Basket Makers

   In 3 Ed. IV. they were allowed to have shops only in the Manor of Blanch Appleton (S. 151).
   The 52nd of the City Companies. No Charter and no Hall.
   Livery granted 1825.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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