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SOMERSETSHIRE (BATH) - 1846

Silverthorne's Bath Directory - 1846

BAT THE

DIRECTORY:

CONTAINING

AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF THE NAMES
AND PLACES OF ABODE OF THE INHABITANTS :

ALSO, AN ENLARGED

STREET DIRECTORY;

WITH THE RESIDENCES OF THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, &c.,

NUMERICALLY ARRANGED :

TO WHICH IS ADDED, AN ELABORATE ACCOUNT OF THE

REGULATIONS OF THE GENERAL
POST-OFFICE :

TOGETHER WITH

A LIST OF ALL THE PLACES OF WORSHIP, WITH THEIR
MINISTERS; THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS, INSTITUTIONS, AND
OFFICES; REGISTRARS OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, &c., AND
SUPERINTENDENT REGISTRAR"S FEES; SITUATIONS OF
THE FIRE-ENGINES AND FIRE-COCKS; FARES AND REGU-
LATIONS OF FLY-CARRIAGES, SEDAN CHAIRS; AND A
NEWLY-ARRANGED CONVEYANCE DIRECTORY, &c.

FOURTH PUBLICATION.

BATH:

PUBLISHED BY H. SILVBBTHOBHB,

LIBRARIAN AT l'HE

ROYAL LITERARY INSTITUTION,

AND

17, WA:LCOT B'U:ELD:ENGS:

AND MAY BE HAD OF ALL THE BOOKSELLERS IN BATH;

AND

MATHEWS & SON, DIRECTORY OFFICE, 9, NARROW WINE STREET,
BRISTOL.

1846.

Price 5s. to Non-Subscribers.

ADVERTISEMENT.

THE present Edition, amongst other highly useful infor-
mation, contains the new FLY Fares and Regulations ;
the first, being in a tabular form, will be found more
convenient for reference. The STREET DIRECTORY has
been enlarged by the addition of several of the principal

private Streets ; but those for business are not included in

the list, as the names of the occupants are to be found on
their respective dwellings. The CoNVEYANCE DIRECTORY
(Page 262) is on an entirely new plan, with an alphabetical
arrangement of the Towns and Villages to which Passengers
and Goods can be conveyed from Bath.

The enumeration of each alteration or improvement
would be tedious ; the Publisher, therefore, anxious to
meet the wishes and convenience of his many Friends and
Subscribers, trusts that the Work now presented to them

will be found a ready and complete local reference.

17, 1f"alcot Buildings, Bath;
February, 1846.

CONTENTS.

Page.

Advertisement Duty Office, at Stamp Office, Abbey

green.

Appraiser's Licence Office, at Stamp Office, Abbey

green.

Assessors for Property and Income Tax ••• ••• 221

Athenreum •.. ..• ... ..• ... 233

Bailbrook House ••• ••• ••• ••• 236

Bankers in Bath •• • ••• •• • .•• 216

London ... ... ... ... 216

B:mkruptcy Commissioners ... ... .. • 206

Barristers ••• ••• •• .. • ••• 206

Baths •. . ... ... •.. ... 226

Bathwick-Bridge Company ... •.• •.. 235

Bathwick Church Trustees' Clerk ••• ... 235

Bathwick Steward of the Manor ... ... •.. 235

Benevolent Institutions and Charitable Societies ... 254

Billiard Rooms ... ..• ••• •.. 227

Births, Deaths, Marriages, Superintendent Registrar of 238

Births and Deaths, Registering Districts of ••• 238

Boarding-Houses ••• •.. ... ... 226

Carriers' Names •.. ... ..• ... 269

Chairmen's Fares ..• •.. ..• •.. I

Charities, &c., and Charity Trustees ••• ... 253

Churches and Chapels ... ..• ..• ... 241

Clergy residing in Bath and its Vicinity ... ••• 249

Collecting Districts of the Bath Union ..• •.• 237

Commissioners for Laud and Assessed Taxes •.. 221

Commissioners for Lighting, Pitching, Paving, and

Cleansing •.• ... ... ... 222

Commissioners for Property and Income Tax ... 221

Commissioners for taking Acknowledgments of Mar-

ried Women ... ... ... ... 208

Commissioners for taking Special Bail ..• ..• 208

Constables (Chief) ••• ••• ... ... 220

Com·eyance Directory ... ... .. • ... 262

Coroners ... •.. •.. .. . ... 219

County Treasurer ... ... .. • •.. 219

Courtleet ... .. . •.• ... ... 225

Court of Requests ••• ·... ... ••. 224

Directory of Names and Residences of Inhabitants .•. 13

I•V CONTENTS.

Page.

Dissenting Ministers •• • •• • •• • •• , 251

Dissenting Places of Worship .,. ••• I"' 246

Excise Office, Bath street ••• ••• •.. 232

Fairs •.. •. . •. . .. . ... 227

Fire-Cocks and Plugs, where situated ••• ••• 230

Fire-Engines, where kept ••• ••• •.• 230

Fly-Carriage Fares •. • ••• ••• •.• 6

Fly-Carriage Owners ••• ••• .... ••. 226

Fly-Carriage ~tands and Mile Distances ... ••• 7

Free Schools •. • ... •. . •• • 259 & 260

Gas-Light" and Coke Company ... ••• ••• 234

Guardian Society •. • •• • •• . •.• 234

Guardians of the Poor-Law Union ••• •.• 236

Hawkers' and Pedlers' Licence Office, at Stamp Office,

Abbey green.

Highway Surveyors for Lyncombe & Widcombe ••. 235

Horticultural and Botanical Society ••• •• • 236
251
Hospitals, Infirmaries, &c. •. . •. • ••• 257
225
Humane Society's Stations ••• •. . ... 225
236
Inns the Principal ... ••• ... ••• 228
235
Insolvent Debtors' Court ••• ... •••
271
Inspectors of Weights and Measures •. . ...

Insurance Offices and Agents ... ... ...

Kennet and Avon Canal Office ••• .. • .. .

Legacy Duty Office, at Stamp Office, Abbey green.

Letter-Carriers' Addresses ... ... ...

Libraries and Reading Rooms ... coo .. . 226

Liberal Association •• • ... ••• ••• 240
260
Licences, with Times of Expiration ... •.. 218
218
Lieutenant (Lord) .. • ... ••• .. . 233
220
Lieutenants (Deputy) ... ••• ... .. . 227
235
Literary (Royal) and Scientific Institution... •.•
219
Magistrates .. • ... .. . .•. ...
237
1\farkets •.. •.. ... •.. ...
218
Masonic Lodges ... ... •.. .. . 272

Mayor and Aldermen, &c. ... ... ...

Medical Officers of the Bath Union •. . •..

Medicine Licence Office, at Stamp Office, Abbey green.

Members of Parliament .. . .. • •••

Money-Order Offices in London .. • ... •..

Newspapers ... ... ... .. . ... 225

North-Parade Bridge Company ... ... ... 235
208
Notaries Public ... •• • ••• .. .
4
Omnibus Routes .. . ..• ... ...
248
}Jarish Registers .. . ... ... ...
225
Pawnbrokers' Licence Office, at Stamp Office, Abbey

green.

Places of Public Amusement and Resort ... •••

CONTENTS. V

s .Plate Licence Office, at Stamp Office, Abbey green. Page.
J)o11' ce tat1ons ... ••• •.• ... 232

Popula.Von of Bath •.• ••• ... ••• 189

1'ostage Rates .•• •.• •• • ••• ••• 271

Post-Office, despatch and delivery of Letters ••• 269

Post-Office Receiving Houses ••• ••• ••• 270

Post-Office Regulations... ••• ••• ••. 272
Professional Directory ••• ... ..~ ••. 206

Public Courts .. • ••• ••• ••• ••• 224

Public Offices, Societies, &c. ••• ••• •.. 232

Quarter Sessions .. • ... ... ••• 224

Races .. . . . . •.. •.. . .. 228

Receiving Inspector of Taxes ... .•• ... 221

Registering Districts of the Bath Union ••• ... 238

Registrars of Births and Deaths ••• ... ... 238

Registrars of Marriages... ... ... ... 239

Registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages ••• 239

Relieving Districts of the Bath Union ... ... 236

Religious Societies •• • ..• .. • ..• 258

Riding-Schools ... ... •.• ... 226

Roads from Bath ••• ••• ••. ••• 261

Roads' Office ..• •.. •.. ••• ••• 234

Savings Bank, Charlotte street ... ••• ••• 234

Sheriff for Somerset ..• •• • .. • ••• 218

Sheriff's Officer ... ••• ••. "' 208

Somerset Coal-Canal Office ••• ••• ••• 235

Stage-coach Mileage-Daty Office, at Stamp Office,

Abbey green.

Stamp Duties .. • ... ••• ••• viii

Stamp Office, Abbey green ••• ••• ••• 232

Street Directory (see also the following Page), with

Names of Residents ... •.. ••• 190
Superintendent Registrar's Fees ••• ••• 240

Surrogates for granting Marriage Licences ••• 248

Taxes, Inspectors and Surveyor of ... ... 22l

Teachers, &c. •• • ••• •.• •.• 2ll

Tradesmen and Operatives' Association ••• ••• 240

Tradesmen's Cards, &c., at end.

Treasurer's Office, Guildhall ... ••. ... 233

Waiters ... ... ... ... ••• 227

Water, in cases of Fire, and Fire-Cocks ••• ... 230

West of England Society ••• .•• ••• 234

Worship Places of Licensed for Marriages ••• 239

Yeomanry Office ••• •• . ••• ••• 233

STREET DIRECTORY.

STREETS OF BUSINESS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN

THIS LIST.

Page. ..Elm place •• Page.

Adelaide place, Bathwick • • 190 •• • • 195
..Alexander buildings •• • • 190 • • 197
.Alfred street • • • • •• 190 ..Forefield place • • • • • • 195
.Augusta place, Lyncombe • 0 197 Gay street • • •• •• 195
George street, Bathwick••

.Axford buildings •• • 0 • • 190 Grafton place, W eston road • • 205
Green-Park buildings • • • • 19a
.. ..Bathwick hill •• • • • • • • 191 Grosvenor place • • • • • • 196
Bathwick street • • 190 Hanover street • • •• • • 196

:Bailiwick terrace • • • • • • 190 Hatfield place •• • • • 0 •• 196
..• • 192
Beaufort buildings east •• ..Henry street

.. ..:Beaufort buildings west •• ........ 192 • • • • • • 196
192 ..Henrietta street •• • • 196
Beaufort place •• 192 ..Ivy cottages • 0 • 0
191
Bedford street (Great) 192 ..Johnstone street • • • • 204

Belle-vue place, Bathwick • • 196

.. ..Belmont . . . • . . •• ..Kemington place • • • • • • 196
• • 192 King street, Queen square 196
Belvedere ••
.. 192 Kingston square, South parade 197
:Bennett street •• • • ..•....• .... 192 ..Lambridge • • •• • •
.. ..Lambridge place 197
..Bladud buildings • • .. 193
193 ..Lansdown crescent•• • • 197
Bloomfield place • • 197
..Lansdown place east
Bloomfield terrace ••

..:Brunswick place • • 197
Brock street • • • • •• •• 191 ..Lansdown place west • •
•• • 0 193 197
..Brunswick street • • • 0
.. .. ..Burlington street 193 Lansdown terrace • • • • •• 198
..Laura place
193 • • • • • • 198
.. ..Lyncombe hill • •
Cambridge place, Widcombe .. 193 197
.. .. ..Camden place •• .. ..Macaulay buildings
..Catharine place •• 193 198
-. 198
• • 193 ..Marlborough street
..Cavendish buildings Marlborough buildings .. ..0 • 198
198
• • 202
..C avendish crescent. , •• 193 ..Miles's buildings .• • 198
.. .. ..Cavendish place ..Montpelier • 0 ••
' 198
.. ..Charles street •• •• 193 ..Mount Beacon •• ••
..•• 198
..Church street •• •• • • 193 .. ...-Nelson place•• 198
.. .. ..Circus • • 194 •• 199

.. ..Cottage crescent • • •• 194 .. ..Norfolk buildings
194 New King street • •
.. .. .. ..Daniel street 194
.. ..Darlington place • • .. ..Norfulk crescent • • •• •• 199
194 • • 199
.. ..Darlington street •• 194 North parade ..
.. ..Devonshire buildings ..Northumberland buildings .. 199
.. ..Devonshire place 194 Oxford row •• •• .. 199

• • 194 ..• • 197
.. .. ..Duke street Oxford terrace, Lyncombe 199
• • 199
..Dunsford place • • • • 193 Paragon buildings •• ....•....•
.. ..East hayes (Upper) •• 191 ..• • 200
195 .. ..Park place 200
.. ..Edgar buildings .. ..Park street • • 200

.. ..E dward street .. ..Percy place
• • 195
..Pierrepont street
0 • 195

STREET DIRECTORY. ••

Vll

..Portland place • • Page. Page.

Prinr.es building;; •• • • •• 200 South parade •• • • • • • • 203
•• 200
•• 197 South-west buildings • • • • 205

Priory place, Lyncombe •• Spencer's Belle-vue ..•..• • • 203
Springfield place • • • • 203
Prospect place, Bathwick ..•• 191 Stanhope street •• .•.• • • 203
..Pulteney street 200 St. James's square .. • • 203
..Queen's parade • • •• • • 201 Sydney buildings • • •• • • 204
• • 204
..Queen square ..• • 201 ..Sydney place •• •• • • 204
•• • • 201 • • 204
..Vane street • • • • 204
Raby place V •• ..• • 201 • • 204
Richmond hill •• •• • • 204
201 • • 205
Rivers street .. • • • • .. 202 Victoria place •• ...•...• •• • • 204

Rochfort place, Bathwick Vine•vards • • •• ..• • 205
W alcot parade 191
..Ro•val crescent • • .•.....• •• 202 ••
'Valcot terrace
Russell street •• •• • • 202 ..•..•
• • 202
Seymour street •• ....• • 202 Weston road • • • •
191 Widcombe crescent
Sion bill •• • • • • 203
Sion place, Bailiwick Widcombe terrace •• • •

..Sion place, Sion hill • • W oodhill place, Bathwick

Sion row, Sion hill.. • • 202 Woodland place, Bathwick • • 191
.. .. ..• • 203 Woreester terrace 205
Somerset place • • • • .. 203'· York place, Bailiwick •• • • 191
.. 203
..Southcot place • • ••

South hayes • • 0 •

LIST OF STAlVIP DUTIES.

RECEIPTS.

