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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for DONCASTER in Pigot's Directory of 1829.

Post Office,

  • High-street, William Sheardown, Post Master
  • Letters to London are despatched by the mail from Edinburgh at twelve minutes after eleven, and ten minutes before twelve in the forenoon by the mail from Glasgow, and arrive at two in the afternoon by the Edinburgh mail, and five minutes after two by the mail to Glasgow.
  • Letters are despatched to Edinburgh every afternoon at two, and to Glasgow at five minutes after two.
  • Letters to York, Doncaster, Thorne, Snaith, Selby, &c. at half-past two in the afternoon, and arrive at a quarter before eleven in the morning.

Nobility Gentry and Clergy,

  • Abbey Mrs. Elizabeth, Silver street
  • Abraham Mrs. Ann, Spring gardens
  • Ackers Joseph, gent, Spring gardens
  • Adlam Captain William, Bennet Thorp
  • Ainley John, gent. Spring gardens
  • Aldam Mrs. Jane, Hall cross
  • Archard John, gent. Spring gardens
  • Artis Edmund Tyrrell, gent. Hall gate
  • Beckett Mrs. Mary, Hall gate
  • Beckitt Mrs. Harriet, St. George gate
  • Bell Mrs. Ann, Hail gate
  • Bosville Mrs. Frances, Nether hall
  • Bower Henry, gent. Hall gate
  • Bulmer Mrs. Francis, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Burks Mrs. Ann, Hall gate
  • Burley Mrs. Hannah, Hall gate
  • Butterill John, gent. Rennet Thorp
  • Casson Benjamin, gent. Baxtergate
  • Cator Rev. C. Skelbro' hall
  • Childers Mrs. High street
  • Clark Miss Elizabeth, Spring gardens
  • Clarke Mrs. Susannah, French gate
  • Cooke Rev. Alexander, Loversall hall
  • Cooke Mrs. Catherine, Alverley grange
  • Cooke John Yarborough, esq. Campsall mount
  • Cooke Sir William Bryan, bart. Wheatley hall
  • Cookie Richard, gent. Hall gate
  • Cooper William, gent. St. Sepulchre gate
  • Copy Sir Joseph, bart. Sprotbro' hall
  • Crowther R. Wood, gent. Bennet Thorp
  • Cuthbert Miss Mary, Hall cross
  • Cuthbert Rev. William, Bennet Thorp
  • Daniel Mrs. Alice, Spring gardens
  • Denison Edmund Beckett, esq. Hall gate
  • Dey Mrs. Elizabeth, Spring gardens
  • Dodsworth Mrs. Agnes, Wood street
  • Dransfield Rev. James, Hall cross
  • Dyson Stephen, gent. Silver street
  • Earnshaw Mrs. Martha, Hall cross
  • Edmunds Francis, Offley, esq. Warnsworth
  • Ellison Mrs. John. Hall cross
  • Elmsall Captain, Woodlands
  • Elston Misses Cath. & Betsy, Hallgate
  • England Mrs. Elizabeth, Spring gardens
  • Evans Mrs. Melene, Wood street
  • Falconar James, esq., St. George gate
  • Ferries Miss Julia, Hall gate
  • Firth Mesdames. Ann & F. Hall cross
  • Forster Rev. John, South parade
  • Forth John, gent. Bennet Thorp
  • Foster John, gent. Bellmount
  • Foster Mrs. Mary, Wood street
  • Fountayne William, esq. M.P. West Melton
  • Franks Miss Cath. Bellmount cottage
  • Fromer Mrs. Ann, Hall gate
  • Haigh William, gent. West field
  • Hale Mrs. Elizabeth, Hall cross
  • Hallifax Mrs. Sarah, Hall cross
  • Hardy Mrs. Elizabeth, Hall gate
  • Harrison Mrs. Sarah, French gate
  • Heaton Miss Ann, Hall gate
  • Hicks Mrs. Hannah, Spring gardens
  • Higgins Godfrey, esq. Skellow grange
  • Hill Mrs. Mary, Horse fair
  • Hobson Miss Sarah, Spring gardens
  • Hodgson Mrs. Hall cross
  • Holmes Mrs. Elizabeth, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Holmes Thomas, gent. Spring gardens
  • Hopkinson Mrs., St. James cottage
  • Hull Major, Bennet Thorp
  • Hunt Mrs. Martha, Bennet Thorp
  • Huntriss William, gent. Hall gate
  • Jackson Mrs. Harriet, South parade
  • Jenkinson Mrs. Spring gardens
  • Jenkinson Samuel, gent. St. Sepulchre gate
  • Jennings Mrs. Sarah, Union street
  • Kempsall Mrs. Mary, Spring gardens
  • King William, gent. Factory lane
  • Lawrence Mrs. Melene, Hall gate
  • Leake Charles, gent. Spring gardens
  • Leggitt Robert, gent. Spring gardens
  • Lilley Mrs. Mary, Spring gardens
  • Littlewood Mrs. Sarah, Pell street
  • Littlewood Richard, gent. Hall gate
  • M'Gill Captain Henry, Hall gate
  • Marratt William, gent. Bennet Thorp
  • Marsh Mrs. Eliza, Hall gate
  • Martin Benjamin, gent. South parade
  • Martin George, esq. Sandal grove
  • Mason Mrs. Mary, Spring gardens
  • Mawe Frederick, esq. Hall gate
  • Mawe Mrs. John, Bennet Thorp
  • Miall Mrs. Grace, Spring gardens
  • Moore Mesdames, Hall gate
  • Morley Mrs. Olivia, High street
  • Mountain Mrs. Spring gardens
  • Mountain Thomas, gent. St. Sepulchre gate
  • Padgit William, gent. Silver street
  • Parker George, esq. Street Thorp
  • Pearson John, esq. South parade
  • Pearson Mrs. Mary, Bennet Thorp
  • Pickering William, gent. Bennet Thorp
  • Pilkington Henry, esq. Park lane
  • Platts Rev. John, Hall gate
  • Plowes Mrs. Ann, Hall gate
  • Popplewell Benjamin, gent. Spring gardens
  • Powell Rev. Thomas, Spring gardens
  • Radcliffe Lady, Elm field
  • Radcliffe Sir Joseph, bart. Campsall
  • Radley Mrs. Martha, Spring
  • Ramsden Mrs. J. Hall cross
  • Raney Rev. Joseph; Spring gardens
  • Raper Lieut. William, Marsh gate
  • Rawson Captain William, Hall cross
  • Richard Thomas, gent. High street
  • Rowe Rev. Thomas, Spring gardens
  • Sanderson Captain Robert, Hallgate
  • Sanderson. Rev. Bennet Thorp
  • Scorah Jeremiah, gent. Spring gardens
  • Sharpe Rev. John, Vicarage
  • Shore Offley esq., Hall cross
  • Simpson Mrs. Elizabeth, Hall cross
  • Simpson Mrs. Mary, Hall gate
  • Sinclair Mrs. Mary, Spring gardens
  • Singleton Thomas, gent. Spring gardens
  • Smith William, gent. Hall gate
  • Southeran Mrs. Catherine, Hall gate
  • Spooner Mrs. Ann, Spring gardens
  • Stacey Mrs. Mary, Spring gardens
  • Stanton Mrs. Ann, Hall cross
  • Sturgess John, esq. South parade
  • Swift Mrs. Spring gardens
  • Tew Edward, esq. South parade
  • Tummond Robert, gent. Hall gate
  • Turner Mrs. Margaret, Union street
  • Tyas Rickard, gent. South parade
  • Vavasour Mrs. Sarah, Hall gate
  • Webster Mrs. Elizabeth, Balby
  • White John, esq. South parade
  • Whitworth Miss, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Willey Mrs. Ann, St. George gate
  • Woodcock Mrs. Mary, High street
  • Worsop Mrs. Mary A. Hall gate
  • Wrightman Rev. James, Bilby
  • Wrightson William, esq. Cusworth
  • Younge John, gent. High street buildings

