~ SUN STREET ~

CANTERBURY

*NUMBERING HAS CHANGED ON SUN STREET

 

 

Guildhall Street

*NUMBERING HAS CHANGED ON SUN STREET

 

No. 1

1838 John HARMAN, 1 Sun Street, listed under Linen and Woollen Drapers, Haberdashers, Silk Mercers, &c.

1838 William CLARK, Linen Draper at Mr. Harmans, 1 Sun Street

1838 Albert HISCOCK, Linen Draper at Mr. Harmans, Sun Street

John HARMAN, Linen Draper %

*1838 listed under St. Alphage - Guardians appointed at Vestries, John HARMAN, Sun Street

*1838 listed under Commissioners of Pavements, John HARMAN, Sun Street

(*1862- Royal College of Surgeons of England. The following gentlemen having undergone the necessary examinations for the diploma, were admitted Members of the College at a meeting of the Court of Examiners on the 9th inst. - John Harman, Canterbury )

1860's AD Kent House and Commerce House. W.H. Linom, Linen and Woollen draper, Silk Mercer, Hosier, Haberdasher & Laceman, Stay and Straw Bonnet Warehouse, 1 & 2 Sun Street, Canterbury, (The Mourning Bonnet - Trade has become an increasing branch in this establishment, and those who are in search of a good Crape or Silk Bonnet can see a large assortment, at Prices to suit all classes of the community. Widows' Bonnets and Caps made to order.) Welch Flannels, Carpetings and Rugs.

William H. LINOM, Linen Draper ^

1889 S.T. DEAKIN, Clothier and outfitter

* A photo of the front of the shop in Canterbury A second selection by Derek Butler

Feb 1902 William John CROOK, assistant to Mr. Deakin, Clothier of Sun Street (CCA-CC-J/V/1902/32)

1903 Samuel Thomas DEAKIN, Clothier (& 18 Sun street, and 18 Guildhall St.)

1917 DEAKIN and Sons, Outfitters & Tailors

 

No. 2

1838 COMMERCE HOUSE, James HALL, 2 Sun Street, listed under Linen and Woollen Drapers, Haberdashers and Silk Mercers, etc.

William H. LINOM, Draper "COMMERCE HOUSE" %

1860's AD Kent House and Commerce House. W.H. LINOM, Linen and Woollen draper, Silk Mercer, Hosier, Haberdasher & Laceman, Stay and Straw Bonnet Warehouse, 1 & 2 Sun Street, Canterbury, Welch Flannels, Carpetings and Rugs.

William H. LINOM, Linen Draper ^

1889 Wm. LEFEVRE & Co. Drapers & Milliners

1917 LEFEVRE Drapers

 

No. 3 & 4 Sun Street

 

No. 3

1838 Jas. BLACKLEY, listed under Boot and Shoe Maker (and Ladies' Shoe Warehouse) 3 Sun Street

James BARNETT, Butcher %

*James Barnett - Barnett, the butcher of Sun Street, had either 6l or 7l for his vote, cannot recollect which, Goodwin, 5906. Had 4l or 5l for keeping two voters together. Tookey had Stredwick, and preventing them from bolting. Barnett, 11198. Did not receive this money for his vote, it. 11171 Parliamentary Papers

Mary A. BLINKS, Shoe Seller ^

1885 Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades - Alexander KENNEDY, listed under Boot & Shoe Makers, Warehouses & Dirs., 3 Sun Street

1889 Alexander KENNEDY, boot warehouse

1903 Mrs. J.V. KENNEDY, Boot & Shoe Maker

1917 Mrs. KENNEDY, Boot Warehouse

The cathedral archives holds sales accounts of KENNEDY and Sons (3-4 Sun street)

1891-1907 CCA-CC-SuppMs/16

1891-1902 CCA-CC-SuppMS/16/1

1902-1907 CCA-CC-SuppMs/16/2

 

No. 4

1838 John James WILLIAMSON, listed under leather cutters and curriers, 4 Sun Street (also listed under Tanners)

1840 John WILLIAMSON, Currier & Leather Seller

John J. WILLIAMSON, Tanner & Currier %

John J. WILLIAMSON, Tanner & Currier ^

Return of owners of land - John James WILLIAMSON, 4 sun street, Canterbury acres 2 0 19. Rent 16 15

