Manufacturer Notes: H. B. Sleeman

London Directories

1902 Sleeman Henry Bedford, merchant, 84 Leadenhall street E C-- T. A. "Sleeman"; T N 3037 Avenue

Sussex Directory

1909 Sleeman Henry Bedford, Avoca, Buckhurst road

1911 Sleeman Henry Bedford, Avoca, Buckhurst road
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Census of England 1871

176 Leicester Villa
     Henry B. Sleeman Head Married -- East India Merchant Ireland

Census of England 1881

32 Victoria Rd
     Henry Sleeman Head -- Married East India Merchant Ireland

Census of England And Wales 1911

    Henry Bedford Sleeman Head 77 Married Retired Merchant Limerick Ireland
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Sleeman Henry Bedford

NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership (if any) heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, Thomas Frank Lynch, Henry Bedford Sleeman, and James Walker Robertson, carrying on business at No. 171A, Aldersgate-street, in the city of London, as H. B. Sleeman and Co., Commission Agents, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent.—Dated this llth day of January, 1878.

Thos. F. Lynch.
H. B. Sleeman.
J. W. Robertson.

London Gazette (London, England) January 18, 1878
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H. B. SLEEMAN & Co. 

37, LIME STREET, LONDON, 

exporters of 
Drugs, Chemicals, Surgical Instruments 
AND Appliances, and Druggists' Sundries. 

Tinctures, Spirituous Preparations, and 
Medicinal Extracts Shipped m Bond. 

FRENCH SPECIALTIES, 

MEDICAL AND STXBOICAL, 

And all the New American Remedies, 

At Manufacturers' Prices. 

ELECTRICAL AND DYNAMO-ELECTRIC MACHINES, 

PHOTOGRAPHIC APPARATUS, 

AND PHILOSOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Messrs. H. B. S. & Co. are also prepared, 
to supply every description of Goods and 
Merchandise at Lowest Market Rates, and 
on favourable terms. 

Produce taken charge of, and Advances made. 

Price Current containing fullest infor- 
mation forwarded on application. 

BUYING FOR FOREIGN HOUSES UNDERTAKEN.

Christy, Thomas; New Commercial Plants and Drugs, Issue 6 (London, Christy & Co., 1882)
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ORDERS MADE ON APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
In London.

Sleeman, Henry Bedford (trading as H. B. Sleeman and Co.), Lime-street, London, and Birmingham, India and general merchants--discharge suspended for six months.

London Times (London, England) December 2, 1885
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NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS

Sleeman, Henry Bedford (trading as H. B. Sleeman and Co.), Lime-street, London, and Birmingham, India and general merchants--second div. of 3d., Nov. 1, 1, Walbrook, London.

London Times (London, England) October 23, 1886
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Pond, Mr. H. J., 63, Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand (Yearbook and Letters care of Messrs. H. B. Sleeman & Co., 37, Lime Street, E. C.).

Year Book of Pharmacy 1887 (London, J. & A. Churchill, 1887)
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17,066 Tooth pastes, cold cream, lip-salve, shaving-paste and shaving soap. Henry Bedford Sleeman, Addiscombs, County of Surrey, England. Application filed August 15th, 1889. Used since December 19th, 1888. "The representation of a flower of honey-suckle."

The Druggist circular And Chemical Gazette (New York, William O. Allison, 1889)
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Trade Marks

17,043 September 17, 1889. Stomach Tubes, etc. Henry Bedford Sleeman, London, England

Bartlett, Wallace A.; Digest of Trade-Marks (Registered In The United States) For Machines, Metals, Jewelry, And The Hardware And Allied Trades (Washington, Gibson Brothers, 1893)
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London, England

H. B. Sleeman

Bower, George B.; Proceedings of the National Wholesale Druggists Association In Convention at the Arlington Hotel, Washington, D. C. Sept. 29, 30, Oct. 1, 2, 3, 1890 (Minneapolis, The Swinburne Printing Company, 1891)
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      H. B. SLEEMAN
            Agent
            AND
    Druggists' Supplier,
    Executes orders promptly and cheaply
            FOR
 Drugs,
      Patent Medicines
          Proprietary Goods
Surgical Instruments
     And Appliances,
Druggists Sundries,
    Sponges,
        Chamois Skins,
              Tooth Brushes
      __________

Personal Attention Prompt Shipment.
              No Old Stock.
No Travellers employed. No Agents.
            84 Leadenhall St.
               LONDON, Eng.
Warehouse--75 LEADENHALL STREET

American Druggist (New York, New York) June 1, 1892
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Bristed, John (Journals); c/o Messrs Kemp and Co., Bombay, India; and (subs.) H. B. Sleeman, 84 Leadenhall Street, E. C., Manager.

Journal for the Society of Chemical Industry. Vol. XVI.-1897 (London, Eyre & Spottswood, 1897)
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OPENING FOR AMERICAN
TRADE. 

Elsewhere In this issue of The Era appears an advertisement of Messrs. H. B. Sleeman & Co., of London, a Arm established so far back as 1866 and who have devoted themselves to supplying the requirements of wholesale chemists and druggists. This firm has a very large connection in the East, South Africa and Australian Colonies and is prepared to undertake the representation of American houses having products suitable for the drug trade in those countries and to energetically bring them to the notice of Eastern and Colonial buyers. Messrs. sleeman represent some of the best-known houses in the East, and enjoy an extensive acquaintance and an honorable reputation among the wholesale houses In this country. They will satisfy Arms disposed to open correspondence with them as to their financial standing and their ability to honorably fulfill any engagements they may undertake.

The Pharmaceutical Era (New York, New York) April 13, 1905
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1910

NOTICE Is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Henry Bedford Sleeman, David Shaul, and Arthur William Blackstone, carrying on business as Export Merchants, at India House, Leadenhall-street. London, E.C., under the style or firm of " H. B. SLEEMAN AND CO., has been dissolved by mutual consent as from the 30th day of April, 1910, so far as regards the said Henry Bedford Sleeman. All debts due and owing to or by the said late firm will be received or paid by the said David Shaul and Arthur William Blackstone, who will continue to carry on such business under the same style or firm.—As witness oar hands this 30th day of April, 1910.

H. B. SLEEMAN.
D. SHAUL.
A. W. BLACKSTONE.

London Gazette (London, England) May 6, 1910
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SLEEMAN Henry Bedford of Avoca Burkhurst-road Bexhill
      Sussex died 18 November 1912 Administration (with Will)
      Lewes 2 January to Goeffrey Paget on of the joint
      secretaries of the London County and Westminster bank
      limited the syndic of the said bank.
      Effects L11338 6s. 10d.

1913 England & Wales National Probate Calendar
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H. B. Sleeman & Co. Limited.

The London Gazette (London, England) January 3, 1939
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