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THE 

COUNTY COMPANION, 

DIAEY, 

STATISTICAL CHRONICLE, 

AND 

MAGISTERIAL AND OFFICIAL DIEEOTORY 

FOR 

1882; 

CONTAINING : THE CALENDAR POST OFFICE REGULATIONS — NAMES OF BRITISH AND FIJREIGN 

AMBASSADOKS — A TOPOGRAPHICAL, GEOLOGICAL, AND HISTORICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE 
COUNTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES, SUPPLEMENTED BY ELECTORAL, FINANCIAL, ADMINIS- 
TRATIVE, POLICE, CRIMINAL, AGRICULTURAL, AND GENERAL STATISTICS, AND COMPRISING 
USEFUL INFORMATION RESPECTING THE QUARTER SESSIONS, PETTY SESSIONAL AND 
LIEUTENANCY DIVISIONS, PRISONS, INDUSTRIAL AND REFORMATORY SCHOOLS, ASYLUMS, 
CHAMBERS OF AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE, URBAN AND RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITIES, 
SCHOOL BOARDS, BURIAL BOARDS, POOR-LAW UISTRICTS, AST) MILITIA AND VOLUNTEER 
FORCES ; ALSO 

A COUNTY MAGISTERIAL DIRECTORY, 

A TABLE OF ACTS OF THE PARLIAMENTARY SESSION OF 1881 ; 

AND A 

RELIABLE GOYEMMENT, PUBLIC OFFICES, LAW, PAELIAME^'TAEY, 
BANKING, AND INSURANCE GUIDE. 



COMPILED AND EDITED BY 

J. R. SOMEES VINE, E.S.S., 

Author of ^' EnylisJi Municipalities: their Groicth and Development ;" and 
Compiler and Editor of the '■^Municipal Corporations Companion," *' The Iron Road$ 
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INTRODUCTORY NOTES. 



This, the fourth consecutive issue of "The County Cojipaxiox, Diaey, StatisticaIu 
CiiROxicLE, AND MAGISTERIAL AND OFFICIAL DIRECTORY," givcs the full namcs and 
addresses of the Lords Lieutenant, High Sheriffs, Members of Parhament, Chaii-men of 
Quai-ter Sessions, Chainnen of Petty Sessions, Magistrates, Dei)uty Lieutenants, Clerks of 
the Peace, Clerks of Lieutenancy, Chief Constables, Coroners, Treasurers, Surveyors and 
other principal officials of the Counties of England and Wales. The Petty Sessional 
Divisions are set out under each County, with their areas, places and days of holding 
Petty Sessions, and names, addresses and salaries of the Clerks to the jilagistrates.. 
In addition to the information comprised in tlie ^lagisterial and Official Directory, the 
work contains : A Calendar — Post Office Eegulations — Names of British and Foreign 
Ambassadors — a Topographical, Geological, and Historical Description of the Counties of 
England and Wales, supplemented by detailed Electoral, Financial, Administrative, 
Police, Criminal, Agricultural, and General Statistics, and comprises useful informatioa 
respecting Prisons, Industrial and Eeformatory Schools, As*ylums,'Chambcrs of Agricultui'o 
and Commerce, Urban and Eural Sanitary Authorities, School Boards, Burial Boards, 
Poor-Law Districts (including in aU these cases, under each Coimty, the names and 
addresses of the Chaii-men, Clerks, and ]\Ianagers, and other principal officials), and 
Militia and Volunteer Forces ; also a reliable Government, Public Offices, Law, Parlia- 
mentary, Banking, and Insurance Guide. The Publishers again refer suliscribers with 
much pleasure to the numerous and flattering commendations of tlie Public Press. 

Should the foreshadowed establishment of County Government Boards be realised, 
the usefulness of "The County- Comp.\nion," &c., will be gi-eatly increased. Among 
other important duties proposed to be entrusted to these Boards is the levying of the 
coimty rates, the management of the main roads, the maintenance of turnpikes in special 
instances, the conservancy of rivers, the care of asylums and schools for imbecile children, 
the establishment of training ships and schools, the appointment of coroners, the negotia- 
tion of loans, &c., &c., &c. 

To the Clerks of the Peace for Counties, Divisions, and Liberties, the best thanks of 
the Editor are again due for the interest they have shown in the con-ection of the work ; 
he also desires to acknowledge the continued valuable assistance of the Clerks ot 
Lieutenancy, Chief Constables, Clerks to ilagistrates, Clerks to Urban Sanitary Authorities, 
Guardians and Eural Sanitary Authoiities, School Boards, kc. 

The statistics, as usual, have been brought down to the latest available periods, a large 
in-oportion extending to so recent a date as the 1st of October, 1881. ^The statistics 
effected by the Census of 1881 have been corrected in every instance where it has been 
possible to secure the correct figures, {see page 1). The names of Magistrates who qualified 
at the various Michaelmas Quarter Sessions of 1881 are also included. 

The Editor particularly caUs attention to the alphabetical Index to the County Magis- 
trates, Commissioners of Lieutenancy, and Deputy-Lieutenants of England and Wales, 
which is intended to shew at a glance the names of those gentlemen who are in the 
commission of more than one County or Division. Although every care is taken to 
render this list accurate, it is probable that, in a few instances, the similarity of names 
has led to unnecessary duplication. Any rectification will be gladly welcomed and care- 
fully noticed. 

The Editor is glad to state, that with very few exceptions, the information contained 
in the book has been cheerfully accorded. Other useful additions to the work are con- 
templated. 

"The County CoMrANioN, Diart, Statistical Chronicle, and Magisterial and 
Official Directory," and "The Municii'al Corporations Companion, Diary-, 
Directory and Year Book oe Statistics" combined, form the most completa and 
cheapest authority upon County and Borough Administration extant. They also contain 
the names and addresses of the v:hole of the Mftgistrates of England and Wales. 

27, Great Winchester Street, 

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Dece'.iiher IQth, 188^. 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

CONTENTS. 



[1882. 



Titlo PiiKc Preface, Index, Nctaiida, page 

&c i to viii 

Calendar ,Bank Kiites, &c ix to xxi 

Monthly Notes x to xxi 

British Zoology x to xxi 

Transfer Daysj Dividends, Holidays xxii 

Assessed Taxes, &c xxiii to xxv 

Sittings and Vacations of High Court 

of Justice. Are xxvi 

Property and Income Tax Tables . . xxvii 



Al.PHABKTICAL InDEX 

Mac;istrates, &c. . . . 



THE 

xxix to Ixxx 



The Counties of Enc;i,and : — 

Bedfobd 

Berks 

Buckingham 

Cambridge 

{Isle of Ely) 

Chester 

Cornwall 

Cumberland 

Derby 

Devon 

Dorset 

DURHA3I 

Essex 

,, Liberty of Haverinij-atie-Bov:er 

Gloucester 

Hereford 

Hertford [and Libert ij of St. AJban) 

Huntingdon 

Kent 

,, (TJie Cinque Purti) 

Lancaster 

Leicester 

Lin 30LN 

Middlesex 

„ [Metropolitan Jurisdictions) . . . . 

,, [LibeHy of the Tower) 

,, [City of London Lieutenancy)... 
Monmouth 

Norfolk 

Northampton 

,, [lAherty of reterhuruiujli] . . . . 

Northumberland 

Nottingham 

Oxford 

Rutland 

Salop 

Somerset 

Southampton 

Statfoed 

Suffolk [East and West) 

Surrey 

Sussex (East and West) 

Warwick , 

Westmoreland 

Wilts 



14 
20 
24 
27 
37 
45 
53 
60 
74 
80 
89 
97 
98 
lOfi 
112 
119 
123 
136 
138 
158 
164 
173 
183 
185 
188 
191 
197 
206 
212 
213 
220 
225 
230 
233 
240 
250 
260 
274 
282 
290 
300 
307 
312 



The Counties of England, continued: — page 

Worcester 319 

YoRK[Cotinti/ of) 327 

„ [East iiidiw/) 334 

„ [Xorfh mdinq) 339 

„ ( West iruHu,,) 347 

„ [Liberty of ilijjon i 359 

Shrievalty Nominations foi: 1882-83 .. 36" 
The Counties ok Wales: — 

ANGursEY 361 

Brecknock 36;> 

Cardigan 369 

Carmarthfn 374 

Carnarvon 379 

Denbigh 383 

Flint 388 

Glamorgan , >.■ 391 

Merioneth 399 

Montgomery ^.- 402 

Pembroke 406 

„ ( Toivn of Haverfordwest) 411 

Eadnor ." 412 

The Isle of Man 416 

The Counties of Scotland 417 

The Counties of Ireland 418 

Prisons in England &: Wales 419 

County Lunatic Asylums, &c. (Ditto) . . 420 

Reformatories (Ditto) 422 

Industrial Schools (Ditto) 423 

Chambers of Commerce 425 

Chambers of Agriculture 427 

Tenant Farmers' Aj.livnce 428 

Burial Boards 429 

Post Office Regulations 445 

Foreign Postal Rates, etc 448 

Royal Family. Ambassadors, &c 450 

British Ministry and Officers of State 451 

Government and Public Offices 4.52 

Supreme Court of Judicature (England) . . 457 

City of London Officers, &c 4.59 

Metropolitan Police Courts 459 

Scottish Law Courts and Judges 460 

Supreme Court of Judicature fireland) 460 

Irish Land Commission 460 

London Law and Public Offices 463 

London Clubs 462 

Quarter Sessions Table 461 

County Court Districts witli Registrars' 

Names 468 

Circuits of the Judges in England and Wales 471 

Metropolitan Police Magistrates 472 

Administrations during present century . . 473 
Index to Public General Acta (Session 1881) 474 

Table of Public Acts (Sessions 1881) 481 

Digest of Statutes (Sessions 1881) 483 

Parliamentary Summary (1881) -".OS 

Parliamentaiy Directory 526 

Insurance Dh-ectory 546 

Banking Directory 553 

Statistical Summary 560-1 

Advertisements 562, &(•. 



INDEX. 



[In the Index, the pages at the commencement of tlie volume pr 
are refeiTed to in numerals, the pages including and following the 

Acts of Session (1881), 481 i Advertisements, 562, &c. 

Acts of I^ast Session, Index to, Agents, Political, 450 

474 ; Digest ol, 483 ; Table of,481 Agriculture, Chambers of, 427 
Admiralty, Board of, 452 Alphabetical List of Magistrates, 

——Division, 452 Ac, xxix to Ixxxi 

Ireland, 4fiO Ambassadors, Ac, 450 

Administrations, List of, 473 'Appeal, Court of, 457 



eccding the County information 
County information m figures.] 

Arches Court, Judge of, 457 
Assessed Taxes, xxiii 
Asylums. Lunatic (County), 420 
Bank of England, Officers of, 5.53 
Rates of, x — sx 



Bank of France, ditto, x — xxi 
Banks, &c., in London, 554 



1882.] 

Bankruptcy Court, 457 

• Ireland, 460 

Bills and Notes, xxv 

Board of Trade. 453 

Boards, Burial, 429 

Book Postage, 445 

British Ambassadors abroad, 450 

Britisli Ministry, 451 

Museum. 452 

Zoolo<?y, X— xxi 

Burial Acts Oflicc, 429, 152 

Burial Bonrds, 429 

Calendar, ix — xxi 

Cabinet Ministers, 451 

Census Office, 452 

Chambers of Agriculture, 427 

Commerce, 425 

Chancery Division, Ireland, 460 

Judges of, 400 

Charity Commissioners' Office, 
452-3 

Circuits of Judges, 471 

City of London Law Courts, 458 

. Officers, 459 

City Police Courts, 459 

Civil Service Commission, 453 

Clerks of Assize, &c., 471 

Clubs, London, 462 

Colonial Office, 453 

Commerce, Chambers of, 425 

Commirssioncrs in Lunacy, 420 

Committee of Council on Educa 
tion, 453 

Commons, House of, 530 

Common Pleas Div., Ireland, 460 
Companies' Register Office, 453 

Convict Prisons Department, 453 

Copyhold Commission, 453 
County Court Districts, 468 

Quarter Sessions, 461 

Counties of Scotland, 417 

Ireland, 418 

Court of Appeal, Judges of, 457 

Ireland, 460 

Court of Arches, 457 

• Bankruptcy, 457 

Court of Session, Scotland, 460 
Courts of Counties Palatine, 458 
Crown Office, Scotland, 460 
Crown Law Officers, 456 

Ireland, 460 

Scotland, 460 

Custom House, 453 

Department of Science and Art, 455 

Designs Oflice, 453 

Digest of Statutes, 1881, 483 

Discount Rates, x— xxi 

Dividends, when paid, sxii 

Divorce Division, 457 

Dog Tax, xxiii 

Duchy Court of Lancaster, 458 

of Cornwall Office, 453 

Durham, County Palatine of, 458 

Consistory Court, 458 

Court of Probate, 458 

Ecclesiastical and Church Estate 

Commission Office, 453 
EcUpses, ix 
Endowed School Commission, 453 
Exchequer Division, Ireland, 460 
Excise Licenses, xxiii 
Factory Inspectors' Office, 454 
Farmers' Alliance, 428 
Foreign Ambassadors in London 

450 
Foreign Ma\ls and Postage, 448 

Office, 454 

General Register and Record 
Office of Shipping and Seamen. 
455 
Government Offices, 452 
Governors of Prisons, 419 
High Chancellors, &c.. 

Britain since 1801, 502 
High Court of Justice, 457 
Ireland, 460 



INDEX. 



Holidays at Bank, Excise & Stamp Prisons Commission, 419-45- 
Offices, &c., xxii '" > i - j nT-i_ 

at Public Offices, xxii 

Home Office, 454 
Horse Guards, 454 
Hospitals, Lunatic, 421 
(State), 422 



Household of Prince of Wales, 451 
House of Commons, 530 
House of Lords, 526 
• as Final Court o 



Appeal, 457 
Imi>erial Parliaments of U. K., 

List of, 545 
Income Tax Rates, for last 23 

years, xxvii 

Table of, xxvii 



India Office, 454 

Index to Public General Acts, 471 

• to Magistrates, xxix to 

IXXK 

Industrial Schools, 423 
Inhabited House Duty, xxiii 
Inland Postage, 445 

Revenue Office, 454 



■ - (England and Wales), 419 
Privy Council Office, 455 
Privy Seal Office, 455 
PrivyCouncil, Judicial Com. of, 458 
Prob'ate Division, Ireland, 160 
Judges of, 457 



Insurance Directory, 546 

Irish Land (Jommission, 460 

Irish Office, 454 

Judges (Supreme Court), 457 

Judicial Committee of Privy 

Council, 456 
Justiciary, High Court of, Scot 

land, 461 
Law & Public Offices, &c., ii 

London, 463 
Local Government Board, 454 
London Bankers, 554 

Gazette Office, 454 

City of. Law Court: 

Local Post, 44r 



, 458 



Provincial County Courts, 468 
Public Genei-al 'Acts, Table of, 
(1881), 481 

Index to, 474 

— Acts, Digest of 

(1881), 483 
Public Offices, &c., in London, 463 

Works Loan Board, 455 

Quarter Days, xxvi 

Sessions, xxvi, 461 

• Dublin, 462 

Quarterly Terms, xxvi 

Queen's Bench Division, Judges 

of, 457 
Ireland, 



Lord Gt. Cbanil.erlain's Office, 454 

Mayor's Court, 4-59 

Lords, House of, 526 
Lunacy Commissioners, 420 
Lunatic Hospitals, 421 

(State), 422 

Lunatic Asylums, County, 420 
Magistrates, Metropolitan, 472 

Stipendiary, 473 

, Index to, xxix to Ixxx 



Mails, Foreign, 447 
Meteorological Office, 454 
— Table, xxvi 



Metrop. Board of Works, 455 

• Police Courts and Magis 



trates, 459 
Ministr3% The Queen's, 451 
Mint, Royal, 455 
Money Orders, 446 
Monthly Notes, x-xxi 
Moon's Changes, x-xxi 
National Debt Office, 455 
Newspaper Postage, 445 
Nominations to Shrievalties 

1882-3, 360 
Officers of State, 451 
of the House of Lords, 526' 



for 



460 
Railway and Canal Traffic Com- 
mission, 455 
Reference to Acts of Parliament, 

Toble, 525 
Reformatory Schools, 422 
Registered Letters, 445 
Registry of Deeds Offi:c, 455 
Registry of Designs, 453 
RegiBtrar-General's Office, 454 
Registrars of Countj- Courts, 463 . 
Royal Family, 449 

Mint, 455 

Salforil Court of Record, 458 
Salmon Fisheries Office, 455 
Schools. Reformator.v. 422 

Industrial, 423 

Science and Art Department, 455 
Scotland. Counties of, 417 
Scottish Law Officers, 460 
Seamen's Registry OfKce, 455 
Session, Court of.' Scotland, 460 
Shrievalty Nominations for 1882-3, 

360 
Sittings in Supreme Court, xxvi 
Stannaries Court, 458 
Stationery Office, 456 
Statistical Summary, 560-1 
Statutes, Index to (1881), 474; 

Digest of, 483 
Stipendiary Magistrates, 473 
Stocks, Transfer Days, Divi- 
dends, &c., xxii 
Summarv, Parliamentary, 503 
Statistical, 560-1 



Supreme Court of Judicature, 457 
Sittings and Vacations 

in, xxvi 

Ireland, 460 

Table of Rates of Income Tax, 

xxvii 

Property and Income 



General Acts 



Tax, xxvii 
Public 



530 



■ of the Bk. of England, 553 



Oriental Calendars, xxv 
Parliamentary Dircctoiy, 528 
Stimmaiy, 503 



Patent Office, 455 
Pattern Post. 445 
Paymaster-General's Office, 455 
Police Courts, Metropolitan, 459 
Police Magistrates of the Metro 

polls, 472 
Political Agents, 450 
Post Office, 455 
Post Cards, 446 
Great Postage Abroad, Rates of, 448 
Postal Orders, 446 
Prince and Princess of Wales 
Household of, 451 



18S1, 481 
Commons,! Taxes, Assessed, xxiii 

I Telegraphs, Post Office, 447 
Tenant Farmers' Alliance, 428 
Thames Conservancy Office, 456 
Trade, Board of, 4.52 
Transfer Days, xxii 
Treasury, 456 
Trinity House, 456 
Under - Sheriffs, England and 

vrales, 467 
University Terms, xxv 
Vacations in Supreme Court, -sxv 
War Department, 458 
West Indian Incumbered Estates 

Commission, 456 
Woods & Forests, Commissioners 

of, 458 
Works and Buildings, Office of, 456 
Wreck Commission, 456 



Vi THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

NOTANDA. 

I'^NGi.AND was divided into counties diuing the Saxon era. Certain of tlie Welsh counties were 
defined in 1250, and the others in the time of Henry the Eighth. 

Each county is divided into Petty Sessional Districts, in which Courts of Petty Sessions arc 
held periodically by two or more of the County Magistrates sitting together. In cities and boroughs 
liiivhig Commissions of the Peace, similar but separate Courts are held by the Mayor and Borough 
Magistrates. In certain districts and boroughs, Stipendiary Magistrates are appointed. 

In the City of London Magisterial Courts are held by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen. For 
Metropolitan districts beyond the City there are eleven special police courts, to one of which a 
Chief Magistrate and two other Magistrates are attached, and to each of the other courts two 
Magistrates. Within the Metropolitan districts the County Magistrates hold sessions for the 
granting of licences and other matters not criminal. 

Before these Courts offenders are brought, on summons, or in custody of the police, and after 
hearing, on sutficiont evidence, are committed, or bailed, for trial, or summarily convicted, and 
punished by the Magistrates according to the nature of the offences with which they are charged. 
In certain cases appeals lie from the decisions of the Magistrates to the Courts of (Quarter Sessions : 
under other special circumstances, to the Superior Courts of Common Law. 
The Courts at which persons are tried by jury are the following, %dz. :— 

(1). The County Courts of Quarter Sessions, coriiposed of the unpaid County Justices, 
presided over by a chairman chosen from their own body, except in Middlesex, where a 
paid Assistant .Judge is appointed by the CroNvn, and whore the sessions with adjoui-n- 
ments are held twenty-foiu- times in the year. 
(2). The Borough Courts of Quarter Sessions, of which the Eecorders, salaried officers ap- 
pointed by the Crown, ai-e the sole judges. 
(3). The Cu-cnit Com-ts of Assize held in every county (excepting Middlesex), twice in each 
year, in the spring and summer, with an additional special assize in the winter, in such 
counties as it may be considered necessary on account of the number of prisoners then for 
trial. In these Com-ts the trials take place before one or other of the Lords Justices of 
Appeal or a judge of one of the three divisions of the High Court of Justice (the Queen's 
Bench, tlie Common Pleas, and the Exchequer) ; the Queen's Counsel and Serjeants-at- 
Law being included in the commission, and one of their number occasionally trying 
prisoners, to assist the Judge. 
(4). The Central Criminal Court held in the City of London twelve times in the year 

[seejiage 184). 
The Courts of Assize and the Central Criminal Court have commissions of general gaol 
delivery, and try all treasons, felonies, and misdemeanors. The County and Borough 
Com-ts of C)uarter Sessions are restrained by law from trying for treason, mm-der, and 
sundry other offences. 
The Coiu-t of Crimmal Appeal constituted by the Act of the 11th and ISth Vict. c. 78, is com- 
Tjosed of five of the Judges of the High Court of Justice, of whom the Lord Chief Justice of 
England is requu'ed to be one (unless incapacitated by illness or some other cause). Questions of 
law^arismc on the convictions in the Criminal Courts are reserved for this Court, which is empowered 
to hear alf such questions, and to revise, affirm or amend the judgments. 



The Counties of England and Wales contained in 1880-81 — 

Parishes 14,^20 

Municipal Cities and Boroughs under the Municipal Act . . • • • • 244 

Municipal Cities and Boroughs under Ancient Charters . . . . . • J^^ 

Petty Sessional Divisions (exclusive of Municipal Boroughs) . . • • 715 

Acting Magistrates (County Magistrates only) about . . • • • • 9,000 

Coroners . . . . . . . . . . • • • • • • 2-8 

Police Constables (total strength of all ranks of County Police (Uily) about . . 10,500 

Public Houses (includnig those in Cities and Boroughs) . . . . • • 70,000 

Beer Houses (uicludmg those in Cities and Boroughs) . . . . • • 52,000 

Poor Law Unions . . . . . . . . . . • • • • "4*^ 

Urban Sanitary Authorities . . . . . . . . • • • • 1,000 

School Boardss . . . . . . . . . . . • • • • 1>981 

School Attendance Committees . . . . . . . . • • • • "^60 

Highway Districts (comprising about 8,000 Parishes and 57,500 miles of roads) 341 
Turnpike Trusts (with an approximate rental for Tolls of £430,000) about 
And see also Statistical Summary at page 560. 



500 



1882.] KOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS, EXPLANATIONS, (tc. Vii 

The Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of a county or liberty is appointed by lettert* 
patent from the Crown. In most cases a nobleman is selected, but, whether a nobleman or com- 
moner, the occupant of the office is invariably one of the largest land proprietors within the county 
or Ubertv. He is responsible for nominations to the Commission of the Peace and Deputy-Lieu- 
tenancy." He also recommends persons for first commissions in the militia, yeonianry, and 
volunteer forces. 

The Eigh Skerifholds office for one year, and determines the election of knight.-; of the 
shu-e, of coroners and verderers. Whilst in office he is (excepting the Lord Lieutenftnt) the lirst man 
in the county and superior to every nobleman. He is entitled to sit on tlie bench with the judges 
of assize, but cannot during his occupancy of the shrievalty act as a justice of the peace^-if he does 
his acts are void. 

The 21agistrates of a county are appointed by a commission from the Crown on^therecommen- 
dation of the Lord Lieutenant. They cannot act until they have taken the oath of. qualification. 

The Commissioners of Lieutenancy for London in some respects resemble a body corporate. 
They transact, by a specified quorum, for the City of London and its Liberties the duties which 
devolve upon the Lords Lieutenant and Deputy-Lieutenants of coimties. The Commission 
proceeds from the Crown by Letters Patent, issued under iin Act of Parliament. The Chief 
Magistrate of the City nominates — with the approval of the Seeretai-y of S.tate for War — to 
vacancies as they occur. 

The Deputy Lieutenants are, as their style implies, the deputies of the Lord Lieutenant iu 
such portion of his duty as relates to the raising and control of the local defensive forces ; practically 
the office is honorary". 



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Urb.vx Saxitary ArxHORiTiES. — The districts of the following authorities which ex- 
tend into one or more counties, are placed under that county Avhich. contains the largest 
proportion of the area. — Boroughs : Bristol, Cardigan, Great Yarmouth, Oxford, Peter- 
borough, Stalybridge, Stamford, Stockport, Sudbury, Tamworth, AVari'ington. — Local 
Boards, kc. : Banbury, Barnard Castle, Bamet, Crowle, East Bai-net Valley, Filey, Goole, 
EUnckley, Malton, Market Harborough, Mossley, Newmarket, Xew 31 ills, Rcdditch, 
South Stockton, Todmorden, Tunbridge "Wells. 

Poor-Law (.VXD PiURAL Sanxtart) AUTHORITIES. — Of the poor-law districts 147 extend 
into two counties, 3 1 into three, and 4 into four. The rateable value given thi-oughout 
this work is that of the Poor Law Union, not the Eural Sanitary District, except where 
the latter is stated definitely. (P.L.A.) or (R.S.A.) after the names of chairmen indicate 
Poor Law Authority or Rural Sanitary Authority as the case may be. 

School Boards. — Municipal Boroughs which have School Boards are named 
alphabetically before the other Boards, (a) indicates Boards formed under sec. 12 of the 
Education Act (1870) ; and [I) those formed compulsorily under sec. 10 or 40. 

Markets, Fairs, &c. — Only the principal Markets and Fairs are given. The dates 
have been officially verified in nearly every instance. 

All corrections received previous to the 10th of December, 1881, have been dealt 
with in this Edition. 



THE COTTNTT COMPANION. 



[1882. 



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Clje Calentraf.-1882. 



THE CALENDAB. 

The dates oa which the leading Jewish Festivi- 
ties occur during the year 5,6 13 (1882) are an 
follows : 
From the CAendar eompiledhy theSev. M. S. 3/yer». 



COMMON NOTES OP 

Crolden Namber 2 

Epact 11 

Solar Cycle 15 

Eoman ladiction 10 

Dominical Letter A. 

Beptuiijesima Sunday falls on February 5. 
Easter Sunday ,, April 9. 

Whit Sunday ,, May 23. 

The year 1983 is the latter pirt of the 531.2ad 
and the beginning of the 5m3rd year since the 
creation of the world, accordins: to the Jews. 
The year 5613 commences on September lich, 
1882. 

The year 18S2 answers to the 6593th of thii Julian 
Period. 

The Equisoxes happen when Spring and Autumn bsgin, and the Solstices at Summer and Winter. 



Passover 
Pentecost 
New Year 
Day of 
AtOiiement 
Tabernacles 



Thursday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Saturday 



Aprils. 
May 24. 
September 14. 

September 23. 

September ?8. 



Thursday 
Bank Holidays during the year are : In Eng- 
land, Wales and Ireland, April 10th, Mftv 29th, 
August 7th, December 2tith. In Scotland, Ja'.iu-.iry 
1st, April 7th (Good Friday) , May 1st, August 7th. 



ECLIPSES, &c., IN 1882. 

In the year 18S2, there wilt be two E:;lips3s, both of the Sun ; anla Transit of ilsrcury across the Sun's Disc. 

E.— A Total Eclinsa of the Sun. Mav 17th, 1352, visible as 
a partial Eclipse Ihrouothout the British Isles; the 
line of central anl Total Eclipse lyiiisc ov '.r tlie centre 
of N'lrt'ie-n Af ric i, the extreme nor \\ of the Itecl 
Sea, alittle siuthnft'ie Caspian S 'a, airissTurlvestaa 
and N'lrtliern Cli na. I'he Eclipse Is visible as a 
partial one thro i.;r[o V the whole of Earope, Aaa, 
aud of Africa, nortli of tlie Equator. 



At Greenwich, a partial Eclipse is visible. 



I?e?ins at 

<;reV03t Phase ... 
End .It 



Hay nth, 



h. m. 

G 10 5 morn. 



At I.'verpool, a partial Eolpse is visible. Magnitude 
(Sun's dia.-n3t3r=l) 0-13J. 



J^e^lns at .. 
fJre^it 'Sirhase . 
End at 



May 17th, 



(J ISa morn, 
r. 4TU „ 

7 237 „ 



II.— An Annular Eitlipse or the Sun, November lO-lUh 
18->.', invisible at Greenw ch. and vsible only in 
Papua, Australia, Now ZeaLtU'l, aud ihe Sjuth i'aoiHo 
Ocean. 

5I.T. at Greenwich. h. m. 

Bei'ns on the Eart'i generally ..Nov. 10th, 8 2'-4 aftern. 
('entral Eclipse begins generally „ llth, 9 23!) 

Cent nl lO-lipse at Noon „ lOih, 11 2i-3 

Ci'itral Eclip-se ends. i!-«cie •illy .. „ Hth, 11.50mcrn. 
Hnds oa i he Earth generally ... „ 11th, 2 21(3 ,, 

III.— .\ Transit of Venus across the Sin's disc, 
DecemajrOth, 1832, parti.iUy Visible at Greemvi.h. 

h m s 

^.r'frira,? contact at Ingress ... Dec. 6th, 155 .57 aftern 

liUer.uU „ , 2 16 18 „ 

iipast distance of Centres ... ,, 5 4 2,, 

ynierani c intic' at Eire's ... ,, 7 51 +i> ,, 

£xier»a/ cjnt ict aL E.^ress ... „ 8 li 9 ,, 

The ln:f -ess onlv will be visible at Greenwich and 
thr lUghout Wes'er i Rur)pe gen;rallv, theSun s '.tlini,' 
before the tirai of K^ ess. la South America tha 
whol3 Tr.iusit will be visibl ;. 



CALENDAR FOR 1882, showing the daij of the week on which, an^ particular cla'j of 

thfl tnnnth ^^?\^^ -fnll nnfl «?'/?/» tjnrsn ' 



Sunday 
Monday 2 



JANUARY. 
....1 8 13 23 29 
9 IG 2J 30 



Thursday 
Friday. 



the month will fall, and vice vosu 

MAY. 

Monday 1 8 15 23 2'i 



Tuesday 3 10 17 2t 31 

Wednesday ..4 11 IS 25 



13 19 20 
13 20 ^7 
Saturday 7 14 '21 28 



FEBRUARY. 

Wednesday ..I 8 15 23 

Thursday ....2 9 16 23 

Fridav 3 10 17 '.'4 ' 

Siturdav 4 11 IS 25 

Sunday' 5 12 H 26 

Monday 6 13 20 27 

Tuesday 7 14 21 23 

MARCH. 

Wednesday . . 1 8 15 23 29 

Thursday 3 9 16 33 30 

Fridav 3 10 17 24 31 

Saturday 4 11 IS 25 

Sunday 5 13 19 26 

Monday 6 13 20 27 

Tuesday 7 14 21 28 

APRIL. 

Saturday. ..1 H 15 23 23 

Sundav 2 9 16 23 30 

Monday 3 10 17 24 

Tuesday 4 11 18 25 

Wedaeidav ..5 12 19 2S 

Thursday ' 6 13 20 27 

Friday 7 14 J:l 23 



9 16 23 30 

10 17 24 31 

11 18 25 



Tuesday 2 

Wednesday ..3 
Thursday ....4 

Friday 5 13 19 26 

Saturday 6 H 3) 27 

Sunday 7 14 21 28 



JUME. 

Thursday 1 8 15 22 29 

Friday 2 9 36 23 30 

Saturday 3 10 17 24 

Sunday 4 11 18 2i 

Monday 5 12 19 26 

Tuesday 13 2i 27 

Wednesday ..7 14 21 23 



JULY. 

Saturday I 8 15 23 29 

Sunday 2 9 16 i3 30 

Monday 3 10 17 24 31 

Tuesday 4 11 IS 25 

Wednesday ..S 12 19 26 

Thursday 6 13 2O 27 

Friday 7 14 21 23 

AUGUST. 

Tuesday 1 8 15 22 29 

Wednesday ..2 9 l(i 23 3^) 

Thursday ....3 10 17 21 31 

Fridav 4 11 IS aS 

Saturday 5 13 19 26 

Sunday G 13 20 27 

Monday 7 11 21 23 



SEPTEMBER. 

