The Newcastle and Gateshead directory: for 1782, 83, and 84. Containing the names, trades, and situation of the warehouses, shops, &c. ...
Whitehead, William, of Newcastle.
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WM. WHITEHEAD, MUSICAL INSTRUMENT-MAKER and TURNER, On the Middle of the High Bridge, NEWCASTLE;

REpairs Musical Instruments in the neatest manner, and Turning work in Metals, Ivory, Bone, Horn, and Hard Woods in every Branch; Walking Canes mounted in Silver, Metal or or any other manner; Book-binders Fillets turn∣ed; Fishing Rods made; Ladies' Fansticks made and mended; Screw and plain Bows for Violins and Violincellos; Tailpieces, Bridges, and P••s for ditto; sold wholesale or retail at the lowest prices: With many other articles executed in Metal. Ivory and Wood on the shortest notice; Bows haired, &c.

N. B. His new invented Swell for the Piano Forte, which has been so greatly approved of, at the usual price