££ •• •••• •• B. d. £ £ s. d.
5 and under 10 ••••••••
10 20 •••••••• 03 200 and under 300 •••••• 4 0
20 50 300 500 • ••••• 5 0
.•.•.•.•.•.•.•.•. 06
50 lOO 500 1000 • ••••• 7 6
10
lOO 200 1000 (or in full of all demands) 10 ()
16
26

BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND PROl\IISSORY NOTES.

Not e.rceeding Two Months, or 60 E.rceeding Two MonthB.
Days after Sight.

£.s. £.~·. £.B.d. £, '· £. 8. £. '·d.

If 200 55 .... 010 If 20~ 55 .... 016
Above 5 5 -
Above 5 5 =:: 20 o .. •. o 1 6 20 o .... o 2 o
20 0 § 30 0 .. .. 0 2 0 20 d ~
30 0 •• .. 0 2 6

30 0 <t>.;>l 50 0 .. .. 0 2 6 30 0 ~ 50 0 .... 0 3 fi
50 0 ;.< 100 0 .... 0 3 6
50 0 ~ lOO 0 .. ., 0 4 6

100 0 ""' 200 0 . • • • 0 4 6 lOO 0 l>l 200 0 .... 0 5 0

200 0 E< 300 0 .. .. 0 5 0 200 0 E< 300 0 .. .. 0 6 0
suo 0 ~ 500 0 .... 0 8 6
300 0 ~ 500 0 ••.• 0 6 0 500 0 lOUO 0 •••• 0 1~ fi
500 0 1000 0 .... 0 8 fi

1000 0 ~t:l 2000 0 .... 0 12 6 1000 () ~z~ 2000 0 .... 0 15 ()
2000 0 3000 C) .. .. 0 15 2000 0 3000 0 .. .. I 5
0 0
3000 and upwards .... 1 10 o
3!100 and upwards .... 1 5 0

BONDS AND MORTGAGES.

Not exceeding £50 .. £1 0 0 £2,000 £3,060 •• £7 0 0
.C50 .. £1 10 3,000 ~ :>!1 4,000 •• 8 0 0
lOO •. 2 0 0
lOO 0 ~ 4,000 z > 5,000 •• g 0 0
200 •• 3 0
:I.l.l 200 0 0 5,000 ~ ~ 10,000 •• 12 0 fJ
300 •• 4 0
0 300 •• 5 0 0 ~ 10,000 ~ < 15,000 .. 15 0 0
500 •. 6 0 15,000 20,060 • • 20 0 0
~ 500 1000 0
2000 0 20,000 . . . . . • • • • . • • • • 25 () ()
< 1000

APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURES.

Premium under £30 ..•..... £1 £4 00 and under £500 •••••• £25
£30 and under 50 . • .• . • . • 2 500 600 .. .. .. 30
600 800 •• . . •• 40
50 • 100 . . . . . • • • 3 800 1000 .. .. .. 50

lOO 200 •• • • • • • • 6 1000 or upwards.. .. • . .. • • .. 60

200 300 . • • • • • • • ) 2

300 4-00 • • • • • • • • 20

Without Premium, under 1080 words, £1; above 1080 words, £1. 15&.

APPRAISE:MENTS.

Not exceeding .... £50 £0 2 6 Exceeding £200 and
Exceeding £50 and not
o not above £500 •••• £0 15 0
above £100 .. .. •• •• o
0 Exceeding £500 .. .. •• 1 o o
Exceeding £100 and

not above £200 .. •• 0 10

MISCELLANEOUS.

Affidavit (not used in 6 .,. Letters of Licence from o

any Court) .......... £0 2 6 Creditors to a Debtor•• £1 15 0
Agreement, under hand
0 tLetter or Power of At. 0
only, to £20 or up- torney ....... , .. .. .. 1 10
wards, not more than 0
1080 words .. •• .. . • •• 0 2 0 Warrant of Attorney,
"'Above ditto • • .. .. • • .. 1 15
•Assignment (not other- same duty as on Bonds
wise charged).. • .. .. • 1 15
•Composition between Warrant ofAttorney {not

Debtors and Creditors 1 15 otherwise charged) •• 1 0

• And £1 ~.additional for every 1080 words above the 'first, t And 201. additional

for every 1080 wordi above the first.

CHAIRMEN'S FARES,

.As settled by the :Magistrates.

For carrying one Person any distance not exceeding 500 yards . • 3. d.
06
Ditto 1173 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ditto one mile ...........••.....•. , . . • • • . . . . . • . . . • . . . . . . 10
Ditto one mile and 586 yards • , , ..•.. , ..••. , . , • • . . . . • . . . . . .. 16
20
Ditto one mile and 1173 yards • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • •
26
Ditto two miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • • . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . .. . .. . . .
Every 086 yards beyond . . . • . . • • • . . . . • • • . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . 30
06

CHAIRMEN liiAY BE DETAINED, WITHOUT CHARGE, AS FOLLOWS:

. Minutes.

In a sixpenny fare. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . • . 10
In a twelvepenny fare • • . . . . . • • . . . . . • . . . . . . • . . . . . . .. . 15
In an eighteenpenny fare •• , . . • • • • . . . . . . . • . . . • . . . . • . . 20
In a two-shilling fare ........• , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . 25
In a half-crown fare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . 30
In a three-shilling fare . . • • • . . • . • . . . • • • . . . . . . • • . . . • . . 35

And in every other fare or quantity of ground, constituting
an additional fare, any further time, not exceeding, in each
additional sixpenny fare, as above, five minutes.

All fares to be charged double between 12 o'clock at
night and 6 o'clock in the morning.

Instead of 600 yards, 300 only is a sixpenny fare on
HILLY or ASCENDING ground, whether upward or downward.
But where the fare begins on plain ground and ends on an
ascent, or begins on a descent and ends on plain ground, the
chairman must carry the space of 600 yards.

Chairmen to be paid 6d. for each extra quarter of an
hour's waiting. Chairmen demanding more for their fare
than they are entitletl to; or refusing or declining to carry
any fare when called on; or using any abusive or insulting
language; to forfeit 20s., or be suspended from using their
chair for any time not exceeding 40 days.

The Mayor and two of the Justiccs to direct the measure-
ment of any distance disputed; the expense of which to be
paid by the chairmen, if the distance be less than they
charge; and if more, by the persQn they carry.

The ground that is deemed HILLY or ASCENDING is as
follows:

From the union of the four roads at the north end of Belmont, ascending
northward toward Lansdown place, Camden place, and parts adjacent.

From the south side of Burlington house nmthward ; from the road at
the north-east corner of St. James's square no1-thward; and from the
London road to Gay·~ place, &c., northward.

From the Assembly rooms and parts adjacent, up to and along Russell
street, to and into Burlington street, &c., northward.

From near the Old Bridge, up or along the public roads southward.
From the Flour mill, Claverton street, towards Lyncombe and parts

adjacent, southward ; and up Widcombe hill, eastward.
From the Flour mill at the bottom of the hill leading to Prior park.

TABLE OF DISTANCES,

AGREEABLE TO ADMEASUREMENTS,

~ltb tbe ~rirtu of Q.tbairmen'u §atts atfixelJ.

FROM AND TO WHAT PLACE.

From the Guildhall to From the Cross Bath to

No. Yds. 11. tl. No. Yds. s. d.

1, Belmont •••••••• 616 1 0 I3, Catharineplace •••• 1034 1 0

24, Crescent •••••••• 1180 1 6 20, Crescent •••••••• ll80 l 6

6, George street •••• oOO 0 6 86, Gay street•••••••• 508 1 0
41, Gay street...... .. 604 1 0
12, Kingsmead street .. 600 0 6
2I, Kingsmead terrace.. 500 0 6
Norfolk crescent •••• 920 1 0 I5, New King street •• 510 I 0
a610o4• 6, Pulteney bridge •• 503 1 0
1, Paragon buildings.. 10 22, Queen square •• , • 500 0 6
l 5, Pulteney street ••••
10 25, Queen square •••• 510 1 0
7 and I3, Seymour st. 506 1 0
South parade, bottom of liOO 0 6

37, St. James's parade 600 0 6

From the Pump-Room to

2, Chapel row • • • • •• 610 10 From the AsBembly-RoorTU to
15, Charles street • • • • 502 10
19, Crescent • • •• •• •• 1180 16 4, Belvedere •• • • • • •• 308 1 0
Gay street, bottom of.. 600 06 25, Belvedere • • • • • • • • 306 l 0
3, George street • • • • 618 16 14, Camden place • • • • 605 1 6
3, Henrietta street • • 604 10
9, Laura place • • • • • • 602 10 2, Gloucester street • • 310 I 0
l\Iilsom street, top of • • 480 06 4, Lansdown crescent 905 2 0
16, New King street • • 500 06 10, Morford street • • • • 308 1 0
Norfolk crescent, end of 10 14, Park street .. .. .. 690 1 6
Pulteney hotel........ 970 10
18, Queen square • • • • 520 I0 [The above being hilly ground,
26, Queen square • • • • 512 10
Southgate-street bridge 600 06 300 yards, 6d.]
South parade, bottom of 480 06
Yark-buildings Subscrip- 14, Bond street .. .. .. 505 I0
10 16, Crescent • . .. .. • • 504 10
tion house • • • • • • •• 590 28, Green-Park bdgs. • • 508 10
18, Green street . - . • • • 515 10
From the Baths, Stall street, to 20
6, Grosvenor place •• 1765 I0
16, Crescent •• • • • • •• 1180 I6 1, Northumberlandbgs. 602 I6
Harley place, Rivers st. 1160 16 29, Pulteney street.... 1176 10
10 21, Queen square • • • • 506 I6
1 and I2, Laura place 610 I0 14, South parade ••• • ll74 10
Milsom street top of •• 505 I0 6, Stanhopt: street.... 505 10
2, New King street • • 506 06 St. Michael's church • • 504 I6
27, W alcot buildings .. ll7 5
I, Queen square .. •• 600 20

Winiti'Cd house (part
hilly ground) • • •• • • 2080

[Published at

TABLE OF DISTANCES. 3

From the Theatre to No. Yds. 1. d.
14, Marlborough bdgs.
No. Yds. s. d. 10
10 to the Circus...... 528 10
5, Abbey street • • • • • • 504 10 10
5, Argyle buildings • • 505 29, Marlborough bdgs. 10
22, Bathwick street • • 1173 I0 to 23, Brock street.. <506 10
22, Circus • • • • • • • • • • 504
10 8, Milsom street to 16
15, Green-Park bdgs.. • 507 10 10
10 Laura place • • . • • • 525
8, Lower Church st... 610 16 30, Milsom street to 3, 10
31, Marlborough bdgs.• ll77
I6 Argyle buildings • • 1>03 06
16, Park street •••••• 1174 10 41, Milsom street to 18,
20
21, St. James's parade 505 I0 Vineyards . .. • .. .. 525
York house .. .. .. • • .. 505 Ditto to 5, Camden pl. 10
16
From the White Hart Inn to (hilly ground) • • • • 810 16
Octagon chapel to 14, 16
Argyle chapel........ 520 1 0 10
Marlborough bdgs. 1020 16
41, Gay street. • • • • • • • 505 1 0 Octagon chapel to 1, I0
3, George street. • • • • • 502 1 0 06
Park street.. •• • • • • 1160
New-King-street chapel 500 0 6 10
14, Queen square • • .. 614 I 0 8, Park st. to the lower
10
14, South parade • • • . 505 1 0 end ofSt.James's st., 10
York house • • .. .. .. • • 550 I 0 St.James's square.. 290
10
From and to various Streets, <S-e. 8, Portland place to 1>,
Somersetplace(hilly) 910 16
5, Argyle buildings to 16
Pulteneyhotelto 3,Laura 20
40,Pulteneystreet.. 504 1 0 place .. .. .. • .. .. • o06 16
10
Argylechapel tol,Kings- Ditto to St. Andrew's 10
terrace .. •• .. .. .. 1200 I0
mead square • • • • . • 567 1 0 10
Ditto to 1, Paragon bgs. 1186
Christchurch to !,Rivers Ditto to 1, Belmont •• 119o
street (hilly ground) 306 1 0
2, Queen's parade to 11,
Ditto to 2, Crescent • • 510 1 0
Ditto to 41, Gay street 502 1 0 Russell street . • • • 504
Ditto to 6, Lansdown
2, Crescent to 6, Oxford
road (hilly) •• •.. • 806
row . • • . . . . • . . . • 505 1 0 3, Queen's parade to 5,

22,Crescent to 8,Edward Belmont • • • • . • • • 1>20
street. ........... 1762 2 0
26, Rivers street to 16,
6, Edward street to 23, Burlington street • • 265
Rivers street ...... I410 I 6
1, Russell street to top
4, Gallaway's buildings
of Burlington street
to 18, Green street. • 490 0 6 (hilly) .. • • .. .. • • 206
8, Russell street to 12,
16, Gay street to 25, Burlington st. (hilly) 306
Crescent • • • • • • • • 503 1 0
10, Russell street to 14,
6, George street to 2,
Pa.rk street. • • • • • • • 780
Crescent .. .. .. • • 502 1 0 Top of Russell street to

23,Green-:Park buildings 1, Queen square • • 605
to 12, Burlington st. I413 I 6
12, South parade to I
14, Kensington place to and 18, Russell st. 1176

18, Paragon build- 5, Stanhope street to 9,

ings .. • • .. • .. • .. 1160 1 0 Pulteney street .... 1176

Laura chapel to !,Broad Ditto to 5, Bathwick st. 1810
street .. .. .. .. • • .. 505 1 0
1o, Union street to 30,
Ditto to 19, New Bond St. James's square 1170

street .. .. .. • • .. .. 505 1 0 Walcot church to 7,Ed-
gar buildings • • • • <524
Ditto to Old Bond street 536 1 0
10, Margaret's buildings Ditto to 7, Princes bdgs. 604
York house to 26, Brock
to Spencer's Belle-
vue , .... , . •• . • • • 090 1 0 street. . . • • • •• • • • • 504

17, Walcot Buildings,] Ditto to 46,Rivers street 666

4 OMNIBUS ROUTES.

ROUTES OF THE OMNIBUSES

TO THB

RAIL\VAY STATION.

From the LION HOTEL

To the Turnpike ·Gate on the London road by Grosvenor
place, over Bathwick bridge, through Bathwick street, Pul-
teney street, Bridge street, calling at the Lion Hotel, and
then proceeding to the Station.

