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Cooke Henry, 21, Albion street Martin, Baskett, & Martin, 4, Im-
Nicholls Wm. 8, St. James st Floyd Charles, 16, Ambrose st Rouse Frederick, 4, High street Haley Frances & Son (ivory and Stone John, 262, High street
wood), Rose and Crown passage Tymms Wm. R. 23, Sherborne pl Haynes George, St. George's pl Vimpany Richard, 6, Winchcomb Parry Edwin, Chester walk, &*22, street Albion street
| Waite Thomas, 341, High st. Spring Charles, 15, St. James's st Waite Wm. 301, High street Tinkler John, 168, High street Williams Wm. 19, Colonnade Waite James, 8, Arcade
Waterproofer of Woollen
Herbert Edward, 24, Tivoli place
& 16, Fairview street
Davis John, Park street
| Eldridge Thomas, Jersey street Millard Elizth. 13, Chester wk
Etheridge Joseph, Leckhampton
Freeman Wm. Albion street Peters Mary, Regent place
Harris Samuel, Clare street
James Isaac, Lypate street
| Roberts Geo. Russell street
Young John (& agricultural imShaw Jno. Fredk. Albion street | plement maker), Gloucester rd Wheeler Daniel, 6 & 7, Albion st
whitesmiths. Watch & Clock Makers. See Ironmongers, also Lock, and Abbott Jno. Robt. 3, Suffolk par
Whitesmiths. Brown Fredk. 19, Winchcomb st Brown Robt. 28, Pittville st Window Blind Makers. Edwards Wm. 370, High street Court Benjamin, 1, Regent pl Faville John, 13, Bath street Savory Elijah, 1, Providence pl Hamilton Jas. Hayes, 1, Grosvenor street
Window Glass & Lead MerHowlett John, 9, Clarence parade chants, oil and Colourmen. Huber Joseph, 186, High street Creed James, 68, Winchcomb st Laurenee Isaac, 10, North street Parsonage George, 5, St. George's Major Wm. Fairyiew place
WINDOW GLASS, &c. continued. Miller John, Birdlip cottages
Stephens Chas, Little Norwood st Wine and Spirit Merchants. White Edwin, Norwood terrace Marked thus + are Ale and Porter
Woollen Drapers. likewise. See also Ale and Porter Merchants. Barratt John, 173, High street ?
*] Brown Charles, 128, High street Atkins George, 4, Ormond place, Dunn Edwin & Co.,'124, High st and St. James's square
Fox Benj. Buckley, 152, High st Beman James, Columbia house, Overton & Foster, 340, High st Winchcomb street
| Shirer & Co., Imperial circus Binckes Fredk. 48, St. George's p! +Caffieri Hector, 3, Portland place
Miscellaneous, and 13, Montpellier street Agricultural implement maker.Cambridge Robert John, 19, Gros- Young John, Gloucester road , venor place south
Butter factor. — Butt Timothy, Churchill John B., High street
Alstone villa + Dobell John, 71 & 246, High stl Coachloce & frino
', higa st Coachlace & fringe manufacturer. (central office, Clarence street)
street) —Morris Wm, 38, Hanover st.
Morri. Wms Fleischmann John Baptiste, 118, Chair caner. Hutchins John, High street
Wellington passage Furlong Richard, 5, Cambray loa
Cooks.-Sayer James & John,310, Griffith Samuel Young, (to her High street
Majesty,) Queen's Hotel
Engineer (ciril). - McIlquham
William, Prestbury road +Hasell Wm, 342, High street Fossils and ancient remains (dealHealey Edward, 9, Portland street er in).—Jenkin Thomas, Little *Mills, Brothers, 100, High street, Norwood street
and 5, Montpellier street | Furnishing undertaker.-Brown Thomas Benjamin, 55, High street John, 46, St. George's street İSmith George, 66, Regent street French polisher:--Curtis Henry, Yearsley John, 161, High street | Bedford buildings Wire Worker.
| Glass Blower. — Cole Cornelius,
105, Albion street Stewart Jane (& bird cage maker), Millwright.-Day Richard. 226. 65, High street
Nurse.—Davis Eliza, 18, Glou
cester place Clark Thomas, Albion street Rustic chair and grotto builder.. Dale William, Regent place Newman Thomas, Bays Hill Dodwell Henry, Swindon road Servants' registry office-Masters Field William, Albion street Mary, 3, North street Hayward Thomas, Union street, | Tanner.—Bolding Robt, Alstone Somers town
Ticket writer. —Sperry Samuel, James Isaac, Lypate street
325,High street Lewis Edward, Regent place Tripe dresser.-Summers Samuel, Mason George, Victoria street Tewkesbury road
John NICHOLSON, Postmaster. Letters are delivered daily, at 7 in the morning, and at to 5 in the afternoon.
Money orders are granted and paid from 9 to 12 at noon, and from 1 to 6 in the afternoon. Letters to be registered must be presented at least half an hour before closing the box.
DESPATCHES. Night Mail, for London, Gloucester, Hereford, South Wales, Oxford, Cirencester, Slough, Maidenhead, Reading, Windsor, &c., at 9 55 p.m; the box closes at 9, but letters may be posted to 9 30, by payment of a fee of Id. and 2d. to the despatch of the mail.
