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Full text of "A compendious and impartial account of the Election at Liverpool"

COMPENDIOUS AND IMPARTIAL 

ACCOUNT OF THE ELECTION, 

WHICH COMMENCED ON THE FIRST AND CLOSED ON THE EIGHTH OF 

NOVEMBER, 1806, 

TOGETHER WITH SUCH OF THE 

SONGS AND SQUIBS 



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AS POSSESS EITHER POINT OR HUMOUR, AND ARE NOT OF A LIBELLOUS 
TENDENCY : AND ALSO A 

Correct List of the Freemen who polled 

AT THE LATE ELECTION, ALPHABETIC ALLT; ARRANGED, WITH REFERBHCBS 
TO THE DISTRICTS IN WHICH THEY RESPECTIVELY LIVE j 

Together with a regular Classification of the Names and Places of Abode of 
each Freeman in the District he inhabits, as taken from the Watch- 
men's District Books j composing a complete Guide both to 
Candidates and Canvassers at any future Election. 



LIVERPOOL : 

Printed hj Wright & Cmickshank, No. 60, Castle Street, 

AND SOLD BY THEM AMD THE REST OF THE BOOKSELLERS IN LIVERPOOL. 



Price Ti. dd. 



XaLTHOUGH it is far from my iuLention to enter into a 
prolix and tedious journal of the proceedings at the late Ge - 
neral Eledion, and ftill farther from my willi to give offence 
to any individual by perfonal farcafm ; yet a poll book (if 
indeed it has any pretenfions to the name) having been pub- 
lifhed, containing an account of the Election manifeftly 
partial and tending to miflead tlie public mind, I feel it my 
duty to prefix to this publication what I conceive to be 
the real flate of parties in Liverpool, and the true caufcs which 
recently tended to the triumph of one Candidate and the dif- 
comfiture of the other. 

The town of Liverpool may be faid to be divided into 
three diftinct parties, at the head of the firft of which I place 
what is ufually termed the Old Corporation, and to this party 
mofl of the older famiUes and long eilabhflied inhabitants of 
the town have ufually attached themfelves; and the well-known 
loyalty of the Corporate Body, with their firm adherence 
upon all occafions to the King and Conflitution, has contri- 
buted to give them and their friends a ftrength of intereft 
(formerly) amply fufficient to enfure the eleflion of one mem- 
ber of Parliament ; which intereft however has been proved 
by recent events to be evidently on the wane. 

It would occupy too much time to examine minutely into 
the caufes which have tended to the diminution of this in- 



fluence ; but the principal ones appear to have arifen from the 
difunion of parties occafioned by the death of Mr. Pitt ; from 
their agents and fervants chiefly employing thofe who were 
not freemen in the Corporation works ; and from the" rafh 
and unadvifed admiffion of forae perfons into the Common 
Council, entirely difagreeing with the Old Members on all 
political fubjedts, and of others very ill-calculated to enfure 
thajt degree of deference and refpeft which a Great Cor- 
poration judicioufly felefted, ought always to demand and 
receive. 

The fecond party I conceive to confift of thofe merchants 
and gentlemen who poffefs the fame principles and opinions 
as the firft, but who either from diflike of Corporate influence 
or other fortuitous circumftances, have always held themfelves 
independent, and are ready and willing upon all occafions to 
fupport fuch men and meafures as in their opinions will beft 
ferve the intereft of their country, and who have no motives 
for engaging in political difputes, except aifeftionate attach- 
ment to the King and laudable anxiety for the public weal. 

To this party alfo belong rather a numerous fet of men 
who talk largely of their loyalty, andboaft upon all occafions 
that they are ready to facrifice their lives and fortunes in fup- 
port of the King and Conftitution, but who when called upon 
to put their hands into their pockets on any public emergency, 
crawl lil«E fnails into their Ihells, and become to every candid 
mind equally the objedts of contempt and derifion. 

The third, and it fliould appear by far the moll numerous 
party in this Borough, are thofe who defignate themfelves as 
the firm friends of freedom, civil and religious, and who pro- 
feffed themfelves the zealous partizans of the late Mr. Fox. 

It would be in the higheft degree abfurd to fay that there 
are not very many able and refpeftable members of the efta- 
bliflied Church devoted to this party ; the faft is the reverfe, 
but the great majority is compofed of Diflenters and Sedarifts 
of every defcription; and whether it arifes from the laxity and 
inattention of the Clergy of the Church of England, or from 
their fuperior liberality and diligent attention to the inftruftion 
of their youth, thefe laft are found to be better educated and 
conlequently better infQrmed upon all general fubjedls than 
the membgcs of the eflabliflied Church, who ought to be confi- 



dered as the true and legitimate fupporters of the Conftitutioa 
of Great Britain, both in Church and State. 

Far be it from me to breathe a fingle fentiment tendmg to 
condemn any fpecies of religious toleration ; I am perfedly 
convinced that the liberty of confcience allowed in thefe 
realms is one of the brighteft jewels in the Britifli Crown ; 
but fo long as an eflabliflied Church is confidered as one of 
the palladiums of the State, diligent care fliould be taken 
by its minifl:ers not to permit their flocks (from their indolence 
and inadivity) to fall into a (late of ignorance and irreligion, 
calculated to render them the fcorn of their fellow-citizens, 
and perhaps eventually to accomplifli the overthrow of that 
beautiful Itruaure, which is the pride of its fupporters and 
the admiration of the civilized world. 

In addition to many Churchmen of character, confequence 
and 4lents, and to the Diffenters and Seftarifls of every 
denomination, we find all difaffefted men and pretended re- 
formers clinging to this party, and availing themfelves of the 
maflc of freedom which it affords them, to forward their real 
views, and by enlifling under its banners, throwing an odium 
over the whole, which perhaps it may be found on critical 
examination not fairly to deferve. 

Having thus flightly fl^etched the fl:ate of parties in Liver- 
pool, we mufl: now look at the Candidates who preiented 
themfelves at the late Eleftion : — 

General Gafcoyne was firft chofen Reprefentative for this 
Borough, in the year 1796, fince which period he has uni- 
formly exerted himfelf, not only for the general interefl: of 
our commerce, but for th* benefit of each individual who 
applied to him, in fo afliduous a manner, that during the whole 
of bis canvafs he received the moft flattering promifes of fup- 
port, and might without vanity have expefted that he fliould 
be placed decidedly at the head of the poll, to which fituation 
his unabated zeal and indefatigable exertions mofl: fully entitled 
him. 

General Tarleton, on the contrary, who had reprefehted 
us for fixteen years, and always proved himfelf an active ad- 
vocate for the trade of the Borough, had been fomewhat 
inattentive to private applications, and was accufed of neglecl- 
ing the interefl; of various deputies who had waited upon him 







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«n commercial fubjeds, and confequently did not experience 
fo flattering a reception ; but unfortunately he had given 
the higheft offence to thofe who were formerly his nioft 
ffrenuous fupporters, by his dereliction of the party of Mr. 
Fox, and his efpoufal of a party, to which for many years 
he had given the mofl: determined oppofitjon; this was a crime 
in their eyes never to be forgiven, and they refolved at any 
price to prevent the pofilbility of his re-eleftion. 

General Tar'eton, however, had many perfonal friends 
mdependent of his own near connections : his gentlemanly 
deportment, open manners, and martial appearance, never 
failed to make a fenfible imprefTion upon the minds of the 
people; and the circumflance of his being a townfman, of a 
long eftablifhed and refpeftable family, procured for him the 
good wifhes of many of thofe who remembered his father and 
family growing and flourifhing amongft them. 

The third party, ever aftive and vigilant, and in this cafe 
mofl decidedly intent upon facrificing their vidim, made ap- 
plication to various gentlemen in the town and neighbourhood 
to become their Candidate, but for a long time without fuc- 
cefs. It is faid that the Earl of Sefton, Sir Thomas Hefketh, 
Admiral Sir Ifaac Coffin, and Mr. Thos. Earle, were fucceffively 
importuned, but for various reafons declined the conteft. — 
At length their willies pointed to Mr. Rofcoe, and they could 
not have pitched upon a man better fitted for their purpofe. 
His uniform good character, and the general urbanity of his 
manners had procured him the friendfhip and efteem of many, 
the diflike or hatred of no one. In the annals of literature 
alfo Mr. Rofcoe flood defervedly high; and though we may 
be of opinion, that neither his rank in fbciety, nor the reclufe 
habits of his former life have eminently fitted him for a flatef- 
man, yet if we confider the few opportunities of improve- 
ment afforded to his early youth, we may fairly wonder at 
the extent of his acquirements, which could only be procured 
at thofe intervals he could fpare from bufmefs, and candidly 
admit that he devoted to mental improvement thofe moments 
which are ufually appropriated to purfuits of pleafure, eafe, 
or relaxation. 

For a confiderable time Mr. Rofcoe refifled the earneft 
folicitations of the party, and feemed fearful of encountering 



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fo arduous a public fifuation. At length, however, that fpark 
of vanity which inhabits every human breaft was kindled into 
a flame, and (a large fubfcription having been previoufly en- 
tered into) he offered himfelf a Candidate for Liverpool. 

We mufl now take into our confideration of what defcrip- 
tion of perfons the great majority of Liverpool eledors is 
compofed, the means ufually reforted to, to induce them to 
vote, and the extent of thofe means which were at the difpofal 
of the friends of each candidate, and we fhall then be enabled 
to form a tolerably accurate idea of the manner in which the 
late eleftion was carried, and indeed pretty well underftand 
how a feat in Parliament for this Borough may be enfured at 
any future period. 

It had been generally, though erroneoufly imagined, that the 
Liverpool Freemen had been gradually decreafmg in number, 
fmce the memorable eleftion of 1761, when 2164 freemen 
were polled ; as in 1802, only 1426 perfons voted, and in 
1796, only 1105; and this opinion was in fome degree war- 
ranted from the fliipwrights having of late years generally 
taken apprentices for only three or five years inftead of feven, 
which latter term it is neceffary to ferve to entitle them to their 
freedom. Experience however has taught us, that there 
are now in exiftence upwards of 3000 eleftors, of which num- 
ber five-fixths at leall are working people, and generally of 
fuch thirfly conftitutions that they hail the approach of an 
eledtioneering contefl, as the feafon of recreation, drunken- 
nefs and delight, and look forward to the opening of the tap 
with a greater avidity of pleafure, than their fuperiors would 
experience at the profpeft of a jubilee, a mufic meeting, or a 
race week. 

It will be eafily imagined, that the literary fame of Mr. 
Rofcoe would make little impreffion upon the minds of this 
defcription of voters. Any other perfon with an equal purfe 
at his command, would have had equal influence, and it is 
not difBcult to conceive the means ufually reforted to on thefe 
occafions, but nothing can fo perfpicuoufly point out the 
mafler-key to their fuiirages, as a fimple ftatement of the im- 
menfe fum of money expended in ale during the continuance 
of the recent eleftion. 



The approach of a third candidate, therefore, was received 
by thofe people as a boon from heaven ; and as they were in- 
fenfible to the mental perfections of their hero, they were 
fully content to fatisfy their own corporeal fenfations by 
wallowing in the liquor which was poured down their capa- 
cious throats with lavifli liberality. 

Either induced by parfimony, prudence, or poverty, the 
friends of the other Candidates (probably conceiving the op- 
pofition not fo formidable as it proved to be) were not fo liberal 
in their fupplies as the fupporters of Mr. Rofcoe, for which 
reafon they experienced daily and numerous defertions from 
their ftandards, and the diflatisfied were of courfe joyfully 
received in the enemies camp, where they met with prefent 
pay and free quarters. 

Little expeding an oppofition in the outfet, the friends of 
the Old Members had neglefted to fecure the out-voters, who 
are very numerous, and indeed fully adequate to turn the fcale 
in any arduous conteft ; owing to which the greateft part of 
them was immediately fent for by their opponents, and no 
lefs a number than 127, exclufive of feveral gentlemen who 
came at their own expence from different parts of the country, 
were actually polled for Mr. Rofcoe, befides many more who 
were flopped on their road from London, and fome who 
aftually arrived after the final clofe of the poll. 

Iiifpired by a large fubfcription, the third party carried on 
the conteft in a manner as unexampled in diligence as in ex- 
pence ; and the American houfes having efpoufed their caufe, 
a myriad of clerks was poured forth from their counting- 
houies, compofing an invincible phalanx of aiEtive young men, 
poflelling, or at leaft affuming full power to iffue orders for 
liquor to any extent, and carrying by a coup-de-main the 
town and its inhabitants completely before them. 

Another circumftance too remarkable to be omitted, greatly 
contributed to injure the old Members. Thofe gentlemen 
whom I have claifed as the firft and fecond party, or at leaft: 
a great number of them, not inftigated by any animofity to 
Mr. Rofcoe, but warmed with the idea of fupporting the 
Church and King party, divided their votes between General 
Gafcoyne and General Tarleton, and their dependents were 



of courfe induced to follow their example ; this was taken 
hold of and magnified into a coalition between the Generals : 
a meafure which I will venture to affirm was equally obnoxious 
to both, and never for an inftant contemplated by either of 
them ; the affertion, however, made a great impreffion, and 
the combined ideas of ale and independence bewildered the 
brains of the freemen, and got the better of their underftand- 

Jngs- 

Having in fome degree fliewn the difpofition of the Liver- 
pool eleftors, and the means taken to influence their votes, it 
will now be neceflary to fliew what fums were expended by the 
friends of each candidate during the ftiort period of a week ; 
which will, in my opinion at leaft, pretty fully account for the 
majority of votes polled by the friends of Mr. Rofcoe : 

Gen. Gafcoyne's friends expended 3000/. or thereabouts 
Gen. Tarleton's about - 4000/. 

Mr. Rofcoe's between 1 1 and 1 2,000/. 

After all the vapouring we have heard about the freedom 
of eledion, the emancipation of the Borough from a ftate of 
flavery, and the high flown and flowery compliments paid to 
the independent voters on their breaking their (hackles, and 
immortalizing themfelves by their choice, it is natural to 
inquire what became of this large fum of money : — was it ex- 
pended in wreaths or chaplets of flowers to crown the fons of 
freedom, after the glorious exertion of the fundamental rights 
of nature ? or was it employed as the price of that indepen- 
dence fo highly vaunted of, and wafted profufely to accomplifli 
a purpofe unattainable without it ? 

Let it not for a moment be imagined that I mean to find 
fault with any fet of men who openly fupport either with 
intereft or money, the candidates they think well of; having 
once efpoufed the caufe of an individual, it becomes their 
duty to exert themfelves for its fuccefs ; but the object once 
attained, I deprecate all falfe colouring, all pretence of free- 
dom where none exifts. Let them come fairly forward and 
fay we have conquered by the ftrength of our exertions and 
the weight of our purfe ; but let them not attempt to cajole 

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the ignorant and foolifli with vifionary notions of the airy 
phantom liberty, a term of which they even know not the 
legitimate meaning. 

It is much to the credit of this populous town, that even 
during a contefted eleftion riots are feldom heard of* two 
however occurred during the continuance of the laft' poll, 
one of them of rather of a ferious, the other certainly of a 
very ludicrous complexion ; the firfl was literally the work of 
a mob totally unconnefted (as it appeared) with any body of 
freemen or the friends of any candidate, though their names 
might have been made ufe of as a colour for their lawlefs 
proceedings. The other occurred from the Butchers, who 
were chiefly the friends of General Tarleton, having mounted 
a man on horfeback dreffed in regimentals, and having a fword 
by his fide ; he alfo brandilhed a large wooden fabre, whilft 
another dreflfed in a Iheep^lkin carried aloft a wooden cleaver. 
Thispageant having given offence to the friends of the popular 
candidate, fome words enfued, which were fucceeded by blows 
on both fides, and a few heads were broken in the conflia: as 
might have been expeded ; however the Butchers were com- 
pletely cut up, and retired precipitately with the lofs of their 
baggage and artillery. At this period the popular cry was 
completely in favour of Mr. Rofcoe; and to walk the ftreets 
quietly in an evening, it was neceffary to re-echo his name to 
the innumerable perfons who faluted you with it ; this latter 
circumftance muft have been notorious to the friends of Mr. 
Rofcoe, who ought to have informed him of the fad. As he 
however was probably ignorant of what paffed in the ftreets, 
he came forward with a formal appeal to the Magiftrates', 
ftating, that he and his party were in a ftate of perfonal danger 
from the unfortunate Butchers who had been fo completely 
belaboured on the preceding day, and infiftedthat the pageant 
Ihould be difcontinued ; which, in confequence of General 
Tarleton's requeft, was accordingly done. I know Mr. Rofcoe 
to be a very peaceable man, of a very amiable difpofition, and 
likely to difcountenance every fpecies of tumult. I therefore 
give him full credit for his motives ; but the idea of any mob 
oppofing his, which at leaft outnumbered the others twenty- 
told, gave his complaint a rifible turn, and contributed in no 
tmall degree to increafe the entertainment of th& morning.— 



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That General Tarleton's principal aftor fhould wear a real 
{harp, oftenfive, deadly weapon, was certainly improper, and 
the inftrument of death fhould have been laid afide ; but I can 
fee no more impropriety in allowing thofe unhappy Butchers 
to purfue their frolic, than in the friends of Mr. Rofcoe carry- 
ing uplifted high in air, the boafted ftandards of liberty and 
independence. 

Much has been faid refpecting the interference of Lord 
Sefton and Lord Stanley at the Liverpool eledion ; with re- 
gard to the former, he as a Commoner has a moft undoubted 
right to exercife his franchife and his intereft in any manner 
moft agreeable to himfelf. As to Lord Stanley, confidering 
him in his individual capacity,, he ftand)^ precifely in the fame 
fituation ; but if his father had interfered or interpofed with 
his tenantry to induce them to vote for any particular Can- 
didate, he would, as a Peer of Parliament, have been guilty 
of a direct breach of the privileges of the Iloufe of Commons. 
We muft therefore take it for granted, that he did not ufe 
any influence direft'y, or indired'y, but that the voters on 
his eftates all came forward freely and fpontaneoufly infupport 
of Mr. Rofcoe, and that every ftory fo induftrioufly circu- 
lated to the contrary, is falfe, grounJIefs, and raahcious. 

I hope and truft that the foregoing obfervations have ex- 
plained the occurrences at the late eledion, in a clear and 
fatisfactory manner, and if we fum up the evidence, the 
account will ftand thus : 

That Mr. RoScok whs a new Canditlatc. 

That Mr. Koscoe is an amiable Man. 

That he was supported by all the Scctarists in Liverpool. 

That his Friends expended in Ilia Cause between U and 

12000/. and therefore he was at the head of the Poll. 
That General Gascovne has served the Towii taidifuliy 

Ten Years. 
That his Friends are rather sparing of tlieir Cash. 
That he is supported by the Corporation, whose interest i« 

on the decline, and therefore he was second on the Poll. 

That General Tarleton has supported the Trade of Li- 
verpool for Sixteen Years. 



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That he was guilty of recovering his Senses a little time 
before Mr. Pitt's death. 

That therefore his quondam Friends became his bitterest 
Enemies. 

That some of his Supporters are more ready to promise than 
to pay, and therefore he lost his Election. 

This I take to be pretty nearly the true flate of the cafe ; 
the people have got the Man of their choice, and I hope they 
will be fatisfied with each other. God grant that he may 
prove a true and zealous ftickler for their interefts; though I 
cannot think he has yet attempted to redeem the pledge given 
m the fpeeches made to his own friends fubfequent to the 
Eleftion, either by his vote on the queftion agitated on the 
decifion of the Hampfhire Petition, or by preffing for the 
immediate and total abolition of a trade, which has been gene- 
rally confidered as one of the greateiT: fupports to the com- 
mercial interefts of Liverpool, and to have contributed in no 
fmall degree to elevate the port to that pitch of opulence and 
mdtpendence it has certainly acquired. I am well informed 
that his oppofition proved a tower of flrength to the enemies 
of the African trade; and it muft really appear extraordinary, 
that the Corporate Body for themfelves, and as Truftees of 
the Docks, ihould endeavoui to make out a cafe fufBciently 
flrong to induce the Executive Government to interpofe in 
their favour, whilft one of the Reprefentatives of the Borough 
appears as the moft decided enemy to the profecution of the 
trade J the abolition of which they reprefent, and I fear moft 
truly, as deftrudive to the beft interefts of the port. I Hve 
Mr. Rofcoe full credit for the open and manly avowal of fen- 
tmients he has long entertained and cheriftied, but I as heartily 
condemn him for endeavouring to caft a mift over the fenfes 
of the people, by holding out vifionary profpeds and Utopian 
Ichemes of future aggrandizement, which it is hardly within 
the verge of poffibility he ftould ever be able to realize ; and 
I am perfeftly fure that no man, however brilliant his talents 
or amiable his charafter, poffefting fuch opinions as he has ia 
this mftance frankly and openly avowed, is at this iunaure a 
proper Reprefentative for the Borough of Liverpool. 



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Lm all ages, and in all countries, it has been the uniform 
praftice of mifchievous men, who have nothing to lofe, to decry 
all ancient eftabliftiments, and under the fpecious and impofmg 
malk of civil and religious freedom, to endeavour at the fub- 
verfion of the Government under which they live, in hopes 
of bettering their fortunes, amidft the general wreck and con* 
fufion attendant upon the revolutionary fyftemj which it is 
their conftant ftudy to inculcate. 

Great Britain, from the mildnefs of its Iaw5, and the 
boafted freedom of its prefs, is more peculiarly fubjedt to the 
fpecies of impofition on the public mind, pradifed by this de- 
fcription of innovators, than any other country in the univerfe; 
and though I am aware the fubjed is a tender one to a Briton, 
yet I cannot help being of opinion that the licentious abufe 
fo frequently witneffed in our periodical publications, calls for 
the interference of the law in many inftances, where the vi- 
rulence of both writers and printers is overlooked, from a 
miftaken idea that the publication and its author are too con- 
temptible to merit attention or correftion. Our minds will 
be more fully imprefled with the truth of this obfervation, 
when we recoiled the fcandalous, malicious,, and unwarrant- 
able libels which have been allowed to pafs unnoticed at the 
late Eledion of Members of Parliament for Liverpool. 

When the Editor of a public journal contents himfelf by 
endeavouring to reform flagrant public abufes, or exerts his 
fatirical talents in correding the vices or follies of the age, he 
merits the countenance of all good men, and is certain to 
obtain the applaufc and encouragement of the public ; but 
ftiould he deviate from this laudable plaa, and become the 
defamer of every one who embraces a party oppofite in opi- 
nion to that which he conceives it to be his intereft to efpoufe, 
contempt will be the remuneration allotted him by the world, 
and unpitied poverty, moft probably, the ultimate puniftunent 
of his folly. 



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XIV 



The Editor thinks it his duty to make the foregoing re- 
marks, from the innumerable attacks made upon himfelf 
during the recent conteft ; and ahhough it may perhaps be 
truly rebutted that he caft the firft ftone, yet he trufts that 
nothing ever did, or ever will iflue from his pen, either of 
a nature calculated to injure the charadter, or wound the 
feelings of any individual, nor at all partaking of that virulent 
fpirit of detraftion, which difgraced the prefs in many in- 
ftances during the recent conteft. 

It is neceffary now to apologize to the public, for the 
delay which has occurred in the publication of this Poll-Book, 
which the Editor can only excufe, by ftating that it was ne- 
ceffary that each Name fliould be feparately compared with 
the Watchman's Diftridt where the individual refides, and 
this could only be done by the Editor himfelf, fo as to fatisfy 
his mirid that the Names were correftly taken. Should any 
error have unavoidably crept in, he will have great pleafure 
in having it immediately altered ; as it is his earneft wifh to 
render the Publication ufeful to both Candidates and Can- 
vaffers at any enfuing conteft. 



CORRECT LIST 



OF TUB 



FREEJMEJV FOI^JLMIh 



WITH A 



Reaular Classificatwn of the Names and Places of Abode of Mch Freeman in 
fht District he inhabits : 



OF THK 



SOl^GS, SQUIBS, ^c. 



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AN 

ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF THE 

FEEEMEM, . 

WITH THE NAMES OF THE CANDIDATP:S 

For whom they respectively polled, 
AT THE ELECTION FOR MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, 

IN LIVERPOOL, 

From the 1st to the 8th November, 1806. 



Q^ The FJgurej in the last Column signify the Watchman's District in which the 

Person lives. 



Abbott Edward, 
——^ James, 

• ■ William, 

Abraham John, 
Ackers James, 

Richard, 

Agnew Joseph, 
Ainsworth Thomas, 

John, 

Alben Thomas, 
Alcock Samuel, 
Alexander John, 
Alison Richard, jun. 
Allanson Edward, 
Allen James, 
Almond James, 

James, 

Amery Richard, 
— — — Thomas, 

Robert, 

Samuel, 

— — — John, 

— Jonathan, 

Anderton James, 
Andrews John, 
Ankers Richard, 
Ansdell T. Griffith, 
Appleton Henry, 

David, 

'■ Bartholo. 

Armore William, 

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John street. 
Ditto, 

Peter street, 
Edmund street, 
Vauxhall road, 
Basnett street. 
Queen street. 
Kitchen street. 
Pleasant street. 
Key street, 
Frederick street, 
Everton, 
Copperas hill, 
Richmond row, 
Edmund street, 
Vauxhall road, 
St. James', 
John street, 
Corfe's buildings, 
Crosbie street, 
Gerard street, 
Tythebarn street, 
IVarringlon, 
Crosbie street. 
Church street, 
Kent street, 
Manchester , 
Lord street, 
Macclesfield, 
Jamaica court, 
Chorley street 
Sparling street. 



saddler 


— 





n 35 


pocketbook maker ' — 


T 


— 35 


mariner 


G 


T 


— 37 


barber 





— 


K 4 


cooper 


G 


T 


— 8 


merchant 


G 


T 


— 43 


pilot 





T 


— 4 


boatbuilder 





T 


R 67 


merchant 








K 54 


cooper 


G 





— 6 


anchor smith 


G 


T 


— 48 


painter 


G 





' 


merchant 


— 


— 


K 41 


ditto 


G 





R 18 


shoemaker 


G 





R 4 


roper 








R 8 


tallow chandler 


G 


T 


— 68 


tailor 








R 35 


shoemaker 


G 


T 


— 29 


labourer 


G 





— 6Q 


staymaker 








R 19 


upholder 


— 


T 


— 5 


staymaker 


G 








broker 


— 


T 


— 66 


shipwright 


G 


T 


— 44 


roper 


G 


— 


— 6\ 


cooper 








R 


blockmaker 








R 33 


barber 





T 


R 


blockmaker 





T 


— 70 


mariner 


G 


T 


— 29 


ditto 


— 


.~ 


R m 



Arthington Daniel, 

' Jonathan, 

— — — ^— Thomas, 
Arrowsmiili John, 
. John, 

Ash John, 
Ashburner James, 
———J. ftioulson 
AsJurroft William, 

Charies, 

Ashhurst William, 
Ashtaii Edward, 
■ David, 

' Nicholas, 

John, 

Askew William, 
Aspinall John, 

J. Bridge, 

— ' James, 

William, 

' William, 

—— William, 



ury i 
!Wil 



Astle William, 
Astley Thoma*, 
— — Thomas, jun. 
Atherton Henry, 
— Matthew, 

Bobert, 

■ Thomas, 

William, 

Aticins William, 
Atkinson John, 

William, 

Austin William, 
Eackhonse Daniel, 

John, 

Eaglet Peter, 
Bagihail Henry, 
Bailey Elliot, 

John* 

— — John, 

- Rodney, 
JGaisley Jolui, 
Baldwin James, 
Ball Jonathan, 
Ballard Robert, 
Ballier Richard, 
Bslioer James W. 
John 

■ - John, 

■ . ■ I. .Thomas, 



« 



MarichesUr, plane maker 

Diltn, shoemaker 

Cropper strset, joiner 

Cumberland street, cooper 

North street, tobacconist 

Byrom street, roper 

Berry street, sailmaker 

I, Jordan street, blockmaker 

Harrington, blockmaker 

Fontenoy street, stonemason 

Hodgson court, chandler 

School lane, blockmaker 

Mason street, mariner 

WooLton, ci'quire 

Grange, Cheshire, esquire 

Lower Sparlingbtreet, blockmaker 

Tythebarn street, hairdresser 
Duke street, 
Bridgewater stre-et, 
TyUiebarn street, 
Ormskirk, 
Copperas hill, 
Upper Milk street, 
Molyneux's street, 
Stanley street. 



Ditto, 
Pitt street, 
IFarringtorif 
Manchester, 
Poplar lane. 
Cable street, 
Dcnison street, 
Mount pleasant, 
Derby street, 
Grafton street, 
Eiierion, 
Waverlree, 
Mersey street, 
Fazakerly, 
Earle street, 
St. Paul's square. 
Water str«:t, 
Prussia street, 
Shaw's alley. 
Parliament street, 
Hursl street, 
Tatton Park, 
Hale street, 
Freemflsou's row, 
Clements' street, 
WiUiam^on street, 
Webster itr«et. 



esquire 

blockmaker 

tinman 

chairmaker 

toper 

engraver 

baker 

engraver 

ditto 

(gooper 

ditto 

blacksmith 

ditto 

joiner 

boatbuilder 

mariner 

cabinet maker 

roper 

merchant 

ditto 

•ooper 

sailmaker 

joiner 

ditto 

ditto 

upholder 

painter 

sailmaker 

shipwright 

cabinet maker 

staymaker 

engraver 

conper 

joiner 

watchmaker 



T 

T 

T 
T 

T 



G 
G 
G 
G 

G 
G 



X 

G T 

G T 

G T 

G T 



R 42 

R 37 

— 22 

— 21 
R 57 
-69 

R 

B 22 

— 39 
R 45 

— 65 

K ■ 

R 

— 66 
n 5 

— 60 

— 68 
« 5 

R 

— 41 
« 7 

K 23 

R 36 
R 36 
R 62 



— 36 

a 33 

— 53 

— 36 
K 70 



T 
T 



R 47 



G 
G 
G 



G 
G 
G 
G 

G 



— 2 

— 2 

R 27 
K 4 

— 64 

— 70 
R 64 

H 

— 24 

— 9 

^- 8 
^ 44 

— 22 



Bamber John, 

_ John, 

Bancroft Thomas, 
Banks Edward, 

John, 

. John, 

. John, 

. Joseph, 

William, 

Banner Samuel, 

, ■ Thomas, 

^-. . Hannond, 

Barber John, 

, James, 

Barclay Edward, 
Barker John, 

. George, 

Henry, 

Barkley James, 
Barlow John, 
Barrow John, 

. Richard, 

Barton John, 

. . John, 

John, 

James, 

. — . James, 

Thomas, 

William, 

Baron Thomas, 
Basnett I'homas, 
Bason James, 
Bate John Galley, 

George, 

Bateson Thomas, 

. Thomas, 

Baxter John, 

Samuel, 

Hichard, 

Beard Robert, 

John, 

Beekwith Thos. jun. 
- Thomas, 



• isceci 

I Bell . 



B Cecil John, 

Thojnas, 
Bell John, 
Bellin Robert, 

. John, 

Bellis J . Saunders, 
Bellshaw Joseph, 
Bennett James, 
Jo&hua, 



3 

Derby street. 
Upper Frederick St. 
Colquitt street. 
Plumb street, 
Duke street. 
Circus street, 
Harford street, 
Chaucer street, 
IVarrington, 
Camden street, 
Richmond row 
Uanelagh street, 
Frederick street, 
Tratford's lane, 
Frederick street 
Copperas hill, 
Gerard street, 
Manchester, 
Orange-street, 
Spital- fields, 
Elliott hill, 
Oruiond street, 
Stanley street. 
Circus-street, 
Vauxhall road. 
School lane, 
Maghull, 
Shaw s brow. 
Pool lauc. 
Temple street, 
Edmund street, 
Darwcn street, 
Rodney street, 
(Irange street, 
Bath street, 
Waverlree, . 
Crosshall street, 
Gascoyne street, 
Vernon street 
Hope street. 
Ditto, 

Roduey-street, 
Christian street, 
Clare street, 
Manchester, 
Frederick street, 
Peter street. 
Fleet street. 
Dale street, 
Bath street, 
K.ey street, 
Korfolk bticet. 



painter 

mariner 

grocer 

sawyer 

bookkeeper 

tailor 

cooper 

grocer 

file ciuter 

druggist 

genll-man 

bookkeeper 

blockmaker 

cooper 

boaibuilder 

roper 

grocer 

slater 

ditto 

roper 

pilot 

cabinet maker 

slater & plaislerer 

bricklayer 

shipwright 

slater 

gcntleraao 

mariner 
ironmonger 

mariner 

c&binct maker 

shipwright 

broker 

cooper 

shipwright 

woollen draper 

cabinet maker 

staymaker 

shoemaker 

cooper 

ditto 

grocer 
orentleroan 

o 

cooper 

cabinet maker 

shipwright 

glazier 

cooper 

labourer 

shipwright 

butcher 

shipwright 



G T 
G — 
G — 



G T 

G T 

G T 

G T 



G T 

G — 

G — 

G T 



G T 

T 

G T 

G T 

G T 

G T 

G T 



G 

G 

G 

G 

G T 

G T 

G — 

G T 

G T 

G T 

G T 

— T 
G T 

— T 



R 36 

a 63 
H 59 
K 6 
— 49 
-— 39 
53 

- R 13 

- K -— 

— 20 

— 13 
R 42 
_ 48 
R 32 

— 48 
R 41 
R 19 
R 

— 24 
R 38 

. — 41 

— 4 
R 36 
R 19 

— 8 

— 45 



— 21 
R 33 

— 35 

— 4 
R 47 

— 55 
R 24 
R 3 

R 

R 38 

R 8 

— 24 

— 55 

— 55 
R 55 

— 19 

— 17 

- R — 

— 48 

- R 37 

— 51 

- R 22 

— S 
_ 6 
_ 68 



Benson Robert P. 

Ralph, 

■ James, 

— Richard, 

' William, 

■ John, 
Bent Matthew, 
Bentley Thomas, 
Berlin James, 
Berry Richard Wm. 

■ William, 

John, 

Bettys Benjamin, 
Bevington Henry, 
Bibby, Thcmas 

' — John, jun. 
" Thomas, 

■ Iboraas, 

■ — Thomas, 

• Ellis, 

BIckerstaff George, 
Bickersteth Sylvestei 
Biggins Samuel, 
Biggs John, 
Bigland Thomas, 
Billison Thomas, 
Birch John, 

James, 

Bnchall Jonathan, 
■ — Henry, 

John, 

' John, jun. 

T. W. 

-' Daniel, 

———- Richard, 

' Edmund, 

——— John, 
• John, 

■ Henry, 

Robert, 

Bird William, 

■ — William, 

Birkett Thomas, 

James, 

Bithell Edward, 
Black John, 
Blackburn Henry, 

\ John, 

Blakcley Robert, 
Elakeney John Hill, 
Blackstock Edward, 
Blayney WJUiaci, 



Preesons row, 
Duke street, 
Preeson's row, 
Davies street. 
Chapel street, 
Preesons row, 
Manchester, 
Ditto, 

Oxford street, 
Redcross sti'eet, 
Manchester, 
Bt;rry street. 
Pool lane, 
Williamson square, 
Preston, 

St. Junes street, 
Whitechapd, 
Princes street, 
Shawhill street, 
Lydiate, 
Kent street, 
r, Parker street, 
If'igan, 

Cleveland square, 
Wolstenhc'lme sqnare, inerchant 
New Quay, whitesmith 

Porter street, 
Rainford, 
Richmond row. 
Pall Mall, 
Richmond row. 
Prices street, 
Richmond row. 
Dry Dock, 
Roscoe street, 
Byrom street, 
James' street, 
Richmond row, 
Fontenoy street. 
Ditto, 

Mercer's court, 
Cazneau street, 
FredericJt street. 
North street, 
Gascoyne street, 
Crosbie street, 
St. Andrew street. 
Cropper street. 
Chapel street, 
Thomas street. 
Mile End, 
Ntw Quay, 



grocer 

merchant 

bookkeeper 

watch engraver 

hairdresser 

merchant 

printer, 

roper 

shoemaker 

tobacconist 

roper 

saddler 

upholder 

cabinet maker, 

bricklayer 

soao boiler 

bricklayer, 

caoinet maker 

printer 

baker 

roper 

shipwright 

cabinet maker 

bookkeeper 



baker 

pipemaker 

book keeper 

hairdresser 

cooper 

butcher 

carpenter 

sail maker 

cooper 

grocer 

fiaxdresser 

shipwright 

slater 

roper 

blockmaker 

accountant 

shipwright 

mariner 

sailmaker 

roper 

ditto 

roper 

butdier 

brushraaker 

gentleman 

sailmaker 



— T — 

G T — 

-■ R 

G T — 

T — 

R 

R 

G T 

R 

G T 

G T . 

G R 

R 

G 

G T 

G T — 

T • 

G T 

G T 

G T 

G T 

R 

R 

R 

T 

G 

■ R 

R 

R 

G T 

G T 

G T 

R 

R 

B 

G 

T — 

G R 

G R 

e ^ — 



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36 

27 

29 



— 31 



57 
33 
44 

68 
44 
35 
38 

61 
43 

49 

,50 

3 

69 

18 
6 

18 

49 
18 
31 

57 
21 
30 
18 
22 
32 
31 
13 
48 
22 

8 
66 
54 
42 
27 
33 
11 

3 



Blease Ralph, 
Bloor Thomas, 
riower Thomas, 
Bkir.dellRev. Wm. 

Rev. Thomas, 

Richard, 

Blylh John, 

Bold J . Oldham, 
Bolton John, 
J Molineux, 

Samuel, 

R. Padmore, 

Bond .fohn, 

Thomas, 

Richard, 

Ronny Richard, 

' Bich'ird, 

William, 

Bcnsall Robert, 
Booih George, 

Thomas, 

Robert, 

Willi:mi, 

. William, sen. 

Bootle Ed. W. 
Borry James, 
Botherson Williacn, 
Boiiriie John, 
Peter, 

Thomas, 

Thomas 

Bowden George 
Boyd Thomas, 
Boyle Richaid, 
Bradburn Gcrrard, 

— John, 

Bradley Johi>, 
— — — Thomas, 
Bradshaw Joseph, 

Daniel, 



^ 



. John, 

Thomas, 

Johnson, 

Daniel, 

— John, 

— James, 

Edmund, 

I — — James, 
Bradstock Garslang, 
Bragger Edward, 
Brammall George, 
Brancker John, 



Vauxhall road, 
Peter-street, 
Tempest hey, 
St. Anne's street 
Low Hill, 
Frederick street. 
Gore street, 
Leigh street, 
Duke street, 
Frederick street, 
New Hall st'cet, 
Lancaster, 
Grayson street, 
Pownall street, 
Salthousc Duck, 
Mill iane, 
Key street, 
Croshy, 

Hightitld street, 
Peter's lane, 
Rodney street. 
Kitchen street, 

Hanover stieet. 

Ditto, 

Liithom House, 
Christian street, 

Greenland street, 
Eaton House 

Duke street. 

Ditto, 

Basnet street, 

Williamson square, 

Kent square, 

Park lane, 

Ci>p])eras hill, 

Whitechapcl, 

Hunter street. 

Cavendish street, 

Narthwich, 

Frederick streei, 

Dickinson street, 

Jordan street, 

Ashton, 

Park lane, 

Spitalfiekls, 

Vernon street, 

Loiv hit/, 

Northu'ich, 

Rodney street, 

Frederick street, 

Colquitt street, 

Hope street. 



grocer 


G 8 


baker 


G T — 37 


coojicr 


E 26 


clerk 


G T — !7 


ditto 


G T 


'oook keeper 


K 48 


cooper 


G T 


merchant 


G T — 44 


ditlj 


G T — 60 


shipwright 


R 43 


ditto 


It 70 


tinman 


It — 


sbijuvright 


— T — 64 


ditto 


— T — 48 


ditto 


G T 47 


bricklayer 


G T — 20 


joiner & cabinet 


m G T — 6 


tallow chandler 


G T ■ 


mariner 


T It 7 


merchant 


G — fi 45 


ditto 


G 11 57 


roper 


G T — 67 


ditto 


G T — 45 


ditto 


G T 15 


e-quire 


G T 


roper 


— T — if) 


ditto 


T 70 


merchant 


G T 


ditto 


<; T — 60 


ditto 


T — 6C) 


ditto 


R 43 


gentleman 


G T — 44 


marnicr 


G '61 


blockmaker 


. R 63 


sailmaker 


K 41 


blockmaker 


R S8 


mariner 


R 21 


bread baker 


— T — 12 


roper 


6 T 


shipwright 


R 4S 


ditto 


G — u 63 


manner 


E 63 


merchant 


R 


mariner 


— ~ n 63 


Bhipwriwht 


— T — 38 


caljinet maker 


G — B 24 


roper 


G T 


ditto 


T — 


merciiant 


G T 55 


blockmaker 


G T — 48 


merchant 


G — R 59 


ditto 


G 55 







BraDcker Peter W. 
~ • 1 homas, 
-Btniidielli William, 
Bni.infgan Ridiard, 
■■ William, 



Brew George, 

John, 

Pliillip, 

Brire James, 
Bridge John, 

John, 

-; William, 

Briscoe Charles, 
Bricrly James, 

Thomas, 

John Wm. 

Br.jtlie Geora;e, 
Brookfield Joliii, 
Brooks Rev. Jona. 

■ ~ Robert, 

Bromley John, 
Brothertoii William, 
Broughail Thomas, 

. Broiighton Robert, 
Bruffield Samuel, 

" Thomas, 

Brovii) James, 

' — John, 

Joliu, 

• Matthew, 

■ Jolin, 

Robert, 

" — Henry, 

~— Joseph, 

Thomas, 

" Richard, 

Jobhna,jiin. 

' Richard, 

• Joshua, 

■ ■ — Richard, 

• Thomas, 

■ — VVilliam, 

William, 

Brownbill Johi), 

James, 

■ — - Henry, 

Browririgg James, 
Brownsword John, 
Bruce Thomas, 
Brundreth John, 

William, 

\Vi)liam, 



Colqnitt street. 
Ditto, 

Water street, 
Beviijgion bush, 
Park lane, 
Lionel street, 
Bakeliouse lane, 
Derby street. 
Sparling street, 
Edmund street, 
Johnson's court. 
Ditto, 

Benn's garden. 
Sparling street, 
Parkgate, 
Sparling sireet. 
Barton's lane, 
Copneras.'iill, 
Daulby street, 
Ifelclu ior street, 
C'lare sireet, 
Peter street, 
Grii-j^fieldCnffee-lmn. 
Wiiitechapel, 
Molineux wient. 
Ditto, 

Brown's court, 
Parkgate, 
Duke street, 
Elliott hill, 
Williamson street, 
Batchelor sireet, 
Kirkdak, 
•Bold street, 
Edgar street, 
Banastre street, 
Oldhall street, 
Blackhurv, 
Oldhall street, 
Sutton, , 
Hevington bush, 
Guy's entry, 
Edgar street, 
Bixteth street, 
Fontenoj street, 
Williamson street, 
Browulowhill, 
Crosshall street. 
Great George's street, 
Nnrthwick, 
Ditto, 
Ditto^ 



esquire 
merchant 
ditto 
gardner 
shipwright 
painter " 
cabinet maker 
tobacconist 
siiipwright 
saddier 
ro;)er 
ditto 

blookma'ser 
shipwrjpbt 
blnckniaker 
shipwright 
ditto 
roper 
c!^;rk 
butcher 
biiek layer 
baker 
p,potter 
tinman' 
rop^r 
ditto 
litiman 
sail maker 
merchant 
roper 

boat builder 
butcher 
gentleman 
merchant 
cabinet maker 
barber 
merchant 
poller 
hair dresser 
potter 
roper 

cabinet maker 
bricklayer 
sailmaker 
bricklayer 
roper 
broker 
s1at( r 

bookkeeper 
slater 
ditto 
blacksmith 



1 

G T — 5g 1 


,1 Bryars Thomas, 


7 

Netv Bird street. 


shipwright 




T ()9 


G T — 5.0 11 Lawrence, 


Park lane. 


cooper 




— K iSi 


G R '27 


BuUen John, 


Raiiijhnl, 


ditto 




B 






Frecitrick street. 
Hold street. 


shipwright 
merchant 


G 


— R 48 

— E 52 


li I i 

K t) ! 


Richard, 


a 


G K .'Jo 


— Christopher 


Ditto, 


grocer 


G 


— R 53 


K d M 


Samuel, 


Manchester, 


tobacconist 




T 


G K 36 M 


BuUin Robert, 


Frederick street. 


plaisterer 





T — 48 


n t/6 J 


Buck John, 


Shaw's alley. 


cooper 




— K 64. 


— 1 — 4 '1 


Bulmer John, 


Cheapsidc, 


whitesmith 


G 


— R 23 


G T — 24 


Bunnell William, 


Pool lane. 


butcher 


G 


T — 32 


T B 24 


"Thomas, 


George's street. 


cooper 


G 


— R 5 


G T — 31 


John, 


Key street. 


tallow chandler 





— R Q 


G T — 66 


■ William, 


Fool lane. 


butcher 


G 


T — 32 


—— T „-. , 


James, 


Ditto 


ditto 


G 


T — 32 


— T — 06 


Burgess Henr}-, 


Sparling street. 


bookkeeper 





T — 66 


K 4 


William 


Ditto, 


baker 


G 


T — 66 


G R 41 1 

G T 40 


■\'\?iili-ini 


New Bird street, 
Gilbert street. 


roper 
mariner 


___ 


— R 69 

— R 61 


Burkell William, 





— T — 24 ; 


Burtinshaw, William 


, Crooked lane. 


ditto 





K 3i 


h 17 


Burland Thomas, 


Crosshall street. 


cooper 





R .'iS 


— T — 37 


Burnett Robert, 


Jordan street. 


ro])er 


G 


T 69 


T 


Burns Thomas, ' 


Tythebarn street, 


cabinet maker 





— R 5 


G T — 38 ! 


Burrows Ralph, 


Ditto, 


tailor 





R 5 


o T — 23 


Bushell Thomas, 


Gascoyne street, 


baker 


G 


8 


G 23 


Bushell Richard, 


Highfield street. 


boatbuiider 


« 


T — 7 


R 12 


Thomas, 


Mount Vernon, 


mariner 


G 




G T 


Butler John, 


Kent street, 


ditto 


G 


T — 61 


G T 60 


Byrom Vv'iliiam, 


Dale street. 


druggist 





— R 25 


G 41 


Valentine, 


Richmond row. 


grocer 





H 18 


R 44 


Cain James, 


Norfolk street 


shipwright 


G 


6s 


— T — 24 


Caldwell Charles, 


Bold street. 


merchant 


G 


— R 52 


G T I 


Caley Thomas, 


Mount Pleasant, 


ditto 


G 


T — 54 


— T — 52 


• John, 


Pleasant street. 


sailmaker 


G 


T — 54 


R 11 


Callow Robert, 


Whitechapel, 


tailor 


G 


T — 38 


R 9 


Calverley Michael, 


Park lane. 


coop<;r 





— R 63 


— T — 5 


William, 


Richmond row. 


hatter 





— R 16 


R _ 


Calvert Samuel, 


Paradise street. 
Bury, 


shopkeeper 
tinman 


— 


— R 32 


T — 5 







— . u _— 


T i_ 


Campbell James, 


Summer seat 


joiner 





— E 1! 


