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THE LATE-HOUR QUESTION.

INTELLIGENCE.

The grand feature of the early-closing movement during the past month has been, of course, the great Public Meeting of the Metropolitan Drapers' Association, held in Exeter Hall, on Tuesday evening, November 11th, in aid of the £5000 Fund. A full report of the interesting proceedings on that occasion appears in another part of our pages, and the space it necessarily occupies compels us to defer some portion of our intelligence, and compress the rest into as small a compass as possible. We lay before our readers, however, the principal topics of interest which have received at tention in the PROCEEDINGS OF THE CENTRAL BOARD.

October 29th.-Resolved, “That 10,000 copies of a hand-bill for the Tottenhamcourt-road District be printed."

“ That it be an instruction to the Visiting Sub-committee to take the necessary steps for getting up the public meetings of assistants in the various districts in aid of the £5000 Fund."

November 5th.—The Report of the Select Committee appointed to reorganize the various Standing Sub-committees was adopted. One of its recommendations was, that a Council be formed for the more efficient conduct of the affairs of the Association. It was accordingly resolved, “That a council be appointed, to consist of the chairmen of the nine Standing Sub-committees, and four other members of the Central Board."

This new feature in the organization of the Association is now in active operation, and meets weekly.

Nov. 12th.-Arrangements for holding a General District Meeting in the Eastern Institution, Commercial-road, were brought under the consideration of the Central Board. The meeting will take place on Tuesday evening, December 2nd, G. F. Young, Esq., will take the chair; and Mr. Under-sheriff Wire and other influential gentlemen will address the meeting.

Resolved, “That the Statistics Subcommittee be appointed to take the necessary steps for procuring members to the Linendrapers', &c., Institution, to be given in at their annual dinner."

A meeting of the assistants of Waterloo House was recently held, for the purpose of electing eight representatives in the District-Committee, at which the majority of the assistants were present, and a spirit of activity was evinced in the cause far greater than on any preceding occasion. The duty of all assistants to aid the Committee in carrying out their projects was strongly enforced, in addresses from the chairman and other gentlemen present; and the numerous attendance at the meeting, with the increased and ready payment of the quarterly subscription, create a hope that the young men of Waterloo House will soon become as distinguished for their advocacy of early-closing as their employers have long been for their practical acknowledgment of its beneficial influence.

Other important meetings have been held in several of the districts, but space will not permit us to refer to them in detail.

SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE £5000 SPECIAL FUND ALREADY

RECEIVED.
SUBSCRIBED AT THE PUBLIC MEETING AT EXETER HALL.
. 8. d. 1

£. s. d.
The Rt. Hon. Lord R. Grosvenor, M.P. 10 10 0 Mr. J. H. Lewis, Strand .......... 2 0 0
Thos. Wakley, Esq. M.P. .......... 10 10 0 Mr. George Waugh ........
Chas. Cochrane, Esq. .............. 5 5 0

Mr. C. Ling .....

. 10 The Rev. W. Curling, M.A. (Annual

Mr. Ling, jun. ..............

0 10 6 Subscription).....

1 1 0 Mr. Parton ............... R. D. Grainger, Esq. ...

. 1 1 0 Messrs. John and Chas. Saward..... Mr. Hitchcock ..............

. 100 0 0 The Assistants at Lambeth House ... 10 100 Mr. Redmayne ........... 10 00 Mr. Harris ...........,

0 10 0 Messrs. Peters and Underwood ...... 10 0 0 Mr. Brooke ...,

0 10 6 Mr. Bennoch, Wood-street.......... 6 0 0 Mr. Ferneley ....

0 10 6 Mr. Lund, Newgate-street, (general

Mr. Paul ......

0 10 funds) ....

Mr. Mills......
Mons. Samson, Lowther Arcade .... 400 Mr. Hume ..........

050 Mr. Asser

Mr. Greaves .... Mr Macey

Mr. Wood ..... Messrs. Baker and Dowden ........ 2001 Collected in the Hall..