This Omnibus also calls at the Packet Station at the back of
Sydney Gardens, both going to and returning from the
Station.

From the YORK HOUSE

To St. James's square, passing by Marlborough buildings,
the Crescent, and Circus, through the principal streets, to
the York House, through Milsom street, Stall street, to the
Station.

From the GREYHOUND HOTEL

To 1\Iarlborough buildings, by the Victoria park, Upper
Bristol road, Charlotte street, through Queen square, New
Bond street, to the Greyhound Hotel, and to the Station.

From the WHITE HART HOTEL

To Walcot parade, Paragon buildings, Broad street, New
Bond street, Burton street, Union street, to the White Hart,
and then to the Station.

FARES SIXPENCE EACH.

FARES, RULES, AND REGULATIONS,

RELATING TO

FLY-CARRIAGES,

PLYING FOR HIRE WITHIN FIVE MILES OF THE GUILDHALL•

.11 List of Fares to be charged between Six o'Clock in

the .J-Iorning and Twel·ve o'Clock at NigM.

jfa:rt£1 ll~ iliGtann.

One mile ..C..O..A..C..H....O..R.. 'C..H..A...R..I.O..T........ 8. d.

2 0

One mile and half ............................... . 3 0

Two miles ..................................... . 4 0

Two miles and half, or a fraction thereof •••••••••••• 4 6

Three miles ...•.....................••......•.. 5 0

Three miles and half, or a fraction thereof. ••••••••••• {j 6

Four miles .....................•......•....•...• 6 0

Four miles anu half, or a fraction thereof •••••••••••• 6 6

Five miles ..................................... . 7 0

IFLY~CARRIAGES. 3 4
lor2'
Persons, Persons, Persons,

With 56lbs.-wght. of Luggage.

One mile . ........................ , ••.• s. d. s. d. s. d.
20
One ..mile and .h.a.lf.,.o.r. .a.f.r.a.ct.i.o.n.t.h.e.r.e.o.f. .•.• 10 16 26
Two 16 20
miles 26 30
20 30
Two miles and half, or a fraction thereof•• 36 36
26 40 40
Three miles •••••••••••••••••••••••• 46 46
Three miles and half, or a fraction thereof 30 50
50 56
Four miles ...•.....•................ 36 60
fj 6
Four miles and half •••••••••••••••••• 40
Five miles ...........................
46

60

jfa:reG 1111 «ime.

One hour ..C..O..A..C' H... ' O..R....C...H..A..R..I..O..T....... . s. d.

2 6

FLY-CARRIAGE.

One hour . . . • • . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . • 2 0
Every additional half-hour, or a fraction thereof •• • • • • 1 0

Between 12 o'clock at night and 6 in the morning the
Fares are double

When hiring by time, the hirer may require to be driven
at a rate of not less that 4 miles an hour.

Wh~n a Fly-Carriage is discharged {after being hired by
time) at a distance not exceeding 2 miles from the Guild-
hall, the driver is entitled to the half fare to the nearest
stand from that place.

B

6 FLY-CARRIAGE

Fly-Carriages hired otherwise than by time may be
detained, without extra charge, 10 minutes only.

Fly-Carriages and Chariots are not obliged to be driven
in, over, round, and about the city or neighbourhood, more
than 5 miles from the Guildhall.

The owner's christian and surname, and the number of

the carriage, and also the letters "C. B.," to be plainly

painted on the outside of each door in legible characters
and figures; and to have the number on the roof inside,
on a tin plate, legible to the person in such carriage; under
a. penalty of 20s, for each offence.

Every carriage to remain, when not hired, on one of the
stands, from 6 in the morning until 12 at night. If the
driver, on coming to a. stand, finds it full, he must drive to
the next stand unoccupied; under a penalty of 20s.

Owner or driver asking or taking any greater sum than
he is entitled unto; or refusing to go with any fare when
required, whether he be on any of the stands, or passing,
or in any of the streets or public places, between 6 in the
morning and 12 at night (not being hired); or using
improper language; or abandoning his fare after being
hired and before he is regularly discharged; renders him-
self liable to a penalty of 40s.

Check-string to be provided by owner, under a penalty of
lOs. Driver neglecting to bold the same, or deliver to
every fare, on every hiring, a printed ticket, with the num-
ber of his carriage, is liable to a penalty of 20s.

No person (except the driver) to ride on the box, or any
other part, without the consent of the person hiring the
same; nor the driver to absent himself without a reason-
able cause; nor remain on the footway or pavement of any
of the streets adjoining the stands; and the driver, when
not employed in feeding his horse, to sit on the driving-box
or steps of his carriage, or stand at the head of his horse,
and not elsewhere; on pain of forfeiting 10s.

Owner or driver insulting or opposing constables or
tithingmen in their duty, or insulting or using abusive
language or improper behaviour to any person, touching
any cause of complaint, or before the Justices, to forfeit 40s.

Owner or driver refusing to give the number, or opposing
or hindering any person from taking the same, or giving a
wrong number, to forfeit 20s.

Owner or driver, after putting down a fare at the AssEM-
BLY RooMs, in BENNETT or ALFRED STREET, remaining or
returning to take up a fare, shall place his carriage against
that side of BENNETT or ALFRED STREET next the AssEMBU:
RooMs, and there wait until called for, taking his fare in
regular succession ; and a driver bringing a fare to the

RULES AND REGULATIONS. 7

THEATRE, and remaining or returning to take up his fare,
shall, during his waiting, back his carriage in a row oppo-
site the carriage-entrance to the THEATRE, in the SAw
CLosE, leaving sufficient space for other carriages to pass,
and shall there remain until called for, taking his fare in
regular succession; or forfeit 20s.

Licence may be suspended, or wholly taken away, for
offences against the By-Laws.

Disputes arising as to distance, the length may be ascer-
tained by admeasurement, under the direction of the Mayor,
and the costs and charges to be paid by the party in error.

Owner or driver of carriage in which any property is left.
is to deposit the- same in the Town Clerk's Office, in the
Guildhall, within 24 hours afterwards, or forfeit 40s.; such
property so deposited to be returned to the person belong~
ing to the same, on previously paying all expensest
together with a gratuity to the driver.

Driver refusing to produce a copy of the By-Laws, when
demanded, the owner or driver to forfeit 20s.

Turnpike or Bridge Tolls to be paid by the person hiring
the carriage.

A carriage ordered to any place, the fare to commence
from the stand it leaves: the first carriage on any stand to
be entitled to take the first fare, unless otherwise ordered
by the engaging party.

No fare to be charged for a child, under 3 years of age,
carried in the arms or lap; and every child under 10 years
of age shall be charged half price.

Every driver may he required to carry in or on his car-
riage, with 1 or 2 passengers, any quantity of luggag-e, not
exceeding 56lbs. weight, without any additional charge,
under a penalty of 20s.

No driver of any such carriage shall convey therein the
dead body of any person for the purpose of intermenf,
under a penalty of 40s.

A LIST OF FLY-CARRIAGE STANDS,

A..ND

@ne::.flllile mtstanttfi from tbe same.

From ALFRED STREET to
Bathwick Hill, the upper gate of 1.
Bristol Road (Upper), 12 yards beyond the Turnpike Gate.
Bristol Road (Lower), 102 yards beyond Fry's Cottages.

8 A LIST OF

Darlington Place, upper entrance of 13.
Grosvenor Place, between 20 and 21.
Holloway, 9, Bath City Waterworks Receiving House.
Lyncombe Hill, 22 yards short of I, Forefield Place.
Sion Hill, 15 yards beyond the gate, across the road, at the

West end.
Sydney Buildings, 19 yards short of 13.
Wells Road, 7 yards short of the drJOr of South Hayes House-.
Weston Lane, 6 yards short of Laura Lodge.
Widcombe Parade, 6 yards beyond the corner of 16.

From BATH STREET to
Beacon Hill, 8 yards short of the west ~rden wall of 1,

Richmond Terrace.
Bristol Road (Upper), 3, Gas-Light Bu~ldings.
Bristol Road (Lower), 13 yards short of the Tan-yard Gates.
Camden Place, ·the door of 13, Prospect Place.
Charlcombe Lane, 5 yards beyond the door ofRichmondVilla.
Devonshire Buildings, the front. of 14.
Lansdown Place (West), the centre of 5.
Lansdown Road, the gateway of 14, Springfield Place.

I ..ondon Road, between 3 and 4, Hanover Place.

Lyncombe House, 115 yards beyond the stable gates.
'Veston Lane, 341 yards beyond Marlhorough Buildings.
Wells Road, 85 yards beyond the entrance to 4, Bloomfield Pl.
Winifred's Dale, the division between 1 and 2.

From BENNETT STREET to

Bristol Road (Lower), 4 yards beyond 2, Fry's Cottages.
Bristol Road (Upper), 21 yards short of the Gas Works Gates.
Darlington Place, 4, (upper entrance.)
Dunsford Place, the centre of 13.
Grosvenor Place, 26.
Holloway, 4, Springfield Place.
Lyncombe Hill, 42 yards short of Southcot House Door.
Pulteney Road, 117 yards short of Ferry Lane.
Wells Road, 85 yards beyond the door of 1, Prospect Place.
Weston Lane, 19 yards beyond the gate of Weston Cottage.
Widcombe Parade, 5.

From CATHARINE PLACE to

Bristol Roarl (Lower), 12, Angel Place.
C1averton Street, 8 yards short of the door of 27.
Grosvenor Place, the division between 2 and 3.
Holloway, I, Wells terrace.
Raby Place, 4.
Sydney Place, 14 and 94.
Wells Road, 23 yards short of Somerset House.

FLY-CARRIAGE STAN.bS. 9

From CAMDEN PLACE to

Bathwick Hill, 5 yards beyond the centre of the Canal

Bridge.
Bristol Road (Lower), 5, Westmoreland Buildings.
Bristol Road (Upper), 14 yards short. of the Turnpike Gate.
Claverton Street, 40.
Grosvenor Place, 5 yards beyond the door of 26.
Holloway, Road to Beechen Cliff Place.
Wells Road, 3, Paradise Place.

From CLEVELAND PLACE to

Bristol Road (Upper), the Road to Norfolk Brewery.
Darlington Street, 3 (by Walcot Street).
Mount Beacon, 12.
Old Bridge, 22 yards beyond the centre.
Pulteney Road (over Cleveland Bridge), 38 yards beyond

the south end of Caroline Buildings.
Richmond Place, centre of 13.
Sion Place, Sion Hill, 4 yards short of the entrance.
Sydney Buildings, 6 yards short of 32.
Sydney Buildings (over Cleveland Bridge), 29 yards

beyond 36.
Sydney Place (by Walcot Street), 4 and 102.
Weston Road, 103 yards short of Limekiln Lane.

From CORN STREET to

Bathwick Hill, division between 4 and 5, Sion Place.
Bathwick Hill, upper entrance to 5, Darlington Place

Bristol Road (Lower), 68 yards beyond the front of Hop-
mead Buildings.

Bristol Road (Upper), 30 yards short of the Turnpike Gate.
Lansdown Place East, centre of I 0.
Lansdown Grove Gates, second gas lamp above.
Park Street, 5.
Sydney Buildings, 10.
Walcot Buildings, 7.
Wells Road, 167 yards beyond the gates of Devonshire

Cottage.
Weston Lane, 122 yards beyond Marlborough Buildings.

From COTTLE's LANE to

Kensington Place, 15.

Old Bridge, 21 yards beyond the centre.
Pulteney Street, 32.

From DORCH ESTER STREET to

Bathwick Hill, 3, Dunsford Place.
Bristol Road (Upper), 3 yards short of where the bounds of

Walcot and Westou Parishes cross.

B2

10 A LlST OF

Lansdown Grove, 5 yards short of the house door.
Marlborough Buildings, Cattle's Lane, 11 yards short of the

intersection of the roads at the north end.
Marlborough Buildings, 6 and 21.
St. James's Square, 2 and 28.
Sydney Buildings, 12 yards short of I.
Walcot Brewery, Walcot Parade, 4 yards beyond the gateway.

From FOUNTAIN BUILDINGS to

(Measured from the Stand nearest the Lansdown Road.)

Bathwick Bill, Upsala Villa.

*Beaufort Buildings East, 3.
Bristol Road (Upper), between 2 and 3, Gaslight Buildings.
Bristol Road (Lower), entrance to the Old Ferry.
*Grosvenor Place, between 26 and 27.
Holloway Road, shop door of 2, Hayes Place.
Lyncombe Hill, 3, Augusta Place.
Pulteney Road, 142 yards beyond Ferry Lane.
Sion Hill, 30 yards beyond the door of Sion Villa.
Sion Hill, 18 yards below the lower corner of Laurel Cottage.
:Sydney Buildings, 27.
Wells Road, 81 yards beyond the door to South Hayes.
Weston Lane, 52 yards beyond the gates of Victoria Nursery.
Widcornbe Hill, 7 yards short of the gate of 3, Cambridge PI.

* N .B. If the Mile is measured from the Stand nearest the Vineyards,

it will extend 48 yards beyond these places, and terminate 48 yards short
of the remaining places.

From GREEN PARK BUILDINGS to

Bathwick Hill, corner of Sydney Buildings and George St.
Camden Place, 16 yards beyond intersection of roads at the

top of Gay's Place.
Cleveland Bridge (Bathwick side), 10 yards short of the

Toll Gate.
Lansdown Crescent, between 1 and 2.
Lyncombe Hill, 11 yards beyond the gates of De Montalt

Cottage.
Prior Park Buildings, 6 yards beyond the entrance to 19.
Sion Hill, 10 yards short of the intersection of roads at the

bottom.
Springfield Place, Lansdown Road, 9 yards beyond the

entrance to I.
Walcot Buildings, the corner of 25.

'Vells Road, 157 yards beyond the entrance to South Hayes.

Wells Road, 59 yards beyond the one mile stone.
Weston Lane, 3 yards beyond the western gateway of

Ormond Place.
Widcombe Hill, 19 yards short of the Watering Troughs

FLY-CARRIAGE STANDS. 11

From GROSVENOR PLACE to

N.B. The Booking Offices at the Railway Station are within a mile
and a half from this Stand.

Abingdon Buildings, Cottle's Lane, to the centre of 6.
Bathwick Church (over Cleveland Bridge), to the Northern

Gate.
Broad Street, to the centre of 6.
Brock Street, the division between 28 and 29.
Catharine Place, the centre of 1.
Gay Street, 11.
George Street, the centre of 9.
Grosvenor Place, bet"een 26 and 27.
Henrietta Street (over Cleveland Bridge), the corner of 1.
Milsoni Street, house door of 16.
Portland Place, 3 Yards beyond the door of 15.