T J I 


Campbell George, 


Dale street. 


tobacconist 


G 


T — 38 


R 37 ' 


■ George, 


Pitt street. 


cooper 


.; 


— R 62 


T II 

G T — 5 


John, 


Chapel street, 
Frederick street. 


mariner 
shipwright 





T — 27 







T — AS 


— T — 22 1 


Cannell William, 


Earle street. 


pilot 





— K 2 


G T — 44 M 


Hugh, 


Atlierton street. 


cabinet maker 





— R 32 


K 54 ■ 


Oinnon John, 


Stanhope street. 


shipwright 





R 


R 38 1 


Capper Robert, 


Clare street. 


bricklayer 


. 


— K ;7 


R 72 1 


James, 


Atlicrtoo street. 


cooper 





— a 32 


G T 1 


Cardwell James, 


Pitt street. 


ditto 


. 


R 62 


G T . 1 


William, 


Ditto, 


ditto 


.__ 


— R 62 


1 


Careful James, 


Suulcy street. 


shipwright 


— 


T — 36 




Caiidland William, 
Carter James, 
Cartvvriglu William, 
Carr Robert, 
Carroll William, 
Cariledgc Joseph, 
Case James, 

• Thomas A. 

Casheii Kichard, 

William, 

Casson John, 
■ William, 

Thomas 

Castell James 
Catteral James, 

William, 

John, 

• Samuel, 

William, 

James, 

John, 

William, 

Cave James, 
Chad.vick John, 

William, 

• — John, 

' John, 

Jolin, 

Cha.lbrs Edward, 

Anthy. ii. 

Chaplain Martin, 
Charles Edward, 
Charnley James, 
Charnoek Thomas, 

—• John, 

Cheadle Timothy, 
Cheshire Thomas, 
Cheste)- John, 
Chew John, 
Christian John, 

Geot-ge, 

Chabbard, Samuel, 

— Thomas, 

Clare Matthew, 

' Thomas, jun. 

■ — Joseph, 
Clarke Jonathan, 

Richard, 

William, 

William, 

'I'homas, 

— Thomas 



8 

Shaw's alley 
Quarry hill, 
j\i:i.isacid street, 
Jf'inerlree, 
Rose place, 
FrcJerick street. 
Hauler/ Green, 
Great George's street, 
Lawtnn street. 
Paradise street, 
Highion court, 
Gilbert street. 
Ditto, 

Byrom street, 
JFigan, 
Virgil street, 
Peter street, 
Cornwallis street, 
Pownall square, 
Korfijik street, 
Lir.ie street, 
Manchester, 
Wyke's court, 
Addison street, 
Harringlun, 
Plumbe street, 
C'rovr street, 
Harrington street, 
Everton, 
Princes street. 
Lumber street. 
Commutation row, 
Derby square, 
Rathbone street, 
Lnncaster, 
Manchester, 
Harrington street, 
Peter street, 
JVavertree, 
Sparling street, 
EverloTi, 
Ketuinglon, 
Springfield street, 
John streel. 
Hunter street. 
Dale street. 
Hurst street, 
Mersey street, 
Greenland street. 
Sparling street, 
Vernon street, 
P.eploe, Salop, 



shipwright — 
pocket bookmaker — 

iiiecchaut — 

gentleman g 

bookkeeper p 

potter _ 

ditto _ 

merchant g 

roper — 

gilder — 

joiner — 

ditto — 

shipwright — 

hatter — 

roper g 

cork cutter g 

mariner — 

ditto — 

potter — 

block niaker g 

carver g 

cabinet maker — 

watchmaker g 

joiner g 

roper — 

gunmaker g 

roper — 

brazier g 

merchant g 

bookkeeper g 

boat builder g 

cabinet maker — 

grocer g 

cooper G 

blocK maker — 

shipwright — 

boat builder r. 

cabinet maker — 

smith o 

sail maker — 

shipwright g t 
carver and gilder o — 

painter — — 

sail maker g t 

merchant g t 

saddler g t 

block maker 

ditto 

ditto 

cooper — — 

iron founder — ■■ — 

esquire o — 



T — 64 

T — 72 

K 15 

R 13 

T — 48 

K 

T 71 

— n 42 

— K 33 
T — 66 

T 62 

— R 62 

R 21 

T 12 

R 37 

— K 60 

T — 7 
T — 68 
41 

T — 23 
T — 8 

— R 6 

R 

T — 34 

35 

T ■ — 4 

— R 40 



■^9 

72 



K 

R 

R 

T 34 

- H 3; 

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R 





R 


17 





35 





21 





25 


K 


64 


R 


47 


R 


70 


R 


m 


R 


24 



■ 



C'larkeThomas, 

Phillip, 

Clater James, 
Claughton James, 
Clay Thomas, 

Thomas, jun. 

Ralph, 

Cleator Thomas, 
Clough Thomas, 

William H. 

Clalton Samuel, 
Cocket Caryl, 
Coleman Leigh, 

Robert, 

Colley John P. 

John, jun. 

Collier William, 
Collins John, 
Colquitt John, 

Goodwin, 

Colvin John, 
Comber Andrew, 

Duncan, 

Connelly John, 

James, 

Cooke William, 
Cooper James, 
Joseph, 

Samuel, 

^Thomas O. 

George, 

Cope Benjamin, 
Coppack William, 
C'opple Richard, 

William, 

James, 

James, 

. Jonathan, 

Thomas, 

Corfe Arthur, 

Benjamin, 

— — Joseph, sen. 

. Joseph, jun. 

(Jorless Roger, 
■ William, 



— James, 



1 



Corran Leonard, 

- John, 

Corkhill John, 
Corrin Robert, 
Cottam John, 
,, Thomas^ 

c 



9 

Manchester, 
Ormond street, 
Mersey street, 
Greenland street. 
Moor street. 
Ditto, 
Ditto, 

INIaghuU street, 
Byrom street. 
Hill street, 
Bolton, 
Church alley, 
Mansfield street. 
Ditto, 

Hatton garden. 
Ditto, 

Murray square, 
Edmund street. 
Mount Pleasant, 
liatK 

Brownlow street. 
Rose hill. 
Mount Pleasant, 
Gerard street, 
Argyle street 
Comus street, 
Ranelagh street, 
St. Anne's street, 
Pitt street, 
Rodney street. 
North street, 
Frodsham, 
Lawton street, 
Mount Pleasant, 
Warrington, 
Robert street. 
Dale street. 
Nova Scotia, 
Plumbe street. 
Concert street. 
Lord stieet. 
Fleet street. 
Pool lane. 
Dale street, 
Crosshall street, 
Kent street, 
Norfolk street. 
Sparling street. 
Chapel street. 
Princes street, 
Thomas street, 
Jshton, 



watch gilder 


R — 


shipwright 


T- R 4 


ditto 


— T — 47 


roper 


— T — 70 


ironmonger 


G T — 30 


ditto 


R 30 


ditto 


G T — 30 


shipwright 


R 64 


cordwainer 


G T 21 


cooper 


G 41 


blacksmith 


R — 


tailor 


G T 45 


merchant 


G T 15 


ditto 


T 15 


jomer 


G T 22 


ditto 


G T 22 


shipwright 


R 32 


pilot 


R 4 


town clerk, Lpl. 


— T — 55 


captain R. N. 


T 


merchant 


— T R 54 


ditto 


R 14 


ditto 


R 53 


roper 


T R 19 


shipwright 


R 49 


grocer 


R 13 


blockmaker 


G T 42 


painter 


— T — 17 


shipwright 


R 62 


merchant 


R 57 


boatbuilder 


— T — 22 


gentleman 


G R 


bricklayer 


R 42 


mercer and draper g t — 53 


joiner 


G 


ditto 


R 21 


bookkeeper 


G T 26 


boatbuilder 


— T — 30 


joiner 


R 6 


cooper 


— T — 52 


butcher 


G T — 33 


ditto 


R 51 


ditto 


G — R 32 


cabinet maker 


T R 22 


roper 


— T — 38 


cabinet maker 


— T — 61 


boatbuilder 


G 68 


.shipwright 


R 66 


ditto 


G 27 


ciibinet maker 


G R 35 


shipwright 


G T — 33 


locksmith 


G T ^- 



iff 



Cotter Robert, 

^ Thomas, 

Coventry John, 

Ralph, 

• Hugh, 

Ralph, 

^— — Edward, 

Edward, j 

Coulson Henry, 
'— — James, 

■ Richard, 

John, 

Cowley William, 

John, 

Cowup Thomas, 
Cox William, 
(..'ragg John, 
Cranage Jofcn, 
Crenshaw Richard, 
Cribb Peter, 
Critchley James, 

, James, 

Croft Ju.sepli, 
■: James, 

John, 

t'rookes Joseph, 
('ropper William, 

-.—^ Uidiard, 

Thomas, 

Enoch, 

Crosbie James, jun 

James, 

— Edward, 

William, 

Cross Samuel, 

J Am. 

• Adam, 

Samuel, 

• John, 

Ciossley Joseph, 
( rossfield Edward IM 
Croston Richard, 

■ Richard, 

— —— John, 

• Edward, 

Croston WilJiam, 
tronchiey fJenry, 
Cruise George, 

Frederick, 

Cubbin William 
Cullift William,' 
9ummins Hugh, 



10 

Highfield street, 
Watkinson street, 
St. John'i lane, 
Shaw's brow. 
Grub street, 
Gerard street, 
Virginia street, 
iun. Edmund street, 
Mount pleasant, 
St. Andrew street, 
BUuidell .street, 
Pellew streei, 
Watkinson street, 
Leigh street, 
Preston street, 
Peter .street, 
St. James's walk, 
IVarrb'gton, 
Brownlow street. 

Button street, 

Browne street. 

Kitchen street 

Biomfield sti\--et, 

Ormond street, 

Edmund street, 

Kit-chen street, 

Manchester, 

Byrom street, 

Islington, 

Shaw's brow, 
. Loudon, 

Duke street, 

Dufcan street, 

Rodney street. 

Si Ik -house lane. 

Bold street, 

B;ick Mansfield street 

If'alton, 

Lumber street, 

Bolton street, 
. Mason street. 

Sparling street, 

Ormond street, 

Lydiate, 

Harrington , 

Sparling street. 

Kitchen street. 
Hurst street, 
Charlotte .street, 
Duke street, 
Plunib street, 
George's dy-k. 



shipwright 

ditto 
roper 

ditto 

saiimaker 

roper 

joiner 

cabinet maker 

roper 

ditto 

saiimaker 

bloekmaker 

Iwatlmilder 

merchant 

tobacconist 

ropet 

msrcli-int 

filecuttcr 

.saiimaker 

gentleman 

bricklayer 

plum!->er 

upholder 

boalbuilder 
cooper 
bloekmaker 
lathcleavor 
butcher 
mercer 
joiner 
merchant 
ditto 
ditto 
esquire 
butcher 
merchant 
, caWnet maker 
joiner 
bricklayer 
tailor 
merchant 
bloekmaker 
ditto 
ditro 
roper 
painter 
joiner 
cooper 
mariner 
merchant 
I'ilot 

iuiirdresscr 





... — 


- R 7 







- R 68 


G 


T 


— 39 


G 


T 


— 21 







- R 19 


G 


T 


— 19 


G 


T 


— 2 


G 


T 


— 4 







- fi 53 







- R 54 


O 


— 


- B 67 


G 


— 


- — 54 




- T 


— 68 




- T 


— 44 


G 


T 


— 38 




- T 


— 37 


G 


— 


- R 71 


G 


T 


— 54 


G 


T 


— I 







R 62 


G 


— 


— 67 







R 32 







R 4 








R 4 








R 67 





T 


— — 


« 


T 


— 21 








R 40 


(i 





— 21 


G 


T 





G 


T 


— 60 








R 40 


U 


T 


— 55 








R 5 








R 52 





T - 


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E 





T 


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R 41 


c 





— 65 


— 





R 66 


— . 


T 


— 4 


G 


T 











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K 66 


G 





R 67 


G 


T 


— 64 


a 


— 


— 47 


G 


T 


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G 


— . 


— 6 


— . 


r ■ 


— 3© 



Cunliffe Nicholas, 
Cuiuungham David, 
Currie James, 

W. Wallace, 

Corrie William, 

. Thomas, 

Cutter Hemy, 
Crow Willinm, 
Danson JoLn, 
Darlington Richard, 

_ Thomas, 

Darrah William, 
Darwin Henry, 
Davidson 'indrevv, 
Davies Edward, 

Thomas, 

James, 

Edward, 

Edward, 

. Ji)hn, 

Thomas, 

Walter, 

Charles, 



. John, 

Peter, 

Thomas, 

'rhoma>!, 

Edward, 

Davis Rev. John 

J. Moore, 

Daulby James, 

John, 

William, 

John, 

.(ohn, 

William B. 

Daw.son James, 
William, 

Pudsey, 

John, 

— John, 

Richard, 

Peter, 

Deakin John, 
Dean Thomas, 

William, 

Richard 

Thomas, 

John, 

Deane Thomas, 
Dent John, 
Dsnnett John, 



ll 

Sir Thomas buildings, 
Lydia Anne street. 
Back Gerard street. 
Great George's street. 
Old Church yard, 
Hope street, 
Clare street. 
Sparling street. 
Lumber street, 
Old Hal! street, 
Shaw's alley, 
Covent garden, 
Formly, 
Pembroke place, 
Ciosbie street, 
Chester, 
Sparling street, 
Stratiil street. 
Ditto, 
Preston, 
Bath street, 
Bevinglon bu^h, 
Crosshali street, 
Brownlow hill, 
Parker street. 
Temple street, 
LuwhUl, 
Crosbie street, 
Ileskayne, 
Ditto,' 

Cumberland street. 
Hurst street. 
Sparling street. 
Great George's street, 
Jordan street, 
S|i:irling street, 
1'rueman street. 
Pall mall, 
Jlo<lney street. 
While street, 
Mas ley hill, 
Rodney street. 
Chapel sticet. 
Great Howard street, 
Fontenoy street, 
Ranelagh street. 
Ditto, 

Church street, 
Campbell street, 
Bixteth street, 
London, 
Silver street. 



jeweller 


G 


— 


— 37 


blacksmith 


— 





R 61 


baker 


G 





R ig 


merchant 








R 72 


broker 





T 


R 23 


ditto 





T 


R 55 


merchant 


G 





— 16 


plumber & glazier — 





R 66 


joiner 





T 


— 4 


.saiimaker 


G 


T 


3 


shipwright 








R 64 


cooper 


G 


T 


— 27 


whitesniilh 





T 


• 


roper 
jt.iner 


G 

G 


T 


— 40 

— 66 


brazier 





T 


— — 


plumber 








R 66 


shipwright 








R 31 


auehorsraith 








R 31 


painter 





T 


^ 


ni. inner 








R 3 


painter 





T 


— 11 


cooper 


G 


T 


— 33 


plaislerer 





T 


— 54 


cooper 


G 


T 


— 43 


tobacconist 








R 35 


mariner 


G 





— — 


shipwright 








R 66 


clerk 





T 





gentleman 





T 


R 


bloekmaker 








R 37 


shipwright 





T 


— 64 


ditto 





T 


R 66 


merchant 








R 71 


painter 





T 


- 09 


shipwright 








R 66 


Cijoper 


G 


T 


— 22 


baker 


G 


T 


— 6 


e-squire 
mariner 


G 


T 
T 


— 56 

— 62 


esquire 


G 








merchant 


G 


T 


— 66 


shipwright 








R *7 


carpenter 


G 


T 


— 2 


cooper 


■~~ 


•"— 


R 22 


roper 


G 


T 


— 42 


merchant 





T 


— 42 


boatbuilder 


G 





R 43 


shipwright 


e 





— 65 


boatbuilder 


— 


T 


— 5 


esquire, M. Y. 


G 








roper 


Q 





— 41 



12 



13 



11 , 



Denton James, James's street, 

— John, Mersey street, 

Derbyshire William, Pool lane. 

John, A-^-''— .-•- 

Thomas, 



Dewhurst John, 

■ (hnrle?, 

Dickinson Peter, 

Jolui, 

— Thomas, 

Diclison Edward, 

Thomas, 

'— William, 

Dixon John, 
Thomas, 

■ Thomas, 

■ William, 

Dodge James, 
Donathan Thomas, 
Dorlin John, 
Doughty William, 
Dowell William 
Downs Richard C. 
Downward Richard, 
Thomas, 



.) Drap 



Draine John, 
Draper William, 

- Jame«, 

- John, 
Drinkwater John, 
George 

John, 



Thos.jun. Ditto, 



Northwick, 
Whitechapel, 
Houghton street, 
Ditto, 
Park lane. 
Barter street, 
Thomas street, 
Clayton square, 
Park lane, 
JFallon, 
Bold street, 
Chester, 

iiake-house lane. 
Copperas hill, 
Vauxhall road. 
Dale street, 
Pitt street, 
Clement street, 
Highfieid street. 
Pool lane. 
Spriiigjield, 
Rodney street. 



St. Andrew street, 
Moorfields, 
Dale street, 
Kent street, 
Everton, 
Drnry lane. 
Ditto, 

Sparling srreet, 
Chester, 



Drummond John, 
Ducker Edward, ^-....o^e, , 

Duckworth William, Whitechapel 
Dunbabin John, Milk street, 

Brekell, Hull, 

Dunbar Sir George, INlonnt pleasant, 
Wm. Rowe, Ditto, 



— John, 

Duncan Robert, 
Dunn Joseph, 
Durning William, 
Dutcli Edward, 
Dutton John, 

' Thomas, 

' Henry, 

Dyke George, 

• Dcson John, 

Henry, 

Earle Thomas, 



New Bird street. 
Seel street. 
Kitchen street. 
Edge hill, 

Northampton street, 
Gilbert street, 
Kent strsef, 
Leigh street, 
Gilbert street, 
Tyihebarn street, 
Manchester, 
Spekelan^, 



bricklayer 


— ~ K 30 


shipwright 


H 47 


boatbmldcr 


— T — 33 


cooper 


G T 


sailmaker 


G T 38 


cabinet maker 


G T 43 


sailmaker 


R 43 


shipwright 


R 63 


boatbuildcr 


— T — 65 


shipwright 


— T — 33 


merchant 


G T 43 


engraver 


■ K 6'3 


merchant 


G 


ditto 


E 62 


ditto 


, R 


jonier 


— T — 30 


roper 


— T — 41 


jonier 


G T 8 


block maker 


H 3b" 


ditto 


G 62 


cooper 


G T 8 


boatbuilder 


G T 7 


hatter 


G T 32 


grocer 


G R 


merchant 


G R 5.5 


grocer 


G R 55 


roper 


R 54 


shoemaker 


H 25 


ditto 


R 36 


ditto 


R 6l 


broker 


G T 


merchant 


G T 28 


ditto 


G T 28 


joiner 


— T — 66 


roper 


K 


cooper 


R 38 


chairmaker 


H 7 


tobacconist 




baronet 


— T — 54 


esquire 


— T — 54 


shipwright 


R 6q 


merchant 


G — K 51 


•hipwright 


K 67 


cooper 


-*- — * R 1,1.. 


ditto 


E 8 


baker 


G T — 62 


ditto 


R 61 


ditto 


G T 44 


shipwright 


G T — 65 


bricklayer 


G 2 


shoemaker 


}{ __ 


esquire 


— _ B _ 



Earle William, 
Eaioii John, 

William, 

Eastwood William 
Ecclcstoii Robert, 

Henry, 

James, 

William, 

Eden Charles P. 
Edmondson John, 
Jidwards Edward, 

John, 

Thomas, 

George, 

Jdhn, 

James, 



Ellames Peter, 
Elliott George, 
Ellis Samuel, 

John, 

Ellison Henry, 

Richard, 

Thomas, 

Isaac, 

John, 

Elston John, 

William, 

Leigh, 

Elton John, 
Emerson Thomas, 
Emery George, 
Eminett James 

Richard, 

Evans Hugh Ellis, 

Thomas, 

William, 

Samuel, 

Richard, 

John, 

Everard Thomas, 
EwartTliomas, 
— — William, 
Fairbrother James, 
Fairclough William, 

Henry, 

. Thomas, 

— Richard, 

James C. 

Charles 

Henry C. 

Fairfield Johj, 
Fairhurst William, 



Erert07i, 

Cavendish street, 
Shaw's brow, 
Baclford, 
Law ton street, 
Hackin's hey, 
Garden street, 
St. Andrew street, 
Brownlow street, 
Webster street. 
Circus street. 
Kitchen street, 
Pemberton alley, 
Spitalficlds, 
Chapel street, 
Elliot hill, 
York street, 
Lawton street, 
Crossluill street, 
Duncan street, 
Ranclngh street, 
Trueman street, 
Pciiketh, 
Batchelor street, 
John street, 
Addison street, 
Byrom street, 
Harrison street, 
Thomas street. 
Ditto, 

Hurst street. 
Lumber street, 
Highfieid street. 
Park lane, 
Gilbert street. 
Limekiln lane, 
Saughall, Cheshire, 
Duke street, 
Vauxhall road, 
]N)offitt's place. 
Cropper street, 
Birchfield, 
Hurst street, 
Birket street, 
Ranelagh street. 
Ditto, 

Williamson street, 
Ranelagh street, 
Millhouse, Derly, 
Ranelagh street, 
Cleveland square, 
Cheapside, 



merchant 


o 


K 





engraver 


G 


K 


12 


hatter 


— 


R 


21 


coojier 


G 


T 


— 


ditto 


G 





42 


sailmaker 





R 


25 


ditto 





T 


05 


roper 





R 


54^ 


accountant 


G 


T 


54 


cooper 





T R 


22 


chandler 





R 


l.y 


plumber 





R 


67 


mason 


G 


T 


27 


roper 


G 


H 


38 


shipwright 





R 


27 


jomer 


G 


T 


41 


gentleman 





T 


49 


roper 


G 


T 


42 


cooper 





R 


38 


shipwright 





R 


40 


cooper 





R 


42 


ditto 





T 


22 


shipwright 





-^ R 


— 


sailmaker 





T 


24 


sliipwiight 





E 


35 


hatter 


G 





8 


cabinet maker 





H 


21 


bookkeeper 


G 





12 


cooper 





R 


33 


cordivainer 


G 


R 


.■i3 


shoemaker 





T 


64 


halter 





T — 


4 


ditto 





R 


7 


merchant 





R 


63 


cooper 





R 


62 


grocer 


G 


R 


ll 


tailor 





■ R 


— 


pilot 





H 


60 


china manufact. 





R 


8 


roper 


G 


R 


41 


mariner 





' R 


42 


merchant 


G 


H 


16 


shipwright 





R 


04 


bookkeeper 


G 





- 18 


slater 


G 


T — 


- 42 


merchant 


G 


T — 


- 42 


bookkeeper 


G 


E 


44 


merchant 


G 


— — 


- 42 


ditto 


G 


E 


— 


gentleman 





T — 


■ 42 


merchant 





R 


4f> 


breeches maker 





E 


2« 



Q 






Fairhurst Peter, 
' Robert, 

~ William. 

■— William, 

Falkner Edward, 

William, 

Faraworth I'homas 

Jacob, 

Henry, 

Farren Ihonias, 
Farrer John, 

■■ John, 

Joseih, 

Fazakerley Gfoice, 

~ James, 

Kobert, 

— Thomas, 

John, 

Fe.irns William, 

■ Get rge, 

Fearou Edward, 
Feltou Thomas, 
Fewler Samuel, 
Filkia J(nin, 
Finchect .iamcs, 
Finney Simon, 
Fiiilow Jamiis, 
Fisher Samuel, 

John, 

John, 

Roger, 

■ Samuel, 

Thomas, 

— — John, 

Jonathan, 

William, 

John, 

■ - John, 

John, 

Thomas, 

Fishwick William, 
Flannagan William, 
Fleetwood Edward, 

— Robert, 

Richard, 

Fletcher Isaac, 

~ John, 

Henry, 

Thomas, 

John, 

— — -- Joseph, jun. 
Robert, 



14 

Parker street, 
Stanley street, 
Bnltun, 

Mansfield street, 
Fairfield, 
Stanley street, 
Pembcrton"s allev. 
Key street. 
Dale street. 
King slreet, 
Peler street, 
Pemberton's alley 
Mount Pleasant, 
Cable slreet, 
Mohiieux wient, 
Pitt street, 
Harrington street, 
Plumbe street. 
Park lane, 
Crosbie street, 
Cleveland square, 
Manchester, 
Biirscougk, 
Barter street, 
Nile street, 
Paradise slreet, 
Fairclough street, 
Comus street, 
Savvney Pope street, 
Afanc/ieslir, 
Toxteth Park, 
Thomas street, 
Whitechapel, 
Marshall street, 
Toxtelk Park, 
Back Gerard street, 
Diito, 

Toxteth Park, 
Kent street, 
Clarence street, 
Middlewkh, 
Park lane, 
Clarence slreet. 
Mount pleasant, 
Knrlhwich, 
Cuerdley, 
Peler street, 
Ranelagh street. 
Great George's jtreetj 
Duke street. 
Seel street, 
St. Vincent street, 
JBlundell street. 



shipwright 

cabinet maker 

joiner 

shoemaker 

esquire 

nailor 

shipwright 

block maker 

dilto 

shipwriglit 

roper 

shoemaker 

tailor 

sailmaker 

roper 
dilto 

smith 

whitesmith 
cooper 
ditto 

insurance broker 
whitesmith 
cabinet maker 
mariner 
ditto 

shoemaker 
merchant 
ccxjper 
bricklayer 
tiilor 

shipwright 
ditto 
dyer 

sailmaker 
shipwright 
shoemaker 
tobacconist 
shipwright 
)K)tter 
gentleman 
pla'istcrer 
shipwright 
bookkeeper 
roper 

cabinet maker 
slater 
pilot 
upholck;r 
merchant 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
shipwright 



43 
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6 
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33 
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Fogg James, 
. Samuel, 

William, 

James, 

Folds William, 
— — — John, 

— • — John, jun. 
Ford John, 
Fonuby Robert, 

Henry, 

Henr),, 

Forrest John, 
——— Joseph, 
Forshaw Richard 

James, 

Joseph, 

Foster James, 

William, 

John, 

Robert, 

— Henry, 



Foulkes John, 
Fowler David, 

Joseph, 

Fox Robert, 

Act«n, 

Fnxcr.oft Thomas, 
Fiances Josepli, 
Francis Jacob, 

Robert, 

Frith John, 
Frodsham Edward, 

James, 

John, 

William, 

William, 

Galley Thomas, 
Gamon Charles, 

— John, 

Gardner Thomas, 

• Thomas, 

Matthew, 

Richard, 

Thomas, 

Garrett Daniel, 
Gaskell John, 
•: — William, 

■ — Richard, 

Hamer, 

7- Henry, 

Gawn Thomas, 
Gee John, 



15 

Ranelagh street, cooper 

Cable street, merchant 

IFavertree, butcher 

Pool lane, ditto 

Hurst street, carver 

9t. James's street, ditto 

Chester, d't'o 

Jordan street, mariner 

Jfalton, blacksmitli 

Brownlow hill, roper 

Thomas street, shipwright 

Lionel street, mason 

Bachelor street, marble mason 

Foutenoy street, blacksmith 

Eccles street, tallow chandler 

Temple street, merchant 

Cumberland street, cabinet maker 

Derby street, brazier 

Manchester, mariner 

Newingtoa bridge, timber merchant 

Hull, tobacconist 

Sparling street, sailmaker 

Manchester, tobacconist 

IVliision, potter 
Sir Thomas' buildIngs,pawnl)rol'-er 

Ormond street, plumber & glazier 

^!Gunt pleasant, merchant 
Gore it. Harrington, roper 



Harrington, 
Scotland raad, 
Carpenter's row. 
Water street, 
Kingsley, Cheshire, 
Sparling street, 
Cornwallis street, 
Kent street, 
Vauxhall road, 
Blackon, Cheshire, 
Liver street, 
Houghton street, 
Knight street, 
Whitechapel, 
Hurst street. 
Ditto, 

Simpson slreet, 
Brownbill's court, 
Blundell street, 
Bolton street, 
Commutation row. 
Hunter street, 
Frederick street, 
Ditto, 



ditto 

bricklayer 

shipwright 

cooper 

shoemaker 

shipwright 

ditto 

dilto 

boatbuilder 

ironmonger 

merchant 

ditto 

cooper 

cabinet maker 

blockma'ier 

ditto 

shipwright 

joiner 

shipwright 

ditto 

merchant 

grocer 

cooper 

mariner 



— « 


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I 



Gee James, 
Gerard John, 
— — Nehemiah, 
— — — James, 
. Thomas, 

. Jonathan, 

Thomas 

Gibbons Joseph, 
-^-^— Joseph, 

Daniel, 

Gibson William, 
William, 



16 

Mill place. 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 

St. Anne's street, 

Shaw's brow, 

Gladstone street. 



roper 

sailmaker 
joiner 
M. D. 
brushmaker 
soapboiler 



Lane-ends, Stqffbrdsh.cbXm manufactr. 
Mount pleasant, blockmaker 

St. James's street, 
Denison street, 
Preston street, 
Tarleton street. 



Gildart, Rev, James, Trinity place. 



James, 
John 



Giffin Thomas W. 
Gill .Joseph, 

— Henry, 
James, 

— Thomas, 

— John, 

— Thomas, 
Gilmore Thomas, 
Gladding William, 
Glease Thomas, 
Glover John, 
——— James, 

— — — I'homas, 

Joseph, 

Thomas, 

GofF Charles, 
GofFy John, 
— — William, 

Thomas, 

Gold James, 
Goulding William, 
Goulden John, 

John 

Golightly Richard, 

— — Thomas, 

Godwin Thomfls, 
——— Henry, 
Goodwin Samuel, 

— Edward 

Goore Robert, 

William, 

Gore John, 

— — James, 
— — James, 
Gornell Robert, 
Gorton John, 
'— Richard, 



Duke street, 
St. Anne's street. 
West Derby, 
Preeson's row. 
King street, 
John street, 
Chester, 
Preeson's row. 
Mount Vernon, 
Marybone, 
Pall Mall, 
Renshaw street, 
Bevington bush, 
Bevington street, 
Brooke's alley, 
Bridgewater street, 
Sawney Pope street, 
Blundell street. 
Kitchen street. 
Ditto, 

New Bird street. 
Cropper street, 
Manchester, 
Duncan street, 
Clarence sUeet, 
Ranelagh place. 
Ditto, 

Blake street. 
Fleet street, 
Redcross street, 
Shaw's alley. 
Sparling street, 
Renshaw street. 
Freemason's row, 
Ranelagh street. 
Heath street, 
Preston, 
Derby street, 
Bolton street. 



merchant 

cabinet maker 

tobacconist 

cooper 

clerk 

esquire 

esquire 

mariner 

butcher 

cabinet maker 

cooper 

merchant 

butcher 

ditto 

bricklayer 
marble mason 

gunmaker 

bookkeeper 

sailmaker 

shoemaker 

roper 

ship chandler 

ditto 

shipwright 

joiner 

blockmaker 

roper 

corkcutter 

corndealer 

merchant 

ditto 

esquire 

cooper 

ditto 

mariner 

shipwright 

cooper 

merchant 

roper 

carter 

enameller 

ironmonger 

cabinet maker 

rqpBr 



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T — 29 





— R 32 





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R 


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Gorton Richard, 

Thomas, 

James, 

Thomas, 

Gos'in George, 
Gough William, 
Goulbouni WillLim, 

George, 

Gray .lohn. 
Greaves Joseph, 
Green Thomas, 

John, jun. 

Thomas, 

William, 

Thomas, 

— Thomas, 



Gregg Robert, 
Gieenham Robert, 
Greenhough Thomas 
Greenwood John, 
Greetham .lames, 

Thomas, 

Gregson James, 

George, 

Griffith Thomas, 

Jonathan, 

■ Richard, 

Edward, 

Richard, 

Richard, 

Edvvard, 

■ Joseph, 

Giirasditch William, 
Grind.'ey James, 
Grocott Richard, 
Grundy John, 
Guile William, 
John, 

Guy Richard, 

Henry, 

Henry, 

Tliomas, 

■ Edward, 

William, 

Guile Thomas L. 
Gwyllym Richard, 
Gwyder J. Francis, 
Hadwcn Isaac, 
Haddock William, 
Hales John, 
Hall Williin-n, 

■ W. Heaton, 

» 



\'ernon street. 
Ditto, 

Tythcbarn street, 
Chester, 

Williams.on stn-et, 
EdmiHid street, 
Hightield street, 
Cleveland square. 
Upper Frederick street 
Mount pleas.int, 
Stanley street, 
Worlield street, 
Vernon street, 
Baptist street, 
Manchester, 
Bridport street, 
Watkirison street. 
Old Church yard. 
Carpenters' row, 
Steers's lane, 
Jordan street, 
Harrington, 

U aver tree, 
Westmorland street, 
Ansdell street, 
Gilbert street, 
Manchester, 
Pitt street, 
Haymarket, 
Frederick street, 

Chester, 

Frederick street. 

Mason street, 

Byrom street. 

Pleasant street, 

Mary none, 

Stanley .street, 

Fazakerley street, 

Peter street, 

Renshaw street, 

Manchester, 

Dale street, 

Bevington bu.sh. 

Edge hut. 

Dale street, 

Beivsey hall, 

Brown street, 

Scotland road, 

Vauxhall road, 

Darwin street. 

King street, 

Pitt street. 



brazier 


— T — 24 


cabinet maker 


— T R 24 


mariner 


— T R 5 


servant 


R 


'oookkeeper 


R 44 


pilot 


T — 4 


shipwright 


R 7 


butch.cr 


R 49 


, shipwright 


G — R 63 


merchant 


G T — 55 


roper 


u 36 


shoemaker 


G 7 


ditto 


G 24 


roper 


G 19 


staymaker 


G T 


joiner 


R 71 


shipwright 


R 08 


merchant 


G T — 28 


shipwright 


G T 64 


boatbuilder 


R 31 


shipchandler 


R 69 


merchant 


G R 


banker 


G 


marblemason. 


R 7 


blockmaker 


R 47 


gunmaker 


G R 62 


shoemaker 


R 


mariner 


R 62 


genlleman 


G — R 39 


mariner 


G 48 


shipwright 


G R 


blockmaker 


R • 48 


blacksmith 


R 65 


butcher 


G T — 21 


mariner 


— — R 54 


cooper 


G T 8 


shipwright 


R 36 


butcher 


R 5 


cabinet maker 


G 37 


coachmaker 


— R 42 


bricklayer 


T 


shoemaker 


R 23 


joii\er 


R 11 


shoemaker 


K 


tailor 


u 22 


esqiure 


G T 


bookkeeper 


G 6% 


silversmith' 


R 12 


potter 


R 8 


mariner 


G — R 47 


butcher 


— T — 32 


banker's ckrk 


R 62 



IS 



Hall Josiah, 
Haliday Samuel, 
Halsall James. 

■- Joseph, 

•■ John, 

William, 

Hale John, 
Halstead Robert, jun. 
Hambleton William, 
James, 



Hamilton James, 
Hamer Luke, 
— — Joseph, jun 

Henry, 

Hampson William, 

— James, 

Hand William, 
Hanly Richard, 
Hanmer Thomas, 
Hanmore Jeremiah, 
Hannah James, 
Hardey George N, 
Harding John, 
Hardman Richard, 

James, 

■ • Robert, 

— ■ Thomas, 

Hardvvick Robert, 
Hargreaves James, 

• Jamesjun 

; — Robert, 

Harper William, 
— — — George, 
— — — Thomas, 
■ John, 

Henry, 

William, 

Harrocks John, 

— — John, jun, 

Thomas, 

Harrison James, 

William, 

■ Thomas, 

John, 



— William, 

— Thomas, 

— William, 

— Daniel, 
-- Joseph, 

— William, 

— Samuel, 

— Peter, 



Peter's lane. 
Rose place. 
Pall mall, 
Leeds street. 
Poplar lane, 
Clarence street, 
Manchester, 
Peter street, 
St. Andrew street, 

Clayton street. 

Park lane, 

Leeds street. 

Dale street. 

Mount pleasant, 

Crosshall street. 

Ditto, 

Preston, 

Renshaw street, 

Crosbie street. 

Ditto, 

Bridge water street. 

Castle street. 

Bold street. 

Church street, 

Crosshall street. 

West Derby, 

Silkhouse lane, 

Billinge, 

Kirkdale, 
High street 

Hackin's Hey, 

Everton, 

Lowhill, 
Ditto, 

Manchester, 
Knight street, 
Thomas street, 
Plumbe street. 
Ditto, 

Jordan street, 
Harrington street, 
Highfield street, 
Crosbie street, 
Shawhill street, 
Johnson's court, 
Atherton street, 
Matthew street, 
Richmond street, 
Bath street, 
Plumbe street, 
Banastre street. 
Hurst street. 



hairdresser 


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Gov.of the Work, — — r 13 


bookkeeper 


R 6 


currier 


R 2 


blacksmith 


R 36 


painter 


G ■ T 54 


•itonemason 


X 


jomer 


G 37 


bricklayer 


R 54 


roper 


K 21 


shipwright 


G T 63 


dilto 


G T 2 


baker 


G R 22 


merchant 


G T 53 


painter 


G R 38 


nailor 


R 38 


painter 


T . 


banker 


G 58 


shipwright 


R 06 


cooper 


R 66 


shipwright 


R 6s 


merchant 


R 26 


ditto 


G T 52 


ditto 


G T — 44 


shipwright 


— T R 38 


sailmaker 


G T 


gunsmith 


G R 5 


cabinet maker 




hatter 


G T 


ditto 


G T 26 


ditlo 


— T R 25 


merchant 


G T . 


cabinet maker 


G T 


merchant 


G T • 


millwright 


R 


cooper 


— T — 57 


brazier 


— *— R 33 


cabinet maker 


o 6 


jojner 


G 6 


roper 


G T — 6g 


sailmaker 


G 34 


manner 


G -^ 7 


shipwright 


-. i ~ m 


butcher 


G T 38 


roper 


G 24 


baker 


G T — 32 


cooper 


— T — 34 


shoemaker 


G T 44 


boatbuilder 


G T 3 


ditto 


G T 6 


ironfounder 


B 9 


boatbuilder 


— T — 64 



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Harrison John, 
— — — Robert, 

John, 

— William, 



Harley William, 
Hartley James, 
Hawoith Thomas, 

Richard, jun, 

John H. 

■ Richard, 

Hawksworth W, 
Harvey Enoch, 

James, 

. — John, 

Samuel, 

William, 

Hasledine Wra. jun, 
Haswell Thomas, 

John, 

Hatton George, 

Benjamin, 

Thomas, 

Haycock John, 
Haydo»k Roger, 

Henry, 

— — .John, 

Hayes James, 

Thomas, 

James, 

Hazlehurst Mead. 

Samuel, 

Thomas, 

William, 

Head Henry, 
Heathcote T. H. 
Heaton Joseph, 

— ■ Thomas, 

Heely Thomas, 
Heskelh Charles, 

Charles, 

— — — Holland, 

Thomas, 

Heyes Thomas, 

—I James, 

Joseph, 

— — Joseph, 

Thomas, 

Heylan Dominick, 
Hey wood Nathaniel, 

Arthur, 

' ■ Andrew, 
~ BcD, Ar. 



19 

Ranelagh street, 
Watmough street. 
Pool lane. 
Cook street, 
Frederick street, 
Byrom street, 
Pitt street, 
. Ditto, 
Chapel street, 
Pitt street, 
Kendal, 
Cheapside, 
Ditto, 

Castle street, 
Cheapside, 
Haymarket, 
Blair street, 
St. Paul's square, 
Greenland street. 
Park lane. 
Castle street, 
Williamson's square, 
Basnett street. 
Lime street. 
Addition street, 
6haw's brow, 
Maguire street, 
St. Anne's street, 
Whitechapel, 
Frederick street, 
Sawney Pope street, 
Manchester, 
SalJ'ord, 
Norfolk street, 
Dake street, 
Manchester, 
Clarence street, 
Crosbie street. 
Fleet street. 
Paradise street. 
Ditto, 

St. James's street, 
Crosby, 
Old Dock, 
Lawton street, 
Vauxhall road, 
Parker street. 
North street, 
Everton, 

Brunswick street, 
Manchester, 
Ditto, 



roper 


a 


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bricklayer 


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— 


K 


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potter 


G 


T 





32 


cabinet maker 








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roper 


G 





— 


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barber 





' 


R 


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bookkeeper 


G 


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02 


tailor 


G 


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02 


pawnbroker 





T 


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cooper 


G 


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02 


shoemaker 








R 


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brewer 








R 


23 


cooper 


— 





R 


23 


halter 


• — 





R 


34 


soapboiler 








R 


23 


cabinet maker 








R 


39 


merchant 








R 


70 


shoemaker 


G 





R 


2 


ditto 


6 





K 


70 


boatbuilder 





T 





63 


hatter 








R 


26 


liquor merchant 


G 


T 




44 


merchant 


— 





R 


43 


ditto 


G 








41 


bricklayer 


— 





R 


8 


tallow chandler 


G 





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mathematical i. m 


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R 


10 


merchant 


G 


T 


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butcher 


G 


T 




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blockmaker 


• 


T 




48 


breeches maker 








R 


12 


whitesmith 








R 


— 


ditto 





T 




— 


cooper 





T 




08 


merchant 





T 




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calico printer 


G 


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cabinet maker 


O 


T 




54 


shipwright 


— 


— 


R 


66 


cooper 


G 


T 




51 


draper 


G 


X 




33 


ditto 


G 


T 




33 


merchant 


G 


T 




67 


farmer 


G 







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joiner 


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32 


roper 


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T 




42 


blockmaker 


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R 


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cooper 


G 


T 




43 


shipwright 








R 


23 


merchant 








R 


— 


banker 








R 


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calico printer 








B 


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banker 








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Hcywood Jolin P. 
Hickson Joseph, 

Jose pi 1, 

Higgius Edward, 

■ Charles, 

Higgmson John, 

William. 

Highfield John, 

Nathan, 

Tiiomas, 

— .iohn, 

H;c!-ham Willjam, 
Hi-ham John, 

Thomss, 

Highton James, 
William, 

Samuel, 

Hignett Thomas, 
^ Samuel, 

William, 

Hiiliaid Richard, 
Hillard John, 
Hill William, 
Hunler, 

' — Joseph, 

John, 

— — Samuel, 
-i^ — Henry, 

Joseph, 

Hindley Thomas, 
Hinde John, 
— — John 

'^ 1 homas, 

Hiuton Charles, 

-I Joiin, 

Hilton John, 
Hi. ■con John, 
Hoaksey Thomas, 
Hosy John, 
Hodgson David, 

George, 

Thomas, 

• Thomas, 

Holcrofi James, 

■ James, 

Holden Thomas, 
— — — TJionias, 

William, 

John. 



Holding John, 

Richard, 

Holland Thomas, 



mikefidd, 
Barter street. 
Park lane, 
Thomas street. 
Lime street. 
Barter street, 
Bachelor street, 
Norihwich, 
Prescot, 
Ditto, 

Slian's bro'.v, 
llerishaw slrcLt, 
Ulikslhind, 
Stanley street, 
Graftcn street, 
New Bird street. 
Ditto, 

Hill street, . 
Pall mall, 
Pitt street, 
Jfullasaj, 
Crosbiiall street, 
Tabley street, 
^'rosbie street. 
Fleet sli tet, 
Shelton, 
School lane, 
Cunlille street, 
Richmond row, 
Maguirc street, 
Nelson street, 
Jordan street, 
Euerlon, 
Mount Pleasant, 
Bridgewater street, 
Albion street. 
Sparling street. 
Hunter street. 
Cooper's row. 
Bold street, 
St James's street. 
Kitchen street. 
Park lane, 
Piumb street, 
Cornhill, 
Maguire ttreet, 
Richmond row, 
Toxteth Park, 
James street, 

Blundell street, ^„.„ 

Upper Frederick sJ_re£t,ditto 
Stanley street, " cooper 



barrist'erat law 

C(Joper 

roner 

boatbuilder 
■ shipwright 

pilot 

butcher 

saihnakcr 

watchmaker 

saddler 

caliinel maker 

cooper 

ditto 

ditto 

roper 

ditto 

ditto 

c'.binet maker 

slater S: plaisterer 

roper 

tallow chandler 

joiner 

cooper 

hairdresser 

cooper 

|)otter 

shipwright 

waggoner 

slater 

barber 

shipwright 

roper 

merchant 

painter 

shipwright 

tailor 

ro[)er 

slater 

cooper 

merchant 

shipwright 

boatbuilder 

pawnbroker 

brazier 

anchorsmitli 

mariner 

gunmaker 

ditto 

saddler 

gunmaker 



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Holland George, 

James, 

Hollinshead H. B. 

J . B,~ 

Holliwell John, 

James, 

Holmes John, 

■ Kdward, 

Kdward, 

James, 

Thomas, 

r- John, 

John, 

John, 

William, 

Hooton Richard, 

Thomas, 

Thomas, 

Hope Benjamin, 
Hopwood John, 
Hornby William, 

' Thonws, 

Thomas, 

'I'horaas, 

John, 

HugbB. 

