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    Johnstones London commercial guide in 1818 - Basinghall street, Cateaton street

    Johnstones 1818 directory index

    This is the 1818 Johnstones London commercial guide which also includes a little pub history detail.

    Basinghall street, Cateaton street
    Length 368 yards. No. of Houses 97.
    1 Mercer, Wm. & G. Blackwell hall factors
    2 Smith, King and King, Clothiers
    3 Stevens, John, Jun. Merchant
    * Hancock & Sawyer, Blackwell hall factors
    * Jacomb, William, Solicitor
    4 Thacker and Clarke, Blackwell hall factors
    5 Williamson, Thomas, Factor & agent
    6 Sweet and Stokes, Solicitors
    7 Carrick and Maclean, Blackwell hall factors
    8 Adams, Edward R. Accountant, &c.
    9 Clementson, Jo. & Co. Blackwell hall factors
    10 Brooke, Webbs & Co. Blackwell hall factors
    11 Hughes, Henry, Blackwell hall factor
    14 Bischoff, J.T. & Co. Yorkshire woollen warehouse
    15 Baker, William, Factor and draper
    * Tottie, C. Swedish & Norwegian consul
    17 Thomas, John, Merchant
    * Thomas and Maingy, Warehousemen
    18 Allan and Ellis, Merchants
    * Blackall, William, Packer and presser
    * Wallington,T. & S. Blackwell hall factors
    19 Blakesley & Lister, Blackwell hall factors
    20 Brittain, Daniel, Packer and presser
    * Reiss, Joseph, L. Merchant
    22 Osborne, Jacob, Merchant
    * Phipps, John, Solicitor
    23 Hazard, Daniel, Wool broker
    25 Pollock, James Henry, Solicitor
    26 Knight and Freeman, Solicitor
    27 Glendinning, Thomas, Woollen factor
    29 Brooke and Simes, Spanish wool brokers
    30 Tatlock and Hogg, Silk brokers
    33 Kendall and Son, Blackwell hall factors
    35 Frisby and Son, Drapers and tailors
    36 Shaw, John, Callenderer and packer
    * Sterry, Henry and Co. Merchants
    37 Hutchinson, Thomas, Wholesale hosier
    38 Jarman and Jones, Woollen factors
    39 Gliddon and Walton, Solicitors
    41 Shingles, Samuel, Cloth factor
    42 Gould, R. & G. Flannel & baize manufacturer
    45 Barker, Thomas, Tailor and draper
    47 Metcalf, John, Solicitor
    49 Alcock, Joseph, Tea dealer and grocer
    51 Stewardson, Samuel, Painter & glazier
    57 Talbot, G. & H. bombaz. & carpet manufacturer
    * Lea and Son, Pocket book makers, &c.
    59 Field, William, Silk manufacturer
    60 Rawlings, James, Blackwell hall factor.
    61 Thompson, J. and E. Warehousemen
    62 Leachman, Joseph, Solicitor
    63 Field, Richard, Silkman, &c.
    64 Denison, James, Woollen draper, &c.
    65 Dolbys and Toppin, Warehousemen
    * Toppin, Henry, Warehouseman
    66 Wolfe, Joseph, Solicitor
    67 Carver and Peet, Blackwell hall factors
    68 Balfour, Jos. Blackwell hall factor
    69 Smart, W. & Nephew, vellum & silk manufacturer
    70 Langmore & Wilkinson, wholesale tea dealer
    * Gale, Willian and Samuel, Solicitors
    72 Cole, Cosens and Co. Merchants
    73 Barrow and Co. Solicitors
    74 Buckler, Alex. Wholesale woollen warehouse
    76 Chatfield, Charles, Solicitor
    78 Cotton, William and Sam. Solicitors
    79 Maitland and Co. Warehousemen
    83 Cohen, Francis, Solicitor
    * Smith & Rickards, Solicitors
    84 Sheppard, T. Blackwell hall factor
    * Peirce, John, Insurance broker
    85 Chamberlain, Philip, Warehouseman
    87 Weguelin and Chapman, Stationers
    93 Leckey, Cabrier, Watch maker, &c.
    Bayley, Richard R. Solicitor
    Docker and Scott, Woollen drapers
    King, J. Wine merchant, White Bear inn - (at about #32 until at least 1841)
    Smallman, James, Blackwell hall factor
    COOPER’S HALL.
    Edinson, John, Solicitor
    GIRDLERS HALL.
    Walton, Wm. Solicitor
    MASONS HALL.
    Lloyd & Goodman, Blackwell hall factors

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