A short history of Bond street old and new: from the reign of King James II. to the coronation of King George V. Also lists of the inhabitants in 1811, 1840 and 1911 and account of the coronation decorations, 1911
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Agents Agnew Albemarle House Art Society Arthur Tooth Berkeley Bond St BOND STREET OLD Bookseller Boot Maker building Burlington Arcade Burlington Gardens Burlington House Cadbury Chappell Charbonnel et Walker Charles Charles Frodsham Clarendon Hotel Clarendon House Clifford Street Coach Complexion Specialist Conduit Mead CORONATION Corsetiere Court Dressmaker Dealer DECORATION Dover Street Dowdeswell Duke Earl Ebers Evelyn facturer Furrier Gallery George Glasshouse Street Goldsmith Grafton House Hairdresser Hatter Henry Hookham Hosiers inhabitants James Jewellers John Ladies lease librarians Linen Drapers lived in Bond lodgings Long's Hotel Lord Burlington Madame Majesty Manufacturer Messrs Milliner Music Seller numbered Old Bond Street Opticians Oxford Street Perfumers Piccadilly Plate Portugal Street Pratt Publisher Redmayne road Royal Copenhagen Royal Family Savory & Moore Shirt Makers Shoe Maker side Silk Mercers Silversmiths Sons Speaight Stafford Street Street was built Tailors Thomas Truefitt Uxbridge Vigo Lane Warehouse Westley Richards William Wine and Spirit Wine Merchant