Commercial Legacy Details
- John Asgill Gosling is identified as a partner with Hanbury in the London firm in a pseudonymous polemical pamphlet of 1788 by 'A.N.I.' Jacob M. Price characterised the firm as the continuation of the business of Richard Gosling (d. 1769), a neighbour of Osgood Hanbury I.
- A Narrative of Facts; with animadversions on the conduct of certain persons (London, 1788); Jacob M. Price '18th Century London Quaker Families' in Richard S. Dunn and Mary Maples Dunn (eds.) The World of William Penn p. 380