opposite of Adelphi; as of 1785, was located at 421 Strand (https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/289b005c-42ff-44b6-8573-464ff3b4828a)
Prior to 1780
Name of Business / Business Owner
Annotations / Handwritten Text
a very civil man; was partners with Thick[x] at Charing Cross
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