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Help and advice for Crediton: Articles from Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 1800-1820

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Articles for the Town of CREDITON taken from Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 1800 - 1820

Prepared by Lindsey Withers

Thursday 16 January 1800, Issue 1893 - Gale Document No. Y3200646819
Wanted, a Master for the Grammar-School of Crediton, Devon, founded by the late Queen Elizabeth - Salary 30l. per Ann. with other Perquisites.
Apply to Mr CLEAVE, Crediton.
Dated January 7th, 1800.

Thursday 3 April 1800, Issue 1904 - Gale Document No. Y3200646934
DOWNES MILLS, CREDITON
To be Let, for One Year from Michaelmas next, All that new erected Dwelling-House and Water Grist Mills, called DOWNES MILLS, now in the Possession of WILLIAM BRIGHT, together with the Herbage of the Orchard adjoining; and also a Field called Rambling Hill, containing about two and Half Acres; and Two Meadows, containing about Six Acres, lying on the other side of the Road, and at a small distance from the said Mills, situate in the Parish of Crediton, in the County of Devon.
Also to be Let, for Three Years from Lady-day 1801, All that Marsh, called LOWER ESWORTHY's Marsh, containing about Eleven and Half Acres; situate in the said Parish of Crediton, now in the Occupation of JOHN CURTIS.
For which Purpose a Survey will be held at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 14th Day of this Instant April, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon.
Apply to Mr William Vowler, at Downes-House, or to Mr John Browne, Carpenter, at Newton Saint Cyres.
Exeter, April 3, 1800.

Thursday 24 April 1800, Issue 1907 - Gale Document No. Y3200646962
Caution to the Public
Whereas We, John Turner, George Heard, Richard Pepper, and Susannah Wood, of Chulmleigh, in the County of Devon, did, on Friday the 21st of March last, assault in the Market-place of Chulmleigh aforesaid, JOHN MAUNDER, of Crediton, in the said County, and took from him some Potatoes, for which he had commenced a Prosecution; but in Consideration of our thus publicly acknowledging our Fault, and promising not to offend again in like Manner, and pay the Expense already incurred, the said John Maunder hath withdrawn his Prosecution which was to have been brought on against us at the General Sessions for the County.
As witness our Hands, John Turner, George Heard, Richard Pepper, Susannah Wood.
April 23, 1800.

Thursday 12 June 1800, Issue 1913 - Gale Document No. Y3200647029
Crediton Grammar School.
Rev. N. Lightfoot being appointed to the Mastership of the Grammar-School of Crediton, intends to open his School, after the Midsummer Vacation, on Monday the 4th Day of August next.
Dated June 9th, 1800.

Thursday 20 November 1800, Issue 1936 - Gale Document No. Y3200647244
Devonshire - To be Sold at Public Auction, by John Mills, on Tuesday the Second of December next, and following Days, at Spencecombe, in the Parish of Crediton, the Household Goods and Furniture of Mr WILLIAM ROWE, consisting of Mahogany and other Tables, Chairs, Sets of Drawers, Bureau and Bookcase, Books, Prints, and Pictures, Beds and Bedding, Looking-Glasses, a Roasting Jack, an Eight-day Clock, China, Glass and Earthen Ware, a Quantity of other Furniture, Brewing and Kitchen Utensils, &c., &c.
At the same time will be Sold, the Remainder of the Stock and Farming Utensils of the said William Rowe; amongst which are, a Cyder-Pound and Engine in complete Repair, two very good Milch Cows, a strong Pack Horse six Years old, a Winnowing-Fan and Corn-Screen, several ricks of Hard and Faggot Wood, twelve Hogsheads of Cyder, some Hay, &c.

Thursday 26 February 1801, Issue 1950 - Gale Document No. Y3200647372
Exeter - Friday evening last, about a quarter past nine o'clock, as Mr JAMES EMES, serge-maker of Crediton, was returning home from this city, he was met near the one-mile stone by a man, who ordered him immediately to stop. Mr Emes thinking it improper to obey this command, rode on, and had not passed him more than about two land yards, when the fellow fired a blunderbuss or carbine at him, but which fortunately did him no injury. The villain was dressed in a grey great coat, such as is worn by private soldiers, and had on a soldier's cap.

Thursday 2 April 1801, Issue 1955 - Gale Document No. Y3200647403
Hair Powder Certificate Duty
Eastern and Northern District of Devon. These are to Give Notice, that Certificates for wearing Hair-Powder, for the Year, commencing the 6th of April, 1801, and ending the 5th of April, 18092, will be issued by the following Persons.
Daniel Hamilton, Distributor for the Eastern and Northern District of Devon.
Mr RICHARD PINSON, Crediton

Thursday 9 July 1801, Issue 1969 - Gale Document No. Y3200647502
Ran Away from his Master, Mr JOHN PRING, on 26th of May last, JOHN BOLT, his apprentice. Whoever harbours or employs him after this public Notice, will be prosecuted.
Crediton, July 9th, 1801.

Thursday 16 July 1801, Issue 1970 - Gale Document No. Y3200647513
Marriage - On Monday last was married at Rockbear, by Archdeacon Ilbert, the Rev. NICHOLAS LIGHTFOOT, of Crediton, to Miss Bridget Prideaux, of Kingsbridge.

First Notice - Prisoners in Southgate Prison, in the City and County in the City of Exeter
JOHN ALFORD, formerly of Crediton, Devon, but late of the City of Exeter, Labourer.

Thursday 27 August 1801, Issue 1976 - Gale Document No. Y3200647556
The Creditors of Mr WILLIAM WELSFORD, late of Crediton, Serge-Maker, deceased, are requested to transmit a particular Account of their respective Demands to Mr James Emes, or Mr John Yolland, both of Crediton aforesaid, Executors in Trust to the said Mr William Welsford, in order that their Accounts may be speedily discharged.

Thursday 15 October 1801, Issue 1983 - Gale Document No Y3200647606
Exeter - WILLIAM LANE, son of Roger Lane, of Crediton, was fined by the Mayor for leaving his father's cart, and baiting his horses in the Fore-street.

Death - Lately died, at Crediton, Mrs YARDE, mother of the late Giles Yarde, esq. of Trobridge. She possessed a cheerful disposition, in an advanced age, and bore a long and painful illness with fortitude, resignation, and Christian piety.

Thursday 22 October 1801, Issue 1984 - Gale Document No. Y3200647613
Exeter - Since our last, Samuel Newcombe, servant to J. Wills, of the parish of South Tawton, was fined by the Right Worshipful the Mayor of this city for carelessly driving his horses through the Fore-street, by which MARY HERRING, of the parish of Crediton, received much injury.

Thursday 19 November 1801, Issue 1987 - Gale Document No. Y3200647644
Exeter, Wednesday November 18
This morning was married at Crediton, Mr WM. BROWN, cashmere and broad cloth manufacturer, Collumpton, to Miss MARTHA DAVY, of Fordton, near Crediton.

Thursday 17 December 1801, Issue 1991 - Gale Document No. Y3200647670
All Persons having any Claim or Demand on the Estate and effects of Mr CLEAVE, late of Crediton, in the County of Devon, Attorney, deceased, are desired to transmit an account thereof to John Smith, of Crediton aforesaid, in order that the same may be discharged. And all Persons indebted to the said Estate, are requested forthwith to pay the Amount of their respective Debts to the said John Smith, who is duly authorised by the Executors to receive the same.
John Smith, Solicitor, Crediton, 10th December 1801.

Thursday 27 May 1802, Issue 2014 - Gale Document No. Y3200647841
Exeter, Wednesday May 26
Monday last was married, at Crediton, Mr FULFORD, jun., serge-maker, to Miss PADDON, both of that place.

Thursday 22 July 1802, Issue 2022 - Gale Document No. Y3200647895
To be Sold by Private Contract, the Fee-simple and Inheritance, of the following Dwelling-Houses, situate in the Wet Town of Crediton, the Property of Mr JOHN WELSFORD, Merchant, in the undermentioned Lots.
Lot 1 - All that commodious Dwelling-House, Brick fronted and sashed, containing a Lobby or Entrance, two Parlous, Kitchen, China Closet, two underground Cellars, having Wine Vaults therein, four Lodging-Rooms on the first Floor, and Garrets over, together with large and convenient Ware-houses, well suited for carrying on an extensive Trade in the Woollen or any other Line that requires Room; two large Walled Gardens, in good Condition, commanding a pleasant Prospect, and a small inclosed Court, in which is a Stable large enough for four Horses, all in Mr Welsford's own Possession; - the Land Tax whereof has been redeemed.
The Dwelling House in capable of being enlarged by an Addition of a Part of the Warehouses immediately adjoining, and the Whole of the Premises will admit of considerable Improvement.
Lot 2 - All those Six Tenements, lying contiguous to the Premises comprised in the foregoing Lot, let to JOHN GRYLLS and others, as Tenants at Will; the Rents amounting to 11l. 16s. per Annum.
Lot 3 - All those Three Tenements, lying at the Upper-end of St Lawrence-Green, let to ELIZABETH BUCKINGHAM and others as Tenants at Will; the rents amounting to 7l. 10s. per Annum; the Land-Tax whereof has been redeemed.
For further Particulars, or to treat, Application to be made either to the said Mr Welsford; or Mr Berry, Attorney at Law, in Crediton.
12th July, 1802.

Thursday 4 November 1802, Issue 2037 - Gale Document No. Y3200648006
Exeter, Wednesday November 3
On Thursday last was married, at Plympton, Mr HUGO, surgeon, of Crediton, to Miss Palmer, of Plympton.

Thursday 30 December 1802, Issue 2045 - Gale Document No. Y3200648061
Devon - To be Sold in Fee, by public Auction, at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Saturday the Eighth Day of January next, by Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, a very compact and desirable Overland Tenement, situate at Hollowcombe, in the Parish of Crediton, aforesaid; now in the Occupation of Mr THOMAS LEE, the Elder, of Yewford, as Tenant; comprising about 44 Acres of prime Arable Land, and one Acre of Meadow; which, in the mean Time may be viewed, on Application to the said Mr Lee; and any further Particulars respecting the same, may be had either of Mr Wreford, of Clannaborough; or Mr Berry, Attorney-at-law, in Crediton.
18th December 1802.

Thursday 17 March 1803, Issue 2056 - Gale Document No. Y3200648143
Exeter, Wednesday 16 March
A few days since - died at her house in St. Sidwells, Mrs WESTLAKE, late of Crediton.

Thursday 24 March 1803, Issue 2057 - Gale Document No. Y3200648146
Devonshire - To be Sold in Fee, all that commodious and well-accustomed Public House, called The KING'S ARMS, on Bowdon-Hill, Crediton, now in the Possession of Mr WILLIAM SKINNER, as yearly Tenant; containing a good Kitchen, Parlour, Cellars, and other Offices, and four good Lodging rooms, with a Courtlage behind, in which are a Brewhouse, Stable, and another Outhouse, with a good Well of Water.
And also, all those Four Tenements or Dwelling Houses, adjoining the King's Arms Inn, in the several Occupations of JOHN THORNE, ITHAMAR BALSON, - WOOLACOTT, and JANE STONE.
The Whole of the Buildings were erected about sixteen Years ago.
For selling the same, a public Auction will be held at the King's Arms Inn aforesaid, on Saturday the second Day of April next, by Four o'Clock in the Afternoon; and in the mean Time the Premises may be viewed on Application to the Tenants; and any further Particulars respecting the same, had of Mr Berry, Attorney, in Crediton.
7th March, 1803.

Thursday 7 April 1803, Issue 2059 - Gale Document No. Y3200648163
White Hart Inn, Crediton
Mr KEYS begs the Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general, will accept his sincere Thanks for the liberal Support with which they have honoured him, and respectfully informs them, that he means to continue at the said Inn, where the Favors of those who shall please to favour him with their Company, will be thankfully received, and gratefully acknowledged.

Exeter, Wednesday 6 April
Lately died, much lamented by a numerous acquaintance, Mr RICHARD HUTCHENS, surgeon, of Crediton.

Thursday 5 May 1803, Issue 2063 - Gale Document No. Y3200648193
Exeter, Wednesday 4 May
On Friday se'nnight died, at Crediton, Mrs MACKAY, sister of the late Giles Yarde, Esq. of Trowbridge, and wife of George Mackay, Esq. of Shields, in the county of Aberdeen.

Thursday 12 May 1803, Issue 2064 - Gale Document No. Y3200648201
Ran Away, on Sunday the First of May, from his Master, Mr THOMAS LEE, of Uford, in the Parish of Crediton, WILLIAM COURT, his Parish Apprentice, about 18 Years of Age, 5 Feet 4 Inches high, full favoured, light Hair, stout grown; wore away a light Kersey Coat, Swansdown Waistcoat, and Leather Breeches; and carried with him a Web Jacket and Leather Breeches. Whoever harbours or employs the said Apprentice after this public Notice, will be prosecuted to the utmost Severity of the Law.

Thursday 16 June 1803, Issue 2069 - Gale Document No. Y3200648234
Exeter, Wednesday 15 June
Yesterday morning died, at Crediton, Mrs HUGO, wife of Mr Hugo, surgeon of that place, and sister to Captain Palmer.

Thursday 14 July 1803, Issue 2073 - Gale Document No. Y3200648263
Devonshire - To be Sold, the Fee-simple and inheritance of the Messuage, Barton and Farm, of Holwell and Marshalls, about 115 Acres; also an undivided Half of an Overland adjoining, about 56 Acres, called Scabbage Moor & Furze Park. The Premises are situated in Crediton, about a Mile and Half from that Market Town, and eleven Miles from the City of Exeter; and tenanted by Mr JAMES LEE, 6 Years of whose Term will be unexpired next Lady-Day. There is a great quantity of saleable and valuable Timber on the Property, and a large Spring of Water. The Land-Tax is redeemed.
An Auction will be held for the Sale, on Friday the Twelfth Day of August next, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the Globe Tavern, in Exeter; and Application may be made to the Tenant for a View of the premises; and for further Particulars, to Mr Sanford, Attorney at Law, Exeter.
13th July, 1803.

Thursday 1 September 1803, Issue 2080 - Gale Document No. Y3200648316
Exeter, Wednesday 31 August
Last week died at Fordton, near Crediton, Mrs DAVY, wife of Mr Davy, merchant, of that place, and daughter of the late Mr Richard Davis, mercer, of this city.

Thursday 27 October 1803, Issue 2088 - Gale Document No. Y3200648370
Exeter, Wednesday 26 October
On Tuesday last was married, by the Rev. Wm. Short, of Teignmouth, Mr OCOCK, of Crediton, eldest son of Richard Ocock, Esq., to Miss Pring, eldest daughter of Mr Pring of the same place.

Thursday 10 November 1803, Issue 2090 - Gale Document No. Y3200648384
Stolen, on the Night of Friday the 30th of September last, out of some Grounds near the Town of Crediton, in the County of Devon, a Bright Bay Gelding, about fourteen Hands high, with a cut Hackney Tail, the further Foot behind is white, seamed very much in both hind Heels, occasioned by the Scratches, and a little white in his throat, where he had been cut for the Strangles; the Property of Mrs TUCKFIELD, of Fulford, near Crediton, aforesaid.
Also, a Chesnut Mare, about thirteen Hands height, with a white Face, a cut Hackney Tail, several Saddle Marks on her Back, and a Crack in the inside Part of the Hoof of the further Foot before; the Pro9perty of WILLIAM LUXMOORE, of Crediton aforesaid.
Whoever will give information unto the said Mrs Tuckfield, or William Luxmoore, of the said Geldings or Mare, so that either or both of them may be restored to the Owner or Owners, and the Offender or Offenders be brought to Justice, shall, on Conviction, receive Five Guineas Reward for each Offence.
And if any Person will restore the said Gelding or Mare to the Owner, they will be handsomely rewarded for their Trouble, although the Offenders should not be found.
Crediton, Oct. 26th, 1803.

Thursday 17 November 1803, Issue 2091 - Gale Document No. Y3200648390
War Office, November 10
Captain Buller's Crediton Volunteer Infantry: - JOHN YARDE and THOMAS HUGO, Gents, to be Lieutenants.
JOHN SMITH and HENRY HOLMAN, Gents. to be Ensigns.

