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1866 Demonstrated a water wheel built with [[Baldwin Latham]]
 
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1870 Patent application by [[Robert  Campbell (2)|Robert  Campbell]],  of  Buscot  Park,  in  the county  of  Gloucester,  Gentleman,  and  [[Charles James  Appleby]],    of  Emerson-street,    in  the borough  of  Southwark,  Engineer,  for  the  invention  of "improvements in treating  beet and other  roots  and  vegetable  bodies,  in  order  to extract  saccharine and other  matters  therefrom,and  in  machinery  or  apparatus  for  effecting  the same." Partly  a  communication to  them  from abroad  by Jules Leplay,  of  Paris,  France,  and partly the  result  of  invention made  by  themselves<ref>London Gazette 13 Jan 1871</ref>
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1871 Obtained a 2' 8" gauge railway locomotive from [[Appleby Brothers]] for Buscot Park Estate <ref>Engineering 20th January 1871, p.43</ref>
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Latest revision as of 15:51, 9 July 2020

of Buscot Park, Berkshire (or Gloucestershire)

1866 Demonstrated a water wheel built with Baldwin Latham

1870 Patent application by Robert Campbell, of Buscot Park, in the county of Gloucester, Gentleman, and Charles James Appleby, of Emerson-street, in the borough of Southwark, Engineer, for the invention of "improvements in treating beet and other roots and vegetable bodies, in order to extract saccharine and other matters therefrom,and in machinery or apparatus for effecting the same." Partly a communication to them from abroad by Jules Leplay, of Paris, France, and partly the result of invention made by themselves[1]

1871 Obtained a 2' 8" gauge railway locomotive from Appleby Brothers for Buscot Park Estate [2]


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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 13 Jan 1871
  2. Engineering 20th January 1871, p.43