.......... 44 18 u Mr. W. Owen announced as his subscription, the amount to be offered for the Prize Address.

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£. 8. d. £. 8. d. | Mr. Waldron, ditto ......

0 10 6 Mr. Butcher ......... . 110 Mr. Silversides, ditto

0 10 6 Mr. Wright, Regent Street District. 1 1 0 Mr. Luck, ditto......

0 10 6 Mr. St. Clair, ditto 1 1 0 Mr. Nettleton, ditto

0 10 6 Mr. Foskey, ditto ... • 1 1 0 Mr. Cocks, ditto....

0 10 6 Mr. Rose, ditto.....

11 01 Mr. Gibbs, ditto .. Mr. Harding, ditto.

1 1 0 Mr. Williams, ditto Mr. Austin, ditto ...

1 1 0 Mr. Powell, ditto. Mr. Nicholson, ditto......

Mr. Robens, ditto .. Mr. Robinson, City District

110 Mr. Lord, ditto .... Mr. Symons, ditto..... 1 1 0 Mr. Samson, ditto.......

0 10 6 Mr. Cockett, ditto.....

1 1 Dr. Kipping, ditto Mr. Fiveash, ditto....

0 10 6

Mr. Johnson, ditto .. Mr. Taylor, ditto.

0 10 6 Mr. Thomas, ditto... Mr. Ross, Strand District

110 Mr. Field, ditto... Mr. Hornblow, ditto ....

1 1 0 Mr. Honey, ditto ....... Mr. Lilwall, Chelsea District. 1 0 0 Mr. Darby, ditto ..

0 5 0 Mr. C. Mayhew, ditto ...... 1 1 0 Mr. Evans, ditto ......

0 3 0 Mr. Rennie, ditto ........

Mr. Manicom, ditto

1 1 0 Mr. Rogers, ditto .... 1 1 0 Mr. Berry, ditto .....

1 1 0 Mr. Greenfield, ditto ..

1 1 0 Mr. Hanks, Tottenham Court Road Mr. Jones, Strand District.. 0 10 6 Mr. Booth, ditto ....

0 10 6 Mr. Evans, Tottenham Court Road

Mr. Martin, ditto ........ District.......... 0 10 6 | Mr. Feddon, ditto

0 10 6 Mr. Dixon, Islington District.. 0 10 0 Mr. Wearing, ditto ....

0 10 0 Mr. Durrant, ditto 1 1 0 Mr. Dixon, Oxford Street

0 10 6 Mr. Williams, ditto .... 0 10 6 Mr. Flint, ditto ...

0 10 6 Mr. Jameson .... 0 10 6 Mr. Bryant, ditto ..

0 10 6 Mr. Dalton, ditto.

0 10 6 District Committees.

Mr. Horseley, ditto .....
Mr. Biggs, ditto.......

0 10 6 Mr. Gray, Regent Street .... ... 11 Mr. Burden, ditto ...

0 10 6 Mr. Underwood, ditto .... . Underwood, ditto ..............

.. 110

Mr. Jameson, ditto ...... Mr. Gribbell, ditto

1 1

Mr. Hargreaves, ditto .... Mr. Gatrell, ditto ....

11 Mr. M. Jones, ditto ... Mr. George Molesworth

1 1 0

Mr. J. Wilson, jun. ditto.. Mr. Chandler

1 1 0

Mr. Ewan, ditto........ Mr. Reynolds ...

11 Mr. Ashenden, ditto. Mr. Rice, ditto ..

1 1 0

Mr. Caldicott, ditto Mr. Purday, ditto ...

0 10 6

Mr. Baker, ditto .... Mr. Hills, ditto ..

0 10 6

Mr. T. Jones, ditto. Mr. Merrishaw, ditto

110 Mr. Marshall, ditto Mr. Ingold, ditto ......

0 10 6 Mr. Hindley, ditto.... Mr. Andrews, ditto

1 1 0 Mr. Hall ........... Mr. Nicholson, ditto

0 10 6

Mr. Loader ... Mr. Howe, ditto

0 10 6 Mr. Clark.. Mr. Long, ditto. .. 0 10 6 Mr. Warlow ...

