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Harrison Rev. John Holden, incumbent of i Turner CJeorge, draper, Hunton hill

Water Orton ! Wallis John, gentleman

Haycock Samuel, gentleman Wallis William, gent. The Grange

Hill Mr. Daniel, Hunton hill Wallis William, timber mert. Gravelly hill



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Wareinj? James, tailor and drajjcr
\Vatts Rev. Francis, independent minister
Wheelwright Win. gent. Erdington Hall
Whitehouse John, builder, Moor End grn.
Whitfield Edward, factor
Williams Hy.. copper plate engraver, Slade
Willmot (ieorge, surveyor
Wilton C harles, beerhouse and butcher
Wilton John, butcher and fanner
Winton Harry. spoon manui'r., Tolly Houses
Woodward John, engraver
Wright (ieorge, gardener

Farmers.

Bateman John, Shortheath

Dawson Joseph

Edwards J as. Birches green



.ASTON PARISH Dl RECTOR V.

Inns and Taverns.



Bell and Cuckoo, George Starkey
I Cross Keys. William Moore, (and cooper)

Erdington Arms, G. Hailstone. Gravelly hi
I Green Mann Inn, Robert Mc'Leish
! Hare and Hounds, Linueus Cutler, Witton
: Old Green Man, G. F. Ryman, Broniford
I Roe Buck, Maria Greensall

White Lion, Ellen Bannister
I Swan, Samuel Littlehales



j H olden H. Birches green

I Kesterton Catherine

i Kesterton Charles

1 Morris Edward



Pickering Sophia, Court In
Reynolds John. Tybu'tt
Shepley M. Birches green
Terry James. Berwood
Timbrill T. Birches green
W hitehouse J .B.Mott H ouse

SALTLEV AxNO WASHVVOOU.

ThoiC marked * reaide at Wa^ih ivouil .



Harrison Eliza, (Ar maltster) ! Mould Thomas

Hiirrison Joseph, Court lane Oldacre Elizabeth, Witton



•Allcock Mrs Esther

•Anthony John, gentleman

•Bagnall Cornelius, maltster, brickmaker,

and beerhouse
•Baynes Robert, artist
Bradley William, wheelwright
Bralee Henry, shoemaker
•Breedon Samuel, gun furniture manufctr
Butler, Sj)ilslniry, and Co., wire drawers,

Saltlev \Mre Mills
•Croft Miss Maria
Evans Jcdm. grocer and tea dealer
Foden Abraham, blacksmith
Hailstt)ne (. harles, blacksmith
•Hill Joseph, fancy steel toy manufacturer

• Line Joseph, maltster
Nichols John, butcher

• Powers John, gentleman
Richards Joseph, beerhouse
•Sheldon Frederick Theodore, clerk
Shepheard Charles, beerhouse

WAKD KNU AND

liaker Thf)mas, clock maker

Hutton William Es(|., Ward End Hall

Lee Joseph, corn miller, Ward End Mill

Luckman Thomas, vict.. Barley Mow

Marshall Ceorge, l)ank maiiagrr

Marshall Henry, bank clerk

Marshall Isaac, timber mert. Hallam rock

W ATE II

Day William, victualler. Royal Oak
Halfrt\eld Henry

LITTLE liROMWIClL

Matthews W. vict. «fc blksmth. Fox dcGoosu
Farmers.

Cooper James, Tiu; ti range
Daft(»rn Robert Bond
Dyer Thunias
Lane Thonuis
Line Charles Allen

OR rox.

Williams John, smith and parish clerk

Farmers.

Cooper John, (and builder)
Day Thomas
Jenkins W illiani
Mar>liull .losiiih
Wakefield Thomas
^^"ood Francis



Terry William, gentleman

WITTON.

Ashford R. pleasure gardens. Boat Tavrn. 1 Shyrte Mary, school. The
Bodingtuii Mr. Nathan i Walker Josi-ph, beerhtmse

Jones Abraham, Hpade and shovel manu- Wallis Joseph, gentleman
facturi-r, and beerhouse I

Farmers. ' Brown Jph. Witton Hall farm | Short John

Aphmall ( lins. Hroi.k farm i (Jibbs Eliz. (and gardener)
Bragg William ^ Potter Joseph



Hall



Wells Geo. Whit ton Lodge
Wells Joseph, I'ppcrWitlon



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PATENT MAGNETO PLATE WORKS,



AND



GENERAL PLATING MANUFACTORY,



i.; .V jj, .N«aiTH\vuuiJ ST.

ST. PAUL'S,

BIRMINGHAM.



4 J), SALiijjbivi SQUARE.

FLEET STREET,

LONDON.



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ESTABLISHED 1818.



THOMAS PRIME,

MuiuiiLictuixr of Dessuri Knives and Forks, Spoons, Forks, Ladles,
Fish Carvers and Slices, Nutcracks, Grape Scissors, Toast Racks,
Snuffers and Trays, Cruet and Liquor Frames, Waiters, Tea and
Coffee Sei'vices, &c. &c. Magneto Plated on White Metal and on
Steel ; also in Superior German Silver.



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MERCHANTS' AND FACTORS' ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.

A,V A-\iPr.K STOCK BEI>IG ALU'AYS OV HVXn.



T. P.' would I'emark, that the beautiful process of the Electro
Deposition of Silver, Gold, &c. by the agency of Magnetic Machinery,
was first brought to practical perfection by him, at his Works in
Binningham, where it has been in full operation more than six years.



IVATKNT OTMXTl^T) ArorST 1st. 1812.



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ADVERTISEMENTS.



1



CHARLES JAMES SMITH,

No. 28, WHITTALL STREET, BIRMINGHAM,
AND Nu. 24, KING fFILLIAM STREET, CITY, LONDON,

PATENTEE AND SOLE MANUFACTURER OF THE

MAGAZINE SELF-PRIMING GUMS,

RIFLES. AND PISTOLS,

OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOX.




No. 4.




No. 5.



No. 6.





No. 7.




REFERENCE.



1. Common Musket.

2. Double Patent Rifle,
with Magazine Self-priminir^
Locks, discharging 40 times
with once Priming.

3. Patent Six Shot Gun,
firing 30 times with once
Pruning.

4. Patent Six Shot Maga-
zine Self-priming Pistol.

*?>. Patent Powder Flask,
loadiug six Dinrels at ik(\

6. Top of JJitto.

7. Patent Double Pistol,



ADVERTISEMENTS.



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BIRMINGHAim,

GENERAL BRASS FOUNDER.



AXD

BRASS CURTAIN RINGS & NAILS,

Cornice Pole, Screw, Picture, Pishing Rod, Umbrella, Parasol,

and every olhcr descripiion of

BRASS RINGS,

WHOLESALE AND FOR EXPORTATION.

raUTUAL SI0NE7 ASSOCIATION,

coNPrcrcn by

MATTHIAS GREEN,

No. 4, SUMiyrER HILL TERRACE, BIRMINGHAM.

FOUNDED lb



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