London and Birmingham
Thursday, April 7 at 10 - WARWICK, in the County of, at the Court House
Mitchell William, formerly of Livery-street, Birmingham, silversmith and jeweller, then of Hunter's-lane, near Birmingham, carrying on the business of a silversmith and jeweller, in Great hampton-street, Birmingham, then of St. Paul's-square, Birmingham, jeweller and silversmith, and patent pin-manufacturer, then of Blackfriars-road, London, jeweller and silversmith, then of Finsbury-pavement, London; shopkeeper, then of Bath-street, Birmingham, silversmith, then of Northwood-street, Birmingham, silversmith, and late of Constitution-hill, Birmingham, silversmith and pencil-case manufacturer.
Source: The Law Advertiser - 31st March 1831
William Mitchell entered his mark 'WM' contained within an oblong punch with the Birmingham Assay Office on the 1st February 1826, using the Livery Street, Birmingham address.