0 5 0 Mr. Buck, ditto ......

0 10 6
Mr. Holt .....

0 5 0 Mr. King, Chelsea

0 10 6
Mr. Holder, Islington ...

1 1 0 Mr. Lappage, ditto

1 1 0

Mr. Wackrall, ditto ... Mr. Grover, ditto ..

0 10 6 A Friend, ditto ....

050 Mr. Nichols, ditto.

1 1 0 Mr. Gonner, Regent-street District .. 1 1 0 Mr. Oades, ditto 1 1 0 Mr. Ritcher, ditto .....

0 10 6 Mr. Tuck, ditto .... 1 1 0 Mr.Fricker, ditto ......

0 10 6 Mr. Carruthers, ditto. 0 10 6 Mr. Downey, ditto....

1 1 Mr. Garfit, ditto.....

0 10
Mr. Phillips, ditto .....

1 1 0 Mr. Bourne, ditto .... 0 10 Mr. James Johnston, dit

110 Mr. Rowe, ditto.......

0 10
Mr. Parker, ditto .....

1 1 0 Mr. Roach, ditto

0 10
Mr. Robinson, ditto ....

0106 Mr. Hughes, ditto...... 0 10 Mr. Read, ditto ...........

0 10 6 Mr. Kay, ditto ..

0 10 Mr. Dawe, ditto...

Mr. Tassell, Holborn District .. 1 1 0 Mr. Cherrington, ditto.

0 10
Mr. Empson, ditto ..

0 10 0 Mr. Shellard, ditto ...

0 10
Mr. Lees, ditto .....

0 5 0 Mr. Strong, ditto .....

0 10
Mr. Fox, ditto

0 10 0 Mr. White, ditto ..

0 10
Mr. Judd, ditto ...

0 5 0 Mr. Hart, ditto ....

0 10
Mr. Yell, ditto ....

0 10 0 Mr. Roberts, ditto.

0 10
Mr. Carter, ditto ..

0 5 0 Mr. Pattrick, ditto

Mr. Ely, ditto .....

0 100 Mr. Rees, ditto

. 0 10

Mr. Everett, ditto...... Mr. Wallace, ditto.....

0 10

Mr. Mills, Shoreditch ... Mr. Bracegirdle, ditto.

1 1

Assistants at Messrs. Bartrum, HarMr. Wyatt, ditto ..

0 10

vey, & Co., Holborn ...... .. 3 3 0 Mr. Blight, ditto

0 10

Assistants at Mr. Martyn's, White Mr. Stokes, ditto

chapel ......... Mr. Davies, ditto

.......... 1 2 6

Collected by Mr. Feddon, TottenhamMr. Taylor, ditto

0 10 Mr. Booth, ditto.....

0 10 6

court-road District. .... Mr. Loader, ditto

0 10 6 Mr. Bateman, ditto.

0 10 6 Messrs. C. & W. F. Collins, Chelsea.. 2 20 Mr. Bing, ditto.....

0 10 6 Messrs. Blanchard & Sons .......... 1 0 Mr. Marsh, ditto ... 0 10 6 Mrs. C. Mayhew .....

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THE LATE-HOUR QUESTION.

INTELLIGENCE.

The grand feature of the early-closing movement during the past month has been, of course, the great Public Meeting of the Metropolitan Drapers' Association, held in Exeter Hall, on Tuesday evening, November 11th, in aid of the £5000 Fund. A full report of the interesting proceedings on that occasion appears in another part of our pages, and the space it necessarily occupies compels us to defer some portion of our intelligence, and compress the rest into as small a compass as possible. We lay before our readers, however, the principal topics of interest which have received attention in the PROCEEDINGS OF THE CENTRAL BOARD.

October 29th.--Resolved, “That 10,000 copies of a hand-bill for the Tottenhamcourt-road District be printed.”