Friday 1 8 15 22 20 

Saturday ....2 9 16 23 lO 

Sunday 3 10 17 21 

Monday 4 11 IS 25 

Tiiesilay 5 13 19 2t5 

Wednesday ..G 13 20 27 

Thursdav 7 14 21 28 



OCTOBER. 



Sunday 1 

Monday 2 



8 15 22 29 

9 16 i3 30 



Tuesday 3 10 17 24 31 

Wednesday ..4 11 18 25 



Thursday 
Fridav. . . ^ 



li 19 20 
13 20 27 



Saturday 7 14 21 28 



NOVEMBER. 

Wednesday ..1 8 15 22 29 

Thursday ....2 9 16 23 30 

Friday 3 10 17 24 

Saturdiy 4 11 13 :-5 

Sunday 5 12 19 26 

Monday 6 li 10 27 

Tuesday 7 14 21 28 

DECEMBER. 

Friday 1 S 15 23 29 

Saturday 2 9 16 23 30 

Sunday ......3 10 17 24 31 

.Mond.w 4 11 18 25 

Tuesday 5 13 19 26 

Wednesday ..6 13 20 27 

Thursdav.. 7 14 21 28 

B 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



JANUARY XXXI DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. I 

County .Tusticcs in Quarter Sessions to appoint I 
County [licensing Committee, &c. I 

1st — Registrar s(Birttis, MaiTiages and Deaths) | 
to scml in Quarterly Returns. 2nd Qrtr. 
Scss. duririg week. ' 

5tli — Dividends due on Consols, New 2J per cts. 
New 3;;- per cts. and East India 5 per cts. 

Sth — Fire Insurance Premiums due at Christ- 
mas must he paid on or hefore this date. 



14th — Private and Joint Stock Banks' Annual 
Registry to be delivered at Stamp Office 
hefore this day. 

THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full iloon tth day, lOh. 59m. Morning. 

Last Quarter 12th day, 3h. 47m. Afternoon. 

1 New Moon 19th day, 4h. 35m. Afternoon. 

First Quarter ...26th day, 7h. 45m. Morning. 



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29 

30 

31 



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SUNDAY.., 

Mouday ... 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday , 
Thursday ... 

Friday 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY.., 
Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.., 
Monday .., 
Tuesday .., 
Wednesday 
Tliursday ..' 

Friday 

Satxirday .., 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuosday .. 
We.lnesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 



MEMORANDA. 



1 st Sunday after Christmas. 

Income Tax due. 

Sun rises, 8.8 ; sets, 4.2, 



Epiphany. 

1st Sunday after Epiphany. 
Fire Insurance expires. 
Sun rises, 8.5 ; sets, 4.11. 

HlLAKY TERM & SITTINGS BEGIN, 

Cambridge Lent Term begins. 
Oxford Lent Term begins. 
2nd Sunday after Epiphany. 
Sun rises, 8.1 ; sets, 4.20. 



3rd Sunday after Epiphany. 
Sun rises, 7.54 ; sets, 4.31 



4th Sunday after Epiphany. 
Sun rises, 7.44 ; sets, 4.44. 
Hilary Term ends. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



Thp Thrush has heen ohservpfl to 
liesin its song in this month, but the 
earliest time has heen December 'Hh, 
and the latest February 13. The Robin 
sinijs throuph this month. 

The Snowdrop now appears. Tlie 
earliest r^me it has been noticed to 
flower is December 24th, and the l;itest 
February 10. 

Tlie Turnip has been observed to 
flower on the Kith of this month, but 
sometimes not till Jime. 

Ringdoves begin to coo between the 
1st of this month and March 30. 

The Yellow Butterfly comes out be- 
tween January 14 and April 17. 



Tufted Pochard, FuUfiula crinfata ; 
Merganser, Mergtig serrator ; Snow- 
bunting, Emberiza nivaUs ; The Pine 
Grosbeak. Pyrhula enucleator. Are 
occasional?!/ but not repularly seen, 
their appearance and departure de- 
pending on the severity or mildness of 
the weather. 

lled-breast, Sylvia rubeenla; Wren, 
Troglodytes parvulns : Hedge Spar- 
row, Accentor modnlaris : Tomtit, 
Parns emruleus; SontrThrush. Turdiis 
mnsicus ; Blackhir.i. Meruhi rulgnris ; 
Dipper, CUnclnsaqHaficHs- ; Woodlark. 
Alavda arborea; Chathnoh. Fringilla 
ccefebs; Nut-hatch, Hitta Enrnpcea. 
Mav occasionally be heard to sing ; 
but this appears to depend more on the 
health and spirits of individual birds 
than on the state of the weather. 



Rates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



1878. Jan. 
Jan. 



1879. 



1880, 
1881, 



1 . . stood at 
9 . . lowered to 
Jan. 30.. lowered to 
Jan. 1 . . stood at 
.Tan. 15.. lowered to 
Jan. 2 9.. lowered to 
.Tan. 1 . .stood at 
.Tan. 1 . .stood at 
Jan. 12. .raised to 



4 per cent. 
3 



4 
3 
3 
3 
3i 



Eates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 

1878. Jan. 1 . .stood at 2 per cent. 

1879. Jan. 1,, stood at 3 ,, 

1880. Jan. 1,. stood at 3 ,, 

1881. Jan. 1 . . stood at 3.^- „ 



1882.1 



THE CALENDAR. 



FEBRUARY XXVIII DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOrES. 
Memorial. o.ncordinK to the form. Schedule C, 
of the New Joint Stock Banks' Regulation 
Act (7 & 8 Vic, c. 113), to be rleliverert at 
Stamp Office between 28th Feb. and 25th 
March. 

15th— Last Day for objections to owners' votes 
for election of Guardians. 

27th — Railway Companies to furnish accoiints 
to Government. 



28th — Last day for Corporations and Companies 
to send name of Officer to vote for utuardiaps. 
In Middlesex and Surrey, Magistrates to 
appoint Annual Licensing Meeting. 

THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon 3rd day, .5h. o3m. Morning, 

Last Quarter 11th day, 8h. 3-lm. Morning. 

New Moon 18th day, 2h. 50m, Morning. 

First Quarter ...24th day, 9h. 31m. AfterEoon 



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AVednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
]\Ionday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
]\Ionday .. 
Tuesday .. 
"Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday . . 



MEMORANDA. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTBS^ 



Candlemas Day. 

Septungesima Sunday. 
Sun rises, 7.33 ; sets, 4.56. 

Half- quarter Day. 

Queen Victoria married, 1840. 

Sexagesima Sunday. 
Sun rises, 7.20; sets, 5.9. 
St. Valentine. 



Quinqua. (Shrove) Sunday. 

Cam. Leat Term div. at Midnt. 

Shrove Tuesday. 

Ash Wednesday. 

Sun rises, 7.1 ; sets, 6.27. 



Quadrag. 1st Sunday in Lent, 



Rooks Vipsin ro biiilci nt PRrliest Feb. 
2, and at the latest March U. 

The Ilawtliorn. Kirch, and Syca- : 
mo'e Trees put forth their leaf buds. 
Thefarl'e--t date uo'iced fi r them is ' 
Fehruxry 21. the latest May t. ■ \ 

Fro. s and Toads are obserTCfl to 
croak now. The earliest date has T>een I 
recorded as February 20, the Ijitest 
May +. 

Sonrie of the few wild flowers which 
anrear this month are— Dead Nettle, | 
Uaisy. Dandi-lion, Blue lyy-Ieiayed I 
Speedwell, and the Grey Procunlbent I 
Speedwell. I 

i I 

Knot, Tringa einerea; Goosander, 
MermiK merf/anser ; Brent Goose. LBer- 
7iic!a hrp.vtu ; Bernacle Goose, Jier- 
nicla Iruriip/iiK ; V\ ild Goose, Anser 
palnstris ; (.r.luen Plover, CharaSrius 
pluviulii ; Cu' lew, ^nmenivs arquata. 
Benin to relirp from the sea coaif, or 
other Winter haunts, to their several 
breeding places in inland situatidns. 

Sky -lark, Alauda nrvensis ; Tointit, 
Varus emruleus ; Goldcresced Wren, 
Reguhts erislulus ; Common Wren, 
Troglodytes parvuliis ; Chafflnoh, 
Frihgilla cmlehs ; Yellow Hammer, 
Emiieriza citritiella. These and other 
song birdfenvmeraled nndrrjantiary 
are coming into Jvller song, in eon- 
sequence of milder weather and more 
afivndant fiiod. 

Tame Goose, Anser domesficns ; 
'Rook, Coritts friigi/egus ; House Spar- 
row. Passer domeslicits : King-titeher, 
Alcedo ispidii ; I'artridcio, Perdix 
einerea; Tawny Owl, Stnx (tfuco. 
Begin to pair and seek Jor suUahle 
nestling places. 



Rates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



1878. 


Feh. 


1 . . stood at 2 per cent 


1879. 


Feb. 


1.. stood at 3 ,, 


1880. 


Feb. 


1,. stood at 3 ,, 


1881. 


Feb. 


1 . . stO( d at 3 J , , 




Feb. 


16.. lowered to 3 ,, 



Eates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



1878. Feb. 1.. stood at 2 percent. 

1879. Feb. 1.. stood at 3 „ 

1880. Feb. 1 .. stood at 3 ,, 

1881. Feb. 1.. stood at 3A ,, 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



MARCH XXXI DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. 
1st — Municipal Assessors' Auditors to bo 

elected. 
16th — Last day for publishingnotice of election 

of Poor Law Guardians, and first day for 

sendint; in nominations to Clerk. 
20th — A Special Session for Highways to be held 

within l-l daj'8 of this date. 
25th — Qnarter Day ; Overseers to be nominated 

by Justices within 8 days ; and Guardians 

to be elected within 1-1 days. 



25th for 26th — Last Day forsendin!; inuumma- 
tions for <Juardiansto iheir Clerk. 
„ Poor Law Guardiaus to be elected first 
Thursday after 2Jth March. 
31st — Dividends due on India Bonds. 

THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon 5th day, Oh. 40m. Morning. 

Last Quarter 12tli day, 9b. 28in. Afteraoon. 

Now Moon IPth day, Oli. 17m. Afceruoon. 

FirstQuarter ...26th day, Ih. 33m. Afternoon. 



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1 30 

31 



Day of Week. 



MEMORANDA. 



Wednesday . 
Thursday ... 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY... 
Monday ... 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday . 
Thursday ... 

Friday 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY... 
Monday ... 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday . 
Thursday ... 

Friday 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY... 

Monday 

Tii3sday .., 
Wednesday , 
Thursday "„. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 
Friday 



St. David. 



2nd Sunday in Lent. 
Sun rises, 6.37 ; sets, 5.47. 



3rd Sunday in Lent. 

Sun rises, 6.21 ; sets, 5.59. 



St. Patricia. 

4th Sunday in Lent. 
Sua rises, 6.5 ; sets, 6.11. 



Annunciation. Lady Day. 

ijth Sunday in Lent. 

Sun rises, 5.49 ; sets, 6.23. 



Cambridcre Leut Term, ends. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



The Elm, Iln'-nlmara, no-.-so Cliest- 
nwtaiil Mount.uri Aslisli'W tlie'i- leaf- 
>i'ids. Tlie "arl'i'-i' time for these "-e- 
ctinlel is March "h, and the latest 
M'ly 7th. Tlie earii >^t time notio (i in 
the buds of ihe Maple and Lime is 
Mai-cli ISt'i, and th" latest Jlav "Lli. 
Tlie sreitest .iiir^i-enne in th" hursl- 
inr ■■f thii -Sweet Chestnut and Oak is 
between Mnreh 28:.h and May 12li. 

Yo\in2 Hoiiks have neeu liatch- d on 
March 2fltli »n 1 a'* late aa April iltii. 

The gre itc-it oin'."r^n')"kno-vn i" the 
appeara'iceiif s«' lUous in onr country 
is heiween .Ma -cu :ji' and April 2i>. 

Some of the llinvevs whic i usually 
bloom in . Mavch are— Blackth ni. 
Primrose, Wood Anemone, ISiue Hya- 
cinths, AVallflower, Cowslip, Oxlip, 
Colts' foot. 



Widseon, Mnrecapenelopr'. ; Hooded 
Crow,' Corpim fornix ; Rad-^Vill!f, 
Tiirdus iHacitx ; Turnstone, Stre-'i'lus 
cnltaris; Garnet. S'ula / rtsnana ; Teal, 
Amis rr C'l ; Jli'iliu. Fa/co (Bsalon ; 
Pnchard. iV'y/corc ifr'tna ; Woo i-cock. 
Scfi/aprix ru$/ico/ri ; Snipc. Scolopax 
,/i:NiH(i</o : .Tack-S'lipe. ScoJop. riiil- 
liiiiihi. Take their departure from 
their winter-niKirlemin this counfri,', 
nnil mitjrate to their several breediuii 
•plneeit. 

ChitT-Ohafr,.S.v/r((j hippniuis; Wheat- 
ear, 'iaxirola (Fiianthe; Stone Curlew. 
(Eiliriieiiius crp/iilinis. Are amoiurst 
the frn- nrrivalx of miftratorii birds. 

llinii-diive, Cotiimba patuiiibns ; 
Mitgpie, Pica eiindnta: Jay, Garrutus 
iihiiidiiriiis; JaeUliiv. Cnrrii.i mone- 
ditto: I'i d Waiisi.il. Motiiriltn affia : 
Marsli Tit, Parim ptilnxlri^ ; Turkey 
C'>ck, 3Ieleaf/ri^ finltiiparo ; G'eon 
Wooilpecker, Piciix ri'-}di.t. Utter 
their peculiar cdtln. iuiticativeofhigh 
gj)iritii, caused bi/ this ijeiiial season. 



Eates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 

1878. March 1., stood at 2 percent. 

March'27. .raised to 3 

1873. March 1.. stood at 3 

Ma'ch 12.. lowered to 2| 

1880. March 1.. stood at 3 

1881, Jlarch 1., stood at 3 



Eates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 

1878. IVFarch 1 . .stood at 2 per cent. 

187<>. l\Iarch 1.. stood at 3 ,, 

1880. Murch 1.. stood at 3 ,, 

1881. March 1.. stood at Zh ,, 



Rsmomwmx^^ctra 



1S82.] 



THE CALENDAR. 



APRIL XXX DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. 

1st — Dividends due on India Bonds. Registrars 

to .«end in quarterly returns. 
4th — Eeturns of Assessed Taxes made on 3rd 

for this date. Notice of any decrease or 

alter:! tioii to be given. Quarter Sessions 

commenre this week. 
5th— Dividends due at Bank and India Dept. 

Guardians' voting papers to be delivered. 



8th — Guardians' voting papers to be collected. 
10th for 9th — Fire Insurance mnst be paid. 
25th— Dividend due at India Dept. on tliis date. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon 3rd day, 5h. 47m. Afternoon, 

Last Quarter 11th day, Gh. SOm. Moruing. 

New Moon 17th day, dh. 38m. Afternoon, 

First Quarter 25th day, 6h. 56m. Morniu}?. 






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MEMORANDA, 



NATURAL niSTORT NOTES. 



Saturday ... 
SUNDAY... 
Monday ... 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 



Oxford Lent Term ends. 

Palm Sunday. 

Sun rises, 5.34 ; sets, 6.34. 

Hilary Sittings knd. 

G oodFt; in AY. E aster vac. begs. 

Fire Insurance expires. 

Easter Sunday. 

Bank and General Holiday. 

Easter Vac. ends. 

Oxford Easter term begins. 

Sun rises, 5. 11 ; sets, 6.51. 

Cambridge Easter Term begins. 

Easier Term begins. 

Low Sunday. 

Sun rises, 5.3 ; sets, 6.57. 

Easter Sittings begin. 



2nd Sunday after Easter. 
Sun rise-s 4.48 ; sets, 7.9. 



3rd Sunday after Easter. 



Tlie Ash and Beech Trees swell tiieh- 
buds The earliest time uoiiced lor 
these is April 5, the latest May luth. 

The Mglitingalc imd Cuckoo ap- 
pear, and tlie ear ie^c son!; of the 
toinier has hi;eii heard on April .Ih, 
xnd at the latest Ma.v Uh. Tbatot the 
Cuckoo lias l,cen kiio«u to vary from 
Apri.Oih to May 7th. 

Amoni; the llo»vers wlich appear 
this month are the Q.oiind Ivy the 
Arams, ■ r '■ Lords and Ladies.' I'lrtil- 
jary, Harebell. L'S^er Celftiidnie 
Sweet Violet, Blue Speedwell, Herb 
Robert, Uoundstougue. 



Silvery Gull, L<irus Arflentntu* ; 
CrossHiil, Loxia curvirostra ; 'Jreen 
Sandpiper Tolunus ochropiig; I'leld- 
fare, Turdusi'ilarig. Ret ire from our 
shoreg to more northern latttuuet to 

Blackcap, Sulriaatrieapilla; White 
Throat, Cnrritca cinerea ; Hay iJira, 
Sulria trochilua : swallows, Hirimdo 
uridca, 11. nis'ica, <kc. ; AVry-iieck, 
Yunx torquilla ; Wliin-chat .i-uxico/a 
ruOeira; Kins? Ouz^l, 'iurdim lor- 
(Hiatus; Quail, Coiturmx communis j 
Turile-dove, Culumlia turticr; Ruir, 
1 Trimia pniniux. Arrivetrniii SouthKi-H 
I latitiiflen iiii'l announce t/temselcen lij/ 
their peculiar call-notet, or Kong, con- 
tinued till they ber/in to moult. 



Eates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879. 1880 and 1881. 



1878. April 

1879. April 
April 

1880. April 

1881. April 



1 . .stood at 
1 . . stood at 
9 . . lowered to 
1 . .stood at 
1 . , stood at 



3 per cent. 

2^ „ 

2 

3 

3 



Rates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 

1877. April 5.. stood at 2 percent. 

1878. April 1.. stood at 2 ,, 

1879. April l..&toodat 3 ,, 

1880. April 1.. lowered to 2^ ,., 

1881. April 1.. stood at 3| ,, 



XIV 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



MAY XXXI DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. 

Ist— Holiday at Transfer Offico, Bank of 
England. 2nd— Scotch Bank Holiday. 
Local Authorities in Counties and 
Boroughs to make return to Secretary of 
State of Polling divisions under Ballot 
Act. 

15th — Scotch Quarter Day. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon 3rd day. 8h. 31m. Morning. 

Last Quarter 10th day, Oh. 35m. Afternoon. 

New Moon 17th day, 7h. 33m. Morning. 

First Quarter ... 25th day. Oh. 41m. Morning. 



Day of Week 



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11 
12 
13 
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15 
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17 
18 
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20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
2G 
27 

28 SUNDAY... 
29 
30 
31 



MEMORANDA. 



Monday .., 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday 
Thursday .., 

Friday 

Saturday .., 
SUNDAY.., 
Monday ... 
Tuesday .., 
Wednesday 
Thursday ... 
Friday ...... 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday ... 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday 
Thursday ... 
Friday ....... 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY... 

Monday 

Tuesday ... 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday , 

Saturday 



Monday . . 
Tuesday . . , 
Wednesday 



Sun rises, 4.34 ; sets, 7.21, 



4th Sunday after Easter. 
Easter Term ends. 
Sun rises, 4.20; sets, 7.33, 
Half Quarter Day. 



Old May Day. 

Rogation Sunday. 

Sun rises, 4.11 ; sets, 7.43. 



Ascension Day. Holy Thursday 
H Camb. Easter Term divides. 

Sunday after Ascension. 
Trinity Term begins. 
Sun rises, 4.0 ; sets, 7.54. 
Queen Victoria born, 1819, 

East.Sittings&Ox. Tekmend 
Oxford Trinity Term begins. 
WhitSunday. [Whit. Vac. beg. 
Bauk and General Holiday. 
Whit Vacation ends. 
Sun rises, 3.52 ; sets, 8.4. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



The Brake Fern begins to thrust up 
its cui-lert fronts. 

Some of the flowers which bloom in 
this month are tlie Lily of the Vallev, 
Pei-ivvinMo, Purple Orchis, O.xeve 
Bai.o.v, Wood Sorrel, Milkwort, Cuckoo 
flower, Samphire. 

The Haivtiiorn oomos into blossom. 
The earliest time it h.ns been observed 
is April J3th, ana the latest June 
12th. 

The Chum Owl finsfs now; it has 
been noticed as e;irlv as Apiil 29Ch, 
and as late as .Tune aith. 

Th'Yellov Broom flowers and the 
Common Bugle. 



Cnckoo, Cucidus caiiorus. Becomes 
hoarse. 

Kook, Corvus fruoiUnus; Jnckdaw, 
Corvtis monedula: Mas^pie, Pica cau- 
data; Jay, Garrufus phinclarius. May 
be seen with their i/on nj/ in the pastures 
a)id woods searching for food, and 
vera iioisir. 

Tiirush, Tardus mnsicus; Sedge 
Bird, Curruca snlicaria; Dunnock, 
Accentor modiilaris; Whire-thro.Tt, 
Ciirrnca cinci-ra; IMpppr, Cincliis 
aqunticiis. Contnine partial!!/ in som/, 
together icith a few of other species. 



Rates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



1878. May 1.. stood at 3 

May 29,. lowered to 2|- 

May 1.. stood at 2" 

May 1 . .stood at 3 

INIay 1 . . stood at 3 

May 11 .. lowered to 21 



1879 
1880 
1881 



per cent. 



Bates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



1878. MaY 2.. stood at 1 percent. 

1879. May ].. stood at 3 „ 

1879. May 23.. stood at 2 „ 

1880. May 1.. stood at 2i „ 

1881. May 1., stood at 3|- „ 



1882.1 



THE CALEXDAK. 



JUNE XXX DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES, 
let — Overseers to give notice between this day 
and 20th to Voters who have not paid all 
Poor-rates due 5th January last. 
10th — Clerks of Peace and Town Clerks to issue 
precepts to the Overseers to make out 
1 Lists of Parliamentary Voters. 

20th — The 46th year of the reign of Victoria 
begins . Overseers to 11 x on church doors 
notices to persons qualified to vote for 



counties, to make claims. Persons on the 
register need not make a new c.sim, un- 
less they have changed their qualification. 
26th — Quarter Sessions commence this week. 

THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon 1st day, 8h. 3?m. Afternoon. 

Last Quarter 8th day, oh. 9m. Afternoon 

New Moon 15th day, 6h. 33m. Afternoon 

First Quarter ...23rd day, 6h. Im. Afternoon 



°5 

^ o Day of Week. 



1 


Thursday ... 


2 


Friday 


3 


Saturday ... 


4 


SUNDAY... 


5 


Monday ... 


6 


Tuesday .. 


^ 
i 


Wednesday . 


8 


Thui-sday ... 


9 


Friday 


10 


Saturday ... 


11 


SUNDAY... 


12 


Monday ... 


13 


Tuesday ... 


14 


Wednesday 


15 


Thursday ... 


16 


Friday 


17 


Saturday .. 


18 


SUNDAY.. 


19 


Monday .. 


20 


Tuesday . . 


21 


Wednesday 


22 


Thursday .. 


23 


Friday 


24 


Saturday .. 


25 


SUNDAY.. 


26 


Monday 


27 


Tuesday . . 


28 


Wednesday 


29 


Thursday .. 


30 


Friday 



MEMORANDA. 



Trinity Sunday. 

Sun rise§, 3.48 ; sets, 8.9. 

Trinity Sittings begin. 



1st Sunday after Trinity. 

Trinity Term ends. 

Sun rises, 3.45 j sets, 8.15. 



2nd Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 3.44 ; sets, 8.18. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



Cambridge Easter Term ends. 
St. John Bapt. MidstjmmerDay 
3rd Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 3.46 ; sets, 8.19. 

Queen Victoria crowned, 1838. 



Amons the flowers which 'come out 
in June "aie the Dog Rose, Forget-me- 
Not FIv "rchis. Corn Jlarignld, 
Yellow "Cistus Water Vio'et. Yel- 
low Hrrni-d, or Sea-aide Poppy. Yel- 
low Water Lily, Common ilalloiv 
Convolvolns, Anemone Pulsatilla, 
Toad F1..X, Borage, Rd aud Wl'iti! 
Campion. Velio - Hawkwee , Knotted 
Fi^wort. Thrift. ll'"lleni,and HeUher. 

Tiie CatPrpillar of the Tiger Moih 
may now be found. 

The Nightingale departs. 



Cuckoo, Cveulus canorus ;NigIitin- 
gale, Svltia luscinia; Babillard, Vitr- 
ruru ff'arrula; ned»tavt,Sy/via p/iix- 
nicurus; Wood Wren, Salvia gihila- 
trix; Sedge Bird, Curruca salicdruj; 
Fauvette, Si/lvia hortenris; hvvitt, 
Cupselus murarius; Nigt't Jar, ( «- 
primulaiis Eitropteui' ; Fluslier, La- 
nius collurio. Arrive from Soiiln- 
ern latitudes, as do several other 
species, females ustiallp appearing a 
week- or more later than males. 

Thrush, Turdm musi^us; lv.ed- 
hreast, Svlviarubecicla ; Wren, Tro- 
alodi/les parvulus; Black-taii, Sv/rirt 
airiiapilla Are now in sona, una 
Kith most birds are busy in nest 
biiildina or hatching. 



Rates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



.stood at 2J per cent, 
.raised to 3 ,, 
.stood at 2 ,, 
.stood at 3 ,, 

16 lowered to 2\ „ 
June 1 . . stood at 2^ , , 



1878. June 1 
June 26 

1879. June 1 

1880. June 1 



1881. 



Rates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1875, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 

1878. June 1 . . stood at 2 -per cent. 

1879. June 1 .. stood at 2 „ 

1880. June 1 .. stood at 2| ,, 
1831. June 1.. stood at 3i „ 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



JULY XXXI DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. 

Special Sessions to be hold this month for 

granting licences to deal in ffame. Borough 

.Justices to appoint Licensing Committee. 

Annual Local Taxation Retui'us to be sent to 

L. Ct. Board tbis month. 
1st — Registrars to send in returns. 
5th — Dividends due at Bank and India Dept. 
9lh — Fire insurances due^lthjune must be paid 
20th — Last day for sending i n claims for voting in 
count'es. — Assessed Taxes and Poor-i-ates 



due 5th January must be paid on or before 
this day, to prevent disqualification tor 
Parliamentary and iluiiiciiiMl vot ng. 
31st— Overseers to make out Lists of Electors. 

THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Full Moon 1st day, Gh. 8m. Morning. 

Last Quarter 7ih day, 9h. C2m. Afternoon. 

New Moon lUh day, 7h. Im. Morning. 

First Quarter ... 23id day, h h. 18m. i'on.ing. 
Full Moon . ...... 30th day. 2h. ^m. Aftemoon. 



OS 


Day of Week. 


MEMORANDA. 


1 Saturday .., 




2 SUNDAY... 


4th Sunday after Trinity. 


3 


Monday ... 


Sun rises, 3.50 ; sets, 8.17. 


4 


Tuesday ... 




5 


Wednesday . 




C 


Thursday ... 




7 


Friday 




8 


Saturday ... 


Fire Ins. Ox. Trin. Term ends. 


9 


SUNDAY... 


5th Sunday after Trinity. 


10 


Monday ... 


Sun ri.ses, 3.56; sets, 8.13. 


11 


Tuesday ... 




12 


Wednesday . 




13 


Thursday ... 




14 


Friday 




15 


Saturday ... 


St. S with in. 


16 


SUNDAY... 


6th Sunday after Trinity. 


17 


Monday ... 


Sun rises, 4.4 ; sets, 8.7. 


18 


Tuesday ... 




3 9 


Wednesday . 




20 


Thursday ... 




21 


Friday 




22 


Saturday ... 




23 


SUNDAY... 


7th Sunday after Trinity. 


24 


Monday ... 


Sun rises, 4.13 ; sets, 7.58. 


25 1 Tuesday ... 




26 i Wednesday . 




27 Thursday ... 




28 Friday 




29 Saturday ... 




30 SUNDAY... 


8th Sunday after Trinity. 


31 


Monday .. 


Sun rises, 4.23 ; sets, 7.48. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



Tlio flowers which come into hloom 
ill Jiil.v are, Jlar.^h llnriaold, b'ee Or- 
el is, Red l(attle,U ild ( h 'm:.tis. Hcney- 
suckle. St. Jolm's ■\^'l!rI, I'c.xjiiuve, 
Wild Tlijmo, fewuet Wuodrnfl'e, Hawk- 
weed, \ arrow, Bed Bartsia, 



Qunil, ro/?()-H!T major; Stone Cur- 
Ir-w, (Kdic iininin cvipUinis ; Bitlern, 
li(,luiiiUkst(Uiirif; llnUl-cn sl'dWion, 
lUiiulus ciislatus. Utter their cail- 
nu'tef. 

Green Finch, FringiUa cJiJorif ; 
Nigiitimrale, St/lvia lu^chiiu ; Ulaik- 
cap, Sijhia atr'\cai»tl<i ; Wliitt tine at, 
Ciirriica cinerea ; (JariUii-waihler, 
l^vl. hortemh; R>n-!>t:iit, ^i/hiu 
2J'' osvicvrvn ; lifdhi-past. t-plria rube- 
cti!a: linnet, Liiun-ia lihotu ; Gold- 
i\MQh, Frivaittd curilvf/h- ; Clinllliich, 
Frivoilla rpizti : lliiiisli, 'JvrcHis 
miifiivf ; lilackbird, '1 m lUcn ■niirtila : 
Sk.vlark, j^luvda urvn.K7s. Are. nith 
most fovff birdr, fi/(7it,(X(ept a cliunce 
we lutein moultivy; tint ulliurlier 
hroodn of young heiiui to varble, con- 
tinuing even during moulting, vlten 
health not thereby affected. 



Elites of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



ISTS.July 1. 
July 3. 
July 31. 

1879. July 1. 

1880. Jnfy 1. 

1881. July 1. 



, .stood at 
.raised to 
.raised to 
. .stood at 
. . stood at 
.stood at 



3 percent. 



2i 



Bates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



1877. July 1.. stood at 2 percent. 
1878 July L.ttoodat 2 ,, 

1879. July 1.. stood at 2 ,, 

1880. July 1.. Stood at 2^ „ 

1881. Jily 1.. Stood at 3^ „ 



18^2.] 



THE CALENDAR. 



AUGUST XXXI DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. 
Justices this moijth to appoint annual Licen- 
sing Meeting, such meeting to be held be- 
tween "iOth August and 1-lth September. 
On fii'si auu second tJundays, List of Electors 
fixed 10 church doors. 
11th— Half Quaitev Day. 
19ih for ;i()th— Last day icr service of Objections 

to Voters in Counties. 
25th — Last day for serving Objections to, and 



receiving claims from, Voters in 
Boroughs. 
SOthSailicay Compajiies to furnish Accounts to 
Government. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

LastQuarter Gthday, 4h. 13m. Morning. 

New Moon l:ith day, 9h. 10m. Altemoon. 

First Quarter :d2r.dday. Oh. £Jm. Morning. 

FuU Moon 2bth day, 9h. lam. Afternoon, 



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n 

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21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Day of Week. 



MEMORANDA. 



Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY., 
Monday . 
Tuesday ... 
Weduesday , 
Thursday ... 

Friday 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY.., 
Monday .., 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday . 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Weduesday 
Thursday .. 



9th Sunday after Trinity. 
Bank and General Holiday. 
I Trinity Sittings end. 
Sun rises, 4.37 ; sets. 7.33. 
Long Vacation begins. 

Half-quarter day. 

10th Sunday after Trinity. 

Sun rises, 4.45 ; sets, 7.23. 



11th Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 4.56 ; sets, 7.9. 



12th Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 5.7 ; sets, 6.54. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



Tho dowers which blioiE in this 
nuiith are, lilacKherr.v, Blue Succory, 
He(ii:e W. iUMcU>oit, Yellow Ir s, Sapo- 
nai-in <'r Scapx ort, White Convolvolus, 
Sen 1 ji vender. Wo-, cl i<. ti ny. Common 
Hop. Sunde" . Mavjoiam, P -iple Loose- 
strife, Black Hoieliound. Genista linc- 
loria or Dver hG'iei.netd. 'ihe Com- 
mon Frogbir, l>koirs on the surface of 
pouda in this mouth. 



Aherdevine, FringiHa gptnus ; 
llountain finch, FrhuiiUa moniijrin- 
gtlla ; Gro&shanV.. Loxui (■urc^rosil^a ; 
Tuinstoue, St.repsila»inrfrjires ; Knot, 
Trinpa cinerea ; Saiideilins, Ca/t- 
drie iiri^iaria. jlrrhefrom the Aorth 
on winter visit, atony with a few other 
specie*. 

