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Title: The Little London Directory of 1677

Publisher: active 1677-1695 Samuel Lee

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This small book printed in 1863 is a reproduction of the original ‘Catalogue’ published in 1677. The many printing errors and inconsistencies in spelling and punctuation in that Catalogue were deliberately carried forward to this 1863 book, which notes in the Introduction that it was “here reproduced as almost a fac-simile”.

This etext has also retained these misspellings and inconsistencies and not tried to correct or ‘improve’ the content, and only spacing between words is different—two or three or more spaces in the original text have been condensed to one space in this etext. A few other minor changes are noted at the end of the book.

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This little book might easily, by a competent pen, be made the text to a volume, as large, if not as useful, as the huge “Post Office Directory,” of which it was the modest precursor. No such ambitious object as the production of a volume of that class is to be here indulged in. On the contrary, the purpose of the present short introduction is to offer a few suggestions upon topics obviously belonging to the contents of this commercial record of the merchants and goldsmiths of London in the second half of the seventeenth century. It will be found to demonstrate the[vi] value of not a few family names as significant elements of the history of social progress.

It has, indeed, been so in all time. From Homer’s catalogues down to the knightly nomenclature of the “Roman de la Rose,” and other long-breathed poems of the middle ages; from the Battle-abbey Roll of the conqueror’s chiefs at Hastings, and from that of King Henry’s army at Agincourt to our modern musters, such documents elucidate acceptably the course of military heroism. The conjecture is as ingenious, as it is just, lately made about Shakespeare’s early life, that the Admiralty books, with their myriad of seamens’ names, may give his in some royal ship, and so account for his perfect sea phrases.

The most interesting manuscript lists are those of the notabilities present at the Preston Guild for more than 500 years; and that of the founders of a Library in Hereford 200 years ago. The Guild is in existence still. The books given to the library by Viscount Scudamore, and some hundreds of the county people, were rotting on a damp floor not long since. It may be hoped they are now better cared for.


Equally attractive are the lists still preserved of the zealous contributors to public loans to meet a national crisis. John Locke and Somers were among the first proprietors of the Bank of England. Those of the East India Company, or the like Stocks were the leading Tories.

The founders of our early colonies—holders of even five-shilling shares—have thus their enduring record; and a diligent collector may enrich his library of tracts with the printed names of all the graduates of old Harvard College in New England in the seventeenth century—so zealously did the Puritans ground their sons in learning.

The present production, although of more moderate pretensions, contains individual names of some historical weight. Its most striking feature is the severance of “Goldsmiths that keep Running cashes”—precursors of the modern bankers—from the mass of merchants of London, in 1677.

Before that year the goldsmiths had really been bankers, and proper laws had long been advocated for their better establishment in the craft. This list fixes their residence chiefly[viii] in our ancient Lombard Street. Of fifty-eight, the whole number of them, thirty-eight lived there. Of the rest, we have Blanchard and Child, partners, in Fleet Street, at the Mary-gold; and James Hore in Cheapside, at the Golden Bottle, for then every house of business had its sign.

Other banking names are striking, viz. the Cornish Bolitho, the Lancashire Hornby, the Yorkshire Duncomb. These men may be presumed to have enriched their descendants who are still conspicuous among us. The rest of the Goldsmiths of 1677 seem to have been little remarkable in the next generation, when, after the revolution of 1688, joint-stock banking, and safe facilities in paper currency took the start which constitutes an era in finance. The capitalists of London in the reign of Charles II. were sorely damaged by his iniquitous shutting of the Exchequer against their legitimate claims. They were content at last to be simply the first holders of stock in the national debt, into which their claims were turned. But Michael Godfrey, the first deputy-governor of the bank, and Sir N.[ix] Herne, afterwards zealous supporters of the new system of banking after 1694, are here only simple merchants. Two other names of the Goldsmiths, James Fowles and James Heriot, deserve special mention. They were Scots; and the Fowles appear to have been long settled in London in connection with their countrymen. In 1695, the Lord Provost of Edinburgh was to address his letters on the subject of Darien to William Paterson at the house of one of the name; and it is no idle speculation to suppose that this goldsmith (a rising banker) of 1677 afforded Paterson, then a pedlar, or incipient merchant, the benefit of his financial experience.

James Heriot has a stronger association with a Scottish worthy of finance, George Heriot, the goldsmith, and the munificent benefactor of Edinburgh, who came south with his patron, King James; and, as his biographer tells us, he prospered here as he had prospered in the north. Besides his bequests to his native town, he left ample legacies to his brothers-german, of whom one was James; and their wealth and name were assuredly represented[x] by the James Heriot the goldsmith of this list.

In it also stands John Peatterson, a merchant already, and so giving a body to the tradition in Dumfriesshire which places William Paterson of the Bank of England in the counting-house of a relation of his own name in London about 1677.

The spelling of the two names Fowles and Peatterson is correctly phonetic, so as to show the Scottish nationality of the men; and in the latter case showing also the tact with which Eliot Warburton in his “Darien” makes a Scottish friend criticise his clumsy English pronunciation of the word Paterson.

Another name in the general list, that of Alexander Pope of Broad Street, has an even more famous association, as Mr. Camden Hotten shows in his Adversaria for July, 1857. The locality was then a charming suburb of gardens; and although the poet Pope, when taken away with his father, the popish merchant, to be educated in Windsor Forest by a priest, may have been too young to know how genial a home he was losing, he need not[xi] have been too vain, as it is feared he was, to revisit in after life the pleasant abode of his earliest years.

Gresham’s garden was in Broad Street, with its lectures on music and all science. King Richard’s Crosby Hall, and Shoreditch with its unhappy leman of Edward IV, were hard by; whilst Milton’s birth-place, his retreat, and his grave were close at hand.

The picturesque character of old London, graced by the sparkling Thames of olden time, is a circumstance not to be forgotten, when we are calling up the memories of any class of its inhabitants.

In 1677 the city was full of fine residences for merchants; and in this list we meet with names of entertainers of wits of the time. Here is Fountain, doubtless father to the wealthy knight with whom Dean Swift was familiar, as shown in his letters to Stella. Here, too, is Kiffen, the Baptist Alderman whom James II. could neither affright nor seduce, with a less respectable name of the same class, that of William Lob.

Here is Benjamin Bathurst, the founder of[xii] the family distinguished on the Bench and in the State, with Bragg their connexion. Here is a tribe of the Houblons, who furnished the Bank of England with its first Governor, Sir John; and whose names, seven in number, may be read in documents recorded at the Board of Trade claiming convoys for their fleets. These seven names are found in the more interesting record—the sermon of Bishop Burnet at the funeral of this Houblon—with his eulogy and city descent from Henry the VIIIth’s time. The Vansittarts will find their wealthy forefather here, and many more Dutch members of the old church of their nation in Austin Friars. The Van Milderts of this list were doubtless progenitors of the learned late Bishop of Durham of that name; and the predominance of Dutch over Flemish merchants settled in London is to be attributed to the ultra-Protestant feeling of that time. Puckle the wit, and the eager projector, is here in the persons of his father and uncle. Nor are the Barnardistons, Ducanes, the Fredericks, Beckfords, and Papillons, Burdetts, Batemans, Biddulphs, Bulteels, Carbonnels,[xiii] Coventrys, the Dominiques, Crisps, Furleys, and the Holfords, to be omitted.

The “Richard Steele” in the list must have been related to Sir Richard, who was more successful in the advocacy of the rights of trade with his pen than in his multifarious commercial schemes.

The special occupations of these merchants are not stated with much precision. After the Goldsmiths come the Black-well Hall factors, representing our ancient staple in woollens, whose privileges were the occasion of a great legal controversy shortly before the date of this little publication; and they were settled with prodigious learning in the Common Pleas by Chief Justice Sir Orlando Bridgman, as may be seen in his logical judgments. One particular address is very interesting. It is at “the Insurance Office,” then a new institution among us, and only extended with great success in the beginning of the next century, in the reign of Queen Anne.

The Royal Exchange was a prominent place of business for our merchants of 1677. The Dutch walk, the Turkey walk, the Irish walk,[xiv] the Spanish walk, and the like, have a significance far beyond the agreeable cosmopolitan sentiments expressed in the Spectator upon Addison’s and Sir Richard Steele’s visit to the Exchange of their day, crowded with men from every clime. In these several walks could be found, in the earlier years of the reign of Charles II, the collected members of our various trades beyond sea; and it was from them that the Lord Mayor was directed by a royal order in Council, to have elected the body that was to assist ministers in the preparation of our laws of trade and the colonies. That original order in council, signed by Lords Clarendon and Southampton, is preserved in the City library in Guildhall. It contains an article of extreme interest at this moment, specially providing for the election of the Italian merchants to that body. This commercial tie with United Italy cannot fail to be strengthened so as to revive an alliance with us too long interrupted by religious prejudice on both sides. The list has a few Italian names, but more Portuguese—perhaps brought over from the connection with “the[xv] Royal House of Lisbon” in the person of Charles the Second’s Queen, received by us with becoming good humour, according to the pungent epigram which bade “the De’il take Hyde and the Bishop beside, that made her bone of his bone.”

The division of the merchants in their respective dignities is worth a passing reflection. Some are knights and baronets; some are aldermen; the mass are plain John or Thomas, with a considerable sprinkling of Misters—the master of olden times being an addition of worship. The Captains and Majors of the list were doubtless the officers of the train-bands, of no little historic fame in London, from King John and Magna Carta even to John Gilpin.

The homes of many of the merchants named in this list were in the suburbs of London, and there they seem to have transacted their business, not in the City. We find them at Highgate, so well known before as the residence of the philosophic Earl of Arundel, where Lord Bacon died,—at Newington Green, Islington, Clerkenwell Green, Hackney,[xvi] Hogsden, Bethnall Green, Kingsland, Moorfields, Spital-fields, and Mile End Green,—places now so many centres of crowded population, not the sweet rural retreats, which we are content to go for farther a-field, being, like our fathers, fully awake to the delights of forest life.

The Hogsden of the list (our Hoxton) is shown to have been pretty full of merchants; and we know how delightful a group of gardens that suburb possessed in the olden time. Not very long after 1677, its worthy horticulturist Fairchild there practised his art with eminent success; and not only founded the annual sermon still preached by distinguished divines every year upon the bounty of the Creator in the gifts of nature, but tried hard with his pen to teach the citizens to adorn London with gardens. This is a consideration well worth pursuing at this moment of London’s revival. Her seventy graveyards, so long festering charnel-houses, may, under wise direction, become centres of floral beauty and instructive recreation to our youthful London population.


Some resided on “The Bridge,” the London Bridge for ages covered with dwellings, from one of which the daughter of a rich citizen fell into the Thames to be saved by the bold apprentice Osborne, who married her, and founded the ducal family of Leeds.

The painted portraits of the more distinguished of these fathers of our trade would deserve a special study. Sir John Houblon’s may be seen at the Bank of England; Benjamin Bathurst’s is assuredly piously preserved by his ennobled family; Sir John Tulse, who has left his name perpetuated on the picturesque hill near the Crystal Palace, must have possessed good taste enough to be a portrait-painter’s patron; and the letter in the Spectator asserting our superior appreciation of that branch of art is well justified in the numerous portraits scattered all over the land. Our commerce is indeed exceedingly rich in materials of historical portraiture, and in its products. Without ostentatiously boasting of a superiority which is not to be pretended over the statesmen who grace so many halls, our merchants, from the pencils of Holbein and Antonio[xviii] More down to the latest dates, may challenge comparison with them. The City and its halls are full of them; and Sir Thomas Gresham’s design of an university in London could not be better revived and realized than by annexing a fine gallery of merchants’ portraits to its other branches of instruction. It is a good suggestion, that the profit got by the Treasury from the sale of his estate in Broad Street to a Banking Company, should be pursued to its legitimate issue,—the establishment of that university.

The topic of Gresham’s University has some elucidation from the list of 1677. Comparatively few merchants then resided in Broad Street, or in Bishopsgate Street. Rents were therefore low in that quarter. In 1760, when the Gresham property was sold, under an Act of Parliament, for the Excise Office, its income was less than 450l. a-year; and the government made it up to 500l. The sale, however, to the Gresham Chambers’ Company, a few years since, netted a very large sum to the Treasury. That surplus is believed to revert to the trusts of Sir T. Gresham’s will,[xix] since the Acts which have alienated the estate first from the Charity, and then from the Crown, are mere parliamentary titles—quite secure to the occupiers of the land, but not destructive of the rights of the objects of a founder. The matter is indeed under serious scrutiny before the Charity Commission; and it has special claims to the fair consideration of Her Majesty’s prime minister.

The John Temple of this list was probably of Lord Palmerston’s lineage. The Palmers of the list, too, doubtless belonged to the family which almost monopolises the Mercers’ Company—Gresham’s trustees; and so Sir Roundell Palmer, the Solicitor-General, must not desert his duty. Nor will he have forgotten his own labour of love in Gresham’s lecture-room, when he helped his relative, Professor Palmer, to do justice to his charge.

Earl Russell will not, on this occasion, refuse his powerful aid to the improvement of the citizens of London, so often the defenders of liberty, and the advocates of science. The City has indefeasible claims upon Earl Russell’s sympathies—if for nothing more—for the sad[xx] sacrifice of his great relative Lord William, led, from his prison in the Tower, through the heart of the city to his scaffold in Lincoln’s-Inn-Fields, in order to crush the spirit of a people deeply attached to the house of Bedford.

