Lascelles Hon. William Sebright, M.P. Harewood house
Morgan Rev. Theophilus, Harewood
Outhwaite Robert, gent. Harewood
Ridley Rev. Richard, Arthington hall
Academies and Schools,
Barnett Mary (day)
Free School, James & Elizabeth Brooke, teachers
Rose Elizabeth (day)
Gibbs Francis, surgeon
Menzies Robert, land steward to the Earl of Harewood
Harewood Arms (posting house & excise office) Francis Sturdy
Ship, Anthony Scott, Bridge
Shopkeepers & Traders,
Barrett Stephen, butcher
Booth John, wheelwright
Bucktrout John, saddler
Bucktrout William, saddler
Burgess Thomas, painter & glazier
Chapman Robert, gardener
Cowper Jonathan, grocer & tallow chandler
Eastburn James, boot & shoe maker
Ellison Elizabeth, straw hat maker
Franckland Richard, excise officer
Garland Thomas, tailor
Harrison Jonathan, cooper, constable and overseer
Hodgson Jonathan, bailiff & surveyor of the highways
Ingham John, tea dealer
Labron Richard, boot & shoe maker
Lawrence Peter, tailor
Leyland Christopher, corn factor
Muschamp John, stone mason
Muschamp Mary, grocer & druggist
Nicholson James, painter
Nicholson Samuel, blacksmith
Nicholson Thomas, blacksmith
Norfolk Ann, corn miller
Robinson John, wheelwright
Smith Francis, tailor
Snow Elizabeth, dress maker
Snow Thomas, linen draper
Stead Richard, boot & shoe maker
Tippets Mary, shopkeeper
Wade Thomas, carpenter & joiner
Webb Joseph, nurseryman
Webster Sarah, shopkeeper
Wood John, carpenter & joiner
All call at the Harewood Arms Inn.
To London, the Royal Mail (from Glasgow and Edinburgh) every morning at a quarter past seven; goes through Leeds, &c.
To Glasgow and Edinburgh, the Royal Mail (from London) every evening at a quarter past six; goes through Harrogate, Ripon, Carlisle, &c.
To Leeds, the Pilot (from Newcastle) every evening at half-past five-the Telegraph, every evening at seven-and the Union (from Ripon) every morning at half past eight.
To Newcastle, the Pilot (from Leeds) every morning at a quarter before seven; goes through Harrogate, Knaresborough, Boroughbridge, Thirsk, Yarm, Stockton & Sunderland-and the Telegraph, every morning at half-past six; goes through Harrogate, Northallerton, Darlington and Durham.
To Ripon, the Union (from Leeds) every afternoon at half-past two; goes thro' Knaresborough & Harrogate.
To Leeds, Arthur Smithson, from his house, every morning.
To Skipton, Richard Wingate, from the Harewood Arms, every Thursday-and to York, every Tuesday.