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Muiton Samuel, Yaxley

Owles William, Hoxne

0«vles William, Oakley

Paiie John, Broome

Parke James, Eye

Parke Mary, Broome

Perry Joseph, Eye

Read Harriet & iMatilda, Hoxne

Riches William. Eye

Rush Charles, Hoxne

Rush Charles, Oakley

Rush Robert, Hoxne

Ru«h Robert, Oakley

Rush William, Oakley

Saunders Sainm-l, Oakley

Seweil Ann, Eye

Sheppard Catherine, Broome

Spurdons William, Yaxley

Taylor Robert, Hoxne

Taylor Thomas, Broome

Ti I lett Robert, Yaxley

Todd Robert, Eye

Todd Samuel, Oakley

Wells Robert, Mellis

Whitmore Mary, Mellis

Wilson John, Hoxne

FIRE, &c. OFFICE AGENTS.

ALiiANCE(life),Hy. Bishop, Broad st
Atlas, Charles Cream. Lmnbseth st
City of London (life), Charles

Cream, Lambseth st
Clerical, Medical and General
(life), Geo. W. Lawton, Castle st
County (hail storm), Samuel Gis-
sing, Broad st
Globe, Thomas Ulton, & Edjjar
Chenery, Castle st [Broad st

Indisputable (life), Robert Bisliop,
London, Thomas Cracknell, Hoxne
Norwich EQUiTABLE(fire).Richaai
Nurse, Broad st [Broad st

Norwich Union, William Barber,
Norwich Union (fire),Hy.Hi>hop,
Broad st [Lawton, Castic»t

Palladium (life), George Warnef
Royal Exchange, Samuel Gissing,

Broad st
Royal Farmers' and General
(and cattle), Charles F. Coster-
ton, Castle st [ton. Castle st
Suffolk Amicable, French&Law-
United Kingdom (life), Samnel
GiEHing, Broad tt

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EYE, &c.



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OINOER BEER AND SODA
WATER MAKERS.

Bird H.iiry, Ciiiiicl) st
Nurse Riciianl, Broad st
GROCERS AND DEALERS IN
SUNDRIES.

Bishop Henry, lirnatl st

Boirftt John, Lowgate st

Carttr Kdmuud, Hoxne

Clark William, Oakley

Collins John (and tallow chandler),

Church st
Coppin William, Mollis
Cracknell Iliciiard & Thos., Hoxne
Cross Charles, Laiiihseth st
Dade Robert, .Masdalene st
Dove James. Cliurcli st
Moore David, Yiixley
;Mudd George, Clnirch si
Ottowell Francis, Mellis
Pashler Charles, Castle s»
Prime Tlioiiias, Mellis
Rockett Ch;ir!otte, Yaxley
Sirutt Joseph, Church st
Taylor John, Hoxne
Watling John, IJionme
Welton Ann, Yaxley

INNS AND PUBLIC HOUSES.

Bull, James Rohinson, Lambsetli st
Bull, William Palmer, Yaxley
Cheriy Tree, Robert Lawrence,

Broad st
Crown, William M oss, Magdalene st
Falcon, Samuel Bryant, Mellis
Grapes, HLiiry Bird, Church st
Grapes, John Pipe, Hoxne
Green Man, Robert Cunningham,

Oakley [enliaui,Castle st

Horseshoes, Charles Ganard Buck-
King's Arms, Hy. Cousins, Castle st
King's Heail, Frs. Smith, Church st
Queen's Head, John S. Gisaiug,

Cro-s st
Rf(\ Lion, Alfred Kent, Hoxne
Red lAou, Henry Bryant, Chuich st
Bed Lion, Robert Moyse, Yaxley
Star, John Waterman, Castle st
Swan, Elizabeth Curtis, Bioonie
Swan, William Lake, Cross st
Swan, Simeon Walker, Hoxne
Victoria Arms, Hy. Scales, Cross st
White Lion Inn (comuurcial and

posting), Heury Charles Bowling,

Broad street

Retailers of Beer

Frost Charles, Back lane
Heihert Daniel, Church st
Mnllenger Maiv, Yaxley
OflTord Kduiund, Castle st
Potter Henry, Hoxne
Short Geori^e, Hoxne
Stannard Thomas, Castle st
Strutt Joseph, Church st

IRONMONGERS.