Finally, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Gladstone, will readily part with the large proceeds of the Gresham Charity-estate, which, by all the calls of conscience, and the kindred rules of equity, belong to an object which he, of all men, the most approves—the liberal instruction of our youth.

The Harveys of the list are of a honoured stock. They are near kinsmen to Dr. William Harvey, famous in medical history as the discoverer of the circulation of the blood. He passed many of the last years of his eventful life with his brother Eliab, the merchant of London, who possessed “noble feats, and at least 3000l. a year,” says Aubrey. In those days the physicians, with their College in Warwick Lane, may be held to have been citizens. It was at the Royal Exchange that Drs. Mead and Ratcliffe fought their well-known duel.


Three original copies of the list of 1677 are known. One is in the Bodleian library; one in the Manchester Free Library, bought for 5l., (from this, owing to the kindness of R. W. Smiles, Esq., the Librarian, the present reprint has been made); one was sold at the sale of the Rev. Mr. Hunter’s library for 9l., although imperfect.

The volume—here reproduced as almost a fac-simile—is a curious little precursor of the London Directory, grown from its first edition of 1732 in 300 pages, to the huge volume, the Post Office Directory of the present day.

In the Lambeth Library there is such a list in manuscript of thirty years earlier date. It is a list of all the inhabitants of London liable to pay tithes, with the amounts due from each.

During the progress of this little volume through the press a most interesting fact relative to the history of trade has come to light. It appears from an old pamphlet that an “Office of Addresses” was started as early as 1650, by Henry Robinson, a well known writer on matters of commerce and finance during the commonwealth period. The ideas[xxii] of this worthy are so advanced and sound that it is more than probable that Sir William Petty, who soon after began to write upon these subjects, was indebted to him for some of his liberal views with regard to the extension of trade. Henry Robinson’s “Office in Threadneedle Street, over against the Castle Tavern, close to the Old Exchange in London,” comes out with a business-like precision in the very advertisement, that promises well for his work—the keeping particular registers of all manner of addresses. Then follows a catalogue of subjects of inquiry, so copious and so curious as to be a new proof that there is almost nothing new under the sun! Sixpence was the fee, and for this small sum answers to all sorts of questions connected with business could be obtained. The whereabouts of merchants, the arrivals or departures of ships, the current price of certain commodities, were all to be ascertained by visiting this ancient Inquiry Office—the crude off-shoot of a commerce struggling to develope itself, and answering for a time the purposes of a broker’s office, the Stock-Exchange, and the modern newspaper teeming with trade advertisements.

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Licensed Octob. 11. 1677.

Roger L’estrange.

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Living in and about

The City of London;

Very Usefull and Necessary.

Carefully Collected for the Benefit of all Dealers that shall have occasion with any of them; Directing them at the first sight of their name, to the place of their abode.

LONDON, Printed for Sam. Lee, and are
to be sold at his Shop in Lumbard-street,
near Popes-head-Alley: And
Dan. Major at the Flying Horse
in Fleetstret. 1677.


To the Merchants and Traders of the
City of


Although the publishing of the ensuing Pamphlet (or Catalogue) may at the first view, seem to several persons a ridiculous and preposterous attempt, yet the Author of this poor Collection humbly hopes, that it will not be exploded or rejected by you, for whose ease and conveniency (together with your forein correspondents) he principally intended it: And if it prove so successful as to receive a favourable acceptance from your hands, the censure of all other persons not concerned in the conveniency arising by it, will not discourage the Author to proceed and make such Improvements of this small Embrio, as may soon bring it to a perfect birth. He humbly hopes no Apology will be required for such Errata’s or Escapes as have been committed as to the Orthography, or true writing of the respective Names of this Catalogue, as well for that he hath found it a very difficult thing, to procure so ample an Account of Names as he hath done; as also in regard his main design is, to publish this forthwith, to the end that if those persons who are concerned in the Use of it, do give it a favourable Receptance, he may set forth an Additional Catalogue far more correct and accurate; wherein if he may receive Encouragement accordingly, he shall not in any thing be better satisfied than that his poor Endeavours shall have answered those Ends for which they were intended.


Whereas, since the ensuing Tract was in the Press, the Author hath discovered the Habitations of several other Merchants, not comprehended in the Alphabetical Order; he hath therefore thought fit (rather than to omit them) to insert them in the last Page of this Book by themselves. And whereas the Author intends shortly to Reprint this Catalogue, with additions; he doth therefore desire, that for the better furtherance of the next Edition, all Merchants, as well such as shall be newly arrived from beyond the Seas, as also all such as shall be newly set up, would be pleased to give in their Names and Habitations to Samuel Lee Stationer, over against the Church, near Popes-head Alley in Lombard Street. And if it happen that any Omission shall be made of any Merchants Names in this or the ensuing Edition, let the parties concerned repair to the said Mr. Lee, where they may probably receive satisfaction. And if any Bill of Exchange happen to be drawn upon any Tradesmen or Shopkeepers under the denomination of Merchants, if they repair to the place aforesaid they may receive due Information.

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Living in and about


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Abbot, Bow-Churchyard.
Ackworth, Burchin-Lane.
Edward Addams, Great St. Bartholomews.
JohnAddis, Bednal-Green or at the Sun in Lumbard-Street.
EliasAdrian and Company in Broad-street.
ThomasAllcock, in Grubstreet.
RichardAley, Mincin-Lane.
RichardAley Devonshire-house.
CorneliusAlderwerldt, Freemans-yard, Cornhill.
Mr.Allen, Cateaton-street Blackwell Hall Factor.
EdwardAllen, Towerhill.
DanielAllen, Fanchurch-street.
WilliamAllen, Princes-street.
EdwardAllen Queen-street, removed into Tower-street.
Mr.Allen, Mugwell-street.
Mr.Allen Spittle-fields.
Mr.Almand Clement’s Lane, Church-Alley.
SamuelAlstone, Basinghall-street, Blackwelhall Factor.
RusselAlsope, Lau. Pount. Lane.
IsaacAlvarez, in St. Mary Ax.
JacobJesrum Alvarez, in St. Mary Ax neer Bury-street.
HerbertAllwyn Shipyard Woodstreet.
Thom. }
  &}Andrews, Crutchet-Fryars.
Peter   }
Alderm.Andrews, Walbrook.
WilliamAndrews, Fanchurch-Street.
Mr.Andrado Leadenhall-street.
JohnArcher Mark-lane.
GeorgeArcher Cheapside.
IohnArcher Gravel-lane Houndsditch.
JeremiahArmiger Houndsditch.
Capt.Armstrong, Newington-Butts.
JohnArthur Austin-Fryars.
DanielArthur Broadstreet.
HenryAshurst Senior, Watling street.
HenryAshurst Junior, St. Johns-Street.
Mr.Ashur Aldermanberry.
Mr.Ashlier Newington Town.
JohnAshby Friday-street.
Alderm.Aske Love-lane Aldermanberry.
FrancisAshty, Minories.
Thom. }
  &}Atterberry, Angel-Court Throgmorton-Street.
John   }
WilliamAttwood Queen-Street.
WilliamAttwood Newington Town.
DanielAxtell to be spoken withal at the Sign of the Purse in Loathbury.
Sir Benj.Ayloffe Fanchurch-street.

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Joseph }

Bateman Martins lane.
William }   
Edw.Baker New Court Throgmorton Street.
RichardBaker Poultrey.
JohnBaker Aldermary Churchyard.
Mr.Ballard St. Dunstans-hill.
JacobBaldwyn Still-yard Thames-Street.
PeterBaldwyn Mark-lane.
Mr.Balts Crown-court Spittle-Fields.
JohnBanks, Fanchurch-street.
Rich.Banks Gravel-lane Houndsditch.
Mr.Banishford Hatton-garden.
PeterBarr Austin-fryars.
Will.Barron Throgmorton-street.
Edw. }
  &}Barkley Throgmorton-street.
Hen. }
Edw.Barton Angel-Court Throgmorton-street.
Rich.Barker New-Court Throgmorton-street.
Sir Sam.Barnadiston Bishopsgate within.
ArthurBarnadiston Hogsdon, to be spoken with at Mr. Hedges in Broadstreet.
PallatiaBarnadiston Hummerton in Hackney.
Natha.Barnadiston Hackney.
Thom.Barnadiston Hackney-Town.
Mr.Barnadiston, Well-Street Hackney.
ArthurBarron Coleman-street.
GeorgeBarron Garlick-hill.
Mr.Barrot Budge-row.
JohnBarrot Pickle-Herring.
JohnBarrot Execution Dock.
GeorgeBarnes Love-lane.
GerardBerens Mincin-lane.
Mr.Bard Old Bethelem.
JohnBarcklet Fanchurch-street.
Thom.Barker Seething-lane.
Mr.Bassford Kings-Arms-yard Coleman-street.
Mr.Basset Bankside.
RichardBasse Trinity-lane.
WilliamBattalie Mark-lane.
Mr.Battle Broadstreet.
JohnBatthurst Cornhill.
Benjam.Batthurst St. Mary Ax.
Cap. Th.Battson Stepney near the Church.
Ezeck.Batchelor without Aldgate.
Thom.Bawdes Berry-street.
WilliamBaxter Fanchurch-street.
SimonBaxter Highgate, to be spoken withal in Bush-lane at a Packers.
RichardBaxter Vine-Court Spittle-fields.
WilliamBayly, Shadwel.
WilliamBeard, Lawrence Pountney’s Lane.
SimonBerringer, Threadneedle street.
PhillipBeaumont, Dukes-place.
Charl.Beavor Michael-lane.
Edw.Beaker, Ironmonger-lane.
Mr.Beavor, Crooked-lane.
Will.Beakon, Cateaton-street.
Edw.Beakon, George-yard Lombard-street.
Mr.Beavor, Goodman’s-fields.
JohnBeare, Crutchet-fryars.
Hump.Beane, Turkey-walk Excha.
Mr.Bearns, Mincin-lane.
IsaacBean, Bow-lane.
Thom.Beacon, Minories Haiden-Yard.
Rich.Beavoir, Pelmell.
Will.Beck, Crutchet-fryars.
Thom.Beckford, Thames-street.
Abrah.Beak, St. Dunstans-hill.
RichardBeckford Tower-street.
SamuelBeak, Buttolph-lane.
Mr.Bedkins, Bank-side.
EdwardBell Crutchet-fryars.
Thom.Bell, Tower-hill.
Mr.Bellows, Philpot-lane.
WilliamBellamy, St. Dunstans-hill.
FrancisBellows, White-chappel.
AdamBellamy, Dice-key.
JohnBedell, Blosoms-Inne.
WilliamBenson, Winchester-street at Mr. Holride.
WilliamBennet, Borough Southwark.
JohnBenes, Beaver-marks.
Sir JohnBendish, York Buildings in the Strand.
Mr.Berry, St. Antholings.
MosesBerrew, Dukes-place.
JohnBerry, Philpot-lane.
CharlesBest, Bloomsberry.
ArthurBetsworth, Bow-lane.
Mr.Byfield, Hackney.
Mr.Byfield, Ditto.
Thom.Boyer, Laurence Pount. lane.
Mr.Bible, Colchester-street.
EdwardBickley, Basinghall-street.
Sir Theo.Biddolph, Austin-fryars.
Mr.Biddolph, Aldermanberry.
Mr.Bidford, Newington Town.
EdwardBilton, Creedchurch-lane.
WilliamBird, Broadstreet at a Packers.
Mr.Bird, Fishstreet-hill.
JohnBird, Martins-lane.
Mr.Blackman, Ironmonger Lane.
Thom.Blackmore, Kings-street.
RobertBlackmore, at a Barbers Ironmonger-lane.
Thom.Blackmore, Bartholomew Close.
Mr.Blacklesly, Tower-street.
Thom.Blashfield, Bartholomew Close.
Mr.Blackstone, Bishopsgate-Street.
Mr.Bland, Hogsden.
JohnBlewitt, Great St. Hellens.
Mr.Bleatingston, Distaff-lane.
JohnBlowfield, Threadneedle Street.
Sir Tho.Bloodworth, Maiden-lane.
Fred.Blunkard, Sice-lane.
Mr.Bloonkard, Sice-lane.
RobertBloone, Crutchetfryars.
Benj.Blundell, at the house of Mr. John Sheldon in Cannon-street.
Thom.Bodley, Houndsditch, Gun Yard.
GeorgeBoddington, Great Saint Hellens.
Rene.Bodvin, Kingstreet.
Thom.Boghes, Loathberry.
RichardBogon, little St. Hellens.
Mr.Boliford, Bush-lane.
Mr.Boldt, Buttolph-lane.
Mr.Boldens, Bush-lane.
AndrewBonneel, Mark-lane.
JohnBonneel, St. Mary Ax.
Mr.Bonset, Islington.
Jerim.Bonneel, and Compan. Old Jury.
JohnBon, New Court Throgmorton-street.
Mr.Booby, St. Mary Ax.
Thom.Boon, Ditto.
Rich.Booth, Princes-street.
Mr.Booby, Broadstreet.
Edw.Bovey, Mark-lane.
Edw.Bovery, St. Mary Ax.
JosephBowles, Laurence Pountneys Hill.
Thom.Bowhey, Tokenhouse-yard.
JohnBowden, Bush-lane.
JohnBowles, Mark-lane.
WilliamBowles, Mincin-lane.
Mr.Bowles, St. Mary Ax.
Franc.Boynton, Broadstreet.
AdrianBeyer, Lauren. Pountney Lane.
JamesBrace, Fanchurch-street.
Mr.Bragg, Broadstreet.
Franc.Branetti, York buildings in the Strand.
Mr.Bradley, Execution Dock.
Leona.Bray, Shoreditch.
JohnBrand, Cheapside.
Tho. }
  &}Brailsford, Tokenhouse-yard.
John }
Mr.Bradford Harp-lane.
RogerBradley, Bishopsgate Street over against the Post-house.
Mr.Bray, Execution Dock.
Mr.Brewest, Great St. Hellens.
JohnBrittin, St. Mary Ax.
RobertBrittin, Bury-street.
Mr.Brittin, Gray-fryars.
JohnBrinckley, Princes-street.
JohnBryant, and Company Cateaton street.
Rich.Bryant, Shad. Thames.
JohnBridges, Queen street.
Mr.Bridges, Goodman’s fields.
Nath. }
Will.  }Bridges, Austin-fryars.
Rob.  }
Will.Brishead, Bankside.
Mr.Brown, Crutchet-fryars.
Tho.Brown, Bury street.
Edw.Brown, and Comp. with Mr. Adrian, Broadstreet.
Mr.Brown, Nicholas lane.
Will.Brown, Cannon street.
Mr.Brown, Mile-end Town.
Benja.Brownsmith, Pudding-Lane.
Edw.Brown, Fanchurch street.
ArnoldBrown, Mincin lane.
JamesBrown, Swithings lane.
Mr.Brown, Coleman street.
Mr.Brooks, Bush Lane.
Mr.Brooks, Bucklersberry.
GerrardBruce, Mincin Lane.
JohnBuckworth, Crutchet Fryars.
JohnBucher, Bankside.
Edw.Buckridge, Crown Court Broadstreet.
Mr.Buinet, Laurence Poult. hill.
Mr.Bulock, Armitage.
Sam.Bultell, Austin-fryars.
JohnBull, St. Martins lane.
Capt.Bonfoy, Little Tower hill.
JamesBurkin, Mincin lane.
JohnBurton, Abchurch lane.
Franc.Burnell, Bush lane.
JohnBonner, Petty France.
Mr.Burin, Spittle Fields.
RobertBurdit, Gravel lane Hounsditch.
Mr.Burden, Colemans Alley.
Will.Burd, Hackney Town to be spoken withal at Mr. Sherwoods, Broadstreet.
Edw.Burket, Bankside.
Edw.Burrish, Gracechurch street.
J. Bapt.Burnell, near the New Exchange in the Strand.
JohnBurnell, St. Mary hill.
Abrah.Bush, Mark lane.
JohnBush, Fanchurch street.
JamesBush, Mincin lane.
Edw.Bushel, Little St. Hellens.
JohnBush, Ditto.
Mr.Burden, Vine-Court, Spittle Fields.
Mr.Buston, Rosemary Lane.
Mr.Butts, St. Mary Ax.
Sir Wil.Butler, Pauls Wharf.
Will.Butler, Nicholas Lane Foxes Ordinary.
Rich. }
  &}Butler, Clements Lane.
Tho.  }
Mr.Butler, Goodmans Fields.
Mr.Butthard, Broadstreet.
Mr.Butington, Mun Yard Black Fryars.

