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Telegraphic Address: " Bagnall, Wednesbury." Bankers: London City and Midland Bank, Ltd.
S., & SONS, Ltd., Engineers, Forgemasters, Chain, Cable, and Anchor Manufacturers, South Hylton Forge and Engineering Works, near Sunderland, and The Winlaton Iron Works, Blaydon-on-Tyne.
Specialities: Dried Fruits, Rice, Spices and Colonial Produce.
Premises: Saleroom at Eastcheap and extensive Warehouses in Featherstone Street, Finsbury, E. Agencies: Represented by travellers in United Kingdom. Telegraphic Address: " Badcock, Eastcheap, London." BADDELEY, JOHN, Velveteen Merchant, 18, Tariff Street, Manchester.
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Patents: " Bagnall " and " Fairbairn " Rudder Coupling, " Armstrong " All-iron Anchor.
Specialities: Stern and Rudder Frames up to fifteen tons weight; Chain, Cables and Anchors and Accessories.
Joined by John Bagnall, Thomas Bagnall, Samuel Bagnall . Government (Admiralty, War Office), also to Foreign Governments. BACKHOUSE, H., & COMPANY, LIMITED, Chocolate Manufacturers, Clementhorpe, York. Telegraphic Address: " Babcock, London." Codes: A B C (4th Edition), Al, Lieber's, Engineering Telegraph (2nd Edition). Specialities: Good class Velveteens for Dresses and Mantles, both Plain and Corded; " Silkoid," a newly-invented Pile Fabric, practically indistinguishable in appearance from the best Silk Velvet. Telegraphic Address: " Velluto," Manchester, London, Glasgow. BADGER (JOHN), COOKSON & CO., Ltd., Brassfounders, &c., Guardian Works, Gt.