|NOBILITY, GENTRY AND CLERGY
Askew Rev Joseph, Northleach.
Aston Rev Frederick, Northleach.
Beynon Miss Matilda, Northleach.
Biscoe Rev Frederick, Turk Dean.
Bouldier Rev John, Farmington.
Hewer Mirs Ann, Northleach.
Larkington Miss -- Farmington.
Rice Rev Richard, Hamnet.
Sherborne the Right Hoble. Lord, Sherborne Park.
Southall Mr Charles, Northleach.
Thorp Rev Charles, Northleach.
Turner Mr Joseph, Northleach.
Waller Harry Edmund, Esq, Farmington Lodge.
ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS
Blanch Jane (day)
De Coudre Ann (day)
Dyer Joyce (Day)
Charity School Susannah Dyer and Elizabeth Peacy, mistresses.
Free Grammar School Rev Joseph Askew, head master ; Rev Richard Rice and John Peacey, assistants
Infants School Mary Febry, mistress
Bedwell John R surgeon.
Boulton Thomas, surgeon.
Higham John, surgeon.
Newmarch George Frederick, clerk to the commissioners of Crickley Hill and Campsfielf turnpike roads, Office, Dollar Street, Cirencester.
Ristle Joseph, surgeon.
Stiles Henry, attorney and superintendent registrar.
County Of Gloucester Bank, Henry Stiles agent.
Gloucestershire Banking Company, John Craddock agent.
FIRE &C OFFICE AGENTS
Farmers And General, Richard Goodman.
London Mutual (life and guarantee) Habgood & Wane.
Norwich Union, Thos. Wilkinson.
INNS AND PUBLIC HOUSES
Farriers Arms, John Wheeler.
Kings Head Inn (and posting house) Isaac Day.
Red Lion, John Window.
Rose and Crown, William Clifford.
Sherborne Arms, William Sparshott.
Union, Elizabeth Ball.
Wheatsheath, Martha Powell.
SHOPKEEPERS & TRADERS
Acock Amy, toy dealer.
Acock John, chair maker.
Barnard Thomas, stone mason and beer retailer.
Bee John, carpenter.
Bee William, carpenter.
Blanch John, plumber and glazier.
Brindle William, cooper.
Burge Robert, saddler.
Clarck George, druggist and stationer.
Clary Benjamin, tailor.
Curtis Nathan, baker.
Duckett Wm. N. grocer and draper.
Dyer Robert, maltster and carpenter.
Earle John, carpenter.
Evans James, tailor.
Field Thomas, tailor.
Gardener Thomas, butcher.
Green John, beer retailer.
Habgood & Wane, drapers and grocers.
Halford William, watch maker and shopkeeper.
Harding Richard, tailor.
Harding Wm, maltster and butcher.
Hathaway Charlotte, milliner.
Haynes Charles, haberdasher.
Hemmings Richard, plasterer.
Ireland Ephraim, police inspector.
Jefferies Wm, chair and basket maker.
Jones James, tailor.
Joynes Priscilla, shopkeeper.
Margets Cornelius, shoe maker.
Midwinter Benjamin, stone mason.
Midwinter George, miller.
Midwinter Jonathan, pork butcher and chine dealer.
Midwinter William, wheelwright.
Organ Elizabeth, dress maker.
Parker John, fellmonger.
Peacey John, Stationer.
Powell Charles, butcher.
Price William, shoeing smith.
Roberts Isaac, shoe maker.
Roberts John, gardener and seedsman.
Roffe Edmund, stone mason.
Sheppard John, slater and plasterer.
Simpson Frederick, hair dresser.
Smith Betsy, straw bonnet maker.
Soul Avies, milliner & dress maker.
Soul Joseph, farrier.
Taylor Richard, beer retailer.
Teal Thomas, brazier and tinman.
Thorndell John, shopkeeper.
Walker James, corn, seed and coal merchant.
Watts George, shopkeeper.
Wenman John, baker.
Westmacott Amy, shopkeeper.
Westmacott John, shoe maker and ironmonger.
Wheeler John, blacksmith.
Wheeler John, beer retailer.
Wilkinson Thomas, grocer and draper.
Window John, baker.
Wood William, shopkeeper.
POOR LAW UNION
Master John Davis.
Matron Eliza Hine.
Schoolmaster Henry Wison.
Schoolmistress Eliza Councer.
Chaplain Rev. Joseph Askew.
Clerk to the board of Guardians Henry Stiles
Relieving Officers Charles Hathaway and Richard Kendrick.
To Cheltenham, the Rival (from Oxford), calls at the Kings Head, every evening (Sundays excepted) at half past six.
To Oxford, the Rival (from Cheltenham) calls at the Kings Head, every morning (Sundays excepted) at twenty minutes past eleven.
The nearest Station is Cirencester, about elevan miles distant on the Western Union Railway. Cheltenham, thirteen miles distant, is a Station on the Birmingham Gloucester line.
There is a Coach daily to Cheltenham, as stated above.
To Cheltenham, Thomas Haines and Co from their warehose, Wednesday and Saturday.
To Cirencester, Charles Restell, from his house, Monday and Friday and Richard Taylor, on Monday.
To Gloucester, James Hawker and Richard Taylor, from their respective houses, Thursday.
To Oxford, Thomas Haines & Co, Tuesday and Friday.