Index

This index relates to the catalogue text only and not to the text within the images (rare exceptions are in parentheses). For indexing of the original items, please see the John Johnson online catalogue. References are to item numbers unless preceded by p. (page). There are two sequences of page numbers: I-IX and 1-152.

Abingdon 114
Ackermann, Rudolph 173-175, 177, 184, pp.7684
Adam, Robert 130, 246, 268, p.11
Addison, Joseph 34
Adler, C. 203
Agriculture 80, 196, 283
Albert, Prince 195, 196, 200, 201
Alderson, Mary 140
Alken, Henry 243
Allan, James 99
Allen, Robert 184
Allen, William 50
Almanacks 213, 222
Alnwick 77, 78, 101, 239
Alphabets 288, 289
Amsterdam Ink 19, 147
Andover p.135
Andrews, William 293
Anne, Queen 20
Antinoë p.III
Any Chairs to Mend
 122
Apothecaries see Chemists and druggists
Appold’s centrifugal pump 195
Appraisers 49, 270-272, p.123
Apprentices 9, 22, 51, 89, 113, 184, 217-220, 280, pp.64, 102127
Aquatints 173-177, 236, p.84
Archery 94
Architects 38
Argand’s Patent Lamp 58
Arms 269
Arnold, Elizabeth 153
Arnold, Thomas 153
Arpthorp, John 252
Art of Drawing on Stone, The (Hullmandel) 98
Art of Stocking-frame-work Knitting, The 222
Ash, Samuel 303
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 332
Ass’s milk 36
Astrologers 131
Atkins, Thomas 20
Atkinson 81
Auctioneers 271
Austen, Jane 176, p.VIII
Austin, John 325
Azimuth compass 5

Bacon, John 130
Bagford, John pp.VIII9
Bailey, William pp.VIII43
Baker and Fourdrinier 35
Bakers 127
Ballads 151, 184, 200, pp.VI, 53
Balley, W. 300
Bampton 43, 44, 109, 110, 137, p.42
Banbury 45
Banks Norfolk and Norwich Tea Warehouse 161
Banks, Sarah (Collection), British Museum pp.VIII42
Banting, Martha 137
Barbers 3, 213, p.102
Barfield, J. 266
Barker, James 227
Barn, factotum 3
Barnes, Joseph 7
Barritt, James L. 97
Bartolozzi, Francesco 91, pp.4243
Bartolozzi, school of 92
Basket makers 41, 126, 229, 230, 285, p.102
Bath 82, 177, 282
Beaufort, Duke of 243
Beaurain 297
Beaux Disaster, The 2
Bedford 154, 155
Beer Street 89
Belgian Court (Great Exhibition) 212
Belgian trade cards 73, 74, 75, p.33
Bell founders 199
Bell hangers 154, 155, 305, 306
Bellmen 123
Bennett, James 64
Bennett, Solomon 240
Bentley, Percivall 59
Bentley and Son 59
Betts, John T. 66
Bewick, Thomas 78, 93, 101
Bickham p.42
Bideford 88
Bidstrup, John 250, pp.IX115
Binders 22, 26, 34, 69, 70, 88, 167, 192
Bird, John 22, p.43
Birmingham 164, 189, 190, 264, 269, 282, 337
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock 104(h)
Blotters 204
Bloxam and Fourdrinier 35
Blue List Yarn 225
Board of Excise 118, 119
Board of Ordnance see Ordnance
Boat builders 335, 336
Bobs (wigs) 3
Bodleian Library 282, 332, pp.III-VII
Boitard, L.P. 106
Bone setters 108
Book of Trades, The 287
Bookbinders see Binders
Booktrade 15, 16, 18, 19, 26, 29, 31, 34, 51, 69, 70, 78, 145-147, 152, 163, 167, 184, 186, 247,pp.VII10
Bordesley 264
Botanists 281
Bow and arrow makers 94
Bowen, Thomas 86
Bowers and Bucklin 311-312, p.135
Bowles, John 104(a-h), 126
Bowles and Carver 217
Boyce, William 12
Box makers 141
Brand 310
Branwhite 79
Brass Founder 154, 155
Braziers 62, 114, 154, 155, 261, 262, 304
Breeches balls 3
Breeches makers 148
Bretherton, Charles 213
Bretherton, James 3, 213
Brewhouse, A 237
Brewis, William 113, 280, 281
Brick makers 285, p.102
Bridgnorth Collection, Bodleian Library pp.VII43
Brighton 282
Bristol 47, 52, 282
Britannia 252
British Apollo p.1
British Library 79, pp.VIII43
British Manufacturers
 285
British Museum pp.VIII42
British wines 330, 331
Brokers 40, 74, 270, 271, 277, 315
Brown (taylor) 257, p.44
Brown, Arabella 141
Brown, W. 38
Brown and Edwards 338
Bruges 74, 75
Brush makers 14, 276
Brussels 73
Buddha 196
Buffar, David 24, p.IX
Buffar, James 24
Bull, Robert 80, p.IX
Bullen, Mr 110
Bunbury, Henry William 3, 213
Burchett, Susannah 92
Burton, W. and Co. 264, p.VIII
Butchers 2, 286
Butler (Dublin engraver) 255
Butler, George 111
Buy a Broom 121
Buy a Fine Table Basket 104(c), 126
Buy my Artichoakes 104(h)
Buy my Dutch Biskets 127
Buy my Fine Singing Glasses 104(d)
Byerley, Thomas 177