Pulteney Street (over Cleveland Bridge), 55.

Spencer's Belle Vue, 4.
St. Michael's Church, South-East Entrance.

From LANSDOWN CRESCENT to

Bristol Road (Upper), 1 yard short of Albion Buildings.
East Hayes (Lower), 2 yards beyond the Gate of 6.
Henrietta Street, 21.
New King Street, the corner of 34.
Norfolk Crescent, the division between 17 and 18.
Pulteney Street and William Street, intersection
Seymour Street, centre of I 0.
Stall Street and Lower Borough Walls, corner House.
Westgate Buildings, 21.
Weston Lane, 11 yards short of Laura-Lodge Entrance.

From LA URA PLACE (j1·om either Stand) to

Alexander Buildings, London Road, 7, (from the Northern-
most Stand), over Cleveland Bridge.

Bathwick Hill, 39 yards short of Mr. Bluir's gates.
Beacon Hill, the entrance to 5, Richmond Terrace.
Bristol Road (Upper), centre of 1, Albion Buildings.
Bristol Road (Lower), 17 yards beyond the entrance to

Green-Park Villa.
Cavendish Place, 6 yards beyond the crossing at the bottom
Charlcombe Lane, 31 yards beyond the door of Richmond

Villa.
East Hayes (Lower), the division between 4 and 5.
Prospect Place, Camden Place, 4 yards short of entrance

to Elm-Bank Cottage.
Somerset Place and Lansdown-Crescent Road, 30 yards

east of the intersection.

12 A LIST OF

\Vells Road, 17 yards short of Bloomfield Terrace.
Wells Road, 114 yards short of Oldfield Lodge.
Weston Lane, 31 yards beyond Victoria-Park Gate.
Widcombe Crescent, 8.

From MARKET PLACE to

Abbey Cemetery, 36 yards short of the gates.
Bathwick Hill, 9 yards beyond the door of Woodland House.
Bristol Road (Upper), 7 yards short of the Gas-Works'

Gates.
Bristol Road (Lower), 17 yards beyond the One-Mile Stone.
Kensington Place, 8.
Lyncombe House, 96 yards short of the stable gates.
Mount Beacon, 53 yards short of the south door of 2.
Sion-Hill Road, bottom.
Somerset Place, 14.
Sydney Buildings, 74 yards beyond 36.
Wells Road, 250 yards beyond the Turnpike Gate.
Weston Lane, 385 yards beyond Marlborough Buildings.

From NELSON PLACE to

Bristol Road (Lower), 133 yards beyond Fry's Cottages.
Camden Place (Upper), 6 yards beyond 20.
Hemietta Street, with Bathwick Street, 3 yards short of the

junction of road.
Holloway, 9 yards beyond the City Water-House, 10.
Lansdown Place (East), 15.
Lyncombe Hill, 2, Forefield Place.
New Sydney Place, 1 yard beyond the junction of the roads

at the top.
Pulteney Road with Widcombe.Hill Road, 18 yarus beyond

the intersection.
Raby Place, 7.
Sydney Place and Bathwick Street, 7 yards beyond the

m• tersecti•on.
Walcot Parade, 11 yards short of the Crossing at the

bottom.
Wells Road, 63 yards short of the entrance of South Hayes.

From NEW ORCHARD STREET to

Bathwick Hill, 3.
Bristol Road (Upper), 5, Lark Place.
Bristol Road (Lower),30 yds. beyond the road to the Prison.
Darlington Place, 19, (Upper entrance.)
Lansdown Crescent, centre of 3.
Lansdown Road, 5 yards beyond the entrance to I, Spring-

field Place.
Park Street, 7 yards beyond the door of 37.

FLY-CARRIAGE STANDS. 13

Sydney Buildings, 15.
Walcot Buildings, the corner of 20.
Wells Road, 59 yds. beyond the gates of Devonshire Cottage.
Weston Road, Victoria-Park Gates.

From THE LITERARY INSTITUTION (North

Parade) to

Abbey Cemetery, 7 yards short of the gates.

Bathwick Hill, to 3, Prospect Place.

Bristol Road (Upper), 39 yards short of the Turnpike Gate.
Bristol Road (Lower), 45 yards beyond the One-Mile Stone.
Charlcombe Lane, 8 yards short of the door of Richmond

Villa.

Devonshire Buildings, 23 yards short of the road in ft·ont.

Lansdown Place West, 4.
London Road, Hanover Place, 3 yards beyond.
Park Street (Lower), the top
Richmond Terrace, 7 yards beyond the east garden wall of

Richmond Villa.

Springfield Place, Lansdown Road, 5 yards short of the

entrance to 13.

Sydney Buildings, 32.
Wells Road, 60 yards short of I, Bloomfield Place.
Weston Road, 8 yards short of Victoria-Park Gates.

From QUEEN SQUARE (North Side) to

Bathwick Hill, 4.

Bristol Road (Lower), 45 yards beyond the gate of Green·
Park Villa.

Caroline Buildings, Pulteney Road, 4 yards beyond the
North end.

Claremont Place, Camden Place, the last house.

Kensington Place, the door of 18.

Lyncombe Hill, the Gates of Priory Lodge.

Mount Beacon, 15 yards beyond the entrance of 5.
Sion Hill, 12 yds. short of the lower corner of Laurel Cottage.
Sion Hill, 2 yards short of Zion Villa.
Sydney Buildings, 16.
Wells Road, 72 yards short of Bloomfield Place.
Weston Road, 30 yds. beyond the gates of Victoria Nursery.
Widcombe Crescent, 2 yards beyond the front corner of I.

From QUEEN SQUARE (East Side) to

Bathwick Hill, the wall between Belle-Vue Villa and

Upsala Villa.

Bristol Road (Lower), 32 yards beyond the gate of Syden-

ham Villa.
Claremont Place, Camden Place, the last house.

14 A LIST OF

Kensington Place, the door of 18.
Lyncombe Hill, 5 yards beyond the south wall of Mr.

Bayley's Premises.
Mount Beacon, 15 yards beyond the entrance to 5.
Pulteney Road, 87 yards beyond the north end of Caroline

Buildings.
Sion Hill, 2 yards short of Sion Villa.
Sion Hill, 12 yards short of the lower corner of Laurel

Cottage.
Sydney Buildings, 5 yards beyond the gate of 26.
Wells Road, 33 yards short of the entrance gate of Oldfield

Lodge.
Wells Road, the centre of 2, Bloomfield Terrace.
Weston Road, 30 yards beyond the gate of Victoria Nursery·
Widcombe Crescent, 12.
Widcombe, the door of the New Inn, Church Street.

From QUEEN SQUARE (South Side) to

Bathwick Hill, the wall between Belle Vue Villa and Upsala

Villa.
Bristol Road (Lower), 32 yards beyond the gates of Syden-

ham Villa.
Kensington Place, the centre of 6.
Lansdown Road, 24 yards beyond Weston and Charlcombe

Parish bound-stone.
Lyncombe Hill, 5 yards beyond the south wall of Mr.

Bayley's premises.
Mount Beacon, 4 yards short of the south door of 2.
Pulteney Road, 87 yards beyond the north end of Caroline

Buildings.
Somerset Place, 6.

Sydney Buildings, 5 yards beyond the gate of 26.

Wel1s Road, the centre of 2, Bloomfield Place.
Wells Road, 33 yards short of the entrance-gates of Old-

field Lodge.
W eston Road, the west end of the garden of 1, Grafton

Place.
Widcombe Crescent, 12.
Widcombe, the door of the New Inn, Church Street.

From QUEEN SQUARE (West Side) to

Bathwick Hill, 4.
Bristol Road (Lower), 45 yards beyond the gate of Green-

Park Villa.
Kensington Place, the centre of 6.
Lansdown Road, 24 yards beyond Weston and Charlcombe

Parish bound-stone.

FLY-CARRIAGE STANDS. 15

Lyncombe Hill, 'the gates of Priory Lodge.
Mount Beacon, 4 yards short of south door of 2.

Pulteney Road, 4 yards beyond the north end of Caroline

Buildings.
Somerset Place, 6.
Sydney Buildings, 16.
Wells Road, 72 yards short of Bloomfield Place.
Weston Road, the west end of the garden of 1, Grafton

Place.
Widcombe Crescent, 2 yards beyond the front corner or I.

From ST.. JAMBS's PARADE to

Bathwick Hill, 3 yards short of the entrance to 4.

Bristol Road (Lower), Tanyard Gates

Bristol Road (Upper), 29 yards beyond the west end of St.

John's Chapel ground.

Camden Place, the door of 3, Gay's Place.

Cavendish Crescent, 20 yards beyond the entrance to Wini-

fred's Place.

Devonshire Buildings, 14 yards beyond the Road in front.

Lansdown Road, the intersection of the Roads at St.

Stephen's Church.

Lansdown Crescent, the centre of 3.

Sydney Buildings, 3 yards short of the entrance to 16.

Walcot Buildings, corner of 21.

Wells Road, 99 yards beyond the entrance to 4, Bloomfield

~ace. ·

Weston Road, 300 yards short of Limekiln Lane.

From ST. MICHAEL's CHURCH to

Alexander Buildings, between 6 and 7.
Bathwic~ Hill, 9 yards short of the centre of Belle Vue

House.
Bristol Road (Upper), the west end of St. John's Chapel

ground.
Bristol Road (Lower), 74 yards beyond the gate to Syden-

ham Villa.
J.yncombe Hill, 47 yards beyond the south wall of l\fr.

Bayley's premises. ·
Prospect Place, 33 yards short of TyniBg Lane.
Hichmond Place, 17.
Sion Hill, 16 yards short of the Road leading to Acacia Villa.
Wells Road, 13 yards beyond the entrance-gate of Oldfield

Lodge.
Wells Road, 9 yards short of the door of 11, Elm Place.
Weston Road, 65 yards short of Limekiln Lane.
Widcombe Hill, stable-door of 5.
Widcombe Terrace, back-door of 5.

16 A LIST OF FLY-CARRIAGE STANDS.

From VANE STREET to

Alexander Buildings (over Cleveland Bridge), division
between 6 and 7.

Bathwick Hill, Collina House.
Bristol Road (Upper), the Road leading to Marlborough

Buildings.
Bristol Road (Lowe1·), 15, Westmoreland Buildings.
Camden Place, 44 yards beyond 21.
Cottle's Lane, 5 yards short of the gates of the Burial-ground.
Lansdown Grove, 24 yards short of the house-door.
Norfolk Crescent, within 4 yards of the railing at the

south end.
Royal Crescent, 19.
Walcot Parade (over Pulteney Bridge), 6 yards beyond the

entrance of Walcot Brewery.
WellsRoad, the division between 6 and 7, ProspectBuildings.

From the DOWN OUTLET of the RAILWAY
STATION to

Bathwick Hill, 1 (over the North Parade Bridge).
Camden Place, 19.
·canal Bridge, Bathwick Hill (by Pulteney Street), 6 yards

beyond the centre.
Cottle's Lane, 7, Abingdon Buildings.
Church Street, Royal Crescent, centre of 6.
Portland Place, 18.
BPoarrtlleayndHoPulascee, ,R5iv•yearrsdSs tsrheeotr.t of the door of 15.
Royal Crescent, 5 yards short of the door of 2.
Spencer's Belle-Vue, 2.
Walcot Parade, between 13 and 14.

If the mile is measured from the Up Booking Office, it will extend
to 84 yards beyond these places.

Bristol Road (Lower), 14 yards beyond the Tan-Yard Gates.
Bristol Road (Upper), 29 yards beyond the road to Dredge's

Bridg-e.
Devonshire Buildings, between the back doors of 12 and 13.
Lyncombe House, 142 yards beyond the stable gates.
Wells Road (New), 16 yards short of the road to Hatfield

Place.
Wells Road (Old), 25 yards short of the entrance to Hatfield

Place.
Widcombe Hill, 243 yards beyond the One-Mile Stone.

If the mile is measured from the Up Booking Office, it will extend to

102 yards beyond these places.

SILVERTHORNE'S

BATH DIRECTORY.

ABBREVIATIONS.

BnGs. buildings ; et. court; cres. crescent; gro. grove; la. lane; pl.
place; res. residence; rd. road ; rw. row; ::.q. square ; st. street; terr.
terrace ; yd. yard.

ABBOTT Mrs. Mary, laundress, 24, Hat and Veather et.

Abraham George, gent., Castle cottage, J ames street

Abraham John, shoemaker, 13, St. George's place, Upper

Bristol road
Abraham Mrs. Rachel, Harley place, Rivers street

Abraham Miss, 11, Raby place

Abrahams Oli\·er, police constable, Tyning lane

Aberfie1d 'Villiam, superintendant of police, l, Bride-

well lane

Abrey William, police constable, 19, Lansdown road
Ace William, 12, Brookleaze buildings
Ackland Thomas, confectioner and baker, 3, Southgate st.
Acland Lady Sarah Maria Palmer, 5, Royal crescent
Acres John, gent., 11, Great Bedford street
Acton Rev. Edward Henley, 4, Great Bedford street
Adair Mrs. L., 21, Brock street
Adams Charles, plasterer, 29, Dafford's street
Adams Charles, Shakespeare tavern, 16, Old Qrcl1ard st.
Adams Edmnnd, grocer, 19, Oak street
Adams George, baker, 6, St. J ames's street
Adams George, 16, Monmouth place
Adams Henry, baker, 9, Caroline buildings

Adams J ames, slater and plasterer, 16, Stambridge place,

Batheaston

Adams John, esq.• 6, Grosvenor place

Adams J oseph, grocer, 42, Avon street

Adams Thomas, pastrycook, 1, Westgate buildings

Adams Thomas Cuff, esq., 36, Rivers street

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Adams Mrs. Ann, farrier, 18, "\Valcot street

Adams Mrs. Elizabeth, lodgings, I 0, Seymour street
Adams Mrs. Jane, 22, New King street
Adams :Mrs. 1\1ary, 20, James street
Adams Mrs. Maxwell, 4, Montpelier
Addenbrooke Henry, esq., 46, Pulteney street
Adlam J oseph, carpenter, Barton court, Holloway
Adlam William, coachman, 24, Grove street
Ahmuty Miss A., 23, Brock street
Aikman Hutchison, 1, Hanover street
Akin Charles, professor of the sciences, 6, St. J ames's

parade
Albion J ames, teacher of the piano-forte and flute, 21,

W estgate buildings
Aldridge John, carpenter and joiner, 6, Wellington place,

Belvedere
Aldridge Mrs. Elizabeth, greengrocer, 2, Abbey street
Aldridge Mrs.. Fanny, 3, Pierrepont street
Aldridge Miss Eliza, academy, 20, Camden place
Alexander Aaron, grocer, 7, Peter street
Alexander George, 9, St. Mary's· buildings, Wells road

Alexander John ( Kimich ~ Co.), 3, Lucklom buildings

Alexander Capt. John, 4, Grosvenor place
Alexander Samuel, gent., 7, Lambridge place
Alexander vVilliam, ready-made linen warehouse, 7,

.Milsom street
Alexander Mrs. Harriet, 7, Sion hill
Alexander Mrs. Mary, 36, Grosvenor place

Alexander Miss Ann (A. ~ Holbrook), 40, Bathwick st.

