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Help and advice for Crediton: Articles from Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 1821-1840

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Articles for the Town of CREDITON taken from Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 1821 - 1840

Prepared by Lindsey Withers

Thursday 11 January 1821, Issue 2886 - Gale Document No. Y3200657431
Exeter, Wednesday 10 January
Died - In this city, on Monday last, aged 73, Mrs WELSFORD, late from Brighton, and formerly of Crediton.

Thursday 15 February 1821, Issue 2891 - Gale Document No. Y3200657493
Devon - To be Sold by public Auction at the Golden Lion Inn, Crockenwell, on Thursday the 8th of March next, by 4 o'clock in the afternoon, the Fee-Simple and Inheritance of all those desirable Farms, called East Church and Shortridge, situate in the parish of Crediton, and now in the occupation of Mr WILLIAM HAYDON; consisting of two farm-houses, two cottages, with all necessary outbuildings, and two hundred and seventy acres (more or less) of orchard, arable, meadow, pasture, and wood land. There is a large quantity of good timber on the farms, of excellent quality, a valuation of which is now taking, which the purchaser will have to pay in addition to the purchase money for the estates. The farms may be viewed by application to the tenant; and further particulars known of Mr Geare, Solicitor, Exeter; or of Mr Croote, Lapford. Dated Feb. 13th, 1821.

Thursday 19 April 1821, Issue 2899 - Gale Document No. Y3200657603
To be Sold by Auction, by order of the Assignees of the Estate and Effects of GEORGE MELHUISH, of Crediton, Devon, a Bankrupt, the following:-
Dwelling House, Tan Yard, and Lands, in the under-mentioned Lots (that is to say):-
Lot 1. The Fee-Simple and Inheritance of all that Dwelling-House, containing an under-ground cellar, and a dining-parlour, drawing-room, counting-house, hall, kitchen, and every requisite office on the ground floor; five good lodging-rooms on the first floor; and four garrets over; with two walled gardens, a cellar and stable; and a Tan-Yard, containing 36 handlers (24 of which are under cover,) 20 layers, and 7 latches; 4 limes, 2 grainers, and 2 watering-pits; 2 drying-lofts, (one 72 feet in length, and 19 feet in breadth; and the other 27 feet in length, and 19 feet in breadth;) 2 store-rooms, a mill-house, (in which there is an excellent patent bark mill,) a wagon-linhay, and a barn capable of containing at least 80 tons of bark. These premises are all adjoining in the East Town of Crediton, and have been recently altered and fitted up at a very considerable expence.
The Tan-Yard is well supplied with most excellent water; and there is at all seasons of the year an abundant quantity of bark to be procured in the immediate neighbourhood, at a moderate price. The yard has been lately planted on an improved principle, and it being the only tan-yard within several miles of the market town of Crediton; and the distance from Exeter being eight miles only, it will be found to be one of the most eligible situations for a Tanner in the West of England.
Lot 2. The Fee-Simple and Inheritance of a Field of very superior Land, called the Fair Park, contiguous to the town of Crediton; containing by estimation 3 ½ acres.
Lot 3. The Fee-Simple and inheritance of all that Brick-Yard, formerly an Orchard, with a Brick-Kiln therein, and Buildings thereon, situate adjoining to the town of Crediton, and lately in the possession of the said GEORGE MELHUISH.
The Buildings on this Lot may, at a trifling expence, be converted into Cottages; and there is an inexhaustible quantity of Brick Clay in the land.
Lot 4. All that Messuage and Farm, called North Coombe, containing by estimation about 75 acres, be the same more or less, of very good orchard, meadow, pasture, and arable land, situate at Stockley Pomeroy, in Devon, about eight miles from Crediton, eight miles from Exeter, and eight from Tiverton, all good market towns, and now in the possession of the Rev. T. A. MELHUISH.
These Premises are held under Sir John Davie, Bart. for the residue of a term of years, determinable on the death of a person aged about 33 years. For Sale of the Premises, a Public Auction will be held at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Saturday the 12th day of May next, at four o'clock in the afternoon. For viewing the several Premises at Crediton, apply to Mr GEORGE MELHUISH there; and for viewing the Estate at Stockley Pomeroy, apply to the Rev. T. A. Melhuish, the tenant; and for further particulars, to Mr George Cann, of Spreyton; to Mr Philip Francis of Crediton; or to Mr Matthew Barrett, Exeter, (the Assignees of the Bankrupt's Estate), or to Messrs Brutton and Ford, Solicitors, Exeter. Exeter, 18th April 1821.

Thursday 26 April 1821, Issue 2900 - Gale Document No. Y3200657625
All Persons having any Claims on the Estate of the late Mr JOSEPH PRIDHAM, of Rock, in the parish of Crediton, are requested to send the particulars thereof to Messrs. Brutton and Ford, Solicitors, Exeter, that the same may be examined and settled:- And all Persons who are indebted to Mr PRIDHAM's Estate, are desired to pay the Amount of their Debts immediately to Messrs Brutton and Ford.

Thursday 3 May 11821, Issue 2901 - Gale Document No. Y3200657635
Exeter, Wednesday 2 May
Married - On Wednesday last, at Crediton, by the Rev. J. Rudall, Mr William Saunders, confectioner, of this city, to Miss CHARLOTTE ROBERTS, youngest daughter of Mr Thomas Roberts, of Crediton, Maltster.

Thursday 26 July 1821, Issue 2913 - Gale Document No. Y3200657778
Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against THOMAS COX, of Crediton, in the county of Devon, Innkeeper, 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 twenty-third and thirtieth days of July instant, and on the first day of September next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of each day, at the Half Moon Inn, 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 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 Messrs. Andros and Alderson, 58 Chancery-lane, London; or to Mr Pring, Solicitor, Crediton.

Thursday 26 July 1821, Issue 2913 - Gale Document No. Y3200657771
Crediton, Devon - Under a Commission of Bankruptcy.
To be Sold by Auction, on Wednesday and Thursday the 1st and 2nd days of August next, by one o'clock in the afternoon of each day, All the Household Goods and Furniture, Stock in Trade, &c. of Mr THOMAS COX, at the Angel Inn, in Crediton; Comprising four excellent Chaise Horses with their Harness; one Chaise, one Car; Cart and Rails, and Cart Harness; one Sow with Pigs, and one other Sow; a Rick of Hay, in a field at Red-hill, near Creedy-bridge; 2 Hackney Saddles; a Lot of Dung, and a Rick of Wood.
Twelve four-post and other bedsteads, with cotton and other furniture; 11 feather beds, bolsters, and pillows; 7 mattresses; counterpanes, quilts, and other bedding; 7 pair of beside carpets; 3 pair of mahogany chests of drawers; receptacles, wash-hand stands, and dressing tables; pier and swing glasses; 2 mahogany and 1 painted side tables; two sets of mahogany dining tables, with circular ends; tea and card tables; sofa; mahogany hair-bottom and other chairs; china, glass, and earthenware; tea and coffee urns; 2 carpets and hearth rugs; painted cloth; clock and case; register and kitchen grates, fenders, and fire irons; jack and spits; 3 deal tables; knives and forks; copper and iron boilers; coal scuttles; lot of bottles; beer engine, and pewter measures; 1 hogshead of porter and 4 hogsheads of beer; brewing copper, coolers, hogsheads, half hogsheads, barrels, kieves, tubs and buckets; a lot of coals; and various other articles. The Sale for the Horses, chaise, &c. will begin precisely at one o'clock the first day. James Thomas, Auctioneer. Crediton, July 20th, 1821.

Thursday 9 August 1821, Issue 2915 - Gale Document No. Y3200657807
Ran Away from his Master, RICHARD SANDERS, of Crediton, Basket-Maker, JAMES GREENSLADE, his Apprentice, about five feet six inches high, pale complexion, light hair, and wore away a dark colour coat and dark breeches. Whoever harbours or employs the said Apprentice after this notice, will be prosecuted according to law. August 8th, 1821.

Thursday 25 October 1821, Issue 2926 - Gale Document No. Y3200657952
Exeter, Wednesday 24 October
Died - Last week, at Exmouth, aged 64 years, Mrs BLAKE, of Crediton.

Thursday 21 February 1822, Issue 2943 - Gale Document No. Y3200658188
Whereas I, SAMUEL MANLEY, of Crediton, Mason, did on the first day of January last, Torture a Donkey, belonging to Mrs FRANK PARKER, of the same place, by setting two Bull-Dogs at it. Now I, the said Samuel Manley, only penitent for the offence, and sensible of the lenity shewn me, do humbly accede to the terms of atonement offered by Mrs Parker, to pay a fine of One Guinea to the Exeter Lunatic Asylum and make this public acknowledgement of my misconduct.
Witness hereto:- Samuel Manley
Witness hereto, Benjamin Luxmoore, Dated Crediton, January 19th, 1822.

Thursday 28 February 1822, Issue 2944 - Gale Document No. Y3200658207
Crediton, Devon
To be Let, for a Term of Seven or Fourteen Years from Lady-Day Next Elston Estate, Situate in the Parish of Crediton; late in the possession of Mrs HUGGINS, deceased; consisting of a good Farm-House and Buildings, and 120 Acres (more or less) of Orchard, Meadow, Pasture, and Arable land; distant only 3 miles from the town of Crediton, and 11 from Exeter. For which purpose, a Survey will be held at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the 14th of March, at five o'clock in the afternoon. The Estate may be viewed, and any other particulars known on application either to Mr Ward, of Etton, or Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 27th February, 1822.

Thursday 25 April 1822, Issue 2952 - Gale Document No. Y3200658296
King's Arms Inn, Crediton.
To be Sold, in Fee-Simple, all that convenient and well-accustomed Public House, called The King's Arms Inn, Situate in the town of Crediton, and now in the occupation of Mr JOHN WESTLAKE, as tenant thereof. Also, a comfortable Dwelling-House, adjoining, in possession of Mrs WHITE. For which purpose an auction will be held on the premises, on Wednesday the first day of May next, precisely at six o'clock in the afternoon. The premises (which will be sold either together or in separate lots) may be viewed, and other particulars known, on application to Mr Giles White, or Mr Cross, Crediton. Possession in June next. Dated 15th April, 1822.

Thursday 2 May 1822, Issue 2953 - Gale Document No. Y3200658323
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by Auction, at the Star Inn, in Crediton, on Tuesday the 21st day of May next, at five o'clock, The following desirable Freehold Property.
Lot 1. All that Dwelling-House, and Buildings; with an excellent Orchard, containing about 2 acres and half; and a rich Close of Watered Meadow, about 2 acres, situate near the East Town of Crediton, and now in the several occupations of Mr ROBERTS, currier, MR JOHN DODDERIDGE, and MR JOHN KELLAND.
Lot 2. All those three Dwelling-Houses, Bakehouse, and Premises, at Bowden-hill, in Crediton, and in the possession of MR JOHN SMALE, baker, WILLIAM CLIST, and MRS LANGMAN.
Lot 3. Three Cottages in Dean Street, occupied by ROBERT HARVEY, SARAH HOOPER, and JOHN BENNETT.
Lot 4. A Walled Garden, situate near the Spinning Path, and in the possession of the said JOHN DODDERIDGE.
For viewing the respective premises, and for further particulars, apply to Mr Cross, Crediton.
Dated 23rd April, 1822.

Thursday 9 May 1822, Issue 2954 - Gale Document No. Y3200658326
Ran Away from their Mater, MR JAMES LEE, of Crediton, WILLIAM GREGORY and NAQTHANIEL HAYDON HARVEY, his Parish Apprentices.
WILLIAM GREGORY is about 19 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, full faced, light complexion, light hair, wore away a cloth jacket and leather breeches, and carried with him a dark cloth jacket. The said William Gregory eloped on the 1st April, 1821.
NATHANIEL HAYDON HARVEY is about 19 years of age, dark complexion, marked with the small pox, light hair, about 5 feet 6 inches high, and wore away a cloth jacket, new hat, new pair of shoes, leather breeches, and carried with him a dark cloth jacket. The said Nathaniel Haydon Harvey eloped on the 25th March, 1822.
Whoever harbours or employs the said Apprentices after this notice, will be prosecuted according to law.
Crediton, May 3rd, 1822.

Thursday 20 June 1822, Issue 2970 - Gale Document No. Y3200658408
Crediton - To be Sold in Fee, the Prince Frederic Inn and Premises, situate in the East Town of Crediton, and now in the possession of MR WILLIAM BURRIDGE. For which purpose an Auction will be held at the House, on Wednesday the tenth day of July next at six o'clock in the afternoon. The Premises may be viewed, on application to Mr Burridge, and further particulars known either of him, or of Mr Pring, or Mr Cross, Solicitors, Crediton.
Dated 17th June, 1822.

Thursday 20 June 1822, Issue 2970 - Gale Document No. Y3200658407
Exeter, Wednesday 19 June
Died - On Thursday last, at Crediton, FRANCIS HOLE, Esq. Captain of the Royal Marines, fifth son of the late Richard Hole, Esq. of Bow.

Thursday 12 September 1822, Issue 2996 - Gale Document No. Y3200658556
Exeter, Wednesday 11 September
Died - On Wednesday, being the day he attained his 81st year, at the house of his son-in-law, J. Cowell, Esq. in the Park Crescent, and of his only surviving child, Mrs Cowell, JOHN WREFORD, Esq., late of Crediton.

Thursday 31 October 1822, Issue 3004 - Gale Document No. Y3200658666
Exeter, Wednesday 30 October
Married - Yesterday morning, at St Sidwell's, by the Rev. J. D. Coleridge, Captain Holman, (late of the 52nd Regiment) Adjutant of the First Devon Militia, to ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of MRS PIDSLEY, of Crediton.

Thursday 9 January 1823, Issue 3015 - Gale Document No. Y3200658819
Exeter, Wednesday 8 January
Died - On Friday the 8th instant, at Crediton, in the 83rd year of her age MRS ELIZABETH BEDFORD, mother of the Rev. R. Bedford, Precentor of the Bristol Cathedral, and Vicar of Bathford and Bathampton, Somerset.

Died - On Sunday the 29th ult. in London, MR EWINGS, a native of Crediton, in this county, who, for upwards of fifty years, with constant assiduity and integrity, filled the situation of a clerk in the Bank of Messrs. Gosling and Sharp, London. His disinterested friendship, amiability in the domestic circle, and general philanthropy, will be remembered and cherished by those who knew him, till they are dust like him, or "while memory shall last."

Thursday 16 January 1823, Issue 3916 - Gale Document No. Y3200658837
Exeter, Wednesday 15 January
Died - On Wednesday last, at Crediton, THOMAS BERRY, Esq. an eminent solicitor of that town, whose integrity in his profession, fidelity in his friendship, and strict honour in every situation of life, will long endear his memory to his friends and to the public.

Thursday 30 January 1823, Issue 3017 - Gale Document No. Y3200658855
Office of the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors', No. 33, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London.
Petitions of Insolvent Debtors to be heard at the Adjourned General Quarter Sessions of the Peace to be holden at the Castle of Exeter, in and for the county of Devon, on Friday the Twenty-first day of February next, at the hour of ten o'clock in the morning.
JOSEPH AYRE, late of Crediton, in the county of Devon, Farmer

Thursday 30 January 1823, Issue 3017 - Gale Document No. Y3200658864
Exeter, Wednesday 29 January
Married - On Tuesday, at Crediton MR THOMAS, builder and auctioneer, to MISS BERRY, both of that place.

Died - At Crediton, on Sunday last, HORACE WALTER, fifth son of J. SMITH, Esq. solicitor.

Thursday 6 February 1823, Issue 3018 - Gale Document No. Y3200658878
Exeter, Wednesday 5 February
Died - At Crediton, yesterday, of hooping cough, the infant son of JOHN SMITH, Esq. solicitor.

Died - Last week, at Crediton, MR THOS. ROBERTS, many years a respectable Maltster of that place.


Thursday 27 February 1823, Issue 3021 - Gale Document No. Y3200658925
All Persons indebted to the Estate of Mr BERRY, late of Crediton, Attorney-at-Law, deceased, are requested to pay the amount of their respective debts to Mr Pring, Solicitor, Crediton; to whom reference may also be made respecting any Deeds or Papers which were left to the care of the late Mr Berry. February 21st, 1823.

Thursday 20 March 1823, Issue 3024 - Gale Document No. Y3200658953
All Persons having any Claim or Demand on the Estate and Effects of MR THOMAS ROBERTS, late of Crediton, Devon, Maltster, deceased, are requested forthwith to send the Particulars thereof to Mr John Roberts, of Crediton aforesaid, Maltster, or to Mr William Saunders, of the City of Exeter, Confectioner, (the Executors appointed under the Will of the deceased), in order that the same may be investigated and discharged. And all Persons indebted to the Estate of the said THOMAS ROBERTS, are hereby desired immediately to Pay the Amount of their respective Debts to the said Executors. Dated 16th March, 1823.

Thursday 17 July 1823, Issue 3040 - Gale Document No. Y3200659204
Excise Prosecutions - On Thursday last, at Crediton, Eight persons of that place appeared before R. H. Tuckfield and John Sillifant, Esqrs. to answer informations exhibited against them by order of the Board of Excise, for the recovery of the penalties incurred by them for having sold Cider by retail, without taking out Excise Licenses authorizing them so to do; when, after a long and patient investigation of the several cases which occupied the Magistrates near the whole day, Seven of the defendants, viz.: JOHN BROWNING, JOHNN COLES, SOLOMON HAYDON, MARY DYMOND, MARY ELSTONE, ELIZABETH DISCOMBE, and GEORGE PRICKMAN, were convicted in the mitigated penalties of £15 each; and ANN YARDE was acquitted. Mr Pring, Solicitor, conducted the prosecution on behalf of the Crown, and Mr Furlong jun. was Solicitor for five of the defendants.

Thursday 31 July 1823 Issue 3042 - Gale Document No. Y3200659216
An Excellent Inn and Bake-House, Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in Fee, by Public Auction, at the White Swan Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 18th day of August next, at the hour of four in the afternoon, the under-mentioned Premises, In the following Lots, viz:-
Lot 1. All that the said well-accustomed Inn, called the White Swan Inn, situate near the Market-Place, in the town of Crediton aforesaid, and now in the occupation of JOHN WEBDALE as tenant thereof.
Lot 2. A Dwelling-House, Bake-House, and Premises adjoining the said Inn, now in the occupation of GILES HOOKWAY, as tenant thereof.
The Premises are commodious and extensive, have been used as an Inn and public bakehouse for a great number of years, and early possession may be had. The Tenants will shew the Property, and further particulars may be obtained of Mr Saunders, confectioner, near the New London Inn, Exeter; of Mr John Roberts, Maltster, Crediton, or of Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton.
Dated July 30th, 1823.

Thursday 7 August 1823, Issue 3043 - Gale Document No. Y3200659241
Exeter, Wednesday 6 August
Died - At Crediton, aged 38, EMELIA, wife of Lieut KINGDON, R.N.