Cabinet makers 39, 49, 272, 273, 277, 278
Calico glazing 47
Cambridge 149, 282, p.VIII
Candelabras 269
Captains p.115
Carmen 117
Carnelley, Thomas 67
Carpet manufacturers 187
Carpet warehouses 164, 169
Carr, Ibbetson and Bigge 60
Carr, Ibbetson, Bigge, Pickard and Gibson 60
Carriers 48
Castle, William 39
Cattle medicines 279
Centre for Ephemera Studies p.V
Chad, Mr. 82
Chair makers 39, 49, 270, 274
Chair menders 122
Chalford, Gloucestershire 225
Chandlers 43, 44, 57, 112, 138, 151
Chandlers Shop (ballad) 151
Chapman and Elcoate(?) 336
Chapman’s Circulating Library 68
Chapmen 115, 116, p.53
Chasers 139
Chatelain 136
Chaundy, Richard 329
Cheap Trunk Warehouses 273
Cheese factors 45
Cheesemongers 239, 286, 309, 331
Chelsea porcelain 268
Chemical pencils 158
Chemists and druggists 6, 43, 44, 77, 93, 110, 166, 279, 286, 297, 328, 330
Chest makers 141, 275, 303
Chevreul, Michel Eugène 192
Chichester 277
Chick, George 47
Chilcott 241, p.135
Chimney sweepers 37, 118, 119, 150, 214, p.11
China (country) 196
China (porcelain) 196, 259, 282 see also Sellers of china
Chinese men 101, 239, 279, 309, 331, 334
Chippendale, Thomas p.10
Chocolate 52
Christmas 120, 123
Chromolithography (122), (191), (192), (195), (196), (198), 212, pp.1233, 100
Chrystal Palace
 200
Chrystal Palace, The 208
Church Furniture 191
Cider makers 285
Cigar cases 209
Circulating libraries 68, 163, 167, 184, 185, 186, 247, pp.VII, VIII
Clark, T. 117
Clarke, B. 253
Clarke, John 9
Cloacina purifiers 220
Cluer, Elizabeth 83, 84, pp.2, 33
Cluer, John 83, 84, p.2
Coaches and coach smiths 263, 301, p.136
Coade, Eleanor 130
Coade’s Lithodipyra 130
Coalbrook Co. 267
Cockings, Elizabeth 153, 249
Coffee 10, 52, 202
Coffee houses 10
Coffin makers 12, 270, 273
Coffin-plate makers 139
Coffins 139, 217, 276
Cohen, A.M. 313, pp.135136
Cohen, A. and M. 314, pp.135136
Coke, Sir Edward 18
Colbran’s Library and News Room 165
Cole, Benjamin 27, pp.114243
Cole, William 273, p.42
Coleman, Susannah and Jonathan 148, p.64
Coleman’s 161
Collection of Such Signes or Badges, used in Tauernes, Inns and Victualling Houses, A 4
Colour printing 69-75, 95, p.33
Colourmen 86, 316, 330
Colsell, Richard 114, p.53
Commercial Inn, Oxford 337
Company of Bakers 127
Company of Basketmakers 41
Company of Glass-sellers 104(d)
Company of Tallow Chandlers 57
Company of Wax chandlers 57
Compound plate printing 95, 96, 206
Confectioners 6, 84, 179, 219, 302
Congress, The 123
Constance Meade Memorial Collection of Ephemeral Printing pp.IV, V
Cooke, John 61
Cooke, Thomas 102
Cooks 302
Coopers 231, 232, 285, 286, p.102
Copland, Henry p.10
Copper plate 102
Copper workers 236, 338
Corbett, A. and C. 34
Corbould, George 24, p.42
Corbyn, Mrs 131
Cork cutters 232
Corn factors 233, 308
Corns, operator on the 183
Corsets and corset makers 143, 252, 295, 296, p.136
Cotterell, John 23
Cotton family p.91
Country dealers p.115
Cousin Honeycomb’s Alphabet of Trades
 289
Cranbrook 68
Crawcour’s Superfine Chemical Pencils 158
Crescent Bell Foundry 199
Crests 269
Cricket bat makers 292
Cries of London 104(a-g), 106, 107, 120, 121, 122, 124-128, 288
Cries of London, The (Bowles) 104(a)-(h)
Cromwell v. Denny 18
Croydon’s Public Library 163
Cruikshank, George 94
Cruikshank, Isaac 94
Cruikshank, Robert 94
Cryes of the City of London Drawne after the Life 104, 106, 125-127, p.53
Crystal Palace 191-198, 200-204, 207-212, p.91
Crystal Palace Rose, The
 203
Cuff, John 245, p.115
Cutlery 116, 282
Cutlery cases 39, 273