Bark Merchants - J.J. WILLIAMSON & Son, 4 Sun street, Canterbury Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades 1880

1889 Alexander KENNEDY, boot warehouse

1903 Mrs. J.V. KENNEDY, Boot & Shoe Maker

1917 Mrs. KENNEDY, Boot Warehouse

No. 5

1838 Zachariah HUDSON, listed under Corn factors and dealers, marked as dealer, 5 Sun Street

John ELGAR, Corn Chandler %

Zachariah HUDSON, Corn & Flour Dealer ^

1882 J. J. WILLIAMSON & Sons, Tanners, 5 Sun Street & St. Mildred's Tannery

1882 Stephen Horton WILLIAMSON, 5 Sun Street

1882 Silas WILLIAMSON, 5 Sun Street

1885 Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades - J. J. Williamson & Sons, 5 Sun Street, listed under Bark Merchants, Fellmongers, Curriers, Horse Collar Makers, Leather Merchants, Leather Cutters and Sellers and Tanners - St. Peters Friars & St. Mildreds

1889 Williamson & Sons, tanners and leather merchants

Kentish Gazette 26th July 1881:
DEATH OF AN OLD INHABITANT OF CANTERBURY
We record this week the death in his 90th year, of Mr. J.J.Williamson, of Sun-street, one of the oldest, and, for a long period, a well-known inhabitant of this city. The deceased, who during advancing years was blessed with remarkable health and activity, expired somewhat suddenly at an early hour of Saturday morning, after an illness of two days only. Attaining an age which few are spared to enjoy, his life covers a long period. Born in London in 1792, his earliest recollections extended to the beginning of the present century, and one of the circumstances which seems to have been impressed upon his mind as a child was that of seeing from the waterside the vessel carrying the body of Nelson up the Thames some time after the battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Settling in Canterbury in 1810, he soon afterwards became a member of the old Canterbury Volunteers Corps known as the "Independent Rifle Company", which was on duty in St. George's-street when Louis XVIII of France and George IV of England (then Prince Regent) passed through the city on their way to Dover. This company was raised in 1803 under Captain Rushbrooke, and disbanded in November 1814. Another incident connected with things long matters of history which we have heard him relate was that an officer (a personal friend) who, bringing the news of the battle of Waterloo from Dover and travelling in the way in which all express intelligence was at that time conveyed, first stopped his post-chaise, having two French flags extended from it, at his door amidst the eager enquiries of bystanders. Mr. Williamson subsequently became a member of the old Corporation, and during 21 years was associated with names now rapidly passing from local memory, being himself, as stated sometime since, the last surviving member. The remains of the deceased will be interred to-day (Tuesday) in the family vault in the churchyard of St. Alphage, of which parish he was during 26 years churchwarden. Information supplied by a wonderful visitor to the site, thank you

1917 William LEFEVRE (ltd) Drapers

 

No. 5 & 6 Sun Street

 

SUN YARD - Charles W. HARRIS, Stableman

 

No. 6

1838 Robert FILL, SUN INN, 6 & 7 Sun Street

Robert Y. FILL, Inn Keeper "SUN INN" %

*1860 Music Hall Inn, John Edward Bassenden (no address listed) *noted in "The Draper and Clothier" A book of general information for all traders in and purchasers of textile fabrics 1860

1882 William BELSOM, Corn Dealer & Seedsman, 6 Sun Street

John E. BASSENDEN, Victualler of "THE SUN"

1889 W. BELSOM, Corn and seed merchants

1917 William LEFEVRE (ltd) Drapers

 

No. 7

"SUN INN"

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1838 Robert FILL, SUN INN, 6 & 7 Sun Street

George SMITH, Shellfish Dealer %

William SMITH, Watchmaker ^

Nov. 1880 Sarah HALL, a glass and china dealer residing at the "Sun Inn", Canterbury

1889 Mrs. Rhoda MOSS, SUN INN

1903 SUN INN, Charles Henry Longhurst MARSH, Sun hotel and posting house, 7 Sun Street

1913 -1917 Miss Mary Emily PULLEN "SUN HOTEL"

 

No. 8

Sun Hotel

1838 John CHAPMAN, Baker, 8 Sun Street

1850's & 60's Henry ALLSWORTH, Baker

1889 Arthur S. MARTIN, Watchmaker and Jeweller

1903 John MARTIN, Watchmaker

1917 J. MARTIN, Watchmaker

 