“ That it be an instruction to the Visiting Sub-committee to take the necessary steps for getting up the public meetings of assistants in the various districts in aid of the £5000 Fund."

November 5th.—The Report of the Select Committee appointed to reorganize the various Standing Sub-committees was adopted. One of its recommendations was, that a Council be formed for the more efficient conduct of the affairs of the Association. It was accordingly resolved, " That a council be appointed, to consist of the ebairmen of the nine Standing Sub-committees, and four other members of the Central Board."

This new feature in the organization of the Association is now in active operation, and meets weekly.

Nov. 12th.- Arrangements for holding a General District Meeting in the Eastern Institution, Commercial-road, were brought under the consideration of the Central Board. The meeting will take place on Tuesday evening, December 2nd, G. F. Young, Esq., will take the chair; and Mr. Under-sheriff Wire and other influential gentlemen will address the meeting.

Resolved, “That the Statistics Subcommittee be appointed to take the necessary steps for procuring members to the Linendrapers', &c., Institution, to be given in at their annual dinner.”

A meeting of the assistants of Waterloo House was recently held, for the purpose of electing eight representatives in the District-Committee, at which the majority of the assistants were present, and a spirit of activity was evinced in the cause far greater than on any preceding occasion. The duty of all assistants to aid the Committee in carrying out their projects was strongly enforced, in addresses from the chairman and other gentlemen present; and the numerous attendance at the meeting, with the increased and ready payment of the quarterly subscription, create a hope that the young men of Waterloo House will soon become as distinguished for their advocacy of early-closing as their employers have long been for their practical acknowledgment of its beneficial influence.

Other important meetings have been held in several of the districts, but space will not permit us to refer to thein in de tail.

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SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE £5000 SPECIAL FUND ALREADY

RECEIVED.
SUBSCRIBED AT THE PUBLIC MEETING AT EXETER HALL.
£. 8. d.

4. s. d. The Rt. Hon. Lord R. Grosvenor, M.P. 10 10 0 Mr. J. H. Lewis, Strand Thos. Wakley, Esq. M.P..

• 10 10 0

Mr. George Waugh .... Chas. Cochrane, Esq. .............. 5 5 0 Mr. C. Ling .....

1 1 0 The Rev. W. Curling, M.A. (Annual

Mr. Ling, jun. .......

0 10 6 Subscription).................. 1 1 0

Mr. Parton ..... R. D. Grainger, Esq. ............... 1 1 0 Messrs. John and Chas. Saward...... 11 Mr. Hitchcock ....

The Assistants at Lambeth House 10 10 0 Mr. Redmayne ........

Mr. Harris .......................

0 100 Messrs. Peters and Underwood ...... 10 00 Mr. Brooke.

0 10 6 Mr. Bennoch, Wood-street.....

5 0 0
Mr. Ferneley ...

0 10 6 Mr. Lund, Newgate-street, (general

Mr. Paul.

0 10 6 funds) .....

Mr. Mills......

0 100 Mons. Samson, Lowther Arcade .... 400 Mr. Hume .............

050 Mr. Asser .................

Mr. Greaves ....

O 5 0 Mr Macey ..........

Mr. Wood ...... Messrs. Baker and Dowden ........ 200 | Collected in the Hall....

44 18 11 Mr. W. Owen announced as his subscription, the amount to be offered for the Prize Address.

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L. s. d. £. 8. d. Mr. Waldron, ditto ..

0 10 6 Mr. Butcher ......

Mr, Silversides, ditto

0 10 6 Mr. Wright, Regent Street District.. 10 Mr. Luck, ditto .....

0 10 6 Mr. St. Clair, ditto .... . 1 10 Mr. Nettleton, ditto...

0 10 6 Mr. Foskey, ditto ..... 1 1 0 Mr. Cocks, ditto.....

0 10 6 Mr. Rose, ditto.... 1 1 0 Mr. Gibbs, ditto ...

0 16 Mr. Harding, ditto .. 110 Mr. Williams, ditto ..

