Fancy Bread Bakery
21, St Andrew Street
Respectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public, that the Bread manufactured by him is free from Adulteration, not using any Barm but that from Beer or Ale. He only solicits s trial from those who have not as yet purchased, to insure him a preference.
His much esteemed Breakfast Rolls, hot every morning, from Seven to Ten o’Clock. Dinner Rolls as usual, when bespoke.
A fresh supply of superfine Flour, dressed particularly for himself, just arrived. Those who purchase for ready money will find their advantage.
NB Families removing to the Country during the Summer can be supplied three days each week by giving him notice.
All Bread sold at his Shop will be marked with his name.
Brown Bread, so much recommended by the Faculty, Wine Biscuits, Biscuit Powder, and Rusks, when bespoke.
Freeman’s Journal 4 August 1821