Day Mail, for London and the same places, excepting Hereford and South Wales, at 6 40 a.m.; box closes at 6 30.
Night Mail, for Worcester, Tewkesbury, Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Birmingham, Liverpool, the North of England, North Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, at 8 40 p.m.; box closes at 7 45, letters may be posted to 8 15, by paying a fee of ld. and a fee of 2d. up to the despatch of the mail.
Day Mail, for Worcester, Birmingham, &c., at 12 35 noon, the box closes at 12, letters may be posted to 12 30, by payment of a fee of id. and 2d. up to the despatch.
Night Mail, for Bristol, Bath, Dursley, Wotton-underEdge, and the West of England, the box closes at 10 p.m. letters may be posted to 10 30, by paying a fee of 1d. mail despatched during the night.
Day Mail, for Gloucester, Bristol, &c., and West of England, at 12 55 noon, box closes at 12, letters may be posted to 12 30, by payment of a fee of ld. and 2d. to the time of despatch.
Night Mail, for Winchcombe, Evesham, Northleach, Burford, and Witney, box closes at 10 p.m. letters may be posted to 10 30, by payment of a fee of 1d. mail ; despatched during the night.
The office is closed at 10 30 p.m. but a box labelled “ too late,” is open during the night, for the reception of stamped and unpaid letters. Letters so posted, for London, Glou
Post Office CONTINUED. cester, &c., (if posted before 6 30 a.m.) are forwarded by London Day Mail. Receiving houses are also open at Richard W. Clarke's, 1, Montpellier Exchange, James A. L. F. Hart's, 5, Tekesbury rd; Richard Hill's, St. Paul's Cross; Thomas William Newenham's, Leamington place, Prestbury road; Charlotte Kelly's, Corpus street; and William Hale's, ), Northwick terrace, Thirlestaine road. Letters from these places are despatched to the principal office three times daily, viz. at 11 30 a.m. 7 30 p.m. and 8 30 p.m. Letters may be posted at these places until five minutes before they are despatched.
Member for the Borough.
Por Addresses, see Court Guide. William John Agg, Edward Armitage, John Blagdon, Hon. Craven Berkeley, Robert Capper, Rev. John Edwards, Samuel Higgs Gael, William Greaves, Lewis Griffiths, Wm. Gyde, Thomas Henney, Rev. William Hicks, Edw. Kendall, Rev. Thomas Blackman Newell, Thomas Pilkington, Robt. Ansley Robinson, Rev. Robert Smith, Isaac Spooner, David Latimer St. Clair, Sydenham Teast, Pearson Thompson, Rev. Charles Brandon Trye, Joseph Ellis Viner, Col. Robt. Martin Popham Wall, George Asser White Welch, John Gregory Welch and Stubbs Wightwick, Esqrs.
Clerk, George Edmunds Williams. Public Offices, 350, High street.
Commissioners for Paving, Lighting and Cleansing The Addresses will be found in the Court Guide, unless specified in a parenthesis.
Anthony Kington Baker, William Bell, John Browne (Salperton), John Bubb, John Burton, Thos. Byrch (Cirencester), William Churchill, Rev. Charles Coxwell (Dowdeswell), Robert Crump (Charlton Kings), James William Douglas, Richard Rogers Ellis, James Fallon, James Fisher, Benjamin Buckley Fox (152, High street), Henry Foulkes, D.D. (Oxford), Thomas Frobisher, James Agg Gardner, James Gray, William Gyde, Rev. John Harward (Hartlebury, Worcestershire), Rev. Thomas Harward (Winterfold, Wor. cestershire), Thomas Henney, James Humphris (Keynsham cottage), James Shrubb Iredell, John Irving, Edward Jeffries, Baynham Jones, Thomas Jones, Richard Liddell, Edward Lloyd, Edward Matthews, William Merry, Edmund Lambert Newman, John Nixon, John Peart, William Ridler, George Schreiber, Samuel Sheddon, Richard Crosier Sherwood, Edward Warner Shewell, William Nash Skillicorne, Joseph Cooper Straford, Pearson Thompson, Wm. Larkins Watson, James Webster, John Gregory Welch, William Samson Whish, George Arthur Williams (11, Rodney terrace), Rev. Hugh Hugh Williams (Gloucester) and Robert Younghusband (Alnwick, Northumberland).
Clerk, John Surman Cox, 94, High street.
Town Beadles—John Lewis Williams, Primer's passage, High street; Joseph Simmonds, 4, Brighton cottages ; Joseph Fowler, 9, Albion place; John Hill, 2, Tivoli place.
Law and Public Officers. Ball, J. G., Coroner for the Cirencester Division of the
County (Cirencester). Banner, Thomas Vaughan, Deputy Steward of the Manor,
Manor office, Portland street. Barnett, John, Coroner for the Forest Division of the
County, 3, Priory buildings, High street. Boodle, James, Honorary Secretary to the Liberal Associa
tion, Grosvenor street south. Boodle, Thomas, Assistant Overseer and Collector of Poor's
Rates, 4, St. George's square. Bowly, James Hinton, Treasurer to the Township, County
of Gloucestershire Bank. Castle, Elisha, Inspector of Weights and Measures, and one
of the High Constables, High street. Cooke, John, Coroner for the Cheltenham Division of the
County, Worcester street, Gloucester.