Barber William, Broad st
Marshall William, iJioad st

LINEN & V/OOLLEN DRAPERS

Carter Ldmund, Hoxne
Casson & Bicker, Broad st
Clark William, Oaklev
Cracknell Richard & Thos., Hoxne
Cross Charles, Laiiib>.etli st
Navler & Gissinif, Broad st
Rockelt Charlotte, Ynxhy
Taylor John, Hoxne
Welton Ann, Yaxley

MALTSTERS.

Cotton, French, & Utton. Back la
Short Geor«e Gronn), Church st
Tacon Richd. & Ch ts., Lainbseth st

MILLERS.

Aldred lleiuy, Back lane
Boking John, Hoxuc

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Buttrum William, Hoxuc

Drane Henry, Hoxne

Gillings Mary, Kye

Lines Jabez, Broome

Lock Joseph, Yaxley

Offord Kdmund, Castle st

Sayer Edward, Mtllis

MILLINERS&DUESS MAKERS

Allinson Mary, Broad st

Dav Eleiior, Church st

Evans Harriet, Church st

Penning Martha, Chuich st

Welton Sus m, Cross st

MUSIC TEACHERS.
Jeffries Fanny {& dancing), Yaxley
Pashley Charles, Broad st
Whayman Owen (and dancing).
Castle st

PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS.
Farron John, Hoxne
Neale James, Castle st [*t

Pretty William (painter), Lambseth
Sheppard Jesse, Church st
Sturgeon Daniel, Castle st

SADDLERS.

Marsh John, Castle st
Moore Robert, Hoxne [seth st

Remington Richard Spencer, Lamb-
So wter Jonathan, Hoxne
Tricker William, Lnwgate st

STRAWr BONNET MAKERS.

Boriett Maty, Lowgate st
(lollins Emily, Church st
Marsh Sarah, Castle .st
Rampling Hariiet, Castle 8t

SURGEONS.
Ashford Seaniati, Castle st
liarker John, m.d. Broad st
Miller Walter William, Rookery

Cottage
.Moore James, Magdalene st
Payne John Page, Hoxne

SURVEYORS-LANDj &c.

Moore Joliti (road). Back lane
Moore John, Hoxne
VVells Hetiry, Church st
TAILORS.
Bimd Josepli, Church st
Borrett John, Lowgate st
Cracknell Henry, Church st
Ciacktiell Richard & Thos., Hoxne
Gissing George, CJasile st
Herbett Charles, Church st
Rampling Henry, Castle st
Kead William (and draper), Broad st
Stollery William, Hoxtie

VETERINARY SURGEONS.

Pi|)e John, Hoxne
Whaymai> Isaac, Church st

WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS.

Baiber William, Broad st [st

Batchelor Henry {l^ engraver), Castle
Calver Susannah, Bioad st
Skinner Mat k. Castle st

WHEELAVRIGHTS.

Algar Thomas, Mellis
Chenery Robert, Broome
Day Joseph, Back lane
Edwaids James, Oakley
Girling Daniel, Castle st
Kent William, Hoxne
Mnlletiger Mary, Yaxley

WINE 6c SPIRIT MERCHANTS.

Cotton, French, & tJtion, Bnck la
Tacon Richard i\ Chas., Lambseth »t

IMiscellaneous-

Chiircli.lolinjurnitiire broknLambseth nt
f'oRV FxciiANOi:, Town Hall, Bioud st
Gooderliara l>aiiirl, hair dresser. IMa^rta-
Irnr street f Broad 8t

Gooding Witlinm, clotlies dealer & hatter,



H.iyfield Henry William, inland revenue

officer. Castle street
Holmes .lohn, dyer, Back lane
Inland Rkvenub Office, at the White

Lion inn, Brond street
London I'norEirrr PnoTFCTioN So-

CIKTY, Clias. Cream, a(;en1,Larabseth st
Mendliam Uobert,coach builder & Tarnish

maker, I'luuch street
Page Edward, leather seller, Castle st
Pittick John, clerk lo the commissioner*

of taxes, Lowgate street
PoLiCK Station, Broad street — John

Walline, inspector
Prentice David, gunsmith, Cross st
Raues William, basket maker. Broad it
Robinson James, glover, Lambseth st
SkiifTImm David, blacking and barnesi

polish maker, Lambseth street
Uttoif Thomas, land agent, Castle st
Stamp Office, Broad street— Richard

Nurse, sub-distributer
Subscription Rkadino Room, Broad

st — Henry Charles Rowling, proprietor
Town Hall, Broad itreet

PLACES OP WORSHIP,

and their MINISTEFS.