Captain Shut's Crediton Volunteer Infantry - ISAAC DAVY, Gent. to be Lieutenant. EDWIN SHUTE, Gent., to be Ensign.

Thursday 1 December1803, Issue 2093 - Gale Document No. Y3200648409
Exeter, Wednesday 30 November
Monday last was married at Cheriton Fitzpaine, Mr M. KEYS, of the White Hart Inn, Crediton, to Miss G. Lake, of the above place.

Thursday 15 December 1803, Issue 2095 - Gale Document No. Y3200648421
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by Public Auction, on Monday the Ninth Day of January next, at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, precisely at Three O'clock in the Afternoon, on such Conditions as will then be produced, the Fee-simple and Inheritance of all that Messuage and Tenement, situated most conveniently in the Street of Crediton aforesaid, now in the Occupation of Mr GALLEN, as Tenant thereof; consisting of two good Parlous, a Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Brewhouse, Stable, Yard, and every convenient Outhouse; with a good Garden, and a long and excellent Range of Workshops, and other necessary Buildings, for carrying on an extensive Woollen Manufactory.
For viewing the Premises, apply to the Tenant; and for further Particulars, to Mr Townsend, Honiton; or Mr Wellsford, Merchant, Crediton.

Thursday 26 January 1804, Issue 2101 - Gale Document No. Y320064868
Crediton, Devon
Notice is Hereby Given to all Factors and Dealers in Yarn and Wool, frequenting this Town and Borough, that there is now erected a long and commodious Chamber for receiving and depositing of Yarn and Wool; and likewise the customary King's Beam fixed, for the Weight thereof, pursuant to Letters Patent, granting to the Lord of the said Manor and Borough the sole Privilege of weighing Yarn and Wool at the said Beam: And Notice is further given, That whoever sells or causes to be sold any Wool or Yarn, without the same being first weighed at the customary Beam, will immediately be prosecuted.
Dated 24th Jan. 1804.

Thursday 26 January 1804, Issue 2101 - Gale Document No. Y3200648472
Exeter, Wednesday 25 January
This morning died, after a long illness, which he sustained with becoming patience and resignation, Mr WILLIAM BRYETT: He was one of the Governors of the Corporation of Crediton, and had practised as a surgeon and apothecary for forty years past in that town, with great credit and reputation to himself and family: He was a good husband, and affectionate father, and a good neighbour.

Thursday 2 February 1804, Issue 2102 - Gale Document No. Y3200648479
Exeter, Wednesday 1 February
A few days since died in London, where she had gone for the benefit of her health, Mrs RUDALL, wife of Mr Rudall, attorney at law, Crediton.

Thursday 8 March 1804, Issue 2107 - Gale Document No. Y3200648513
Devonshire - to be Sold by Private Contract, discharged from the Land-Tax, the Fee-simple and Inheritance of a good Dwelling-House, formerly the Manor House of Crediton, in the County of Devon, very pleasantly situated in the Town, and fit for the residence of a private Family, or for the carrying on any Trade, for which much Room may be required, or convertible, at a small Expence, into Two Tenements, with convenient Offices, good walled Gardens, well stocked with Fruit Trees of the best Kinds, and a remarkably productive Orchard, surrounded by a Wall, and four Fields or Closes of very fine rich Land, and a Barn, lying behind the same, containing in the whole about 14A. 2R. 16P., distant only eight Miles from Exeter, now in the Occupation of SAMUEL RUDALL, Attorney at Law, the Proprietor, of whom any further Particulars may be known.
N.B. This will be advertised but Once.
Crediton, 6th March, 1804.

Thursday 26 April 1804, Issue 2114 - Gale Document No. Y3200648564
Devonshire - To be Sold by Private Contract, the Fee-simple and Inheritance of a good Brick-Built Dwelling House, pleasantly situated in the Centre of a neat Garden, with a Chain Linhay and convenient Offices, detached from the House; comprising in the whole, about three Parts of an Acre, and inclosed by a Wall; calculated for the Residence of a Gentleman or Tradesman.
The Premises are lying in the East Town of Crediton, about eight Miles from the City of Exeter, and are now in the Occupation of GEORGE MACKAY, Esq., who will shew the same; and any further information may be had of Samuel Rudall, Attorney at Law, in Crediton aforesaid.
If these Premises should not be sold, the same will be Lett at a yearly Rent, for a Term of Years, from Michaelmas next.
Crediton, 23rd April, 1804.

Thursday 10 May 1804, Issue 2116 - Gale Document No. Y3200648576
The Creditors who have proved their Debts under a Commission of Bankrupt, awarded and issued forth against THOMAS COLLINGS, of Crediton, in the County of Devon, Sergemaker, Dealer and Chapman, are desired to meet the Assignees of the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupt, on the Eighteenth Day of May Instant, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, at the House of Thomas Buller, being the George Inn, in the North-street of the City of Exeter, to assent to, or dissent from, the said Assignees commencing and prosecuting an Action to recover the Value of certain Pieces of Serge, sold by the said Bankrupt to Mr Samuel Dugdile, of Exeter, Merchant, the Value of which is also claimed by Mr WILLIAM BURY, of Crediton aforesaid, Serge maker, as having been sold by the said Bankrupt to the said Samuel Dugdile, for him the said William Bury; or to their compounding or submitting to Arbitration, or otherwise agreeing any Matter or Thing relating thereto, and on other special Affairs.

Thursday 12 July 1804, Issue 2125 - Gale Document No. Y3200648640
Stolen or Strayed from Uton Barton, in the parish of Crediton, in the county of Devon, on Sunday the 1st instant, a Dark Bay Mare, of the cart kind, about 14 hands high, with a white streak down the face, long mane, and swish tail, and slit in one ear.
Whoever will give information of the said mare to Mr PHILIP FRANCIS, of Crediton; or to Mr William Francis, of Broadhempston, shall be handsomely rewarded for their trouble; but in whosoever's custody the said mare is found, after this public notice, will be prosecuted as the law directs.
N.B. Should the mare be stolen, any person discovering the offender, or offenders, shall, on conviction, receive five guineas reward, by me. Wm. Francis.
Dated July 10th, 1804.

Thursday 19 July 1804, Issue 2126 - Gale Document No. Y3200648649
Devon
To be Sold, (exonerated from the land-tax), the fee-simple and inheritance of a field or close of land, situate and lying at or near Forches, in Crediton, in the County of Devon, called, or commonly known by the name of Forchie's Field, containing, by estimation, about six acres, (be the same more or less,) now in the possession of Mr CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS, who holds the same for the remainder of a term of twenty-one years, which will expire at Michaelmas, 1805, subject to a yearly quit rent of three shillings and four-pence, and eight-pence for an acquittance.
For which purpose, a public servey or auction will be held at the Ship Inn, in Crediton aforesaid, on Saturday the fourth day of August next, at four o'clock in the afternoon: and in the mean time, the premises will be shewn and further particulars known, by applying to Samuel Rudall, attorney-at-law, in Crediton aforesaid.
16th July, 1804.

Thursday 2 August 1804, Issue 2128 - Gale Document No. Y3200648661
Poney Strayed - Strayed into the grounds of Mrs HANNAH GALLING, of Crediton, in the month of April last, a small Black Horse Poney, supposed to belong to the neighbourhood of Ashburton, as it came in company with another horse, since owned by a gentleman of that town. Any person proving it to be their property, may have it again, by applying as above, and paying the expences incurred.
Crediton, 31st July, 1804.

Thursday 24 January 1805, Issue 2153 - Gale Document No 3200648853
Exeter, Wednesday 23 January
A few days since was married, at St. George's church, Hanover-square, Mr Christie, of London, to Miss ELIZABETH BROWNING, late of Crediton.

Thursday 25 April 1805, Issue 2166 - Gale Document No. 3200648951
Stolen or strayed, from the stable at the Globe Inn, Crediton, kept by WILLIAM SHEARMAN, on Saturday last the 20th instant. A bright bay Mare, with one eye, low back, with a saddle and bridle on.
Whoever will give news of the said mare, to the above named Wm. Shearman, shall receive one guinea reward, and all reasonable expences, but in whosoever's custody the said mare is found, after this public notice, they will be prosecuted as the law directs.
Dated April 24th, 1805.

Thursday 3 October 1805, Issue 2189 - Gale Document No. Y3200649125
Ran Away, on Saturday last, the 28th of September, from his master, Mr JAMES LONG, farmer, of Crediton, GEORGE MILTON, his parish apprentice, about ten years of age, large eyes, thin nose, and dark complexion; wore away a web jacket and waistcoat, and leather breeches. Whoever harbours or employs the said apprentice, after this public notice, will be prosecuted according to law, by me.

Thursday 31 October 1805, Issue d2193 - Gale Document No. Y3200649164
A Robbery
Whereas the shop of Messrs. J. and J. Bradfords, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, was broke open on Wednesday morning, the 30th day of this instant October, between the hours of three and four o'clock, and stole therefrom a quantity Plate, and fourteen English silver Watches and one French ditto.
One Silver Watch, maker's name Williams 21,364; London; one ditto, maker's name Edmond's, London; one ditto, maker's name A. Duncan; together with two dozen of silver Tea Spoons, two silver Caddy Shells, two silver Tablespoons and three Salt Ladles.
Whoever will give information of the offender or offenders, so as they may be brought to justice, shall on conviction, receive Ten Guineas reward.
Dated 30th October, 1805.

Thursday 12 December 1805, Issue 2199 - Gale Document No. Y3200649209
Ran Away, on Sunday the 1st of December instant, from their master, Mr JOHN LEE, senr., of the Parish of Crediton, JANE WEST and RICHARD YELLAND, his parish apprentices: the girl is about eighteen years of age, five feet two inches high, and shews of the small pox; the boy is twelve years of age, wore away a web jacket and a dark waistcoat. Whoever harbours or employs them after this notice will be prosecuted according to law.
Crediton, Dec. 10, 1805.

Thursday 6 February 1806, Issue 2207 - Gale Document No. Y3200649270
Devon - To be Sold in fee by auction, at the half moon inn, in Crediton, on Saturday the 22nd day of February next, by five o'clock in the afternoon, (unless previously disposed of by private contract, of which due notice will be given,) a very desirable Freehold Estate, situate at Hollocombe, in the parish of Crediton, now in the occupation of Mr THOMAS LEE, as tenant; comprising about 44 acres of prime arable land, and one acre of meadow.
Mr viewing the same, apply to the said Mr Lee, and for any other particulars, or to treat for the purchase the4reof, either to Mr John Wreford, at Clannaborough, or to Mr Berry, attorney at law, in Crediton.
28th January 1806.

Thursday 27 February 1806, Issue 2210 - Gale Document No. Y3200649292
Crediton, Devon
To be Let for 14 years, from Michaelmas next, Beare Farm, situate about half a mile from the town of Crediton; consisting of al farm-house, with suitable out-buildings, and 43 acres (more or less) of prime orchard, arable, meadow, and pasture land, now in the possession of Mr WILLIAM SARGENT.
Also, for a term of 7 years, from Michaelmas next, a close of excellent meadow ground, called Cooke's Meadow, containing by estimation three acres, adjoining the Lord's Meadow, and about a quarter of a mile from the town of Crediton.
For which purpose, a survey will be held at the Ship Inn, Crediton, on Saturday the 22 day of March next, by six o'clock in the evening. Apply for a view of Beare Farm, to the tenant; and for particulars to Mr Smith, attorney, Crediton.
Crediton, 25th Feb., 1806.

Thursday 13 March 1806, Issue 2212 - Gale Document no. Y3200649313
Notice to Creditors
Mr SAMUEL WREFORD, late of Crediton, Devon, deceased, who at the time of his death, carried on the business of a druggist, at Crediton, having by his will directed that all his debts of every kind and description, should be paid out on a particular fund vested in trustees, therein named for that purpose. All persons to whom the said Samuel Wreford stood indebted at such the time of his death (which happened on the 5th of August last,) whether by bond, note, simple contract, or otherwise, are hereby requested forthwith to deliver in accounts of their respective demands to Mr Thomas Berry, attorney at law, in Crediton, one of the said trustees; it being intended to discharge the same at the end of one month from the date hereof.
Crediton, 4th March, 1806.

Thursday 20 March 1806, Issue 2213 - Gale Document No. Y3200649321
The assizes for the county of Devon commenced at the Castle of this city, on Monday last, before Sir Alex. Thornton, and Sir Simon Le Blanc, knights. The following prisoners have been already tried, viz: John Moore, for stealing several watches, &c., from J. Bradford, of Crediton, was found guilty.

Thursday 3 April 1806, Issue 2215 - Gale Document No. Y3200649333
Ran Away, on Monday evening, the 31st of this instant March, from his master, Mr JOHN MAUNDER, of Crediton, WILLIAM WESTERN, his parish apprentice; he is about 19 years of age, fair complexion, full face, and about five feet five inches high; wore away a web jacket, white plush waistcoat, and leather breeches, and carried with him several other articles of wearing apparel. Whoever harbours or employs the said apprentice, after this public notice, will be prosecuted agreeably to law.
Crediton, March 31, 1806.

Devon - To be Let, for a term of years, from Michaelmas next, all that desirable farm called Neopardy, situate in the parish of Crediton, now in the occupation of Mr ROBERT FRANCIS. The premises consist of a farm house, with convenient offices, and about 110 acres of exceeding good arable, meadow, orchard, and pasture land.
For which purpose, a public survey will be held at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the 10th day of April next, by five o'clock in the afternoon.
For viewing the premises, apply to the said Mr Francis; and for particulars, to Mr William Croote, Chulmleigh.
Dated 31st March 1806.

Thursday 1 May 1806, Issue 2219 - Gale Document No. Y3200649372
To be Lett for a term, from Lady-day next, the capital barton and farm of Knowle, situate in the parish, and near the town of Crediton, Devon; comprising a good farm-house and out-buildings, and about one hundred and seventy acres of exceeding good orchard, arable, meadow, and pasture land.
A survey will be held for the above purpose, at the Angel, in Crediton, on Monday the twelfth day of May next, precisely by three o'clock in the afternoon.
The present tenant, Mr JOHN SHUTE, will shew the premises; and any further particulars may be had of Mr Pidsley, solicitor, in Exeter.
Dated April 16th, 1806.

Thursday 29 May 1806, Issue 2223 - Gale Document No. Y3200649409
This morning at one o'clock, an alarming fire broke out at the Star Public-house, in Crediton, occasioned by a person carelessly going to the stable with a naked candle; three houses were destroyed, before the flames were got under.

Thursday 5 June 1806, Issue 2224 - Gale Document No. Y3200649412
Devon - To be Sold in fee-simple, a Messuage, consisting of all that well-accustomed inn, called the George Inn, and a Tenement immediately adjoining, situate in the centre of the market place of the west town of Crediton, with the outhouses, Courtlage, garden, close of land, and other the appurtenances thereunto belonging; in the several possessions of Mr JAMES HOLE, inn-keeper, and Mr BROWN, collar and harness-maker. For which purpose an auction will be held at the George Inn aforesaid, on Saturday, being the 14th of June instant, between the hours of five and six in the afternoon, unless disposed of before by private contract, of which, in that case, notice will be given.
To be viewed, and any further particulars known, on application to Mr Richard Whidborne, Maltster, in Crediton; or Mr Berry, attorney at law there.
31 June, 1806.

