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Law and Publio Officers CONTINUED.
Commissioner Extraordinary in the Irish Court of Ex
chequer, 94, High street. Ellis, William Joyner, Coroner for the Berkeley Division
of the County (Berkeley). Forty, Henry, Collector of Church, Highway and Sewers'
Rates, 23, Manchester walk. Gibbins, William, Surveyor of Highways, Arle. Griffiths, Frederick Thomas, Clerk to the Gas Company,
public offices, High street. Gurney, William, Road Surveyor, Maryville, Alstone. Hale, Charles, Surveyor of the Highways, Promenade house,
Promenade. Hastings, W. Collector of Paving and Lighting Rates, Ade
laide cottage. Hulbert, John, one of the High Constables for the Manor
and Hundred, Knapp house, Manchester walk. Jones, Baynham, jun. Solicitor and Secretary to the As
sembly Rooms, Cambray house. Kite, Thomas, Surveyor of Assessed, Property and Income
Taxes, Norwood cottage, Bath road. Lea, John, Road Surveyor for Westall, Naunton and Sand
ford, Hatherley. Murrell, Edward, Auditor of Cheltenham Poor Law Union,
(Pershore). Newman, Edmund Lambert, Steward of the Manor and Clerk
to the Trustees of the Cheltenham Roads, Essex place,
Rodney terrace. Packwood, John, Solicitor to the Conservative Association,
441, High street. Paul, Andrew, Town Surveyor (buildings), 397, High st. Preston, John, Bailiff of the Manor and Hundred and Town
Crier, Arcade. Rowe, George, High Bailiff of the Manor and Hundred, 9,
Clạrence street. Russell, George, Town Surveyor, Clonbrock house, St.
Margaret's. Straford, Joseph Cooper, Clerk to the Trustees of the Glou
cester, Evesham, and Winchcomb roads, Bath road. Ticehurst, Rowland James, Clerk to the Board of Guardians,
Williams, George Edmunds, Clerk to the Magistrates, to
the Commissioners of Land, Assessed, and Property Taxes, to the Deputy Lieutenant and to the Water Works and Sewers Companies, public offices, High street.
Collectors of Land, Assessed, Property and Income Taxos. Acock John, for Swindon, Swindon. Bridgewater William, for the North side of the town, 1,
Portland street. Onley Samuel, for the South side of the town, Hewlett street. Broad William, for Westall, Naunton and Sandford, Rutland
cottage, Henrietta street. Buckle John, (Assessed only) for Boddington, Withey bridge,
Boddington. Carter William Thomas (Income and Property), for Arle,
Arle. Cooke John, for Charlton Kings, Charlton Kings. Hayward William, for Prestbury, Prestbury. Hicks Edwin, for Leckhampton, Leckhampton. Hyett John, (Income and Property), for Boddington and
Staverton, Boddington. Kearsey John Rogers, (Assessed only) for Arle, Arle. Minett John, (Assessed only) for Bishop's Cleeve, Bishop's
Cleeve. Perry Thomas Gilly (Alstone Mill), and White Thomas,
for Alstone. Rayer Richard (Property and Income), for Bishop's Cleeve,
Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages. Superintendent, Ticehurst Rowland James, Essex place. Registrar of Marriages for the Union, Harper Samuel
Charles, 318, High street. Registrar of Births and Deaths, for Cheltenham district,
Harper Samuel Charles, ditto. Registrar of Births and Deaths, for the out districts, Pear
man Robert, Leckhampton. Registrar of Births and Deaths, for the Cleeve district,
Grizzell Charles, Cleeve.
Public Buildings, Institutions, Offices, &c,
ECCLESIASTICAL EDIFICES, &c. ST. MARY's, or Parish Church, near High Street; Perpetual
Curate, Rev. Francis Close; Curate, Rev. Maximilian Geneste; Clerk, John Glass; Organist, Thos. Woodward;
Sexton, William Forty. CHRISTCHURCH, Alstone; Incumbent, Rev. Archibald Boyd;
Organist, George Washbourn Morgan; Clerk, John
Wilkins; Pew Agent, Hy. Davies, Montpellier promenade. St. Paul's (Parochial), St. Paul's Street north ; Incumbent,
Rev. Charles Henry Bromby; Curate, Rev. William Hamilton Bodley ; Clerk, James Saunders; Organist,
John Ward; Pew Agent, James Saunders, 92, High St. St. James's, Suffolk Square; Incumbent, Rev. F. D. Gilby;
Curate, Rev. J. Croker; Clerk, Henry Waite; Organist, James Uglow; Pew Agent, Francis Fletcher, 10, Mont
pellier avenue. St. John's, Berkeley Street; Incumbent, Rev. W. Spencer
Phillips; Curate, Rev. Alexander Watson; Organist, Jeremiah O. Smith; Pew Agent, Thomas Shipton, 13,
Promenade villas. St. Philip's, Leckhampton; Rector, Rev. Charles Brandon
Trye; Incumbent, Rev. J. E. Riddle; Organist, Samuel H. Cox; Clerk, John Fletcher; Pew Agent, J. Lapidge,
13, Suffolk parade. TRINITY, Portland Street; Incumbent, Rev. John Browne ;
Curate, Rev. L. Armitage; Clerk, John Urch; Organist, J. W. Evans; Pew Agent, John Lee, 384, High Street.
