The mercantile firm of Andrew Clow & Co. of Manchester, England, operated a store in Philadelphia after the Revolutionary War. In 1791, the store was located in Philadelphia at 20 South Front Street. In the mid-1780s, the firm sold a variety of goods, including pillows, gloves, and wool and linen drapery. The firm also offered for sale imported items from England, including handkerchiefs and printed calicoes (see Pennsylvania Packet, and Daily Advertiser [Philadelphia], 25 Sept. and 17 Nov. 1784, and 21 Nov. 1786). In the early 1790s, Madeira wine was sold at their "STORES in Front street near Market street" (Pennsylvania Packet, and Daily Advertiser [Philadelphia], 11 Dec. 1790).