Horrabin Thomas, 
Hoskison John, 
Hough William, 

Thom.as, 

James, 

Houghton Thomas, 
James, 



George, 

John, 

Robert, 

John, 

Thomas, 

Richard 

Howard Thomas, 

John, 

Henry, 

Henry jun 

John, 

Peter, 

W. jun. 



21 

FJ.llolt hill, 
Cornwallis street, 
Leeds street. 
Ditto, 

Copperas hill, 
Gascoyne street, 
'J'empest Hey, 
Chcapside, 
DiiU), 

Wood street, 
Robert's court, 
Pennington street, 
Duncan street, 
Soho street, 
Bachelor street, 
London, 
Plurahe street. 
Hill street. 
Dale street. 
Ditto, 

Cropper street, 
Vernnn street, 
Kirkdale, 
Gildart's garden, 
Springfield, 
Islingldii, 
Old Hall street, 
Crosbie street, 
Cheapside, 
Kitchen street. 
Sparling street, 
Smithfield street, 
Manchester, 
Castle street. 
Milk street, 
JVarcrtrce, 
Oldhall street. 
Mount Pleasant, 
Manchester, 
Kir]; J ah'. 
Barter street, 
IFaUon, 
Basnett street, 
. Barter street, 
Manchester, /#" 
Ranelagh street, 
Byrom street, 
Smithfield street, 






Huddleston Edward, 

Thomas, Barter street, 

Hudson James, Frederick street, 

Robert, Lawton street, 

Edward, Blundell street. 



blacksmith 


— T it 41 


merchant 


G R 60 


esquire 


G T 2 


merchant 


G T 2 


roper 


G — R 41 


bricklayer 


R 8 


ditto 


G 25 


plaisterer 


G — R 23 


joiner 


, R 23 


bricklayer 


G T — 52 


saiimaker 


G T 4 


roper 


G R 41 


mason 


R 40 


cooper 


G — R 15 


marnicr 


G 24 


merch.aut 


T 


manner 


T 6 


blacksmith 


G — R 41 


breeches maker 


R 22 


potter 


G T — 22 


roper 


— T — 42 


saiimaker 


— — R 24 


gunsmith 


G R 


watchmaker 


. R 11 


merchant 


R 17 


grocer 


— T — 40 


banker's clerk 


R 5 


cooper 


G T 66 


watch UKil mak 


jf G 23 


«hipwright 


— T —67 


roper 

watch tool mak 


R 66 


er G T — 7 


tailor 


B 


hatter 


G T — 29 


cooper 


G T — f 


mariner now iiaer. g — k — • 


roper 


G T 5 


bookkeeii«r 


T — 53 


dyer 


T — 


shipwright 


T B — 


ditto 


G 65 


merchant 


T • 


cabit(et maker 


— T R 43 


ditto 


R 65 


joiner 


— T 


shipwright 


6 T 42 


plumber 


R 21 


cabinet maker 


G 7 


cooper 


G T —65 


blockmaker 


G T — 48 


roper 


G T — 42 


manner 


G 67 



I 






Hudson John, 
Hughes Joseph, 

"- John, 

— Thomas, 

William, 

• Joseph, 

■ ■ iohn, 

Morris, 

David, 

Thomas, 

■ Lewis, 

William, 

Hull John, 
Hulton Hc-nry, 
Humphreys Thomas, 

' Wiliam, 

Hunt Joseph, 

John, 

Hunter Roger, 

Robert, 

■ Rowland, 

George, 

' Spmuel, 

— John, 

David, 

William, 

— .lames, 

John, 

■ — William, 

Huntington Edward 

John, 

William, 

Hurdas James, 
Hurry William, 
Huson Nathan, 
Hi itchfield William, 
Huxley Francis, 
Hyde John, 
lanson William, 

William jun. 

Inch William, 
Ingham Richard, 
laglefield William, 
Irlam William, 
Irvin David, 
Jackson Daniel, 

William, 

■ ''ohn, 

Richard, 

■ John, 

David, 

—■ ■ — JSamue!, 



ai 

Lawton street, 
Mersey streeti 
Portland place, 
Manchester, 
Harford lane. 
South Union street, 
Mersey street, 
Oldhall street, 
Wat kill son street, 
Dickinson street, 
D'ckslon street, 
BUindell street, 
Lawton street, 
Preslon, 

Williamson square, 
Gilbert street, 
Chesterfield street, 
IVoodland hall. 
Seel slrei!t, 
Harringion street, 
Shaw's brow. 
Park lane, 
Manchester, 
Dickinson street, 
Virginia street. 
Cable street. 
Park lane, 
©opperas hill, 
Daulby street. 
Mason street, 
Mersey street, 
Bixteth street, 
Lane Ends, Stafford, 
St. James's Walk, 
Shaw's brow. 
Upper Milk street, 
Bolton street, 
Thurlow street. 
Key street, 
, Ditto, 
Barton street, 
Pembroke place, 
( astle ditch, 
Highfield street, 
Bolton street, '•-V 
Ray street, 
Clarence street. 
Water street. 
Privilege row. 
Sparling street, 
Crosbie street. 
Key street^ 



saihnalter 
shipwright 
plaisterer 
smith 
shoemaker 
sailmaker 
bookkeeper 
mariner 
shipwright 
gunsmith 
roper 

blockmaker 
roper 
esquire 
hairdresser 
blockmaker 
basketraaker 
esquire 
sailmaker 
hatter 
mariner 
shipwright 
joiner 
cooper 
bookkeeper 
saddler 
blockmaker 
baker 
mariner 
cooper 
merchant 
blockmaker 
potter 
merchant 
potter 
joiner 
shipwright 
merchant 
.butcher 
ditto 

shipwright 
hairdresser 
butcher 



joiner 

roper 

hatter 

tailor 

brazier 

shipwright 

cooper 

ironmonger 

painter 



c 42 

G 47 

G — K ig 

G T 53 

R 6/ 

G T 47 

T 5 

T R 68 

G K 63 

H 7 

R 67 

G 42 

G T 

G T 44 

T 62 

G R 

G R 51 

T 34 

R 21 

K 63 

T 63 

G T 2 

G R 38 

G T 63 

T 41 

'It 40 

R 65 

G 47 

^ R 5 

G 71 

G T 21 

G T 7 

R 41 

B IS 

G T — 6 
.. R 6 

- T R 4 

G T 40 

G T — 33 

T 7 

R 41 

T 6 

R 54 

o T — 28 
— » — R 48 
G T — 66 
G T — 66 
G — R 6 



Jackson Ricliard, 

Josiah, 

. Joseph, 

William, 

James William, 
— — John, 

. Thomas, 

. John, 

Jee John Audley, 
Jenkins George, 
Jennings James, 
Jenyons Peter, 
Johnson Thomas, 
— — — George, 
^— — Samuel, 

Thomas, 

William, 

Robert, 

. John, 

John, 

James, 

. Thomas*, 

■ i John, 

John, 

. . Tliomasf, 

Henry, 

..— — Richard, 

■ Uriah, 

Houghton, 

John, 

. Joseph, 

Jolly Edward, 
Jones Amos, 

Richard, 

John, 

John, 

— — Thomas, 

William, 

' Thomas," 

Thomas, 

Robert, 

Hugh, 

H;;nrv, 

Piter' 

John, 

Isaac, 

Robert, 

Peter. 

■ John, 
— — Huffh, 



23 

Water street, 
St. James's street. 
Seel street, 
Preston street, 
Highfield street. 
Upper Pitt street, 
Plumbe street. 
Comwallis street. 
Beau street, 
Kent street, 
Spiial Fields, 
Fairhurst street, 
Seacomle, 
Seel street. 
Church street, 
Manchester, 
Chester, 
Peter's lane, 
Mersey street, 
Shaw's brow, 
Worlield street, 
Hanover street, 
Bolton, 

t avendish street, 
Hanover street, 
Derby street, 
Soho street. 
Ditto, 

Norfolk street, 
St. James's street, 
Derby street, 
Duncan street, 
Spilalfields, 
Old Church-yard, 
Shaw Hill street, 
Ray street. 
South Union street, 
Manchester, 
Wood street, 
Prussia street, 
Ranelagh street. 
Summer seat, 
Preston street. 
Silver street, 
Ryley's garden, 
Pitt street. 
Park lane. 
Sparling street. 
New Bird street, 
Plumbe street. 



G T 
G T 
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G T 

G T 

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merchant 

cooper 

esquire 

mariner 

shipwright 

bookkeeper 

cooper 

ditto 

merchant 

gunsmith 

mason 

cooper 

sailmaker 

ironmonger 

druggist 

joiner 

shipwright 

barber 

pawnbroker — — 

plaisterer g t 

watch case maker 

tobacconist 

ironmonger — — 

boatbuilder g t 

tobacconist g — 

slater & plaisterer g t 

bricklayer 

merchant 

joiner 

merchant 

slater 

accountant 

roper 

gentleman 

potter 

bricklayer 

roper 

corkcutter 

cabinet maker 

butcher 

hairdresser 

cabinet maker 

roper 

ditto 

cordivainer 

slater 

baker 

shipwright 

ditto 

pilot 



o T 
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G — 

G T 
G T 



G T 

Q T 

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G — 

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— 68 

— 59 
R 38 

— 7 

— 62 

— a 

R 60 

R 13 
R 61 

— 38 
R 23 

— 51 

— 44 

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R 47 

— 21 

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■ R — 

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■ R 6a 

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R 36 

- R 70 

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— 28 

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— 63 
R 63 
R 66 
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Polled 4th Nor. 



t Polled ;th Not. 



Jones Roberf, 
Thomas, 

■ John, 

■ ■ Wiliiam, 

■ John, 

■ Thomas, 

Hugh, 

John, 

Joseph M. 

Joyce John, 
Joynson Peter H. 
■ Arthur, 

Robert, 

Moses, 

■ Thomas, 

. — Robert, 

• Henry, 

Jump John, 

■ Richard, 

Kaye John, 

Robert, 

Peter, 

James, 

Keggin John, 
Kelly George, 
— - Edward, 
' Samuel, 

William, 

Kelsall John, 

Thomas, 

^elshaw Richard, 

William, 

Kemp William, 
Kendall Thomas G. 

• John, 

Kenny Edward, 
Kenyon Thomas, 

Robert, 

■ Richard, 

■ — Henry, 

— Robert, 

Clayton, 

Isaac, 

■ — Charles, 

■ — — • George, 
"— — - George, jun. 
• James, 

Kendi ick Robert, 

William, 

Kennedy William, 
Kerfoot Daniel, 
Kerrison Thomas, 



24 

Carpenter's row, 

Pitt street, 

Preston, 

Rose hill. 

Cooper's row, 

Manckesler, 

Great George's square,banker 

Ranelagh street, cooper 

Norfolk street, bookkeeper 

Lawton street, roper 

Great Crosshall street, merchant 



shipwright 

ditto 

bricklayer 

butcher 

mariner 

brassfounder 



— 64 

R 62 



Redcross street, 
Carpenter's row, 
Pembroke Place, 
Garston, 
Ditto, 

Ranelagh street, 
Johnson street, 
Fazakerley street, 
IVbrr'mgton, 
Mansfield street, 
IVarringlon, 
Sparling street. 
South Union street, 
Renshaw street, 
Mersey street, 
Renshaw street. 
New Bird street, 

Piirhgate, 

Thomas street, 

Benn's gardens, 

Richmond row. 

Queen street. 

Seel street, 

Pownall square, , 

Water street, 

Rathbone street, 

Pitt street, 

Manchester, 

Byrom street. 

Cropper street. 

Ditto, 

Manchester, 

Union street. 

Pall mall, 

Blackltirn, 

Ben a street. 

Copperas hill. 
Union .street, 
Earle street, 
Crobbie street, 

Chester, 



shipwright 

cooper 

mariner 

butcher 

ditto 

shipwright 

roper 

tallow chandler 

glassmaker 

carpenter 

cabinetmaker 

pilot 

shipwright 

roper 

shipwright • 

roper 

shipwright 
blockmaker 

shipwright 

roper 

watch spring mak 

blacksmith 

merchant 

cabinet maker 

pilot 

blockmaker 

cooper 

clockmaker 

silversmith 

roper 

watchmaker 

cooper 

pipemaker 

turner 

woollen draper 

merchant 

pilot 

ditto 

cooper 

cabinet maker 

copper 



T 
T 



14 
33 



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G 
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G 
G 
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G — 

G — 

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G T 

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R 68 

— 42 

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— 40 



R 42 

— 23 

— 5 



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Kershaw Joseph, 

Thomas, 

Kettle Ralph, 
Key Thomas, 
Kidd Thomas, 
King John Cook, 
Kirby James, 
Kirkham James, 

William, 

Thomas, 

..I — Cuthbert, 
Kirkman Thomas, 
Kirkby Thomas, 
Kirmode Carbineer, 
Kirwen John, 
Kissick William, 
Kitchen William, 
Knapper Ephraim, 
Knowles Thomas, 

Sitephen, 

William, 

Ralph, 

John, 

John, 

John, 

William, 

Lace Charles, 

Stanley, 

Joshua, 

WiUiam, 

Lafone Samuel, 
Laithwaite George, 

Thomas, 

Lake William Chas, 

WiUiam, 

Lambeth William, 
Langley Thomas L. 

Joseph, 

Large Thomas, 
Lassels Thurston, 

James, 

Latham Thomas, 
Lawrence Richard, 
Lawson Edward, 

• Timothy, 

Lea Thomas, 

— James, 

— Thomas, 

— James, 
Leather Peter, 
• Richard, 

e 



25 

Wood street. 
Brick street, 
Manchester, 
Warrington, 
Seel street, 
Shaw's alley. 
Lime-kiln lane, 
Rainford's garden, 
Wood street, 
Watkinson street. 
Seel street, 
Crosshall street, 
Hackin's hey, 
TrafFord's lane. 
Barter street, 
Green's court, 
Vernon street, 
Clarence street, 
Vernon street, 
Pitt street, 
Crosbie street, 
Jordan street, 
Lydiate, 
Preston street. 
Cable street, 
Cumberland street. 
Park lane, 
Wakefield street, 
Camden street. 
King street, Soho, 
Duke street, 
Lawton street. 
Ditto, 
Rose place. 
Ditto, 

St. Andrew street. 
Grub street. 
Key street, 
Brownlow hill. 
Princes street. 
Ditto, 

Watkinson street, 
Northwich, 
Crosbie street, 
Lancaster, 
Virgil street. 
Hill street, 
Peter street, 
Gerard street, 
Park lane. 
Edge hill, 



cooper 

blockmaker 

hairdresser 

whitesmith 

cooper 

ditto 

bookbinder 

joiner 

potter 

shipwright 

sailmaker 

shoemaker 

blacksmith 

roper 

shipwright 

ditto 

tinman 

bookkeeper 

bricklayer 

sailmaker 

ditto 

ditto 

shipwright 

roper 

smith 

joiner 

yeoman 

brazier 

gentleman 

mariner 

merchant 

roper 

ditto 

merchant 

ditto 

roper 

baker 

butcher 

slater 

joiner 

staymaker 

sawyer 

bookkeeper 

cooper 

ditto 

painter 

mariner 

cooper 

ditto 

blockmaker 

shipwright 



c 

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G 
G 
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64 
11 

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52 
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51 
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25 
32 
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68 
24 
54 
24 
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66 
69 

■ 38 
33 
37 
63 

40 

17 

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■ 42 

■ 42 
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13 
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19 
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■ 54 
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35 
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96 



Leathpr John, 


George's street, 


currier 


G 


T 


^ 


- 5 


r .1 


Freemason's row. 


ditto 


_ 




■ R 






9 


Francis B. 


Queen's court. 


shoemaker 


■ 




■ R 


25 


Leatlierbarrow Henry, Crosshall street. 


printer 


._ 


• T 




- 38 


Chas 


. Ormshrk, 


watchmaker 


G 




. _ 




Leatham 7'homas, 


Hanover street. 


merchant 






R 


54 


Leathwaite Stephen 


, Lime street. 


roper 


G 


T 





- 41 


Leay William, 


Hanover street. 


merchant 


G 




, _ 


- 45 


Ledward Edward, 


Water street. 


hatter 


G 


T 


_ 


- V 


. Charles, 


Ditto, 


ditto 


G 


T 


^_ 


- V 


Lee Robert, 


Barter street. 


bricklayer 


— 


T 





■ 65 


Samuel, 


If^st Kirly, Cheshire, cor.per 


G 




. 


. _ 


Leece George, 


Aintree, 


shipwright 


— 




R 





John, 


Ditto, 


bookkeeper 


— 




R 


— 


■ John, 


School lane. 


ditto 







n 


45 


Leech Bezaliel, 


James's street. 


tobacconist 







R 


30 


John, 


Greet ham street. 


tailor 


G 


T 




- 63 


Leicester Peter, 


Rodney street. 


merchant 


G 


T 





- 56 


Leigh William, 


Fleet street. 


cooper 







R 


51 


Lewin William, 


Hope street. 


banker's clerk 







R 


55 


Lewis Richard, 


Ben Johnson street. 


whitesmith 





T 


__ 




— — David, 


Benn's gardens. 


shipwright 





__ 


R 


31 


Thomas, 


Leeds street. 


bricklayer 


— 





R 


2 


William, 


Preston street. 


baker 


_» 


T 


^ 


38 


George, 


Daulby street. 


merchant 


G 





R 


40 


Ley land Thomas, 


Walton hall. 


esquire 


G 


__ 


R 




Lidiate James, 


Westmoreland street 


, cordwainer 





__ 


R 


7 


Lightbody John, jun 


. Birchjield, 


merchant 


__ 


__ 


H 


J6 


Lightbnrn ChristopherBrownlow hill. 


sawyer 


G 


T 




54 


Lightfoot Thomas, 


C hisenhale street. 


sailmaker 


G 


_ 


^__ 


8 


! William, 


Park lane. 


ditto 


G 


T 


^_ 


63 


— ^— ^-^-- William 


IVirrall, 


joiner 


— 




R 








Ligoe John, 


King street. 


ditto 


G 








32< 


Linegar Richard, 


Bath stre»^t. 


shipwright 


..« 





R 


3 


Litherland William, 


Elliott hill. 


upholder 


.»_ 


. 


B 


41 


Littledale Isaac, 


Bold street. 


merchant 


G 


T 




52 


Littlemore Booth, 


Brick street. 


roper 


G 




__ 


69 


Livesley Edmund, 


Prescot lane. 


merchant 


__ 


T 


_ 




Lloyd Richard, 


Highlield street. 


shipwrighj' 
painter 


G 




R 


7 


John, 


Edmund street, 


G 


T 





4 


' John, 


Fleet street. 


brewer 


G 


T 


,__ 


51 


— — — Francis, 


Park lane. 


shipwright 


— 


T 


R 


63 


Lomax James, 


Bold street. 


bookkeeper 


— 


_— 


R 


52 


■ Nathan, 


Manchester, 


tailor 


„ 


^_ 


R 




T'l 


Roscoe street. 


slater 


G 


T 








57 


Longworth John, 


Gilbert street. 


blockinaker 


. 




S 


02 


Lord Joshua, 


Brook's alley. 


roper 


G 


^^ 




45 


.tames. 


Grub street. 


bricklayer 


, 


_^ 


R 


^9 


Longtoi) Thomas, 


Scarisbrick, 


cooper 


G 


T 






Lowe Andrew, 


Bolton street. 


ditto 


O 




_^^ 


41 


Edward, 


Slater street. 


cabinet maker 


G 


T 


^.a 


59 




Ben .lohnson street, 


ditto 






R 



Lowe William, 
■ Edward, 

Edward, 

— — Thomas, 

Hugh, 

Lowndes Charles, 

Thomas, 

Lund George P. 
Lunt Hugh, 

— — Thomas, 

- Thomas, 

James, sen. 

• Thomas, 
— — James, 

. Joshua, 

Joseph B. 

Thomas, 

Lyon William, 

- Robert, 

William, 

George, 

Edmund jun. 

— — Joseph, 

George, 

Lee, 

■ John, 

John, 

George, 

Thomas, 

Timothy, 

Edmund, 

George P. 

Mackee John, 
Maddock Rev. T. 
Maddocks Thomas, 
Magill Ralph, 
Makin Thomas, 
Malborn Charles, 
JNlally Thomas, 

George, jun. 

John, 

Thomas, jun 

. George, 

Manifold James, 

. Peter, 

Manning John, 
Mainw?ring Aa. 
Marshall Anthony, 
Martin Thomas, 

William, 

' ■ Joseph, 

• James, 



27 

Tythebarn street. 
Knight street, 
Ryley's garden, 
Drury lane, 
IFest Derlty, 
Water street, 
Springtield, 
Fairhurst street. 
Key street. 
Mason street, 
Leigh street. 
Circus street, 
Renshaw street. 
Peer's court, 
Cheapside, 
Edmund street, 
Preston, 
Garden street. 
King street. 
Lumber street, 
Richmond row. 
Mill Inne, 
Prenton, 
Richmond row, 
St. Ann's, 
Edmund street, 
Mary bone, 
Ditto, 

Hunter street. 
Key street. 



cabinet maker 

watchmaker 

cabinet maker 

gentleman 

shipwright 

gentleman 

merchant 

joiner 

chandler 

cooper 

ditto 

mason 

bricklayer 

mason 

bricklayer 

tallow chandler 

joiner 

shipwright 

ditto 

plumber 

potter 

painter 

gentleman 

tobacconist 

mariner 

saddler 

carver 

'oookkeeper 

ccachmaker 

pipemaker 

esquire 



Williamson's square, upholder 



James's street, 
Chester, 
^'^■rnon street, 
Shaw's brow, 
Lancaster, 
Love lane, 
Lawlon street. 
Liver street, 
Prescot, 
Runcorn, 
Liver street, 
James's street. 
Ditto, 



roper 

clerk 

cabinet maker 

ditto 

corkcutter 

basketmaker 

cooper 

shipwright 

roper 

ditto 

shipwright 

grocer 

ditto 



George'sDock passage,pilot 

Concert street, sailmaker 

Peter's lane, 

Smithfield street, 

Vauxhail road. 

Lumber street, 

Plumbe street. 



painter 

hatter 

shipwright 

hatter 

pilot 



o T — 

- — R 
G — R 

G T 

G — R 

— T T 

G 

R 

G R 

T R 

R 

G T 

R 

G T — 

G T — 

T — 

G R 

- T R 

G T — 

T ■ — 

B 

T — 

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G T — 

G T — 

G T — 
R 

T — 

G 

R 

G 

G R 

R 

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G R 

T — 

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S 

57 
25 
28 

27 
17 
23 
6 
65 
44 

19 

42 

19 

23 

4 

65 

32 

4 

18 

20 

18 

14 

4 

8 

■ 8 

21 

6 

44 
30 

24 
21 

33 

• 42 

48 



48 
30 
30 
30 
52 
45 

7 

8 
4 
6 



,jnn 



Martin Thomas, juH 
Marlindalc John, 
Markland Edward, 
Marsh Joseph, 
— — — Thomas, 

Isaac, 

• Peter, 

William, 

Aaron, 

James, 

John, 

Mason William 
— — — Joseph, 

Thon)as, 

William, 

Massey Matthew, 
■ George, 

James, 

Mather Nathan, 

John, 

Mathews Charles, 

William 

Matthews Samuel, 
Mawdesley Peter, 

Rouert, 

————— Pioberl, 
May James, 
Maybrick William, 
May cock Robert, 
M'Bride Arthur, 
M'Cartney Charles, 
M'Connell John, 
M'Cully Thomas, 
M'i>on'ald Joseph, 

— John 

— James, 

M'Dougall William, 
M'Goftee James, 
M'Gowan John, 
John, 



- — " Robert, 

■ Basil 

— William, 

■ Thomas, 

M'Guiie Hugh, 
M'Kay John, 
M'K.ee Robert, 

William, 

James, 

M'Kitterick Henry, 
M'Knight John, 
IVI'Knabb John, 



28 

, Eccles street, 
Peler's lane, 
Jordan street. 
Park lane, 
Sawney Pope street. 
King street, 
Byrom slreut, 
Sawikv Pope street 
Vernon street, 
PUimbe street, 
Maiichi'stcr, 
. Denison street, 
IVi/hislon, C/icshire, 
St: and street, 
Orniond street, 
Davies street. 
Knight street. 
Orange street, 
Thomas street. 
Mile end, 
Eucrton, 
Rose place, 
Duke street, 
Leeces street. 
Lime street, 
Comus street, 
Breck street. 
Sir Thomas' buildings 
Cable street, 
St. Andrew street. 
Copperas hill. 
Brick street, 
St. Helen's, 
Cheapside, 
Mason street. 
Old dock, 
Bath street. 
Kitchen street, 
Darwin street. 
Cable street. 
Ditto, 
Ditto, 

Crosbie street, 
Whitechapel, 
Chester, 

Fazakerley street. 
Upper Newington, 
Ben .lohnson street. 
Hood street. 
Church street, 
Sta!:Iey street, 
Jordan street. 



broker 


o 


— R 10 


shipwright 


— 


— R 45 


bcatbuilder 


G 


T — 6g 


brazier 





R 63 


plaisterer 





K 12 


cabinet maker 


G 


32 


ditto 


G 


R 21 


plaisterer 





— R 12 


brushmaker 





T — 24 


pilot 


G 


6 


hairdresser 





T 


tobacconist 


G 


1 


blockmaker 





■ — R 


pipetjiaker 





R 31 


pilot 


t; 


T — 4 


cabinet maker 


— 


— R 36 


cooper 


— 


— R 57 


boatouilder 


G 


T — 24 


hatter 





— R 33 


cooper 


G 


T 11 


ditto 





X 


ditto 





K 13 


merchant 


G 


T — 6o 


joiner 


G 


T - — 58 


baker 


G 


T — 41 


blacksmith 





— R 13 


cabinet maker 





— R 69 


, watch tool maker 


G 


T — 37 


butcher 


G 


T — 33 


roper 





T — 54 


rigger 


G 


41 


shipwright 


G 


T — 69 


glassmaker 


G 




clock maker 


G 


— R 23 


shipwright 





— R 65 


mercer 





— fi 32 


shipwright 


G 


— R 3 


ditto 





— H 67 


ditto 


a 


47 


ditto 


— 


— R 33 


hosier 





— R 33 


bookkeeper 


— 


— R 33 


shipwright 


G 


66 


surgeon 





— R 38 


plumber & glaziei 


G 


— 


manner 


G 


5 


slater 


e 


T — 53 


shipwright 


G 


" — R 


plaisterer 


G 


T — 38 


mariner 





— R 44 


sailiBaker 





— R 36 


smith 





T — 69 



i 



M'Neal Daniel, 
Meadows William, 

Thomas, 

Henry, 

Meats John, 

William, 

Melling Robert, 

Edward, 

Mercer Henrj-. 

William, 

James, 

Thomas, 

George, 

Thomas, 

John, 

Thomas, 

John, 

Metcalf John, 

Townley, 

Middleton John, 
Miles Edward, 

Birch, 

Miller Robert, 

John, 

• Thomas, 

Millett John, 
Milligan William, 

Jaines, 

Moffitt Peter, 

John, 

. Thoinas, 

William, 

Matthew, 

George, 

Molyneux John, 

John H. 

■ John, 

J ames, 

Joshua, 

Joshua, 

James, 

— Richard, 

John, 

. ;ohn, 

Edmund, 

James, 

Henry, 

■ William, 



i 



Mooney James, 

Peter, 

Moorcross James, 
Moore Henry G, 



99- 

Frederick street. 
Meadow street, 
Hackin's hey, 
Waikinson street. 
Upper Milk street. 
Ditto, 

Wood street. 
Sparling street, 
Mary Ana street, 
Burslem, 
Moorfields, 
St. Helens, 
Tarleton street. 
Park lane, 
Ditto, 

Toxteth Park, 
Haymarket, 
Peter street, 
James's street, 
Huyton, 
Chapel yard, 
Lancelot's hey. 
Orange street, 
George's street, 

Bridport street, 

C;.r|)eiiters' row, 

Lydia Ann street, 

Pownall square, 

Bixteth street, 

Duncan street, 

Norfolk street, 

Sir Thomas' Building 

Upper Milk street, 

Sch(Jol lane, 

Shaw's brow, 

LTpper Wilk street, 

Hightield street, 

Gascoyne street, 

Preston street, 

RahiJ'ord, 

Manchester, 

Ditto, 

Sparling street. 

Grub street, 

Duke street, 

Earle street, 

St. James' Place, 

St. Ann street, 

Ca'-pt-niers' row, 

Milton street, 

Westmorland street, 

St. Ann street. 



shipwright 


— 





R 43 


.sailor 


G 


"— ' 


— 14 


brushmaker 


G 





R 25 


shipwright 





T 


R 08 
— 7 


cabinet maker 


G 


T 


tailor 


G 


T 


— 7 


gunsmith 


G 





R 52 

R 66 


merchant 








bookkeeper 


G 


T 


— 63 


china manufactr. 








R 


carpenter 


G 


T 


— 25 


shipwright 








R 


victualler 


— 


T 


— 44 
R 63 
R 63 


joiner 


G 





sawyer 


G 





surgeon 








R 


cooper 








K 39 


watchmaker 





T 


— 37 


ditto 





T 


— 3a 


enameller 


— 





H 


cabinet maker 


G 


T 


— 4 


gentleman 


G 


T 


— 3 


tallow chandler 








R 24 


pilot 





T 


— 5 


mariner 





T 


— 71 


shipwright 








K G4 


roper 








K 61 


bricklayer 








R 7 


boatbuilder 


G 





— '5 


mason 








R 40 


ditto 


G 





— 68 


s,i'ei.tleman 


G 


T 


— 37 


mason 


G 


— 


K 7 


ditto 


G 


T 


— 45 


roper 








R 21 


shoemaker 


G 


T 


— 7 


stationer 


G 


T 


— 7 


brazier 





T 


— 8 


roper 


G 


— 


B 38 


shoemaker 








R 


smith 





T. 


— • 


painter 








R 

— 66 


roper 


'~~ 


T 


sailmaker 


"^ 


""~ 


R 19 


ironmonger 


G 


T 


— 50 


cooper 


G 


"" 


R 4 


roper 


^— 


"— 


K — ^ 


sailmaker 





T 


R 17 


blockmaker 


G 


— 


R 64 


boatbuilder 


G 


— 


. — J2 


brickl.-'.yer 


G 


T 


- 7 


merchant 


— 


T 


-'7 



I t) 



Moore Richard, 

;;■ William, 

Morgan Joseph, 
MorJey Edward, 
Morris Thomas, 
- — Thomas, 

■ Thomas, 

■ ' John, 
— ^— Robert, 
Morrison Thomas, 
Moss James, ..u.u.y ^aie, 
Moul on Houlbtook, North street. 
Murphy James, Duke street, 
Murray Roger C. Chape) lane, 

— Bartholemew Portland place. 



3d 

Bridgewater street. 
Knight street. 
Hurst street. 
North shore. 
Grub street, 
Bridgewater street, 
Manchester, 
Queen street, 
Rodney street, 
Norfolk street, 
Stanley Gale, 



Murrow James, Browniow'hill' 

; Joseph, St. Paul's square 

Brownlow hill. 
Ditto, 

■Knight street, 
Salthouse lane. 
Milk street, 
Tristram court, 
Ray street. 
Dale street. 
North shore, 
Denison street. 
Chapel street, 
Cheapside, 
Jf^arrington , 
VV illiam, jun. Duke street, mere 

— Ihomas, jun. Great George's streel,ditto 



Myers Edward, 

William, 

Nangreavp Edward, 
Neale William, 
Nelson Jolni, 

■ Samuel, 

— William, 

Nevett Edward, 

~~— Joseph, 

Samuel, 

William, 

Naylor John, 
■ Henry, 



shipwright 
blockmaker 
baker 
boatbuilder 
joiner 
shipwright 
cooper 
boatbuilder 
merchant 
joiner 
gentleman 
shoemaker 
niariner 
cooper 
roper 
gentleman 
shipwright 
cabinet maker 
ditto 

sailmaker 
blockmakei' 
joiner 

cabinet maker 
smith 
printer 
porter dealer 
printer 
broker 
blacksmith 
filecutter 
rnerchant 



■ Thomas, 
- — - — Robert, 

*" ■ Thomas, 

- - James, 

'■ Charles, 

' — John, 

Needham Samuel, 
Neven Thomas, 
Neverson Bradley, 
Nevltt Thomas, 
Newall Andrew, 

'' Nathaniel, 

~ — ■ Thomas, 

-; ■ John, 

Newby John, 

Newhouse William, 
Newton James, 
Nicholls William, 

\ " — ■ John, 

l^icholson Joseph, 



Moorfields, 
Preston street, 
Duke street. 
Ditto, 
Ray street. 



tailor 

roper 

esquire 

merchant 

watchmaker 



Harford Hill, Cheshircmfirchant 
Bridgewater street, shipwright 
Stanhope street, 



Jordan street. 
Union street, 
Salthouse dock, 
Cheapside, 
Crosshall street. 
Lumber street, 
Frederick street, 
Cumberland street. 
Cropper street. 
Dale street, 
Chester, 
Silver street, 



mariner 

ditto 

gunsmith 

shipwright 

cabinet maker 

cooper 

mason 

shipwright 

labourer 

roper 

potter 

draper 

hatter 



— 


- — 


- n 


m 


G 


T 


- 


- 57 


— 


- T 


- 


- 64 


— 


- T 


- 


- 1 


G 


T 


- 


- JP 


— 




- R 


68 


— 




- K 


— 


G 


T 


- 


- 4 


G 


T 


- 


- 55 


— 




R 


68 


— 




S 


_ 


— 


T 


— 


- 23- 


G 


T 


— 


- 50 


G 




• — 


- 53 


G 


T 


— 


- 19 


— 




R 


54 







R 


3 







R 


53 







R 


53 








R 


57 


G 




— 


-47 


G 


T 


— 


- 7 








R 


33 








R 


6 


— 





R 


26 


■ — 





R 


I 








K 


1 








R 


27 








fi 


23 








R 





G 





— 


60 


G 


T 





n 


— 


T 





25 


G 





R 


3a 


G 


T 





60 


G 


T 


■ — 


60 


G 


T 





0' 


G 


T 








G 





R 


68 


— 


T 


— 


—w 





— 


R 


Q9 


G 


T 


'— 


3 


G 


— 





47 


G 


T 





23 








R 


38 


G 








4 


G 





R 


48 


— 





R 


37 


— 


— 


R 


42 





r 


— 


22 


— . 


— 


i 


— 


— . 


— R 


41 






Nicholson Matt. jun. 

- — — Thomas, 

— Matthew, 

Nickson Joseph, 

' Thomas, 

Noble Thomas, 
•— — John, 
Norris Edward, 

Robert, 

— —- Hicbard, 

Robert, 

John, 

Philip, 

North John, 

• Thomas, 

Oates Thomas J. 

Richard, 

Oddie Robert, 
Okill William, 
— — John, 

James, 

Oldham James, 

John, 

O'Neal Michael, 
Ormandy William, 
Orme John, 
Joshua P. 

Samuel, 

Otty James, 
Owen John, 

John, 

Robert, 

■ Charles, 

Padmore Robert, 

Robert, 

Johu H. 

Page William, 

James, 

Richard, 

Luke, 

— — John, 

Thomas, 

J ames, 

James, 

Palmer Thomas, 
Park Henry, 
Parker Edmund, 
— — — Henry, 
— — Edmund, 

William, 

Parke Tnomas, 
- — — Thomas J, 



31 

Manchester, 
Gateacre, 
Richmond row, 
Redcross street, 
Jordan street. 
Upper Milk street. 
Mount pleasant, 
Gibraltar row. 
New Bird street, 
<^ircus street, 
Vauxhall road. 
Ditto, 

Pembroke place, 
Brownlow street, 
Connistone, 
Rigby street, 
Grayson street. 
Hunter street, 
Gibraltar row. 
Berry street, 
Leigh, 

Vernon street, 
Tythebarn street. 
Hurst street. 
Back Gerard street, 
Clarence street. 
Ditto, 



grocer 

merchant 

gentleman 

cooper 

shipwright 

ditto 

grocer 

shipwright 

ditto 

cooper 

joiner 

millwright 

ironmonger 

gentleman 

merchant 

boatbuilder 

shipwright 

bookkeeper 

hoopmaker 

sugarbaker 

merchant 

joiner 

potter 

shipwright 

tanner 

merchant 

ditto 



Great Charlotte street,bookkeeper 



Hackin's bey. 
Knight street, 
Paradise street, 
Hunter street, 
James' street, 
Roberts street, 
Bolton, 
Tyrer street, 
Roscoc street, 
Highiield street, 
Spitallields, 
Shawhill street. 
Plumb street. 
Hale street. 
Elect street. 
Sparling street. 
Pool lane. 
Bold street, 
Harrington, 
Circus street, 
Edmund street. 
Hill street, 
Highjield^ 

DtitH, 



— K 

R 

R 
R 
R 
R 
R 

T — 69 

— R 19 



R 


18 


■- R 


31 


R 


69 


— ^ R 


7 


R 


5» 


T — 


1 



G 
G 
G 



G 
G 



painter 

cooper 

merchant 

cordivainer 

hatter 

saihnaker 

tinman 

shoemaker 

shipwright 

pilot 

joiner 

turner 

potter 

shipwright 

cooper 

shipwright 

butcher 

surgeon 

shipwright 

cooper 

cornfactor 

watch spring mak 

esquire 

merchant 



R 


8 


R 


8 


R 


40 


— R 


54 


R 


— . 


— 


2 


K 


64 


T 


21 


T 


1 


T 


59 


R 


— 


R 


24 


R 


r. 


R 


64 


— R 


19 



— R 54 

— R 54 

T — 39 

— R 25 
57 

— R 46 
T R 21 

— R 30 

— R 21 

T — 43 
57 

— R 7 

— K 38 

— R 38 
6 

— R 24 
T — 51 

— « 66 
T — 32, 
T — 52 

— R 19 

— K 4 
41 



32 



33 



Parkrnson William, 


Pitt street. 


mariner 


G 


— — 


- 62 


■ John, 


Hurst street. 


sailmaker 


G 


R 


64 


William, 


Peter street, 


cooper 


._ 


T — 


- 37 




Vauxhall roafl 


mariner 




T — 
R 


- 8 


■ John, 


Edge hill. 


1 -111 1 & 1 * * v>t 

hatter 


__ 




Timothy, 


Leather lane. 


roper 


G 


T — 


- 25 


— — . Joseph, 


New Bird street. 


shipwright 


G 


T — 


- 6.9 


— — Thomas, 


Crosbie street. 


smith 


G 





- ee 


Parr Edward, 


Frederick street. 


shipwright 





K 


48 


" John, 


Parkgate, 


bricklayer 


G 





- — 


John, 


Trueman street. 


roper 


G 


T — 


- 22 


• Thomas, 


Great George's street, merchant 


G 


T — 


■ 72 


William, 


Upper Pitt street. 


ditto 


G 


K 


62 


James, 


Argyle street. 


ditto 


G 


R 


49 


Parron 'ames. 


Ryhey's Garden, 


butcher 





T 


25 


Parry Hugh, 


Hurst street. 


shipwright 


e 





64 


Samuel, 


Manchester, 


cabinet maker 


— 


R 


— 


George, 


Concert street. 


cooper 


— 


T — 


52 


George, 


Johnson's court. 


ditto 


— 


R 


24 


Miles, 


Eumber street. 


pilot 


G 


T — 


4 


— — Joseph, 


Norfolk street. 


shipwright 





R 


68 


William, 


Bixteth street, 
Rainsford's garden. 


ditto 
nailor 


G 


T — 
R 


5 


Thomas, 


34 


William, 


Crosshall street. 


brazier 





R 


38 


— — Henry, 


Rodney street. 


merchant 


R 





55 


Thomas, 


Williamson street. 


shipwright 


G 


T 


44 


Joseph, 


Manchester, 
Richmond row. 


painter 
brazier 





R 


— 


Parson John, 


R 


18 


Part John, 


Duke's place. 


bookkeeper 





R 


65 


Parsonage William, 


Park lane, 
JFigan, 


cooper 
roper 


G 


R 

R 


63 


Pate William, 


— 


Patten Joseph, 


Haymarket, 


blockmaker 


6 


R 


39 


— — - Edward, 


Ditto, 


potter 





R 


39 


Paull John, 


Stanley street. 


cabinet maker 


G 


R 


36 


Payne John, 


Pall Mall, 


brewer 


G 


R 


6 


James, 


Blundell street. 


plumber 


G 





6/ 


John, 


Ditto, 


ditto 


G 


__ 


67 


John, jun. 


Ditto, 


ditto 


G 





67 


Pearce Thomas, 


Old Church yard. 


boalbuilder 


, 


R 


28 


Pearson Edward, 


Everton, 


merchant 





— a 


... 


■ James, 


Ormond street, 


shipwright 


G 


R 


4 


r>_l„i. 


Sparling street. 


anchorsrailh 


G 


R 


66 




— Thomas, 


Ditto, 


ditto 


G 


». 


66 


• James, 


Sraithfield street. 


brassfounder 





R 


7 


John, 


Westmorland street. 


ditto 





R 


7 


— — — John, 


Shaw's brow, 


roper 





— B 


21 


Peck Samuel, 


Christian street. 


merchant 


G 


T 


19 


Peers John, 


Wbitechapel, 


saddler 





R 


38 


Pemberton Peter, 


Manchester, 


cooper 





R 


— 


Edward, 


Warrington , 


merchant 





R 


— 


— — — — Charles, 


New Bird street. 


cabinet maker 





— R 


69 


William, 


Davis's street. 


nailor 


G 


T — 


3Q 



Pendleton George, 
Pennington Henry, 
■ William, 
— Janies, 

John, 

Lawrence, 

_- Thomas, 
. John, 



blacksmith 

gentleman 

plaisterer 

china manufact. 

joiner 

painter 

watch case maker 



- Seth, 
. John, 



Penkethman G. 
Penkett Henry, 

, Thomas, 

John, 

Pennant John, 
Percy John, 
Perry Charles, 
Peters William, 
Phantom Robert, 
Philips John B. 

John, 

Phythian Richard, 
Pickering Robert, 
Pickton William, 
Pickup Thomas, 
Pierpoint Edward, 

Edward, 

George, 

Pike Robert, 
Pilkington John, 
Place Elisha, 

Thomas, 

Piatt John, 
■ John, 

Thomas, 

Plumpton John, 

Jonathan, 

Pole Charles, 
Pool James, 

Thomas, 

Joseph, jun. 

Michael, 

Pooley Henry, 
— — Edmund 
Porter Thomas, 
Poiter William, 

James, 

John, 

John, 

Potts Edward, 
Powell Joseph, 



potter 

ditto 

joiner 

corkcuttef 

cooper 



Dale street, 

Houghton street, 

Atherton street, 

Cheapside, 

King street, 

Williamson street, 

Nortliampton street, 

Euerlon, 

Shaw's bru>r. 

Key slrect, 

Manchester, 

Mile end. 

Great Richmond sireet, watchma W 

Duke street, merchant 

George's street. 

Sparling street, 

Cornwallis street. 

Park lane, 

Mersey street. 

Chapel lane. 

Rose place, 

Knowsley, 

Bold street. 

Upper Milk street 

Union street. 



— 22 

— 43 

— 32 
R 23 

— 32 
R 44 



R. 



8 



Shaw'g brow, 

Baxter's court. 

Garden street, 

Harford street. 

Hartley street. 

Cavendish street, 

Brownlow hill. 

Knight street, 

Commutation row, 

Bolton, 

Shawhill street. 

Ditto, 

Bold street, 

Kent square, 

Renshaw street, 

Everton, 

Renshaw street. 

Elbow lane, 

Blundell street. 

Belle street, 

Herculaneum pottery, potter 

Toxctli Park, ditto 

Barter street, blockmaker 

Brick street, mariner 

Gldhall street, cooper 

Cropper street, joiner 



butcher 

blockmaker 

cooper 

baker 

shipwright 

tinman 

bricklayer 

labourer 

merchant 

shoemaker 

cooper 

potter 

mariner 

cooper 

gentleman 

gun maker 

shoemaker 

roper 

ditto 

ditto 

cabinet maker 

roper 

ditto 

merchant 

cooper 

plaisterer 

merchant 

slater 

shipwright 

ditto 

ditto 



a 

6 

o 

G 
G 



R 21 
R 6 

E — 

— 11 

— J4 
_ 60 

— 5 



6 
G 

e 
c 

6 

G 



T 

T 



G 
G 



G 
G 



O — 



v. 66 

R 60 

R 63 
R 47 

-^ 53 

R 13 

R 52 

— 7 

— 3 
K 21 

— 32 
R 65 

— S3 

R 12 
R 54 

■ R 57 

R 40 

• H 

■ R 38 

• R 38 

— 59 

— 61 

. R 42 

• R 42 
26 

— 67 

— 13 

R — 

- R 

- K 65 

— 69 
R 5 

42 



(/ 



^ 



V' 



Powell Edward, 


Copperas hill, 


shipwright 


■ 




B 


41 


Pownall William, 


Chester, 


esquir* 


o 




R 


^^ 


Pratchitt W. P. 


Dale Street, 


druggist 


o 


r 




35 


Prenton Thomas, 


Ryley's garden. 


sailraaker 


o 






25 


• Thomas, 


Pownall street. 


cooper 


o 


T 




48 


Willhrn 


Williamson street, 
Heshayne, 


ditto 
blacksmith 








44 


Prescott John, 


Z! 


~ 


R 
R 


William, 


Moffitt's place. 


watch engraver 





T 




41 


John, 


Gerard street. 


stonemason 








R 


19 


Preston John, 


Hatford street. 


cabineit maker 


■G 


T 




.■53 


' Andrew, 


Manchester, 


bookkeeper 


s 




R 




Edward, 


Ghisetihale street. 


cooper 


G 


. 


R 


8 


■\^/ill;Tm 


Hill street. 


baker 


G 


^_ 


R 


41 




• Thomas, 


Highficld stredt. 


tallow chandler 


G 


T 




/ 


Price John, 


Concert street. 


cooper 


G 


T 




52 


Robert, 


Peter's lane. 


ditto 


G 





R 


45 


— — Edward, 


Il'igan, 


cabinet maker 








R 


— 


Priestman John, 


Stanhope street. 


ship chandler 


G 


T 




^^ 


iprince William, 


Newhall street. 


shipwright 








■ 


70 


Tritchard John, 


Old Dock, 


cooper 


G 


T 





32 


Richard, 


Novia Scotia, 


pilot 


__ 


. 


R 


30 


Pulford John T. 


Uni6n street. 


merchant 


__ 





R 


3 


Purney .lames. 


St. James's street. 


cordivainer 


G 


T 





68 


—— — James, 


Oxford street. 


shoemaker 


. 





R 


9 


PusiU William, 


Warrington, 


ditto 


„_ 


__ 


X 




Pye Peter, 


Crooked lane. 


sailmaker 





T 




31 


Joseph, 


Peter street. 


t) racier 


a 


T 





37 


John, 


Prescot, 


potter 


— 





R 




Bryan, 


Giliraltar row. 


cabinet maker 





__ 


R 


1 


Pyke John, 


Everton, 


cooper 


G 


T 





_. 


Robert, 


Matthew street. 


baicer 


& 


T 


.^ 


34 


Quayle Edward, . 


Peter street. 


ihipwright 





f^ 


R 


37 


Quick Richard, 


Knight street. 


roper 


O- 


T 


-^ 


57 


Thomas, 


Warrington, 


joiner 


G 


._ 


, 




Quiikim William, 


Crosbie street. 


*hipwrighv 


G 








m 


Quilliam James, 


R)'ley's garden. 


cooper 


G 


T 





25 


Quin John, 


Denison street. 


roper 


O 


T 




I 


Raine Cunliffe Pole, 


Ranelagh street. 


mariner 


O 






42 


Raint'ord Tliomas, 


Manchester, 


cabinet maker 


G 


T 








Ramsbottom Richard 


, New Bird street 


attorney 


—, 





41 


69 


— — — — — James, 


Bury, 


surgeon 


^^ 


...» 


R 




\ir:ii:„„ 


, Great Nelson street, 


bricklayer 


G 





R 






40 


Ramsden Joseph, 


Newington, 


roper 





T 





42 


Bamsdale Richard C 


Cornwallis street. 


mariner 


G 





B 


60 


Ramsay William, 


W.uxhall road, 


tailor 


„_ 





R 


8 


• Thomas, 


Manchester, 


painter 


__ 


T 


..... 