Saint Peter's & Saint Paul's Parisb

Church, Eye — Rev. James Williain

Campbell, rector.
S.MNT Pk[-er's & St. Paul's CnuncB,

Hoxne — Rev.John Hodgson, i/icumftfnf.
Saint Mary's Chukch, Yaxley — ReT.

Henry Sevvell, incumbent
Saint IMarv's Church, Mellis — ReT.

Henry Creed, i;ir»?n(o«— Emily Thornton,

Siirr/ron — WalterMillar,Rookery Cottage.

7'rf«sujer— Thomas French, Castle st

CIrrk tn the Board nf Guardians —

Charles Fisher Coslerton, Castle at
RelicciiHj O^Ver— Philip Hart, Broome.



REGISTRARS,

OF BIRTtlS, DEATHS & MAHHIAGES.

Superintendent — Charles fisher Cosler-
ton, (,'astle street.

Rtf]istrar oj Marriages — George Mudd,
Church street.

Reqislrar of Births and Z>pa//is— Philip
Hart, Broome.



COUNTY COURT,

HKtD MONTHLY IN THE ToWN HaLL.
Judge — Francis King Eagle. E*q.
C/er?f— Thos. Collins, Bury St. Edmund*.
Assistant C/cjfc— Edgar Clienev, Castle st
High //rti/#- George H. Blake, Buryj

Snint Edmunds
Bailiff— John Walling, Eye



CONVEYANCE!5BY RAILWAY-!

The nearest Slalion is at Mhli.is, on thd|
Eastkrn Union line, 3| miles w,^
from Eye

An Oimiibns from the White Lion Inn4
every forenoon (Sunday excepted), a|
half-past eleven, and afternoon at ten
minutes past four, to meet the traini

CARRIERS-

To HARLESTON, Edward CatrhpoIe»
from his house. Cross street, Friday j
goes through Hoxne

To H'SWICH, Francis Smith, from hu
house, Church st, Monday & Thursday

To the MELLIS STATION, on the
F.astern Union R;iilway, Edward Catch-
polr, from his house, every morning
(Sunday excepted), at eiglil, with good*
and parcels

To NORWICH, Francis Smiih.from bit
house, Church street, Tuesday i Friday



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FRAMLINGHAM AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.



RAMLINGHAM is a parisli, in North Lowea
hundred — the market town, a small one, is 87 miles
N,E. from London, 18 n.e. by n. from Ipswich, and
8 E. from Dcbenham ; pleasantly situated on an emi-
nence, near the source of the river Ore. The town
whicii conlaiiis several well-built houses, and some
respectable shops and inns, is of great aniiiiuity — its
uanie being composed of the Saxon wonis fremdling
and ham, meaning the iiabitation of siiangers or
foreigners. Its piiucipal ornaments are tl>e church
and the ruins of its ancient cnstle — the latter situated
ou a clay hill, on the north side of the town, iiaving
ou the west side a mere, or marsh, formerly a lake.
Of the outer wall, yet standing, it lias been justly re-
marked, thatii still looks more like a castle than the
ruins of one. It is supposed to have been erected by
lledwald, the most powerful king of the Ea^t Angles;
its form is rather an irregular curve, approaching to a
circle. The walls are foity-four feet high and eight
thick, flanked with thirteen square towers, fourteen
feet higher than the ramparts; and these,, together
with the battlements, remain in sufficient peifection
to afford a tolerable idea of the whole. It was one of
the seats of St. Rduiund, the king and martyr; and to
this fortress lie fled, in the year 870, from the relent-
less Danes; from whence, being hard pressed, and
without hopes of succour, he endeavoured to escape,
but was overtaken in Jiis flight, and put to death by
these invaders. To this castle Queen Mary, of ruth-



less nipnuiry, retired on the deatli of her brother,
Edward VI. Framlingliam is a polling station at the
election of members to represent Kast Suffolk ; and it
is included in the thii ty-t'ourth circuit of County Couit
towns, under the new act for adjudicating claims to
any amount not exceeding £-0 — the court is held
motithly.

