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H. R. Marsden

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Stone crusher.
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1871. Stone breaking machine at the Wolverhampton Show.
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1876. Sault's Syphon Condenser.
1877. Improved stone breaking machine.
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1881. Stone Breaker with Automatic Screening Apparatus, Exhibited at The 1881 Royal Agricultural Show.
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1933. Stone Breaker.

H. R. Marsden Stone-breaking and crushing machinery of Soho Foundry, Meadow Lane, Leeds.

Stone breaking machinery.

1858 Company established by Henry Rowland Marsden

1858 Chalk crushing machine. Exhibit at Thwaite Mill.

1922 Address: Soho Foundry, Leeds. T. A.: "Marsden, Leeds." T. N.: Leeds 26770. Directors: N. Taylor (Managing) L. D. Broadbent, A. H. Hopkinson, W. E. Fan. Manufactures.—Stone breakers and ore crushers screening and elevating plants, manganese steel castings.

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