Medwin, 8(3 Regent Street: Hoby ,f- Humby 20 Pall Mall: Tuc.ek,
109 New Bond Street. — For ladies: —Hook, Knowles, if- Co., 66
New Bond Street; Bird, 86 Oxford Street; Gundry if- Sons. 1 Soho
Square; Hubert. 292 Regent Street; J/rs. Frampton, 79 Regent
Street; Thierry. 70 Regent Street.
Stationi-.rs : —Parkins $ Gotlo, 24-28 Oxford Street; Partridge
.f- Co., 192 Fleet Street.
Surgical Instrument Makers : — We-/'."-* ft- Son, 62 Strand ;
Arnold ,f- Son, 35-3(3 West Smithfield.
Tailors : — Poole if- Co., 3(3-39 SavileRow. Regent Street (intro¬
duction from former customerrequired): Miles, 68 New Bond Street:
Parfilt, Roberts. ,f- Parfitl, 75 Jermyii Street; Kerslake if- Co., 12
Hanover Street. Hanover Square; Ridgway if- Co., 41 Old Bond
Street; Nicoll, 1 14-120 Regent Street, ; Blarney if- Son. 62 Charing
Cross; Hamilton 4' Kimpton. 105 Strand; Ralph if- Son, 150 Strand;
llobson, 57 Lombard Street, and 148 Regent Street; Stohwasser ft
Co., 39 Conduit Street; Stulz, Wain, if- Co.. 10 Clifford Street. —
Ready-made clothes are very cheap in London, and are displayed in
profusion in numerous large shops, with the prices attached. Boots
and shoes, on the contrary, are comparatively dear, but of excellent
quality, shoe-making being one of the best manufactures of (treat
Tea Merchants : — Ridgway, 4 and 5 King William Street.
City ; Strachanft- Co., 12Grcat,St. Helen's Street; 'I'winingft Co., 216
Strand; Dakinft Co., 1 St. Paul's Churchyard, and 119 Oxford Street.
Trunk Makers : — Allen, 37 West Strand; Asprey if- Son. 166
Bond Street, and 22 Albemarle Street: Phillips, 39 St. Martin's
Lane; Soulhgate , 75 and 76 AVatling Street. —(Strangers should
be on their guard against the temptation of purchasing trunks
and portmanteaus in inferior leather marked 'second hand' — a
common form of fraud in houses of an inferior class.)
Umbrellas and Parasols : — Songster if Co.. 94 Fleet Street.
140 Regent Street, 75 Cheapside, and 10 Royal Exchange.
AVatciimakers : — Bennett, 64 and 65 Cheapside; Burraud if-
LnmU, 4 I Cornhill : Benson, 25 Old Bond Street. 58 and 60 Ludgate
Hill, and 99 AVestbourne (trove, Bayswater; E. Dent if- Co., 61 Strand;
M.F.Dent ft Co., 33 Cockspur Street; Frodshamft Co.. 84 Strand.
Waterproof Goons: —Mackintosh ft Co., 83 Cannon Street
(wholesale only): Bax, 1 Charing Cross; Garrait, 70 Cheapside;
Fitch ft Co., 117 Cheapside; Emory ft Co., 48 Regent Street; l'd-
miston, Spyns, ft Son, 441 Strand, and 5 Charing Cross.
Wine .Merchants. — There are about 2500 wine merchants in
London, most of whom can supply fairly good wine at reasonable
prices. A'isitors who occupy private apartments should procure their
wine from a dealer. The wines at hotels are generally dear and in¬
different. The following are good houses: — Hedges ,f Butler,
155 Regent Street: Amor. 135 New Bowl Street; Gi/bey, Fan-