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The Waterloo Company was established in Sydney in 1822 as the financial arm of a small flour-milling partnership. Never very large, the bank ceaced trading in 1834 after the death of one of the partners.

The firm traded under serveral names such as the Lachlan & Waterloo Mills Company and Waterloo Wharehouse, but was generally known as the Waterloo Company.

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