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45~48' 53, 97.

— almoner of, 45, 54.

— cook of, 54.
Abingdon, earl of, 278, 298.
Abingdon school, 224.
Achathus the Fisherman, 95.

Ack worth, mr., curate of Sunningwell,

185.
Acock, mr., book-keeper, 308.
Adam, his daughter Agatha, 42.
Adam, son of Walter, 42.
Adam de Badington, chaplain, 87.
Adam de Brome, 204.
Adam de Cokesham, 93.

— his son John, 93.
Adam le Fevre, 31.

— his daughter Juliana, 17, 29.
Adam le Ganter, 67.

Adam of Ireland, 87.
Adam de Kyngeston, 42.

— his father Richard, 42.
Adam de Lambume, 47.
Adam of London, 52, 53.

Adam de Middleton, 25, 84, 92, 93.

Adam le Polterer, 212.

Adam of St. Edmund's, archdeacon of

Oxford, 24, 62, 71.
Adam of Thame, 91.

— his daughter Alice, 91.
Adam le Waterman, 91.
Adam le Wylde, 82.
Adams, — , ic6.

Adams, John, 273, 292, 307.
Adelard le Mercer, 76, 82.
Agatha, daughter of Adam, 42.
Agatha de Dorkcestre, 50.
Agatha de Welles, her mother Agatha,
and her father Nicholas, 34, 43.



Age, the, a coach, 273, 374.
Agnes, wife of Guy, 7, 41.

— her father Henry, 41.
Agnes de Farendon, 31, 48.
Agnes la Lumenore, 24.
Agnes the Tanner, 19.
Agnes de Wanetinge, 47.

Agnes de Welles, 32 ; her mother Joan,

32-
Alan the Tailor (Cissor), 84.
Albet, Adam, 89.
Albet, Henry, 89.

— his son Adam, and grandson Paul,
89.

Alcock, arms of, 118.
Aldar or Aldworth, mr., 196.
Aldworth, mr., parson of Lockinge, 201.
Alert, the, see under Coaches.
Alexander de Bloxam, 4, 39.

— his wife Cecilia, 85.
Alexander de Coueleye, 9.
Alexander de Denport, inscription to,

112.
Alexander le Knyft, 26.
Alexander de Tudinton, 9.
Alexandria, 206, 207.
Alfred, king, founder of University

College, 223.
Alice, daughter of Miles, 43.
Alice de Boxore, 21.
Alice de Lambume, 47.

— her husband Adam, 47.
Alice la Mercere, 57.
Alice de Stokwell, 34.

— her father Peter, 34.
Alice de Welles, 34, 55.

— her mother Agatha, 34.
Alice la Wyte, 57.

Alisander, John, son of Nicholas, 69.
AUestree, Charles, 185.
Allestree, Jacob, 185.
AUestree (Alistree), prof. Richard,
canon of Ch. Ch., 184.

— portrait of, 179.

Allsop, mr., of the Angel tap, 294.
All Souls College, see under Oxford.
Alphorabius, 206.
Alvington, West, 107.
Amfrei, Agnes, 38.

— her father William, 38.
Amfrei, Ralph, 38.



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INDEX



Amicia de Godestowe, 49.
Amicia le Hurt [of Godstow], 89.
Amicia de Kyngeston, wife of Nicholas,

35-

Amisius the Clothier, 9.

Amorrien, Daniel, 107.

Ancoys, Miles, 83.

Andoversford, 298.

Andrew, master, 37.

Andrew de Bat, clerk, 9.

Andrew of Durham (Derham), alder-
man, 4, 12, 30, 32, 33, 38, 43, 49, 54,

55, 59. 88-
Andrew le Sauser, 81, 98.
Anecdotes and reminiscences, by W.

