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Birth:Feb 15 1816
Death:Dec 20 1904
Name:Isaac Lowthian Bell
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Text:"... interest your report of Mr. IsaacLowthianBell's, T. C.S., remarks on Sir Francis Knowles' paper, which had been read before the Society of Arts about a fortnight ago. In that report you make Mr. Bell..."
Date:Dec 20 1873
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... John Fowler, in a valley utterly devoid of wood or anything which betokened habitation even within historic times. The Late Secretary. Mr. IsaacLowthianBell, M.P., moved the adoption of five..."
Date:Sep 29 1877
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... iron and mineral interests would have been measurably less, as would likewise have been their success in working in a raw state their famous block coal. Mr. IsaacLowthianBell, on his visit..."
Date:Feb 26 1876
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... with a few remarks. Mr. IsaacLowthianBell wished to point out, with regard to the few remarks that fell from the President in respect of the consumption of goke for pig-iron, that his remarks required..."
Date:Sep 3 1880
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Wilson, Catherine Bell, IsaacLowthianBell, Thoma.s Bell, and John Bell, of'Vl'alker, Northumberland, iron manufacturers (so far as regard I. L. Bell) —John Corner and Robert Waite Champion, of Paul..."
Date:Mar 8 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., Yorkshire, millers—Edward Samuel Haycosk and James Com, of Birmingham, mathematical instrument makers—V/iliiam Losh, Thomas Wilson, Catherine Bell, IsaacLowthianBell, Thomas Bell, and John Bell, of Walker..."
Date:Mar 8 1851
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... for making Cleveland iron available for conversion into steel rails. Mr. IsaacLowthianBell, M.P., has for some time been engaged in experimental researches having this object in view, and having full..."
Date:May 6 1876
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... appreciatiou ol th« sarvioes of Ux. IsaacLowthianBell, who aucoeasfitlly contested the teat iu 1876, aud waa member uutil the dissolution, being defeated last week owing to a apUt in th. Liberal i»ukl 'X..."
Date:Apr 9 1880
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... IsaacLowthianBell, who now offers himself in the Liberal interest, was an unsuccessful candidate for North Durham in 1868, was returned at the head of the poll in 1874,; but upon the election being..."
Date:July 24 1875
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... had himself known an instance of a specification for (vrought iron to withstand 24 tons per square inch, and eventually the engineer consented to take 22 tons per square inch. Mr. IsaacLowthianBell..."
Date:Oct 14 1881
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the presidency of Mr. IsaacLowthianBell, MiP' Among the guests were a number of the leading employers in the iron and engineering tradesv In proposing the toast of the evening, " Prosperity to the Association..."
Date:Dec 4 1875
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., of Middlesborough-on that of Mr. Winn, Mr. Dawes, while Mr. IsaacLowthianBell officiated as umpire. The decision of the arbitrators was against Mr. Winn, damages exceeding eight thousand pounds being awarded..."
Date:Dec 8 1877
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Smith, occupied the chair. Mr. IsaacLowthianBell stated that a deputation from the council attended the funeral of the late Lord Frederick Cavendish on the previous day, and he had every reason..."
Date:May 19 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... IsaacLowthianBell, whose well-earned reputation as a scientific and practical ironmaster was world-wide ; and Mr. Stead, an analytical chemist of Middlesborough. He wished to draw attention to three..."
Date:June 2 1877
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... in the manufacture of carpets, looped pile fabrics, and velvets. ' And IsaacLowthianBell, of the Washington Chemical Works, Newéastle-upon-Tyne, has given the like notice in respect 6f the invention of ^improvements..."
Date:Oct 6 1853
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., the formal proceedings of the Congress commenced on Monday afternoon, at the Uni versity Hall, with an address in French, by Mr. IsaacLowthianBell, President. After observing that Art and Science recognised..."
Date:Aug 23 1873
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of distinguished presidents, beginning with George Stephenson, the father of railways, aud ending with Mr. IsaacLowthianBell (cheers), and he felt it a high honour to come even at the tail end of such a list..."
Date:Feb 6 1885
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... as to their families. But Mr. IsaacLowTHiANBell is a "Successful Man" in a much more comprehensive and appresiable sense. For not only has success in life built up for him, as he has well deserved that it should do..."
Date:Jan 1 1878
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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