Thursday 28 August 1823, Issue 3046 - Gale Document No. Y3200659269
Crediton, Devon
To be Let, for a Term of Ten Years, from Michaelmas next, the Following Estates: situate in the parish of Crediton, and now in the occupation of MR JOHN LEE, all that compact and desirable Farm called Dickers, comprising a good dwelling-house and outbuildings, and 113 acres of excellent orchard, meadow, arable, and pasture land.
An Estate called Pitt, consisting of a dwelling-house and buildings, and 38 acres of orchard, meadow, and arable land.
An Overland called Northcotes, containing 35 acres of land, near Gunston Mills.
For which purpose a Survey will be held at the Royal Oak Inn, in Crediton, on Wednesday the 10th day of September next, precisely at 5 o'clock. The Tenant will shew the Premises, and for further particulars, apply to Mr Cross, Crediton. Dated 26th August, 1823.

Thursday 25 September 1823, Issue 3049 - Gale Document No. Y3200659337
Exeter, Wednesday 24 September
Married - This morning, by the Rev. Nicholas Lightfoot, RICHARD MELHUISH, Esq. of Fairpark, Crediton, to MISS PRIDEAUX, of the same place.

Thursday 16 October 1823, Issue 3052 - Gale Document No. Y3200659376
Exeter, Wednesday 15 October
Died - Monday morning, at Crediton, GEORGE SHUTE, Esq. aged 68. His repeated attacks of illness, for the last twelve years, and his consequent great bodily sufferings, must make the change a happy one to him; but his memory will be cherished, and his loss deeply felt, by a large family, who fondly loved him, by a numerous circle of friends who respected his many virtues, and enjoyed his cheerful humour, and by the labouring poor, to whom he was a constant, king and liberal friend.

Thursday 23 October 1823, Issue 3053 - Gale Document No. Y3200659381
Ran Away from her Master, MR WILLIAM LAMPREY, of Crediton, on the 5th of October last, AMELIA WESTLAKE, his parish Apprentice, aged 20 years. Whoever harbours or employs the said Apprentice after this public notice, will be prosecuted according to law. Dated Crediton, October 17, 1823.

Thursday 1 January 1824, Issue 3063 - Gale Document No. Y3200659538
Exeter, Wednesday 31 December
Married - Last week, at St Thomas's Church, near this city, SUSANNA, daughter of the Rev. JOHN RUDALL, of Crediton, to the Rev. JOHN MANLEY, of the same place.

Thursday 8 January 1824, Issue 3064 - Gale Document No. Y3200659554
Exeter, Wednesday 7 January
Died - On Thursday morning, in the Lunatic Asylum, St. Thomas, where he had been for a long time one of the unfortunate inmates, aged 44, Mr JOHN KARSLAKE, many years a respectable baker, of Crediton.

Thursday 11 March 1824, Issue 3073 - Gale Document No. Y3200659695
Exeter, Wednesday 10 March
Died - On Sunday morning, of typhus fever, MR JOHN LAMBERT GORWYN, of Bradley, in the parish of Crediton, aged 41.

Thursday 18 March 1824, Issue 3074 - Gale Document No. Y3200659697
Crediton - To be Let for a Term, or by the Year, with possession at Lady-day, All that Dwelling-House, Malt-House, Garden, and Premises, in the occupation of MR WILLIAM ROBERTS, Maltster. Also a convenient Dwelling-House, with an excellent Garden and Orchard, late in the possession of MRS MENDS, both situate in the West Town of Crediton. For viewing, and to treat for the same, application may be made to Mr Cross, Crediton. Dated 13th March, 1824.

Thursday 18 March 1824, Issue 3074 - Gale Document No. Y3200659709
Exeter, Wednesday 17 March
Died - On Tuesday, suddenly, at Stogumber, Somerset, FREDERICK THOMAS HUGO, eldest son of THOMAS HUGO, of Crediton, Esq. A young man of excellent abilities, and most amiable disposition, of whom his afflicted family and friends were deprived in his 17th year.

Thursday 15 April 1824, Issue 3078 - Gale Document No. Y3200659773
Exeter, Wednesday 14 April
Died - On Monday last, at Crediton, aged 66, MRS PHILLIP, relict of the late ARUNDEL PHILLIP, Esq., of this city. Her family have to lament a most tender and affectionate parent, and the poor a liberal but unostentatious benefactor.

Thursday 13 May 1824, Issue 3082 - Gale Document No. Y3200659842
Exeter, Wednesday 12 May
Died - Yesterday morning, at Crediton, aged 67, MR ROBERT TUCKER, painter and glazier.

Thursday 27 May 1824, Issue 3084 - Gale Document No. Y3200659877
On Wednesday evening last, an entirely new house, in the parish of Whitstone, named Copperwall, the property of MR ROBERTS, of Crediton, currier, was destroyed by fire; and, as the flames were discovered in three places at once, there is too much reason to fear that it was the work of incendiaries. The premises, we regret to add, valued at 2000l. were not insured.

Thursday 1 July 1824, Issue 3089 - Gale Document No. Y3200659955
Castle of Exeter - Friday last.
GEORGE POOK, a servant to Mr WARD, of Crediton, was fined 17s. including expences, for riding on his wagon with three horses without reins, and for refusing to tell his name when called upon to do so by Mr Tapley, Toll-collector at the Dunsford Gate.

Thursday 22 July 1824, Issue 3092 - Gale Document No. Y3200659989
Crediton - To be Let for a Term of 10 Years, from Michaelmas next, the following lands, being Part of the Manor of Crediton Parks, situate in the Parish and near the Town of Crediton:-
Lot 1. Adders, Northcotts, and Salmon Hutch Tenements; comprising a dwelling-house, barn, and outbuildings, with 41 acres of orchard, meadow, and arable land (more or less) now in the occupation of MR ABRAHAM HOMEYARD.
Lot 2. All those 5 Closes, Part of Late Shiplands, containing 19 acres of pasture and arable land, now rented by MR JOHN ROBERTS.
Lot 3. A Tenement, called Palmers, consisting of a barn, stable, and 4 closes of arable land, containing together about 12 acres, now in the possession of MR WILLIAM MILTON.
Lot 4. All those 2 Marshes, called Higher Marsh and Lower Marsh, containing 6 acres (more or less), now occupied by MR HOMEYARD.
For which purpose a Survey will be held at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 26th day of July instant, precisely at six o'clock. For viewing the premises, and further particulars, apply to Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 3rd, July 1824

To Tanners - To be Let, by Private Contract, for such Term as may be agreed on, with immediate possession, a Most Desirable Tan-Yard, Dwelling-House, and Premises, in the East Town of Crediton, in as good a situation for Bark as any in the County of Devon; and now in the possession of MR GEORGE MELHUISH.
The Yard, which is well supplied with excellent water, comprises 36 large handles, 20 layers and 7 latches, with limes, water pits, grainers &c., commodious bark barn for 100 tons of bark, with mill house, two drying lofts (one 99 feet by 20, and the other 20 feet by 18) good leather houses, wagon linhay, four-stall stable, and a counting house, commanding every part of the yard.
The Dwelling-House adjoins the yard, and consists of three parlors, hall, kitchen, and brew-house, seven bed-rooms, two large attics, two cellars and other domestic offices; attached to which are two walled gardens stocked with choice fruit trees and the taker can, if required, be accommodated with 4 or 5 acres of prime pasture land. For viewing the Premises, and to treat for the same, application may be made either to Mr Melhuish, or Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton.
There is a Free Grammar School in the Town. Dated 19th July, 1824.

Thursday 22 July 1824, Issue 3092 - Gale Document No. Y3200659998
The Rev. EDWARD RUDALL, A.B. of Pembroke College, Oxford, receives into his House, Six Private Pupils.
Terms:
Under 14 Years of Age - 70 Guineas per Ann.
Above 14, for the Universities or Holy Orders - 100 Guineas.
Approved Masters in French, Writing, Drawing, &. on the usual terms.
Vicarage, Crediton, July 20th, 1824.

Thursday 12 August 1824, Issue 3095 - Gale Document No. Y3200660028
Crediton - To be Sold by Auction, on Saturday the 14th of August instant, All the Remaining Stock of Linen and Woollen-Drapery, Mercery, Hosiery and Grocery Goods of MRS JAMES MELHUISH, of Crediton, who retires from business; the particulars of which will be given in hand-bills.
Also, the Furniture of the Shop, comprising Counters,, Drawers, Shelves, Scales and Weights, Tea Cannisters of various sizes, &c., &c. The Sale to commence precisely at one o'clock in the afternoon, and the whole to be sold without reserve in such lots as may be convenient to purchasers.
James Thomas, Auctioneer. Dated 3rd August, 1824.

Thursday 12 August 1824, Issue 3095 - Gale Document No. Y3200660038
Exeter, Wednesday 11 August
Died - Friday last, at Crediton, after a long protracted illness, which she bore with the pious resignation of a true Christian, MARY, relict of the late JOHN PIDSLEY, Esq. of Wootton, near Colebrooke.

Thursday 9 September 1824, Issue 3099 - Gale Document No. Y3200660085
Crediton - To be Let, for a Term of Ten Years, from Michaelmas next, the undermentioned Lands, conveniently situated near the Town of Crediton, in the following Lots:-
Lot 1. All that Estate, called Middle or Shepherds Westwood, and the Closes of Land held therewith; comprising a Farm-House and Buildings, and 22 Acres (more or less) of very good Orchard, Meadow, Arable, and pasture Land, occupied by MR JOHN STUCKEY.
Lot 2. A Close of Land, called Broad Close, containing about 3 Acres and Half, adjoining to Bramble Lane, now in possession of MR TAYLOR.
Lot 3. All that Meadow immediately adjoining the Broad Close, and containing about 6 Acres, also in the occupation of MR TAYLOR.
Lot 4. A Field, called Lower Bridishill, containing about 3 Acres, situate adjoining the Turnpike Road between Crediton Town and Creedy Bridge.
Lot 5. A Close of Meadow, called Bridishill Meadow, containing about 3 Acres, and adjoining the last lot.
For which purpose, a survey will be held at the White Hart Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 13th day of September next, precisely at six o'clock in the afternoon. For further particulars, apply to Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 14th August 1824.

Thursday 21 October 1824, Issue 3105 - Gale Document No. Y3200660175
Exeter, Wednesday 20 October
Died - On Monday the 11th October inst., the only daughter of MR WM. SNOW, of Crediton, tallow chandler, aged 12 months.

Thursday 2 December 1824, Issue 3111 - Gale Document No. Y3200660256
Crediton - To be Sold, for the Residue of a Term of One Thousand Years, all that Dwelling-house, with the Out-houses, Stable, and Appurtenances thereto belonging, eligibly situated in the Market-place of Crediton, now in the possession of MR W. TROBRYDGE, together with Several Cottages, Situate in the Courtlage behind the said Dwelling-House, now occupied by JOHN PERKINS and others. For which purpose, an auction will be held at the Ship Inn, in Crediton aforesaid, on Wednesday the 15th day of December next, at five o'clock in the afternoon. For further particulars apply to Mr Pring, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated November 23, 1824.

Thursday 2 December 1824, Issue 3111 - Gale Document No. Y3200660268
Exeter, Wednesday 1 December
Died - At Crediton, on Sunday last, MRS MARY TUCKER, aged 65, widow of the late MR ROBT. TUCKER, of that place, glazier.

Thursday 23 December 1824, Issue 3114 - Gale Document No. Y3200660309
Exeter, Wednesday 22 December
Died - On Tuesday, the 14th instant, at Crediton,, aged 60, MRS ELIZABETH BOLT, widow, formerly of the FALCON Inn, in this city.

Thursday 6 January 1825, Issue 3116 - Gale Document No. Y3200660324
Crediton - To be Sold in fee, all that Public-House called The Prince Frederic, Situate in the East Town of Crediton, and now in the occupation of MR JOHN WOOLLACOTT. For which purpose an Auction will be held at the House, on Thursday the 13th day of January next, at six o'clock in the afternoon. The Premises may be viewed on application to the Tenant; and further particulars known of Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 27th December 1824.

Thursday 13 January 1825, Issue 3117 - Gale Document No. Y3200660346
Exeter, Wednesday 12 January
Died - On Sunday last, MR WILLIAM BURRIDGE, of Crediton, Baker, aged 45, leaving a wife and 6 young children to bewail his loss.

Died - Wednesday last, at Crediton, aged 12 years, WILLIAM, son of MRS BUTTRESS, of that place, widow. He has been a great sufferer for the last four years.

Thursday 20 January 1825, Issue 3118 - Gale Document No. Y3200660363
Crediton, Devon - To be Sold in Fee, free of Land Tax, by Public Auction, at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the third day of February next, at four o'clock in the afternoon, A Cottage, And also a very productive Orchard, containing about Two Acres, more or less, situate and lying adjoining Saint Lawrence's Green, in the West Town of Crediton, in possession of THOMAS HUGO, Esq. For a view, apply to the said Mr Hugo; and further information may be had of Messrs. Geare and Mountford, Solicitors, Exeter. All letters to be post-paid. If the Premises should not be sold at the Auction, they will immediately afterwards be Let for a Term.

Thursday 3 February 1825, Issue 3120 - Gale Document No. Y3200660394
Exeter, Wednesday 2 February
Died - On Wednesday last, at Penton Cottage, Crediton, MISS CATHERINE HEMMETT, aged 37, a native of Ireland.

Thursday 17 February 1825, Issue 3122 - Gale Document No. Y3200660414
Devon - To be Let, by Tender, for a Term of 7 or 14 Years, from Lady-Day 1826, all that Capital Barton and Farm, called Uton Barton, with Cottages for Labourers. Now in the occupation of MR SAMUEL TREMLETT, situate in the parish and about 1 mile from the market town of Crediton, containing 250 acres of rich meadow, pasture, arable, and orchard Lands, (be the same more or less.) Sealed Tenders to be given in (free of postage) to Edwd. Osmond, of Newton St. Cyres, on or before the 25th of March next. For viewing the estate, apply to Mr Marles, Carpenter, Uton Village. Good Security must be given for Payment of the Rent. Dated Newton St. Cyres, Feb. 2, 1825.

Thursday 12 May 1825, Issue 3134 - Gale Document No. Y3200660592
Exeter, Wednesday 11 May
Married - At Crediton this morning, by the Rev. Edward Rudall, GEORGE TANNER, Esq. solicitor, to MISS MARY PIDSLEY, both of that place.

Thursday 4 August 1825, Issue 3146 - Gale Document No. Y3200660773
Exeter, Wednesday 3 August
Died - On the 13th ult. at Verdun Sur Meure (France), of typhus fever, after nine days illness, Lieut. WILLIAM RUDALL, R.N. son of the Rev. John Rudall, vicar of Crediton.

Thursday 1 September 1825, Issue 3150 - Gale Document No. Y3200660824
Strayed, from a Field belonging to ROBERT HODGE, Crediton, on the 24th of this instant, Four Ewes and Two Lambs, marked with Red on the rump; the Lambs have been lately shorn. Whoever will inform the said R. Hodge where they are to be found shall be handsomely rewarded. Crediton, August 30th, 1825.

Thursday 22 September 1825, Issue 3153 - Gale Document No. Y3200660870
Crediton - To be Sold in Fee, by Private Contract, an Old-Established Inn, called the Red Lion, With the Extensive Courtlage, Stables, and Out-buildings thereto belonging; situate in the Back Lane, in the town of Crediton, now occupied by MR MCLEAN.
To view the premises, apply to the Tenant; and for further particulars, and to treat for the purchase, to Mr Tanner, Attorney, Crediton. Dated September 20th, 1825.

Thursday 29 September 1825, Issue 3154 - Gale Document No. Y3200660884
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in Fee, by Private Contract, all that Commodious and Old-established Inn, called The Half Moon, situate near the centre of the market-place, in the town of Crediton; consisting of a bar, 3 parlours, 6 best bed-rooms, with closets adjoining, 2 good kitchens, a brew and bake house, an excellent underground cellar, with an extensive Courtlage, 5 large stables, and all other convenient offices and out-buildings, and a garden containing about an acre, now in the occupation of MR WM. MILTON, as tenant. The Premises are most eligibly situated for business, and early possession thereof may be had. To view the Property apply to the Tenant, and for further particulars, and to treat for the purchase to Mr Saunders, Confectioner, (near the New London Inn,) Exeter; to Mr John Roberts, Maltster, Crediton, or to Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 28th September 1825.

Thursday 6 October 1825, Issue 3155 - Gale Document No. Y3200660898
Crediton - To be Sold by Auction, at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Tuesday the 25th day of October next, at Five o'Clock in the Afternoon, the Fee-Simple and inheritance of:
Lot 1. An excellent Family House, with all convenient Offices, a good Stable, Courtlage, and Two Walled Gardens, belonging thereto; situate in the West Town of Crediton aforesaid, and now in the occupation of CAPTAIN MANLEY, as Yearly Tenant thereof.
Lot 2. Five Cottages, with a small Walled Garden, adjoining the last Lot, in the several occupations of BETTY BRAGG, and others, as Yearly Tenants.
For further particulars, apply (if by letter, free of postage) to Mr Pring, Attorney at Law, Crediton.
N.B. There is a good Grammar School in the Town, a Coach passes through it, daily, to and from Exeter, and the Property is eligibly situated for Building. October 1st, 1825.

Thursday 10 November 1825, Issue 3160 - Gale Document No. Y3200660991
Exeter, Wednesday 9 November
Died - On Monday se'nnight, at Crediton, RICH. DAVIS PRICKMAN, the infant son of MR THOMAS PRICKMAN, of that place.

Thursday 15 December 1825, Issue 3163 - Gale Document No. Y3200661066
Crediton, Devon - To be Sold, either Together or in Lots, 18 Freehold Dwelling Houses, Garden, and Orchard situate in the East Town of Crediton, and now in the possession of JAMES WESTAWAY and others. For which purpose, an Auction will be held at the Ring of Bells Inn, in the Town of Crediton, on Monday the 26th day of December last, precisely at five o'clock. For viewing the same, apply to Mr Benjamin Luxmoore, the Proprietor; and for further particulars, to Mr Cross, Solicitor, Crediton.
Dated 3rd December 1825.

Thursday 19 January 1826, Issue 3169 - Gale Document No. Y3200661164
Exeter, Wednesday 18 January
Married - Lately, at St James' Church, Bristol, Mr Philip Stone, tea-dealer and grocer, Broadmead, son of MR PHILIP STONE, of Crediton, to Eliza Jane, second daughter of E. Russell, Esq. Montpelier.

Thursday 9 March 1826, Issue 3175 - Gale Document No. Y3200661275
Whereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued forth against FRANCIS SHUTE and STEPHEN SHUTE, both of Crediton, in the County of Devon, Woolen Manufacturers, Dealers and Chapman, Partners; and they being declared Bankrupts, are hereby acquired to surrender themselves to the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or the major part of them, on the eleventh and twenty-seventh days of March instant, and on the fifteenth day of April next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of each of the said days, at the Old London Inn, in Exeter, and make a full discovery and disclosure of their Estates 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 Bankrupts are required to finish their examinations, and the Creditors are to assent to or dissent from the allowance of their Certificates. All persons indebted to the said Bankrupts, or that have any of their Effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to whom the Commissioners shall appoint, but give Notice to Messrs. Addington, Gregory and Faulkner, Bedford Row, London; or to Mr Wm. John, Solicitor, Crediton.

