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Cockburn and Campbell

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of 14, Berkeley Street, Piccadilly, London, W.; and 32, St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh.

Wine Merchants

This old-established firm was originally founded in Leith about the year 1800. The present Edinburgh premises were acquired by John Cockburn in 1831. From 1843 to 1886 the London offices were at 151, Piccadilly, adjoining the Green Park. Specialities: Wines and Spirits; Scotch Whiskies are a special feature. Branches: 143, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. Agencies at St. Andrews, N.B.; and at Calcutta, Bombay, and Rangoon, India.

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