Dadley

call on Dadley 30.4.1805 / 26.5.1805 again / 28.5.1805 Dadley & Mulready call / 15.6.1805 Dadley, Dawe & Mulready call / 9.7.1805 Mulready & Dawes tea & supper adv Dadley  / 30.7.1805 Dadley calls / 21.8.1805 call on Dadley & Dawe / 27.8.1805 Dadley calls / 28.8.1805 again / 13.9.1805 call on Dadley / 21.9.1805 again / 26.9.1805 Dadley calls / 9.11.1805 meet Dadley / 20.10.1808 Dadley calls / 2.11.1808 again / 1.12.1808 again / 3.12.1808 again / 25.3.1812 again / 18.6.1814 again / 21.6.1814 again / 16.7.1814 again
There were perhaps enough coincidences of Dadley with Mulready and Dawe (see above entries) to suppose he may have been an artist. Holdens 1817 listed J Dadley engraver & etcher, Bellisle Cottage, Park St, Southampton St, Camberwell. his name was on a number of plates 1797-1803. J Dadley architect exhibited drawings of buildings in Birmingham at the RA 1794 & 1795 and a portrait in 1797. Farington noted a J Dadley whose application to be a student at the Royal Academy was turned down in 1796. The name was commoner in the West Midlands but there was a jeweller, pewterers, a hatter & a haberdasher of the name Dadley in London c.1800