_, 


KatchfFe Henry, 


Roscoe street. 


boatbuilder 


a 


T 





57 


Richard, 


Kirkdale, 
Cook btreet. 


cooper 

butcher 


Q 


T 









— « 


**. 


R 


34 


Rathbone James, 


Coravvallis street. 


shipwright 


• 


.^^ 




60 


-. — John, 


Ansdell street. 


ditto 







R 


47 


'■•■-■■■■■""" Thowa#,, 


Saltbouse Dockj, 


^to. 


l^ 





— 


*t 



. 



Rathbone Samuel, 

__ William, 

Rawson Thomas, jun 
Rea J£)hn, 
Reece John, 
Reed Alexander, 

. Charles, 

Roger, 

John, 

Peter, 

John, 

Reeder Robert, 
Renshaw Edward, 

Henry, 

— John, 

Rev. Samuel 

Henry, 

Revell Thomas, 
ReyrJolds John, 
Rice Thomas, 
William, 
Richardson Charles, 

— — Thomas, 

Joseph, 

William, 

Rigby John, 

John, 

John B. 

William, 

William, jun. 

■ Peter, 

Robert, 

Edmund, 

Thomas, 

William, 

Rigmaiden John, 
Rimmer Timothy, 

George, 

Robert, 

Henry, 

Rimmer Joseph, 

Nathaniel, 

Joseph, 

Richard, 

John, 

James, 

Ritson James, 
Roach Edward, 
Robb Daniel, 
Roberts Edward, 

Richard, 

William, 



33f 

King street, Soho, 
Greenlank, 
Gateacre, 

Sir Thomas' Buildings, 
l\lanchister, 
Russell street, 
Whitcchapel, 
Ditto. 

Crosshall street, 
Duncan street, 
Whitechapel, 
T.ydia Ann street, 
Bold street. 
Cropper street. 
Bold street, 
,Ditto, 
Dale ttroet, 
Redcross street, 
Prtston, 
Quarry hill, 
St. James's street, 
Gildart's garden, 
Sawney Pope street. 
Hunter street, 
Frederick street, 
(hfcapside, 
Prussia street, 
Jjthcrland, 
Vernon street. 
Freemason's row. 
North street, 
Derby street, 
EUel Grange, 
Rose place, 
C'rosbiu street, 
Soho street, 
Watkinson street. 
Queen street, 
Ormond street, 
Gartloii, 
Peter street. 
Parr street, 
Bolton, 

Mount Fernnn, 
DownhoLUmd, 
Ditto, 

Clare street, 
Crosbie street, 
Athcrtou street. 
Liver stieet, 
Plumbe street, 
Leeco's street, 



cooper 


G 





R 17 


merchant 


■~~* 


~~ 


R 


ditto 


G 





R . 


cooper 





T 


— 37 


blockmaker 





' 


a — 


cooper 








R 54 


cabinet maker 


G 





— 37 


ditto 








— 37 


tobacconist 


G 


T 


— 38 


roper 





T 


_ 40 


bookkeeper 


G 





— 37 


cooper 








— 61 


merchant 





T 


— 32 


roper 


— - 


T 


— 42 


merchant 





T 


— 53 


clerk 


6 


X 


— 52 


brazier 


e 


T 


— 2S 


cooper 


a 





R 31 


painter 


— 


T 


— ~ — 


roper 


G 


T 


— 72 


joiner 


— 





R 68 


cooper 


G 





— 11 


shipwright 


G 





— la 


bricklayer 





T 


— 21 


shipwright 





T 


— 48 


ditto 


G 





— 23 


tinman 


a 


T 


— 4 


husbandman 


G 








brazier 


G 


T 


— 24 


ditto 





T 


— 9 


jhoemaker 


G 


— 


R 22 


joiner 


— 


T 


R 36 


esquire 





T 


— — 


bricklayer 








R 13 


plumber & glazier — 





R 60 


liroker 


G 





— 15 


roper 


G 





— 68 


cooper , 








B 4 


shipwright 





T 


— 4' 


tailor 


— 





R •»— 


cabinet maker 








R 37 


sailmaker 


G 


T 


— 50 


tobacconist 








K — 


ironmonger 


G 


T 


— ' ~— 


cooper 


G 


T 


— -•- 


nailor 


G 


T 


— ~ 


mariner 


— 


T 


— 17 


pilot 


— 





R m 


mariner 


G 


— 


— 32 


shipwright 


— . 


. — 


R 48 


bricklayer 


G 


T 


— & 


joiaer 


» 


V 


— 53 



36 



Roberts William, 

William, 

—— — John, 

Robert, 

— — — John, 

Peter, 

Robinson John, 



I 



i 



Charles, 

William, 

James, 

■ Benjamin, 

— ■ Johu, 

Thos. B. 

James, 

— '-' James, 

— — ^— Daniel, 

— ^ Thomas, 

Charles, 

George, 

■ — ' William, 

— Charles, 

Jeseph, 

Joseph, 

■ Thomas, 

Georg.-, 

Nicholas, 

John, 

Roe William, 

William, jun. 

Rogers James, 
Rogerson Nathan, 
Rawlinson Robert, 
Roscoe John, 
Rossindale Thomas, 
Rosson Andiew, 
' James, 

Rothwell James, 
Roughsedge Rev .R . H 

Waring, 

Hornby, 

Rouse James, 
Rovvbottom Robert, 
Rowe George, 

Henry, 

' Hornby, 

' Thomas, 

Thomasj 

— — John, 

- James, 

. Richard, 

Rowlinson John 
^oydcB Joseph^ 



Lumber street. 
Park lane, 
Hawke street. 
Mill lane, 
Blundell street. 
Crooked lane, 
Shaw's alle}'. 
Carpenter's row. 
King street, 
Brownlow street, 
Manchester, 
Peter street, 
Webster street, 
John street, 
Norfolk street. 
Park lane, 
Stanley street, 
Tarletoi! street, 
New quay, 
C'roolvcd lane, 
Parliament street, 
Richmond row, 
Hackin's hey, 
Stanley hlreet. 
Carpenter's row, 
St. Anne's street, 
Wolsteuholme squa 
Queen's square. 
Ditto, 

Hope street. 
Pall mall, 
Soho square, 
High street, 
Grayson street, 
Lord street. 
Ditto, 

Parker street, 
• Mount Pleasant, 
Ditto, 
Kirkham, 
Preston street, 
Greelliam street^, 
Wood street. 
Hurst street, 
Marshall itreet, 
Highfield street, 
Cases street, 
Fontenoy street, 
Preston, 
Cases street, 
Greenland street, 
frankley, Cheshire^ 



stationer 


G 


T 


— 4 


roper 


6 


T 


— 63 


blockmaker 


G 





— 53 


cabinet maker 







R 20 


hairdresser 


G 





R 67 


sailmaker 







R 31 


ditto 




T 


— 64 


cooper 


G 


T 


— 64 


ditto 







H 32 


merchant 




T 


— 54 


watchmaker 







K 


plaisterer 


G 





K 37 


watchmaker 




T 


— 22 


tailor 







K 35 


smith 








K 68 


sailmaker 


G 





— 63 


brnslnnaker 







K 36 


cooper 


G 


T 


— 44 


potter 


G 


T 


— 3 


cooper 


G 


T 


— 31 


•sailmaker 


C 


T 


— to 


letter case maker 








K 18 


hatter 








K 25 


cabinet maker 








R 36 


cooper 





T 


R 64 


merchant 


G 





R ]5 


re, sailmaker 


G 


_- 


R 50 


merchant 


6 


T 


— 39 


ditto 


G 


T 


— 39 


shipwriglit 


e 


T 


— 55 


blockmaker 


G 


T 


— 6 


baker 


S 


T 


— 15 


grocer 


G 


T 


— 26 


painter 








R 64 


upholder 


P 


m 


— 33 


ditto 


e 


T 


— 33 


chandler 


— 


T 


— 43 


clerk 


6 


T 


— 53 


merdiant 


O 


T 


— 53 


ditto 


e 





— 


tobacconist 


G 





— 38 


smith 


o 


_ 


R 63 


gentlepian 


Q 


T 


— 54 


cooper 


a 


T 


— 64 


victualler 


G 


^^ 


E 33 


boatbuilder 


G 


T 


— 7 


tobacconist 


« 


T 


— 43 


sailmaker 


.,», 


..^ 


R 2i 


tobacconist 


« 


T 


_ — 


ditto 


O 


T 


— 43 


shipwrights 


G 


— 


— 70 


sflddJec 


.at 


-^ 


A -— ' 



3? 



RoyleJohn, 
Rushton Edward, 

James, 

Russell Tarletoii, 
Rutson W. C. 
Rutter Richard, 
Ryecrott John, 
Ryder Thoma'!, 
Riding William, 

John, 

Thomas, 

Rylance James, 

Peter, 

Ryland William, 
Ryley James, 
Rymer Thomas, 
Salthouse William, 
Saodbach William, 
Sanders John, 
Savage Charles, 
Saul James, 

Nathaniel, 

Sauley Thomas, 
Scales William, 
Scarsbrirk Wi!li;im, 
Scroder Wiliiam, 
Schroedyr Henry, 
Scotson Joseph, 
Scott Jonathan, 

William, 

Seaver Thomas, 
Seddon James, 

John, 

Henry, 

George, 

Seed Henry, 

William, 

Scfton The Earl of, 
Seijeant John, 
Sewell James, 
Sheweil William, 
Shallcross Thomas, 
Shanks Jameii, 
Shand Charles, 
Sharp James, 
— — John, 
■ John, jun. 

John, 

Shaw Cliristopherj 
— ^— John, 
— — John, 
«w— JaiiMS, 



Kent street, 
Patadise street, 
Prussia street, 
Colquitt street. 
Myrtle street, 
St.' Paul's square, 
Basnett street, 
Molyneux wient, 
Lydiate, 
Mount Pleasant, 
Huylon, 
Norfolk street, 
Pitt street, 
Tythebarn street. 
Slater street, 
Tythebarn street. 
Dean's court, 
'Northwich, 
Brownlow hill. 
Barter street, 
Tythebarn street, 
Derljy street, 

Runcorn, 
Pall mall, 
Ms-^on street 
Peter street, 

^•ESton, 

Raldiff'e bridge lane, 

Strnnd street. 

Crooked lane, 

Tabley street, 

Grayson street, 

Orford street, 

Peter street, 

U'rexkam, 

Poplar wient, 

IVarrivgton,- 

Croxteth Hull, 

Mount Pleasant, 

Union street. 

Ditto, 

Hunter street, 

Highfield street, 

Islington, 

Tarleton street. 

Car Je street. 

Ditto, 

Roiiiiey street, 

Wavertree, 

Crosshali street, 

Charles street, 

Farnwortk, 



ancborsmiih 


8 — R 61 1 


mariner 


R 33 


bricklayer 


— T — 4 


merchant 


R 59 


broker 


G R 18 


boatbuilder 


G -B 2 j 


joiner 


G 43 


shipwright 


R 23 


blockmaker 


— T *— '— 


grocer 


e 53 


farmer 


G ""• j 


mariner 


G R 68 


ditto 


T R 62 


bookkeeper 


G R 5 


sailmaker 


R 59 


blacksmith 


R 5 


shipwright 


R 27 


uphuldtr 


gunmaker 


G T — 54 


shipwright 


R 65 


ditto 


G — R 5 


■whitesmith 


G — R 30 


cooper 


— R 


cabinet maker 


B 6 


lathcleaver 


R 65 


bricklayer 


R 37 


barber 


R 


clock maker 


R 


baker 


— T — 31 


mariner 


R 31 


blockmaker 


G T 65 


cooper 


G T 64 


ironmonger 


G T 47 


roper 


K 37 


ditto 


R — I 


slater 


G T — 36 


gardner 


G 1 




K 


roper 


— T — 54 


pilot: 


G T — 3 


ditto 


G T 3 


smith 


G T 21 


grocer 


R 7 


merchant 


G T -^ 40 


ditto 


R 44 


cabinet maker 


G T 33 


ditto 


33 


merchant 


R 55 


ditto 


G T 


sailmaker 


G 38 


roper 


G T ■ 44 



plumber & glazier o 



I( 



[ — 



Shaw James, 
Thomas, 

■ James, 

Thomas, 

John, 

John, 

. William, 

Shephard Lawrence, 
Shepherd W. 
Sherlock Henry, 

Henry, 

Shiramin Edward, 
Shont; Josejtii, 
Shuttleworth T. 
Sibbering William, 
Simcock Thoma3, 
Simner Robert, 

— Thomas, 

Simpkin Thomas, 

■ Ricliard,, 

• Henry, 

Sinclair Alexander, 
Skeihornc John, 

Joseph, 

Skillicorn Robert, 

Robert, 

hiater William, 

Daniel, 

Sloane William, 

William, 

Smallshaw John, 
Smith Henry, 

William, 

William, . 

Joshua, 

John, 

Gforge, 

John, 

James, 
- Edward, 

Richard, 

- Samuel, 

- William, 

- Richarci, 

- Thomas, 

- James, 

- William, 

- John, 
■- Thomas, 

- Thomas, 
Thomas, 



— Thomas, 



98 

Mancheiter, 
Ditto, 

Renshaw street, 
Frederick street, 
Ererton, 

Gt, Charlotte street. 
Pool lane, 
Ormond street, 
Gati'acre, 
Oimskirk, 
Old Douk, 
Tarletoil street, 
Fefivrick street. 
Privilege row, 
Shaw's brow. 
Brick street, 
Leeds !!treet, 
Crosshall street, 
Chester, 
Mersey street, 
Highfield street, 
Scotland road, 
Houghton stiect, 
St. Helens, 
Atherton street. 
Prices street, 
Greenland street. 
Tempest hey, 
Kent square, 
Gilbert street, 
Campbell street, 
Harford street, 
Clayton street, 
Bolton street. 
Milk street. 
Mill lane, 
Manchester, 
Lumber street. 
Mason street. 
Mount Pleasant, 
Chissenhale stre^^t, 
Northwich, 
Mary Anne strec<, 
UphoUand, Z-f * 
Cumberland street, 
Crosbie street, 
Dale street. 
Ditto, 

Copperas hill, 
Moorfields, 
John street. 
Hurst jtre*t. 



39 



sawyer 


, — X — — 


ditto 


X 


rop<!r 


# T — 42 


soapboiler 


— — R 48 


esquire 


G 


ditto 


G T 3p 


bookkeeper 


G 32 


pilot 


— T — 4 


iuinister 


R 


saddler 


• B 


shipwright 


R 32 


painter 


G T — 44 


baker 


e T — 29 


gliipwright 


E ffe 


baker 


a 7 — 21 


blockmakc!' 


R Cg 


slater 


K 2 


roper 


G T — 38 


brazjer 


T 


blockmaker 


— — R 47 


bookkeeper 


R 7 


shipwright 


8 12 


gentleman 


« 43 


slater & ptaisterer g — 


shipwright 


G 32 


cabinet maker 


R 4.Q 


shipwright 


R 70 


shoemaker 


G T — 25 


cooper 


G 6l 


ditto 


G 62 


shipwright 


— T — 65 


blacksmith 


— T — 53 


sailmakcr 


G 21 


roper 


G 41 


joiner 


R 7 


ditto 


G 20 


watchmaker 


. R 


ihipwright 


R 4 


cooper 


R 65 


painter 


G T 53 


shipwright 


T — 8 


mariner 


G T . 


tailor 


— T — 53 


cooper 


K 


slater 


G T — 37 


cooper 


n 66 


cabinet maker 


— T — 22 


ditto 


-_ T _ 22 


wheelwright 


— . T — 41 


roper 


G T — 25 


shoemaker 


G K 35 


ceoper 


G T — 64 



Smith George, 

James, 

Thomas, 

John, 

— Walter, 

John, 

— — - John, jun. 

John, 

Joseph, 

Henry, 

John, 

John, 

Richard, 

■ ■- Thomas, 
— — George, 

John, 

James, 

• Edward, 

Smoult Charles, 
Smyth Edward, 
Southward Ricliard, 
Sowerby Jas. W . 

Peter, 

Speaksman John, 

Edward, 

Spencer Henry, 

John, 

James, 

Thomas, 

Stananought Rich. 
Stanaway James, 

— John, 

Richard, 

Slandingstreet Jon. 
Staniforth Samuel, 
Stanistreet Henry, 
Stanley Lord, 
Steers Spencer, 
Stephens Matthew, 
Stephenson John, 

Robert, 

Stockton Joseph, 
Stopfoith Thomas, 
Stout Benjamin, 
Stretch James, 
Stringer Jolin, 

Thomas, 

Banciot't, 

Stringfellow Rich. 
Stubbs Lewis, 
Stordy John, 
»>lyle» Robert, 



Manchester, 


smith 


— 


T 


— — 


Upper Milk street. 


blacksmith 


— 





R 7 


Milk street. 


wheelwright 


— 





R 7 


Thomas street. 


shoemaker 


G 




— 33 


Ecclcs street. 


ditto 


G 




— 10 


St. James's street. 


mariner 


G 


T 


— 68 


Ditto, 


ditto 


a 


T 


— 68 


Hanover street. 


smith 





T 


— 45 


Thomas street. 


shipwright 


— 


T 


— 33 


Dickinson street. 


ditto 


— 


T 


— 6;j 


Liver street. 


ditto 


— 


T 


— 48 


Crosbie street. 


ditto 


— 





R 6& 


Ssacotnbe, 


rear admiral R.N 


. G 


T 





Manchester, 


roper 








R 


Mersey street. 


blockmaker 








R 47 


Brick street. 


sailmaker 








R 6q 


Park lane. 


baker 








R. 63 


Peter's lane. 


roper 


» 


T 


— 45 


Park lane. 


bricklayer 





T 


— 6:i 


Bath, 


esquire 





T 





Scotland road. 


roper 








R 12 


Kensington, 


merchant 








R 


\jorA street. 


cheesemonger 


G 





R 33 


Redcross street. 


hatter 


e 


T 


— 31 


Ditto, 


sailmakcr 


G 


T 


— 3i 


Lydiate, 


baker 


■ — 


T 





Atherton street. 


brazier 


— 





R 32 


Frechktun, 


roper 


G 








Lancaster, 


bontbuilder 








R 


Rowe street. 


blockmakes 








R S 


Fontenoy street. 


roper 


6 





— 22 


Ditto, 


ditto 


« 





— 22 


Baptist street. 


ditto 


G 





— J9 


Moffitt't place. 


ditto 





T 


R 41 


Ranelagh street. 


merchant 


G 


T 


— 43 


JFarrington, 


mariner 


— 





R — 


Kmiwsley hall, 




a 





R 


JFavertrce, 


esquire 


a 


T 





Edmund street. 


mariner 


— 





R 4 


Barter street, 


blockmaker 


a 





— 65 


IVarrington, 


roper 


G 








Manchester , 


biazier 


— 


T 





Maguire street. 


ditto 


— 


T 


— 10 


Barter street. 


blockmaker 


a 


T 


— 65 


King street. 


shipwright 


— 


T 


— 3'J 


South Union street. 


blockmaker 


— 


T 


-67 


Nova Scotia, 


ditto 


— 


T 


— ao 


CnnlilTe street. 


bricklayer 


— 





K 24 


Strand street. 


watchmaker 


— 





R 31 


Haymarkel, 


broker 


— 


T 


_ HQ 


Scotland road. 


merchant 


— 





K 12 


Copperas hiif. 


roper 


• 


T 


— 41 



Styth Richard, 
Sumner John, 
Sutton John, 

• Edward, 

Swain .lohn, 
Swaine William, 

Thomas, 

Swan Jeremiah, 
Swarsbrick John, 
Swettenham Thos. 
Swift Richard, 

■ Henry, 
Swindal] Samuel, 
Syers George, 
— — Robert, 
William, 

■ Thomas, 
Syk^s Ben. Sand. 
Taggart John, 
Tait James, 
Talbot John, 
Tapley John, 

' Samuel, 

Tarbuck James, 
Tarleton Lt. Gen. B 

> Robert, 

' ■ — Thos. jun. 
Tarlton John, 

John jun. 

Tate Richard S. 
Latham Richard, 
Tatlock John, 

■ • William, 

Taylor Edward, 

• Edward, 

Edward, 

■ ■ James, 
James, 

■ John, 

John, 

Joseph, 

Thomas, 

Thomas, 

Thomas, 

Thomas, 

: • William, 

William, 

— • — William, 
Tear .loseph, 
Terry Mai tin, 
Thomas Joseph, 
— -r — Thonjas, 



44 

Simpson street. 
School lane. 
Christian street^ 
Eccles street, 
Denison street, 
Leeds street^ 
Denison street. 
Stoke, 

Ansdell street, 
Richmond row. 
Old hall street, 
Crosshall street. 
Barter street, 
Everton, 
Ditto, 
Ditto, 

Upper Milk street, 
Byrom street. 
Crooked lane, 
Norfolk street, 
Cumberland street, 
Peter street. 
Parliament street, 
Prescot, 
Bath, 

Breck street, 
Overleij hall, Salop, 
Everton, 

St. Anne's street, 
Gascoyne street, 
Plumbe street, 
Moffitt's place. 
Cooper's row, 
Gerard street^ 
Old Dock, 
North shore, 
Preston, 

St. Anne's street. 
Old Dock, 
Old Swan, 
Toxteth Park, 
Gascoyne street, 
Richmond row, 
North shore, 
Bolton street, 
Rodney street, 
Williamson's square, 
Nortli shore. 
Kitchen street. 
Upper Pitt street. 
Dale street. 
New hall strait. 



shipwright 


• 


— 


E 6e 


carver 


G 


T 


— 45 


shipwright 








K 19 


soapboiler 


G 


T 


— 10 


cabinet maker 








R 1 


joiner 


G 


T 


— 2 


shoemaker 


G 


— 


— 1 


potter 








R 


ghipwright 





T 


— 47 


glazier 


e 


T 


— 18 


whitecooper 


G 


T 


— S 


saddler 


G 





— 38 


smith 








R 65 


broker 


G 


T 





merchant 


G 


T 


— 


ditto 


G 


T 





brickmaker 








» 7 


bookkeeper 








R 21 


shipwright 


6 


— 


— 31 


sailmaker 





T 


— 68 


roper 





T 


— 37 


cooper 








R 37 


bricklayer ■ 








E 70 


ironmonger 








B. 


shipwright 


— 


T 


-69 


esquire 


G 


T 





cooper 


6 


T 





merchant 


G 


T 


— 17 


cabinet maker 


^_ 





R 8 


blockmaker 








R 


roper 


G 





R 41 


cooper 


G 





R 32 


bookkeeper 








R 19 


hairdresser 


G 


T 


— 32 


miller 








R 1 


joiner 








R 


ironmonger 


G 


T 


— 17 


hairdresser 


a 


„ 


— 32 


victualler 


o 


T 





cooper 


G 


T 





shipwright 


G 


-^ 


— 8 


manner 


G 


T 


— 18 


millwright 


G 





R 1 


cooper 








R 41 


broker 


G 





B 56 


cooper 


G 


T 


— 44 


bread baker 


G 





R 1 


cooper 


G 


T 


— tJ7 


merchant 


G 


T 


— 62 


druggist 








R 35 


shipwright 


-r- 





R 70 



. 



Thomas William, 
Thompson Edward, 

— . Henry, 

I ^ James, 

_ James, 

. James, 

^ James, 

Joseph, 

. — ,Iohn, 

John, 

John, 

Richard, 

__ Samuel, 

Robert, 

T. Pepper, 

William, 

Wm. jun. 

William, 

William, 



Threlfall Joseph, 

Robert, 

Tittle Bryan, 

Thomas, 

Tomlinson James, 

John, 

• Richard, 

. William, 

Townsend William, 
Trelner William, 
Travers Edward, 

James, 

Tristram John, 

— — Thomas, 

William, 

Trotter Henry F. 
Throughton John, 

Thos. 

Trueman Daniel, 

George, 

Tudor William, 
Tunslall James, 
Turner John W. 

John, 

.'ohn. 

William, 

William, 

William, 

William, 

Tvventyman J . M, 
Tyrer John, 



41 

Ranelagh street, 
Wood street, 
Gerard street, 
Thingwell, 
Park lane, 
Warren street. 
Low hill, 
Edgar street, 
Frederick street, 
Lawton street, 
Tarleton street, 
Johnson street. 
Slater street. 
Back Mansfield st. 
St. Anne's street. 
Lime street, 
Islington, 
Park lane, 
Rodney street. 
Brick street, 
Hyley's garden, 
Coveut garden. 
Park lane. 
Pilling, 
Chapel street. 
Ditto, 

Hayraarket, 
Parliament street. 
Sparling street. 
Stoke, 

SmithlSeld street. 
Rope walk, 
Copperas hill, 
Walton, 
Pitt street, 
Parliament street, 
St. James's place, 
( liristian street, 
Prussia street, 
Preston street, 
Chester, 
Forrest street. 
North street. 
Ditto, 
Dale street, 
Gibraltar row, 
Russell street. 
Hartley Green, 
Pembroke street, 
Highfidd street. 



rtpci 


G 


T 





42 


sailmaker 





T 





52 


painter 


G 


T 





19 


yeomen 


G 


—"' 


•^ 


— ■ 


cooper 








K 


G3 


linen draper 








R 


54 


mason 


G 





-"- 


— 


coachmaker 








K 


12 


shipwright 





T 





48 


roper 


G 








42 


tanner 


G 








44 


tailor 








R 


23 


banker 





— 


R 


51 


sailmaker 


G 








18 


merchant 


G 








17 


roper 


G 








41 


gentlenwn 


G 


T 





40 


sailmaker 








E 


63 


merchant 








R 


55 


shipwright 








R 


69 


ditto 


— 


T 


K 


25 


merchant 


G 


T • 





27 


blockmaker 








R 


63 


labourer 








R 


— 


merchant 


G 


T 





37 


ditto 








R 


27 


roper 


G 








39 


merchant 


G 





E 


70 


plumber & glazier 


G 








m 


potter 








R 


— 


nonmonger 


G 


T 





7 


tailor 





T 





38 


chairmaker 


G 


— 


— 


41 


saddler 


G 


T 





-^ 


blockmaker 








K 


62 


cooper 


G 


T 





70 


merchant 





T 





— 


bricklayer 








a 


19 


boatbuilder 


G 


T 





4 


cooper 








R 


38 


watch tool maker 





T 





— 


cabinet maker 








R 


63 


potter 








R 


22 


watchmaker 





T 





22 


grocer 








R 


25 


smith 


G 





R 


1 


cabinet maker 








R 


54 


ditto 


G 





R 


— 


cooper 


& 







54 


sailmake,r 




— 


a 


7 



43 



ii:i 



T/rer James, 

Robert, 

Willi?m, 

— — Joseph, 

Thomas S. 

—-~- .Joseph, 
'• James, 
Uns worth lolin, 

— Wilham, 

Unvin Robert, 
Upton Joseph, 

Kobcrt, 

Vernon Tliomas, 
Wade Samuel, 
Wainwriufht George, 



Leather lane, 
Lancelot's hey, 
Old hall street, 
London road. 
Park lane. 
Copperas hill. 
Grub street, 
Dmce street, 
Scot'and road, 
Dov.'nie stnxt. 
Sparling street, 
Forrest street. 
Park lane, 
Ormond street, 
Ma.-on street, 

■ Geoige, Slockporl, 

■ Joseph', Pitt street, 

• Josephf , Flint street, 

• Wm. 

■ John, 

■ Thos. 



Wakefield Thomas, 
Walberg Fred. W. 
Walker W. L. 

Riduird, 

Thomas, 

William, 

Walkingti/u Nich. 
Walmsley John, 

Joshuij, 

Waln«'>beit, 
Waiter John, 
Walton .iohn, 

John, 

Edward, 

Wane Wiliam, 

William, 

Warbiirton 'I'homas, 

Joseph, 

Ward James, 

Rol-ert, 

Wareing Daniel, 

William, 

Warren Samuei, 
Warrington T. 
W.a-swick Percival, 
Waicrsoir iohn, 
Vv'iitkin'on Jas. B. 

— ^ Samuel, 

Waithsw Samuel, 
Watson John, 
Jonathan, 



Lord street, 
Sidney street, 
Balchelor street, 
JS'orl/iwich, 
Copperas hi 1, 
Charles street, 
Cleveland square, 
Charlotte street, 
Mary Anne street, 
Pemberton's alley. 
Berry street, 
Fisher street, 
St. Paul's square, 
Queen street, 
Vernon street. 
Ditto, 
Lancaster, 
Frederick street, 
Crosbie streot. 
Hurst street, 
Hnokin's hey, 
Matthew street, 
St. Anne's street, 
Vauxh.ll! road, 
Stanley street, 
Maddox street, 
Burton, Cheshire, 
Vi-riion street, 
Fazakerley stjcet, 
Ranelagh street. 
Castle street, 
Gme ft. Harrington, 
Neston, 
Ditto, 



Polled ift Not. 



shipwright » 

ditto G 

joiner g 

bookkeeper o 

cabinet maker — 

millwright — 

painter — 

bricklayer g 

roper o 

baker — 

roper g 

blockmakei' — 

baker — 

blockmaker — 

cooper — 

joiner — 

sailmaker g 

ditto g 

blockmaker — 

cooper — 

blacksmith — 

sugarbakcr — 

roper — 

broker — 

grocer — 

painter g 

chairmaker • 

pilot G 

marble ma.son — 

mariner g 

bricklayer g 

bookkeeper — 

joiner — 

ditto — 

roper — 

shipwright — 

blick maker g 

s.nihnaker g 

con per — 

ditto — 
merchant 
roper 
cooper 
silversmith 
butcher 
roper 
/ shipwright 
bookkeeper 
hrushmaker 
shipwright 
roper 

ditto c 
+ Polled 6th Nov. 



T — 

R 

T — 

K 

R 

R 

K 

T — 

T — 

R 

R 

R 

R 

H 

R 

R 

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T 

T 

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T — 

R 

T 

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R 

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3 

5 

40 

63 

41 

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34 

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44 

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24 

24 

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■ 66 

■ 64 

25 
34 

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36 
12 

24 

5 

42 

26 




Watlleworth Chas. 
Webb John, 
Webstei John, 

Samuel, 

John, 

Henry, 

John, 

Samuel, 

Newby, 

Thomas, 



Thomas, 

■ — - Thornas, 

Welch Richard, 
Wetherherd Wm. 
Westmore John, 
Weston John, 
Whaller .Iohn, 
Whalley James, 

John, 

William, 

James, 

Wharmby John, 
Wharton Charles, 

Thomas, 

Wheeler Thomas, 

John, 

William, 

Whitby John, 

William, 

William, 

— — — Solomon, 

John, 

Robert, 

Thomas, 

Thos. jun. 

-— David, 

While James, 

William, 

Whitehead Robert, 

" Joseph, 

■ Henry, 

■ — Richard, 

Whitfield John, 

William, 

Thomas, 

Whittaker Richard, 
Whittingham Saml. 

■ — Saml. 

Whittle James, 

W'illiani, 

Wickstead Richard 
William, 



43 

Frederick street, 
Whltcchapel, 
Addison street, 
Fazakerley street, 
Greenland street, 
Crosshall street. 
Ditto, 
Love lane, 
Crosshall street, 
Webster street, 
Mayorhill, 
'I'arleton street, 
Harford street, 
Scotland road. 
Dale street, 
Gateacre, 
St. Paul's square, 
Prussia street. 
New quay, 
Greenland street, 
Pennington street, 
Manchester, 
Copperas hill, 
Wappiiig, 
New quay, 
( rosbie street. 
Kitchen street. 
Low hilt, 
Worlield street, 
Redmond place. 
Circus street, 
Whitechapel, 
Moffitt's place, 
Whitechapel, 
Ditto, 
Mary bone, 
Dawson street, 
£4'f hill, 
Preston, 
Lumber street. 
Pall mall, 
Davies street, 
Blundell street, 
Peter street. 
Wood street, 
\Vebster street. 
Upper Pitt slreet. 
Upper Newiugton, 
Hurst street. 
Chapel street, 
Campbell s.trcet. 
School lane. 



sailmaker 

shoemaker 

hatter 

sailmaker 

painter 

roper 

ccoper 

breadbaker 

shij)w right 

plaisterer 

brazier 

bookkeeper 

victualler 

merchant 

brazier 

merchant 

cooper 

plaistcrer 

bricklayer 

wheelwright 

coachman 

prirter 

roper 

sailmaker 

cooper 

roper 

ditto 

merchant 

labourer 

cooper 

upholder 

cooper 

ditto 

ditto 

painter 

baker 

roper 

merchant 

baker 

watchmaker 

staymaker 

slater 

shipwright 

cooper 

gunmaker 

watch spring mak, 

bookkeeper 

ditto 

shipwright 

pilot 

cooper 

ditto 



T 
T 
T 

T 
T 

T 
T 
T 

T 
T 
T 
T 
T 
T 
T 



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T 

G — 

G T 

G T 

G — 



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G — 

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R 
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48 
37 
8 
4 
50 
38 
38 
33 
38 
22 
14 
44 
53 
12 
26 

2 

4 

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70 

65 

41 

65 
3 

66 
6'7 

7 

10 

19 
■ 36 
4i 
38 
38 
8 
44 



4 

■ 6 
36 
67 
3? 
52 
22 

• 62 
. 53 

■ 64 
-.27 

65 
- 4$- 



if 



Wickstcad Richard, 

; Crispin, 

Widdowson Henry, 
Wigan John, 
Wignall William, 
WiJbraham Wm. 
Wiicock Thomas, 
Wilcockson John, 
Wild James, 
Wilding John, 

Robert, 

Peter, 

Thomas, 

■ ■ — Thomas, 

Wildman Thomas, 
Wilkas Joshna S. 
^^'ilkins James, 
Wilkinson Thomas, 

■ Jonathan, 

■ H-nry, 

= Thomas, 

William 

Willacy Henry, 
Williams Edward, 

Hugh, 

J:nnes, 

" Josf|)h, 

Kobert, 

Robert, 

Uobtit, 

— — Thomas, 

Tliomas, 

• Thomas, 

William 

William, 

■ William, 

Williamson James, 

John 

— ' Ralph, 

- Thomas, 



Josiah, 

Wilson Alexander, 

• • — Andrew, 

"•^ Charles, 

' — Daniel, 

'~~~~ — Edward, 

Henry, 

Hugh, 

John, 

' John, 
John, 



' — John, 



44 

Chart/on, Cheshire 
jMncaster, 
Niirthu'icli, 
C'ockspnr street, 
( oppfras hill, 
Drnry lane, 
Norfolk street. 
Ditto, 

Chapel street. 
Orange street, 
Vauxhall road. 
Orange street, 
Peter street, 
Frederick street, 
Chester, 

Mount pleasant, 
Clarence street, 
Pltnst street, 
Jordan street. 
Paradise street, 
Tuxlelh Park, 
New Bird street. 
Sparling street, 
Fisher slrpcl. 
Queen street, 
nighfield street. 
New Bird street, 
Cornwailis street, 
Lawton street, 
Pennington street, 

Lydia Ann street, 
Piirlland place, 

Kitchrn street, 

Tempest he)-, 

King street, 

Pitt street, 

Tarleton street, 

Highfield street, 

Williamson square, 

Gibndiar street. 

Mount Fernon, 

Key street. 

Queen street, 

Haymarket, 

Bradberry court 

Lumber street, 

Shaw's brow 

Pitt street, 

Blundell strpet, 

Rigby street. 

Lumber street, 

JjOndoii road 



merchant 

cooper 

salt proprietor 

shipwright 

roper 

cooper 

mason 

cooper 

barber 

roper 

baker 

glazier 

boalbuilder 

shijnvright 

tobacconist 

merchant 

bookkeeper 

blocknialver 

shipwright 

saddler 

shipwright 

ditto 

sailmaker 

cooper 

jiilot 

painter 

shipwright 

siiilmaker 

painter 

tobacconist 

shoemaker 

baker 
joiner 
sailmaker 
book keeper 
shipwright 
genllemau 
cooper 
esquire 
shipwright 
gentleman 
shipwright 
ditto 
roper 
ditto 

ginunaker 
chandler 
shipwright 
cooper 
mariner 
sawyer 
baker 



G T — 

a — R 

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G 

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68 
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24 
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53 
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66 
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60 
42 
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62 
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67 

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I 



Wi'son JohnH. 

. John, 

James Parr, 

Thomas, 

Thomas, 

William, 

William, 

William, 

Wilton Samuel, 
Winstanley Edward, 

John, 

John, 



Winders John, 
Winter Joseph, 
Winterbottom J. B 

John, 

Withers Joseph, 
Withington Peter, 
Wolfe t ol. James, 
Woodburn John, 
Wood George, 

Jfthn', 

Samuel W. 

William, 

Woodhne John, 

John, 

Robert, 

Woods Chailes, 
George, 



James, 

James, 

Henry, 

John, 

Richard, 

Thomas, 

William, 

Wm. jun. 

William, 

William, 

Wooltall Ajraham, 
Woodward Alex. 
Augsut. 



H'.nigliton street, 
Islington, 
Christian street, 
Nonhwich, 
Dale street, 
Blundell street, 
Gerard street, 
Toxteth Park, 
PiirUcy, Cheshire, 
Jkii^av, 
Shaw's brow, 
Biirscnugh, 
— William, l-Juncan street, 
William, Nova Scotia, 
- James, Henry street, 
Earle street. 
Kitchen street, 
Leece's street, 
Bolton street, 
Renshaw streel, 
Hope place, 
Gerard street, 
Vauxhall road, 
Hull, 

Watkinson street. 
Church alley, 
Flfin.rno:/, Sfr/j: 
Ltimiver street, 
Puadise street. 
Park lane, 
Carpenter's row. 
Prince's street. 
Key street. 
Cabbage kail, 
Leigli street, 
Kirkdale, 



Clevela!;d square. 
Tempest iicy, " 
Edmund street, 
Hacltin's hey, 
Frederick street, 
Manchester, 
Derby street, 
Gl. Nelson street, N: 
Breck, 



broker — 

ditto — 

merchant — 

upholder G 

saddler g 

plumber g 

roper e 

shipwright g 

joiner — 

watchmaker — 

bricklayer — 

cabinet maker g 

roper — 

smith — 

wine merchant — 

shipwright g 

mariner — 

bedstead maker g 

cordwainer g 

mariner a 

iionmonger o 

slater — ■ 

biushmaker 

shipwright 

ditto 

shnem.aker 

ui'hiilder 

butcher 

tailor 

rpper 

slii;>wright 

printer 

cooper 

ditto 

merchaiit 

mariner 

cooper 

ditto 



Jeremiah, Chapel street. 



— J. H. Ditto. 

— John, Benn'sgarden, 

— John, Knight itn-et, 

— Peter, Thomas .street, 

— Thomas, Benn's Gaiden, 

— Thos. jun. Tythebaru street. 



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ditto _ 
plumber & glazier g 

lo'oarconist — 

fxjtter G 

mei chant g 

broker g 

chandler — 

shipwright — 

cfx>]:er G 

blockmaker 

bricklayer 

cooper G 

thoeinaker o 



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Woollam William, 
Woollen T.jun. 
Woose}' John, 

— - Richard, ■ 

Worrall James, 

Joseph, 

Thomas, 

Worsley John, 
Worswick Richard, 
Worthington John, 
Peter, 



Wright Harvey, 
■ John, 

John, 

Peter, 

Peter, 

Wright Robert, 
Mark, 



Gibraltar street, 
Johnson's court, 
Spitalfitlds, , 
Phimbe street. 
Circus street, 
Crosbie street. 
Knight street, 
Crosshall street, 
Vernon street, 
Crosshall street, 
Ray street, 
Richard, Edmund street, 
Peter, Pitt street, 
Ormskirh, 
Mansfield street, 
New Bird street, 
Islington, 
Knight street, 
Trucman street, 
Rose place. 
Ditto, 

Richmond place, 
Edmund street. 



• Thomas, 

• Tliomas, 

• Thomas, 
Will. Naylor, St. Ann's street, 

Hanlcy Green, 
Seel street, 
Sa/ford, 
Breck street, 
Manesty's lane 
Parliament street, 
Thomas street. 



■ ■- William, 
Wyclitfe Thomas, 
Wyne RFchard, 
Yates James, 

John, 

— — John Ashton, 

William, 

Yeardsley Alexander, Hale, 



Yearsley Thomas 
Veoward Richard, 
Yeud Joseph, 

John, 

Young William, 



Manclu'Her , ^ 

Peter street, 
MaghuU street, 
Sawney Pope street 
Norfolk street, _2 jjy. 



shoemaker 

blacksmith 

blockmaker 

bookkeeper 

blockmaker 

she cmaker 

wine cooper 

gardner 

slater & plaislercr 

joinpr 

watch engraver 

baker 

shipwright 

gentleman 

bookkeeper 

shipwright 

merchant 

shipwright 

bricklayer 

bookkeeper 

ditto 

turner 

bricklayer 

shipwright 

potter 

merchant 

corkcutter 

shipwright 

brass founder 

merchant 

shipwright 

joiner 

hairdresser 

cooper 

shipwright 

joiner 

bookkeeper 



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DISTRICTS. 



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No. 1. 
The Box at the bottom of Button street. 

From the Box a little way tip Gibraltar street, hack again up Denison 
street, Gibraltar row, the Bridge over the Canal bason, down Button 
street to the Box. 

GIBRALTAR STREET. 

Williamson Thomas, shipwright JT 
Woollam William, shoemaker e^ 

DUTTON STREET. 

Cribb Peter, gent. ^. •/"- 

GIBRALTAR ROW. 

Norris Edward, shipwright •■ 

Okill AViiliam, hoopmaker -^ 

Pye Bryan, cabinet-makeri^ 

Turner William, smith fi y. 



DENISON STREET.' 

Atkins William, boatbuilderj!. .7" 



Gibbons Daniel, 

Mason Wm.jun. 
Nevelt Samuel, 
Quin John, 
Swaine Thomas, 

NORTH SHORE. 

Morley Edward, 
Nevett Joseph, 
Taylor Edward, 

Thomas, 

■ William, 



cibinet-maker^^ ^ 
tobacconist \^ 
printer /^ . 



Toper 
shoemaker 



J 



iJr- 



boatbuilder "^ 
porter-dealer ^ 
miller ^ (^ 

millwright " 5? ^% 
breadbaker \^_ <^^ 



No.1. 



The Box in Old Hall street, near Rigby street. 

Vrom the Box over the Bridge into Leeds street, top of Plumbe street, 
Rigbij street, Earle street, round St. Paul's square, proceeding 
lif the north doivn Firginia street to the Box. 



EARLE STEEEr. 

Bailey EHiott, 
Connell William, 
Kennedy William, 
Winders .lohn. 



joiner 
pilot 
cooper 
shipwright 
ST. Paul's s«uare. 

Bailey John, 

Haswell Thomas 

Uutter Richaid, 

Wain Robert, 

WhallerJohn, 



jouier 
■■shoemaker 
boatbuilder 
liricklayer 
cooper 



^'IKGINIA STREET 

Coventry Edward, 



Hunter David, 



joiner 
bookkeeper 



GREAT HOWARD STREBT, 

Deakin John, carpenter 

LEEDS STREET. 



Halsall Joseph, 
Hamer Luke. 
HoUinshead H. B. 
J. B. 



Lewis Thomas, 
Simner Robert, 
Swaine William, 

RIGEY STREET. 

Oates Thomas J. boatbuilder 

Wilson John, mariner 



cnrncr 

shipwright 

esquire 

merchant 

bricklayer 

slater 

joiner 






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No. 3. 
The Box in Lancelot's Hey near Queen streef. 

From the Box along Bath street to the Baths, lack again through the 
Opening into Queen street, throvgk the Passage into Union street,. 
Lancelot'!, hey, Chapel street, New quuy, to the Box again. 



BATH STREET 

Bateson Thomas, shipwright 

Belshaw Joseph, 

Davies Thomas, 

Harrison Joseph, 

Lineicar Richard, 

M'Dougall William, shipwright 

NEW auAV. 
Eellison Thomas, whitesmith 

Blayney WiUiam, sailmaker 

Robinson George, 
Wheeler Thomas, 



shipwright 
mariner 
boatbuilder 
shipwright 



potter 
cooper 



Lancelot's hey. 
Miles Birch, gentleman 

Tyrer Robert, shipwright 

UNION STREET. 

Kendrick William, pilot 
Kenyon Charles, 



Nevett Thomas, 
Pickup Thomas, 
Piiltord John T. 
Sewcll James, 
Shcwell William, 



pipemaker 

gunsmith 

cooper 

merchant 

pilot 

pilot 



No. 4. 



The Box in Old Hall street jiear Edmund street. 

From the Box up Old Hall street, dowji Queen street. Barton's wient, 
Holden's wient, lack through Prussia street, Eurle street, Ednmncl 
street, Lvmher street, Ormond street, to the Box. 



EDMUND 


STREET. 


Wilson Andrew, 


shipwright 


Abram John, 


barber 


CHAPEL 


tard. 


Allanson Edward, 


shoemaker 


Miles Edward, 


cabinet maker 


Basnelt Thomas, 


cabinet maker 


PRUSSIA 


STREET. 


Bridge John, 


saddler 


Bailey Rodney, 


upholder 


Collins John, 


pilot 


Jones Thomas, 


butcher 


Coventry Edw. jui 


1. cabinet maker 


Rigby John, 


tinman 


Croft John, 


cooper 


Rasiiton James, 


bricklayer 


Gough William, 


pilot 


Trueman George, 


boatbuilder 


Lloyd John, 


painter 


Whalley James, 


plaisterer 


Lunt Joseph B. 


tallow chandler 


barton's 


LANE. 


Lyon John, 


saddler 


Brodie George, 


shipwright 


Parker Edmund, 


cornfactor 


Inch William, 


shipwright 


Stephens Matthew 


mariner 


ormond 


STREET. 


Woods William, 


painter 


Barrow Richard, 


cabinet maker 


Worlhington Rich: 


ird, baker 


Clarke Philip, 


shipwright 


Wright Thomas, 


bricklayer 


Croft James, 


boatbuilder 


KOBERTS 


COURT. 


Croston Richard, 


blockmaker 


Holmes Thomas, 


sailmaker 


Fox Acton, 


plumber 


aUEEN 


STREET. 


Mason William, 


pilot 


Agncw Joseph, 


pilot 


Pearson James, 


shipwright 


Kemp William, 


blacksmith 


Rimmer Robert, 


shipwright 


Morris John, 


boatbuilder 


Shepherd Lawrence, 


pilot 


fiimmer George, 


cooper 


Wade Samuel, 


blockmaker 


\^alter John, 


bookkeeper 


LUIHEER STREET. 