No. 9 (& 9a)

* A photo of the front of the shop in Canterbury A second selection by Derek Butler

1838 Stephen GILHAM, Hair Dresser & Perfumer, 9 Sun Street

1889 Thomas WOOD, Pork Butcher

1903 T. WOOD & Son, Pork Butchers

1917 T. Wood and Sons, Pork Butchers, 9 Sun Street

1929 T. Wood & Son. For quality & service go to T. Wood & Son, pork butchers and sausage makers. 60 year reputation. Noted for Famous Sausages and Best home-killed Farm fed pork. A trial solicited. 9 Sun street, Canterbury. Telephone 255

 

No. 10

1838 James WELLBY, 10 Sun Street, listed under Tinmen, Braziers, and Tin Plate Workers

Elizabeth JACOBS, Draper & Milliner ^

*In 1865 this building was destroyed in a fire that started on High Street and also damaged part of the Chequer's Inn

Gaywood family

No. 10, 11, 12 Sun St.

1889 Vacant

1894 Miss KINMONT, Florist, Fruiterer &c. 10 Sun Street Canterbury, Fresh Fruit daily

1894 AD - Miss KINMONT (Mrs. HIGGINS) has removed from Sun Street and still continues to supply funeral wreaths and crosses, also wedding and other bouquets on the shortest notice. All orders to be addressed to Errol House, Stour Street, Canterbury.

1903 Edward NEAME, Confectioner

1917 Edward NEAME, Baker

No. 10a

1917 C. Hatton & Son, Ladies' and children's outfitters

 

No. 11

1838 Miss Mary SOUTHEE, 11 Sun Street, listed under Milliners and Dressmakers (also listed under Toy Dealers)

Nathan JACOBS, Hardware, Glass & China Dealer ^

*In 1865 this building was destroyed in a fire that started on High Street and also damaged part of the Chequer's Inn

1889 Kent and Canterbury Supply Association; general manager W. Doe

No. 12, 11, 10 Sun St.

WTHBH - April 15, 1899 - AD - Perfect fit both of Lenses and Frames. R. T. Rossiter, F.S.M.C., consulting Ophthalmic Optian. The eyes carefully examined Free of Charge, And glasses only recommended when really necessary. Consultations Free. 11, Sun St., Canterbury.

1903 William HAMILTON, Optician

1905 AD

1905 Cave's Oriental Cafe Ad - 11 Sun street (opposite Christ Church Gate)

1913 Austin Cave & Co. Ltd. Oriental cafe (Folkestone, Ramsgate, Margate, Dover, Deal, Broadstairs, and Hythe)

1917 Cave's Oriental Cafe, E. O'Reilly, manager

1922 Cave's Oriental Cafe, 11 Sun Street. For Light Luncheons. Dainty Teas. Iced Drinks, etc. Quickly and Courteously served. Coffee Roasted in Window Continuously. (Picture in the guide book)

1925 Cave's Oriental Cafe, Opposite Christ-Church Gate "coffee roasted in window continuously"

 

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Showing the Buildings of 12 & 13 Sun Street from my photographs

 

No. 12

*In 1865 this building was destroyed in a fire that started on High Street and also damaged part of the Chequer's Inn

1838 Thomas Corke KNELL, 12 & 14 Sun Street, listed under Linen and Woollen Drapers, Haberdashers, Silk Mercers, &c.

1889 Kent and Canterbury Supply Association; general manager W. Doe

1903 Walker & Harris Co. Chemists & Druggists

1905 AD - Walker & Harris, Sun Street, Canterbury

1917 Walker & Harris (ltd) Chemists *also at 61a Northgate street

1925 Walker & Harris Co. Chemists, opposite Cathedral Gate

 

No. 13

David MATHEWS, Chemist & Druggist %

Alfred D. BLAXLAND, Chemist & Druggist & Dentist ^

*In 1865 this building was destroyed in a fire that started on High Street and also damaged part of the Chequer's Inn

1889 George HOUGHTING, MARKET HALL INN and Cathedral Restaurant

1922 Walker & Harris, Ltd., Photographic Chemists. Plates and films developed. Prints and enlargements made on the premises. Cameras of all kinds kept in stock. Free dark room.