[ C. ]


Callender, in Tower Street.
Calwell in Colemans Alley.
Mr. Camfield in Great Saint Bartholomews.
JohnCanham little Saint Hellens.
Thom.Canham Leadenhall street.
RogerCapple Bishopsgate without.
Matth.Carleton Fanchurch street.
Abra.Caris, Mincin Lane.
Tho.Carew Dukes place.
Tho.Carew Tower hill.
Tho.Cary Ditto.
JohnCarlock Throgmorton street.
Will.Cartell ditto.
JohnCarter little Tower street.
Rich.Carrel, Aldermanberry.
Mr.Carrel Austin-fryars.
JosephCarrel in Throgmorton-street, or Warwick-Court.
JosephCarpenter Budgerow.
Mr.Carpenter Leaden-hall-Street.
WilliamCarbonneel Mark-lane.
Sir Fra.Chaplin Berry street.
Rob.Chaplin, Saint Swithins Lane.
JohnChapman Great St. Hellens.
JohnChapman Broad street.
Mr.Chapman Bishopsgate without.
Mr.Chapman Bassinghall-street, Blackwelhall Factor.
Mr.Chadwick Fanchurch-street.
Jam.Chadwick Kings Street.
Mr.Chalwel Tower Royal.
Fra.Chamberlin La. Poun. lane.
Cha.Chamberlin Great Saint.
Mr.Chang Pauls wharf.
Rich. }
  &}Chandler Aldermanberry.
John }
IsaacChatwood Hogsden.
Freder.Chevecox Broadstreet.
Tho.Cheuely Oxford Court Canon street.
Hen. }
  &}Chitty Bishopsgate street within.
Mat. }
John }
  &}Chomble Philpot lane.
Rob. }
Sir Fra.Clark little St. Hellens.
SamuelClark Throgmorton-street.
Mr.Clark Pudding lane.
Henr.Clark Poultrey.
Mr.Clark Law. Poun. lane.
JohnClark Hogsden, at his Warehouse in Olive-tree Court Leadenhall-street.
Mr.Clark Kingsland.
Mr.Clark by the Horse-ferry Westminster.
Edw.Clark and Compa. Cheapside.
Will.Clark Barthol. Close.
Sam.Clark Barthol. Close.
Tho.Clark Love-lane.
Tho.Claxton Bishopsgate within neer Thredneedle street.
EdwardClaxton Queen street.
Sam.Clay, Law. Poun. lane.
JamesCleapole Bush lane Scot yard.
JohnClemon Jewen street.
Mr.Clenues Bednal Green.
Mr.Clenes Waping.
Mich.Clipsham Saint Dunstans hill.
Mr.Cliff Bankside.
AlenCliff Algate.
Sir Tho.Clouterbock at Mr. Clouterbock’s house in Threadneedle Street.
JasperClouterbock in ditto Street.
Mr.Coats Pudding-lane.
Mr.Cosing Lime-street.
Will.Cockram St. Swithins-lane.
Mr.Cole at Mr. Pilkington’s, Bush-lane, Scot-yard.
GeorgeCole, Bartholomew-lane, Ship-yard.
Will.Cole, Thames-street.
Mr.Cole, Bush-lane, Scot-yard.
Mr.Cole, near the new Postern.
Hen.Collier Nicholas-lane.
Mr.Collier Borough of Southwark.
PeterCollier Little Moor-fields near the Gun-Tavern.
Jam.Collins Philpot-lane.
Tho.Collet Thames-street.
JohnColeman Saint-Swithins-lane near Lombard Street.
Mr.Collier Aldermanbury, Blackwelhall Factor.
Thom.Compere Fishstreet hill.
DavidConyard Fanchurch-street.
Will.Conen Laur. Pount. Lane.
JohnCooker Crutchet-fryars.
Thom.Cooper Well-Court Soaper-lane.
Hen.Cornish Cateaton-street near Blackwelhall-gate Factor.
Mr.Corn Newington Green.
Mr.Cook Chain Alley.
Will.Cook Mark-lane.
Mr.Cook Fanchurch-street.
JohnCook Austin-fryars.
RalphCook Laur. Pount. hill.
Tho. }
  &}Cook, Basinghall-street.
Joh.  }
Mr.Cook Goodmans-fields.
Thom.Cook Hackney.
GeorgeCock Greenwich.
Edw.Cooth Basinghall-street.
PeterCoston Sherbon-lane.
Edw.Coston St. Dunstan’s hill.
Dan.Coston Hackney Town.
Mr.Cordial Bankside.
Rich.Cotton Redriff.
AdamCottrill Bush-lane Scot-yard.
Tho.Coulson Tower Royal.
Mr.Coventrey Threadneele-str. [sic.]
WalterCoventrey Gr. St. Hellens.
GeorgeCowart in Basinghall Street.
Mr.Cox Newington Town.
JosephCox Berry Street.
Benja. }
  &}Cox, St. Martins Lane.
Jam.   }
Mr.Craker, London-wall.
Eben.Craker Barnaby Street Southwark.
Tho.Crawley Mincin-lane.
JohnCranenbergh St. Martins lane.
Mr.Christopher Ironmonger lane.
Abrah.Christian Threadneedle Street.
Edw.Crisp Towerhill.
JohnCrisp Breadstreet.
EliasCrisp   }
&} in Cheapside at the Angel
Mr.Lounes } near Bread-street.
Will.Crisp Cheapside at the Hen and Chickens.
JamesCropp Fanchurch Street.
Jacq.Crosse Philpot lane.
JohnCrosse at the Three Pigeons in Cornhill.
JohnCrose Lymestreet.
Mr.Crosborn Lovelane.
Rich.Crosman Lovelane.
JohnCroger Armitage, East-country Walk Exchange.
Tho.Croom Nicholas lane.
Twi.Crowder Lymestreet.
Tho.Crowdell Colemanstreet Bell Alley.
Mr.Crow Queenstreet.
Will.Crouch Berrystreet.
Mat.Cadwell Broadstreet Excise Office.
Mr.Cumporter Barnabystreet.
Mr.Cumporter Berrystreet.
Mr.Cutler Basinghall-street, Blackwelhall Factor.
Tho.Cutler Austinfryars.
Tho.Cutler Broadstreet.
Mr.Cutteris Berrystreet.
Mr.Cuttalis ditto.
JohnCurtis Little Trinity-lane.

[ D. ]


Dade Suffolk-lane.
Daffing St. Mary Ax.
Mr. Dakers Clarkenwell Green.
Mr.Dallington Roodlane.
HenryDandy Beerlane.
PeterDaniel the Bridge.
RobertDaniel neer Alhallows Thames-street.
Mr.Daniers Peters-hill.
Mat.Datheler St. Mary Ax.
Tho.Dashwood Copthall Court Throgmortonstreet.
Fran. }
  &}Dashwood without Bishopsgate.
Sam. }
Edw.Davenport Little St. Hellens.
Mr.Davenport Ironmonger-lane.
JohnDavalwid St. Martins-lane.
Tho.Davall Kings-Arms-Yard Colemanstreet.
JacobDavid Little Tower-street.
JohnDavis Aldermanbury Love lane.
Tho.Davits Moorfields near the Postern by Petty France.
Tho.Davis Broadstreet.
Mr.Dawson Lovelane.
Mr.Dawes Horse Ferry West.
Nich.Dawes Little Towerstreet.
Mr.Dawes Roodlane.
Tho.Death  }
&} Marklane.
Mr.Death  }
Edm.Deathick Copthall Court Throgmortonstreet.
Tho.Dean Pancrast-lane.
Rich.Dean Old Gravel-lane.
DavidDebarri at Mr. Dorvills Walbrook.
PeterDebarr Broadstreet.
Mr.Debarr ditto.
JohnDebart St. Martins-lane.
JohnDeboys Aldermanberry. Love-lane.
Thom.Decraw Colchesterstreet.
Jacq.Decocque Threadneedle-street.
Ignat.Decoque Lymestreet.
Mr.Decluse Islington.
AlvaroDecosta Budgerow.
Mr.Decostus Dukes-place.
PeterDecoker Cullam Street.
Rowl.Dee Senior, Poultry.
Rowl.Dee Junior, Bowlane.
Sir Ba.Degomaz Berrystreet.
JohnDegrave Bishopsgate without Half-moon Alley or Angel Alley.
JohnDegrave Old Fishstreet.
AbrahDegelder }
&}White Chappel, Adam and Eve Court.
CornDegelder }
JohnDelachambre Fanchurch-str.
IsaacDelleliers Leadenhall street.
Mr.Deliens Roodlane.
Mr.Delorey Berry Street.
Franc.Deliz ditto.
Gabr.Delaport Abchurch lane.
RobertDeluna Great Saint Hellens.
Jos.Delliviers Throgmort. street.
LyonDelliviers ditto.
PeterDelmey Lymestreet.
PeterDelmay Barnabystreet.
JohnDelmey Pancras lane.
Mr.Delebarr Hackney Town.
Wil.Delawood Nicholas lane.
JohnDelowry Gracechurchstreet. near Fanchurchstreet at an Ironmongers.
Mr.Delane Hogsden.
Mr.Delacy Berrystreet.
Fra.Delate at the hand and Glove in Cannon-street.
Mr.Delate Cullam-street.
Mr.Demingo Mugwell street.
Mr.Demancing Harp lane.
JohnDemanel ditto.
Dan.Demetrius Berrystreet.
Dan.Demetrius Three Crown Court Southwark.
Solo.Demodina Great St. Hellens.
Nath.  }
  &}Denew, Marklane.
James }
Benj.Denew Shadwell.
Nath.Denham Lymestreet.
Edw.Denham Garlick-hill.
Rich.Dent Austin-fryars.
Mr.Denon the Postern.
Mr.Depostus Dukes Place.
Abrah.Deporta St. Mary Ax.
Anth.Depremont Austin Fryars.
Franc.Depary Fanchurch-Street
Mr.Dermedo St. Mary Ax.
Mr.Defkin Pancras-lane.
PeterDevitt Leadenhall-street.
Will.Dewitt Bush-lane Scotch-yard.
Mich.Dewing Princess Street.
Will.Deworth Lauren. Pountney Lane.
Mr.Dewker Cullam Street.
JohnDeway Leadenhall Street.
Mr.Dewell ditto.
Mr.Devester Broadstreet.
Chris.Deynot Cullam Street.
Mart.Deynens at Mr. Webs Throgmorton-Street.
Mr.Dickson Crown-Court Fish-street Hill.
JohnDickinson Throgmorton street.
Benj.Diens St. Dunstan’s hill.
Will.Disher Walbrook.
Mr.Dison Bankside.
LewisDoe Aldermary Churchyard.
Mr.Dodsworth Hummerton in Hackney.
Chris.Dodsworth Poultrey.
JohnDoggett Lawrence Pount. Hill.
DavidDooley Swithin-lane.
Mr.Doolenson Kingsland.
JamesDonalson Roodlane.
JohnDorvill Walbrook.
Mr.Dorasalis Copthal Court, Throgmorton Street.
Mr.Dormon Bell Alley Coleman-street.
JohnDrake at Mr. Colemans in Swithin lane near Lombard Street.
Tim.Drake Bunhill.
Sam.Draper Tokenhouse-yard.
JohnDregue Angel Court without Bishopsgate.
Phil.Duboys Great Trinity lane.
Thom.Ducke Suffolk-lane.
PaulDockminique Vine Court Spittlefields.
Pall.Dockminique Junior, Colemanstreet.
Peter }
  &}Ducaine Pancras-lane.
Jam.  }
Benja. }
  &}Ducane, Queenstreet.
Sam.   }
Peter }
  &}Dugua, Covent-garden Henrietta Street.
Ant.  }
And.Duff Lodger Bishopsgate-street next an Upholsters.
HenryDunster Mincinlane.
HenryDunster Roodlane.
MichDunwell Colemanstreet.
RichDunidge and Comp Devonshire house.
Thom.Duncombe Colemanstreet Blackwelhall Factor.
Dan.Duprie Artillary-lane.
JohnDurdan Bankside.
Dan.Duthais Aldermary Church, at Mr. Lewis Doe.
Mr.Dikes Colemanstreet.

