Posted on: October 14th, 2016 by webfooted
1818 ‘Joseph Hazard, clerk to one of the potteries’ [Messrs Hope and Bright]. He was one of eight journeymen potters who was convicted of entering into an unlawful agreement for ‘controlling and affecting Messrs. Wm. & Thos. Powell, being persons carrying on the manufacture trade or business of a potter, in the conduct or management thereof, & severally sentenced to be imprisoned in the House of Correction for one month’.  The Bright goblet to commemorate this event was made on 4 Dec. 1818. ‘In commemoration of the Potters who resisted the tyrannical conduct of W & T Pow**ll December the 4 1818.  God save the King’.  Marked: made by J. Milsom, E. Melsom, J. Bright, J. Hazard (Bristol Museum Acc. No. 2225).
1822 1 Jun. Living in Temple Street, he witnessed the will of John Hope, potter (PRO Prob 11/1661)


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