Cuckoo, Cacvlus cavorus ; Swirr, 
Cupse/vs mitrariu.i ; Wryneck, Yiinx 
tornuilla; 'litla-k, Avihus trivialis; • 
Turtle-dove. Columlai furfur ; Lap- 
wins;, I uiietlKS crtsfufiif ; Lnugl.uig ' 
Gull, Laru, ridiMtndvs ; Purtin, ira- 
tercula arctica ; DotticU, Cliuradrius 
morinellus. Retire to more southern \ 
latitudesto toheup their uinterqnar- \ 
ters along with their youna families 



Rates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



187S. 

1879. 
1880. 
1881. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



1 . . stood at 4 
12. .raised to 5 



per cent. 



.stood at 2 
. stood at 2 J 
, stood at 2^ 
.raised to 3 
.raised to 4 



Eates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1883 and 1831. 

1878. Aug. 1,. stood at 2 percent. 

1879. Aug. 1.. stood at 2 ,, 

1880. Aug. 1.. stood at 2^ „ 

1881. Aug. 1.. stood at 3^ ,, 
Aug. 25. .raised to 4 „ 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



SEPTEMBER XXX DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. 
On the two Sundays before ISth Sept., objections 
to Electors to be fixed on church doors. 

Ist — List of Lodgers claiming to Vote must be 
published. Overseers must deliver Bur- 
pess Lists to Town Clerks. 

2nd— List of Jurors to be affixed to church doors 
for first three Sundays. 

15th— Bura-ess (Jlaims, &c.,in boroughs (muni- 
cipal only) to be affixed in some public 
place until 1st October. Revising Bar- 



risters to hold Courts between this day 

and October 31. 
29th — Union Accouuts for Mich, half-year to be 

made up to end of th<s week. 
Last week in this month Jury Lists are to be 

allowed at Special Sessions in Counties. 

THE MOON'S CHANGES. 
Last Quarter 4th day, Ih. 26m. Afternoon- 
New Moon 12th day. Oh. 59m. Afternoon- 
First Quarter 20th day, Ih. 2sm. Afternoon. 

Full Moon 27th day, 5h. 10m. Morning. 



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20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 



Day of Week. 



Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 

Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY .. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 
Friday ..,.. 
Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.. 
Monday .. 
Tuesday . . 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 



MEMORANDA. 



13th Sunday after Trinity, 
Sun rises, 5.18 ; sets, 6.39. 



14th Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 5.29 ; sets, 6.23. 



15th Sunday after Trinity. 
Suns rises, 5.41 ; sets, 6.7. 



1 6th Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 5.52 ; sets, 5.50. 



St. Michael, Michaelmas Day 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



Tlie flowers which bloom in this 
raoiith .ire few ; aiuougtUem are Mea- 
dow Saffron, Dodder, Golden liod, 
Kiisnort. 

S.val.ows cluster together to take 
flight. 



Black-cap, Si/lvia atricapilla ; 'Vrood 
Wren, Sj/lvia sibilatrix ; Harden 
Warbler. ■Si'^fta hortensis ; Nightin- 
gale, Si/^Bta luseinia ; White Throat, 
Curruca cinerea; Les^erWhite-throat, 
Hyloia cumica ; Grasshopper Lark, 
ValamoOyta locustella ; Sedge War- 
bler, Calamodjita phragmitis; Chitf- 
chiitf, Hi/lvia /lipijolais; Willow War- 
bler, Sylvia trochilus ; Chimney 
Swallow, Uirmido rustica ; Flusher, 
Lwniuii collurio ; JVight Jar, Capvi- 
mu/i/us Buropceus ; King Ouzel, Tiir- 
dus torquatus ; Wheatear, Saxicola 
(Bnanthe; Green Plover, Charadrius 
p/uvialis ; Ruff, Tringa pugnax. 
Take t/ieir departure fur the south, 
some ill flocks, and others separately, 
some in the day, hut a greater numlter 
in the night, particularly by moon- 
light. 

Gannot, Sulahassnna; Smpe,Scolo- 
pax gallinago ; Jack-snipe, &Y'ofojj«a' 
gallinula; Cuvlew, A' ume7iiusarquata ; 
Bean Gouse, Anser fonts. Arrive 
fromtheir n^Hliern summer haunts. 



Bates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 

1878. Sep. L.stod at 5 percent. 

1879. Sep. 1,. stood at 2 ,, 

1880. Sep. 1.. stood at 2|- „ 

1881. Sep. 1.. stood at 4 ,, 



Rates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



1878. Sep. 1 . .stood at 2 percent. 

1879. Sep. 1.. stood at 2 , 

1880. Sep. 1.. stood at 2^ ,, 

1881. Sep. 1,. stood at 4 ,, 



1882.J 



THE CALENDAR. 



OCTOBER XXXI DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. 
2nd for 1st— Mayor and Assessors of Municipal 
Boronghs which are not Parliamentary 
Boronghs to revise Burgess Lists. 
Registrars to send in Quarterly Returns. 
5th — Dividends due at. Bank. 
7th — Bankers' Licenses to be taken out. 
14th — Fire Insurance must be paid. 

Accounts of Highway Surreyors to be 
produced within 15 days before Special | 
Sessions. 



Appointment of Special Constables by 
Borough Justices. 
16th — Quarter Sessions held this week. 
31st— Criminal Returns to be sent to Home 
Secretary by Clerks to Justices by this 
date. 

THE MOON'S CHANGES. 
Last Quarter ... 4th day, 2h. 17m. Morning 

New Moon 12th day, 6h. Im. Morning, 

First Quarter... 19th day, llh. 55m. Afternoon. 
Full Moon iteth day. 2h. 34m. Afternoon 






Day ofWeek. 



MEMORANDA. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 



SUNDAY... 

Monday ... 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday . 
Thursday ... 

Friday , 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY.., 
Monday ... 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday . 
Thur.sday ... 

Friday 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY... 
Monday ... 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday . 
Thursday ... 

Friday 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY... 
Monday ... 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday , 
Thursday ... 

Friday 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY... 
Monday ... 
Tuesday ... 



17th Sunday after Trinity. 

[Cambridge Mich. Term hes 
Sun rises, (3.5 ; sets, 5.32. 



18th Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, G.15 ; sets, 5.19. 
Oxford INTich. Term begins. 
Old Micluxehuas Day. 



Fire Insurance expires. 
19th Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 0.27 ; sets, 5.4. 



20th Sunday after Trinity. 
Bun rises, 6.39 ; sets, 4.49, 
Lo^'G Vacation ends. 



21st Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 6.51 ; sets, 4.35. 



The flowers which come into b^oom 
thi:. mouth .ire tlio Common Ivyar-d 
Jliehaelmas Daisy. The Blackberries 
rippii. 

i he Peacock and Admiral Butterflies 
come out. 



Tawny Owl, Strix atnco. Hoots. 

Window Swallow, Uvnmdo urt>ica ; 
Pank S«nlIow, Hirvmlo niiaria ; 
lleAsturttRziliciHa xihavicztnis ; Fly- 
catclier. Mnt^cicapu grisola ; Lauil- 
l"aii. or CowiCtuVc, Orlypometru crex ; 
Hobby, Falco fuOOvteo ; Sandpiper, 
Totanus /ifpoleucvs ; KPdKhunk, V'o- 
tanus ca/idris ; Hawk Owl. Otiis 
braclia olus. Depart for more sonthern 
latitudes. 

Vl oodr.ocys .Scolopaxmnticol" ; Eed- 
wing, TurduK iliactts ; Wt.od Piaeon, 
Cohimha palumbux ; Hooded Crow, 
Corviis comix ; shoveller. Spatula 
clypeata ; Giey-laa tioojse. Avser 
valusiris ; Teal, Qv.crQzicdutacrecca ; 
Merlin, Falco (Efalon. Arrive on our 
shoresfrom the North. 



Eates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



1878. Oct. 1 
Oct. 14 



1879. 
1880. 
1881. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



.stood at 
. raised to 
..stood at 
, . stood at 
, . stood at 



per cent. 



5 . . raised to 5 



Eates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1873, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 

1878. Oct. 1.. stood at 2 per cent. 

Oct. 16.. stood at 3 ,, 

1379. Oct. 1,. stood at 2 „ 

1870. Oct. 23.. stood at 3 ,, 

IJvSO. Oct. 1.. stood at 2^ „ 

Oct. 14.. stood at 3^ „ 

1^"^I. Oct. 1.. stood at 4 „ 

Oct. 20. .raised to 5 „ 



THE (JOUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



NOVEMBER XXX DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. 
1st— Eoroufrli Councillors to be elected. Holi- 
day at Transfer Ollice of the Bank and 
Stock Exchange. 
9th— Mayors and Aldermen to be elected. 
11th— Half Quarter Day. Martinmas Scotch 

Quarter Dny, 
13th 12y 1— Sherifi's lor next year nominated. 
15th— Solicitors' Annual Certificates expii-e. , 
20th— Svnjjs.Bnks. 10 make returns within CO dys. 



SOth — Latest day for depositing plans, sections 
and books of reference, &c.,with Clerks 
of Peace, &c. 



THE MOON'S CHANGES. 
Last Quarter... 3nd dav, 6h. 5^m. Afternoon. 

New Moon 10th day, lib. 2i)m. Afternoon. 

First Quarter... ISth day, h. r2iii. Morning. 
FudMooa 25th day, 2h. am. Morning. 



>;« 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 



Day of Week. 



Wetbiesday , 
Tluirs.lay ... 

Friday 

Saturday . . , 
SUNDAY.., 
Monday .., 
Tue.sday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday 

Saturday .. 
SUNDAY.., 
Monday ... 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thnr.sday .., 

Friday , 

Saturday .., 
SUNDAY.., 
Monday 
Tuesday .. 
Wednesday 
Thursday .. 

Friday , 

Saturday ... 
SUNDAY... 
Monday ... 
Tuesday ... 
Wednesday , 
TJiursday ... 



MEMORANDA. 



All Saints Day. 

-Mien. Ti;rm & Sittings begin, 



22nd Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 7.4 ; sets, 4.23. 

Camb. Mich. Term divides. 



Martinmas Day. 

23rd Sunday after Trinity. 

Sun rises, 7.1G; sets, 4.12. 



24tli Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 7.28 ; sets, 4.3. 



Old Martinmas Day. 

Michaelmas Term ends. 
2oth Sunday after Trinity. 
Sun rises, 7.40 ; sets, 3.56. 



St. Andreto. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



Amon? the flon-era for this winter 
iioinli are the common Ra'^^wort and 
t.ie C Icidouoj t.r Uluo Ti-ocus, whinh 
i;rov*a in Noitnghamshire, and the 
eliriatmas Rose. 



Golden Plover. Charadruis p!u- 
vialis ; Poacher, Ni/roca ferina; Gail- 
W.I.I, Anas xtrepera ; Wiiige n. Anas 
venelope ; Bohemian Wax-ivini;, Bom- 
Oi/ci!la parrula ; (iolden-eye Duck, 
Cluniiula vulgaris ; ^tocK-rlove, Co- 
liimba oenas. Arrice from the North, 
or from the more mountainous parts 
of the con lit rti. 

Re 1 -breast Si/lvia rubeciila ; Wren , 
Trofflodi/tes pdrmilns ; Hetiae Siwvr- 
row. Accentor moclularis ; Tlirusli, 
Turdus musicus. Frequently break 
out into sonp, as in summer. 

Linnet, Lliiaria linota ; G'oen Bird, 
Frini/iHa clitoris; House Spari-ow, 
Passer domet^lifiis ; S^ylirl'. Alaicla 
arvcnsis; Fieldl'a e, Turdus pilaris; 
St u'lins, Slurnus cuhiaris : Ciialtinch, 
Frini/iila coelebs. Assemble in n«me. 
r Otis flocks in the fields and hcdjes. 



Kates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 



1878. 


Nov. 


1. 


. stood at 6 


per cent 




Nov. 


20 


.lowered to 5 




1879. 


Nov. 


1. 


. stood at 2 






Nov. 


5. 


.raised to 3 




1880. 


Nov. 


1. 


.stood at 2} 




1881. 


Nov. 


1. 


.btood at 5 





Eates of the Bank of France for the 
years 1878, 1879, 1880 and 1881. 

1878. Nov. 1.. stood at 3 per cent. 

1879. Nov. 1.. stood at 3 ,, 

1880. Nov. l..stood-at 2>\ „ 

1881. Nov. 1.. stood at 5 „ 



1882.] 



THE CALENDAR. 



DECEMBER XXXI DAYS. 



MONTHLY NOTES. 
1st— Highway Accts.tobc madeup to tliis day. 

15Lh— Latest 'day for renewiug Solicitors' 
Annual Certificates. Also for dclivei ing 
Notices, &c., to Owners and Occupiers 
affected by Private Bills of 1882. 

23rd— Late-t day for leaving Petir.ions, Declara- 
tions. &c., at PriVHte Bill Office. 

30tli— Latest day for leaving Estimates Lists of 
Occupiers, Sec, at Private Bill Ortice. 



30th for 31st— Last day for delivering Parliamen- 
tary Election Lists to Returning Officers, 
— Assessment Clerks to make out Valua- 
tion Retui-ns. 

THE MOON'S CHANGES. 

Last Quarter 2nd day, 2h. 6Gm. Afternoon. 

New Moon 10th day, 3h. 3-m. Afternoon. 

First Quarter ... 17th day, 4h. 39in. Afternoon. 
Full Moon 24th day, 3h. 41m. Afternoon. 



Day of Week. 



MEMORANDA. 



NATURAL HISTORY NOTES. 



1 


Friday 


2 


Saturday ... 


3 


SUNDAY... 


4 


Monday ... 


5 


Tuesday ... 


6 


Wednesday . 


7 


Thursday ... 


8 


Friday 


9 


Saturday ... 


10 


SUNDAY... 


11 


Monday ... 


12 


Tuesday ... 


13 


Wednesday 


14 


Thursday .. 


15 


Friday 


IG 


Satur<lav .. 


17 


SUNDAY.. 


18 


Monday .. 


19 


Tuesday .. 


20 


Wednesday 


21 


Thursday .. 


22 


Friday 


23 


Saturday .. 


24 


SUNDAY.. 


25 


Monday 


2G 


Tuesday .. 


27 


Wednesday 


28 


Thursday .. 


29 


Friday 


30 


Saturday .. 


31 


Sunday 



1st Sunday in Advent. 
Sun rises, 7.50 ; sets, 3.51. 



2nd Sunday in Advent. 
Sun rises, 7.58 ; sets, 3.49. 



Cambridge Mich, terra ends. 
3rd Sunday in Advent. 
Oxford Mich, term ends. 
Sun rises, 8.5 ; sets, 3.50. 

St.Thomas. Mich, Sittings end 



4tli Sunday in Advent. Che-IS, 
Chkistmas D.\y. [Vac. beg 
Bank and General Holiday. 
Sun iises, 8.8 ; sets, ;^.5.5. 
Innocents Day. 
W. E. Gladstone born, 1809. 

Sunday after Christmas. 



Gray Lapwins, Squalarolahelvettca. 
Depa rts so « tli ira rd. 

Snowlluck. Emheriza nivalis; Ilaw- 
fli'Ch, Friiiffilla coccothraustes ; Sc<.up 
Dui;k, Nvnicamarila ; Sarcelle Duck, 
Clanijulii glacialis; Tutted Duck, 
Fulimda cris'ata; Wilrt Siviin, Cy{i- 
misferus; Lumine, Col.umbji$ arti- 
cus ; •-obbl", Colvmhtts septrn- 
irionalia : Velvpt Dnck, Oiilemia 
fnsca; i;ider Unck.Somateria mallis- 
sima; (ioosauder, Mergus tneri/an- 
ser ; Merganser, Merf/us serrator. 
Arrive on our coasts more or less re- 
oularli/. according to the severity or 
'mildness of the weather. 

Redbreast, Sylvia rubccula; Wren, 
Troglodytes parvulus. Sing in all 
weathers. 



Rates of the Bank of England for the 
years 1878, 1879 andlSBO. 

1878. Dec, L.s'ocd at 5 per cent. 

1879. r)ec. 1.. stood at 3 ,, 

1880. Dec. 1.. stood at 2^ „ 
Dec. 8.. raised to 3 ,, 



Rates of the Bank of France for tho 
years 1878, 1879 and 1880. 

187S. Dec. 1.. stood at 3 percent. 

1879. Dec. 1.. stood at 3 ,, 

1880. Dec. 1.. stood at 3^ „ 



THE COUNTY COMPANIOK. 

Cran^fer Daps;. BibitJfutrs, $cu* 



[1882. 



AT THE BANK OF ENGLAND. 

DAYS OF TRANSFER DIVIDENDS DUK 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday April 5, Oct. 5. 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday April 5, Oct. 5. 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday|April 5, Oct. 5. 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thui-sday, and FridayJan. 5, July 5. 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and FridayJan. 5, July 5- 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thnrsday, and FridayJan. 5, July 5. 



STOCK. 

Bank Stock 

3 per Cent. Eeduced .... 
New 3 per Cent. Annuities 

New 3J pc-r Cent 

2i per Cent 

3 per Cent. Consols ... 

Annuities for 30 years, 1885. (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fnday April 5, Oct. 5. 
Annuities for Terms of yearsjMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday Jan. 5, July 5, 

lApl. 5, Oct. 5. 



India 4 per Cent. Transfer 

Loan Stock 
Bed S 

Dividends 
the 6th 

the di- - . 

Dividends arn payable wlien due. 

India 4 per Cent. Stock 

India Rupee Promissory 

Note Loans 

East India Debentures .... 
India 3j per Cent 



Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday April 25, Oct. '25. 




Ens;landare closed at Ohp o'clock on Satnrdajjs. 



Metropolitan 3i per Cent.. 

Metropolitan 3 per Cent. . 

Liverpool 3| per Cent. . . . 

Birmingham 3| per Cent. . 
Nottingham 3 per Cent. . 

• The Dividends on India Rupee Promissory Note Loans, 
Rezisteved or Enfaced Paper, are payable at various dates. 

Ti-ansfer days for all .5'oe/fs.— Monday, Tuesday, 
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. „ , , ^ » 

Private Transfers may be made on Saturdays before 
One o'clock, on paymerftofa fee of 23. ti(L 

Kxpenses of transfer in Bank Stock for £25 and under, 
9s.: abovbtliatsum,12s. . , =* i 

Powers of Attorney for the sale or transfer of Stock 
must he left at t'.ie Bank, for examination, one day before 
they can be acted upon. , ... ^ ... , t, 

Probates of wills, letters of admmistvaticn, and other 
proofs of decease, must be left at the Bank for Eesis- 
iration, for three days, exclusive of holidays. 

No addition of Stock can be made to any account 
in which the Stockholder, or any one of tho stockiiolders 
in a .ioint account, is deceased. DenthB of stociiholders 
should be proved as soon as practicable. 

Vote at. Meetina of Bank Proprietors.-The previous 
unaltered possession of «5 10 Bank Stock for six months 
clear, entitles a Proprietor to vote. 

DivtDENDS are paid :— 



Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and FridayjApril 5, Oct. 5. 



Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday [Various dates.* 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thui-sday, and Friday Feb. 16, Aug. 16 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thm-sday, and FridayJan. 5, Apl. 5, 

July 5, Oct. 5. 
Jan. 5, Apl. 5, 
July 5, Oct. 5. 
Feb. 1, May 1, 
Aug. 1, Nov.l. 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,' Jan. 1, Apl. 1. 

|july 1, Oct. 1. 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and FridayjJan. 1, July 1. 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and FridayJMay 1, Nor. 



Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thui-sday, and Friday 



I. To the Stockholders personally, or to tlieir attorneys, 
at the Bank of F.nailand. Stockholders may arrange 
for the receipt of their dividends, in person, tree of 
charge, at any of the country branches, on applica- 
tion to the a.gent. 

II. By transmission of the dividend-warrants by post 
at the risk of tho stockholder, under the follov.'ing 
regulations:— 

a. Any stockholder residing within the United Kingdom 
who desires to have his diridend-warrant sent to his 
address by post, must fill up a form of application, to 
he obtained at the Bank or p,t any of its branches. 
(In the case of the English Funds, these forms can 
be obtained at any Money Order O fice.) 

b. In the case ofjoint accounts, the application must be 
signedby all the members of the account, and must 
direct the warrant to be sent to one of them at a 
given address. 

Post dividend-warrants will be crossed " & Co.," and 
will only be payable tlirough a banker. They will b& 
drawn to the order of the stockholder, and must be 
endorsed. 



NATIONAL DEBT OFFICE. 

Life Annuities if transferred between January 5 and April 4, or between July 5 and October 5, payable January B 
Julv 5. If transferred lietween April 5 and July 4, or between October 5 and January 4, payable April 5 anfi 



October o. 'Transferred at the National Debt OHico, Old Jewry 



HOLIDAYS KEPT AT THE BANK, AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS. 
ENGLAND.t 
At the Bank and Exchequee the Holidays are Good Friday; Christmas Day; Easter Monday; 
Whit ilonday • the first Monday in August ; and the 26th December. 
Stock ExcHiSGE— January 1; Good Friday; Easter Monday; May 1; 'Whit Monday ; November 1; 

Custom-house and the Public Dock Companies— Christmas Day and Good Friday; Her Majesty's 
Birthday May 21th; and Coronation, June 28; Prince of Wales' Birthday, November 9. 

Esci'sB'and' Stamp Offices— The Holidays are the same as in th'! Custom*, with the exception of 
Her Maiestv's Coronation, June 28, and November 9, and the addition of Whit Monday and AMiit 
Tuesday. IRELAND.t 

BvNKs Stamp Office, and Custom House— The same as in England. 

SCOTLAND. 

Bank H^i,idats— Ne-w Tear's Day, Good i'riday, Clu-istmas Day, the first Monday m May, and the 

ExcisTaml^STAMP Offices— New Year's Day and Christmas Day (if either of these fall on a Sunday, 
then the day following); Good Friday, Her Majesty's Birthday, the first Monday m May, and the 
first Monda.v in Ausrust. 



* By an arr:u\f;t!meut eltected with the Govern- 
ment in the beginning of the year 1861, it was agreed 
to abolish the pricessof "shutting" preparatory to the 
payment of dividends, and much temporary incon- 
venience has since been avoided, the balance being 
struck on particulirdays,andthestockthenceforward 
being transferred without the dividend. 



The Chancellor of tho E.schequer and the Bank 
Directors, in September, 1h69, agreed tn? t dividend 
warrants, to be transmitted liy post, coalfi be had 
on filling up a special apr>lication to the Chief 
Accountant of the Pank of England. 

•t Bank HoUday Act (34 Vict., c. 17) applies to 
England and Ireland. 



1882.] 



ASSESSED TAXES AND EXCISE LICENCES. 



^si^esi^elr Caxes? antr €xrfee %itmn5. 



INHABITED HOUSE DUTY. 

On every inhabited dwelling-house whicli 
shall be worth the rent of £20 or upwards, by 
the year, viz. : — 

Where occupied by any person in trade, 
with a shop or warehouse on the ground floor 
thereof ; or for the retail of beer, ale, wine, or 
other liquors ; or where occupied by a tenant or 
farm servant for the purposes of husbandry only ; 
for every 20s. of annual value the sum of. . . .6d. 

And where occupied for other purposes, for 
every 20s. of such annual value the sum of 9d. 



Amendment of the Law as to Inhabited 
House Duties (41 & 42 Vict., cap. 15.) 
Section 13 enacts, intei- alia, with respect 
to the duties on inhabited houses for the year 
commencing, as respects England, on the 6th 
April, 1878, and as respects Scotland, on the 25th 
May, 1878, and for any subsequent year, that 
the follo^ving provisions shall have effect : — 

(1.) Where any house, being one property, 
shall be divided into, and let in, different tene- 
ments, and any of such tenements are occupied 
solely for the purposes of any trade or business, 
or of any profession or calling by which the 
occupier seeks a liveUhood or profit, or are un- 
occupied, the person chargeable as occupier of 
the bouse shall be at liberty to give notice in 
writing, at any time during the year of assess- 
ment, to the surveyor of taxes for the parish or 
place in which the house is situate, stating 
therein the facts ; and after the receipt of such 
notice by the surveyor, the Commissioners act- 
ing in the execution of the Acts relating to the 
inhabited house duties shall, upon proof of the 
facts to their satisfaction, grant relief from the 
amount of duty charged in the assessment, so as 
to confine the same to the duty on the value 
according to which the house should, in their 
opinion, have been assessed, if it had been a house 
comprising only the tenements other than such 
as are occupied as aforesaid, or are unoccupied. 
(2.) Every house or tenement which is occu- 
pied solely for the purposes of any trade or 
business, or of any profession or calling by 
which the occupier seeks a livelihood or profit, 
shall be exempted from the duties by the said 
Commissioners upon proof of the facts to their 
satisfaction, and this exemption shall take effect 



although a servant or other person may dwell 
in such house or tenement for the protection 
thereof. 

Further Amendment as to exemption by 44 
Vict.,c. 12., sec. 24, defining the words "servant" 
and " other person," as meaning someone en- 
gaged to dwell in house solely for its protection. 

EXCISE LICENCES (39 Vict., cap. 16, s. 5.> 

For every male servant £0 15 

For every carriage with four or more 

wheels 2 2 

With less, or if four, then under 4 cwt. 15 
For armorial bearings on carriage, &c. 2 2 
If not on carriage 1 1 

A licence to use armorial bearings on car- 
riages includes the use of such insignia in any 
other manner. 

The Commissioners of Inland Revemie do not 
require licences to be faJcen out — 

By any shopkeeper in respect of the use of 
armorial bearings or devices, solely as trade 
marks, and in the course of trade. 



GAME AND GUN. 

If licence or certificate be taken out after 
April 5th and before November 1st, to expire 
on April 5th in the following year £3 

To expire on October 31 in the same year in 
which the licence or certificate shall be taken 
out £2 

If licence or certificate be taken out on or 
after November 1st', to expij-e on April 5th 
following £2 

A licence of 10s. is now charged on every guyi 
(33 & 34 Vict., cap. 57, s. 3, The Gun Licence 
Act, 1870) ; such licences expire on the 31st 
March in every year. Penalty £10, sec. 7 
Persons having Game Licence exemx)t. Ibid, 

DOGS (30 & 31 Vict., cap. 5, & 41 Vict., cap.15)- 
For every dog, of whatever description or 
denomination the same may be, except a 
puppy under the age of six months, and 
hound whelps under the age of twelve months, 
and dogs used by blind pei'sons, and shepherds' 

dogs, an annual licence of 7s. 6d. 

See 42 d- 43 Vict., c. 21, as to proceedings in 
Police Courts to recover i^enalties. 



DIRECTIONS AS TO MAKING OUT EETURN. 

When the return includes establishments kept at more than one place, the several places should 
be specified after the signature. 

Agents or stewards may make this return on behalf of their employers. 

The amoimt of duty for the licences requu-ed must accompany the return. The return and 
duty may be sent to the Collector of Inland Revenue for the collection named on the en- 
dorsement ; but the name of a stamp or post office in the locality is also given where 
licences may be obtained on application. 

Additional licences must be taken out if at any time during the year more servants, carriages, 
itc, are kept than are specified on this return ; or, if a higher rate of duty is incui-red by 
change of carriage, or by placing armorial bearings on a canuage. 

Any change of residence after licences have been taken out for the year should be notified to the 
Inland Revenue Oflice. 

Forms of return may be obtained at any Stamp or Inland Revenue Office. 

N.B.— Licences are not transferable to any person except the widow, executor, administrator, <^r 
assignee in bankruptcy of the person to whom they were granted. 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



DEFINITIONS AND EXEMPTIONS.— Male Skkvants. 



Definitions. 

The terra "male servant" means and in- 
cludes any male servant employed either wholly 
or partially in any of the following capacities, 
viz., maitre-d'hotel, house steward, master of 
the horse, £?room of the chambers, valet de 
chambre, butler, nnder-butler, clerk of the 
Jcitchen, confectioner, cook, house porter, foot- 
man, pajje, waiter, coachman, groom, postillion, 
ftahlc-boy, or helper in the stables, gnrdencr, 
under - gardener, park - keeper, gamekeeper, 
ander-gamekeeper, huntsman, and whipper-in, 
or in any capacity involving the duties of any of 
the above descriptions of servants, by whatever 
ptyle the person acting in such capacity may be 
.-.ailed. 

Boys employed to clean knives, boots, etc., 
fall under the above definition. 

The person furnishing a male servant on hire 
is required to return and pay the duty on such 
servant. 

Note. — The Commissioners of Inland Re- 
venue do not consider licences necessary for 
f.lie following persons : — 

Game wcilcliers who do not carry guns nor 
act as gamekeepers; labourers in gardens doing 
only spade labour, and paid ordinary labourer's 
wages ; farm labourers who attend to horses 
used solely in husbandry ; trade servants and 
shopmen who attend to horses used solely for 
drawing exempt trade carts ; sons while living 
with their parents and not receiving wages ; 



persons who do occasional jobs as gardeners, 
grooms, &c., for various employers; grooms in 
public racing stables, employed solely in taking 
care of race horses. 

E.XEMPTIONS. 

Licences are not required in the folloiuing 
cases: — 

1. By any ofl5cer in Her Majesty's army or 
navy for any servant, being a soldier in the 
army, or a person actually borne upon the book's 
of a shij), and employed by such officer in 
accordance with the regulations of Her Majesty's 
service. 

2. By any hotel-keeper, retailer of intoxicating 
liquor, or refreshment house-keeper, for any 
servants wholly employed-by him for the purpose 
of his business. 

3. By any person licensed by proper autho- 
rity to keep or use any public stage or hackney 
carriage, for any servant necessarily employed 
by him to drive such carriage, or in the care of 
such carriage, or of the horses kept and used by 
him to draw the same. 

4. By any horse dealer, livery stable-keeper, 
or person who keeps horses for hire, or for 
drawing any public stage or hackney carriage, 
for any servant employed by him in his business 
at his trade premises, where such horss dealer 
or other person shall have mafic entry and 
complied with the Act, sec. 28, but duty must be 
paid for every servant employed to drive a 
carriage with any horse let for hire for any 
period exceeding 28 days. 



CARRIAGES. 



Definitions. 

The term "carriage " means andincludes any 
vehicle drawn by a horse or mule, or horses or 
mules, except a waggon, cart, or other vehicle 
used solely for the conveyance of any goods or 
burden in the roiu-?eof trade or husbandry, and 
whereon the Christian name and surname and 
place of abode or place of business of the owner 
or the name or style and principal or only place 
of business of the company or firm owning the 
same shall be visibly and legibly painted in 
letters of not less than one inch in length. 

Every person who shall let any cj-riage for 
hi)-e for a less period than one year shall be 
deemed to be the person keeping such -.lurriage; 
but when the hiring shall be for a year or any 
longer period the hin-r shall be deemed to keep 
the carriage and must take out a licence for it 
in his own name. 

Note. — When a four-wheeled carriage is 
returned as being under 4 cwt., it miisthe under- 
stood that the carriage is weighed complete with 
the shafts or pole, whichever may be the heavier. 
The movable, furniture, such as cushions, drag, 
&c., may be removed. It rests with the owner 
to ascertain the weight, and he will be held 
responsible should the weight be found under- 
stated. 

A two-wheeled break is liable to duty as a car- 



EXEMPTIONS. 



Licences are not required for Farm waggons 
or carts duly inscribed, used on Sunday, 
Christmas Day, Good Fi'iday, or any day of 
Public Fast or Thanksgiving, to take the owner 
or his family to or from any place of Divine 
worship. 

The Commissioners of Inland Revenue do 
not require licences to he tahen out for the 
followin<j vehicles: — 

1. Carriages kept but not used at any time 
withhi the year. 

2. Breaks with foiir wheels and without any 
body, if used solely for breaking in horses. 

3. Piearses, if duly inscribed as required by 
the Act, and not used as, or forming part of, 
mourning coaches. 

4. Mail carts used under contract with the 
Post Otfice, and so made as not to caiTy any 
passenger. 

5. Farm carts lent to carry passengers (not 
the owner or his family) gratuitously on special 
occasions or holidays. 

N.B.— Farm and trade carts, althoneh duly in- 
FCi-ibed, hecome liible to duty i*" 'isct to rar'y the 
owner or any memher of liis timilyat anytirne px- 
ce|it wlien conve\inK sj'iods or biinien, or ^oiii'c for, 
or rotuminf!; from, conveying goods nnd burden in tho 
ordinary course of husbandry or trade. 



riage, also a four-wheeled break if it has a body. 

