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Bennington & Co (1832)

On 13 August 1832 supplied 24 ornamental double branch socket lights for lustres in Library and Drawing Room for Windsor Castle, costing £29 6s. [PRO, LC 11/77]

Bracken, — (1778)

Immediately put in charge of the hasty refurnishing of Thorndon Hall by Lord Petre for the visit of George III in October 1778, first proposed by the King on 22 September. Lord Petre's summary account of the visit describes the rooms ‘entirely new…

Chew, William (b. 1784–d. 1824)

Initially traded in partnership with his father John Chew under the style ‘Chew & Son’. In November 1811 it was announced that they were agents for ‘patent adjusting bedsteads for the relief of sick, lame & infirm persons’ devised by Messrs Parker…

Elward, George & Marsh, William (1774–1840)

WILLIAM MARSH. The earliest record of his name that has appeared so far is an entry for insurance cover of £1,500 in 1774 [GL, Sun MS vol. 236, ref. 348625] where he is described as ‘upholder … near Charles Street in Mount…

Hancock & Rixon (1832–38)

By 31 March 1838 trading as Hancock, Rixon & Dant. Loaned items to Stud House, Hampton Court, including lamps, ormolugirandoles, pedestals, blue glass girandoles and…

Post, Walter (1809–15)

Declared bankrupt May 1810. Also at St James's Pl. in 1810 and Lawrence Hill, 1814–15. [D; Exeter Flying Post, 31 May 1810]

Robinson, Richard (1697–1711)

Recorded in newspapers in 1697. [Heal] Advertised in London Gazette, 14–17 November 1698, his ‘Engine for Grinding, Pollishing and Cutting Looking-Glass Plates (for which a Patent is granted by His Majesty) by which Glass is truly ground and pollished…