Newspapers and journals: Suppliers of Fawcett's Brilliant Fluid Blacking

Date: 24 Oct 1809
Place: Deal, Kent, England

Kentish Gazette 24 Oct 1809

Fawcett's Brilliant Fluid Blacking
Is used by principal bootmakers in London for beautifying their new leather, it produces a beautiful jet black and exquisite lustre in less time than other blackings, and unites every requisite quality in an improved state of perfection.

In Bottles, 1s. 6d. and 1s. each.

Sold wholesale, and for exportation, at the warehouse, 76, Houndsditch, London; and retail in this county, by Rouse, Kirby and Lawrence, printers, Homersham, and Blackley, Canterbury; Krull and Dixon, Rochester; Townson, Chatham; Land and Brown, Maidstone; Ledger and Shaw, and Mitchell, Dover; Long, Shipdem, and Gumbleton, Deal; Burgess, and Wybourne, Ramsgate; Silver, Gore, Pallister, and Bousfield, Margate; Marsh, Hythe; Abrahams, Sheerness; Senior, Sittingbourn; Miller, Gravesend; Brown, Handcock, and Warren, Faversham; and in every town in England.

Kentish Gazette
24 Oct 1809

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