Alexander Miss Mary, ladies' seminary, 36, Grosvenor pl.
Alford Philip, tailor, 11, Kingsmead square
Alien Francis Thomas, esq., barrister, 10, Hanover street;

chambers, 6, John street, Bristol
Alien George, hair-cutter, 24, Stall street
Alien George Edward, esq., 7, Queen square; residence,

Bathampton
Alien John, gent., Hanover house, Hanover street
Alien John, carpenter and joiner, 6, Lambridge bdgs.
Alien Thomas, chairman, 35, Claverton street
Alien Thomas, pork butcher, 4, Lambridge buildings
Alien Thomas Nelson, messenger at Guildhall ; residence,

Combe down
Alien Mrs. Edward, Somerset house, Sion hill

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Allen Miss, 7, Queen square; residence, Bathampton

Allen Miss Harriet, milliner and straw bonnet maker, 2,

Circus place
Allen Miss Jane, milliner and dressmaker, 6, Morford st.

Alleyne Miss Mary, 15, Sion hill

Allison 'Villiam, esq., 46, Pulteney street

Allison Mrs. 1\Iary, 10, Ballance street
Alloway William, locksmith and bellhanger, 5, Lower

Borough walls

A11pass Henry, gardener, Lark place, Upper Bristol road
Allpass John, pennant mason, Quay; residence, 9, Spring-

field place, Holloway
Allwood Stephen, baker, 28, Walcot buildings

AllWiight George, sexton of Walcot church, 7, Marga-

ret's hill

Allwright Henry, carver and gilder, 18; Green street

Alsbury William, Porter Butt, W alcot

Amery William, confectioner, fancy bread and biscuit

baker, 8, New Bond street

Amery William, tailor and draper, 11, Beaufort square

Amery Mrs. Caroline, straw bonnet manufacturer, 11,

Green street
Amery Mrs. Susan, lodgings, 6, Catharine place

Ames Mrs. Mary, 4, Cavendish place

Amesbury John, mason, 9, Lampard's buildings
Amesbury Mrs. Mercy, laundress, \Veston

Amor Henry, boot and shoe maker, Golden Fleecel Pul-
teney road

Amor Isaac, tailor and draper, I, Harington place
Amory Mrs. Margaret, Beaufort place

Amphlett 'Villiam Henry, clerk, 22, Twerton Hayes

buildings
Amyas Mrs., 24, Great Stanhope street
Ancliff Mrs. E leanor, 41, Ballance street

Anderdon Capt. 'Villiam Proctor, 14, St. J ames's square

Anderson Lieut.-Gen. Paul, 2 1, Paragon buildings
Anderson Miss Ellen, 21, Paragon buildings

Andrews Gen. Augustus, Vellore, near Sydney gardens
Andrews J ames, porter, 2, Cornwall terrace
Andrews J oseph, biscuit baker, 12, 'Y..lestmoreland bdgs.

Andrews Thomas, esq., 2, Prince's buildings

Andrews Thomas, White Hart, J ames street

Andrews Williarn, French polisher, 19, Westgate street

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AND-ASC.) SILVERTHORNE'S

Andrews Mrs. 1\Iartha, 13, Belvedere

Angel 'Villiam, 28, Belvedere
Angell George, lodgings, 12, Vineyards

Angell Thomas, fanner, N orthend, Batheaston

Angell Thomas, tailor, 13, Camden cottages

Angell William, woollen draper and tailor, 19, Catharine

place

Anstee Ann, 12, Smnmerlay's place, 'Vjdcombe

Anstey J obn Thomas, esq., 18, Lansdown crescent

Anstruther Miss, 32, Rivers street

Answorth Charles, King's Head, Lilliput alley
Anthony David, pawnbroker, 8, Ladymead; residence,

9, Larkhall place
Appleby J osiah, artist, 12, Mount pleasant, Lausdown rd.

Appleby William, bookseller, 17, New Bond street

Apthorpe Mrs., l, Barton buildings

Arcbard Thomas, pawnbroker, 10, Lower Borough walls;

residence, 36, St. J ames's terrace

Archbell Miss Elizabeth, lodgings, 8, Alfred street

Archer Mrs. Sarah, 4, Sonthcot place, Lyucombe

Archer 1\Iiss, dressmaker, 4, Southcot place, Lyncombe
Armstrong John, esq., 9, Cavendish place
Armstrong Miss, 10, Miles's buildings

Arnold Henry, Strawberry gardens, Widcombe
Arnold Robert Brooks, wine and spirit merchant, 2~ Stall

street. See Advertisement
Arnold Thomas, commercial traveller, 11, Albion place,

Upper Bristol road

Amold Mrs. 1\iary Ann, 21, St. J ames's square
Arnott Miss Cal'Oline, greengrocer, 34, Ballance street
Arter lsaac (A.~ Collins), tailors and drapers, 1, Prince's

buildings

Arthur Benjamin, baker and confectioner, 5, Wood street,

Queen square. See Advertisement
Arthur John, Green Tree, St. James's parade
Arthur Joseph, baker, W eston
Arthur Solomon, gardener, behind Lyndhurst terrace
Arundel Edward, tailor, 10, L,,ndhurst terrace

V

Asby John, tea-dealer, 29, Richmond place
Ascot \Villiam, tailor, 13, Kingston buildings

Ascott 'Villiam, gardener, adjoining Claremont house,
Claremont buildings

Ascott William, tailor, 20, Beaufort square

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Ash \Villiam, carpenter, Traveller's Rest, Hopmead

buildings, Twerton

Ashley James, gent., 12, Axford buildings

Ashley J oseph, gardener, 7, Gay's buildings

Ashley Valentine, grocer, 6, St. J ames's st., St. J ames's sq.

Ashley William, 41, Park street

Ashley William Thomas, grocer, 6, St. J ames's street

Ashman Charles, tobacconist, 14, Bridewell lane

Ashman James, beer-seller, 2, Hetling court

Ashman Thomas, plumber and painter, 23, Grove stJ:eet

Ashman William, gardener, Twerton

Ashman William, plasterer and tiler, 7, Camden street

Ashplant John, fly-proprietor, 7, St. Andrew's terrace

Ashton Thomas, jun., 4, Highbury place

Ashwe11 Henry, 18, Camden cottages

Aslat Miss Mary, lodgings, Claremont house

Asprey Francis, tea-dealer and grocer, 17, Southgate st.

Astley Mrs. Christine, 11, Norfolk crescent

Atcherley Rowland, M.D., 19, Pulteney street

Atherley Arthur Pelham, esq., 3, Ivy cottages, Sydney

buildings

Athrelpho George, slater, plasterer, and house-painter, 31,

St. J ames's parade

Atkins \Villiam, plumber,.glazier, &c., 2, St. Michael's pi.

Atkius William Henry, gent., 16, Kensington place

Attfield Rev. William, 14, Park street

Attwell William, painter and glazier, 25, Morford street

Attwell Mrs. Ann, grocer, 10, Hot-Bath street

Attwood Richard, gent., 1, Bailbrook villas

Atwell Mrs. Mary, grocer and tea~dealer, ll, Lower

Borough walls

Aust Daniel, clerk, 6, Green street

Aust Daniel, surveyor, 6, Kingsmead terrace. See Advt.

Aust Da,·id, builder, 1, N ewark street

Aust Edwiu, farmer, Hill farm, Batheaston

Aust J ames, tea~gardens, Villa fields, and Cleveland

pleasure baths, Hampton row

Aust Peter, cabinetmaker, &c., 22, Vineyards

Aust Thomas, porter, 2, Clement street

Aust Thomas, upholder and paperhanger, 6, Kingsmead

terrace

Aust Mrs. S., milliner and dressmaker, 6, Kingsmead terr.

Austin James, 1, Larkhall place

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AUS-:BAK.) SlLVERTliORNE'S

Austin Ebeneze1·, reporter, 1, Lyncombe terrace
Austin General John, 8, Pulteney street

Auston John, gent., 7, Prospect place
Awdry Rev. Jeremiah, 7, J ohnstone street

Axford Henry \Villiam, house and sign painter, 47,
Southgate street

Ayliff'e Joseph, currier, 40, Southgate street

Ay1iffe William, 9, Princes street

Ayliffe Mrs. Ann, pork-butcher, 2, Market place
Ayrey Mrs., 6, Augusta place, Lyncombe hill.

B
BACKHOUSE John, smith, Barton court, Holloway

Baggs J acob, lodgings, 81 Vineyards
Baggs Thomas, grocer, 34, Gay street
Bagshawe Edmund Lloyd, surgeon, 9, Russell street

Bailey Benjamin, baker, 6, Stothert's buildings, Newark

street
Bailey Benjamin, working upholsterer, 19, Claremont bdgs.
Bailey Capt., 29, Grosvenor place
Bailey Henry, Angel place, Lower Bristol road
Bailey Henry, currier, 43, New King street

Bailey J obn, baker, 3, Lansdown toad

Bailey John, carpenter, 6, Camden row
Bailey Samuel, police constable, 6, Camden street
Bailey William ( Jl;Jumford ~B.), 6, Prior-Park bdgs.
Bailey Mrs., Berlin repository, 8, Old Bond street
Bailey 1\Irs. Ann, saleswoman, 24, \Valcot street
Bailey Mrs. Col., 29, Grosvenor place
Bailey Mrs. Mary, 7, Augusta place, Lyncombe hill

Bailey Miss Sarah, milliner and staymaker, 12, l\Iiles's

buildings
Bailey Miss, Devonshire cottage
Bailie Miss Elizabeth (B. ~ Spencet·), 6, Pierrepont st.
:Baily Thomas, Cross Keys inn, Odd down

Baines Mrs. Col., 14, Belmont

Baines Mrs. Mary, London trunk mart, 18, Union passage
Baker Aaron, smith, 6, East-Twerton terrace
:Baker Alexander, chair-maker, 1, James street
.Baker Benjamin, dairyman, Rock house, Entry hill
Baker Charles, White-Hart Tap, Stall street
.Ba~er Rev. Frederick \Valton, 94, New Sydney place
Baker Henry, George ~Dragon, 19, Walcot street

Baker Capt. Henry, R.N., 13, Burlington street

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BATH DIRECTORY.

Baker Henry, chair and cabinet manufactory, 10, Par-

sonage lane; residence, 19, Ladymead
Baker James, pork-butcher, 4, Little Stanhope street
Baker John, butcher, ll, Stall street

Baker John, cooper, Ferry lane, Pulteney road
Baker Peter, smith, 48, Avon street

Baker Thomas, chimney-sweep, 86, Avon street

Baker William, 71, Avon street
Baker William Henry, greengrocer, 19, Ladymead

Baker Mrs. Ann, 17, J ames street
Baker Mrs. Ann, laundress, 12, Thomas street
Baker l\irs. Deborah, grocer, 6, Piccadilly

Baker Jane, grocer, 10, Avon street

Balderston Miss, 5, Duke street

Baldock Capt. Thomas, R.N., 32, St. J ames's sqnare

Baldwin Edward Lee (B. fS Tanner), 13, Kensington pl.

Baldwin Henry, tea-dealer and coffee-roaster, 3, Bridge

street. See Advm·tisement
Baldwin John, solicitor, 4, Walcot parade

Baldwin Thomas, upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 2, Green

street
Baldwin & Tanner, brewers, Walcot brewery
Baldwin Mrs. C., 15, Paragon buildings
Bald win Mrs. Mary, 4, Walcot parade
Bale George Curtis, boot and shoe maker, ~0, Southgate st.
Bale John, lodgings, 12, Gay's buildings
Balfour Mrs., 5, Norfolk buildings
Ball Charles, grocer, 7, Summerlay's place, Widcombe

Ball Gideon, undertaker, carpenter, and cabinetmaker,
3, Albion place, Upper Bristol road

Bail Henry, gent., 1, Sydney buildings
Ball John, blacksmith, 8, Eldon place, Larkhall
Ball William, coachman, 7, Eldon place, Larkhall

Ball Mrs. 1\Iary Ann, lodgings, 6, Green street
Ball Mrs. l\Iary Louisa, 24, Bennett street
Ballard Mrs. Vice-Admiral, 29, Park street
Ballin Samuel, fur and straw bonnet manufacturer, 6,

Corridor
Ballinger Charles, jeweller, 7, Northumberland place

Ballinger Christopher, gent., 2, Lambridge

Ballinger James, grocer, Batheaston

Bally John, gent., 11, PierrE:'pont street

BaBy \Villiam, gent., 10, Sion hill

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:BAL-:BAR,) SILVERTHORNE'S

Bally William Ford, surgeon, 1, Catharine place
Bamfield J ames, 30, Cornwall buildings
Bampfylde Rev. Charles, Castle hotel; res., Dunkerton
Banfield \Villiam, Elm villa, \Veston lane
Banks John, plumber and glazier, Hawthorn house, Wal-

cot buildings, and Three Crowns inn, Walcot
Banks \Villiam, cbairmaker, 21, Beaufort square
Banks "'\Vorthey, baker> 4, Orange-Grove court

Bannatyne George Augustus, esq., 9, Circus
Barber John, agent and collector, 8, Bath street
Barber Peter, tailor, 2, Gracious court, Broad street
Barclay Lady, 13, Brock street

Barker J ames, surgeon, 8, Nelson place, Norfolk crescent

Barker Thomas, artist, Doric house, Sion hill

Barker Thomas Clement, collector of rents and debts, 4,

.Brunswick street

Barker Mrs. Catherine Tuck, 14, Kensington place

Barker Miss, teaqher of figure drawing, Dot·ic house,
Sion hill

Barlow Rev. Edward William, M.A., 3, Daniel street
Barlow Capt., R.N., 45, St. James's. square
Bamard James, lodgings, 69, Pulteney street
Baruard John, chemist and druggist, 2, Cleveland pl. east
Barnard Mrs. 11, George street, Bathwick
Barnard Mrs., 6, Paragon buildings
Barnes George, butcher, Boatstall lane
Barnes George, dyer, l, Brougham .Hayes terrace
Barnes George, greengrocer, Combe down
Barnes J ames, letter carrier, 2, Cleveland cottages
Barnes J ames, letter carrier, J 1, Dover place
Barnes John Wickham, chemist and druggist, 37, South-

gate street
Barnes Robert, carpenter, 21, Vineyards
Barnes Silas, baker, ·3, Thomas street

Barnes 'Yilliam, Crispin, 6, Lower Borough walls

Barnes Miss Martha, preparatory school, 1, Northamp-
ton street

Barnett James, sweep, 76, Avon street
Barnett Thomas, 33, 1\'Ionmoutb street
Barnett William, grocer, 3, Brougbam place, Larkhall
Baron Mrs. Ellen, 20, Marlborough buildings
Barratt William, 4, 1\'Iyrtle place, W a] cot
Barratt Mrs. Angel, Northumberland place

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Barree Mademoiselle, teacher of the harp, dancing, and
piano-forte, Cumberland row, New King street.

