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of Charles Street Mill, Brook Street, Manchester

1854 Advert: 'TO GAS-FITTERS, ENGINEERS, AND MACHINISTS.— All kinds of fittings for gas, water, and steam pipes, warranted to carry 1,000 lbs pressure to the square inch; nuts, screw keys, cranks, joints, presses, weft forks, and every variety of annealed castings to pattern, manufactured by H. M. OMMANNEY, Steel Metal Works, Charles-street Mill, Brook-street.'[1]


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  1. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 22 April 1854