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CHRISTCHURCH (girls), at Christchurch; Mistress, Elizabeth
Heller, HIGHBURY Chapel (boys and girls), Grosvenor street;
Master, John Archibald Macfarlane; Mistress, Elizabeth
Macfarlane. NATIONAL (boys and girls), Bath road; Master, John
Bennett ; Mistress, Sarah Bennett. NATIONAL (boys and girls), Leckhampton; Master, John
Collins; Mistress, Mary Collins. NATIONAL (boys and girls), near St. Paul's Church; Master,
William Bailey; Mistress, Henrietta Bedford. St. James's Church (boys and girls), Great Norwood street;
Master, William Pearce; Mistress, Isabella Swansbourn. St. Juhn's Church (boys and girls), Witcomb place,
Albion street; Manager, Rev. Alexander Watson, M.A.;
Mistress, Matilda Lee. TRINITY CHURCH (boys & girls), Sherborne street; Muster,
John Waterworth ; Mistress, Sarah Waterworth. Wesley CHAPEL, St. George's street; Master, Enoch Hall.
SCHOOLS, INFANT. CHRISTCHURCH, Alstone; Mistress, Maria Davies. Cheltenham, St. James's square; Master, George Rogers ;
Mistress, Mary Rogers. EXMOUTH STREET, Bath road; Master, William Wilson ;
Mistress, Hannah Wilson. FAIRVIEW; Master, John Wilkins; Mistress, Caroline
Mistress, Miss Allen.
SOCIETIES, ACCUMULATING, PROVIDENT AND LOAN. Cheltenham ACCUMULATING FUND, and MUTUAL Benefit
Society. President, George Russell; Vice do. W. Stone; Treasurers, County of Gloucester Bank; Solicitor, James Boodle; Surveyor, Samuel Onley; Secretary, William Bain.
SOCIATION. President, R. T. Tanner; Vice do. James
Secretary, William Bain. Cheltenham Loan FUND, 300, High street. Treasurer,
James Basevi ; Clerk, H. Waite. CheltenhAM PROTECTIVE Building AssoCIATION. Solici· tor, John Henry Howard; Manager, R. L. Maillard,
310, High street. EAST GLOUCESTERSHIRE ACCUMULATINO FUND. Presi
dent, W. Stone ; Vice do. J. Campbell; Solicitors, H. Stiles and J. Williams; Surveyor, Charles Paul; Sec
retary, W. Bain. GLOUCESTERSHIRE MUTUAL ACCUMULATING FUND. Presi
dent, T. Jerram; Vice do. George Rowe; Solicitors, Winterbotham and Packwood; Surveyor, S. Onley ;
Secretary, B. Thomas. SANDFORD PROVIDENT Society. President, Rev. Stephen
Westbrook; Treasurer and Secretary, James Rees Philipps, 14, Cambray.
SOCIETIES, Various. COBOURGH, OR LYING-IN SOCIETY, for the relief of indigent
married women; Secretary, Miss A. Puller; Storekeeper,
Susanna Waite, 300, High street. COBOURGH SOCIETY (St. James' Auxiliary), for the relief
of poor lying-in Women ; Secretary, Mrs. Cunningham,
30, Montpellier villas. GUARDIAN Society, for prosecuting Felons; Secretary,
James Bevan, 26, North place. HORTICULTURAL and FLORAL AssociATION; Secretary,
Charles F. Wickes, Pittville Spa PROVIDENT AND CLOTHING, 300, High street; Treasurer,
Frederick Monro; Secretary, Captain Schreiber.
ASSEMBLY Rooms, 392, High street; Lessee, James
Andrews. Corn INSPECTOR'S OFFICE, 60, St. Paul street, north ;
Inspector, William Wilkes.
Excise Office, Sidney arms; Supervisor, John Truman ;
Officers, Thomas Holt, Nicholas Truscott, and Thomas
Theophilus Shaw. Fire ĖNGINE STATION (Town), near Jessop's Nursery;
Keeper, John Williams. Fire ENGINE Station (Phænix Co.'s), Regent street ; · Kecper, John Goodchild. FREE Masons' Hall, Portland street. Gas Works, Tewkesbury road; Manager, Thomas Spinney. MANOR OFFICE, Portland street; Deputy Steward, Thomas
Vaughan Banner. Police Station, St. George's place; Chief Constable,
Anthony Thomas Lefroy ; Deputy do. Charles Keily; Superintendent, William Hanbidge; Sergeants, Thomas
Box and John Nightingale. PÚBLIC Offices for Magistrates' meetings, 350, High st. SAVINGS' BANK, Queen's buildings, open for deposits and
repayments every Thursday, from 12 to 2 ; Secretary
and Actuary, Richard Masters. SERVANTS' HOME and Registry, 3, Liverpool place, High
street; Matrons, Catharine M‘Entee and Elizabeth
Wathen. STAMP OFFICE, 38, Winchcombe street; Sub Distributor,
Thomas Haines. Town Hall, Regent street. Tram Road OFFICE, Gloucester road; Manager, Charles
Manager, Daniel Clark.
