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Walton, Morton and Co

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formerly Waltons, Morton and Co

1842 'TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, all the valuable STOCK IN-TRADE, NEW end SECOND HAND TOOLS, belonging to the Firm of Walton, Morton & Co., Hunslet Lane, consisting of Three Double Power Planing Machines. Wheel Cutting do., Slide, Screw Cutting, Geared and Spindle Lathes, Nut Shaping Machines, Upright Drilling do., Cutter Making do., Fluting Engine and Lathe attached; Slide Rests, Taps, Dies. Rose Bits, Guages, Braces, Wrenches, &c., Boring Bits, Bars and Heads, Maundrlls, Vices and Benches, Drum Models, Turned and Cut Wheels, Cones, Pulleys and Gantries, Castings for Slotting Machine and Geared Lathes, All the Iron and Brass Foundry Utensils, Cranes, Boxes, Ladles, Cupola. Fan, &c., Smiths’ Tools, Bellows. Anvils, &c. &c. All the valuable Wood and Iron Models, Peter Hackling Machines, (New); An opportunity rarely offering now presents itself to any person with moderate Capital embarking in a lucrative Business, or an advantageous Partnership might be entered into. Particulars for Sale. &c., apply to the Trustees, Mr. R. C. Hay, Medical Hall; or, Mr. Butler. Kirkstall Forge Warehouse. The Premises to let.' [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Leeds Mercury, 1 January 1842