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Warehouse, Bengal, New street, for Muslin, Calico, and Raw Silk, and at the said Warehouse, for all the Coasts, such as Calico and prohibited Goods of various kinds, and in Leadenhall street.
Warehouse, St. Helens, do. do.
Warehouse, Seething lane, Drugs, China and Tea
Warehouse, do. do. do. do.
Warehouse, Fenchurch street, Tea
Warehouse, do. do.
Warehouse, Haydon square, do.
Warehouse, Cooper's row, do. and Sugar
Warehouse, Crutched friars, do. do.
Warehouse, London wall, Indigo, &c.
Warehouse, Ratcliff cross, Salt petre
Warehouse, Rotherhithe platform, do.
Warehouse, Royal exchange, Peppers
Warehouse, Montague close, Cane, &c.
Warehouse, Kentish buildings, Boro Tea
Warehouse, Fresh Wharf, Sugar
Warehouse, Gravel lane, Sugar
Warehouse, Paul's Wharf, Paut and Sem, Walias Hemp and Flax
Warehouse, Dowgate, Sugar and Indigo
Warehouse, Griffin's Wharf, Gram, Paddy and Rice
Warehouse, Lime street, Baggage
Warehouse, Tooley street, Sugar
Warehouse, Potter's fields, Tea
Warehouse, below Rotherh. Church, Sugar
Warehouse, Jewry street, Tea

SOURCE: Boyle's View of London, and its Environs; 1799. London, Printed and Sold by P. BOYLE, At his Court and City Guide Printing Office, Norris Street, Haymarket, and may be had of Richardson, under the Royal Exchange; Lee & Hurst, Paternoster Row, and all the principle Booksellers in the Kingdom.

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