West India merchant (Colonial - Caribbean)
A partnership between Alexander Bartlet and George Campbell ran until March 1779. The firm traded under Alexander Bartlet & Co., Bartlet, Campbell & Bartlet, William Bartlet, Campbell & Co., and from 1778 after Williams Bartlet's death George Campbell & Co., merchants of Grenada.
Call for creditors of Alexander Bartlet & Co. late of Green Lettice Lane, merchants, was made in 1786.
Mark Quintanilla, 'Mercantile connections in the Ceded Isles: the Alexander Bartlet & George Campbell Company', International Social Science Review 79.1 & 2 (2004), pp. 14-26.
London Gazette 12799 28/10/1786 p. 515.
RBS holds 'Papers relative to Alexander Bartlet & Co., West India merchants', http://heritagearchives.rbs.com/content/dam/rbs/Documents/History/Hub/wc-41.pdf accessed 08/11/2013 and 'Papers relating to the trustees of the estate of Alexnader Bartlet & Co., West India merchants 15 May 1771-9 May 1815', GB/1502/WC/41. The main trustees were William Annand linen draper; William Matthews, merchant; and Robert Williams senior partner in Lowe, Vere & Williams bankers of Birchin Lane.