Bayzand, 265.
Annabella de Barton, 16.
Ape, see John le Ape.
Apprenticeship, indenture of (facsimile) ,

264.
Archer, see Richard le Archer.
Ai dem, see Henry de Ardern, and John

de Ardern.
Ardington, see Hugh de Ardinton.
Armerer, see Guy le Armerer.
Arms in Lincoln Coll. chapel and hall,

114, US-
Arms, &c. in Magd. Coll. hall, 128,

129; in the President's Lodgings,

130.
Arms of card. Pole and others, 125.
'Army, Marches of the,' 100.
Arnald le Goer, see Goer.
Amebure, Nicholas, sen. and jun., 82,

84.
Arnet, — , father of Alice, 38.
Aron the Jew, see Aaron.
Arthur the Butcher, of London, 16.
Arundel, arms of, 125, 126, 128, 139.
Ashbourne, see John de Essebum.
Ashcombe, Thomas, 112.
Ashridge, cloister at, 201.
Ashworth, dr. Henry, 205.
Asser the Jew, son of Lycoriet of

Winchester, 16.
Astell, the provost, 90.
Astil, son of Wlfriche, 94.

— his son Nicholas, 94.
Astil, William, 4, 50, 83.

Astley, Richard, warden of All Souls,

131-
Asior\,see Robert de Aston, awo?' William

de Aston.
Aston-under-Hill, 290.
Aston, sir William, 205.
Atkins, Richard, 208.
Attejiilere, Walter, 57,
Atteslo, Peter, 95.

— his sons Richard and Henry, 95.
Aubere, madam, 187, 216.
Aubrey, John, 139.



Auger le Boched, 54.

Augustine the Weaver, 46.

Aurifaber, see Geoffrey the Goldsmith,

and Walter the Goldsmith.
Avems le Batur, 25.
Aylesbury, 301.

Bacon, friar Roger, 179.

Badington, see Adam de Badington.

Bagard, Robert, 62.

Baker, arms of, 121.

Baker, mr., curate of Stanton Harcourt,

account of him, 204.
Baker, sir Richard, 211.
Baker (Pistor), see Peter the Baker.
Balehorn, Simon, 78, 82.

— his brother William Balom, 78.
Balle, Simon, 29.

Balle, Thomas, 29, 31.
Balliol, arms of, 117, 118, 210.
Balliol, John (founder of Balliol College),

and his wife Dervorguilla, 209, 210.
Balliol (Bailol), Robert, 33, 55.
Balloon, the, a coach, 269.
Balom, see Balehorn.
Banbury, the coaches to, 276.

— coach proprietors at (Dick Bolton
and Jack Vigers), 308.

Bancroft, John, bp. of Oxford, 103.

Bane, Christiana, 8.

Banker's parcel, sent by coach, &c.,

301, 302.
Banting, mr., 280,
Barbados, 216.
Barber, see Henry le Barber, John le

Barber, and Richard le Barber.
Barker, Hugh, LL.D., 142, 151.
Barking, see Richard de Berkynge.
Barlich, John, 93.
Barlow, dr. Ralph, dean of Wells (1630),

222, 223.

— his son, major Henry Barlow, 223.
Barlow, dr. Thomas, bp. of Lincoln,

161, 222.

— his gift of books to Queen's College,
222.

Barnshaw, John, coachman, 272.

Barow, Walter, his tomb, 112.

Barre, see William de la Barre.

Barry, arms of, 117.

Bartholomew, St., 124.

Barton, Old, hamlet of, inquisition

at (1279), 68.
Barton, see Annabella de Barton, and

Robert de Barton.
Baskervillc, Hannibal, of Bayworth

house, 177, 206.
Baskerville, Humphrey, of Crowsley

Park, 177, 178.
Baskerville, Ricliard, 216.
Baskerville, Robert, 193, 196.



INDEX



3^3



Baskerville, Thomas, lord of the manor
of Sunningwell, his Account of Oxford,
c. 1670-1700, ed. by Humphrey
Baskerville, 175-225.

— his grandfather, gen. sir Thomas, 177.
Basset, Agnes, 70.

Basset, Fulk, 91.
Basset, Reginald, 71, 73.
Basset, Thomas, 65, 67, 76, 85.

— his daughter Philippa, countess of
Warwick, 76.

— his daughter Alice and her three
daughters, 76.

Basset, William, 72.

— his wife Agnes, 72.
Bat, see Andrew de Bat.
Bath, 119, 182.

— coach proprietors at (Powney and
Carruthers), 308.