Independent of these Churches, divine worship, under the Episcopal Establishment, is performed on Sunday at the NATIONAL SCHOOL Room, Bath road; Minister, Rev. S.
Westbrook. St. Peter's, DISTRICT School Room, Tewkesbury road ;
Minister, Rev. W. Hodgson. School Rooms, Alstone (Evening); Minister, Rev. E. Boyd.
Dissenting Places of Worship. BAPTIST (Bethel), St. James's place; Rev. Thos. Blomfield. BAPTIST (Ebenezer), King street; Rev.J. Statham.
BAPTIST (Salem), Clarence parade ; Rev. Wm. Garrett Lewis. Baptist (Zoar), Manchester walk; Rev. Charles Merrett. Cheltenham Chapel, St. George's sq.; Ministers, various. INDEPENDENT (Highbury): Rev. Andrew Morton Brown. Lady HuntinGDON's (Portland), North place; Rev. Leonard
James Wake. PRIMITIVE METHODISTS, Tewkesbury road. Quakers' Meeting House, Manchester walk. UNITARIAN, Bay's hill ; Rev. William Smith. WESLEYAN, St. George's street, and BETHESDA, Great Nor
wood street ; Ministers, Rev. William Burt, Rev. George Robinson, and Rev. George C. Taylor.
Jew's SYNAGOGUE, St. James's Square; Rev. Isaac Pulver. ROMAN CATHOLIC, Manchester walk; Rev. Jas. H. Dowding.
ASYLUMS, DISPENSARIES, &c. DISPENSARY, for the Diseases of Women and Children, Eye
Infirmary, and Lying-in Institution, 7, St. George's street ; Consulting Physician, H. C. Boisragon; Consulting Surgeon, Edward Fricker ; Surgeon and Accoucheur, I. S. Willis; Collector, Thomas Cosnett, 1, Hanover street. Female ORPHAN Asylum, Winchcomb street; Secretary,
Major Askew; Matron, Elizabeth Perring. FEMALE REFUGE, North parade house, Winchcomb street;
Treasurer, Fenton Hort; Honorary Secretaries, Rev. D. Robinson, and Captain Beaumont; Matron, Emma
Murray. HospITAL AND DISPENSARY, High street; Physicians to the
Hospital, William Gibney, and George Bagnall; Surgeons to the Hospital, Charles Fowler, and Augustus Éves ; Physicians to the Dispensary, Collings Robinson, Edward Acworth, and Thomas Smith; Suryeons to the Dispensary, Thomas Wright, Clement Hawkins, and William Philpot Brookes; Resident Surgeon, David Hartley; Dispenser, S. Bloxwich : Matron, Hannah Coppin ; Collector, Henry Waite, 300, High street. Pates' Alms Houses, for 6 poor persons, aged 60 and
upwards, Albion street. WORKHOUSE, (Old) New street; Master, William Niblett ;
Matron, Harriet Matilda Niblett; School Mistress, Eliza Harris.
Asylums, &0. CONTINUED.
Bromby; Master, William Porter; Mistress, Ann Porter.
INSTRUCTIVE INSTITUTIONS, &c. BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY'S DEPÔT, at
Richard Edwards', 82, High street. Christian KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY's Depôt, 91, High street;
Agent, James Blakie. CHURCH OF ENGLAND READING Rooms, Regent street;
Librarian, Richard Rastall. LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL INSTITUTION, East Pro
menade; Curator, Andrew Browne.
SCHOOLS, ENDOWED and PROPRIETARY. Cheltenham COLLEGE, Bath road; Principal, Rev. W.
Dobson, M.A.; Theological Tutor, Rev. W. F. Wilkinson, M.A.; Mathematical Master of the Classical Department, Rev. J. C. Turnbull, M.A.; Master of Civil and Military Department, Rev. T. A. Southwood, B.A.; Masters, Rev. W. Baxter, M.A., Rev. W. Boyce, B.A., Rev. J. G. Gordon, M.A., Mr. T. L. Williams, B.A., Mr. W. Romanis, B.A., Mr. Henry T. Price, B.A., Mr. Robert Airey, Mr. Debenham, Mr. Philp, Mr. Blackader; Professor of Oriental Languages, Mr. A. D. Gordon; of German, Mr. G. C. F. Werner; of French, Mr. M. Felix L. Murgeaud; Drawing Master, Mr. William Brough ; Writing Master, Mr. Charles Chenery; Civil and Military Department, Mr. A. Penley; Physician, Mr. Æneas
Cannon; Surgeon, Mr. James Fortnom. FREE GRAMMAR, High street; Head Master, Rev. W. H.
Hawkins, B.D.; Second Master, Rev. W. Hawkins, M.A. New PROPRIETARY, Winchcomb street; Head Master,
Thomas Bowman ; Commercial Master, Thomas F. Stead.
SCHOOLS, PUBLIC. BRITISH AND FOREIGN (boys), Portland Chapel, North
place; Master, Henry Jackson Moore. CHARITY (for 45 boys), St. Mary's Church; Master,
William Garn. CHRISTCHURCH (boys), Alstone; Master, Edmund Heller.