CARADOC AND USWORTH COLLIERIES DURHAM
Owners: The Right Honourable LORD HOWDEN Messrs D.JONASSOHN and Co,
Depot for the Greenwich, Deptford and Woolwich District –
GREENWICH WHARF, EAST GREENWICH, KENT
The introduction of Inland Coals to the Metropolis by Railway having rendered it necessary that the owners of Sea-borne coals should meet the competition so caused, arrangements have been made which the CAARDOC AND USWORTH COLLIERIES will commence a system calculated to accomplish this object; and the undersigned has been appointed Lord Howden’s and Messrs . Jonassohn and Co.’s SOLE AGENT for its development in the Port of London
The CARADOC WALLSEND Coals are of the best description obtained from the Northern Field . They are large, clean burning, bright and very durable and equally fitted for drawing room and kitchen purposes. The JONASSOHN WALLSEND are an admirable second-class coal fully adapted for all purposes where a first-class coal is not desired. Both kinds are thoroughly screened at the collieries and again before delivery.
The following are the prices of the coals for cash on or before delivery
Caradoc Wallsend 20s. 0d. per ton
Jonassohns’ Wallsend 18s. 6d per ton
Orders are to be addressed to the undersigned only at the branch office Greenwich Wharf, East Greenwich or at the office of the collieries 25, Coal Exchange, City of London.
Coal Exchange March 1852
AGENTS and BRANCH OFFICES wanted for Greenwich, Deptford, Woolwich, Lewisham, Blackheath, Lee, Charlton, Shooters’ Hill, Eltham, Chislehurst, Peckham,Sydenham and Norwood. Apply personally or by letter to Mr. FREDERIC ROWTON, 25 Coal Exchange London
(advertisement in the Kentish Mercury March 1852)