When any person holding a licence, shall hecome liable to fui-ther duty, by reason of a change 
In the character of any carriage, a proper licence must be taken out within 21 days, and the duty 
already paid in respect of such carriage wiLl then be allowed and repaid. 



1882.] EXCISE LICENCES. — ORIENTAL CALENDARS. — BILLS OF EXCSAKGE. 



AEMOEIAL BEAEINGS. 



Definitioks. 

The term "armorial bearings" means and 
includes any armorial bearing, crest, or ensign 
by whatever name the same shall be called, and 
whether such armorial bearing, crest, or en- 
sign shall be registered in the College of Arms 
or not. 

Any Person who shall keep and use any 
carriage, wliether owned or hired by him, shall 
be deemed to wear and use any armorial bear- 
ings painted or marked thereon or affixed 
thereto. 

Armorial bearings on the Jmrness of carriage 
horses, only make the owner liable to the lower 
rate of duty. 

A licence to use armorial bearings on 
Carriages includes the use of such insignia in 
any otlier manner. 

Note. — If any person holding a licence at 
the lower rate of duty shall become liable to the 
higher rate by reason of using a carriage with 
armorial beai'ings thereon, a proper licence 
mus;t be taken out within 21 days, and the duty 



on the former licence will then be allowed and 
repaid. 

Exemptions. 

The proprietors of public stage or hackney 
carriages, in respect of any armorial bearings 
marked thereon or on the harness used there- 
with. 

The Commissioners of Inland Revenue do 
not require licences to be taken out in the 
following cases: — 

1. By any shopkeeper in respect of the use 
of armorial bearings or devices, solely as trade 
marks, and in the course of trade. 

2. By any municipal or other Corporation, 
or any pubUc company, in respect of the use 
of their corporate armorial bearings, or by any 
persons using the armorial bearings of sucL 
a corporation or company by right of office. 

3. By any officer or member of a club, or 
society, using at the club, or on the business 
of the society, any armorial bearings for the 
use of which such club, or society, have taken 
out a licence. 



PERSONS EXEMPT FROM RETURN AND DUTY. 



1. Members of the Royal Family. 

'2. The sheriff of any county, or the mayor or 
other officer in any corporation or royal burgh, 
serving an annual office therein, in respect of 
any servants or carriages kept by him for the 
purposes of his office during his year of service. 

3. Persons wearing by right of office any of 
the arms or insignia of members of the Royal 
Family, or of any corporation or royal burgh, 
in respect of the use of such arms or insignia. 

4. Any Person ordinarily residing in Ireland, 
and being a representative Peer for Ireland, or 
a member of the House of Commons, and not 



residing in Great Britain longer than during 
the Session of Parliament and forty days before 
and forty days after the Session ; or any person 
ordinarily residing in Ireland, but residing in 
Great Britain by the order of the Lord Lieutenant 
for the time being or of his chief secretary, for 
the purpose of public business, in respect of 
any servants, carriages, or armorial bearings 
employed, kept, or used by him, except in respect 
of any subject matter of Duty which shall be 
employed, kept, or used by such Person in Great 
Britain during his residence in Ireland. 



ORIENTAL CALENDARS. 



China. — The Chinese civil year is lunar, and 
consists of 12 months of 29 and 30 days alter- 
nately. In every three years a thirteenth month 
is added, to accommodate the variations of the 
solar and lunar years. But this is not entirely 
effected by such an arrangement, consequently 
the Chinese have a cycle of GO years, in which 
period 22 intercalary months occur. 

Japan. — As in China, the Almanack is one of 
the most important works published in Japan. 
The year is divided into 12 months, correspond- 
ing to the twelve signs of the Zodiac. The 
months, however, vary in length, and are regu- 
lated by the Religious Emperor. 



Hindu. — Li this Calendar the lunar-solar year 
is employed for the regulation of festivals and 
domestic arrangements. The year commences 
at the instant of the conjunction of the sun and 
moon in the sidereal month Chaitra. Themonth 
consists of 30 Tithis, or lunar days, and is 
divided into two equal parts of 15 Tithis each, 
corresponding with the increase and decrease of 
the moon in regard to its brightness ; but in 
different parts of India variations of this method 
occur, to make up deficiencies, &c., that arise in 
the annual or successive annual Calendar in 
regard to intercalary davs. 



BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND PROMISSORY NOTES. 



Days of Grace. — Bills of Exchange or 
Promissory Notes payable at any time after 
date have three Days of Grace allowed : thus, a 
bill dated 1st January, at two months' date is not 



payable tUl March 4th ; but by Statute no Days 
of Grace are allowed on BUls drawn at sight, or 
on demand, which must, therefore be paid on 
presentation. 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



SITTINGS OF THE ENGLISH SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. 



Trinity Sittings begin Tuesday after ^Vliitsun 

week, end 8th August. 
Michaelmas Sittings begin 2nd November, end 

21st December. 



Hilary Sittings begin 11 Jan., end Wednesday 

before Easter. 
Easter Sittings begin Tuesday after Easter 

week, end on Friday before Whit-Sunday. 

See Sections 2G-30 of Judicature Act, 1873, and Order 61, Rule 1. of "The llulesof the Supreme Court." This order and 
Section 2<; of the said Act r<inrtcr inoperative llie provisions of Sec. C of 11 Geo. IV., uml 1 Wm. IV. c. it), as to sus- 
pendinK the sittings when Kaster fell in term timo. The days of the commencement and tormination of each sittmgs 
.ind vacation shall be included in sucli sittings and vacation respectively. See Order 61, Kule 3 of 
Supreme Court." 



• The Kulcs u£ the 



VACATIONS OF THE ENGLISH SUPREME COURT OP JUDICATURE. 

Long Vacation begins lUth August, ends 24th j Easter Vacation begins Good Friday, ends 
October. Easter Tuesday. 

Christmas Vacation begins 24th December, ' Whitsun Vacation begins Saturday before Whit- 
ends 6th January. | Sunday, ends Whit-Tuesday. 
See Order 01, Eulcs 2 & 3, referred to above. 

QUARTER SESSIONS. 

To be held in the first week after 31st March ; 24th June ; 11th October, and 28th December.. 
See 11 Geo. IV. and 1 WM. IV., c. 7'J, sec. 36. and see 4 and 5 Wm. IV., cap. 17, as to time for holding Spring 
Sessions, namely, not before 7th March, nor alter 22nd April in any year. 



QUARTER DAYS. 

In England. — Lady Day (25 March); Midsummer (24 June) ; Michaelmas (29 September) 
Christmas (25 December). In Scotland.— CxnA\em.&%['-2 February); Whit-Sunday (fixed, not moveable, 
15 May) ; Lammas (1 August) ; Martinmas (11 November). 



OXFORD. 

Begins 

Lent Jan. 14 

Easter Aprill2 

Trinity May 27 

Michaelmas Oct. 10 

The Act, July i. 



UNIVERSITY TERMS. 



Begins 
Jan. 13 

April 14 



Ends 


April 


1 


Mav 


2(5 ! 


July 


S t 


Dec. 


18 1 



Oct. 



CAMBRIDGE. 

Divides 

Feb. 20 iMidnt.) 
May 19 (Noon.) 

Nov. 8 (Noon.) 



Ends 
Mar. 31 
June 2S 

Dec. 16 



The Commencement, June 20. 



METEOROLOGICAL TABLE. 

Showing what kind of weather will, most probably, follow the ^Moon's entrance into any of her guariers 











Weather likely to follow during the Quarter. 


Time of New or 


Full Moon, or of entering 
or Last Quarter. 






the First 














In Summer. 


In Winter. 


12 at Noon 


to 


„ 


Afternoon. 


Very Rainv 


Snow or Rain 


2 Afternoon 


to 


i. 


J 


Changeable 


Fair and Mild 


4 ,, 


to 


i\ 




Fair 


Fair 






10 




/Fair, if Wind N. W. 
1 Kainy, if S. or S. W. 


Fair, Frosts, if N. or N.F. 






»' 


Rain or Snow, if S. or S.W. 


10 ,, 


to 


33 


Midnight. 


Fair 


Fair and Frostv 


12 Midnight 


to 


2 


Morning. 


Fair 


Hard Frost, unless S. or W. 


2 Morning 


to 


4 


,, 


Cold, with Showers 


Snow and Stormy 


4 ,, 


to 


fi 




Rain 


Ditto 


6 „ 


to 


rt 




Wind and Rain 


Stormy 


8 


to 


10 


,, 


Changeable 


("Cold Rain, if Wind W. 
(.Snow, if E. 


10 „ 


to 


12 


Noon. 


Frequent Showers 


Cold, with high Wind 



The nearer the time of the Moon's entrance, at full, change, and quarters, is to midnight, or within 
two hours before and after midnight, the fairer the weather will be in Summer ; but the nearer to noon, 
the less fair. Also the Moon's entrance, at full, change, and quarters, during six of the afternoon 
hours, namely from four to ten, may be followed by fair weather; iiut this is mostly dependent 
upon the wind. The same entrance, during all hours after midnight, is, with the Oiception of the tw© 
first, unfavourable to fair weather. The same may be obi-erved in winter. 



1882.] PROPERTY AND INCOME TAX TABLES. 

TABLE 

Showing the Different Rates of Froperii/ and Income Tin 
FOR THE LAST 23 YEARS. 



Daly 



Xature op 

Property 

Chargeable 

WITH Duty. 


6 

o 
> 

8 
1 

00 

d. 
9 

4J 

9 

9 

9 


•* 
\ 

> 

m 

CJ 

CO 

d. 
10 

5 

10 

10 

10 


o 

o 
> 


O 

o 

> 

CO 


CO 

6 
o 

00 

T 
i 

00 


CO 

1 

00 

d. 

4, 

2 

. 
4 

4 


c5« 

^ d 

o - 

o 

CO 


•j. 
"S 

>^ 

00 

"§" 
1 

2 

d. 
6 

3 

6 

■6 

6 


>! 

00 

<*3 

JN 

1 

CO 

5 

5 
5 
5 


TO 

6 

_ o 

>^ 

CO 

<^ 

CO 


CO 

u 

00 

d. 
6 

3 

6 

6 

6 


c5 

o 
> 

CO 

«> 

J, 

00 

d. 

4 
2 
4 
4 
4 


00 

a 

> 

CO 
CO 


o 

o 

t> 

00 
CO 

CO 

■a 

i 


CJ 

> 
§ 

J> 

oo 

d. 
2 

H 

2 

2 

2 


co' 
cj 
o 

t? 

a 

CO 

T 

CO 
00 

d. 
3 

14 

3 

3 

3 


6 
1 


c5 
o 

>: 

a> 
1 

1 

(J. 
5 

2^ 

o 

5 

5 


CO 

o 
(> 

1 

i 

cZ. 
5 

2i 

5 

5 

5 


T 

1 

d. 
6 

3 

6 

6 

6 


cj 
o 




CO i -< 

k k 

OD GO 

rH i-t 


00 


i 

00 

d. 
■i 

2 
4 
4 
4 


2 
3 

li 

3 

3 

3 


OO 


I 

00 


CHEDULE A 

(Owners of Land, 
4-c., ^c.) 

CHEDULE B 

(Occupiers of, <^c. 
Land, <^c.) 

CnEDULE C 

{Public Annuities, 
Ilividends, ^c.) 

CHEDULE D 

(Incomes, Pro- 
fessions, Trades, 
4c.) 

CHEDULE E 

[Pensions, Stipends, 
Fees and Profit 
nrisingfrom any 
Public Offices or 
Hiftployrnent.) 


d. 
9 

^ 

9 

9 
9 


d. 
7 

H 
7 
7 
7 


(2. 
6 

3 

6 

6 

6 


d. 

2i 
5 
5 

5 


d. 
2 

1 

2 

2 
2 


d. 
3 

H 

3 

3 

3 


d. 

5 
2^ 
6 
6 
5 



Between £150 and £400 tax payable at the above rates on the income less £120. 
Exemption where income under £150. 



TABLE OF PROPERTY AND INCOME TAX 

Calculated accordinrj to Different Rates if Duty. 



Incomes. 


•Duty, 


lid. 


Duty, 3id. 


Duty, 


U. 


Incomes. 


*Dnty,2i(i. 


Duty, 34<?. 


Duty, 7i?. 


£ 


£ 


f 


(1 


p. 


«. a. 


£ ». 


d. 


£ 


£ 


s. 


d. 


£ .<-. 


d. 


£ 


«. rf. 


1 








?i 





'Al 





7 1 


36 





7 


6 


10 


(i 


1 


1 


3 








7i 





10^ 

1 5| 


1 


f* i 


33 





7 


11 


11 


1 


1 




5 





1 


0* 





2 


n 


39 





8 


4 


11 


4i 


1 


2 !» 


7 





1 


4 





2 OJ 


4 


] 


40 





8 


4 


, ir 


8 


1 


3 4 


S 





1 





2 7| 


5 


3 


41 





8 


H 


11 


114 


1 


3 11 


10 





?. 


1 





2 11 


5 


10 


42 





8 


9 


12 


3 


1 


4 6 


12 





?, 


6 





3 6 


,7 





44 





9 


2 


12 


10 


1 


5 8 


15 





3 


u 





4 4^ 


8 


9 


45 





9 


44 


13 


^4 


1 


6 3 


16 





3 


4 





4 8 


9 


4 


46 





9 


7 


13 


6 


1 


6 10 


18 





3 


9 





3 3 


10 


6 ! 


48 





10 





14 





1 


8 


20 





4 


?, 





5 10 


11 


8 ' 


49 





1» 


24 


14 


34 


1 


8 7 


22 





4 


7 





6 5 


12 


10 


.50 





10 


5 


14 


7 


1 


& 3 


24 





5 








7 


14 





100 


1 





10 


1 9 


2 


2 


18 4 


26 





,5 


5 





7 7 


15 


2 ! 


200 


2 


1 


8 


2 18 


4 


6 


16 8 


28 





.5 


10 





8 2 


16 


4 ! 


400 


4 


3 


4 


5 16 


8 


11 


13 4 


30 





6 


3 





8 9 


17 


6 


500 


5 


4 


2 


7 5 


10 


14 


11 8 


31 





6 


fi^ 





9 Oh 


13 


1 


600 


6 


5 





8 15 





1'/ 


10 


32 





6 


8 





9 4 


18 


8 


800 


8 


6 


8 


11 13 


4 


29 


6 8 


34 





7 


1 





9 11 


19 


10 


900 


9 


7 


6 


13 2 


6 


26 


5 



* Double the amounts in column "Duty •i\d.," gives the amount at 5<f. in the £1 granted by 
32 & 33 Vict., C..15. 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



CRICKET! FOOTBALL! LAWN TENNIS! 

TRADE MARK 





Mi 



J. L.F.&.CS. 

FIRST PRIZE MEDAL 

(highest Award obtr.innl)le) 

;lbourne exhibition, 1880-81. 




JAMES LILLYWHITE, FROWD & Co., 

-Bona fide Maunfactiirers and Onttittorsof all Articles ixsed in tlie above and otlier Athletic Sports, have 

jdwuys on hand a large and well selected stock, and are prepareil to execute all orders at brief notice. 

J. L. F. & Co.'s Superior Cane-handled Bats from 12 6 to 21/- each. 

Superior Treble Seam and Cat-gut Sewn Match Balls. 

Revolving Top and other Stumps, Leg Guards, Gloves, &c., &c. ' 

Lawn Tennis Sets, complete, 42/-, 63/-, 84 -, 105/- and 126 -. 

Superior Club Pattern Lawn Tennis Bats, 10/6 to 18,6 each. 

Lawn Tennis Balls, plain and covered, in great variety. 

Rugby and Association Match Footballs, the most perfect for shape and durability, 

each 10/6 and 12 6. 



ILIUSTRATED PRICE LISTSIORWARDED POS T FREE ON APPLICATION. 

Warehouses, 4 & 6, NEWINGTON CAUSEWAY, 

Manufactory, 73 & 74, BOROUGH ROAD, LONDON, S.E. 

West End Branch, 18, COCKSPUR STREET, S.W. 



Not, 



Tlif I'lihlic arc ''aiittoiied ni/ahist 



n-fcUs-. 



SHERWOOD & YERNEZ, 

PROVISION STORES, 
45, LUDGATE H!LL, LONDON, E.G. 

(Near the London, Chatham and Dover Eaihvay Station). 



STILTO]^ CHEESE 
GOR&OIZOLA CHEESE 
EOQTJEEORT CHEESE 
CHEDME CHEESE 
CHESHIRE CHEESE 



YOEK HAMS 

WILTSHIRE BREAKFAST BACOI 

BATH CHAPS 

OX TOI^&UES 

PRESERYED MEATS &Sls) 



AMERICAI CHEESE 
FINEST DORSET AND AYLESBURY FRESH BUTTER. 



COUNTRY ORDERS CAREFULLY PACKED AND FORWARDED 

WITH DISPATCH. 



Post Office Orders payable Ludgate Circus. Bankers — Union Bank of London. 
TRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST of the LORDS LIEUTENANT, 
MAGISTRATES, COMMISSIONERS OF LIEUTENANCY, 
and DEPUTY LIEUTENANTS of the Counties of England 
and Wales ; the Liberties of the Isle of Ely, Cinque 
Ports, Peterborough, Ripon, and Tower Hamlets, and 
the Counties of the City of London and Town of 
Haverfordwest. 



•»* The Counties of the City of London and Town of Haverfordwest, and the Liberty of the Tower 
Hamlets, are the only jui-isdictions with a Lieutenancy distinct from the County in which they are locally 
situated. 



taw Those noblemen and gentlemen who are Magistrates and Deputy Lieutenants are indicated by 
the County or Jurisdiction being printed in small capitals, thus— Beds ; those who are Magistrutos only 
of the County or Joirisdiction being printed in ordinary type, thus— Beds ; those who are Commissiouera 
of Lieutenancy (in London only) and Deputy Lieutenants only, by the County or Jurisdiction being printed 
in italic, thus— -Beds. It is possible that owing to the similarity of names unnecessary duplicaiiou mil 
be observed in some instances. Corrections will be thankfully received. 



Titular designations are restricted in this list to noblemen, sons of noljlemen, baronets, knights. 
and cleroymen. To find the full description and address of any name herein, it is only necessary to tura 
to the List of Magistrates under the heading of the county or jui-isdiction indicated. 



ABBISS, J., Middlesex, London. 
ABBISS, Rev. J., Middlesex. 
ABBS, H. C, Durham. 
ABDY, J. T., Essex, Hertford. 
ABDY, Bt., Sir W. N., Essex. 
ABERDARE, Lord, GLAMORGAy. 
ABERGAVENNY, Marquis of, 

Kent, Monmouth, Sussex— E.D. 
ABINGDON, Earl of, Berks. 
ABINGDON, Earl of, Oxfobd 

{Ld. Lt.) 
ABINGER, Lord, Surrey. 
ABRAHAM, T., Somerset. 
ABRAHAM, Rev. T. E., Suffolk 

— W. D. 
ACKLAND, R. D., Pembroke, 

Haverfordwest. 
ACKROYD, W., York— "W. R. 
ACLAND, 0. T. D., Devon, 

Somerset. 
ACLAND, Bt., Sir T. D., Devok, 
A'COURT, Hon. W. L., Wilts. 

Somerset. 
ACTON, A. W., Hekefoed, 

Somerset. 
ACTON, E. F., SAtop, Stafford. 
ACTON, E. W. F., Salop. 
ACTON, Lord, Salop. 
ACTON, W. R., Worcester. 
ACWORTH, N. B., Hertford, Mid- 

ADAIR,' A. S., Hertford, Mid- 
dlesex. 

ADAIR, A. W., Devon. Somerset. 

ADAIR. G. W., Sussex— E. D. 

ADAIR, H. E., Suffolk- E. D. 

ADAM, A. M., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Holland and Lindsey. 

ADAMS, B. H., Middlesex. 

ADAMS, G. C, Warwick. 

ADAMS, H. A., Essex. 



ADAMS, J., York— W. R. 

ADAMS, J. H., Stafford. 

ADAMS, J. T., Essex. 

ADAMS, M. W., Kent. 

ADAMS, W., Stafford. 

ADAMS, W. H., Montgomery. 

ADAMSON, D., Chester. 

ADAMSON, L. W., Durham, 
Northumberland. 

ADAMSON, W. R., Sussex— E. D. 

ADDERLEY, Hon. H. A., 
Warwick. 

ADDERLEY, Hon. C. L., Rutland, 
Wabwick. 

ADDINGTON, Hon. G. P. B., 
Devon. 

ADDINGTON, Hon. L. A., Devon. 

ADDISON, J. (Bank House), Cum- 
berland. 

ADDISON, J. (Maryport). Cum- 
berland. 

ADEANE, Capt. E. S., Cambs. 

ADKINS, F., Worcester. 

ADKINS, G. C, Stafford,Worces- 

ADkInS, H., Stafford. 

ADLAM, W., Somerset. 

ADDINGTON, H. S., Norfolk. 

ADYE, Rev. F. W., Beds. 

ADYE, Rev. F. W., Hertford. 

AFFLECK, Bt., Sir R., Suffolk 
— W. D. 

AGAR, W. T., Sussex— W. D. 

AGG, W., Gloucester. 

AGNEW, W., Lancaster. 
I AIKEN, T., Lancaster. 

AIKMAN, H. H. R., Leicester. 
I AILESBURY, Marquis of, Mid- 
dlesex, Wilts, York — N. R. 

AINGER, DD., Rev. G. H., Cum- 
I borland. 



AINSLIF;, A., Lancaster. 

AINSLIE, M. M., Lancaster. 

AINSLIE, M., Lancaster. 

AINSLIE, W. G., Lancaster. 

AINSWURTH, D., Cumberland 
Lancaster. 

AINSWORTH, D., Lancaster. 

AIXSWORTH, R. H.. Lancaster. 

AINSWORTH, J. S.,Cumberland. 

AITKEN, J., Lancaster. 

AKENHEAD, R., York— N. R. 

AKROYD, E., York— W. R. 

AKROYI), H., Nottingham. 

ALBEMARLE, Earl of, Norfolk. 

ALDAM, W., York— W. R. 

ALDERSON, E. P., Stafford. 

ALDRED, C. C, Suffolk— E. D. 

ALDRIDGE, J., Sussex— W. D. 

ALDRIDGK, M. D., Stafford. 

ALEXANDER, G., Wiltjj. 

ALEXANDER, Rev. G. E., Here- 
ford. 

ALEXANDER, H. B., Surrey. 

ALEXANDER, R., Kent. 

ALEXANDER, W., Y^ork— W. R. 

ALEXANDER, W. D., Kent, Mid- 
dlesex, Tiiirer Mnmleis. 

ALEXANDER, W. L., Cumber- 
land. 

ALINGTON, Rev. C. A., Lincoln 
— Pts. of Lind. 

ALINGTON, G. M., Lincol:^— 
Pts. of Lind. 

ALINGTON, Rev. J., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Lind. 

ALINGTON, Lord, Dorset. 

ALLAN, G., Durham. 

ALLCROFT. J. D., London, Salop. 

ALLEN, B. H., Hereford, Sta.p- 
POBD, Brecknock. 

ALLEN, C., Pembroke. 

D 



xzz 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



ALLEN.VervRev.nGan.PembrOke. 
ALLEN, C. H., Pembroke. 
ALLEN, C. J. W., Somerset. 
ALLEN, E., Devon. 
ALLEN, G. B., Pembroke, Havek- 

FOBDWKST. 

ALLEN, H. G., Carmarthen. 
ALLEN, H. S., Pembkoke. 
ALLEN, J., Chester. 
ALLEN, J. C, Somerset. 
ALLEN, J. J., Somerset. 
ALLEN, L. B., Essex. 
ALLEN, R. S., SoMEKSET. 
ALLEN, T., Devon. 
ALLEN, T., Glamorgan. 
ALLEN, T. N., Bucks. 
ALLEN, Rev. W. J., Somerset. 
ALLEN, W. S., ST.\.rFOBD. 
ALLENBY. H. C. H., Lincohi— 

Pts. of Lind. 
ALLENBY, S., Lmcobi— Pts. of 

Lind. 
ALLEYNE, Bt., Sir J., Derby. 
ALLFREY, G. H., Berks. 
ALLFREY, W. H., Warwick. 
ALLGOOD, L. J. H., NoRTHni- 

BERLAND. 

ALLHUSBN, C, Dm-ham. 
ALLINGTON, J., Beds., Hunts. 
ALLISON, J. J., DuHmsi. 
ALLISON, W. H., Durham. 
ALLISON, R. A.. Cumberland. 
ALLISTON, C, London, Warwick. 
ALLIX, C. P., Cambs. 
ALLIX, F. W., LiNCOLir— Pts. of 

Kest. 
ALLOTT, Rev. J., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Lind. 
ALLOTT, J. G., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lind. 
ALLPORT, J. .!., Derby. 
ALLSOPP, Bt., Sir JH., Derby, 

Staffobd, Woecestek. 
ALLSOPP, S. C, Derbv, Stafford. 
ALMACK, H. H., Suffolk— W. D. 
ALSTON, C, Beds. 
ALSTON, P. B., Middlesex. 
ALSTON, W. C, Warwick. 
ALTHAM, W. S.. Somerset. 
AMCOTTS, W., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lind. 
AMERY, P. F. S., Devon. 
.\MES, E. L., Devon. 
AMES, F., Worcester 
AMES-LYDE, L. N. F., Hertford, 

Norfolk. 
AMHERST, Earl, Kent. 
AMHERST, W. A. T., Middlesex, 

Norfolk. 
AMIEL, F. J. T., Monmouth. 
AMORY^ Bt., Sir J. H., Devon. 
AMOS, J. C, London. 
AMPHLETT, Rev. J., Worcester. 
AMPHLETT, Rev. M., Worcester. 
AMPHLETT, Rt. Hon. Sir R. P., 

WORCE.STER. 

ANCRUM, W. R., Gloucester. 

ANDERSON. Bt., Sir C. H. J., 
Lincoln — Pts. of Lindsay, York 
— W. R. 

ANDERSON, C. W., Dm-ham. 

ANDERSON, G., Northumber- 
land. 

ANDERSON, iim., J., London. 

ANDERSON. W., Kent. 

ANDERTON, W., York— W. R. 

ANDERSON, W. A., Middlesex. 

ANDERTON, W. F., Lancaster. 

ANDREW, C, Warwick, Wor- 

CGStPT. 

ANDREWS, Rpv. S. W., Lincoln 
—Pts. of Lind. 



ANGERSTEIN, W., Kent, Nor- 
folk, Suffolk. 

ANGERSTEIN, W. J., Kent. 

ANGERSTEIN, W. J. N., Norfolk. 

ANGLESEY, Marquis cf, Angle- 
set 

ANNE, G., Y'ork— W. R. 

ANNESLEY, A. L., Worcester. 

ANNESLEY, Hon. A. S. A., Mid- 

ANSBLL, C, Merioneth. 
ANSON, Viscount, Stafford. 
ANSTICE, ,T. A., Salop. 
ANSTRUTHER, J. H. L., Suf- 
folk — E. D. 
ANSTRUTHER, E.H.L., Suffolk 

ANTROBUS, Bt., Sir E., SuiTey, 
Wilts. 

ANTROBUS, Rev. E., Northum- 
Ijerland. 

ANTROBUS, E. E., Middlesex, 
Toicer Hamlets. 

ANTROBUS, J., Chester. 

APPACH, R., Kent. 

APPLETHWAITE, E. A., Norfolk. 

APTHORP. Rev. W. H., Bucks. 

ARBUTHNOT. A., Northampton. 

ARBUTHNOT; C. H. v., North- 
ampton. 

ARBUTHNOT, G., Herefokd, 
Surrey. 

ARBUTHNOT, H. G., London. 

ARBUTHNOT, W., Berks. 

ARCHDALE, F., Hertford. 

ARCHDALL, A. M., Hereford. 

ARCHER, C. G., Cornwall. 

ARCHER, Rev. C. G., Suffolk— 
E. D. 

ARCHER, D., Wilts. 

ARCHER, Jan.. D., Wilts. 

ARCHER, E., Cornwall. 

ARCHER-BURTON, B., Middle- 
sex. 

ARCHER-HIND, T. H., North- 
umberland. 

ARDEN, R. E., Middlesex, Pem- 
broke. 

ARGLES, F. A., Westmoreland. 

ARKCOLL, T., Sussex— E. D. 

ARKWRI(4HT, A., Derby. 

ARKWRIGHT, A. 0., Salop. 

ARK WRIGHT, A. P., Derby. 

AHKWRIGHT, A. W., Leicester. 

ARKWRIGHT, F., Derby, York 
— N. R. 

ARKWRIGHT, F. C, Derby. 

ARKWRKiHT, F. W., Warwick. 

ARKWRIGHT, J. H., Hereford. 

ARKWRKiHT, J. T., Warwick. 

ARKWRKiHT, L. W., Essex. 

ARKWRKIHT, R. W., Norfolk. 

ARKWRIGHT, W. H., Leicester. 

ARMITAGE, A., Hereford. 

ARMITAGE, J. A., York— W. R. 

ARMITAGE, W., Chester. 

ARMSTRONG, Sir A., Middlesex. 

ARMSTRONG, W., Cumberland. 

ARMSTRONG, Sir W. G., North- 
umlierlaud. 

ARMYTAGE, G., Tork—W. S. 

ARMYTAGE, Bt., Sir G., York— 
W. R. 

ARNaND, H. B., Bucks. 

ARNOLD, A. W., Middlesex. 

ARNOLD, W., Devon. 

ARTHUR, T., Leicester, North- 
ampton. 

ARTINGSTALL, G., Lancaster. 

ARTOSH. Rev. .!., Cumberland 

ARUNDKLL OF WARDOUR, 
Lord, Middlesex, Wilis. 



ASHBURNAM, Hon. T., Mid- 
dlesex. 

ASHBURNHAM, Bt., Sir A., 
Sussex — E. D. 

ASHBURNHAM, Earl of, Breck- 
nock. 

ASHBURNHAM, Viscount, Breck- 
nock. 

ASHBURTON, Lord, Norfolk 

ASHBURY, J., Sussex. 

ASHBY', E. E., London. 

ASHBY', G. A., Northampton. 

ASHBY, G. H., Leicester. 

ASHLEY, Hon. A. C, Dorset. 

ASHLEY, Hon. E., Dorset. 

ASHLEY, Lord, Dorset, Middle- 
sex, Southampton, Wilts. 

ASHLIN, S. (;., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Lind. 

ASHTON, B., Chester. 

ASHTON, C, Hertford, Leicester. 

ASHTON, C. J., Stafford. 

ASHTON, F., Lancaster, Mid- 
cIIgsgx, 

ASHTON, J. H., Hereford, Lan- 
caster. 

ASHTON, R. H., Derby. 

ASHTON, R. S., Lancaster. 

ASHTON, T., Chester, Lancastek. 

ASHURST, J. H., Bucks., Oxford. 

ASHURST, W. J., Oxford. 

ASHWIN, M., Monmouth, Breck- 
nock. 

ASHWIN, W. H., Gloucester, 
Worcester. 

ASHWORTH, C. E., Lancaster. 

ASHWORTH, Capt., Brecknock. 

ASHWORTH, E. (Bolton), Lan- 
caster. 

ASHWORTH, E. (Manchester) 
Lancaster. 

ASHWORTH, E. L., Denbigh. 

ASHWORTH, G. B., Lancaster. 

ASHWORTH, Rev. J. H., South- 
ampton. 

ASKE, Rev. R. M., Wilts. 

ASKEW, H. W., Lancaster. 

ASKEW, W., Northumberland. 

ASKEW, W.H., Cumberland. 

ASPINALL, R. A., Lancaster 
Middlesex. 

ASPINALL, R. J., Lancaster, 
York— W. R. 

ASSHETON, R., LANCASTER,York 
— W. R. 

ASTELL, C. E., Dorset. 

ASTELL, J. H., Beds., Cambs., 
Hunts., London. 

ASTLEY, B. F., Bucks. 

ASTLEY, Rev. B. B. G., Leicester. 

ASTLEY, E. F., Kent. 

ASTLEY, H. F. L., Wilts. 

ASTLEY, Bt., Su-J.D., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Lind. 

ASTLEY, J. D., Wilts. 

ASTLEY", J. N. F., Warwick. 

ASTON, J., Warwick. 

ATCHERLEY, D. F.. Salop, Flint. 

ATHAWES, E. J. (Stipendiary), 
Chatham, Jcc. 

