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Trade - an international perspective

This Merchants and Bankers Listings website is years old and is now (from 2009) undergoing a marked identity change. Its timeline material on economic history (for 1560-1930) is being moved to a website managed by Ken Cozens and Dan Byrnes, The Merchant Networks Project. This will empty many of this website's pages which have always been in series. In due course, Merchants and Bankers Listings will carry information from the Crusades on the early development of what became “capitalism” in Europe to 1560 or so. As well as a conglomeration of data on modern developments, mostly on modern/technical industry, computing, and for the future, today's climate change problems. The editor's view is that in the context of climate change, the views of Merchants and Bankers (and Economists, politicians), the keepers of matters economic, are due for a considerable shake-up. If this website can encourage the shake-up, and help inform it reliably, well and good. -Ed

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c1800: Below is a list of addresses of London bankers 1800++:
From an unnoted website on Genealogy, Local & Family History in London, England: Leigh's New Picture of London.

List of London Bankers:

Barclays, Tritton, and Bevan, 56, Lombard street
Barnard, Dimsdale, and Co. 50, Cornhill Birch, Chambers, and Hobbs, 160, New Bond street
Bond, Sons, and Pattisall, Change Alley
Bosanquet, Pitt and Co. 73, Lombard street
Bouverie and Co. 35, Craven street, Strand
Brooks, Son, and Dixon, 25, Chancery-lane
Brown, Langhorn, and Co. 23, Bucklersbury
Chatteris, Whitmore, and Co. 24, Lombard street
Child, and Co. 1, Fleet street
Cocks, Biddulph, Ridge, and Co. 43, Charing Cross
Coutts, (Thomas,) and Co. 59, Strand
Curries, Raike, and Co. 29, Cornhill
Curtis, (Sir William,) and Co. 15, Lombard street
Denison, J. 106, Fenchurch street
Dimsdale, (Hon. Baron,) Barnard and Co. 50, Cornhill
Dorien, Magens, and Co. 22, Finch Lane
Drummond and Co. 49, Charing-cross
Esdaile, (Sir James,) Esdaile, and Co. 21, Lombard-time
Everett and Co. 9. Mansion-House-street
Fry, (W. S.) and Sons, 4, St. Mildred's-court
Fuller, (Richard and George,) and Co. 84, Cornhill
Gill and Thomas, 42, Lombard-street
Glyn, (Sir R. Carr, Bart.) Mills and Co. 12, Birchin Lane
Gosling and Sharp, 19, Fleet-street
Hammersleys, Greenwood, Drew and Co. 76, Pall Mall
Hanbury and Co. 60, Lombard-street
Hankeys and Co. 7, Fenchurch-street
Herries, Farquhar and Co. 16, St. James's-street
Hoare, Henry and Co. 37, Fleet-street
Hoare, Barnett's, and Co. 62, Lombard-street
Hodsoll and Sir Walter Stirling, Bart. 345, Strand
Hopkinson, C. and E. and Co. Waterloo Place
Jones, Lloyd, Hulme, and Co. 43, Lothbury
Ladbrokes, Watson, and Gillman, Bank Buildings
Lees, Satterthwaite, Brassey, and Co. 71, Lombard-street
Lubbock, Sir J. W. and Co. 11, Mansion-House-street
Marsh, Sibbald, Sir J. Stracey, and Co. Berners'-street
Marten, Hale, and Call, 25, Old Bond-street
Martins, Stone, and Martin, 68, Lombard-street
Masterman, Peters, Walker, Mildred, and Co. 2, White Hart-court, Lombard-street
Merle, (Wm.) and Co. 2, Cox's-court, Little Britain
Minet and Fector, 21, Austin Friars
Morland, and Co. 57, Pall Mall
Nicholson and Co. 32, Abchurch Lane
Pares and Heygate, 25, Bridge-street, Blackfriars
Paxton, Corkerill, and Co. Austin Friars
Perring, (Sir J. Bart.) and Co. 72, Cornhill
Pole, (Sir Peter, Bart.) and Co. 1, Bartholomew Lane
Praeds, Mackworth, and Newcombe, 189, Fleet-street
Prescott, Grote, and Co. 62, Threadneedle-street
Price and Co. 1, Mansion-house-street
Ransom and Co. 34, Pall Mall
Rogers, Towgood, and Co. 29, Clement's Lane, Lombard-street
Sansom and Postlethwaite, 65, Lombard-street
Sikes, Snaith, and Co. 5, Mansion-House-street
Smith, Payne and Co. George-street, Mansion-House
Snow, Sandby, and Paul, 217, Strand
Spooner and Attwoods, 27, Gracechurch-street
Stephenson, Remington, and Smith, 69, Lombard-street
Stevenson and Salt. 80, Lombard-street
Vere, Smart, Baron, and Co. 77, Lombard street
Wentworth, Chalmer, and Co. 25, Threadneedle street
Weston, Pinhorn, and Co. 37, Borough
Williams, Son, Moffat, and Co. 20, Birchin Lane
Willis, Pervical and Co. 76, Lombard street
Wright, T. and Co. 5 Henrietta street, Covent Garden.

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