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formerly Barnard and Boulton
1865 Advertisement. Moves his business to Rose Lane Foundry, formerly the premises of James Watts and Co. 'ROSE LANE FOUNDRY AND IRON WORKS, NORWICH. W. S. BOULTON BEGS to announce the REMOVAL of his Works to the above commodious Premises, where, with New and Improved Machinery, he is prepared to execute Orders for every description Work in WROUGHT AND CAST IRON, INCLUDING STRAINED WIRE FENCING. WATER CARTS AND BARROWS. FIELD, CARRIAGE, AND ENTRANCE GATES, GARDEN SEATS AND CHAIRS. IRON CATTLE HURDLES. GARDEN ROLLS. CONTINUOUS IRON FENCING. IRON BEDSTEADS. TOMB RAILINGS AND PALISADING. KITCHEN RANGES, &c. AGENT FOR GREEN'S PATENT LAWN MOWERS. These Machines have proved the Best and carried off every Prize that has been given in all cases competition. WIRE RABBIT, SHEEP, AND AVIARY NETTING. GREEN HOUSES, CONSERVATORIES, AND FORCING-PITS ERECTED COMPLETE. Either in Wood or Iron, and heated with Hot Water. Churches, &c., warmed with Hot Air or Water. Catalogues, Plans, and Estimates on application. ORDERS ADDRESSED TO W. S. BOULTON, ROSE LANE IRON WORKS, OR TO HIS FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, LONDON & CASTLE STREETS, NORWICH, WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.'
Became Boulton and Paul.