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Sansom, Postlewaite & Co. 65, Lombard Street.
Dudley, Hordeen and Co.
Barobridge, Fletcher and Co.
Wolverhampton, Hordeen and Co.
Sharpe and Sons, 8, West Smithfield.
Sikes, Snaith & Co. 5, Mansion House Street.
Daventry, Watkins and Co.
Smith, Payne & Smith,
Bristol, Harfords and Co.
Edinburgh, British Linen Company
Snow, Paul &
Spooner, Attwood & Co.
Lothian (East), Dunbar and Co.
Hull, Smith and Co.
27, Grace Church Street,
Shiffnall, Botfield and Co.
Barber and Co.
Wenlock, Collins and Co.
Stephensons, Remington & Co. 69, Lombard Street.
Abingdon, Knapp and Co.
Canterbury, Hammond and Co.
Stevenson and Salt,
Nantwich, Broughton & Co.
Plymouth, Kingston and Co.
Veres, Baron & Hawkins,
Atherstone, Willday, Joseph
Huddersfield, Wentworth and Co.
77, Lombard Street. Newcastle (Tyne), Loraine and Co. Nuncaton, Craddock and Co.
Wentworth & Co. 25, Threadneedle street.
York Bank, Wentworth and Co.
Wakefield, Wentworth and Co.
Weston, Pinhorn and Co. 37, Borough.
Tenterden, Mace and Co.
Willis, Percival & Co., 76, Lombard Street.
Ashford, Jemmet and Co.'
Reading, Stephens and Co.
Williams, Son & Co. 20, Birchin Lane.
Wright, Selby & Co. 5, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden.
Young, Abraham, 11, West Smithfield.
Directors of the Bank of England.
Jeremiah Harman, Esq. Governor.
George Dorrien, Esq. Deputy Governor.
Blackman, George, Esq.
Bowden, John, Esq,
Buller, Cornelius, Esq.
Palmer, John Horseley, Esq.
Best, Robert, Esq.
Pattinson, James, junior, Esq.
Pearse, John, Esq.
Pole, Charles, Esq.
Robarts, William Tierney, Esq.
Thompson, Andrew Henry, Esq.
Hase, Henry, Esq. Principal Clerk.
Directors of East India Company.
John Bebb, Esq. Chairman.
Allan, Alexander, Esq.
Bosanquet, Jacob, Esq.
Lindsay, Hon. Hugh Lumsden, John, Esq. Majoribanks, Campbell, Esq.
Morris, John, Esq.
Parry, Edward, Esq.
Adair, Alexander, Pall Mall Court
Armit and Borough, Dublin
Ashley, James, 44, Charing Cross
Atkinson, Joseph and John, Ely Place, Holborn
Brookesbank and Morland, 19, Craven street, Strand
Burdett, Sir W. B. Dublin
Browell, Henry, Stable yard, St. James's
Campbell, Archibald, and Co. 18, Suffolk street
Cane, Richard, & Co. Dublin
Collyer and Son, Park Place, St. James's
Croasdaile, D. Silver street, Golden square
Disney, Wm. 26, Parliament street
Donaldson and Co., Whitehall
Fowlis, Thomas, New Basinghall street
Hume and Furmidge, 35, Great George street
Hopkinson and Sons, 34, Pall Mall
Kirkland Nugent, 8, Bennet street
Lawrie, Andrew, 4, Robert street, Adelphi
Read and Fraser, Dublin
Watson. William, Poland street
Window, James, Craig's Court.
Navy Agents resident in London.
Abbott, H. 12, Clement's Inn
Atkin's, J. and Son, 7, Wallbrook
Barnett and King, 37, Essex street, Strand
Birt, John, 10, John street, Adelphi
Brine, Robert, 3, Clifford's Inn
Brothers and Leith, 43, King street, Covent Garden
Channon, John, Clement's Inn
Clementson, J., 2, Adelphi Terrace
Cook, Halford and Co., 41, Norfolk street, Strand
Levy, J., Commercial Chambers, Fenchurch street
Woodhead, John, Lyon's Inn.
SUBSCRIPTION CLUB HOUSES, HOTELS, TAVERNS, COFFEE HOUSES, and INNS.
Subscription or Club Houses to which the Members are elected by close ballot.
Albion, St. James's street.
Arthur's, in same street.
Alfred, Albermarle street.
Boodle's, St. James's street.
Brooke's, in same street.
Cocoa Tree, ditto.
General Service Club, ditto.
Royal Guard, ditto.
United Service Club, Albermarle street.
Union St. James's square.
White's, St. James's street.
Chambers, or Houses, divided into, and let in Floors or sets of Apartments.
The City Chambers, near the City of London Tavern, Bishopsgate street. The old City Chambers, Bishopsgate street.
East India Chambers, Leadenhall street.
Langbourne Chambers, Fenchurch street.
Buckingham street Chambers, 19, Buckingham street, Strand.
Covent Garden Chambers, the end of King street, Covent Garden.
Hotels for Families or Single Gentlemen.
The Albany, Piccadilly, on the site of the gardens belonging to the House formerly the property of the Duke of York and Albany, whence its name. They contain upwards of 70 complete and distinct apartments, besides the Mansion House, and those situated in the court yard. They are inhabited by many of the unmarried nobility and gentry, and by officers and professional men. There is a Secretary's office in the court yard, where, at certain hours, information may be obtained of Apartments that are to be disposed of.
Bailey's hotel (late Thomas's) Berkley square, is the principal hotel in
Bath and Oxford hotel, corner of Arlington street, Piccadilly.
Batt's hotel, Dover street.
Blake's hotel, 57, Jermyn street.
Blenheim hotel and coffee house, New Bond street.
British Imperial hotel, Tavistock Row, Covent Garden.
British hotel, 88, Jermyn street.
Brown's hotel, Russell street.
Clarendon hotel, New Boud street.
Coulson's hotel, 45, Lower Brook street.
Collins's hotel and coffee house, 19, Conduit street.
Cecil street hotel and coffee house, 84, Strand, and 1, Cecil street.
Craven street hotel and coffee house, Craven street, Strand.
Caledonian hotel, Royal Terrace, Adelphi.
Cooper's hotel, Bouverie street, Fleet street.
Eastey's hotel, Southampton street, Covent Garden.
Fenton's hotel, 63, St. James's street.
Fladong's hotel, 144, Oxford street.
Frank's hotel and coffee house, 3 and 4, Lower Brook street.
Gordon's Hotel, 1, Albemarle street.
Grillon's hotel, 7, in the same street.
Grove's hotel, 49, in same street.
Grand hotel, Covent Garden.
Hatchett's hotel, Dover street.
Holyland's hotel, 12, Cecil street, Strand,
Hudson's hotel, Adelphi
Hummums, New, Covent Garden.
Hummums Old, Covent Garden.
Horseman's hotel, Charing cross..
Ibbotson's hotel, Vere street, Oxford street.
Imperial hotel, 21, Suffolk street, Charing cross.
Jordan's hotel, 57 and 58, St. James's street.
King's Arms hotel and coffee house, Bridge street, Westminster.
London hotel, 44, Albemarle street.