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1849 Advert for sale of tools, machinery, new steam engines, stock-in-trade, and implements, 'many of the tools being nearly new by Lewes, of Manchester, and of a very superior character'.<ref>Leeds Mercury, 22 December 1849</ref. 'Lewes' = [[Francis Lewis and Sons]].
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1849 Advert for sale of tools, machinery, new steam engines, stock-in-trade, and implements, 'many of the tools being nearly new by Lewes, of Manchester, and of a very superior character'.<ref>Leeds Mercury, 22 December 1849</ref>. 'Lewes' = [[Francis Lewis and Sons]].
  
 
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Cyclops Foundry, Alfred Street, Hull.

1849 Advert for sale of tools, machinery, new steam engines, stock-in-trade, and implements, 'many of the tools being nearly new by Lewes, of Manchester, and of a very superior character'.[1]. 'Lewes' = Francis Lewis and Sons.

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  1. Leeds Mercury, 22 December 1849