To be Sold, on Wednesday the 26th day of June next, the Lease of all that desirable farm, called Beavis-Hill, otherwise Bewsley, in the parish of Crediton, in the county of Devon, lately the residence of Mr WILLIAM BRUTTON, deceased, for a term of 14 years, which will commence at Michaelmas next; consisting of a good farm-house, two barns and convenient outhouses, and about 150 acres of good arable, meadow, and pasture land and orchard, under the yearly reserved rent of sixty pounds, payable quarterly, the lessee discharging all rates, taxes, tithes, and other parochial burthens, and providing 200 nitches of reed and Ipars yearly, towards the repairs of the buildings. The purchaser is to take the growing corn and mowing grass at the prices to be fixed in the conditions of the sale, and immediate possession will be given, on the purchase-money being paid or secured to the satisfaction of the owners.
Also, all the Stock on the same farm, consisting of 4 prime plough oxen, 4 steers, 5 milch cows, a capital young bull, 1 rearing calf, 5 horses and colts, 74 sheep and lambs, and 1 swine hog.
And on the following day, all the Household Goods and Furniture, consisting of feather beds and bedsteads, tables, chairs, 2 clocks, pewter, brass, cyder casks, and a quantity of farming utensils; also a mow of wheat and a rick of wood.
The above sale will be held at the farm-house aforesaid, and begin each day precisely at twelve o'clock; and in the mean time, for viewing the premises, apply at the house; and for further particulars, to Samuel Rudall, attorney at law, in Crediton, aforesaid.

Thursday 19 June 1806, Issue 2226 - Gale Document No. Y3200649433
Exeter, Wednesday 18 June
Yesterday was married at Heavitree, near this city, THOMAS HUGO, esq. of Crediton, to Miss Jane A. Phillip, daughter of the late Arundel Phillip, esq.

Thursday 3 July 1806, Issue 2228 - Gale Document No. Y3200649445
Strayed from Crediton, on Thursday the 19th instant, a chesnut Horse, about 14 ½ hands high, has the mark of being fired in his near leg fore. Also, at the same time, a slight grey Mare, three years old, about 13 ½ hands high.
Whoever will give information of the said horses, to Mr ANTHONY, surgeon, Crediton, shall be handsomely rewarded, and all reasonable expences paid.
Dated Crediton, June 30, 1806.

Thursday 7 August 1806, Issue 2233 - Gale Document No. Y3200649484
Devon - To be Sold by public auction, at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, Devon, on Monday the 25th day of August instant, at six o'clock in the afternoon, (subject to such conditions as will be then produced), the fee-simple and inheritance of all those premises, called The Treasurers, situate in and adjoining the town of Crediton, and now in the possession of Mr MAUNDER, or his tenants; consisting of five cot houses, two walled gardens, a pound house, and two large cellars, together with four acres (more or less) of orchard, well stocked with choice fruit.
For a view of the premises, apply to Mr WILLIAM HOCKINS, thatcher; and for further particulars, to Mr Francis Cross, attorney at law, Crediton.
Dated 4th August, 1806.

Thursday 9 October 1806, Issue 2242 - Gale Document No. Y3200 649554
Lost from Paschoe, near Crediton, Devon, on Friday the 3rd instant, a milk white Mare, about 13 hands and half high, short tail.
Whoever will give information of the same to Mr HAMLYN, at Paschoe, shall be handsomely rewarded.
She was bred at Halberton, near Tiverton.
October 8, 1806.

Thursday 6 November 1806, Issue 2246 - Gale Document No. Y3200649587
Broke out of the Bridewell, last night, or early this morning, WILLIAM SLATFORD, confined, under a sentence from the last assizes, for a felony.
He is by trade a sawyer; hath a wife living in the town of Crediton; a remarkably lofty well-grown man, five feet ten inches high, dark brown hair, marked with the small-pox; twenty eight years of age; a deserter from the navy and army: wore away a very heavy pair of irons on both legs, a blue great-coat, a brown cloth-jacket, and a dirty pair of leather breeches.
Whoever will apprehend the said William Slatford, or give information so that he may be secured, shall receive Five Guineas Reward, on application to Mr Ford, keeper, of the said Bridewell.
St Thomas, Nov. 5, 1806.

Thursday 11 December 1806, Issue 2251 - Gale Document No. Y3200649629
Devon - To be Let by private contract, for a term of seven or fourteen years, and entered upon at Christmas next, a Dwelling House, containing a kitchen, parlour and three bed-chambers, with a stable and other conveniences: and also a commodious Malthouse adjoining, situate near the market place, in the west town of Crediton, now in the occupation of Mr JOHN BADCOCK, Maltster.
For viewing the premises, and other particulars, apply to Mr Berry, attorney at law, in Crediton.
Dec. 9, 1806.

Thursday 19 February 1807, Issue 2261 - Gale Document No. Y3200649727
Exeter, Wednesday 18 February
On Monday last was married, at Crediton, Mr SMITH, solicitor, to Miss CLEAVE, both of that place.
This morning was married Mr STEPHEN HUGO, of Crediton, surgeon, to Miss DINAH WARD, of the same place.

Thursday 4 June 1807, Issue 2276 - Gale Document No. Y3200649856
Crediton, Devon
To be Let for a term of three years, from lady-day last, in two lots, certain closes of land, containing about 77 acres, being parts and parcels of the barton and farm, called Westacott, in the parish of Crediton, Devon; and certain other closes of land, containing about 15 acres, being parts and parcels of the barton of Trobridge, in the said parish of Crediton.
For which purpose a survey will be held at the ship Inn in Crediton, on Saturday the 20th of June instant, at four o'clock in the afternoon.
For viewing the premises apply to Mr MILTON, or Mr JAMES EWINGS, tenants of the other parts of Trobridge, aforesaid, and for further particulars to William Land, esq. of Hayne house, near Silverton, or Messrs. Wood and Strong, attornies at law, Tiverton.

Thursday 4 June 1807, Issue 2276 - Gale Document No. Y3200649862
Exeter, Wednesday 3 June
Monday last died, at the Barnstaple Inn, in this city, much lamented, the Rev. Mr STACEY, a very respectable clergyman of Crediton. His death was occasioned by having been thrown from his horse about a fortnight since, in consequence of the animal being frightened by an umbrella: - In the fall he ruptured the principal artery of his arm; and a mortification having immediately struck to the part, he was obliged to undergo the painful operation of having the arm amputated above the elbow, and since that, to suffer a second amputation, close to the shoulder; but all the art of surgery was ineffectual for his relief, the mortification could not be subdued, he languished till Monday last, and then expired. A coroner's inquest was held on the body, pro forma, whose verdict was Accidental Death.

Thursday 20 August 1807, Issue 2289 - Gale Document No. Y3200649958
Desirable Situation in Crediton
To be Let for al term of ten years absolute, from lady-day next, all that estate, called WINDSOR, now in the occupation of Mr SANDERS; consisting of a good farm-house, barn, stables, linhays, pound-house, with apple engine, &c.; about 5 acres of good tillage ground, 3 acres of excellent orchard, well stocked with productive trees, walled garden, &c. and four cot houses, now in the occupation of JAMES BRADFORD and others.
For which purpose a survey will be held at the Globe Inn, in Crediton, on Saturday the 29th instant, at three o'clock in the afternoon.
For viewing the premises, apply to the tenant; and for further particulars, to Mr Pollard, watch-maker, St Thomas, Exeter.

Thursday 3 September 1807, Issue 2291 - Gale Document No. Y3200649987
Exeter, Wednesday 2 September
On Tuesday last died, much lamented by her family and friends, Mrs HOLMAN, wife of Mr HENRY HOLMAN, surgeon, Crediton.

Thursday 10 September 1807, Issue 2292 - Gale Document No. Y3200649998
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in fee, for redeeming land tax, with immediate possession, all that messuage and tenement, with the appurtenances, known by the name of the Plymouth Inn, situate in the east town of Crediton, and adjoining the church-yard, on the fourth side thereof, late in the occupation of Mr RICHARD GILBERT.
For which purpose an auction will be held at the Ship Inn, Crediton, on Saturday the 12th day of September inst. by six o'clock in the evening.
Apply for particulars to Mr Smith, attorney, Crediton.

Thursday 1 October 1807, Issue 2295 - Gale Document No. Y3200650 019
Devon - To be sold by auction, at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Saturday the 10th of October next, by six o'clock in the afternoon, in one or more lots, as will be then fixed by the sellers or their agents, subject to the conditions then to be produced, the Fee and Inheritance of and in all those several Tenements or Cottages, Garden, and Orchard, with the Appurtenances thereunto respectively belonging; containing together about one acre, (be the same more or ELIZABETH BOLT, JAMES DALE, AMBROSE WARREN, and HUGH BURRIDGE, as tenants; and also, of a Cottage, situate near the Back-lane less), situate near the east town of Crediton, now in the several possessions of REBECCA VICARY, widow, of the west town of Crediton; in the possession of JOHN SCREECH, shoemaker, as tenant.
To be viewed, in the mean time, on application to the several tenants, and any further particulars had from Mr Berry, attorney, in Crediton.
16th September, 1807.

Thursday 5 November 1807, Issue 2300 - Gale Document No. Y3200650074
Exeter, Wednesday 4 November
A few days since was married, at Ipplepen, the Rev. R. H. CARNE, curate of Crediton, to Miss Elizabeth Lyde, third daughter of Philip Lyde, esq.

Thursday 7 April 1808, Issue 2322 - Gale Document No. Y3200650307
Exeter, Wednesday 6 April
Yesterday was married, at Crediton, Mr Wood, attorney, of London, to Miss MARIA RUDALL, second daughter of Mr SAMUEL RUDALL, attorney, of Crediton.

Thursday 19 May 1808, Issue 2328 - Gale Document No. Y3200650372
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by public auction, on Tuesday the 31st day of May instant, at the Half Moon Inn, in Crediton, at five o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced, the fee-simple and inheritance of all that Messuage and Tenement, with the Appurtenances, called BURRIDGE HOLLOWCOMBE, situate in the parish of Crediton; comprising a farm-house, with all convenient out-buildings; three acres of prime orchard, three of meadow, and thirty-eight of arable land, (more or less).
The estate has been in the occupation of the owner for several years past, is in a good state of cultivation, and at an easy distance from several good market-towns.
For a view of the estate, and other particulars, application may be made either to Mr JOHN WELSFORD, the proprietor, or Mr Cross, attorney at law, Crediton.
Dated May 17, 1808.

Thursday 25 August 1808, Issue 2312 - Gale Document No. Y3200650499
Ran Away, from their master, Mr WM. CORNISH, of Crediton, Devon, on Monday the 8th day of August, 1808, WILLIAM HEARD and JOHN FARLEY, his parish apprentices; they wore and carried with them two pair of white plush breeches each, one web jacket each, one cloth coat each, and two cloth waistcoats each. Wm. Heard is aged about 17 years, black hair, full favoured, about 5 feet 2 or 3 inches high; John Farley is aged about 16 years, black hair, small face and nose, about 5 feet 1 or 2 inches high. If any person will bring he said apprentices to Wm. Cornish, or give information so as they may be found, he shall receive One Guinea reward; but whoever harbours or employs the said apprentices, after this public notice, will be prosecuted according to law, by me. Wm. Cornish.

Thursday 22 September 1808, Issue 2316 - Gale Document No. Y3200650540
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in fee, all that well-accustomed public house, known by the name of the Ring of Bells, situate in the East town of Crediton, and in the occupation of Mr THOMAS CHOWN; comprising a good dwelling-house, and all other outbuildings and conveniences requisite for carrying on the business, together with a garden adjoining.
For which purpose an auction will be held at the Ring of Bells, on Monday the 26th day of this inst. September, at 6 o'clock in the afternoon, on such terms and conditions as will then be produced.
The present tenant, or Mr Nickels the proprietor, will shew the premises, and further particulars may be known by applying to Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton.

Thursday 13 October 1808, Issue 2319 - Gale Document No. Y3200650567
Miss J. and B. TOWILL most respectfully inform the public, that they have opened a School in Crediton, for the education of Young Ladies, where the friends and guardians of those committed to their care, may depend upon every attention being paid to their health, morals, and improvement.
Crediton, 3rd October, 1808.

Thursday 8 December 1808, Issue 2326 - Gale Document No. Y3200650653
Exeter, Wednesday 7 December
On Wednesday last was married at Crediton, Mr James Kirslake, of London, baker, to Miss A P. KNIGHT, eldest daughter of Mr Knight, of New House, Sheldon, and niece of the late John Sheldon, esq. of this city.
On Thursday last was married at Crediton, Mr T. WARD, to Miss ELIZABETH HUGGINS, of the same place.

Thursday 26 January 1809, Issue 2335 - Gale Document No. Y3200650726
Strayed out of the ground of Mr WILLIAM DRAKE, Crediton, on Thursday the fifth instant, a light bay Horse, with four white legs, and white face, about seven years old, and a bay Colt, with a white face, rising three years old. Whoever will return the same to Mr William Drake, shall receive One Guinea reward, and all reasonable expences paid.
Crediton, Jan. 18, 1809.

Thursday 23 February 1809, Issue 2338 - Gale Document No. Y3200650768
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by auction, at the Half Moon Inn, in Crediton, on Saturday the fourth day of March next, at five o'clock in the afternoon, the reversion in fee, expectant on the death of a life aged 74, of two desirable Dwelling-Houses, and an Outhouse, pleasantly situated in a small garden, with an orchard adjoining, well stocked with choice fruit trees, and containing about one acre and half of land, of the richest soil; now in the possession of Mrs BICKNELL, and her under-tenant; and situate near the Green, in Crediton.
For viewing the same, and for further particulars, application may be made to Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton.
Dated 18th February, 1809.

Thursday 20 April 1809, Issue 2346 - Gale Document No. Y3200650849
M. WREFORD, of Crediton, Dealer in Drugs, Tea, &c., &c., returns her best thanks to her friends and customers for their past favours; and begs leave to inform them, and the public in general, she is Removed from her late Residence in the Back-lane to a more commodious House in the Centre of the Market Place, lately occupied by Mr Bradford, watch-maker, where she solicits a continuance of their favours, assuring them she will always use her best endeavours, that they may be served with articles of the best quality in the several lines of business carried on by her.
Crediton, 5th April, 1809.

Thursday 6 July 1809, Issue 2357 - Gale Document No. Y3200650951
Devon - To be Sold by auction, at the Duke of York Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 10th July next, by six o'clock in the afternoon, (in fee-simple), All those several Dwelling Houses and Large Warehouse, with the Outhouses, Courtlage, and Garden belonging thereto, as now inclosed: situate near St Lawrence Green, in Crediton, now in the several occupations of W. RUSSELL, THOMAS EBDON, GEORGE WHIDDON, MARY DAVEY, JOHN HEPPER, and Mr JAMES FRANCIS, as tenants.
The house in front towards the street is new-built; the tenements behind, (which are of brick and covered with Gate,) are for the most part so; the warehouse may easily and at no great expence be converted into two tenements.
To be viewed on application to Mr John Channon, the owner, and further particulars had from him or Mr Berry, attorney at law, in Crediton.
June 23rd, 1809.

Thursday 27 July 1809, Issue 2360 - Gale Document No. Y3200650980
Devon - To be Sold by auction, at the Half Moon Inn, in Crediton, on Saturday the 5th day of August next, by six o'clock in the afternoon, all that large and convenient Dwelling-House, and well-accustomed Bake-House, situate in the east town of Crediton, with a good garden, courtlages, stable, and other appurtenances thereto belonging; late in the possession of Mr RICHRD KERSLAKE, baker, deceased, by whom a considerable baking business was carried on there, which is still continued.
The premises are in breadth towards the street about 6[?] feet, and in length about [?] feet, and the dwelling house contains 2 rooms in front, a passage in the middle, a parlour, large bake-house, (the oven in it being in compleat repair, and capable of baking two sacks of flour,) a warehouse, cellar, 5 lodging-rooms, two large ware-rooms, and an extensive loft over the whole.
To be viewed, in the mean time, on application to Miss SUSANNA KERSLAKE, the owner, living on the premises; and any further particulars known from her, or Mr Berry, attorney at law, in Crediton.
15th July, 1809.

Thursday 14 September 1809, Issue 2367 - Gale Document No. Y3200651046
Crediton, Devon
To be Let for a term of 11 years, from Lady-day next, either together or in separate lots, several Closes of Land, parts and parcels of the capital barton of Trowbridge, and of a farm, called Westacott, containing about 185 acres of good arable, meadow, and pasture land, and orchard; with a Courtlage, barns, and out-buildings; situate in the parish, and within two miles of the town of Crediton, Devon; and now in the several possessions of JOHN YARDE, Esq., and Messrs. EWINGS, MILTON, and DADD.
For which purpose a survey will be held at the Ship, in Crediton, on Saturday the 30th of September instant, at three o'clock in the afternoon.
For viewing the premises, apply to Mr Joseph Thomas, auctioneer, Crediton; or to the several tenants; and for further particulars, to Messrs. Wood and Strong, solicitors, Tiverton.
Tiverton, 12th September, 1809.