— coaches to, 270, 271, 277, 308.

— the White Hart at, 277.

Bath, see John de Bath, and Reginald

de Bath.
Bath and Wells, bishopric of, 195, 196.

— arms of, 116, 130.

Bathurst, dr. Ralph, dean of Wells,

223.
Batur, see Averus le Batur.
Bayworth, chapel of, 181.
Bayworth house, Sunningwell, 177, 178,

196.
Bayzand, John, coachman, attends

I3illingsgate fish-market, 300.

— description of his journey from Oxford
to Southampton, 282, 283.

— see also under Coachmen (Stage).
Bayzand, William, guard of the Mazeppa

coach from London, through Oxford,
to Hereford, 268, 275, 284, 285, 290.

— compiler of ' Coaching in and out of
Oxford (1820-40),' 265-309; MS.
of, in the Bodleian, 265.

Beacon Hill, 283.
Beatrice de Langeford, 53.
Beauchamp, arms of, Ii8.
Beaufon, see Richard de Beaufon.
Beaufort, arms of, 103, 121, 133.
Beaulieu (Beauliu), abbey of, 4.

— abbot of, his tenement in St. Ebbe's,
19.

Beaumont, see under Oxford.
Beckington, arms of, 106, 1 1 2, 115,

116, 121.
Beckington, Thomas, bp. of Bath and

Wells, 220.
Bede, Super Epistolas Fault, MS., 120.

— Super Proverbia Solomonis et Tobiam,
MS., 120.

Bedeford, see John de Bedeford, and

Thomas de Bedeford.
Bedel, see Thomas the Bedel.



Beek, John, 275.

Beesley, — , coach proprietor, 307.

Beeston (Beeson), dr. Henry, warden of

New College, 192.
Bek, see Henry le Bek.
Belewe, Philip, 57.
Bell, Harry, 277.
Bell, John, 212.
Bencher, see Roger le Bencher.
Benedict le Cauz (Cavet), 10.
Benedict le Cuuer, 12.
Benedict le Esveske, the Jew, and Sarah

his wife, 10.
Benedict the Jew, 32, 54 ; his father

and son, 10.
Benedict de Tackele, 89.
Beneyt, Geoffrey, 68.
Benham, see Thomas de Benham.
Bennet, sir Simon, 122, 323.
Benson, Samuel, 185.
Bentham, arms of, 125.
Bentinck, lord Charles, 249, 250, 351.
Berchamstede, see Berkhampstead.
Bere, see Clement le Bere, Simon le

Bere, fl«(f William le Bere.
Bereford, see Henry de Bereford.
Berkeley Hunt, the, a coach, 274, 30S.
Berkhampstead, see Samuel de Bercham-
stede.
Berkynge, see Barking.
Bernard, son of Milo de Harenis, 126.
Bernard de S. Walarico, grant from,

126.
Bernard, Geoffrey, 44.
Bernard, Laurence, 36, 46, 49, 50.
Bernard-Castle, 209.
Beworthe, lord of the manor of, 54 ; see

also Bayworth.
Beysun, Robert, 20.

Bicester (Burencester), prior of, 43, 84.
Bicester, see Gunnella de Bruncester,

and Margery de Burcester.
Bikesthorp, see Matthew de Bikesthorp.
Bilbo, church at, 200.
Bilingham, Thomas, 9, 10, 54.
Billing, Thomas, 4.
Bilson, arms of, 130.
Binne, Misse, 9.
Binsey church, loi.
Binsey, see Thomas de Bunseye.
Birch, mr., of Abingdon, 185.
Birmingham, 286, 290, 306.

— Albion hotel, the, 277.

— ' Hen-and-Chickens, the,' 271, 275-
277.

— see also under Coaches.
Biset, or Byset, Adam, 32, 36.
Biset, or Byset, Walter, 29, 35.
Black Notley, 100.
Blagrove, co. Berks, 220.
Blake, see Richard le Blake.



