Cazneau, H. R. (Salem, MA)
H. R. Cazneau
This is truly speculative. Perhaps the only reason that Jewett (see 1 below) would mention the name of the man that he bought the tools form would be if his Salem customers would recognize the name or know the 'quality' of the tools.
(1842) " New Book Bindery, John P. Jewett Respectfully informs his
customers and the public in general, that he has purchased the entire stock of
Book Binder's Tools, recently owned by Mr. H. R. Cazneau and having fitted up
the Chamber over his Bookstore in the best manner for a BOOKBINDERY has made
arrangements with a Mr Jonathan Perley (whose qualifications are too well
known to need comment,) to take charge of the same... New & Fashionable
Binding Implements... Stimpson's Celebrated Cylindrical Ruling Machines"...
Gloucester Telegraph, Gloucester MA., March, 12, 1842.