RAILWAY AND INDUSTRIAL HISTORY OF THE SOUTH WEST BLACK COUNTRY

 
 

 

 

 

ARIS's Birmingham Gazette
OR
THE GENERAL CORRESPONDENT


Price Two-Pence] MONDAY, 18th., NOVEMBER, 1745 [ Vol IV. No.210

T H A T the Bufinefs of Anvil Making, with all Sorts of Smiths Tools, Screws for Clothiers, Cranks for Water-Works, and all other large Iron Work, lately carried on by Sarah Hadley and Richard Parker, at Stourbridge in Worcefterfhire, is now continuing, with the fame Workmen, and in the fame Shop, by their Kinfman and late Apprentice,

JOHN BRADLEY, Junior