ATHERLEY, F. H., Southampton. 

ATHERLEY, G., Southampton. 

ATKINS, S. E., London. 

ATKINSON, H. J., Middlesex 

ATKINSON, J., Chester. 

ATKINSON, .1., Westmoreland. 

ATKINSON, L. W., Northumber- 
land. 

ATKINSON, R., Northumberland. 

ATKINSON, W., Chester, Lan- 
caster. 

ATTnVOOD, Rev. G., Suffolk— E. D. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, (fec. 



ATTWOOD - MATHEWS, B. St. 

J., Stafford. 
ATTYE, F. L. O., Warwick. 
AUCKLAND, Lord, York— W. E. 
AUSTEN, H. E., Sussex— W. D. 
AUSTEN, J. F., Kent. 
AUSTIN, A., Hereford. 
AUSTIN, C. Suifnik— E. D. 
AUSTIN, H. G., Kent. 
AUSTIN, J., York— W. R. 
AVELAND, Lord, Lincoln— Pts. 

of Kest., EUTLA-ND. 

AVELING, J. T., Isle of Ely— 
Camb. 

AVEEILIi, I., Gloucester, Wor- 
cester. 

AVERY. T., Warwick, Worcester. 

AWDEY, Rev. W. H., AVilts. 

AYLESFOED, Earl of, Warwick. 

AYLMBR, G. P. V., Durham 

AYNSLEY, Eev. J. C. M., Here- 

POED. 

AYRTON, Rt. Hon. A. S., Middle- 
sex 
AYRTON, W. S., York— N. R. 



BABE, Rev. G., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lind. 
BABINGTON, F. E., Suffolk— 

BACKHOUSE, C. J., Durham 

BACKHOUSE, E., Durham, York 
— N. R. 

BACKHOUSE, J. E., York— N. R. 

BACON, E., Hereford. 

BACON, Bt., Sir H. B., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Lin. 

BADCOCK, H., Somerset 

BADCOCK, H. J., Somerset. 

BAGGALLAY, J., London. 

BAGGALLAY, Rt. Hon. Sir R., 
Hereford, Surrey. 

BAGGE, Bt.. Sir A. T., Norfolk. 

BAGGE, R., Norfolk. 

BAGGE, T. E., Norfolk. 

BAGNALL, C, York— N. E. 

BAGNALL, J. N., Stafford. 

BAGNALL, J. W., Stafford. 

BAGNALL, T., Beds. 

BAGNALL, T., Hertford, Middle- 
sex, Stafford. 

BAGOT. A., York— W.E. 

BAGOT, A. C, Stafford. 

BAGOT, Hon. W., Stafford. 

BAGOT, Lord, Derby, Stafford. 

BAGSHAWE, F. W., Derby, York 
— W. E. 

BAGSHAWE, W. H. G., Derby. 

BAILEY, C, Monmouth, Breck- 
nock. 

BAILEY, C. P., Devon. 

BAILEY, H.. Brrrkuock. 

BAILEY, H. J., Hereford. 

BAILEY, Bt., Sir J. R., Breck- 
nock (Ld. Lt.). 

BAILEY, Bt., Sir R., Hereford. 

BAILLIE, G. C, Hants. 

BAILLIE, J. W., Leicester. 

BAILWARD, T. H. M., Somerset. 

BAIN, D. W., Cornwall. 

BAIN, J., Cumberland. 

BAIN, J. D., Cumberland. 

BAIN, J. R., Cumberland. 
BAINES, C. A., Forjfc— W. R. 
BAINES, Sir E., York— W. R. 
BAINES, Rev. E., Hunts. 
BAINES, L. T., Lancaster, Not- 

tinurham, York- W. R. 
BAKER, C. J., London. 
BAKER, G. E. L., Gloucester. 



BAKEE, H. O. Le, Gloucester. 
BAKER, J., Essex. 
BAKER, J. G., Gloucester. 
BAKER, Rev. R. L., Oxford. 
BAKER, B. S., Norfolk. 
BAKER, S., Salop, Worcester. 
BAKER, Sir S., Gloucester. 
BAKER, T. B. L., Gloucester 
BAKER, W. C, Hertford. 
BAKER, Sii- W. E., Somerset. 
BAKER, W. M., Gloucester. 
BAKER, W. E., Hertford, Somer- 

BALDWIN, A., Worcester. 

BALDWIN, Rev. C, Northumber- 
land. 

BALDWIN, Eev. T. E., Lancaster 

BALDWIN, W. J. A., Lancaster. 

BALDWYN-CHILDE, Rev. E. G., 
Salop, Worcester. 

BALFOUR, J. S., Surrey. 

BALFOUR, A., Denbigh. 

BALGUY, J., Derby, Kent. 

BALL, A., Lincobi— Pts. of HoU. 

BALLANTINE, W., Tower Ham- 
lets. 

BALLAED, J. S., Glamorgan. 

BALLS, C, Cambs. 

BALME, E. B. W., Westmore- 
land, York — W.R. 

BALSTON, W., Kent. 

BANKES, H. N., Dorset. 

BANKES, J. E., Flint. 

BANKES, J. S., Dorset. 

BANKES, J. S., Flint. 

BANKES, M., Lancaster. 

BANKES, W., Chester. 

BANKES, W. A., Dorset. 

BANKES, W. R., Dorset. 

BANKS, E. H., Cumberland. 

BANKS, E. R. R. G., Kent. 

BANKS, H. P., Cumberland 

BANKS, R.W., Hereford, Radnor. 

BANKS, Rev. S., I. of Ely. 

BANKS, W. .1., Kent. 

BANKS, W. L., Badnor. 

BANNERMAN, H. C, Kent. 

BANNERMAN, J. M., Heeeford, 
Monmouth. 

BARBER, H., Carnai-von. 

BARBOUR, G. Chester. 

BARBOUR, R.. Chester. 

BARCHARD, F., Sussex— E. D. 

BARCLAY, D., Sussex— E. D. 

BARCLAY, H. F., Essex. 

BARCLAY', E., Hertford. 

BAECLAY, T. G., Hertford. 

BAEDWELL,T.N.F., York— E. R. 

BARING. C, Hants. 

BARING, Viscount, Hants. 

BARING, E. C, Surrey. 

BARING, J., Sussex— W.D. 

BARING, T., London. 

BARING, T. C, Essex. 

BARING, W., Hants. 

BARKER, Rev. A. H., Hertford. 

BARKER, F. H., Denbigh. 

BARKER, G., Norfolk. 

BARKER, G. J., Stafford. 

BARKER, J., Cumberland. 

BARKER, J., York— W. R. 

BARKER, .T. B. K., Gloucester. 

BARKER, P. F. R., Gloucester. 

BAEKEE, T., Stafford. 

BARKLRY, H. C, Gloucester. 

BARKWORTH. T., Glamorgan. 

BARLOW, F., Suffolk— E. D. 

BAELOW, J., Lancaster. 

BAELOW, S., Lancaster. 

BARNAED,C. E. G., York— E. R. 

BARNARD,H., Middlesex, Surrey. 
BARNAEU, Eev. M., Essex. 



BABNARD, T., Beds. 

BARNARD, T. C, Beds. 

BAENAEDISTON, N., Essex. 

BAENAEDISTON, N., Suffolk- 
W. D. 

BAENAEDISTON, N. C, Essex, 
Suffolk — W. D. 

BARNE. F.. Suffolk— E. D. 

BARNE,F.St. J.N. , Suffolk— E. D. 

BAENEBY^ W., Hereford, Wor- 
cester. 

BARNEBY, W. H., Hereford. 

BARNES, A., Derby. 

BARNES, A., Lancaster. 

BARNES, C, Lancaster. 

BARNES, C. A., Hertford. 

BARNES, J. R., Denbigh. 

BARNES, J. E., Salop. 

BARNES, T. Denbigh. 

BARNES, T., Devon. 

BARNES, T., Lancaster. 

BARNES, W., Devon. 

BARNES, W. G., London. 

BARNETT, C. G., Berks. 

BARNETT, E., Middlesex. 

BARNP^TT, H., Oxford. 

BARNETT, W. D., Essex. 

BARNWELL, Rev. C. B., Norfolk. 

BARON, .T., Lancaster. 

BARRATT, W., Lancaster. 

BARHETO, Baron H., Middlesex. 

BARRETT, Rev. H., Durham. 

BARRETT, J. B., Berks. 

BARHETT, Rev. T. S., Kent. 
1 BARRETT, W., Somerset. 
i HARRINGTON, Hon. P., Bucks., 
Northampton. 

BARRINGTON, Viscount, Berks. 
i BARRINGTO.N, W. B., Bucks. 

BARRON, F. B., Suffolk- W. D. 

BARRON, G. B., Lancaster. 

BARROW, F.. Kent. 

BARROW, .T. B., Derby. 

BARROW, .1. J., Derby. 

BARROWS, J., Stafford, Wor- 

BAEEOWS, W., Stafford, Wor- 

BAEEY, E. H. S., Hants. 
BAESTOW, T. J., Middlesex, 

Tower Hamlets. 
BAETLEKT, E. 8., Worcester. 
BAETLETT, H. T., Devon. 
BAETLETT, J. E., Bucks. 
BAETON, A., Hants. 
BARTON, C, Somerset. 
BAETON, J., Chester. 
BARTON, J. H., Lincoln. 
BARTON. N. P., Wilts. 
BARTON, R. B., Esses. 
BAETON, W., Lancaster. 
BAETTELOT, B. B., Sussex— 

BAETTELOT, Bt., Sir W. B., 
Susses— W. D. 

BAETTELOT, W. G., Devon, 
Sussex— W. D. 

BARWELL, N., Sussex— W. D. 

BAEWELL, O. N. H., Surrey— 
W. D. 

BASHFOED, C. B., Middlesex. 

BASHFORD.W. C. L., Middlesex. 

BASKRRVILLE, H., Wilts. 

BASKERVILLE, J., Oxford. 

B^SKERVILLE, M., Brecknock. 

BASKERVILLE, W. T. M., Here- 
ford, Brecknock. Radnor. 

BASS, H. A., Stafford. 

BASS, M. A., Derby, Stafford. 

BASS, M. T., Derby, Stafford. 

BASSANO, W., Stafford, Wor- 
cester. 



XXXll 



THE COUNTY COMPANIOX. 



BA8SETT, Rev. A. C, Devon. 
BASSETT, F., Beds. 
BASSETT, G. L., Coe7«wall. 
BASSETT, R., Glamorgan. 
BASSETT, R. T., Glamnrgaii. 
BASTARD, B. J. P., Devon. 
BATCHELOR, J. S., Glamorj?an. 
BATE, T., Flint. 
BATEMAN, A., Derby. 
BATEMAN, .T., Essex. 
BATEMAN, J. F., Sibrkt. 
BATEMAN, Lord, Hereford {Ld. 

Lt.), Northarayjton. 
BATEMAN, W. S., Hereford. 
BATES, Bt., Sir E., Lancasteh, 

Hants. 
BATES, E., La>-caster. 
BATES, H. S., Gloucester. 
BATES, H. W., Sussex— E. D. 
BATES, R., Chester, Lancaster. 
BATES, T., Northumberland. 
BATH, C, Glamorgan. 
BATH, Marqms of, Somerset, 

Wilts. 
BATHER, .T., Salop. 
BATHURST, C, Gloucester. 
BATHTJRST, Earl, Gloucester. 
BATTEN, E. C, Somerset. 
BATTEN, H. B., Dorset, Somerset. 
BATTEN, J., Dorset, Somerset. 
BATTEN, .T. M., Dorset. 
BATTEN, T., Gloucester. 
BAUMGARTNER, E. J., Hunts. 
BAWDEN. Eov. J., Devon. 
BAV/TRKE, .T., Essex. 
BAWTREE, S., Essex. 
BAXENDALE, L., Berks, Hert- 
ford. 
BAXENDALE, S., Hertford. 
BAYARD, J. 0., Montgomerj'. 
BAYLEf, E. K., Middlesex, 

London. 
BAYLEY, H., Loudon. 
BAYLEY, .J., Chester. 
BAYLEY, R., Derbj-.York— AV. R. 
BAYLEY, W., Chester, Lancaster. 
BAYLIFF, Rev. T. T. L., Essex, 

Hertford. 
BAYLIS, A. J., London. 
BAYLY, J. A. S., Essex. 
BAYLY, T. H. D., Beds, Notts. 
BAYNBS, Bt., Sir W J. W., 

Surrey. 
BAYNES, W. W., Tower Hamlets. 
BAYTON, .T., Sussex— W. D. 
BAZLEY, C. H., Lancaster. 
BAZLEY, Bt., Sir T., Glouce.ster, 

Lancaster. 
BEACH, W. F. H., Gloucester. 
BEACH, W. W. B., Hants. 
BE.A.DNELL, G., Montgomery. 
BEALE, T. B., Suffolk— W. D. 
BE.\LE, W. .T., Mei-ioneth. 
BEALE, W. L., Berks. 
BEALES, R., Chester. 
BEALEY, .T. E., Stafford. 
BEALEY, R., Lancaster. 
BEAMISH, Lt.-Col., Kent. 
BEAMONT, H. F., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Holl. and Kest. 
BFAX, A. W., Kent. 
BEARCROFT, E., Worcester. 
BEARCROFT, E. H., Worcester. 
BEATTIE, A., Kent, Sussex— 

E. D. 
BEAUCHAMP, E. B., Cornwall. 
BEAUCHAMP, Earl, Worcester— 

Ld. Lt 
BEAUCHAMP, Bt., Sir R. P., 

Norfolk. 
BEAUCHAMP, Rev. R. W., Nor- 
folk. 



BEAUCLERK, Lord, Suffolk— 

BEAU'CLERK, W. N., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Lin. 
BEAUFORD, H. W., Beds, North- 

ampton. 
BEAUFORT, Duke of, Glol-- 

ckstek, Monmouth — {Ld. Lt.), 

Wilts., Brecknock. 
BEAUFOY. M. H., Surrey, Wilts. 
BEAUMONT, F. A., Tower Ham- 
lets. 
BEAUMONT, Bt., Sir G. H., 

XiSicGsttjr. 
BEAUMONT, H. F., York— N. E., 

York— W. R. 
BEAUMONT, .L, York— W. R. 
BEAUMONT, J. A., Middlesex. 
BEAUMONT, Lord, York— W. R. 
BEAUMONT, S. A., Northumher- 

BEAUMONT, Rev. T. G., Suffolk 

BEAUMONT, T. R., Lancaster. 
BEAUMONT, W. B., Durham, 

Northumberland. 
BEAUMONT, W. B., York— W. R. 
BEAUMONT, W. G., York— W. R. 
BEAVAN, J., Rad>or. 
BEAVAN, .T. G., Devon. 
BEAVAN, .1. G., Radnor. 
BECHER, J. H., Notts. 
BECK, Rev. J., Suffolk— W. D. 
BECK, .T. M., Norfolk. 
BECK, W. A., Lanca-ster. 
BECKER, J. L., Lancaster. 
BECKETT, Bt., Sir E., York— 

W. R. 
BECKWITH, H. J., Durham. 
BECKWITH, J., Durham. 
BBCTIVE, Earl of, Wesimoee- 

LAND. 

BEDFORD, Duke of, Beds., Peter- 
borough. 

BEDFORD, .T. T., London. 

BEDFORD, Rev. W. K. R., "War- 
Avick. 

BEDINGFELD, .L, Suffolk. 

BEDINGFIELD, Bt., Sir H. G., 
Norfolk. 

BEDWELL, F. A., York— E. R. 

BEECH, J., Warwick. 

BEECH, W. P., Essex. 

BEECHING, A. T., Kent. 

BEEDLE, T.. Devon 

BEETHAil, A. AV., Middlesex. 

BEETHAM, W.A., Towkr Ham- 
lets. 

BEEVER, Rev. W. H., Hereford. 

BEEVOR, H., Notts. 

BEGBIE, A. G., Cardigan. 

BELFIELD, .T., Devon. 

BELFIELD, W., Gloucester. 

BELL, C. W., Durham. 

BELL, C. W., Wilts. 

BELL, H., Chester. 

BELL, H.. Northumberland. 

BELL, .1. L. Durham, York— N. R. 

BELL, M., Kent. 

BELL, M. J., Kent. 

BELL, R., Cumberland, York— 
N. R. 

BELL, R. H., Durham. 

BELL, T., York— N. R. 

BELL, T. H., York— N. R. 

BELLAIRS, E. H. W., Norfolk. 

BELLHOUSE. W., Chester. 

BELPER, Lord, Derby, Notts. 

BELTON. R., Hereford, Salop. 

BEN, R. W., Glamorgan. 

BENCE, E. R. S., Suffolk— 
W. D. 



benett-stanford, v. f., 

Sussex— E. D. 
BENGOUGH, J. C.,Gloucestee. 
BENN. W. L., Cumberland. 
BENNET, R. G., Cornwall. 
BENNETT, D., Berks, Wilts. 
BENNETT, Rev. E. L., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Holl. 
BENNETT, H. E., Somerset. 
BENNETT, Sir John. London. 
BENNETT, N., Montgomery. 
BENNETT, T., Derby. 
BENNETT, W., Stafford. 
BENNITT, W., Worcester. 
BENSON, H. R., Glamorgan. 
BENSON, R., Lancaster. 
BENSON, R. A., Tower Hamlets, 

Salop. 
BENSON, W., Hants. 
BENSON, W. D., Glamorgan. 
BENT, B., York-W. R. 
BENT, B. H., Lancaster, York- 

W. R. 
BENTHALL E., Dorset 
BENTINCK, C. A., Devon. 
BENTINCK, Rt. Hon. G. A. F. C, 

Cumberland, Dorset. 
BENTINCK, G. W. P., Norfolk. 
BENTINCK, W. G. C, Dorset. 
BENTLEY, R. J., Notts, York— 

W. R. 
BENYON, Rev. E. R., Essex, 

Suffolk— W. D. 
BENYON, R., Berks. 
BENYON, T., York— W.R. 
BENYON, W. H., Ripon. 
BERE, M., Cornwall, Devon. 
BERENS, A. A., Northampton. 
BERENS, H. H., Kent., London. 
BERENS, R. B., Kent. 
BERESFORD, Col. M., Surrey. 
BERESFORD, Hon. W., Essex. 
BERESFORD-HOPE, A. J. B., 

Kent. 
BERESFORD-HOPE, P. B., Kent. 
BERGNE-COUPLAND, E. C 
Lincoln— Pts. of Kesteven and 
Lindsey. 
BERINGTON, C. M., Worcester. 
BERKELEY, Hon.C. P. F., Sussex 

— W. D. 
BERKELEY, Rev. G. C, Essex. 
BERKELEY, R., Worcester. 
BERKELEY, R. V., Worcester. 
BERNARD, A. F., Devon. 
BERNARD, .1., Hants. 
BERNARD, Bt., Sir T. T., Bucks. 
BERNERS, C. H., Suffolk— E. D. 
BERNERS, H., Hants, Middlesex. 
BERNERS, .!., Suflblk— E. D. 
BERNEY, G. D., Norfolk. 
BERRINGTON,A. D., Monmouth. 
BERRINGTON, A. W. D., Gla- 
1 morgan. 
BERRINGTON, C. M., Hereford. 
BERRINGTON, ,T., Hereford. 
i BERRINGTON, Rev. W. M. D., 
Carmarthen, Pembroke. 
BERTIE, C. H., Lincoln— Pts. of 
I Holl. 

, BERWICK, .1., Lincoln. 
\ BERWICK, Lord, Salop. 
1 BERWICK, W., York- E. E 
i BESLEY, C. R., London. 
BESLEY, F. J., Surrey. 
1 BEST, H. D., Stafford. 
BEST, H. H., Berks. 
BEST, H. P., Berks. 
BEST, J. C, Denbigh. 
BEST, M. G., Kent. 
BEST, T., Hants, Wilts. 
BEST, T., Lincoln. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, (fcc. 



BESTE, J. R., Devon. 
BESTE, J. R., Hants. 
KETHELL, Hon. S., Middlesex. 
BETH ELL. W., York— E. R. | 

HETHUNE, Rev. A., Durham. 
BETTS, S., Hertford. 
BEVAN, F. A., Lnndon. 
BEVAN, G. I., Hunts. 
BEVAN, G. J., Suffolk— "W.D. 
BEVAN, G. P., Brecknock. 
BEVAN, J. J., Suffolk— W. D. 
BEVAN, R. A., Sussex— E. D. 
BEVAN, R. C. L., Middlesex. 
BEVAN, R. L., Northampton. 
BEVAN, T., Kent, London, Touet 

Hamlets. 
BEVAN, W. R., Suffolk— W. D. 
BEVINGTON, J. B., Surrey. 
BEWES, C. E., Devon. 
BBWES, F. D., Devon. 
BEWICKS, R.C.A.B. ,York~2i.Ii. 
.liEWICKE, R. V. B., York— N. R. 
BEYNON, J., Carmarthen, Pem- 
broke. 
EEYNON, R., Carmarthen. 

HEYNON, R. P., Cardigan. 
BIBBY, J., Lancaster. 
BIBBY, J. J., Salop. 
BICKERSTAFP, R.. Lancaster. 
BICKERSTAFF, W.M., Middlesex 

BICKFORD-SMITH, W., Corn- 
wall. 

BIDDLE, W. A., Dorset. 

BIDDULPH, A. J. W., Susses— 
W. D. 

BIDDULPH, J., Glamokgan. 

BIDDULPH, M., Hf.refohd. 

BIDDULPH, R. M., Hereford, 

Denbigh. 
BIDDULPH, Bt., Sir T. W., Wab- 

■wics. 
BIDWKLL, C, Isle of Ely. 
BIDWELL, P. S., Lancaster. 
BIGGE, M. R., Northampton. 

BIGGE, W. M., Koi-thumherland. 

BIGGS, Rev. G. H., Worcester. 

BIGNOLD, C. E., Norfolk. 

BILL. C, Stafford. 

BILLINGTON, J.W., Kent. 

BINFORD, W., Devon. 

BINGHAM, Rev. C. W., Dorset. 

BINGHAM, G. W.P., Kent. 

BINGHxVM, Rev.P. , Suffolk— E. D. 

BINGHAM, R. H., Dorset. 

15INGLEY, H., Essex. 

BINNS, C, Derby. 

BIRCH, A. N., Northampton, 

BIRCH, C, Devon. 

BIRCH, G. F., Hants. 

BIRCH, J. W., London. 

BIRCH, L. T., Stafford. 

BIRCH, R. F., Denbigh, Flint. 

BIRCH, T. J., Stafford. 

BIRCH, W., Norfolk. 

BIRCHALL, .T. D., Gloucester. 

BIRD, C. H., Lancaster. 

BIRD, R. W., Gloucester, Suffolk 
— W. D., Warvrick, Worcester. 

BIRD, W., Middlesex. 

BIRDWOOD, W. J., Devon. 

BIRKBECK, E., Norfolk. 

BIRKBECK, H., Norfolk. 

BIRKBECK, J., Lancaster, York 
— W. R. 

BIRKBECK, Vf., Norfolk. 

BIRKIN, R., Notts. 

BIRKIN, T. J., Notts. 

BIRLEY, A. W., Lancaster. 

BIRLEY, E.. Lancaster. 

BIRLEY, F. H., Lancaster. 

BIRLEY, H. (Didsbury), Lan- 
caster. 



BIRLEY, H. (Kirkham), Lancas- 
ter. 

BIRLEY, J. H., Lancaster. 

BIRLEY, Rev. J. S., Lancaster. 

BIRLEY, T. H., Lancaster. 

BIRT, G. R., Essex. 

BIRTWISTLE, W., Lancaster. 

BISCHOFFSHEIM, H. L., Tower 
Ilamlelf. 

BISCO, R., Essex. 

BIRCOE, Rev. F., Gloucester. 

BISCOE, Rev. W., Hereford. 

BISCOE, W. E., Oxford. 

BISHOP, F., Stafford. 

BISHOP, J., Carmarthen. 

BISHOP, J., Glamorgan. 

BISHOP, J., Susse.\— E. D. 

BISHOPP, G. D., Sussex— E. D. 

BISSET, M. F., 'Somerset. 

BITTLESTON, Sir A., Bucks. 

BLAAUW, T. St. L., Sussex— 

BLAcilFORD, Lord, Devon. 
BLACKBURN, J., Sun-ey. 
BLACKBURNE, .!., Lancaster. 
BLACKBURNK, R. .h, Laticaxfer. 
BLACKETT, Bt., Sir E., Nok- 

TllCMBEHLAND. 

BLACKETT, Lieut. -Col., Peter- 
borough. 

BLACKWALL. J., Denbigh. 

BLACKWALL, J.. Carnarvon. 

BLACKWALL, J. B., Derby. 

BLADWORTH, J., York— W. R. 

BLAGRAVE, J. H., Berks, Somer- 
set. 

BLAIB, G. Y'., Durham. 

BLAKE, A. M., Hertford. 

BLAKE, Lieut.-Col., Suffolk— 
W. D. 

BLAKE, W., Somerset. 

BLAKE, W. G., Derby, York— 
W.R. 

BLAND, .1. D., York— W. R. 

BLAND, T. D., Yokk- W. R. 

BLANDFORD, Marquis of, Ox- 
ford. 

BLANDY, F., Devon., Gloucester. 

BLANSHARD, R., Essex. 

BLANSHARD, R., Somerset. 

BLATHWAYT, G. W., Gloucester, 
Somerset, Wilts. 

BLECKLEY, H., Lancaster. 

BLENCOWE, .1. J., Sus-sex— E. D. 

BLENKINSOP, G. .1. L., Diu-ham. 

BLENKINSOPP-COULSON, W. 
L., Chester. 

BLENNERHASSETT, Rev. J., 
Dorset. 

BLEZARD, R., Denbigh. 

BLIGH, Hon. H., Sussex— E. D. 

BLIGH, L. E., Kent. 

BLIGH, O. M., Brecknock. 

BLINKHORN, W., Lancaster. 

BLISSET, Rev. H., Hereford. 

BLOFELD. Rev. R. S. Norfolk. 

BLOIS, Bt., Sir J. R., Suffolk— 

! BLOMFIELD, Rev., C, Hertford. 
I BLOMMART, J., Somerset. 
' BLOUNT, W., Bucks. 
BLOUNT, Bt., Sir W. de S., Wor- 

[ CKSTBR. 

BLUNDELL, H. B. H., Lancaster. 
' BLUNDELL, ,1., Lancaster. 
1 BLUNDELL, N., Lancaster. 
i BLUNDELL, T. Weld, Lancaster. 
i BLUNT, Bt., Sir C. W., Sussex— 

E. D. 
! BLYTH, H. E. Norfolk. 
1 BLYTK, P. P., Middlesex, Totcer 

Mamletii. 



BLYTH, R. B., Berks., Lovdoii. 
BLYTH, W. D'Uiban. Noriolb. 
BLYTHE, J. H., Montgomery. 
BLYTHE, W., Lancasttr. 
BOARD, J., Kent. 
BODE, H., Bucks. 
BODEN, H.. Derbv. 
BODENHAM, C. de la B., Heee- 

FOKD. 

BODKIN, W. P., Middlesex. 
BOGER, W. D., Cornwall. 
BOGGIS-ROLFE, F. D., Esses. 
BOILEAU, Bt., Sir F. G. M., 

Ii^orfolk. 
BOILEAU, G. W., Norfolk. 
BOLCKOW, C. F. H., York— 

N. R. 
BOLD, Rev. H., Brecknock, 

Ra<bior. 
BOLDEN, W. B.. Laxcastep. 
BOLES, Rev. .1. T., Devon. 
BOLINGBROKE,Viscount, Willr. 
BOLITHO, T. B., Cornwall. 
BOLITHO, T. R., Cornwall. 
BOLITHO, T. S.. Cornwall. 
BOLITHO, W., Cornwall. 
BOLLAND, T., York-N. R. 
BOLTON, A. S., Staflord. 
BOLTON, F. S., Warwick 
BOLTON, Lord, Hants, Yoek— 

N. R. 
BOND, A., Wilts. 
BOND, G., Dorset. 
BOND. Rev. J., Lincoln— Parts of 

Lindsev. 
BOND, Rev. N., Dorset. 
BOND, N., Dorset. 
BOND, T., Dorset. 
BOND, W., Essex. 
BONNOR, R. M., Denbigh. 
BONSALL, J. G. W., Cardigan. 
BONSALL, J. G. W., Mont- 

gomerv. 
BONSALL, .1. J., Cardigan. 
BONSALL, T. AV., Cardigan. 
BONTERNS, J. F., London. 
BOOKER, T. W., Glamorgait. 
BOOTE, T. L., Chester. 
BOOTH, C, London. 
BOOTH, C, York— W. R. 
BOOTH, F. W., Lancaster. 
BOOTH, J. B., Lancaster. 
BOOTH, R., Northampton. 
BOOTH, T. Lancaster. 
BOOTHBY', C. E., Stafford. 
BOOTHBY, Rev. H.B., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Lin. 
BOREHAM, W. L., Suffolk. 
BOREHAM, W. W., Es^ex, 

Suffolk— W. D. 
BORLASE, .!., Cornwall. 
BORLASE, W. C, Cornwall. 
BOROUGH, J. C. B., Salop, 

Stafford. 
BOROUGtr, J. S B., Salop. 
BORRER, .1. H., Gloucester. 
BORTON, Rev. C, Suffolk— W. D. 
BORTi )N, Rev. W. K., Essex. 
BOSANQUET, A., Monmouth. 
BOSANQUET, C. B. P., Northum- 
berland. 
BOSANQUET, H. A., Somerset 
BOSANQUET, S. C, Monmouth. 
i BOSANQUET, S. R., Essex, Mo.n- 

Moum. 
I BOSANQUET, P., Hertford, Mid- 
dlesex. 
I BOSCAWEN, Hon. and Rev. J. T., 
I Cornwall. 
BOUCH, J., Chester. 
BOUCHER, Rev. H.. Dorset. 
, BOUCHER, .1. G.. Sussex— E . D 



XXXIV 



TIIK COUNTY COMPANION. 



BOUGHEY, Bt., Sir T. F., Salop, 

Stafford. 
BOUGHEY, W. F. F., Staffoid. 
UOUGHTON, Bt., Sir C. H. R., 

Hereford, Salop, Worcester. 
BOUGHTON, E., Warwick. 
BOUGHTON, W. St. A. R., Salop. 
BOULXOIS. E.. Middlesex 
BOULTBEE, J. B. L., CJardigati. 
BOULTBEE, T., Stafford. 
BOULTBEE, Rev. T., Warwick. 
BOULTON, A. R., L.vncastkk. 
BOULTON, C. G., Hertford. 
BOULTON, Rev. W. H., Lan- 

BOURCHIER, J. J., Norfolk. 
BOURKE, Hon. H. L., Middlenc^-. 
BOURNE, Rev. G. D., Giou- 

CKSTKH. 

BOURNE, Rev. G. D., Worcester. 

BOURNE, Bt., Sir J., Lancasteb. 

BOURNE, J., Stafpokd. 

BOURNE. \\va.., J., Stafford. 

BOURNE, J. D., Lanca/tter. 

BOURNE, R., Worcester. 

BOURNE, T. R., Lancaster. 

BOUSPIELD, N. G. P., West- 
moreland. 

BOUSFIELD, R., London. 

BOUSTEAD, AV. P., York— W. R. 

BOUTCHER. E , Snrrey. 

BOTTTFLOWER, Rev. S. P., West- 
moreland. 

BOUVERIE, Rt. Hon. E. P., 
Berks, Wilts. 

BOUVERIE, H. H., Somerset. 

BOUVERIE, J. A. S., Nortliamp- 
ton. 

BOUVERIE, P. P., SOMEESET. 

BOUVERIE, W. P., Wilts. 
BOVILLE, E. C, Durham. 
BOWDLER, W. H,, Lancaster. 
BOWDON, L. B., Derbv. 
BOWDON, J. E., Lancaster. 
BOWEN, Rev. A. J., Pembroke. 
BOWEN, J., Pembroke, Haver- 
fordwest. 
BOWEN, J. B., Cardigan, Cae- 

MARTHEN, PEMBROKE. 

BOWEN, J. M., Brecknock. 

BOWEN, J. W., Cardigan, Car- 
marthen, Pemhrolte. 

BOWER, A., York— W. R., Ripon. 

BOWER, C. H., Sussex— W. D. 

BOWER, E., YoHK— W. R. 

BOWER, F., Sussex— W. D. 

BOWER, E. S., Dor.set. 

