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Boulton

Matthew. 1728--1809, British engineer and manufacturer, who financed Watt's steam engine and applied it to various industrial purposes
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Rare Derbyshire Blue John pieces, including an 18th century ormolumounted urn linked to city industrialist Matthew Boulton, are to be sold by Fellows Auctioneers in the Jewellery Quarter next month.
STUDENTS at Birmingham Metropolitan College's city centre college, Matthew Boulton, celebrated culture and faith through the exploration of music, words, clothes, art and food at an event designed to enrich understanding and promote tolerance amongst Birmingham's diverse communities.
The urn is on display at Soho House, one of Birmingham Museums Trust's nine venues, where visitors can discover more about Matthew Boulton, the Lunar Society, and the many magnificent objects made at Soho.
Contract notice: Matthew Boulton New Development, Matthew Boulton Campus, Birmingham Metropolitan College.
Part of the publisher's series, "Science, Technology, and Culture, 1700-1945," this volume presents 16 contributed chapters on the life and activities of Matthew Boulton (1728-1829), who was the business partner of Scottish engineer James Watt.
Steam engine inventor Watt will appear alongside his 18th century business partner Matthew Boulton.
Entrepreneur Matthew Boulton and engineer James Watt - whose 18th century business partnership led to developments in the steam engine which helped drive the industrial revolution - will both appear on the note, the first time two portraits have appeared together.
The four - Isle of Wight, West Cumbria in Workington, Ealing and Matthew Boulton in Birmingham - were all told they must improve.
The college, which is one of the city's largest and was formed by the merger of Matthew Boulton and Sutton College, has informed staff their jobs are at risk with a need to reduce costs "significantly".
BIRMINGHAM'S past and present as a world leader in design and engineering has been celebrated in a service dedicating a memorial to industrial revolution pioneer Matthew Boulton at Westminster Abbey.
Provision of CDM Coordinator services in connection with the Matthew Boulton New Development comprising the demolition of existing building and the design and construction of approximately 22,000 mA of new Further Education accommodation and associated external works.
Entrepreneur Matthew Boulton and engineer James Watt will both appear on the note, the first time two portraits have appeared together.