His Lordship’s Larder

His Lordship’s Larder and Hotel (Thomas White, Proprietor), 10, St. Enoch Square.—

    It is a pleasure to make prominent mention in this work of one of the oldest established and most popular rendezvous in town, that known as His Lordship’s Larder. The origin of the name “His Lordship’s Larder” is unknown, but it existed sixty years ago, when the business was established. Under the energetic personal management of Mr. Thomas White, the proprietor, who took over the business five years ago, His Lordship’s Larder, which was always a favourite meeting place, has become much more so with farmers and other gentlemen who meet in the square on market days. And this fame has been gradually extending its influence until now, with Mr. White’s frank and obliging manner, and the moderate charges he makes to evening parties, it has gained a great renown for first-class suppers. Mr. White is always prepared to meet the demands upon “His Lordship’s Larder” in the fullest and most complete manner.

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