I. (Isaac) Slater.

Slater's royal national and commercial directory and topography of the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, and Suffolk : comprising classi online

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Garland Robert, Scrdt; road
Garrard John, Palgi-ave
Gibson (?ornelius, iiurston
Greeir John, Brrrston
Harhoiird WrUiaiii, Heywood



CONFECTIONERS.

Barrett I'hilip (& llniterer),^Iere st I j^arper-'j'olriirsii'i'stor.

n''ir''n;M '•'""" !.t ''"'['''^''J' ^^*^' ^ "' '; Harrison William, Waicot gree»

Han George, Shelfanger
Hart Nathairiel, Paliiiave
Hearrie Edward, DicklelMirgh



Poll Wil.iam, Mere st
Sciivener John, Stole

COOPERS,

Berretf Benjarniii, Merest
Biirch Tbonia^, Moriiit st
Crisp \\''illiam, DicUlebrirgh
(Jroshy Tlioirias, .Shelfanger
Harvey Martin, Church st

CORN MERCHANTS.

Baker Gi-orge Clarke, Church st



Heariie John, U'alcoit green
Hill George, Scole
Howe Maitin, Pakrave
Hov>leit Henry. DicklelmrLdi
Hubbard Thorriaepli, fishmonger. Chapel st
Tovell W illiani, fishmonger, Chapel st



PLACES OF WORSHIP, ■

ANU THtIK MlNISTl KS.
CHURCHES (II THE ESTABl-lSIl.MENT
Saint iMauv's, Marketplace, Diss — Rev.

William Manning, i-ectur ; Rev. Charles

Ward, curnte
Saint Mary's, Bursfon— Rev. Temple

Frere, rei7or; Rev. James f. Reeve,

fi(r«/e
All Saints', Dickltburgh — Rev. George

Stevenson, rtctor
Saint Peter's, I'algrave (Suffolk) — Rev

Charles Martin, jfc/or
Saint RKMiGiu5',Roydon— Rev.TempIe

Frere, net or
Saint Andrew's, Scole— Rev. William

Holmes, M a., mlor
All Saints', Shelfanger — Rev. Thomas

B. Morris, rector
Saint George's, Shimpling
All Saints', Stuston (Suffolk)— Rev

Walter Chenery, rector
Saint ANDREw's,Thelvelon— Rev.Wm.

Holmes, rec/or; Rev. Richard C.Maule

curate

DISSENTING CHAPELS.
Baptists', Cheiry-lree lane— Rev. Jona-
than Preston Lewis, mhiitter
Baptists', Shelfanger —Rev. Thomas

Winter, minister
Friends' Mi'.eting House, Church st
Indkpendents', Mere st— Rev. Joseph

Field, inijiis/er
Wesleyan Methodists, Merest, and

Dicklebmgh
Primitive Methodists, Mount st
Unitarians', Parkfields - Rev.Frederick

Macdonald, minister



CONVEYANCE BY RAILWAY,

ON THE EASTERN UNIO.N LINE.

S/a(i')n, Scole road— James 'late Dent,
statioi muster

All Omnibus from the King's Head Inn
to the Station, awaits the arrival and
attends the departure ol the trains



COACHES,

From the KiniftHead Inn.
To BECCLF.S & BLNGAY, the Day

Couch, every afternoon (Sun. eKcepted)
To YARMOUTH, the Dart, every after-

noon (Sunday excepted), at one goes

through Scole, Harleston, Bungay, and

Beccles



CARRIERS-

To LONDON, IPSWICH, &c., by the

Eastern Union Railway
To BOTESDALE, John Cook, from the

Railway Station, every Tuesday
To BUNGAY, BECCLES, AND YAR.

MOUTH, Ephraim Jordan, from the

King's Head, daily
To NEW BUCKINGHAM, William

Hewitt, from the Bell, every Thursday
To Nf)RWICn, John Brown, from the

Bell, and Daniel White, Irom Dickle-

burgb, every Tuesday and Friday, also

by the Eastern Union Railway



B.



DOCKING, SEDGEFORD, HEACHAM, RFNGSTEAD,

SXKTTISH.AM, HUNSTANTON AND NEIGHROURHOODS.



'OCKING i.'J a parish in the hundred of Smithdon
— the vilhim', a coiisiderahle one, is 17 miles n.n.e.
from King's Lynn, 11 n.w. from Kakeuhaiii, and 6
s w. fioni Biiinhain Markit. At one time it was calleil
/>/•// Docking from the great scarcity of water that pre
vailed here; this iiieotivenience seems to have been in
some measure leiiK'died hy a charitable lady, named
Henley, who about eighty ycaisago caused a u ell to
be sunk seventy-four yards deep, which she gave to
tlie parishioners. A large workhouse under the poor-
law union was erected here in I8;{6, ai cost of £!),000,
including the necesssary fittings and furnituie; it
will accommodate upwards of five hundred recii)ients.
The tnagi-tiates fnr the diiisinn meet here in petty
Bession on the last Monday monthly. The places of
worsliij) ar



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 53 of 131)