Barrenger "\Villiam J oseph, hosier, glover, hatter, and
undertaker, 6, North parade

Barrett John, surgeon, 12, Orange grove
Barrett Samuel, surgeon, 13, Bathwick street

:Barrett Thomas, surgeon, and deputy coroner for North
Somerset, 40, St. James's square

Barrett William, gent., 6, Marlborough street
Barrette Angustus George, solicitor, 10, Union passage;

residence, 5, Claremont place

Barrow Mrs. Sarah, Baliol house, Carriage road
Harrow Mrs. Sarah, 8, Springfield place
HatTows Mrs. Elizabeth, 38, Northampton street
Harry Henry Alexander, gent., 6, Norfolk buildings
Harry J ames, blacksmith, 12, St. J ames's parade
Harry J obn, artist, 6, Camden row

Barry Mrs. ( Pittard ~ B.), 6, Camden row

Barter J ames, mason, 2, Dover street
Barter John, Lansdown brewery, 6, Bellevue buildings
Barter Thomas, surgeon, 1, Axford buildings

Bartholomew Thomas, Bath Arms, Kingsmead street

Bartlett Charles, grocer, 2, Avon street
Bartlett George, slater, plasterer, and glazier, 40, New

King street
Bartlett John, commercial traveller, Woodland house,

Twerton
Bartlett J oseph, painter, &c., 4, Carriage road
Bartlett J oseph, lodgings, Queen's-parade place
Bartlett Joseph, shoemaker, 4, Middle-Dover street
Bartlett Matthew, 10, Princes street
Bartlett Robert, fruiterer and greengrocer, 4, Gloucester

street

Bartlett Samuel, 14, Lampard's buildings
Bartlett Thomas, cutler and truss-maker, 20, Southgate st.
Bartlett William, baker, 44, Southgate street

Bartlett William, fireman, 20, Fry's Belle vue
Bartlett \Villiam, grocer, 32, Avon street
Bartlett William, porter, 10, Oak street
Hartlett 1\lrs., dress and stay maker, 10, Princes street
Bartlett Mrs., market gardener, Pulteney road
Bartlett Mrs. Sarah, ladies' academy, \Voodland house,.

Twerton

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BAR-BAY.] SILVERTHORNE'S

Bartrum (Benjamin) & Son, upholsterers, auctioneers,

and house-agents, 18, l\lilsom street; "residence, 5,

Norfolk crescent ·

Bartrum John Stothert, surgeon, 41, Gay street
Bartrum Joseph Plura, gent., 2, Cavendish bdgs., Sion hill

Baskett William, bacon and cheese factor, 7, Broad street
Baskett Mrs. Sarah, 6, De Montalt place

Basnett Charles Henry, gent., 20, Paragon buildings

Basnett '\Villiam, gent., 15, Raby place

Bassett John, carpenter and joiner, 2, Seymour street

Basson George, grocer, 5, Brougbam place, Larkhall

Basson Solomon, blacksmith, 12, Lambridge st., LarkhaU

Batchellor Samuel (B. f5 Go.), Corston lodge, near Bath

Batchellor, Harford, & Staunton, solicitors, 1, Vineyards

Batchellor Mrs. Edward, I, Beaufort buildings
east

Batchellor 1\'Iisses, 10, Beaufort buildings west

Batchelor Arthur, grocer and provision warehouse, Combe
down

Batchelor George, cooper, 3, Abbeygate street
Batchelor John, butcher, 2, Morford street
Batchelor William, butcher, 1, Nelson place, \Valcot
Batchelor Mrs. Harriett, 6, Lyndhurst terrace
Bateman Rear-Admiral Charles Philip Boteler, Moor-

lands, near Englishcombe
Bateman Lady, 19, 1\larlborough buildings
Bates John, painter, 24, Northampton street
Bates Mrs. Sophia, 35, Dafford's street

Bates 1\'Iiss Fanny, 7, Victoria place, Larkhall
Bath Charles, dyer, I, Norfolk place, J ames street
Bath Thomas Hull, dyer, 4, John street
Bathe Richard, London vault, wine and spirit merchant,

Southgate street
Batsford Charles, esq., Weston priory, Weston road
Batt John, upholsterer and paperhanger, 9, York street
Batt Robert, poulterer, 6, J ames street
Batten William, milkman, 26, Ballance street
Batterbury Mrs. Sarah, matron of Deaf & Dumb Asylum,

9, Walcot parade
Baugh Mrs. Charlotte, 11, Cavendish place
Bave James,_shoemaker, 4, Cottle's lane
Baverstock Elizabeth, haberdasher, 7, St. J ames's place,

St. J ames's square

Bayley Henry, gardener, 20, Hat and Feather court

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Bayley Lady. Maria B., 7, Park street

Bayliss Thoml\s, lodgings, 37, St. J ames's square
.Bayly Frederic, esq., 6~. Pulteney street

:Bayly Robert, gent., 3, Dunsford place

Baynes Mrs. Augusta, fJ, Beaufort buildings east

Bayntun Francis, surgeon-dentist, I, Bartlett street, and

26, New King street

Bayntun Wilmot Robert, surgeon, 4, Henrietta street

Beadon Mrs., 26, Brock street

Beak James, brewer, 16, Bedford street, W alcot

Beak (Mary) & Headington Misses, milliners and dress-
makers, 5, North'parade

Beale J obn ( Shaw ~ B.), South-hay house, Wells road

Beale 1\'Irs. George, 3, Devonshire buildings
Beale Mrs Mary Ann, 16, Vineyards
Beale Miss Ann, 12, Hanover street

Bealey William, M.D., 2, Axford buildings

Beames John, tea-dealer, 3, Cleveland place east

Bean Thomas, mason, :3, Woodbine place, Widcombe
Bean Major Willoughby, 8, Sydney place

Beard James, carpenter and grocer, 8, \Vidcombe parade

Beard John, carpenter and joiner, Grotto cottage, Larkhall

Beard Thomas, carpenter, 31, Corn street

Beard Thomas, jun., carpenter, Beehive yard, Wa.lcot

street; residence, 3, Vineyards

Beard Thomas, esq., 9, Raby place

Beard Mrs. Thomas, 33, Gay street

Bearnard Francis, surgeon-chiropodist, 5, Quiet street
Beasley Henry, mason, 2, \Veymouth street

Beasley William, mason, 4, Queen's place, Widcombe

Beaton Mrs., 14, Caroline buildings

Beattie Alexander, A.M., academy, 2, Fountain buildings;

res., 6, Highbury place, Walcot
.Beauchamp .Mrs., 9, \VaterJoo buildings, \Vidcombe

Beaumont Mrs. Abigail, 2, Upper East hayes
Beaven 1\lrs., 12, Beaufort buildings west

Beavis Charles, porter, 5, Barton place, Holloway

Beavis John, gardener, Upper Bristol road

.Beavis Samuel, butcher, Boatstall lane

Becher Mrs. Col. George, 12, Norfolk crescent

Beck James, esq., 23, Park street

Becker Ferdinand William, gent., West-lodge, Upper

Bristol road

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Becker Mrs. A. J., 13, Seymour street

Becker 1\'Irs. Marianne, 39, ,Green-Park buildings

Becket Isaac, upholsterer and broker, 6 & 6, Bath street

Becket James, cabinetmaker, I, Cleveland terrace
Beckett William, coach-trimmer, 8, Camden cottages

Becks 1\'Irs., lodgings, 14, Pierrepont street

Beddow J ames, tailor, 3, Little Stanhope street
Bedford J ames, butcher, 6, Brookleaze buildings

Bedford John, billiard rooms, 17, Milsom street

Bedford Mrs., Elmhurst, Batheaston

Bedfo1d Mrs. Elizabeth, 16, Belvedere

Bedford Mrs. Mary Ann, 7, Beaufort buildings east
Bedggood Benjamin, fellmonger, 7, Trinity square
Bedggood James, fruiterer, post office, Ivy house, Sion hill

Bedwell Mrs. E., 17, Green-Park buildings

Bedwell Mrs. Sarah, 8, Lampard's buildings
Beecher Capt., 43, New King street
Beer Cornelius, livery stable keeper, 6, St. Andrew's

terrace. See Advertisement

Beer George, leather binding manufacturer, 8, Wood
street, Lower Bristol road

Beer Jacob, 18, Brougham Hayes buildings

Beer J oseph, boot and shoemaker, 10, Somerset buildings

Beer Samtiel, carpenter, 22, Fry's Belle vue
Beer Thomas, grocer, 6, Corn street
Beer Mrs. Mary, lodgings, 29, Northampton street
Bees John, baker, 29, Oak street

Beesley William, cabinetmaker, 4, Northampton bdgs.
Behel Lewis, 4, 1\Ioorfield buildings, Walcot
Bell Henry, M.D., 3, Raby place

Bell J ames, lodgings, 13, North parade

Bell J obn, bootmaker, Trafalgar place, \Veston

Bell John, porter, 12, Dafford's buildings

Bell William, boot and shoe maker, Batheaston

Bell William, tailor, 13, Beaufort square
Bell \Villiam (Moody ~B.), Kingston house, Kingston

buildings
Bellamy Benjamin Plim, gent., Assembly rooms

Bellamy Wi1liam (Graves ~B.), 3, Duke street

Bence Richard, dairyman, 35, Northampton street
Bence Richard, maltster, Twerton
Bence Richard Brad1ey, maltster, Twerton

Bence Mrs. 1\Iary, 14, Dafford's street

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Bendall Charles, baker, 11, Westgate street

Bending John, tailor and publican, Combe down
Bengongh Henry, gent., 4, Raby place

Benham Thomas Henry, cutler, 7, New 'Vestgate bdgs.

Beniams Miss Maria, dressmaker, 8, Chapel row
Benjamin Charles, wood and coal merchant, Upper Bristol

road
Benjamin George, 26, Claremont buildings
Bennet \Villiam, dispensing chemist, 4, Saville row.-

See Advertisement

Bennett Frederick, lodgings, 40, Park street

Bennett James, professor of singing, 14, Great Stanhope

street


Bennett John, carpenter, 20, Dafford's street

Bennett John, lodgings, and waiter, 10, Rivers street
Bennett John, messenger, Poor-law union office, 5, Abbey

street
Bennett John Dimery, bookbinder, and servants• register

office, 8, Orange Grove

Bennett Samuel & Co., tea dealers, 18, Market place

Bennett Thomas, e~q., Priory, Bathwick hill
Bennett Waiter, carpenter, I, Lyndhurst place

Bennett Mrs. Fanny, 6, LarkhaU place
Bensly John, laceman, 6, Old Bond street; residence, 28,

Daniel street

Benwell William, 20, Sydney buildings

Berkin Miss Mary, 3, Argyle street
Bemard Rev. Samuel Edward, 3, Portland place
Berry Henry, commission agent, 18, Lower Swainswick
Berry Jonathan, boot and shoe maker, I, Abbey street

Berry Lady Louisa, 7, Queen's parade

Betteson Richard, brewer, wine and spirit merchant, 12,

Portland place
Bettie Solomon, surgeon & accoucheur, 8, Bladud's bdgs.

Bettington Miss Sarah, 8, Devonshire buildings
&tty Mrs. Sarah, 10, Kensington place
Bevan George, mason and beerseller, 14, Stambridge

place, Batheaston

Bevan l\1rs. Phrebe, coal merchant, 3, Camden buildings,
Lower Bristol road

Bickerton Lady Ann Hussey, I5, Circus
Bickle Elisha, 9, Dafford's buildings

Bickle Josiah, brightsmith, 9, Trinity square

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Bidwell George, brewer, 3, Barton place_, Holloway
Biffen Mrs. Susan, lodgings, 3, Paragon buildings

Biffen Miss Sophia, milliner, 16, Corridor. See Advt.

