Dublin, Ireland; joiner and cabinet maker (fl.1753-55)
Made Freeman of the City of Dublin as a Joiner by Grace Especial, Easter 1753. Recorded in Cornmarket 1753; St Audeon's Arch 1755. Universal Advertiser, 26 August 1755: ‘To be sold by auction, on Monday the 1st of September next, at the Stationers-hall on Cork-hill, all the stock in trade of Mr. Edward Caddick, Cabinet-maker in St. Audeon's-arch, consisting of a variety of mahogany desks, bookcases, mahogany and oak desks, large carved and plain mahogany side-board tables, and card tables, high and low mahogany clothes presses, mahogany and oak chairs, newest patterns, with a great variety of goods in the cabinet way too tedious to insert. As all the goods are of the said Caddick's manufacture, the purchaser may be assured they are best in their kind, as he is going into another business. The sale to begin at 11 0'clock in the morning and continues till 3, and from 5 in the evening till 7, until all is sold. The sale will be at the above hall, the better to accommodate the nobility, gentry and others. — N.B. The house he now lives in which was formerly the Tanners-hall, is to be let, or the interest sold. Enquire at the said house’.