The parish church of Saint Michael is a stately and
capacious structure, built entirely ot black flint, with
a square tower, ninety ft et high, embattled and
strengthened with buttresses, and contains aclock and
musical chimes. The interior is kept in excellent
condition, and there are many monuments, of great
antiquity, in a fine state of preservation — some of
these to the memory of the earls and dukes of Norfolk,
and others of the nobility, are full of interest. The
livint; is a rectory, in the gift of the Master and Fel-
lows of Pembroke Hall, Cambiidge. Tlie Rev. George
Attwood is the present incunibcMt. There are plates
of vvorshi[) for Indepetidentsand Wesleyan Methodists,
and a chapel of ease at. Saxtead, in this parish. Tlie
charities consist of some almshouses founded by Sir
Robert Hitcham, and others by Thomas i\lills, afiea
school, fiiunried by the fiist- named gentleman, for
forty poor children, and an appientice.shi[> fund, at-
tached to the school, 'i'he market is held ou Saturday,
in a spacious area. Fairs Whit- Monday atid October
10th. The pari'ih contained, in 1831,2,445 inhabitants,
and in 1841, 2,523.



POST OFFICE, Samuel Bloss, Post Master. — Letters from all parts arrive (from VVoodbhidge)
every morning at seven, and are despatched thereto at half-past seven in the evening.



NOBILITY, GENTRY AND
CLERGY.

Alston Rev. Edward C.Kramlineham
Attwood RfV. George, F"rainlinglian)
Brereton Rev. Thos.J.Franilingham
Clubbe Mrs. — , Earl Soham
Cooper Mrs. — , Parham . '
Cup()pr Mr. William, Framlinghatn
Edwards Mrs. Louisa, Framlingliam
Good Mrs. Mary Ann, Framlingliam
Goodwin Mr. Goodwin, Framlinghm
Goodwin Mr. John, Framlingliam
Gorton Mr. Robert, Baddingliam
Groome Rev. J. N. Hindes, Monk

Soham
Henchtnaii Rev. — , Earl Sohnm
Hotham the Honourable and Rev. J.

Deniiingtnn
Peirson John, Esq. Framlingliam
Peirson the Misses iMary & Mar-
■ garet, Framlinghain
Pickering — , Esq. Karl Soham
Shouldham William, Esq, Cran»-ford
Stanford Mrs. Matilda, Framlinghm
Stanford Wiiigfield,Es(].Baddinghm
Thompson M r. Henry, Framlingliam
Turner Rev. George, Kettleburgh
Welham ftlr. liobeit, Framlingliam
Wire Miss Elizabeth, Framlingliam
Woods Mrs. Mary, Framlingliam

ACADEiaiES AND SCHOOLS.

Boult Racbael (boarding and day)
British School — Tho:-iias Sher-
: man, master; Matilda Sherman,

mistress
Hill Wilham (boarding and day)
National School — Samuel Lane,

master ; Dinub Tucker, mistress

ATTORNEYS.

Clubbe Charles (»ind clerk to the

magistrates)
Edwards William

BAKERS.

Gravlin Thomas

Leek Speiu^er (and confectioner)
Widdleton Robert (and confectioner)
Newson Charles

BANKERS.

Gurnejs' & Co. (draw upon Barclay,
Bei"an & Co. IjOiidon) — Jonathan
Hart & Co.' agents



Harvcys' & Hudsoiis' (draw npon'
Hankeys&Co. London)— Joseph
B. Edwards, agent

Savings' Bank— Jonathan Hart &
Co. actual ies

BOOKSELLERS & POINTERS.

Freeninn William D.
Green Richard

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.

Cone Charles Garlett John

Cooper John Hammond James

Field James Johnson Henry

Freeman James Mayhew George

Gardner Henry Scotchnier Wm.

BREWERS.

Brown William
Lankester Edward

BUTCHERS.

Bilney Francis
Bliss Robert
Kerridge John
Newson Samuel

CABINET MAKERS.

Butcher George
Dale Samuel
Leech William

CARPENTERS.
Dale Samuel
Dallistone Daniel
Waller Daniel, jun.

COACH IVTAKERS.

Briuhtwell Robert
Wightman Samuel
FIREj &c., OFFICE AGENTS.