Academies & Schools,
Not otherwise described are Day Schools.

  • Allinson John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Atkinson Mary, Spring gardens
  • Bailey George, Corn market
  • Barton Hannah, (ladies boarding) South parade
  • Brailsford Mrs. (ladies boarding) Church gates
  • Cooke Ann Maria (ladies boarding) Hall cross
  • Cuthbert Rev. William, (gent's boarding) Bennet Thorp, Hall gate
  • Ellis Rev. William, (gent's boarding)
  • Graham Robert (gent's boarding) Doncaster bridge
  • Haugh Mrs. (ladies boarding) Hall cross
  • King Rev. William, Factory lane
  • National School (boys & girls') West Laith gate-Robert Ellis, master-Ann Burgan, mistress
  • Neild Sarah, Ellekar street
  • Peacock Sarah (ladies boarding)
  • Pilley Ann, Printing Office street
  • Rogerson James (gent.'s boarding) Race ground
  • Sharpe Rev. John (gent's boarding) Vicarage

Agents,
(See also Fire, &c. Office Agents.)

  • Clarke Lawrence (to Sir William Cooke) Sunny bar
  • Dennison Richard, (to the corporation) High street
  • Kilner William, (to the River Dun Co.) Long Sandal
  • Martin William, (to Gas Co.) Princess street
  • Spurr James, (to John Morton, paper maker) French gate
  • Stead James, (to Benjamin Wilson of Leeds, for ship timber, &c.) Holmes

Architects,

  • Woodhead & Hurst, Hall cross and South parade

Attorneys,

  • Baxter Robert, High street
  • Beckitt William, Scot lane
  • Brooke Thomas, French gate
  • Falconar James, St. George gate
  • Fisher Frederick (and town cleric) High street buildings
  • Heaton William Stocks, Hall gate
  • Mason & Collinson, St. George gate
  • Palmer William, French gate
  • Pearson John & Thomas, Market place
  • Sheardown Edward, Scot lane
  • Standish Henry, High street
  • Stringer John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Tasker John, Spring gardens,
  • Waterworth Thomas, French gate

Auctioneers,

  • Auckland William Jackson, Frenchgate
  • Boulton John, High street
  • Dey William Clafton, Union street
  • Etches Williamson, Factory lane
  • Sheardown William, High street
  • Tilburn Richard Hall gate
  • Webb Thomas, High street

Bakers & Flour Dealers,
(See also Flour Dealers.)

  • Armitage George, Doncaster bridge
  • Bennett James, Meal lane
  • Brown William, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Brown William, jun. Fisher gate
  • Butterell James, Market place
  • Hirst Richard, Marsh gate
  • Knapton William, Princess street
  • Parkinson Samuel, High street
  • Priest Thomas, French gate
  • Sidney Gen. Spring gardens
  • Storrs William, Scot lane
  • Tasker John, New street
  • Teal John, Silver street
  • Thorneloe Mary, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Till William, Corn market
  • Waller John, Goose hill
  • Wolstenholme George, High street
  • Wright John, Doncaster bridge

Bankers,

  • Cooke Sir William Bryan and Co. High street-(draw on Coutts & Co. London)
  • Leatham, Tew, Trueman, Tew and Co. High st-(draw on Joseph Dennison & Co. London)

Basket Makers,

  • Herod Thomas, Baxter gate
  • Nicholson George Sugden, New street
  • Walker Thomas, High street

Blacksmiths,

  • Conway Matthew, Marsh gate
  • Crowther George, Meal lane
  • Downing William, Silver street
  • Fitzgeorge Edward, jun. Warnsworth
  • Fitzgeorge Edward, sen. Balby
  • Fitzgeorge John, Loversall
  • Hind Edward, Silver street
  • Lilford Richard, Bentley
  • Myers William, Graham's yard, French gate
  • Nasseau John, Sprotbro'
  • Oldfield Jonathan, Graham's yard, French gate
  • Richardson John, Old Chapel yard
  • Stevens Edward, East Laith gate
  • Taylor William, Printing Office street
  • Thompson Henry, Silver court

Boat Builder,

  • Benson Stephen, Doncaster bridge

Bone Merchants, &c,

  • Darley & Co. Doncaster bridge
  • Jackson Thomas, Duke street
  • Pillin Robert, Fisher gate
  • Pollard John, Doncaster bridge
  • Robinson George & Co. Fisher gate
  • Tinkler George, Doncaster bridge

Booksellers, Stationers and Printers,

  • Brooke, Hatfield & Co. High street
  • Thomas James, Baxter gate
  • Waite Edmund, Hall gate
  • White Charles & James, Baxter gate

Boot & Shoe Makers,

  • Abby Richd, St. Peter's square
  • Addey James, Goose hill
  • Aldam Thomas, hall gate
  • Bradley- John, Church lane
  • Burkill Thomas, East Laith gate
  • Cartman William, Hail gate
  • Chambers William, Baxter gate
  • Dodson Thomas, Bentley
  • Fitzgeorge William, Balby
  • Fogg George, Duke street
  • Green John, Hall gate
  • Guest John, Union street
  • Heaton William, Goose hill
  • Hodgson William, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Humphreys John, Meal lane
  • Jarratt Richard, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Johnson George, Bentley
  • Justice Charles, Baxter gate
  • Kitchingman John, High street
  • Knowles Thomas, Goose hill
  • Marsh William, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Moverley William, French gate
  • Nance Thomas, Silver street
  • Parkinson George, French gate
  • Pawson Thomas, Baxter gate
  • Pickman Christopher, Silver street
  • Quarton Robert, (carpet shoe manufacturer) Three Cranes yard, Frenchgate
  • Ravenhill John, Baxter gate
  • Reasbeck William, St. James' street
  • Reed John, French gate
  • Richardson Jonathan, Balby
  • Shaw William, Balby
  • Simpson Richard, Bentley
  • Slingsby William, Spring gardens
  • Smith Robt, Printing Office street
  • Turner Francis, Scot lane
  • Wainwright George, Sprotbro'
  • Walker Charles, Balby
  • Watson George, Warnsworth
  • Wells Robert, Baxter gate
  • Whalley Francis, High street
  • Wilson William, Church street
  • Wright John, High street