[ E. ]


East Oxford Court Cannon Street.
East Horsey-down.
Isaac Eastwick, Hackney Town.
JohnEaton, Buttolph-lane.
Nich.Eaton ditto.
Theod.Ecckelston, Gracechurch Street Crown-Court.
Sir Jam.Edwards Islington.
JohnEdwards Philpot-lane.
Will.Edwards Coleman-street.
Dan.Edwards, Walbrook.
PalatiEdwards, Mary Old-stairs Southwark.
Mr.Edwards, Ropemakers Alley.
Hump.Edwin Great St. Hellens.
Mr.Edworth Hogsden.
Mr.Eggleston, Bankside.
JohnEglesfield at the Pewter-platter Cannon-street, Lodger.
JohnmartinElkins, Law. Poun. lane.
Mr.Elkins Bishopsgate without.
Matth.Elison, Cannon-street near London-stone.
JohnElison Berry-street.
Franc.Elison Mark-lane.
Jerem.Elwise Tokenhouse-yard.
Ald.Ellis Saint Pauls Churchyard.
Mr.Elson at the Postern Blackwelhall Factor.
Rich.Emes Fanchurch-street.
Mr.Emson, Warwick Court in Warwick-lane.
Rich.Ely, Bishopsgate-street over against the Posthouse.
JohnEvans at Mr. Sparows a Packers in Swan Alley Coleman-street.
JohnEvans Michael-lane.
JohnEyles Great St. Hellens.
DerickEyles, Leadenhall-Street.
JohnEldreed at Mr. Folio in Dove-Court.
Mr.Ahearns. Law. Pou. hill.



Fade Bowlane.
Feak Grace-church-street Nagshead-Court: (and Comp.)
Sam. Feak Bow-lane.
Edw.Fane, Philpot-lane.
Mr.Fanne, Broadstreet.
ProsperFenton, Seething-lane.
Rob.Fendall, Nich. lane.
Rob.Fellowes, Aldersgate-street.
JohnFellowes, Throgmorton-street.
GeorgeFinch Great St. Hellens.
Tho.Finch, Ditto.
Mr.Finch, Petty France by Moorfields.
Edw.Fincham, Budge-row.
Mr.Fincham, Kingsland.
JohnFlavill, Law. Pount. hill.
Mr.Fleming, St. Mary Ax.
Mr.Fletcher, Thomas Apostle.
Mr.Fletcher, Spittle-fields.
Mr.Fleet, Mark-lane.
JohnFarfax, Bunhill.
Tho.Farington, his Warehouse, Mincin-lane, at a Packers.
Tho.Firming, Three Kings Court Lombard-street.
GeorgeFisher, ditto.
Franc.Flide, Bankside.
Mr.Flide, Milkstreet.
Mr.Folio, Berrystreet.
Rich.Folio, Broadstreet.
JohnFolio, ditto.
Rob.Folkner, Lymestreet.
Jef.Foldes, Loathburry.
JamesFoules, Clements-lane at a Milliners.
Rich.Foot, Roodlane.
Sir Ri.Ford, Tower-hill.
Mr.Ford, Kings-Arms-yard. Colemanstreet.
Mr.Ford, Shadwell.
Jer.Forman, Law. Pount. hill.
Mr.Fortley, Execution Dock.
Anth.Foster, Berrystreet.
Rich.Foster, Law. Pount. hill.
Will.Foster, Three Kings Court Lombard-street.
Mr.Foster, Queenstreet.
Mr.Foster, at the Ball in Lombard-street.
PeterFountain, Watling street.
Mr.Founds Pickle-herring.
Sam.Foxley, Nagshead-Court Gracechurch street and Comp.
Sam.Fulwood Throgmorton-street.
Matth.Fuller, Cateaton street.
JohnFurley, at Mr. Peter Langley Gracechurch-street.
JohnForley St. Dunstans hill.
Tho.Framton, Milkstreet near the Red Cow.
Jos.Frances, Camomile street.
Mr.Frances Clarkenwell.
SimonFrancia, Leaden hall street.
Dom.Francia, ditto.
Sir Jo.Frederick, Old Jury.
Will.Freeman, Fanchurchstreet.
JohnFreeman, ditto.
Ald.Freeman, Deadmans-place.
Mr.Frencham, Leadenhall Street.
Phil.French, Bushlane Scot-yard.
BasilFyerbraste, Mark-lane.

[ G. ]


Gall, Great St. Hellens.
Gardner, Fanchurch-street.
Franc. Gardner, Bow Churchyard.
Will.Garfoot, Nicholas lane.
Mr.Gaseronne, St. Mary Ax.
JohnGasp, Tokenhouse-yard.
Dan.Gates, Artichoak-lane Wapping.
Franc.Gay, Basinghall-street.
Mr.Gay, Hogsden.
JohnGenopen, Castleyard Westminster.
Hen.Gennen, at Mr. Dukes Suffolk lane.
Mr.Gener, Milkstreet.
Mr.Gewan Drans Yard Westminster Street.
Mr.Gibson, Waterlane.
[I]JohnGibson, at Mr. Preston’s Brewhouse in St. Katharines.
Mr.Gibness, Blackfryars.
Hen.Gibes, Clarkenwell.
Will.Gibes, Southwark.
Thom.Glover, Clements lane.
Thom.Glover, Nich. lane.
Mr.Goyer, Princes street.
Mr.Goldens, Austin-fryars.
Will.Golstone, Nich. lane.
Hen.Gold, Brigendine Court, Basinghall-street.
Sir Th.Gold Aldermanberry.
JohnGold, Crutchet-fryars in Gold Court.
Nich.Gold, Lymestreet.
JohnGold, Turkey Walk in the Exchange, or at Clapham.
Jam.Gold, Islington, Turkey Walk.
Mr.Gold, Newington.
Cha.Goldstone, ditto.
Mr.Goldney, Bloomsbury.
Sam.Godfrey, Poultrey.
Benj.Godfrey, Tokenhouse yard.
Mr.Godard, Mugwell Street.
Mich.Godfrey, Bush-lane.
Tho.Goddard, Coleman street.
Mr.Goddard, Little Britain.
GeorgeGoderis, Laurence Pountney lane.
Edw.Godwin, Soaper lane.
Mr.Gooding Bishopsgate without.
Hen.Goodhew, Buttolph lane.
Anto.Gommeswares, Creedchurch lane.
Anth.Gomeserd, Berry street.
JohnGunston, at Blackwelhall.
Jacq.Gonsaldus, Dukes Place.
Ja.Gonsalus, Leadenhall Street.
Christ.Goore, Coleman street.
GeorgeGospright, Tokenhouse Yard.
Will.Goslin, Pancras lane.
Thom.Gurden, Turkey Walk at the Exchange.
JohnGurden, Mark-lane.
Mr.Gouff, Armitage.
Mr.Gandiat at a Packers, Loathbury.
Cha.Gravener in Watling-street at the Black-Swan.
RogerGray Crutchet-fryars.
Nich.Gray Barge yard Crutchet Fryars.
RogerGray, Garlick Hill.
Mr.Granenta, Lymestreet.
Mr.Grayso, Moorfields.
JohnGrace Half-Moon Alley Bishopsgate without.
Phil.Graves Martins lane.
Anth.Green, Bishopsgate without.
Mr.Grindall, Dukes place.
RichardGriffeth, Bishopsgate street.
Thom.Griffeth ditto.
Edw.Griffeth Barge Yard Bucklersberry.
Tho.Griffeth at a Packers in Eastcheap.
Rich.Griffeth, Bucklersberry.
Mr.Grinwell Colemanstreet, Blackwelhall Factor.
Mr.Groves Dukes-place.
Phil.Grover Martins-lane.
JohnGrove, Princes street.
Antho. }
Adam  }Gronen Devonshire house.
Fred.   }
Rich.Gronden, Old Fish-street.
Mr.Gumper Bunhill.
Will.Gun Billingsgate.



