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of 60 Nicholas Street, Bristol
 
of 60 Nicholas Street, Bristol
  
1871 Partnership dissolved, by mutual consent, between Robert Orr and Joseph Birtwell, iron merchants and founders, under the style of [[Orr and Birtwell]], 84 Hatton Garden and 4 Victoria Square, Cotham, Bristol.<ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/23738/page/2448/data.pdf] London Gazette, 19 May 1871</ref>
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1871 Partnership dissolved, by mutual consent, between [[Robert Orr]] and [[Joseph Birtwell]], iron merchants and founders, under the style of [[Orr and Birtwell]], 84 Hatton Garden and 4 Victoria Square, Cotham, Bristol.<ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/23738/page/2448/data.pdf] London Gazette, 19 May 1871</ref>
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

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Iron railings in Clifton Village, Bristol

of 60 Nicholas Street, Bristol

1871 Partnership dissolved, by mutual consent, between Robert Orr and Joseph Birtwell, iron merchants and founders, under the style of Orr and Birtwell, 84 Hatton Garden and 4 Victoria Square, Cotham, Bristol.[1]

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  1. [1] London Gazette, 19 May 1871