Crown (life), Manning Keer
EssKX and Suffolk Equitable,

William Edwards
Farmers' and General (cattle),

Manning Keer (and iiisi)ector)
Globe (fire), Joseph B. Edwards
Norwich Union, Richard Green
Scottish (life), Joseph B. Edwards
SuFFOLK(fire),Jonathan Hart &Co.
Western (life), Henry Clutten

GROCERS AND DEALERS IN
SUNDRIES.

Marked thus • arc also Drapers.
Baxter Joseplj
Capon Elizabeth



Capon Jonathan

Clutten Heniy (and druggist)

Dallestone Daniel

*Oariaid Hatsell

•Hart Jonathan & Co.

Kindred Frederick

Manning Satah (and druggist)

Middleton Josiah

Newson Samuel

»Nitkols William

"Robinson William

.Smith Samuel

Wightman Jesse ,

INNS AND PUBLIC HOUSES,

Crown & .Anchor (commercial and

posting), Samuel Bloss
Crown Inn (and posting), William

Collins
Hare & Hounds, George Marjoram
Queen's Head, Samuel Sheppard
VVagon and Horses, Francis Bilney
White Horse, James Brunning

IRONMONGERS.
Barker Joseph
Barker Samuel Keer

MALTSTERS.

Brown William

Clutten James(& corn & coal dealer)

Edwards Geoige

Lankester Edward

MILLERS.
Kindred John
Woods Samuel

PLUMBERS AND GLAZIERS.

Fi^k William
Wooliiougli Constantine

SADDLERS.

Bloom field George
Fisk Thomas

SMITHS.

Bridges Frucr

Bridges Edward

Heffer George (and farrier)

Smith Joseph (and farrier)

SURGEONS.
Jeaffieson William
Keer George
Willson John



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FRAMLINGHAM.



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TAILORS.



F'arrow Joseph
NewsiOB Stephen
Rowland James
Wightnian Wni,



Allured GeoiKC
Capon Jonntlian
Clodd & Laincr,

(and draiit'r>)
Dorling Cliarles

WATCH MAKERS.
Barker Samut-l Keer
Taylor Samuel

WH BELWRIOHTS.
HefFer George
Legyatt John
Moore John

WINE dc SPIRIT MERCHAITTS.
Keer Maiinuig (and porter)
Lankester Edward (and porter)

Miscellaneous

Baldwin Thomas, auctioneir & appraiser

Barker Elizibrtb. milliner & dre»8 maker

Brown William, beer retailer

Burrows William, wliitesmiih

Cliitten Ceorge. stone mason

Corn Kxchasgb, Crown Inn yard

Francis Klijali. umbrella maker

Fruer Samuel, architect

Gibbons George, liair dresser

Hall William, bricklayer



Harding William, tinman
Hearn William, gardener
Inland Revenvb Office, Crown and

Anchor Hotel
Lay llicharri, bair dresser [maker

Oxborrow Matilda, milliner and drew
Read ("lizabeth, currier
Read Thom«s. fishmonger
Row John, gloTer

Simons Henry, tinman fdistributer

Stamh Office — Charles Edwards, tub-
Waters Charles, cooper
Wells Thomas, dyer
WhalliiiK Charlotte, glorer
Wright Samuel, piano-forte tuner



REGISTRARS,

OF BIRTHS, DEATHS 5t MARHIAGEi.
Superintendent Registrat — Charles Read.
Registrar of Marriages — Robert Welhsm.
Regittrar of Births and Deatht — John
Cottingham.



COUNTY COURT,
Hel» monthlt.
Judge — Francis King Eagle, Esq,
C/erfc—ThoM.as Collins.
Assistant C/erfc— Charles Clubbe.
Hiqh Bailiff-George Harry BIak».
Boi/i^— Charles Gibbs.



COACHBS.

To IPSWICH, the Union (from Norwich)
calls at the Crown and Anchor, erery
afteiDoon (Sundays excepted) at a
quarter pa«t two

To NORWICH, the Union (from fps-
wich) calls at the above Inn, every
afternoon (Sundays excepted)ata quar-
tar past two



RAIL-WAY.

The nearest Station at present is at Ipi«
WICH, on the Kastbrn Union Rail'
WAT. 18 miles distant.

