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Inglis, Hossack and Co

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1885 An engineering and boiler making works was established by Gardiner Inglis and others in Cairnhill Road, Airdrie.

1894 Dissolution of the firm of Inglis, Hossack, and Company, Engineers and Boiler Makers, Albert Engineering Works, Airdrie, as at 2nd June, 1894, by the retirement therefrom of the subscriber William Bartlet Hossack.

The business was to be carried on by the remaining Partners for their own behoof, under the firm of Inglis and Company, who would collect the debts due to, and would pay the debts due by, the former firm.

Signed James M'Killop, Gardiner Inglis[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 20 July 1894