Thursday 19 October 1809, Issue 2372 - Gale Document No. Y3200651095
Jubilee - Crediton
In commemoration of the King's accession, and the day on which he commences the 50th year of his reign, there will be an Assembly at the Ship Inn, on Wednesday the 25th of October instant; and be continued monthly during the season. Crediton, Oct. 16th, 1809.

Ran Away, from SUANNAH KERSLAKE, HENRY HERD, her parish apprentice. Whoever harbours or employs him after this public notice, will be prosecuted as the law directs.
Crediton, Oct. 18, 1809.

Thursday 30 November 1809, Issue 2378 - Gale Document No. Y3200651155
The Lord Chancellor has been pleased to appoint BENJAMIN CLEAVE, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, gent., to be a master extraordinary in the high court of chancery.

Thursday 1 March 1810, Issue 2317 - Gale Document No. Y3200651285
Pursuant to a decree of the High Court of Chancery, bearing date the 7th day of July 1809, made in certain causes, wherein his Majesty's Attorney General, at the relation of the Reverend John Rudall, clerk, and the Reverend John White, clerk, is informant; and the said John Rudall, clerk, and the said John White, clerk, are plaintiffs; and the Twelve Governors of the hereditaments and goods of the church of Crediton, otherwise Kyrton, and others, are defendants; and between his Majesty's Attorney General, at the relation of William Buller, esquire, informant; the Mayor and Citizens of the city of Rochester, and others,

defendants: The creditors of the Charity Estate vested in the Twelve Governors of the hereditaments and goods of the church of Crediton, otherwise Kyrton, are forthwith to come in and prove their debts before Robert Steele, esquire, one of the masters of the said court, at his chambers in Southampton-buildings, chancery-lane, London, or in default thereof they will be excluded the benefit of the said decree.

Thursday 5 July 1810, Issue 2335- Gale Document No. Y3200651461
On Friday last WILLIAM PASSMORE, servant to RICHARD KELLAND, of Crediton, was fined 10s., at the Castle of Exeter, for riding his cart without reins. We hope this will serve as a caution to the drivers of carts, whose carelessness is too often attended with most serious evils to the public; we understand the magistrates are determined to punish in the most exemplary manner all who shall in future be convicted of offences of this nature.

Thursday 26 July 1810, Issue 2338 - Gale Document No. Y3200651489
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by auction, on Tuesday the 7th day of August next, precisely at five o'clock, in the afternoon, at the Horse and Jockey Inn, in Crediton, either together or in lots, and subject to such conditions as will be produced, the Fee-simple and Inheritance of three Messuages, or Dwelling-Houses, with a small garden, workshops, and chain linhay, situate in the East Town, in the parish of Crediton, called the Barton Houses, and now in the occupation of Mr MICHAEL RICE, EDWARD BERRY and MARY DAW, as tenants thereof.
The same may be viewed and other particulars had on application to Mr Cross, attorney-at-law, Crediton.
Dated 20th July, 1810.

Thursday 9 August 1810, Issue 2340 - Gale Document No. Y3200651503
Crediton, Devon
To be let for the term of 14 years, from Lady-day next, all those capital Bartons and Farms called Eastchurch and Shortrudge, situate in the parish of Crediton, in the county of Devon; consisting of a good farm-house, pound-house, barns, stables, and all other convenient offices; three acres of orchard, just come into full bearing; fifteen acres of meadow, upwards of 150 acres of good tillage land, and a great quantity of common ground.
For which purpose a survey will be held at the Hotel, in Crockenwell, on Thursday the 23rd of August instant, by four o'clock in the afternoon. Mr Harvey, the present tenant, will shew the premises; and for further particulars, apply to John Cann, of Fuidge, esq., or to Mr Geare, attorney at law, Exeter, Dated Aug. 6th, 1810.

Thursday 20 September 1810, Issue 2346 - Gale Document No. Y3200651566
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by private contract, for the remainder of a term of 900 years, subject to a chief rent of £16 a year, two pieces of marsh or meadow ground called Fordton Marshes, situate at Fordton, in the parish of Crediton, in Devon, containing about 11 acres, now in the occupation of Messrs. DAVY, of Fordton, as tenants, for a term, determinable on 2nd February 1812. For viewing the premises, apply to the tenants; and for further particulars to Mr H. M. Ellicombe, solicitor, Exeter. Exeter, 13th September, 1810.

To Tinmen, &c.
Ran Away from his master, WM. KERSLAKE, Tinman, *c., JOHN PINSON, his apprentice, about 5 feet 5 inches high, fresh complexion, rather long favoured, strait light hair, and about 18 years old; wore away a blue coat with yellow metal buttons, Whoever harbours or employs him after this public notice, shall be prosecuted at the law directs; but whoever will apprehend the above John Pinson, and lodge him in one of his Majesty's gaols, shall receive One Guinea reward. Crediton, Sept. 16th, 1810.

Thursday 8 November 1810, Issue 2353 - Gale Document No. Y3200651631
Exeter, Wednesday 7 November
Yesterday died, at Fordton, near Crediton, after a lingering illness, Harriet, the fourth daughter of the late Rev. Walter Burne, rector of Lifton, in this county.

Thursday 3 January 1811, Issue 2361 - Gale Document No. Y3200651710
All Persons indebted to the late REBECCA SLUMAN, of Crediton, are requested to pay the amount of their respective Accompts to Mr James Melhuish, of Crediton; or Mr Joseph Wippell, of Exeter, administrators to her Effects, or they will be forthwith proceeded against: and all Persons having any Claim or Demand on the Effects of the said Mrs Sluman, are requested to send an accompt of the same to Mr Melhuish, or Mr Wippell, as a dividend will soon be made.
Exeter, 1st Jan. 1811.

Thursday 7 March 1811, Issue 2370 - Gale Document No. Y3200651800
Ran Away, on Sunday, the 3rd of March instant, from his master, Mr JOHN VICARY, of the parish of Crediton, JOSEPH BUBEAR, his parish apprentice, near nineteen years of age, about five feet ten inches high, short and dark hair, dark eyes, wore away a dark cloth coat, a dark stripe swansdown waistcoat, and buff breeches and dark stockings; taken with him almost a new web jacket and leathern waistcoat. Whoever harbours or employs him after this public notice, will be prosecuted according to law. Dated Crediton, March 5, 1811.

Thursday 21 March 1811, Issue 2372 - Gale Document No. Y3200651820
Ran Away, from his Mistress, Mrs HUGGINS, of the parish of Crediton, on the 13th of March instant, FRANCIS PEARCE, her parish apprentice, aged 17 years, about 5 feet high, ruddy complexion, light hair, wore away a web jacket and tan leather breeches, and carried with him a dark cloth coat. Whoever harbours or employs the said Francis Pearce after this public notice, will be prosecuted according to law. Crediton, 18th March, 1811.

Thursday 11 April 1811, Issue 2375 - Gale Document No. Y3200651847
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold, either together or in lots, the fee-simple and inheritance of all that Dwelling-House and Offices, with a Stable and walled Garden adjoining, now in the possession of Mr EDMUND JAMES, and situate in the East Town and parish of Crediton.
And all that rich Close of Pasture of Meadow Land, (with a linhay thereon, and a constant supply of water,) containing by estimation 1A. 2R. (more or less) situated adjoining Common Marsh-lane, in the parish of Crediton, and now in the occupation of Mr WM. LANE.
Also, to be Let for a term of 3, 5, or 7 years, from the 25th day of March last, all that Walled Garden and Orchard, (filled with choice fruit trees) containing together one acre, more or less, called Bisgoods, and situate at a short distance from the East Town of Crediton, and in the possession of Mr WM. CANE.
For which purpose a survey will be held at the Old Swan Inn, in the town of Crediton on Thursday the 18th day of April instant, at five o'clock in the afternoon.
For viewing the same, apply to the respective tenants; and for further particulars, to Mr Cross, attorney at law, Crediton. Dated 9th April, 1811.

Crediton
To be Sold in Fee, by public auction, the following Messuages and Premises, situate in the parish of Crediton, Devon:-
Lot 1 - All that capital brick-built Messuage or Dwelling-House, in which the business of a tinman and plumber, &c., has been for many years very extensively carried on; situate in the market-place of Crediton, now in the possession of Mr WM. KERSLAKE; consisting of a shop 30 by 19; a good parlour and kitchen; a large dining-room on the second floor; seven lodging-rooms and closets; two good under-ground cellars and brewhouse; an extensive Courtlage, in which is a range of ware-rooms, a lead pump, and stabling for three horses; with every other conveniency.
Lot 2 - A good brick-built Dwelling-House, adjoining the last lot, in the possession of Mr WM. TUCKER, grocer; consisting of a shop 18 feet by 15, a good kitchen, four lodging-rooms, a garret, and suitable outhouses.
Lot 3 - A Dwelling-House, situate in St Lawrence's Green, in Crediton aforesaid; consisting of three parlours, convenient kitchen, six lodging-rooms, closets, and a garret; an under-ground cellar, and convenient outhouses; a lead pump, &c., and a good garden; now in the possession of the REV. J. COBBEN.
Lot 4 - Three Cot-Houses, and an Orchard, well stocked with good fruit trees; situate adjoining the east end of the tile yard, in St Lawrence's Green aforesaid, containing by estimation one acre (more or less).
Lot 5 - A Cot-House and Garden, situate also in St Lawrence's Green, in the possession of ROBERT MORRISH.
Lot 6 - A Waste Spot of Land, on which formerly stood several dwelling-houses; situate also in St Lawrence's Green.
For which purpose an auction will be held at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 29th day of April inst. by four o'clock in the afternoon. For a view of the premises, and other particulars, apply to the said Mr Wm. Kerslake, or Mess. Smith and Cleave, solicitors, Crediton. Crediton, 4th April 1811.

Thursday 20 June 1811, Issue 2385 - Gale Document No. Y3200651930
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by private contract, in lots, the Fee of all that Dwelling-House and Offices, with a stable and walled garden adjoining, now in the possession of Mr EDMUND JAMES, and situate in the east town and parish of Crediton; and all that rich close of Pasture or Meadow Land, (with a linhay thereon, and a constant supply of water;) containing by estimation 1A. 2P. (more or less) situated adjoining Common Marsh-lane, in the parish of Crediton, and now in the occupation of Mr WM. LANE.
For viewing the same, apply to the respective tenants; and for further particulars, and to treat for the same, to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton.
Dated 18th June, 1811.

Thursday 11 July 1811, Issue 2388 - Gale Document No. Y3200651958
Ran Away from his master, Mr THOMAS LEE, sen. yeoman of Uford, in the parish of Crediton, on Wednesday the 26th day of June, 1811, JOHN LANE ISAACS, his parish apprentice; wore, when he went away, a web jacket much worn, leather waistcoat, leather breeches, russet rib stockings, and a new pair of shoes; he is about 5 feet 3 inches high, and has brown hair. Whoever arbours or employs the said apprentice after this public notice, will be prosecuted according to law.

Thursday 25 July 1811, Issue 2390 - Gale Document No. Y3200651982
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold, the fee-simple and inheritance of all that field or close of land, called Lame John's Close; containing 2 acres and half, or thereabout; situate at Paington, in the parish, and near the town of Crediton, in the county of Devon, now in the occupation of Messrs. CHANNON and BROWNE, as tenants thereof, for a term which will expire at Christmas next. For which purpose a survey will be held at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Tuesday the 13th day of August next, at three o'clock in the afternoon. For viewing the premises, apply to the tenants, and for further particulars, to Mr Ley, in Exeter. 24th July, 1811.

Thursday 5 December 1811, Issue 2409 - Gale Document No. Y3200652164
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by public auction, at the dwelling house of Mr JOHN TURNER FRANCIS, at Ford, in the parish of Crediton, on Wednesday the 11th day of this instant, December, subject to such conditions as will be then produced, 6 plough Oxen, 5 years old, 6 milch Cows in Calf, and 16 young Bullocks, chiefly of the North Devon breed; 55 prime Ewes, in Lamb, and 58 Hog Sheep, warranted found; 5 good Horses, and 3 Colts, of different ages; 8 Store Pigs, 20 hogsheads of excellent old Cyder and Cask, and a quantity of good Hay and Wood, together with Carts, Ploughs, Drags, Harrows, sundry Implements of Husbandry, and various other articles.
Dinner on table at eleven o'clock - the sale to begin precisely at twelve, and the whole to be sold without reserve. For particulars, and viewing the same, apply either to Mr Francis, at Ford, or to Mr Cross, at Crediton. Dated 2 December, 1811.

Thursday 19 December 1811, Issue 2411 - Gale Document No. Y3200652192
The Lord Chancellor has been pleased to appoint THOMAS PRING, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, Gentleman, to be a Master Extraordinary in the High Court of Chancery.

Thursday 26 December 1811, Issue 2412 - Gale Document No. Y3200652200
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in Fee (either together or in lots,) all that well-accustomed Public House, known by the name of the George Inn, with the Courtlage, Stables, Garden, and Close of Land; now in the occupation of Mr JAMES HOLE and Mr JAMES SORRELL; situate in the centre of the market-place and west town of Crediton; and also, all that Tenement and Premises adjoining, now in the occupation of Mr EDWARD BROWN and Mr RICHARD THOMAS.
For which purpose an auction will be held at the George Inn, on Thursday the second day of January next, at six o'clock in the afternoon, on such terms and conditions as will be then produced. Mr James Hole the proprietor will shew the premises; and further particulars may be known by applying to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton. Dated 14th Dec. 1811.

Thursday 23 January 1812; Issue 2416 - Gale Document No. Y3200652238
Exeter, Wednesday 22 January
On Wednesday last was married, at Crediton, by the Rev. F. Carrington, Mr JOHN DAVEY, woolstapler, to Miss BUCKINGHAM, daughter of Mrs Buckingham, of that place.

Thursday 26 March 1812, Issue 2425 - Gale Document No. Y3200652323
To be Sold by auction, by Joseph Thomas, auctioneer, on Wednesday the first of April next, and following days, all the under-mentioned Stock and Implements of Husbandry, of Mr JOHN TURNER FRANCIS, at Ford Estate, in the parish of Crediton; consisting of 3 excellent cart horses with their harness, 3 pack horses with their tackle, 3 carts almost new, a one-horse but, 1 three-wheel but, drags, harrows, rollers, sulls, yokes and chains, a quantity of hurdles, 2 ricks of clover hay, 2 ricks of hard wood, a winnowing machine, 1 fan, a windsheet and bags, a quantity of prime cyder in casks, and a number of empty hogsheads, almost new, kieves, trundles, and salting standards.
Also, all his Household Goods & Furniture; comprising four post bedsteads, (one with mahogany posts,) with cotton and other furniture; mattresses, bed-ricks of the best goose feathers; counterpanes, quilts, blankets and other bedding; pier and swing-glasses, dressing tables, chests of drawers, receptacles and wash-hand stands, bedside and other carpets; mahogany dining, tea, and card tables; and a quantity of hair-bottom and painted chairs; clock and case; a dresser, kitchen tables and chairs, jack and spits, cupboards, china, glass and earthenware, copper and iron boilers, large brass kettles and milk pans, tea-kettles and sauce-pans, a quantity of pewter, and various other articles.
The whole will be sold without reserve, as Mr J. T. Francis hath declined business. The sale to begin by one o'clock in the afternoon each day. Dated March 23rd, 1812.

Thursday 26 March 1812, Issue 2425 - Gale Document No. Y3200652327
Exeter, Wednesday 25 March - the following persons have been fined before the Right Worshipful the Mayor, viz:- W. DART and JOHN DODRIDGE, of Crediton, 2s. 6d., each, for leaving their carts in the street.