0 5 0 Mr. Austin, ditto .....

Mr. Powell, ditto ..

0 10 6 Mr. Nicholson, ditto..... 110 Mr. Robens, ditto ........

0 10 6 Mr. Robinson, City District 1 1 0 Mr. Lord, ditto .....

0 10 6 Mr. Symons, ditto.... 1 1 0 Mr. Samson, ditto...

0 10 6 Mr. Cockett, ditto..... 1 1 0 Mr. Kipping, ditto ..

0 10 0 Mr. Fiveash, ditto...... 010 Mr. Johnson, ditto ..

0 5 0 Mr. Taylor, ditto .....

0 10 6 Mr. Thomas, ditto.... Mr. Ross, Strand District

1 1 0 Mr. Field, ditto...... Mr. Hornblow, ditto ...

1 1 0 Mr. Honey, ditto ... Mr. Lilwall, Chelsea District ........ 100 Mr. Darby, ditto .. Mr. C. Mayhew, ditto ....

. 1 10 Mr. Evans, ditto ... Mr. Rennie, ditto ..... 11 Mr. Manicom, ditto ...

110 Mr. Rogers, ditto ..... 1 1 0 Mr. Berry, ditto...

1 1 0 Mr. Greenfield, ditto ...

1 1 0 Mr. Hanks, Tottenham Court Road.. 0 10 6 Mr. Jones, Strand District..... 0 10 6 Mr. Booth, ditto

0 10 6 Mr. Evans, Tottenham Court Road

Mr. Martin, ditto ....

0 10 6 District. .................. 0 10 6 Mr. Feddon, ditto ..

0 10 6 Mr. Dixon, Islington District..... 0 10 0 Mr. Wearing, ditto ..

0 10 0 Mr. Durrant, ditto .. 1 1 0 Mr. Dixon, Oxford Street

0 10 6 Mr. Williams, ditto ... . 0 10 6 Mr. Flint, ditto ........

0 10 6 Mr. Jameson ...................... 0 10 6 Mr. Bryant, ditto ....

0 10 6 Mr. Dalton, ditto ..

0 10 6 District Committees. Mr. Horseley, ditto ..

0 10 6 Mr. Biggs, ditto......

0 10 6 Mr. Gray, Regent Street ............ 10 Mr. Burden, ditto ....

0 10 6 Mr. Underwood, ditto .... 1 1 0 Mr. Jameson, ditto .....

0 5 0 Mr. Gribbell, ditto ....

i 10
Mr. Hargreaves, ditto ..

0 2 6 Mr. Gatrell, ditto ...... 1 1 0 Mr. M. Jones, ditto ......

1 1 0 Mr. George Molesworth 1 1 0 | Mr. J. Wilson, jun. ditto..

0 10 6 Mr. Chandler

1 1 0

Mr. Ewan, ditto..... Mr. Reynolds .....

1 1 0 Mr. Ashenden, ditto ... Mr. Rice, ditto ...

1 1 0

Mr. Caldicott, ditto .. Mr. Purday, ditto. 0 10 6 Mr. Baker, ditto ....

0 5 0 Mr. Hills, ditto ...

0 10 6
Mr. T. Jones, ditto ...

0 5 0 Mr. Merrishaw, ditto i 10 Mr. Marshall, ditto .....

0 5 0 Mr. Ingold, ditto ....

Mr. Hindley, ditto........

0 5 0 Mr. Andrews, ditto

1 1 0
Mr. Hall ...

0 10 6 Mr. Nicholson, ditto

Mr. Loader.

0 10 0 Mr. Howe, ditto

Mr. Clark...

0 10 6 Mr. Long, ditto.

Mr. Warlow ........

0 5 0 Mr. Buck, ditto...

Mr. Holt ...............

0 5 0 Mr. King, Chelsea

Mr. Holder, Islington ....

1 1 0 Mr. Lappage, ditto

Mr. Wackrall, ditto .....

