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Burnard and Alger

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of Cattedown, Plymouth

  • 1890 The company was registered on 19 September, to take over the business of chemical manufacturers previously carried on under the style of Burnard, Lack and Alger, and also the business of wharfingers and warehousemen carried on under the style of Burnard and Alger. [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908