Thursday 16 March 1826, Issue 3176 - Gale Document No. Y3200661294
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by Auction at the Ship Inn, Crediton, on Monday, the 17th day of April next, at four o'clock in the afternoon, the Fee-Simple and Inheritance of the following Premises, Viz:-
Lot 1. The late Residence of GEORGE SHUTE, Esquire, deceased, commodiously adapted for carrying on the Woollen Trade, or for a private family, situate in Broad-street, Crediton, with the walled garden, stables, an sizing house, with spacious lofts over the same, chain linhay, and roomy warehouses adjoining.
The Dwelling-House, which is modern and substantially built, contains a breakfast parlour, dining and drawing-rooms of good dimensions, kitchen, dairy, all requisite domestic offices, and eight good bed-rooms.
The building, comprising the warehouse fronting the street, may be easily converted into a good dwelling-house.
Lot 2. A convenient Mansion, situate also in the Broad-Street, in the occupation of MR JOHN, Solicitor; comprising a dining parlour and drawing room, kitchen, domestic offices, and five bed-rooms, with the walled garden and stable belonging to the same.
Lot 3. A very rich close of Pasture Land, situate near the Broad-Street, called the Bell Field, with the orchard and capital walled garden adjoining, cropped with the choicest fruit trees in full bearing, and containing together two acres, more or less.
Lot 4. A most productive Orchard, near the Porch Court, in the West Town of Crediton, lately two orchards, with the stables, pound-house, and large cellar thereon, containing together two acres and three quarters, more or less.
Lot 5. Two Dwelling-Houses adjoining, with the out-houses and garden, in the occupation of MESSRS BURDGE and DART, as tenants from year to year, situate at the western end of Broad-Street.
Lot 6. A newly erected Stone Building, situate close to the western end of Broad-Street, lately used as a Woolen Factory; comprising three floors and loft extending over the same, with a good malt-house adjoining.
Lot 7. Two capital adjoining Closes of Land, situate immediately behind Lot 1., containing together 10 acres, more or less, called the Park Hills, with the Barn thereon.
This Lot is held for the remainder of a term of 99 years, determinable on the death of a healthy life, now 41.
The purchasers of Lot 1, 3, 4, 6, and 7, may have possession on payment of their purchase money.
To view the premises, and for further particulars, application may be made, (if by letter, post-paid) to Mr Smith, Attorney at Law, Crediton. March 10, 1826.

Thursday 27 April 1826, Issue 3181 - Gale Document No. Y3200661385
Ran Away, on the 19th instant, from his Master, John Dart, chimney-sweeper, Teignmouth, his apprentice JOHN FROST, about 15 years of age, stout made, rather short, black eyes, and marked with the small pox; wore away a brown coat, blue trowsers, and cloth cap; he came from Crediton. Whoever will detain the said apprentice, and give Notice to his Master, shall receive One Pound Reward, and whoever employs him after this notice will be prosecuted.

Thursday 27 April 1826, Issue 3181 - Gale Document No. Y3200661397
Exeter, Wednesday 26 April
Married - At Crediton on Thursday last, by the Rev. John Russell, MR SKINNER, of Hollocombe, yeoman, to MISS MELHUISH, daughter of MRS BROOKS, widow, by a former marriage, both of Crediton.

Married - In this City, on Monday 1st , LIEUTENANT WILLIAM HAYDON, to MISS HARRIET HARDING, both of Crediton.

Thursday 4 May 1826, Issue 3181 - Gale Document No. Y3200661401
Crediton - To be Sold by Auction, at the Angel Inn, Crediton, on Thursday the first day of June next, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, either in the following Lots or as may be agreed upon at the time of Sale, the fee-simple and inheritance of the undermentioned Dwelling Houses, and Premises:
Lot 1. All that Dwelling House, with the Outhouses thereto belonging, situate on Bowden Hill in the West Town of Crediton, in the occupation of MR JAMES YOULTON.
Lot 2. Two Dwelling Houses with the Gardens and Outhouses belonging to the same, adjoining Lot 1, in the occupation of W3IDOW BUTTON and JAMES PIKE.
Lot 3. Two Dwelling Houses with their respective Gardens and Outhouses, adjoining Lot 2 in the occupation of MESSRS ELSTON and THOMAS.
Lot 4. A Large Garden situate immediately behind the above Lots, in the occupation of MR THOMAS PALMER.
Lot 5. Nine good Cottages, with Gardens attached to each, situate in Spinning Path in the West Town of Crediton aforesaid, in the occupation of MESSRS BODY, PITTS, VOWLER, and others.
This Lot is held for the residue of a Term of 99 Years determinable on the death of the survivor of three healthy lives aged respectively 31, 35, and 38.
For viewing the premises apply to the respective Tenants, and for further particulars to Mr William Jones, Attorney at Law, Crediton. Dated Crediton, May 1st 1826.

Thursday 11 May 1826, Issue 3183 - Gale Document No. Y3200661420
Crediton, Devon - To be Sold by Auction, by James Thomas, on Tuesday the 23rd day of May instant, and following days, All the Live and Dead Stock, Valuable Furniture, &c. of the late GEORGE SHUTE, Esq.;
Comprising 1 cow; 2 draught horses with their harness; 1 hackney horse; 1 cart; part of a rick of hay; winnowing machine, and chaff cutter, with 4 knives; 3 hackney saddles and b riddles; 12 hogsheads of prime cider and cask; 10 empty pipes and 4 hogsheads; lot of jibs; corn chests; garden roller; water casks; with various Implements in Husbandry.
The Household Furniture consists of four post and other bedsteads, with moreen and chintz furniture, and window curtains to correspond; hair and straw mattresses; best seasoned feather beds, bolsters and pillows; counterpanes, quilts and blankets; mahogany wardrobes and 5 chests of drawers; dressing tables, wash-hand stands, and receptacles; 2 easy chairs; 2 sets of mahogany dining tables; Pembroke, tea, and card tables; handsome mahogany side-boards; cellaret; 1 dozen of mahogany chairs, with hair seats; 1 dozen can bottom ditto, with cushions; sofa and covering; 1 dozen rush-bottom chairs; Brussels and Kidderminster carpets, and hearth rugs; stair carpeting and brass rods; painted floor cloth; pier and swing glasses; 2 mirrors; china, glass, and earthenware; tea and coffee-urns; fender and fire irons; 4 dozen knives and forks, with ivory handles; tea trays; plated bread basket; candlestick, snuffers, and stands; eight day clock in mahogany case; copper coal scuttle; warming pan; boilers, saucepans and a general assortment of kitchen requisites; with various other articles.
N.B. The Live Stock, Implements in Husbandry, &c. will be Sold the first Day's Sale, and the Household Furniture, the second Day. The sale to begin precisely by One o'Clock each Day. Crediton, May 1st , 1826.

Crediton
Worsted Machinery, &c.
To be Sold by Auction, (Duty Free) by order of the Assignees of the Estate of FRANCIS SHUTE and STEPHEN SHUTE, Bankrupts, on Tuesday the 30th day of May instant, by James Thomas, all the Machinery, and Other Effects of the said Bankrupts;
Consisting of fifteen spinning frames; seven preparing ditto; three copper furnaces; two iron ditto; the twisting mill; one copper washing pan; a quantity of spinning, drawing and roving bobbins; seven pair of coombs; sundry small and large baskets; strainers and quadrants; wide and narrow looms; warping bars; two sets of scales and weights; soap boxes; sorting boards; wool cloths; lot of poles to dry wool; teakle and rope; a large quantity of sleas and harnesses; lot of teazles; cask of brimstone; ditto of sulfers earth, ditto of Gallipoll, lamp and southern oils.
Also, Sundry Articles of Household Furniture, &c.
Comprising two bedsteads; feather bed, bolster and pillow; mahogany wash-hand stand and dressing table, looking glass and chairs, clock and case; tables and kitchen furniture; three large convenient writing desks; book case and shelves; one large wagon, one Kerry, and two carts; lot of empty casks; lot of ash and other timber; together with sundry other articles.
The whole will be sold without reserve; and may be seen any day previous to the sale by applying to Mr Wm. John, Attorney at Law, Crediton, who will direct a person to shew the same. The Sale will commence precisely by twelve o'clock.
Dated Crediton, May 5, 1826.

Thursday 11 May 1826, Issue 3183 - Gale Document No. Y3200661430
Plymouth - On Wednesday afternoon a poor man was observed to throw himself into the sea under the Hoe, with his clothes on. The alarm being given several quarrymen rushed to the spot and succeeded in rescuing him from drowning, when nearly at his last gasp. His name is HUMPHRY BOUNDY, a native of Crediton, he had left his family in the neighbourhood of Liskeard in great distress, and had come to a resolution of putting an end to his existence.

Thursday 18 May 1826, Issue 3184 - Gale Document No. Y3200661449
Exeter, Wednesday 17 May
Married - On Tuesday last, at Crediton, by the Rev. John Russell, Mr J. H. Langworthy, of London, to CHARLOTTE, daughter of MR WILLIAM DRAKE, of Crediton.

Thursday 30 November 1826, Issue 3208 - Gale Document No. Y3200661896
Crediton - To be Sold in Fee by Private Contract, or Let for a Term of Years, with Immediate Possession, a very commodious Dwelling-House, with a Malt-House, and Three Cottages adjoining, situate in the centre and near the Market-Place of the town of Crediton, lately occupied by MR OCOCK, Maltster, and others.
The house is well adapted for a Maltster, Shopkeepers, or a Private Family, and will be Sold or Let either with or without the Malt-House and Cottages. To view the Premises, apply to Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton, and for further Particulars, and to treat for the same, either to him or to Messrs. Cross and Bond, Solicitors, Crediton. Dated 16th November 1826.

Thursday 7 December 1826, Issue 3209 - Gale Document No. Y3200661919
Ran Away, on the 8th ult., from MR THOMAS, Carpenter and Joiner, of Crediton, ROBERT BURRIDGE, aged 20, about 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high, with a mark on the left temple, and light hair, wore away a light fustian jacket, light waistcoat and cord trowsers; whoever harbours or employs the said lawful apprentice after this public notice will be prosecuted according to law.
Crediton, 5th December.

Thursday 11 January 1827, Issue 3212 - Gale Document No. Y3200662004
Exeter, Wednesday 10 January
Died - Suddenly, at Crediton, on Sunday last, MR JOHN DAWE, of that place, roper, aged 60; he dropped down whilst on his way to the Church - he was a man of strict integrity, and is deeply regretted by all who knew him.

Thursday 22 March 1827, Issue 3220 - Gale Document No. Y3200662172
Crediton - To be Let, for a Term of Seven Years, from Michaelmas next, all those Closes of Arable and Pasture Land, with the Orchard thereto belonging and adjoining, containing together about eleven acres (more or less) called Chidden Brooke, situate in the Parish, and a short distance from the West Town of Crediton, and now in the occupation of MR JOHN SKINNER, as tenant thereof. For which purpose a Survey will be held at the London Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 2nd day of April next, at five o'clock in the afternoon. For viewing the Premises, and for further particulars, apply to Mr Pring, Attorney at Law, Fordton-House, Crediton. This will be advertised but once. 15th March, 1827.

Thursday 26 April 1827, Issue 3225 - Gale Document No. Y3200662260
Exeter, Wednesday 25 April
Died - On Sunday last, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, LUCY WEBBER, wife of MR JAMES FRANCIS, of Crediton, aged 49. She was a truly amiable and good woman, and her loss will be long felt by a numerous circle of relatives and acquaintance.

Thursday 28 June 1827, Issue 3234 - Gale Document No. Y3200662414
Exeter, Wednesday 27 June
Married - Yesterday, at Crediton, by the Lord Bishop of Exeter, the Rev. Henry Strangways, Rector of Rewe, third son of the Hon. and Rev. Charles Redlynch Strangways, of Maiden Newton, in the county of Dorset, to Hester Eleanora, sixth daughter of James Buller, Esq. of Downes.

Thursday 19 July 1827, Issue 3235 - Gale Document No. Y3200662464
Exeter, Wednesday 18 July
Married - On Thursday the 12th instant, at Crediton, by the Rev. Charles Gregory, MR MEDLAND, to ELIZABETH FRANCES, eldest daughter of the late MR JAMES MELHUISH.

Thursday 6 September 1827, Issue 3241 - Gale Document No. Y3200662574
Exeter, Wednesday 5 September
Married - Yesterday, at Crediton, by the Rev. Charles Gregory, Mr Snell, of Launceston, tanner, to MISS MOGRIDGE, of Crediton.

Died - Friday last, at Crediton, after a long illness, aged 72, MRS ELIZABETH KERSLAKE , widow of Mr Kerslake, formerly of the Royal Oak public-house, in that town.

Thursday 1 November 1827, Issue 3247 - Gale Document No. Y3200662699
The Horse and Jockey Inn, in Crediton
To be sold, the Fee-Simple and inheritance of all that Old-Established Inn, called the Horse and Jockey, situate near the town of Crediton, and adjoining the Turnpike-Road leading from Exeter to the North and West parts of the county of Devon, and now in the occupation of MR NATHANIEL PROCTER.
Also the Fee of Five Cottages, adjoining, in the occupation of MR MURCH, and others.
The Inn is most eligibly situated for business, and is in great repute. For Sale of the above Premises, an Auction will be held at the said Inn, on Wednesday the 14th day of November next, by Five o'Clock in the Afternoon. To view the same apply to Mr John Roberts of Crediton, and for further particulars either to him; to Mr Saunders, Confectioner, near the New London Inn, Exeter; or to Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 22nd October, 1827.

Thursday 10 April 1828, Issue 3269 - Gale Document No. Y3200663147
Exeter, Wednesday 9 April
Died - On Saturday last, at Crediton, MR THOMAS ROBERTS, of that place, sadler, aged 39.

Thursday 12 June 1828, Issue 3278 - Gale Document No. Y3200663307
Crediton, Devon - To be Let, for a Term of 14 Years from Lady-Day next, all that the capital Barton of Westacott, With Part of Trowbridge Estate; Comprising a good Farm House, Granary, all requisite out-buildings, and 267 Acres (more or less) of excellent Orchard, Meadow, Pasture and Arable Land, situate in the Parish of Crediton; only two miles from the town, and seven from Exeter, and now in the occupation of MR JOSEPH LAMACRAFT. For which purpose a Survey will be held at the Globe Inn, in Crediton, on Monday, the 23rd day of June next, precisely at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The Estate may be viewed on application at Trowbridge House, and further particulars known of Mr John Yarde, Solicitor, Crediton.

Thursday 15 January 1829, Issue 3303 - Gale Document No. Y3200663776
Ran Away from his Master, MR THOS. BROOK, of the Parish of Crediton, on the 15th of December last, WILLIAM WRIGHT, his Apprentice, 20 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, set grown, dark hair and eyes. Whoever harbours or employs him after this public notice, will be prosecuted as the law directs.

Thursday 22 January 1829, Issue 3304 - Gale Document No. Y3200663798
Exeter, Wednesday 21 January
Married - On Thursday last, at Ide, by the Rev. Nathaniel Cole, Mr W. Northcott, eldest son of Mr W. Northcott, of Bridford Barton, to HARRIET, third daughter of MR G. MORTIMER, late of Crediton.

Thursday 5 March 1829, Issue 3309 - Gale Document No. Y3200663876
Exeter, Wednesday 4 March
Married - At Thorverton, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Beachum, MR W. BERRY, builder, of Crediton, to Susan Thomas, eldest daughter of Wm. Niner, Esq. of the former place.

Married - On Monday last, at Crediton, MR JOSEPH THOMAS, to MISS A TOWNSEND.

Thursday 23 April 1829, Issue 3316 - Gale Document No. Y3200663960
Exeter, Wednesday 22 April
Married - Monday, at Crediton, by the Rev. Charles Gregory, the Rev. Matthew Vicars, Rector of Allhallows, Goldsmith-street, in this city, to ANN, second daughter of JAMES ROBERTS, Esq. of the former place.

Thursday 9 July 1829, Issue 3327 - Gale Document No. Y3200664139
King's Arms Inn, Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in Fee-Simple, all that Convenient and Well-Accustomed Public-House, called The King's Arms Inn, situate in the town of Crediton, and now in the occupation of MR WILLIAM BUDDY , as Tenant thereof. Also, a Dwelling House adjoining, in possession of MR RICHARD BAILEY.
For which purpose, an Auction will be held, on the Premises, on Wednesday the 29th day of July instant, precisely at Six o'Clock in the Afternoon. The Premises, (which will be Sold either together or in separate Lots,) may be viewed, and other Particulars known, on application to Messrs. Cross and Bond, Solicitors, Crediton. Dated 4th July 1829.

Thursday 15 October 1829, Issue 3339 - Gale Document No. Y3200664351
Exeter, Wednesday 14 October
Died - Friday last, at Crediton, in the 71st year of his age, after a long and painful illness, which he bore with Christian resignation, HENRY ROWE, Esq.; in him the poor have lost a sincere friend and generous benefactor.

Thursday 29 October 1829, Issue 3341 - Gale Document No. Y3200664367
About 2 o'clock in the afternoon of Saturday last, as J. SMITH, Esq. solicitor, of Crediton, accompanied by two sons and a daughter, were returning from the Devon Sessions, in a phaeton, in descending the hill by Elm Field House into the Crediton road, the horse became irritated, supposed from the tightness of the breeching, & running violently down, turned the corner with such velocity as to upset the carriage, its inmates being thrown with considerable force against the opposite bank. Immediate assistance was rendered, and Mr Amory, surgeon, promptly attended from this city; Mr Smith was bruised and the shock received, severe; Miss S. also suffered from bruises, but in neither case was any bone broken, and it is hoped the injuries will not be attended with any bad effect; the sons escaped with slight injury, and the whole were enabled to be taken home in a carriage. After the accident the horse, dragging the phaeton on its side, continued its course, and feeling the weight of the carriage on the level ground soon fell into its regular course of a steady trot, in which state it was stopped near the Red Cow turnpike-gate, without further mischief.

Thursday 3 December 1829, Issue 3346 - Gale Document No. Y3200664438
Exeter, Wednesday 2 December
Died - At Crediton, on Saturday the 28th ult., after a lingering illness, aged 44, DINA, wife of STEPHEN HUGO, Esq. surgeon.

On Saturday, an Inquest was held by James Partridge, Esq. one of the Coroners of this county, on the body of FREDERICK STRONG, of Crediton, aged about eight years, whose death was occasioned by falling on some working tools in his father's workshop (whilst playing with his little brothers), by which his skull was fractured in a most shocking manner, which caused his death. Verdict, Accidental Death.

Monday evening a fire broke out in the premises of MRS BLATCHFORD, of Crediton, roper, whilst her establishment were employed at their work; it is supposed to have originated in the snuff of a candle falling on a large quantity of flax, which instantly catching into a blaze, burnt with great fury. However, from the prompt attention of the two fire-engines, and the unremitted exertions of the fire-men, the devouring element was happily extinguished, but not before it had entirely consumed the work-shop where it commenced.

Thursday 31 December 1829; Issue 3350 - Gale Document No. Y3200664501
Exeter, Wednesday 30 December
This morning, at Crediton, after a lingering illness, MR RICHARD VOYSEY, aged 78, many years a respectable ironmonger in that town.

