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To CHIPPING-NORTON, the Royal
Mail, from the Mitre, afternoon at a
quarter before one, and the Blenheim,
night at eight

To LEAMINGTON and WARWICK,
the Regulator, {torn theThree Cups and
Mitre, morning at eight

To STOW and MORETON-IN-THE-
MARSH, the Royal Mail, from the
Three Cups, afternoon at three

To WITNEY, the Royal Mail, from the
Three Cups, afternoon at three,througb
Burford

To WORCESTER,the Royal Mail. (rom
the .Mitre, afternoon at a quarter before
one; goes through Woodstock, More-
ton, Evesham and Persbore



CONVEYANCE BY RAILWAY.

ON THE OXFORD BRANCH OF THE
GRKAT WESTERN RAILWAY; THE
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE RAILWAY, AND
THE OXFORD JUNCTION RAILWAY.

Station, Abingdon road, nearly one mile
from the centre of the city— James
Kelly, superintendent.

CoacAfS and Omnibuses from the Angel;
Golden Crois; King's ArmsjMitie;
Boebock ; Star; Three Cups; Three
Goats; Wheatsheaf and Anchor, and
Lamb and Flag, to the station, await
the arrival, and attend the departure of
the several trains.



CONVEYANCES.
CARRIERS

BY RAIL.

To LONDON and all parts of the King-
dom, the Railway Company, from their
station Abingdon road — Christopher
Waddell, agent
*♦* Goods are also delivered in Oxford

from, and taken to the station daily, by

— Shrubbs, from the New Inn, St. Al-
date's, James Steanc, Corn Market st, and

Pickford & Co. 4 Queen st, daily.
BY ROAD.

ToLON DON, John Payne, from the Ship
Inn, Sunday, Wednesday and Friday

To ABINGDON, James Preslon, from
the Three Goals, Saturday, and Richd.
Whiting, from his bouse, St. Aldate st,
daily

To AYLESBURY, Henry Govin, from
the Star and Garter, and William Web-
ster, from the Bell, Weduesdny and
Friday

To BAMPTON, John Shepherd, from
the Star and Garter, Wednesday and
Saturday ; James Hastings, from the
Bell, Friday, and Hannah Orpwood,
from the Sherborne Arms, Saturday

To BANBURY, Charles East, from the
Star and Garter. William Edmonds,
from the White Hart, Charles Needle,
from the Three Goats, and Edward So-
merton, from the same Inn, Thursday;
and James Hayward, from the Ship,
Saturday

ToBENSlNGTON, John Bond Archer,
from the Ship, Saturday

To BICESTER, James Goble, from the
Star and Garter, William Edmonds,
from the White Hart, and 1 homai
Matthews, from the Crown, Wednesday
and Saturday

To BLETCHINGTON, Thomas Cripps,
from the Plough, Saturdav

To BRACKLEY, James Wisdom, from
the Maniuess of (jranby. Saturday

To BRILL, Henry Govier, from the Star
and Garter, Wednesday and Saturday

To BUCKlNGHAM,Thomas Giles, from
the Star and Garter, Wednesday and
Saturday, and Edward Radbone, from
the Balloon, Saturday

To BURFORD, John Fisher, from the
Three (ioats, Wednesday and Saturday,
and John Payne, from the Ship, Thurs-
day and Saturday

To CHARLBURY,WilIiam Basket,f rom
the Crown, and Jonathan Sorrell, from
the Star and Garter, Wednesday and
Saturday

To CHINNOR, James White, from the
Star and Garter, Saturday

To CHIPPING-NORTON, Henry Ma-
son, from the S'ar and Garter,Satorday

To DEDDINGTON, John Payne, from
the Ship, Tuesday and Saturday; Chas.
Needle, from the Three Goats, Thurs-
day, and Thomas Nutt, from the same
Inn, Saturday



To DORCHESTER, John Bond Archer,
from the Ship, Wednesday & Saturday

To ENSHAM, Daniel Day, from the
Cross Keys, and William Knolding,
from the Anchor, Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday

