Blackhouse, W. (fl. 1779) [Items bought from Henry Nettleshipp]
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC02437.08521 Author/Creator: Blackhouse, W. (fl. 1779) Place Written: London, England Type: Manuscript document signed Date: 28 December 1779 Pagination: 1 p. : docket ; 13.6 x 20.2 cm.
Probably items purchased by William Knox while he was in Europe. Nettleshipp owned a store called "the Parrott" which was "at the Corner of Honey Lane, Cheapside." Purchased one hoop ring and "finest white paste." The total was for Â£1.18. Signed by a W. Blackhouse that he "Recd the Contents for Mr Nettleshipp." There is a printed image of a parrot in the upper left corner of the document.
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