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Friday, June 10, 2011
Thomas Oliphant, late of Aldersgate-Street, and formerly of Bartholomew-Close, both in the City of London, Tailor, was mentioned in the London Gazette, published on the 20th. July, 1811, as being a prisoner in the Giltspur-Street Compter, in the City of London.
William Sackett Terry is mentioned in the London Gazette, on the 20th. July, 1811, as being a prisoner in Giltspur-Street Compter, in the City of London. He was late of Northumberland-Alley,Fenchurch-Street, in the City of London, Coachman, and formerly of Malden, in the County of Essex, Ropemaker.
A George 111 silver tea caddy is credited to William Vincent, in a recent auction catalogue by Bonhams. The item is believed to be by William Vincent, London, 1772. The auction is due to take place on the 22nd. June, 2011 in London.