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William Dalton

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of Parker Street, Drury Lane, London

1807 Advert: 'Coachmakers, Smiths, &c. - By Mr. RANDALL, on the Premises, THIS DAY, August 21, at Eleven,
THE STOCK in TRADE of Mr. Wm. Dalton, of Parker’s-street, Drury-Lane, Coach-spring-maker, comprising new fashionable springs and axle-trees, cranes, and iron-work of various descriptions, new and old anvils, vices, bellows, cast iron troughs, a very capital large turning lathe for axletrees, and different sorts of tools, &c. To be viewed one day previous to the sale, when Catalogues may be had on the Premises, and of the Auctioneer, Craven-Place, Kentish-Town.'[1]


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  1. Morning Advertiser, 21 August 1807