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HUNGERFORD MARKET
Revival of Hungerford Market. [From the Atlas, Feb. 21, 1830.]. A meeting of the proprietors of shares in this undertaking was held at the Company's office, on Thursday last, Wm. Courtnay, Esq. in the chair. ...
[London]: C. Whiting, Beaufort House, Strand, [1830].
[2] p. ; 22.6 cm. (8°)

Single leaf, verso blank. Drop-head title. Brackets in title. A handbill reporting the committee's success 'in obtaining the option of buying the freehold of the Hungerford Estate, with all its market privileges, ... for the sum of 110,000l. if that sum, together with 100,000l. required for reconstructing the market and the houses ... could be raised by 100l. shares', and announcing a meeting on 26 February to promote the plan. William Courtenay was Clerk to Parliament and a member of the provisional committee of the Market.

Copy Notes Enclosed within Proposed revival and re-construction of Hungerford Market, 1830 (q.v.).

Binding Loose paper.

Reference Number 6267


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