Panchaud & Cunning

The London Gazette, 6 June 1812

Take notice that the business of Clock and Watch-Makers, heretofore carried on by the undersigned, at No. 202, In Oxford Street, in the County of Middlesex, under the firm of Panchaud and Cunning was determined by mutual consent on the 15th day of April now instant; and that the said business will be for the future carried on by the said John Cumming on his sole account – Dated April 21, 1812.

Jane Ambrose,  Late Panchaud.

Jno. Cumming.
Liverpool, June 1, 1812


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