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INDEX



Blandford, dr. Walter, bp. of Oxford,

159, 162, 163, 184.
Blankeney, see Richard de Blankeney,

atid Robert de Blankeney.
Blencow, dr. Anthony, provost of Oriel,

205.
Blenetham, William, 12.
Blenheim, 279.

Blenheim coach, the, 262, 272, 298.
Bliss, Charles, 275.
Bliss, dr. Philip, his Reliquiae Hearnia-

tiae, 177.

— his Life of Wood, 177.
Blithe, see William de Blithe.
Bloby (Blobi), see Philip de Bloby.
Blome, Henry, 9.

Blount, James, brass to, 107.
Bloxham, see Alexander de Bloxam,

Margery de Bloxam, and William de

Bloxham.
Blundus, De cosmographia, MS., 120.
Blyth, John, 267, 275, 300, 301.
Bobart, ' the Classical Coachman,' 269.
Bobert, Jacob, account of him and his son

Jacob, 1S7, 190, 191.
Boched, see Auger le Boched.
Bodyn, or Bodin, Cecilia, 38.

— her father Robert, 38.
Bodyn, Edith, son of Stephen, 18.
Bodyn, Joan, 33.

Bodyn, Juliana, 33, 43.
Bodyn, Nicholas, 15, 55.
Bodyn, Philip, 42.

— his mother Juliana, 43.
Bodyn, Robert, 4, 8, 35, 38, 84.
Bodyn, Roger, son of Stephen, 16.
Bodyn, Stephen, 16, 18.

Eodyn, William, his daughter Joan, 33.

— his mother Juliana, 33.
Bodyn, see also Bowdyn.

Bogo de Clare, dom, rector of St. Peter's
in the East, 8.

— his manor of Holywell, 58.

— his tenement called Oriolehalle, 31.
Bohun, arms of, 115.

Bolendene, see Bullingdon.

Bolge, Maud, of Wallingford, 45.

Bolitrayet, Alice, 46.

Bolt, Roger, 92.

Bolton, Dick, 276.

Bonere, see William le Bonere.

liontyre. Rose, 32.

Bookbinder (Ligator), see Simon the
Bookbinder, Stephen the Bookbinder,
and William the Bookbinder.

Borewald, Lambert, 14.

Boreworth, 74-

Bosley's hotel, Hereford, 275, 285, 307.

Bosstock, Edward, 193.

— his brother William, 193.
Bost, Walter, 76, 77, 81, 82, 91.



Bosworth, Henry, monument of, 112.
Botham, mrs., hotel-keeper, 282, 2S3.
Botley (Botele), see Richard de Botele,

and Walter de Botele.
Botreaux, arms of, 113, 120.
Boughton, mr., 208.
Bound, Philip, 1S5.
Bourchier, — , ostler, of Star hotel, 273,

308.
Bourchier, dr. Thomas, 224.
Bourchier, sir William, 124.
Boveton, Lucy, 35.
Bovetun, Godfrey, 78.
Bowdler, mr., 185.
Bowdyn, family of, arms, &c., 104.
Bowdyn, Ralph de, 104.
Bowdyn, see also Bodyn.
Bowers, William, 271, 289, 290.
Bowyer, sir George, 2S2.
Boxore, see Alice de Boxore.
BoymuUe, Iffley parish, 71.
Boys, Malina, her tomb, 107.
Brackele, see Ralph de Brackele, Richard

de Brackele, Robert de Brackele, and

Sweche de Brakley, Adam.
Bradbridge, arms of, 130.
Brademor meadow, 65.
Bradewelle, see Richard de Bradewelle.
Bramble, Jack, 275, 285, 288, 302, 303.
Brampton, see John de Brampton, atid

William de Bramton.
Bray, James, 274.
Brayer, see Godfrey le Brayer.
BrehuUe, see Brill.
Brentingham, arms of, 121.
Bridge, mr., 259-261.
Bridget, saint, 1 10.
Bridgewater, lord, 201.
Bridport, see John de Brideport.
Briggs, farmer, 293.
Brighton, coach to, 271.
— Crossweller's Blue coach office at,

271.
Brill (BrehuUe), see \\ illiam de Bre-
huUe.
Brine, Maud, 55.

Bristol, bp. of, sec Browne, G. F.
Bristol, coaches to, 270, 271, 277, 30S.
Bristol fair, 200.
Bristol (Bristwille), see Richard de

Bristol.
Brodeic, Nicholas, 34.
Brome, see Adam de Brome.
Bronton, see Robert de Bronton.
Broughton, see John de Brouhton.
Hrowell, Herbert, 253-255.
Browne, Geo. Forrest, bp. of Bristol,

his Histoiy of St. Catharine's Coll.,

Cambr. , if)6.
Brudeport, see Bridport.
Bruman, heirs of, 91.