Braziers and Tin Plate Workers,

  • Farr Robert, Baxter gate
  • Hutchinson John, Goose Hill
  • Laverack David, Baxter gate
  • Smith & Wharham, High street
  • Stoker John, East Laith gate
  • Thirlwall Robert, Magdalen's

Bricklayers,

  • Armfield John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Pullon William, French gate
  • Stone John, Horse fair

Butchers,

  • Abbot Charles, Marsh gate
  • Abbot Christopher, Baxter gate
  • Abbot Joseph, Friendless street
  • Addy George, Bentley
  • Broughton Thomas, Bentley
  • Brown James New street
  • Brown William, jun. Fisher gate
  • Brown William, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Bullas John, French gate
  • Bullass Matthew, Shambles
  • Columbine John, Silver street
  • Credland William, Baxter gate
  • Dale George, Spring gardens
  • Dawson Robert, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Dodson Samuel, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Elwess John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Foster Joseph, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Haigh Charles, Magdalen's
  • Hall Thomas, Goose hill
  • Heppenstall Joseph, Silver street
  • Hewitt John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Hirst Michael, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Huddlestone James, St. James street
  • Marcroft William, Sprotbro'
  • Mason John, Fisher gate
  • Moorhouse Frederick, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Moorhouse Nathaniel, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Pearson Martha, French gate
  • Rich Thomas, French gate
  • Silvester John, Goose hill
  • Stainton John, jun. Hall gate
  • Stenton John, Hall gate
  • Stenton Joseph, Hall gate
  • Thompson Joseph, Baxter gate
  • Wood John, Warnsworth

Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers,

  • Belk Vincent, Hall gate
  • Bradford John, French gate
  • Crowther Joseph, Bennet Thorp
  • Leggott Thomas, Scot lane
  • Martin John, Wood street
  • Robeshaw Levi, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Walker Thomas, French gate

Carvers & Gilders,

  • Bunning James, St. George gate
  • Catley James, Factory lane
  • Everitt John, High street
  • Wightman Thomas, High street

Cheesemongers,

  • Green William, Baxter gate
  • Horsley Philip, Baxter gate
  • Waller John, Goose hill

China, Glass & Earthen-Ware Dealers,

  • Liddell Robert, High street
  • Taylor Robert, Butter cross
  • Ward Richard, Shambles

Chymists & Druggists,

  • Atkinson Horatio, High street
  • Barton John, Scot lane
  • Dunwell Charles, Goose hill
  • Torr John & Robert, Butter cross
  • Walker George Clark, High street
  • Wright Thomas, High street

Clothes Brokers,

  • Birkinshaw Thomas, Magdalen's
  • Foster Jonathan, (& rag dealer) Baxter gate
  • Senior John, Baxter gate

Coach & Harness Makers,

  • Clemet Thomas, French gate
  • Fretwell James, St. Sepulchre gate,
  • Reed & Seaton, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Tirpin & Armitage, Ellekar street

Coal Merchants,

  • Hirst Richard, Marsh gate
  • Holmes George, Corn market
  • Mason Richard, Marsh gate
  • Minskip John, Doncaster bridge
  • Naylor Luke, Fisher gate
  • Newton John, Lockwood's row
  • Pillin Robert, Fisher gate
  • Porter and Co. Barnsley Coal Wharf, French gate
  • Raney James, West Laith gate
  • Raney John, West Laith gate
  • Reed & Ward, Fisher gate
  • Robinson George & Co. Fisher gate
  • Tinkler George, Doncaster bridge
  • Tootle Margaret, Marsh gate

Confectioners,

  • Birley Joseph, High street
  • Crowder Sarah, French gate
  • Drury & Lamb, Baxter gate
  • Lyster Elizabeth, Hall gate
  • Nares Robert, Spring gardens
  • Parkinson Samuel (and dealer in British wines) High street
  • Priest Thomas, French gate
  • Thorneloe Mary, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Walker Dorothy, French gate

Coopers,

  • Herod Thomas, Baxter gate
  • Martin Robert, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Nicholson George Sugden, New street
  • Stevenson Joseph, Goose hill

Corn Merchants,

  • Armitage George, Doncaster bridge
  • Bergen Benjamin, St. James street
  • Elland Thomas, Spring gardens
  • Glossop William, Corn market
  • Hall George, Hall cross
  • Marshall John, French gate
  • Mason Christopher Greenwood, Bridge houses
  • Moate Samuel, Hall gate
  • Otley William Henry, Silver street
  • Ridgall Richard, Fisher gate
  • Robinson George & Co. Fisher gate
  • Sorsby Joseph, Corn market
  • Thore George, Corn market
  • Wright John, Doncaster bridge
  • Young Thomas, French gate

Corn Millers,

  • Armitage George, Doncaster bridge
  • Bennett James, Meal lane
  • Birch John, Sprotbro'
  • Hopkinson Joseph, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Walker William, Bentley
  • Wright John, Doncaster bridge

Curriers and Leather Cutters,

  • Allinson Jonathan, Market place
  • Battle John, French gate
  • Casson Benjamin, Baxter gate
  • Cobb Thomas, Baxter gate
  • Millward John, Pell street
  • Stockil William, French gate
  • Wragg Jonathan, Baxter gate

Cutlers-Working,

  • Hurst Joseph, Thomas street
  • Milner John, Scot lane

Dyers,

  • Brown Elizabeth, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Cooper Samuel, (apparel) Factory place
  • Ward Thomas & John, Marsh gate

Farriers,

  • Batty John, French gate
  • England Richard, Fisher gate

Fire, &c. Office Agents,

  • Crown (life) John & Thomas Pearson, Scot lane
  • Eagle (life) Rev. John Platts, Hall gate
  • Imperial, Thomas Wright, French gate
  • Leeds, Samuel Hepper, High street
  • Norwich Union, James Alexander, St. George gate
  • Pelican (life) Mason & Collinson, St. George gate
  • Phoenix, Charles & James White, Baxter gate
  • Royal Exchange, William Sheardown, High street
  • Sheffield, Richard Wellborne, French gate
  • Sun, Frederick Fisher, High street buildings
  • York & Yorkshire, Charles Tootle, Hall gate