Bristol and Birmingham Railway. Trains run several times a day to each of the above and intermediate places; time uncertain, as changes generally take place every month.
** Omnibuses from the Hotels meet each Up and Down Train, and convey Passengers to and from all parts of the Town.
Posting Houses. See Inns and Hotels.
Coaches. To the underneath places daily, unless otherwise expressed, but none except
the Muil travel on Sundays. CIRENCESTER, (meeting Trains at the Great Western Rail
way Station), the Berkeley Hunt, at 9 a. m. from the
Plough Hotel. GLOUCESTER, HEREFORD, ABERYSTWITH, and KINGTON;
Royal Mail, at 10 p. m. and to Gloucester, Kington, Hereford, and Ross; the Arrow, at 12 noon, from the
George Hotel. LEAMINGTON, Queen, Tues. Thurs. and Sat. 12 noon;
through Evesham and Stratford-upon-Avon; from the
Royal Hotel. MALVERN, Berkeley Hunt, at 4 p. m. in winter, in summer
at 10 a. m. through Tewkesbury and Upton; from the
George, Plough, and Royal Hotels. OXFORD, Rival, at 11 a. m. through Northleach, Witney
and Burford ; from the Plough and George Hotels. WinCHCOMBE, Favorite, Mon. Tues. Thurs. and Sat. at
5 p. m.; and to Winchcombe and Broadway, Hope, Tues. Thurs, and Sat. at 3 p. m. from the Crown Inn.
Carriers to London. Haines, daily (per rail) to and from Sherborne street, and
Blossoms Inn, Lawrence lane, Cheapside. Pickford and Co. (Agent, W. Groves), daily (per rail), to
and from their office New street, and the Railway stations, Castle Inn, Wood street, Cheapside, 395, Oxford street,
and 158, Regent street. Wells and Co. daily (per rail), to and from their office,
Winchcombe street, and New Inn, Old Bailey.
WAGGONS, VANS, AND CARTS TO THE COUNTRY. Avery's Waggon, on Wednesday, from the Shakespeare,
274, High street, to Bourton-on-the-Water. Haines and Co. daily (per rail), from Sherborne street, tothe office, Bartholomew street, Birmingham; Bristol, daily (per rail), to Bland's Waggon office; Hereford, Monmouth, Abergavenny and Brecon, three times a week; Gloucester and Tewkesbury daily; Leamington, Evesham,
and Alcester, twice a week; Oxford and Witney, twice
a week; Worcester (per rail), three times a week. Pickford and Co. (Agent, William Groves), daily (per rail),
from their offices, New street, to all parts of the kingdom. Wasley, daily from 241, High street, to and from Gloucester ;
goods forwarded to all parts.
Carts and Vans. From Beckingsale's Passage, 187, High Street. Cirencester ........ Monday & Friday, 6 a.m... Arkell. Tewkesbury ........ Wednesday, 10 a.m. ...... Arkell.
From the Bell Tap, Winchcombe Street. Cambridge ........ Saturday, 1 p.m. ........ Organ Whitminster ........ Saturday, 1 p.m..........Organ
From the Eight Bells, Church Street. Beckford .......... Tuesday & Saturday...... Taylor. Burford ............ Tuesday ................ Harris. Guiting ............ Thursday .............. Andrews.
From the King's Head, 295, High Street Chasely ............ Thursday .............. Scrivens. Chipping Norton .... Thursday & Saturday...... Hornsby. Stow .............. Thursday & Saturday...... Hornsby.
From the Old Swan, 60, High Street. Caudlegreen........ Tuesday & Thursday...... Rouse.
From the Shakespeare, 274, High Street. Bourton .......... Wednesday, 1 .......... Avery. Gloucester ........daily .................. Plasted. Hereford ..........Monday & Thursday ...... Beesley. Slaughter .......... Tuesday, 11 a.m. ........ Hayward. Tewkesbury ........ daily .................. Beesley.
From the Sidney Arms, Pittville Street. Broadway ........ Tuesday & Saturday ...... Viszard. Camden ..........Tuesday & Saturday ...... Viszard. Overbury ..........Saturday, 4 p.m. ........ Willis. Winchcombe ...... Tuesday & Saturday ...... Viszard,