Daily Advertiser 19
Dairymen 286
Daniell, G. 188
Darling, William 87, 223, 268, p.11
Darly, Matthew 86, 249, p.11
Darton 229, 231
Darton, William 107, 221
Darton and Co.193, 194
Darton and Harvey 288
Daveluy (lithographer) 74, 75
Davies, H. 65, 331
Davies, Peter 294
Davison, W. of Alnwick 77, 78, 101, 239
Day and Son 191, 192
De la Loi du Contraste Simultané des Couleurs (Chevreul) 192
De la Rue, Cornish, and Rock 95
De la Rue, Thomas 95
De la Rue, Warren 192
De la Rue’s Stationery Stand and Envelope Machine 192
Dean, Thomas 214
Dean and Son 289
Dean family 214
Deane, George and John 267
Death and the Lady 213
Defoe, Daniel 19
Delamotte, W.A. 336
Denham, Benjamin 265
Denny 18
Dentists 183
Derby 223, 282, p.11
Derby porcelain 268
Devonport 46
Dicey, Cluer 83
Dicey, William 83
Dickinson, Brothers 195, 196
Dissected maps 282 see also Jigsaws
Doctors 108, 109, 110, 183
Dolby, C.T. 191, 192
Douce, Francis (Collection), Bodleian Library 4, 8-11, 104(a)-(h),136, 185
Douglass, John 323
Dover 111, 238
Dowman, G. 166
Dowse, James 230
Drapers 24, 42, 79, 157, 161, 169, 171, 172, 176, 187, 217, 223, 310 see also Linen drapers
Drawing, teachers of 11, 332, p.8
Drawing board manufacturers 95
Druggists see Chemists and druggists
Drum makers 54
Dryden, John 34
Dublin 103, 177, 255
Duesbury and Co. 268
Dunkerley and Cockings 153, 249, p.11
Dunn, John 232
Dutton and Son 44
Dyde and Son 167
Dyer, S. 302
Dyers 6, 47, 113, 225, 226

Eagle Fire Office 163
East India Company 118, 119, 259
East India trade 188, 240, 259, p.III
Eddis, Mr 28
Edgington, Benjamin 162
Edgware, Middlesex 147
Edwards, G. 309
Edwards, John 218
Egypt p.III
Eighteenth-Century Short-Title Catalogue p.V
Ellis, Michael 28
Embossing 95, 97
Embroiderers 294
Emerson, William 52
Engelmann, Graf, Coindet and Co. 121
English, Rebecca 17
English goods 73, 82, 282, 311, 312, 333
Enterer 322-324
Envelope machine 192
Ephemera Societies p.V
Essex, Earl of 18
Etchings 3, 11, 236
Examiner, The 123
Exeter 145, 146
Exeter College, Oxford, p.III
Exporters 81, p.115

Fairchild, John 6
Fancy-dress makers 143
Farcourt, Samuel 185
Farmers 290
Farriers 111, 286
Farriers Shop 243
Feather-bed makers 6
Fender makers 260
Figures 269
Findlay, George 23, 32, p.10
Fine Ground Spectacles for all Sights
 104(f)
Fine Tye, or a Fine Bob Sir 104(g)
Fire buckets 273
Fish dealers 75
Fish hook makers 244
Fishermen 290
Fishmongers 2
Fleece, the 238
Fleet, F. 277
Floor-cloth painters 6, 7
Folkard 202
Follett, A. & Cie 73
Founders 266
Foundries 154, 155
Fowler, William 322, 324
Fox, Charles 31
Fraser, Elizabeth p.IV
Freemasons 40, 240, 249, p.135 (see also Masonic symbols)
Fuller, Edward 129
Furniture brokers 40
Furniture makers pp.11123136
Furniture warehouses 274

Gamble, Ellis 89
Garden furniture 274
Garden pot manufacturers 154, 155
Garner, Nathaniel 255
Garnett, J. 93
Gauci, M. 121
General History of Quadrupeds, The (Bewick) 93
George III 26, 59, 252
Gibbon 274
Gibbons, Orlando p.53
Gibson, Strickland p.IV
Gilders 86
Gillray, James 91, 156
Girandoles 269
Guilio Cesare (Handel) 83
Glasgow 32, p.10
Glass blowers 285
Glass manufacturers 58, 189, 190 see also Sellers of glass
Glaziers 64, 72, 307, 320
Glessing, John, 317-319
Glove manufacturers 71, 227, 228
Godfrey de Bouillon 212
Golden Cross 337
Goldsmiths 56, 82, 89, 180
Goldwin, E. 236
Gomez, Signor 94
Good Fish and Fine Flesh 128
Goodbody, S. and Co. 263
Gordon, W. 278
Goulding and D’Almaine 121
Grammar and Dawes 258, p.3
Gravelot, Hubert, François (Bourguignon) 136
Gravesend 309, p.135
Great Exhibition 191-212, pp.III91
Great Exhibition Quadrille, The 
198
Great Exhibition "Wot is to Be", The 201
Great Grimsby 281
Great Law of Subordination Consider’d, The 19
Green, J. 175
Green, Samuel 228
Grego, Joseph 92
Gregory, Henry 5
Grocers 6, 42-45, 76, 79, 83, 134, 152, 153, 181, 202, 216, 239, 279, 286, 309, 331, p.37
Guildhall Library p.VII
Gunpowder Plotters 18
Gyles, Henry 11