Fishmongers,

  • Dawson Samuel, Baxter gate
  • Lowther William, Magdalen's
  • Scales William, High street

Flour Dealers,

  • Bradford Ann, Silver street
  • Salmon Henry, Sand pits
  • Tattershall William, French gate
  • Teal David, Silver street
  • Worstenholme George, High street

Furniture Brokers,

  • Foulston Samuel, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Lyon Sarah, French gate

Grocers & Tea Dealers,

  • Aitken William, Corn market
  • Barton John, Scot lane
  • Birley Joseph, High street
  • Clark John, Corn market
  • Clark Joseph & Timothy, High street
  • Cockle Richard (and seedsman) Corn market
  • Dale Richard, Baxter gate
  • Drabwell John, Baxter gate
  • Drury & Lamb, Baxter gate
  • Fearnley Thomas, Goose hill
  • Hall Henry, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Harrison & Neild, High street
  • Lyster Elizabeth, Hall gate
  • Oxley Thomas, High street
  • Parkinson Samuel, High street
  • Pigott Michael, Goose hill
  • Tattershall William, French gate
  • Tummond Frederick, High street
  • Wragg Francis, French gate.

Gunsmiths,

  • Cartmel & Son (patent) High street
  • Hanson Sarah, Goose hill

Hair Dressers and Perfumers,

  • Battle George, Silver street
  • Brook Matthew, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Bullass Thomas, Shambles
  • Clayton Joseph, Magdalen's
  • Davidson John, Shambles
  • Eyre George, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Judson Charles, Factory lane
  • Kent George, Marsh gate
  • Myers Sarah, High street
  • Newby Nathan, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Pawson William, Goose hill
  • Routh Richard, French gate
  • Seekings Thomas, Silver street
  • Senior Edwin, French gate
  • Senior John, Baxter gate
  • Wilson Richard, French-gate

Hat Manufacturers and Dealers,
Marked thus * are Manufacturers.

  • Addingley William, Baxter gate
  • Andrew Robert, Scot lane
  • Chatham William, High street
  • Duncan James, French gate
  • Goodwin Arthur (and silk mercer) High street
  • Harrison & Neild, High street
  • Hepper Samuel, (& Nosier) High street
  • *Milner Robert, (& furrier) French gate
  • Turner John, Baxter gate
  • Wharton Thomas Blowfield, High street

Hay & Straw Dealers,

  • Higgins Thomas, Corn market
  • Thorp John, Sunny bar

Hosiers,

  • Clarkson Thomas, Marsh gate
  • Clough Francis, Scot lane
  • Crossley John, French gate
  • Field John, French gate
  • Jackson John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Naylor Thomas, Baxter gate
  • Turner John, High street
  • Waring Richard, Shambles
  • Wharton Thomas Blowfield, High street

Inns,

  • Black Boy, George Wigelsworth, French gate
  • Mail Coach, Thomas Boston, French gate
  • New Angel, George Dunhill, High street
  • Old Angel, Sarah Belcher, French gate
  • Ram, William Laughton, High street
  • Red Lion, Ed. Auckland, Magdalen's
  • Rein Deer, Mary Belcher, Hall gate
  • Woolpack, John Nicholson, New street

Iron Founders,

  • Cartmell & Co. French gate
  • Copley Benjamin, Doncaster bridge
  • Heppenstall John, High street buildings
  • Heppenstall Thomas, Silver street
  • Turton Matthew, Marsh gate

Iron Merchants,

  • Aldred John, French gate
  • Cartmell & Co. French gate

Ironmongers,

  • Aldred John, French gate
  • Elliott Giles, Baxter gate
  • Farr Robert, Baxter gate
  • Hopkin & Myers, High street
  • Hutchinson John, Goose hill
  • Smith & Wharham, High street
  • Taylor William, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Thirlwall Robert, Magdalen's

Joiners,

  • Barber Edward, Printing Office street
  • Bradford John, French gate
  • Burgin John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Cade George, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Clark William, Bower's fold
  • Denton Nathan, Bennet Thorp
  • Foster Aaron, Marsh gate
  • Foster Mary, Silver street
  • Galloway George, Duke street
  • Harrop George, West Laith gate
  • Hawe Thomas (& builder) Duke street
  • Hudson Joshua, (& builder) Elleker street
  • Leggott Thomas Spot lane
  • Parkinson Joseph, Church street
  • Priest Richard & John, Old Chapel yard
  • Reasbeck John, Fisher gate
  • Rymer Joseph, Spring gardens
  • Teal Joseph, French gate
  • Travis Stephen, Silver street
  • Wood Robert, Holmes yard

Land Surveyors,

  • Alexander James, St. George's gate
  • Sanderson Henry, Chatham place
  • Simpson William, Loversall

Linen & Woollen Drapers,

  • Burton Samuel & John, High street
  • Clarke Thomas, New street
  • Clough Francis, Scot lane
  • Crawshaw Joseph, Scot lane
  • Field John, Preach gate
  • Hampson Anthony, Baxter gate
  • Jackson John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Maw & Barker, High street
  • Mirfin Jonathan & Chs. Flower, Baxter gate
  • Siddall Catherine, Butter cross
  • Sykes George & Co. Goose hill
  • Waring Richard, Shambles
  • Wigham Cuthbert, Magdalen's
  • Wilton Matthew, Goose hill

Machine Makers,

  • Cartmell & Co. French gate
  • Heppenstall Jonathan, High street buildings
  • Heppenstall Thomas (and patent straw cutter) Silver street
  • Hopkins & Myers (& wire workers) High street
  • Turton Matthew (and millwright) Marsh gate

Maltsters,

  • Carlton William, Corn market
  • Cockin George, Bentley
  • Cockin Richard, New street
  • Gilson George, (& brewer) Baxter gate
  • Glossop William, Corn market
  • Hall George, Sprotbro'
  • Leach Eli, Fisher gate
  • Mason Christopher Greenwood, Bridge houses
  • Ogley Francis, French gate
  • Prescott Henry, Marsh gate
  • Smith George, French gate
  • Thorpe George, Corn market
  • Timm Nicholas, Shambles
  • Walker Edward, Warnsworth
  • Watson William, Corn market

Manufacturers: Sundries,

  • Clarkson Thomas, (worsted) Marsh gate
  • Crossley Jonathan, (worsted) French gate
  • Crowther Zephaniah (woollen and draper) Corn market
  • Earnshaw Richard (sacking) Factory lane
  • Johnson Matthew, (canvas) Fishergate
  • Taylor Richard, (carpets) Doncaster bdg

Milliners & Dress Makers,
Marked thus* are Dress makers only.