Thursday 21 May 1812, Issue 2433 - Gale Document No. Y3200652401
To be Sold in Fee, with immediate possession, all that Tenement or Dwelling-House, with the Appurtenances, situate in St Lawrence's Green, in the borough of Crediton, Devon; ate in the possession of Mrs MARY TUCKER, deceased.
Also, anther Tenement, adjoining the above, with a small Garden Plot thereto belonging; late in the possession of WILLIAM SALTER.
Also, another Tenement or Dwelling-house, adjoining the said last mentioned Tenement, on the back part thereof; now in the possession of JOHN WARREN.
The above premises are capable of much improvement, and are very desirable for the purpose of carrying on any business where room is required. For Sale whereof, a public auction will be held at the Dock Inn, in Crediton aforesaid, on Monday the 25th May instant, at six o'clock in the evening. The premises may be viewed in the mean time, and further particulars known on application to Mr Joseph Thomas, auctioneer, Crediton. Dated May 12th, 1812.
All persons indebted to the estate and effects of the said MARY TUCKER, deceased, are requested to pay the same immediately to Messrs Giles Edwards, and Giles Hookway, of Crediton aforesaid, executors in trust under the will of the said Mary Tucker; and all persons having any claim or demand on the same estate, are requested to transmit the particulars thereof to the said trustees, in order that the same may be discharged.

Thursday 25 June 1812, Issue 2442 - Gale Document No. Y3200652447
The Commissioners in a commission of bankrupt, issued against RICHARD WHIDBORNE, late of Crediton, in the county of Devon, Maltster, intend to meet on the 7th day of July next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, at the Ship Inn, in Crediton aforesaid, to make a final Dividend of the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupt, when and where the creditors who have not already proved their debts, are to come prepared to prove the same, or they will be excluded the benefit of the said dividend; and all claims not then proved will be disallowed. Solicitor, Mr Smith, Crediton.

Thursday 2 July 1812, Issue 2443 - Gale Document No. Y3200652460
Devon - To be Sold by auction, at the Half Moon Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 6th July next, by six o'clock in the afternoon, (unless previously disposed of, in which case notice will be given of it) for the residue of a term of 99 years, determinable on the deaths of two persons, respectively aged 35 and 20, all that Messuage or Dwelling-House, (at present divided into Two Tenements,) with the Malthouse, large Stable, and other Outhouses, Courtlage, and Gardens behind the same, and belonging thereto; pleasantly situated in the west town of Crediton; now in the several occupations of Mr THOMAS NICHOLAS, Mrs SARAH WELSFORD, and Mr JOHN LANGWORTHY. by whose leave the several parts held by them may be viewed. For further particulars, application to be made to Mr John Welsford, at Hollowcombe, near Crediton, or to Mr Berry, attorney, in Crediton.
23rd June, 1812.

Thursday 30 July 1812, Issue 2447 - Gale Document No. Y3200652496
Crediton, Devon - To be Sold by public auction, the fee-simple and inheritance of the several desirable Fields and Closes of Land following, that is to say:-
A Field and Meadow, called Causey Close Field and Meadow, together with the Linhay therein, nearly adjoining the town of Crediton aforesaid, and now in the occupation of Mr WILLIAM BRIGHT, or his under tenants.
Also a Field adjoining the Star Inn, in the town of Crediton aforesaid, called Star Field, now in the occupation of Mr STEPHEN SPURR, or his under-tenants.
Also, an Orchard adjoining the Star Inn, in the town of Crediton aforesaid, and late in the occupation of Mr RICHARD LEE, deceased, or his under tenants.
For which purpose a survey will be held on the 17th day of August next, at four o'clock in the afternoon, at the house of Mr Stephen Spurr, known by the sign of the Ship Inn, in Crediton, aforesaid. Possession of the premises may be had at Michaelmas next, and for viewing the same, application may be made to the different tenants; and further particulars known of Mr Furlong, solicitor, Exeter. N.B. If all or any of the premises should not be sold at the survey, they will immediately after the survey be let for a term of seven years, to the best bidder, subject to the conditions then produced.

Thursday 3 September 1812, Issue 2452 - Gale Document No. Y3200652546
Crediton, Devon - To be Sold in Fee, the Dwelling-Houses, Lands, and Premises, hereinafter mentioned, in the following Lots:-
Lot 1. - All that Public House, called the Old Swan Inn, situate in the centre of the west town of Crediton, and occupied by Mr JOHN DART, with the Outhouses and Offices thereto belonging, and part of the Courtlage and Garden behind the same, as now marked out and divided.
Lot 2. - All that Dwelling House, adjoining Lot 1, now occupied by Mr BACKWELL, shoemaker, with part of the Courtlage and Garden, as now also marked out and divided.
Lot 3. - A Dwelling House, adjoining the last lot, now occupied by Mr TOZER, sadler, with part of the Courtlage and Garden, as also marked out and divided.
Lot 4. - A Dwelling House; consisting of a large shop in front, kitchen and soap-house behind the same, two rooms and a closet on the first floor, and two bedrooms over the same, now occupied by Mr SNOW, together with the Outhouses and Offices, and Part of the Courtlage and Garden, as now also marked out and divided, wherein the trade of a chandler and soap boiler has been carried on for some years.
Lot 5. - A Dwelling House; consisting of a large parlour in front, kitchen, four bed rooms and a closet, now occupied by Mr BRIDGEWATER, with the Outhouses and Offices, and Part of the Courtlage and Garden, as the same are now also market out and divided.
Lot 6. - A good Malt House, behind the adjoining lot 5.
Lot 7. - An Orchard, now in full bearing; containing one acre and half, more or less, situate behind the above mentioned lots, and now occupied by Mr SNOW.
For which purpose an auction will be held at the Old Swan Inn, on Friday the 18th day of September instant, precisely by six o'clock in the afternoon, unless previously disposed of by private contract.
For viewing the premises, apply to Mr Snow; and for further particulars to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton. 2nd September, 1812.

Thursday 10 September 1812, Issue 2453 - Gale Document No. Y3200652553
To be Sold by Tender, the fee-simple and inheritance of all that Field or Close of Land, called Broad Close, situate at Threshes, in the town of Crediton, now in the occupation of ROGER LANE, at the yearly rent of £19 13s. 0d. Tenders to be sent post-paid to Messrs. Wallis and Bennett, solicitors, Bodmin, on or before the 29th day of September next. Dated 28th August, 1812.

Thursday 1 October 1812, Issue 2456 - Gale Document No. Y3200652581
Crediton, Devon - To be Sold in Fee, by private Contract, all that well accustomed Public-house known by the name of The Old Swan; situated in the west town of Crediton, and now in the occupation of Mr JOHN DARK. Together with a Malt House behind and adjoining the same. The premises may be viewed and other particulars known, on application to Mr Cross, Crediton.

Thursday 14 January 1813, Issue 2471 - Gale Document No. Y3200652727
W. BURRINGTON, Boot-Maker, &c., respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he is Removed from his late dwelling, to a House opposite the Corn-Market, where he intends keeping a large assortment of Goods, ready made, equal to bespoke, which he is determined to render for ready money, on the lowest terms.
Gentlemen's Boots made of the best materials, and executed in the neatest manner. Ladies Boots, Cottage Cork Shoes, Dress and Walking Shoes, neatly executed at the shortest notice.
N.B. He cannot omit the opportunity this affords him, of returning his sincere thanks to his customers, for the many favours he has hitherto received, and assures them that no exertions on his part, shall be wanting (providence permitting) in his new residence, to merit a continuance of their countenance and support.

Thursday 20 May 1813, Issue 2489 - Gale Document No. Y3200652899
Crediton, Devon - T be Let, for a term of seven years, from Lady-day, 1815, all that capital Messuage and Farm, called Lower Dunscombe, consisting of a good Farmhouse, with convenient Outhouses, and about 138 acres of orchard, meadow, arable, and pasture land, situate and lying in the parish, and within two miles of the town of Crediton, and about 6 from Exeter, now in the occupation of Mr SAMUEL TREMLETT, as tenant thereof. For which purpose a survey will be held, at the White Hart Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday, the 27th day of this instant May, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. For viewing the premises, apply to Mr Vowler, at Downs; and for further particulars, to Mr Ley, in Exeter. 5th May, 1813.

Thursday 15 July 1813, Issue 2497 - Gale Document No. Y3200652976
Exeter, Wednesday 14 July
On Wednesday last was married, at Crediton, by the Rev. S. Pidsley, J. Taylor, Esq., R.N. to ELIZA PARR NOSWORTHY, only daughter of W. B. Nosworthy, Esq. of the same place.

Thursday 18 November 1813, Issue 2515 - Gale Document No. Y3200653144
All Persons having any Demands on the Estate and Effects of WILLIAM SNELL, late of Crediton, Devon, Innholder, deceased, are requested to deliver in the particulars thereof to Messrs. Wm. Browne, and Michael Farncombe, of Crediton, the Executors in Trust under his will, to whom those Persons that were indebted to the said William Snell at the time of his death, are to pay the amount of their several and respective debts. Crediton, 26th November, 1813.

Thursday 2 December 1813, Issue 2517 - Gale Document No. Y3200653168
Crediton, Devon - To be Let by Tender, for a Term of Years, from Michaelmas 1814, all that Farm, called Stairhill and Morlehays, lying in the parish of Crediton, Devon; containing about 36 acres of arable, meadow, and orchard land, now in the occupation of WILLIAM MANLEY, who will shew the premises. Tenders to be made to, and particulars may be known of, J. Pascoe, land-surveyor, Exeter. This will be advertised but twice, and if the estate be not let by tender it will be offered by public survey. November 30th, 1813.

Notice To Creditors, &c.
All Persons having any claim or demand on the Estate and Effects of ROGER LANE, late of Crediton, in the county of Devon, common carrier, deceased, are requested immediately to transmit an account thereof to Mrs Jane Lane, the widow and executrix named in the will of the said deceased; and such persons as are indebted to the said estate, are directed to pay the amount thereof to the said Mrs Lane, before the 25th day of December next, as immediately after that, time proceedings will be had against all who are so indebted, and whose accounts may then remain unsettled. Crediton, 25th Nov. 1813.

Thursday, 9 December 1813, Issue 2518 - Gale Document No. Y3200653177
Crediton, Devon - To be Sold in Fee, with possession at Christmas next, all that Messuage, with the Bake-House, Stable, Outhouses, and Garden, thereto belonging, situate in St Laurence Green, in Crediton; now in the possession of Mr TRUDE. For which purpose a public auction will be held at the Dock Inn, in Crediton, on Wednesday the 15th of December instant, at four o'clock in the afternoon. The tenant will shew the premises; and for particulars, apply to Mr Cleave, attorney at law, Crediton.
Crediton, 7th Dec. 1813.

Thursday 3 February 1814, Issue 2526 - Gale Document No. Y3200653266
Devon - To be Sold in Fee, by auction, at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Tuesday the 22nd February inst. by four o'clock in the afternoon, a Messuage or Tenement, consisting of several dwelling-houses, with their appurtenances, a large walled Garden behind, having in it a cellar and pound house, and contiguous thereto, a very good orchard, well stocked with apple trees of prime cyder fruits (from which there have been made in some years thirty hogsheads of cyder or upwards) situate on the north side of St Lawrence Green, in the west town of Crediton, in the occupation of Miss SARAH SHEPHERD, and her several tenants, who on request will shew the premises. For further particulars, application to be made to Mr Berry, attorney at law, in Crediton, (if by letter, the same to be post paid). Should there be no sale, the garden and orchard will be let by tender, at a yearly rent, for a term, from Christmas last: the conditions of which letting may be known from the said Mr Berry, to whom such tenders are to be made in writing, on or before the 12th of March next, shortly after which the person whose offer is accepted will be informed thereof. 1st February, 1814.

Thursday 28 April 1814, Issue 2538 - Gale Document No. Y3200653386
Exeter, Wednesday 27 April
Lately was married, at Crediton, by the Rev. John Russell, George Eastlake, jun., Esq., of Plymouth, to ELIZA, eldest daughter of GEORGE SHUTE, Esq., of Crediton.

Thursday 30 June 1814, Issue 2547 - Gale Document No. Y3200653466
Ran Away, on Friday the 24th of this instant June, from Mrs ELIZABETH LEE, widow, of Uford, parish of Crediton, JAMES MORRISH, (alias Prowse), her parish apprentice; 18 years old, light complexion, light hair, curled on the forehead; about 5 feet high; carried off two brown cloth coats, yellow buttons in one of them; light drab cloth waistcoat, and leather breeches. Whoever harbours or employs the said apprentice after this public notice, will be prosecuted according to law. Dated 27th June 1814. Elizabeth Lee.

Thursday 18 August 1814, Issue 2554 - Gale Document No. Y3200653543
Whereas, Mr JOHN KNIGHTS, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, sadler and harness-maker, has assigned and made over all his goods and effects for the benefit of his creditors, Notice is hereby given, that all persons indebted to the estate of the said John Knights, are forthwith to pay the amount of their debts to Mr Tucker, of Crediton, glazier, who is duly authorised to receive the same; and all persons having any demands on the said estate or effects, are requested immediately to send the amount of their demand to Mr Cleave, solicitor, Crediton, otherwise they will be excluded the benefit of a dividend of the said estate and effects.
Crediton, 15th Aug. 1814.

Crediton - To be Sold by auction, by Joseph Thomas, auctioneer, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 23rd and 24th days of August instant, for the benefit of the creditors, all the Stock in Trade, and Household Goods, of Mr JOHN KNIGHTS, in the Market Place, in Crediton, sadler and harness-maker.
First Day - Stock in Trade, comprising hackney saddles, side saddles, and pillions, plated and polished portmouth and other bridles, plated and polished stirrups, a great variety of ladies and gentlemen's whips, shot belts, powder flasks, cart breechings, and fore-horse tackle, a quantity of collars and hames, trace and hack chains, and a very excellent stock of sadlers' and harness-makers goods of every description.
Second Day - All the Household Goods and Furniture: comprising four-post bedsteads, with cotton and other furniture, of the best goose feathers, mattresses, counterpanes, quilts, sheets, and blankets.; dressing-table and swing glasses, mahogany chest of drawers, receptables and wash-hand stands; mahogany dining, tea, and card tables; mahogany hair-bottom and painted chairs, a pier-glass, china and glass, tea and coffee-urns; copper and iron boilers; tea-kettles and sauce-pans; large brass kettles, Bath stoves and fire-irons, a clock and case; a kitchen range; a four-lap large fire-screen, a jack and spits; Delf and earthenware; a quantity of glass bottles; and various other articles. Also, brewing utensils, mashing-kieves, hogsheads, half hogsheads, barrels, tubs, and buckets, water cask and jib, &c. The sale to begin by eleven o'clock in the forenoon each day.
August 15th, 1814.

Thursday 25 August 1814, Issue 2555 - Gale Document No. Y3200653554
Devon - To be Let, by public Auction, at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the 22nd day of September next, at five o'clock in the afternoon, in lots, and subject to such conditions as will be there produced, the impropriate Great and Small Tythes of the following Estates, situate in the parish of Crediton.
Lot 1. For the term of 7 years, from Michaelmas next, the Tythes of late Venners, in the Tything of Knowle, about 3 miles from the town of Crediton, and in the occupation of Mr THOMAS PARTRIDGE, containing about 150 acres of land: And of Chaple Down and Cheddonbrooke, containing together about 52 acres, about 1 mile from the town of Crediton, in the occupation of Mr WEILLIAM TOOZE.
Lot 2. For the term of 2 years, from next Michaelmas, the Tythes of Spencecombe Farm, situated also in the Tything of Knowle, and adjoining late Venners, containing also about 150 acres of land, in the occupation of the said Mr TOOZE.
For particulars, apply to Mr Smith, solicitor, Crediton. All letters must be post-paid. 22nd August, 1814.