Haberdashers 6, 13, 42, 53, 79, 113, 135, 152, 171, 176, 187, 223, p.1
Haberdashers of hats 8
Habit makers 257, 310
Hadley’s quadrant 5
Hair dresser 280, 281, 286
Hair powder manufacturer 157
Hall 335, 336
Halvoet, Henry 75
Handel, George Frideric 83
Handkerchiefs, printed 201
Harding, Samuel 19, 147
Harding and Howell 176, p.76
Harding Collection, Bodleian Library 32, 215, 216, 248
Harlequin Red Riding Hood, 291
Harness makers 322-324, p.136
Harp string makers 317, 318
Harris Brothers 210
Harrison, Ann 135
Harrison, B. 233
Harts horns jelleys 219
Hastings 172, p.76
Hatters 103, 157, 164
Hawkers pp.53115
Hawkins, Mr and Mrs 54
Hawkins and Hyde 248
Hawley, General 111
Hay’s Wharf 238
Hayward, Samuel 72, p.33
Heal, Sir Ambrose 11, 14, 90, pp.VIII, 111
Heal Collection (British Museum) 23, 24, 33, 55, 60, 72, 85, 131, 257, pp.VIII1042135
Heming, Thomas 56
Heming and Chawner 56
Hervey’s Sauce 163
Higgins, Herbert 54
Higgons, W. 43
Hill, Edwin 192
Hill, I. (engraver) 236
Hill, Roland 192
Hilton and Royle 69, 70
Hind 295
Hinton, J. 222
History of British Birds, A (Bewick) 93
History, Topography and Directory of Warwickshire, The 164, 189, 264, p.VIII
Hitchcock and Rogers 171, p.76
Hodges, E. 200
Hodnet, Elizabeth 134, p.VII
Hogarth, William 89, 90, pp.24243
Holloway, W. (109), (110), p. 42
Holloway and Son 43, 137
Homfray, Revel 29
Horse surgeons 280
Horton, William 244
Hosiers 6, 33, 42, 65, 79, 164, 171, 187, 224, 227, 258, p.1
Hotham and Busby 71, 228
House painters 6, 7, 64, 307
Howard, John 154, 155, 331
Hulett, James (engraver) 185
Hullmandel, Charles 98, 121
Hulme, Henry 328
Hulsbergh, Hendrik 15, 16
Humphrey, Hannah 156
Hunt 334
Hunt, James 330
Hunt, James Henry Leigh 123
Hurd, Samuel 57
Husbands and wives 148-153, p.64
Hutton, Edward and Mary 150

Ibbetson, Barlow and Clarke 60
Ibstock 48
Imported goods 17, 23, 52, 76, 81, 169, 181, 187, 282, 311, 312, 331, 334, pp.III, VII, 110
Indentures 218
India 52, 81, 181
Infant’s Cabinet of Trades, The 284
Ingram, John 274
Inkstands 269
Inns 2, 4, 6, 7, 67, 112, 128, 337, p.3
Inoculation 109
Instrument case maker 248
Interior of the Copper & Brass Works 236
Interior of the Exhibition of All Nations 193
Ipswich 38
Ireland, Samuel 90
Iron founders 154, 155
Ironmongers 46, 154, 155, 182, 261, 262, 266, 298, 299, 326, 338
Isaacs, Abraham 40
Italian Warehousemen 202

Jacobs, David 149
James, Samuel 186
Japan 196
Japanning 191, 204, 274
Jay, W.C. 159
Jennens and Bettridge 204
Jenner, Edward 109
Jewellers 56, 82, 180
Jigsaws 285
Johnson, John de Monins 54, 77, 78, pp.III-V
Jolly, Alexander 106, 116, pp.IX53
Jones, Edward 14
Jones, Hannah 138
Jones, Owen 192
Jones, Thomas 138
Jullien, Louis Antoine 198

Keartland, R. and J. 45
Kendray, J. 283
Kerwood 118, 119
Kindley, William 23, 273
King, William 262
Knife cases see Cutlery cases
Knife grinders 105
Knives Combs or Inkhornes 106

Labels 51, 68, 83, 84, 246, 256, 282, p.33
Lace makers 256, 282
Lacemen 59, 294
Lackington, Allen and Co. 184
Lackington, James 184
Lambourn 42
Lamp lighters 123, 280, 281
Landauer, Bella C. p.V
Landscape gardeners 242
Lane’s Telescopic View 197
Laroon, Marcellus 104, 106, 125-127, p.53
Laurie, H.R. 104
Laurie and Whittle 120
Lavenham 79
Laver 320
Lechlade p.135
Lee, Andrew William 239
Leeds 238, 282
Leicester 50, 62, 282
Leith 80, p.IX
Letter openers 207
Lewis, John p.V
Lewis, William 112
Libraries 165, 175, 184 (see also Circulating libraries, Public libraries)
Library, The 175
Lillington, James Barnett 164
Lilwall, Henry 181
Lime burners 154, 155
Linde, Andrew 26
Linen drapers 6, 42, 79, 80, 130, 160, 169, 171, 176, 286, pp.VIII, 1, 37
Linen manufacturers 187
Linen warehouse 160
Lithography 73-75, 98-100, 121, 122, 191, 196, 282, 286, 332, 334, pp.12, 33, 42 see alsoChromolithography
Liverpool 247, 282
Livery Companies 41, 57, 104(d), 127
Living Characters in London 107
Lloyd Brothers & Co. 191, 192
Lock, Matthias p.10
Locke, Mrs 143, p.64
Locksmiths 154, 155, 261
London (selective index):

Bishopsgate (143), (181), (234), (235), (240), p.135
Blackwall p.110
Charing Cross 147
Cheapside 1, 24, 30, 51, (52), (83), (186), 256
City of 7, 282
Clare Market 131
Clerkenwell 147
Covent Garden (11), (13), (33), (59), 132, (268)
Fleet Street (10), (18), (53), (153), 160, (245), 278
Holborn 104(g), (157), (252), (302)
Hyde Park 194
London Bridge 6, 14, 162, (267), p.110
Long Acre (87), 132, (134)
Mansion House 23, 55
Moorfields 7, (36), (148)
Poultry 23, 138
St Martin’s Lane 19, 147
St. Martins Legrand (17), (21), (248)
St Mary le Bow 1
St Paul’s Cathedral 170, 171, 222
Southwark (141), 238
Spitalfields (41), (230), (241), (320), p.135
Stocks Market 23
Strand 2, (15), (16), 26, 129, (185), 256, 285
Tottenham Court Road (49), 112
Temple Bar 2
Westminster, City of 7

