1 edition of New England Merchantile Union business directory for, 1849 found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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This is produced by a catch, acting on a half cylindrical inclines plane, placed on one side of the chisel step as the chisel is raised from the work at the end of the mortice.
in 1893, as described below. Carriage and Wagon Makers Machinery and Tools by Kenneth L. The New England Mercantile Union was established in 1848 by a union of all the mercantile firms, manufacturing establishments and professional men, for the purpose of securing to all, better facilities for business correspondence, and the giving and receiving of consignments.
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He worked circa 1825-1832 as a silver- and pewtersmith in Oxford CT• At the time of the 1861 dissolution, the Worcester works were 1849 by its director,who continued to operate them under his own name, and under the J.
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This subsequently formed part of the plant of the present extensive iron works at that place.
Apprenticed in 1833-1841 to in Hartford CT After his term, he worked another 4 years as journeyman in Roger's shop.
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