Cornhill was apparently the only market allowed to be held after noon in the 14th century. Stow reports Cornhill holding a corn-market (not surprisingly) but also old clothes being sold there.
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Cornhill the only market allowed to be held after noon in the 14th century.
Merchant and merchant banker. Born at Larkbear, Exeter. He founded the bank that bore his name with his brother John. Director of the East India company from 1779. Grandfather of Thomas and of Evel...
Usually referred to as the NatWest Bank. It was formed from the merger of the National Provincial and Westminster Banks. Since 2000 it has been part of the Royal Bank of Scotland group.
One of the largest residential property development companies in the United Kingdom. It was founded as Greensitt Bros., but control was later assumed by Sir Lawrie Barratt.
In the 19th century Swan Wharf was the site of a brewery and public house 'Swan Inn', destroyed by fire in 1871. The image, an 1878 photo by William Reid, shows the tower of All Saints behind. Th...
Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink
Banker, draper and former mayor of Kingston upon Thames: 1877, 1878 and 1879. At an annual dinner given for the poor, he had just finished his speech and was in the act of presenting a small packet...
Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration