Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, at Thomas Wardill's. Letters arrive from Pickering at 7.30 am., and are despatched at 5.30 p.m. Sundays:- mails arrive at 8 a.m., and are despatched at 8-10 a.m.
Miscellany of trades
Adcock George, carrier to Pickering, daily
Agar John, carrier to Malton on Saturdays, and to Scarborough on Thursdays
Anderson Thomas, schoolmaster, Nat. School, and honorary secretary for Reading Room
Avison James, cattle dealer, Farmanby
Baker William, joiner, &c.
Barnes George, coal merchant
Barnes Mrs. Hannah, grocer, &c., Farmanby
Barnes James, grocer, &c.
Barnes John, tailor and draper
Barnes Miss Sarah Jane, schoolmistress
Barnes William, mason, Farmanby
Best James, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon
Birdsall Richard, bootmaker
Boulton Alfred, joiner, &c.
Bowman Miss Florence E., schoolmistress
Boyes John, corn miller, The Mill
Burnett John, blacksmith
Burnett Thomas, blacksmith
Chapman George, huckster
Charles John, mason and builder
Clarke John William, grocer and draper, &c.
Coultas Wm. Ed., rope maker, &c., Farmanby
Cross Thomas, butcher, Farmanby
Cross Thomas, butcher, Thornton and Pickering
Dennis G. R., joiner & wheelwright, Farmanby
Durrard Rev. Arthur Jas., Ellerburn vicarage
Farrer Rev. William, East hill
Fowler Coulson, Esq., Brook cottage
Gamble George, bootmaker
Garbutt Mrs. Hannah
Garbutt William, Robert, and Alfred, grocers, drapers, and provision merchants
Germain William, station master
Gibson William, huckster, Farmanby
Grayson Sarah, lodgings for visitors
Greaves William, artist, Farmanby; and at 18 Park lane, Leeds
Hayes Capt. Robert Monkman, Farmanby
Heslop Rev. Edward William, M.A., rector, and rural dean