Thursday 20 October 1814, Issue 2563 - Gale Document No. Y3200653618
JAMES PASMORE, Sadler and Harness Maker, respectfully informs the public, that he has commenced business in the Market-Place, Crediton, and begs to assure the inhabitants of that town and its vicinity, who may be pleased to bestow on him their favors, that their orders shall be executed with neatness, durability, and dispatch. J.P. having been ten years in the employ of Mr John Cooke, of Exeter, flatters himself that he is capable of sending out work, equal to any shop in the West of England.

Lost a few days since, a White Stout-form'd Pointer Dog, with a brown spot in one ear, the Property of the Rev. S. PIDSLEY. Whosoever will restore the said dog to its Owner, shall be handsomely rewarded for his trouble; but if any person is found to detain it in custody after this public notice, he will be prosecuted. Crediton, October 18th, 1814.

Thursday 22 December 1814, Issue 2572 - Gale Document No. Y3200653724
Exeter, Wednesday 21 December
This morning was married at Crediton, by the Rev. John Rudall, Joshua Thorne, Esq. merchant, of London, to SUSAN, fourth daughter of JAMES ROBERTS, Esq., of Crediton.

Thursday 12 January 1815, Issue 2575 - Gale Document No. Y3200653747
Devon - To be Sold in Fee, by Private Contract, free of Land-Tax, which has been redeemed, a large and convenient brick-built Dwelling=House, near the centre of the market-place, in the West Town of Crediton, divided into two, a larger one and a lesser, the former in possession of Mr SAMUEL PADDON; and the other now in possession of Mr PASSMORE, sadler; each having a shop in front, easily capable of being made into one; particularly eligible on account of situation for the business of a shopkeeper, (for which that in Mr Paddon's possession has been long used,) the same comprising together, three under-ground cellars, four rooms on the ground floor, (exclusive of the shops,) five chambers on the next, and three chambers and a large garret or lumber-room on the upper. To which premises belong also a small private court, with a house for washing and brewing, a loft over, and a garden, for the most part walled round, having a chain-linhay in it, (always held with the part in Mr Paddon's possession;) and in the common Courtlage adjoining, four small Tenements, occupied by labouring people; and a large Drying-Loft, with a Stable and small Garden near-by.
For viewing, or to treat for the purchase, application to be made either to said Mr Paddon, or Mr Berry, attorney, in Crediton, if by letter, the postage to be paid. Two-thirds of the purchase-money may remain on mortgage of the premises. If not sold shortly, the parts occupied by Mr Paddon, and the other part now in possession of Mr Passmore, sadler, will be Let at Rent, either together or separately, for a term, from Lammas or Michaelmas next, subject to such conditions as shall be proposed, respecting which, apply as above. Jan. 1st., 1815.

Thursday 12 January 1815, Issue 2575 - Gale Document No. Y3200653756
Exeter, Wednesday 11 January
On Friday the 25th November last, at the Castle of Exeter, ELIAS FORWARD, of Crediton was fined 10l. for sporting in the parish of St Thomas without a game certificate.

Thursday 19 January 1815, Issue 2576 - Gale Document No. Y3200653761
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by public auction, at the King's Arms Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the second day of February next, precisely at five o'clock in the afternoon, the following Premises, in lots:
Lot 1. The Fee and Inheritance of a convenient Dwelling-House and Out-Buildings, situate in the West Town of Crediton, and in the possession of Mr ADAMS, carrier; together with a small Cottage and Walled Garden adjoining thereto, in the occupation of SAMUEL MADGE.
Lot 2. For the Remainder of a Term of 99 Years, determinable on the death of a healthy life, aged about 40 years, all those Three Dwelling-Houses and Premises, situate near Bowdon Hill, in the town of Crediton; now occupied by ROBERT TUCKER, JOSEPH PITTS, and THOMAS EBBETT.
The respective tenants will shew the premises; and further particulars may be known on application to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton. 16th January, 1815.

Thursday 26 January 1815, Issue 2577 - Gale Document No. Y3200653781
Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against JOHN MELHUISH, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, baker, and be being declared a bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to the commissioners in the said commission named, or to the major part of them, on the twenty seventh day of January instant, the ninth day of February next, and on the seventh day of March next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon on each day, at the Elephant Inn, in North-street, in the city of Exeter and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and effects; when and where the creditors are to come prepared to prove their debts, and at the second sitting to chuse assignees, and at the last sitting the said bankrupt is required to finish his examination, and the creditors are to assent to or dissent from the allowance of his certificate. All persons indebted to the said bankrupt or that have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the said commissioners shall appoint, but give notice to Messrs. Shephard, Adlington, and Gregory, Bedford-Row, London; or to Mr Cleave, solicitor, Crediton.

Thursday 9 February 1815, Issue 2579 - Gale Document No. Y3200653801
Exeter, Wednesday 8 February
Married, on Saturday last, the 4th inst. at Compton Vallance, by the Rev. J. Fearon, THOMAS PRICKMAN, Esq. of Crediton, Devon, to Frances, youngest daughter of Henry Davis, Esq. of Compton House, Dorset.

Thursday 23 March 1815, Issue 2585 - Gale Document No. Y3200653854
Crediton - To be Let, for a Term of 7 Years, from Lady-Day next, all those Four Closes of capital arable Land, called the Butt Parks, situate adjoining the town of Crediton, containing 24 acres, (more or less) together with the Barn thereto belonging, now late in the possession of Mr JOHN PRING. For which purpose a public survey will be held at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Tuesday the 4th day of April next, at five o'clock in the afternoon. for further particulars apply to Mr Cleave, attorney at law, Crediton, Crediton, 16th March, 1815.

Crediton, Devon
To be Sold, by order of the major part of the commissioners named in a commission of bankrupt awarded and issued and now in prosecution against JOHN MELHUISH, of Crediton, aforesaid, baker, at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Monday, the 10th day of April next, precisely at twelve o'clock at noon, the Fee-Simple and Inheritance of all those Three Tenements or Dwelling-Houses, together with the Bake-House, Garden, Orchards, and Premises thereto belonging, now in the several possessions of the said JOHN MELHUISH, Mrs THOMAZIN MELHUISH, and WIDOW PERKINS, situate in St Laurence's Green, in Crediton, aforesaid. Also, for the Residue of a Term of 999 years, all that Stable and Courtlage, situate opposite to the said Dwelling-Houses, now also in the possession of the said JOHN MELHUISH. For a view of the said premises, apply to the occupiers; and for further particulars to Mr Cleave, attorney at Law, Crediton. Crediton, 16th March, 1815.

Thursday 18 May 1815, Issue 2593 - Gale Document No. Y3200653935
Exeter, Wednesday 17 May
On Saturday last was married at Crediton, by the Rev. John Russell, Wheeler Frederick Rodbart Gibson, Esq. of London, to Miss CLEAVE, of the former place.

Thursday 1 June 1815, Issue 2595 - Gale Document No. Y3200653950
Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against GILES WELSFORD, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, tawer, dealer and chapman, and he being declared a bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or the major part of them, on the sixth and seventh days of June, and the fourth day of July next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of each day, at the Globe Tavern, in the city of Exeter, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and effects; when and where the creditors are to come prepared to prove their debts, and at the second sitting to chuse assignees, and at the last sitting the said bankrupt is required to finish his examination; and the creditors are to assent to or dissent from the allowance of his certificate. All persons indebted to the said bankrupt, or that have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint, but give notice to Mr Smith, solicitor, Crediton, Devon. 18th May, 1815.

Thursday 8 June 1815, Issue 2596 - Gale Document No. Y3200653956
Crediton, Devon
In the Bankruptcy of JOHN PRING
To be Sold by Auction, (by Order of the Assignees of said JOHN PRING) at the Barnstaple Inn, in the city of Exeter, on Tuesday the 27th day of June instant, at four o'clock in the afternoon, the Reversion in Fee, expectant on the death of two lives age about 56 and 59 years, of and in all those Four small Dwelling-Houses, Courtlages, Orchards and Gardens, situate in Dean-Street, near the East Town of Crediton aforesaid, and now in the possession of GEORGE SHUTE, Esq. or his under-tenants, under the yearly rent of 6s. 8d. and 13s. 4d. for an heriot.
Also for the Residue of a Term of 99 Years, determinable on the death of one life aged about 70, all that Dwelling-House, with the Garden, Orchard and Appurtenances, situate in the West Town of Crediton aforesaid, and now in the occupation of WILLIAM READ, subject to a lease to him granted, dated 21st January 1809, from Christmas then last, for seven years, under the yearly rent of £27. To view the premises, apply to the Occupiers of the respective premises; and for further particulars to Mr Furlong, solicitor, Exeter. Exeter, 7th June, 1815.

Thursday 15 June 1815, Issue 2597 - Gale Document No. Y3200653972
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by Auction, at the King's Arms Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the sixth day of July next, at six o'clock in the afternoon, the undermentioned Freehold Dwelling-Houses and Premises, situate in Broad-street, in the West Town of Crediton, either together, or in the following lots:-
Lot 1. All that Messuage or Dwelling-House, Malt-house, Courtlage, and Garden, now in the possession of Mr JOHN ROBERTS, Maltster, whose term therein will expire at Lady-day next. Also a Dwelling-House and Premises adjoining, now occupied by PHILIP ROWDAN, shoe-maker; together with a Stable in the possession of Mr WEILLIAM RISDON, blacksmith.
Lot 2. A Dwelling-House and Black-Smith's Shop, with the Stable and Garden belonging thereto, now occupied by Mr W. RISDON, as tenant from year to year. Also Two Cottages, immediately behind, now tenanted by WILLIAM STEPHENS and JAMES BENNETT.
Lot 3. Three Cot-Houses, with small Gardens, in the several occupations of WM. BROWN, WM. TRAIES, and PETER TAYLOR, as yearly tenants.
For viewing the several premises, and other particulars, application may be made to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton, at whose office a map of the several lots may be seen.

Thursday 15 June 1815, Issue 2597 - Gale Document No. Y3200653970
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by Auction, on Monday the 19th day of this instant June, on the premises, at Salmon-hutch, in Crediton, by order of the assignees of GILES WELSFORD, fellmonger, a bankrupt, All his Stock in Trade; consisting of a large quantity of wool and leather of various sorts; also of men and boy's leather breeches and gloves of all sorts; a quantity of foot oil, two copper furnaces, wring, trough, working beams, knife, wool-bags, baskets, beams and scales. Also, a fine young Horse, about three years old, Saddles, bridles, and harness; a good cart; a fine breeding sow; a large quantity of dressing, ladders, wheelbarrows, &c.; and about two acres share of excellent clover and ever grass.
Also, all his Household Goods and Furniture: consisting of four-post and other bedsteads; feather-beds and bedding; pier and swing glasses; dressing-tables and night stand; mahogany dining and card tables; chairs; tea urn and waiters; china and glass; a good clock; copper boilers; tea and washing kettles; kitchen grate and bath stove, jack and spit, and other kitchen utensils; a good fowling-piece; salting standard; a number of empty casks, kieves, tubs, buckets, jibs, &c.,; and a variety of other articles.
The Sale for the Stock in Trade will commence precisely at ten o'clock in the forenoon; immediately after which will be sold the Horse, Cart, Grass, &c.; and then the Household Furniture. The public are desired to give an early attendance, as the whole will be sold without reserve.
To be Sold also by Auction, on Monday following, being the 20th of June inst. by six o'clock in the afternoon, at the sign of the Half Moon, in Crediton aforesaid, the fee-simple and inheritance of all that Dwelling-House and Workshops adjoining, situate at Salmon-hutch, in Crediton aforesaid, lately belonging to the said GILES WELSFORD, the bankrupt, with the appurtenances thereto belonging; consisting of a garden, field and orchard, containing about two acres and three quarters of ground. The above is in an excellent situation for the trade of a fellmonger, there being no other in the neighbourhood, and great improvements have been lately made on the premises.
All persons who stand indebted to the estate of the said GILES WELSFORD, or that have any of his effects in their possession, are requested immediately to pay or deliver up the same to Messrs. Abraham Wreyford, Jun., William Luxmoore, and James Burrington, of Crediton, assignees appointed under the commission, otherwise they will be proceeded against, according to due course of law. Dated at Crediton, June 10, 1815.

Thursday 22 June 1815, Issue 2598 - Gale Document No. Y3200653981
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by auction, at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 10th day of July next, at six o'clock in the evening, the fee-simple and inheritance of all that Dwelling-House, with the appurtenances, situate in the west town and market place of Crediton, late in the possession of Mr MICHAEL FARNCOMBE, confectioner.
The premises consist of a shop in front, with a parlor, kitchen, cellar, bakehouse, four bed rooms, and a store room, with two stables, and two walled gardens behind, and from the publicity of their situation are extremely well calculated for a baker, or any other retail trade, or a whitesmith. For particulars, apply to Mr Mortimer, solicitor, Exeter, or Mr Smith, solicitor, Crediton.
Crediton, 18th June, 1815.

Thursday 17 August 1815, Issue 2606 - Gale Document No. Y3200654052
Crediton - To be Sold by Auction, at the Ship Inn, Crediton, on Wednesday the 13th day of September next, at six o'clock in the afternoon, the Reversion in Fee, expectant upon the death of an aged life, of all that Dwelling-House, situated in the West Town of Crediton, lately occupied by Mr W. READ, serge-maker; comprising two parlours, a kitchen and workshop, with convenient offices, on the ground floor, and eight chambers over the same. Belonging to the dwelling-house, and adjoining it, are a good garden and a productive orchard, in which is an excellent chain-linhay. Also, the fee simple, in possession, of a Close of Land, situated at Porches, near the town of Crediton, called Possession Close, containing, by estimation, one acre. For particulars, apply to Mr Smith, solicitor, Crediton. 12th Aug. 1815.

Thursday, 17 August 1815, Issue 2606 - Gale Document No. Y3200654060
Exeter, Wednesday 16 August
Friday died, at Crediton, Mr WILLIAM NOSWORTHY, son of Mr Nosworthy, of that place, surgeon.

Thursday 5 October 1815, Issue 2613 - Gale Document No. Y3200654128
In the Bankruptcy of WILLIAM READ.
To be Sold by Auction, at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 16th day of October instant, at five o'clock in the afternoon, (by order of the Assignees), for the residue of a term of 99 years, now determinable on the death of an healthy life, all that brick built Dwelling-House, with a Chain Linhay, Garden and Orchard, behind the same, situate in the West Town of Crediton aforesaid, and late in the occupation of the said WILLIAM READ. Also, the Interest of the Assignees in the Sum of £1200, 3 per cents payable on certain contingencies, which will be particularly mentioned in the conditions of sale.
And also, in the Sum of £200, which is payable within twelve months after the death of a life aged about 60.
To view the Dwelling-House and Premises, and for any further information, apply to Mr Pring, Solicitor, Crediton 1st October 1815.

Thursday 19 October 1815, Issue 2615 - Gale Document No. Y3200654148
King's Arms Inn, Crediton, Devon
To be Sold, (with possession at Christmas next, or earlier if required,) the Fee-Simple and Inheritance of all that well-accustomed Public House called The King's Arms Inn, situate in the town of Crediton, and in the possession of Mr THOMAS COX; comprising a ball room 30 feet by 18 feet, four good parlours, a convenient bar, seven bed rooms, two kitchens, three cellars, brew-house, with two large chambers over, stabling for 12 horses, a lead pump, and other conveniences, the whole of which has, at a great expense, been lately fitted up in the neatest manner, and is now in full business. For selling whereof, an auction will be held at the above Inn, on Thursday, the 26th day of October instant, precisely at five o'clock, unless disposed of in the meant time by private contract, of which due notice will be give. Mr Cox will shew the premises, and to treat for the same, application may be made either to him, or to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton. 11th October, 1815.

Thursday 4 January 1816, Issue 2626 - Gale Document No. Y3200654261
Exeter, Wednesday 3 January
Lately died, at Crediton, aged 65, Mr TRACEY, of that place, gardener. He was going to attend the afternoon service at the parish church, but fell down in the church-yard, and instantly expired.

Thursday 11 January 1816, Issue 2627 - Gale Document No. Y3200654272
Exeter, Wednesday 10 January
Monday was married at Crediton, James Edward Jackson Riccard, Esq. Solicitor, of Southmolton to Miss RUSSELL, daughter of the Rev. JOHN RUSSELL, of Crediton.