BOWER, R. H., York— E. 
York— N. R. 

BOWER, T. B., Dorset. 

BOWER, W , Sussex-- W. D. 

BOWES, J., Burh'im. 

BOWEY, Bt., Sir T. H. 
Gloucester. 

BOWKER, T., Cambs. 

BOWLER, W. A., Brecknock. 

BOWLES, H. C. B., Middlesex. 

BOWLES, J. S.,Bekks. 

BOWMAN, J., York— W. R. 

BOWMAN, T., Lancaster. 

BOWRING, .1. C, Devon. 

BOWRING, L. B., Devon. 

BOWYER, Bt., Sir G., Beeks. 

BOYD, A. C, Chester. 

BOYD, E. P., Durham. 

BOYLE, Hon. E. J., Somerset 

BOYLE, H. L.. Cornwall. 

BOYLE, Hon. W. G., Somerset. 

BOYNE, Viscount, Durham, 
Salop. 

BOYNTON, Bt., SirH. S., York— 
E. R. 



R. 



C. 



BOYS, H., Kbnt. 

BRABAZON, H. B., Susses— E. D. 

BRABOURNE, Lord, Kent. 

BRABY, J., Surrey. 

BRACJE, F. E., Hants. 

BliADIUTRNE, P. A.. Wilts. 

BRADHURY, R. T., York— W. R. 

BR.\UDON, AV. C, Cornwall, 
Brecknock. 

BItADFORD, Earl of, Salop {Ld. 
U.), Stafford, Warwick. 

BHADNKY, .1., Somerset. 

BHADSHAW, F., Derby. 

HRA1)S1IAW,F., Devon. 

BRADSHAW, P., Hants. 

BRAOSHAW, .1., Chester. 

BRA1)SU.\W, ()., Devon. 

BRADSHAAV, R., Tower JCumletK. 

BRADSHAAV, T. J., Durham, 
Noithuniherland. 

BRAOSHAW, AVarwick. 

BRADWKl.L, D., Chester. 

BRAG(4E, .T. A., Dorset. 

BRAIKEN RIDGE, Somerset. 

BRAITHWAITE, G., Westmore- 
land. 

BRAITHWAITE, G. P., West- 
moreland. 

BRAI'J'HWAITE, G. V., Leicester. 

BRAMllALL, Rev. .1., Norfolk. 

BRAM LEY-MOORE, J., Bucks. 

BRAMLKY-MOORE, J., Lan- 
caster. 

BRAMSTON, Very Rev. J., Essex. 

BRAMSTON, T. H., Essex. 

BRAMAVELL, H., Durham, AVor- 

CGStGl*. 

BRANCKER, AV. H., Lancaster. 

BRAND, Rt. Hon. Sir H. B. W., 
Sussex— E. D. 

BRAND, H. R., Hertford. Sussex 
— E. D. 

BRAND, J., Surrey. 

BRANDRAM, F. H., Sussex— 
E. D. 

BRANDRETH, C, Essex. 

BRANDRETH, Rev. H., Norfolk. 

BRANDRKTH, H. C. G., Beds. 

BRANDRETH, J. E. L., Mid- 
dlesex. 

BRASS, AV., London. 

BRASSEY, A., Oxford. 

BRASSEY, Sir T., Sussex- E. D. 

BRAY, R., Sun-ey. 

BRAYE, Lord, Leicester, North- 
ampton. 

BRAYBROOKE, Lord, Essex. 

BBEE, C. N., Suffolk— E. D. 

BREE, C. R., Essex. 

BREFFIT, E., London. 

BRENCHLEY, T. H., Cardigan, 
Pembroke. 

BRRTHERTON, F. A., Hants. 

]!RKTHERTON, W., Lancaster. 

BRETT, E., Essex. 

BRETT, E. (Wakes Colne), Essex, 

BREWER, .1. E., Monniouth. 

BREWER, T. L. Moxmouth. 

BREWER, W., Middlesex. 

BREAVIS, E. AV., Essex. 

BREWIS, S. R., Bucks. 

BREWSTER, C, Essex. 

BREAVSTER, Rev. H. C, Lin- 
coln — Pts. of Lin. 

BREAVSTER, J., Essex. 

BRIC'E, W., Gloucester. 

BRICKNELL, Rev. AV. S., Oxford. 

BRID(;E, p. S., Somerset. 

BRT11I4K, .T. E., Dorset. 

BRIDGER, C, Sussex— W. D. 

BRIDGES, Bt., Rev. Sir B. G., 
Kent, Lincoln— Pts. of Kost. 



BRIDGES, W. L., Berks. 
BRIDGES, W. T., Devon. 
BRIDGFORD, R., Hereford, Lau- 

CiXstGr. 
BRIDGMAN, Hon. and Rev. G. 

T. O., Salop, Stafford. 
BRIDGMAN, Hon. and Rev. T. 

R. ()., Salop, Stafford. 
BRIDPORT, Viscount, Devon, 

Dorset, Somerset. 
BRIDSON, .1. R., Lancnster. 
BBIDSON, .1. R., Westmoreland. 
BRIDSON, T. R., Lancaster. 
BRIEBLY, J., Chester. 
BRIERLY, J. (Castleton), Lan- 

BRIERLY, J. (AVesthill), Lan- 
caster. 
BRIGG, J., York— W. R. 
BRIGGS, C, Lancaster. 
BRIGGS, C. J., Durham. 
BRIGGS, G., Hants. 
BRIGGS, G., York -AV. R. 
BRIGGS, ,1., Lancaster. 
BRIGGS, R., York— AV. R. 
BRIGGS, AV., Lancaster. 
BRIGHT, G., Somerset. 
BRIGHT, H. A. Lancaster. 
BRIGHT, Jacob, Lancaster. 
BRIGHT, 'l\, Lancaster. 
BRIGSTOCK, AV. O.. Cardigan-, 

(^^armarthen, Pembroke. 
BRINCKMAN, T. H., Tower 

Hamlets. 
BRINTON, J., Worcester. 
BRISCO, M. H., Cumberland. 
BRI8C0, Bt., Sir R., Cumber- 
land. 
BRISCO, AV., Sussex— E. D. 
BRISCOE, R. H., Stafford. 
BRISE, A. W. R., Essex. 
BRISE, S. B. R., Essex, Suffolk— 

W. D. 
BRISTOL, Marquis of, Suffolk— 

AV. D. 
BRISTOW, J. W., Cumberland. 
BRITTEN, D., Middlesex, London. 

Worcester. 
BRITTKN, P., AVorcester. 
BROADHURST, H. T., Lancaster. 
BROAUMEAD, T. B , Somerset. 
BROAUWOOD, T., Sussex— AV. D. 
BROADWOOD, AV. S., Hereford. 
BROCK, C. .1., Glamorgan. 
• BROCK, G. B., Glamorgan. 
BROCK, J., Lancaster. 
BROCKHOLES, AV. J. F., Lax- 
caster. 
BROCKLEBANK, R., Lancaster. 
BROCKLEBANK, T., Lancaster. 
BROCKLEHURST, E., Surrey. 
BROCKLEHURST, F. D. .Chester. 

BROCKLEHURST, P. L., Chester. 
Stafford. 

BROCKLEHURST, T. U., Chester. 

BROCKLEHURST.AV. C, Chester. 

BROCKMAN, P. D., Kent, 
i BRODKRIP, E., Somerset. 

BRODERIP, E. G.. Somerset. 

BRODIE, P., Sussex- E. D. 

BRODRICK.W. St. .1. P., Surrey. 

BROGDEN, A., Lancaster. 

BROGDEN, J., Glamorgan. 

BROKE, H., Essex. 

BROKE-MIDDLETON, Bt., Sir 
G. N., Suffolk— E. D. 

BROMILOW, D., Beds, Lancas- 
ter. 

BROMILOAV, D., Leicester. 

BROMLEY, E., Middlesex. 

BROMLEY, Bt., Sir H., Notts. 

BROMLEY, H., Notts. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, ifcc. 



XXXV 



BROMLEY, N. W., Siiffolk— 
W. D. 

BROOKE, A. W-de C, Northamp- 
ton. 

BROOKE, E., Middlesex, London. 

BROOKE, G., York— W. R. 

BROOKE, H., Chester, Suffolk— 

BROOKE, H., York— W. R. 

BROOKE, J. C, Montgomery- 

BROOKE, J. T., Salop. 

BROOKE, Lord, Somerset, War- 
wick. 

BROOKE, Bt., Sir R., Chester, 
Denbigh. 

BROOKE, R. L. de C, Leicester, 
Northampton. 

BROOKE, R. M., Chester. 

BROOKE, T., York— W. R. 

BROOKE, W., York— W. R. 

BROOKE, Bt., Sir W. dc C, 
Leicester, Northampton. 

BROOKES, W., Leicester. 

BROOKING, J. S., Middlesex. 

BROOKS, H. B., London. 

BROOKS, J., Chester. 

BROOKS, J. H., Beds. 

BROOKS, R., Sun-ev. 

BROOKS, T., Lancaster. 

BROOKS, W. C, Chester, Lax- 

CASTKR. 

BROOKSBANK, Capt., York— 

BROOksBANK, B., York— W. R. 

BROOKSBANK, Rev. E. H., 
York— W. R. 

BROOKSBANK, E. H., York— 
W. R. 

imOOKSBANK, T., Surrey. 

BROOKSBANK, W. L., Cumber- 
land 

BROOMHALL, J., Sun-ev. 

BROS, T., Berks. 

BROUGH. John, Stafford. 

BROUliH, Joshua, Stafford. 

BROUGHAM, Hon. H. C, Cnm- 
berland, Westmoreland. 

BROUGHAM, Lord, Cumberland, 
Wfstmorkland. 

BR(H:(4HAM, T.. Cpiiberi,.i>-d. 

BIU)UN'CKER, H. F., Dorset. 

BROUNKER, H. F., Hants. 

BROWELL, E. J. J., Dm-ham. 

BROWELL, E. M., Middlesex. 

BROWELL, L., Hants. 

BROWELL, W. F., Kent, Sussex 
-E. D. 

BROWN, A. H., Lajicaster. 

BROWN, A. H. C, Bucks, Oxfobd 

BROWN, B., Hums. 

BROWN, Rev. D., Northumber- 
land. 

BROWN, D., York— N. R. 

BROWN, G. A., Monmouth. 

BROWN, G. G., York— N. R. 

BROWN, G. T. G., York— N. R. 

BROWN, H., Wilts. 

BROWN, H. E., Devon. 

BROWN, H. J., Hertford. 

BROWN, J., I. of Ely. 

BROWN, J., Warwick, Worcester. 

BROWN, Sii- J., York— W. R. 

BROWN, J. J. A., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Kest. 

BROWN, J. C, Sussex— W. D. 

BROWN, J. M., Hkeefobd. 

BROWN, Rev. J. R., Radnor. 

BROWN, M. G., Devon. 

BROWN, M. L., Devon. 

BROWN, S. J., York— W. R. 

BROWN, T., Brecknock. 

BROWN. T., Monmouth. 



BROWN, T., Sussex— E. D. 
BROWN, T. S., Tower Hamlets. 
BROWN, Rev. W., Hertford. 
BROWN, W., York— W. R. 
BROWN, W. F., Essex. 
BROWN, Bt., Sir W. R., Nobth- 

AMPTON. 

BROWN, W. R., Wilts. 

BROWN, W. S., Hertford, Surrey. 

BROWN, W. T., Suffolk— W. D. 

BROWN-WESTHEAD, T. C, 
Stafford. 

BROWNE, A., Northumberland. 

BROWNE, A. H., Northumber- 
land. 

BROWNE, C. A., Monmouth. 

BROWNE, Rt. Rev. E. H. (Bishop 
of Winchester), Cardigan. 

BROWNE, F. J. Staple, Oxford. 

BROWNE, Rev. H., Hereford. 

BROWNE, H. H., Berks. 

BROWNE, H. R., Flint. 

BROWNE, Rev. J., Westmore- 
land. 

BROWNE, Rev. J. G. C, Hert- 
ford. 

BROWNE, R. C, Norfolk. 

BROWNE, Rev. T., Suffolk— E. D. 

BROWNE, T. B., Gloucester. 

BROWNE, W., Cumberland. 

BROWNE, W. J. U., Norfolk. 

BROWNLOW, Earl, Bucks, Hert- 
ford, Lincoln (Ld. Lf.), Salop. 

BROWNRIGG, J. S., Middlesex. 

BRUCE, Lord C, Middlesex, 
Wilts. 

BRUCE, C, Tower Hamlet». 

BRUCE, C. W., Hants. 

BRUCE, Lord F., Wilts. 

BRUCE, Hon. H. C, Glamorgan. 

BRUCE, J., Northumberland. 

BRUCE, L. B. K.,Siirrev. 

BRUCE, L. K., Glamorgan. 

BRUCE, L. R., Middlesex. 

BRUCE, Rev. W., Monmouth, 
Glamorgan. 

BRUNDRIT. J., Chester. 

BRUNE, C. G. P., Cornwall. 

BRTINSKILL, S., Westmoreland. 

BRUXNER, Rev. G. E., Leicester. 

BRYANS, R., Chester. 

BRYANT, Rev. J. H., Lincoln— 
Pts. of LInd. 

BRYANT, J. R., Pembroke. 

BRYCE, J. P., Devon. 

BRYDGES, Bt., Sir H. H. T., 
Hereford, Radnor. 

BRYMER, J., Hants. 

BRYMER, W. E., Dorset. 

BRYNING, J., Lancaster. 

BUCHANAN, J., Durham. 

BUCHANAN, P., Salop, Stafford. 

BUCK, W., Cardigan, Pem- 
broke. 

BUCKINGHAM, Duke of, Bucks 
(//.?. IJ.,') Northampton. 

BUCKINGHAM, Rev. J., Devon. 

BUCKLE, Rev. J., Hereford. 

BUCKLEY, A., Chester, Lan- 
caster 

BUCKLEY, A., Wilts. 

BUCKLEY, Bt., Sir E., Merioneth. 

BUCKLEY, P., DferbT. 

BUCKLEY, G. F., York— W. R. 

BUCKLEY, J., Carmarthen. 

BUCKLEY, J. F.,i,ancaster. 

BUCKLEY, N., Chester, Lan- 
caster, York — W. R. 

BUCKLEY, R., York— W. R. 

BUCKLEY, R. S., York— W. R. 

BUCKNILL, J. C, Warwick. 

BUDD, C, Devon. 



BUDD, J. P., Brecknock, Glamor- 
gan. 

BUDDICOM, W. B., FUnt. 

BUDDICOM, W. H., FUnt. 

BUDWORTH, p. J., Essex. 

BULKELEY, C. W., Carnarvon. 

BULKELEY, Bt., Sir R. L. M. W., 
Anglesey. 

BULKELEY, T., Berks. 

BULKELEY-OWEN, Rev. T. 
M. B., Salop. 

BULL, M. v., Cornwall. 

BULLEN, C, Dorset. 

BULLENE, J. B. T. T., Dorset. 

BULLBR, Bt.,SirE.M., Stafford. 

BULLER, J. H., Surrev. 

BULLER, M. E., Stafford. 

BULLER, Rev. R., Cornwall. 

BULLER, R. H., Devon. 

BULLOCK, B., Northumberland. 

BULLOCK, G., Somerset. 

BULLOCK, G. Troyte, Dorset, 
Somerset, Wilts. 

BULMAN, T. W., Northumber- 
land. 

BULPETT, G., Surrey. 

BULTEEL, J., Devon. 

BULWER, W. B. G. L., Norfolk. 

BUNBURY, Bt., Sir C. J. F. 
SCFFOLK— W.D. 

BUNBURY, H. M., Berks. 

BUND. J. W. W.. Worcester. 

BURCHELL-HERNE Rev. H. 
P. H., Hertford. 

BURDETT, Bt., Sir F., Berks, 
Derhv, Surrev, Wilts. 

BURDON, A. B.. Northumberlaml. 

BURDON, G., Northumber- 
land. 

BURDON, Rev. J., Durham. 

BURDON, J. C, Durham. 

BURDON. R., Durham. 

BURGHLEY, Lord, Lincoln— 
Pts. of Kest., Northampton 
Peterborough, Rutland. 

BURGOYNE, Bt., Sir J. M., Beds, 
Cambs. 

BURLEIGH R. W., Suffolk— E. D. 

BURLTON, T., Hereford. 

BURMESTER, Rev. G., Essex 

BURN, R., Westmoreland. 

BURNABY, F. G., Leicester. 

BURNABY, T. F. A., Hunts. 

BURNABY-ATKINS, T. F. 
Kent. 

BURNAND, A., London. 

BURNE, S. T., Stafford. 

BURNE, S. T. H., Salop. 

BURNELL, B., London. 

BURNELL, E. S. P., Notts. 

BURNETT, J., Northumberland 

BURNETT, J. R. E., Surrev. 

BURNEY, Rev. E., Hams. 

BURNHAM, H. L., Isle of Ely. 

BUBNINGHAM, H., Hants. 

BURR, D. H.D., Berks.HEREFOBD 

BURRA, H., Sussex- E. D. 

BURRA, J. S., Kent. 

BURRA, W. P., Kent. 

BURRARD, Bt.. Sir H. P., Hants. 

BURRELL, B.,NoRTHUlIBEEtAND. 

BURELL, C. R., Sussex— W.D. 

BURRELL, J. F., Surrey. 

BURRELL, J. S., Lancaster. 

BURRELL, B. A., Durham. 

BURRELL, Hon. W. M. C, 
Suffolk— E. D. 

BURRELL, Bt., Sir W. W., 
Sussex — W. D. 

BURROUGHES, Rev. R., Nor- 
folk. 

BURROUGHBS, R. R., Norfolk. 



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THE COl'NTY COMTANIOX. 



BURROWS, A., Lancaster. 

BURT, Geo., London, Dorset, 
Middlesex. 

BURT, J. M., London. 

BURTON, A. de, Lincoln— Pts. of 
Holl. 

BURTON, Rev. C. W., Westmore- 
land. 

BURTON, D., YoBK— E. R. 

BURTON, E., Lancaster. 

BURTON, r., Devon. 

BURTON, O., Denbigh. 

BURTON, O., Lancaster. 

BURTON, Rev. R., Leicester. 

BURTON, W. S., Beds, Buck.s. 

BURY, C. J., Essex. 

BURY, J.. Worcester. 

BURY, Viscount, Norfolk, Hants. 

BUSCHELL. C. J., Chester. 

BUSFEILD, J. A., York— W. R. 

BUSFEILD, W., Somerset. 

BUSFEILD. W., Westmoreland, 
York— W. R. 

BUSH, .T. W., Wnits. 

BUSHBY, H. J., Hertford, 
Middle&er, London, Tower Ham- 
lets. 

BUSHELL, C, Chester. 

BUSK, Hans, Middlesex. 

BUTCHER, J.. London. 

BUTLER, C, Hertford. 

BUTLER, Hon. C. L., Middmsex, 

W^ARWICK. 

BUTLER.Hon. H. E., York— W.R. 
BUTLER, Hon. R. St. John, 

Middleffj-. 
BUTLER, S., Somer.set. 
BUTLER, W. J., Berks. 
BUTT, .T, T. H., Somerset. 
BUTTER, Hon. A. J., Middlesex. 
BUTTERTON, Rev. G. A., Flint. 
BUTTERWORTH, .T., Lancaster. 
BUXTON, 0. L., Norfolk. 
BUXTON, E. N., Essex. 
BUXTON, H. E., Norfolk. 
BUXTON, J. H., Hertford. 
BUXTON, Bt., Sir R. .T., Norfolk. 
BUXTON, S. G., Norfolk. 
BUXTON, Bt., Sir T. F., Essex, 

Norfolk. 
BUXTON, T. F., Hertford. 
BYASS, E. H., London. 
BYASS, R. N., Gloucester, 

Oxford. 
BYNG, A. M., Essex. 
BYNG, Hon. H. J. W., Middlesex. 
BYNG, J. M. O., Kent, Sussex— 

BYRDE, H. C, Monmouth. 
BYRON, Hon. and Rev. A., 

Leicester. 
BYRON, E.. Surrev. 
BYRON, T. S., York— N. R. 

CABBELL, B. B.. Norfolk. 

CADOGAN, C. H., Northumber- 
land 

CADOGAN, Earl, Cambs., Middle- 
sex, Norfolk. 

CADOGAN.Hon.F.W.. Middlesex 

CAFFIN, Sir J. C, Kent. 

CAILLARD, C. F. D., Somerset, 
Wilts. 

CAINE, W. S.. York- N. R. 

CALCRAFT, E. J. L., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Kest. 

CALCRAFT, W. M., Dorset. 

CALDECOTT,A., Essex,Hertford. 

CALDECOTT, C. M., Warwick. 

CALDECOTT, C. T., Warwick. 

CALDICOTT, R., Warwick. 

CALDWELL, B., Heeefobd. 



CALLAND, J. F., Glamorgan. 

GALLEY, T. C. P., Wilts. 

CALMADY, V. P., Devon. 

CALTHORPE, Hon. A. U. G., 
St.\fford, Warwick. 

CALTHORPE, Lord, Hants, Staf- 
ford, WARWICIf. 

CALTHORPE, Hon. S. J. G., 
Hants. 

CALVERLEY. H.. York— W. R. 

CALVERLEl', .T. S., Y'obk— W. R. 

CALVERT, A. M., Surrey. 

CALVERT, F., Hertford. 

CALVERT, R., Lancaster. 

CAMBRIDGE, H. P., Dorset. 

CAMBRIDGE,Mayorof {exofficio), 
Cambs. 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, 
Vice-Chancellor of (ex officio), 
Cambs. 

CAMERON, .1. D., Kent. 

CAMERON, N. P., Glamorgan. 

CAMOY'S, Lord, Oxford. 

CAMPBELL, C. H., Middlesex. 

CAMPBELL, A. E., London. 

CAMPBELL, Hon. A. F. H., Car- 
marthen. 

CAMPBELL, CM., Derby, Salop, 
Stafford. 

CAMPBELL, Rev. E. A. P., 
Chester. 

CA:MPBELL, Sir G., Middlesex. 

CAMPBELL, G. H. F., North- 
ampton. 

CAMPBELL, J., Lancaster, Mid- 
dlesex. 

CAMPBELL, Bt., Sir J., Glou- 
cester, Monmouth. 

CAMPBELL, R., Berks. 

CAMPBELL, W. H. C. J.,Norfolk. 

CAMPBELL, W. H., Berks. 

CAMPBELL, W. .!., Emex. 

CAMPBELL, W. S., Northampton. 

CAMPBELL-COLQUHOUN, Rev. 
J. E., Kent. 

CAMPER DOWN, Earl of, War- 
wick, Worcester. 

CAMPION, W. H., Sussex— E. D. 

CANK, Rev. T. C, Nottingham. 

CANKRIEN, H. K., York— E. R. 

CANNING, T., Dorset. 

CANNON, J., Lancaster. 

CANTERBURY, Viscount, Nor- 
folk. 

CAPEL, A., Somerset. 

CAPEL, Hon. R. A., Hertford. 

CAPEL, W., Gloucester. 

CAPPER, Rev. D., Hereford. 

CAPPER, R. H., Durham, Hebe- 
ford. 

CAPPER, R. H., Northumberland. 

CAPRON, Rev. G. H., North- 
ampton. 

CARBERY"-EVANS, J., Cambs. 

GARDEN, F. W., Hants. 

GARDEN, Sir R. W., London. 
Middlesex, Siu'rey. 

CARD WELL, Viscount, Lan- 
caster. ' 

CAKEW, C. W., Somerset. 

CAREW, E. G., Somerset. 

CAREW, R. R., Hertford. 

CAREW, W. H. P., Cornwall. 

CARLILE, J. W., Hertford. 

CARLINGFORD, Lord, Essex 
(Ld. Li.), Somerset. 

CARLISLE, J., Chester. 

CARLISLE, R., Monmouth. 

CARLYON, T. T. S., Cornwall. 

CARMICHAEL,Bt.,SirJ.R.,Kent. 

CARNARVON, Earl of, Middle- 
6es,iVb«i«^Aam,Somerset,HANTS. 



CARNE, ,T. W. N., Glamoeoan. 
CARNEGIE, D., Hertford. 
CARNEGIE, Hon. J. J., Hants, 

SnssF.x— W. D. 
CARNSEN, Rev. T. T., Cornwall. 
CARPENTER - GARNIER, J., 

Df.von. 
CARNEGY^. .T. A., Monmruth. 
CARPENTER, A., Surrev. 
CARPENTER,C.,Cornwall,Sussex 

— E. D. 
CARPENTER, T., Wilts. 
CARPENTER, Hon. W. C, Staf- 
ford, York— N. R. 
CARR, .7., Northumberland. 
OARR, W., York— W. R. 
CARRGE, R., Carnarvon. 
CARRINliTON, A., Derby. 
CARRINGTON, E.. Gloucester. 
CARRIN'GTUN, G., Buclcs. 
CARRINGTON, Lord, Bucks. 
CARRINGTON, Hon. R. C. G., 

Bucks. 
CARRINGTON, S. R., Chester, 

Lancaster. 
CARRINGTON, Hon. W. H. P., 

Berks, Bucks. 
CARR-LLOYD, J. M., Sussex— 

W. D. 
CARROLL, C. A., York— W. R. 
CARROW, R., Pembroke. 
CARTER, B. W^, Hants. 
CARTER, C, Y'ork— N. R. 
CARTER, G., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Holl. & Kest. 
i CARTER, .1. B., Hants. 
f CARTER, iun. J. B., Hants. 
, CARTER, .1. R., Essex. 
CARTER, J. W., London. 
CARTER, T., Ripon. 
I CARTER, V. B. D., Gloucester. 
CARTER, Rev. W. E. D., Oxford. 
CARTLAND, J., Worcester. 
CARTWRIGHT, A. T. C, North- 

amjiton. 
CARTWRIGHT, A. T. C, Oxford. 
I CARTWRIGHT.H., Northampton. 

CARTWRIGHT, H., Warwick. 
( CARTWRIGHT, J. R., Stafford. 

CARTWRIGHT, R. A., Norjh- 
1 AMPTON, Oxford. 
CARTWRIGHT, R. N., Suffolk - 

i CARTWRIGHT, S., Stafford. 
j CARTWRIGHT, T. B., North- 
ampton. 

CARTWRIGHT, T. R. B. L. M., 
I Northampton, Oxford. 
j CARTWRIGHT, W. C, Nobth- 
I AMPTON, Oxford. 

CARTWRIGHT, W. G., Mon- 
i mouth, 
i CARUS-WILSON,E.S., Cornwall. 

CARVER, .1., Somerset. 

CARVER. Thos., Derbv. 

CARWARDINE, J., Essex. 

GARY, S. E.G., Devon. 

CARY-ELWES,V.D. H., Leicester, 
Lincoln— Pts. of Lindsey, 
Northampton 

CARYSFORT,Eor], Hunts, North- 
ampton. 

CASE, J. B., Chester. 

(_:ASS0N. W. G., Merioneth. 

CASTELLAIN, A., Lancaster. 

CASTLE, C, Gloucester, Wor- 

CESTKR. 

CASTLERAGH, Viscount, Dur- 
ham, Montgomery. 
CATHCART, A. M., York— W. R. 
CATHCART, Hon. A. M., York 

— N. R. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENAJfT, MAGISTKATES, &C. 



xxxvu 



CATHCAET, Earl, Toek— N. K. 
CATLING, R. C, Isle of Ely. 
CATOR, A., Norfolk. 
CATC R.J. W.,Hertford,Middlesex. 
CATTERALL, J., Lancaster. 
CATTLEY, J.G..Hertford,Surrey. 
CATTLEY, S. W., Essex. 
CAUSTON, R. K., London. 
CAVAN, Earl of, Somerset. 
CAVE, C. D., Gloucester. 
CAVE, Bt., SirM. C. B., Debbt, 

Leicester, Vv'ahwick. 
CAVE, T., Middlesex, Surrey. 
CAVENDISH,Hon.C.C.\V.,Buclis. 
CAVENDISH, C. T., Stafford. 
CAVENDISH, Lord E., Dekbt, 

Lancaster, Sussex — E. D. 
CAVENDISH, Lord F., LiX- 

CASTKK, York — W. R. 
CAVENDISH, H. C, Salop. 
CAVENDISH, J. C, Derby. 
CAVENDISH, Hon. R., Sussex— 

E. D. 
CAW, T., Hereford. 
CAWDOR, Earl, Carmarthen {Ld. 

Lt.), Pembroke, Haverfordwest. 
CAYLEY, Bt., SirD.,YoBK— N. R. 
CAYLEY. E. S., Yoi:k— N. R. 
CAYLEY, G., Northampton, 

Peterborough. 
CAYLEY, G. A., Flint. 
CAYLEY, G. A., York— N. E. 
CAZALET, E., Kent. 
CAZALET, W. C, Surrey. 
CAZENOVE, H., Bucks. 
CECIL, Lord B., Peterborough. 
CECIL, Lord E., Dorset, Essex, 

Middlesex . 
CECIL, Lord F., Rutland. 
CECIL, Lord F. P., Peterborough. 
CECIL, LordW., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Kest., Peterborough. 
CELY. J. R.. Essex. 
CHAD. J. S. Scott, Norfolk. 
CHADS, H., Hants. 
CHADWICK, C, York— W. R. 
CHAD WICK, F., Lancaster. 
CHADWICK, J., Chester. 
CHADWICK, J.(Ecclcs Old Road), 

Lancaster. 
CHADWICK, J. (Prestwich),Lan- 

CHADWICK, J. (Stockport), Lan- 
caster. 

CHADWICK, J. deH. il., Stafford, 
War\\ick. 

CHADWICK, R. N., Gloucester, 
Worcester. 

CHADWICK, S. B., Chester. 

CHALK, Rev. R. G., Beds. 

CHALLIS, A. W., Uindnn. 

CHALLIS, W. H., London. 

CHALONER, T., York— N. R. 

CHAMBERLAIN, G., Lanciister. 

CHAMBERLAIN, R., Warwick. 

CHAMBERLAYNE, H. T., Glou- 
cester. 

CHAMBERLAYNE, S. B. H., 
Warwick 

CHAMBERLAYNE, W. T., War- 
wick. 

CHAMBERLIN.T.B., Nottingham 

CHAMBERS, F., Stafford. 

CHAMBERS, Geo. H., Tower 
Samlets 

CHAMBERS, G. W., York— W. R. 

CHAMBERS.J.E. F., Nottingham. 

CHAMBERS, .1. G., Cardi?an. 

CHAMBERS, J. H., Lancasteb. 

CHAMBERS, J. H., Surrey. 

CHAMBERS, W., Cardigan, Car- 
marthen. 



CHAMBERS, W. E., Surrey 
CHAMBRES, P. H., Denbigh. 
CHAMBRES, W., Chester, Den- 
bigh. 
CHAJMLEY, T., Westmoreland. 
CHAMPERNOWNE, A., Devon. 
CHAMPION, J., Nottingham. 
CHAMPLEY, R., York— N. R. 
CHANCE, E., Worcester. 
CHANCE, G., Tower Hamlets. 
CHANCE,H., Warwick, Worcester. 
CHAJSfCE, J. T., Stapford, Wor- 

CHANDLER, A., Surrey. 

CHAPLIN, E., Leicester. 

CHAPLIN, H., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Kest. & Lind. 

CHAPLIN, P., Gloucester. 

CHAPMAN, E., Chester. 

CHAPMAN, E., Lancaster. 

CHAPMAN, F. S., Middlesex 

CHAPMAN, J., Derby. 

CHAPMAN, R., York— W. R. 

CHAPMAN, Rev. C, Kent. 

CHAPMAN, T., Beds. 

CHAPMAN, T., Middlesex. 

CHAPMAN, W., Lancaster. 

CHAPMAN, W., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Lind. 

CHAPMAN, W. G., Kent. 

CHARLES, E. T., Glamorgan. 

CHARLES, J., Middlesex. 

CHARLESWORTH, A. H., York 
— W. R. 

CHARLESWORTH, J. B., York 
— W. R. 

CHARLEWOOD, E. P., Devon. 

CHARLEWOOD, J., Gloucester. 

CHARLTON, St. John, Flint. 

CHARLTON, T. B., Derby, Not- 
tingham. 

CHARLTON, W. O., Northumber- 
land. 

CHARRINGTON, J., Middlesex. 

CHARTERIS, Hon. F. W. W., 
Norfolk. 

CHATTERIS, W. P. B.. Berks. 

CHATTOCK, H. H., Warwick. 

CHAYTOR, C. D.,York— N. R. 

