Pharmacy - the mother of invention? James Crossley Eno (1827-1915)

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    Article credited to The Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. "Eno's fruit salt was spread to the four corners of the globe by sailors and sea-captains . . . James Crossley Eno's is certainly a rags to riches tale: he began selling the preparation in the 1850s as one of many at his pharmacy in Groat Market, Newcastle-upon Tyne. By 1876, sales of his fruit salt had grown to such an extent that he opened a factory at New Cross in London..."
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    Cossar Clipper Ships
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    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Pat Thomson
    Last modified: 4 years, 10 months ago
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