Williams Hugh, 


pilot 


Chaplain Martijij 


boatbuilder 



Cross John, 
Danson John. 
Emmett James, 
Lyon William, 
Martin Joseph, 
Newall John, 
Parry Miles, 



bricklayer 

joiner 

hatter 

plumber 

hatter 

mason 

pilot 



Roberts William, 
Smith John, 
Whitehead Joseph, 
Wilson Edward, 
Wilson John, 
Woodtine John, 



stationer 

shipwright 

watchmaker 

gunmakcr 

sawj'er 

butcher 



No. 5. 
The Box in Old Hall street near George's street. 

From tlie Box along Old Hall street, Fazakerley street, through the 
passage into Union streef, Old Hall streef, George s street, B^'eth 
Street, Ormond street. Umber street, ryllieh am street, up Silkhmse 
wient; lack again through Tyihelarn street to the Box. 

Brown Joshua, hairdresser 

Darlington Richard, sailmaker 
Hornby Hugh B. banker's clerk 
Houghton Robert, roper 



TYTHbBARN STREET. 

Amery Samuel, unholder 

Aspinall John, 

William, 



Burns Thomas, 
Burrows Ralph, 
Dyson John, 
Gorton James, 
Lowe William, 
Oldham Jones, 
Ryland Wilhara, 
Rymer Thomas, 
Saul James, 
Woodward Thos. jun. 



hairdresser 

tinman 

cabinet maker 

tailor 

bricklayer 

mariner 

cabinet-maker 

potter 

bookkeeper 

blacksmith 

shipwright 

shoemaker 



FAZAKERLEY STREET. 



Guile John, 
Jump Richard, 
M'Kay John, 
Waterson John, 
Webster Samuel, 

OLD HALL STREET. 

Brown Joshua, jun. merchant 



butcher 

tallow chandler 
mariner 
shipwright 
sailmaker 



Hughes Morris, mariner 

Potts Edward, cooper 

Swift Richard, whitecooper 

Terry William, joiner, 

George's street. 

Bunnell Thomas, cooper 

Leather John, currier 

Miller John, pilot 

Pennant John, butcher 

SILKHOUSE LANE. 

Cross Samuel, butcher 

Hardman Thomas, gunsmith 

BIXTETH STREET. 

Brownhill John, sailmaker 

Deane Thomas, boatbuilder 

Huntington William, blockmaker 

MoffittlPeter, boatbuilder 

Parry William, shipwright 

No.O. 
The Box near the bottom of Key street. 

From the Box up Key street, Plumle street, Maiden green, Ray street, 
return through the passage into Plumle street, through Bonny place, 
into Pall mcdl, Tythelarn street to the Box. 

Jackson Samuel, 

Langley Joseph, 



KEY STREET. 

Ainsworth Joseph, 
Bennett James, 
Bonny Richard, 
Bunnell John, 
Farnworth Jacob, 
lanson William, 
lanson William, jun 



cooper 

butcher 

joiner 

tallowchaudler 

blocknaaker 

butcher 

ditto 



Lunt Hugh, 
Lyon Timothy, 
Penington John, 
Wilson Alexander, 
VVoods James, 
Woosey Richard, 



painter 

butcher 

chandler 

pipemaker 

joiner 

shipwright 

cooper 

bookkeeper 



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Ray street. James Tliomns, 

hatter Jones Hugh, 

biickla}'ef Martin James, 

wraith Marsh James, 

watchmaker Page John, 

watdi engraver Roberts Richard, 

PLUMB STREET. pALL MALL. 

sawyer Birchall Henry, hairdresser 

gunuiaker Dawson William, 

joiner Gladding William, 

pilot Halsall .iames, 

whitesmith Hignett Samuel, 

cabinet maker Kenyon George, 

joiner Payne John, 

boatbuilder Rogerson Nathan, 

brazier Scales William, 

mariner Whitehead Henrv, 

No. 7. 
The Box near the bottom of Highfield street. 

From the Box up Highfield stircl, Maidens green, Westmorland street, 
Cockspiir street, ^Milk street,^ Tijlhcbarn street, Smilhjield street^ 
Pownall square, down Highfield street to the Box. 



Jackson Daniel, 
Jones John, 
Nelson William, 
Naylor Charles, 
Worthington Peter, 



BanEs Edward, 
Chadwich )cihn, 
Copple Thomas, 
Cullin William, 
Fazakerley John, 
Harrocks John, 

Jchn.jun. 

Harrison William, 
Holcroft James, 
Hooton Thomas, 



cooper 

pilot 

pilot 

pilot 

potter 

bricklayer 



baker 

marblcmasori 

bookkeeper 

slater ' 

turner 

brewer 

blcckmaker 

cabinet maker 

staymaker 



HIGIIFIELU STREET. 

Bonsall Robert, mariner 

Bushell Richard, boatbuilder 

Cotter Robert, shipwright 

Rowell William, boatbuilder 

Emmett Richard, hatter 

Goulbourn William, shipwright 

Harrison William, mariner 

Irlam William, joiner 

Jam?,s William, shipwriglit 

Lloyd Richard, shipwright 

Molyncux John, stationer 

Page James, pilot 

Preston Thomas, tallowchandler 

Ko we Thomas, boatbuilder 

Shanks James, grocer 

Simpkin Henry, - bookkeeper 

Tyrcr John, saiknakcr 

Williams James, painter 

Williamson John, cooper 

SMITHFIELD STREET. 

Hough James, watchtool niak. 

HuddU-'.ton Edward, cabnict maker 

Martin Thomas, hatter 

Pearson James, brass founder 

Travers James, ironmonger 

MILK STREET. 

Dunbobin John, ciiaimiaker 

Houghton George, cooper 

Nelson John, join-r 



jouier 
wheel v.ris 



:ht 



engraver 

joinar 

cabinetmaker 

tailor 

mason 

shoemaker 

shipwright 

shoemaker 

blacksmith 

brickmaker 



Smith .loshua, 
Thomas, 

UPFER MILK STREET. 

Astbury Samuel, 
Hutchtield William, 
Mears John, 

William, 

Moflitt Matthevv, 
Molyneux John H. 
Noble Thoi\bas, 
Pickton William, 
Smith James, 
Syers Thomas, 

POWNALL SaUARE. 

Catterall William, potter 
Kendall John, cabinet maker 

Milligan James, bricklayer 

GOCKSrUK STREET. 

Wigan John, shipwright 

WORFIELD STREET. 

Green John, jun. 
Johnson James, 
i Whitby William, 

[ WESTMORLAND STREET. 

j Gregson George, marble mason 

! I.idiate James, coidwainer 

i Moorcroft James, Ijricklayer 

: Pearson John, brassfounder 

i DICKSTON STREET. 

i Hughes Lewiii, roper 



sJioetnaker 

watclicasemak. 

labourer 



No. 8. 

The Box in Tytliebarn street, near Milk street. 
From the Box along Vauxhall road, Union Mill lane, Maryhone, to the 



Box again. 



VAUXHALL ROAD. 



Ackers James, cooper 

Allen James, roper 

Barton John, shipwright 

Blease Ralph, grocer 

Dodge James, joiner 

Evans John, pilot 

Galley Thomas, boatbuilder 

Haddock William, potter 

Heyes Joseph, blockmaker 

Martin William, shipwright 

Norris Robert, joiner 

John, millwright 

Parkinson William, mariner 

Ramsey William, tailor 

Wilding Robert, baker 

Woodburn John, brushmaker 

ALBION STREET. 

Hilton John, tailor 

BOWE STREET. 

Stananought Richard, blockmaker- 

MARYBONE. 



Gilmore Thoma--- 
Grundy John, 
Lyon John, 

- George, 
Whitbv David, 



bricklayer 

coo|5cr 

career 

bookkeeper 

baker 



GREAT CROSSHALL STREET, 

Joynson Peter H. merchant 

ADDISON STREET. 

Chadwick John, joiner 

Elbion John, hatter 

Haydock Henry, bricklayer 

Webster John, hatter 

OXFORD STREET. 

Purney James, shoemaker 

NORTHAMPTON STREET. 

Dutch Edward, cooper 

Pcnington Thomas, watchcase mak 

CUISENHALE STREET. 

Lightfoot Thomas, saihnaker 
Preston Edward, cooper 

Smith Richard, shipwright 

GASCOY.VC STREET. 

Baxter Siunuel, staymaker 

Biihell Edward, sailmaker 

Kusliell Thomas, baker 

Holliwell James, bricklayer 

Molyneux Janfes, brazier 

Tate Riehad S. cabinet maker 

Ta)dor Thomas, shipwright 

CLEMENTS STREET, 

Balmer James, cooper 

W^ATMOUGi; STREET. 

Harrison Robert, bricklayer 

The Box in Vauxhall road, near Freemason's row. 

From the Box along Freemason's row into the Ormskirk road; return 
through Banastre street, across Vauxhall road, to the end of JVed- 
morland street, and back to the Box. 

Rigby William, jun. brazier 

BANASTRE STREET. 



Mo. 



FREEMASON S ROW. 

Balmer James W. engraver 
Gore John, roper 

Leather John, currier 



Brown Ritiiaid, 
Harrison Samuel, 



barber 
ironfounder 



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No. 10. 

The Box in Vauxliall road near the bottom of Maguire 

street. 

From the Box up Magitire sh\eet and bach again, and to the streets now 
laying out far hiildlng. 



ECCLES STREET. 

F&rshaw James, tallow chandler 

Martin Thomas, jun. broker 
Sutton Edward, soapboiler 

GLADSTONE STREET 

Gerard Jonathan, soapboiler 



MAGUIRE STREET. 

Kayes James, math, inst.mak, 

Hindlej' Thomas, barber 

Holden Thomas, mariner 

Stopforth Thomas, brazier 



ISlo. 11. 
The Box at Bevington bush near the Bush tavern. 

From the Box along the back lane down Gildart's garden ; back again 
to the hack lane, through the passage by the Mills, to tlie Ormskirk 
road, and back again to the Box. 



BEVINGTON BUSH. 

Brannegan Richard, gardner 
Brown Thomas, 
Davies Walter, 
Glovf r John, 
James, 



Grey Edward, 



roper 

painter 

bookkeeper 

sailmaker 

joiner 



EDGAK STREET, 

Brown Thomas, cabinet maker 

William, bricklayer 

gildakt's garoen. 
Pornby Thomas, watchmaker 



Richardson Charles, cooper 

MILE ENb. 

Blackstock Edward^ gentleman 
Mather John, cooper 

Penkett Henry, cooper 

EIMEKILN lane. 

Evans William, giocer 

Kirby James, bookbinder 

SUMMER SEAT. 

Campbell James, joiner 

Jones Hughes, cabinet maker 



No. 12. 
The Box in the Ormskirk road, top of Cavendish street. 

From the Box dmvn Cavendish street, along Scotland road, vp the new 
street opposite the Porter Brewm-y, along the Ormskirk road, down 
a new street laid out by Messrs. Lace &f Orred, into Scotland road, 
round by the Tan-house, atid to the Box. 

SAWNEY POPE STREET. 

bricklayer 

shipcbandler 

breeches maker 

plaisterer 

plaisterer 

shipwright 

joiner 



CAVENDISH STREET. 

Bradle)' Thomas, baker 

Eaton John, engraver 

Johnson John, hoatbuilder 

Place Ehsha, shoemaker 

MADDOX STREET. 

Warren Samuel. silversmith 

brown's COURT. 

:Bro'.vn James, tinman 



Fisher John, 
Glover Thomas, 
Hazlehurst Samuel, 
Marsh Thomas, 

William, 

Richardson Thomas, 
Youd John, 



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SCOTLAND 


ROAD. 


MILTON STREET. 


Francis Robert, 


bricklayer 


Mdoney Peier, boatbuilder 


ITadwen Isaac, 


.silversmith 


HARRISON STREET. 


Sir.clair Alexander, 


shipwiight 


Elston Leigh, bookkaeper 


Southward Richard, 


roper 


VIRGIL STREET. 


Stordy John, 


merchant 


Catterall William, corkcutter 


IJnsworth William, 


roper 


Lea Thomas, painter 


Welhcrherd Wm. 


merchant 


EDGAR STREET. 

Thompson Joseph, coachmaker 




No 


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The Box in Rosephice, corner of Major hill. 

From the Box up Rose place, Grosvenor street. Beau street ; call in 
Cazneau street, proceed along Beau street, Trinket street. Rose 
place ; cull in Cazneau street, and to the Box. 



ROSE PLACE. 

Carroll 'Viiliam, gentleman 

Haliday Samuel, 
Lalie Wm. Chas. 

William, 

Matthews William, 
Philips John, 
Bigby Thomas, 
Wright Mark, 
Thomas, 



BEAU STREET. 

j .Tee John Audit-)', merchant 

gov. wk. house Kenyfpii James, merchant 



merchant 

ditio 

coo[)er 

bricklayer 

bricklayer 

bookkeeper 

ditto 



CAZNEAU STREET. 

Bird William, accountant 



GREAT NELSON STREET. 

Woodward Alex. merchant 

BELLE STREET. 

Porter Thomas, shipwright 

COMUS STREET. 

Cooke William, grocer 

Fisher Samuel, cooper 

Mawdbley Robert, blacksmith 

CHAUCER STREET. 

Banks Joseph, grocer 



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No. 14. 



The Box in Rose hill. 

street, past St. ylnne's Church, Trinket 

street, Richmond row. Mayor hill, up street, to the 



From the Box up 
stree 
Box 

ROSE HILt. 

Comber Andrew, merchant 
Jones William, butcher 

GREAT RICHMOND STREET. 

Penkett Thomas, watchmaker 



ST. ANNE S. 

Lyon Lee, mariner 

MtYOR HILL. 

Webster Thomas, brazier, 

MEADOWS STREKT. 

Meadows William, sailor 



No. 15. 
The Box in St. Anne's street. 



From the Box up 



street, Soho street, Richmond row ; hack 



again to Soho square, Queen Anne street, and to the Box, 

Rigmaiden John, broker 

ST. ANNe's STREET. 



SOHO STREET. 

Holmes John, cooper 

Johnson Richard, bricklayer 

• Uriah, merchant 



Robinson Nicholas, 
Ward Robert, 



merchant 
merchant 



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SOIIO SaUARE. 

ttawiinson Robert, baker 

MANSFIELD STKBET. 

Cartwright William, merchant 
Fairhurst "William, shoemaker 



Wright John, 
Coleman Leigij, 
Robert, 



bookkeeper 
mercliant 
ditto 
carpenter 



Kaye Robert, 

No. 16. 
The Box in Upper Islington, corner of Soho street. 

From the Box down Islington; through the Passage, across King street, 
Soho, Trinitij place, Spring field street, turn in Soho street, towards 
Queen June Hrect ; Lack again to Upper Islington, Birchfield. 

BiRcHnELD. j Lightbody John, jun. merchant 

Kwarl William, merchant | 

No. 17. 

The Box in St. Anne's street, corner of Springfield 

street. 

From the Box along St, Anne's street to the end of Queen Anne street ; 
lack again, up Springjield street, through Trinitij place, down Kins 
street, Soho, St. Anne's street, Upper Islington, Clare street, and 
to the Box. 



CLAKE STKEET. 

Beech John, cooper 

Bromley John, bricklayer 

Cajjper Robert, bricklayer 

Cutler Henry, merchant 

Eitson James, mariner 

KING STREET, SOHO. 

Lace William, mariner 

Raihbone Samuel, cooper 
ST. anne's »teet. 

Elundell Rev. Wm. clerk 

Cooper Joseph, painter 

Gerard James, physician 

Gildart John, esquire 

No. 18. 
I'he Box at the bottom of Richmond row. 

From the Box up Richmond row, Birket street, fur?!, into St. Anne's street 

towards Richmond row, back down street, across Christian 

street, Thurlow street, to the Box. 



Hayes Tlioraa?, 
Molynenx William, 
Moore Henry G. 
Tarlton John, jun. 
Taylor James, 
Thompson T. Pepper, 
Wright Wm. Naylor, 

SPRINGFIELD 

Chubbard Thomas, 
Hornby James, 
Lowndes Thomas, 

TRINITY I-LACE. 

Gildart Rev. James, clerk 



merchant 

sailmaker 

merchant 

merchant 

ironmonger 

merchant 

merchant 

STREET. 

painter 

merchant 

merchant 



RICHMOND 

Alison Richard, jun. 
Banner 'Ihomas, 
J^ircball Jonathan, 
— — — John, 



ROW. 

merchant 
gentleman 
bookkeeper 
cooper 



■ T.Wainewrig. carpenter 



Rirchall John, 
Byrom Valentine, 
Calverley William, 
Hill Joseph, 
Holden Thomas, 
Kelsliaw William, 



shipwright 

grocer 

hatter 

slater 

gunmaker 

watch seal mak 



Lyon George, 

George, 

Nicholson Matthew, 
Parson John, 
Robinson Joseph, 



potter 

tobacconist 

gentleman 

brazier 

letter case mak 



Swettenham Thomas, glazier 
Taylor Thomas, mariner 

BIRKETT STREET. 

Fairclough William, bookkeeper 

No. 



THURLOW STREET. 

Hyde John, merchant 

MYRTLE STREET. 

Rutson W. C. broker 

BACK MANSFIELD STREET. 

Cross Adam, cabinet maker 

Thompson Robert, sailmaker 

DOWNE STREET. 

Unwin Robert, baker 

19. 



The Box at the bottom of Gerard street. 

From the Box alo?ig Byrom. street to the Mug Wcn-ks, lack again up 

Circus sti-eet, turn in Christian street, to near street, lack 

again along Christian street, down Gerard street, to the Box. 



GERARD 

Amery Robert, 
Barker George, 
Connelly John, 
Coventry Ralph, 
Lea .lames, 
Frescott John, 
Taylor Edward 
Thompson Henry, 
Wilson William, 
Wolfe Col. James, 

BACK GERARD 

Currie James, 
Fisher William, 

John, 

Ormandy William, 

CIRCUS 

Banks John, 
Barton John, 
Edwards Edward, 
Lunt James, sen. 
Xorris Richard, 
Parker Henry, 
Whitely Solomon, 
Worrall James, 



STREET. 

staymak«r 

grocer 

roper 

roper 

cooper 

stonemason 

bookkeeper 

painter 

roper 

slater 

STREET. 

baker 
shoemaker 
tobacconist 
tanner 

STREET. 

tailor 

bricklayer 

chandler 

mason 

cooper 

cooper 

upholder 

blockmaker 



PEERS S COURT. 

Lunt James, mason 

PORTLAND PLACE. 

Hughes John, plaisterer 

Murray Bartholomew, roper 
baker 



Williams Thomas, 

CHRISTIAN 

Beckwith Thomas, 
Berry James, 
Peck Samuel, 
Sutton John, 
Trueman Daniel, 
Wilson Jas. Parr, 

GKUB 

Coventry Hugh, 
Langley Thos. L. 
Lord James, 
Molyneux John, 
Morris Thomas, 
Tyrer James, 

BAPTIST 

Green William, 
Stanaway Richard, 

REDMOND 



STREET. 

gentleman 

roper 

merchant 

shipwright 

bricklayer 

merchant 

STREET. 

sailmaker 

baker 

bricklayer 

sailmaker 

joiner 

painter 

STREET. 

roper 
roper 

PLAGE. 

cooper 



Whitby William, 

No. 20. 
The Box west end of Islington row. 

From the Box through Mill lane, down Htinter street to the School, 
lack again 10 Christian street, turn to the end vf Gerard street^ 
lack again along Upper Islington to th end of Clare street, and to 
the Box. 

Lyon Edmund, jun. 
Roberts Robert, 

Smith John, 



CAMDEN STREET, 

Banner Samuel, druggist 

M1LLJ.ANE. 

^pnny Richard, bricklayer 



pamter 

cabinet maker 
joiner 




,\ 




5a 

No. 21. 
■ The Box in Byiom street, bottom of Clayton street. 

From the Box along Byrom street, up Hunter street, through the Pas- 
sage into Clayton street, through Mill place, turn down Shaw's 
how, into Byrom street, to the Box. 



37 



BYKOM 


STREET. 


Ash John, 


roper 


BJrchail Edmund, 


grocer 


Castell lames^ 


hatter 


Clough Thomas, 


cordwainer 


Cropper Richard, 


butcher 


El,ton WilHam, 


cabinet maker 


Grindley .lames. 


butcher 


Hartley James, 


barber 


Howard W. jun. 


plumber 


Kenyon Henry, 


silversmith 


Marsh Peter^ 


cabinet maker 


Sykes Ben. Sandford, boolckeeper 


SHAW's 


BROW. 


Barton Thomas, 


mariner 


Coventry Ralph, 


roper 


Cropper Enoch, 


joiner 


Eaton William, 


hatter 


Gerard Thomas, 


brushmaker 


Haydock John, 


tallow chandler 


Highfield John, 


cabitiet maker 


Hunter Rowland, 


mariner 


Huson Nathan, 


potter 


Johnson John, 


plaisterer 


MagiU llalph. 


cabinet maker 


Molyneux John, 


roper 




No 



Pearson John, , 
Pennington Selh, 
Pierpoint Edward, 
Sibbering William, 
Wilson Henry, 
Winstanley John, 

HUNTER 

Bradley John, 
Clare Tiios. jun. 
Hoaksey Thomas, 
Lyon Thomas, 
Oddie Robert, 
Richardson Joseph, 
Shallcross Thomas, 
Robert's 
Copple James, 
Padmore Rf)bert, 

bkownbill's 
Gaskell John, 

MILL PLACE. 

Gee James, roper 
Gerard John, sailmaker 
Nehemiah, joiner 

CLAYTON STREET. 

Hambleton James, roper 
Smith William, sailmaker 



roper 

potter 

potter 

baker 

chandler 

bricklayer 

STREET. 

mariner 

merchant 

slater 

coach maker 

bookkeeper 

bricklayer 

smith 

STREET. 

joiner 
sailmaker 

COURT. 

joiner 



The Box in Dale street, bottom of North street. 

Fro^n the Box up North street, along Mr. Cross's Jield, turn into True- 
■man street about Jijty yards, buck again to Mr. Cross's field, through 
Fontenoy street, to the bottom of Dale street, back again aboiitfi/ty 
yards up Truemun street, hack again to Dale street, and the Box: 



M 



NORTH STREET. 

Arrowsmiih John, tobacconist 

Birkelt James, 

Cooper George, 

Heylan Dominick, 

Moulson Holbrooij, 

Rigby Peter, 

Turner .tohn, 

I John, 

FONTENOY STREET. 

Ashcroft Cliarles, storemason 



manner 

boatbailder 

shipwright 

shoemaker 

shoemaker 

potter 

watchmaker 



Birchall Henry, 
Robert, 



Brownbill James, 
Dean Thomas, 
Forshaw Richard, 
Rows John, 
Stanaway James, 
John, 

WEBSTER STREET. 

Balmer Thomas, watchmaker 

Edraondsofl John, cooper 



slater 

roper 

bricklayer 

cooper 

blacksmith 

sailmaker 

roper 

roper 



Robinson Thos. B. watchmaker 
Webster Thomas, plaisterer 

Whittaker Richard, watch sp. mak 

HALE srREET. 



Bellis J Saunders, 
Corless Roger, 
Farnworih Henry 
Guy Thomas, 
Guyle Thumas L. 
Hamer Jo-cph, jun. 
Hope Benjamin, 
Hopwood John, 



labourer 
cabinet inaker 
block maker 
shoemaker 
tailor 
baker 

breeches maker 
potter 

Na 



Nichols William, PQtter 
Smith William, cabinetmaker 
John, cabinetmaker 

HATTON GARDEN. 

Colley John P. joiner 
John, jun, joiner 

TRUE MAN STREET. 



Dawson James, 
Ellison Richard, 
Parr John, 
Wright Robert, 

23. 



cooper 
cooper 
roper 
bricklayer 



The Box in Wykes' court. 

rom the Box vp Dale street, a little way up Cheapside, lack to Dale 
street, up Hockenhall's alley, Croston court, Cheapside to the top-, 
hack through Fairhursl street, across Mr. Cross's land, to Johnson s 
street. Dale street, to the Box. 

M.B.— Hockenhall's alley is more generally known by the name of Molyneux's wient. 



MOLYNEUX S WIENT, 

Astle William, 
Bruffield Samuel, 
Thomas, 



baker 
roper 
roper 
roper 
shipwright 



Fazakerley James, 
Ryder Thomas, 

Johnson's street. 
Jump John, roper 

Lund George P. joiner 

Thompson Richard, tailor 

CHEAPSIDE. 



Bulmcr John, 
Fairlmrst William, 
Harvey Enoch, 
— — James, 



whitesmith 
breeches maker 
brewer 
cooper 

No. 24. 



Harvey Samuel, 
Holmes Edward, 
Edward, 



Hoskison John, 
Lunt Joshua, 
M'Donald Joseph, 
Nay lor John, 
Newall Nathaniel, 
Pennington James, 
Rigley John, 

WY'KES' 

Cave James, 

fairhurst street. 
Jenyons Peter, cooper 



soapboiler 
plaisterer 
joiner 

wacchtool mak. 
brick layer, 
clockmaker 
blacksmith 
cabinet maker 
china manuiac. 
shipwright 

COURT. 

watchcase mak 



The Box at the bottom of Hale street. 

From the Box up Hale street, through the passage into Batchelor street, 
Tythebarn street, a little way down Orange street ; back again to 
Tytliebarn street, down Cuntiffe street, through the passage into 
Vernon street. Dale street, up Batchelor street, through the passage 
into Hale street, a?id the Box. 

HALE STREET. 

Bailer Richard, staymaker 

Page Thomas, shiprwight 

ORANGE STREET. 

Barkley James, slater 

I 



Bate George, 
INIassey James, 
Miller Robert, 


cooper 
boatbuilder 
tallow chandler 


Wilding John. 
Peter, 


roper 
glazier 



t 



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CUNtlFFE 

Hill Henry-, 
Stringer Bancroft, 

VERNON 

Baxter Richard, 
Bradshaw James, 
Clarke Thomas, 
Gorton Richard, 

Thomas, 

Green Thomas, 
Hornby Thomas, 
Kitchen William, 
Knowles Thomas, 
Maddocks Thomas, 
Marsh Aaron, 
Oldham Jamts, 
Rigby "William, 
Walton John, 



STREET. 

waggoner 
bricklayer 

STREET. 

shoemaker 

cabinetmaker 

iron founder 

brazier 

cabinet maker 

shoemaker 

sailniaker 

linmnn 

bricklayer 

cabinet maker 

brushmaker 

joiner 

brazier 

joiner 

No. 



Walton John, 
Warswick Percival, 
Warwick Richard, 

Johnson's 
Bridge John, 

William, 

Harrison William, 
Parry George, 
Woollen T. jun. 

BATCHELOR 

Brooks Robert, 
Brown Robert, 
Ellison Isaac, 



jonier 
roper 
slater & plaist. 

COURT. 

roper 

roper 

roper 

cooper 

black-smiih 

STREET. 

butcher 

butcher 

sailmaker 

marblemason 

butcher 

mariner 



Forrest Joseph, 

Higglnson William, 

Holmes William, 

Wainwright Thomas, blacksmith 

25. 



The Box in Tempest's hey, top of Leather lane. 

From the Box dawn I'VUUam street, vp Dale street, Hackin's hey to 
■near tJie top, turn through the higher Pas'tage into Tetnpest's he//, 
Bijlcy's garden, Steven's wient, Tylheharn street, Moorfields, Dale 
street, up Queen's court, and hack again to Dale street, vp Leather 
lane, to the Box. 



tempest's hey. 


Clare Joseph, 


saddler 


Blower Thomas, 


cooper 


Turner William, 


grocer 


Holmes John, 


bricklayer 


hackin's 


hey. 


Slater Daniel, 


shoemaker 


Eccleston Henry, 


sailmaker 


Williams William, 


sailniaker 


Hargreaves Robert, 


hatter 


Woods Thomas, 


cooper 


Kirkby Thomas, 


blacksmith 


LEATHER 


LANE. 


Meadows Thomas, 


brusiimaker 


Parkinson Timothy, 


roper 


Oiiv James, 


painter 


T/rer James, 


shipwright 


Robinson Joseph, 


hatter 


aUEEN's COURT. 


Woods William, jun. 


painter 


Leather Francis B. 


shoemaker 


uyley's garden. 


MOOEriELDS. 


Jones John, 


cordwainer 


Draper William, 


shoemaker 


Lowe Edward, 


cabinet niak 


Mercer James, 


carpenter 


Parron James, 


butcher 


Naylor Thomas, 


tailor 


Pretjtou Thoma.s, 


sailmaker 


Smith Thomas, 


roper 


Quilliam .lames. 


cooper 


DALE STREET. ] 


Threlfall Robert, 


shipwright 


Byrom William, 


druggist 





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59 

No. 20. 
The Box East side of the Exchange, top of Dale street. 

From the Bar along High street ^^oss inta th^lackj^^^^^^^^ 

iVoodward's offices, dawn Dale stree, t^o Hach^ '^1/ -^ 

Sweetin" street, along the east side oj Cattle stuc to ^i^ .. 
of Dak street, cross to the west side of Castle street, cthng tha^ide 

Ln Brnnsnuck street, lower Castle ^'ffV'r/zlfExcteo.T^" 
change. Exchange alley, round the north side of the hxchan^e, 

tlie Box. 



dale STREET. 

Copple James, bookkeeper 



Nevett Edward, 
Renshaw Henry, 
Wcstmore John, 
Wilson Thomas, 

CASTLE STREET. 

ITardcy George, merchant 



printer 
brazier 
brazier 
saddler 



Hatton Benjamin, hatter 
Watkinson Samuel, brushmaker 

ELBOW LAME. 

Pooley Henry, shipwright 

HIGH STREET. 

liari^reaves Jas. jun. hatter 
Roscoe John, grocer 



No. 2/. 

The Box in the New street, West of Exchange alley, 
near Water street. 

W.T.. .1..". "»"»'" '''"' "■ P»™'>"''" 

Bailey John, 
Brandrelh William, 
Kenny Edward, 
Ledward Edward, 
— Charles, 



joiner 

merchant 

pilot 

lialttr 

hatter 

gentleman 



Neveit William, 
Tomliuson John, 

Richard, 



Lowndes Charles, 

dean's court. 

Salthouse William, shipwright 
chapel street. 

hairdresser 

butcher 

mariner 

shipwright 

shipwright 

shipwright 



Benson William, 
Blakeley Robert, 
Campbell John, 
Corkhill John, 
Dawson Peter, 
Edwards John, 



broker 

merchant 

merchant 

pilot 

barber 



Whittle William 

Wild James, 

Woodward Jeremiah, chandler 

. J. H. shipwright 

COVENT GARDEN. 

Darrah William, cooper 

Tittle Bryan, merchant 

PEMBERTON's ALLEY. 

Edwards Thomas, mason 
F-rnworlli Ihomas, shipwright 
Farrer John, shoemaker 

Walkington Nicholas, pHot 



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No. 28. 

The Box in Drury larie, near Brunswick street. 

Fwviihe Box down Brunswick street, along Goree causcivay, Strir.aers 
alley turn past the Merchants' Coffeehouse, fhrousli the Clmrch 
yard, a ong the Dry Dock quay, up Chapel street, dong the East 
sidey>J the Old Churchyard, Tower garden, up Water stieet, to the 
end oj Uiorley street, back a-ain through Drury lane, to the Box. 

Driiikvvattr John, merchant 

Lowe I'homas, gentleman 



Wilbraham William, cooper 

WATER STREET. 

Jackson John, brazier 
Richard, merchant 



OLD CHURCH YARD. 

Corrie William, broker 

Greenham Robert. merchant 

Jones Richard, gentleman 

Pearce Thomas, bogtbuilder 

DKURY LANE. 

Drinkwater George, merchant 

No. 20, 
The Box at the South end of lower Castle street. 

FronilheBoxdoJvnthe Old Ropery, Drury lane, vp Brunswick street, 
Uiorley street, up Wate^- street, Fenwick street, up Brunswick street, 
Castle street, round the South side of St. George's Church, Preeson' s 
row, to the Box. * 



coefk's buildings. 
Amery Richard, shoema!:Kr 

CASTLE STREET. 

Houghton James, hatter 

CHORLEY STREET. 

Appleton Barih. mariner 

i'Riseson's row. 
Benson Robert P. grocer 
James, bookkeeper 



Benson John, merchant 
Gill Joseph, butcher 
John, butcher 

DERBY SaUARE. 

Charnley James, grocer 

BRUNSWICK STREET. 

Heywood Arthur, banker 

FENWICK STREET. 

Shone Joseph, baker 



No. 30. 
The Box at the North end of New Strand street. 

From the Box almig Goree causeway, to the lottom of Brunswick street, 
vp Moore street,rmmd the Fish market, down James' street, visitin<r 
the Courts on tlw South side. Sea brow, Redcross street, Binl 
street, to the Box. 



James's street. 
BirchallJohn. flaxdresser 

biicklayer 
saddler 
tobacconist 
roper 
grocer 
grocer 
watchmaker 
hatter 



Denton James, 
Holden John, 
Leech BezelicI, 
Mackee John, ' 
Manifold James, 

Peter, 

Metcalf Townley, 
Owen Charles, 



Clay Thomas, 



MOORE STREET. 



irpiujionger 



Clay Thomas, jun. ironmonger 
Ralph, ironmonger 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

Copple Jonathan, boatbuilder 

Pritchard Richard, pilot 

Stringer Thomas, blockmaker 

Winstanley William, smith 

George's dock. 

Cummins Hugh, hairdresser 

Manning John, pilot 






61 

No. 31. 
The Box in New Strand street, near Steers's wient. 

From the Box up Redcross street to the top, lack again, through Benn's 
garden. Pool lane, Liiherland lane. Crooked lane. Steers s lane, 
Diton's wient, to the Box. 



REDCROSS STREET. 

Berry Richard Wm. tobacconist 
Goodwin Samuel, maruier 
Joynson Arthur, shipwright 
Nickson Joseph, cooper 
Revell Thomas, cooper 
Speakman John, hatter 
Edward, saiimaker 

DRY DOCK. 

Birchall Daniel, saiimaker 

merger's COURT. 

Bird William, blockmaker 

ben'n's garden. 
Briscoe Charles, blockmakfcr 

Kelshaw Richard, roper 

Lewis David, shipwright 



Woodward John, cooper 

crooked lane. 
Burtmshaw William, mariner 

Pye Peter, saiimaker 

Roberts Peter, saiimaker 

Robinson William, cooper 

Scott William, mariner 

Taggart John, shipwright 

STRAND STREET. 

Davits Edward, shipwright 

. — ■ Edward, anchorsmilh 

.Mason Thomas, pipemaker 

Scott Jonathan, baker 

Stringfellow Richard, watchmaker 

STEEKB' LANE. 

Greenwood John, boatbuilder 



No. 32. 



near King street. 



ane, 

me, down Alherlou street, fcalUng 
lane,) Paradise street, up 



Kins 



The Box in Trafford's 1 

From the Box up King .'street. Pool I 
in Trafford's lane and Keni/on 

street, Trafford's lane. Cooper's row. Paradise street. Customhouse 
lane, to the Box- 

trafford's lane. 
Barber James, cooper 

Kirmode Carbineer, roper 

POOL LANE. 

Bunnell William, butcher 

William, 

James, 

Corfe Joseph, jun. 



butcher 

butcher 

butcher 

hatter 

potter 

butcher 

bookkeeper 



Downes Richard C. 
Harrison John, 
Palmer Thomas, 
Shaw William, 

PARADISE STREET. 

Calvert Samuel, shopkeeper 

Finney James, shoemaker 

Wilkinson Henry, saddler 

ATHERTON STRELT. 

Connell Hugh, cabinet inaker 

Capper James, cooper 

HarrisoQ Thomas, baker 



Penington William, 
Skiilicorn Robert, 
Spencer John, 

BROMnSLD 

Croft Joseph, 

MURRAY 6 

Collier William, 

Baxter's 
Pierpoint Edward, 

KING ST 

Farren Thomas, 
Gill Henry, 
Hall William, 
Ligoe John, 
I,)on Robert, 
Marsh Isaac, 
Pciiington John, 
RoDir.son William, 
Stretch James, 
Williams William, 



plaislerer 
shipwright 
brazier 
STI! eet. 
upholder 

aUARE. 

shipwright 

COURT. 

mariner 

BEET. 

shipwright 

cabinet maker 

butcher 

joiner 

shipwright 

cabinetmaker 

joiner 

cooper , 

shipwright , 

bookkeeper 



VX: 






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62 



Heyes James, 
M'Donald James, 
Pritchard John, 
Sherlock Henry, 
Taylor Edward, 



OLD DOCK. 

joiner 
mercer 



cooper 

shipwright 

hairdresser 



Taylor John, hairdresser 

coopek's how. 
Hoay John, cooper 

Jones John, mariner 

Tatlock Willidrn, cooper 



i 



No. 



The Box in Thomas street, near Love lane. 

From the Box up Tknnm .sircct, turn a little wmj down Pool lane, lack 
((gain, a little way doiin Cable street, back through Cmtle ditch, 
doivn Lord street, Marshall street, Cable street, "Paradise street, 
to the bottom if yltherlua street, back again up Thomas street, to 
the Box. 



CABLE STREET. 

Atherton William, joiner 
Fazakerley George, 
Fogg Samuel, 
Hunter AVilliam, 
Knowles John, 
Mavcock Bobert, 
M'Gowen John, 

Robert, 

Basil. 



sailmaker 

merchant 

saddler 

smith 

Iniiclier 

sliipwright 

liosier 

bookkeeper 

cabinet maker 

cabinetmaker 



Sharp John, 
— — John, juri 

CASTLE DITCH. 

Inglcfield William, butcher 

POOL LANE. 

Bettys Benjamin, upho'der 

Barton AVil!iam, ironmonger 

Derbyshire William, boatbiiilder 

Fogg James, butcher 

LOVE LANE. 

^laUiorn Charles, baskctmakcr 

Weiisler Samuel, breadbaker 

MAKSHALL STUJiET. 

Fisher John, sailmaker 

Rowe Hornby, victualler 

Tristram's court. 
Nelson Samuel, cabinet maker 



THOMAS street. 

Blakeney John Iliil, briisimiaker 

Cottam John, 

Dickinson Thomas, 

Eltun John, 

laiierson Thomas, 

Fisher Samuel, 



Formby Henry, 
Harper William, 
liiggins Edward, 
Kelsall Thomas, 
Mather Nathan, 
Smith John, 
! oseph. 



Woodward Peter, 
Yates WiUiau), 

LORD stheet. 
Ansdell T. GritHths, blockmaker 



shipwright 

shipwright 

roper 

cordw.niner 

shipwright 

shipwright 

brai'i.-r 

boaibnilder 

shipwright 

hatter 

shoemaker 

shipwright 

bricklayer 

shipwright 



Torfe Benjamin, 
Rosson Andrew, 
James, 



Sowerby Peter, 
Waiuwright Wm. 



butcher 

upholder 

upholder 

cheesemonger 

blockniaker 



Cashell William, 
Hesketh Charles, 
Holland, 



PARADISE street. 

gilder 



drapef 
draper 
mariner 



I Rushton Edward, 
No. 34. 
The Box in Harrington street, near John street. 

F)wn the Box up Harrington street. Castle ditch, to the top of Lord 
street ; back to Castle street, Orange coi/rt, Cook street, John street, 
down Maithew street, Rainsford's garde??, Harrington street, Doran's 
wient, Ixird street, New John street, to the Box. 






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HARRINGTON STREET. 



Chadwick John, 
Cheshire Thomas, 
Fazakerley Thomas, 
Harrison .lames, 
Hunter Robert, 

MATTHEW 

Harrison William, 
Pyke Robert, 



brazier 

boatbuilder 

smith 

sailmaker 

hatter 

STREET. 

cooper 
baker 



Ward James, cooper 

COOK. STREET. 

Harrison William, ctbinet maker 
Ratclifte John S. butcher 

CASTLE STREET. 

Harvey John, hatter 

EAINFORD's GARDEN. 

Kirkham James, joiner 

Parry Thomas, nailer 



No. 35. 



The Box in Temple street, near Temple lane. 

From the Box lo John street, Prince's street. Dale street, down Tem[j£ 
lane, into Temple court, up Temple street, into Dale street, thrmigk 
Jolui street fo the Box. 



JOHN 


STREET. 


TEMPLE 


street. 


Abbott Edward, 


saddler 


Baron Thomas, 


mariner 


- James, 


pocket book m. 


Davies Thomas, 


tobacconist 


Almond James, 


tailor 


Forshaw Joseph, 


merchant 


Clare Matthew, 


sailmaker 


prince's street. 


Ellison John, 


shipwright 


Bibby Thomas, 


cabinet maker 


Gill James, 


cooper 


Chaffers Anthony 


B. bookkeeper 


Robinson James, 


tailor 


Corrin Robert, 


cabinet maker 


Smith Thomas, 


shoemaker 


Lassells Thurston, 


joiner 


DALE 


STREET. 


James, . 


St ay maker 


Pratchett W. P. 


druggist 


Woods George, 


pruiter 


Thomas Joseph, 


druggist 







No. 36. 
The Box at the upper end of Derby street. 

From the Box down Derby street, Whitechapel, Lord street, Doran's 
wient, Harrington street, Button street, np Stanley street, into 
Dale street, down Davies's street, Stanley street, Poplar lajie. 



Bakehouse lane, to the Box. 



STANLE V 

Astley Thomas, 

Thomas, jun 

Barton John, 
Careful James, 
Fairhurst Robert, 
Fall ner W'illiam, 
Green Thomas, 
Guile William, 
Higham Thomas, 
Holland Thomas, 
M'Knight John, 
Paull John, 
Robinson Thomas, 



STREET. 

engraver 
. engraver 

slater & plaister 

shipwright 

cabinfet maker 

nailor 

roper 

shipwright 

cooper 

cooper 

sailmaker 

cabinet maker 

cabinet maker 



DERBY S 

Atkinson William, 
Bamber John, 
Brew Philip, 
Foster William, 
Gorton John, 
Johnson Fienry, 

: Jose|)h, 

Rigby Robert, 
Saul Nathaniel, 
Woolfall Abraham, 

POPLAR 

Atherton Thomas, 
Halsall Jehu, 



TREBT. 

cabinet maker 

painter 

tooacconist 

brazier 

ca'oinet maker 

slater & plaist. 

slater 

joiner 

whiiestniih 

potter 

LANE. 

blacksmith 

blacksmith 






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BAKEHOUSE LANE. 

Brew John. cabinet maker 

Dixon Thomas, johier 

DALE STBEET. 

Donathan Thomas, blockmaker 
Draper James, shoemaker 



Seed Henry, slater 

DAVIES'S STREET. ^ 

Benson Richard, watch engraver 

Massey Matthew, cabinet maker 

Pemberton William, nailor 

Whitehead Richard, slater 

No. 37. 
The Box about fifty yards up New Peter street. 

From the Box down New Peiei- street, along Whilechapel, up Cumber- 
land street, into Dale street, down Sir Thomas's Buildings, to tfie 
Box. 



PETER STR 

Abbott William, 
Bollin Robert, 
Bloor Thomas, 
Brotherton William, 
Catterall John, 
Chester John, 
Cox William, 
Farrer John, 
Fletcher John, 
Guy Richard, 
Halstead Robert, jun. 
Lea Thomas, 
Metcalfe John, 
Parkinson William, 
Pye Joseph, 
Quayle Edward, 
Robinson John, 
Rimmer Joseph, 
Scroder William, 
Seddon Henry, 
Tap!ey tJohn, 
Whitfield William, 



EET. 

mariner 

glazier 

baker 

baker 

mariner 

cabinet maker 

roper 

roper 

pilot 

cabinet maker 

joiner 

cooper 

watchmaker 

cooper 

brazier 

shipwriijht 

plaisterer 

cabinet maker 

bricklayer 

roper 

cooper 

cooper 



Wilding Thomas, 
Yeoward Richard, 

CUMBERLAND 

Arrowsmidi John, 
Daulby James, 
Foster James, 
Knowles William, 
Newhouse William, 
Smith Thomas, 
Talbot John, 



boatbuildei 
cooper 

STREET. 

cooper 

blockmaker 

cabinet maker 

joiner 

labourer 

slater 

roper 



WHITECHAPEL. 



Fisher Thomas, 
Reed Charles, 

Roger, 

John, 

Webb John, 

SIR Thomas's 
Cunliffe Richard, 
Fox Robert, 
Maybrick William, 
Moffitt William, 

Rea John, 

guy's 

Brown William, 



dyer 

cabinet maker 

cabinet maker 

bookkeeper 

shoemaker 

BUILDINGS. 

jeweller 
pawnbroker 
watch tool mak. 
gentleman 
cooper 

ENTRY. 

cabinet maker 



zYo. 3S. 
The Box at the top of Spitalfields. 

From ike Box down Spilaljields, Whitechapel, up Great Charlotte 
street, down Hood street, road to the Hoperies, JFhtechapel, up 
Crosslmll street, Shawldll street, and the higher cud f ^^^^fj^'; 
street, back again up Crosshall street, Dab street, doivn Picston 
street, to the Box. 

Jennings .lames, mason 



SPITALFIELDS. 

Barton John, roper 

Bradshaw John, shipwright 

Edwards George, roper 



Jones Amos, 
Page Richard, 
Woosey John, 



roper 
joiner 



blockmaker 



CR0SSH.\.LL 

Baxter John, 
Brownsvvord John, 
CorU-ss William, 
Davies Charles, 
Ellis Samuel, 
Hamp-.on William, 

■ lames, 

Hardinan James, 

Killard John, 
Kirkman Thomas, 

Leatherbartow Hen. 

Newall Thomas, 

Parry William, 

Reed John, 

Shaw John, 

SiiTiner Thomas, 

Swift Henry, 

Webster Henry, 

. — John, 

- Newby, 

Wotsley John, 
Worthington John, 

SHAWHILL 

Bibby Thomas, 
Harrison John, 
Jones John, 
Page Luke, ' 
Plampton John, 

. Jonathan, 



STREET. 

cabinet maker 

slater 

roper 

cooper 

cooper 

potter 

nailor 

shipwright 

joiner 

shoemaker 

printer 

cooper 

braiier 

tobacconist 

sailmaker 

roper 

saddler 

roper 

cooper 

shipwright 

gardner 

joiner 

STREET. 

printer 

butcher 

potter 

turner 

roper 

roper 



HOOD STREET. 

M'Kce James, ^^P,f^"« 

WHITECHAPEL 



blockmaker 
tinman 
tailor 
sailmaker 

cooper 
cabinetmaker 

butcher 



Bradburn John, 
Broughton Robert, 
Callow Robert, 
Derbyshire Thomas, 
Duckworth Wilhara, 
Gardner Matthew, 
Hayes James, 
M'Gowan Thomas, 
Peers John, 
Whitby John, 
.. Thomas, 

. Thomas, jun 

DALE STREET. 

Campbell George, tobaccomst 

ROPE WALK. 