CHAYTOR, H., Durliam. 

CHAYTOR,Bt.,SirW.,York— N.R. 

CHEERE, Rev. E., Cambs. 

CHEETHAM, C, Lancaster. 

CHEETHAM, J., Chester, Lan- 

CHEETHAM, J. F., Chester, Lan- 

CHEETHAM, J. M., Lancaster. 
CHENEY, E. H., Leicestbe. 
CHERRY, G. C, Berks. 
CHESHAM, Lord, Bucks. 
CHESTER, C. A., Bucks. 
CHESTER, C. M., Sussex— W. D. 
CHESTER, H. C. B., Suffolk— E.D. 
CHETWODE, Bt., Sir G. N. L., 

Staiford. 
CHETWYND, Hon. C. C, Sussex 

— W. D. 
CHETWYND, Viscount, Stafford. 
CHETWYND, W., Stafford. 
CHEVALLIER,B., Suffolk— E. D 
CHEVALLIER, Rev.iC. H., Suf 

folk— E. D. 
CHICHESTER, Bt., Sir A. 

Devon. 
CHICHESTER, A. C. (Alphing 

ton), Devon. 
CHICHESTER, A.C.(BroadClyst) 

Devon. 
CHICHESTER, C, Devon. 
CHICHESTER, Earl of, Sussex 

(Ld. Lt. ) 



• CHICHESTER, N., Devon. 

CHICHESTER, R., Devon, 
i CHICHESTER, W. H., Devon. 

CHILD, J. G., Salop, Stafford. 

CHILD, G. W., Oxford. 

CHILD. Bt., Sir S., Stafford. 

CHILD. W. H.. Warwick. 

CHILDE-PEMBERTON, C. O 
Salop. 

CHILDERS, Rt. Hon. H. C. E., 
YOKK— W. R. 

CHILDERS, J. W., Camhs, YoBi; 
— W. R. 

CHILTON. T., Denbigh. 

CHISHOLM-BATTEN,E., Somc:- 

CHOLMELEY, Bt., Sir H. A. E., 
I Lincoln — Pts. of Kest. 
' CHOLMELEY, T. C, York-N. K. 
I — W. R. 

CHOLMLEY, A. J., York— E. B. 

OHOLMLEY, H. W., York -E. U. 
j CHOLMONDELEY, Lord K. V., 
I Bucks. 

j CHOL.\IONDELEY, Marriuis of, 
! Norfolk, Hants. 
I CHOLMONDELEY, R., Salop. 

CHOLMONDELEY, Hon. T. C., 
Chesti:k. 

CHRISTIE, G. H., Norfolk. 

CHRISTIE, H., York— W. R. 

CHRISTIE, Miller S., London. 

CHRISTIE, R. C, Derby, Lan- 

CHRIsflE, W. L., Northamptor, 
Sussex — E. D. 

CHRISTY, R., Chester, Lancaster 

CHRISTY, W., Chester. 
: CHURCHILL, Lord A. S., Middle- 
sex, OXFOKD. 

CHURCHILL, C, Surrey. 

CHURCHILL, C. M., Dorset. 
I CHURCHILL, Lord F. G., Oxford. 

CHURCHILL, G., Dorset, Hants. 

CHURCHILL, G. O., Dorset. 

CHURCHILL, J.,Cumbe--laud. 
, CHURCHILL, Lord R. H. S., 

OXFOBP. 

CHURCHILL. H., Surrey. 
I CHURSTON, Lord, Devon. 

CHURTON, J., Carnarvon. 

CHURTON, J., Flint. 

CHUTE, (;. W. Southampton. 
1 CHUTE, Rev. E. R., Norfolk. 

CLABON, J. M., Kent. 
' CLAGETT, T. W., Devon, 
I Leicester. 

CLARE, C. L., Lancaster. 
■ CLARE, Rev. G. T.. York— E. R. 
! CLARENDON, Earl of, Hertford, 
Warwick. 

CLARK, Bt., Rev. Sir C, Essex. 

CLARK, G. L., Glamorgan. 

CLARK, G. T., Glamorgan. 

CLARK, G. W., Surrey. 

CLARK, H., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Hollfinu 

CLARK, T., V»-iLT^ 

CLARK, W., Somerset. 

CLARK, W. P., Wilts. 

CLARKE, A. W., Monmouth. 

CLARKE, C, London. 

CLARKE, E. S., Devon. 

CLARKE, F., Herfford. 
^ CLARKE, F. G. L. E., Pembroke. 

CLARKE, G.D. A., Northumbeb- 

I LAND. 

CLARKE, G. R., Oxford. 
CLARKE, H. M., Wilts. 
CLARKE, J. A., Lancaster. 
CLARKE, J. A. G., Gloucester. 
CLARKE, J. B. H., Lancaster. 



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THE COUNTY COMPA^nON. 



CLARKE, J. L. G., Gloucester. 

CliARK, Rev. J. W.. Gloucester. 

GLARKE, L. T. G., Brecknock. > 

CLARKE, R. H., Di:vox. 

CLARKE, R. T., NonTHAMPTOX. 

CLARKE, T. E., Devon, Somerset. 

CLARKE, T. S., Northumberland. 

CLARKE, T. S., Youk— E. R., 
York— W. R. 

CLARKE, T. T., Mkldlesex. 

CLARKE, T. T., Norfolk. 

CLARKE-THORNHILL, W. C, 
Mid<Uesex. 

CLAY, Bt.. Sir A. T. F., Surrey. 

CLAY, C. J.. Stafford. 

('LAY', H., Monmouth. 

CLAY, .T. S., Derby. 

CLAYHILLS. J. M.. Y'ork— N. R. 

CLAYTON, A., Dor.-^et. 

CLAYTON, E., L.ixcastek. j 

CLAYTON, N., Lincoln— Pts. of j 
Kest. & Lind. | 

CLAYTON, O. M. P., Mlddleser. 

CLAYTON, R. C. B.. Lancaster. 

CLAYTON, Bt., Sir W. B., Bucks, j 
Norfolk, Carmarthen. i 

CLAYTON, W. C, Durham. 

CLEA8BY, R. D., Brecknock. 

CLEAVE, J. J., Monmouth. 

CLEEVE, F., Kent. 

CLBGG, E. A., Lancaster. 

CLEGG, Rev. J., Beds. 

CLEGG, .T., Lancaster. 

CLEMENTSON, J. M., Chester. 

CLERK, E. H., Somerset. 

CLERK, J.. Leicester. 

CLERK. R. M., Somerset. 

CLEVELAND, Duke of, Durham. 

CLEVELAND, Rev. H., York— 
N. R. 

CLIFF, W. D.. York— W. R. 

CLIFFORD, H. J., Gloucester. 

CLIFFORD, H. M., Hereford. 
(CLIFFORD, Lord, Devon. 
(ILIFFORD, W., Gloucester, Mon- 
mouth 
CLIFFORD-BUTLER, Hon. J. F., 

Devon. 
CLIFTON, H. R., NoHingham. 
CLIFTON, J. T., Lancaster, Lei- 
cester, Rutland. 
('LINE, Hon. G. H. W., Wok- 

CKSTEH. 

(JLINTON, LordC. 'P.,Xofiinqham. 
CLINTON, Lord E., Nottingham. 
CLINTON, Lord, Dkvon. 
CLITHEROW, E. J. S., Middle- 

CLITHEROW, E. J. S., Norfolk. 

CLITHEROW, E. J. S., York— 
E. R. 

(^LIVE, C. M. B., Hkrefokd. 

(.'LIVE, E. H., Hereford. 

CLIVE, Hon. G. H. W. W., Salop, 
Worcester . 

(;LIVE. R. C, Stafford. 

CLOUGH, C. B., Flint. 

CLOUGH, J., York— W. R. 

CLOUGH, W., Y'ork— E. R. 

CLOWES, J., Hereford. 

CLOWES, S. W., Leicester. 

(;LUTTERBUCK, D. H., Wilts. 

CLUTTERBUCK, L., Wilts. 

CLUTTERBUCK, R., Hertford. 

CLUTTERBUCK, T., Northum- 
berland. 

CLUTTERBUCK, W., Gloucester. 

COAPE, J., Hants. 

COATES, E., Hereford, Radnor. 

COATES, J. 'I'., York— W. R. 

COATES, N., Monmouth. 

COBB, T. E., Oxford. 



GOBBE, C. A., York—W. S. 
COB BOLD, E. G., Suffoik— E. D. 
COBBOLD, F. T., Suffolk— E. D. 
COBBOLD, J. C, Suffolk- E. D. 
COBBOLD, T. C, Suffolk— 

E. D. 
COBDEN, F. C. Kadnor. 
COBHAM, A. C, Berks. 
COBHAM, A. W., Berks. 
COCHRANE, A. H., Durham. 
COCHRANE, A. H., York— N. R. 
COCHRANE, B. E. A., Durham. 
COCHRANE, C, StaSord, Wor- 

COCHRANE, H., Y'ork— N. R. 
COCHRANE, J. B., Worcester. 
COCKBURN, Bt., Sir E. C, 

Hereford. 
COCKBURN, W. Y., Surrey. 
COCKER, Lancaster. 
OOGKERHAM, E., York- W. R. 
COCKS, C. L.. Cornwall. 
COCKS, T. S., Bucks, Lincoln, 

Middlesex. 
CODDINGTON, W., Lancaster. 
CODRINGTON, Bt., Sir G. W. H., 

Gloucester. 
CODRINGTON, W. W., Wilts. 
COFFIN, J. R. Pine, Devon. 
COGHILL, H., Sta ord. 
COGHLAN, Sir W. M., Kent. 
COHEN, L. L., London. 
COKE, Hon. E. K. W., Derby, 

Norfolk, Staiiord. 

COKE, E. T., DERBT,NOTTINGHASr, 

COKE, Rev. G. F., Hereford. 
COKE, Sir J.. Hereford. 
COKE, Viscount, Norfolk. 
COKE, W. L., Derby, Nottingham. 
COKE. W. S., Nottingham. 
COLBECK, Rev. W. R., Suffolk 

COLBY, J. v., Cardigan 
COLBY, T., Pembroke. 
COLCHESTER, Lord, Sussex— 

COLCHESTER, M. W. W., Glou- 

COLDHAM, Rev. G., Suffolk— 
W. D. 

COLDHAM, R. J., Norfolk. 

COLE. B. O., Denbigh. 

COLE. E. C. S.. Oxford, Devon. 

COLE, G. B., Middlesex. 

COLEBROOKE, Bt., Sir T. E., 
Middlesex, Surrey. 

COLEMAN, E. J., Bucks. 

COLEMAN, G., Cinque Ports. 

COLEMAN, W., Wilts. 

COLERIDGE, Lord, Devon. 

COLERIDGE, W. R., Devon. 

COLES, E. B., Kent. 

COLES, W. G., Somerset. 

COLFOX, T., Dorset. 

COLFOX, W., Dorset. 

COLLAMBELL, C, Surrey. 

COLLET, M. W., London. 

COLLIER, F., London. 

COLLIER, .1. A., Gloucester. 

COLLIER, ,1. F., Lancaster. 

COLLIER, W. F., Devon. 

COLLIN, Rev. .T., Essex. 

COLLINGWOOD, E. J., Northum- 
berland. 

COLLINGWOOD, E. J., jun., 
Northumberland. 

COLLINGWOOD, F. J. W., Nor 
thumberlnnd. 

COLLINtnVOOD, Rev. R. G., 
Cumberland. 

COLLINS, C. R.. Devon. 

COLLINS, E., Chester. 



COLLINS, .1., Devon. 
COLLINS, Rev. J. F., Berks. 
COLLINS, .7. T., Warwick. 
COLLINS, T., York— AV. R. 
COLLINS-SPLATT, H., Devoit. 
COLLINSON, W., London. 
COLLISON, W. T., Norfolk. 
COLLISON, C. F. H., Suflfolk— 

E. D. 
COLMAN, .T., London, NoRFOtK. 
COLQUHON, J., Monmouth. 
COLST(JN, C. E. H. A., Wilts. 
COLTMAN, Rev. G., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Holl. & Kest. 
COLTMAN, R. P., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Holl. and Kest. 
COLVILE, A. H. A., Stafford. 
COLVILE, C. R., Derbt, Leices- 
ter, Stafford. 
COLVILLE OF CULROSS,Lord, 

Middlesex, Hants. 
COLVIN. R. B., Essex. 
COLY'-TREVILIAN. J. R., Esses. 
COMBE, B. H.. Sussex- E. D. 
COMBE, C, Surrey. 
COMBE, E. H. H.. Suffolk-E. D. 
COMBE, R. H., Surrey. 
COMBE, R. T., Somerset. 
COMBER, T., Lancaster. 
COMBERMERE, Viscount, Ches- 
ter, Salop. 
COMMERELL, Sir .1. E., Hants. 
COMPTON, Earl, Northampton. 
COMPTON, F., Hants. 
CONANT, E. N.. Rutla.nd. 
CONRAN, M., Denbisrh. 
CONRAN, W. A., Devon. 
CONROY, C. G. H. R., Flint. 
CONROY, Bt., Sir .!., Berks, 

Montgomery. 
CONROY, Bt., Sir J., Montgo- 
mery. 
CONS'ETT. W. W. P.,York— N.R. 
CONSTABLE, Bt., Sir F. A. T. C, 

York- E. R. 
CONSTABLE, H. S., York— E. R. 
CONSTABLE, J. Goulton— 

Lincoln — Pts. of Lind. 
CONWAY, C, Monmoutn. 
CONYNGHAM,Marquis of, Keut. 
COODE, A., Cornwall. 
COODE, E., Cornwall. 
COODE, E., Devon. 
COOK, C. J., Esses. 
COOK, Rev. J., Worcester. 
COOK, W., Nottingham. 
COOKE, B. G. D., Denbigh, 

Flint. 
COOKE, C. E. S., York— W. R. 
COOKE, E. B., Sirffolk. 
COOKE, H., Derby. 
COOKE, P. B. D., York-W. R., 

Flint. 
COOKE, W. H., Hereford, Nor- 
folk. 
COOKE, W. M., Middlesex, Tower 
Hamlets. 
I COOKE, W. W., Lancaster. 
COOKES, J. R., Worcester. 
COOKES, T. H., Worcester. 
COOKSON, J., Durham. 
COOKSON, J. (Meldon), Noeih- 

umberland. 
COOKSON, J. (Meldon Park), 

Northumberland. 
COOKSON, W. J., Northumber- 
land. 
COOKSON, W. ,T., Nottingham. 
COOPE, E. J., Leicester. 
COOPE, O. E., Essex. 
COOPE, Bt., Sir W. R. C, I'm-k— 
W. R. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, (fec. 



XXXIX 



COOPKB, Bt.,Sii-A. P. .Hertford, 

Suffolk— W. D. 
COOPER, Hon. C. S., Xokpolk. 
COOPER, jun., F., AVestmoke- 

r.AND. 

COOPER, H. M., Norfolk. 

COOPER, J., Lancaster. 

COOPER, P. H., Nottingham. 

COOPER, R., Warwick. 

COOPER, W. C, Beds. 

COOPER, Rev. W. H., Warwick. 

COOPER, Rev. W. W., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Lind. 

COORE, H., YoKK— N. R. 

COORE, H. M. G., York— N. R. 

COOTE, R., Hants. 

COOTE, T., Hunts. 

COPE, C. H., Stafford, Wai-wick. 

COPE, T., Leicester. 

COPBLAND, A. J., Hertford, 
Londoit. 

COPELAND, R. P., Stafford. 

COPELAND, W. F. M., Hertford, 
Lovdoii, Middlesex, Stafford. 

COPEMAN, G. E., Norfolk. 

COPLE, J., Hereford. 

COPLEY, G. E., York— N. R. 

COPLEY, Bt., Sir J. W., York— 
W. R. 

COPPIN, J., Northnmberland. 

CORBET, H. R., Salop, Staflford. 

CORBET, R., Salop. 

CORBET, Bt., Sir V. R., Salop. 

OORBETT, E., Salop. 

CORBETT, jun., E., Salop, Staf- 
ford. 

CORBBTT, J., Norfolk. 

CORBETT, J., Worcester, 
Mkeioneth. 

CORBETT, .7. S., Glamorgan. 

(CORBETT, U., Chester. 

I^ORBETT-WINDER, W., Moxt- 

QOMBBY. 

CORDES, T., Monmouth. 

CORPIBLD, G. K., Su.^sex- W.D. 

CORK & ORRERY, Earl of, So- 
merset (L(f. Lt.) 

CORKRAN, C, Sun-er. 

CORMACK, W. F., Gloucester. 

CORNER, E., York— N. R. 

CORNEWALL, Bt., Rev. Sir G. 
H., Hereford. 

CORNISH-BOWDEN, J. F., De- 
von. 

tX)RNISH-BOWDEN, W., Devon. 

CORRANCE,F. S. , Suffolk— E.D. 

CORRY, Rt. Hon. H. W. L., Suf- 
folk— W. D. 

CORRY. J., Surrey 

CORY, J., Glamorgan. 

CORY, R., Devon. 

CORY, W., Devon. 

CORYTON, A., Cornwall. 

CORYTON, «. E., Hants. 

CORYTON, W., Cornwall. 

COSENS, G.W., Cardigan. 

COTES, C. C, Salop, Stafford. 

COTES, C. .!., Salop. 

COTGRAVE. T. E., Somerset. 

COTTERELL, Bt., Sir H. G., 
Herbfokd.' 

GOTTBSLOE, Lord, Bucks. 

COTTON, B. T., Hants. 

COTTON, E. T. D., Chester. 

COTTON, R., Westmoreland. 

COTTON, R. H., Derby, Stafford. 

COTTON, Hon. R. S., Salop. 

COTTON, W. H., London. 

COTTON, W. J. R., Hertford, 
London, Middlesex. 

COULMAN, J., York— W. R. 

COITLMAN, W., York— W. R. 



COULSON, E. F., Salop. 

COULSON, J. B. B.,Northumbcr. 
land. 

CODLSON,W. L. B., Northumber- 
land. 

OOULTATE, W. M., Lancaster. 

COULTHART, .7. R., Lancaster. 

COULTHURST, .J.,'York— W. R. 

COURT, H., Berks. 

COURTAULD, G., Essex. 

COURTAULD, S., Essex. 

COURTHOPE, G. C, Kent, 
Sussex— E. D. 

COURTHORPE, G. J., Kent. 

COVENTRY, Earl of, Wobces- 

TKK. 

COVENTRY-CAMPION, J. G., 
Beds. 

COWELL, L., Tower Hamlets. 

COWLEY, Earl, Middlesex. 

COWPER, Earl, Beds— Xtf. Lf., 
Hertford, Kent, Nottingham. 

COWPER, F., Cumberland, West- 
moreland. 

COWPER, Hon. F., Kent. 

COWPER, H., Sussex— W. D. 

COWPER, Hon. H. F., Hertford. 

COWPER, J. C, Lancaster. 

COX, A., Leicester. 

COX, F., MidcUesex. 

COX, H., Kent. 

COX, I. E. B., Middlesex. 

COX, J., Somerset. 

COX, .7. E., Hants. 

COX, .7. R., Dorset. 

COX, R., London. 

COX, R. H., Middlesex. 

COX, R. S., Herbfokd. 

COX, S. R., Derbv. 

COX, S. S., Dorset. 

COX, W., Derby. 

COX, W. H., Surrev. 

COX, W. T., Dorset. 

COX, W. T., Somerset, Dorset. 

COX, W. T. E., Derby. 

COX, W. T. H., Somerset. 

COXE. F. L., Berks. 

COXWELL, C. R., Gloucester, 
Worcester. 

COYNEY, C, Stafford. 

COYNEY, W. M., Stafford. 

CRABBE, Rev. G.. Norfolk. 

CRACKANTHORPE, W., Cum- 
berland, Westmobeland. 

CRACROFT, Rev. R. W., ;Lin- 
coln — Pts. of Lind. 

CRADOCK, C, York- N. R. 

CRAGG, W. S., Lancaster, West- 
moreland 

CRAIG, W. G., Stafford 

CRAKE, V. B., Sussex— E. D. 

CRAKE, W. H., London. 

CRANBROOK, Viscount, Kent, 
York W. R. 

CRANKE, J., Lancaster. 

CRASTER, J., Nohthujibebland. 

CRAUFURD, Bart., Sir C. W. F., 
Lincoln — Pts. of Lind. 

CRAVEN, Earl of, Berks. (Ld.Lt.) 
Warwick. 

CRAVEN, F., Derby 

CRAVEN, F. .7. C, Gloucester. 

CRAVEN, G. C. C, Gloucester. 

CRAVEN, J. (Park House), York 
— W. R. 

CRAVEN, J. (SleetouHall),York 
— W. R. 

CRAVEN, J. A., Northampton. 

CRAVEN. W. G., Cambs., Suffolk 
— W. D. 

CRAAVFORD & BALCARRES, 
Earl of, Lancaster 



CRAWFORD, J., Cinque Ports, 
Lovdoi). 

CRAWFORD, R. W., London. 

CRAWFORD, W., Sussex— E. D. 

CBAWHALL, T. W., Cumberland. 

CRAWLEY, P., Beds, Herts. 

CRAWLEY, J. S., Beds, Hertford. 

CRAWLEY, Rev. W., Mon- 
mouth 

CRAWSHAY, A. T., Brecknock. 

CRAW SHAY, C, Norfolk. 

CRAWSHAY, E., Gloucester. • 

CRAWSHAY, F. B., Glamorgan. 

CRAWSHAY, H., Gloucester. 

CRAWSHAY, T., Glamorgan. 

CRAWSHAY, W., Gloucester. 

CRAWSHAY, W. T., Brecknock, 
Glamorgan. 

CREMER, T. AV., Norfolk. 

CRESSWELL, A. J. B., Nobth- 

UMBKBLANn. 

CRESSWELL, O. C. B., North- 
lunberland. 

CREST. E. N. C, Lincoln. 

CREWDSON, W. D., Westmore- 
land. 

CREWE, Sir J. H., Dn-hy. 

CREWE-READ, O. J., Jlontgo- 
mery. 

CREWE-READ, O. M., Mont- 

GOMKBT. 

CREYKE. R., Middlesex, York— 
E. R., Yoke- W. R. 

CRICHTON, A. W., Hebeford. 

CRICHTON, H. B., Hereford. 

CRIPPS, E. W., Glouce.ster. 

CRIPPS, F., Gloucester. 

CRIPPS, H. W., Bucks. 

CRIPPS, W. J., Gloucester, Kent. 

CRISP, J.. Suffolk— E. D. 

CRITCHLKY, R. I., York— W. R. 

CROFT, G. A. H., York- N. and 
W. R. 

CROFT, Bt., Sir H. G. D., Hebe- 
ford. 

CROFT, Bt., Su- J. F., Kent. 

CROFT, R. B., Hertford. 

CROFT, W.. London. 

CROFTON, S. S. L., Kent. 

CROFTON, Sir W. F., Wilts. 

CROFTS, H. P , Sussex- W. D. 

CROKER, Rev. E. J. M., Suffolk 
— W. D. 

CROLL, A. A., London, Middlesex, 
Sun-ey. 

CROMPTON, J., Lancaster. 

CROMPTON, .7. G., Dkrbt. 

CROOK, Rev. H. S. C, Wilts. 

CROOK, J., Lancaster. 

CROOKE, D. P., Suffolk. 

CROOME, .1. C, Gloucester. 

CROOME, W. P., Gloucester. 

CROPLEY, J., Isle of Ely. 

CROPPER, C. .7.. Wesimobeland. 

CROPPER, J., Westmoreland. 

CROSHAW, G., London. 

CROSLAND, .7., York— W. R. 

CROSLAND, J. S., Leicester, War- 
wick. 

CROSLEY, Sir C. D., Berks, Mid- 
dlesex. 

CROSS, H., Lancaster. 

CROSS, Rev. J. E., Lincohi— 
Pts. of Lind. 

CROSS, J. K., Lancaster. 

CROSS, Rt. Hon. Sir R. A., 
Chester, Lancastbh. 

CROSS, T., Cumberland, Lan- 

CROSS, W. A., Lancaster. 
CROSSE, T. B., Lancasteb. 
CR0SS3,T. R., Lancaster. 



xl 



THE COUNTY COMrANIOX. 



CR0S8FIELD, G., Lancaster. 

UROWFOOT.W.K., Suffolk— K.D. 

CROSSKEY, R., Sussex— E. D. 

(.!ROSSMAN, J. H., Essex. 

CROSSMAN, R., Northumber- 
land. 

CROUCH, Rev. J. F., Hereford. 

('ROWDER, A. (t., Middlesex. 

CROWDER, W. J. R., Cumber- 
land. 

CROWDY, A., Gloucester, War- 
wick 

OROWTHER, W., York— W. R. 

CROXALL, R. F. T., Warwick. 

CRUM, W. G., Chester. 

URUTCHLEY, C, Berks. 

CRUWYS, G. .J., Devon. 

CRYER, J., Chester. 

CUBITT, Rev. F., Norfolk. 

CUBITT.Rev.F. W., Suffolk— E.D. 

CUBITT, Rt. Hon. G., Middlesex, 

SUURET. 

CUBITT, H. A., Norfolk. 

CUBITT, W., Devon. 

CUDDON-FLETCHER, J. B., 
Norfolk. 

I'ULLEY, G. Northumberland. 

CULLEY, M. T., Northumber- 
land. 

CUNARD, Bt., Sir B., Leicester. 

CUNLIFFE, B., Denbigh. 

CUNLIFFE, E., Lancaster. 

CUNLIPFE, E.B., Chester. 

CUNLIFFE, R., Essex, Surrey. 

CUNLIFFE, Bt., Sir R. A., Den- 

BIGH. 

CUNNINGHAM, Rev. F. M., Ox- 
ford. 

CURLING, H.,Kent. 

CiURLING, R., Hertford. 

CURME, Rev. T., Oxford. 

CURRR, W. E. C, Monmouth. 

CURRIE.-B. W., Sm-rey. 

CURRIE, D., London. 

CURRIE, G. W., London. 

CURRIE, H. W., Northampton. 

CURRIE, .!., Surrey. 

CURRIE, J. P.. London. 

CURRIE, R. H. W., Chester. 

CURRY, W., Devon. 

CURTEIS, E. B. H., Su.ssex— 
E.D. 

CURTEIS, P. W., Kent. 

CURTEIS, H., Sussex— E. D. 

CURTEIS, W. C, Norfolk. 

CURTIS, C. W., Cinque Ports. 

CURTIS, C. W., Wilts. 

CURTIS, S. H., Herts, Middlesex. 

CURTIS, T., Hertford. 

CURTIS, Bt., SirW., Wilts. 

CURTIS. W. C.Kent. 

CURTLER, T. G., Worcestee. 

CURWEN, Rev. A. P., Cumber- 
land. 

CURWEN, E., Cumberland. 

CURWEN, H., C0MBKELA.ND. 

CURWEN, Rev. H., Cumberland. 
CURWEN, H. E., Cdmbkrland. 
CURZON, Hon. E. C. Middlesex. 
CURZON, Hon. G. N., Derby. 
CURZON, Hon. H. D., Hants. 
CURZON, N. C, Derby, Leicester. 
CURZON, N. C. 

CURZON. Hon. S. C. H. R., Surrey. 
GUST, Rev. E., York— N. R. 
CUST, E.N. C, Lincoln. 
CUST, H. F. C, Beds, Lincoln— 

Pts. of Kest., Salop. 
CUST, J. F., Northumberland, 

York— W. R. 
CUST, R. N., Middlesex. 
CUSTANCE, P. H., Norfolk. 



CUSTANCE, SirH. P., Norfolk. 
CUTHBERT, W., Northusibeb- 

LiND. 



DACRE, Lord, Hertford. 

DACRE, Rev. W., Cumberland. 

DACRES,SirR. J.,Towcr Hamlets, 
(Constable). 

D'AETH, N. H., Kent. 

DAGLISH, J., Dm-ham. 

DAGLISH, R., Chester. 

DAGLISH, R., Lancaster. 

DAINTREE, J. O., Cambs. 

DAKIN, J., London. 

DAKIN, Sir T,, Londox, Mid- 
dlesex. 

DALBIAC, H. E. A., Hertford, 
Middlesex, Susses. 

DALE, C, Herts. 

DALE, D., Durham. 

DALE, G. P., York— N. R. 

DALE, .1. B., Durham. 

DALGETTY, P. G., Southampton. 

DALHOUSIE, Earl of. Lancaster 

DALISON, Rev. J. B., Isle of Ely. 

DALISON, M. D. D., Liucoln— 
Parts of Lindsey 

DALISON, M. H'. Kent, Lincoln 
—Pts. of Lind. 

DALLAS, G. P., Westmoreland. 

DALTON, D. F. G., Somerset. 

DALTON, J., Ripon. 

DALTON, Rev. T., Cumberland. 

DALY, Sir H. D., Hants. 

DALY. Dr. O., York— E. R. 

DAMER, L. S. D., Middlesex. 

DAMER, L. S. W. D., Dorset. 

DAMPIEB, S. R., Somerset. 

DANBDZ, J. B., Sussex. 

DANBUZ, J. C, Cornwall. 

DANGAN, Viscount, Berks, Wilts. 

DANIEL, C. L. P., Cornwall. 

DANIEL, Rev. J. J., Wilts. 

DANIEL, T. C, Devon. 

DANIEL, T. W., Norfolk. 

DANIELL, H. J., Leicester. 

DANKS, B., Worcester. 

DANSEY, R. J., Hereford. 

DARBISHIRE, G. S., Lancaster 

DARBISHIRE, H. A., Kent. 

DARBISHIRE, W. A., Carnarvon. 

DARBY, A. E. W., Salop. 

DARBY, Rev. G. W., Norfolk. 

DARBY, W. H., Denbiofh. 

DARBYSHIRE, B., Chester. 

DARELL, L. E., Gloucester. 

DARELL, Bt., Rev. Su- W. L., 
Gloucester. 

DARLEY, A., Y^ork— E. R. 

DARLEY, A. H., York— N. R. 

DARLEY, C. A., Y^ORK— E. R. 

DARLEY,H..Y'ork— E.R.and N.R. 

DARLINGTON, j., Warwick. 

DARNELL, Lt.-Col., Devon 
j DARNELL, R. M., York—i^. R. 

DARNELL, Rev. W., Northum- 
berland. 

DARNLEY, Earl of, Kent. 

DART, .1. H., Southampton. 

DARTMOUTH, Earl of, Salop, 
Stafford. 

DARWIN, C. R., Kent. 
DARWIN, P., Nottingham. 
DARWIN, P., Y^oRK— W. R. 
DARWIN, R., Derby. 
DASHWOOD, C. L,, 'Nottingham. 
DASH WOOD, F. L., Oxford. 
DASHWOOD, G. J. E., Oxford. 
DASHWOOD, Bt., Sir H. W., 

Oxford. 
DASHWOOD, ?,!., Kent. 



DASHWOOD, R., Norfolk. 

DASHWOOD, R., Suffolk— E. D, 

DASHWOOD, T. A., Hertford. 

DAUBENEY, Sir H. C. B., Mid- 
dlesex. 

DAUBENY, L., Somerset. 

DAUBUZ, J. B., Essex. 

DAUNCEY, P., Buckingham. 

DAVENPORT, B. W., Stajforcl. 

DAVENPORT, C. E., York-N. R. 

DAVENPORT, E. H., Salop. 

DAVENPORT, Rev. G. H., Here- 
ford. 

DAVENPORT, H. T., Stafford. 

DAVENPORT, J. V/. H., Chester. 

DAVENPORT, W. B., Chester, 
Warwick. 

DAVEY", G. H., Glamorgan. 

DAVEY, R., Cornwall. 

DAVEY, R. S., Cinque Ports. 

DAVID, C. W., Glamorgan. 

DAVID, E., Glamorgan. 

DAVIDSON, S., London. 

DAVIE, Rev. C. R. F., Norfolk. 

DAVIE, G. C, Devon. 

DAVIE, J. D. P., Devon. 

DAVIE, Bt., Sir H. R. F., DEvoy, 
Somerset. 

DAVIE, J. D. P., Carmarthen. \ 

DAVIE, J. D. P., Somerset. 

DAVIES, Archdeacon, Brecknock. 

DAVIES, B., Lancaster. 

DAVIES, D. Glamorgan. 

DAVIES, M.P., D., Cardigan, 
Montg-omerv. 

DAVIES, D. G., Cardigan. | 

DAVIES, D. P., Glamorgan. 