1925 Walker & Harris Co. Chemists, opposite Cathedral Gate

 

Mercery Lane

 

No. 14 - 27 formerly listed as No. 14 - 24

 

No. 14

1832 Henry WARD (1)

"About 1825 Henry Ward opened a bookseller's shop near the Cathedral Gates, afterwards moving to Sun Street and subsequently to Mercery Lane. He was an enterprising man and published many pamphlets of local interest, and dealt in prints as well as books. He was succeeded by his son-in-law, Masters, from whom the business passed to Ashenden and then to Hal Drury, who published among other things the Rev. M. E. Walcott's Memorials of Canterbury in 1868. Edward Crow, his former assistant, next purchased the business, which is now in the hands of his son." Henry Plomer

Sept 17th, 1835 Henry WARD, No. 14 Sun Street (2)

1836 Henry WARD, publisher

1838 Henry has moved to 8 Mercery Lane

1838 Thomas Corke KNELL, 12 & 14 Sun Street, listed under Linen and Woollen Drapers, Haberdashers, Silk Mercers, &c.

William PERKINS, Tea Dealer %

John P. PAY, Grocer ^

1889-1917 14, 15, 16 Charles HATTON, General Draper

1941 - proposed re-conditioning of No. 14 and 15 Sun Street CCA

 

No. 15

John LAMING, Tailor %

1889 -1917 14, 15, 16 Charles HATTON, General Draper

1941 - proposed re-conditioning of No. 14 and 15 Sun Street CCA

 

No. 16

1838 Henry Patrick FIELD listed under Boot and Shoe Makers, 16 Sun Street

Nathaniel LAZARUS, Clothier & Silversmith %

Henry WOOD, Shoemaker ^

1889 Charles HATTON, General Draper

1900's 14, 15, 16, Frank HATTON

1903 C. Hatton & Son, Linen Drapers 10a, 14, 15 & 16

1913-1917 14, 15, 16 Charles Hatton, General Draper

 

Entrance to the Cathedral and Cathedral Precincts

Christchurch Gate

No. 17

*1838 Robert Davis, listed under St. Alphage, Guardians appointed at Vestries, 17 Sun Street (also listed under Clothiers & Tailors)

Robert DAVIS, Tailor and Ready Made Clothes Salesman %

1885 Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades - Henry Simon WOOD, listed under Boot & Shoe Makers, Warehouses & Dirs.

1870 - 1890's H. S. WOOD, Boot Manufacturer

b. 1835 Canterbury, married Mary Jennings 1862 - parents George Frederick Wood and Maria (of Best Lane)

* A Henry Simon Wood died 1843, Canterbury (possibly a relation)

1882 Henry Simon WOOD, Boot & Shoe Maker

1903 Henry Simon WOOD, Boot & Shoe Maker

1917 A. J. WOOD, Watchmaker

 

No. 18

1838 Thomas TAYLOR, Listed under Boot & Shoe Makers, 18 Sun Street

Thomas TAYLOR, Boot & Shoe Maker %

1889 S.T. DEAKIN, clothier & hatter

1903 Samuel Thomas Deakin, Clothier (& 1 Sun street, and 18 Guildhall St.) from Boston, Lincs.

Dec 1903 - Charles GITTINGS, A Shop Assistant employed by Mr. DEAKIN at Sun Street and Alfred Bernard DEAKIN outfitters manager living at Sun Street

Charles Scott: stealing a coat, value 10s, property of Samuel Deakin, Outfitters of Sun Street Canterbury. Witness statements: Sidney Horace Deakin son of Samuel and Constable Harry Robinson Canterbury Police . The defendant said he was hungry and out of work 'since the strike' and his boots were worn out through tramping. Imprisoned: 1 day, in HMP St. Augustine's Canterbury.
25 Sep 1911 -Conviction Notice - Court of Summary Jurisdiction - Canterbury Cathedral Archives - CCA-CC-J/V/19117/32

Samuel Thomas DEAKIN died 1912 in Canterbury

1917 Deakin & Sons, outfitters

 

No. 18 & 19 & 20 Sun Street (on the left)

 

No. 19

1860 AD - John Brent (& 1858 Ad Melville - minus last two lines)

*living on Palace street in 1851 - Gideon Thomas Davis (Upholsterer, Auctioneer and Appraiser)

