The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent, vol. 3
This is a handsome brick edifice, standing on the west side of ; the hall was used for some years for the drawing of the state lottery tickets; the last drawing in this place was in . In the windows of the hall were formerly several coats of arms in stained glass; the only shields remaining are those of the city and the company in the east windows. In the hall also were
Neither of these portraits are in the possession of the company at the present time. In the court-room, which is a handsome apartment, are several good paintings; among them is a -quarter length of lady Alicia Knyvett, wife of H. Gybson, grocer of Ratcliffe, and afterwards of sir A. Knyvett, knt., and a half-length of the Rev.--Smith, chaplain to the company.
 Brayley's Hist. of London.