INDEX



315



Bruman, Richard, sen., 95.

— his son Richard, 9-;.
Bruraman le Riche, 96.
]5run, John, So, 82.

— his brother William, 82.
Bruncester, see Bicester.
Brunest, Gunnulda, 19.
Brnnest, John, 19.
Brunest, Richard, 19.

Bryant's livery stables in the Haymarket,

236.
Bubwith, Nicholas, bp. of Bath and

Wells, 195.
Bucce, Nicholas, 22.
Buckenhulle, 92.
Buckingham, county, 66.
Buckingham, duke of, see Stamford,

Humphrey.
Buckland, see John de Bocland,
Budde, GeoftVey, 77.
Budde, Juliana, 85.
Bullingham, arms of, 130.
BuUoc, Richard, 93.
Bnnseye, see Binsey.
Bunte, Thomas, 32.

— his father John, 32.
Eurbridge, John, brass to, 106.
Burcester (Bicester), see Margery de

Burcester.
Burewald, Dionysia, 34.
Burewald, Lambert, 34.
Burewald, Roger, 55.
Burey, dr. Arthur, 215,
Burford, 274.

— a mason of, 207.
Burford, Edward, 272, 297.
Burgan, Ralph, 74, 75.

— his brother William, 74.
Burgan, William, 73, 74, 75.
Burgeis, or Burgeys, John, 43, 60.
Burgeis, Philip, 23, 43, 60.
Burgeys (Burges), John, 16, 23, 48.
Buriende, le, in Marston, 69.
Burke, Sporting, his wager, 298.
Burton, Robert, vicar of St. Thomas's,

arms of, 1 1 1 .
But, Robert, 83, 93.

Butiller (Buttiller), see Peter le Butiller.
Butt, mr., crier and marshal, 252.
Byrland, see Thomas de Byrland.
Byset, Adam, 32, 36.
Byset, Walter, 29, 35.

Cadewell, see William de Cadewelle.
Cambridge, coaches to, 267, 2 70, 2 7 1, 2 76.

— St. Catherine's Hall, consecration of
the chapel, 166, 173, 174.

master of, see Dawes, sir William.

— St. John's College, 193, 194.
Camera, see John de Camera, Richard

de Camera, atid Syward de Camera.



Camsale, see Richard de Camsale.
Canon, Richard, 92, 93.
Cantelupe, arms of, 1 12.
Canterbury, arms of the see, 108, ill,
123, 131-134.

— archbishops of, see Chicheley, Hen. ;
Cranmer.Tho. ; Edmund, Saint; Islip,
Simon; Laud, Will.; Morton, John ;
a«^/ Stafford, John.

Canterbury, see Richard de Canterbury.
Carlisle, arms of the see, 125.

— bishop of (c. 1279), 8.
Camifex, see Arthur the Butcher.
Carpenter, arms of, 117. See also

Geoffrey le Carpenter.

Guy the C. Richard the C.

Ralph the C. William the C.
Carpenter, John, bp. of Worcester, 204.
Carruthers, — , coach proprietor, 307.
Castle, James, 272, 29S.
Catherine, saint, 1 10.

— account of her, 206, 207.

Catton, Robert, prior of Norwich, iii.

Causer, see Geoffrey le Sauser.

Cauz (Cavet), see Benedict le Cauz.

Caversham House, 279.

Caxston, Philip, brass to, no.

CeciHa de Scireburn [Sherborne], 54.

Cecilia of Winchester, 44.

Celcina la Russe, 34.

Cerle, Reginald, 21.

Chace, arms of, 118, 119.

Chadworth, arms of, 120.

Chalmsleye, 75.

