This snippet from Exeter & Plymouth Gazette, 30 October 1841.
Column devoted to the Agricultural and Industrial Association Dinner at Subscription Room, Canniford's London Tavern:
"To the Journeyman who has worked longest in the employ of the same master, £1. - Samuel Murch, Sen., 38 years employed in the Ottery Factory, 18 years during the time of the present respected proprietor, Mr. Newbery."
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