PERHAPS no part of Nottingham has undergone so much change as that now known as King and Queen Streets. Nearly the entire side of the latter is occupied by His Majesty's Revenue and Postal Offices. Corresponding with this and occupying the other arm of the V (which the two streets form) are the buildings bearing the name of Jessop. These premises occupy the major portion of the entire street, and as the pedestrian walks along from one end to the other he could very easily fancy that he was in Regent Street, London. Though these premises are comparatively new, the business of Jessop's is one of the oldest established and best known in the City. From 1804 till 1897 the business was carried on at 9, Long Row