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Kirkliston Oil Co.

Constitution Copartnership
Date of Formation c. 1870
Date of Dissolution 1872
Office not known
Office Dalmeny Oil Works

A firm established to develop oil works at Dalmeny, subsequently taken forward by the Dalmeny Oil Co. Ltd.

Robert Thomas Pattison was also a partner in the Dundas Shale Oil Co., and had previously been a partner in a firm of calico printers that were sequested in 1847.)

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TO THE CREDITORS ON The Sequestrated Estates of The KIRKLISTON OIL COMPANY, as a Company, and of Robert Thompson Pattison, Oil Manufacturer, residing at South Queensferry, and Alexander Hope Pattison, Oil Manufacturer, sometime residing at South Queensferry, now in Manchester, the Individual Partners thereof, and as Individuals. By virtue of an Order of the Lord Ordinary officiating on the Bills, Robert Thompson Pattison and Alexander Hope Pattison, above designed, hereby intimate that they have presented a Petition to the Lord Ordinary officiating on the Bills, to be finally discharged of all debts and obligations contracted by them, or either of them, or for which they or either of them, as Partners of the said Kirkliston Oil Company, and as Individuals, were liable at the date of the Sequestration of their Estates, and of the Estates of the said Kirkliston Oil Company, in terms of the Statutes.

The Edinburgh Gazette, 23rd February 1872

 

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