Thursday 18 February 1830, Issue 3357 - Gale Document No. Y3200664596
Exeter, Wednesday 17 February
Married - On Saturday last, at St David's, by the Rev. J. Mudge, JOHN PIDSLEY, Esq. of Crediton, eldest son of the late Rev. Dr. Pidsley, Rector of Uplowman and Sampford Peverell, and Magistrate for this county, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late John Radcliffe Purnell, Esq. of Brampford Speke.

Thursday 1 April 1830, Issue 3363 - Gale Document No. Y3200664658
Exeter, Wednesday 31 March
Birth - Sunday last, at Crediton, MRS W. BERRY, of a daughter.

Thursday 22 April 1830, Issue 3366 - Gale Document No. Y3200664696
Exeter, Wednesday 21 April
Died - Sunday last, MRS NOSWORTHY, relict of Mr Nosworthy, late of Crediton, surgeon.

Thursday 29 April 1830, Issue 3367 - Gale Document No. Y3200664714
Crediton, Devon - To be Sold, by Auction, at the Royal Oak Inn, in Crediton, on Monday the 3rd day of May next, at the hour of Five o'clock in the afternoon, the Fee Simple and Inheritance of all that Dwelling-House, Shop, and Premises, situate in or near the market-place, in the Town of Crediton, now occupied by MR THOMAS PALMER, Saddler and Harness Maker. The Premises are most advantageously situated for a Shop or Public Business, being in the centre of the Town, and fronting the market-place at Crediton, and immediate possession may be had. To view the same apply to Mr Pickett at the Royal Oak Inn aforesaid; and for further particulars to Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 20th April, 1830.

Thursday 16 September 1830, Issue 3386 - Gale Document No. Y3200664956
Exeter, Wednesday 15 September
Died - On Wednesday last, at Milverton, aged 34 years, after a long and severe illness, borne with perfect resignation to the divine will, SARAH, relict of the late HENRY HOLMAN, Esq. of Crediton.

Thursday 14 October 1830, Issue 3389 - Gale Document No. Y3200664987
Exeter, Wednesday 13 October
Married - At Crediton, by the Rev. John Russell, E. W. Nais, Esq. of Bridgewater, to Georgiana Duins, only daughter of the late Thomas Duins, Eq. surgeon, R.N.

Thursday 2 December 1830, Issue 3396 - Gale Document No. Y3200665075
Two Guineas Reward
Stolen, on Sunday evening the 21st of November, or early on Monday morning the 22nd, from a Field in the parish of Crediton, a Dark Bay Mare, about 13 hands high, 8 years old, having a large star in the forehead, and a white streak down the face, rough mane & short tail, a half-penny cut in the off ear, 2 dark spots 1 each side just before the pins, a large seam in the off shape, and high pinned. The property of MR PHILIP PETHYBRIDGE, of Crediton aforesaid. Whoever will give information so that the above Mare may be restored to the Owner, shall, on conviction of the Offender or Offenders, receive the above Reward and all reasonable Expences allowed them. Crediton, December 1, 1830.

Thursday 17 February 1831, Issue 3407 - Gale Document No. Y3200665212
Capital Freehold Inn, Crediton, Devon
For Sale, in Fee, by Auction, on the Premises, on Thursday, the 3rd day of March next, at five o'clock, all that valuable long-established, and well accustomed Inn and Posting House, called The #Ship; eligibly situated in the centre of the West Town and market-place of Crediton, aforesaid; now, and for many years past, in the occupation of MR STEPHEN SPURR, the proprietor, who is about to decline business from ill health. The House comprises good parlors, spacious assembly and dining-rooms, numerous bed-rooms, bar, kitchen, cellars, and all other necessary domestic offices; and immediately adjoining the House is a large Courtlage, in which there are sheds for carriages, with extensive stabling, and about an acre of productive Garden and Orchard.
The Excise Office and Public Assemblies of the Town are held at this Inn, and in consequence of the recently improved line of road from the North of Devon to Exeter through the Town, the business of it has much improved of late. The Horses and Carriages must be taken by the Purchaser at a Valuation, and early possession can be given. May be viewed on any day previous to the Sale, and further information obtained on application, personally or by letter, to Mr Pring, Attorney at Law, Crediton.
15th February, 1831.

Thursday 21 April 1831, Issue 3415 - Gale Document No. Y3200665278
Exeter, Wednesday 20 April
Died - On Saturday last, at Crediton, MR STEPHEN SPURR, many years Post-master and Landlord of the Ship Inn of that town.

Thursday 2 June 1831, Issue 3421 - Gale Document No. Y3200665349
Notice - All Persona having any Claim or Demand on the Estate and Effects, of Mr STEPHEN SPURR late of Crediton, in the County of Devon, Innkeeper, deceased, are requested to transmit the particulars thereof to Mr Giles Edwards and Mr William Searle, of Crediton aforesaid, the Executors in Trust named in the Will of the deceased, and all Persons indebted to the said Estate are requested forthwith to pay the amount thereof to the said Executors. Crediton, May 30th, 1831.

Thursday 6 December 1832, Issue 3500 - Gale Document No. Y3200665855
Exeter, Wednesday 5 December
Married - At Crediton, on Monday last, by the Rev. John Russell, John, eldest son of Edward Leach, Esq. of Bishopsleigh Morchard, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of the late Mr Richard Lee, and niece of Francis Lee, Esq., of Stockey Down, in this county.

Married - Yesterday, at Crediton, by the Rev. C. Gregory, Mr E. T. WARD, to MISS S. KINGDON, both of the same place.

Thursday 17 January 1833, Issue 3506 - Gale Document No. Y3200665940
Castle of Exeter, Friday
Before H. L. Toll, Esq. Chairman; G. Truscott, A. Stowey, Esqrs; and Rev. H. Strangways, Justices.
HAYDON v. HAYDON - This was a case which had excited much itne3rest, and many persons were present for the purpose of hearing it. The complainant is an aged female, widow of the late MR NATHANIEL HAYDON, of Crediton; and the defendant, Mr WM. HAYDON, of the same place, her step-son, and for whom Mr Pring, solicitor, Crediton appeared. The charge was an assault on the previous Sunday, at Newton St. Cyres, and arising out of the following circumstances:- At the death of Mr Nathaniel Haydon, he bequeathed to SUSANNA, his wife, the house in which they had resided at Crediton, together with all the furniture it contained; part of a garden, hot-house &c., for her use during her life; the furniture &c. being to be made use of only on these premises; and at her death, the whole to descend to Mr Wm. Haydon, his son by a former marriage, his heirs, executors, &c. For the purpose of this will being duly observed, at the death of Mr Nathaniel Haydon, an inventory was taken, and it was upon this document, and his father's will, that Mr Wm. Haydon rested his defence. Having had reason to believe that the house was despoiling of the goods, he received information in the forenoon of Sunday, the 5th instant, that his mother-in-law, who had gone to reside in Exeter, had returned to Crediton, and taken off in a car, sundry articles of furniture, which his father's will expressly provided should be used by her only on the premises in Crediton, and which he looked upon to be his property. Taking, therefore, legal advice, he, accompanied by a peace-officer, set out in pursuit, and overtook the car at Newton St. Cyres. He demanded that the articles should be delivered up for the purpose of being replaced in the dwelling-house at Crediton. This she refused and when the officer proceeded to perform his duty by taking it, she most manfully resisted. This, in a village, and just at church-time, of course made no small stir, and in the struggling a large glass was shattered to atoms. The part, took, which Mr Haydon took in the affair, constituted the assault now complained of. The old lady's plea was, that these things being her's for life, she had a right to their use, and having taken lodgings in Exeter, she was about to remove there thither for her own purposes, and when she returned to Crediton, as she meant to do, these would also accompany her, and be restored to their proper situations in the house: and further, she pleaded, that if there was waste or damage, her executors must be answerable. For the defence, Mr Pring put in the probate of the will, and the inventory, and contended that his client had done nothing more than what he was entitled to do, which was in a lawful manner to obtain possession of property that, was most clearly his own, and the taking off of which by the complainant, bore more the character of a robbery than anything else. This he had endeavoured to effect by means of a peace-officer, and in the quietest way possible; and whatever there might have been otherwise, had arisen out of the complainant's own illegal resistance. Indeed, he was in a situation to show that the house at Crediton had been gutted of furniture to the amount of several hundred pounds, and trusted the Court would think with him, that his client had not over-stepped the mark, or done aught that he was not fully justified in doing.
The Bench held that in their opinion Mr William Haydon had done nothing that he was not justified in doing, that whatever of assault there might have been, had arisen out of the complainant's own improper conduct, and therefore dismissed the complaint.

Thursday 28 March 1833, Issue 3516 - Gale Document No. Y3200666092
Notice - Ran Away, from his Master, MR THOS. LEE, of Gunstone, Crediton, on Sunday the 24th instant, of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, dark complexion, marked with the small pox; wore away a blue coat, striped waistcoat and cord trowsers; and carried with him another suit. Whoever harbours or employs the said Apprentice after this Notice, shall be prosecuted according as the Law directs. Dated this 27th of March, 1833, Thomas Lee, Gunstone.

Thursday 12 September 1833, Issue 3540 - Gale Document No. Y3200666518
Crediton - MR READ, Veterinary Surgeon, &c., has a Vacancy for a Young Man, respectably connected, as an Apprentice, who will have every opportunity afforded him of acquiring an intimate knowledge of the Diseases of Horses, Cattle and Sheep. Terms may be known either on application to Mr Read, Crediton; or of Messrs. H. Matthews and Co., Wholesale Druggists, Exeter, personally or by letter post-paid.

Thursday 26 September 1833, Issue 3542 - Gale Document No. Y3200666562
A Coroner's Inquest was held at Crediton, on Monday, on the body of a poor man named JOHN FLOOD, who had long been in a very emaciated condition, and died on Sunday morning, in consequence of having swallowed three parts of an ounce of laudanum on the preceding evening. Verdict - "That his Death was occasioned by his having taken Laudanum to ease him of his pain."

Thursday 26 September 1833, Issue 3542 - Gale Document No. Y3200666560
Exeter, Wednesday 25 September
Died - At Crediton, on the 19th instant, after a lingering illness, of paralysis, WILLIAM MENDS, Esq., aged 46 years, much and deservedly lamented.

Died - At Crediton, on the evening of Monday last, after a long and protracted illness, during which his sufferings have been very severe, MR SAMUEL TREMLETT of that place, gentleman.

Thursday 21 November 1833, Issue 3550 - Gale Document No. Y3200666710
Exeter - Accident to MR YOLLAND - We regret to state that about 10 o'clock this morning, as MR JOHN YOLLAND, of Crediton, was passing down Lower Southernhay-street, in this city, when near the entrance into Magdalene-street, a boy on horseback, at a dangerously rapid pace turned the corner, and the horse striking Mr Yolland on the shoulder, brought him to the ground with so severe a blow on the head, as to cause a concussion of the brain. Mr Arscott, surgeon of this city, happened to be passing, and the sufferer w3as removed to the house of Mr Barrett, chaise-master adjoining, where every attention medical and otherwise has been shown him, and it is hoped that the injury will prove to be of a temporary description.

Thursday 28 November 1833, Issue 3551 - Gale Document No. Y3200666733
MR JOHN YOLLAND - This gentleman, the accident that befell whom, in this city, was stated in our last, was enabled to return to Crediton, and is recovered from the effects of it.

Thursday 20 February 1834, Issue 3563 - Gale Document No. Y3200666929
MR JOHN PENHEY, of Crediton, (the late pupil of Mr S. Hugo,) passed his examination at Apothecaries' Hall, on Thursday the 13th inst., and the Court of Examiners granted him a Certificate of qualification.

Thursday 20 March 1834, Issue 3567 - Gale Document No. Y3200666984
On Thursday the 13th inst., MR GEO. FERRIS WHIDBORNE, of Crediton, and Pupil of St Bartholomew's Hospital; was admitted a Licentiate of the Apothecaries Company, London.

Fire - At Crediton, on Sunday forenoon last, whilst the inhabitants were at Church, they were alarmed by the cry of Fire; a sudden rush to the doors took place, when it was quickly discovered to have occurred at MRS THOMAS'S, baker, in the West Town, from whose furze-house the flames were seen issuing with great fury. The two town engines were quickly on the spot; the Sandford engine and that of the Messrs. Davys, of Fordton, were also soon there. All were worked and directed with good effect by the prompt assistance of able hands for about four hours, when the devouring element which had raged with unabated fury was overcome and arrested in its progress. We are happy to state that it was confined almost to the back premises, viz., the flour room and furze house of Mrs Thomas, and the workshops and back premises of the Messrs. Thomas, builders; the frontage suffering but little. Fortunately the principal timber warehouse of the latter was most miraculously preserved tho' almost surrounded by fire. We are happy to learn that the property is insured.

Thursday 10 April 1834, Issue 3570 - Gale Document No. Y3200667015
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in Fee, (Land-Tax redeemed,) either together or in the following Lots, or in such other manner as may be agreed on at the time of Sale, and upon such Conditions as will be then produced,
Lot 1. All those Six Tenements or Dwelling-Houses in good repair, situate and lying at or near Kiddicott, in the West Town, and Borough of Crediton aforesaid, now in the respective occupations of ANN MANLEY, JOHN MELHUISH, JOHN WHITE, JOHN SCREECH, RICHARD DART, and ROBERT WRIGHT, as Tenants thereof.
Lot 2. All that Garden Plot, ,partly walled, and well filled with good flourishing Fruit Trees; containing about 30 Perches (be the same more or less), of excellent Land, situate at or near Kiddicott aforesaid, now in the occupation of MR E. KERSLAKE, as Tenant thereof.
Lot 3. All that Field or Close of Ground, situate at or near Kiddicott aforesaid, immediately behind Lot 1, containing 2 Acres and three quarters (be the same more or less), of Pasture Land, of the very best description, now in the occupation of MR JAMES COLLINGS, Innkeeper, as Tenant thereof.
For which purpose a Public Auction w3ill be held at the Seven Stars Inn, in Crediton, on Wednesday, the 23rd day of April next, precisely at 6 o'clock in the afternoon. The Premises may be viewed on application to the respective Tenants; and any particulars known by applying to Mr John Fulford; or to Mr Rudall, Attorney at Law, in Crediton aforesaid.

Thursday 29 May 1834, Issue 3579 - Gale Document No. Y3200667118
Crediton, near Exeter - To be Let, by Tender, for a Term of 7 or 14 Years, from Lady Day next, All that Capital Barton and Farm, called Knowle, Situated in the Parish of Crediton, comprising an excellent Farm House, Barns, Stables, Linhays, Pound House, and other convenient Outbuildings, and 165 Acres of prime Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Orchard Land, now tenanted by MR PETER BLAGDON, who will direct a person to shew the same. The incoming tenant will have a right of entry upon 20 Acres of the Arable Land to fallow for What, as well as to enter upon and crop the Eddishes, and will have to discharge the Rates, Taxes, and Tithes, and to keep the Premises n repair, on the usual allowance of rough timber. Fu4rther particulars may be obtained, and Sealed Tenders in writing, stating the utmost clear rent, are to be delivered on or before Friday the 20th day of June next, to Mr Jas. Elliott, Surveyor, Litthempston, near Totnes. N.B. Soon after the person approved of will have notice. All Letters to be post-paid. May 20th, 1834.

Thursday 24 July 1834, Issue 3589 - Gale Document No. Y3200667227
Strayed, about Seven Weeks since, into the Grounds of MR GEO. GREGORY, Park, Crediton, a Dark Bay Nag Pony, about 12 hands high. The Owner may have him again by paying the Expenses. Apply as above. If he is not owned within a few days, he will be Sold to defray the Expenses already incurred. Dated Park, Crediton, 22nd July, 1834.

Thursday 2 October 1834 Issue 3600 - Gale Document No. Y3200667373
Exeter, Wednesday 1 October
Died - At Dublin, on the 18th ult., after a short but most severe illness, sincerely and deeply regretted, MR WILLIAM DAVY, of Gould-square, London, third son of Isaac Davy, Esq., of Fordton, Crediton, aged 26 years.

Thursday 9 October 1834, Issue 3601 - Gale Document No. Y3200667393
Exeter, Wednesday 8 October
Died - Oct. 2nd, aged 67, CHARITY, the wife of MR WILLIAM DRAKE, Winswood Cottage, Crediton.

Thursday 16 October 1834, Issue 3602 - Gale Document No. Y3200667407
Exeter, Wednesday 15 October
Married - On Thursday last, at Crediton, by the Rev. J. Russell, Christopher Arden, Esq., of Northernhay-place, in this city to MARIA, daughter of the late JOHN YARDE, of Trowbridge-house, Esq., in this county.

Thursday 23 October 1834, Issue 3603 - Gale Document No. Y3200667424
Exeter, Wednesday 22 October
Married - On Tuesday last, at Sandford, by the Rev. Hugh Bent, MR ROBERT READ, Veterinary Surgeon, and Chemist, of Crediton, to Emma, the youngest daughter of Mr Wm. Harris, Ruxford Barton, of the former place.

Thursday 4 December 1834, Issue 3609 - Gale Document No. Y3200667502
Shocking Accident - At Beer Mill, in the parish of Crediton, on Thursday the 20th ult., a little girl, aged only 6 years, was employed putting potatoe stalks under the kettle on the fire, and whilst in the act of pushing them in with her foot, her clothes took fire, and burnt her arms and legs in a most shocking manner; she continued, however to exist until Monday last, when death put an end to her sufferings. An inquest was held the same day - verdict, "Accidental Death".

On the morning of Friday last, as Mr I. Davy, of Fordton, accompanied by Mr Pring, in the phaeton of the former gentleman, were on their way to this city, they were overtaken near Downes by a horse and gig belonging to Mr Hugo, surgeon, Crediton, the animal having become restive and ran away; when the vehicles coming in contact, both were shattered; Mr Pinney, who was in that of Mr Hugo, being seriously injured, and Mr Davey and Mr Pring, having a very narrow escape.

Thursday 18 December 1834, Issue 3611 - Gale Document No. Y3200667534
Exeter, Wednesday 17 December
Died - At Crediton, on Friday lat, aged 28, after a short but severe illness, FRANCES STREET, the amiable wife of Mr WM. VOWLER, of that place, builder, much and deservedly lamented by her relatives and a large circle of sorrowing acquaintances and friends.
Same day, SARAH ANN, daughter of MR GEO. KELLAND, of the same place grocer, aged 2 years and 10 months.

Thursday, 25 December 1834, Issue 3612 - Gale Document No. Y3200667548
To J. W. Buller, Esq. M.P.
Sir - We the undersigned Inhabitants of the Town and Parish of Crediton, having seen your address to the Electors of Exeter, stating, "that a Report had been industriously circulated to your Prejudice, that you had expressed an opinion in the House of Commons, that a Rate of Wages very much below the present Scale now paid to the Mechanic and Labourer would be sufficient and ample for their maintenance," beg leave to express our surprise and indignation at the Calumny which has been propagated, as from our own knowledge, we can testify, that you have always paid more than the accustomed rate of Wages to your Labourers, and have to the utmost of your power, endeavoured to ameliorate the condition of the Poor in the Parish.

