The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent, vol. 3Allen, Thomas
A neat edifice of brick; the offices are on the floor, to which there is a double flight of stone steps. In the court room, which is a plain apartment, are portraits of D. Pindar, esq. senior member of the court of common council, painted in by Opie, and T. Chambers, esq. , by Stewartson.
In the office is a portrait of Mr. W. Mills. who died in .
On the opposite side of the street is
 This has been engraved by Ward; the plate is in the possession of the company.