Edmiston and Son
Edmiston and Son were manufacturers of the “pocket siphonia” also known as a “waterproof overcoat.”1 In this despatch, Edmiston and Son make an alleged claim on their part against Mr. Franks, who was treasurer of British Columbia in the mid-1860s and known for his undistinguished character, requesting that Franks pay for his purchase of a siphonia.2
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