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Ride, Coleman and Co

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of Bath Lane, Leicester

1835 Listed as Iron and brass founders [1]

1837 'Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby given, THAT the PARTNERSHIP for some time past subsisting between us, the undersigned Edward Coleman, Samuel, and James Ride, carrying on business as Engineers, Millwrights, and Ironfounders, at the Vauxhall Works, in the borough of Leicester, is DISSOLVED by mutual consent from the date hereof.
All debts due, and owing to and from the said concern, will be received and paid by the undersigned Edward Coleman, by whom the business of an Ironfounder will in future be carried on.
As witness our hands this sixteenth day of August, 1837.
Witness, Wm. Palmer, Solicitor, Leicester.

'RIDE, COLEMAN, and Co. beg to express their united thanks to their numerous Friends, for the liberal support afforded them in the above Partnership, and to state, that in future the Business of IRON and BRASS FOUNDER will carried on by EDWARD COLEMAN, and that the departments of Engineer, Millwright and Boiler Maker, will be earned on by SAMUEL and JAMES RIDE, jointly. A continuation of the favours of their friends in each of their separate branches will be gratefully esteemed. Leicester, August 10, 1837.' [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Pigot & Co's National Commercial Directory, 1835
  2. Leicestershire Mercury - Saturday 26 August 1837