Thursday 18 January 1816, Issue 2628 - Gale Document No. Y3200654281
Exeter, Wednesday 17 January
Friday was married at Crediton, Mr WM. SEARLE, druggist, to Miss M. ROBERTS, daughter of Mr JAMES ROBERTS, both of that place.

Thursday 25 January 1816, Issue 2629 - Gale Document No. Y3200654292
Crediton, Devon.
To be Sold by auction, at the King's Arms Inn, in Crediton, on Tuesday the 30th day of January instant, at six o'clock in the afternoon, either together or in lots, five Dwelling Houses, with small gardens, and an orchard adjoining, situate in Bowdon Hill, in the town of Crediton, and now in the several occupations of GEORGE THOMAS, JOHN ELSTON, RICHARD PYKE, ELIZABETH BATTEN, WILLIAM FEATHERSTONE and ANTHONY MERCHANT. The land tax of which is redeemed. For viewing the same, apply to the tenants, and for further particulars to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton. 19th January, 1816.

Thursday 8 February 1816, Issue 2631 - Gale Document No. Y3200654305
Notice to Creditors - JOHN MILLS, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, Brazier, having assigned his effects to Mr THOMAS ROBERTS, of the same place, Maltster, for the benefit of his Creditors:- Notice is hereby given, that such assignment is left at the Office of Mr Pring, Solicitor, Crediton, for the execution of such Creditors as are desirous of taking the benefit thereof.
February 5th, 1816.

Thursday 22 February 1816, Issue 2633 - Gale Document No. Y3200654323
Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against JAMES TARR, late of Crediton, in the county of Devon, Victualler, shoemaker, dealer and chapman, and he being declared a bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or the major part of them, on the fifth and sixth days of March, and the second day of April next, at eleven in the forenoon on each day, at the Globe Tavern, in the city of Exeter, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and effects; when and where the creditors are to come prepared to prove their debts, and at the second sitting to chuse assignees, and at the last sitting the said bankrupt is required to finish his examination; and the creditors are to assent to or dissent from the allowance of his certificate. All persons indebted to the said bankrupt, or that have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint, but give notice to Mr Smith, solicitor, Crediton.

Crediton, Devon -
To be Sold by Auction, at the Half Moon Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the 22nd day of February instant, at five o'clock in the afternoon, all those Messuages or Dwelling-Houses, with the Appurtenances, situated in the broad-street, in the West Town of Crediton, in the several occupations of Messrs. LASKEY, MILTON, WINTER, TUCKER, LUXTON, ELSTON, CLATTERY, COCKRAM and ELSTON.
The above premises are held for the residue of an absolute term of 2000 years.
Also, all that Tenement, called Boylings, situated in the village of Hookway, about 2 miles from the town of Crediton; consisting of 3 cottages, in the occupation of JAMES STRONG, JOHN MERRIFIELD and JAMES TUCKETT: and Two Orchards and a Field, containing together about 4 acres; held for the residue of a term of 99 years, determinable on the deaths of two healthy lives. Application, for further particulars, may be made to Mr Smith, solicitor, Crediton. Feb. 17th, 1816.

Thursday 21 March 1816, Issue 2637 - Gale Document No. Y3200654368
Bankrupt's Dividend - The Creditors of JOHN PRING, the Younger, late of Crediton, Tanner, who have proved their debts, may receive a Dividend on the Bankrupt's Estate, by applying at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Saturday the sixth day of April next, to Mr Pope, one of the Assignees, or J. Partridge, his attorney. March 16th, 1816.

Thursday 9 May 1816, Issue 2644 - Gale Document No. Y3200654434
Exeter, Wednesday 8 May
Lately was married at Sandford, Mr S. SHUTE, second son of G. Shute, Esq. of Crediton, to Georgina, youngest daughter of the late Rev. George Bent, of Sandford.

Thursday 11 July 1816, Issue 2653 - Gale Document No. Y3200654521
Commercial Inn, Crediton
S. SPURR, (late of the Ship Inn), returns his sincere acknowledgements to his numerous friends, for the very liberal support he has for so many years experienced; and takes this opportunity of informing them, and the public at large, that he has lately Fitted Up the above Inn, for the accommodation of Commercial and other Gentlemen &c., who may rely on being supplied with the best of Wines and Spirits and every possible requisite. Excellent Stabling.
Crediton June 28th 1816.

Thursday 11 July 1816, Issue 2653 - Gale Document No. Y3200654517
Notice is hereby given, That the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned JOHN SKINNER and STEPHEN SPURR, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, Maltsters, is this day Dissolved by mutual consent; and that all debts due and owing to or from the said Co-partnership, will be received and paid by the said John Skinner. Dated this eighth day of July, 1816.
JOHN SKINNER, STEPHEN SPURR.

Thursday 18 July 1816, Issue 2654 - Gale Document No. Y3200654527
Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against WILLIAM TOZER, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, sadler and harness-maker, dealer and chapman, and he being declared a bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to the commissioners in the said commission named, or the major part of them, on the 30th day of July instant, and on the 1st and 31st days of August next, at eleven in the forenoon of each day, at the Globe Tavern, in the city of Exeter, and make a full discovery and disclosure of his Estate and Effects; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their debts; and at the second sitting to choose Assignees; and at the last sitting the said Bankrupt is required to finish his examination, and the Cre3ditors are to assent to or dissent from the allowance of his Certificate. All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt, or that have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the commissioners shall appoint, but give notice to Mr Pring, solicitor, Crediton.

Thursday 15 August 1816, Issue 2658 - Gale Document No. Y3200654574
Angel Inn, in the Centre of the West Town of Crediton.
By Order of the Assignee of WILLIAM TOZER, a Bankrupt.
The Fee-Simple and Inheritance of all that excellent Inn, called The Angel Inn, with good stabling, Courtlage and garden behind the same, will be Sold by Auction, on the Premises, on Monday the ninth day of September next, precisely at six o'clock in the afternoon.
The premises are in the occupation of Mr MILTON and Mr STONE; and may be viewed on application to them; and further particulars known of Mr Pring, attorney at law, Crediton. August 12th, 1816.

Crediton
By Order of the Assignee of WILLIAM TOZER, a Bankrupt
Capital Inn and Shops (Land Tax Redeemed)
An Auction will be held on Wednesday the fourth day of September next, precisely at six o'clock in the afternoon, for Sale of the Fee-simple and Inheritance (together or separate) of and in all that capital and long-established Inn, called The Ship Inn, situate in the West Town of Crediton aforesaid, comprising a large and well-built Dwelling-house, with a good Courtlage, and extensive stabling, and a large garden and orchard behind the same; now in the possession of Mr THOMAS COX, as tenant thereof.
Also, all those Three Shops, (one of them newly built) adjoining the said Inn, with a small Plot of Ground behind the same.
To view the premises, and for further particulars, apply at the office of Mr Pring, solicitor to the assignee, in Crediton aforesaid. August 8th, 1816.

Thursday 29 August 1816, Issue 2660 - Gale Document No. Y3200654603
Exeter, Wednesday 28 August
On the 15th inst., was married, Mr J DAVY, of Fordton, near Crediton, to Miss E. Brown, of Collumpton.

Thursday 5 September 1816, Issue 2661 - Gale Document No. Y3200654614
Exeter, Wednesday 4 September
Tuesday was married at Crediton, Mr Isaac Daniel, of Beaminster, Dorset, grazier, to Miss ANN ROBERTS, fourth daughter of Mr Thomas Roberts, of Crediton, Maltster.

Thursday 3 October 1816, Issue 2664 - Gale Document No. Y3200654654
Exeter, Wednesday 2 October
Died at Crediton, on the 21st ult., aged 51, Major WILLIAM LANGWORTHY, late of his Majesty's 24th regiment of foot.

Thursday 23 January 1817, Issue 2681 - Gale Document No. Y3200654835
Exeter, Wednesday 22 January
Sunday last was married at Crediton, Mr WILLIAM MAYELL, jeweller, to Mrs H. Gilardone, widow of the late Mr B. Gilardone, of this city.

Thursday 29 May 1817, Issue 2698 - Gale Document No. Y3200655038
Exeter, Wednesday 28 May
Died, in this city, on Sunday morning last, Mr JAMES WREYFORD, formerly from Crediton, but lately from London. In him were blended the pious Christian and the steady and affectionate relative and friend; those who knew him best will feel his loss the most.

Thursday 10 July 1817, Issue 2704 - Gale Document No. Y3200655104
Exeter, Wednesday 9 July
Married this morning, at Crediton, by the Rev. John Rudall, Rev. Saml. Spinks, Dissenting Minister, to Miss MARY PARKER, daughter of the late JOSEPH PARKER, Esq., of Crediton.

Thursday 17 July 1817, Issue 2705 - Gale Document No. Y3200655108
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold, the Fee-simple and Inheritance of All those the under-mentioned Dwelling-Houses, Closes of Land, Orchard, and Premises, situate in and near the town of Crediton, in the following Lots:-
Lot 1. A convenient Dwelling-House, Malthouse, Courtlage, and Garden, in the possession of Mr JOHN ROBERTS; with the House adjoining, occupied by Mr P. ROWDON; and a Stable, in possession of Mr WM. ROWDON.
Lot 2. A Dwelling-House, Blacksmith's Shop, Stable, and Garden, occupied by Mr WM. RISDON; and Two Cottages immediately behind, tenanted by WILLIAM STEVENS and J. BENNETT.
Lot 3. Three Cottages and Gardens, in the several tenures of W. BROWN, W. TRAIES, and R. CHANNON.
Lot 4. A Close of very rich Meadow, called the Higher Palace Meadow, in the possession of Mr ROBERTS, containing about 5 acres.
Lot 5. Two Closes of Arable Land, called White Field's, George Hills, in the possession of Mr STUCKEY, containing about 8 acres.
Lot 6. A Close of Arable Land, called the Three Cornered Close, in the possession of Mr J. SOUTHCOTT, containing about 4 acres.
Lot 7. An Orchard, near Martyn's Lane, containing about one acre, also in the possession of Mr J. SOUTHCOTT.
Lot 8. A Close of Pasture Land, called the Lower Hatchet Close, in the possession of Mr J. LANGWORTHY, containing about 2 acres.
Lot 9. A Close of Land, called the Higher Bridishill, in the possession of Mr ROBERTS, containing about 4 acres.
Lot 10. A Close of Meadow, called the Bridishill Meadow, containing about 3 acres; and a Close of Arable Land adjoining, called the Lower Bridishill, containing about 3 acres, also in the possession of Mr ROBERTS.
Lot 11. A good Barn and Two Soil Pits, situate at Bisgoods, also in the possession of Mr ROBERTS.
For which purpose an auction will be held at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 4th day of August next, at five o'clock. For viewing the respective lots, and other particulars, application may be made to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton. 14th July 1817.

Thursday 11 September 1817, Issue 2713 - Gale Document No. Y3200655200
Capital Farming Stock
To be Sold by auction, by Joseph Thomas, at Westwood Farm, in the parish of Crediton, on Wednesday the 17th and 18th days of September instant, precisely at one o'clock in the afternoon each day, all the prime and valuable Live and Dead Stock of the late Mr JOHN HARRIS, deceased; comprising of 71 ewes, of a superior breed, well seasoned in lamb; 52 lambs, and 1 ram; 6 milch cows, in calf; 5 draught horses, 3 pack horses, and 4 colts, of different ages; 3 store pigs, and a sow with pigs; also a quantity of prime hay in ricks; and a lot of potatoes in ground; 2 carts; a quantity of harness, and horse tackle; a cultivator,; drags, harrows, and sulls; cheese wrings, and vats; 3 winnowing sheets, and corn screen, fans, and corn bags; crooks; dung pots; rollers; and slides; a lot of hurdles; and a variety of other implements of husbandry; also 14 hogsheads of prime cyder in cask; and a quantity of empty cask.
And on Wednesday the 24th and 25th of September instant, the Household Goods and Furniture will be Sold, the sale to begin each day by one o'clock in the afternoon, and the whole to be sold without reserve.
Crediton, September 1st, 1817.

Thursday 16 October 1817, Issue 2718 - Gale Document No. Y3200655261
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold, the Fee-simple of the undermentioned Dwelling-Houses and Shops, very desirably situated in the centre of the Market-place in Crediton, well adapted for carrying on business.
Lot 1. All that Messuage and Tenement, with the Outhouses and Herb Garden, now occupied therewith, in the possession of Mrs WREFORD, druggist.
Lot 2. All that Messuage and Tenement, with the Two Cottages, Outhouses, and Buildings thereto belonging, now in the possession of Mr WM. COLDRIDGE, M. BRADLEY, and WILLIAM SPRAGUE.
Lot 3. All that Orchard, containing one acre and Walled Garden containing a quarter of an acre, (be the same more or less), situate behind the aforesaid Tenements, now also in the possession of Mr WILLIAM COLERIDGE.
For which Purpose a public auction will be held at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Wednesday the 29th day of October instant, at five o'clock in the afternoon. The respective tenants will shew the premises; and for particulars, apply to Mr Cleave, solicitor, Crediton. Crediton, 8th October, 1817.

Thursday 16 October 1817, Issue 2718 - Gale Document No. Y3200655270
Exeter, Wednesday 15 October
Lately died, at Hollaway, near London, aged 54, Elizabeth Christie, wife of Mr William Christie, nursery and seedsman, of that place, and youngest daughter of the late Mr CHAS. BROWNING, of Crediton.

Thursday 1 January 1818, Issue 2730 - Gale Document No. Y3200655409
We, JOHN BROWNING, the younger, shoemaker, WILLIAM BROWNING, shoemaker, JAMES BARRY, woolcomber, and WILLIAM MARKS, woolcomber, all of the parish of Crediton, having on Friday the 26th day of December instant, in a most cruel and wanton manner worried and torn by Dogs a Cow, the property of Mr HUGO, of the said parish: - do hereby acknowledge our contrition for the offence, and also our obligation to Mr Hugo, for the lenity he has shewn towards us, in consenting not to commence a prosecution against us, on condition of our making this public avowal of our crime, and paying the expences incurred.
JAMES BARRY, WILLIAM MARKS, The Mark of WILLIAM BROWNING, JOHN BROWNING.
Witness hereto, Benjn. Luxmoore,
Crediton, Dec. 30th, 1817.

Thursday 22 January 1818, Issue 2733 - Gale Document No. y3200655451
Crediton, Devon
To Be Sold, in Fee Simple, all that well accustomed Public House and Premises, called the Old Swan, desirably situated in the Market-place and West Town of Crediton, with a good Malt-House adjoining, the whole now in the possession of Mr HOLCOMBE, whose term therein will expire at Midsummer next. For which purpose, an auction will be held on the premises, on Monday the 2nd day of February next, precisely at six o'clock. For particulars, application may be made, either to Mr WILLIAM TOOZE, or Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton. 10th January, 1818.

Caution to Clergymen
Whereas the Banns of Marriage between Edward Vicary, of this Parish, Labourer, and Ann Saunders, Widow, were published three several Sundays in the Parish Church of St Thomas the Apostle, near Exeter, but the Rev. Mr Copleston, Minister of the said Parish, has refused to solemnize the Marriage between the said Parties, it having been proved to him by the Churchwarden of Crediton, that the said Edward Vicary is Father-in-law to the said Ann Saunders.
This is therefore to caution all Clergymen from publishing the Banns, or solemnizing Marriage between the said Parties, as being contrary to the laws of the land, and of propriety. The said Edward Vicary is about 5 feet 4 inches high, light complexion, brown hair, and is about 36 years of age. Ann Saunders is about 5 feet 2 inches high, light hair, light complexion, marked with the small pox, and is about 31 years of age.
Giles Welsford, Churchwarden, Crediton, January 13, 1818.