Biggs Felix Keevil, tailor, &c., 24, Milsom street
Biggs Robert, chemist and druggist, Charles street, and

24, Monmouth stl·eet
Biggs Thomas, 4, Princes street
Biggs Thomas, mason, 4, Dafford's street
Biggs Thomas, woollen draper, 6, J ohu street
Biggs vVilliam, Bathwick Parochial National School
Biggs .Mrs. Ann, straw hat maker, 4, Prince's street
Biggs :Mrs. Ann, 9, St. George's place, Upper Bristol rd.
Bigwood 1\Irs. Sarah, Chequers, 14, Peter street
Biles Joseph, 2, Spartan place, Sion bill

Bill Charles H., esq., 4, Gay street

Billett Georgc, chimney sweeper, 7, Ballance street_
Bindon James, constable, Chandos house, Chandos bdgs.
Bindon John, boot and shoe maker, Boatstalllane
Bindon John, tailor, 1, Claverton place
Bingham Rev. Thomas, 17, Queen square
Binns (Mrs. Anne Eastcott) and Goodwin, printers,

booksellers, and stationers, 19, Cheap street
Birch Mrs. George, 13, St. J ames's square
Bird Major Edward Michael, 15, Daniel street
Bird vVilliam Willicombe, slater, plasterer, &c., Henrietta

road; residence, 32, Daniel street
Bitd Mrs., 45, Rivers street
Birth J ames, builder, Hartley house, Belvedere
Bishop Frederick, carpenter, 9, Dafford's street
Eishop George, ironmonger, 21, Broad street
Bi5hop John, decorative painter, 9, Vineyards
Bishop John, miller, 2, Millbrook buildings, Swainswick
Bishop John, music warehouse, 14, George street; res.,

3, Lower Camden place
Bishop John, shoemaker, 6, Dafford's buildings
Bishop Joseph, broker, 2, New Orchard street
Bishop Thomas, accountant, 12, Old Bond street
Bishop Thomas, coachman, 39, Ballance street
Bishop William, gent., 39, Pulteney street
Bishop 'Villiam George, bootmaker, 16, N orthurnber-

land place ,
Bishop .Miss 1\Iary Warwick, 20, N ortbampton street

Biss Charles, 5, Thomas street

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Biss George, marble mason, 6, Twerton Hayes buildings

Biss John, cheesefactor, 35, St. J ames's parade

Biss Joseph, baker, 1, Dover place

Bistow Mrs. Sarah (Ford~ B.), 3, London street
Blacker Thomas, 16, Queen's terrace, Widcombe

Blackford Daniel, grocer, Twerton

Blackford \Villiam, bootmaker, 23, Monmouth place,

Upper Bristol road

Blacklock J oseph, cabinetmaker, 1, Gascoyne place,
S awe lose

Blacklock Joseph, jun., upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 7,

New-Bond-street place

Blacklock Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 40, Milsom

street
Blackmore Robert, butcher, 2, Widcombe parade

Blackmore Edward, M.D., 14, Brock stt·eet

Blackmore James, carpenter, I, Nelson terrace, Walcot

Blackwell Edward J ackson, academy, 5, Northampton st.

Blackwell Capt. Thomas Eden, 9, Dunsford place

Blackwell William, academy, Blue lodge, W esthall place

Blackwell Mrs. Eliza, 2, Larkhall place

Blackwell Mrs. Eliza, staymaker, 13, George street

Blagdon Charles, 3, Williams's place, Cottle's lane

Blagdon Ml's. Elizabeth, 3, Hooper's court, Walcot

Blair William Thomas, esq., Bathwick hill

Blair Mrs.- Susan, 42, Rivers street

Blair Misses, 12, Queen's varade
Blake Charles, The Country House, Circus mews

Blake Edward and George, plumbers and glaziers, 5,
Dover terrace; residence, 5, Lower East hayes

Blake J ames, Prince of Wales, 8, Dorchester street

Blake John, cabinetmaker, 6, Comfortable place, Upper

Bristol road

Blake N oah, Rose inn, 3, Morford street

Blake Thomas, carpenter, 1, Lower East hayes

Blakely Thomas Martin, haberdasher and hosier, 12!,

Westgate street

Blai1ch James, zinc worker and tin manufactory, 21,

Orange grove
Bland 1\'liss, 4, Sion place, Bathwick hill

Bland N eville Loftus, esq., 8, Russell street

Blandford William, grocer, &c., 8, Abingdon buildings
Blandford .Mrs., 7, Daniel street

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:BLA-.BON.] SILVERTHORNE'S

Blatch 'Villiarn, Alien's cottage, Prior-park fishponds
Blatchly Charles, coal merchant, 12, Beaufort square
Blathwaite Miss, 2, Rivers street
Blayds Rev. Henry, Southstoke vicarage
Blencowe Henry Prescott, esq., 6, Prince's buildings
Blencowe vVilliam, boot and shoe maker, 4, Barton street
Blieth Mrs., 32, New King street
Bligh Thomas, engraver, and ink manufacturer, 14, Pul-

teney bridge
Bligh Thomas Gabb, fruiterer, 3, Pulteney bridge
Bliss Rev. \Villiam, \Vestfield villa, \Veston lane
Blundell Capt. Francis H., 21, Macaulay buildings
Blunt Mrs., 30, Gay street
Board Mrs. Ann Perks, 3, Walcot terrace
Boice John, coal dealer, 8, Bedford street, \Valcot
Boice William, carpenter and joiner, 18, Peter street
Bold John, glass cutter, 10, \Vestgate street
Bolland Miss Rebecca, 21, Sydney buildings
Bolt Edgar Newcombe, hatter, hosier, and glover, 9, New

Bond street
Bolt (Mrs. Hannah) and Son, straw bonnet manufactory,

16, Old Bond street
Bolt William (B. ~Son), 16, Old Bond street

Bolton Miss, la, Green-Park buildings

Bolwell George, lodgings, 3, Oxford row
Bolwell George, wheelwright, Upper Bristol road
Bolwell John, Rose hill, Larkhall
Bond Charles, tanner and cm·rier, 34, W alcot street
Bond John N., gent., 2, Adelaide place, Bathwick

Bond Rev. John, Weston vicarage

Bond John, carpenter and joiner, 29, Kingsmead street;
residence, 7, Green-Park buildings

Bond John, grocer and tea-dealer, 2, Gloucester street
Bond Thomas, ca\Jinetmaker, 28, J ames street
Bond Williarn, carpenter, 29, Kingsmead street
Bond Mrs., 3, Ainslie's belvedere
Bond Misses Amelia and Fanny, milliners, dress and

feather makers, 3, New-Bond-street place
Bones Christopher, 4, Camden terrace
.Bones Christopher, jun., ladies' and gentlemen's boot and

shoe maker, I 0, Bartlett street
Bonucci Mrs., 3, Rochfort place, Bathwick
:Bonython Samuel, 3, Kirkham's buildings, Bathwick

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Boobyer J ames, statuary, Upper Bristol road
Boon James, gent., 33, Sydney buildings
Boon John J ames, plumber, brass-founder, and copper-

smith, 19!, W estgate street. See Advertisement

Booth John Kaye, M.D., 20, Pu1teney street
Booth Mrs. Harriet, I, Norfolk buildings
Boshier Thomas, 2, Longmead buildings
Bosley Robert, slater, plasterer, house-painter, &c. I,

Ains1ie's belvedere
Boswell Mrs. Frances, 42, Park street
Bottle Thomas, shoemaker, 28, St. J ames's parade
Bottle William, gent., 3, St. J ames's parade
Bough J ames, tripe dealer, 3, Peter street

Bough Mrs. J ane, 3, \Valcot buildings

Boult Edmund, surgeon, 4, Axford buildings
Boultbee Thomas, esq., 39, Gay street

Bourdillon Brownlow, esq., 35, Pulteney street

Bourn Charles, hay and corn dealer, 1\Iomnouth place,
Upper Bristol road

Bourn James, corn-factor, 1, Quav. See Advertisement
~

Bourn John, collector of assessed taxes, &c., for Bathwick
parish, I, George's place

Bourn Thomas, grocer, 70, Avon street

Bourn William, sheriff's officer, 19, St. James's parade

Bourn Mrs. Betty, 24, Kingsmead terrace
B ourne Miss Louisa, lodgings, 4, Axford buildings
Bowcher Charles, pawnbroker, 15, Southgate street
Bowden Henry, lodgings, 32, Rivers street

Bowden John, gardener, 5, Snmmerlay's place, 'Vidcombe

Bowden :Mrs. Clara, Butt-Ash cottage, Lyncombe hill
Bowden Mrs. Elizabeth, laundress, 16, Hat and feather et.
Bowden Mrs. Elizabeth, lodgings, 21, \Vestgate buildings

Bowden l\1.rs., 2, Southwest buildings, w·eston road

Bowdidge John, beerseller, 7, Claremont buildings
Bowen Arthur, baker and confectioner, 13, London street
Bowen Edward Hull and Frederick, working jewellers

and goldsmiths, 8, New Bond street; residence, 2,
Highbury place
Bowen Mrs., 2, Highbnry place
Bowen Mrs. Gen., 9, Catharine place
Bowen Mrs. 1\llartha, 7, Upper Church street
Bowen Misses, ladies' seminary, 3, Axford buildings
Eowes Miss Mary, 12, Norfolk buildings

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&Il.VERTHORNE'S

Bowie \Villiam, M.D., 19, Bennett street

Bowler Frederick Edward, King's Head, \Valcot street

l3owdlet· .Miss Harriet, 4, Spencer's Belle vue

Bowles \Villiam, salesman, 31, Cornwall buildings
Bowles Miss Rebecca, 13, Sevmour street

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Bowman Edward, porkbutcher and grocer, 24, l\Iorford st.

Bowman Mrs., 4, Prior-Park buildings

Bowring Joseph, Pickwick's mews, Avon street
Bowsher Richard, gent., 6, Nelson place, Norfolk cres.
Bowsher Mrs. Ann, 7, Ilighbury place

Box Mrs. Sarah, academy, 13, Camdeu place

Boycott Simon Digby, esq., Crauhill house, '\Veston road

Boycott Miss, 12, Queen square

Boyd Major-Gen. Mossom, 36, Brock street

Boyle Rev. \Villiam, 8, l\1iles's buildings

Boys Mrs., 9, Dar1ington street

Brace Joseph, esq., \Vidcombe-hill house

Bracher John, Butchers' Arms, Boatstalllane

Brackstone Miss Eliza, ladies' seminaryt 2, Elm place

Bradford Charles, esq., 8, Laura place

Bradford Mrs. Ann, 8, Twerton east
Bradish Lieut.-Col. .John, Lyncombe vale

Bradley J ames, artist and engraver, I0, .Margaret's bdgs.

Bradley John, acc.ountant, I, Vineyards

Bradley 1.\tlrs. James, milliner, \0, .Margaret's buildings
Bradley Mrs. Sarah, 5, Burdett'$ buildings, \Valcot

Braham George, optica], mathematical, and philosophical
instrument maker, 6, George street

Brain Mrs., laundress, 31, Hat~and-feather court

Brake Abraham, 5, High street, Lansdown road

Bramley .Mrs., 3, Sydney place
Brand Lieut. Charles, R.N., canal house, adjoining the

Kennet and Avon Canal office, New Sydney place

Brannen John, painter, 5, Fry's Belle vue

Branscombe Henry, carpenter, 6, Beaufort square
Brayley Thomas, Villa house, Bathwick
Breeze John, haircutter, 4, Corridor
Breunan Mrs. Maria, lodgings, 23, Great Stanhope street
Brent Isaac_, gent., 4, Daniel street

Brent Miss Sophia, engraver and stationer, 2, Pnlteney
bridge ; residence, 4, Daniel street

Brenton Miss Elizabeth, 5, Sion row, Sion hill

Brett Lieut. Henry, R.N., 6, Forefield place

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Brett J obn, wine and spirit merchant, 20, Kingsmead

square
Brett Robert, lodgiugs, 18, Catherine place
Brett Thomas, Unicorn tavern, 8, N orthgate street
Brett \Villiam, St. James's hotel, I 0, St. J ames's street

Brewer Mrs. Elizabeth, 17, Monmoutb place

Brice J ames, hairdresser, 2, Prince's street
Bridge :Miss, 8, Beaufort buildings west
Brien Mrs. Maria, 1, Bur1ington street
Bright Andrew, builder, 52, New King street
Bright Edwin, 21, Thomas street

Bright Henry, 17, Prospect place
Bright John, grocer, 1, Barton street, Queen sqtlare

Bright J osepb, shoemaker, between 30 & 31, Belvedere
Bright Samuel, shoemaker, 1, Hartley place, Belvedere

Bright William, butcher, 2, Newmarket row
Bright \Villiam, chemist, 24 & 25, Southgate street
Brimble J ames, gardener, 19, Brooklt'aze buildings
Brimble J oseph, straw-bonnet maker, 1, Brunswick street

Brimble Richard, 24, Cornwall terrace
Brimmell Thomas, lodgings, 2, Laura place
Brimson Benjamin, slater and plasterer, 3, Bedford street
Brimson George, 10, Twerton Hayes buildings
Brinson Thomas, coachmaker, 3, Harington place

Brindle Very Rev. Thomas, D.D., 3, Brunswick place;
residence, Prior-Park college

Brine Thomas, 33, Brock street
Brinkworth George, Seven Stars, 2, Upper Borough walls

Brinkwortb George, St. James's brewery, 8, Corn street

Brinkworth J acob, mealman, Old mills, Widcombe
Brinkworth John, Griffin tavern, Monmouth street
Brink worth John Cooper, shoemaker, 16, Brookleaze bdgs.
Brisbane Mrs. Mary, 6, Sydney place
Briscoe John, gent., Bathford
Briscoe Thomas Webb, gent., 8, Darlington place
Bristow Adam, coal merchant, Grove street
Bristow George, coffee rooms, 12, Lower Borough walls
Bristow George, wood and coal merchant, 18, St. James's

parade
Bristow Moses, carrier, Villa fields, Bathwick
Bristow Thomas, 4, Belle vue buildings
Bristow Thomas, wood and coal merchant, 6, H enrietta

buildings, Grove street. See Advertisement

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:BRI-BRO.) SILVERTHORNE'S

Bristow Mrs. Sarah, fly. proprietor and general carrier,
Monmouth street; residence, 10. Grove street

Bdtton J ames, furniture broker, 48, Southgate street

Britton John, chairman, 3, Lyndhurst terrace
Britton Maurice, pennant stone mason, New quay; resi-

dence, 34, Oak street

Broad George, butcher, Batheaston
Broad George, gent., 15, Darlington place

Broad Robert, upholsterer and paperhanger, 13, Chat-

ham row

Broad Robert, jun., upholsterer, 4, Chatham row

Broadburst J oseph, saddler and harness maker, 8,
\Vestgate street

Broadhnrst Rev. Thomas, Belvedere house
Broadley John, wine and spirit merchant, Gascoyne

place. See Ad1;ertisement

Broadwood James Sbute, esq., 29, Royal crescent
Brock Rev. Mourant, 24, Park street
Brock Mrs. Frauces, 4, Camden place
Brodrick Charles, esq., 10, Lansdown crescent

Brodrick Rev. William John, rector of Bath, Rock house,
Lansdown road

Brodrick Mrs. Margaret, lodgings, 3, Brunswick place

Brograve George Augustus~ esq., 2, J ohnstone street
Bromley Charles, decorative house and sign painter, &c.,

21, Upper Borough walls. See Advertisement
Bromley 1\-Irs., 7, Southcot place, Lyncombe

Brooke Charles, chemist, 44, Walcot street
Brooke Oli•:er, baker, 28, Broad street

Brooke Robert, esq., 11, Paragon buildings

Brooke Mrs. Elizabeth, 4, Royal crescent
Brooke M.rs. Geneml, 28, Marlborough buildings

Brooke Mrs. ~sa.bella Frances, Bailbrook lodge
Brookman Henry, carpenter, Grove street
Brookman John, Villa house, Bath wick
Brookman Miss, milliner, 10, Lower Borough walls
Brooks Charles Elias, French polisher, 4, Camden street,

Walcot
Brooks John, coach painter, 7, Ebenezer terrace, \Vid-

combe

Brooks John, police constable, 4, Philip street
Brooks Samuel, mason and builder, Elm cottage, near

Henrietta street

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Brooks Robert, 29, Eldon place

Brooks Robert, gardener, 4, George's buildings

Brooks Thomas, gardener, 7, Lampard 's buildings

Brooks Thomas, grocer, Twerton

Brooks Thomas, porkbutcher, Cob,urg place, Widcombe

Brooks Thomas, tea gardens, Villa fields

Brooks l\Irs. Eliza, 3, Woodbine place, Widcombe

Brooks Mrs. Mary, greengrocer, 5, Chandos buildings

Brooks Miss J enefer, dressmaker, I, Barton buildings

Brooks Susan, laundress, ll, Camden cottages

Broom Arthur, boot and shoe maker, 4, Orange-grove

court

Brqom J ames, umbrella maker, 39, Comwall building8

Broom Samuel, cabinetmaker, 24, Wellington place,

Belvedere

Brouncker John, esq., Apsey house, Batheaston

Brown Christian, clerk to the guardians of the Bath Poor-

Law Union, and superintendent registrar of births,

deaths, and marriages; office, 6, Abbey street; res.,

9, Darlington place

Brown Daniel, piano-forte tuner, 6, Henry street

Brown George, boot and shoe maker, 3, Abbeygate st.

