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1853 'THE ECONOMY OF WATER-POWER - MESSRS. M'ADAM'S TURBINE. <br>
 
1853 'THE ECONOMY OF WATER-POWER - MESSRS. M'ADAM'S TURBINE. <br>
 
A Paper under this title in the ''Practical Mechanics' Journal'' of this month (April) details some extraordinary results which have just been obtained from a turbine erected at the works of Messrs. Richardson, Sons, & Owden, of Bessbrook, Newry, from the designs of, and made by [[MacAdam, Brothers and Co|Messrs. M'Adam]], of the Soho Foundry, Belfast. The works at Bessbrook are driven by the combined power of two steam-engines and the turbine in question; and a set of experiments have recently been made under the direction of Mr. Dempster [Robert Dempster], the manager ......'<br> Belfast News-Letter, 13 April 1853 </br>
 
A Paper under this title in the ''Practical Mechanics' Journal'' of this month (April) details some extraordinary results which have just been obtained from a turbine erected at the works of Messrs. Richardson, Sons, & Owden, of Bessbrook, Newry, from the designs of, and made by [[MacAdam, Brothers and Co|Messrs. M'Adam]], of the Soho Foundry, Belfast. The works at Bessbrook are driven by the combined power of two steam-engines and the turbine in question; and a set of experiments have recently been made under the direction of Mr. Dempster [Robert Dempster], the manager ......'<br> Belfast News-Letter, 13 April 1853 </br>
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1876  Dissolution of the Partnership between James    Nicholson  Richardson, Joseph  Richardson,  Robert  Thompson,  Thomas  Greer,  and John  Scambler Owden,  as  Linen  Manufacturers,  Bleachers, and  Merchants, under  the  style  of  J.  N.  Richardson,  Sons, and  Owden. The  business is being continued  by J.  N.  Nicholson, Sons, and  Owden  Limited,  to  whom  it  has  been  transferred,  as  of the 1st  day  of  March,  1876.<ref>London Gazette 13 Feb 1877</ref>
  
 
1876 The company was registered on 28 March, to take over the business of linen manufacturers of the firm of the same name. <ref>The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908</ref>
 
1876 The company was registered on 28 March, to take over the business of linen manufacturers of the firm of the same name. <ref>The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908</ref>
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== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

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1853 'THE ECONOMY OF WATER-POWER - MESSRS. M'ADAM'S TURBINE.
A Paper under this title in the Practical Mechanics' Journal of this month (April) details some extraordinary results which have just been obtained from a turbine erected at the works of Messrs. Richardson, Sons, & Owden, of Bessbrook, Newry, from the designs of, and made by Messrs. M'Adam, of the Soho Foundry, Belfast. The works at Bessbrook are driven by the combined power of two steam-engines and the turbine in question; and a set of experiments have recently been made under the direction of Mr. Dempster [Robert Dempster], the manager ......'
Belfast News-Letter, 13 April 1853

1876 Dissolution of the Partnership between James Nicholson Richardson, Joseph Richardson, Robert Thompson, Thomas Greer, and John Scambler Owden, as Linen Manufacturers, Bleachers, and Merchants, under the style of J. N. Richardson, Sons, and Owden. The business is being continued by J. N. Nicholson, Sons, and Owden Limited, to whom it has been transferred, as of the 1st day of March, 1876.[1]

1876 The company was registered on 28 March, to take over the business of linen manufacturers of the firm of the same name. [2]


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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 13 Feb 1877
  2. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908