 

Isaac Davy Elias T. Ward Robert Medland Thomas G. Bond
George Tanner Richard Nickels Thomas Hugo John Berry
John Francis Thomas Strong John Traies Abraham Hicks
Stephen Hugo John Bradley William Burdge George Savage
Edwin Empson William Landen John Coombe John Kerswell
John Francis Robert Cann William Vowler John Bryett
Philip Francis Richard Heard John Gover Henry Matthews
John Snell James Loosemoore Samuel Gover Richard Strong
Abraham Wreyford Thomas Berry William Haydon James Backwell
Abram Norrish William Francis John Skinner James Backwell, jun.
William Amory Charles Gregory William Ward William Blandy
George Kelland Samuel Backwell John Pollard William Milton
William Passmore Jonathan Mickelburgh John Thomas William Bishop
William Searle Giles Hamlin John Lane John Risdon
William Tozer Richard Challice John Gregory James Collings
John Rudall John Lee James Ewings Samuel Hall
Samuel Brown Edward Adams Thomas Lee Samuel Hall, jun.
Thomas Pring George Newman Francis Rudall James Gover, jun.
Herman B. Helman John Holmes Thomas Madge John Harris
William Madge George Webber Giles Welsford John Dart
John Fulford Richard Browne Thomas Dawe Richard Vigars
John Madge Richard Browne, jun. Samuel Browne Thomas E. Jones
Peter Blagdon Joseph Lamacraft Thomas Lee John Johns
William Drake Peter Tucker William Couldridge John Nickels
John Drake John Yarde John Cockram James Wollacott
John Mann Joseph Ward William Snow Benjamin Cleave
John Berry Thomas Sanders John Skinner William Kerswell
Robert Buckingham William Browne James Veysey Benjamin Luxmoore, jun
William Barker William Anstey Edward Marchant Giles Welsford, jun.
William Drake, jun. Michael Rice Giles Edwards Robert Norris
James Thomas Henry James John Bicknell William Wippell
John Russell William Manning John Cleave William Hector
John Smith John Vicary John Lee Philip Borne
Edward Yarde Richard Milton John E. Adams Joseph Baker
Charles Finch Edward Browne John Yolland John Summer
Benjamin Luxmoore William White William A. Heard John Luxmoore
John Hall James Burrington James Cleave Abraham Coles
Richard Coombe William Boddy Robert Read John Shepherd
Thomas Ward James Milton William Hewings John Burrington
John Channon James Berry John Holcombe James Clave, jun.
James Lee William Bryett Francis Lee John Harris
Thomas Browne J. Sanders James Lee John Lattaney
Francis Lee William Lattaney Thomas Davie John Vigers
William Pearse William Underhill Richard Davis John Furzeman
Thomas Reynolds, jun. James Roberts Stephen Spurr William Amery, jun.
William Brook John Cleave Richard Whitborne William Nickels
George Guppey Philip Mogridge Philip Pethbridge Edward Mogridge
Richard Saunders William James John Harvey John Webber
Crediton, Dec. 20th, 1834.      

 


Thursday, 29 January 1835, Issue 3617 - Gale Document No. Y3200667612
The Creditors of JOHN ROBERTS, late of Crediton, in the County of Devon, Maltster, an Insolent Debtor, (being a person of unsound mind, and lately a Prisoner in the Gaol of Saint Thomas the Apostle, in the said County of Devon,) are requested to meet at the Office of Mr George Tanner, Solicitor, in Crediton aforesaid, on Saturday, the Fourteenth day of February next, by 12 o'clock at Noon, to approve and determine in what manner, and at what place or places, the real Estate of the said Insolvent shall be Sold and disposed of. Dated January 27th, 1835.
George Tanner, Crediton, Solicitor to the Assignees of the said Insolvent.

Thursday 19 February 1835, Issue 3620 - Gale Document No. Y3200667656
Exeter, Wednesday 18 February
Married - February 13, at Crediton, by the Rev. John Russell, E. YARDE, Esq., surgeon to ISABELLA, daughter of PHILIP FRANCIS, Esq., of the same place.

Thursday 19 March 1835, Issue 3624 - Gale Document No. Y3200667697
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by Public Auction, by Mr James Thomas, Auctioneer, at the Horse and Jockey Inn, in Crediton aforesaid, on Wednesday the First day of April next, at the hour of Four in the afternoon, (by order of the Assignees of JOHN ROBERTS, an Insolvent Debtor, and subject to such conditions as will be then produced,) the Fee-Simple and Inheritance of the undermentioned desirable Dwelling Houses, Malt House, Cottages, Gardens, Orchards, and Premises, situate at or near the Horse and Jockey in Crediton aforesaid, in the following, or such other Lots as shall be determined on at the Auction, viz.
Lot 1. All that convenient Dwelling House now occupied by MR DAW, Saddler, with the Malt House, Cellars, Stable, and Garden adjoining, and the Northern part of the Courtlage now marked off with stakes, lately in the possession of the said Insolent.
Lot 2. All that Dwelling House with the Pound House, Cellar, Dairy, the remaining part of the Courtlage, two Gardens, and an Orchard, also lately occupied by the said Insolvent.
Lot 3. All those Cottages, or Tenements, situate at or near Bisgoods Corner, with the Barn, Courtlage, Gardens, and an Orchard adjoining, (late Lane's Orchard, containing about one Acre,) now in the possession of various Tenants.
The Malt House is conserved one of the best and most convenient in the County; it is capable of wetting 170 Bushels of Barley at a time; the situation is particularly eligible; the Business of a Maltster has been carried on, on the premises for upwards of 50 years past, an early possession can be given. To view the Property, apply at the office of Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton, where a plan of the proposed Lots may be seen, and any further particulars known. Crediton, March 9th, 1835.

Thursday 26 March 1835, Issue 3625 - Gale Document No. Y3200667708
Devon Assizes
THOMAS v. THOMAS - The rest of the day was devoted to the cause Thomas v. Thomas, brought to try the right of the plaintiff to have a certain drain opened, which had been stopped up by the defendant. The parties who are inhabitants of Crediton, are related, the plaintiff being the widow of the defendant's brother. They occupy property adjoining each other, and the subject matter in dispute was of very little value apparently. There was a "drain way" between the two, into which the eaves' droppings from either premises were poured. The defendant having rebuilt his premises, in consequence of the recent fire at Crediton, ran his wall along the line of the drainway close upon that of the plaintiff - having exceeded his space to the extent of a foot, and built over the entrance to the drain in question. Plaintiff's case was conducted by Mr Barstow, and Mr Butt - Defendant's by Mr Earle, and Mr Crowder. The jury found for the Plaintiff, with leave for Defendants to move to enter a non-suit upon some points reserved.

Thursday 16 April 1835, Issue 3630 - Gale Document No. Y3200667750
Crediton, Near the Market Place
To be sold in Fee, by Auction, at the Angel Inn, in Crediton, on Wednesday the 22nd day of April next, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, all those Two Shops, situate on the Eastern side of and contiguous to the Ship Inn, in the West Town of Crediton, now in the occupation of MR JOHN NICKELLS and MR PETHYBRIDGE. With the Garden and Orchard behind the same, recently occupied by MRS SPURR, being part of Premises formerly known by the name of the Blue Anchor. The situation of this Property is exceedingly desirable for a good House and Shop, being in the centre of the Market Place of Crediton. To view the Premises, apply to Mr Wm. Vowler, Auctioneer; and for further particulars to Mr Pring, Solicitor, Crediton. April 14th, 1835.

Thursday 7 May 1835, Issue 3633 - Gale Document No. Y3200667795
Exeter, Wednesday 6 May
Died - At Crediton, on Friday last, MR JAMES POLLARD, of that place, ironmonger, aged 62, after a long and severe illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude, leaving a numerous family of orphan children to lament their loss.

Thursday 28 May 1835, Issue 3636 - Gale Document No. Y3200667830
Exeter, Wednesday 27 May
Died - At Crediton, on Friday the 22nd instant, MRS ELIZABETH MENDS, aged 76 years, whose memory will long be cherished by a large circle of relatives and friends.

Thursday 11 June 1835, Issue 3638 - Gale Document No. Y3200667859
Crediton - To be Sold, by Order of the Assignees of MR JOHN ROBERTS, an Insolvent Debtor, either together or in such Lots as shall be determined on at the time of Sale, the Fee-Simple and Inheritance of all that commodious and well-accustomed Inn, called The Horse and Jockey, situate at a place called the Horse and Jockey, adjoining the Town of Crediton, now in the possession of MR NATHANIEL PROCTOR; together with Five Cottages adjacent, now occupied by MR ROBERTS, GEORGE PROSSER, JAMES MURCH, and ROBERT COLLINS.
The situation of the Inn is very desirable, as it combines the advantages arising from the custom of the Town with that of Travellers frequenting the North and West parts of the County, and it therefore offers an eligible opportunity to Persons desirous of purchasing a profitable concern. Possession of the Inn will be given at Christmas 1836, and of the Cottages before that time if required.
For Sale whereof, a Public Auction will be held on the Premises, (by Mr James Thomas, Auctioneer), on Tuesday the 30th day of June inst. at the hour of Five in the Evening. The Property may be viewed by permission of the Tenants, and further particulars known of Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated June 1st, 1835.

Thursday 23 July 1835, Issue 3644 - Gale Document No. Y3200667942
Exeter, Wednesday 22 July
Died - At Crediton, on the 13th instant, at the advanced age of 101 years, SARAH LOVELL, widow, who up to a very recent period retained the full possession of her faculties.

Thursday 6 August 1835, Issue 3646 - Gale Document No. Y3200667972
Exeter, Wednesday 5 August
Died - July 11, aged 38, at the house of Mr Gaskin, Northfield, MR JOHN TRAIES, of Birmingham, a native of Crediton, in this county, who for integrity of conduct domestic and public, kindness to the poor and destitute, will be long remembered by all who knew him.

Died - July 31, at Crediton, after a lingering illness, which she sustained with the patience and resignation of a Christian,
JANE, wife of MR GEORGE DAVEY, of Coleford, and youngest daughter of MR PHILIP STONE, of the former place, aged 23 years.