London General Mourning Warehouse 159
Longmate, Barak the Elder (engraver) 57
Lotteries 34
Love, Emma Sarah 121
Loveday, T. 1
Lowesby Pottery 50
Ludmore (engraver) p.33
Lustres 269
Lye, John 172, p.76
Macaronies 86
Magdalen College School, Oxford p.III
Magdalene College, Cambridge, p.VIII
Maguire, Henry Carlton 122
Maids Buy a Mop 125
Maidstone 282, p.135
Malpas, F. (engraver) 117
Manchester 69, 70, 282
Mansell 211
Manufacturers 27, 46, 49, 50, 71, 162, 182, 187, 189, 190, 213, 225, 244, 246, 251, 256, 258, 264, 269, 285
Manwarings Coffee House 10
Manypeny, J. 258
March of Machinery, The 214
Mark(e)s, James 147
Marks, E. 19, 147
Marks, J.L. 216
Marquee manufacturers 162
Marshall, John 284
Martin, Robert 100
Masonic symbols 40, 240, 293-295, 309, 333
Mathematical instrument makers 246
Mather, Robert 224
Mathews 333
Mathews (engraver) 335
Mayhew and Co. 121
McLean, Thomas 243
Meade, Constance see Constance Meade Memorial Collection
Medland, Thomas (engraver) 242
Men’s mercers 24
Mercers 6, 17, 21, 24, 55, 60, 135, 171, 172, 176, 223, 325, p.1
Mercier, Dorothy 136
Mercier, Philip 136
Mezzotints 11, 91, p.8
Microscope made easy, The
 (Baker) 245
Microscope makers 245
Midwives (man midwives) 110, 297
Miles 301
Militia 123
Milkmaids 290
Miller (and Kerwood) 118, 119
Miller (engraver) 276
Miller, William 105
Milliners 6, 172, p.1
Millis and Fossick 254
Millwrights 285
Milton Abbot 279
Miniature theatre 291
Mitchell, William 33
Mole, William 269, p.VIII
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley 109
Moon, William 270
Morgan, Benjamin 36, p.10
Morris, Arabella 129
Morris, J.S. 46
Moseley, John and Son 182
Mourning warehouses 159
Moving Machinery 195
Muckmen 220
Music, printers of 9, 83
Music titles 121, 122,198
Music warehouses 163, 327, 333
Musical instruments 9, 247, 327, 333
Musical string manufacturers 317-319
Mutes (hired mourners) 61, 275, 278
Mutlow, Henry (engraver) 251
Myers, Joseph 203
Napoleon I 123, p.I
Nash, John 130
Neate, William 180
Necklace makers 149
Needle makers 244
Neithrop, near Banbury 45
New College, Oxford 337
New Specimen of Case-Metal Ornaments and Wood Types (W. Davison) 101
New Trades Valentine Writer, The 215
New-York Historical Society p.V
Newcastle 93, 288
Newman, William (engraver) 39, 41, 183, 225, 226, 234, 235, 239, 241, 263, 292-324, pp.1142,135
Newton, Samuel 54
Nias, B.M. and Company 169
Nightmen 37, 112, 117-119, 150, p.11
North Briton
 31
North View of the Great Exhibition 194
Norwich 161, 242, 282
Nottingham Stocking Manufactory 258, p.3
Nurserymen 129, 329
Ogilby, Alexander 315
Oilmen 81, 134, 138, 157, 316, 330
Okey 232
Okey, Thomas 41
Opie Collection, Bodleian Library 284, 287
Opticians 63, 104(f), 245
Optical instrument maker 246
Ordnance, Board, Office 46, 54, 266
Origin of Drawing, The 11, p.8
Orme, Daniel 72
Osborne (engraver) 232
Our Village 286
Overton, Henry 104, 127
Overton, Philip 106
Oxford 191, 228, 325-338, pp.VII139
Oxford Ramble, The
 327
Oxford University Press p.IV
Oziers 230
Paas, Cornelius 252
Packing case makers 275
Page, Richard 37
Paine, John 305, 306
Painters 6, 7, 64, 72, 86, 320
Paper hangers 277
Papier mâché 204
Papworth, J.W. 197
Parasol makers 313, 314
Paris p.3
Parker, Thomas (printer) 257
Parker, Thomas (rat catcher) 113
Parker, William and Son 58
Park’s Novelties 290
Parsons 334
Pass, Henry 275
Passmore, F.W. 282
Passmore, John 282
Paste-board 133, 174, p.11
Pastillers 269
Patents 58, 256
Patten makers 292
Pattison, Dr 108, p.53
Paxton, Joseph 201, 202
Pearkes, Benjamin 27, 28, pp.1143102
Pearkes, Elizabeth 59
Peep-shows 197
Peirson, John 298, 299
Pencils 158
Pendulum (watchmaker) 291
Pepys, Samuel pp.VIII9
Perry, James & Co. 73
Peruke-makers see Wig makers
Pewterers 140, 293
Philips and Atkinson 81
Phillips (engraver) 278
Phillips, C. 11, p.8
Phillips, John 107
Pickled tripe warehouse 240
Piemen 184
Pilton, Anne 144
Pin makers 244, 255
Pincot, Daniel 130
Plate case makers 273, 303
Plowman, Sarah 326
Plumbers and plumbing 64, 241, 320, p.136
Pontifex, William and Russell 236
Porcelain 268
Poulterers 2
Powell, Charles 20
Poyntell, James 23, 30, p.10
Price, G. 48
Prince Frederick (ship) 259
Printers 29, 78, 83-85, 88, 92, 96, 97, 99, 163, 165, 167, 332
Printsellers 19, 86, 91, 136, 145, 146, 165, 174, 247
Pritty Maids, Pritty Pins, Pritty Women 104(b), 255
Property tax 123
Prout, John 279
Providence, USA 311, 312, p.135
Public Advertiser 
52
Public libraries 163
Publishers 9, 18, 26, 34, 91, 104, 121, 163, 195, 196, 203, 213, 243, 333
Pugin, Augustus Charles 174, p.84
Pyne and Nattes 236
Pynson, Richard p.IV
Quadrants 5
Quadrilles 198
Quite Ripe Sir 124
Radclyffe, Thomas (engraver) 190
Radclyffe, W. and T. 189
Radclyffe and Co. 190
Rag merchants 40
Raikes, Nathaniell 8
Raleigh, Sir Walter 18
Rat destroyers 113
Raynolds, James 13
Reading 232
Reading rooms 165
Reading University p.V
Recollections of the Great Exhibition of 1851
 191, 192
Red Lion Inn 67
Redditch 244
Reeves and Hoare 65, 154, 155, 331
Repton, Humphry 242
Reynell, C.H. 123
Rich, John 316
Richardson, George 246, p.115
Richardson, Thomas 260
Rick cloth manufacturers 162
Rickards, Maurice p.V
Ridgway, William 25
Ridley’s Ladies Shoe Warehouse 170
Rimer, Thomas 115, p.53
Riz, William 307
Robe makers 142
Robinson (engraver) 158
