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NRO, O(N) 30, Grocery Wholesale Price List, 1814
NRO, YZ 4040, Shopkeeper's Account Book, 1797–8
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D1798 HM 27/5, Purchasing Book of Thomas Dickenson of Worcester, 1740–52
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