Statement of accounts between Messrs Trevithick and Co and Samuel Homfray

Made:
1803-1807
part of archive:
Collection of letters and accounts relating to Richard Trevithick's patent on a portable high pressure steam engine
maker:
Trevithick, Richard

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A statement of accounts detailing the patent premiums received and the amounts spent promoting high pressure steam engines. It also gives some detail on the changes in ownership of the patent, including Andrew Vivan's sale of his share to Robert Bill, and its overall ownership as of 1807.

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Extent:
210
335
Identifier:
MS/1944/04
Access:
Open Access