Hacker, Gun yard Houndsditch.
Hacker at Paul Darby, Leadenhall street.
Mr. Hackwell, Hackney Town.
Jasp.Haines, Thames street.
Rob.Hagshaw, White-hart Court.
JohnHagshaw and Turner, Suffolk Lane.
Will.Hage, George Yard Lombard Street.
Mr.Hall at the Postern, Blackwelhall Factor.
Edw.Hall Gravel lane Houndsditch.
Mr.Hall, Chequer Yard Dowgate.
Hen.Hall, Islington.
JohnHall, ditto.
Mr.Hall, Stepney.
Mr.Hall, Berry-street.
JohnHall, Fanchurch street at Mr. Baxter.
Nath.Hallride, Winchester street.
RogerHaley, Scot Yard, Bush Lane.
JohnHalworthy, Swithins-lane near Lombard Street.
Sir Mat.Halworthy, Hackney, Spanish Walk Exchange.
Edw.Halford, Bun Hill.
Edw.Halford, Clarkenwell Green.
WilliamHamley, Thames Street.
Mr.Hamond, Fanchurch street.
JohnHamford, Buttolph lane.
Chris.Hambleton, Bush lane, Scot yard.
StephenHames, Bull and Mouth Street.
Hen.Hamson, ditto.
WalterHampton, Gravel lane Houndsditch.
Mr.Hamle Tooly street.
Mr.Hancock, St. Laurence lane.
JohnHanceouse, Berry street.
Mr.Hantbotow Broadstreet.
Mr.Hanwock, Budge-row.
Rob.Hanson, Sice-lane.
Rich.Hanson, ditto.
Mr.Hanes Coleman Street Blackwelhall Factor. [sic.]
Mr.Hartley, Fanchurch-Street.
Thom.Hartley, Throgmorton street.
Nath.Hartley, Swithin’s lane.
RalphHardwick, Grace-church Street.
Thom.Hardwick Hackney, Spanish Walks.
Tho.Hardwick London Wall near Broadstreet.
Mr.Harwick Loathberry.
WilliamHarwell Colchester street.
Hen.Harbin Mark-lane.
JohnHarbin Great Saint Hellens.
Edw.Harrison Roodlane.
John }
  &}Harrison Clements-lane.
Will. }
Hen.Harris Saint Dunstans Hill.
Mr.Hart Throgmorton Street.
Tho.Hartops Lymestreet.
Mr.Harrow Winchester street.
JohnHarwood Mich. lane.
Mr.Harwood St. Antlins.
JohnHarwood Mile-end Green.
Mr.Harwood Mile-end Town.
Mr.Harvey Swithin’s lane.
Jo.Harvey Beerbinder lane.
Mr.Harvey St. Mary Hill.
RalphHanwock Waping.
Will.Harlman at Mr. Cha. Corcelus in Waping.
Mr.Hanly at Fresh-Wharf.
Anth.Harrispe, Coleman-street, King’s-Arms-Yard.
Tho.Harrington Mark-lane.
Hen.Haswell Bush-lane.
JohnHaselwood, Goodmans-fields.
Mr.Hasell at the Spread Eagle in Gracechurch Street.
JohnHatner Winchester Street.
Joseph Hayward }
and  } in Butolf-Lane.
Daniel Wagfield }
Mr.Hawes, Clement’s lane.
Mr.Hawkins Colledge Hill.
Chris.Hawkins Walbrook at Mr. Dishers.
Mr.Hawkes Clapton Hackney.
Claud.Hayes Fanchurch Street.
JohnHayes Little St. Hellens.
James  }
   and   }Hayes, Gracechurch-street.
Joseph }
Rob.Hubold Great St. Hellens.
Sir Nat.Herne Loathbury.
Jos.Herne at Sir ]ohn Fredericks [sic.] in Old Jury.
Sam.Heron African house.
Will.Hedges Basinghall Street.
Mr.Hedges Broadstreet.
Mr.Hemmings Basinghall Street Blackwelhall Factor.
IsaacHemming St. Mary hill.
Thom.Heming Tokenhouse Yard.
JohnHency, St. Martins lane.
Rich.Hamden at Daniel Mercer in Bartholomew Lane.
Mr.Henman Bankside.
Peter  }
   & }Henrique Walbrook.
Pierce }
Cha.Herle Aldermanberry.
PeterHerringhook Budge-row.
Mr.Hermond Bishopsgate without.
CharlesHerle Junior and Comp. in Aldermanberry.
Will.Hester Borough Southwark.
Mr.Hester Bow Churchyard.
Benj.Hewling Coleman street.
Rob.Hews Kingsland.
WilliamHibert in Bell-Alley, Coleman-street.
Matth. }
   & }Heybert, Nags-head Court, ditto.
Abra.  }
Will. }
   &   }Hide, Milkstreet, at the Rose.
Jos.   }
BedingfieldHigham Seething-lane.
JohnHill Crutchet-fryars.
Mr.Hill Broadstreet.
JohnHill Leadenhall-street.
Franc.Hill Bucklersberry.
Edw.Hill the Postern.
JohnHill Minories.
Mr.Hill Bishopsgate without.
Mr.Hill Shadwell.
Mr.Hill Redriff.
Edw.Hill Basinghall-street Factor.
Mr.Hillet St. Antlins in Watlin-street.
Nath.Hilton at Newington, his Warehouse near the Bear and
Fountain in Loathbury
JosephHincham Pudding-lane.
Thom.Hinchman Aldersgate Street.
Nich.Hinde Abchurch lane.
JamesHinde Bush-lane.
Mr.Hinton ditto.
Mr.Hockton Grubstreet.
John  }
  & }Hoet Lymestreet.
Peter }
Mr.Holfsted, at a Packer’s in Nicholas’s-lane.
JohnHolmes in Coleman-street.
Andr.Holmes in Nags-head-Court in Clements-lane.
Nich.Hollaway, in Nicholas’s Lane. And Mr. Collet in Company.
Tho.Holder, at the African-House.
Edw.Holford, the Hambrough-Walk.
Will.Hodges Basinghall Street.
Rich.Holt, Bishopsgate street.
Mr.Holt Ironmonger lane.
Mr.Holmes Nicholas-lane.
Tho.Holmes Walbrook.
JohnHoleman Bell Alley Colemanstreet.
Will.Holgate Alderman-berry.
JamesHolland Woodstreet.
Mr.Holsam, Jewen street.
Mr.Holcomb Hatton garden.
Rich.Holder, Roodlane.
Sir Wil.Hooker Crown Court Grace-Churchstreet.
Will.Hooker Lymestreet.
CalebHooke Pye-Alley Fanchurch Street.
Mr.Hooper Wapping.
Chris.Hopkins Fanchurch street.
Edw.Hopegood Loathbury.
Mr.Hoste Hummerton in Hackney.
Mr.Howard Bow Churchyard.
Mr.Howson, Aldermanbury.
Rich.How at Billingsgate every Morning.
HenryHovener Swithins Lane.
Abrah.Hovener Islington.
Abr. Isaac }Houblon, Winchester-Street.
and Jam.   }
JohnHoblon Threadneedle Street.
PeterHoublon Burbinder Lane.
PeterHoublon Sice Lane, Senior and Junior.
Maj. Pet.Houblon, Budgerow.
Nich.Hudson Towerhill.
Abra.Hudson Colchester-street.
JamesHutton in Durham Yard.
Mr.Hulford Lambeth.
Henr.Hunter Crutchet-fryars.
Hen.Hunter Mincin-lane.
Tho.Hunt Fanchurch-Street.
Tho.Hunt Bow-lane.
and Bereclif } Abchurch Lane.
in Company }
DavidHutchingson St. Mary hill.
GeorgeHockenhull, Hackney.
JohnHough Gravel lane Hounsditch.
Ald. Joh.Hough Clarkenwell Green.
Steph.Houssan, Thredneedle-street.
JohnHousan, ditto.
Alexand.Hosea in Momford Court in Milk-street.

[ J. ]


Jarret Lime-street.
Jackson Broadstreet.
John Jackson Clements-lane.
Stephen }
Joseph   }Jackson, Pye-Alley Fanchurchstreet.
Jems      }
Robert   }
JohnJackson Tokenhouse Yard.
PhillipJackson Lymestreet.
Mr.Jackson Fleet-Bridge.
StephenJackson St. Mary hill.
JamesJacob Lymestreet.
Will.Jacom, Aldermary Churchyard.
AbrahamJacob Hatton garden.
Theod.Jacobson, Still-yard Thames-street.
SamuelJames Threadneedlestreet.
PeterJames, St. Mary Hill.
SamuelJames Tokenhouse Yard.
Abraham }Jaggard neer Billingsgate.
Francis   }
JohnJaponey Bush-lane.
MarkJarvis Colemanstreet.
Mr.Ibrook Dukes-place.
Mr.Jerman Bankside.
Sir Rob.Jeffereys Lymestreet.
JohnJeffery Saint Mary Ax.
Mr.Jekell Wine-Office-Court Fleetstreet.
Rich.Jelley Michael-lane.
Durr.Jenkinson, Broadstreet.
Rich.Jenkinson Coleman-street.
Widd.Jennings Towerstreet.
JohnJennings Shadwell.
JohnJenkins Hogsden.
Ald.Ireton Finsbury.
Sir Arth.Ingram Hatton-garden.
Will.Ingram Winchester-street.
JohnJohnson Buttolph-lane at a Coopers.
Will.Johnson Old Gravel Lane.
Capt.Johnson Mile-end-Green.
Will.Jones, Bankside neer the Wind-mill.
WilliamJones, St. Mary Ax.
PeterJones, ditto.
RogerJones, ditto.
HenryJones Abchurch lane.
LeekJones Queen-street.
JohnJones Bush-lane.
JohnJones Basinghall-street.
JohnJones Mincin-lane.
WilliamJordan, Basinghall street.
ThomasJorden Billeter-lane.
AnthonyJorden Thames Street Cole harbor.
ThomasJorden Swedeland Court Tower hill.
JohnJorden Pettycoat lane.
MerelJorden Clements lane.
PeterJoy St. Dunstan’s hill.
Mr.Joyle Armitage.
JohnJoliff Threadneedle-street.
JohnIsrael Armitage.
JohnIve Colchester street Tower hill.
Ald.Jurin Throgmorton-street.
Will.Joliff in the Strand.
WilliamJohnson at a Cheesemongers in Thames-street neer Buttolph-lane.
JohnJurin St. Dunstans hill.
IsaacJurin Great St. Hellens.
Mr.Jurin Sice Lane.
WilliamJustice Rosemary Lane.



Kate Angel Court Bishopsgate without.
Kem in Laurence lane.
Mr.Kelling Clements lane.
Franc. Kemp Sice Lane.
JohnKent Basinghall street.
ThomasKent Bankside.
JamesKenier Michael Lane.
HenryKendall Bishopsgate Street.
JohnKendall Strand.
HenryKendall Basinghall Street, Blackwelhall Factor.
JohnKenuty Horsley-Down Southwark.
PeterKesterman Laurence Poun. lane.
ThomasKett Gravel Lane.
Mr.Keys Islington.
WilliamKiffin little Morefields.
Rich.Kickerbart in Whitechappel near the Barrs.
Mr.Kickerine Watling street.
Mr.Kitle Throgmorton street.
Mr.Kimball Laurence Pount. hill.
Lem.Kingdom Cornhill.
Edw.King Lymestreet.
Mr.King, Peters Alley.
Mr.King Waping.
Mr.King Hogsden.
Mr.King Bednall Green.
IsaacKingsland in Thames street near the Customhouse.
JohnKnape, Basinghall street.
Sir Rob.Knightly Seething Lane.
Mr.Knightly Thames street.
LuceKnightly Basinghall Street.
Mr.Knightly Hackney.
Rand.Knipe Fanchurch street.
JasperKawes Thames street near Alhallows.
JohnKouse Pauls Wharf.
JohnKroger Waping, Execution-Dock, in the East-walk Exchange.

[ L. ]


Lackstone Leadenhall Street.
Lagley Threadneedle Street.
Mr.Lambeth Creed Church Lane.
John Lamb Cullam Street.
Mr.Lamb Bell-Alley Coleman-street.
Ezek.Lampaine Dove-Court Swithins Lane.
JohnLangham Leadenhall Street.
JohnLangley Great Saint Hellens.
Mr.Lang Lymestreet.
Mr.Langford ditto.
Mr.Langton Bankside.
Mr.Lanvey Dukes Place.
JohnLangworth Basinghall str. Blackwelhall Factor.
Sam.Lamott Wheatsheaf-Alley Thames Street.
GeorgeLawrence Mark lane.
Sir JohnLawrence Great Saint Hellens.
John }
  &}Lawrence Queenstreet.
Pet.   }
Jam.Lawrey Crooked lane.
GawynLawrey Three Kings Court Lombard street.
Steph.Lawes Beerbinder lane.
Mr.Laweswood Tower street.
JohnLaw Bankside.
JohnLavero Lymestreet.
Mr.Lasher Little Tower hill.
Mr.Layta Aldermanbury.
Mr.Leigh in Cullam street, in Comp. with Thomas.
Mr.Leekins Newington Town.
Jos.Lee Throgmorton street.
RalphLee Threadneedle street.
Mr.Lee George Yard Lombard Street.
GodfreyLee Coleman Street.
Ald. JohnLane, in St. Lawrence-lane.
GerardLangerman, Burchin-lane.
JohnLegendre Nags-head Court Gracechurch street at Mr. Heybert.
JohnLegg London Wall.
Mr.Legg Coleman street.
Mr.Legole Basinghall street.
IsaacLegay Finsbury.
DavidLegrill Beerbinder lane.
JohnLemkuell Crooked lane.
Benj.Lenud, Bucklersbury.
Hertag.Lenton Broadstreet near London-wall.
Mr.Lepiner Southwark.
Sir Jo.Lethulier Mark lane.
Samuel }
Will &  }Lethulier, Broadstreet.
Abra.    }
Chisto.Lethulier Turn-wheel-lane.
Mr.Leuthalier Bush lane.
Nath.Letton Fanchurch-street.
JohnLetton Turn-wheel-lane.
Steph.Lewis, Fan-Church-street.
ThomasLewis, little St. Hellens.
JohnLewis, St. Mary Hill.
JohnLewis, Poultrey.
Sam.Lewin Barnaby-street.
CharlesLequein, Crown Court in Spittle-fields.
GeorgeLeygo, the Bridge.
RobertLiddell, Cornhill.
Mr.Lightfoot, Abchurch-lane.
JamesLile, St. Mary Hill.
Mr.Lille, Dowgate.
RogerLillington, Ironmonger-lane.
Humph.Linton, Broadstreet.
JamesLittleton, Berry-street.
ThomasLittle, Thames-street.
Mr.Littlepage Clements-lane.
Mr.Littlepage, Abchurch-lane.
Mr.Lock St. Bartholmew Close.
SamuelLock, Rood-lane.
Mr.Lock, Tower-street.
Mr.Lock, Goodmans-fields.
Mr.Lodwick, Fan-Church-street.
HenryLombery, Cheapside at the Kings Arms.
Mr.Longbottom, Basinghall-street, Blackwell-hall-Factor.
TimothyLemotuux, in Bow lane.
HenryLoo, London-wall.
WilliamLob, Tower-street.
Mr.Lose, Bank-side.
HenryLoads St. Mary-hill.
Sir Will.Loder, Mark-lane.
JacobLuce, Fan-Church-street.
MichaelLuce, Dukes-Place.
Mr.Ludlow, Bow-lane.
Nath.Lodington, Aldermanbury.
JamesLordell Fish-street-hill by the Monument.
JohnLorimore, Rood-lane.
JohnLord, Austin-Fryers, at Mr. Gar Vanvythusten.
Mr.Lorcaine Queen-street.
JohnLongent Fan-Church-str.
Ald.Love, St. Mary Ax.
MoseLowman, Fan-Church-street.
JohnLloyd, Martins-lane.

