Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Leeds, England” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37.: as far advanced as those of the laboratory when arrested by the end of the war. Col. Burton went abroad to contract for the necessary machinery, chiefly with the firm of Greenwood & Batley, at Leeds, England , and a good deal of work had been done towards filling the large contracts. The work of preparing ordnance supplies for the immediate demands of the armies in the field had to be scattered at a num...
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