Thursday 6 August 1835, Issue 3646 - Gale Document No. Y3200667976
Devon Assizes - Thursday
This morning Mr Justice Coleridge took his seat at 9 o'clock, when WILLIAM DART, 60, who can read, was arraigned on a charge of having on the 12th day of May last, at a place called Woodland Down, in the parish of Crediton, maliciously set fire to his dwelling-house and premises, with intent to defraud and injure the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company. To which in a firm voice the old man pleaded not guilty. For the prosecution appeared Mr Kekewich, and Mr Elliott. Attorney, Mr T. E. Drake, Exeter. For the defence, was Mr Cockburn, - Attorney, Mr M. W. Harvey, Moretonhampstead. The case had excited great interest and the Court was crowded to excess. Mr Kekewich called:
AMUEL MADGE, a boy, who said, I'm an apprentice to Mr Ward at Crediton: I remember the 12th of May last; on that day I was at work in a field of my master's, Ford and Morrish were at work in the same field with me. I know the prisoner Dart, and knew where he then lived: his house was from 25 to 30 land yards from the field in which I was at work. At 12 o'clock on that day I turned out the horses, I then passed by and saw that the back door of Dart's barn was shut: the barn adjoined his dwelling-house. I returned to this field again to work with Morrish and Ford in the afternoon, and about 3 o'clock saw a fire at Dart's house. Ford and Morrish were in another part of the field, and I went and called them. I also went and called some other men. I saw Ford and Morrish run up to the house. I heard nobody cry fire, before I cried fire myself.
Cross-examined by Mr Cockburn: 'Twas 3 o'clock to 5 minutes when I first saw the fire. I know it was that time because Ford and Morrish had made a bet of a quart of cider, what 'twas, Morrish bet that 'twasn't more than half-past two, and Morrish won. I will swear 'twas more than half-past two, when I saw the fire. Questioned by the Judge: I didn't see any clock: Ford had his watch: I saw the watch. Qu. Can you tell by looking at a clock or watch, what time it is? Madge: No.
Qu. How then do you know that it was half-past, or more than half-past two? Madge: Ford told me what the time was.
Mr Cockburn: My Lord, I trust you will notice this, as the question of time is most material.
The Judge - It may be so, and yet every gentleman at the Bar must know how difficult it is to fix the precise hour or part of the hour of any given event.
WILLIAM MORRISH, examined by Mr Elliott. I live at Woodland-head, in the parish of Crediton, and work for Mr Ward. On Tuesday the 12th of May last, I was at work for Mr Ward, on Woodland Farm, Samuel Madge, the last witness, and JAMES FORD were with me. About 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Madge was unloading earth at the head of the field, we were at the bottom. Madge cried fire: we said, where: he held up his hand towards Farmer Dart's house. I dropped my shovel, and ran towards Dart's house: when I got there I found the barn all to a blaze inside: the barn doors were fast, but it was blazing through the chinks: the roof of the house also was burning. I went into the house, and when I came there I saw Farmer Dart coming to the head of the stairs with a bed-tie in his arms. The prisoner said to me, the Lord have mercy upon me, Will. Morrish, what shall I do. I said, Farmer Dart, don't hurry youself, wee'll try to get out what things we can. I assisted in getting out the things. James Ford came close after me, and next the two Madges: SUSAN CHUDLEIGH came just after, and then TREPHENA PERKINS. I asked Farmer Dart where his wife was. He said she was gone to her daughter's. I asked him how it happened. He told me he couldn't tell: he told me he had been to Crediton Fair to sell his cow, but couldn't, and when he came to the rise of the hill coming back, he saw the smoke coming out of the top of his house. I asked him what he had done with his cow. He said he had left it in the road. I asked him if his property was insured. He said no; but just afterwards Mr Reed came, and asked him, and he told him 'twas insur'd. He kept a cow, and used to keep a pig, but I did not see any pig there then. I saw in the barn some furze burning: it was in the middle of the floor. I heard Farmer Dart say he had put 7 or 8 faggots there himself a morning or two before. It was 30 or 40 feet I suppose from the floor to the top of the roof, but I am no great judge. I had not passed the prisoner's house that day unless in going to work. When I came to the place on the boy's giving the alarm, the fire seemed to have been burning for some time, 'twas of such a head. It was all one roof, the house and the barn: it was originally intended for two cottages, but Farmer Dart made one of them into a barn.
Qu., by the Judge: I had not heard any cry of fire before the boy cried fire.
Cross-examined by Mr Cockburn: It was 3 o'clock to five minutes up or down, when the boy cried fire: I know it was about this time, for Ford had taken out his watch at half-past two. Farmer Dart was coming over the stairs with a bed-tie in his arms when I got into the House. I suppose he was bringing it down for the purpose of saving it. The bed-tie was on fire in two places: I consider the man himself was in danger from the bed-tie being burning. I should think it looked more like a man who was trying to save than destroy his property. He said Lord have mercy upon me, what shall I do. He appeared a good deal hurried. It was three o'clock in the day, and his house not above a land yard and half from the public road, where persons were frequently passing. I know the prisoner, his wife and son live with him: his son goes out to work: his daughter lives about 3 miles off: Crediton is about 4 miles from his house: it is accounted 5 miles to the Church-gate, but 4 miles to the head of Crediton town. When I came to the house the door was open leading to the kitchen: the barn door was fast: I saw the fire in the barn, through the chinks in the door: the barn door was forced open with an iron bar. I have known Farmer Dart, I dare say four or five and thirty-years, he always bore an honest good character for any thing that I heard.
Re-examined by Mr Kekewich: Farmer Dart's house was about a land yard and half from the road: the end of the house came to the road, the front of it to the garden plot: the prisoner could have seen me coming towards the house. There was no communication between the barn and the house without going out of door.
Qu., by the Judge: Was this a lone house, or were there cottages near? It was a lone house, there were not any others within sixty land yards on one side, and there were five cottages, and on the other side about the same distance, three houses. The road that passed by the house was the public road from Cheriton Bishop to Hewford and Crediton. The fire took place on Tuesday the 12th of May, Crediton Fair-day. It is well attended fair, people come from Cheriton Bishop and those parts to it: some come that way, and some go the other road: it is a cattle-fair and for all kinds of things. I couldn't see the road from the field where we were at work. We couldn't from the field look into the road.
JAMES FORD. - Examined by Mr Kekewich. I am a labourer, living in the parish of Crediton: on Tuesday the 12th of May last, I was working for Mr Ward: two persons, Madge and Morrish, were at work with me: we were at work in a little sideling field. I heard no one cry fire, I saw the fire in Farmer Dart's house: we ran towards it, I was after Morrish. I saw Farmer Dart in the stair case bringing down a bed tie: the roof was all on fire. I didn't look into the barn as we ran along. The prisoner has two children, and his wife: his son lives at home with them: his daughter does not: I saw nobody but Dart and Morrish when I came: I saw nobody in the road or that part of the road. I didn't see any cow or pig there. After the fire had got so a-head that we couldn't go into the house, Farmer Dart said 'twas a very bad job. I asked him where his pig was. He said sold and gone. He said he was up to the top of the hill when he saw the fire, and left his cow in the road. He said some one must have set it on fire.
Qu., by the Judge: The house was under the hill, on the plain: the hill is called Cold Bannick Hill, it is three or four score land yards above the house. I did not remain 'till the fire was all over: I stopped 'till the roof of the house and barn had fallen in, and nothing more could be done, and then went to work again. I had no other conversation with the prisoner.
Cross-examined by Mr Cockburn: The fire was all to a flame in the roof when we came, but I didn't see any fire in the lower part of the house: I know the prisoner's field, but I don't know whether the gate of it was open at this time or not. I didn't go up that side of the house. I know it was 3 o'clock to 5 minutes up or down. Farmer Dart's house was from 4 to 5 miles from Crediton, it would take an hour, or hour and half to drive a bullock that distance. I have known the prisoner several years: he has been dividing the fields, and had lately built these premises.
Re-examined: I had my watch with me. The fire was running all along the roof when we came.
TRYPHENA PERKINS - Examined by Mr Elliot: I live at Woodland Down, two or three fields from the prisoner's house: I recollect the day on which his house was burnt. I was weeding in a field on a hill, one field from the Crediton road; a garden parted it from the prisoner's house. Susan Chudleigh was at work with me. We could see part of the prisoner's house. I know the field in which the prisoner keeps his cow. We went to dinner that day at 1 o'clock: I did not look into the prisoner's field as we went. We had not stopped for our half hour in the forenoon, and, therefore, stopped an hour and half now. We did not return to our work till what we considered half past 2 o'clock, and it was just after we came out again that we saw the fire. I cannot tell how long after: I can't say any time. I saw the bullock in Farmer Dart's field, just before we saw the fire: this was the first field from the premises. We saw the fire before we heard the cry. We heard the cry after. I ran and called more people.
By the Judge - I don't know whose bullock it was that I saw; I don't know whether it was a cow or an ox, or who it belonged to. It was just opposite Farmer Dart's house. I had not seen the cow there before that day. I went and called Farmer Lee's folks at Hill; they went to the fire; there were a great many people there. I heard Ford ask Farmer Dart, where his pig was. He said, it was sold and gone. I have seen the pig since; about a month since; it was sold to his son-in-law; his daughter told me she bought it of her father.
Cross-examined by Mr Cockburn - Morrish and Ford were at work on the other side of the house: Dart's field was on the same side of the house on which we were at work. I didn't look particularly into the field when we went to dinner. There was a hedge and trees between his house and the field in which we were at work; I don't know that I had looked at the house just before I saw the fire. Farmer Dart has been a neighbour to me four years, I never heard any harm by him.
By the Judge - I saw the fire before I heard the cry; the cry seemed up towards the house. The field we were in was rather nigher Crediton; I know the field in which the men were at work, that was on the other side; the house was between me and them.
SUSAN CHUDLEIGH, examined by Mr Kekewich: - I am a widow, and live at Woodland farm: On the 12th of May, I was at work with Tryphena Perkins, for Mr Francis. It was a little after we came back from dinner that I heard the cry of fire. I looked up and saw the smoke: the cry came from a direction nearer the prisoner's house. I went over the gate to go to the prisoner's house; the gate was fastened; I saw a bullock in the field; I don't know whose it was; it was a cow, I milk'd it in the course of the day, and carried the milk and strained it, at one of the cot houses at Woodland. The prisoner's wife asked me to milk it, and I gave the milk to her. The prisoner was present when I milked the cow. I had seen the cow before, but can't tell how long. I had not been in Farmer Dart's field before that day.
Cross-examined by Mr Cockburn: The prisoner had only one cow. I don't know whether there were gaps in the hedge; the gate of the field had no latch; it is kept fast by a little rope that goes over it.
Re-examined: I saw the cow before I heard the cry of fire; I can't say that was the same cow I milked.
By the Judge: I was not in the prisoner's field either going to or coming back from dinner. I saw a cow in the field before I heard the cry of fire; Tryphena Perkins said, look there's Farmer Dart's bullock come home, and I looked up and saw it.
ELIAS TREMLETT WARD, examined by Mr Elliott: - I am a farmer, and live at Langridge, about three miles and half from Crediton. I know the prisoner Dart; I have known him about nine years. My uncle, MR WM. WARD, some time ago let him 15 acres of land; it consisted of two fields, and half an acre of down or common adjoining. There was a lease executed; I have the counter part. The prisoner has since built al house on the land. My uncle and myself have received rent from him for three years I think. In April 1834 I received £9, a portion of £15 a year, which was due the Lady Day twelve months before. The prisoner had previously paid his rent regularly, - that is, I should observe to the Court, always keeping 12 months rent in hand. At the following Christmas he paid me £6, so that at Lady Day last, there was two years rent, or £30 due. This last payment of £6 I think was on the 24th of Dec., and I then had a conversation with him on the subject of his arrear of rent. I told him I would not suffer the rent to remain in his hands to the extent that my uncle had done; that is not to permit him to hold 12 months rent in hand, but that I should expect by Lady Day he would pay up his arrears, so as at that time to have a year's rent only in hand, which was the plan on which we must proceed in future. He appeared vexed, and said he had been laying out money in labour upon the place; - forming hedges, and building, but did not make any other observation. At Lady Day I called on him, and found him in his garden; I asked him when he was coming down to pay the rent that was due. He said that at the Crediton April Great Market he would pay me all, I was rather astonished, and gave him to understand that if he did not then fulfil his promise, I should prosecute or sue him. I told him I was well aware he could not carry on the farm in the way he was going on.
Qu. by the Judge: I gave him time to the April Great Market. When I spoke to him on the condition of the farm, he said he had been laying out money in labour and building, and hoped in future to be able to keep up his rent. I recollect the fire on his premises; I live about three quarters of a mile from the place he occupied. On the fire occurring the prisoner never came to me. The first time that I saw him afterwards was the following Saturday morning, when I passed him on the road, as I was going to Crediton. On the same morning a man of the name of Hawkins had come and made a communication to me. The prisoner's house had been built about 4 years I think. After the April Great Market, I had called several times at his house, but never could see him at home. I saw his wife on the morning of Monday the 4th of May. The lease was now put in by Mr Elliott.
Mr E. T. Ward: This is the lease: it was granted to the prisoner by my uncle Mr Wm. Ward, and I am an attesting witness. I saw it executed on the 4th of Dec. 1830 - On being read it was found to contain a covenant to build, and to keep the buildings in repair. And Mr Cockburn called the attention of the Court to the fact that there was no exception in case of accidental fire, so that in the event of misfortune of this kind occurring, it was incumbent on the prisoner to rebuild, under pain of forfeiture of his lease.
Me E. T. Ward, cross-examined by Mr Cockburn: The premises consisted of a dwelling house and barn under one roof; these have all been built subsequent to granting the lease; they were of cob - al mixture of mud and straw; I am not aware how long they were building, as I was absent about 4 years ago; I returned, I think, in August, 1831, but I may say it never was completed as a building, nor was the timber made use of, such as it ought to have been. The prisoner and his family resided in it certainly. I have know the prisoner about 9 years; he has always borne the character of an honest man. I know a man of the name of Hawkins, and have employed him; the last time he worked for me, was, I think, 6 or 7 months ago; he had worked for my uncle 6 or 7 years; I never turned him away, but he ceased to work for me because he could get better wages than I thought proper to give. The son of the prisoner Dart, has done the work for me since which used to be done by Hawkins. Dart's son came from Exeter, where had had been working, and asked me for work.
Re-examined by Mr Elliott: Dart's son has not had so much experience in his business as Hawkins certainly, but I think he can do as good a day's work. He has been in the line these 3 years.
MATTHEW HAWKINS, a man with one hand, examined by Mr Kekewich: - I live at Crediton, and am a gardener; I have lately been, and was in May last, working occasionally for the Rev. M. Trevenen, at Drewsteignton; I have worked there many years. I live about a quarter of a mile from the prisoner Dart's house; I have known him many years. I remember Thursday the 7th of May last; Dart came to my house about 5 o'clock that morning. I was in bed, and my wife let him in. He said he wanted to see me for something very particular; I came down within 2 or 3 minute, and made away to the back door; he said, that won't do, you go to the front door, and I'll go out this way. I went to the front door and he to the back: he then said he'd meet me in Mr Skinner's field; that was just about the same distance from where we were as my house was from his, about 1 ¼ of a mile. We went there in different directions; when I arrived he was not thee; I put my foot on the gate and looked into the next field, but could not at first see him; I did afterwards see him, and when we were got down about half-a-dozen yards from the gateway, he asked me what I thought. I said, I didn't know. He then said, they are going to sell my property. I asked who. He said Mr Elias Ward; he said he owed £20 for rent, and that Mr Elias Ward had called at his house the day before, to say that if he didn't raise it in one week, he was going to sell all he (the prisoner) had. I said £20 was not a great deal, and asked the prisoner if he could not find a friend to advance that sum for him. He said he shouldn't try; he said his house and property was insured. I asked him for what sum. He said £150. I asked him what he paid annually for that. He told me 12s. 6d. He said he wanted to draw that money. He then asked me where I was going to work that day. I said at the Rectory at Drewsteignton. He then said, if I would come home an hour or two later than usual that evening, he would get everything in readiness, and that if I would put a match to his house and set it on fire, he would give me a handsome reward of two sovereigns. I said I could not do it; I told him 'twas death by the law for a man to do such a thing. He said, then I suppose it does not suit you to do it. I said no. He then said, I wish you a good morning.
Qu. by the Judge: When the prisoner left you, after making such a proposition as this, did you not immediately go to some Magistrate to give information of what he had proposed? No, my Lord.
Examination resumed: On Tuesday the 12th of May, about ½ past seven or a quarter to eight o'clock in the evening, the prisoner Dart came again to me in my garden. I knew the fire had taken place. He came to the bottom of my garden; he took me by the hand and said, my dear friend its all done, but you keep everything close: that was all that past, nothing more was then said, he left the garden and I went into my house. I did not mention this to no one but my wife. The first person I mentioned it to besides my wife was Mr Elias Ward, and that was the Saturday after. I went to his house to inform him of it on the Wednesday evening, but Mr Ward was in Crediton. On the Friday I went again part way for the purpose, but I met John Labbatt, and he told me Mr Ward was in Exeter. I went the third time on Saturday morning, about 5 o'clock, and then told Mr Ward. I have known the prisoner 12 or 13 years, and never had an angry word with him in my life.
Cross-examined by Mr Cockburn: My wife was already dressed when the prisoner knocked on the morning he first came to me; I was not out of bed. My wife went down and opened the front door to him. My reason for going to the door when I came down stairs was, that I thought he had something to say to me that he did not wish my wife to hear. I did not find him in the field he said, but in a field adjoining Mr Skinner's. He did not tell me why he did not set the match himself.
Qu. I believe this is not the first time of your having made your appearance in this Court?
Hawkins: No, it is not.
Qu. Pray how long might it be ago that you were last here?
About 18 years ago.
Qu. Were you then here as a witness?
No.
Qu. As a spectator, perhaps?
No.
Qu. Why what situation were you then in; surely Mr Hawkins, you were not here as a criminal?
I was accused of taking up a bat in the public road between this and Heavitree.
Qu. Why man, upon your oath, were you not charged with robbing a coach?
Hawkins: I was honourably acquitted in ten minutes.
The Jude: Don't talk about being honourably acquitted, or enumerate the minutes, but say you were tried and acquitted.
Mr Cockburn: I see you have had a misfortune with your left hand, pray how was that occasioned?
By the bursting of a gun.
Qu. What, pray, might you be about when that happened?
Shooting a woodcock. The witness here betrayed considerable warmth, saying, I was in the service of Arthur Kelly, of Kelly House, Esq. at the time.
Mr Cockburn: Do you not owe the prisoner money? I believe there is a balance owing to him.
The Judge: Do you owe the prisoner money which you have neglected to pay him?
I think there is a little balance due to Dart, my Lord; he threatened to put me in the County Court, but he hasn't done it: he never gave me a bill. The reason there was any difference between us was that his son was my apprentice, and would not obey my orders, and I discharged him: we had some angry words about that. His son now works for gentlemen for whom I worked before. I never said I would be revenged of him as long as he kept his son in his house, if it was for 10 years. I never said, d-n me if a don't be revenged on them both as long as I live. I never said, as quoting from the Bible, Revenge is mine and I will have it, saith the Lord; and adding to it, and d-n me if I don't if for ten years to come, or as long as I am living. I never used those words or expressions like them. I know Sarah Coneybeare, but I never used those words, or any similar words concerning the Darts, to her in her own house. I never said to Sarah Coneybeare that Dart's son worked under the usual price, and was taking away my work. Sarah Coneybeare never said to me, these are dangerous words, and if any thing was to happen to Farmer Dart, you would be taken into custody. I never made a will - I don't know what a will is. I know Farmer John Haydon; I wrote a note once for him; the note was to dispose of his property. He sent for me then, I did not go to him about it. My wife's name was Endicott; she had the misfortune to have a child before she was married. She used to go to Farmer Haydon's concerning the child after we were married; she wished to take the child herself. I did not go to Farmer Haydon's to propose that he should make a will in favour of this child; upon my solemn oath I did not.
The Judge: Witness, I think it right to apprise you, that if the learned Counsel puts any question to you tending to criminate yourself, you are not bound to answer it.
Mr Cockburn: Will you swear man, that you did not propose to Farmer Haydon to leave his property to this child?
I did not.
Qu. Did he not, authorise you to draw up a paper leaving his property to this child?
Yes he did.
Qu. Now, on your oath, man, did you not make that will in favour of the woman you were going to marry?
The Judge: No, no - stay: if answered in the affirmative, that would be an acknowledgment of having committed a forgery.
Mr Cockburn said, the aged prisoner's life probably depended upon the evidence of this single witness, and he claimed to be permitted to show him to the Court and Jury in a way that should show he was not entitled to credit.
The Judge: Mr Cockburn, you know that it is not the proper method of trying the credit of a witness, to ask him if he has not been guilty of a capital offence. And turning to Hawkins, the Judge said, I advise you to give no answer to it.
Mr Cockburn resumed: Farmer Haydon paid for the maintenance of the child. I was taken before a Magistrate about the child: the child was taken out of my hands by the neighbours; I beat the child, of course. I don't know whether that was after Farmer Haydon had destroyed the will. I did not tie up the child by the neck, with a thong, to the bed: I will swear the child was not so taken tied by the neck, from the bed, by the neighbours. I worked for Mr Ward on the 4th of Oct. last; I had worked for him nearly 7 years before; I then got employment with other gentlemen and got more wages. I wrote the paper as Farmer Haydon instructed me - call it a will if you like.
Qu. Was it not so? It was for any thing that I know.
The Judge here again interposed, and the cross-examination closed.
Re-examined by Mr Kekwich: Farmer Haydon is still living. I don't know exactly word for word what I wrote, but I wrote as he told me. It was 18 years ago that I was tried in this Court. After that I lived 3 years in the service of Arthur Kelly, Esq., after the bursting of the gun, about 12 months as a gardener. I then lived with Harris Arundel, Esq., of Lifton Park, 2 years. Since that I have worked as a jobbing gardener. I have worked one day a week for the Rev. Mr Trevenen, for 13 or 14 years. I have also worked for Col. Truscott. I quitted these places myself, I was never turned away. I was not turned away from Mr Ward's; I quitted his service myself. I could work for him now a day or two if I choose. I left Mr Ward only because I could get more wages. The child I have been asked about was Farmer Haydon's: he took it away from us when the neighbours made up the story about my beating it. The child was then above 2 years old. The debt I owe the Prisoner Dart, is for milk, butter, cider, barley-meal, and different things. I never had a bill. It was 2 years ago that he threatened to put me into the County Court.
By the Judge: When you told the prisoner it was death by the law to perpetrate such a crime as you say he asked you to commit, why did not you also, knowing how wicked it was, endeavour to dissuade him from it?
Hawkins: I thought my words would have that effect.
Qu. Why did you not tell Mr Ward - why did you omit to make all communication of an expressed intent such as this, until after the fire had taken place?
I didn't think of it before.
The Judge: You didn't think of it, but you and he shook hands and parted friends, after he had shown what opinion he had of you, by asking you to commit a capital offence.
Hawkins: Yes my Lord.
ANN HAWKINS examined by Mr Elliott: I am the wife of Matthew Hawkins, the last witness. I know the prisoner Dart; I recollect the morning of the 7th of May last; the prisoner came to my house about 5 o'clock that morning; he came to the back door; I was not down; I came down and went to the back door, but he was not there; he had gone round to the front door, and hearing me, he said here I be. He said, he wanted to see my husband; he called to him himself up over the stairs; my husband came as soon as he cold - not above 2 or 3 minutes. I didn't hear a word that was said; they both went out, Dart to the back door, and my husband to the fore-door. I didn't hear any conversation after they got outside; I didn't see which way they went. I saw my husband again about a quarter of an hour after. I recollect the day of the fire; my husband came home in the evening about 8 o'clock: his supper was not ready, and he went out into the garden behind the house.
Cross-examined by Mr Cockburn: Before I was married, I lived with FARMER JOHN HAYDON. I never went to him on a Sunday afternoon when he was reading the Bible, and told him I was in the family way by him; I never told him that I was with child, and that he was the father. I did not on any occasion take up the Bible, and kiss the book to it, that he was the father of the child. Farmer John Haydon never paid me 15d. a week for the maintenance of the child. I never went to Farmer Haydon's for that purpose, nor did I ever kiss the book to any such thing - that I swear.
Qu., Did you do so at any Farmer Haydon's on a Sunday evening?
No.
Qu. On Farmer John Haydon's expressing a doubt of the truth of what you said relative to his being the father of the child, upon your solemn oath did you not take up the Bible in which he was reading, and kiss it in order to attest the truth of that fact?
No. I did not. I remember the child being taken to Farmer John Haydon's. I never swore it to him -'twas my husband's child. I never told Farmer John Haydon 'twas his. My husband was had to justice, the justice delivered up the child to John Haydon. The neighbours did not take the child from me to John Haydon, but the justice delivered it up to him. Farmer Haydon saw the child out of door, and took it because my husband gave it 2 or 3 tacks on the backside. I said 'twas my husband's child, and would swear to it, but they would not let me. The child's neck was exposed before the justices, but there was no mark. I swear I never received pay from any one for that child. I swear I had no agreement with Farmer Haydon for 15d. a week. I swear I never received any thing from any one for it.
Re-examined by Mr Elliott: Farmer Haydon never paid my husband any thing on account of that child. There was no dispute about whose child it was. Farmer Haydon wished to take it away and keep it himself; he kept it about a quarter of a year. It was then about two years old; it was with me 7 years after that: it is 10 years old now, and out a-apprentice. The parish of Colebrook, to which I belonged, bound it out.
JOHN LABBATT: I work for Mr Elias Ward, and live at Woodland head. I know the prisoner Dart; I know Hawkins's house; I saw the prisoner on the 7th of May, coming from the house, at five o'clock in the morning; I was at work in my garden and saw him go in and come out, it was about a quarter of an hour from the time of his going in till he came out again; he went over the hedge towards Skinner's field. I saw Hawkins the day following the fire, he was going in the direction of Mr Ward's house. I told Hawkins that Ward was not at home, and he turned back.
Cross-examined: I know that it was the morning of the 7th, because of the fire on the 12th following. I have known prisoner ever since he was a young man, and never knew any harm by him.
WM MADGE: I live near the prisoner's house. I was at work within half a mile of the fire: I came to help; I heard prisoner say that he was up on the Cold Bannick Hill when he first saw the fire and he run and halloed fire, and said he thought that no person would come to his assistance. This was three score land yards from the house.
ABRAHAM WREFORD: I am a tallow chandler living at Crediton: I am the agent there for the Norwich Union Fire Office; prisoner came to my house on the 28th of February, to insure his property for £150 - £40 on his house, £40 on the barn and cow house, £60 on his household goods and furniture, and £10 on his farming implements and empty casks - these were the instructions I received; I forwarded them to Mr Hartnoll at Exeter, and through his hands to the chief office at Norwich. The policy came down afterwards. I remember hearing of the fire the day after the prisoner called, and said that he came to inform me of the fire the day before, and wanted to know how he was to order about the policy. I asked him where he was when it happened; he said he left about 6 in the morning to attend the fair at Crediton, that his son went to work before six, and that his wife left about 1 o'clock in the afternoon to go 2 or 3 miles in the direction of Cheriton. He said that going home about three, when passing over Hewford Common, "he saw the flame and smoke as high as the tower; "I asked him if there was any fire when his wife went out, and he said none: I told him either to call or send on Saturday, when I would let him know when our surveyor would be over, and that he must make out a bill of the particulars that the loss might be ascertained. On the Saturday following he came to my shop, and he was asked the question whether he and Hawkins were on good terms and he said they were. Mr Ward and some one else were there. He told me that his premises had never been insured before.
Cross-examined: He did not pretend to me that there had been any fire left in the house which might have occasioned the mischief. [The policy was now put in and read.]
Isaac Preston, Esq. proved the signatures of himself and two other Directors, which were affixed to the policy.
Mr Wreford re-called: The prisoner paid me 14s. 4d. which was the whole that was due; there were some weeks previous to Lady Day, the portion for these I calculated, and the sum he paid, insured him to Lady Day, 1836.
The Judge now informed the prisoner that the case was closed on the part of the prosecution, and this was the time for him if he had any thing to say in his defence.
The prisoner said, It is all revenge of this Hawkins, he and I have been at variance some time.
For the defence Mr Cockburn called,
SARAH CONEYBEARE: I have known Hawkins for many years. He called on me one Sunday evening. He said to me, that Dart's son had left him, and was taking away his work under value; He said he would be revenged of them, if ever it lay in his power. The answer I made was that these were bad words, and if Farmer Dart should meet with any misfortune, he (Hawkins) would be liable to be taken up. He said, it is said in the bible, "Revenge is mine, and I will repay thee, saith the Lord," and he threw his fist down on my table and said, d-n me if I don't have it.
Cross-examined by Mr Kekewich: I don't know Dart much; I have known him ten years. I know it is not two years since this conversation took place. My husband was present, but he won't have any thing to say about it, because he was in liquor at the time that Hawkins came in. Hawkins was not in liquor. After the fire, I told it to a woman of the name of Grant, and on Tuesday last I mentioned it to Mr Loosemore at his house.
Re-examined: As soon as I heard that Farmer Dart was committed to prison through what Hawkins had said, then I told the woman Grant wheat he had said.
By the Court: I think it was about a year ago that Hawkins had this conversation at my house. I did not tell Dart, because I thought nothing of it at the time. Hawkins slept at my house that night, because he was late. I don't know that since this conversation took place, either Dart or his son have worked with Hawkins.
JOHN HAYDON: I am a farmer living at Cheriton Bishop. I knew the wife of Hawkins; she lived several years with me. From what I know of the woman Hawkins, I would not believe her on her oath; nor would I believe her husband.
Cross-examined: I have known Hawkins, both man and wife; she was with child when she was at my house. I had a quarrel with them about the boy; he came home very late in liquor. [The court stopped the Witness]. We have had words, but never any blows. I never asked him to fight; have been on no other than fair terms with Hawkins's wife since they were married.
Re-examined: The quarrel about the boy was this: he was in liquor, and came home late one night and beat the boy [The Judge stopped the witness]. The dispute I had with him was about the child.
By the Judge: I never saw Hawkins nor his wife sworn, no otherwise that she did with me on a Sunday evening. I was reading the Bible, and she said to me [The Judge again stopped the witness by saying, "I must not go into that."]. I have known Dart 50 years - he has borne a very good character.
ELIZABETH MONK; I keep a shop at Crediton. Prisoner came to my house on the 12th of May, and bought a loaf. He had a cow with him. I have known him 4 or 5 and 20 years; he has always borne a very good character as far as I have known. I served him at half-past two; I know that was the time, because I went out when he did, and looked at the clock. My house is at the town's end, about a mile from the Cattle market.
JOHN STONG: I live at Crediton. I saw the prisoner at the Duke of York public-house at half-past two; I know that that was the time, because I had just come from home, and I had looked at my clock. He was drinking either a half pint of beer or cider - he rose up and turned the bullock out of the yard, and proceeded homewards; he lives at the distance of about three or four miles off: I have known him long - he bears an excellent character.
By the Judge: The Duke of York may be about 20 land yards from the shop of Elizabeth Monk.
WILLIAM BROCK, a farmer: I saw him with the bullocks before him at half-past two, I know on the road - when I got home it was nigh three; I have known the prisoner four or five years at least. I never heard that he has borne a bad character.
SAMUEL HAYDON; I am a farmer living near Crediton; I have known the prisoner 40 years; I never heard a "mouthful of harm" of him in my life.
THOMAS ODGERS: I keep the Cornish Arms; I have known the prisoner for many years, and have always found him very honest in all transactions which I have had with him.
JAMES SORRELL: I am a painter and glazier of Crediton; I have known Dart upwards of 20 years; he has borne an excellent character for honesty.
JAMES HILL: I am a farmer in the parish of Colebrook; I have known him all my life, never heard any thing but that he was an honest man.
JAMES HAYDON: examined by the learned Judge respecting the distance of Cold Bannick Hill, but he did not know where it was. Mr Brock was re-called, but he could not tell. Mr Elias Ward was then called, and he stated it was about a quarter of a mile off. His Lordship then asked him the two following questions. Had you communicated to Hawkins, at any time, that Dart owed you rent? Never. That you were going to sell him up or any thing of that sort - to levy a distress upon him? Never, my Lord.
Several respectable farmers were in attendance, to speak to prisoner's character, but the learned Judge intimated that enough had been said on that point.
The Judge now addressed the Jury, laying before them a clear analysis of the whole evidence, and in a manner distinguished for its eloquence, in which he occupied one hour; and having concluded, the Jury turned to consult, and in eight minutes returned a verdict of Not Guilty, when the Judge directed the old man to be immediately discharged.
The Court rising at half-past 9.