Tristram John, tailor 

PRESTON STHEIT 



surgeon 

saddler 

cooper 

cooper 

painter 



Cowup Thomas, 
Gibson William, 
Jones Henry, 
Knowles John, 
Lewis William, 
Molyneux Joshua, 
Naylor Robert, 
Rouse James, 
Tudor William, 

BRADBERRV COURT 

Wilson Daniel, ''OP^'' 



tobacconist 

tobaccomst 

roper 

roper 

baker 

roper 

roper 

tobacconist 

cooper 



No. 39. 



The Box at the higher end of toeen's square. 



LIONEL STREET. 

Brew George, painter 

Forrest John, mason 

Hodgson's court. 
Ashhurst William, chandler 

ST. John's lane. 
Coventry John, roper 

HAYMARKET. 

Griffith Richard, gentleman 

Harvey William, cabinet mal?er 

Mercer John, cooper 



potter 
broker 
roper 
roper 



Patten Joseph, 
Edward, 

I Stubbs Lewis, 
Tomlinson William, 

Wilson Charles, 

, great CHARLOTTE STREET. 

Orme Samuel, booK keeper 

' Shaw John. , esquire 

aUEEN S SQUARE. 

Roe William, merchant 

I William, ]un. merchant 



¥ 



I'fl 




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No. 40. 

The Box at the end of Lime street, near the Seaman's 

Hospital. 

From the Box almg Cmnmutation row, lslinglon)row, Camden street, 
Limel,::r"'f'"^'!l V^' ^''^'I'S^ so; lack again, Cn 



and 



DAULBY STREET. 

Brooks Rev. Jonathan, clerk 
Hunter William, mariner 

Lewis George, merchant 

COMMUTATION ROW. 

Charles Edward, cabinet maker 

Gaskell Hamer, merchant 

Piatt John, roper 

ISLINGTON. 

Cropper Thomas, mercer 

Hornby John, grocer 

Shand Charles, merchant 

Thompson Wm.jun. gentleman 

Wilson John, broker 

Wright Peter, merchant 

LONDON EOAD. 

Tyrer Joseph, bookkeeper 



Wilson John, baker 

PBMBROKIS PLACE. 

Davidson Andrew, roper 

Joynson Moses, mariner 

Ingham Richard, hairdresser 

Norris Philip, ironmonger 

CAMDEN STREET. 

Lace Joshua, gentleman 

DUNCAN STREET. 



Crosbie Edward, 
Ellis John, 
Holmes John, 
Moffitt John, 
Reed Peter, 
Winstanly William, 

GREAT NELSON STREET. 

Ramsbottom Wm. bricklayer 



merchant 

shipwright 

mason 

mason 

roper 

roper 



No. 41. 
The Box on Copperas hill, end of Bolton street. 

from the Box doivn Copperas hill, along Lime street, turn up the street 
by the Ropery, call in Bolton street. Hill street, up Copperas hill, 
above the Copperas ivorks, lack to the Box. 

N. B. Copperas hill and Elliott hill are the same. 
COPPERAS HILL. 

Alexander John, merchant 

Aspinall William, roper 

Barker John, roper 

Barrow John, pilot 

Bradburn Gerrard, sailmaker 

Brookfield John, roper 

Brown Matthew, roper 

Dixon William, roper 

Edwards James, joiner 

Holland George, blacksmith 

Holliwell John, roper 

Hunter John, baker 

Kebdrick Robert, pUot 

Litherland William, upholder 

M'Cartney Charles, rigger 



Powel Edward, 
Smith Thomas, 
Styles Robert, 
Tristram Thomas, 
Tvrer Joseph, 
Walberg Fred. Wm. 
Wharton Charies, 
Wignall William, 

LIME STR 

Calterall John, 
Haydock Roger, 
Higgins Charles, 
Leathwaite Stephen, 
JVIawdsley Robert, 
Thompson Williaui, 



shipwright 

wheelwright 

roper 

chairmaker 

millwright 

roper 

ropt;r 

roper 

EET. 

carver 

merchant 

shipwright 

voper 

Ii.iker 

roper 



PENINGTON STREET. 

Holmes John, loijer 

SILVER STREET. 

Dennett John, roper 

Jones Peter, roper 

Nicholson Joseph, hatter 

HILL STREET. 

Clough W. H. cooper 

Hignctt Thomas, cabinet maker 

Hooton Thomas, blacksmith 

Lea Jnmes, mariner 

Preston William, baker 



Crossley Joseph, 



BOLTON STREET. 

tailor 



Gorton Richard, 
Huxley Francis, 
Irvin David, 
Lowe Andrew, 
Smith William, 
Taylor Thomas, 
Winterbottom, John 
mofiitt's 
Everard Thomas, 
Prescott William, 
Standingstreet Jon. 
Tatlock John, 
Whitby Robert, 



roper 

ship-wright 

roper 

csoper 

roper 

cooper 

cordwainer 

PLACE. 

roper 

watch engraver 

roper 

roper 

cooper 



No. 42. 



The Box in Lawton street, near the Opening into 
Ranelagh street. 

From the Box through the Opening in Ranelagh street, down Great 
Charlotte street,^ to Elliot street ; lack again to the top oj Ranelagh 
Street, Remhaw street, Ncii ington row to the Bridge ; lack again 
through Cropper street, to the Box. 



CROPPER 

Arthington Thomas, 
Blackburn John, 
Ewart Thomas, 
Gold James, 
Hornby William, 
Kenyon Robert, 

Clayton, 

Newton James, 
Powell Joseph, 
Renshaw Heniy, 

FAIRCLOUGH 

Finlow James, 

RANELAGH 

Banner Harmond, 
Cooper James, 
Dean William, 
— — Richard, 
Ellison Henry, 
Fairclough Henry, 

Thomas, 

— ^— — ■ James C. 

Henry C. 

Fletcher Henry, 
Fogg James, 



street. 

joiner 

roper 

mariner 

roper 

roper 

roper 

watchmaker 

roper 

joiner 

roper 
street. 

merchant 

STREET. 

bookkeeper 

blockmaker 

roper 

merchant 

cooper 

slater 

merchant 

merchant 

gentleman 

upholder 

coopei 



Gore James, 
Harrison John, 
Howard Pctt-r, 
Jones Robert, 
John, 



Joynson Henry, 
Raine CunlitFe Pole 
Thomas William, 
Watkinson James B 

LAWTON 

Cashell Richard, 
Coppack William, 
Eccleston Robert, 
Elliott George, 
Heyes Joseph, 
Hudson Robert, 
John, 



Hull John, 
Joyce John, 
Laithwaite George, 
Thomas, 



Mally Tliomas, 
Thompson John, 
Williams Robert, 



carter 
roptr 

shipwright 
hairdresser 
cooper 
shipwright 
mariner 
roper 
. bookkeeper 

STREET. 

roper 

bricklayer 

coo[)er 

roper 

roper 

roper 

sailmaker 

roper 

roper 

roper 

roper 

cooper 

roper 

painter 



i 



68 



NEWINGTON. 

Foster Robert, 
Ranisden Joseph, 



Guy Henry, 
Glease Thomas, 
Hickham William, 



ON. 


Kelly Georgr, 


roper 


timber merch. 




roper 


roper 


Lunt Thomas, 


bricklayei 


KEET. 


Pool Thomas, 


plaistere;- 


coachmaker 


Michael, 


slater 


gunmaker 


Shaw James, 


roper 


cooper 






No. 


43. 





The Box in Basnett street, near Leigh street. .^' 

From the Box along Basnett street, Houghton street, Tyrer street, 
through the passage into Houghton street, round Clayton square, 
proceeding by the Right, Cases street, Ranelagh street, Laiuton 
street, up to the lend of the street, hack agaiij, down Church street, 
up Parker street, down Leigh street, to the Box. 



BASNETT STREET. 

Ackers Richard, merchant 

Bourne Thomas, merchant 

Haycock John, merchant 

Howard Henry, cabinetmaker 

Rycroft John, joiner 

KANELAGH STHEBT. 

^taniforth Samuel, mnchant 

PARKER STREET. 

Bickersteth Silvester, shipwright 



Davies Peter, 
Fairhurst Peter, 
Heyes Thomas, 
Rothwell James, 



cooper 
shipwright 
cooper 
chandler 



CASES STREET. 

RoWe Thomas, tobacconist 
Richard, tobacconist 

HOUGHTON STREET. 



Dewhurst John, 
- Charles, 



cabinet maker 

sailmaker 

merchant 

gentleman 

gentleman 

broker 



Gardner Thomas, 
Penington Henry, 
Skelhorne John, 
Wilson John H. 

CLAYTON SaUARE. 

Dickson Edward, merchant 

TYRER STREET. 

Padmore John H. shoemaker 



No. 44. 



The Box in Upper Dawson street. 

From the Box across Williamson s square, throughTarleton street, Leigh 
street, Basnet street, C/iwch street, PViUiamsoiis street, Richmond 
street, lower end of IVilliamson's square, Dawson street. White- 
chapel, Charles street. Marble street, Murray street, to the Box. 

Thompson John, fanner 



CHURCH STREET, 

Anderton James, shipwright 

Dean Thomas, boatbuilder 

Hardman Richard, merchant 

Johnson Samuel, druggist 

M'Kitterick Henry, mariner 

TARLETON STREET. 

Gibson William, cooper 

Mercer George, victualler 

Robinson Charles, cooper 

Sharp James, merchant 

Sliimmin Edward, painter 



joiner 
boatbuilder 



Webster Thomas, bookkeeper 

Williamson James, gentleman 

Williamson's street. 
Balmer John, 
Brown John, 
Brownbill Henry, 
Fairclough Ricliard, 
Gorlin George, 
Parry Thomas, 
Penington Lawrence, 
Prentoa William, 



roper 

bookkeeper 

bookkeeper 

shipwright 

painter 

cooper 



i 



69 



Walker William L. cabinetmaker 
.LEIGH street. 



Bold J. Oldham, 


merchant 


Cowley Jchn, 


merchant 


DuUon Htnry, 


baker 


Lnnt Thomas, 


cooper 


Woods Henrv, 


merchant 


RICHMONE 


stheet. 


Harrison Daniel, 


shoemaker 


riAWSON 


STRBfcT. 


White James, 


roper 



Williamson's sauARE. 

Beviiigton Henry, cabinetmaker 

Bowdcn George, gentleman 

Hatton Thomas, liquor mcrch. 

Humphreys Thomas, hairdresser 

Lyon George P. upholder 

Taylor William, cooper 

Williamson Ralph, esquire 

WHITF.CHAPEL. 

Bibby Thomas, bricklayer 

CHARLES STREET. 

Shaw John, roper 

No. 45. 

The Box in School lane, near the Bluecoat Hospital. 

From the Box through Church alley, up Church street, into Hanover 
street, doivn Brook's allay, up School lane, to Hanover street, down 
College lane, through Peter's lane, to the Box. 

Price Robert, cooper 

Smith Edward, roper 

HANOVER STREET. 

Booth William, roper 

William, sen. roper 

Leatham Thomas, nierchani 

Leuy William, merchant 

Sniilh John, smith 

CHURCH ALLEY. 

Cocket Caryl, t:iilor 

Wood Samuel W. sliotmaker 

BROOKS's ALJ.EY. 

Glovci Tiiomas, shoemaker 

Lord Joshua, roper 

No. 40. 
The Box in Manesty's lane, near College lane. 

From the Box dmvn College lane, through Paradise sircci, up Church 
street, through Church lane, Manesty^s lane, up College lane, Peter s 
lane, Hanover street, round llw Corner info Paradise street, througfi 
the Passage into Manesty's larw, to the Box. 

PARADISE STREET, MAN C STY's LANE. 

Owen John, mi-.rchant Yates Johu, brassfounder 

Woodfine John, tailor 

No. 47. 
The Box in Charlotte street, near Salthouse lane. 

From tfie Box down Charlotte street, along Salthouse dock quay, through'' 
Okill wient. Bridge street, Bnmtju hi street j D'lwson's wient, Am' 
dell street, aown Mersey street to the bottom, lack through Salthouse 
lane, to the Box. 



SCHOOL 


LANE. 


Ashton Edward, 


blockmaker 


Barton James, 


slater 


Hill Samuel, 


shipwright 


Leece John, 


bookkeeper 


Moffitt George, 


mason 


Sumner John, 


carver 


Wickstead William 


cooper 


petek's 


LANE. 


Booth George, 


merchant 


Hall Jonah, 


hairdresser 


Johnson Kobert, 


barber 


Marsh'311 Anthony, 


painter 


Martindale John, 


shipwright 



|l>4 



I'f 



i« 



m 



MESSEY 

Baggotfc Peter, 
<-'larke Richard, 
Clater James, 
Denton John, 
Hughes Joseph, 
John, 



Huntington John, 
Johnson John, 
Kelly Edward, 
Phantom Robert, 
Simpkin Richard, 
Smith George, 

SALTH0U 

Neale William, 

DARWIN 

Bason James, 



STBEET. 

cooper 

blockmaker 

shipwright 

shipwright 

shipwright 

bookkeeper 

merchiint 

pawnbroker 

shipwright 

shipwright 

blockmaker 

blockmaker 

SE LANE. 

blockmaker 

S WIENT. 

shipwright 



70 

Hales John, mariner 

M'Gowan John, shipwright 

SALTHOUSE BOCK. 

Bond Richard, shipwright 

Newall Andrew, shipwright 

Rathbone Thomas, shipwright 

CHARLOTTE STKEET. 

Cruise Frederick, mariner 

Walker Thomas, painter 

ORFOKD STREET. 

Seddon John, ironmonger 

ANSDELI, STREET. 

Griffith Thomas, blockmaker 

Rathbone; John, shipwright 

Swarsbrick John, shipwright 

CORNHltL. 

Holcroft James, anchorsmith 



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No. 48. 
The Box in Park lane above St. Thomas's church. 

From the Box 7ip Park lane, through the Passage intn Pownall street, 
tip Liver street, doivn Park lane, up Lower Frederick street, Forrest 
street, doivn Park lane, to the Box. 



I'REDERICK bTKEKT. 



Albin Thomas, 
Barber John, 
Barclay Edward, 
Bell John, 
Blrkett Thomas, 
Blundell Richard, 
Bolton J. Molyneux, 
Bradshaw Daniel, 
Bragger Edward, 
Bullen William, 
Campbell Benjamin, 
Cartledge Joseph, 
Gawn Thomas, 
Gee John, 
Griffith Richard, 

Joseph, 

Harley William, 
Hazlehurst Mead. 
Hudson James, 
M'Neal Daniel, 



anchorsmilh 

blockmaker 

boatbuilder 

shipwright 

shipwright 

bookkeeper 

shipwright 

shipwright 

blockmaker 

shipwright 

shipwright 

potter 

cooper 

mariner 

mariner 

blockmaker 

roper 

blockmaker 

blockmaker 

shipwright 

No. 49. 



Newby John, shipwright 

Parr Edward, sJiipwright 

Richardson William, shipwright 

Shaw Thomas, soapboiler 

Thompson John, shipwright 

Wane William, shipwright 

Wattleworth Charles, sailmaker 

Wilding Thomas, shipwright 

Woods William, plumber 

POWNALL STREET. 

Bond Thomas, shipwright 

Prenton Thomas, cooper 

LIVER STREET. 

Gamon John, merchant 

Mally George, jun. shipwright 

George, shipwright 

Roberts Edward, shipwright 

Smith John, shipwright 

PRIVILEOE ROW. 

Jackson Richard, shipwright 



The Box in Argyle street, near Turpentine lane. 

From the Box vp Argyle street, York street, down Pitt street, Cleveland 
square, Price's street, Hanover street, Duke street, Campbell street, 
down Argyle street, to the Box, 






DUKE STREET. 

Banks John, bookkeeper 

CLEVELAND SOUAKE. 



Biggs John, 
Fairfield John, 
Fearon Edward. 
Goulbourn George, 
Walker Richard, 



bookkeeper 
merchant 
insurance brok. 
butcher 
grocer 



Woods Richard, cooper 

price's street. 
Birchall John, jun. butcher 

ARGYLE STREET, 

Connelly James, shipwright 

Parr James, merchant 

tORK STREET. 

Ellames Peter, gentleman 



No. 50. 
The Box at the lower end of Wolstenholme square. 

From tlie Box up Wolstenholme square. Parr street, turn into Slater street, 
down Duke street, up Pothouse lane, down Gradwell street, Han- 
over street, to the end of Peter lane, lack up Gradwell street, t» 
the Box. 



WOLSTENHOLME SftUARE. 

Bigland Thomas, merchant 

Robinson John, sailmaker 

DUKE STREET. 

Gildart James, esquire 



Lafone Samuel, merchant 

Molyneux Edmund, ironmonger 
Murphy James, mariner 

PARR STREET. 

Rimmcr Nathaniel, sailmaker 



No. 51. 

The Box in Seel street, at the first Opening into Fleet 

street. 

Fro7n the Box down Seel street, Hanovei- street, to the Bottom of Grad- 
well street, hack again up Fleet street, through Slater street, doivn 
Seel street, to the Box. 



FLEET STREET. 


Hunter Roger, 


sailmaker 


Bellin John, 


cooper 


Johnson George, 


ironmonger 


Corfe Joseph, sen 


butcher 


Kendall Thomas G. 


merchant 


Godwin Henry, 


cooper 


Kidd Thomas, 


cooper 


Hesketh Charles, 


cooper 


Kirkham Cuthbert, 


sailmaker 


Hill Joseph, 


cooper 


Wycliffe Thomas, 


merchant 


Leigh William, 


cooper 


HANOVER 


STRRET. 


Lloyd Jolin, 


brewer 


Johnson Thomas, 


tobacconist 


Page James, 


cooper 


Thomas, 


tobacconist 


SEEL 


STREET. 


SLATER STREET. 


Duncan Robert, 


merchant 


Thompson Samuel, 


banker 



No. 52. 
The Box in Wood street, near the IMusic hall. 

From the Box down Woodstrect, Hanover street, up Bold street, through 
Colquitt street, down Wood street, to the Bo.r. 

Caldwell Charles, 
Cross- John, 
Dixon John, 



BOLD STREET. 

Brown Joseph, merchant 

Bullen Richard, merchant 

■* Christopher, grocer 



Harding Juhn, 



merchant 
merchant 
merchant 
merchant 



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Hodgson David, merchant 

Littledale Isaac, merchant 

Lomax James, bookkeeper 

Park Henry, surgeon 

Pickering Robert, merchant 

Renshaw Edward, merchant 

John, merchant 

Rev. Saml. clerk 

COSCEKT STREET. 

Corfe Arthur, cooper 

Mainwaring A. sailniaker 



Parry George, cooper 

Price John, cooper 

WOOD STREET. 



Holmes James, 
Jones Thomas, 
Kershavsr Joseph, 
Kirkham William, 
Melling Robert, 
Rowe George, 
Thompson Edward, 
Whitfield Thomas, 



bricklayer 

cabinetmaker 

cooper 

potter 

gunsmitli 

gentleman 

sailmaker 

gunmaker 



No. 53, 



The Box at the lower end of Upper Newington. 

From the Box vp Upper Neivington, down Mount Pleasant, in front of 
Banelagh place, up Copperas kill, back of the Houses in Ranelagh 
place, up Biownloiu hill, Mary Anne street, Haiford street, up 
Mount pleasant, to Mr. Foxcrqft's, lack agai?i to the Box. 



MOUNT PLEASANT. 

Atkinson John, mariner 

Comber Duncan, merchant 

Copple Richard, mefcer & drap. 

Coulton Henry, roper 

Farrier Joseph, tailor 

Foxcroft Thomas, merchant 

Gibbons Joseph, blockmaker 

Hamer Henry, merchant 

Hinton Charles, painter 

Houghton John, bookkeeper 

Noble John, grocer 
Roughsedge Rev. R. PI. clerk 

Waring, merchant 

Riding John, grocer 

Smith Edward, painter 

Wilkes Joshua S. merchant 

HARFORD STREET. 

Banks John, cooper 

Pike Robert, gentleman 

Preston John, cabinet maker 

Smith Henry, blacksmith 



Welch Richard, victualler 

HARFORD LANE. 

Hughes William, shoemaker 

RANELAGH PLACE. 

Golightly Richard, merchant 
Thomas, esquire 

UPPER NEWINGTON. 

M'Kee Robert, slater 

Whittingham Samuel, bookkeeper 

MAKY ANNE STREET. 

Mercer Henry, bookkeeper 

Smith William, tailor 

Walker William, chairmaker 

CHAPEL LANK. 

Murray Roger C. cooper 

Phillips John B. tinman 

EEOWNLOW HILL, 

Myers Edward, cabinet maker 
William, cabinetmaker 

HAWKE STREET. 

Roberts John, blockmaker 



No. 54. 

The Box in Roscoe street, near the top of Oldham 

street. 

Front the Box to Mount pleasant, through a lack Street, on the IVest 
side oj the Bowling green, to Brownlow hill ; Lack through Clarence 
street, Roscoe street, to the Box. 



PLEASANT STREET. 

Ainsworth John, merchnnt 

Caley John, sailmaker 

Grocott Richard, mariner 

ST. ANDREW STREET. 

Blackburn Henry, roper 

Coulton James, roper 

Draine John, roper 

Eccleston Willinm, roper 

Hambleton William, bricklayer 

Lambeth William, roper 

M'Bride Arthur, roper 

BROWNLOW HILL. 

Brownrigg James, broker 

Davies John, plaisterer 

Formby Henry, roper 

Large Thomas, slater 
Lightburn Christopher, sawyer 

Murrow Janaes, gentleman 

Place Thomas, roper 

Saunders .John, gunmaker 

PELLEW STREET. 

Coulton John, blockmaker 

MOUNT PLEASANT. 

Caley Thomas, merchant 

Dunbar Sir George, baronet 

— Wm. Rowe> esquire 

Serjeant John, roper 



WARREN STREET. 

Thompson James, linen draper 

BROWNLOW STREET. 

Colvin John, merchant 

Creushaw Richard, sailmaker 

Eden Charles P. accountant 

North John, gentleman 

Robinson James, merchant 

CLARENCE STREET. 

Fisher Thomas, gentlemai> 

Fleetwood Edward, bookkeeper 

Goulden John, merchant 

Halsall William, painter 

Heaton Thomas, cabinet maker 

Jackson William, tailor 

Knapper Ephraim, bookkeeper 

Orme John, merchant 

Joshua P. merchant 

Wilkins James, bookkeeper 

BLAKE STREET. 

Godwin Thomas, cooper 

RUSSELL STREET. 

Reed Alexander, cooper 

Turner William, cabinetmaker 

PEMBROKE STREET. 

Twentyman J. M. cooper 

DANCE STREET. 

Unsworth John, bricklayer 



No. 55, 
The Box in Hardman street, near Rodney street. 

From the Box through Rodney street, to Mount pleasant, Hope street, 
down Hardman street, to the Box. 



RODNEr STREET. 

Bate John Galley, broker 

Beckwith Thos. jun. grocer 

Bradstock Garstang, merchant 

Crosbie William, esquire 

Downward Thomas, merchant 

Thos. jun. grocer 

Morris Robert, merchant 

Parry Henry, merchant 

Sharp John, merchant 

Taylor William, broker 

Thompson William, merchant 



HOPE STREET. 



Beard Robert, 

John, 

Brancker John, 
Corrie Thomas, 
Lew in William, 
Rogers James, 



cooper 

cooper 

merchant 

broker 

banker's clerk 

shipwright 



MOUNT PLEASANT. 

Colquitt John, town elk. Lipl, 

Greaves Joseph, merchant 

HOPE PLACE. 

Whittington Peter, ironmonger 



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No. 56. 

The Box at the top of Duke street, above Rodney 

street. 

From ifie Box through Rodney si reel, np Mount street, Hope street, to 
the end of Crahtree lane ; back again down Mount street, along 
the hack Street to the Houses on Si. James's walk, hack again to the 
Box. 

RODNEY STREET. I DawsoH Richard, merchant 

Dawson Pudsey, esquire | Leicester Peter, merchant 

No. 57. 
The Box in Knight street, near Roscoe street. 

From the Box down Knight street. Berry street, to Duke street ; lack 
again up the hack Street, into Roscoe street, up Leece's street, Rodney 
street, down Knight street, to the Box. 

Harper Henry, 



BERKY STREET. 

Ashburner James, saihriaker 
^erry John, saddler 

ROSCOE STREET. 

Birchall Richard, cooper 

Lomax Thomas, slater 

Page William, shipwright 

RatclifFe Henry, boatbuilder 

RODNEY STREET. 

Booth Thomas, merchant 

KNIGHT STREET. 

Gardner Thomas, cooper 



Lowe Edward, 
Massey George, 
Moore William, 
Nangreave Edward 
Owen John, 
Piatt John, 
Quick Richard, 
Woodward John, 
Worrall Thomas, 
Wright Peter, 



cooper 

watchmaker 

cooper 

block maker 

saiimaker 

cooper 

roper 

roper 

blockmaker 

wine cooper 

shipwright 



No. 58. 
The Box at the bottom of Leece's street. 

From the Box down Renshaw street, to the hottom of Heathfield street, 
hack again through Renshaw street, up Oldham street, Roscoe street., 
and down Leece's street to tlw Box. 



KENSHAW STREET. 

Hanly Richard, banker 

Goore William, merchant 

Withers Joseph, mariner 



LEECE S STREET. 

Mawdsley Peter, joiner 

Roberts William, 
Winterbottom J. B. 



joiner 
bedstead mafe. 



No. 59. 



The Box in Seel street, near the Cathohc Chapel. 

From the Box up Seel street, Colquitt street, Bold street, Berry street, 
dQwn Seel street, ColquUt ftrect, Parr street, Sinter street, vf. 
Seel street, to the Box- 



SOLOUITT STREET 

Bancroft Thomas, grocer 
Brammall George, 
Brancker Peter W. 
Thomas, 



merchant 
esquire 
merchant 
merchant 



Jlussell Tarleton, 

SEEL STREET. 

Fletcher Joseph, jun. merchant 
.T2ckson Joseph, esquire 



SLATER STREET. 

Lowe Edward, cabinetmaker 

Ryley James, saiimaker 

BERRY STREET. 

Okill John, sugarbaker 

Walmsley John, marblemason 

BOLD STREET. 

Pole Charles, merchant 



No. 60. 
The Box in Henry street, near Kent street. 

Fro7n the Box down Henry street, up Suffolk street, Duke street, to 
the end of Great George's street, lack again down Kent street, to 
the Box. 



DUKE STREET 

Aspinall John Bridge, esquire C 



Benson Ralph, 
Bolton John, 
Bourne Peter, 

Thomas, 

Brown John, 
Crosbie James, 
Cubbin William, 
"Evans Richard, 
Fletcher John, 
Matthews Samuel, 
Nay lor Wm. jun. 

Thomas, 

■ — James, 



merchant^, 
merchant ^. f~ 
merchant ^, ^ 
merchant^. ^ 
merchant^ j 
merchant C X 
merchant 9. y 
pilot , £Z 

merchant CZ 
merchant ^_ J~ 
merchant O 
esqnne e y 
merchant^ y 



Peiikett John, merchant ^_ ^ 

HENRY STREET. 

Winstanley James, merchant dp 

CORNWALLIS .STREET. 

Catterall Samuel, mariner :X ■> 

Frodsham William, shipwrigl>t «.v^ 

Holland James, merchant ^^.i^- 

James John, cooper ^>Z(^' 

Perry Charles, cooper 6i 

Ranisdiile Richard C, mariner C, (^~ 

Ralhbone James, .shipwrigliT C — 

William,* Robert, saiimaker S". 

NSLSON STREET. ^ 

Hinde John, shipwright .X 



No. 01. 
The Box in Lydia Anne street, near Suffolk street. 

From the Box doiun Lydia Anne street, up York street, down Henry 
street, to the hottom; hack again through Suffolk street, Lydia 
jinne street, Kent street, Kent square, to the Box. 

Royle John, anchorsmith 

KENT SaUARE. 

Bovd Thomas, mariner 

Pool James, cooper 

Sloane William, cooper 

LYDIA ANNE STREET. 

Cunningham David, blacksmith 
Milligan William, roper 
Williaais Thomas, shoemaker 



KENT STREET. 


Andrews John, 


roper 


Bickerstaff Geor"-e, 


roper 


Butler John, 


mariner 


Corless James, 


cabinetmaker 


Draper John, 


shoemaker 


DuUon Thomas, 


baker 


Fisher John, 


potter 


Frodsham William, 


shipwright 


Jenkins George, 


gujQsroitk 



No. 62. 
The Box in Pitt street, near Greetham street. 

From the Box down Pitt street, vp York street, Gdiert street, Kent 



, . ' ' '"•■• "^■•"■"t yjiMc/i street, j\ 
Street, to Kent square; back again down Pitt street, to the Box. 

Worthington Peter, shipwright 

UI'PER PITT STREET. 

James John, bookkeeper 

Parr William, merchant 

TeriY Martin, merchant 

Whittingham Saml. bookkeeper 



PITT STREET 

Atherton Henry, 
Card well James, 
William, 



Cooper Samuel, 
Dorlin John, 
Fazakerly Robert, 
Griffith Edward, 
Hall W. Eaton, 
Haworth Thomas, 
Richard, jun. tailor 



cooper 

cooper 

cooper 

shipwriglit 

blockmaker 

roper 

mariner 

banker's clerk 

bookkeeper 



■ Richard, 
Hignett William, 
Jones Isaac, 

' Thomas, 

Kenyon Robert, 
Knowles Stephen, 
•Parkinson William, 
Rylance Peter, 
Trotter Henry F. 
Wainwright Joseph, 
Williams William, 
Wilson Hugh, 



cooper 

roper 

slater 

shipwright 

cooper 

sailmaker 

mariner 

mariner 

blockmaker 

sailmaker 

shipwright 

shipwright 

No. 63. 



GILBERT STREET. 

Burke William, mariner 

Casson William, joiner 

— — — Thomas, shipwright 

Dutton Johii, baker 

Dyke George, shipwright 

Evans Thomas, cooper 

Griffith Jonathan, gunmaker 
Humphreys William, blockmaker 

Longworth John, blockmaker 

gioane William, cooper 

BROWNE STREKT. 

Critchley James, bricklayer 

Gwyder J. Francis, bookkeeper 

WHITE STREET. 

Dawson John, mariner 



The Box in Park lane, near Dickinson street. 

From the Box down Park lane, Forrest street. Upper Frederick street, 
Greetliam street, Dickinson street, Kent street, down Park lane, to 
the Box. 



UPPER TREPEBI 

Baraber John, 
Gray John, 
Holding John," 

PKIVILEGE 

Shuttleworth T. 

PARK LA 

Boyle Richard, 
Bradshaw Daniel, 
Brannegan William, 
Bryars Lawrence, 
Calverley Michael, 
Dickinson Peter. 
Dixon Thomas, 
Evans Hugh Ellis, 
Fearns William. 



CK STREET. 

mariner 

shipwright 

gunmaker 

ROW. 

shipwright 

NE. 

blockmaker 

mariner 

shipwright 

cooper 

cooper 

shipwright 

engraver 

merchant 

eotp5* 



Flanagan William, 
Hamilton James, 
Hatlon George, 
Hickson Joseph, 
Hodgson Thomas, 
Hunter Get)rgc, 

■ — James, 

Jones Robert, 
I^ace Charles, 
Leather Peter, 
Lightfoot William, 
I.loyd Francis, 
Marsh Joseph, 
Mercer Thomas, 

John, 

Parsonage William. 



shipwright 

shipwright 

boalbuilder 

roper 

pawnbroker 

shipwright 

blockmaker 

baker 

ytx)man 

blockmaker 

sailmaker 

shipwright 

brazier 

joiner 

sawyer 

fooper 



Peters William, 
Roberts William, 
Robinson Daniel, 
Smith James, 
Smoult Charles, 
Thompson James, 

William, 

Tittle Thomas, 
T}Ter 'I'homas S. 
Vernon Thomas, 
Woodfine Robert, 



baker 

roper 

sailmaker 

baker 

bricklayer 

cooper 

sailmaker 

blockmaker 

cabinetmaker 

baker 

roper 



DICKINSON STREET. 

Bradshaw John, shipwright 

Hunter John, cooper 

Smith Henry, shipwright 

GREETHAM ^TREET. 

Leech John, tailor 

Row bottom Robert, smitlt 

FORREST STREET. 

Turner John W. cabinet maker 

Upton Rotiert, blockmaker 



No. 64. 



The Box at the bottom of Shaw's alley. 

From t/ie Box up Hurst street, Maghull street, Shaw's alley. Carpen- 
ter's row. Hurst street, Grayswi street, Shaw's alley, Mason street, 
Hurst street, to the Box. 



carpenter's row. 


Emery George, 


shoemaker 


Frith John, 


shipwright 


Fairbrother James, 


shipwright 


Greenhough Thomas, 


shipwright 


Folds William, 


carver 


Jones Robert, 


shipwright 


Gardner Richard, 


blockmaker 


Joynson Robert, 


cooper 


Thomas, 


blockmaker 


•M ett John, 


shii)uright 


Harrison Pcier, 


boatbuilder 


.vlooney James, 


blockmaker 


Morgan Joseph, 


baker 


Robinson Charles, 


cooper 


O'Neil Michael, 


shipwright 


f r-n.. rr- 


cooper 


Parkinson John, 


sailmaker 


\jeorge. 


Woods Charles, 


shipwright 


Parry Hugh, 


shipwright 


SHAW's ALLEY. 


Rowe Henry, 


cooper 


Baisley John, 


painter 


Smith Thomas, 


cooper 


Buck John, 


cooper 


Warburton Tiioma- 


sailmaker 


Candland William, 


shipwright 


Whittle James, 


shipwright 


Darlington Thomas, 


shipwright 


Wilkinson Thomas, 


blockmaker 


Goodwin Edward, 


.shipwrigijt 


MAGHULL 


street. 


King John ('ook. 


cooper 


Cleator Thonjas, 


shipwright 


Robinson John, 


sailmaker 


Youd Joseph, 


shipwright 


HURST street. 


GRAYSON 


street. 


Ball Jonathan, 


shipwriglit 


Bate? Richard, 


shipwright 


Clarke Jonathan, 


blockmaker 


Bond John, 


shipwright 


Cruise George, 


cooper 


Rossindale Thomas, 


painter 


Daulby John, 


shipwright 


Seddon James, 


cooper 



No. 65. 
The Box in Wapping, near the bottom of Mason street. 

From the Box along Wappivg, Duke's place, Caviphell street. Barter 
street. Garden street. Mason street, Hurst street, to the top of 
Tabley street, hack again to the Box. 

blacksmith 



MASON street. 

Ashton David, mariner 

Crossfield Edward M. merchant 



Grimsditch William, 
Lunt Tiiamas, 
M'Donald John, 



cooper 
shipwright 



h. 




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78 



Scaisbrick William, lathcltaver 
Smilh James, cooper 

Wainwright George, cooj)er 

BARTER STREET. 



Dickinson John, 
Filkin John, 
Hick son Joseph, 
Higginson John, 
Howard Thomas, 
HLtddleston Thomas, 
Kirwen John, 
Lee Robert, 
Potter John, 
Savage Charles, 
Stephenson John, 
Stont Benjamin, 
Swindall Samuel, 



boatbuiider 

mariner 

cooper 

pilot 

snipwright 

coo])er 

shipwright 

bricklayer 

bloc'k maker 

shipwright 

blockmaker 

blockmaker 

smith 



DUKE s 
Park John, 

GARDKN' 

Eccleston James, 
Lyon William, 
Picrpoint George, 

CAMPBELL 

Dean Johl^, 
Smallshaw John, 
Wickstead Richard, 



TLXCB. 

bookkeeper 

STREET. 

sailmaker 
, shipwright 
cooper 

STREET. 

shipwright 
shipwriglit 
cooper 



TABLEY S 

Hill William, 
Seaver Thomas, 

PENNINGTON 

Whalley James, 
Williams Robert, 

WATPrNG. 

Wharton Thomas, sailmaker 



cooper 
blockmaker 

STREET. 

coachman 
tobacconist 



No. GO, 



The Box in Wapping, near the bottom of Crosbie street. 

From the Box along Wapping, to the bottom of Talley street, buck again 
up Sparlijig street, l\trk la/ie, down Crosbie street, to the Box. 



CKOSBIE 


STREET. 


SPARLING 


STREET. 


Amery Thomas, 


labourer 


Armour William, 


ma)iner 


Black John, 


roper 


Askew William, 


blockmaker 


Davies Edward, 


joiner 


Brice James, 


shipwright 


Edward, 


shipwright 


Biierly .)arnes. 


shipwright 


Fearns George, 


cooper 


John Wm. 


shipwiight 


Hanmer Thomas, 


shipwright 


Burgess Henry, 


bookkeeper 


Hanmorc .leremiah. 


cooper 


William, 


baker 


Harrison Thomas, 


shipwright 


Christian John, 


sailmaker 


Heelv Thomas, 


shipwright 


Clarke William, 


cooper 


Hill Hunter, 


hairdresser 


Curran Joiin, 


shipwright 


Horrabin Thomas, 


coo[)er 


Croston Richard, 


blockmaker 


Jackson David, 


ironmonger 


William, 


])ainter 


Kerfoot Daniel, 


cabinet maker 


Crow William, 


plumber 


Knowlcs Wiljiam, 


sailmaker 


Davies James, 


plumber 


Lawson Edward, 


coo}x;r 


Daulby William, 


shipwright 


M'Gowan William, 


shipwright 


William B. 


shipwright 


Parkinson Thomas, 


smith 


Drummond John, 


joiner 


Quillam William, 


shipwright 


Foulkes John, 


sailmaker 


Rigby William, 


plumber 


Frodsham John, 


shipwright 


Roach Edward, 


pilot 


Goore Robert, 


cooper 


Smith James, 


cooper 


Hixon John, 


roper 


■ lohn. 


shipwright 


Hough Thomas, 


roper 


Wane William, 


blockmaker 


Jackson John, 


cooper 


Wheeler John, 


roper 


•lones Peter, 


shipwright 


Worrall Joseph, 


shoemaker 


Kaye James, 


pilot 


HIGHTON 


COURT. 


Melling Edward, 


merchant 


Casson John, 


joirver 


Molyneux John, 


roper 



79 



Page James, 
PearsoB Ralph, 

__ Thomas, 

Percy Johu, 



shipwright 
anchorsmith 
aochorsmith 
blockmaker 



Trelner William, 
Upton Joseph, 
Willacy Henry, 



plumber 

roper 

sailmaker 



No. (57. 
The Box in Kitchen street, near South Union street,. 

From the Box down Kitchen street, Wapping, up Bhindell street, St. 
James's street, to the top of Crosbie street, lack again down Kitchen 
street, to the Box. 



KITCHEN STREET. 

Ainsworth .Thomas, boatbuiider 
Booth Robert, 
Crouchley Henry, 
Critchley James, 



Crookes Joseph, 
Dunn Joseph, 
Edwards John, 
GofFy John, 

William, 

Hodgson Thomas, 
iliam, 
ames. 




Wheeler William, 
Williams Thomas, 
Winter Joseph, 

BLUNDELI. 

Coulton Richard, 
Flinn James, 
Gaskell William, 



roper 

joiner 

plumber 

blockmaker 

shipwright 

plumber 

shipwright 

joiner 

boatbuiider 

shipwright 

shipwright 

cooper 

roper 

joiner 

mariner 

STREET. 

.sailmaker 

shipwright 

shipwright 



GofF Charles, 
Holding John, 
Hudson Edward, 
Hughes William, 
Payne James, 
— — John, 

John, Jan. 



Pooley Edmund, 
Roberts John, 
Whitfield John, 
Wilson John, 
— — William, 

ST. James's 
Hesketh Thomas, 
Hodgson George, 

south union 
Hughes Joseph, 
Jones Thomas, 
Keggin John, 
Stringer John, 



shipchandler 

gunmaker 

mariner 

blockmaker 

plumber 

plumber 

plumber 

shipwright 

hairdresser 

shipwright 

cooper 

plumber 

STREET. 

merchant 
shipwright 

STREET. 

sailmaker 
roper 

shipwright 
blockmaker 



No. 68. 
The Box about fifty yards down Watkinson street. 

From the Box up IValkinson street, St. James's street, doivn Norfolk 
street, Simpso?i street, Watkinson street, through the Passage into 
Br'tdgewater street, St. James's street, to tfie top of' Crosbie street, 
back again down JVatkinson street, to tlie Box. 



BRIDGEWATEK STREET. 


Curran Leonard, 


boatbuiider 


Aspinall James, 


blockmaker 


Head Henry, 


cooper 


Glover Joseph, 


roper 


Johnson Houghton, 


joiner 


Hannah James, 


shipwright 


Jones Joseph M. 


bookkeeper 


Hinton Jolin, 


shipwright 


Moffitt Thomas, 


mason 


Moore Richard, 


S)iijpwright 


Morrison Thomas, 


joiner 


Morris Thomas, 


shipwright 


Parry Joseph, 


shipwright 


Needham Samuel, 


shipwright 


Robinson James, 


smith 


NORFOLK 


STREET. 


Tail James, 


sailmaker 


Bennett Joshua, 


shipwright 


Wilcock Thomas, 


mason 


Cain James, 


shipwright 


Wilcockson John, 


cooper 


Catteral] James, 


blockmaker 


Young William, 


bookkeeper 



„ii. ; 



JI'WWI: 



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81 



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0' 



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ST. James's 
Almond James, 
Bibby John, jun. 
Folds John, 
Gibbons Joseph, 
Jackson Josiah, 
Johnson John, 
Purney James, 
Rice William, 
Smith John, 
— — John, jiin, 

WATKINSON 

Cotter Thomas, 
Cowley William, 



STREET. 

tallow chandler 

soapboiler 

carver 

merchant 

cooper 

merchant 

cordwainer 

joiner 

mariner 

mariner 

STREET. 

shipwright 
boatbuilder 



Gregg Robert, 
Hughes David, 
Kirkham Thomas, 
Latham Thomas, 
Meadows Henry, 
Rimmer Timothy, 
Wood John, 

SIMPSON 

Garrett Daniel, 
Styth Richard, 

green's 
Kissick William, 

SIDNEY 

Wainwright John^ 



shipwright 

shipwright 

shipwright 

sawyer 

shipwright 

roper 

shipwright 

STREET. 

shipwright 
shipwright 

COURT. 

shipwright 

STREET. 

cooper 



No. 6g. 
The Box near the top of Jordan street. 

From ike Box down Jordan street, Flint street, up Brick street, St. 
James's street, to the top of Norfolk street, back again down Neit' 
Bird street, Neu/ Hall street, to the Box. 

GofFy Thomas, 
Highton William, 
Samuel, 



FLINT STREET. 

Wainwright Joseph, sailmaker 

PORTER STREET. 

Birch John, baker 

JORDAN STREET. 

Ashbumer J.Moulton, blockmaker 

Bradshaw Thomas, mariner 

Burnett Robert, roper 

Daulby John, painter 

Ford John, mariner 

Greetham James, shipchandler 

Harrocks Thomas, roper 

Hinde John, roper 

Knowles Ralph, sailmaker 

Mafkland Edward, boatbuilder 

M'Nabb John, smith 

Neverson Bradley, mariner 

Nickson Thomas, shipwright 

Wilkinson Jonathan, shipwright 

NEW BIRD STREET, 

Bryars Thomas, shipwright 

Burgess William, roper 

Dunbar John, shipwright 



Jones John, 
Kelly William, 
Norris Robert, 
Parkinson Joseph, 
Pembcrlon Charles, 
Ramsbottom Richard, 
Wilkinson William, 
Williams Joseph, 
Wright John, 

BRICK STREET. 

Kershaw Thomas, blockmaker 

Littlemore Booth, 

May James, 

M'Connell John, 

Potter John, 

Simcock Thomas, 

Smith John, 



blockmaker 

roper 

roper 

shipwright 

shipwright 

shipwright 

shipwright 

cabinet maker 

attorney 

shipwright 

shipwright 

shipwright 



Tarleton Robert, 
Threlfall Joseph, 
Yates James, 



roper 

cabinet maker 
shipwright 
mariner 
blockmaker 
sailmaker 
shipwright 
shipwright 
shipwright 



No. 70. 
The Box in Parliament street, near New Hall street. 

From the Box down Parliament street, Flint street, tip New Bird street, 
Newhall street, Greenland street, St. James's street, to the top of 
; New Bird street ; hack again down Parliamtnt street, to the Box. 



Prince William, shipwright 

Thomas Thomas, shipwright 

GREENLAND STREET. 

Botherson William, roper 
Clarke William, 
Claughton James, 
Haswell John, 
Rawlinson John, 
Slater William, 
Webster John, 
Whalley William, 

DUNCAN STREET. 

Goulden John, corndealer 

Jolly Edward accountant 

BLAIR STREET. 

Hazledine Wm. jun. merchant 



blockmaker 

roper 

shoemaker 

shipwright 

shipwright 

painter 

shipwright 



JAMAICA COURT. 

Appleton David, blockmaker 

GRAFTON STKEET. 

Austin William, roper 

Higliton James, roper 

PARLIAMENT STRKET. 

Baldwin James, s;!ilmaker 

Robinson Charles, snilniaker 

Topley Samuel, bri<:klayer 

Townsend William, iiuichant 

Troughton John, cooper 

Yaies John Ashton, merchant 

FISHBR STREET. 

Walmsley Joshua, mariner 
Williams Edward, cooper 

NEW HALL STREET. 

Bolton Samuel, shipwright i 

No. ;i. 
The Box in Great George's street, end of St. James's 

street. 

From the Box along Great George's street, up Washington street, along 
the new Road under St. Jatnes's walk, down Parliament street, to 
the Box. 

ST. VINCENT STREET. ^ 

Fletcher Robert, merchant ^ 

BRIDPORT STKEET. 

Green Thomas, joiner C? 

Miller Thomas, mariner j^ 

GREAT George's sauARB. 
Jones Hugh, banker ^• 



GREAT GEORGE S STREET. 

Case Thomas Ashton, merchant (^ 9 
Daulby John, merchant (y2 

Naylor Thomas, jun. merchant tf J' 

ST. James's walk. 
Cragg .lohn, merchantj^ ^ 

Hurry William, merchant j7 

NILE STREET. 

Finchetf James, mariner ^, •. 

No. 

The Box in Great George's street, bottom of Wash- 
ington street. 

From the Box along Great George's street, up Duke street, to the entranre 
into the Quarry, hack again through Rathbone street, down the cross 
street into Great George's street, to the Box. 

Rice Thomas, roper ^_ 7° 

RATHBONE STREET. 



72. 



GREAT GEORGE S STREET. 

Bruce Thomas, bookkeepers^ 

Currie W. Wallace, merchant <Z 

Fletcher Thomas, merchant Ci 

Parr Thomas, nierchant J! ^ 

aVAKRY HILL. 

Carter James^ pocketbk . mk. 



Charnock Thomas, cooper^. ^^ 
Kenyon Thomas, blockmaker <^ 

DUKS STREET. 

Heathcote T. H. merchant •^■ 



8S 



STATE OF THE POLL 



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AT THE CLOSE OF EACH DAY, 



Selection of' the Songs, Squibs, ^c. 



