SIX OLD SILVER SPOONS AND ONE LADLE, engraved with the initials
(793) Lent by COL. W. W. HOZIER.
SILVER QUAICH, used by Prince Charles Edward the night he slept in Ruskie at the inn there, occupied by Daniel Fisher. It measures 3 inches in diameter, and has two handles: on the one is engraved D F, and on the other is I S. For a Hall-mark it only bears the maker’s initials
(528) Lent by WILLIAM FISHER.