1858 Gideon Thomas DAVIS, cabinet maker and upholsterer and auctioneer, 19 Sun Street

Gideon T. DAVIS, Upholsterer, Cabinet Maker & Auctioneer ^

James FINCH, Confectioner *

1889 T.S. Bourne & Co., sweet confectionery

1903 T. Bourne & Son, wholesale confectioners, retail (also at 64 Union St.)

1917 G. HOLTUM, Tobacconist

1956 Photocentre, Canterbury, 19 Sun Street, Colour Slides, Colour Film, Cameras, Open on Sundays, June to September. Tel. 2466

 

No. 20

George GILES, Shoe Seller ^

1889 Harry BATEMAN, hairdresser & perfumer

1903 Henry Bradden BATEMAN, hair dresser

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The first sign on the left says "Guildhall Chambers" although it is hard to read

1917 Guildhall Chambers, Ben TWYMAN, auctioneer, valuer and hotel broker (Ben was located at 8 St. Dunstan's Terrace c. 1902 - Mr. Ben Twyman, Auctioneer, Surveyor, and Appraiser. Brewery Agent, Hotel Broker & Valuer.)

No. 20a

1889 H. P. Shears & Co. wholesale and retail tobacconists, 75 St. Dunstans street, and 20a Sun street. A choice assortment of silver mounted pipes & sticks, cigar and cigarette cases. Agent for the celebrated Egyptiennes cigarettes, Suez brand.

 

No. 21

*Business records including order books and an apprentice indenture (Bligh Bros.) is held by the Centre for Kentish Studies - Ref #U2103

Dyers Workshop ^

1880 Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades - Bligh Brothers, Coach & Carriage Builders, Sun Street; Works Northgate

1885 Kelly's Directory of the Leather Trades - Bligh Bros. listed under Carriage Builders, Sun Street; Works, Northgate

1889 Bligh Bros., carriage builders

Bligh Bros., Carriage Manufacturers, Canterbury, The Canterbury Car designed and manufactured by Bligh Bros.; mounted on three long springs. 19 Gold and Silver Medals Awarded. 80 to 100 Carriages on View. Show Rooms, Sun Street.

1902/3 Bligh Bros., Show Rooms, Sun Street near the Cathedral Gate. 100 Carriages in Stock. Broughams, Victorias, Landaus, &c. Designers of the Canterbury Car and the Phaeton. 30 Medals awarded.

Aug. 2, 1913 (Kentish Gazette and Canterbury Press) Opening of Additional Premises. 21, Sun Street for Household Linens, Curtains, Blankets and of Furnishings..... Wm. Lefevre, Ltd., Sun Street & Guildhall Street. Telephone 238. Canterbury.

1917 William Lefevre, Drapers

 

No. 22

1838 AD

1838 Richard SAVEL, 22 Sun Street, listed under Tobacconists & Cigar Divans

*he sold Grimstones Eye Snuff (R. SAVEL, No. 22, Sun Street, Canterbury, Agent for the above Snuff)

1839 Richard SAVEL, Tobacconist, 22 Sun Street

Stephen GILHAM, Perfumer ^

1889 E. HOWARD, Baker

May 1896 - Safety (Lady's) cushion tyre in good condition, £7 bargain. BATES, 22 Sun Street, Canterbury

1903 Alfred BATES, cycle & gun maker

1917 Edward PEMBRY, Confectioner

 

No. 23

1838 Nathan JACOBS, Stationer, 23 Sun Street

1838 Nathan JACOBS, listed under Ironmongers and Hardwaremen, 23 Sun Street

1840 Nathaniel JACOBS, Hardwareman

1889 John SCOTT & Son, dyers

1903 John SCOTT and Son, dyers & cleaners

1917 SCOTT & Son (ltd.) dyers: H. Stanley, Manager

 

No. 24

Charles H. HAYES, Printer

1889 W. H. HAYES, Printer *likely should read C. H. Hayes

1903 W.T. England, accountant, business transfer & house agent & valuer, Insurance Broker and Mortgage Broker. Sales by Auction and Private Treaty Arranged. Stocks take. Debts Collected. Loans Procured. Arrangements made with creditors.

