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1876 'The Crommelin Iron Ore Company are actively engaged in constructing a tramway to connect their extensive and valuable mining system with the company's line near Caron Station, which, when completed, must produce a considerable accession of mineral traffic to the company.'<ref>Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Friday 11 August 1876</ref>
 
1876 'The Crommelin Iron Ore Company are actively engaged in constructing a tramway to connect their extensive and valuable mining system with the company's line near Caron Station, which, when completed, must produce a considerable accession of mineral traffic to the company.'<ref>Ulster Examiner and Northern Star - Friday 11 August 1876</ref>
  
1879 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership between the undersigned, [[William Crossley (of Furness)|William Crossley]] and George Bargate, in the trade or business of Iron Miners, Iron Masters, and Iron Merchants, at Belfast, and Barrow-in-Furness and elsewhere, under the firm of the [[Crommelin Iron Ore Co]]mpany, was this day dissolved by mutual consent; and in future the business will be carried on by the said William Crossley...'<ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/24670/page/304 The London Gazette Publication date:21 January 1879 Issue:24670 Page:304]</ref>
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1879 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership between the undersigned, [[William Crossley|William Crossley]] and George Bargate, in the trade or business of Iron Miners, Iron Masters, and Iron Merchants, at Belfast, and Barrow-in-Furness and elsewhere, under the firm of the [[Crommelin Iron Ore Co]]mpany, was this day dissolved by mutual consent; and in future the business will be carried on by the said William Crossley...'<ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/24670/page/304 The London Gazette Publication date:21 January 1879 Issue:24670 Page:304]</ref>
  
 
1880 Bankrupt. '...Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by William Crossley, of Greenscoe House, Dalton-in-Furness, in the county of Lancaster, Iron Master and
 
1880 Bankrupt. '...Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by William Crossley, of Greenscoe House, Dalton-in-Furness, in the county of Lancaster, Iron Master and

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of Corporation-street, Belfast and at Newton Crommelin, Antrim

1876 'The Crommelin Iron Ore Company are actively engaged in constructing a tramway to connect their extensive and valuable mining system with the company's line near Caron Station, which, when completed, must produce a considerable accession of mineral traffic to the company.'[1]

1879 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership between the undersigned, William Crossley and George Bargate, in the trade or business of Iron Miners, Iron Masters, and Iron Merchants, at Belfast, and Barrow-in-Furness and elsewhere, under the firm of the Crommelin Iron Ore Company, was this day dissolved by mutual consent; and in future the business will be carried on by the said William Crossley...'[2]

1880 Bankrupt. '...Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by William Crossley, of Greenscoe House, Dalton-in-Furness, in the county of Lancaster, Iron Master and Mine Owner, trading as the Crommelin Iron Ore Company, at Corporation-street, Belfast, in the county of Antrim, in Ireland, and also at Newton Crommelin, in the same county of Antrim...'[3]

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