Robinson, C. (engraver) 172
Robinson, J. (engraver) 38
Robinson, John 281
Rogers, William 82
Rollason, Mary and Sons 189
Rollason, Thomas 190
Romford, Essex 242
Rose souvenirs 203
Ross (engraver) 49
Ross, Harriet M. 191
Ross, James (engraver) 167
Rotherham 67
Rothwel, John 51
Round, J. 15
Rowlandson, Thomas 91, 174, p.84
Rozea, Jessington 85, pp.4344
Rudduforth, H. 296
Rural Employment 283
Sainsbury, I 49
St. James’s Chronicle p.2
Salesmen 115
Salisbury, J. 109
Sampson Low 83
Sandwich 152
Sayer, Robert 104, 106, 120, 124, 126, 128
Scarborough 76
Scarlet Coat 65
Scharf, George 98
Scholey, Godfrey 133
Scholey, Mary 133, p.10
Schools 11, 242, 283, pp.8115
Science Museum, London 100
Scotch or Russia Cloths 104(e)
Seager, Joseph 276
Sealy, John 130
Seedsmen and seedswomen 129, 329
Seeley and Co. 197
Sellers of:
Allamodes 17
Artichoakes 104(h)
Asses milk 36
Astronomical instruments 250
Baskets 104(c), 126
Birmingham wares 269, 282, 333
Bobs (wigs) 3, 104(g)
Bombasine 21, 60
Boots 173, 253
Brooms 121
Burdets 21
Camera lucida 78
Canes 333
Carpets 164, 169
Cherries 124
China 23, 52, 168, 177, 189, 190, 234, 235, 259, 334
Chocolate 52
Clothes 115, 132, 159, 257, 258
Coal 134, 233, 272
Coffee 10, 52
Combs 106, 333
Dimity 17
Drums 54
Ducapes 21
Dutch biskets 127
Dutch toys 82, 333
Earthenware 189, 190
Fans 52
Fish 2, 128
Flint glasses 52
Furniture 32, 39, 40, 49, 270, 274, 277, 278
Glass 23, 52, 58, 104(d), 168, 189, 190, 234, 235
Gloves 71, 164
Habits 132, 257, 310
Hams 133, 157
Harpsichords 272
Hats 8, 79, 103, (126), (157), 164
Hay 233
Hooped petticoats 132
Hops 233
Hosiery 164, 258
Images 107
India fans 52
Inkhorns 106
Japan ware 52, 274
Jewellery 56, 82, 149, 180
Ketchup 52
Knives 106, 116
Letter paper 78
Lutestrings 17
Malt 233
Mantels 132
Mathematical instruments 78, 146, 250, 333
Meat 2, 128, 184
Medicines 15, 16, 167, 328, 333, p.VII
Mops 125
Music, printed 83, 163, 333
Musical instruments 9, 78, 247, 327, 333, p.VII
Nautical instruments 250
Oil 81, 134,138, 157, 316, 328, 330
Optical instruments 63, 245, 246, 250
Organs 272
Orreries 250
Padusoys 21
Paper hangings 25, 78
Parasols 164, 313, 314
Perfumery 167, 333
Persians (cloth) 17, 21
Petticoats, hoopd 132
‘Philosophical instruments’ 250
Pianofortes 165, 272
Pickles 81, 138, 240
Pins 104(b) see also Pin makers
Poplins 21
Portmanteaux 164
Quadrants 250
Quilted coats 132
Riding hoods 132
Russia cloths 104(e)
Sago 52
Sarsnets 17
Satins 24, 242
Scientific instruments 5, 63, 245-247, 250, p.IX
Scotch cloths 104(e)
Seeds 129, 329
Seltzer water 66
Sergedusoy 24
Shagreens 21
Sheffield wares 333
Shoes 170, 173, 178, 253
Shot (76), 157
Silk 17, 21, 24, 171, 172, 187
Singing glasses 104(d)
Snuff 15, 16, 52 see also Manufacturers
Spectacles 104(f), 245, 250, p.115
Spices 328, 331
Stamps 167
Straw 233
Strings for musical instruments 78, 317-319
Sugar plums (purging) 15, 16
Tabbys 21
Tammy 135
Tea 23, 42, 43, 45, 52, 76, 151, 161, 181, 202, 239, 279, 328, 331
Tea tables 52
Tongues 133
Toys 82, 167, 282, 333
Trunks 141, 164, 188, 273, 275, 303
Turkey carpets 169
Turkey silks 17
Tyes (wigs) 104(g)
Umbrellas 163, 164, 313, 314
Velvet 24, 187
Vetinary medicines 279
Wallpaper see Paper hangings
Wigs 3, 104(g)
Wire 144, 254, 260
Seltzers water depot 66
Senefelder, Alois 99, p.12
Several Stages of a Man’s Life, from the Cradle to the Coffin, The 
217
Seward, William 337
Shakeshaft, Jas. 234, 235
Shakespeare, William 34, 337
Shanghai 196
Shardlow, Jas. 62
Shaver and the Shavee, the 213
Shawl and linen warehouse 160
Sheffield 29, 282, 333, p.VII
Shelley case 18
Sherratt and Hall 336
Ship agents and brokers 74, 238, 239, 315
Shipping bills 238, 259
Shirt makers 65
Shoe blacks 280
Shoe makers 28, 178, 184, 253, 282, 286
Shop signs see Trade signs
Shudall, Martha 142
Shudall, William 142
Sibbald, John 247, p.115
Sign and floor cloth warehouse 6
Sign painters 6, 7, 64, 307
Silberrad, Rd. 74
Silk manufacturers 251
Silk mercers 171. 172 see also Mercers
Silver, Anne 152
Silver, Jacob 152
Simpkin Marshall & Co. 191, 192
Skidmore and Son 266
Slater, Henry 271
Slave trade 123
Smith, James 220
Smith, John Raphael 91
Smith, Margaret 139
Smith, T. (engraver) 80
Smith, W.H. 163
Smith, Son and Wethered 187
Smith and Greaves 337
Smiths 80, 137, 265, 298, 299, 305, 306
Snuff 196
Snuff manufacturers 27
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge 22
Society of Artists 130, 136, p.2
Society of Sign-Painters p.2
Solar microscopes 245
Southampton 166, 168, p.91
Southampton, Earl of 18
Spectacle makers 63, 245
Spices 259, 328, 331
Spiers and Son 191
Spenlove, Francis 55
Spooner, W. 285
Spring makers 263
Stage keepers 280
Standring and Co. 286
Stannard and Dixon 122
Stanton, Frederick 23
Stationers 19, 20, 25, 26, 30, 31, 35, 69, 70, 78, 86, 88, 95, 136, 145-147, 163, 167, 192, 247, 333
Stationers’ Almanack 213
Stationers’ Company 26, p.64
Stationers’ Hall 282
Stationery 73, 76, 78, 192, 210-212
Stock makers 65, p.136
Stocking-frame-work knitting 222
Stocks 3
Stone masons 285
Stove grate manufacturers 46, 266, 304, p.136
Strongitbarm (engraver) 266
Stunt, A. 304
Sturgeon, J.O. 179
Sturt, John p.42
Suite de Pièces de Clavecin
 (Handel) 83
Sunderland 239
Surgeons 110 see also Bone setters
Surveyors 38, 113
Sutton, G. 251
Sweetland, Abel 145
Sweetland, Margaret 146