[ M. ]


Mace, Lyme-street.
Malvin St. Dunstans hill.
Mr. Man, Lyme-street.
Mr.Mansfield, Queen-street.
SamuelMansfield, Gravelane. Hounds-ditch.
JohnManing, Loathburry.
RalphManing and Hide, Coleman-street.
JosephMartin, Rood-lane.
JasperMartin, Mark-lane.
JohnMartin, Garlick-hill.
Mr.Martin, Hatton-Garden.
JohnMartin, Broad-street.
Mr.Mart, Hatton-Garden.
Mr.Marandew, Berry-street.
Mead.Marvill, Threadneedle-street.
SamuelMarvill, Seething-lane.
Mr.Marriot, Threadneedle-street.
Mr.Marsh, St. Mary-Ax.
Mr.Marsh, Trinity-lane.
Mr.Marsh, Finsbury.
Rich.Marsh, Shore-ditch.
Mr.Marsh, Lambeth.
GeorgeMarwood, Lawr. Pount. lane.
BriantMarshall at a Packer’s in Mincin-lane.
JohnMarshall, Barnaby-street.
Mr.Marshall, Montague-Close Southwark.
Widd.Marke, Fan-Church-street.
Mr.Markum, Wine-Office-Court, Fleet-street.
JohnMarvin, Crutchet-fryars.
TheWiddow of Lawr. Martell in Fanchurch street.
JamesMarthwaite, Leaden-hall-street.
RobertMasters, Crutchet-Fryers.
RobertMasters, Leaden-hall-str.
JohnMascal, Throgmorton-street.
RobertMason, Nicholas-lane.
Nath.Mason, Bell-Alley Coleman-street.
Mr.Mason, Iron-monger-lane, Blackwel-hall Factor.
JohnMatthews, St. Mary-hill.
Sir JohnMatthews, in Fan-Church-street, at a Packers near Cullam-street.
GeorgeMatson, lodger at an Upholsterer’s, Cornhill.
Mr.Matthews, Bow-lane.
WilliamMatthews, Scotyard in Bushlane.
RichardMatthews, Basing-hall-street, Blackwell-hall-Factor.
JohnMead, Great St. Hellens.
WilliamMead Fan-Church-street.
RobertMatthews, in Crutchet-Fryers.
NicholasMead, at a Confectioners, in Leadenhall street, near Lyme street.
JohnMead, Tower-hill.
JohnMear, Tower Royal.
HenryMeas, Berry-street.
WilliamMetcalf, at the Cross-keys, Camomile-street.
RobertMelish, Philpot-lane.
Mr.Mepot, Throgmorton-street.
JohnMorden, Bishopsgate-street.
Mr.Merreday, Cateaton-street.
Mr.Mereton, King-street.
ThomasMerry and Comp. Garlick hill.
DanielMercer, Bartholomew-lane.
SamuelMerrel, Seething-lane.
JohnMerlin, Broad-street.
Mr.Mevill near Fishmongers Hall, Thames-street.
Mr.Merat, Grace-Church-str.
Mr.Megoll, Gravel-lane, Houndsditch.
MarkMaubart, Throgmorton-street, New Court.
Samuel }
   and    }Michael, Poultrey.
Charles }
Mr.Michael, the Bridge.
BernardMichael, Clements-lane, Nags-head Court.
RichardMiddleton, Crutchet-fryers.
Mr.Middleton, Coleman-street.
FrancisMiller, Throgmorton-street.
Mr.Miller, Lyme-street.
WilliamMiles, Lombard-street at Tho. White’s.
EdwardMiles, Bush-lane.
FrancisMillington, Lawr. Pount. lane.
Mr.Mitton, in Aldermanbury.
JohnMitford, Fan-Church-str.
RobertMitford, Tenter-Alley, More-fields.
AnthonyMingay, Swithins-lane, near Lombard-street.
JohnMiggot, Threadneedle-str.
MarkMortimore, Tower-hill.
Mr.Moria, great St. Hellens.
JohnMorgan, Lodger, at Mr. Hopegoods, Throgmorton-street.
PeterMoreman, at a Packers in Mincin-lane.
SamuelMorse, Austin-Fryers.
EdwardMorse, Token-house-yard at Mr. Drapers.
WilliamMorse ditto.
JohnMoris, Austin-Fryers.
Humph.Moris, Broad-street.
RichardMoris, Cateaten-street.
Mr.Morto, Ropemakers-Alley.
ThomasMorgan, Aldermanbury.
SimonMorse, Cheapside.
NicholasMoysie, Pancras-lane.
MosesMocate, Camomile-street.
Mr.Montey, great St. Hellens.
Mr.Montey, Jewen-street.
RichardMonniel, Princess-street.
PeterMontage, Austin-Fryers.
StephenMontage, Winchester-street.
Mr.Monuty, Leaden-hall-str.
RobertMonteth, at a Packers Lawr. Pount.-lane.
Sir JohnMoore, Mincin-lane.
GeorgeMoore, Minories.
HenryMoody, Colchester-street.
Abra.Moone, Great St. Hellens, Comp. with Chamberlain.
Fred.Mooles, Angel-Court Throgmorton-street.
PeterMody, Walbrook, the sign of the Golden-key.
CharlesMuddeford, Fan-Church street.
Abra.Mumma, Crutchet-Fryers.
Mr.Muson, Barnaby-street.
Mr.Muce, Fan-Church-street.
Sam.Moyer, Walbrook.
Mr.Moyer, Rope-makers-Alley.

[ N. ]


Neal, Poultrey.
Godard Nelthorpe, Clarkenwell.
James Nelthorpe, Charterhouse Yard.
JohnNelson, Cannon-street.
CaptainNeedum, Aldermanbury.
Mr.Nunsan, Rosemary-lane.
Benj.Newland, Mark-lane.
SamuelNewton, Crown-Court, Grace-Church-street.
JohnNewton, Crutchet-Fryers.
JohnNewton, Mile-end-Town.
August.Newball, Grub-street.
JohnNichols, Tower-hill.
Phil.Nichols, ditto.
JohnNichols, Mincin-lane.
DanielNichols, Ironmonger-lane.
RichardNichols, Rosemary-lane.
EdwardNichols, Broad-street.
Humph.Nicholson, Mile-end-green.
Jeff.Nightingall, Clements-lane.
Lawr.Nigi, Walbrook, Bonds Court.
HenryNorton, ditto.
Mr.Norton, Cateaten-street.
DanielNorton, Cornhill.
HeneageNorton, at Mr. Willoughby Throgmorton-street.
Mr.Norington, Grace-Church-street.
Mr.Norder, the Horse-Ferry, Westminster.
JamesNunns, near Dukes-Place.
WilliamNutt, Gun-yard Hounds-ditch.
Mr.Nuport, Cateaten-street, Blackwell-hall, Factor.

[ O. ]


Oadick, Austin-Fryers.
Oleverez, Dukes-Place.
Hermin Olmius, Bishopsgate without Angel-Alley.
RobertOldworth, Copt-hall-court, Throgmorton-street.
RichardOnslow, Hatton-Garden.
ThomasOndby, Aldermanbury.
PeterOtgar, St. Mary-hill.
Justin }
   and  }Otgat at Ald. Dogget, Lawrence Pount. hill.
Abra. }
WilliamOtwood, Lyme-street.
PeterOrgueld, Peter-hill.
Mr.Orey, Pudding-lane.
EgbertOutvarst, Great St. Hellens.
JohnOsgood, White-Hart Court, Grace-Church-street.
Cornel.Oswald, Berry-street.
RichardOwens, Swan-Alley, Coleman street.
PeterOversheld, St. Mary-Ax.
RichardOverman, Oxford Court Cannon-street.
Mr.Oyles, Basing-hall-street, Blackwell-hall, Factor.
RichardOakley, in Coleman-street, Blackwell-hall, Factor.

[ P. ]


Page, Bishopsgate-street.
Pagetor, Hogsdan.
William Paggen, St. Dunstan Hill.
WilliamPain, ditto.
Mr.Painer, Camomile Street.
Abra.Palmentier, in Goldsmith Street.
EdwardPalmer, Nicholas Lane.
WilliamPalmer, Bishopsgate without Angel Alley.
ThomasPapillion, Fan-Church-Str.
Mr.Patts, Fan-Church Street.
Mr.Panier, St. Mary-Ax.
Mr.Panton, Chiswell Street.
PeterParavicin, Fanchurch str.
Mr.Parker, Buttolph-Lane.
RobertParker, Fish-street Hill.
Mr.Parker, Throgmorton Street.
AndrewPancier, in New Court Throgmorton street.
FrancisPargetor, Mon-Yard Black Fryers.
LewisParan, Bell Alley, Coleman Street.
Mr.Parret, Stepney.
DanielParret, Lawrence Pount. Hill.
Mr.Parr, little Moore Fields.
Mr.Parsons, Ironmonger Lane.
EdwardParr, Koxis Key.
JohnPeatorson; at a Packers in Basinghall Street.
Sir JohnPeak Grace-Church Street.
WilliamPeak, Leadenhall Street.
Benj.Peak, Winchester Street.
WilliamPocock, Basinghall Street.
RichardPeele, Bankside.
WilliamPennington St. Mary-Ax.
IsaacPennington, Well-Court, Queen Street.
WilliamPendarvis, Lyme Street.
RichardPendarvis, Swithins Lane.
SamuelPen, Without Algate.
DavidPersore, Dukes-Place.
Movill }
   and   }Perrera, Dukes-Place.
Lopes  }
WilliamPetters, Throgmorton Str.
Mr.Pethouse, Love Lane.
Mr.Peps, Threadneedle Street.
ThomasPhillips, Martins Lane.
Mr.Phillips, Bankside.
Mr.Phillips, Com. with Browne Lombard Street.
Sir Rich.Pickett, Loathbury.
Mr.Pickett, Berry Street.
Mr.Pickett, Colledge Hill.
Mr.Pickett, Fishstreet Hill at an Apothecary’s.
JamesPickering, and Comp. Nicholas Lane for Ordnary.
ThomasPilkington Bush Lane Scot Yard.
WilliamPistorius, at Mr. Whitehead Packer in Broad-Street.
Mr.Pinchback in Ironmonger Lane.
PhillipPim, Mincin Lane.
StephenPitts, St. Dunstan Hill.
Mr.Pitts, the Bridge.
WilliamPlymton London Wall Cross-keys Court.
Mr.Playfoot, Old Jury Blackwelhall Factor.
Mr.Polixfield, Walbrook.
ThomasPolter, Dukes-Place.
HenryPolstead, Bednal-Green.
Mr.Ponia, New Court Throgmorton Street.
Mr.Pompillion, Newsmans Yard Cornhill.
Mr.Ponder, Tower Street.
JamesPope, Abchurch Lane.
Alexand.Pope, Broadstreet.
JosephPope, Redriff.
DanielPortaine, Berry Street.
WilliamPortington, Swithins lane.
Mr.Pordage, Lawr. Pountney Lane.
JohnPordage, Cheapside, at the Swan and Harp.
JosiaPotter, Loathbury.
Mr.Potter, Old Jury.
GeorgePotts, Tower Street.
HenryPottinger, Bankside.
WilliamPowell, Abchurch Lane.
Mr.Powell, the Bridge.
WilliamPoulden, Gravill Lane, Hounds-ditch.
WilliamPoynes, Throgmorton Str.
ThomasPoynes, Broad Street.
Mr.Prawing, Oxford Court, Cannon Street.
Mr.Predox, Michael Lane.
JohnPrestwood, Coleman Street.
CaptainPreston, Mile-end-Green.
PaulPriaulx, Finsberry.
Jos.Prickman, Fanchurch Str.
Mr.Prickmez, St. Mary-Ax.
JohnPrice, Three King Court, Lombard Street.
WilliamPriscott, Angel Court, Throgmorton Street.
EdwardPuckridge, Broad Street.
RobertPuckell, Thames Street near Gally-key.
ThomasPuckle, Austin-Fryers.
SamuelPutt Beerbinder Lane.
Mr.Putick, Berry Street.
JohnPym, Winchester Street.
DavidProle, Basinghall Street, Blackwell Hall Factor.
Sir Will.Prayward, at Carpenters Hall London-wall.