0 5 0 Mr. Grover, ditto A Friend, ditto ... Mr. Nichols, ditto.

Mr. Gonner, Regent-street District .. 1 1 0 Mr. Oades, ditto.

Mr. Ritcher, ditto ....

... 0 10 6 Mr. Tuck, ditto .... . 1 1 Mr.Fricker, ditto.

0 10 6 Mr. Carruthers, ditto

.. 0 10 6
Mr. Downey, ditto....

1 1 0 Mr. Garfit, ditto....

Mr. Phillips, ditto....

110 Mr. Bourne, ditto ..

0 10 Mr. James Johnston, ditto .......... 1 1 0 Mr. Rowe, ditto.... 0 10 Mr. Parker, ditto ...

.. 11 Mr. Roach, ditto .. 0 10 Mr. Robinson, ditto ..

. 0 10 6 Mr. Hughes, ditto.

0 10 Mr. Read, ditto ..............

............ 0 10 6 Mr. Kay, ditto .....

010 Mr. Dawe, ditto....

Mr. Tassell, Holborn District ...... Mr. Cherrington, ditto...

1 1 0

Mr. Empson, ditto ... Mr. Shellard, ditto ..

.. 010 0 Mr. Lees, ditto .....

0 ........

5 Mr. Strong, ditto ..

0 0 10 Mr. Fox, ditto ....

0 10 0 Mr. White, ditto

Mr. Judd, ditto .... Mr. Hart, ditto .. 0 10

0 5 0

Mr. Yell, ditto .... Mr. Roberts, ditto....

0 0 10

0 10 Mr. Pattrick, ditto

Mr. Carter, ditto ...

0 5 0 0 10 Mr. Rees, ditto ...

Mr. Ely, ditto ....

0 10 0 Mr. Wallace, ditto..

Mr. Everett, ditto.... 0 10

Mr. Mills, Shoreditch ..... Mr. Bracegirdle, ditto.

11 Mr. Wyatt, ditto

Assistants at Messrs. Bartrum, Har.
0 10
vey, & Co., Holborn ......

3 Mr. Blight, ditto ..

3 0 10

....... 6

Assistants at Mr. Martyn's, WhiteMr. Stokes, ditto ..

0 10 6 Mr. Davies, ditto ..

chapel ........
6
0 10

..... 26 Mr. Taylor, ditto

Collected by Mr. Feddon, Tottenham 0 10 6

court-road District................ 19 Mr. Booth, ditto.... 0 10 6

6 Mr. Loader, ditto.

0 10 6 Mr. Bateman, ditto

0 10 6 Messrs. C. & W. F. Collins, Chelsea.. 2 20 Mr. Bing, ditto...

0 10

Messrs. Blanchard & Sons .......... 1 1 0 Mr. Marsh, ditto ..

6 Mrs. C. Mayhew .................. 0 10 6

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10 6 Mers, Bartrum, Harvey & Co., Holborn 5 5 ! Mr. B. Thomas...

The following Subscriptions have been re

ceived as Contributions towards the gene

ral Funds of the Association:The Right Hon. Lord John Russell,

M.P.....
The Rt. Hon. Lord Robert Grosvenor,
M.P...........

............ 10

10
The Right Hon. Lord Ashley, M.P... 2
The Rt. Hon. Viscount Sandon, M.P.
Charles Hindley, E ., M.P........
Mr. Alderman and Sheriff Sidney ...
W. C. C. Humphrere, Esq......
The Rev. Daniel Wilson, Islington ..
The Rev. Daniel Moore .....

0 10 €
David Boswell Reid, Esq., M.D. .....
H. Pa tison, Esq. .....

5 00
J. H. Curtis, Esq.........
Messrs. Moyes and Barclay..
Mr. Flower, Liverpool.......... 0 100
Messrs. Swan and Edgar ..