Tabart, Benjamin 287
Tabart and Co. 287
Tailors 65, 257, 286, 310
Tales for the Nursery 287
Tallow-chandlers see Chandlers
Tatlow and Johnson 223, p.102
Taverns see Inns
Taylor, Jasper 157
Tea 101, 196, 259
Teignmouth 163, 268
Tempest, Pierce 104, 127
Temple, Earl 142
Temple of the Muses 184
Tent manufacturers 162
Tenth Hussars 123
Tewkesbury 167
Theocritus p.III
Thompson, John Peter 87
Thornton, Bonnell 89, p.2
Thread makers 53, 256
Thrussell, Lilian pp.IV91
Tile burners 154, 155
Tin plate workers 62, 154, 155, 249, 338
Tinmen 114, 286
Tobacco 191
Tobacco manufacturers 27
Tobacconists 6, 45
Tools 182, 192, 195, 267 p.136
Toulman, Edmund 248, p.VII
Towes (engraver) 157
Toymen 291
Toyota Project p.VI
Trade blanks 226, 321
Trade directories 13, 31, 39, 72, 132, 134, 147, 164, 189, 228, 267, 269, 274, 326, 329, 336, pp.VII,64
Trade signs 1-5, 128, 136, pp.1-39-11

Addison’s Head 34
Angel 4, 6, 7, 30, p.3
Ass and Foal 36
Azimuth Compass 5
Bible 26, 186
Bible & Anchor 19
Black Horse 104, 254
Black Lyon and Star 115
Black Swan & Role of Silk 17
Boot 28
Buck & Breeches 148
Chair & Anchor p.11
Cock and Turk’s Head 59
Crossed Keys 4, 6
Crown 248
Dolphin and Crown 9
Drum and Colours 54
Elephant 6
Female Ass 280
Fountain and Bear 51
Globe 35
Golden Angel 89
Golden Ball 90, 131, 136
Golden Buck 124
Golden Fleece p.1
Golden Lyon 21
Golden Pallet 86
Golden Sugar Loaves & Oil Jar 134
Green Man 6
Ham and Lyon 133
Hand and Penn 13
Hare 8
Hat and Feather 103
Hat and Two 103
Hen and Chickens 6
Indian Queen 23, p.1
Indian Queen and Canister 23
Indian Queen and Tea Cannister 23
Judge’s Head 18
Judge’s Robe 142
King’s Arms 24, 56, 222
Lamb 6, p.1
Lion 7
Looking Glass & Cabenet p.11
Maidenhead p.2
Naked-Boy and Three Crowns 129
Old Angel and Bible 22
Old White Swan & Rowl 17
Painters’ Arms 6, 7
Peacock 6
Pineapple 6
Printing-Office 85
Queen’s Head 55, 60
Queen’s Head and Half-Moon 20
Queen’s Head and Star 55
Reflecting microscope and spectacles 245
Rose and Crown 7
Royal Bed p.11
Royal Hat 103
Scarlet Coat 65
Seneca’s Head 15, 16
Ship 153
Star and Fleece 33
Star & Garter 138
Sun 7, 53, 112, p.3
Three Bowles 102
Three Brushes 14
Three Crowns & Naked Boy 129
Three Nuns 6
Turk’s Head 7
Turk’s Head and Cock 59
Unicorn 6
Unicorn and Case of Knives 116
Wheatsheaf 6, p.1
Whight Hart and Coffin 12
White Bear 25
Woolpack 6
Woolpack and Dolphin 135