To ENSTONE, Charles Collins, from tlw
Ship, Saturday

To FARINGDttN, Henry Bradfield,from

the Plough, Wednesday and Saturday;
Henry Smith, from the Star and Gaiter,
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ,and
George Mansfield, from the Lamb and
Flag, Saturday

To HENLEY, Joseph Bond, from lh«
Star and Garter,Wednesday&Saturday

To HOOK-NORTON, Edwd.Somerton,
from the Three Goats, Saturday

To KIDLINGTON, William Bricknell,
from tie Three Goats, Tuesday, Wed-
nesday, Friday and Saturday

To LOW ER HAYFORD,Jas, Hayward,

from the Ship, Saturday

To NORTHA.MPTON, TOWCESTER,
&c. Edmund Giles, from the Star and
Garter, and James Wisdom, from the
Marquess of Granby, Saturday

To READING, Joseph Bond, from the
Star and Garter,Wedne3ilay& Saturday,
and James Preslon, from the 'i'bree
Goats, Saturday

To STAN LAKE, John Widdows, from
the Anchor, Wednesday and Saturday

To STANTON. HARCOURT. John
Potter, from the Anchor, Wednesday
and Saturday

To STKVENTON, John Holloway.from
the New Inn, Wednesdayand Saturday

To THAME, William Webster, from the
Bell, Wednesday and Saturday, and
James White, from the Star and Garter,
John Howlty, from the Crown, and
Edward Radbone, from the Balloon,
Saturday

To WALLING FORD, James Preston,
from the Bell, Monday, 'Ihursday and
Saturday

To WANTAGE, Samuel Simj, from the
Crown, Wednesday and Saturday

To WOODSTOt;K. Edmund Somerson,
from the 1 hree Goats, Wednesday and
Saturday

To WITNEY, James Hastings, from the
Bell, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Saturday; Johii Fisher, fiom the
ThreeCocks, Wednesday and Saturday,
and William Leake, from the Crown,
Thursday

To WYCOMBE, James White, from the

Star and Garter, Saturday

CONVEYANCE BY WATER.

To BIRMINGHAM, BANBURY, and

intermediate places, Boats, from the
Canal Wharf, New road, twice a week.



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THAME,

WITH THE VILLAGES OF TETSWORTH AND NEIGHBOURHOODS.
TLHAME is a parish ill ihe hundred of its name— the , it was only upon the death of the lafe incutDbent,
market town, a small one, is 44 mili-s N.w. by w. from who was the schoolmaster, and occupied the school-
London, 12 E. from Oxford, and 9 s.w. from Aylcs- , premises (but not ;is a school), that the establishment
liurv (Burks)— fioin whicli last-named town proceeds j was re-opened in 1842, and bids fair, under the super-
a branch line to the London and North-Western rail- 1 intendcnce of the present able master. Dr. Fooks, to
wav. The town is cheerfully sealed on the banks of attain that celebrity it formerly enjoyed. There are



the river from which it takes its name, and immediately
upon the bonier of the county next Buckinghatnshire.
It appears tliat this place was of some conseiiut-ncf
dminn the iiicursion> of the Dam s, as they erected a
foitifiiation here, which was afterwards surrendered
to the aims of Edward the Elder. In the reign of
Henry HI, the great road leading to Aylesbury was
brought ttirongh the town- a circumsiance which
tended considerably, at that period, to increase its tradf
and >ince the rrpustrnction of the railroad above-men-
tioned some trifling additumal advantage has accrued ;
but the main business of the i)lace is confined to sup-
plying general necessaries to the inhabitants, who are
also benefitted to some extent by its weekly niarkeis
and well attended fairs. Thame is included in the
thirty-eighth circuit of towns under the County Court
Act, passed in 1846, for the recovery of debts to any
amount not exceeding £20.

