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Thomas Frost (of Manchester)

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Turner in wood and metal of Manchester

1778 Advert 'THOMAS FROST, TURNER, At the Upper-End of Market-street-lane, opposite to Fountain-street, MANCHESTER, begs Leave to inform the PUBLIC, THAT he has fixed up a MACHINE for Turning all Sorts of OVAL WORK, which will be done in the neatest Manner. Also makes Bannisters for Stair-cases, carved plain; and all Sorts of Laths are made for Turning. Every Article will be done on the lowest Terms, and all Orders thankfully received, By their humble Servant, THOMAS FROST.' [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester Mercury - Tuesday 15 September 1778