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examination of the accounts of the Consett Iron Company Ltd, 1864-1914

T. J. Baldwin

examination of the accounts of the Consett Iron Company Ltd, 1864-1914

by T. J. Baldwin

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Published by School of Information Systems, University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementT.J. Baldwin, R.H. Berry, R.A. Church.
SeriesInternal report -- SYS A31-91
ContributionsBerry, R. H., Church, R. A. 1935-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20359822M

An account of the year history of one of Britain's most distinguished iron and steel companies, Consett Iron Co. Although the focus is on one form, this is placed in the context of the economic changes which have taken place within the industry of the nation as a whole.   Consett, County Durham - then and now: The steelworks closed on this day in Thousands found themselves out of work when Consett Steelworks closed after nearly years in September, Share.

By Consett Iron Company had nine pits, producing some 1,, tons of coal annually. The population had reached almost 6,, of which 3, were Irish Catholics, by In there were houses. Mount Pleasant Pit closed Other inhabitants included steel men. Especially H.W. Dickinson's contribution: a highly serious examination of a major topic. Inevitably has much to say that is relevant to biographers and biographees. Includes comment on Dickinson, himself, Samuel Smiles and Rolt, and the failings of the ODNB.. George, F.B. The Consett Iron Company's steam locomotive cranes.

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Examination of the accounts of the Consett Iron Company Ltd, 1864-1914 by T. J. Baldwin Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Consett Iron Company Ltd was an industrial business based in the Consett area of County Durham in the United Kingdom. The company owned coal mines and limestone quarries, and manufactured iron and steel.

It was registered on 4 April as successor to the Derwent & Consett Iron Company Ltd. This in turn was the successor to the Derwent Iron Company, founded in Headquarters: Consett, County Durham.

This thesis describes and analyses the progress and development of ironmaking at Consett between The main body of the thesis is however devoted to the periodand examines the hypothesis that there was a failure examination of the accounts of the Consett Iron Company Ltd entrepreneurial ability in the late Victorian economy.

Chapter I provides the background to the foundation of large scale iron-making at Consett, and also. There is a long history of the use of management accounting information in strategic decision making in British industry, for example, from firms of the first Industrial Revolution (Fleischman & Parker, ), through to the Dowlais Iron Company (Boyns & Edwards, a) and the Consett Iron Company (Boyns & Edwards, ) in the mid-nineteenth Cited by: 8.

This paper utilises previously examined costing material for the Consett Iron Company Ltd in an attempt to throw some light on how business in the mid-Victorian period made key decisions. The appeal to economic historians of utilising nineteenth century company financial reports as a primary historical source in the measurement of corporate performance of that period is often temper Cited by: 8.

Registered – April 4,and owns the Chopwell, Garesfield, Langley Park, Victory, and other collieries in the county of Durham, limestone quarries near Stanhope (acquired in ), and iron and steel works at Consett. Coke-washing and by-product plants are erected at Templetown and Langley Park Colliery and new by-product plant known as the Fell Coke Works commenced operations in January.

Consett Iron Company gained orders from the Admiralty for plate and iron. The New Consett Iron Company Ltd was incorporated in order to acquire the works at Consett, Crookhall, and Bradley, consisting of 18 blast-furnaces, with puddling forges, extensive plate, angle and bar mills, and other adjuncts, produc tons of pig iron.

INSIDE CONSETT IRON COMPANY LTD OLD FILM - Duration: Guss Parkin 9, views. Language: English Location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help. Consett Magazine publishes positive local content about a town which sits high on the edge of the Pennines in North East England, Consett.

Consett Magazine focuses on inspiring, educational, and entertaining Your Story. A classic example of a company growing on the basis of reinvested profits was the Dowlais Iron Company. Allegedly, the largest ironworks in the world in the s, it engaged at least 5, workers and, inreported a profit of £, (Edwards & Baber,pp.

In the year the hot-blast was introduced into the works at Birtley, and in to those at Lemington, where, in the same year, was made 4, tons of iron, the cost of which, taken from the cost-book of the company, was as follows per ton of iron: £ s.

Ironstone 1 18 Flux (chalk) 7 Coal (5 or 6 tons). 0 7 01 Labour, &c 0. Consett iron works. North East of England. M/S sign 'CONSETT IRON WORKS'. Pan across to Consett Foundry. L/S as train pulls in to Consett.

M/S engine pulls in to Consett. Trevor Boyns's 57 research works with citations and 5, reads, including: Accounting and performance monitoring in Tuscany: Larderello, – A good article (GA) is an article that meets a core set of editorial standards but is not featured article quality.

Good articles meet the good article criteria, passing through the good article nomination process successfully. They are well written, contain factually accurate and verifiable information, are broad in coverage, neutral in point of view, stable, and illustrated, where possible.

Consett became one of the world's leading steel producing towns, until the industry went into decline and the iron works closed in with the loss of 3, jobs.

Buy Consett Iron Company - House magazine November Rare by CIC (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : CIC. Impact Factor. Listen. commencement of the successful Derwent and Consett Iron Company. Numbers 3 and 4 were sunk in Number 1 closed in Coal was transported by rail from Consett to South Shields Docks, in addition to the ironworks, by the newly formed Stanhope and Tyne Railway.

Within the court of Henry the VIII there are a few accounts of the town when it is given the name Conside in Latin and in the English translation is now stated as Consett.

The Brief Potted History Consett, the town we know today, has only been in existence since the early s and the foundation of the Consett Iron Company. Location: Medomsley 10 miles [16 km] SW of Newcastle Map Ref: (Sheet 88) NZ, 54° 53' 16" N, 1° 48' 30" W: Maps: map from Reid's Handy Colliery Guide: map from Reid's Handy Colliery Guide: map from the Colliery Engineer magazine, shows the disposition of pits in the Consett Iron Co., Ltd.

group and the railway links between them: map from the Guide to the Coalfields. Inthe Newcastle and Carlisle Railway Company was amalgamated with the North-Eastern, and, in the following year (), the Stockton aad Darlington was absorbed in the same manner.

Lanchester Valley Branch opened in to Derwent Iron Works (commencedre-named Consett Iron .Full text of "Pioneers of the Cleveland iron trade" See other formats.Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain.

This web publication containspages of information andimages on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.