The parish churi h of Saint Mary is a large and hand-
some cruciform structure, in the early English style of
architecture, with an embatiled tower rising from the
intersection, and supported on four massive pillars:
the liiing is a discharged vicarage, which is at present
eijoyed by the Hev. James Pros>er. In the chancel of
the chuich is a tomb of white marble, with an efligy
to the memory of Lord Williams, who bequeathed
estates for the foundation of a fieegiammar scIhjoI,
erected by his executors in 1569, for the instruction of
tweiitv-fi»e boys : for many years, however, the foun-
der's benevolent intentions were not carried out; and



places of worship for Baptists, Independents and Wes-
leyaii Methodists. There are National and Baptist
schools, almshouses for five poor men and one woman,
an apprenticeship fund, and some benefactions to the
poor in clothing, bread, &c. The mutual improvement
society recently estalilished, consists of about one hun-
dred members, who have a well selected library of
five hundred volumes. The society hold meetings for
I he delivery of lectures, discussion', &c. The land
around here is very fertile and well cultivated, and
some pleasing scenery presents itself, especially that
obtained fiom a gentle eminence near the town, which
commands a fine view of the Chiltern hills. The mar-
ket, which is held on Tuesday, is well sup|)lied with
cori!, cattle and poultry. Faiis, Tuesday in Easter-
week, the Tuesday beforeWhit-Sunday, the first Tues-
day in July, and October 11th for fat cattle. The
parish contained in 1831, 2,885 inhabitants, and in
1841, 3,060.

Tetsworth is a parish, in the same hundred as
Thame — the village is 4 miles s. by w. from that town;
situated on the gi eat road from London to Oxford,
Cheltenham, &c. : it consequently occupies a position
of some consequence, and, before the opening of rail-
ways, derived no inconsiderable advantage as a
thoroughfare village. The places of worship are the
palish church of Saint Giles (a small building), and a
chapel for Independents. The livinii of Tetswonh is a
curacy, enjoyed at present by the Rev. John Peers.
Population of the parish about 600.



POST OFFICE^ Thame, Frances Wallis Parsons, Post Mistress. — Letters from London, Birmingham,
Manchester, Liverpool and all parts of the North of England, likewise from Ikeland and Scotland,
arrive every morning at five and evening at half-past sis, and are despatched at a quarter before nine in the
morning and nine in the evening.

Letters from Woodstock, Oxford, &c. arrive every morning at five, and are despatched at nine at night;
and from Avlesbury, &c. at half-past five in the eveniiin, and are despatched at a quarter before nine, morng.

POST OFFICE, Tetsworth, William Lindars, Post Master. — Letters from London and various parts
arrive every morniiii; at three, and are desp itched at ten minuter past ten at night; and from Thame, &c. at
twenty minutes past ten in the morning, aud are despatched at half-past four in the afternoon.



NOBILITY, GENTRY, AND
CLERGY.

Bartholomew Rev. James, Thame
Cox Miss .Mary, Thame
Cozens Thomas, Esq. Lashlake
Ebiickllev. John, a.m., Thame
Eeles .Mr. John, Thame
Eeles Mrs. Judiih, Tnanie
Fooks Rev. 'iliomas Broadley,D.c.L.
Harding Mr .William, Thame
Hedges Mrs. — , Thame
Lee Mrs. Elizalieth, Thame
Peers Rev. John, IVtsworih
ProsserRev.James,Vicai age, Thame
Stanley Mr. William, Tetsworth
Stone John, Esq. Prebendal House
Stone Mrs. —, Thame
Toovey William, Esq. Thame
'i'urner Mrs. Elizabt th, Thame
Wen man the Baroness — , Thame

Paik
Winslow Rol)erf, Esq. Thame
Wvk.ham Philip Herbeit, Esq.,

'( magistrate), Tythi op House
Young Rev. James, 'I'etsworih

ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

Endowed (iiiAM.MAit School —

Rev. I hos.B. Fooks.D.c.L. master
Fooks Rev.Thomas Bioadley.D.c.L.

(boarding), Tiiame
HiwleyJohn Hugh (boarding and

day), Piit St end School
lNrANTs'ScHooi.,Thame — Caroline

Eden, mistress
National School, Thame — Tlios.

Bonner, master; Jemima Pearce,

mistress

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National School, Tetsworth —
Abiel Whichello, master; Mary
Dear, mistress [Thame

Nichols Mary (boarding and day).

Royal British ScH00LS,Thaine —
James .Marsh, master; Sarah
limdley, mistress

ToddSophia(boarding & day),Thanie

ATTORNEYS.