[ R. ]


Rainsford, Bow lane.
Raimez, Mincin lane.
James Ralphson, Chequer Yard, Dowgate.
MatthewRandall, Chain Alley.
Mr.Randall, Fanchurch Street.
MatthewRandall, Throgmorton Str.
EdwardRandall, Queen Street.
Mr.Randsosse, great S. Hellens.
Mr.Ranalson, Martins lane.
FrancisRape, at a Confectioners in Walbrook.
Mr.Ratliff, Fishstreet Hill.
GeorgeRavencroft, Westminster, Turkey Walk Exchange.
JohnRawlins, Cloapton Hackney.
JohnRayner, Leadenhall street.
JohnRayner, Clements lane.
Mr.Rayledge, Devonshire-House.
Mr.Reanals, Basinghall street, Blackwel Hall Factor.
ThomasRea, Princess Street.
Mr.Reeves, Great St. Hellens.
Jos.Reeves, Barnarby Street.
JohnReede, Aldermanbury.
StephenReade, Leadenhall Street.
ThomasReeve, Cornhill, lodger at an Upholsterers.
WilliamRegoat, Gravil lane, Hounds-ditch.
ArthurRemington, Broad Street.
PeterRenew, Philpot lane.
Theoph.Revell, Thames Street near Billingsgate.
JohnRichardson, Water lane.
Rand.Richardson, near Fishmongers Hall.
EdwardRichbell, Berry Street.
Mr.Richmond, Harp lane.
JohnRiches, Lawr. Pount. lane.
CaptainRich, Bankside.
HenryRicardus, at Ald. Jeffery’s Berry Street.
Mr.Richards, without Newgate.
Mr.Ridley, Grubstreet.
WilliamRobards, Leadenhall street.
RichardRobards, without Bishopsgate.
Gab.Robards, London-Wall, Carpenters Hall.
Gar.Robards, White Hart Court, Grace Church str.
ThomasRobards, George Yard, Lombard Street.
Mr.Robards, Crooked lane.
Mr.Robards, Berry Street.
Lenc.Robinson, and Comp. Nicholas’s lane.
AndrewRobinson, Three Kings Court: Lombard Street.
WilliamRobinson, Mark lane.
Mr.Robinson, Crooked lane.
GeorgeRobins, ditto.
Mr.Robulus, Berry Street.
GomezRodrigues, ditto.
NicholasRoo, Leadenhall Street.
RichardRoo, White Hart Court Grace Church Street.
Mr.Roo, Corbit Court Grace Church Street.
Rand.Roper, near the Armitage.
Jos.Rooksby, Mincin lane.
Mr.Rooksby }
Mr.Rooksby } Stepney.
JohnRowland, Winchester street.
NicholasRowles, Threadneedle str.
TimothyRoyly, Dowgate.
JohnRoyly, Soper lane.
SamuelRoyston, Bucklers Berry.
JeremyRoyston, Poultrey.
EdwardRudge, St. Mary-Ax.
Mr.Rudge, Redriff.
RichardRussell, Bush lane, Scot yard.
Mr.Russell by the Bridge.
Mr.Rucket, Minories.

[ S. ]


Sadler, Mugwell Street.
Sadler, Walbrook.
Samuel Sale, in Lymestreet Comp. with Scopin.
HenrySalter, Fanchurch street.
Mr.Salter, in Princes street.
RichardSallaway, Oxford Court in Cannon street.
JohnSallaway, at Mr. Cockrams Swithins lane.
SamuelSambrook, Tower street.
WilliamSambrook, Queen street.
Mr.Samuel, Dukes-Place.
EdwardSanders, Thomas Apostles.
JohnSanders, Throgmorton str.
PhilipSanderson, in St. Lowrence lane.
EdwardSanders, Buttolf lane.
Mr.Sanders, Thames street.
EdwardSanders, Newington Green.
HenrySanders, Broadstreet.
Mr.Sanders, Bucklers Berry.
JohnSanford, Basinghall street.
Mr.Sands, Beerbinder lane.
Mr.Saneeis, Talbot Court Grace Church street.
Clem.Sawyer, little Trinity lane.
JohnSawyer, Ivy-lane.
Abra.Sayon at Mr. Stubbs in Swithins lane.
LucasScantes, Lyme-street.
Mr.Scanly, the Bridge.
WilliamScarlet, Tower street at a Drapers.
Mr.Scarlet, Newington Green.
EdwardScuyt, Loathybury at the Bear and Fountain.
JohnScopen and Comp. Lyme-street.
WilliamScoing, Lawr. Pount. lane.
RichardScot Basinghall street.
Mr.Scot, London-wall Blackwel Hall Factor.
JohnSerape, Loathbury.
DanielScoken, Threadneedle str.
Mr.Scowell, Buttolph lane.
EdwardSeaman, Thames street.
MichaelSederis, Mark lane.
PeterSedgwick, in Martins lane.
Obad.Sedgwick, Fanchurch str.
Mr.Sedgwick, Beerbinder lane.
Mr.Sedgwick, Swithins lane.
Mr.Seneris, little Eastchip.
JosephSerjeant, St. John street, Irish-Walk Exchange.
ArnoldSertillion, Fanchurch street.
Arth.Sexagomes, Minories.
Mr.Shaw, St. Dunstans Hill.
JohnShelden, Cannon street.
JohnShelden in Dukes-Place near the Church.
WilliamShelden, the Bridge.
    Basal }
    and    }Sherman, Tower Hill.
WilliamSherrington, Bishopsgate street.
HenrySheeth, Aldermanbury.
SamuelShepherd, Michaels lane.
Mr.Shepherd, Bucklersbury.
JohnShepherd, White Hart Court Grace Church str.
ThomasShepherd, Abchurch lane.
Mr.Sherbrook, Company, with Mr. Clark in Cheapside.
WilliamSherbrook, St. Hellens.
Sir JohnShorter, Bankside.
JamesSherlock, at Queen Hive.
CharlesShorter, ditto.
WilliamShort, Ditto.
Mr.Shieres, Crutchet Fryers.
Mr.Shieres, Ratliff Cross.
Mr.Shilgrove, Buttolph lane.
WilliamShipman Tower Hill.
Mr.Sigues, Goodmans Fields.
WilliamSikes, lodger at a Packers in Swithins lane.
EdwardSilvester Thames street.
Mr.Silvester Camomile street.
Mr.Silgrove, Love lane.
Mr.Silver, Minories.
Mr.Silver Camomile-street.
George }
   and    }Sitwell, Leadenhall str.
Robert }
ThomasSymons, Cateaton street.
EdwardSymons, Masons Alley in Cornhill.
MichaelSivex, Mark lane.
DanielSkinner, Crutchet Fryers.
Benj.Skutt, Great St. Hellens.
JohnSkinner, Austin Fryers.
DanielSkinner, Barthol. lane.
Mr.Skinner, Camberry House at Islington.
Mr.Skinner, Ironmonger lane.
Nath.Skinner, Kings Arms Yard Coleman street.
Mr.Skinner in Cateaton sttreet. [sic.]
RichardSlinger, Philpot lane.
Par.Slater, Basinghall street Blackwelhall-Factor.
Benj.Smart, Broad street.
Mr.Smith in Grubstreet.
Sir Jam.Smith, Kings Arms Yard Coleman street.
JohnSmith Camomile street.
    and    }Smith, Little St. Hellens.
   John   }
Nath.Smith, Woodstreet, at an Apothecary’s.
JohnSmith Cheapside.
JohnSmith Walbrook.
Ald.Smith Clarkenwell Green.
Mr.Smith ditto.
Mr.Smith ditto.
Mr.Smith Grubstreet.
Mr.Smith Water side near Billingsgate.
ThomasSmith backside the Exchange at a Packer’s.
Ald.Smith, Bankside.
ThomasSmith Bankside at a Pack.
WilliamSmith Bunhill.
Mr.Smith, Peter’s Alley Cornh.
JamesSmith Clink street.
JohnSmith Mark lane.
GeorgeSnell Lawr. Pount. Hill.
JohnSnelling Tuly street.
Mr.Snow Shadwell.
WilliamSomers Aldermary Church Yard.
Mr.Southwell Crutchet Fryers.
SamuelSouthton Broad street.
JohnSouth George Yard, Lombard street.
Mr.Southerby Hackney.
PeterSouthwick Coleman street.
Mr.Spicer Abchurch lane.
Mr.Spicer Goodmans Fields.
Mr.Spencer Minories.
Mr.Spencer Newington Green.
PeterSplit Armitage Wapping.
HenrySpencer Mark lane.
Sir Tho.Stamp Basinghall street.
GeorgeStanpel a Stationer near the Exchange.
Mr.Standley, St. Dunstans hill.
Will.Stavendish Thames street.
Mr.Stacy Pickle Herring.
Mr.Stacy Thames street near Billingsgate.
Isa.Stackman Broad street.
RogerStackhard Coleman street.
Mr.Stenenis Berry street.
Mr.Steneque Threadneedle str.
FarlyStephenson at Billingsgate every morning.
Mr.Stevenson Threadn. street.
Mr.Stevenson Bishopsgate str.
ThomasStevenson Old Fish-street.
RichardSteele Nags-head Court in Grace Church Street.
Mr.Stenenis Hogsdon.
Mr.Steres Tuly street.
WilliamStiles Shadwell.
Mr.Stipkins Pauls Wharf.
SamuelStorey Sice lane.
JohnStorey Bow Church Yard.
JohnStory Leadenhall street at a Packer’s.
RogerStockhard Coleman street.
Mr.Stonnier Durham Yard.
Jer.Stone Nich. lane.
GeorgeStrinyard Crutchet Fryers.
Mr.Streete Mark lane.
Mr.Strood Lawr. Pount. lane.
HughStrood Pudding lane.
WilliamStrude at Mr. Atterberry Throgmorton street.
Nath.Strange Swithins lane at a Packer’s.
Mr.Stronge Queen street.
Mr.Stracey Grace Church str.
HenryStroud Lawr. Pount. lane.
AnthonySturt Minories.
Mr.Sturt Throgmorton street.
JohnStubbs St. Swithins lane.
ThomasStubbings Cloak lane.
Isaac  }
   &}Swares Dukes-Place.
Jacob }
Mr.Swanham St. Katherines.
SamuelSwinock, Fanchurch street. Pye Alley.
JohnSwinton Water-lane.
RichardSwithins Lawr. Pount. Hill.
Mr.Swift Welstreet Hackney.
Mr.Squib Palace Yard Westminster.
Bar.Scirps at Mr. Nelmes Packer in Beerbinder lane.

[ T. ]


Tawden St. Martins lane.
Tanner Berry street.
Mr.Tares Dukes-Place.
John Taylor Basinghall street Blackwelhall Factor.
JohnTaylor Talbot Court Grace Church street.
JohnTaylor Budg Row.
Mr.Taylor Throgmorton str.
Mr.Taylor Newington Butts.
Mr.Taylor Wildstreet.
JohnTaylor Mile-end Green.
JamesTaylor Fleetstreet Peterborough Court.
Mr.Tedway Distaff lane.
JamesTherey Fanchurch street.
Mr.Terrenis, Watling street.
Mr.Terick Kingsland.
IsaacTellis Berry street.
Ald.Tinch Fanchurch street.
WalterThimbleton Bednal Green Irish Walk.
Mr.Thinn Lawr. Pount. lane.
IsaacTestard Throgmorton str.
WilliamThrogmorton Trinity lane.
Sir Will.Thompson Lyme street.
MajorThompson Newington.
FrancisThompson Tower Hill.
KategenThomas Bankside.
WilliamThomas Cullam street.
WilliamThomas Basinghall street Blackwelhall Factor.
Christ.Tomlinson Martins Lane.
Coll.Thornborow Mincin lane.
Mr.Thornwell Lyme street.
RobertThornton ditto.
Benj.Thorowgood Cornhill.
RobertThorner at Mr. Leigh Finsbury.
Mr.Thursby, Bishopsg. without.
WilliamTichburn Lawr. Pount. lane.
EdwardTidcombe Coleman street.
RichardTilden Tower street.
RichardTilden White Chappel.
Mr.Tilfoard Chiswell street.
Abra.Tilard Finsbury.
Jos.Tillingson Kings Arms Yard, Coleman street.
Mr.Tyson Coleman street Blackwelhall Factor.
Mr.Tinch Newington Green.
Mr.Tinch St. Mary-Ax.
Walt.Tindall Bunhill.
FrancisTierrens St. Swithins lane.
Mr.Tolson Cateaton street.
Mr.Tomliz Bow Church Yard.
GeorgeToriano Nicholas lane.
Ald. Fran.Townely Mincin lane.
JohnTownsend Broadstreet.
RobertTownsend Lawr. Pount. lane.
Mr.Townsend Fishstreet Hill.
EdwardTowes Great St. Hellens.
Benj.Took Loathbury.
Mr.Trannell Tower Hill.
CharlesTrinquand Mark lane.
GeorgeTrinchard Billiter lane.
Mr.Trenacker Clopton Hackney.
Theod.Trotle near Fishmongers Hall Thames street.
Mr.Tronantle Bankside.
AnthonyTretheuie Portugal Row.
Pier.Trott Vine Court Bishopsgate without.
Mr.Treres St. Olives street Southwark.
Mr.Tut Berry street.
RignalTucker Rood lane.
Sam.Tucker Martins lane.
JohnTudman Throgmorton str.
Sir Hen.Tulce Loathbury.
Mr.Turpin Throgmorton street.
Mr.Turnel Billiter lane.
JohnTurner Suffolk lane.
ThomasTuson in Swithins lane.
ThomasTwisden Throgmorton str.
ThomasTwisden little Morefields.
FrancisTyson Philpot lane.
RichardTorner lodger at Mr. Edw. Wats in Mark lane.