1903 General Employment Agency, servants' registry office

1917 Deakin and Sons, outfitters


June 30, 1826 Thomas TAYLOR cordwainer of Canterbury and John James WILLIAMSON, leather cutter of Canterbury leased a premises from the Dean and Chapter

June 30, 1836 same as above with a ground plan. CCA-DCc-BB/45/60

June 30, 1846, Lease, Thomas TAYLOR, cordwainer of Canterbury and James WHITE, Upholsterer of Canterbury and James WORSFOLD, gentleman of Dover. CCA-DCc-BB/45/61-62

 

1805-7

William BASKERVILLE, corn chandler (see Broad Street)

*1806 there was a marriage of a Mr. William BASKERVILLE to a Miss R. LAURENCE at Canterbury (not necessarily related)

James BLACKLEY, shoemaker (1840 Pigot at 3 Sun street)

Jonathan BUNDOCK, staymaker

William CHALK, hatter

Cooper CHAPMAN, draper and taylor

John CHAPMAN, baker

John DYCE, brazier

James ELVEY, shoemaker

Henry GEE, cutler

William HARNETT, currier and leather cutter

John KEELER, china warehouse

William KNOWLES, upholsterer

Mary SABINE, cloaths warehouse

Thomas STURGES, porter, ale and coal merchant

WARNER and RANYARD, linen drapers, mercers and hosiers

James WHITE and Sons, upholsterers &c.

Stephen WILLIAMSON, shoemaker

 

1824

WHITE, WHITE AND GOULDEN, St. George's Street & Sun Street - Listed under Auctioneers

Henry NISBETT (leather cutter), Sun Street - Listed under Curriers & Leather Cutters

John James WILLIAMSON, Sun Street - Listed under Curriers & Leather Cutters

James BLACKLEY, Sun street - Listed under Boot & Shoe Makers

Thomas TAYLOR, Sun street - Listed under Boot & Shoe Makers

 

1830 Poll book

Thomas TAYLOR, Senior, Sun Street, Cordwainer

Thomas TAYLOR, Junior, Sun Street, Cordwainer

Henry WARD, Sun Street, Printer

John AVERY, Sun Street, Brazier

Samuel SOUTHEE, Sun Street, Chemist

James HOMERSHAM, Sun Street, Hairdresser

James BLACKLEY, Sun Street, Cordwainer

*unpolled - George WHITE, Upholsterer

James WHITE, Upholsterer

 

*1838 Whites and Goulden, St. George's and Sun Street, Listed under Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers

*1838 Johnathan BUNDOCK, Senior, listed under Tea Dealers, Sun Street (also listed under Stay and Corset Makers)

 

1840's

John HAVMAN, Linen draper

James HALL, Draper

*1838 James HALL, listed under Commissioners of Pavements

James BLACKLEY, Shoemaker

John WILLIAMSON, Currier

Robert FILL, Inn Keeper

George SIMS, Corn Dealer

Charlotte CHAPMAN, Baker

October 7, 1843, The Jurist - Charlotte Chapman, St. Alphage, Canterbury, Baker. Court House Canterbury (city), Oct. 25th at 10

Stephen GILHAM, Hair Dresser

Hambrook LAUTHER, Hoyman

William WELLBY, Tinman

 

1838

David MATHEWS, Listed under Commissioners of Pavement, Sun Street

James WHITE, Listed under Commissioners of Pavement, Sun Street

John James WILLIAMSON, Listed under Commissioners of Pavement, Sun Street *(also listed under Churchwarden of St. Alphage of Palace Street)

Thomas Corke KNELL, Independent West Middlesex (Fire, Life & Annuity), Sun Street

1838 Mrs. LEWIS, Sun Street, listed under Tobacconists & Cigar Divans

 

WTHBH - Sept 14, 1872 - Alarm of fire at Sun Street - Wednesday at noon some smoke was seen issuing from a bedroom at the back part of the premises occupied by Mr. Hutchesson, dyer in Sun Street. On the female in charge of the business, with two assistants, entering the room, it was found to proceed from some of the contents having caught alight. But little damage was however done.

 

1. Life and history of Betty Bolaine, (late of Canterbury) A well known character for parsimony and vice, scarcely equalled in the annals of avarice and depravity; interspersed with original poetry. Second edition. Published by Henry Ward, 14, Sun Street. 1832, Written by Elizabeth Burgess

2. "A Sermon preached in Canterbury Cathedral on Thursday, September the 17th, 1835, being the One Hundred and Twenty-third Anniversary of the King's School Feast Society. By William Grant Broughton, M.A., Archdeacon of New South Wales, and its Dependencies. Published by desire of the Meeting. Canterbury: Henry Ward, No. 14, Sun Street


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