Hollaway Richard, Thame
Hollier John, Than e

AUCTIONEERS Ac APPRAISRS.

Howlaiid Robert (and land agent),
Lashlake [Inn, Thame

Smith & Son, at the Spread Eagle
BAKERS.

Dunkin David, Thame

Hewland Thomas, Thame

Howes Thomas, Thame

Mead Geoige, Thame

Peaice Henry, 'I bame

Prickett Henry, Thame

Richardson James (and confec-
tioner), Thame

Shrimptou ThomH", Tetsworth

.Spiers Joseph, Thame

.Stone Edward, Thame

Whitmill Job, Tliainc

BANKERS.

Aylesbury Old Bank, Thame—
(Branch) — (draw on Praed & Co.
London) — Thomas Stone, agent

London and County Bank —
(draw on the head office, London
— (open T'ucsday's)— Alfred Self,
manager



Savings' Bank, Thame— (open on
Tuesdays) — \ViHiain Scadding,
actuary

BLACKSMITHS,

Clavton Thomas, Thame

Davis Edward, Thame

Howse Thomas, Thame

Messer Joseph, Thame

BOOKSELLERS 6l STATIONRS.

Bradford Henry (& printcr),Thame
Rohson Elizaheth Ann (and tea

dealer), Thame
Scadding William, Tiiame

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.

Betts John, Tetsworth
Beits William Thame
Brickwell William, Thame
Cooper Emanuel, Thame
Cope Philip, Thame
Crook John, Tetsworth
Davis Daniel, Thame
Griffin John, Tetsworth
Lester Thomas, Moiton
Neweit Robert, Thame
Pearce Allied (dealei ), Thame
Wood Thomas, Thame

BRICK MAKERS.

Holland Giles, Thame
Stone Isaac, Thame

BRICKLAYERS & PLASTRERS.

Battin Robert, Thame
Howland William, Thame
Munday John, Tetsworth
Parslow James, Tetsworth



©irectorp.



BUTCHERS.

Castle Thomas, Tliaine
Cooper Kitoi), Tliame
Phillips Faancis, Thame
Phillips Francis & Joseph, Tiiame
RichmoiKl Henry, Thame
Wainvvrlght George, Tliame

CABINET MAKERS.

Miller & Son(& furniture brokers),

Tliame
Stone Arthur, Thame
Stone Rohert, Thame
CARPENTERS gt BUILDERS.
Bowler Micliard, Thame
Bowler Samuel, Thame
Holland Giles Thame
Potter John, 'I'hame
Stone Arthur, Thame
Stone Isaac, Thame
CHEMISTS AND DRUaGISTS.
Simmons William (and oil and

colourmaii), Thame
Thorp William, Thame
CHINA, GLASSj&c. DEALERS.
Saunders Richard Wells, Thame
Turner William, Thame

COAL DEALERS.
Eele Thomas, Tliame
Wixon Robert, ihanie

COOPERS.

Hall Henry, TlMine
Staples Stephen & Abel (& timber
dealers), Thame

CORN DEALERS.

Black well Mary, Thame
Castle Williiim Movry, Thame
Shrimpton James (and hop mer-
chant), Tetsworth
Shrimpton Job, Thame

FIRE, ace. OFFICE AGENTS.
Atlas, Geo Shrimpton, Tetswoith
BiiiTisn Empire, John Walker,

Thame
Church of FZngland, Francis W.
Saunders, Thame

COUNTV (fire) & l'ROVIDENT(life),

Thomas H. Seymour, Thame

Farmers' (fire & life), Stephen
J. Johnson, Thnnie

Oeneral, Willi-im Johnson.Thame

Norwich Union (fire and lit'e^,
William Scadding, Thame

Property Protection, Richard
Hollovvny, Thame

Royal Exchange, Henry Brad-
ford, Thame

Sun, Hobert Howland, Lashlake

GARDENERS 6e SEEDSMEN.

Clisby John, 'I'hame

Matthews John, Thame

iVlears Henry, Thame

Mears James, Thame

Walker John (& floiist), Thame

GROCERS 6e TEA DEALERS.

Marked Ihus * are Tallow Chandlers.