Thursday 27 August 1835, Issue 3649 - Gale Document No. Y3200668007
Exeter, Wednesday 26 August
Birth - At Crediton, on the 23rd instant, the Lady of H. B. HOLMAN Esq., surgeon, of a daughter.

Thursday 10 September 1835, Issue 3651 - Gale Document No. Y3200668036
Exeter, Wednesday 9 September
Died - On Monday last, at Crediton, in the 83rd year of his age, the Rev. JOHN RUDALL, 43 years Vicar of that parish.

Thursday 17 September 1835, Issue 3652 - Gale Document No. Y3200668047
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in Fee, by Auction, at the Plymouth Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday, the 24th day of Sept. inst., at 5 o'clock in the Afternoon, the undermentioned Property; situate in the East Town of Crediton, either together, or in the following Lots:-
Lot 1. All that Dwelling House and Bakehouse (of which immediate Possession may be had,) with Two Tenements adjoining, now in the occupation of MR JOHN SMALE, Baker and MRS LANGMAN.
Lot 2. All those Three Cottages, situate in Dean Street, adjoining the last Lot, one of which is untenanted, and the other occupied by MRS SARAH HOOPER, and MARY WESTAWAY.
For further particulars, apply to Mr Medland, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 12th September, 1835.

Thursday 22 October 1835, Issue 3657 - Gale Document No. Y3200668121
Exeter, Wednesday 21 October
Married - At Crediton, on Thursday the 15th of October, by the Rev. John Russell, Henry Caunter, Esq., of Ashburton, to SARAH, daughter of JOHN FULFORD, Esq., of the former place.

Married - At Newton St. Cyres, MR ROBERT TREMLETT, of Crediton, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr Passmore, of Norton, in the former parish.

Thursday 12 November 1835, Issue 3660 - Gale Document No. Y3200668158
Exeter, Wednesday 11 November
Died - November 9th, at Crediton, at the advanced age of 79 years, MARY, widow of the late MR WILLIAM VOWLER, who was nearly half a century a confidential servant in the family of James Wentworth Buller, of Downes, Esq.

Thursday 19 November 1835, Issue 3661 - Gale Document No. Y3200668166
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by Auction, at the Star Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the Third day of December next, precisely at Five o'clock in the afternoon, the undermentioned Freehold Premises, situate near the east town of Crediton, in the following Lots, (viz)
Lot 1. All those Four Dwelling Houses, now in the several occupations of WILLIAM ELSTON, JAMES ELSTON, ELIZABETH LEATHEREN, and MR BAILEY, with a small Cottage behind; adjoining the Exeter Turnpike Road, between the White Hart Inn and the Blacksmith's Shop.
Lot 2. All those Three Dwelling Houses, with Gardens in front, in the several possession of THOMAS ELSTON, JAMES MORRISH, and CHARLES MORRISH, and about Twenty-four Land Yards of the Orchard immediately behind the same.
Lot 3. All those Two Dwelling Houses, with Gardens in front, now occupied by JOHN CANN, and JAMES YOULE, and about Twenty Land Yards of the Orchard behind.
Lot 4. All those Two Dwelling Houses, with Gardens in front, now occupied by JOSEPH JAMES, and SAMUEL PALFRY, and about Twenty Land Yards of the Orchard behind.
Lots 2, 3, and 4 are pleasantly situated between Blagdon Place and the Star Inn. For viewing, apply to Mr Thomas Isaac the Owner, and for further particulars, either to him, or to Mr Medland, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated 12th November 1835.

Thursday 7 January 1836, Issue 3668 - Gale Document No. Y3200668263
Exeter, Wednesday 6 January
Birth - December 29, at Blagdon Place, Crediton, the Lady of the Rev. A. Grueber, Vicar of Colebrooke, of a daughter.

Thursday 28 January 1836, Issue 3671 - Gale Document No. Y3200668321
Exeter, Wednesday 27 January
Died - Yesterday, the 26th instant, at Crediton, at the early age of 24, MR JOHN PENHEY, of that place, surgeon. A gentleman of great promise in his profession, and universally beloved and respected by all who knew him.

Thursday 4 February 1836, Issue 3672 - Gale Document No. Y3200668331
On the night of Saturday last, as MR SAMUEL HAYDON, of Cuddiford Barton, Crediton, was on his return from that market, he was unfortunately drowned at Moor Lake. Mr Yarde of Crediton, was called, and every means for restoration used, but in vain. Mr Haydon was in his 62nd year - a highly respectable yeoman, and is much regretted.

Thursday 24 March 1836, Issue 3679 - Gale Document No. Y3200668422
Exeter, Wednesday 23 March
Birth - March 22nd, at Trobridge, near Crediton, the Lady of JOHN YARDE, Esq. of a son.

Thursday 31 March 1836, Issue 3680 - Gale Document No. Y3200668432
Exeter, Wednesday 30 March
Married - On the 17th instant, at Crediton, MR WM. VOWLER, of that place, builder, to GRACE, eldest daughter of MR RICHARD BROWNE, of Dunscombe, in the same parish.

Thursday 21 April 1836, Issue 3683 - Gale Document No. Y3200668473
Exeter, Wednesday 20 April
Died - At Crediton on Saturday last, after a long illness, at the early age of 11 years, JULIA, youngest daughter of the late MR JOHN LANE, of Woolagrove, in the parish of Sandford.

Thursday 30 June 1836, Issue 3693 - Gale Document No. Y3200668610
Exeter, Wednesday 29 June
Married - June 26, at Crediton, Mr W. R. Hunt, of Stonehouse [Professor of Music, and Organist in Ordinary to his Majesty,] to EMMA, only daughter of JOHN FRANCIS, Esq., of the former place.

Married - June 17, at Crediton, MR RICHARD CHALLICE, to MARY, widow of the late MR KERSLAKE, of that place.

Thursday 14 July 1836, Issue 3695 - Gale Document No. Y3200668538
Freehold Houses in Crediton
To be Sold in Fee, by Private Contract, Four Tenements or Dwelling-Houses, situate in and near North-street in the Town of Crediton, and now or recently in the several occupations of MRS SUSAN BUTTRESS, MR JAMES LANGABEER, MR WILLIAM HUTCHINGS, and TRYPHENA LAMPIN.
These premises being situate at the corner of North-street, facing the main Street, and a short distance from the New Market, are particularly eligible for Shops carrying on any retail Business. A considerable portion of the Purchase Money may, if required, remain on the security of the Premises. For viewing the Property, apply to the respective Tenants; and for further particulars to Thomas Patton, Esq., the Owner, Bishop's Hull, near Taunton; or to Mr Pring, Solicitor, Crediton. July12th, 1836.

Thursday 11 August 1836, Issue 3698 -Gale Document No. Y3200668686
Exeter, Wednesday 10 August
Died - On Thursday last, the 4th inst., suddenly, of apoplexy, aged 64, JOHN YOLLAND, Esq. of Crediton. This gentleman possessed en enlightened and liberal mind, and has long been known in the political world as a strenuous and consistent reformer. He was a man also of great private worth, active benevolence and unsullied integrity. As respected his religious opinions, he was a strict Episcopalian, but this did not prevent him from holding out the right hand of fellowship to others, and, accordingly, he was not only a warm supporter of several religious societies among Dissenters, but was often to be seen among them upon particular occasions and at their annual meetings. His circle of friends and of acquaintance was large, and by them and by his family, he is deeply regretted.

Thursday 6 October 1836, Issue 3706 - Gale Document No. Y3200668793
Exeter, Wednesday 5 October
Died - September 30, suddenly, in Northernhay Place, the wife of CHRISTOPHER ARDEN, Esq. daughter of the late J. YARDE, Esq., of Trowbridge, Crediton.

Died - At Crediton, on Saturday last, much and deservedly regretted, after a long and painful illness, SARAH, the widow of MR BUCKNELL, of that place, and mother of Mr Bucknell, of Tredidon, Cornwall, aged 77 years.

Thursday 16 February 1837, Issue 3725 - Gale Document No. Y3200669051
Exeter, Wednesday 15 February
Died - On the 12th inst., at Crediton, MR PHILIP MOGRIDGE, after a severe illness of 3 weeks: - he fulfilled the duties of an affectionate husband and parent in the most exemplary manner, and his memory will be long cherished by those who value unaffected goodness of heart combined with strict integrity of character.

Thursday 9 March 1837, Issue 3728 - Gale Document No. Y3200669080
Exeter, Wednesday 8 March
Birth - February 23, at Crediton, the Lady of J. T. SHAPLAND, Esq., of a son and heir.

Thursday 23 March 1837, Issue 3730 - Gale Document No. Y3200669107
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by Auction, by Mr James Thomas, on Thursday the 30th day of March inst., The Valuable Horses and Harness, Waggon, &c., the property of the late MR P. MOGRIDGE, Tanner, in Crediton; comprising Two superior young Draught Horses, with their Harness; One Bay Mare, calculated for Gig; Two Waggons, Ladder, Ropes, almost new; Cart, Two Hackney Saddles and Bridles. The Sale to begin precisely by 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Dated Crediton, March 21st, 1837.

Thursday 4 May 1837, Issue 3736 - Gale Document No. Y3200669171
Exeter, Wednesday 3 May
Died - On Thursday, April 27th, MRS TOZER, aged 56, wife of MR TOZER, saddler, Crediton, after a lingering illness; her loss will be severely felt as she was a most attentive wife, affectionate parent, a sincere friend, and beloved and respected by all who knew her.

Thursday 6 July 1837, Issue 3744 - Gale Document No. Y3200669296
Exeter, Wednesday 5 July
Birth - At the Vicarage, Crediton, on the 2nd inst. MRS S. ROWE, of a daughter.

Birth - June 29, at Crediton, the Lady of CHARLES HAMWORTH, Esq. of a son.

Thursday 4 October 1837, Issue 3757 - Gale Document No. Y3200669482
Notice.
The Creditors of the late THOMAS ROBERTS, of Crediton, Devon, maltster, deceased, and also of JOHN ROBERTS, of the same place, a Lunatic Insolvent, are respectively requested to meet at the Office of Mr Tanner, Solicitor, in Crediton, on Saturday, 14th day of October inst., at noon, to determine on the most advisable steps to be pursued, with reference to a matter which will then be submitted for their consideration. Dated October 4th, 1837.

Thursday 4 October 1837, Issue 3757 - Gale Document No. Y3200669483
On Wednesday last a labouring man was found speechless in a field at Westacott, near Crediton, a farm occupied by MRS TUCKER. He had been injured by a cart, which he was driving, and died within two hours afterwards.

Thursday 12 October 1837, Issue 3758 - Gale Document No. Y3200669492
Ran Away from his Master, MR COOMBE, of Knowle, in the Parish of Crediton, JOHN ENDACOTT, his Parish Apprentice, between 18 and 19 years of age, about 5 feet 7 inches high, brown hair and fair complexion; wore away a fustian jacket, dark striped waistcoat, corduroy breeches, knit stockings, and a black fur hat. Whosoever will give information where he may be found, so that he may be returned to his Master, shall receive Three Pounds reward; and whosoever harbours him after this notice, will be punished as the Law directs. Dated Crediton, September 11th, 1837.

Thursday 2 November 1837, Issue 3761 - Gale Document No. Y3200669527
Exeter, Wednesday 1 November
Married - At Woodchurch, Cheshire, on Wednesday, October 25th the REV. JAMES DEANS, M.A., Chaplain of Crediton, in this county, to Dorothea, daughter of the late _Warbrick, Esq., of Liverpool.

Died - At Crediton, October 25th, in the 71st year of his age, MR PHILIP STONE, formerly serge manufacturer of that place. He was a kind affectionate husband and a tender parent, and died in great peace having a good hope beyond the grave.

Thursday 22 March 1838, Issue 3781 - Gale Document No. Y3200669842
Exeter, Wednesday 21 March
Died - March 14, at Threshers, Crediton, after a lingering illness, MRS STONE, widow of the late MR PHILIP STONE, deeply regretted by her family and friends.

Thursday 3 May 1838, Issue 3787 - Gale Document No. Y3200669915
Exeter, Wednesday 2 May
Died - On Thursday last, at Crediton, in about her 60th year, MRS GRACE BROWNE, for many years the respected hostess of the White Hart Inn, in that town.

Thursday 2 August 1838, Issue 3800 - Gale Document No. Y3200670074
Crediton - On Monday last Messrs ISAAC DAVY, RICHD. BROWN, JAMES LEE (Holwell), and ELIAS TREMLETT WARD, were chosen Poor Law Guardians for the parish of Crediton without any opposition.

Thursday 2 August 1838, Issue 3800 - Gale Document No. Y3200670078
Devon Assizes
AMBROSE WARREN, 18, charged with stealing a horse, the property of WILLIAM PEARCE, of Crediton.

Thursday 16 August 1838, Issue 3802 - Gale Document No. Y3200670100
Exeter, Wednesday 15 August
Married - August 14th, at Ottery St. Mary, by the Rev. George Smith JOHN JACKMAN DRAKE, Esq., Four Mills, Crediton, to Miss Meads, of Ottery St. Mary.

Thursday 23 August 1838, Issue 3803 - Gale Document No. Y3200670110
Crediton, Devon - Capital Inn and Posting House
To be Let, by Tender, for a Term of 5 or 7 Years, from Michaelmas next, all that old-established and well-accustomed Inn and Posting-House, called The White Hart, near the East Town of Crediton, and for many years past in the occupation of MRS GRACE BROWNE, deceased.
The Premises are commodious, and consist of a large bar, two parlours, dining-room, eight bed-rooms, with attics over, kitchen, scullery, larder, brewhouse, dairy, two cellars, coach-house, stabling for 20 horses, spacious yard, and a good garden upwards of half an acre; are eligibly situated adjoining the Exeter Turnpike Road, and possess every accommodation for carrying on an extensive Business.
Mr Brown, the present occupier, will shew the Property, and the Terms of Letting and all further particulars may be obtained at Messrs Medland and Francis, Solicitors, Crediton, to whom Tenders in Writing (free of Postage) are to be delivered on or before Thursday the Sixth day of September next, shortly after which the Person whose Tender is accepted, will be informed thereof.
Dated 12th August, 1838.

Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in Fee, or Let for a Term of 5, 7 or 10 Years from Michaelmas next, all those very Desirable Premises, Comprising a good Dwelling House and Offices, with an excellent Malt House, Orchard, Garden and Stable attached; situate near the East Town of Crediton and adjoining the Exeter Turnpike Road, between the Star Inn and Blagdon Place, now in the occupation of Mr WILLIAM GREENSLADE, as tenant thereof. Mr Greenslade will shew the premises, and for further particulars, and to treat for the same, apply either to Mr John Pope, of Knavethorn, in Morchard Bishop, (the owner), or to Messrs Medland and Francis, Solicitors, Crediton. Dated 31st July 1838.