Thursday 5 February 1818, Issue 2735 - Gale Document No. Y3200655476
To be Let, with immediate possession, an excellent Dwelling-House, situated in the Market-Place in Crediton; with a long-established and well-accustomed Shop in the Drapery , Spirit and Wine Trade; consisting on the ground floor of a large shop, lobby, kitchen, parlour and pantry, with an excellent cellar under; on the first floor is an excellent drawing-room and three bed rooms; the attic story consists of four good bed-rooms. Behind the House is a walled Garden, Pump, and every other convenience. It is now occupied by Mrs JANE BERRYMAN, the owner, who is about to decline business; and of whom further particulars may be known; if by letter, post paid.

Thursday 19 March 1818, Issue 2741 - Gale Document No. Y3200655536
Crediton
To be Sold by Auction, by Mr Vowler, on Monday the 30th of March inst. at Winswood, near the White Hart Inn, leading into the Town of Crediton, all the Household Goods and Furniture of Mr HENRY ROWE, who is about to quit his residence; comprising mahogany four-post, field, and other bedsteads; feather beds, bolsters, and pillows; quilts, blankets, &c.; mahogany, painted and other chairs; mahogany dining, tea, and card tables; mahogany double and single chests of drawers; secretaries and bureaus; floor and beside carpets; window curtains, &c.; fire irons and fenders; handsome chimney and dressing glasses; paper and japan trays; two handsome sets of tea china, and a quantity of other china; decanters, rummers, and wine glasses; pair of handsome chimney lustres; staircase lamp; tea and coffee urns; smoke and wind-up jacks; kitchen range; a quantity of earthen ware; copper coal scuttles; dresser; a quantity of brewing and culinary utensils. Also a great number of curious green-house plants; hand glasses; garden roller; and a variety of other articles.
The Sale to begin at one o'clock. N.B. The whole to be sold without reserve. Dated March 13th, 1818.

Thursday 23 April 1818, Issue 2746 - Gale Document No. Y3200655603
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by auction, in fee-simple, at the Royal Oak Inn, in Crediton, on Tuesday the 5th day of May next, precisely at six o'clock, all that Messuage and Dwelling-House, Out Houses, Barn, Stable, Pound-House, and Orchard, containing about three quarters of an acre, situate near the Star Inn, in the east town of Crediton, and now in the possession of Mr WILLIAM LANE, the owner. For viewing the premises, apply to Mr Lane; and for further particulars to him, or to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton.
10th April, 1818.

Thursday 7 May 1818, Issue 2748 - Gale Document No. Y3200655637
Crediton, Devon - To be Let, for a Term of 14 Years, from Michaelmas next, all that Barton, Farm, and lands, called Ford, Interlake, and part of Neopardy, situate in the parish of Crediton; comprising a very good and convenient dwelling-house, with all requisite farm buildings, thirteen acres of excellent orchard, filled with the choicest fruit trees, now in full bearing; twenty five acres of meadow; two hundred acres of arable and pasture, and sixty-five acres of coppice wood, (be the same more or less); now in the occupation of Mr WILLIAM ARSCOTT, distant only three miles from Crediton Town, and eleven from Exeter. For letting whereof, an auction will be held at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Wednesday the 27th day of May instant, precisely at six o'clock.
Mr Gregory, of Neopardy Mills, near the Estate, will shew the same, and any further particulars may be hand of Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton. 5th May, 1818.

Thursday 28 May 1818, Issue 2751 - Gale Document No. Y3200655667
FRANCIS v. DRAKE - This cause was tried at the last Lammas Assizes for the County of Devon, and a verdict found for the defendant, WILLIAM DRAKE, of Crediton, in Devon, miller. The plaintiff afterwards applied for a new trial, and the question came to be heard before the Judges of the Court of King's Bench, on Saturday last, who, after hearing only the arguments of the Counsel for the plaintiff, confirmed the verdict that had been given for defendant, thereby establishing the right of Mr Drake to keep his weir at its present height.

Thursday 25 June 1818, Issue 2755 - Gale Document No. Y3200655702
Undue Influence
WILLIAM LAMPREY, of Crediton, in the County of Devon, Innkeeper, and FRANCIS MILTON, of the same place, Taylor, severally make oath and say: and first this deponent, WILLIAM LAMPREY, for himself, saith that he keeps a public-house, called the PRINCE FREDERICK, situate in the town of Crediton aforesaid; that he is a Freeholder of the said County of Devon, that on Wednesday, the third day of June instant, the Rev. John Russell, Assistant Minister of the parish of Crediton, and Richard Hippesley Tuckfield, Esq. one of the acting Magistrates for the said County, residing within the Crediton district, with other Gentlemen, called on this deponent, to solicit his Vote for Sir Thomas Acland, at the ensuing Election; that this deponent informed the said John Russell and Richard Hippesley Tuckfield, he had already promised to give one of his Votes for Mr Bastard, another Candidate for the said County, and intended to give the other Vote for Lord Ebrington; that the said John Russell, in the presence of the said Richard Hippesley Tuckfield, particularly pressed this deponent to promise a Vote for Sir Thomas Acland, and on this deponent's refusing to do so, the said John Russell said to this deponent, (pointing to the said Richard Hippesley Tuckfield, and the other Gentlemen,) "recollect you get your living by these Gentlemen there," and on this deponent's replying, "that he got it by his hands," the said John Russell (in the presence and hearing of the said Richard Hippesley Tuckfield, as this deponent verily believes) again said to this deponent, in a menacing manner, "recollect that which hangs in front of your house (meaning, as this deponent understood, the sign of the inn) depends on that Gentleman there," and at the same pointed with his stick towards the said Richard Hippesley Tuckfield; and to which the said Richard Hippesley Tuckfield made no reply. And this deponent further saith, that he believes the language so used by the said John Russell, in the presence of the said Richard Hippesley Tuckfield, was intended to persuade this deponent that the said Richard Hippesley Tuckfield would, as one of the acting Magistrates for the district of Crediton, refuse this deponent a licence for keeping this said house as an inn, unless he, this deponent, Voted for Sir Thomas Acland, at the next Election for the County of Devon. And this deponent, FRANCIS MILTON, for himself saith, that he was present when the said John Russell and Richard Hippesley Tuckfield solicited the Vote of the said WILLIAM LAMPREY, and that the language above mentioned to have been used by the said John Russell, was used in this deponent's presence and hearing, and that he believes the whole of the before-mentioned affidavit of the said WILLIAM LAMPREY to be true.
WILLIAM LAMPREY
FRANCIS MILTON
Sworn at Crediton aforesaid, the fifth day of June, 1818, before me, Thomas Pring, a Master Extra in Chancery.

Thursday 27 August 1818, Issue 2763 - Gale Document No. Y3200655793
Crediton, Devon
A Compact & Desirable Farm, in a High State of cultivation, having been for many years in possession of the owner.
To be Let, by Tender, for a Term of 14 Years, from Michaelmas next, (either together or separately,) all those Four Estates, called Vinnecombes, Forces, Burridges, and Higher Hollowcombe; comprising a good farm-house, and all requisite out-buildings, and upwards of 195 acres of excellent orchard, meadow, pasture, and arable land, of the very best quality; all lying contiguous, and forming a most eligible farm, situate in the parish, and only one mile from the town of Crediton; and now in the possession of Mr FRANCIS, the owner.
For viewing the lands, apply to Mr Francis; and for further particulars, to him, or to Mr Cross, solicitor, Crediton; to ether of whom, tenders for renting the whole, or either of the estates, are to be delivered on or before the 2nd day of September next; immediately after which the person or persons whose offers are accepted, will be informed thereof. Dated 18th August, 1818.

Thursday 8 October 1818, Issue 2769 - Gale Document No. Y3200655868
Commercial Inn, Crediton
To be Sold, with possession at Christmas next, the above very Desirable Inn, situate in the market-place, in the Town of Crediton, recently fitted up at a considerable expence; comprising three parlours, dining-room, bar, good bed-rooms, and cellars, stabling for 20 horses, and all necessary offices, with a pump of excellent water.
Also, a Dwelling-House adjoining, now in the possession of Mr SANDERS.
For which purpose, a public auction will be held at the said Inn, on Thursday the 22nd day of October inst. at 5 o'clock in the afternoon; if not Sold, the Inn will, immediately after the auction, be Let to the best bidder, for a Term of 7 or 14 Years. For particulars, apply at the House, or to Mr Cleeve, Solicitor, Crediton.
Crediton, 5th October, 1818.

Thursday 15 October 1818, Issue 2770 - Gale Document No. Y3200655889
Exeter, Wednesday 14 October
Married - At Crediton, on Saturday last, Mr Robt. Hookins, master of the White Hart Inn, Alphington-street, St Thomas, to Miss Ann Westcott, of Tedburn St. Mary, in this county.

Thursday 5 November 1818, Issue 2773 - Gale Document No. Y3200655927
Crediton - An Auction will be held at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the seventh day of December next, precisely at six o'clock in the afternoon, for Sale of the fee-simple and inheritance of all that Dwelling-House, with the Out-houses, Garden, and Appurtenances thereto belonging, eligibly situate in the centre of the Market Place of Crediton aforesaid; and now occupied by Mr JAMES PASSMORE, saddler. To view the premises, and for further particulars, application may be made, personally, or by letter, (post paid), to Mr Pring, solicitor, Crediton. Dated 4th November, 1818.

Thursday 24 December 1818, Issue 2780 - Gale Document No. Y3200656018
Exeter, Wednesday 23 December
Birth - On Monday last, at her mother's, the Lady of BENJAMIN CLEAVE, Esq. of Newcombe-House, Crediton, of a son.

Thursday 22 April 1819, Issue 2796 - Gale Document No. Y3200656229
Old Swan Inn, Crediton
To be Sold in Fee, by Auction, on the Premises, on Monday the 3rd day of May next, precisely at six o'clock in the afternoon, the Old Swan Public-House, with a good Malt House adjoining, desirably situated in the West Town of Crediton, and now in the occupation of Mr HOLECOMBE, whose term therein will expire at Midsummer 1820. The premises may be viewed on application to Mr Holecombe; and any further particulars had, either of Mr William Toose, or Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton, April 8th, 1819.

Thursday 22 April 1819, Issue 2796 - Gale Document No. Y3200656238
Exeter, Wednesday 21 April
Died - Yesterday, at Crediton, at the advanced age of 85, Mrs POLLARD, widow of the late Mr J. POLLARD, of that place: she was an affectionate parent, a sincere friend, and a truly good Christian.

Thursday 20 May 1819, Issue 2800 - Gale Document No. Y3200656275
The Public are respectfully informed, that the Connection lately subsisting between Messrs. HUGO and WREFORD being terminated, Mr WREFORD intends practising as Surgeon and Apothecary, at Crediton, on his sole account.
Crediton, May 15th, 1819.

Crediton - To be Sold either together or separately, the following desirable Property, conveniently situated in the West Town of Crediton.
Lot 1. A very good Dwelling-House; comprising a shop, in front; parlour, kitchen, and cellar, on the ground floor; dining-room, and two good bedrooms, on the first floor; and three attics over; also an excellent malt-house, two stables, and a pump, well supplied with water, in the yard behind, and a garden and orchard, containing about one acre, all in the possession of Mr JOHN LANGWORTHY.
Lot 2. A convenient Dwelling-House and Premises adjoining the last lot; consisting of two parlours, kitchen, scullery, three bed-rooms, and attics over; woodhouse, and small garden: in the occupation of Mrs PHILLIPS.
For which purpose an auction will be held at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 21st day of June next, at six o'clock. Mr Langworthy will shew the Premises; and any further information may be had of Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 18th May, 1819.

Thursday 1 July 1819, Issue 2806 - Gale Document No. Y3200656352
Exeter, Wednesday 30 June
Married - Yesterday, at Crediton, by the Rev. John Russell, T. Holman, Esq. R.N., to ELIZABETH, second daughter of the Rev. JOHN RUDALL, Vicar of Crediton.

Thursday 15 July 1819, Issue 2808 - Gale Document No. Y3200656378
The following prisoners are for trial:-
In the Bridewell - Agnes Brookes, 38, and Ann Moore, 21, for feloniously milking the cows of Mr SAMUEL BROWN, of Crediton.

Thursday 22 July 1819, Issue 2809 - Gale Document No. Y3200656380
Crediton - To be Sold in Fee, or Let for a Term of 3, 5, or 7 Years, from Midsummer last, All that Close of Pasture Land, called The Lower Hatchet Close; containing by estimation two acres (more or less) situate adjoining the town of Crediton; and late in the possession of Mr JOHN LANGWORTHY, as tenant thereof. For which purpose an Auction will be held at the Angel Inn, in Crediton on Wednesday the 28th day of July instant, at six o'clock. To view the same, and for further information, apply to Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 10th July, 1819.

Thursday 5 August 1819, Issue 2811 - Gale Document No. Y3200656415
Exeter, Wednesday 4 August
Died - At Crediton, lately, Mr RICHARD KERSLAKE, aged 65, who for near half a century kept the Royal Oak public-house, in that town; and is much regretted by his family and friends.

Thursday 16 December 1819, Issue 2831 - Gale Document No. Y3200656669
Exeter, Wednesday 15 December
On Wednesday last, at St Andrew's Church, Plymouth, by the Rev. Mr Lampin, THOMAS PRING, Esq. solicitor, Crediton, to Mrs Virgo, widow of Robert Virgo, Esq. late of Trelawney, in the Island of Jamaica.

Thursday 3 February 1820, Issue 2838 - Gale Document No. Y3200656760
Exeter, Wednesday 2 February
Birth - On Thursday last, the Lady of BENJAMIN CLEAVE, Esq. Newcombe-House, Crediton, of a daughter.

Thursday 2 March 1820, Issue 2842 - Gale Document No. Y3200656819
Exeter, Wednesday 1 March
Died - At Crediton, on Monday last, after a long and severe affliction, Miss SARAH SHEPHERD, aged 53 years.

Thursday 15 June 1820, Issue 2857 - Gale Document No. Y3200657038
Exeter, Wednesday 14 June
Died - Friday se'nnight, Mrs RUSSELL, wife of the Rev. JOHN RUSSELL, of Crediton.

Thursday 3 August 1820, Issue 2864 - Gale Document No. Y3200657134
Exeter, Wednesday 2 August
Died - Lately, at Crediton, the Rev. WILLIAM HAZLITT, A.M., at the advanced age of 83 years.

Thursday 14 September 1820, Issue 2870 - Gale Document No. Y3200657209
Friday last, ROBERT HARVEY, of Crediton, was fined by the Magistrates at the Castle, in the sum of 10s. for improperly driving his wagon. JOHN BERRY, of the same place, was also fined 10s. for a similar offence, and committed to the Bridewell for non-payment.

Died - On Wednesday last, at Crediton, universally regretted, Mr JAMES MELHUISH, aged 44 years.

Thursday 21 September 1820, Issue 2871 - Gale Document No. Y3200657221
Exeter, Wednesday 20 September
Married - On Sunday last, at Crediton, by the Rev. John Manley, Mr JAMES BURDGE, hatter, to Miss SAUNDERS, both of that place.

Thursday 12 October 1820, Issue 2874 - Gale Document No. Y3200657261
Exeter, Wednesday 11 October
Married - On Monday last, at St Sidwell's Church, by the Rev. J. D. Coleridge, Mr Joseph Baker, of this city, late Maltster, to Mrs AMELIA BEDFORD, of Crediton, widow.

Thursday 9 November 1820, Issue 2878 - Gale Document No. Y3200657299
Exeter, Wednesday 8 November
Died - Yesterday morning, at Wellparks, Crediton, after a severe but lingering illness, Mr JOSEPH EWINGS - a man universally beloved and esteemed by all who knew him.

Thursday 30 November 1820, Issue 2881 - Gale Document No. Y3200657343
Exeter, Wednesday 20 November
Died - On the 6th inst. Nora, wife of Jackson Riccard, Esq. of Southmolton, and only daughter of the Rev. JOHN RUSSELL, assistant Minister, at Crediton.

Thursday 28 December 1820, Issue 2885 - Gale Document No. Y3200657404
Exeter, Wednesday 27 December
Died - Lately, in the Poor-House, Crediton, ELIZABETH MARE, aged 102. Until within a short time of her death she enjoyed the perfect possession of all her faculties.