Greenwood and Co,
Westmorland Gazette, 23 August 1823:-
TO THE NOBILITY, CLERGY, AND GENTRY, OF
The Northern Counties OF ENGLAND.
MY Lords and Gentlemen, Having experienced the greatest kindness and attention from many Gentlemen of character and distinction amongst you, as well as applications of various descriptions connected with my profession, both as respects our GREAT SURVEY OF ENGLAND, and others of a more private nature, I am induced to propose establishing an Office at Lancaster, for general business, that Town having the most immediate communications with the surrounding Counties of Westmorland, Cumberland, Durham; a considerable portion of my native County of York, together with that in which it is situated. This Office will have the advantage of an immediate connexion with the one in Town, by which means all Agencies and Correspondences will be facilitated on a moderate commission, and with the utmost security; and from which, on its establishment, will be issued Cards describing the nature of business to be done, scale of prices, security given, &c. &c.
I am, My Lords and Gentlemen, For myelf and partners.
Your most obedient humble Servant,
London, 174, Piccadilly, Aug. 11th, 1823.
This advertisement is repeated in the Kendal Chronicle 30 August 1823.
from - C Greenwood
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