Trade tokens p.2
Trades and Professions
 221
Trades Universal Valentine Writer 216
Tradesmen’s lists 76-82, 116, 266, pp.VII37
Tradesmen’s verses 79, p.43
Trimmer, Sarah 287
Trunk makers 32, 141, 188, 273, 275, 303, p.123
Tunbridge Wells 165
Tunis 196
Turkey 10, 17, 109, 169
Turners 102, 230, 276, 287
Turton, Dorcas 184
Twig growers 230

Ullmer, D. 308
Umbrellas 196
Umbrella makers 163, 313, 314
Underhill, M. and Son 331
Undertakers 39, 42, 61, 141, 172, 270-278, 300, p.123
United Gas Company 46
Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure 222, 237
Upholders 272
Upholsterers 49, 277, 278
Upton, Thomas 261
Urling, George, Frederick and Co. 256
Urling’s Lace 256

Valentine writers 215, 216, p.102
Varenne, Matthew 15, 16
Very Slippy-Weather Indeed! 156
Vest manufacturers 296
Vestris, Madame 121
Victoria, Queen 194, 197, 244
Victualling houses 4
View of St. Mary le Bow on Cheapside, A 1
Village Barber, The 3
Violin string makers 317, 318
Visual Arts Data Service p.VI
Vizetelly, Branston and Co. 96

Wait, John 42
Waithman and Sons 160
Wallis, Edward 282
Wallis’s Picturesque Round Game of the Produce & Manufacturer of the Counties of England & Wales 282
Walls and Co. 157
Walsh, Henry 337
Warkworth 280
Warner, John and Sons 199
Watch makers 285, 291
Waterhouse, Talbot 219
Watkinson, John 76
Watts, William 53
Webb, J.D. 225, 226
Webb, John 63
Webb’s Scenes in Harlequin Red Riding Hood 291
Webbe, Edward 21, 251
Wedgwood, Josiah 177
Wedgwood and Byerley 177
Wells, L.J.B. (engraver) 224
West, William 164, 264, 269, p.VIII
West India trade 188, 240, p.III
Wharfingers 233
Wheeler, George 292
Whitby 108
White, C. 168
Whitehall Evening Post 34
Whitlock, John 17
Whittock, Nathaniel 332, 334
Whittock and Goodman 332
Whitworth 195
Wickens, John 327
Widows 141, 143, 144, 146, 147, p.72
Wig makers 3, 280
Wigs 3, 104(g), 213, 280, p.102
Wild, W. 282
William and Mary 127
Williams, John 23, 31
Williamson, Robert 247
Will’s coffee powder 10
Willson 272
Wilson, R. 88
Window bills 157, 158, p.42
Window dressing 156, 157 159, 168, 169, 173, 287, 291, p.76
Windsor 142
Wire workers 144, 260, p.64
Wisbech p.135
Wise’s Foreign China Warehouse 334
Wolff, Dr 183
Women 59, 83, 84, 92, 104(c), 104(h), 121, 124-153, 189, 249, 326, 335, 336, pp.VII53
Wood 178
Woodstock, Blenheim Palace 104(h)
Woodstock gloves 71, 228
Woollen drapers 24, 42, 79(suppl), 176
Worcester 27, 167, 223, 282
Worrall, John 18
Worrall, Thomas 18
Wrights 32, 80
Wrights Circulating Library 185
Writing blanks 120, 283
Wyatt, Thomas 337
Yarmouth 310, p.135
York 71, 228, 282
Young, John 9

Zinc worker 154, 155
Zouch, Elizabeth 132

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