{See also Shopkeepers, ^r.)
•Seymour Thomas Hearne (& spirit

merchant), Thame
Shrimpton George, Tetswortli
Stevens James Sheen, Thame
•Stone George, Thame
SutUni Thomas Seagrave (& spirit

met chant;, Thame
Walker Stephen, Thame
Weston P. & D., Thame

GUNSMITHS.
Horton John, Thrime
Tomlinson Job, Thiime

HAIR DRESSERS.

Burnett Edward, Thame
Simons John, Thame
Toms Richard, Tetswoith



JPHAME, &c.

INNS-
COMMERCIAL AND POSTING.

See also Taverns 8f Public Houses.)
Spread Eagle.Geo. Siminons,Thame
Swan, George Phillips, Thame
Swan, Wm. Lindars.Tetswoith
IRONMONGERS Ac BRAZIERS.
Fielding Geoige, Thame
Horton William, Thame
MesserThomas (and oil and colour-
man), Thame
Pouting Daniel (and oil and colour
merchant, agriiultuial implement
maker, and agent for Ransome's
and May's and Howard & Sons'
ploughs), Thame

LINEN DRAPERS, HABER-
DASHERS & HOSIERS.

Abbott William, Thame
Bradshaw Edward,Thame
Hunt George, Tbanie
Stone & Diplock, Thame
Walker Susannah, Telsworth
Weston P. & D., Thame

MALTSTERS.

Field Samuel, Thame
Parsons & 'I'ingle (and hop mer-
chants), Thame
Shrimpton James, Tetswortli
Shrimpton Job, Thame

MILLERS.

Foster Gubriel, 'I'hame
Slirimphjii Job, 'Thame
MILLINERS (ScDRESS MAKERS
Huit Mary, Thame
Phillips Sophia, Thame
Ray Harriet & Dicima, Thame
Saunders Mary, Tliame
Taplin William, 'I'hame

PAINTERS, PLUMBERS, &C.

Barton Richard, Thame
Cistle Nathaniel, 'I'hame
LaceySamuel, Tliame
SADDLERS AMD HARNESS
MAKERS.
Jarvls David, Thame
Saunders Franci^ Woolhouse.Thame
Saunders Richard Wells, Thame

SHOPKEEPERS&DEALERS IN
GROCERIES 6c SUNDRIES.

Aston Sarah, Thame

Berry Kdward, Tetswoith

Biistow 'Thomas, Thame I

Clisi'V Francis, 'Thame

Fenner Georee, 'Thame '

Holland Giles, Thame

Hntt Levi, Thame

Jarvis Alfred, Thame ,

Pearce Mary, 'Thame '

Phillips Jamts, Thame 1

Prickett Henry, Thame j

Seymour Daniel, Thnnie I

Wheeler William, 'Thame !

Wixon Robert, Tlinme i

STRAW BONNET MAKERS. |

Pearce Mary Ann, Thame j

Pearce Rebecca. 'Thame

Ray Harriet & Decima, Thame

Saunders Mary, 'Tliame

Turner William, 'Thame

Wheeler Ellen, 'Thame

SURGEONS.

Lee Ricliard, 'Thame
Lupton Henry, 'Thame
Reynolds Henry Wells, 'Thame
Wakeman George, 'Thame

TAILORS.
Bird Edward, Thame
Clarke Harry, Thame
Dodwell 'Thomas, Thame



Ellis William, Tetswortli
Flight EdwHrd, 'Thame
Pearce Alfred, Thame
Pearce Joseph, Thame
Seymour John, 'Thame
Seymour Joseph, 'Thame
TAVERNS te PUBLIC HOUSES.
Abingdon Arms, .lacol) Watson, Tliame
Anchor, John Webster, Thame
liell, Thomas Lester-, Morton
Birdcage, John Horton, Thame
Black Horse, James Barion, Thame
Blue Man, John Meud, Thame
Bull, William Webster, Thame
Crown, Charlotte Nult, Telsworth
Fighlinir Clicks, Wm. Hewlett, Thame
Horse Shoes, Joseph Newitt, Thame
KniR's Arms, IMarthaHolliday,Tet3Worlh
>ag's Head, Robert B.ttin, Thame
One Bell, Thomas Sheldon, Thame
Red Cow, Thomas Pearce, Thame
Red Lion, John Cjriflin,'retsworlh
Royal Oak, George Colinz, Tetswortli
Boyal Oak, William Edden, Morton
Saracen 's Head, Francis Seymour.Thame
Seven Stars. Henry Pearce, Thame
Six Bells, William Clisby, Thame
White Horse, William Latham & Abel
Hill, Thame

