Recruiting Sergeant, Little Park Street
|The Recruiting Sergeant was the man who would tour the country, setting up an office at a tavern, to induce local men to join the army. The men bound themselves by accepting the King's shilling. There was a barracks in Coventry.
This looks like a mistaken entry for the Recruiting Sergeant at 14 Spon Street.|
LICENSEES:1822 - 1823 James Hudson