Champion, the, a coach, 276, 287, 308.

Chancery, 211.

Chaplain, see Hugh the Chaplain, and

John the Chaplain.
Chaplin, W., 307.
Charles I, king, his entertainment at

St. John's, 193; his portrait, 193.

— pictures of Charles I and Henrietta
Maria (1633), 129.

— receives plate from St. John's College
(1644), 197- !

— his gift to Exeter College, 215.
Charles II, king, bowl and cover given

by him to the City, 248, 251.

— coronation cup of, among the City
plate, 230.

Charlton, mrs., innkeeper, 293.
Charlton, Henry, 275, 285.
Charlton, see Geofi'rey de Cherlton.
Chaumpenays, William, sen. and jun.,

81.
Chaun, see Hugh le Chaun.
Cheeseman, George, 276.
Cheltenham, 287, 296, 303.

— coach proprietors at (Neilor, Danger-
field, Haines, Meek, and Isaac Day),
307) 30S.



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INDEX



Cheltenham, Plough hotel at, 272.

— Royal hotel at, 274, 285.

— see also under Coaches.
Cherhhiille [Churchill?], John de, 20.
Charlton, see Charlton.

Chenvell, see under Oxford.

Chester, arms of the see, 121;.

Chester, bp. of (1279), messuages, &c. of,
4, II.

Chibenhurste, see Chippinghurst.

Chicheley, arms of, 122-124, 131-133.

Chicheley, Henry, archbp. of Canter-
bury, 192, 199-204.

Chichester, 3rd bishop of, see Rede,
William.

Child, Reginald, 70.

Child, Thomas, 85.

Chilton Pond, change of horses at, 306 ;
the horse-keeper's dishonesty, trial
and sentence, 307.

Chippinghurst, see J ohn de Chibenhurste.

Choche (Choce), Hugh, 63, 75.

Choche, John, 75,

Christ Church, see John of Cristes-
chyrche.

Christian le Cordwaner, 54.

Christina, tenement of, 88.

Christina la Prute, 50.

Christopher, 11, 20.

Cicero's Epistles, MS., 119.

Cicero's IVor^s, MS., 119.

Cirencester, 100, 110-112.

Clanfield (Clanefeld, Clenefelt), Hos-
pital of, 4, 54.

Clare, arms of, 108, no, 113, 122, 123.

Clare, see Bogo de Clare, dom.

Clare, Gilbert, earl of Gloucester, 224.

Claridge, Richard, 271.

Clark, rev. Andrew, his ed. of Wood's
Cily 0/ Oxford quoted, 102 seqq.

— editor of ' Consecration of Line.
Coll. chapel,' 140.

Claydon, 64.

Clayton, sir Thomas, warden of Merton,

220.
Clement le Bere, 91.

— his brother John, 91.
Clement, Agnes, 67.
Clenefelt, see Clanfield.
Clerk, see Henry the Clerk.

Paulinus the C. Thomas the C.

Reginald the C. William the C.
Clerk, dr. Henry, president of Magd.

Coll., 186.
Clifford, arms of, 118.
Clinch, James, 274, 308.
Clivinton [Clevedon ?], see Ralph de

Clivinton.
Clothier, see Amisius the Clothier, and

Jordan the Clothier.
Coaches, fares for passengers, 269.



Coaches, numbers carried by, 269.

— weight of a coach, 269.

— the ' Aurora,' 308.

— ' Coaching in and out of Oxford,
1820-40,' by W. Bayzand, 265-309.

— fees of Coachman and Guard, 296.

— anecdote of Tailors versus Coach-
men, 280.

COACHES between Oxford and :—
Abergavenny :

Paul Pr)', the, 293, 30S.
Aberystwith :

Paul Pry, the, 276, 308.
Banbury :

Novelty, the, 276.

Oxonian, the, 270, 271, 276.
Bath and Bristol :

Post Coach, the, 270, 271, 308.

Royal Mail, the, 277.
Birmingham :

Day, the, 271.

Prince of Wales, the, 277.

Royal Mail, the, 277.

Tantivy, the, 267, 275, 276, 282, 308.

