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SOHO MANUFACTORY
ADAM BOULTON
DEVELOPED
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT
WATT
JAMES WATT
BOULTON
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Definitions

  1. Boulton was a key member of the Lunar Society, a group of Birmingham-area men prominent in the arts, sciences, and theology.
  2. Boulton was tried by a tribunal headed by Ambroise-Dydime Lépine and sentenced to death for his interference with the provisional government. (Web site)
  3. Boulton was unanimously appointed the delegate for Birmingham, and he proceeded to London furnished with a bundle of petitions from his neighbourhood. (Web site)
  4. Eric Boulton (born August 17, 1976) is a Canadian professional hockey leftwinger.

Soho Manufactory

  1. Boulton undeterred, went on to found the Soho manufactory in Handsworth making sterling silver jewelry, buckles, buttons, toys, plates and silverware. (Web site)

Adam Boulton

  1. Boulton regularly presents Sunday Live with Adam Boulton from 10am to 12pm Sunday mornings on the channel.

Developed

  1. Boulton acquired the lease of the five year old Soho Mill in 1761 and developed it into Soho Manufactory.

Provisional Government

  1. Boulton was tried by a tribunal headed by Ambroise-Dydime Lépine and sentenced to death for his interference with the provisional government. (Web site)

Watt

  1. William Murdock, who worked for Boulton and Watt at Soho, Handsworth, developed gas lighting.

James Watt

  1. In 1780 he removed to Birmingham, having there for associates such scientists as James Watt, Boulton, and Erasmus Darwin.

Boulton

  1. However, they suffered a setback on February 17, when 48 men, including Boulton and Thomas Scott, were apprehended near Fort Garry.
  2. But perhaps the most distinguished of these provincial societies was that at Birmingham, of which Boulton and Watt were among the most prominent members. (Web site)
  3. In 1803 a pressure regulator was combined with a float regulator by Boulton and Watt for use in their steam engines.

Categories

  1. Thomas Scott
  2. Fort Garry
  3. Technology > Engineering > Engineers > James Watt
  4. Information > Structure > Types > Steam Engines
  5. Setback
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