  • *Allan Sarah, Rennet Thorp
  • *Armstead Mary, East Laith gate
  • *Badger Jane, St. Peter's Square
  • *Barnard Hannah, Princes street
  • *Barraclough Mary, Spring gardens
  • *Brown Hannah, Silver street
  • *Camm Jane, Hall gate
  • *Chapman Avis, Three Cranes yard
  • *Eyre Martha, Sunny bar
  • Farrar Ann, French gate
  • Grubb Alice, Bennet Thorp
  • Hewitt Cath. Charlotte, Wood street
  • Jackson Mary, Ann and Harriet, Hall gate
  • *Jarratt Maria, Little Pell street
  • *Jewitt Sarah, Silver street
  • *Kirby Elizabeth, Marsh gate
  • *Kirkby Ellen, Silver street
  • Knowles Mary Ann, Goose hill
  • Peat Ann & Elizabeth, High street
  • *Robinson Elizabeth, French gate
  • *Snarling Sarah, Scot lane
  • Swallow & Bower, Hall gate
  • *Whalley Emma, Chatham place
  • *Whitford Ann, Duke street
  • *Wragg Harriet, Printing Office street
  • Wright & Watkinson, Market place
  • *Yeates Louisa, King street

Nail Makers,

  • Aldred John, French gate
  • Aldred Richard, (& patten) French gate
  • Child Joseph, St. Peter's square
  • Moxon Samuel, St. Sepulchre gate

Nursery & Seedsmen,

  • Bingley Richard, Balby
  • Crowcroft Thomas, Hall gate
  • Crowder William, Botanic nursery, Sand pits
  • Crowther John Law, Bennet Thorp
  • Crowther William Law, French gate
  • Ellison William, Hall gate
  • Gouldin Samuel & Son, Silver street
  • Hall Abraham, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Milan John, Baxter gate
  • Rushby William, French gate
  • Wheater Richard, Scot lane
  • Wood George, St. Sepulchre gate

Oil & Colourman,

  • Atkinson Horatio, High street

Painters, House, Sign, &c,

  • Alley & Rushby, Silver street
  • Boston Thomas, French gate
  • Burning James, (ornamental painter) St. George gate
  • Everitt John, High street
  • Goulding Samuel & Son, Silver street
  • Harrison George, High street
  • Hawley John, Hall gate
  • Jackson Joseph, Market place
  • Wightman Thomas, High street

Physicians,

  • Chorley Edward, Green house
  • Robinson John, Hall gate

Plasterers,

  • Hodgson Thomas, West Laith gate
  • Sadler William, Silver street

Plumbers & Glaziers,

  • Higgins Richard, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Jackson Samuel, St. George gate
  • Mandall Thomas Robinson, Scot lane
  • Pearson John, Silver street
  • Wakefield William, French gate

Professors & Teachers,

  • Brailsford Isaac (music) Church gts
  • Gautier Pierre Louis (French) Printing Office street
  • Herring John (portrait painter) Elleker street
  • Morine Timothy (dancing) Spring gardens and St. James street
  • Savage John (dancing) French gate
  • Smith Thomas, (music) Cartwright street
  • Snett John (music) South parade
  • Webb Thomas, (drawing) High street
  • Wragg David (music) French gate

Rope & Twine Spinners and Flax Dressers,

  • Carlton William, (and sacking and tarpawling makers) Market place
  • Cooper William, Fisher gate
  • Hanson George, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Johnson Matthew (and manufacturer of canvas) Fisher gate
  • Rooth John, Sunny bar
  • Somerset Thomas, Magdalen's
  • Wright Samuel (& nets) New street

Saddlers and Harness Makers,

  • Cockin Thomas, Baxter gate
  • England Richard, High street
  • Hawk James, New street
  • Hukin George, High street
  • Liddell Robert, High street
  • Merryweather John, High street
  • Thompson Richard, French gate

Seedsmen,

  • Drabwell John, Baxter gate
  • Pillin Robert, Fisher gate
  • Robinson George & Co. Fisher gate

Shopkeepers & Dealers in Sundries,

  • Acroyd Jane, Bentley
  • Aldred Martha, French gate
  • Archer Elizabeth, French gate
  • Armfield John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Atkinson William, Duke street
  • Barratt Jane, New street
  • Barrow William, Silver street
  • Barton Daniel, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Birley William, Baxter gate
  • Booth George, Marsh gate
  • Brailsford Elizabeth, Fisher gate
  • Brailsford Richmond, Princes street
  • Broadhead Charles, Marsh gate
  • Brooksbank Watson Jno: Shambles
  • Brown William, Fisher gate
  • Brown William, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Butterell James, Market place
  • Cade Mary, French gate
  • Colbeck Samuel, Sprotbro'
  • Cook William, Long Sandal
  • Cotton Mary, French gate
  • Cotton Thomas, East Laith gate
  • Coxon Stephen, Black Swan yard
  • Creaser Thomas, Scot lane
  • Cusworth William, French gate
  • Dawson Thomas, Rennet Thorp
  • Drury George, Fisher gate
  • Ellin John, West Laith gate
  • Foster Thomas, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Fox John, Woodthorp
  • Gelder Diana, Marsh gate
  • Green William, Baxter gate
  • Hague Ruth, Scot lane
  • Hawarth Ann, East Laith gate
  • Hawksworth John, St. Peter's square
  • Heaton Mary, Baxter gate
  • Holbrey Elizabeth, Bennet Thorp
  • Holding Elizabeth, High street
  • Horsley Philip, Baxter gate
  • Hutton George, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Jaques James, Princes street
  • Julian John, Shambles
  • Kay John, Bentley
  • Knapton William, French gate
  • Law Joseph, Union street
  • Law Robert, Marsh gate
  • Littlewood Richard, Bower's fold
  • Machin James, Sprotbro'
  • Milward Luke, Spring gardens
  • Moate William, East Laith gate
  • Moody George, King street
  • Morton Sarah, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Moss Matthew, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Moulson David, Pell street
  • Nares William, Spring gardens
  • Oxley Ann, Marsh gate
  • Potion Robert, Goose hill
  • Raney John, French gate
  • Raney Mary, Bower's fold
  • Reed Mary, French gate
  • Robertshaw Matthew, Spring gardens
  • Robinson Elizabeth, New street
  • Robinson George, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Seaton Rebecca, Bentley
  • Senior John, French gate
  • Shaw John, Spring gardens
  • Shiers Mary, French gate
  • Slack George, St. Peter's square
  • Stones Samuel, Bentley
  • Taylor John, French gate
  • Terrel Patrick, Baxter gate
  • Thornton James, Hall gate
  • Thorp Daniel, Marsh gate
  • Tootle Margaret, Marsh gate
  • Traviss James, Robinson's row
  • Wales George, East Laith gate
  • Waller John, Goose hill
  • Wheen Thomas, Marsh-gate
  • Wilburn John, Spring gardens
  • Woodward John, Baxter gate