Brown George (of Excise), 25, Twerton Hayes buildings

Brown George, 6, Lower Camden place

Brown George, jun., haberdasher, 22, New Bond street

Brown Henry, smith, 12, Hatfield buildings, Widcombe

Brown Henry, piano-forte tuner and repairer, 3, Glouces-

ter place

Brown Hon. Capt. Howe, 26, St. J ames's square

Brown J ames, butcher, 26, Lampard 's buildings

Brown J ames, teadealer and grocer, 16, Kingsmead sq.

Brown James, upholsterer, 1, Lark pl., Upper Bristol rd.

Brown John, animal preserver, 26, Cornwall place

Brown Capt. Meredith, Pierrepont house

Brown Richard Willson, surgeon, 26, Gay street

Brown Capt. Robert Hunter, R.N., 25, Park street

Brown Thomas and Joseph, haberdashers, 19, Market pi.

Brown William, coachman, 6, Cottage row, Bathwick

Brown \Villiam, Crooked Fish, 3, Gaj's buildings

Brown William, glass and china warehouse, 15, North-

gate street

Brown William Adam, 11, Kingsmead street

Brown William Henrv, 11, Oak street sa
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BRO-BRU.] SILVERTHORNE'S

Brown Mrs., Victoria villa, '\Veston road
Brown Mrs., dressmaker, 8, Harley street
Brown Mrs. Ann, laundress, Circu•s mews
Brown Mrs. Elizabeth Sarah, 2, Park place, Park street
Brown Mrs. Henry, t~acher of the piano-forte and singing,

3, Gloucester place
Brown Mrs. Mary Ann, laundress, 2, Highbury buildings
Brown Mrs. S. H., 3, Seymour street
Brown Miss, teacher of dancing, 8, Union street ; r~si-

dence, 6, Lower Camden place
Brown Miss Anna Maria, Somerset cottage, Carriage rd.
Brown Elizabeth, milliner, 6, Abingdon buildings
Browne George Townsbend, esq., Elm villa, Bathampton

Browne J ames, cook, I, Coronation bnildings, Twerton

Browne Hon. Col. John, D, Marlborough buildings
Browne John, printer and bookseller, 9, Barton street
Browne Admiral Thomas, 16, Catharine place
Browne William Henry, gent., 12, Prospect place
Browne William Henry, professor of the piano and com-

position, 17, Russell street
Browne Mrs. Caroline Ann, 6, Lambridge place
Browne Mrs. Eliza \Vebb, 11, Park street
Browne Mrs. Wogan, 24, Marlborough buildings

Browne Miss Wylde, 29, St. J ames's square

Browne Miss Willis, teacher of piano-forte and singing,
17, Russell street

Brownell J ames, treasurer of Theatre Royal, 7, St.

J obn's place

Browning George, academy, Weston
Browning Thomas, master of National School, Abbey gr.
Browning W alter, printer, 38, W alcot street
Browning Mrs. J obanna, poulterer, 3, Trim bridge
Brownjobn John, gent., 20, New King street
Brownlow Rev. John, 16, Green-Park buildings
Brosson Thomas, carpenter, 3, Twerton east
Broyer N icholas, lodgings, 4, Rivers street
Bruce \Villiaru Adair, esq., 8, Lansdown crescent
Bruce Mrs. Elizabeth, 23, Bennett street
Brumby John, accountant, 6, Philip street
Brumby Mrs. 1\tfary, 6, Philip street
Brnnel Henry, 3, Lower Swainswick
Brunson \Villiam, carpenter, 12, Stanbridge place,

Batheaston

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Brunt George, coach wheeler, 3, Chelsea buildings

Brunt Isaac, commercial traveller, 10, Brougharn Hayes
buildings

Brunt William, gardener, 9, Richmond place
Bruton Mrs. J ane, laundress, 12, Northampton buildings

Bryan Mrs. Mary, 28, Lambridge place
Bryant Andrew, currier and leather-seller, 2, London terr.

Bryant Edward, plasterer, 2, Bathwick place

Bryant Isaac, brush, sieve, and basket manufactory, 7,

"\Valcot buildings

Bryant Isaac, coachman, Crescent-field cottage

Bryant James, currier, I9, Stall street

BryantJ ohn, baker, 15, Argyle street. See Advertisement

Bryant Samson, f), Daiford's street

Bryant Thomas, Cleveland tave1·n, (Hampton row

Bryant \Villiam, 14, Upper Camden place

Bryant William, 18, Dafford's street

Brydges John, esq., 14, Catherine place
Bryer John, lodgings, 10, Alfred street
Bryer Robert, cabinetmaker, 6, John street

Brymer Rev. William Thomas Parr, archdeacon of
Bath, 76, Pulteney street

Buck George, 2, Milk street

Buck Henry, plasterer, 8, Hampton row

Buck John, grocer, 2, Kingsmead street
Buck Thomas, plasterer, &c., 33, Daniel street

Buck Frances Ann, laundress, 8, Hampton row

Buckingham James, saddler, 1:>, James street

Buckle Rear-Admiral Matthew, 22, St. J ames's square

Buckman Edward, fly owner, Grosvenor mews, Piccadilly

Bucknell J ames, baker & confectioner, Cleveland pi. east

Bucknell 1\Iark, pastrycook and confectioner, lo, New

Bond street

Budd Henry Hayward., surveyor of roads., 22, Lambridge

-place
Budgeon Misses, 16, George street

Bulgin John, watch and clock maker, 19, Somerset court,
;Walcot

Bull Ebenezer, English teacher, and teacher of the piano-

forte, 2, Myrtle place, Walcot

Bull J oseph, carpenter and undertaker, 27, Morford street

Bull J oseph, shoemaker, 9, Northampton street

Bull Robert, brewer and maltster, Bathford

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BUL-BUR.] SILVERTHORNE'S

Bull Simon, tea-dealer, Twerton
Bull Mrs. Ann, nurse, 1, Margaret's place, \Valcot
Bull Mrs. Susan, I, \Villiams's place, Cottle's lane
Bullen Admiral Joseph, 13, Raby place
Bullen John, 3, Rochfort place, Bathwick
Bullin Edmund, carpenter and builder, 28, New King st.
Bullin J ames, grocer, Upper Bristol road
Bnllin William. builder,.Monmouth pl., Upper Bristol rd.
Bullock George, fringe manufacturer, 8, Northumberland

place
Bullock Isaac, sawyer, 2, Fry's Belle vue

Bullock J ames, maison de con fiance, 31, Milsom street

Bullock Wi11iam, watch and clock maker,.Batheaston
Bullock \Villiam, watch and clock maker, 27, Claverton st.
Bunbury Mrs. Col., 7, Percy place
Bundy Thomas, fruiterer, 3, Barley street
Bunston Joseph, shoemaker, 10, Somerset street
Bunting Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 20, Somerset bdgs.

Burbidge J acob, builder, 40, Eldon place

Embidge James, esq., 1, Bailbrook villas
Bnrch James, 6, Church street, Widcombe
Burcombe Andrew, batter, 2, Lark place, Upper Bristol rd.
Bmd Mrs., Aviary cottage, Greenway lane
Burden Mrs. Ann, laundress, 6, Camden terrace
Rnrden Mrs. Mary, laundress, 2, Camden terrace
Burden Mrs. Sarah, Chequers, St. Michael's place
Burford 'Villiam, baker, 29, St. James's parade
Burford Mrs. Elizabeth, schoolmistress, 9, Broo:Kleaze

buildings
Burford l\liss, dressmaker, 29, St. Jamcs's parade
Burge, Gra11t, & Co., tanners, Twerton
Burge Robert, herald painter, 25., Kingsmead terrace
.Burgess George, baker, 7,·Ladymead
Burgess George, baker, 3, Cottage place, Larkhall
.Burgess John, quarry master, Combe down
Burgess Rev. William Sheepshanks, 1, Camden place
Burgess Mrs., professor of dancing, 11, Bath st. SeeAdvt.
Burgess Mrs. Mary, Woodbine place, Combe down
Burgh Miss Elizabeth, 15, St. J ames's square
Burleigh Misses, 11., Great Stanhope street

Burlton Frederick & J ames, dispensing and family

chemists, 15, Milsom street
Burmester Mrs. Mary., 19, Rivers street

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Burmester Mrs. l\1. C., 10, Queen's parade
Bume Rev. Henry Thomas, 20, Vineyards
Burnell George, inspector of police, 13, New King street
Burnell Mrs. Mary Ann, lodgings, 37, New King street

Bnrnett Rev. J ames, 2, Lambridge place

Burney Miss Ainelia, 13, Great Stanhope street

Burns ·william, 19, Northampton street
Burridge \Villiam, carpenter, 14, Morford street
Burridge Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 3, Somerset buildings
Burrows Benjamin, gent., 6, Little Stanhope street
Burt Capt. Edward, 21, Daniel street
Burt William, bootcloser, 29, Peter street
Burt \Villiam, shoemaker, 3, Widcombe parade
Burt William, smith, 6, Hampton row
Burt Mrs. Eliza, 33, Rivers street
Burton Aaron, academy, 2, Margaret's place, Walcot
Burton James, tailor, 2, Piccadilly, \Valcot
Burton Mrs. Maria, 3, Seymour street
Bush Clement, esq., "\Veston
Bush Cornelius, boot and shoe maker, 9, Margaret's

buildings
Bush George, gent., 11, Lambridge
Bush John, Bladud .firms, Swainswick
Bush John, broker, 16, Somerset street
Bush John, grocer, 29, \Valcot street
Bush John vVhittington, gent., 2, Mount Beacon
Bush Richard, esq., 24, Qneen square
Bush Thomas, plasterer, 37, Ballance street
Bush \Villiam, surgeon and apothecary, 28, Gay street
Bush William Matthew, gent., 3, Burlington street
Bush Mrs. Frances, ladies' seminary, 3, Burlington street
Bush Miss, dressmaker, 7, Gay street
Bushe Lady Louisa, 5, Bathwick hill
Bussell J obn, painter and house decorator, 1 and 2, Lam-

pard's buildings; res., 8, Cleveland place. See Advt.

Bussell John, paper-maker, 22, Dafford's street
Bussey Edward, draper and tailor, 2, Margaret's bdgs.
Bust Mrs. Fanny, schoolmistress, 9, Monmouth place,

Upper Bristol road
Butcher George (T. ~ G. Butcher), 8, Kensington place
Butcher John, builder, 1, Victoria terrace, Snow hill
Butcher Thomas, baker, 8, Chapel row
.Butcher Thomas, loclgings, 11, Duke street

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Butcher Thomas & George, wholesale and retail grocers,

and tallow chandlers, 4, Burton street, and 4, Sawclose
Butcher Miss, 8, Kensington place

Butler Daniel, seedsman, nurseryman, and :florist, 'Vid-

combe nursery
Butler James, waiter, 2, Verturnnus place, Weston
Butler John Essington, blindmaker, and teacher of

Chinese painting, 12, W estgate buildings
Butler John Thomas Parker, esq.; 4, Park street
Butler Mrs., lodgings, 19, Queen square
Butler :l_\lfrs. Emma, preparatory school, 18, W ~lcot bdgs.
Butler Mi~s Martha, 26, Marlborough buildings
Butler Misses, 4, Park street

Butt Edward, surgeon, o, Great Stanhope street

Butt Francis, hairdresser, 19, Walcot buildings
Butt John, mason, Vine cottage, Grove street
Butt Samson, tailor and salesman, 11, London street
Butt '\Villiam, mason, J, Henrietta buildings
Buttanshaw Major vVilliam Henry, 36, Bathwick street
Butter Henry, fly-proprietor, 6, Prior-Park cottages
Butts Miss, Elm-Brook lodge, Weston road
Buvington James, butcher, 11, Chatham row
Byard (Mrs. Charlotte) and Hobbs, saddlers and har-

ness makers, 21, Southgate street

Byatt Mrs. Mary Ann, 17, Kingsmead street
Byerley Joseph (of Excise), 14,Hatfield bdgs.,Widcombe
Byett Mrs. Mary, lodgings, 1, Somerset street
Byfield J ., quarry-master, Crossway place, Combe down
Byron Mrs. Elizabeth, lodgings, 9, Pulteney street
Bythesea Re\'. George, 20, Grosvenor place

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CABANEL Daniel, esq., 8, Somerset place
Cabbin Elizabeth, shoe warehouse, 3, Monmouth street
Caddell Philip, esq., 18, Royal crescent
Caddell Capt., 18, Royal crescent
Caddell :Mrs. Elizabeth, 18, Belvedere

Caddell Miss Elizabeth, lo, Rivers street

Cadman Mrs. Ann, 10, Orange grove
Cains Alfred, farmer, Northend, Batheaston
Cake Mrs. Ann, 16, \Vorcester buildings
Caldecot William Lloyd, esq., 6, Laura place
Calder Alexander, piano-forte tuner and repairer, 21,

Broad street

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