Thomas Staight, London

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THE LONDON GAZETTE, OCTOBER 12, 1877
"TAKE notice, that the Partnership heretofore existing
JL between us the undersigned, Daniel George Staight
and Stephen Staight, carrying on business at No. 35,
Charles street, Hatton Garden, in the county of Middlesex,
under the style of Staight Brothers, as Ivory Cutters and
Ivory Pianoforte Key Manufacturers, is dissolved, as from,
the 24th day of June last, by mutual consent; and take
further notice, that the said business will be carried on by
the said Stephen Staight and his sons Stephen Neville
Staight and James Caractacus Staight, under the style of
Stephen Staight and Sons.
Dated this 25th day of August,
1877. Daniel George Staight, Stephen Staigh"

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