From Saturday, November i, to Saturday, November 8, 1 80G. 



WHICH WBBE PUBLISHED 



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BUmiNG THE lELECTION. 



Total Number of Freemen Polled, 234S. 



To the ivorlljy and independent Frenmm tf Liverpool. 

Brother toyjnfmen — A report has juft reached me, that Parlia- 
ment is immediately to be diflblved, and I feize the earlieft 
opportunity of announcing to you, that as foon a^ I can be 
exonerated from the pun£tilios of my military fituation, I 
•will haften towards my native town, in order to prefent my- 
felf to you as a Candidate for the high honour of again re- 
prefenting you. 

After four contefts, and three fucceffive returns to Parlia- 
ment, there is nothing unknown between us ; I am thoroughly 
and gratefully impreffed by your kindnefs and confidence, 
and with all humility I ofler to your remembrance and confi- 
deration, my parliamentary condud, during the laft four 
years. I have the honour to be, brother townfmen, your 
obliged and devoted fervant, BAN. TARLETON. 

B^th, 7th October, 1800, 



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■ To the loartluj aid independent Fieevwn of L'werpool. 

Gentlemen — The expefted diflblution of Parliament affords 
me another opportunity of foliciting the high honour of bting 
again your Reprefentative. 

By your kind partiality I have been twice elefted to ihat 
mofl honourable ftation ; and I flatter myfelf, that my con- 
duft has merited your approbation. Upon that ground I 
again prefume to offer myfelf to your notice, and if I fliould 
be honoured by your choice, be affured of my continued ex- 
ertions to promote your interefts. 

My public principles are unaltered : — they are the fame 
as when I firll fucceeded to that enviable fituation, in which 
I truft, I fliall again be placed. 

The moment I have made the neceffary arrangements at 
this_ place, to prevent his Majefty's fervice from fuffering 
during my abfence, it is my intention perfonally to folicit your 
fulTrages. ^ In the mean time I entreat you to believe with 
what gratitude and truth I remain. Gentlemen, your much 
obliged and very faithful fervant, ISAAC GASCOYNE. 

Haverfordwest, October \8, I8O6. 

To the tvorlhy and independent Freemen of Liverpool. 

Brother Toxonfmen ! — I cannot fulFer an inflant to elapfe 
xvithout returning to you my fincere and mod cordial thanks. 
During the fhort time that 1 have been amongft you, a com- 
plete canvafs could not be made, but with truth and pleafure, 
I afTure you, that my reception has far exceeded what I ever 
experienced at any former Eleftion. And I have had the 
flattering diflinction of receiving the unanimous thanks of a 
mofl: numerous and refpeftable meeting, for my parliamentary 
condud during the lalt Parliament ; which was propofed to 
the meeting by two Gentlemen, as refpeftable as any inhabit- 
ant of this very refpeftable place. 

The rumours now in circulation, call equally upon me 
and my friends for vigilance and exertion, in order to defeat 
the purpofes of an oppofition, which aims principally at 
your townfman, who has ferved his king and country during 
one and thirty years, and has had the difl;inguifhed honour 
of being your Reprefentative for the lafl: fixteen years of his 
life. I have the honour to be, with refped: and afl'eftion, 
your devoted-and faithful feryant, BAN. TAR LE TON), 

Liverpool, October 27, 1 SO6. 



To the independent Freemen of Liverpool. 

Gentlemen — A diffolution of Parliament having now taken 
place, allow me once more earneftly to folicit the honoar of 
your fupport ; and to affure you, that fliouId I again become 
the objett of your choice the fame folicitude for your interefts, 
and a conftant and unremitted attention to the trade of your 
port, Ihall be uniformly continued on my part. 

It is my intention, if poffible, perfonally to requeft the 
honour of your votes ; but fhould I in any cafe (from the 
extent of the town, or the hurry always attendant on a can- 
vafs} omit this mark of rf fpeft which I feel is due lo you all, 
I truft my motives will not be mifconftrued, but that you 
will give me credit for thofe feelings of gratitude, which moft 
deeply and powerfully imprefs me. I have the honour to 
be. Gentlemen, your moft devoted, and grateful humble 
fervant, ISAAC GASCOYNE. 

Dukt street, Oct. 27, ISOb". 




IVcmled immediately, 6 or 700 Independent Frenr.en 
For the approaching general Eledlion, who will be libe- 
rally rewarded with fair promife^, great profeifions, and a 
fuitable quantity of fine new frothy Nottingham ale. 

Apply at the OcLagcn'commiitfc-room, figa of the Bird 
of Paradife, or at Goldfmith's Hall, fign of the Brunfwick 
Arms, Accommodation-lane. 



The Defeat of the IVIiigs. — a new song. 

You will suort'v be called brother Freemen to action, 
And I write but to guaitl you against the old faction; 
Who four years ago we left quite in the dumps — 
They arc jacobins all, and we call 'em the rumps ! 

Derry down, &(?. 
At present, my friends, they arc all in confusion, 
1 ho' tliey've cunning in plentv and cash in profusion : 
But alas ! with both money and vi'ords at command. 
They can't find amongst 'em a Cock that will stand. 
In this dreadful (juandarv, commencing their search. 
They thought once agaiii of their tickle tail Birch : 
But he being once humbug'd, became rather shy. 
And straiglit took his place in the Nottingham Fly, 
Lord Dashalong next had engaged their affection. 
And they swore if he'd start,^ they "J ensure his electloii} 



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But he, skill'd in driving both l)argaiiis and horses, 
Most wisely mistrusted The strength of their forces. 

To himself thus he argued, these whiggish dissenters 
Will afterwards prove my eternal toriiientors ; 
In Kirby and Croxteth they'll take their diversions. 
And to please 'em at last t must give my reversion's. 

So his lordship fill'd Arthur's long visage vi'ith sorrow. 
When he told them he gave up all thoughts of the Borough ; 
And now the griev'd Banker he takes by the hand. 
Mounts his dicky in haste, and drives ofi' four-in-hand. 

Then 5- m and B h, both being Men most discerning, 

Weil skill'd in Belles Letters and glutted with learning : 
Having sharpen'd their wits o'er a cup of brown nappy. 
Their eloquence flowed, and in accents most happy. 

Says A n, if quickly it is not prevented. 

By these Sogers again we shall be represented j 

Let us wait on Will Roscoe, and strike the firft blow, SiCs, 

He's a Chap that will suit both the Corn Jews and Grocers ! 

But the Poet weigh'd dawn by his last publication, 
Had other guess thoughts than the good of the nation; 
And they vainly describ'd all their forces and strenath. 
To the ponderous Author of Leo the Tenth. '^ 

Disappointment then clouded each Jacobin brow. 
Finding no one would help 'em to kick up a row; 
When Heaven directed, from Yorkshire there came, 
A youth of distinction, large fortune and fame. 

Says Ellis you know my pretensions from birth. 
My honour uablemish'd, my consummate worlh • 
My diligence too, which fittigue ne'er relaxes, 
I shall never be slack, liul when call'd on for taxes ! 

He vow'd that his all in their cause he'd embark, 
Tho" he mortgag'd the beauties of Stapleton Park ; 
And would rather than Lii)erty's efforts disgrace 
Sell the Famili/ Mansion m Banclagh Placed 

But now in their turn all the party look shy. 

And for fear you should wonder Pll just tell you why; 

When Ellis address'd 'em, their visatfes fell 

For sad to relate, they all knew him too well. 

So all disappointed of etirring the embers. 
Of faction and riot against the Old Members; 
We laugli in our sleeve at their various defeats, 
^hd the old ones, I trust, will sit sflug in their seats. 



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For Gasqoyne's reception, then. Freemen prepare, 
Your Literest is his, and your Commerce his care ; 
And whilst all the Faction sneak oft' cheek by jowl. 
We'll drink to his health out of gratitude's bowl I 

Derrv down, See. 



A Penitential Psalm. — short metre. 
Tune — Yankee Doodle. 

At this the Colonel sorely griev'd, 
For 'twas a dreadful blow, Sirs, 
Resolv'd to try if he could touch 
The pockets of the Grocers. 

But little Ban, and Ellis too 



Sib laac Coffin's come to town — 
Not to please the Lasses : — 
He's only come to gull the Whigs — 
A set of stupid asses ! 

Yankee doodle, &c. 



At Joe's defeat the Chapel Bells 
Were all is sadness muffled ; 

And , , and thumping , 

All found their tempers ruffled. 

For they, alas, were fill'd svith fears 
They could not make confusion : 
Nor stir the people into wrath 
At Tarleton's bold intrusion ! 

But little he lick'd his lips. 

Till they were nice and moist, Sirs ; 
And vow'd he'd canvass all the Girlsj 
And give the kiss of Christ, Sirs. 
For Birch, the hero of their sect. 
From Nottingham was driven out : 
And Coke and Smith, both loyal men. 
Their junction there had given out. 
He, therefore, here declin'd to stand. 
Twice having been defeated ; 
And judging wisely that the dose 
Might be again repeated. 

So straight he sent brave Col. Earle, 
A man of manners silky — 
The gallant Admiral to greet 
In accents smooth and milky. 
Says he. Sir Isaac, dearest friend, 
I from my party greet yon ; 
For they are all most excellent men. 
And will most kindly treat you. 
But Coffin, like a sailor rough, 
Had many a wave been toss'd on ; 
And though a Yankee loya), was 
An honest JMan of Boston. 

And hearing of the Party's wiles. 
Says he, I'm not a ninny ; 
Elect me, Gemmen, if yon please, 
*ut I U not speud a guinea ! 



Cried, buttoning up their breeches ; 
We know as two and two makes four. 
So spare your flowery speeches. 

When Birch stood last we freely bled. 
To us Sir Isaac's new Sir ; 
Now sugar's low, and Arthur sour. 
Acceptances are due Sir. 

Of Coffin, Sir, we never heard. 
Except in naval story ; 
Besides, we shrewdly do suspect, 
As he's an arrant Tory. 

By Gascoyne we've been truly serv'd, 
Our commerce he tcok care of; 
Therefore our votes and int'rest too 
He'll have the greatest share of. 

Nor shall we, as we see no cause. 
Subscribe to raise a riot ; 
So pray good Colonel hold} our tongue. 
And leave the town in quiet. 
At this rebuff the gallant chief 
Most sorely was dismay'd. Sirs, 
To find his eloquence sublime 
In vain had been display'd. Sirs. 

But when the junto found at last. 
All projects they'd been marr'd in > 
Deep was the sorrow testify'd 
At 's and Benn's Garden. 

Their hopes are now completely quash'd, 
And Presbyterian faces 
Now substitute for chearing smiles 
Forc'd grins and strange grimaces. 

Amen, amen, ye chaiming tribe — 
For we have now no doubt. Sirs ; 
Nor Old nor ]\'ew Light can survive^ 
They're fairly all put out. Sirs. 

Yaiikee doodle, &c. 



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An Old Song revived. Tune — Liberty Hall. 
Ye Freemen who glory in England's just laws. 
Reward the brave Hero who bled in your caitse ; 
Reward him with honour, do all that you can, 
And let gratitude spring from the breast of each man. 
When the trumpet of war sounded shrill in his ear. 
And the bud of sedition began to appear ; 
When true British liberty nearly was gone. 
And the Rights of brave Englishmen trampled upon : 
When France had deserted religion's great plan. 
And adopted that book, falsely called the " Rights of Man: 
When Hibernia had near from his country been torn. 
Which millions would weep at, that yet are unborn : 
When mutiny rag'd 'mong the lords of the main — 
(But a tear from my eye, shall now blot out the stain ; 
A seaman convinc'd of his error that's past. 
Will stand by his country and fight to the last :) 
In the midst of these dangers did Tarleton appear, 
A friend to his country, a stranger to fear ; 
His monarch, approving the deeds he had done. 
Promoted his rank, for the laurels he'd won. 

Then ye Liverpool voters, now shev/ yourselves men. 
And plump for bra\e Tarleton again and again ; 
I mean no reflection to cast on the rest, 
Only vote for that man who you think deserves best. 



ANECDOTES. 

Of a Major-General. — A Major-General in the army, who 
never diftinguiflied himfelf in his military charader, but who 
having obtained a feat in the houfe of commons, where he 
commonly acted as one of Mr. Pitt's automata, had occafion 
to write to a friend in the neighbourhood of Liverpool, at 
the time when the ftruggle was made in Parliament againft 
the adminiftration of Mr. Addington. In his letter he de- 
fcribed the ftate of parties ; and obferved, that it was then 
impoffible to judge which would prevail ; for his own part, 
he was at a lofs how to ad ; but had determined to vote, ac- 
cording to his confcience, until the event was decided. 

Of a Lieutenant-General. — A Lieutenant-General in the 
army, who formerly, of inferior rank, diftinguiflied himfelf 
abroad, and has fince held his feat in the houfe of commons, 
as one of the reprefentatives of a borough in the North of 



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England, was at Bath when the late Mr. Pitt, a fhort time 
before his death, went to that city for the benefit of the wa- 
ters. Circumflances had recently occurred which made a 
more intimate acquaintance with the Premier exceedingly 
defirable to him ; but having uniformly oppofed the mcafures 
of his adminiftration, he was doubtful how he Ihould be re- 
ceived. He determined, however, to wait upon the minifter, 
and to bid him welcome to Bath. He did fo, and was fo won 
by his polite and conciliating manners that, during a fecond 
vifit, he ventured frankly to explain his fituation. He in- 
formed him, that certain untoward circumftances, which we 
forbare to fpecify, made him defirous of ofiering him a tender 
of his fervices in Parliament ; that he underftood the gentle- 
man holding the ftamp-office in the town he then reprefented 
was then in a precarious ftate of health, and was not expedted 
to recover, and hoped he might be allowed to look for remu- 
neration in an appointment to that fituation as foon as it be- 
came vacant ! To this propofition Mr. Pitt, without hefitation, 
acceded ; but on the exprefs condition, that he fliould imme- 
diately renounce all connexion with his old political adherents. 
Accordingly the General addrefled a letter to an illuftrious 
perfonage, in which he exprefled his fincere regret that he 
fhould find it neceffary to defert " that band of patriots," 
whom he fo highly efteemed, and with whom he had fo long 
aded ; but that imperious circumftances compelled him to 
this ftep ! 

How blind is man with regard to futurity ! The old Gen- 
tleman continues — (and long may he continue) to enjoy the 
emoluments of the ftamp-office ; Mr. Pitt died before he could 
fulfil his engagement ; and the General's letter has been 
handed about in the higher political circles — the avowal of 
his own perfidy — the record of his own difgrace ! I 

MR. BANASTRE 
Begs leave to inform the nobility and gentry of Liver" 
pool, that Mr. Moritz being under the imperious neceffity of 
changing his fituation, he has, at the preffing folicltation of 
that gentleman, come forward, and hopes to merit the appro 
bation of a difcerning public. Mr. Banaftre, who has had 
the honour of playing his tricks before the Imperial Parlia- 



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ment of Great Britain, flatters himfelf that his unrivalled 
exertions will obtain their patronage and favour. 

Firjl — He will, to the aftonifhment of his audience, turn 
his coat fixteen times in one minute. 

Second — He will, by his extraordinary powers, difplay the 
manner in which, in the fummer of 1802, without any vifible 
means, he led by the nofe fix hundred perfons in a populous 
town in the North. 

Third — He will produce his patent leaping Pole, with 
which he will take a furprifing leap from the Exchange to the 
Stamp office. 

Fourth — He will likewife exhibit his wonderful tricks of 
parliamentary legerdemain, which he had tJ^e honour of per- 
forming at Bath, before the late ' heaven-born minifter,' and 
the celebrated Doftor Sidemouth, of Richmond Park. — 
Together with other performances, too numerous to mention 
here. Mr. Banallre will be affifted by the well-known Sieur 
Silveftre, who feizes this opportunity of informing his friends 
and the public, that he has on fale a large quantity of French 
Lace, (duty not paid) which having obtained at the cheapeft 
rate, he will on that account, be enabled to difpofe of on the 
moft'moderate terms. Alfo, a quantity of Balm of Gilead, 
at the manufafturer's prices, credits and difcounts. 
Further particulars will be expreffed in the bills of the day. 
Tickets to be had of the Siciir Siluestre, Searcher's Office. 



To the Tune of Down Derry Down. 

CHOKUS OF FBEEMEN. 

" Ye Nottingliam school lioys be solemn and sad 

" For a cart-load of Birch is arrived in vour land ; 

" Ye Liverpool lads oh rejoice and be glad, 

" For no one will here take the vile twig in hand. 

" Huzza, down, down derry down.' 

Chorus of Boys. 
" Whilst the Nottingham lads their sad destiny weep, 

" And mourn their fiea'd bottoms, their fate we bewail ; 
" For ourselves we rejoice, and in pickle will keep, 

" One branch of that twig, for Sir T s's tail. 

" That we will, down, down derry down.' 



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Chorus cf Freemen. 
-s, oh- waste not your care, 



On little Sir T- . . . 

To the arms of his maid the poor stripling convey ; 
Back back to the nursery let him repair. 

Or the hop o-my-thunib, for his rashness shall pay. 

That he shall, down, down derry down. 

Chorum of School Boys. 



for whoever shall dare 
V word or by acli'on our hero oppose ; 



a twig wc will keep 



«' Nay 

«' B 
" He was born in our town 



and has still been our care, 
" And we will support him and humble his foes. 

" Down with them ! down, down derry down. 

Chorus of Freemen. 
" Yes ! down with his foes, and despis'd be their arts, 
" Their tyranny ne'er shall o'er Takleton prevail; 
" Patent Cojfins are not much admir'd in these parts, 

" And E s, -ind R e at fortune may rail. 

" Down with them, down derry down." 

Both. 
Then let's join in this toast — here's Tari.eton's lov'd name ! 

Whose praise both the field and the senate repeat; 
He toils for our liberties, conmicree and fame. 
And let us reward him again with a seat. 

Yes wc will, down, down derry down. 



TARLETON FOR EVER, HUZZA ! 



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Fluzza Boys— Total defeat of the independent Freemen of Liverpool. 

Hostilities have already commenced, and hitherto we 
have been vitfnrious. The right wing cf the army of the 
honourable and public fpirited freemen was commanded by 
General Virtue, the left by General Liberty, and the centre 
by National Independence. To them was oppofed the grand 
army of li':tle fouls and leaden brains ; the right wing com- 
manded by the Dunkirk Hero, the left by Obi, or three 
fingered Jack, and the centre by the commander in-chief, the 
Devil. Obi, by the frequency of his manoeuvres, com- 
pletely deceived the enemy, and turned their right wing ; 
whilft the Dunkirk Hero taking a lefs advanced pofition, 
threw their left into confufion, by the celerity of his retro- 
gading, which decided the fate of the battle. 

As we underftand the honefl and independent party, mean 
again to try their ftrength, all thofe who prefer ale to honour, 
and degradation to dignity ; in ftiort, all thofe who have no 



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regard for the interefl; of their country or honour of their 
town ; all who are deftitute of common fenfe, or have not 
fouls fit to animate a loufe, are requefled to apply, without 
lofs of time, to General Obi, at the fign of the Apoftate, 
Pitt-ftreet— or to General Half heel, at the fign of the Pli- 
able Confcience, Treafury-fquare, that Liverpool honour, 
independence, and dignity may be utterly deftroyed. By the 
Commander-in-chief. SEIZE FRENCH LACE, Adj. Gen. 
Bcad-Qnar/ers, Pool scpiare, 7iear the Stump-Office, Oct. 29, \806. 

Anecdote of Le Sieur S-lv — tie. 
As morality in private life always redounds to the credit of 
the public charadler, fo ingenuity, though in a private capa • 
city, deferves our admiration ! 

This illudrious perfonage having purchafed books to the 

amount of about one hundred pounds, gave to his bookfeller 

his own acceptance on London for the payment. A few days 

however before the bill became due, Le Sieur acquainted the 

perfon from whom he bought the books, that it was not 

convenient for him to pay the bill. The bookfeller expof- 

tulated— but in vain, Neceflity they fay is the mother of 

invention, and if we may judge from analogy, our noble hero 

is the offspring of compulfion, rather than of pleafure. His 

friend, the bookfeller, at his inftigation collefted, begged, or 

borrowed the amount for which the bill was drawn ; 'the 

money he delivered to Le Sieur, who promifed to remit the 

fame to London. 

To have done this, however, would have been to have 
left the work but half performed :— by an aftonifhing coup- 
de-mam, heilipt the money into his own pocket, and in a few 
days the bill was returned, and the amount was again to be 
paid by the honeft vender. What will not the love of money 
help a man to do ! 

N. B. Le Sieur has not the leafl intimation of this public 
difplay of his aftonilhing perfedion. 

[This hand-bill is inserted merely for the purpose of giving the Editor an oppor- 
tunity of stating to the public, in the most unequivocal terms, that its 
conteDts are false ; and that the lie which it has given to the world, is of 
tlie blackest and most malignant description.— And he thus publicly calls 
upon Mr Jones, one of the Editors of the Liverpool Chronicle, between 
whom and the Editor the transaction alluded to in the hand-bill took place, 
k) s^ate whether or not it is an absolute, wicked aud contemptible false- 



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To the worthy and independent Freemen of Liverpool. 

Gentlemen — After refufing repeated overtures from a 
ponderous author and two refpeftable baronets, and finding 
the liberties of the peop'e in danger, and no candidate willing 
to ftep forward in their caufe, I now take the liberty, confi- 
dently, to lequeft the honour of your fupport. I will not 
fpeak, Gentlemen, of my medical fame, the envy of cotem- 
porary do6lors, and their malicious infinuations againft my 
invaluable medicine afford ample proofs of my fuperiority. 
Upon thefe grounds I take my ftand, and beg leave refpeci:- 
fully to inform you, that I have entered into a coalition with 

E — L H , Efq. of Stapleton Park. The known 

refpedtability of this Gent'eman, and the partiality fliewn him 
on all occafions by the Ladies, joined to my unrivalled repu- 
tation. Induce me to hope for a complete vidlory. Upon 
what is vulgarly termed the broad cloth, we have little re- 
liance ; but to you, independent voters, and to the protedion 
of the fair, we trull ourfelves and our caufe implicitly, and it 
may be fatisfaclory to you to know, that I have purchafed from 
my friend's broker, a large quantity of rum (oi which my 
precious balm is chiefly compofed) which I mean to pay for 
in cafh, and of courfe he will be full fledged for the conteflr. 
To-morrow he will have the pleafure to addrefs you in perfon. 
In the interim I have taken the liberty to fubfcribe our joint 
names to this addrefs ; and I folemnly allure you, that whilfl 
I attend to your health, it will be his ambition to improve your 
morals ; and whillt my bed endeavours are ufed for yur 
bodily conflitution, he will exert himfelf with unceafing zeal 
for the prefervation of the conflitution of the United Kingdom. 
"We have the honour to remain. Gentlemen, your faithful and 
devoted fervants, S. S , M. D. 



E. L. H- 



A.m d« 0» 



TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 

At the Chapel steps. Paradise street, this Day at two o'Clock, 

Lot I. — That well-known black ftallion, CaK'in, about 
fourteen hands high, dock mane and tail, eafy in his paces, 
and a good roadfler, in the habit of carrying ladies gently ; 
a little ftring-ham'd in the off leg, and not without fome 



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blemifli. His temper is very yielding, and by a little patting 
may be mounted by any woman at five minutes notice. 

Lot 2.— a chefnut gelding from Brunfwick, fixteen hands 
high, flump tail, and rather wall-eyed, has never done much 

work, and was lately difcharged from Sir T H 

ftud for want of metal. His coat is remarkable fleek and 
fine, havmg been fed with corn and treacle meches, is mafter 
of any weight, though occafionally apt to be rather fkittifh. 
Some more particulars may be had by enquiring of the Coach- 
man,_G— w— dHall, Alfo, a call mare. May be feen any 
mornmg between eight and nine, at the back of No.— St. 
, or at the Circus Stables. 

Lot 3.— a remarkably bony fpirited horfe, dam by Ellis, 
grand dam by Robert, well known at Harrowgate, York, 
and Doncafter ; an aftonilhing clever animal, but will be fold 
cheap, as the prefent proprietors think him worth little or no- 
thing ; fhuffles in his paces, and a moft capital crolTer and 
joftler, but never fliies except at a Tax-gatherer. 

Lot 4. — Trumpator, run at Nottingham, four years ago, 
and broke down. He is again bolftered up, and ftarts for the 
plate, but having had a fevere kick at St. Stephen's chapel, 
his bottom was injured, and he has fince foundered. Vi.dc 
Racing Calendar, piiblijlied by the Veterinary Doctor at Eaton 
Hall. 

Lot 5.— That excellent horfe, Willyo, fome time ufed as 
acharger in a volunteer corps, marked in the rump, and tail 
nick'd. He is very tender-mouthed, and feems remarkable 
docile, an aftonilhing leaper, and matchable with any filly 
m the Kingdom ; is engaged lo cover at Everton the next 
feafon. 

The remainder of the Stud, will be offered for fale to- 
morrow, as ready money is much wanted. 
IMerpuol, Oct. 30, I8O6. 



^ new So?ig to an old Tune. 
Brother freemen ! I beg you to lend vour attention, 
"While a few of the tricks of the Junto I mention : 
You all must have seen that the late dissolution 
■Our Gen'rals has thrown into gen'ral confusion. 

Sing tantararara rosrues all ! 



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When the tidings so ominous, came to their ears, 
Their stout martial hearts were o'erwhelmed with fears ; 
" By jingo 'tis time to be oft" to our voters, 
" And try if once more, we can gull the old dotards." 

First General Gasconade comes on the field, 

Who for running at Dunkirk to no one would yield ; — 

" I spout like a Tully, bold as Caesar I feel, 

" And have got, like Achilles, a wownd in my heel.'' 

Then General Ttirntall arrives on the ground. 

But his old staunch supporters are not to be found ; 

*' Believe me I feel no dislike to the men, 

" If they'll give me a place, why I'll turn round again! 

But who are the men that support these great sogers P 
ri'aith you will find them a set of queer codgers; 
We'll take them in turn, and first of them all. 
The redoubtable Major of Tea-caddie hall. 

There's C — , and king F , the heads of the clan. 

And B , the famous artillery man ; 

That hawk, too, that Harpi/, who surly and gruff. 
Pays bills in three years, and thinks that soon enough. 

Behold Billy B , with his long lantern jaw, 

With sulky S — S , sweet Mister S , 

Bob N , who shakes like a mountain of jelly, 

N — Fallstaft", with ten quarts of sack in his belly. 

Next A — — comes, he's a mighty great prop, 
'Tis said that his head-piece was made in his shop ; 
A very fit man for the representation. 
Why is not he iiam'd by our ivise C ? 

There's am'rous W — B , young Spindle the roper, 

With Billi/ the bailiff', and young G the toper, 

A good jolly dog, tho' 'tis argued by some. 

Instead of D , it should be Drink-rum. 

That hero whom General Turntail so thanks 
A Colonel was once^-now reduc'd to the ranks ; 
And once was, tho' like a barber he looksj 
A very great crony of Billy the Duke's. 

There's Spectacle Sill, an odd looking fellow, 
You'll take him for Scaramouch or Punchinello ; _ 
A blush is ne'er seen on his impudent face. 
Unless you should happen to talk about lace. 

They've got too, a chaplain, to pray for their cause. 

That shame to his calling that reprobate ; 

Who'll tell you of girls he has ruined by scores. 

He'll supply them at least with two tallies of wh p. 



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But while this long list of queer folks I rejieat, 
I must not I ca?i'i o'erlook Rogej- the Great ! ! 
Beware I beseech you, that monster of tallow. 
Who a man or a horse at one mouthful can swallow. 
To fellows like these shall we bow with submission ? 
No, no, brother chips, 'tis a vile coalition ; 
Then freedom for ever, lads ! stick true to your text. 
We'll show 'em some sparring on Saturday next. 

Sing tantararara. Rogues all ! 






A NEW SONG. 

The Squillers Squibb'd. tune — " Derry Down." , 

Since squibs are the fashion boys, to it let's go — 
And in good humour'd satire our numbers shall flow ; 
No malignant abuse e'er our verses shall taint. 
Though the picture of folly we strongly may paint ! 

Derry down, &c. 

For believe me, my friends, 'tis no gentleman's part. 
Whilst he lashes the manners to stab at the heart ; 
And none but a fiend (in close ambush conceal'd) 
Would tear open the wound that's imperfectly heal'd. 

'Tis Liverpool's boast, an election once done. 
To forget all the satire and laugh at the fun ; 
No ill blood remains, but we jovially join. 
To drown all remembrance of party in wine ! 

Let this declaration the junto content. 
If at their gross folly my laughter I vent ; 
For they're so enamour'd of clamour and riot. 
They cant for their souls let the freemen be quiet. 
And first in their ranks a spare Printer appears. 
Who's in want of a pillory tack'd to his ears : 
I fear should a judge or a jury once fleece him, 
Sandtmon's disciples wont join to release him, 

'Tis grievous to see what a comical whirl 

Has crept into the pate of good A n E — le ; 

Does he vainly imagine he'll pass for discerning. 
By espousing the cause of a monster of learning. 
Does he think it might tend to the good of the town. 
Should Italian Chansons at Saint Stephen's go down ? 
Would the house like to hear what his friend is so pat in,- 
Old Leo's debaucheries spouted in Latin ? 



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All ignorant people conceive it seems grand 

To admire very much what they don't understand : 

And I ne'er knew a fool but for granted he took. 

That a man must be clever who'd written a book. 

Yet their candidate's wits I don't mean to disparage. 

In spite of his last most disastrous miscarriage j 

His poetry's pretty, his numbers are pat, 

But as an historian, he's wickedly flat. 

Yet many good fellows engage in this prank. 

There's gentle Charles Lawrence and peppery Frank ; 

Whh/iowenj W — W— , who tries to evince 

That in manner and air he's a match for a Prince. 
Many more of my friends have engag'd in the plan : — 
There's shrill piping Joey and Jemmy Galan ; 
With spare Harry Norris, who wont be play'd tricks on. 
But swears he can hold as much sack as Ned Dickson. 

And for fear all their projects should suddenly flag. 
They've engag'd in their service the sprightly J — G — ; 

H — J — , Sammy T , and others of note. 

All men of great weight, but the devil a vote. 
All these have the good of their Country at heart. 
And for pelf would from rectitude never depart; 
Yet shew a good place, and I think from my soul. 
That they'd all take a leap with Banastre's long Pole. 
Now leaving these Heroes to sober reflection. 
On the parts they're to act in the farce of Election ; 
Let's adhere to the man who has serv'd us with zeal. 
And fears not again to his Friends to appeal. 
On Saturday morning in crowds we'll appear. 
Quite secure of success and untainted with fear ; 
With grateful emotion for Gascoyne we'll plump. 
Drink a health to Old England and down with the Rump. 

Derry down, &c. 

The Dunkirk Racer 

I'm a Irave GAScoNAder as e'er drew a sword ! 

And 07ice saw a battle, but never did slay ! 
The cannons were roaring, the bullets were flying, 

I was there all the while, hut kepi rimning away ! 

'Tis safer to run than to fight my boys, 
'Tis safer to run than to fight my boys. 
In Parliament I may keep up an alarm. 
But far from the foe I shall meet with no harm, 
O 'tis safer to run than to fight. 
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'I'was at Dunkirk I prov'd the liJo;li mettled racer. 

The guns they did roar, and'l ran with good will ; 
I was hotly pursued, but I beat every chaser. 
And covcr'd with glory, lost only a keel! 

'Tis safer to ran than to fight, £cc. 
For my feafs in that war, and my rotes in the House, 

Your support I entreat upon Saturday next : 
Let Liverpool honour be mule as a mouse. 

And you'll find I shall ever stick close to this text. 

Tis safer to run than to fight, &c. 



Jusl arrived from London— A NEIF PA NORA M J, 
Which will be opened for exhibition at the Town Hall, 
containing feveral fubjefts not yet fufficiently noticed bv 
Artifts. 

On the right hand of the fcene is a diftant view of America, 
with the plains of Bofton, large groups of women and chil- 
dren flying in different direaions ; behind them is feen a 
Lieutenant Colonel, with a firebrand in his hand, with which 
he has already fet fire to feveral houfes and villages ; the moon 
rifing marks the hour to be at the evening, when the peace- 
able inhabitants were dreaming of no enemy. 

The fcene changes to a view of pharo table ; in the front 
of the group is an eminent General ; on his left hand is a 
lady lately come from Wales. Several groups of black legs 
are feen in the back ground, leaning upon and overlooking 
the Bannifter of the hand-rails. 

Upon the left hand is a diflant view of the fortifications 
of Dunkirk, a bird's eye profped ; the diflance is full of fly- 
ing troops, with one of the Commanders defperately wounded 
in the heel. The fcene changes to a view of the Cufl:om- 
houfe in Liverpool, where the wounded Officer endeavours 
to intercede with the Premier for the admiflion of his friends 
to finecures and falaries. 

In the paflage is an exaS portrait of a celebrated Wafher- 
woman, who came down from London in a poft-chaife, to 
arrefl a certain General who was lately returned for Liverpool, 
for a debt of 70/. for ruffling his fliirts for feventeen years ! 
The features are faid to be charafterifliically expreffive. 

There will alfo be exhibited a model of the late mayor 
in Cleiy, and fpeaking figure inclofed in a Cafe. 



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And on the following day will be difpofed of an adlibitum 
hiftory of Pope Leo the Tenth, in twelve volumes ; feveral 
Birch logs, grown in Byrom and Boolh parks, and a large 
quantity of old CoJ/in furniture. 

As it is the earnefl; defire of the Proprietor to receive the 
Fofier'mg encouragement of the public,^ he has endeavoured 
fo be thus early in announcing his intentions. 

Liverpool, Oct. 2S, ISOG. 



J/ist arrived, and to be seen in a few Days, a curious Buck, 

T^iouGH of the common fize, it is allowed to be the only 
one ever publickly exhibited, without horns, from St — p — n 
Park, in Y — k — e. 

It is nearly fix feet in height, and four in circumference. 
Its iManager, Mr. B m, finds very great difficulty in pro- 
curing it a fufficient fupport, which it weeps and voracioufly 
craves after, day and night, which makes it look doubtful 
of its exillence; and to the great mortification of its Manager, 
it has of late ffievvn fymptoms of an approaching diiTolution. 
When exhibited, it emits invifible caps of liberty, which the 
Manager promifes to thofe wlio will contribute to its fupport. 
It is particularly requefted no worthy freemen will, during the 
election, approach too near it. 

Though it has no horns, it has other pernicious qualities, 
which, if once felt by the freemen, might prevent them 
ferving their bcft friends at the approaching eleftion. It is 
feared fome perfons have already felt the efteds of its ferocity. 
This animal has a moft curious method of attack, perhaps 
on account of its having no horns. It is fuppofed by many, 
the eff'eft is produced by fafcination, as the brains of Billy 

J s, in particular, feems to have caught the infeffion, as 

appears in fome hand-bills which have been diftiibuted and 
polled in many parts of the town. 

We hope this is a fufficient caution, as in a few days the 
wildnefs of this fingular animal will become fo reduced, that 
any one may approach it without danger. 

N. B. It cannot be feen after ten at night, as it will then 
be fecured in its cage in the " family vianfion, in Randagh- 
place" Further particulars will be given in future bills. 



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Ban Tarleton was a General, 

Of credit and renown, 
A Member eke of Parliament, 

In famous London town. 

BoIdTarleton's friends said tohim, Ban ! 

Since Parliament's dissolv'd. 
We will support yoiii Gen'ralship, 

We've said — and are resolv'd. 
Then straightway bent to victory. 

The Gen'ral he set out, 
Back'd by his friends at Liverpool, 

Resolv'd to face it ont. 

But whether lie on horseback rode, 
Or came down in ihe mail. 

Or took a third in a post-chaise. 
Is (breign to my tale. 

But this we learn — as soon as his 

Arrial was declar'd. 
His kinsman at Tea-Cadd;/ Hall, 

To greet him was prepar'd. 
Congratulations meet were seen. 

And compliments were paid. 
It was a dainty sight to view. 

And excellently play'd. 

My worthy host ! quoih General Ban, 
Say, is there ought to fear ? — 

"What does these stupid freemen say ? 
Declare — -my dearest dear ! 

The Major pull'd a piteous face. 

And heav'd a doleful sigh ; 
While fatal bodings stood confessed 

In stout Ban Tarleton's eye. 
The gallant Gen'ral musing stood. 

And griev'd was he to find, 
There should the smallest prospect be 

That he'd be left behind. 

His troubl'd soul could not divine 

I'h' occasion of his care ; 
And much the hero was afraid 

There was some hidden snare. 
Yet stil) a transient gleam of hope 

Believ'd his sudden fear ; 
As F _ he advised was 

To broach his ale and beer. 

And strait way Ban,with coarteous looks 
Did hail the gaping crowd. 

And smak'd the Poissards fishy lips 
" To shew he was not proud." ' 



Gilpin lli£ Second.— A true tale* 



The iron muscles of his face 

Were forc'd into a grin. 
And as his custom was through life 

//(' dash'd lltiot/i'k thick and thin- 
Sardonicr.l his smile appear'd 

To those who knew him best; 
And oft ht cast an anxious look 

As through the mob he press'd. 
" My friends ! " quoth Ban, once more 
" I'm come, 

" Your suffrages to seek ; 
" With grateful heart again to lay, 

" JMy service at your feet ; 

"Tis hard.d — d hard, you nil must know 

" For all my troubles past, 
" That you a stranger should prefer, 

" Aud kick me out at last. 
"■ My meritorious conduct, you 

" Sufficiently have known ; 
" My zeal and ardour in your cause, 

" Conspicuously I have shewn. 
" Two fingers in a merry cue, 

" I've lost as you may see, 
" And in my King and Country's cause, 

" Was never known to flee. 
" Eke bold I was, and merciful, 

" As the whole army said ; 
" And all over America, 

" My martial deeds are spread. 
" Now do not you give credit to, 

" The rumour that's afloat, 
" That there is any likelihood 

" I e'er shall change my coat. 
" My spotless name I ne'er will Stamp 

" With such a foul disgrace ; 
'f Or you, my worthy friends ! desert, 

" For Pension or for Place. 
" To Billy Pitt— God rest his soul I 

" I ne'er did bow my head ; 
" Or counicr-like — by Ministers. 
" Ne'er by the nose was led." 
'Tis very odd, so fine a speech 

Should be of no avail ; 
Which circumstance now brings mc 
near 
The ending of my tale. 
The populace as you may tliink, 
'To riot was inclin'd ; 









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Instead of words, they wanted drink, 
Ban's words they knew was ifiud. 

To see the craving multitude. 

It grieved him full sore ; 
Yet loss of pence full well he knew, 

Would trouble him much more. 
Now one, more forward than the rest 

Cries, "General! we are dry;', 
But now perceiving well the joke. 

Says Tarlelon, " so am }." 

And eke there vvas a Citizen, 

Of universal fame ; 
.-\n Otficer I ween he was, 

Sylvester was his name. 

A Belcher kerchief round his neck. 
And coat cut a-la-frock. 



With spectacles which grac'd his nose, 
He seem'd a gallant cock. 

On ev'ry great occasion, he 

Doth shew his knowing face; 

Is ever ready with his quill 
His enemy to lace. 

God prosper long this noble pair, 
■I'heir lives and safeties all ; 

And when the day a|)pointed comes. 
May no mischance befal. 

Now let us sing, lonk live the King, 
And Tarleton long live he ; 

And when the hustings he doth mount. 
May I be there to see I ! ! 



" Make haste or they will be gone. " 
To be difpofed of by private contraft, a numerous aflbrtment 
of well-pointed Libels ! that by a little judicious alteration (of 
which the Advertifer is fully competent,) will completely con. 
found any man of integrity, honour, and virtue. 

Among other invaluable libels will be found one on J 

T n, Efq. never before publifhed, as the Editor volun- 
tarily went down on his knees and implored his compaffion on 
acc.ount of his wife and family, and by fo doing prevented a 
profecution from faid Gentleman. 

A fecond, the original manufcript of a remarkably good 
Libel on a fellow townfman. For this the Editor fufFered a 
profecution, and very happily efcaped with cofts and fmall 
damages by pleading poverty and a hungry family. 

A third, on the Author of Leo the Tenth, expofing his 
deiftical opinions and apoftacy, collefted from the Author's 
writings ; with a profufion of Libels on " Generals, Cuftom- 
houfe Officers, &c." 

Apply at the only genuine and original Libel Office, No. 
2, Covent-garden. 

CORPORATION THEATRE. 

The Managers beg leave refpectfully to inform the Public, 

that they have engaged, for a fliort time only, the two cele-^ 

brated aftors, Meffrs. De Childwall and Banaftre, from the 

Theatre-Royal, Weftminfter, and that to-morrow, the ist of 



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November, 1806, will be performed the comic-tragedy of the 
Coalition, as performed with fome fuccefs in this town in the 
year 1802 ; the fcenery newly got up on the occafion by Mr. 

F- r. Dunkirk Hero, Mr. de Childwall; Major Can- 

nifter, Mr. E. F r; Sir John Leadenhead, Mr. A ; 

Simon Slat-ink, Mr. B ; King John, Mr. F-- — ; No- 
minative, Mr. C ; Jack Skinflint, Mr. S ; Weather- 
cock, Mr. Banaftre ; Scaramouch, Sieur Silveftre, ( if fuf- 
ficiently recovered from his late fevere lacing;) Will Surlv, 

Mr. H r ; Jolly Reftor, Mr. R w ; Parfon Wildoar's, 

Mr. V e ; Scavengers, MelTrs, D n, D r. Spindle, 

&c. &c. 

In the interlude will be fung the following appropriate 
fongs by Mr. de Childwall, " My motion, good Sir, give me 
leave to withdraw ;" as fung by him in Weilminfter Theatre, 
with great applaufe, and encored not lefs than fixteen times ; 
together with a new fong of " Why then for once fhall con- 
fcience diftate." 

By Sieur Silveflre, " Come buy my cheap Edge-in, come 
buy, come buy," a fong univerfally admired, particularly by 
the Ladies. 

By Mr. Banaftre, " Banny leave the Girls alone," and the 
favourite fong of " A fig for my friends, if I gain but my 
ends, fo give me place, my dear Billy," or a " Sigh for the 
Polar Office." 

After which, by particular defire, will be performed the 
popular entertainment of Turn Coat turned out ; or. Merit 
Triumphant, at the clofe of which Mr. Banaftre will amufe 
the company with a Pas Seul, in which he will introduce his 
new Retrogade Step. 

The whole to conclude with Rofcoe has conquered, and 
God fave the King ! 

In order to prevent the interruption of Mr. Bauaftre's 
evening performances the play will commence at nine o'clock 
in the morning. — The Managers beg to apologize for the fhort 
notice they have given, but their motives are well known to 
their friends. Tickets to be had at the ufual prices, from 
Signor Don S , at his office in Fenwick ftreet. 

Liverpool, Oct. 31, I6O6. 



103 



A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, 



In var'toiii Bindings and Conditions, the property of a Candidate, in-, 
tended shorthj to be knocked off to the highest Bidder. 



Lot t. The Mufter Mafter's Companion, contammg 
eafy rules for making returns to the War-office, as praftifed 
by the fuzileer regiments ; with rules for volunteer colonels 

on trial by court martials. By . Smooth fine binding, 

unlettered. 

Matrimonial Felicity ; a dream in blank verfe. By a 



2. 



late mayor, with curfory remarks on fornication. To this 
work was formerly affixed, an excellent magiftrate's vade 
mecum, which has been unfortunately wzZ-laid. By — » 

. Superbly bound and gilt. 

3. Hints to Reviewers, with fundry tranflations, from 
the Italian. By the Author's late Clarke, whilft at Rome. — 
With poetical illuftrations of the evidences of Chriftianity. 
To which is prefixed, the art of book-making with fciffars. 
By . Lettered, but not gilt. 

4iA Treatife on Bills of Exchange, and the utility of Banks, 
and the Coal-heavers Affiftant, bound in one Volume. By 



This book was very much injured, but has been re-bound 
and undergone a thorough repair, by the author of hints to 
reviewers, and matrimonial felicity ; and is nearly as good 
as new. 

N. B. Lots 2, 3, and 4, are expefted to be difpofed of 
together. 

5. An Appendix to the laft work, containing fugitive 
pieces of four and twenty tailors all in a row ; and a complete 
refutation of the vulgar adage, that nine tailors make a man. 
Familiar Anecdotes of my friend Jack Clarke, and other 

petty pieces. By . A duodecimo, neither gilt nor 

lettered. 

6. The Art of Cookery, with an Effay on Falfe Tafte, 
and eafy rules for learning the Names of Painters without 
feeing their works. By . 

Coarfely bound and wants gilding; a double oclavo, un- 
lettered, and might ferve to fill up a top flielf, being too heavy 
for general ufe. 




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7. Effay on Abftinence, a Farce, finely embelliftied with 
views of Knowfley, the Gloucefter arms, and a fleeping 
beauty. By , M. D. 

8. Ovid's Art of Love revifed, and a love letter to a lady 

in S — A ftreet, with the Old Seel torn off; on fine paper 

and hot preffed. By . Superbly bound, with broad 

gilt margins. 

9. Hiftory of the Rife and Progrefs of the Rebellion in 
Ireland, with fecret anecdotes of the White Boys, from afliual 
obfervation, printed originally in Irifh, and tranflated. By 

. A fcarce copy, the other copies have been de- 

ftroyed by Royal Authority. 

10. Reading mixle Eafy for grown up gentlemen; to 
which is prefixed, a {ketch of the life of Shakfpeare. By 
. Calf backs, fuperbly gilt, but not lettered. 

l\. Sermons extracted from the Works of Price and 
Prieftley; with obfervations on the repeal of the Tefl Aft, and 

a Hiftory of the Rump Parliament. By . Done up 

in oak boards, and a neat duodecimo, varnifhed, with brafs 
clafps. 

12. Supplement to the lafl work, onfmoothwove paper; 
with notes critical and explanatory, and a refutation of the 
works of Galen. By , M. D. 

13. A new Treatife on Barratry, with eafy methods for 
making a profitable voyage to Africa, as pradifed by the 
author and his captain, with great fuccefs ; with an engraved 
frontifpiece, reprefenting the new method of trading at Cape 
Coaft. By . Small octavo, gilt, and lettered. 

The Drawing Room Companion, with the ceremony 



14. 



By Sir 



and 



of entertaining Princes of the Blood. 

Lady — ■ — Printed on /oe//"-cap, handfomely bound, 

with flowered back, not lettered. 

15 Baron Munchaufen revived, and travels in Holland, 

and the life and adventures of Smuggling Bob. By 

. Rough calf, neither gilt nor lettered. 

16. Appendix to Kearfley's Peerage, anecdotes of the 
Helketh F^amily, the Law of High Treafon, and the Corn 

Jews' Companion, bound together. By . Pompoufly 

bound in Morocco, not gilt, and imperfeftly lettered. 