Silversmiths & Jewellers,

  • Bright Philip, High street
  • Kyezor Lewis, Frenchgate

Stay Makers,

  • Bramworth Amelia, French gate
  • Downing Mary, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Marsh George, St Sepulchre gate
  • Morris Nathaniel, Scot lane

Stone Masons,

  • Bell John, Holmes yard
  • Lee Henry, Silver street
  • Lister Robert & Charles, Silver street
  • Lockwood Joseph, silver street
  • Murgatroyd James, East Laith gate
  • Tomlin Thomas, King street
  • Waterworth Thomas, St. Sepulchre gate

Straw Hat Makers,

  • Fowlston Mary, High street
  • Lawrence Mary, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Procter Maria, Market place
  • Senior Ann, Thomas street
  • Siddall Sarah Goose hill
  • Smith Catherine, Baxter gate
  • Smith Martha, Printing Office street
  • Stannell Ann, French gate
  • Taylor Elizabeth, Marsh gate
  • Waring Sarah, French gate

Surgeons,

  • Branson John, Hall Cross house
  • Holbrey William, French gate
  • Moore John, Hall gate
  • Morey John Eagleton, High street
  • Pearson Nathaniel, Dispensary
  • Raeburn & Hay, High street
  • Rickard John, St. George gate
  • Sheppard John, Balby.
  • Storrs Robert, St. Sepulchre gate

Tailors,
Marked thus * are also Drapers.

  • *Andrews Robert, Scot lane
  • Bolton Richard, Sprotbro'
  • Boyd Thomas, Cross street
  • Bradley Thomas, Fisher gate
  • Briggs William, Little Bell street
  • Brookes George, Pell street
  • Broughton William, Bentley
  • Chatham William, High street
  • Clarkson Timothy, Church street
  • Crosley William, French gate
  • Dancer Thomas William, Spring gardens
  • *Dickinson Thomas; Ellerker street
  • *Duncan Edward; Baxter gate
  • Fretwell James, Scot lane
  • Garland William, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Graham William; Scot lane
  • Grimshaw John, New street
  • Hanson James, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Holbrey Thomas, Hall gate
  • Hope William, New street
  • Howells John, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Jackson William, St. Peter's square
  • Marsh George, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Mason games, Scot lane
  • Naylor John, Marsh, gate
  • Pickering Thomas, Silver street
  • Powell William, Scot lane
  • Scott John, East Laith gate
  • Simpson William, Mail Coach yard
  • Swallow John, Baxter gate
  • Todd Christopher, Hall gate
  • Tymms Thomas, Spring gardens
  • Womack William, Hall gate
  • Wood James, St. Sepulchre gate
  • *Wood Thomas, High street
  • Woodhouse James, Bentley
  • Woodward John, Baxter gate
  • Wright Thomas, Silver street

Tallow Chandlers,

  • Clark John, Corn market
  • Farrow John, Foundry yard, French gate
  • Fearnley Thomas, Goose hill

Tanners,

  • Clark Joseph, Fishergate
  • Clark William, Balby
  • Holmes Thomas, (& tawer) Church street
  • Sanderson Richard, Balby

Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Barrel, Luke Crawshaw, Warnsworth
  • Bay Horse, William Cockin, Bentley
  • Bay Horse, Henry Swann, French gate
  • Bird-in-Hand, A. Walker, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Black Bull, John Walker, Market place
  • Black Swan, John Stubbs, New street
  • Blue Bell, Thomas Hopkinson, Baxter gate
  • Britannia, Edward Hind, Silver street
  • Brown Cow, William Shaw, French gate
  • Bull's Head, Peter Godfrey, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Cheshire Cheese, Thomas Fevers; Holmes
  • Coach & Horses, Joseph Hargreaves, Scot lane
  • Cross Keys, William Stones, Market place
  • Crown & Anchor, W. Naylor, Friendless street
  • Crown & Cushion, Joseph Jepson, Church street
  • Dolphin, Joseph Midgley, Magdalen's
  • Doncaster Arms, William Whittaker, Bennet Thorp
  • Duke of York, John Edwards, French gate
  • Dusty Miller, John Aspinall, Marsh gate
  • Elephant, Charles Teasdale, High street
  • Falcon, Charles Bailey, Marsh gate
  • Ferry Boat, Thomas Wood, Sprotbro ferry
  • George & Dragon, Sarah Bailey, Marsh gate
  • Golden Ball, John Lyell, Spring gardens
  • Golden Lion, Thomas England Cross street
  • Good Woman, Joseph Wright, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Green Dragon, Richard Branch, High street
  • Greyhound, Eli Leach, Fisher gate
  • Horse & Groom, George Egley, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Horse & Groom, William Morton, E. Laith gate
  • King George IV., William Rooley, Marsh gate
  • King's Head, James Trippitt, East Laith gate
  • Labour in Vain, Wilfra Holdridge, Marsh gate
  • Leopard, Mary Maudson, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Lord Nelson, John Brabiner, Corn market
  • Lord Wellington, Samuel Downing, Magdalen's
  • Marquis of Granby, Ann Tetley, Saint Sepulchre gate,
  • Mason's Arms, Jonas Fox, Corn market
  • Nag's Head, William Dutchburn, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Old George, William Garnett, New street
  • Old George & Dragon, Joshua Beetham, St. George gate
  • Old King's Arms, Robert Whitlam, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Plough, Amelia Butterworth, Balby
  • Plough, Martha Hepworth, New street
  • Red Lion, William Villrett, Shambles
  • Rockingham, James Pears, Bennet Thorp
  • Royal Oak, Ann Nelstrup, Printing Office street
  • St. James Tavern, Jonathan Glossop, St. James' street
  • Salutation, Thomas Chapman, Hall cross
  • Saracen's Head, William Johnson, Elleker street
  • Sedan, John Birley, Baxter gate
  • Skinners' Arms, Jon., Aspinall, Marsh gate
  • Star, William Whittaker, St. James' street
  • Three Cranes, John Bell, Crane's yard, French gate
  • Three Horse Shoes, George Tinkler, Doncaster bridge
  • Three Jolly Blacksmiths, Jonathan Parkinson, Silver street
  • Three Legs of Man, William Burland, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Union Tavern, Robert Lill, Shambles
  • Vine, Benjamin Wood, Balby
  • Volunteer, John Banks, French gate
  • Wagon & Horses, Jonathan Dodson, Loversall
  • Wheat Sheaf, William Mapplebeck, Sandall
  • White Bear, John Stainton, Hall gate
  • White Hart, John Grant, French gate
  • White Horse, William Bennitt, Market place
  • White Lion, James Banning, St. George gate
  • White Swan, Jonathan Sharp, Balby
  • White Swan, Richard Venables, French gate,
  • Young Union, Ralph Bell, Silver street

