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Thomson, Stamp and Co

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1881 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership formerly subsisting between the undersigned, William Sparks Thomson and Edward Blanshard Stamp, under the style of the Crown Perfumery Company and Thomson, Stamp, and Co., at No. 97, Cheapside, in the city of London, at the Fairfield Works, Bow, and at No. 177, New Bond-street, in the county of Middlesex, and lately, namely, up to the 1st day of February, 1881, at the New Fairfield Works, Old Bailey, in the city of London, and No. 177, New Bond-street, as Perfumers, was dissolved on the said 1st day of February, 1881. The business will, as from the said 1st day of February, 1881, be carried on as usual under the style of the Crown Perfumery Company at the New Fairfield Works, Old Bailey, and No. 177, New Bond-street, by Mr. W. S. Thomson alone...'[1]

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