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Tuesday in May for cattle, &c. The tropulation ofthe
parisli,'bv the returns rendered in 1831, was 952, and
ill 1841, 1,048.

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FOULSHAM.



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POST OFFICE, Frnii Knights, Ptu^ Master. — Letteis from all parts ariive from Thetford), every
morning at nine, aiioare despatclird thereto at half-past three, iti the afternoon.



GENTRV AND CLERGY.

Astley Kev. Henry Mills

Le.ds the Mi-ses Mary & Elizabeth

Tonipsoii Mrs. Klizahetli

FBOFESSIONAL PERSONS.

Deiuh Kobtit, attorney
Girling Christ();)her W. surgeon
QuarlfS William, attorney
Saund' rs James, surgeon
SaiM.ders Jinies, jnn. attorney

INNS AND PUBLIC HOUSES.

Bull, George Neale
King's Alius, Isnac Jacob
Ship, Tliomas Farrow

SHOPKEEPERS & TRADERS.

Austin Hobi rt, butcher

Austin Watts, butcher

Bartlett Henry N.grocer and draper

Caddi-on Chailoite, shopkeeper



Clarke Roliert, carpenter
Clithero Jieiijaniin, beer retailer
Cocks Daniel, hair dresser
Eglingtoii Barney, bier retailer
Kinins Robert, veteiinarv surgeon
Gant Robert, basket maker
Gil ham William, baker
Graver Luke, biker
Knights Kenn, glover [maker

Leaini>iiCharles,s;iddler and harness
Lean)on Kdinnud, imnuionger
Li ainon Richard, baker
Long Robert, shopkeeper
Mace Charles, grocer and draper
OliHiHU) James, boot and shoe mkr
Powell Jnhn, tailor and draper
Pratt Richaid, gi ocer and draper
Rush Robert, heer retailer [mkr
Russell Edward, watch and clock



Saunders James, miller
Sawyer 'Ihouias, wheelwright
Sawyer Thoma^, blacksmith
Smith William, grocer and draper
Spragg Thomas, bout and shoe mkr
Towler George, wheelwright
Towler John, boot and shoe maker
Tuddeiiham John, tailor
'ruiiierJaiiies(jage, giocer and drpr
W^ade Matihew, ironmonger
WestColman, cabinetmaker

RAILWAY,

The nearest Station is Fakenram, on a
branch of llie East Anglian lin«,
about 10 miles N.w. from Foulsham
CARRIER.

To NORWICH, — Barber.froB the Bull'
Tuesday and Friday



HARLESTON, with REDDENHALL & NEIGHBOURHOODS*



Jril ARLESTON i* a respectable market town in thf
paii>li of Reddeuhall, and hundred of Earshain— 190
miles N E, fiout L«ind.>n, 20s. from Norwich, 7 s.s w.
from liuugav,10 E.by N.fn.m l)iss,and30N.E. from Bury
St. Edmunds— situated on theiiigh load from thelattei
town to Yarmouth, and Hbout a mile fiom the river
Waveney. It was anciently called Herli
ill tlie liiiii'lifd "if Giiiltcrd-s — tlii' iii.iiket town, a
small lint', is 90 nrilcs N. E. by N. ti'ini LuikIdm,
22 s. w. from Noivvicii. and iJ N. E. fuim 'llict-
ford ; situated aliont a mile and a liait from the line ol
the Eastern Counties Railway, on the banks of a
stream tiibuiaiy to the VVaveip y. This place, wa^ ai
one tiinr, noted for the inatiufattnre of yam and iiiien
chith; but, at tlie present day, except 'a considerab e
iron foundry, the iiiteitst of the inliabitants is con-
fim d to auriculture, and the produce of the land,
which ill this hjcality, is of gieat feitility. Connected
with the foumiry befoie-nieiitione:', is a iiianiifactor\
for agricultural nnplements, and the propi i< toiy Mr.
Lovedav, has obtained great repute throughout the
county, for his iiii|)rove.l poriahle tiirasliing inacb'ues.
A court of p> tty sesMons is held by the niasiistiates



uhidi is a rectory. The chuicli, dedicated to Saint
M.oy, is a small neat huildinp, with a round tower.
Kccles Hull, the scat of Sir .Limes Flower, Hart., in
tlii> (urisb, is an aocieni ni.insion.

Kenmnghall, foiinerly called K'ins;'s Hall, and
once a iiiaiket t hkt-wi.e a beauiif.rl altar tomb, with recum- : "'l-J J'" M">"iav,has not been nitended for M)meyears,



bent tiKure^ in mnble, of Sir Robert Harling and
lady : the Tning is a rectorv, in the gift of .Mrs. Wil-
kinson. There are places of worship for the Society
of Friend-, ami Wesleyair and Primitive Methodists.
The market. piihci[ially for corn, is held on Tuesday.
Fairs, .Mav 4ih and October 24th for cattle, and the
first Triesdiy afrertire 12tlr Seirtemher, for sheep; the
latter is a large one. The parish, contaired in 1831,
1,031 inhabitant-, and in 1841, l,Hi2.

VVe.st Haki.ivg village, aMiiallone, is about 2 miles
vv.N vv. from East H.>rliri'.'. The parish church of All
Saints, is eh niningly situated, in an extensive and
finelv-wooded p^ik, wiihin a short distance of Har-
J'nif HhII, the seat of Lord Calhorne, who is patron of



hut there are cattle fairs July 18th and September 30tli.

Gakboldisham village, is 4 miles s. from East Har-
lirig, situated near lo the lioider of ilie coinrty next
that of sulfoik. It presents noihing mcritine special
notice but its church — which is in leed an imposing
str irctiire, with a fine sniiare tower, the top orna-
mented with ancient cartings in stone. The interior,
which is well kept, contains some handsome monu-
meiris of the Moiitgomerr



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 57 of 131)