Timber Merchants and Wharfingers,

  • Morley William Sons & Co. (timber merchants only) Fisher gate
  • Pillin Robert (& lath) Fisher gate
  • Robinson George, & Co., Fisher gate

Tobacco Manufacturers,

  • Wood & Carr, French gate

Toy & Hardware Dealers,

  • Fletcher Elizabeth, French gate
  • Senior John, Baxter gate
  • Walker Dorothy, French gate
  • Wilson Richard, French gate

Watch & Clock Makers,

  • Bell Joseph, French gate
  • Bright Philip, Highs street
  • Denton John, Cross street
  • Farrar Joshua, French gate
  • Fowler George High street
  • Lyon Sherwood, French gate
  • Waring George, French gate

Wheelwright,

  • Allen George, Sunny bar.
  • Chadwick William, Warnsworth
  • Cheetham John, East Laith gate
  • Field John, Silver Street
  • Fretwell James, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Harrap George, French gate
  • Hatfield Isaac, Bennet Thorp
  • Kendell William Balby
  • Ledger William, Bentley
  • Norton William, Bentley
  • Watts Jonathan, Bentley
  • Wood Thomas, Sprotbro'

Whitesmiths and Bell Hangers,

  • Elliott George, Baxter gate
  • Farr Robert, Baxter gate
  • Green Thomas, Scot lane
  • Smith & Wharham, High street
  • Tottington William, St. Sepulchre gate

Wine and Spirit Merchants,

  • Dey Charles, French gate
  • Kidson John (spirit only) Goose hill
  • Maw & Barker, High street
  • *Morton John, French gate
  • Nicholson John, New street
  • Popplewell William, Fisher gate
  • Robson Richard, Baxter gate
  • Smith Henry (merchant and wine manufacturer) Baxter gate
  • Smith Joseph, Corn market
  • Wellborne Richard, French gate

Miscellaneous,

  • Aldam Thomas, Every stable keeper, Hall gate
  • Aldred William, furrier and small ware dealer, French gate
  • Armitage William, livery stables, Printing Office street
  • Baldwin Robert, whip maker, High street
  • Barton Thomas, chair maker, St. Sepulchre gate
  • Boocock Joseph, engraver & copper plate printer, Scot lane
  • Booth Edm. musical instrument maker Meal lane
  • Brooks Mary, keeper of the baths, Doncaster bridge
  • Brunton John, turner, Printing Office street
  • Bull Jonathan, horse breaker, &c. Corn market
  • Cannor Robert, lace dealer, Silver street
  • Chester John, parish clerk, French gate
  • Cooper John, slater, Bennet Thorp
  • Coulter Thomas, serjeant-at-mace to the corporation, Hill gate
  • Crowther Samuel, general-inspector of excise, French gate
  • Eastwood Joseph, earthenware dealer, Silver street
  • Elvidge William, rabbit dealer, Corn market
  • Etches Williamson, police constable for the riding, Factor lane
  • Foster William Whittaker, sheriff's officer, Spring gardens
  • Garland William, veterinary surgeon, Fisher gate
  • Graham Thomas, Cork cutter, French gate
  • Hammond Benj, pawnbroker, Church street
  • Hay Simon, artificial flower maker, St. Peter's square
  • Heppenstall Thomas; patent straw cutter manufacturer, Silver street
  • Hepworth Robert, serjeant-at-mace to the corporation, Spring gardens
  • Hopkins-& Myers, wire workers, High street
  • Howell John, fellmonger, Balby
  • Howson George, surveyor of the Bawtry turnpike road, Princes street
  • Hoyland Joseph, glover, Meal lane
  • Kidson John, law stationer, Goose hill
  • Mandall Thomas Robinson, coroner, Scot lane
  • Public & Subscription Billiard Rooms Scot lane-James Fretwell, proptr.
  • Reid, Hugh, preserver of birds, French gate
  • Scholes William, brush manufacturer, French gate
  • Sinkinson John Hardy, patten and clog maker, Fisher gate
  • Smallpage William, clerk to the river, Dun Co. Church street
  • Spurr James, paper warehouse, French gate, John Morton, agent
  • Thompson, Samuel, excise officer, Silver street
  • Trueman William, provision warehouse, High street
  • Tymms Thomas, borough constable, Spring gardens
  • Volanterio Joshua, optician, High street
  • Wimberley William, coach proprietor, Hall gate
  • Wood Richard, coach proprietor, Wood street
  • Wrangham ---, supervisor, Spring gardens
  • Wright James, file smith Bower's fold

