Mirror of Literature,  3 (1824), 248–49.

The Royal Exchange.—A Well-Known Lady



Extract, Miscellaneous

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Anon 1824


Commerce, Invention, Medical Practitioners

    Describes the 'placards and advertisements of all descriptions' around the interior of the piazza, including those for a fire escape and a life preserver. Observes: 'Here is a facetius nota bene from Van Butchel the younger, and there a modest notification from the knight of the Medical Board'. (248)

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