[ V. ]


Vallentine Basinghall str. Blackwelhall Factor.
Vanderbrusten Thames str.
Jo. Bapt. Vanderhoeven Seething lane.
Mr.Vanderhou ditto.
   Phil.  }
    and   }Vanbrewsigham Philpot lane.
ChristiansVanbreda Samuel, Fan-Church street.
Mr.Vandamlyt Camomile str.
George  }
    and    }Vanham great S. Hellens.
William }
Ger.Vanuythuyson Austin Fr.
Mr.Van Morris ditto.
DanielVan Milder Throgmorton street.
PeterVanden Anchor Lyme str.
Widd.Vandermarsh ditto.
PeterVandermarsh Martins lane.
PeterVandebob Lawr. Pount. lane.
WilliamVandenbergh ditto.
PeterVanderbusten Alhallows Thames street.
JohnVannerson Kings Arms Yard Coleman street.
PeterVandeput Basinghall str.
JohnVanhack Abchurch lane.
Mr.Vannet Bucklers Berry.
Mr.Van Diuer Lawr. Pount. lane.
Mr.Van Blisse Wapping.
NicholasVan Milder ditto.
DanielVan Pray Clink street Mary-gold stairs Southw.
JohnVan Wachtendonek Leadenhall street.
Law.Vanham St. Katherines.
Corn.Vandures S. Swithins lane.
Constan.Vanetti Seething lane.
PeterVan Cittert at Mr. John Martin Elkins Lawrence Pount. lane.
FrancisVan Acker Abchurch lane.
JohnVan Laere Paul’s Church Yard near the School.
Mr.Vbetter St. Mary Ax.
    and   }Varnon Gravil lane Hounds-ditch.
    John }
Mr.Varnon Hartichoak lane [sic.] Wapping.
JohnVarnon Cherry-tree Alley little Morefields.
JohnVarnon Coleman street.
ThomasVerbeck Broad street.
CalibVeren Pickled Herring.
WilliamVeager Bishopsg. without in White Hart Yard.
Mr.Vine Armitage.
IsaacVink Austin Fryers.
PeterVertirini Mark lane.
Mr.Villeway Montague Court Southwork.
Mr.Visher St. Mary Hill.
Mr.Vespreet and Vandenbrook Lyme street.
Cornel.Van Beselor Walter in Crooked lane.

[ U. ]


Upton Dukes-Place.
Upton ditto.
Mr.Upton Newington Town.
Gilb. Upton Cloak lane.
Mr.Unis Dukes-Place.
ThomasVernon in Coleman street.

[ W. ]


Wade Sheerbon lane.
Wade Tower Hill.
Henry Wade Mincin lane comp. with Burkin.
MatthewWalker Throgmorton str.
JamesWallis Fanchurch street.
Ald.Waldow Cheapside.
Mr.Waldo Spittle-fields.
AnthonyWallinger Oxford Court Cannon street.
Abra. }
  and  }Walwin Lawr. Pount. hill.
John  }
Sir Pat.Ward Lawr. Pount. Hill.
Mr.Ward little Moor fields.
Mr.Ward Ironmonger lane.
JamesWard Kings Arms Yard Coleman street.
JamesWard Oxford Court Cannon street.
Sir Will.Warren Wapping.
WilliamWarren Fanchurch street.
NicholasWarren Lyme street.
Mr.Warren Gun Yard.
HenryWarren Old Jury.
Mr.Warren Old Jury Blackwelhall Factor.
WilliamWarr Seething lane.
Mr.Wardner Leaden Hall street.
WilliamWarle Fishstreet Hill.
EdmondWarner Throgmorton str.
Mr.Warner Angel Court S. Martins le Grand.
HenryWarner Colledge Hill.
WilliamWarner Mincin lane.
SamuelWastall Vine Court Spittle fields.
Sir Geor.Waterman Thames street.
Ed.Watts Mark lane.
GeorgeWatts Aldersgate street.
JohnWatts at Mr. Smarts in Broad street.
Mich.Watts Old Jury.
Mr.Watkins Lymestreet.
PeterWatson Aldermanbury Love lane.
Mr.Watter Colledge Hill.
WilliamWebb Throgmorton street.
ThomasWebb ditto.
Mr.Webb London wall.
JamesWelden Princess street.
Mr.Wells little Moorefields.
GeorgeWillington and Comp. with Alcock Coleman street.
Mat.Wentworth, Ironmonger lane Blackwelhall Fact.
Mr.Wentworth Aldersgate str.
Phil. }
 and  }Werts Crutchet Fryers.
John }
Ger.Westcomb great S. Hellens.
RichardWestcomb Lyme street.
Mr.Westbrook Aldermanbury.
Mr.Westhorne Ironmonger lane.
OliverWestland Bishopsgate str. lodger at an Upholsterers.
Nath.Westland Bankside.
Mr.West Petty France Morefields.
Abra.Wesset Bishopsgate street without Whitegate Alley.
Ger.Weymans Thames street.
Mr.Weymansset Bankside.
Mr.Winise Philpot lane.
Mr.Winbart Mincin lane.
Mr.Whistler Sheerbon lane.
Mr.Wilson Old Jury Blackwelhall Factor.
Mr.Whatton and Wilcox Cheapside.
ThomasWhitebread Mark lane.
JohnWhithall Philpot lane.
Sir Steph.}
     and     }White Kingsland Spanish Walk Exchange.
     Mr.     }
WilliamWhite Fanchurch street.
ThomasWhite Minories Goodmans Yard.
Mr.Whitefield Dukes-Place.
JohnWhitehead Aldermanbury.
WilliamWhitehead Petty France.
JohnWhithead Broad street.
Mr.Whiting Coleman street Blackwelhall Factor.
Mr.Woolkins in Basinghall str. Blackwelhall Factor.
GeorgeWoodford Basinghall str. Blackwel hall Factor.
Mr.Woodward Thames street.
Jonath.Woodhouse ditto.
WilliamWood Wapping.
Mr.Wood in Basinghall str. Blackwelhall Factor.
Mr.Wood Berry street.
Mr.Woodman Wapping.
Mr.Woolhouse St. Mary-Ax.
AdamWooley Bucklers Berry.
RobertWooley Mincin lane.
Mr.Woots Cateaton street.
JohnWolf Little Moore fields.
Mr.Woodroft Little St. Bartholomews.
Mr.Wordner St. Mary-Ax.
Mr.Wosham Broad street.
Mr.Wildy Basinghall street Blackwell-hall Factor.
HenryWild near the Old Swan Thames street.
    and    }Wild Billiter lane.
    Ralph }
GeorgeWilloughby Throgmorton street.
RobertWilson Little More-fields.
ThomasWilson Bishopsgate without.
Mr.Wilson Broad street.
RobertWilliamson Turn-wheel lane.
JamesWilliamson Lawr. Pount. lane.
JohnWilmor Jewen street.
Humph.Willet Swithins lane.
WilliamWillis and Gore Swan Alley Coleman street.
Mr.Willoughby Mark lane.
WilliamWindow Tower Hill.
Mr.Winhack Aldermanbury.
Mr.Wise Fanchurch street.
ThomasWise and Lumbes Threadneedle street.
Mr.Winefield Buttolph lane.
Mr.Winch Shadwell.
Mr.Winash Armitage.
Benj.Wetcomb Coleman street.
Mr.Wilcox Basinghall street Blackwelhall Factor.
Mr.Wright Water-lane.
Mr.Wright Bankside.
Jos.Wright Aldersgate street.
Mr.Wright near St. Thomas Apostles.

[ Y. ]


Yates the Bridge.
Young Mincin lane.
Richard Young Leadenhall street.
JamesYoung Dukes-Place.
Nath.Young at the African House.
ThomasYoakly Tower street in a Court near Mark lane.
ThomasYoaksly in Cannon street near the Blew Bell.

Hereunto is added an Addition of all the Goldsmiths that keep Runing Cashes.



Addis and Company at the Sun in Lumbard street.



Bolitho and Mr. Wilson at the Golden Lion
in Lumbard street
JohnBallard at the Unicorn Lumbard street.
JobBolton at the Bolt and Tun in Lumbard Street.
RichardBlanchard }
   and } at the Mary-gold in Fleet-street.
Child }



Cook }
  } at the Griffin in Exchange
Nicholas Cary  }   Alley.
Mr.Cutbert in Cheapside.
Mr.Coggs in the Strand at the Kings-head.
Mr.Churchill at the in the Strand.



Duncomb }
 } at the Grashopper in
Richard Kent }   Lumbard street.



 } at the Angell and Crown
Benj. Norington}   in Lumbard str.
Mr.East at the in the Strand.



Fowles at the Black Lion in Fleetstreet.


and  }

Hornboy at the Star in Lumbard
Nath. } 
JohnHind } over against the
ThomasCarwood }   Exchange in Cornhill.
Benj.Hinton at the Flower de Luce in Lumbard street.
JamesHerriot at the Naked Boy in Fleetstreet.
JamesHore at the Golden Bottle in Cheapside.



Johnson at the Three Flower de Luces
  in Cheapside.



Kilborne }
  and } at the Kings Head
Capill }   in Lumbard street.
Mr.Kenton at the Kings-Arms in Fleetstreet.
Mr.Ketch at the Black-Horse in the Strand.



Lamb at the Grapes in Lumbard street.
JamesLapley at the Three Cocks Cheapside.



Mawson and Comp. at the Golden Hind
  in Fleet str.



Nelthorpe at the Rose in Lumbard street.



Price at the Goat in Lumbard street.
Peter Percefull  }
and} at the Black Boy in Lumbard
StephenEvans  }   street.
ThomasPardo at the Golden Anchor in Lumbard street.



Rowe } at the George in Lumbard
  }   street.
Thomas Green }



Stocks at the Black-Horse in
  Lumbard str.
JohnSweetaple at the Black-Moors-Head in Lumbard street.
JohnSnell at the Fox in Lum-street.
MichaelSchrimpshaw at the Golden Lion in Fleetstreet.
RichardStayley in Covent Garden.



Temple } at the Three Tunns in
 }   Lumbard str.
John Seale }
JohnThursby at the Ball in Lumbard street.
Bar.Turner } at the Fleece in Lumbard
and }   street.
SamuelTookie }


Major Joh.

Wallis at the Angell in Lumbard
Peter Wade at the Mearmaid in Lumbard street.
PeterWhite} at the Plough in Lumbard
and }   street.
 Churchill }
ThomasWhite at the Blew Anchor in Lumbard street.
ThomasWilliams at the Crown in Lumbard street.
RobertWard } at the Ram in Lumbard
and  }   str.
JohnTowneley }


Flowerdew at Rowl. Dee in the Poultrey.
Benj. Bathurst St. Mary-Ax.
Benj.Rigfath Nicholas lane.
Jasp.Chapman Basinghall str.
PeterVergrew in New Court in Throgmorton street.
JohnConine in Salisbury Court.
AugustAllard in Kings street.
Will.Fasset Dutch Walk Exch.
Ja.Caepell at the Bee-hive in Watlin street.
GeorgeCokp near St. Dunstan’s lodger at a Widdows.
Hougoand John Lent at a Packers St. Dunstan’s Hill.
JohnBurrow in Bush lane.
Cap.Nunssan at the Insur. Office.
Edw.Blake Tower street.
Nich.Lock Batholomew Close.
JohnBlake St. Swithins lane at a Packer’s.
Will.Depestor Broad street at the Surgeons Arms.
JohnEdmonds in Philpot lane.
Edw.Wards Basinghall street.
JamesEyton Fish-street Hill.
Warw.Yard African-House.
SamuelBurlingham and Comp. in Angel Court in Lumbard street.
RalphFar at Mile-end Green.
PaulAlestry in St. Martins lane.
JohnBruse Fanchurch street.
Mr.Brabant in St. Swithins lane at a Packer’s.
SamuelBraborne at his Brother Mr. Braborne in the Poultry.
SimonClark in Love lane Aldermanbury.
AdrianVan Schipcroot in Muddiford Court Fanchurch str.
JohnMorris at Mr. Baker’s Almary Church Yard.
Stat.Ahearns Lawr. Poult. Hill.

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Many entries are out of alphabetical order. No change has been made.

The 1863 Introduction has page numbering (v to xxii) but the Catalogue itself reproduced in the following 129 pages has no numbering.

The letter ſ (long-form s) was used extensively but sometimes inconsistently in the book and has been replaced by the normal s in all cases in the etext.

Some errors from the 1677 Catalogue were carried forward in the 1863 reproduction and marked with [sic.] in the text. These have been left unchanged in the etext.

The printer’s catchwords at the bottom of every page on the 1677 Catalogue were carried forward in the 1863 text. These have all been removed in the etext.

The capital letter of a name was italicized in over two hundred instances and was perhaps a printer’s artifact and not the 1677 compiler’s choice. These have been left unchanged in the etext.

A few instances of a clearly incorrect punctuation mark have been silently changed, for example ‘Mr,’ was changed to ‘Mr.’ Many instances of a missing comma, for example after the surname, have not been altered.

All addresses were italicized and all names were not. A half dozen instances of italic inconsistency were silently changed.

The ‘Goldsmiths’ section had two small lists under the letter ‘H’ heading. These have been combined into one list.

In the Introduction:
  Page xviii, ‘ia a good suggestion’ replaced by ‘is a good suggestion’.

In the Catalogue entry with surname ‘xxxxx;’:
  Bultell; ‘Anstin-fryars’ replaced by ‘Austin-fryars’.
  Burdit; ‘Bobert’ replaced by ‘Robert’.
  Deluna; ‘Great Saint Hel-’ replaced by ‘Great Saint Hellens.’.
  Demodina; ‘Great St. Hel-’ replaced by ‘Great St. Hellens.’.
  Doggett; ‘Pouut. Hill’ replaced by ‘Pount. Hill’.
  Hill; ‘Rredriff’ replaced by ‘Redriff’.
  Vergrew; ‘Throgmortou street’ replaced by ‘Throgmorton street’.