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Carter, Thomas (1790–1834)

The earliest reference to this business occurs in the Maidstone Journal, 27 July 1790. The business was trading as Carter & Palmer and offered a wide range of goods and services. They acted as auctioneers and sworn appraisers. They offered to supply ‘…

James & Playfair (1797–1817)

Claimed to be suppliers to ‘Their Majesties, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York’, and were successors to ‘Mr. Broomfield’. From 1797–1804 patronised by the 5th and 6th Dukes of Bedford for whom they made and supplied knife trays at £1 16s each, and…

Kindley, William (1776–1825)

In 1776 at 30 Green Arbor Ct, Little Old Bailey where he took out insurance cover of £300 of which £200 was in respect of utensils and stock. By December 1785 he was at 78 Watling St and insurance cover had increased to £700 of…

Nodin, John (1776–95)

Initially the business traded as Nodin & Houlds (1777–83) with the main address at 1 Leadenhall St but with additional premises at Lower Thames St, 1776–77 and 20 Haymarket, St James's from 1779. The Haymarket premises in turn became the main trading…