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Biddulph, Wood and Jevins

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Presumably misprint in the name of Biddulph, Wood and Jevons

1882 Trading suspended. '...A circular was issued on Saturday announcing the suspension of Messrs. Biddulph, Wood, and Jevins, iron and tin-plate merchants, and ironmasters, of Liverpool, also trading as Messrs. Townsend, Wood, and Co., Swansea and Briton Ferry. The liabilities are stated to be about £350,000....'[1]

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  1. Bristol Mercury - Monday 04 December 1882