10 100 Messta. Hitchcock and Co., St. Paul's

Church Yard .................... 10 10 Messrs. Harvey and Co., Lambeth .. 10 10 0 Messrs. Cooke and Gladstone........ 5 5 0 Messrs. Bardwell and Co., Holborn.. 5 0 0 Messrs. Hopins and Co., Shoreditch.. 5 00 Messrs. Shoolbred and Cook, Totten

ham Court Road.......... ... 10 100 Messrs. Challacombe and Mayou,

Knightsbridge ..... ............ 6 5 0
Messrs. Peters and Underwood, Sloane
Square .........

. 2 2 0

Mers. Baker and Dowden, Pimlico .. ? 2 O
Messrs. Hill and Mills, St. Martin's

Lane..........
Measts. Bailey and Sweet (annual sub-

senbers, ......... ,
Messrs. Paine and Son, ditto ........ 1 1 0
Messrs. Swan and Edzar and donation 10
Messrs. Hitebeock and Co., ditto.... 210
Messrs. Bardwell and Co., ditto......
Messrs. Hill and Mills, ditto ........ 50
Messrs. Peters and t'nderwood, ditto 2 2 O
Messrs. Coppen and Frank, Islington 11
Messrs. Venables, Whitechapel...... 2 2 O
Mr. Lewis, Begent Street .......... 10 10 9
Mr. Harvey, Knightsbridge ..

5 5 0 Mr. Redmayne, Bond Street ..

5 5 0 Ditto (annual subscription) ...

1 1 0
Mr. Owen, Great Coram Street.
Ditto 'annual subscription)...... 1 1 0
Mr. Crane, Commercial Road
Ditto 'annual subscription).....
Mr. Parton, Pimlico..........
Mr. Edwards, Soho Square.....
Mr. Tavener, Oxford Street
Mr. Hall, Bishopsgate Street...
Mr. Griffiths, Strand..........
Mr. Pryce ................

150
Mr. Floute .....
Mr. Boyle, Farringdon Street........
Mr. Mansell ...

1 0 0 Mr. Butler .......

0 Mr. Nicholson, Regent Street (annual

subscriber) .......
Mr. Prentice, Oxford Street, ditto .. 1 1 0
Messrs. Blanchard & Sons .....
Mr. Winkworth, Gutter lane........ 1 1 0
Mr. Kendle, Cheapside .....

0 100

10

Subscriptions received by the following bankers : Messrs. Barclay, Bevan, Tritton, and Co., 54 Lombard Street; Messrs. Bosanquet, Franks, and Co., 73 Lombard Street; Messrs. Cocks, Biddulph, and Co., 43 Charing Cross ; Messrs. Glynn, Hallifax, Mills, and Co., 67 Lombard Street; Messrs. Hankey and Co., 7 Fenchurch Street; Messrs. Herries, Farquhar, and Co., 16 St. James' Street; London and Westminster Bank, 14 Lothbury, 9 Waterloo Place, 213 High Holborn, 12 High Street, Borough, and 4 Stratford Place; Sir J. W. Lubbock, Forster, and Co., 11 Mansion-House Street; Messrs. Praed and Co., 189 Fleet Street; Messrs. Prescott, Grote, and Co., 62, Threadneedle Street; Messrs. Spooner, Attwood, and Co., 27 Gracechurch Street. By Messrs. Aylott and Jones, Publishers, 8 Paternoster Row ; Mr. Hitchcock, St. Paul's Churchyard ; Mr. Redmayne, Bond Street ; Mr. Ambrose Moore, Milk Street, Cheapside; the Treasurer, Mr. D. W. Owen, 44 Great Coram Street; the Honorary Secretary, Mr. C. Mayhew, 19 Ebury Street, Pimlico; and by the Secretary, at the Offices of the Association, 355 Strand. Hours of Attendance from 2 till 5 P.M.

The Names of Subscribers will be published monthly in this Magazine.

The Rules of the Metropolitan Drapers' Association are now ready, price 2d., or 128. per hundred. To be had on application at the Offices of the Association, 355 Strand.

END OF Vol. I.

Printed by W. Blanchard and Sons, Warwick-lane, St. Paul's.

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