Coaches,

  • To London, the Royal Mail (from Edinburgh) calls at the New Angel, every forenoon at, twenty minutes past eleven; goes through Bawtry, Retford, Newark, Grantham. Stamford Stilton, Huntingdon and Ware-and the Royal Mail (from Glasgow) at five minutes before 12; goes thro' Buckden, St Neot's Biggleswade, Baldock, Stevenage, Hatfield and Barnet-the Wellington (from Edinburgh) every evening at half-past six-the Express (from Edinburgh) calls at the Rein Deer and Ram Inns, every forenoon at eleven-the Express (from Glasgow) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings at eleven-and The Rockingham (from Leeds every day at half-past twelve-the High Flyer (from Edinburgh) calls at the Black Boy, every evening at half past six--& the Union (from Leeds) calls at the Old Angel, very evening at half past seven; all go the same route as the Edinburgh Mail.
  • To Edinburgh, the Royal Mail (from London) calls at the New Angel, every afternoon at two-the Wellington, every afternoon at one-the Express, calls at the Rein Deer and Ram Inns, every morning at half-past three-and the Highflyer, calls at the Black Boy, every morning at five; all go through Ferrybridge, Tadcaster, York, Thirsk Northallerton, Darlington, Durham, Newcastle, Morpeth, Alnwick, Berwick, Dunbar and Haddington.
  • To Glasgow, the Royal Mail (from London) calls at the New Angel, every afternoon at two; goes through Ferrybridge Leeds, Harrogate, Ripon, Catterick Bridge, Appleby, Carlisle, Gretna Green, Ecclefechan, Lockerby, Beatock Bridge, Elvanfoot, Douglas Mill and Hamilton-and the Express, calls at the Rein Deer and Ram Inns, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at half-past 3; goes thro' Ferrybridge, Tadcaster, York, Boroughbridge, Catterick, Greta-bridge, Penrith, Carlisle, &c.
  • To Halifax, the Independent, from the Rein Deer & Ram Inns, every day (Sundays excepted) at twelve; goes through Elmsall, Wakefield, Mirfield, Huddersfield, &c.
  • To Harrogate, the Rockingham (from London) calls at the Rein Deer & Ram Inns, every forenoon at eleven; goes through Ferrybridge and Leeds.
  • To Hull, the John Bull (from Sheffield) calls at the Black Boy, every morning (Sundays excepted) to suit the tide, arrives at Thorne water side, in time for the steam packets, waits their arrival from Hull, and returns to Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield immediately and the Paul Pry, calls at the New Angel, every morning (Sundays excepted) time according to the tides; goes thro' Hatfield, Sandtoft, Beltoft, Belton and Butterwick, where it meets the Hull packets from Gainsborough.
  • To Leeds, the Rockingham (from London) calls at the Rea Deer and Ram Inns, every forenoon at eleven-and the Union, calls at the Old Angel, every morning at five; both go through Ferrybridge, &c.
  • To Manchester, the Old Royal Mail, from the New Angel, every morning at 6; goes thro' Rotherham, Sheffield, &c.
  • To Nottingham the-Regal Forester, from the Rein Deer & Ram Inns, every Tuesday Thursday & Saturday mornings at six; goes thro' Tickhill, Worksop and Mansfield,
  • To Scarborough; the Blucher (from Sheffield) calls at the Rein Deer & Ram Inns, every morning during the bathing season; goes thro' York, Malton &c. &c.
  • To Sheffield, the John Bull (from Thorne) calls at the Rein Deer & Ram Inns, every morning (Sundays excepted) tithe according to the tides-the Commander-in-Chief, every afternoon at four -& the Regulator, from the Three Legs of Man, every afternoon at half-past 3. Stamford, the Times, calls at the New Angel, and the Hope calls at the Red Lion, every morning at eight; both go thro' Bawtry, Tickhill, Retford, &c.
  • To Thorne, the John Ball (from Sheffield) calls at the Rein Deer and Ram Inns, every morning (Sundays excepted) time according to the tides.
  • To York, the Royal Mail, from the New Angel, every afternoon at half-past two; goes through Hatfield, Thorne, Snaith, Selby, Riccal and Escrick.

Cars,

  • To Askern, John Clarkson, Acts the Rein Deer and Ram Inns, and John Lindley, from the Black Boy, daily.
  • To Barnsley, William Archer, from the Mail Coach, every Saturday afternoon at four
  • To Tickhill, William Booth, from the Green Dragon, same day and hour.
  • To Wath, William Kershaw, from the Black Boy, same day and hour.

Vans,

  • To London, Deacon, Harrison and Co. from the Falcon, every night at ten-To Bradford, every forenoon at eleven
  • To Leeds, every morning at two- and to Sheffield, every morning at four.

Carriers,

  • To London, Deacon, Harrison & Co. from the Falcon, every afternoon-J. Jackson & Co. from the Rein Deer and Ram Inns, every morning-& William & Joseph Pettifor, from John Thompson's warehouse, St. Sepulchre gate, every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday.
  • To Barnsley, George Embley, from his house, Elbow-st Thomas Sharpley, from the Black Swan & Falcon Inns& George Stringer, from the Lord Wellington, every Tuesday, Thurs. & Sat.
  • To Bawtry, Thomas Ashmore, from the Elephant-and Thos. Burdin, Brew the Lord Wellington, every Sat afternoon.
  • To Belton, James Birdwhistle & William Crabtree, from the Lord Wellington, every Saturday afternoon.
  • To Billingley, John Wilson, from the Cross Key, every Saturday afternoon.
  • To Birmingham, Thomas Dawson, from the White Bear, every Wed. & Sat
  • To Epworth, John Bowman, from the Plough-and William Read, from the Lord Wellington, every Saturday afternoon.
  • To Gainsborough, George Embley, from his house, Elbow-st, every Mon, day and Friday morning-and George Stringer, from the Lord Wellington, every Monday afternoon.
  • To Hemsworth,-Bedford; from the White Horse, every Saturday noon
  • To Leeds; J. Jackson & Co. from the Rein Deer & Ram Inns, away evening.
  • To Norton, Robert Hough, from the White horse, every Saturday afternoon
  • To Rotherham, George Brooke, from the King's Arms, every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoon-and Edward Wilkinson, from the Crown & Anchor, every Thursday and Saturday
  • To Scarborough, Thomas Dawson from the White Bear, every Tuesday & Saturday mornings-and William Scales, from his warehouse, High street, every Tuesday morning.
  • To Sheffield, John Adams, from the Lord Wellington, every Tuesday and Saturday afternoon--George Birley, from his warehouse, St. Sepulchre gate, and Francis Flinton, from the Fulton, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings- Thomas Dawson, from the White Bear, every Wednesday and Saturday nights- Samuel Downing, from the Lord Wellington, every morning -George Embley, from his horse, Elbow-street, every Saturday morning-The Holmes, from the Lord Wellington, every Tuesday and Friday afternoons- and John Jackson, from the Dolphin, every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday afternoons.
  • To Thorne, John Chantry, from the Plough-Samuel Downing, from the Lord Wellington-and Jonathan Jackson, from the Dolphin every Tues. Thurs. and Sat.
  • To Tickhill, Robert Booth, from the Three Legs of Man, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday---Susannah Farrar, from the Marquis of Granby every afternoon (Sundays excepted)and Thomas Wimpenny, from the same place, every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
  • To Wakefield, Deacon; Harrison & Co. from the Falcon, every forenoon.
  • To Worksop, Thomas Wells, from the Marquis of Gunby, every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday afternoons.
  • To York, Deacon, Harrison & Co. from the Falcon, every forenoon-William & Joseph Pettifor, from John Thompson's warehouse, St. Sepulchre gate, every Tues. Thurs. and Sat. mornings - William Scales, from the Lord Wellington-and Thomas Dawson, from the White Bear, every Tuesday and Saturday mornings.

Conveyance By. Water,

  • To London, George Robinson & Co.'s and Robert Pillin's Packet Boats and Vessels, from their wharf, once a week.
  • To Armin, Howden, Goole and Rawcliffe, the same persons how the same places, once a week.
  • To Barnsley, the same persons, three times a week.
  • To Barnsley, Rotherham, Sheffield & Hull, William Morley, Sons & Co.'s Packet Boats and Vessels, once a week
  • To Burton- Upon-Stather, Crowle, Thorne, Gainsbro' Hull, Leeds, Lincoln, & York Robert Pillin, and George Robinson & Co, from their wharfs, once a week.
  • To Rotherham and Sheffield, the same persons, from the Same places, daily.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003