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17. The Underwriter's Memorandum Book, and rules 
for evading payment of Lofles, with a lift of the law fuits the 
author has been engaged in, and the unfuccefsful termination 

thereof. By Printed in the original Scotch, 

a thin folio, in coarfe binding. 

N. B. This book was found in a whifkey diftillery in the 
Highlands. 

1 8. The Amorous Parfon and Inquifitive Tanner ; or the 
fpirit willing but the flefh is weak : a real tale from aftual ob- 
fervation. lUuftrated with three defcriptive engravings : ift, 

a view of MefTrs. and Co's tan-works in the Park. 

2d, a courting fcene under a hedge. 3d, the unlucky dif- 
covery. By . 

19. Every Man his own Coachman, elTays on fox-hunt- 
ing, gambling, reverfions, and undue influence at eleftions. 
By Earl Daftialong. A folio, gold clafps, but rather broken 
in the back. 

20. Barclay's Apology, with an account of the ceremony 
ufed by the Quakers, in reading out a member ; and a treatife 
on democracy. By . 

21. A new Spelling Didtionary, and the complete Letter 
Writer, for counting-houfe ufe. Together with fome ac- 
count of the Bahama Iflands, with an engraved frontifpiece, 
reprefenting the author and his lady running away with a ba- 
rouche. By . Boundincalf, and handfomely lettered. 

22. The twins, in fix cantos, with vignettes, and a good 
tail-piece. By . A family work in flieets. 



To the worthy arid independent Electors of Liverpool. 

Gentlemen, — Encouraged by a refpedable number of free- 
men, to offer my fervices for my native town ; I now come 
forward, as a candidate, to fupport your rights. 

Having paft the greateft part of my life amongft you, it 
is unneceflary for to ftate any profeffions refpefting myfelf. — 
I am fully aware that the moft undeviating integrity, and un- 
remitting attention to your interefts, and the kingdom in 
general, is the only means to fecure your confidence and 
efteem. I have the honour to be. Gentlemen, your faithful 
and obliged fervant, ELLIS 'L. HODGSON. 

Liverpool, Oct. 31, 1806. 






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To the Freemen of Liverpool. 

Gentlemen, — Induced by the moft earneft and friendly af- 
furances of fupport, from a numerous and refpedable body 
ol the independent e'edors of this town ; I beg leave to offer 
myfelf to your choice, at the approaching eleftion, and ear- 
neftly to foHcit your fuifrages for the high honour of repre- 
fenting you in Parliament. 

1 he conviftion which I feel of the great refponfibility and 
ferious duties which are attached to this important truft, will 
difpenfe with the neceffity of thofe piofeffions which it is fo 
ufual, and fo eafy to make on firailar occafions. It will, I 
hope, be fufEciently underftood, that in offering myfelf to 
your approbation, I devote myfelf to your fervice ; and if 
the partial recommendation of thofe independent eleftors who 
have encouraged me to this meafure, fhould be fan£tioned by 
the general voice of my fellow-townfmen, it fhall be the ob- 
ject of my life to anfwer your expe£tations, and to juftify 
your choice. I have the honour to be, with the greateft at- 
tachment and refpefl, Gentiemen, your mofl faithful and 
moft obedient fervant, WILLIAM ROSCOE. 

Mlerton-Hull, Oct. 31, 1806. 



To the free and independent Electors of Liverpool. 

Gentlemen, — For the very early period fixed for the elec- 
tion, it is wholly impoffible for me to pay you my perfonal 
refped^^ fo generally as I could wifh, and I muft therefore in- 
treat that you will do me the juflice to believe, that there has 
been no intentional omiffion on my part, and that in offering 
myfelf to your notice, it is my determined refolution to give 
you an opportunity of exerting, in its fullefl extent, your 
mofl invaluable privilege, and of diflinguilhing by your fa- 
vour and fupport the man of your choice. I remain. Gen- 
tlemen, your devoted fervant, WILLIAM ROSCOE. 

October 31, 1806. 



By permission of tlw JVorskipful the Rabble, and by command of Tw9 
Generals out of Office. 
Theatre Royal, Roval Exchange, on Saturday Morning, Nov. 1, 
will be performed, a 'new plav, called The Mushroom huD; or, 
Kogues aiid Fools let loose. 



107 

Adjutant Billingsgate, Mr. S — ■ H 

Who to get into office with Gascoyne enlisted. 

And in ryming and eh g, has always persisted. 

Squire Treaele Mr. T — C • 

Who does not know the eccentric Tommy ? 
And his finical brother, the new bailiff .Johnny ? 

Old Putty, Mr. A 

Thi« overgrown mushroom, old alderman John, 

In putty and lead is excelled by none ; 

And to save from the Devil, the Saint Simon Cock 

Many holders of bills he has split on a rock ; 

But oh ! solid lead vou must not look back. 

Or like so much glass the rogue Saiion will crack. 

Young Putty, Master T 

Being his first appearance on any stage, but with the able assist- 
ance of his Uncle Treacle, we have no doubt of his becoming an 
excellent performer. 

Corporal Nobottom, Mr. J. D 






An old performer, but not of much note 
Excepting at Sefton, and their a great sot. 

Captain Allguts, Mr. N — D — 



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Although by wise Solomon this monster was got. 
But little of wisdom has ftdl'n to his lot. 

Major Blunder, Mr. B 



This blundering major you very well know. 
Was here your chief magistrate not long ago ; 
But oh ! what a blunder was that he once made, 
When the inkstand he threw at the p r's head. 

In the course of the entertainment will be recited by Mr. H , 

iVoni the Theatre Royal, Everton, Collins's Ode on the Passions. — 
The whole to conclude with a Tantararara Dance, by the principal 
Performers. 



SONG— Tune, « Ye Soldiers (f Erin." 

Yk freemen of Liverpool bound to elect, 
A man who your commerce and trade will protect j 
Take advice, or believe mc at some future time, 
You may wish you had heeded a scribble in rhyme : 
Never mind what the mealy-mouthed Presbyters say. 
But take off your hats and cry Tarleton, Huzza ! 



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Of Tarleton you all my good fellows have heard, - 
He's a soldier of honour and true to his word ; 
He has ever protected our commerce and trade^ 
And his zeal by our efforts shall now be repaid : 
Whatever the mealy-mouthed Presbyters sav, 
Plump up for a Tarleton again boys. Huzza ! 

And leave to the assassin who stabs in the dark, 
Allusions devoid of humanity's spark ; 
And never defile a good cause with a line 
Indecent, or that / should blush to call mine ; 
But leave to the Presbyters such things to say 
Disgusting ! inhuman ! Huzza boys. Huzza. 

Come then my good fellows and plump up for him, 

Whom we'll pledge in a bumper filled up to the brim. 

Green is the colour, for green we will plump, 

" Success to the General," down with the rump : 

And the Presbyters spirits will droop boys to dav, 

At ^he sound of " A Tarleton," Huzza boys. Huzza. 



A strange Animal just arrived, and to lo seen at the Angel Imi, 

Dale street. 

This Animal, furnamed Leo X. has been in the kingdom 
feme time, but never excited much curiofity before this week ; 
his keeper intends exhibiting him at the above Inn, for a few 
days previous to his taking him up to London, there to be 
incorporated with the beafts in the Tower, and earneftly re- 
quefts thofe perfons who wifli to fee him will apply imme- 
diately, as he is afraid he will not furvive many days, all his 
fuftenance being taken in ^t the r p. 



THEATRE ROYAL, CASTLE STREET. 

To-morrow, Saturday, i ft November, 1806, willbepre- 
fented a fovorite Comedy, (not acted here for many years,) 
called JOHN BULL's GLORY ; or the Freedom of Election. 
General Turncoat, ]\Ir. Banaftre, (pofitively his laft appear- 
ance) ; General Runaway, Mr. Dunkirk ; Lord Harpy, Mr. 
Everton, (his laft appearance'! ; Sir Richmond Seizelace, Sieur 
Silveftre ; Sir Stapleton Mortgage, Mr. Ellis, (his laft ap- 
pearance) in which he will introduce the favourite fongs of 
" I'm Yorkfliire too ;" and a ditty with which he has often 
delighted tjje public, called " Raifing the Wind ! ! ! " the 



109 

Earl of Lovemerit, Mr. Thomafo, certainly not hia laft ap- 
pearance. 

The public having exprefled cdnfiderable diflatisfaftidil 
with the performers of laft feafon, the Managers beg leave 
refpedtfully to fay, that a Gentleman lineally defcended 
from the celebrated RofciiiS, will undertake the part of the 
independent Engliftiman, being his firft appearance on a 
public ftage ; and they flatter themfelves that the abilities of 
this gentleman will give fuch fatisfadion, as will enable theitt 
to recommend him to tread the London Boards, the cnfuing 
winter. The Managers further affure the public, that they 
intend to meet their wilhes, by difcharging the moft obnox- 
ious performer, having difcovered that he cannot any longer 
fupport a refpeftable charafter, and during the whole feafoii 
that he thinks of nothing but his own benefit. 

Doors to be opened at feven, and the performance to begiii 
at nine, A. M. Vivant Rex et Regina ! 



For Sale near tlie fop of Dale street, on Saturday and the following 
days, a valuable Collection of Books, in scarce and curious Bindings. 

The Hiftory of Flanders, (not Moll) with an account of 
the memorable fiege of Dunkirk ; to which is added an effay 
on the fmell of gunpowder, ftiewing its terrifying effefts on 

the human mind. By , Efq. M. P. a rare copy, 

bound in blue Morocco, with red borders, &c. 

2. A Brief Hiftory of the Campaigns in America, under 
the Marquis Cornwallis ; with a particular account of th^ 
ravages made by the American Generals on the poor and 

defencelefs inhabitants. To which is added Mrs. 's Ode 

to Love and Gratitude. By , Efq. 

N. B. This Book has been much ufed, and wants re- 
binding. 

3. An EfTay on the Brunfwick Lace, fhewing its fuperi- 
ority over every other manufacture for cheapnefs and dura- 
bility. By the Right Hon. Baron Munchaufen Sieur , 

late iearcher, to the King. 

N. B. The binding of this work is doubtful ; but frdnSf 
its' fallow and greafy appearance, it is fuppof'ed to be bound ia 
pig Jkin, and h;is fome appearance of having been lettered, 
but in an ^inknown tongue. 



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4« An Eflay on Reverfionary Payments, proving to thd 
moft fceptic, that a man engaged in a confiderable bufinefs 
may maintain his family in a genteel ftyle, by protrading his 
payments for two or three years. Bv the Emperor of Man- 
hull, &c. &c. ■ f 6 
f), N. B. This book is bound in ruf calf, but not lettered. 

5. The Memoirs of s. Woman of Pleafure, or the fur- 
prifmg adventures of F y H— 11. By the celebrated Dr. 

N. B. A rare copy, but in fheets. 

6. TheSurprifmg Adventures of Sinbad the Sailor, with 
a particular account of the many fhipwrecks which he fufFered, 
and of his aftonifhing efcape, and good fortune in being raifed 
from a cabin boy to a mate, and from a mate to a captain ; 
and from thence to a common council man, and afterwards to 
a Lord Mayor of a great town, and his wonderful knowledge 
of the law, eloquence, and fagacity, during his mayorality, 

&c. &c. By , Efq. of the Hon C— of A . 

Bound in plain calf, not lettered, but border rolled with 
gold. 

7. An Eflay on the Compofition of Sermons, fliewing the 
folly and abfurdity of a man writing his own, when fo many 
good ones may be had at fo reafonable a price. To which is 
added a difcourfe on eleftioneering, proving it not to be in- 
confiftent with the facred charafter of clergyman. By Dr. 

Bony face, ReSor of . This is a fcarce book, 

bound in black fheep, with a loofe cover, made of wolf's 
Ikin. 

8. An Eflay on Rope-making, proving that a man may 
underfland the bufmefs, although he never faw a rope made. 
By Timothy Spindle. Bound in Rufiia. 

9. A General Eflay on the dreadful Effefts of Jealoufy, 
exemplified in a man fpending his money to fupport another 

whom he detefls. By his Grace the of . With 

feveral pamphlets. 

1 o. An Eflay on Boxing, by . An Eflay on GluU 

tony and Drunkennefs, by . The Ranks of Society, 

^c. by . 

II. Hiftory of Tom Thumb, by . Hiftory of 



Lady Tettjr, by 



with many others. 



Ill 

A NEW SONG.— To the Tune of the Tinker's Julilee. 
Brother Townsmen, come listen to me, 

Aftd I'll tell you a comical story. 
Concerning a half-wit, at best. 

That's canvassing now in his glory ; 
Who a strutting great Adjutant is, 

As well as a judge in French, Lace, sir ; 
He would go to the Devil for interest. 
In office he's got a snng place, sir. 

Rum ti iddle ti iddle ti, &c. 

His slight of hand tricks will exhibit. 

As he leads up the Tallies to vote, sir. 
Which for reasons I'll tell you, as how. 

It was Gascoyne first set him afloat, sir 5 
When a limb of the law, for his clients, 

Day and night had to puzzle his brains, sir. 
It was hard tliat so useful a member 

Could not live by his ill-gotten gains, sir. 
Rum ti iddle ti iddle ti, &c. 

At the hustings, each day of the Poll, 

The champion so great you shall see, sir. 
You'll hear him to bellow a mile, 

So full of the business he'll be, sir, 
Tho' I'd have him to take special care. 

It may cause his poor pate so to swell, sir. 
Should his wind-pipe be stopp'd by the way. 

Ne'er again can his services tell, sir. 

Rum ti iddle ti iddle ti, &c. 

In short, none escape can his clutches, 

At searching so clever, egad sir, 
Tho' the Doctor tool: witty Sill in 

With his Cordial Balm of Gilead, sir. 
You'd think that 'iw?.f devilish hard, 

Tho' he'd take in his next door neighbour. 
He was cursedly down in the mouth. 
He no rino coule get for his labour. 

Rum ti iddle ti iddle ti, &c. 

Til do him the justice to say, s 

I think that with none he'll cajole, sir j 
Tho' he's clever, passing clever, indeed. 

He can't take a leap with a pole sir j 
So dext'rous of late with his pranks, 

I'd have him take care Mr. Banastre, 
'Ere the pollings half over,, Sieur Sill 

Will rap at the General's canister. 

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Worthy Freeraen I'll finish mv song, 

If your patiunce I've not tried out sirs. 
General Gaseoyne again be your choice. 

He's a man beyond ever' a doubts sirs ; 
The contest he'll bold to the last, 

Whilst a Freejnan can take by the hand, sir. 
All is good, worthy friends know "it well. 

He's a Cock tii^^ for ever will stand, sir. 
Rnm ti Iddle ti iddle ti, &c. 



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CATALOGUE OF BOOKS. 

Second Day's Sale Continued from Page 105. 

Lot 23. A Supplement to the Memoirs of the late un- 
fortunate Mrs. Mary Robinfon, giving an account of her 
exemplary generofity and kindnefs to a military Adonis, and 
the manner in which he requited her. By an eye witnefs. 
" No more shall Banny ever sleep on ministerial beds of roses." 

24. By the fame author. Military Picnics ; being a col- 
leftion of Theatrical Pieces, among which is a favourite farce, 
called The Englifh Fleet as it will be in 1807; in which is 
whimfically enough introduced. Obi, or Three Fingered 
Jack, who will fing the favourite fong from the Spoiled Child, 
of " Since then I'm doom'd this fad reverfe to prove." 

25. A Hiftory of the Rife and Fall of St. Domingo, with 
the author's opinions of the bad confequences that may enfue 
to Jamaica, from its proximity to that fettlement. By 

26. Every man his own Glazier ; a book particularly 
ufeful during the tinie of eleftions, when it has been proved 
that glaziers fend their men round to break their cuftomers' 
windows; witnefs the late proceedings in Park lane. By 

27. New Tales of Wonder. By William, the hold Car- 
penter ; author of the favourite novel called " Falfe EfFufions 
or the Tears of Senfibility, and Emanations of Infincerity." ' 

28. A Sermon on the Mount, by the Rev. — , 

N. B. Our author by mount feems to mean preferment, to 
obtain which he feems to think any meafures are lawful. 

29. The Veterinary School Revifed ; to which is added, 
a Defence of the Conduft of John Gilpin, who broke the 

Bottles, and let the Wine go to the D 1, while running 

a race. By ■ . 

" He carries weight, he rides a race, 'tis for a thousand pounds." 



30. The Adventures of an Ink-ftand ; fliewlng the various 
purpofes, as well juridical as literary, to which an Ink-ftand 

may be applied. By . ProfelTor of Belles Letters, and 

Great Guns. 

31. The Recantation, a poem ; by Apollo -• Ine 

author of this poem having been guilty of various libels ; 
though not quite a ftripling, has felt the Birch; and fome 
fuppofe that he has undergone medical cafligatien, as he was 
fuppofed to be infane, which belief is ftrengthened by pre- 
eminent beauty and generous hofpitality, having been the 
objefts of his unfeeling attacks. 

32. The Hard Cafe ; or, the Loft Eledion. By 

This laft is in the prefs and will foon be pubhftied. 

END OF THE SECOND DAY's SALE. 



To the Merchants and Traders to Buenos Ayres. 

A fteady adtive Man, rather paft the prime of life, for- 
merly in the American trade, but who has been for many 
years employed as a general agent by houfes of the firft re- 
fpe£tability in this town, intends to proceed immediately to 
Buenos Ayres, and will be happy to take the management of 
any buftnefs that may be intrufted to him. Having engaged 
his paflage in a faft failing ftiip he proceeds with the firft fair 
wind, as his grand objeft is to evade the Fleet. 

He takes with him a large affortment of canvafs manu- 
fadured by Merchant Billy, which he expefts will anfwer ia 
that market, though totally ufelefs to hini here : this market 
being at prefent fupplied with a better article. As a contra- 
band flave trade is expedted to be carried on there to a great 
extent, his former employers, Meflrs. Harpy, Gunman, Bow- 
ton, Hawker, and others, have fignified to him their intention 
of employing him, and Mr. Alderman Putty has kindly ob- 
tained for him an unlimited credit on his friends, Meflrs. 
George Ballywick and Co. London, who will alfo guarantee 
his fales. 

Dr. Soliman having appointed another agent, Mr. Sil- 
veftre has undertaken to fupply him with Balm of Gilead, on 
fuch terms as will enable him to underfell his old friend the 
Doftor. Mr. Silveftre wiH alfo fupply him with an extenfive 
aiTortment of point. 




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Through the Interefl of his friends, Meffrs. Gregorys and 
Lxwfl^or, bankers, he is appointed to feleft hides for the 
l:;ark Tanners, and having had confiderable praftice in Ame- 
rica during ^.Jlaughlenng feafon, particularly at Cow Pens, he 
flatters himfe f he is not ignorant of that branch, to aflift 
him in which Mr. CrofF has kindly lent him a lot of his 
butchers. 

Thus fupported, he has only to refer to any of the above 
relpettable houfes, who from long experience can anfwer for 
him that he is capable of felling any thing, and that he never 
made a bad fale but one, and that was to a dealer of great 
apparent fohdity ; however fhortly after the contraft was made, 
the purchafer died infolvent, and as the contract had not been 
confirmed at the Stamp-Office it became invalid ; he muft 
again enforce the neceffity of difpatch, as the Fled will cer- 
tainly overtake him if he does not fliortlv depart, the confe- 
quence is obvious ! ! ! 

Letters (poft paid) addreffed to B. T. General, A sent, 
leacaddie Hall, will be immediately attended to. 

Liuerpool, Nov. 4, 1806. 



A Parody Parodied; or, the Freemen verms R- 



Come listen evrylord and lady, squire, knight and statesman, 
J ve got a little song to sing about a verv great man, 

And 'f the name of R- should mingle with my storv, 

lis with all due submission to his honour's worship's glory. 

Bow .wow wow, (S'c. ■" 

He mounted once the hustings, thinking it was the high road. 

To favour tor himself and friends to travel bv a nigh road. 

And after making mighty fuss, and fighting nightlind day. sirs, 

Tis monstrous ungeuteel of us, who will not let him stay sirs; 

Row row row, <^t. 
Two noblemen were sent him in electioneerins: able. 

And R listened greedily to ev'rv flatt^rino- fable : 

-1 hese ords a speech full two hours long,' most patiently were heard in. 
And all the tribe assembled round, did each one put a word in. 

Row row row, &c. 
?Whn"Tr7' " yo" are well aware I pity freemen's blindness. 
Who thnik we broke their windows all, just out of love and 
Kindness, * 

" wLf !v 'I"' '^''^- '^"" '^" ^'''' ^'^''°' «'-' ^^'^ «"r income. 

wetn -'■°" '"■' • ^^''>' '''> '''^ »^»^^-' ''^il' be more f4e than 
welcome.- ^.^j ,^^j jy,^ ^^,_ 



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" Then gentlemen you seem to think, T have not art to dove them, 
" And that my pnnd'rous eloquence will even fail to move them 
" The odds a hundred are to one, I am not fortune's minion." 
Then ev'ri his friends lamenting cried, " we're quite of your opinion." 

Row row ro\\', <^c. 
Tlie hustings were next morning of beaux and beauties quite full. 

And R 's disappointed crew came on in mood full spightful; 

They talk'd so loud, and huff'd, and bluff'd, to shew us what their 

trade is, 
Thev scolded all the freemen, and frighten'd — all the ladies. 

Tol lol lol, &c. 
" I'll win the day, oh ! softly now, you've lost it long ago, sir, — 
" But my crew will breed confusion dire, and deal full many a blow. 



" Oh sir ! your friends will all agree, and that indeed they're right in, 
" That if they'd Tarleton's voters beat, it niusK not be by fighting." 

Row dow dow, <^c. 
" Then since ye still may vainly strive dissension foul to breed, sir, 
" The example set to leave the field, and good will shall succeed, sir, 
" For we're determin'd one and all, which else you may remember, 
" To make our noble hero of this I'arliaincnt a Member." 

Row uow dow, &c. 



The Tories Triumphant, or (he Downfall of' the Presliyierium, 

Yield ! yield ! Presbyterians give up the election, 
P'or tho' Roscoe would serve you with steady aftection. 
Yet your town is so smitten with honour and glory. 
There's hardly a Whig and there is not a Tory, 
Who can listen to oirght but a General's story. 
Then soldiers and soldiers together unite, 
Yc're great in the lorum if great in the fight. 

First General G who fled from the field, 

But 'twas zeal for your town made the General yield, 
He shrewdly susjiccted when he ran away, 
i hat in Parliament battle at some future day 
He might fight all your battles a veteran grey. 
Then soldiers, &fc. ^ ^ 

Next General Tumtail whose name is still prouder. 
He has fought the Yankies, he has smelt their powder. 
Of Frenchmen and Dutchmen he never afraid is. 
And knows just as much of what English trade is 
As his fnend Billy Pitt did of English ladies. 
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This General so famous for turning his coat, 
Sas fmarhate none if you wont gwe h.m your .ote ; 
Besides his supporters are fighting men all 
And Colonels and Majors are here at h,s call, 
No wonder the citizens go to the wall. 
Then soldiers, ^c. 

There's the C House chieftain the aged Co ector. 

Who swore he would beat out the brams of Detector, 
And thrash him whenever he fell m his ^^ay, 

So taking Tom E for detector one day, 

For a bloody assault had the d 1 to pay 

Then soldiers, &c. 
But detector he knew not ; behold h^re he con.e^, ^ 
A friend to the Generals, a fnend to their drums . 
All parties allow he's a very good jester. 
And what with his impudence punning and pester. 
Quite a host in himself is Mr. S.lvcstre. 

Then soldiers, &c. 
Their Chaplain the reverend red nose is next, 

^ith G- his sermon and T — -— his texi. 

To bribe this divine tho' a mitre you bring 

The zealous defender of Church and ot King, 

me the rest of the tribe would refiise the good thing. 

Then soldiers, &c. 
Then there's B-^ so noted for courage and fight, 

And B the famous artillery knight. 

The redoubtable major of Tea-caddie Hall, 

A corps of attornies, some great and some small, 

And B— — who fain would fight more than them all. 

Then soldiers, ^c. 
From Evertoii-hill comes the great Mr, H 



From tverion-nui cumto ..i.^ 5. — _ - . - 

Sorne call him a cheat and all call h.m a sharper, 
Whh his friend and near neighbour, the exquisite L— 
And old Alderman Putty, a peaceable cit; 
In short, all the friends of the late Mr. Pitt. 

Then soldiers, <^c. 
Then ' yield ! Presbyterians give up the Election, 
For tho' Roscoe would serve you with steady affection. 
Yet vour town is so smitten, with honour and glory. 
There's a hardly a Whig, and there's not a Tory, 
Who can listen to ought but a General s story. 
Then soldiers and soldiers together unite, 
•you're great in the forum if great m the hght. 



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JUST ARRIVED, . 

though more than fujtaently known ^^^J\^\ ^f a man, 
defcrlbed. It has ^fe head o a 4t, but he ^ g ^^.^^^ 
was fed in L-n-cn-f-e, and atterwar ^^^,.^^_ 

it obtained the common name ot Ur. ^Y g ^ \^ ^a- 

r„ce U was '^'V^Z^'^^^^:!: '«% foou 
lignant unruly difpolitipn ^emg bellowing of a 

turned adrift. The Y"^^'^/^^^^^^^^^ as Church and 

bull : has a fmattenng of certain wor ^^ ^.^.^^ 

Conftitution, to ^hichhowe^er^he anin . g ^^^ .^ ^^^^^^ 
„.eaning, but becomes inftant^ymuchj^^^ ,^^^.^^^ ^^^.^^ 
up to the higheft pi ch of ^e mo t ext'-a g ^,rre£tton, 

It^is venereally inchned, ^^"^"^^^ J J^^^f ^ roughnefs of the 
of afavage difpofition, a^'i P^^^f ^J^^f^j ,\e quackery of a 
bear, the fetid qualities of ^^e ^akl tn q^ ^ J^ ^^ 

aaySs frel'Sro-Str tu'. of oL ana ..o. 

A Plumper for Tarlelon. 

Let each honest freeman attend to my call, 
And for freedom and liberty join one and all, 
te honest and steady, and let the world see. 
That freemen we are, and will ever be free. 

Derry down, (sic. 

Let those that deny us our freedom and ehoice. 

Be expos'd, and oppos'd to with freedom and voice. 

But a free Election— we'll let them ail see, 

That freemen we are, and will ever be tree. 

Our fathers of old were caress'd for their votes, 

But a candidate must not be cram'd down our throats. 

They count us as cyphers, but soon they shall ^ste, 

We'll vote like good freemen, to prove we arc .ree. 

When merit appears, we for merit will shout, 

But the man without merit— why, let him turn oat ; 
Brave Tarleton has merit, then let all the worin see. 

That merit's tbe motive— with men that arc tree. 

The rights ot our freedom as tradesmen are lost. 

But those who've betray d us shall teel to ihtir cost. 



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Our rights as electors for ever shall be. 
As dear to our lives for we'll ever be free. 
No threats shall dismay us, tho' threats have been try'd* 
We'll vote with our conscience whatever betide 
The men who can threaten us soon they shall see, 
Tho' they'd have us be slaves yet we dared to be free. 
For Tarleton has merit, on that he depends. 
And the friends of brave Tarleton are liberty's friends 
No threats they impose on the freemen you see 
But shew us his merit and bid us be free. 
Come then, honest freemen, at liberty's call, 
And for Tarleton, a plumper, let's vote one anrl all 
Let those who would cheat us of liberty — see. 
We'll plump for Tarleton, to prove we are free. 

Derry down, ^c. 



CATALOGUE OF BOOKS. 
Third Day's Sale Continued from, Page )]3. 

Lot 33. A Treatife in Defence of the Slave Trade, clearly 
proving rhat Negroes and other Defcendants never arrived at 
any degree of perfedion, either in intelled or anions, and 
confequently were intended to remain in a ftate of flavery and 

ignorance. By Signor D . Who has to acknowledge 

many interefting hints on the fubjefl:, to his friend the Sieur 
Ralpho. " Oh forynofe puer ! nimiuvi ne crede Colori." 

34. A Parallel between the charafters of Scipio Africanus, 
Fabius Cunftatur, with an Eulogy on the Policy and Exploits 
of Ulyffes, " Ou(e Sin tc/le grit, d guorum nox Confcia Sola." 
By a Lieutenant Colonel in the late Royals. 

2)^. A Balance of the landed and monied Intereft, with 
the utility of Titles in fupporting a juft balance, exemplified 
jn the cafes of Lady Maghull, the Earonefs of Shipbrook, 

and Mifs Ready Penny, by , author of a Farce 

called, " The Laffes of Afliburn." 

36. The Fat's in the Fire, a political pamphlet, proving 
that Greafing the Fifts of Eledors is not Bribery, by Roger 
the Great. 

" Monjlrum ; horrendum, infornie, ingens." 
N. B. This laft; is to be fold by Inch of Candle. 

37. Another Political Pamphlet ; ftiewing that if eledtors 
■wiliCfufFer themfelves to be lead by plumber, he will melt them 



down to his own interefted purpofes, and leave them after- 
wards to pay the Shot. By 

38. An Eflay on fleady Friendfhip, with many examples 
drawn from real life, as for inftance, that of his R. H. Wil- 
liam Duke of , the Earl of , the Earl of 

— — , Lord — , Admiral-; , and others, 

to their friend R . In this book is clearly proved 

the influence of fuper-eminent talents and virtue on kindred 
boibms, unbiaffed by prejudice, and warm with the love of 
their country. 

" Nobilatis, fola et ilnica virtis." 

39. Shaw's New Peerage Book ; in which is afcertained 
the titles due to Princes of the Royal Blood ; with an Ap- 
pendix on Heraldry, intended for the ufe of the C — — 

of L , and dedicated to that refpeftable and Clay 

headed Borough, by their devoted humble fervant, the Au- 
thor. — Infpeftor of lamps, fcavengers, and watchmen. 

Quorum pars magna fuit." 

N. B. This book has been revifed and correfted by his 

R. H. the Duke of , and by the Commander in 

Chief of the N. W. Diftrift. 

40. A play not afted for many years called, " Turn 
about's fair Play ;" or, The Prelbyterians Triumphant : — 



lately revifed and adapted for the ftage, by Sir 

" Par cere fubje^is debellare fuperbis." 

In this play is a grand proceffion of a Corporate Body, 
bearing the remains of a military Hero, down to the tomb of 
his Anceftors. — After the funeral fervice, the favourite Scotch 
air of " A Soldier Laddie I knew ance," will be fung by the 
whole of the party : — To conclude with " God fave the King, 
and Rule Britannia." 

41. Moderation; a Melo-drama. As performed by the 
free and independent eledlors of Liverpool ; this has lately 
been well performed by a refpedtable company at a provincial 
Theatre. 



E.MJ or THE THIBD DAy's SALE. 



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A Dialogue letween a Phmip Alderman and a poor Freeman. 

ALDERMAN. 

John come here; — ^you've a vote, but few brains, I divine; 
You'll give it in aid of an old friend of mine ; 
I'm a far better judge of whats what, than can be 
Imagined the case of such fellows as thee. 

FREEMAN. 

I acknowledge, good sir, that your dignity's great, 
'Your carcase well fed, shews superior state ; 
But from whence can you prove that the size of the skull, 
Speaks the furniture good, tho' ever so full ? 

aldehman: 

What a curse on the land, that such blockheads as you. 
Should judge for yourselves, a poor ignorant crew ; 
Be assured of your fate, either vote as I say. 
Or from my employment you march off this day. 

freeman. 
'Tis the glory of Britain, her sons are all free ! ! ! 
The poorest, as well as such great men as thee ; 
Equal laws protect all, be the end what it will, 
I'll give a free vote to the best of my skill. 

alderman. 

You talk of free voting ! — pray where will ycu find, 
A man like my friend, to all interest blind ; 
Why he'll sport all his cash like a lord, at a race. 
And will never change sides — but when wanting a place. 

freeman. 
These are times when all threat'nings we ought to despise, 
I feel I am free, and above all disguise ; J 
I will tell you my choice, he well merits his fame. 
He'll prove independent ; and Roscoe's his name. 

A bte-stander. 
Bravo ! Bravisgimo ! what say you to that. Old Codger ? 



The Barbers to the friends of the Generals, beg leave to 
inform them that they cannot any longer afford tojhave them 
at the ufual prices ; they muft now charge by meafure as their 
foces are now grown much longer. 

Nuvemler Q, 1 806. 



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Rise and Progress of Pope Leo. 

Assist me ye Muses, ye freemen attend, 

Whilst I write of our General, ourTarleton, our triendj 

Shall the man who defends ev'ry right of the town, 

And a soldier ! be by a translator knock'd down. 

No, no, British freemen, this never can be, 

The Electors will certainly shew themselves free ; 

To the Butterfly's Ball, ye will never be led. 

But vote for the man who for England has bled. 

To a man that's self-taught ev'ry merit is due. 

But is he a man fit to represent you ? 

When a boy he with scarce shoe or^stockmg would hop, 

A runner and sweeper in a stationer's shop. 

The next an attorney, then poet became. 

His translations then gain'd him the laurel of fame. 

In the Bank for a while were his talents display'd ; 

In short you may call him a jack of all trade. 

Shall he who no family ever could trace. 

Supply our defender's, our dear Tarleton's place ? 

Oh Liverpool ! surely it never can be. 

That an ale-seller's son should represent Thee ! 

In Tarleton's lov'd seat the man would ye pOp, 

Whose father-in-law, kept a poor barber's shop ? 

Would ye send up a turn-trade, attorney, or poet ? 

Ye would not : thank God ! and your actions all shew it. 

'Tis he who has bled, who has fought for our cause. 

Whose religion's the same, who stands up for our laws } 

A townsman of family, credit and fame. 

He, he, shall go up, and Ban Tarleton's his name. 



Wanted Immediately, 

A Coach and fix fleet Horfes, to convey a Wounded Ge- 
neral to Coventry ! ! ! N. B. If no Coach offers this day, the 
General muft leap by his hop-/o/c, to the firft fleet, which 
fails with convoy ! f 

Apply to B— T , Royal Hotel. 



To le Sold ly Auction, for the Benefit if the Pullic, 
At the Committee-Room, top of Water-ftreet, on Friday 
the 7th inft. at one o'clock, a quantity of Drums, Fifes, Rib- 
Dons, Colours, and Standard Poles j a complete Suit of 



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Regimentals, lately the property of Colonel ; one 

dozen of Fiddles ; one White Horfe, magnificently capari- 
foned ; one large Butcher's Axe, and a large Sword, richly 

gilt and ornamented ; being the property of General T 

who is declining Bufinefs. 

For further particulars apply to D and S , 

Brokers, Water-ftreet. 



To /he Hiimaiw and Benevolent. 

The tumult of eledion being about to fubfide, we call the 
attention of our townfmen to the following afFecling cafe of a 

SHIPWRECK: 

The Shp Banaftre, of this place, and bound to St. Ste- 
phen's, London, has juft foundered near the mouth of the 

River Merfey, owing, as Captain B declares, to the 

unlkilfulnefs of the pilot, but mofl probably to the Ship her- 
felf, not being Sea Worthy, as fhe has been JplUting dread- 
fully for fome days paft. The Captain and many of the crew 
have noi been feen fmce ; and from the emaciated appearance 
of fome of the furvivors, it is feared that feveral of thofe 
now miffing will not make their appearance again. 

This Ship is infured to the amount of 20,000/. and it is 
feared the Underwriters, (amongfl: whom we find the Emperor 
of MaghuU, for 5,000/., and the Duke of Bolton, for a larg"er 
fum,) will fuffer more by the event, than by the late gale in 
the Gulph of Florida. 

But a clafs of men more numerous, though not fo rich, 
are the greatefl fufFerers by this fhipwreck. The tradefmen 
who have provided Goods, Apparel, Furniture, and Equi- 
page, for the Two lad Voyages, remain unpaid, and it is 
feared that inevitable ruin mull be the confequence to many 
of them. 

The following goods were picked up, floating near the 
Wreck, and will be delivered to the Owners : 

One Trunk marked W. H. containing only three pocket 
volumes. 

The Emprefs of Maghull, a Tragedy, ') PuUiJhei at 

The Baronefs of Shipbrook, a Novel, > AJhbourne, in 

Bloffoms of Early Genius, by Lady Cafh, J the year 1803. 



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A Bundle, L B. containing, " The Volunteer," a Farce, 
and the Interlude of " My Balance Sheet," both Performed 
with unbounded applaufe, for feveral years, before his R. H. 
the D of G , and a large audience. 

Two empty Cafes, without any marks, and loofe. 

A new Edition of the Shipwreck by Falkoner. 

And, fcattered upon the Strand, are feen a heap of Goods, 
amongft which we could diftmguifli only a large quantity of 
Colours, Drums, and Green Ribbons ; befides one complete 
Suit of Regimentals, (late the property of a Volunteer Co- 
lonel,) found quartered with Butchers Trays and Cleavers. 

N. B. The fmallefl: Subfcription for the Benefit of the 
fufferers by the fhipwreck, will be received with thankfulnefs, 
at the Committee Room, top of Water-ftreet. 
November 7, I8O6. 






A NEW SONG. — Tune " Mij Spirits are mounted, &c." 

Since the sage Siear Silvestre a Conjurer's made, fal de ra!, 
Lo ! he luimblv exhibits a spice of his trade, fal de ral, 
And his first incantation all hearts shall confine 
In the magical circle of friendship and wine. Fal de ral, Kc. 
Descend then, ye Sylphs of good humour and mirth. 
Leave your stations above and remain upon earth; 
All discord dispel, and by magic divine 
Drown every remembrance of party in wine. 

See Momus appears, tlie great patron of fim. 

And the purple nos'd god\vho presides o'er the sun ; 

Let's convince 'em that mortals their rivals can shine, 

"Both in flashes of wit and bumpers of wine. 

Begone all ye Imps, who promote only evils. 

Be ye Doctors or Players, or Printers or Devils : 

To Wretches like these, a deaf ear let's incline. 

They are not to be wrought on by generous wine. 

Avaunt ye Black Sprites, who in Freedom's feign'd name, 

Try the good to pervert and the weak to intlauie : 

May you, thirsting for ever, like Tantalus pine, 

Aiad just smell, but ne'er taste a good bumper of wine. 

Blest Genius of Britain my summons obey — 

Give thy valorous sons o'er the ocean sole sway ; 

Make them loyal and true, and wherever they dmc 

Let 'em drink Church and King in the firs* glass of wine. 



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To George our blest Monarch prosperity bring, 

For Freemen delight in a patriot King ; 

In support of his Crown we'll most chearf'ully join, 

Tho* we pay with most pleasure the taxes on wine. 

In thy watchful protection may Liverpool share. 

Let no new-fangled notions her Commerce impair ; 

Over Mersey's fair banks shed thv influence divine— 

'Tis her waves which afford us such plenty of wine. 

To the Senate may Liverpool's sons ever send 

The man who's been proved as the Merchant's best friend; 

Who can honour and worth with exertion combine 

Here's to Gascoyne, huzza ! in a bumper of wine. 

Now the Charm being wound up, and the Muse at a stand. 

The sage Sieur Silvestre has broken his wand — 

For in vain (after many attempts) he has tried 

Any Conj'rers to find on the opposite side. 



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Riblons and Ale. — A New Elect wnecring Swig. 

Since the sage Sieur Silvestre has broken his wand y fal 

I 11 take for one effort, his business in hand; fal 

And prove his best magic less potent than mine, 

Tho' his grand incantation was friendship and wine, faj 

For friendship's a charm that's so often abus'd, fal 

And wine has no power if not srenerously us'd ; fal 

But mme is a spell that o'er both will prevail. 

The magical junction of ribbons and ale.— fal 

When Candidates sue at a General Election ; fal 

Their friends to aff"ord them their aid and protection, f»l 

1 heir bowing and begging will nothing avail 

Without the assistance of ribbons and ale. fal 

Let the first man of worth reputation and fame, fal 

Whose merit the votes of the freemen should claim : 

Solicit their suffrage; his rhetoric would fail, 

Oppos'd by the magic of ribbons and ale. fal 

For services done in your country's just cause, fal 

1 ho you Jight and you Heed for ijour nation and laws, fal 

your utmost exertions will nothing avail, 

Compar'd with the magic of ribbons and ale. fal 

The Printer's choice candidate Broomstick, his Brother, fal 

Ihe Flayers need Brooms too, attached each other ; fal 

In yam had been us'd, for they ne'er could prevail 

Without the auxiliaries of ribb<?os apU ale. fal 



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Let Justice step forward in folly's delight, 
The modest defender of merit and right ; 
Yet what could she do, the vast force to assail 
Of bunches of ribbons and barrels of ale. fal 

Pray what Independence ! the Freeman's great boast, 

Which seldom is found till his reason is lost ! 

A licence to bleed— applaud or to rail. 

As led by the ribbons or biass'd by ale. fal 



To the Independent Electors of Liverpool. 

Gentlemen, — After an arduous contefl of feven days your 
wiflies are accomplifhed. — You have not only returned me as 
one of your Reprefentatives to Parliament, but have placed me 
at the head of the poll. That abufe of your franchifes, fo 
much relied on, and fo long fuccefsfuUy praftifed, by which 
a minority of Freemen is converted into a majority of votes, 
you have at length correfted ; and whilft many of the fup- 
porters of my opponents divided their fuffrages between them, 
and thereby increafed their number of votes againfl me during 
the firft four days of the poll, you fteadily perfevered in filling 
my tallies with your fingle votes. The refult has been pre- 
cifely what I predicted to you. The generous fpirit ot the 
freemen of Liverpool was roufed ; and when the votes of my 
opponents were exhaufted, independent Eleftors continued to 
crowd to the huftings, all eager to fhare in the honourable 
diftinftion of having afferted the rigkts of Freemen. At this 
crifis your triumph was complete, but you difdained to praftife 
yourfelves that which you condemned in others. You con- 
tinued to the lafl:, in the plain fimple path of integrity and 
independence in which you firft fet out ; and the choice of 
my Colleague was left, withoufyour interference to thofe who 
had engaged in the conteft apparently in the fulleft confidence 
of returning both your Reprefentatives. 

Of the fhare which I have had in your exertions, it is not 
for me to fpeak.— To have been felefted by you, on fuch an 
occafion as the prefent, to ftand forward in defence of yonr 
privileges, is for me the higheft honour ; and the inibnces of 
perfonal fnendfhip and attachment which I i.ave experienced, 
willbe remembe-.-d by me through life with the moil liv.Hy 
gratitude.— To fuppofe ; -lat I fhail ever abandon that inde- 
pendent line of condua which alone has entitled me to your 



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favour, is to-fuppofe that 1 am infenfible to that efteem and 
approbation for which I have fo long contended, and that I 
could change all the principles, feelings, and habits of my 
former life. — What I have been, I fliall continue to be ; and 
I truft I fhall bear with me to the reprefentatives of the nation 
fome portion of that firm, temperate, and independent fpirit, 
which has, on this occafion, fo eminently diftinguilhed the 
Eledlors of Liverpool. I have the honour to be, with the 
greatefl attachment and refpeft, Gentlemen, your moft faith- 
ful and raofl devoted fervant, WM. ROSCOE. 
Allerlon-liaU, Nov. S, 180G- 



To the worthy Freemen of the Borough of Liverpool. 

Genllcrnen, — With a heart full of gratitude I have now 
the fatisfaclion of making my very fmcere acknowledgments 
to you, for the high honour you have this day conferred upon 
me, by again elefting me one of your Reprefentatives in the 
Houfe of Commons. 

If any additional incentives were wanting to ftimulate my 
exertions in your fervice, that would be found in the recol- 
Jeftion of my having had this facred truft, thrice committed 
to my charge. 

Believe me. Gentlemen, I feel the repetition of your con- 
fidence the more honourable to me, becaufe of the increafed 
importance and refponfibility attached to the duty of a Mem- 
ber of Parliament, in the prefent awful fitualion of public 
affairs. 

Be affured. Gentlemen, of a continuance of my unremitted 
attention to your interefts, and of my firm determination 
independently to fupport all fuch public meafures, as fliall ap- 
pear to me to be beft calculated to maintain the Conftitution, 
and to increafe the profperity of this our happy land. 

I beg to return my very humble, but moll fmcere thanks 
to my numerous friends, for their kind, unwearied, and fuc- 
cefsful exertions to ferve me, during a moft arduous conteft ; 
and I remain with all poflible gratitude and efteem. Gentlemen, 
your very faithful and moft devoted humble fervant. 

Duke-street, Nov. 8, 1806. ISAAC GASCOYNE. 



To the Independent Freemen of Liverpool. 

Gentlemen, — Before this addrefs reaches your hands, you 
will have received the profeffions, and acknowledgments of 
thofe, who were my rivals, for the honour of reprefenting 
you in Parliament. 

1 hey cannot however tell you of marked profeffional, of 
long public fervices. — They cannot difplay a contempt of per- 
fonal emolument, which my almoft general yet conftitutional 
oppofition, to every minifter has evinced. 

They cannot fhew, what my public condufl: does, that 
your profperity, both as individuals and a body, was my un- 
remitting aim and pradice for upwards of fixteen years. 

You, Gentlemen, are the beft judges why you elefted 
me ; you are the beft judges why you have now deprived me 
of that diftinguiftied honour ! 

As my parliamentary deeds have teftified, and without 
contradiftion, a regard for my conftituents, I muft look for 
the political fin, which has brought upon me this fevere mor- 
tification : I am not confcious of any. — For it furely cannot 
be regarded as a crime, that I dared to think, about twelve 
months ago, and have continued conftant in the thought, that 
Peace could not be made with Bonaparte ; as the affigned 
reafon for the recent diffolution of Parliament, is a proof 
that the minifters have at laft adopted that opinion. 

In loofe and general charges, which are ahvays afcribed to 
the feelings of difappointment, I fhall not meddle. I fhould 
have experienced (I confefs the patriotic thought) the higheft 
gratification, in refcuing my native town, from the interference 
in popular eleftions, of the nobility in its neighbourhood, and 
of opulent iT:rangers who inhabit it : — 

My intention has been fruftrated, and may another Free- 
man of the town prove more fuccefsful upon a future occafion. 
The wealth of my opponents has been the caufe of my dif- 
comfiture, and corruption the means of their fuccefs. 

'f o my friends who have fo nobly fupported me, I offer 
thanks, the genuine'diftates of my heart: their labours, their 
patriotifm, their perfeverance have carried us a long way upon 
the poll — and our defeat cannot be afcribed, to the badnefs, 
of our caufe, but to the unconftitutional proceedings of our 
enemies. 



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Under thefe circumftances, I bid Liverpool farewell, and 
although no longer a public fervant of it, I fhall never ceafe 
to be a well-wilher of my native lown. 

I have the honour to be. 
Gentlemen, 
Your moft refpedful 
And obedient fervant, 

BAN. TARLETON. 
Fairfield, Nov. 6, 1806. 



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Cattle Strict.