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Hutchins (1747)

Hutchins, —, London, cm (1747). Notice in General Advertiser, 18 September 1747 read: ‘Wednesday Night, about Eleven o'clock, Mr. Hutchins, a Cabinet Maker, was robb'd near Little Turnstile in Holborn, by Two Ruffians, who searched all his Pockets, took from him Two Guineas and made off without the least Molestation from the Watch.’

The original entry from Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, 1660-1840 can be found at British History Online.