Triumph, the, 275.

Union, the, 277, 308.
Brighton :

Hero, the, 271.
Cambridge :

Eagle, the, 276.

Oxonian, the, 271, 276.
Cheltenham and Gloucester :

Berkeley Hunt, the, 274, 308.

Champion, the, 276, 287, 308.

Isis, the 272, 294, 297.

Magnet, the, 274, 307, 308.

Mazeppa, the, 275, 284, 386, 292,
294, 299.

Paul Pry, the, 276, 308.

Rapid, the, 275, 308.

Regulator, the, 274, 308.

Retaliator, the, 275, 308.

Royal Mail, the, 277.

Tantivy, the, 275, 308.
Henley-on-Thames :

Gloucester Mail, the, 2S6.
Hereford :

Champion, the, 276, 287.

Mazeppa, the, 275, 284, 2S6, 292,
294, 299.

Rapid, the, 275.
London :

Age, the, 273, 274.

Alert, the, 270, 271, 289.

Balloon, the, 269.

Berkeley Hunt, the, 274, 308.

Champion, the, 276, 287, 308.

Defiance, the, 273, 292, 307.

Economy without Monopoly, the,

27.^-
Guide, the, 2 78.



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COACHES between Oxford and :—

London {continued) :

Heavy Fly, the, 306.

Light Oxford, the, 270.

London, Blenheim, and Star coach,
the, 272.

Mazeppa,the, 275, 284,286,292,294.

Monarch, the, 276.

Prince of Wales, the, 277.

Paul Pry, the, 276, 308.

Rapid, the, 275, 30S.

Regulator, the, 274, 308.

Retaliator, the, 275, 308.

Royal Mail, the, 277.

Royal William, the, 273, 274.

Sovereign, the, 275.

Tantivy, the, 267, 275, 276, 282, 308.

Telegraph, the, 276, 308.

Triumph, the, 275.

Union, the, 277, 308.
Northampton :

Rising Sun, the, 272,
Reading :

Post Coach, the, 276.
Southampton, Portsmouth, and Gos-
port :

Oxonian, the, 270, 272, 282, 305,
306, 308.
Warwick :

Regulator, the, 272.
Witney :

Coach, the, 276.
Worcester :

Monarch, the, 276.

Royal Mail, the, 277.

Sovereign, the, 275.

Telegraph, the, 277.
Coaches starting from the following

Oxford Inns : —
Alfred's Head inn, 269.
Angel inn, 270-272, 274, 276-278,

382, 286, 290, 294, 297, 304, 308.
Bell inn, 293, 294.
Golden Cross inn, 273, 277, 308.
King's Arms inn, 30S.
Mitre hotel, 267, 273, 275, 276, 282,

296, 307, 308.
New inn, 274.
Roebuck hotel, 275, 276, 278, 2S5,

288, 308.
Ship inn, 269.
Star hotel {now the Clarendon), 272-

278, 282, 293, 294, 308,
Three Cups inn, 276.
Vine inn, 273, 308.
Coachmen (Stage) : —

Adams, John, 273,292, 307.
Bamshaw, John, 'Civil John,' 272.
Bayzand, John, 272, 280-282, 285,

288, 290, 295, 296-29S, 300, 301,

303-306.



COACHMEN (Stage) {continued) :
Beek, John, 275.
Bell, Harry, 277.
Bliss, Charles, 275.
Bobart, ' the Classical Coachman,'

a graduate, 269.
Bolton, Dick, 276, 308.
Bowers, William, 'Black Will,' 271,

289, 290.
Bramble, Jack, 275, 285, 288, 302, 303.
Bray, James, 274.
Burford, Edward, 272, 297.
Castle, James, 272, 298.
Charlton, Henry, 275, 285.
Claridge, Richard, 271.
Clinch, James, 274, 308.
Cracknell, Edward, 267, 275.
Drink water, George, 272, 308.
Eadon, James, 275,
Eager, — , 308.
Fletcher, John, 271.
Foreman, William, 307.
Fowles, Edward, 275, 285, 291, 296,

