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Cawburn Oil Co.

Constitution Co-partnership
Date of Formation 20th October, 1863
Date of Dissolution unclear
Office Glasgow?
Oil works Cawburn Shale Oil Works

A minor company formed as successor to the firm of William McLintock & Co., and retaining two of the orginal partners of that firm.

 

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THE Subscriber, WILLIAM M'LINTOCK, has retired from the Business of Manufacturing the Products of Oil Shale, and Working and Disposing of Oil Shale and Coal, carried on by the Subscribers at Glasgow and Drumshoreland, under the Firm of WILLIAM M'LINTOCK & CO., of which the Subscribers were sole Partners. The debts due by the Company will be paid by the Subscribers, Messrs Rankin & Low, who are authorised to collect the debts due to the Company, and by whom the Business will be continued under the Firm of The CAWBURN OIL COMPANY.
WILLIAM M'LINTOCK,
ALEXANDER LOW,
JAMES RANKIN.

The Edinburgh Gazette, 23rd October 1863

 

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