Retailers of Beer

Bonner Thomas, Thame
Bonney Charles, Thame
1 Bowler Richard, Thame
Bnrriard Thoma«, I'hame
Dunkin Uavid, Thame
F,chools in the iieiehboinhood. Watlington
Prtik, the «eat of T. S. Carter, Esq., Shirbnrn Castle,
that of the Earl of Macclesfield; and Svviiicombe
House, the Rev. C. K. Keene, are beautiful residences
ill the neiglibourhood. The small market, held ou
Saturday, is chiefly for corn. Two fairs (or more cor-
rectly, statutes — heint? principally meetines for liirinc;
servants by the neighbouring farmer^) are held ou the
Saturday before and the Saturday after Old Rlichael-
inas-day. The parish contained, in 1831, 1,833 in-
habitants, and in 1841, 1,8.55.

EuELME is a parish, giving name lo a hundred — the
village is about 3^ miles s. w. from Watlington ; situ-
ated on the road to Wallingford — from which it is
about 4^ miles distant. This jilace, commonly called
Newehne, is of considerable antiquity, and was tor-
nierly of some consideration. In 14.37 William de la
Pole, Duke of Suffolk, erected a mansion, a neat hos-
pital, and a church — in the latter, which is dedicated
to Saint Maiy, Ids lady was buried, beneath a beautiful
tomb, enriched with numerous alabaster figures of
angels : the living is a rectory, annexed to the Regius
professor of Divinity at OxforcL Tiie hospital, called
God's House, which still exists, was for two priests
and thirteen poor n)en — the patronaije is in tiie .same
as that of the chut ch living. Tlie parish contained, in
in 1841, 663 inhabitants.



ATLIXGTON is a parish in the hundred nf Pir-
ton — the mat liet town, a small one, is 45 miles w.N.w.
from London, 18 s. e. from Oxford, and 8 N. E. from
Wallingford (IJerk'-) — a station town near the lineof the
(jreat Western railway. The ancient British mode of
constructing theirdwellings, with tcattUng, or wicker-
wot k, is deemed to he the oiigiii of the name of this
town: if tilts l)e tlie true etymology, its existence
mu-t he of high antiquity. It had anciently a castle,
of which th-jie are now no vestiges. The town situ-
ated at tlie base of the Cliiltern hills, is iriegulaily
built ; it is not animuted by factories (if we exeept a
rather considerable trade in shoe making, la'ely sprung
np), liut derives its principal sup|)ort from agiicultuie.
Two corn mills ate propelled by a stream that issues
from the adjacent hills. 'I'he manor is held by the
Earl of .Macclesfield and E. H. Hulton, Esq. : the loids,
alteriiat' ly, hold courts leet twice iu the year, and the
ina:istraies for the division sit iu petty session liere
once a fnrtiii^hr.

The places of worship are the neat little parish
claiicli of Saint Mary (or as some assert SainlLeonard)
and chapels (or Independents and IMetho'lists : the
living of VVatlim;ton is a vicarage, of wliich ihe Rev.
William Laiigloid is the present incumbent. The free
gi aiiimar sr liotd bete was originally founded by Thos.
de Stoiiot, in 1644, and foiinerly was one ofthe best

POST OFFICE^ Coaching-street, Rose Pearce, Post Mistress. — Letters from London and all parts
at rive (from Tetsworth) every morning at eight, and ate despatched thereto at a quarter past six, evening.



NOBILITY, GENTRY AND
CLERGY.

Brown .Itdin, Em].. Kingstone
Carter Thomas Sheen, Esq., Wat-



Online LibraryI. (Isaac) SlaterSlater's royal national and commercial directory and topography of the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, and Suffolk : comprising classi → online text (page 100 of 131)