299.
Francis, John, 274, 308.
Glover, Richard, ' Dick,' 274, 308.
Haines, James, 274.
Haines, Joseph, 273, 307.
Hickman, John, 271.
Hobbs, Jonathan, ' Jonty,' 274, 275,

308.
Holmes, Charles, 272.
Hooper, Tom, 308.
Howell, James, 'Jim,' 271, 286.
Howse, Daniel, 276.
Howse, Jerry, 276.
Howse, Stephen, ' Stivey,' 275, 277.
lies, James, 274, 30S.
Martindale, Frank, 274, 304.
Masters, Joseph, 276.
Monk, — , 271, 276.
Mountain, Tom, 277.
Murphy, John, 274, 276, 30S.
Parker, 'Polly,' 274, 276.
Payne, Thomas, 272.
Powney, — , 271.
Probert, — , 308.
Ritton, John, 276, 30S,
Rowe, Teddy, 275.
Salisbury, Henry, 275.
Sellers, Daniel, 277.
Shilleto, James, 272, 277, 308.
Snowden, William and Richard, 273-

275-
Spooner, John, 286, 300.
Sprorson, John, 271, 277.
Stacey, William, 271, 280.
Stephens, or Stevens, Joe, 277, joi,

303. 306.
Symonds, Charles, 272.
Taylor, William, ' Bill,' 272, 297.



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INDEX



Coachmen (Stage) {continued) :

Tollit. George and Joseph, 273, 274.
Vigers, John, 276, 308.
Wheatley, 'Polly,' 276.
Witherington, James, 274, 308.
Coachmen (Gentlemen), 1820-40: —
Abingdon, earl of, 278, 298.
Dillon, lord, 27S.
Harrison, J. H. S. Slater-, esq.,

279.
Henley, J. W., esq., M.P., 279.
Marlborough, duke of, 279.
Merton College, warden of, 279.
Oglander, madam, 279.
Oxford, bishop of, 279.
Parker, hon. col., 279.
Peyton, sir Henry, 278.
Quick, Edward, esq., of New College,

278.
St. John's College, president of, 279.
Smith, Aston, esq., 278.
Valentia, lord, 279.
Worcester College, provost of, 279.
Coach Guards: —

Bayzand, William, 'the punctual

business guard,' 275, 284, 285, 290,

300, 306, 309.
Blyth, John, ' the musical guard,' 375,

300, 301.
Cheeseman, George, 276.
Gussie, 277.
Jesse, 276.
Jones, Henry, 277.
Jones, Tom, 277.
Mans, Bill, 276.
Mather, John, 276.
Richards, Tom, 2 77-
Sprorson, John, 271, 277.
Suckling, James, 276.
Coach Proprietors of Oxford : —
Costar, Richard, 270, 284, 286, 297,

300. 301, 304-308.
Holmes, Christopher, 273, 307, 308.
Sherman, Reeves, & Co., 276.
Tollit, George and Joseph, 307.
Waddell, mr., 273, 307.

Beesley, 307.
Carruthers, 307.
Coles, 307.
Haines, 307.
Marshall, 307.
Perrin, 307.

Pratt, Walter, 307, 308.
Shackleford, 307.
Snowdens, the, 307.
Symonds, the, 307.
Coach pRorRiicTuKS of London: —
Chaplin, W., 307.
I'^agg, mr., 307.
Goodman, mr., 307.



Coach Proprietors of London {con-
tinned^ :

Gray, Robert, & Son, 307.

Home, John and W., 307.

Nelson, mrs. S., 307.

Sherman, Ed., 307 ; and others.
Cobbe, Geoffrey, his son Walter, 74.
Cobbler (Sudor), see Osbert the Cobbler.
[Coblel, see Cowley (Covle).
Coch, John, 83.
— his daughters Juliana, Emma, and

Cecilia, 83.
Coeplon, Richard, of Chasleton, 185.
Cofle, see Cowley.
Cogan, Thomas, innkeeper, 104.
Cok, Serlon, 41.
Cokesham,j'(?£Adamde Cokesham, John

de Coxham, awof William de Cokes-
ham.
Coleman, mr., musician, 185.
Coleman, Edith, S4.
Coles, — , coach proprietor, 307.



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