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Overton and Smith

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of Scott Street, Hull

Succeeded by Overton and Wilson?

1812 Advert: 'FOUNDRY & STEAM ENGINE MANUFACTORY, SCOTT-STREET, Hull.
OVERTON and SMITH, late Engineers to Fenton, Murray and Co, Leeds, take this opportunity to inform the Public, that they have entered to the above Premises, where, they carry on the IRON FOUNDRY BUSINESS in all its various Branches ; also make PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, on the very best principles least liable to get out of Order, and most permanently constructed, with every recent improvement.
O. and S. solicit Gentlemen, Manufacturers, and Others, for the favour of Orders, in full confidence of their abilities to execute them in the first stile of Workmanship and on moderate terms.' [1]


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Sources of Information

  1. Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette, 4 July 1812