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Millers notebooks

Copy of 'Adcock's Engineers' Pocket-Book' for 1840, with chapters on windmills and watermills.
Notebook giving lists of expenses, 1853-1862
Notebook listing sales of butter and eggs, 1859-1871.
Notebook of L G Moore, Gelligroes Mills, Pontllanfraith, 1934-1956.
Three feed miller's notebooks, 1935, 1936-7 and 1939.
Two carpenter's notebooks, 1944 and 1946.

Wheel Channel, Glen Ennison Mill, Montgomeryshire

The fortieth item is the third photograph featuring a mill described simply as "Glen Ennison" Mill in the county of Montgomeryshire. However, we are given no more information regarding its specific location. The photograph provides an interesting image of the wheel channel of the watermill. The photograph is dated to the year 1954.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

"Flour Mills and Insurance" (continued)

Cutting from 'The Finance Chronicle and Insurance Circular', discussing the layout, machinery and processes of roller mills and their associated fire risks. This article is a continuation of DUFF-SBK-001 and DUFF-SBK-002.

The Finance Chronicle and Insurance Circular

Nant - Y - Coy Mill

The eighty third image is a photograph of Nant - Y - Coy Mill just outside the small village of Treffgarne in Pembrokeshire. The photographic print is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Various articles and adverts

The first cutting is a continuation of DUFF-SBK-034, describing the cyclo-pneumatic system used at the Snowdon Flake Flour Mills. The next cutting is a picture of Audley Corn Mills, Blackburn. Kimmins Mill in Chatham is discussed in the next cutting. On the reverse of this article is a series of adverts for various roller mills and machinery. The final cutting is an article on Messrs T Hallinan & Sons mills at Fermoy and Middleton, Co Cork.


"Flour Milling in the North of Wales"

Article from Milling examining the cyclo-pneumatic system employed by the roller mill, Snowden Flake Flour Mills and its owners Messrs Thomas Lewis and Co. Also mentioned is the previous mill Thomas Lewis worked at in Anglesey, before Snowden. This article is continued in DUFF-SBK-035.


The Insurance News 1886

The first cutting is an article in The Insurance News showing correspondence to the editor regarding corn mill fires, detailing the costs of damages and the most common times and causes for fires. The second cutting details the success of the burial fund business Prudential Assurance Company Limited.

The Insurance News

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