Thursday 1st January 1846

“Edward Heskett, fellow clerk, had to leave a letter at the White Horse corner of Dean Street and Oxford Street, to which place I accompanied him thither and there had a glass of ale at his expense.”

1 January 1846. Image of first entries in the diary of Nathaniel Bryceson, wharf clerk, aged 19. Image property of Westminster City Archives.

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One thought on “Thursday 1st January 1846

  1. I’m very excited to be reading this diary 170 years after it was written.
    In an attempt to find out more about Nathaniel’s world, I have tried to locate his co-worker Edward Heskett in the 1841 and 1851 censuses, but he is proving elusive. There are a number of Heskeths but I can’t see a Heskett who matches.

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