There is n Coach daily to th* station a*
above noticed.



CARRIERS.

To IPSWICH, — Hart, — IMeen. and
— Coates, from the Crown Inn, Mon-
day and Friday, and — Hart, from the
White Horse, Tuesday

To NORWICH,— Meen and — Coates,
from the Crown Inn, Tuesday and
Saturday



HAI3LEJGH AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.



IIHIaDLEIGH is a parish, in the hundred of Cosford

ihe market-town is 64 miles n. e. from London

(69| by rail], and abont 9i w. by s. from Ipswich
(12j by rail), and is siiuntert on a branch (7^ miles in
length) which joins tlie Eastern Union railway at
Bentley. Tiie town, which is st-ated in a valley, on the
river lireton, was formerly a corporate one, governed
by a mayor, aldrrmen and comnion council ; but a qu»
fcarranto beiim bioiiRtitaKain>t tliem, they surrendererl
iheir charier in the reigi> of James the 11, and it has
never been restored. The county magistrates now
possess the municipal jurisdiction, and hold petty
SL'S'ions for business connected with the town and
division: couits baron are held for the manor; and
Hadleigh is included in the thii ty-fourtii circuit of
towns under the C'-unty Court act, paased in 1846, foi
ailjuduating claims an(l debts to any amount not ex-
ceeding JE20; this court is held monthly. Hadleigh
i.s a p'llng staiire»ent West Suffolk. The only branch now existing
here under tlie head of manufacture!', is that of silk-
throwing, by a firm wliich Iih.s been established for
i>omp years. Malt is made here in large quantities,
and there arc four flour mills doing a good business.
The principal ornament of Hadleigh is its church of



Saint Mary: it stands in the middle of the town, and
is a handsome spacious structure, chiefly in the lateT
style of English architecture, surmounted by a lofty
spire. Dr. Wilkins, one of the late rectors, fumished
a very fine altar-pitce ; and ihe edifice wa.s greatly
improved by the Rev. Dr. Tanner, liis successor,
riiis church is said to be thebinial-phate of Guthrum,
a Danish rhieftdn, who, being defeated by King
Alfreil, embraced Chiistianity. Dr. Rowland Taylor,
■A rector of the living, in the reign of the cruel bigot
Mary, was bnrnt on tiie adjoinine common for his
adherence to the doctrines of the Reformation. 'I'he
living of Hadleigh is a rectory in the gift of the
Archbi»hop of Canterbury ; the Rev. H. B. Knox is tiie
present incumbent. There are places ot worship for
Baptists, Independents, and Wesleyan and Primitive
.Methodists. The charities comprise almshouses,
founded by Dr. Pykenhain in 1497, for t»»eiity-four
aged jiersons of both sexes; oiher.s, of ancient founda-
tion, for » iulit poor inhabilants ; public schools con-
ducted upon the British and National plans; and the
produce of some bequests distributed among the poor.
The market is held on Monday, and ihe fairs Monday
in Whitsun-weck and llth Oct. Tlie parish contained,
in 1831, 3,425 inhabitants, and in 1841, 3,679.



POST OFFICE, High street, Sarah Ellisdon, Poxt Mistress. — Letters from London and all part^
irrive rv^ry morning at seven, and are despatched at half-past eight in the evening.

Money Orders are eranted and paid between the hour.> of nine in the morning and .six in the evening.



NOBILITY, GENTRY AND
CLERGY.

Ansell Mr. John, Marketplace
Axford Mr. Edward, Hiuh st
Baker Mrs. Ann. High st
Ha^erMrs Elizabrtli Haste, High st
Bieton Mrs. Lucy, High st
Biycr Mi>. Susannaii, Church yard
Clark Rev. William, Benton st
Cook Miss Hannah, Queen st
Cook Rev. Jamis, Seiner
Cooper Mrs. Sarali, Georee st
Dawson Rev. George Augustus Ed-

wardstowii Hall
Drake Rev. Nathan, High st
Diakf Mrs. Ursilla, Higli st
Duiithoine Mr. Tlioma-, Queen st
Fenii Mrs. — , Market place
Ki^-ld Riv. Jamts Wiliam, Queen st
Frost Mrs. Eli/abe'li, High st
G"bbs Mr. Joseph, George st
Gririiwuite Mrs. Elizabeth, Church st
Groom Mis. Mary, Btnton st
Hicks Mrs. .Sarali, Queen st
Hughes Rev. Henry Hunter, Layh«m
K«rsev Mr. Caleb, High »t