Thursday 13 September 1838, Issue 3806 - Gale Document No. Y3200670155
Exeter, Wednesday 12 September
Married - September 5, at Huxham, by the Rev. Franke Parker, Rector of Luffincott, Mr Battishill, surgeon, of Spreyton, to ALICIA, youngest daughter of the late MR YOLLAND, of Crediton

Thursday 27 September 1838, Issue 3808 - Gale Document No. Y3200670179
Crediton, Devon
To be Let, by Tender, for a Term of Ten or Fourteen Years, from Lady-day next, the Capital Barton of Westacott, and other Lands, comprising a good Farm-House, Granary, all requisite Outbuildings, and Two Hundred and Eighty Acres (more or less) of excellent Orchard, Watered Meadow, Pasture and Arable Land, within a ring fence, situate in the Parish and only two miles from the Town of Crediton, seven miles from Exeter, and late in the occupation of MRS MARY TUCKER, widow, deceased, as tenant thereof. The Property may be viewed, and the Terms of Letting known, on application to John Yarde, Esq. of Trobridge House, or Messrs Medland and Francis, Solicitors, Crediton. To either of whom, Tenders in Writing for Renting the same, are to be delivered on or before Wednesday, the 17th day of October next, shortly after which the person whose offer is accepted will have notice thereof. Dated Crediton, 22nd September 1838.

Thursday 27 September 1838, Issue 3808 - Gale Document No. Y3200670182
Exeter, Wednesday 26 September
Married - At the Registrar's Office, in Crediton, on the 24th instant, before Thomas Pring, Esq., Superintendent Registrar of the Crediton Union, John Millard, Esq., surgeon, of Coldridge, in this county, to Miss Scott, of the same place.

Thursday 11 October 1838, Issue 3810 - Gale Document No. Y3200670213
Exeter, Wednesday 10 October
Married - October 9, at Cheriton Fitzpaine, by the Rev. W. Arundell, Mr Joseph Wills, of George Street, Plymouth, to ELIZABETH, youngest daughter of the late MRS HARRIS, of Crediton.

Thursday 25 October 1838, Issue 3812 - Gale Document No. Y3200670230
Exeter, Wednesday 24 October
Married - On Thursday last, at North Bovey, by the Rev. S. Nosworthy, MR JOHN PARTRIDGE, of Crediton, to Harriet Cordelia, youngest daughter of the late Mr Joseph Pinsent.

Thursday 15 November 1838, Issue 3815 - Gale Document No. Y3200670268
Exeter, Wednesday 14 November
Died - On Saturday last, the 10th instant, at the Palace, Crediton, aged 84 years, ALICE SOPHIA HOGGE, relict of Stephen Hogge, gent., late of King's Lynn, in the county of Norfolk.

Thursday 29 November 1838, Issue 3817 - Gale Document No. Y3200670291
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold in Fee, or Let for a Term of 7 or 14 years, from Christmas next, all those Extensive Premises, Eligibly situate in the High Street, in the fast improving Town of Crediton. Comprising a commodious Shop, Parlour, two sitting rooms, two kitchens, three good bed-rooms, and other offices adjoining, with a stable and garden behind, in every way calculated for carrying on an extensive business, and now in the occupation of MISS SUSAN WREFORD, Stationer, &c., as tenant thereof. The same may be viewed by permission of Miss Wreford, and for further particulars and to treat for the same, apply to Messrs. Medland & Francis, Solicitors, Crediton. Dated 14th November 1838.

Thursday 13 December 1838, Issue 3819 - Gale Document No. Y3200670328
Exeter, Wednesday 12 December
Birth - December 6, at Crediton, the lady of the Rev. J. DEANS, of a daughter.

Thursday 10 January 1839, Issue 3823 - Gale Document No. Y3200670396
Commodious and highly desirable Premises, in the Centre of the Town of Crediton, Devon.
To be Sold in Fee, by Public Auction, at the Half Moon Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the 24th day of January instant, precisely at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon, all that Dwelling-House, and Extensive Premises, Situate in the High-street of Crediton, late in the occupation of MR WILLIAM PASSMORE, deceased, and in which the trade of a Brazier, Plumber, and Block Tin Manufacturer, have for a period of 27 years, been carried on by him with great success.
The Property consists of a Spacious Shop in Front, and Two excellent Cellars underneath, one of which is vaulted. On the first and second Floors, over the Shop, are a Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Pantry, and Three good Bed-Rooms, with Water Closet, and other conveniences; for many years past, and now Let as Lodgings, are separated from the other parts of the House, and have a distinct Entrance. Behind the Shop is a Parlour, Kitchen, and Wash-house, with Four good bed-Rooms over, together with several Workshops and Warerooms of large dimensions, Stable, Courtlage, and Garden.
The whole is substantially built, in excellent repair, and most conveniently arranged for carrying on the above or any other business where considerable room is required. For viewing apply to Mrs Passmore, on the Premises, and for any other particulars (if by Letter post paid) to Messrs Medland & Francis, Solicitors, Crediton.
N.B. Two Thirds of the Purchase Money may remain on Security of the Premises, if required. Crediton, January 1st, 1839.

Thursday 31 January 1839, Issue 3826 - Gale Document No. Y3200670433
Crediton, Devon
To be Sold by Private Contract, the Fee Simple and Inheritance of the undermentioned Dwelling Houses and Premises, Situate in East-Street, in the Town of Crediton, in the following Lots:-
Lot 1. A Dwelling House, consisting of a Parlour, Kitchen, and 4 Bed Rooms, with a Courtlage and Garden, now in the occupation of MR JOHN MELLISH.
Lot 2. Another Dwelling House, with a Courtlage, and Garden, adjoining the last mentioned Premises, now occupied by Mr MANNING, Brick Maker.
Lot 3. A Dwelling House, Courtlage, and Garden, adjoining the last Lot, now occupied by MR JAMES CARTHEW, Wheelwright.
The Premises (which front the Street and New Road leading to Exeter) are newly and most substantially built, and covered with Slate; and the purchases may be completed in time to entitle the purchasers to qualify as Voters for North Devon at the next Registration.
To view the Property, apply to MR JOHN CLEAVE, Baker, East-Street, Crediton, the Owner; and for further particulars, and to treat for the purchase, either to him, or to Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated January 11th, 1839.

Thursday 7 February 1839, Issue 3827 - Gale Document No. Y3200670443
Exeter, Wednesday 6 February
Died - January 26, DOROTHEA CECILIA, the infant daughter of the REV. JAMES DEANS, of Crediton.

Died - On Friday last, the 1st inst., MR WM. UNDERHILL, millwright and engineer; of Crediton, in this county. Mr Underhill commenced business in this neighbourhood about 12 years since, and from that time has had the mechanical department of the whole of the paper-mills in this county under his care. His abilities (which his labours will prove, having in his engagements given general satisfaction,) has been not only of advantage to the manufacturers, but the means of giving employment to some hundreds of hands, from his great improvement in water power, which otherwise could not have been effected. Indeed, there are few whose natural talents surpassed those of the deceased, and his loss will be much lamented in this and adjoining counties.

Thursday 21 February 1839, Issue 3829 - Gale Document No. Y3200670467
JOHN BERRY, Plumber, Brazier, Tin Plate Worker, &c., Crediton.
Returns his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public generally, for the liberal support which he has received for the last 12 years, and respectfully solicits a continuance of their favours, and begs also to state that as Mrs PASSMORE, (the Widow of the late Mr Passmore, of Crediton, Plumber, &c) has declined the Trade, it is his intention to carry on the Business on a more enlarged scale, and hopes by the strictest attention to all orders, and moderate charges, to give satisfaction to those who may honor him with their commands.
An Apprentice Wanted.
Dated February 13, 1839.

Thursday 6 June 1839, Issue 3844 - Gale Document No. Y3200670671
Exeter, Wednesday 5 June
Married - At Morchard Bishop, on the 3rd instant, by the Rev. J. Bartholomew, JOHN HARRIS, Esq., of Crediton, to Maria, daughter of the late John Maunder, Esq., of the former place.

Thursday 13 June 1839, Issue 3845 - Gale Document No. Y3200670686
Exeter, Wednesday 12 June
Married - On the 11th inst., at Crediton, by the Rev. Septimus Palmer, M.A., WILLIAM HENRY HUGO, Esq., to Stowe Margaret, daughter of the late Major Temple, Governor of St. Sierra Leone, and niece of Admiral Temple.

Thursday 8 August 1839, Issue 3853 - Gale Document No. Y3200670791
Crediton - Desirable Dwelling-Houses, Bakehouse, shops and Premises, immediately opposite the New Market.
To be Sold by Public Auction, by Mr James Thomas, Auctioneer, at the Ship Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday the 22nd Day of August next, at the hour of Five in the Afternoon, the Fee-simple and Inheritance of the undermentioned Dwelling-Houses and Premises, Situate in North-street, in the town of Crediton, in the following Lots, (viz)
Lot 1. All that Dwelling-House, consisting of a parlour, kitchen, 3 large bed-rooms, cellars, and other offices, with Courtlage and linhay behind; now occupied by MR WILLIAM POPE, Hat Manufacturer.
Lot 2. A Dwelling House, now occupied by MR JOHN EDWARDS, consisting of a convenient shop in front, a good room behind, 3 large bed-rooms over, a cellar, with convenient offices and a Courtlage attached.
Lot 3. A Dwelling House and Bakehouse, consisting of a good shop in front, a room behind, a bake-house in which is an excellent oven, 10 feet 6 inches long and 7 feet in width, a large room over, and 3 bed-rooms, with Courtlage, linhay, and other offices, now occupied by MR STONE, Baker.
Lot 4. A Dwelling House, comprising a shop in front, a room behind and 4 bed-rooms, with a Courtlage, cellar, and other offices, now occupied by MR GOULD.
Lot 5. A Dwelling House, containing a large shop, (commanding the street each way) parlour, kitchen, cellars, 5 large bed-rooms, with Courtlage and other offices, now occupied by MR MALLETT, Linen Draper.
Lot 6. A Dwelling-House, consisting of a shop in front, 1 sitting-room, kitchen, two bed-rooms, under-ground cellar, and other offices, now vacant.
Lot 7. A Dwelling House adjoining, and formerly part of the last, consisting of a shop in front, one sitting-room, three bed-rooms, kitchen, underground cellar, and other offices, now occupied by MR BERRY, Boot and Shoe Maker.
The Property is most advantageously situated for any public business, being immediately opposite the New Market Place, in Crediton. It is capable of great improvements; the whole is well supplied with water; Immediate possession can be given of Lots 2, and 6 and early possession of the other lots. The Land Tax is redeemed, and two-thirds of the Purchase Money may (if required) remain on Mortgage of the Premises.
To view the different lots, apply to Mr JOHN EDWARDS, the owner, who resides in Lot 2, and for further particulars either to him, or to Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton. Crediton, July 31st, 1839.

Thursday 26 September 1839, Issue 3853 - Gale Document No. Y3200670901
Crediton, Devon - To be Sold, in Fee, by Private Contract, or Let for a Term of Years, from Christmas next, a good Dwelling House, Cellars, Stable, Three Cottages, Two Gardens, and a spacious and well-accustomed Brick and Tile Yard, with the Kiln, Linhays, Sheds, and every convenience for carrying on the business of a Brick and Tile Maker; situate in or near St Lawrence Green, in the West Town of Crediton aforesaid; containing together about Two Acres and half, and now and for many years past in the occupation of MR JOHN CHANNON, or his under-tenants. The superior quality of the Bricks and Tiles from this Yard, over all others in the county, has been long acknowledged. A great part of the Ground is planted with choice Apple Trees, now in their prime. There is a Pump of excellent Water under cover.
For viewing the Premises, apply to the respective Occupiers, and for further particulars to Mr Melhuish, Solicitor, Honiton.
September 23rd, 1839.

Thursday 26 September 1839, Issue 2853 - Gale Document No. Y3200670898
Exeter, Wednesday 25 September
Marriage - On Tuesday the 17th inst., at Crediton, by the Rev. S. Rowe, Mr Thomas Passmore, jun., of Newton St. Cyres, to Miss Mary Ann Tremlett, eldest daughter of Mr Samuel Tremlett, of Burnhays, Bickleigh.

Thursday 10 October 1839, Issue 3855 - Gale Document No. Y3200670927
Ship Inn and Posting House, Crediton
JAMES WILLIAMS respectfully returns his grateful thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, Commercial Gentlemen, and the Public generally, for the kind support he has hitherto received, and begs to inform them he has Removed to a New House, where the business of the Ship will in future be conducted.
J.W. begs to add that he will hoist his pendant on board the "New Ship" on the 10th October. She is well built and found, and has good accommodation, her cabins being comfortable, and her store-rooms will be found well stocked. She will take her moorings on the opposite side of the harbour, the Old Ship retaining her present moorings in a state of ordinary.
N.B. Lock-up Coach Houses, Commodious Stabling, Loose Boxes, &c. Dated October 7th, 1839.

Thursday 24 October 1839, Issue 3857 - Gale Document No. Y3200670951
To Innkeepers, and persons desirous of possessing Qualifications for North Devon.
Crediton.
To be Sold by Auction, the Fee-simple and Inheritance of Lot 1, all that Old-established and well known Inn, called The Horse and Jockey, Situate adjoining the Town of Crediton, and on the Turnpike Road leading from the North and West parts of Devon to Exeter, comprising every convenience for the Trade, and Stabling for 80 Horses, with an immense run of business.
Early Possession Can be Had.
Lot 2. A Cottage adjoining the Inn, now occupied by THOMAS GRANT, at the yearly rent of £4 10s.
Lot 3. A Cottage adjoining the last, occupied by _ BENNELLICK, at the yearly rent of £3 3s.
Lot 4. A Cottage adjoining the last lot, occupied by JAMES MURCH, at the yearly rent of £3 3s.
Lot 5. A Cottage, adjoining, occupied by ROBERT TUCKER, at the yearly rent of £3.
Lot 6. A Cottage adjoining, occupied by THOMAS MILMAN, at the yearly rent of £2 10s.
All the Premises are in good repair, and the Purchasers will be entitled to be placed on the Register of Voters for North Devon, at the next Registration.
For Sale whereof an Auction will be held at the Horse and Jockey Inn, on Monday the 11th day of November next, at the hour of 5 in the Evening. To view and for further particulars application may be made to MR THOMAS BADCOCK, of Crediton, the Owner, or to Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated Oct. 4th, 1839.

Thursday 24 October 1839, Issue 3857 - Gale Document No. Y3200670953
Exeter, Wednesday 23 October
Married - On the 16th inst., the Rev. William Blandy, late of Crediton, and now of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, to Jemima, daughter of William Robinson, Esq., of Chesterfield, banker.

Died - October 12, at Crediton, of decline JANE BURRINGTON, 2nd daughter of MR JAMES SORRELL, painter &c., aged 16 years, sincerely regretted by all who knew her.

Thursday 2 January 1840, Issue 3867 - Gale Document No. Y3200671105
Exeter, Wednesday 1 January
Died - December 26th, at Crediton, in her 94th year, MRS MARGARET CLEAVE, much respected by a large circle of relatives and friends.

Thursday 13 February 1840, Issue 3873 - Gale Document No. Y3200671204
Exeter, Wednesday 12 February
Died - At Crediton, on the 7th instant, aged 71, ELIZABETH, relict of the late CAPTAIN JOHN MANLEY, R.N.

Thursday 5 March 1840, Issue 3876 - Gale Document No. Y3200671258
Exeter, Wednesday 4 March
Died - At Crediton, 22nd February, SUSANNA, the widow of the late N. HEYDON, Esq., merchant.

Thursday 16 April 1840, Issue 3882 - Gale Document No. Y3200671352
Exeter, Wednesday 15 April
Birth - On the 14th instant, at Crediton, the Lady of WILLIAM HENRY HUGO, Esq., of a daughter.

Thursday 7 May 1840, Issue 3885 - Gale Document No. Y3200671398
Freehold Dwelling Houses & Gardens, in Crediton.
To be Sold by Auction, by Mr James Thomas, Auctioneer, at the Star Inn, in Crediton, on Thursday, the Twenty-first day of May next, at the hour of Five in the afternoon, either together in the following, or such other Lots at shall be then determined on, the Fee Simple and Inheritance, free from incumbrances, of the undermentioned, Dwelling Houses and Gardens, situate near the Star, in the East Town of Crediton, viz: -
Lot 1. A Dwelling House and Garden, now occupied by REBECCA WEST.
Lot 2. A Dwelling House and Garden adjoining the last, occupied by JAMES COCKRAM.
Lot 3. A Dwelling House and Garden adjoining the last Lot occupied by JOHN HOSEGOOD.
Lot 4. A Dwelling House and Garden adjoining the last, occupied by JAMES HERRING.
Lot 5. A Dwelling House and Garden adjoining the last, occupied by SAMUEL COLES.
Lot 6. Another Dwelling0House and Garden adjoining the Last occupied by ANN CHALLACOMBE.
Lot 7. A Dwelling House and Garden adjoining, occupied by THOMAS DOWN.
Lot 8. A Dwelling House and Garden adjoining the last now occupied by WILLIAM PUGSLEY.
All the Dwelling Houses have been recently and substantially built, are in a good state of repair, and the tenants are respectable. To view the same, apply to Mr MANNING, Brickmaker of Crediton, the Owner; and for further particulars, either to him, or to Mr Tanner, Solicitor, Crediton. Dated April 21st, 1840.

Thursday 28 May 1840, Issue 3888 - Gale Document No. Y3200671445
Crediton - To be Sold by Auction, at the Lamb Inn, in Crediton, on Wednesday, the 3rd of June next, at 6 o'clock in the Afternoon, the Fee-Simple and inheritance of and in all those Three Dwelling Houses, Situate in the East Town of Crediton, adjoining the Churchyard, and now in the several occupations of EDWARD BERRY, WILLIAM WOOLACOTT, and SARAH FLOOD, as Tenants thereof.
For further Particulars, apply to Messrs. Medland and Francis, Solicitors, Crediton. Dated 16th May 1840.

Thursday 18 June 1840, Issue 3891 - Gale Document No. Y3200671497
Crediton, Devon
To be Let, by Tender, for a Term of 5 or 10 Years, from Michaelmas next, Edbury Cottage, And 25 Acres (be the same more or less) of excellent watered Meadow, Pasture Land and Orchard, with a large Garden stocked with choice Fruit Trees and Vines, Barn, Stable, and all requisite Outbuildings, situate in the Village of Uton, in the Parish of Crediton aforesaid, late the residence of MRS MARY TREMLETT, deceased.
For viewing apply at the House, and for particulars to Mr W. TREMLETT, Grocer and Spirit Merchant, Crediton: or MR S. TREMLETT, Barnhayes, Bickleigh; to either Tenders may be sent on or before 21st June, soon after which whose Tender is approved of will have notice. Dated Bickleigh, June 8th, 1840.

Thursday 67 August 1840; Issue 3898 - Gale Document No. Y3200671625
Eloped from his Master, MR SIMON WREFORD, Willparks, Crediton, in March last, SAMUEL ANDREWS, his Apprentice, aged about 15 years. Who ever employs him after this Notice, will be prosecuted as the Law directs.
Dated Willparks, 5th August, 1840.