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Ker«ey Mr. Robert, High st
Keymer Miss Dinah, High st
Knox Rev. Henry B Rectory
Lloyd Rev. Charles Wm. Church st
Lyon Rev. James, Benton st
Newman Richard, Esq. Ker-ey Priory
Pigot Rev. Hugh, Queen st
Pritiy Mrs. Elizabeth, Hiuh st
Itawlin Ml. Ashniore, Bridge st
Ree«e Rev. Thomas, Reydon
Rowley the DowagerLndy.Holbecks
Sheldrake Mrs. Ann, Market place
Spear Rev. James, Elmsct
Striitt Miss Ann, llenton st
Strutt Mr. Isaac, Toppesfield Hall
.Struti Mrs. Maria, Queen st
Strutt Mr. William, Benton-end
Stiidd Rev. Henry, Gorton Parsonage
Tomkin Rev. James Win. Benton st
Wade Mrs. — , High st [Eleigh

Wallace Rev. Aitlmr C.J. Monks
Wishaw Mis. Eli/ahetii, High st

ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

BhiTisH School, Duke st — James
Ashdown, master; Mary Ash-
down, luistreBS



Golding Mary (boarding and day),

High street
Mndd Abraham (boarding & day),

Benton street
National School, Church yard —

Henry Norford, master; Elizabeth

Palmer, mistress
Stow Mary (day). Queen st
Tovell Edward Ribbans (boarding

and day). High st|

ATTORNEYS.
Bunn Edward, High at
Last Henry, Church st
Newman Richard, High «t
Robinson John Kiedk.HadleighHall
Sealy John, Benton st

AUCTIONEERS.

Clayden Hfiiry(and valuer), High it
Cork Charles, Benton st
Robinson John Smith, High st

BAKERS.
Deeks James (and confectioner).

Church st
Duningham Joseph, George st
1 Fenu Josiali, Bridge st



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Gardiner Tillftf, Hinli st
Green William, Benton st
Pottitt .losiali. Angel .^t
Spooner Willi im, George
Taylor J-.lin, High st [High st

Wells Godfrey (and confectioner),

BANKERS.
Alexanders* & Co. High st (draw

on Barnetts', Hoares' & Co.

London)
Mills, Bawtree & Co. Church street

(draw on Hankeys'&Co.London)
BASKET RIAKERS.
Branch Henry, Angel st
VVoollard Robert, George st

BLACKSMITHS.
CooU Jtisiiua, Market place
Cook Joshua & Thomas, High st
Ouniiighain Joseph (and coadi, &c.

spring maker 1, George st
Gray George, Bridge st
Lingley John, Benton st
BOOKSELLERS^ STATIONERS
AND PRINTERS.

Hardacre Henry (and stamp office),
Highst [Hinhst

Piper John Di.xon (and library),
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.

Cook Thomas, High st

Dt^ath Matthew, Church st

Elliott John, George st

Ellisdon Thomas Alfred, High st

Hart Willirfm, High st

Jones George, High st

May Charles, High st

M^y James, High st

Pettitt Levi, Angel st

Salmon Henrv, Ipswich road

Smith John, Benton st

Spooner Hicks, Angel st

Spooner Jolin, High st

Spooner John, jun. High st

BRAZIERS AND TINMEN.

Clayden Henrv, High st

Deeks William, Hi«h st

Simpson Henry, High st

Simpson Thomas, High st
BREECHES MAKERS AND
GLOVERS.

Oxford Tli'inias, High St

Prigg William, Angel st

BRICK MAKERS.

Clarke John, Hadleigh brick-kilns

Story Henrv, High .-t

Wilkinson Henry, High st
BRICKLAYERS.

Brook Robert, High st

Cooke Heniy, Ipswich road

Wilkinson Henry, High st
BUTCHERS.

Aggiss James (pork), Duke st

Brown Thonirts, George st

Cooper John (pork\ Angel st

Day John, Besscls Jane

Frost Heniy, George st

Mott William, Bridge st

Spraggons Walter, Benton st

Waller Thomas, Highst

Warren William (pr)rk), Angel st



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