DAVIES, E.,Dcnliigh,Montgomery | 

DAVIES, E. M., Carmarthen, 
Merioneth. 

DAVIES, Rev. P., Norfolk. 

DAVIES, H. P., Susses— B. D., 
Worcester. 

DAVIES, J., Gloucester. 

DAVIES, J., Monmouth. 

DAVIES, J., Montgomery. 

DAVIES, Rev. .!., Hereford, Rad- 
nor. 

DAVIES, J. II., Radnor. 

DAVIES, J. M., Cardigan, Car- 
marthen. 

DAVIES, J. P., Montgomery. 

DAVIES, J. R., Carnarvon. 

DAVIES, M., Cardigan. 

DAVIES, M. L. v., Cardigan. 

DAVIES, Rev. O., Cardigan. 

DAVIES, O. E., Pembroke. 

DAVIES, P., Brecknock. 

DAVIES, R., Anglesey. 

DAVIES, R., Anglesey. 

DAVIES, R. (BotDonbed), Car- 
narvon. 

DA VIES,R.(Treborth), Carnarvon 

DAVIES, R. J., Cardigan. 

DAVIES, R. P., Gloucester, 
Pembroke. 

DAVIES, T., Cardigan, Pembroke. 

DAVIES, Rev. T. Z., Denbigh, 

Flint. 
DAVIES, W., Brecknock. 
DAVIES, W., Gloucester. 
DAVIES, jutt., W., Gloucester. 
DAVIES, W., Haverfordwest. 
DAVIES, W., Merioneth. 
DAVIES, W. J., Monmouth. 
DAVIES, W. T. S. K., Hereford. 
DAVIS, D.(Aberdare), Glamorgan, 

Merioneth. 
DAVIS, D. (Caerphilly), Glamor- 
gan. 
DAVIS, E., Brecknock. 
DAVIS, G. W. W., Pembroke. 



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xli 



DAVIS, J. C, Essex. 

DAVIS, Bt., K.c.D., Sir J. F., 
Gloucester. 

DAVIS, L., Glamorgan. 

DAVIS, L., Merioneth. 

DAVIS, E., Surrey. 

DAVIS, R. S. B., Oxford. 

DAVIS, T. A., Sussex— W.D. 

DAVIS, T. H., Haverfordwest. 

DAVIS, W., Glamorgan. 

DAVISON, T., Dm-ham. 

DAVY, Rev. C. R., Gloucester. 

DAVY, G. B., Leicester, Notting- 
ham. 

DAVY, J. T., Devon. 

DAVY, J. W., Norfolk. 

DAVY, R. M., Devon. 

DAVYS, R. C, Brecknock, Car- 
marthen. 

DAVYS, W. C, Breckxock. 

DAVYS, W. D. H. CC.vEiiAHiHEif 

DAWBAM, R. Cambs. 

DAWES, E. S., Kent. 

DAWKINS. R. Devon. 

DAWNAY, Hon. J. C.York—N.B. 

DAWNAY, Hon. P., York— N. R. 

DAWNAY, Hon. W. F., York— 
N. R. 

DAWSON, A. F., Derby. 

DAWSON, E. B., Lancaster. 

DAWSON, E. F., Leicestee. 

DAWSON, R., Devon. 

DAWSON, T., Cumberland. 

DAWSON, T., Westmoreland. 

DAY, J. A., Sussex— E. D. 

DAY, R. B., Hertford. 

DAY, S. H., Essex. 

DAYMAN, C. O., Tower Hamlets. 

DAYRELL, E. M., Bucks. 

DEACON, J. H., Devon. 

DEACON, .T. P., Devon. 

DEAKIN, J. H., Middlesex. 

DEAN, W. C, Southampton. 

DEANE, F. H., Middlesex. 

DEANE, G. O., Gloucester. 

DEANE, W. A., Devon. 

DEANE, W. H., Southampton. 

DEARDKN, J., Sussex— E. D. 

DEARDEN, J., York— W. R. 

DEARDEN, J. G., Lancaster. 

DE BARY, R. L., Warwick. 

DE BATHE, Bt., Sir H. P., Susses 
-W. D. 

DECIE, R. P., Hrbefoed, Wor- 
cester. 

DE COURCY, W. M., Cornwa.ll. 

DE CRESPIGNY, Bt., Sir C. C, 
Essex. 

DEEDES, Rev. G. F., Essex. 

DEEDES, Rev. J., Kent. 

DEEDES, W., Kext. 

DE FERRIERES, The Baron, 
Gloucester. 

DE GREY, Earl, York— W. R. 

DE HERIZ, Rev. F. S., Salop. 

DE HORSEY, A. R., Southamp- 
ton. 

DE LA HERE, Rev. J. B., Glou- 

DBLAMERE, Lord, Chestee. 
DE LAUNE, C. de L. F., Kent. 
DE LA WARR, Earl, Cambs., 

Kent, Sussex. ' 

DE LA ZOUCHE, Lord, Sussex— 

W. D. 
DE L'ISLE & DUDLEY, Lord, 

Kent, York— N. R. 
DE MAULEY, Lord, Oxford. 
DE RUTZEN, A., Middlesex. 
jDE TEISSIER, J.T., Sussex— E.D. 
|DENBIGH, Earl of, Leicester, 

Warwick, Flint. 



DENDY, R., Sussex— W. D. 
DENE, W. A., Devon. 
DENISON, C. B., York— W. R. 
DENISON, W. B., York- W. R. 
DENISON, W. E., Nottingham. 
DENMAN, Lord, Derby. 
DENMAN, Hon. R., Sussex— 

W. D. 
DENNE, L. H., Kent. 
DENNE, R. a., Kent. 
DENNE, T., Kent. 
DENNIS, G. B., Cornwall. 
DENNIS, T. J., Devon. 
DENNIS, W. W., Tower Hamlets. 
DENNY, Rev. R., York— W. R. 
DENNY, Rev. R. C, SufEolk— 

E.D. 
DENNY, T. A., Loudon. 
DENT, J., Iliddlegex. 
DENT, J. C, Gloucester. 
DENT, J. C, Worcester. 
DENT, J. D., Y'ORK- W. R. 
DENT, R. .T., York— N. R. 
DENT, V. F., Southampton. 
DENT, W. D., Lancaster. 
DENTON, J. B., Hertford. 
DE PLEDGE, Rev. J. P., Durham. 
DERBY, Earl of, Lancaster. 
DERING, C. E., Kent. 
DERING, Bt., Sir E. C, Kent. 
DERING, H. N., Kent. 
DERMER, E. C, Surrey. 
DE RODES, W. H., Dekbt, York 

— W. R. 
DERWENT, Lord, Yoek— N. R. 
DE SALIS, Rev. H., Snrrer. 
DE SALIS, W. F., Middlesex, 

vriits. 

DE SKELTON, J. D., Ciunber- 
land. 

DE TRAFFORD, A. H., Warwick. 

DE TRAFFORD, Bt., Sir H., Lan- 
caster. 

DE TRAFFORD, S. C, Lancaster. 

DEVAS, C. F., Kent. 

DEVAS, H., Derbv. 

DEVER ELL,W. H., Southampton. 

DEVEREL'X, Hon. G.T., Oxford. 

DEVEREUX, Hon. H. de B., 
Hereford. 

DEVON, Earl of, Devon. 

DEVON, H. C, Devon. 

DEVONSHIRE, Duke of, Derby, 
{L<L Lf.), Lanc-.sier, Sussex. 

DEW, F. N., Hereford. 

DEW, Rev. H., Hereford. 

DEW, T., Brecknock. 

DEW, T., Hereford, Radnor. 

DEWAR, W. W. M., Oxford. 

DEWHIRST, J. B., York— W. R. 

DEWHURST, G. B., Chester. 

DEWHURST, G. C, Che.ster. 

DEWHURST, E., Lancaster. 

DEWING, E. M., Suffolk— W. D. 

DE WINTON, R.H., Hereford. 

DE WINTON, T.. Gloucester. 

DE YARBURGH, G. W. B., York 

D'EYis"C'0URT, L. C. T., Middle- 
sex, Tower Hamlets. 

DICK, .!., Essex. 

DICKENS, T., Lancaster. 

DICKENSON, H. B. F., Wilts. 

DICKENSON, .!., Cumberland. 

DICKENSON, W., Lancaster. 

DICKIN, G. L., Denbigh. 

DICKIN, T. A. M., Salop. 

DICKINS, C. S. S., Sussex— W. D. 

DICKINS, W., Gloucester, War- 
WICK, Worcester. 

DICKINS, W. P., Warwick. 

DICKINSON, E. H., Somerset. 



DICKINSON, F. H., Somebset. 
DICKINSON, J., Bucks. 
DICKINSON, J., Cumberland. 
DICKINSON,,!. D., Brecknock. 
DICKINSON, R., Durham. 
DICKINSON, W., Cumberland. 
DICKSON, A. B., Lancaster. 
DICKSON, L. S., Middlesex. 
DIGBY, Hon. A. K., Somerset. 
DIGBY, A. W., Devon. 
DIGBY, Hon. C. H. M., Dorset. 
DIGBY, G. D. W., Dorset. 
DIGBY, .1. A., Dorset. 
DIGBY, J. D. W., Wam-ick. 
DIGBY, Lord, Dorset. 
DIGBY, W. G. D. W., Dorset. 
DIGHTON, Rev. C. E., Glou- 

DIGHTON, J. H., Gloucester. 

DILKE, W. G. P., Warwick. 

DILLWYN. H. de la B., Glamor- 
gan. 

DILWYN, L. L., Glamorgan. 

DIMMOCK, J., Lancaster. 

DIMMOCK, J., Stafford. 

DIMSDALE, Hon. Baron, Hert- 
ford. 

DIMSDALE. J. C, London. 

DIMSDALE.Hon.R. B.,MidcUesex. 

DINGWALL, C, Surrey. 

DIPNALL, J. F. T., Suffolk. 

DISBROWE, Rev. H. S., Lincoha 
— Pts. of Holl. 

DISNEY, E., Essex. 

DISNEY, E. .1., Essex. 

DIVETT, J., Devon. 

DIXIE, Bt., Sir A. B. C, Leicester. 

DIXON, E., Stafford. 

DIXON, G., Chester. 

DIXON, G., Warwick. 

DIXON, G. H., Cumberland. 

DIXON, G. M., Derby. 

DIXON, H., Sussex— E. D. 

DIXON, .!., Devon. 

DIXON, J., London. 

DIXON, M. T., Gloucester. 

DIXON, T., Cumberland. 

DIXON, T. G., Flint. 

DIXSON, Rev. J. J., Lancaster. 

DOBEDE, H. F., Cambs., Suffolk 
— W. D. 

DOBREE, B., London. 

DOBREE, S., Somerset. 

DODD, G. A., Middlesex. 

DODDS, J., Durham. 

DODGSON, R. B., Lancaster. 

DODSLEY, R. M. E. W., Not- 
tingham. 

DODSON, J. G., Sussex— E.D. 

DODSWORTH, Bt., Sii- C. E. 
York— N. R. 

DOE, .1. B., Middlesex. 

DOHERTY, J., Worcester. 

DOLPHIN, Rev. J., Norfolk. 

DOMVILLE, Bt., Sir J. G., Sus- 
sex— E. D. 

DONEGAL, Marquis of, Berks, 
Middlesex. 

DONEL,. J, Chester. 

DONKIN, R. S., Northumberland. 

DONNE. W. B., Norfolk. 

DONNINGTON, Lord, Lancaster, 
Leicester. 

DONNISON, Rev. J. W. S., Nor- 
folk. 

DONNITHORNE, B. H., Middle- 

DONOVAN, A., Sussex- E. D. 
DORINGTON, .1. E., Glouce tor. 
DORMER, Lord, Warwick. 
DORNFORD,K. E.G., Glamorgan. 
DOUGHTY, C. Hereford. 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



DOUGHTY, TT M., Suffolk— E. D. 

DOUGLAS, A. Akors, Kent. 

DOUGLAS, Hon. E. W., South- 
ampton. 

DOUGLAS, H., Hunts. 

DOUGLAS, H. S.,Leice.ster. 

DOUGLAS, R«v. W. W., Wor- 
cester. 

DOULTON, H., London. 

DOVE, Rev. J. T., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Holl. 

DOVETON, F. B., Somerset. 

DOWDESWELL, A. C, Worce.ster. 

DOWDESWELL, W., Gloucestei-, 

WOKCKSTKR. 

DOWDESWELL, W. E., Wob- 

CESTEB. 

DOWELL, W. M., Devon. 
DOWNES, T. W. J., Hereford. 
DOWSON, B., Norfolk. 
DOWSON, T. E. H., Oiimberland. 
DOXAT, E. T., Hertford. 
DOYLE, J. A., Brecknock. 
D'OYLEY, Sir J. H., Dorset. 
D'OYLY', Bt., Sir C. W., Dorset. 
D'OYLY, W., Nottingham. 
D'OY'LY', W., Sussex— E. D. 
DRAFFEN, W. P., Hertford. 
DRAKE, Rev. E. T., Buckingham. 
DRAKE, Rev. J. T., Northampton. 
DRAKE, T. G., Sussex— W. D. 
DRAKE, T. T., Buckingham. 
DRAKE, T. W. T., Buckingham. 
DRANE, T., Cumberland. 
DRAX, J. S. W. S. E., Dorset. 
DREW, R. P., Essex. 
DREWE, E., Devon. 
DREWE. F. E., Devon. 
DREWETT, D. O., Durham. 
DRIFFIELD, W., York— N. R. 
DRINKWATER, P. B., Devon. 
DRUilMOND, C. G. A., Leicester. 
DRUMMOND, E. A., Southamp- 

TOX. 

DRUMMOND, J., Buckingham. 
DRUMMOND, Bt., Sir J. H., Oak- 

MAHTHKX. 

DRURY-LOWE, W. D. N., Derby. 
DRYDEN, Bt., Sir H. E. L., 

NOKTH\5IPTON. 

DUBERLY, W., Hunts. 

DU BOULAY, E. de V., Wilts. 

DU BOULAY, J., Dorset, Wilts. 

DU BUISSON, W., CARMAltTHEN. 

DU CANE, Sir C, Esses. 
DUCIK, Earl of, Gloucester (Ld. 

Lt.), Oxford. 
DUCK. G. N., York— N. R. 
DUCKBTT, Bt., Sir G. F., Mid- 

dJcssxt 
DUCKWORTH, Bt., Sir J. T. B., 

Devon. 
DUCKWORTH, R., Somerset. 
DUCKV,'ORTH, Rev. W. A. 

Somerset. 
DUDLEY, Earl of, Stafford, Wob- 

CESTf.R. 

DUDSETT, Bt. Sir G. F., MiD- 

DI^ESEr 

DUFF, Capt., Anglesey. 
DUFF, R. G., Carnarvon. 
DUFF, R. G., Southampton. 
DUFFERIN, Earl of, Middlesex. 
DUFFIELD, C. P., Berks. 
DUFTON. Rev. J., Kent. 
DUGDALE, A., Lancaster. 
DUGDALE, .7., Lancaster. 
DUGDALE, .7., Montgomery. 
DUGDALE, .1. B., Warwick. 
DUGDALE, .T. M., Montgomery. 
DUGDALE, .1. S., Warwick. 
DUGDALE, W., Lancaster. 



DUGDALE, W. S., Warwick. 
DUGMORE, H. .1. D., Norfolk. 
DULEEP SINGH, H. H. Ma- 

haraiah, Suffolk— W. D. 
DUKE, Rev. C, Wilts. 
DUNCOMBE, A. (PockUngton), 

York— E. B. 
DUNCOMBE, A. (Scarborough), 

York— N. R. 
DUNCOMBE, Hon. A., York- 

DUNCOMBE, A. C, Derby, Staf- 
ford. 

DUNCOMBE, Hon. C, York— 
N. R. 

DUNCOMBE, Col., York— E. R. 

DUNCOMBE. G. A., York— E. R. 

DUNCOMBE, P. H. P., Bucking- 
ham. 

DUNCOMBE, Bt., Sir T. D. P., 
Buckingham, Northamptoii. 

DUNCOMBE, Vice-Admii-al, Mid- 
dlesex. 

DUNCOMBE, W. H. O., Beds., 
Hunts. 

DUNDAS, Hon. and Rev. C, Lin- 
coln— Pts. of Lind. 

DUNDAS, Hon. J. C, Y'ork— 
N. R. 

DUNDAS, AV., Berks. 

DUNDERDALE, R., Lancaster. 

DUNLOP, W., York— W. R. 

DUNN, ,T. R., Sussex— E. D. 

Dl'NN, N. .7., Pembroke. 

DUNN, W. H.. Berks. 

DUNNE, T., Hereford. 

DUNTZE, Bt., Sir J. L., Devon. 

DUPPA, G., Kent. 

DU PRE, C. G., Buckingham. 

DURANT, R., Hertford, Mid- 
dlesex. 

DURY, T. H., Derby. 

DUTHY, Rev. W., Northampton. 

DUTTON, Hon. E. L., Glouces- 
ter. 

DUTTON, Hon. J. T., Southamp- 
ton. 

DUTTON, Hon. R. H., Southamp- 
ton. 

DY'ER, N. N., Worcester. 

DYER, Bt., Sir S. H., Smrey. 

DYKE, J. D., Kent. 

DYKE, Bt., Su- W. Hart, Kent. 

DY'KES, L. F. B., Cumberland. 

DYMOND, E. E., Beds. 

DY'NEVOR, Lord, Gloucester, 
Carmarthen. 

DYOTT, R., Stafford. 

DYSON, E., Kent. 

DYSON, Rev. F., Wilts. 

DY'SON, J., York— W. R. 

DY'STER, F. D., Pembroke. 



EAGLES. Rev. C. L., Hereford. 
EARDLEY-WILMOTT, Bt., Sii- J. 

E., Kent, Warwick. 
EARLE, F. W., Lancaster. 
EARLE, Rev. H. J., Essex. 
EARLE, Bt., Sir T., Lancaster. 
EARLE, W. H., Southampton. 
EARNSHAW, E., York— W. R. 
EAST, Bt., Sir G. A. C, Berks. 
EAST, W. Q., London. 
EASTHAM, .7., Mormiouth. 
EASTHAM, R.. Monmouth. 
70ASTMKNT, F. M., Somerset. 
EASTWIC^K, W. .7., London. 
EASTWOOD, F. E., Surrey. 
EASTWOOD, J., Fort— W. R. 
EASTWOOD, J. F., Sun-ev. 



EATON, C. O., Northampton, 
PeterTjorough, Salop. 

EATON, H. W., SutTulk. 

EBDEN, C. J., Sussex. 

EBRINGTON, Viscount, Devon. 

EBURY, Lord, Chester, Hertford, 
Middlesex. 

ECCLES, C, Surrey. 

ECCLES, .7., Lancaster. 

ECCLES, R., Lancaster. 

ECCLES, T., Lancaster. 

ECCLES, W. H., Soiithamiaon. 

ECKERSLEY', N., Lancaster. 

ECROY'D, W. F., Lancaster. 

EDEN, H., Norfolk, Suffolk. 

EDEN, .7., Durham. 

EDEN, Rt. Rev. R., Essex. 

EDEN, Bt., Sir W., Durham. 

EDGCUMBE, Hon. C. E., Com- 
wall. 

EDGE, .7., Stafford. 

EDGE, J. T., Nottingham. 

EDGELL, Rev. E. B., Wilts. 

EDGELL, G. R., Somerset. 

EDGELL, R. W., Surrey. 

EDGELL, Rev. W. C, Suffolk. 

EDLIN, P. H., Middlesex. 

EDLMAXN, F. J., Kent. 

EDMOND. W., Glamorgan. 

EDMOND, W., Glamorgan. 

EDMONn7;S, Rev. C.G.. Cardigan 

K1)M( )X 1 ) i:S, Rev. T., Glamorgan. 

EDMONDS, .iun., E., Somerset. 

EDMONDSON, T. G., Lancaster. 

EDMUNDS, R. J., Salop, Mont- 
gomerv. 

EDRIDGE, T. R., Surrey. 

EDWARDES, Rev. F. F., Gla- 
morgan. 

EDWARDES, Bt., Sir H. S.. 
Salop. 

EDWARDES, O. T., Pembkokk. 

EDWARDS, A. H., York— W. R. 

EDWARDS, A. .T., Essex. 

EDWARDS, Rev. B., Norfolk. 

P:DWARDS, C, Cardigan, Meri- 
oneth. 

EDWARDS, C, Somerset. 

EDWARDS, C. E. M., Meri- 
oneth. 

EDWARDS, C. G., York— W. R. 

EDWARDS, C. L. F., Somerset. 

EDWARDS, P. W.L., Carnarvon. 

EDWARDS, G., Suffolk. 

EDWARDS, G. W., Cardigan. 

EDWARDS, H., Anglesey. 

EDWARDS, Rev. H., Devon. 

EDWARDS, H., Doiw^ Middle- 
sex, Surrey. 

EDWARDS," Bt., Sir H., York— 
W. R. 

EDWARDS, H. C. L., York— 
AV.R. 

EDWARDS, H. R., Essex. 

EDWARDS, H. W. B., Norfolk. 

EDWARDS, .7., Carnarvon. 

EDWARDS, P. C, Tork—\\. R. 

EDWARDS, R., Essex. 

EDWARDS, R., Glamorgan. 

ErnVARDS, S., Surrey. 

EDWARDS, St. L. F. H., Salop. 

EDWARDS, W., Stafford. 

EDWARDS, V^. T., Glamorgan. 

EDWARDS-MOSS, Bt., Sir T. 
Laneafter. 

EFFINGHAM, Earl of, Y'ork— 
W. R. 

EGERTON, Hon. A. F.. Derby. 

EGERTON, C. A., Sussex— E. D. 

EGERTON, C. C, Essex. 

EGERTON, Hon. F., Surrev. 

EGERTON, G. M. L., Notts. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, &C. 



xliii 



EGERTON, Bt., Sir P. de B,. 
Chester. 

EGERTON, Hon. W., Chester. 

EGERTON OF TATTON, Lord, 
Chester (i(?. Lt.). 

EGERTOX-WARBURTON, P., 
Chester. 

EGERTON- WARBURTON, R. 
E., Chesteb. 

EGGINTON, A., York— E. R. 

EGGINTON, J. S., York— B. R. 

EGMONT, Earl of, Bucks, North- 
ampton, ~ SunKBY Sussex — 
W. D. 

ELDON, Earl of, Dorset. 

KLERS, W., Kent, Sussex— E. D . 

KLIN, G., Hertford. 

ELIOT, Hon. C. G. C, Cornwall. 

ELIOT, R. F., Dorset. 

ELIOT, W., Dorset. 

ELIOT. R., Westmoreland. 

ELKIXGTON, F., Worcester. 

ELKINGTON, .T. B., Carmarthen. 

ELLAMES, .1. P., Buckingham. 

ELLERSHAW, J., York— W. R. 

ELLESMERE, Earl of, Lancaster, 
Northampton. 

ELLETSON, D. H., Lancaster. 

ELLICOMBE, G. B., Devon. 

ELLIOT, Bt., Sir G., Durham, 
Monmouth, Glamorgan. 

ELLIOT, Rev. G., Westmore- 
land. 

ELLIOT, G. C, Dorset. 

ELLIOT, G. W., York— N. R. 

ELLIOT, J. J., Devon. 

ELLIOT, W., Cumberland. 

ELLIOTT, G. H., Berks, South- 
ampton. 

ELLIOTT, G. L., Brecknock. 

ELLIOTT, J. B. B., Essex. 

ELLIS, B. T., Carnarvon. 

ELLIS, P., Hants. 

ELLIS, J., Leicester. 

ELLIS, J., York— W. R. 

ELLIS, J. .!., Kent. 

ELLIS, J. W., LoNDOJT. 

ELLIS, Rev. ,T. W., Carnarvon 
Merioxeth. 

ELLIS, R., York— W. R. 

ELLIS, R. H., York— W. R. 

ELLISON, C. C, Lancaster. 

ELLISON, C. E., Tower Hamlets. 

ELLISON, F. B., Ripon. 

ELLISON, J. R. C, Northumber- 
land. 

ELLISON, R., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Kesteven and Lindsey. 
ELLISON, R.C., Durham, NoRTH- 

rMBERLAND. 

ELLISON, R. G., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Kesteven and Lindsey. 

ELMHIRST, Rev. E., Leicester. 

ELPHINSTONE, Bt., SirH., Sus- 
sex— E. D. 

ELPHINSTONE, H. W., Sussex 
— E. D. 

ELSDEN-EVERARD, R. C. F., 
Norfolk. 

ELSEY, J. G., Middlesex, Tower 
Hamlets. 

ELSLEY, C, York— N. R. 

ELTON, Bt., Sir A.^., Somerset. 

ELTON, C. J., Somerset. 

ELTON, E. H., Somerset. 

ELTON, Bt., Sir E. M., Devon. 

ELWELL, A., Stafford. 

ELWES, H. .r., Gloucester. 

ELWES, .1. H., Gloucester. 

ELWES, R. H. M., EssEX.Sutfolk. 

ELWIN, H.. Norfolk. 

ELWON, T. L., York— N. R. 



EMERIS, W. R., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsev. 
EMINS(3n, J. B., Durham. 
EMLYN, Viscovmt, Carmarthen, 

Pembroke. 
EMMERSON, J. T.. Chester. 
EilPSON, .1. W.. Worcester, York 

— E.R. and W. R. 
EMPSON, R. C, Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsev, York— W. R. 
EMSLEY, T., York— W. R. 
ENFIELD, Viscount, Hertford, 

Middlesex, Surrey. 
ENGLAND, R., Norfolk. 
ENGLAND, T. T., Lancaster. 
ENGLISH, A. W., Peterborough, 

York— N. R. 
ENGLISH, H. H., Peterborough. 
ENGLISH, J. T., Cornwall, 

Devon. 
ENSOR, C. P. S., Norfolk. 
EXTWISLE, A., Hants. 
ENTWISLE, T., Hants. 
EXYS, F. G., Cornwall. 
ERNST, H., Somerset. 
ERRINGTON, G. H., Essex. 
ERRINGTON, J., Nokthumber. 

LAND. 

ERRINGTON, Bt., Sir J. S., Suf- 
folk. 
i ERSKINE, Hon. A. W., Cumber- 
i land. 

ERSKINE, Bt., Sir T., Denbigh. 

ESCOTT, Rev. W. S., Somerset. 

ESDAILE, C. E. J., Somerset. 
I ESDAILE, J. K., Sussex— 
1 E. D. 
I ESDAILE, W. C. D., SoutHamp- 

] TON. 

ESKRIGGE, .1., Chester. 
! ESMEADE, G. M. M., Wilt.s. 

ESSERY, R. A., Glamorgan. 
i ESSEX, Earl of, Hertford. 

ESTCOURT, G. T.J, S., Glouces- 
ter, Wilts. 

ETHELSTON, R. P., Salop. 

ETTRICK, A., Durham. 

ETWALL, R., Southampton. 

EVAN-THOMAS. C.,E. Brecuock. 

EVANS, B., Pembroke. 

EVANS, Capt., Anglesev. 

EVANS, Rev. C. J.. Norfolk. 

EVANS, D., Brecknock. 

EVANS, Rev. D., Carnarvon. 

EVANS, E., Denbigh. 

EVANS, Rev. E., Oxford. 

EVANS, E. B., Hbeepord, 
W^orcGstcr. 

EVANS, E. E., Haverfordwest. 

EVANS, E. M., Rmlnor. 

EVANS, F. G.. Glamorgan. 

EVANS, G. H. P., Cardigan. 

EVANS, H. Glamorgan. 

EVANS, H. D., Cardigan, Car- 
marthen. 

EVANS, H. J., Glamorgan. 

EVANS, Rev. J., Denbigh. 

EVANS, ,y., Lancaster, Denbigh. 

EVANS, J., Hertford. 

EVANS. ,T., Montgomery. 

EVANS. J. B., Hereford, Car- 
marthen. 

EVANS, Rev. J. J., Radnor. 

EVANS, N., Hertford. 

EVANS, O., Carnarvon. 

EVANS, S., Cardiean. 

EVANS, Rev. T., Monmouth. 

EVANS, T., Sussex— W. D. 

EVANS, T. P., Anglesey. 

EVANS, T. J., Brecknock, Car- 
marthen, Glamorgan. 

EVANS, T. W., Derbt. 



EVANS, W., Derby. 

EVANS, Rev. W.. Flint. 

EVANS, W. B., Hereford. 

EVANS, W. H., Dorset, Somerset. 

EVANS, W. L., Lancaster. 

EVELYX, G. P., Kent. 

EVELYX, W. J., Surrey. 

EVERARD. B., Leicester. 

EVERARD, H. S. C, Lincoln— 
Pts. of Holland. 

EVERED, A. R. G., Somerset. 

EVERED, R. G., Somerset. 

EVERETT, G., Hants. 

EVERETT, J., Southampton. 

EVERETT, W., Hants. 

EVERETT, W., Southampton. 

EVERITT, G. A., Warwick, 
AVorcester. 

EVERITT, .1., Norfolk. 

EVERITT, J. F., Wilts. 

EVERITT, W. E., Worcester. 

EVERS, F., Stafford, Worcester. 

EVERSLEY, Viscount, South- 
ampton. 

EVERY, Bt., Sir H. F., Derbt. 
Stafford. 

EVILL, W., Surrey. 

EWART, J. A., Stafford. 

EWEX, .1. L., Suissex— W. D. 

EWING, Rev. J. A., Hertford. 

EXETER, Marquis of, Lincoln— 
Pts. of Kesteven, Northampton, 
Salop. 

EYKYN, R., Berks, Northampton. 

EYRE, C, Berks. 

EYRE, G. B., Berks. 

EYRE, G. E., Southampton, AVilts. 

EYRE, G. E. B., Wilts. 

EYRE, H., Nottingham. 

EYSTON, C. J., Berks. 

EYTON, T. C, Salop. 

EYTOX, T. W., Flint. 



FAIR, T., Lancaster. 
FAIRBAIRN, Bt., Sir A., York— 

W. R. 
FAIRBAIRN, Bt., Sir T., Lan- 
caster, Southampton. 
FAIRFAX, T. F., York— W. B. 
FAIRLES-HUMPHREYS, N. W. 

Montgomery. 
FALCOX, M.', Cumberland. 
FALCOX, T. H., Cumberland. 
FALCOXER, T., Monmouth. 
FALCOX KR, T., Monmouth, 

Brecknock. 
FALCOXER, Rev. W., Hertford. 
FALKLAND, Lord, York- N. R. 
FALLOWS, W., York— N. R. 
FALMOUTH, Visct., Cornwaei. 

Kent. 
FAXE, C. T., Middlesex. 
FAXT;, E. D., Wilts. 
FAXE, F. a., Lincoln— Pts. Ol 

Kesteven. 
FANE, H., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Kesteven. 
FANE, J. A., Oxford. 
FANE, N. H., B. H., Devon. 
FANE, Hon. S. C. B. P., 

Somerset. 
FANE, W. D., Nottingham. 
FANNIXG, W., Oxford. 
FAXSHAWE, H. D., Oxford. 
FARLEY, i;., Stafford. 
FARLOW, .1. K., London. 
FARMER, G., Montgomery. 
FARMER, W. R. G., Subeet. 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



KAHNALL, H. B., Kent. 
FARNKLL, H. B., Devon. 
FARNIIAM, W. E.. J. B.. Leicester. 
FAKQUHAU, Bt., SirW. R., Mid- 

(Uc.HOX, iSUHBHT. 

KAKQU II ARSON, \<). C, Dorset. 

(•"ARQUHARSON, .1. .T., Dokset. 

FARR, W. \V., Southampton. 

KARRAR, F., London. 

FARRK, A., Merioneth. 

FARRKR, ir. R., Youk— W. R. 

KARRKR, (). C, Dorset. 

H'ARHKll, T. H., SuiTey. 

KARRKR, \V., Westmoreland. 

FARRINGTON, Bt., Sir H. A., 
Devon. 

FAULUONER, T., Middlesex. 

KAWCETT, J., Cumberland. 

FAWCKTT, J., DuuuAM, North- 
umberland. 

FAWCETT, J. H., Westmoreland. 

KAWCETT, R. M., Camhg. 

l-'AWCETT, T., York—W. R. 

KAWKES, A.. York— W. R. 

FKETHAM, J., Durham. 

Kl'llLDEN, R., Lancaster. 

KKILDEN, S., Lancaster 

I'KILDEN, W. L., Lancaster. 

I'KLL, J., Lancaster. 

FKLL, Rev. J. A., Cumberland. 

FELL, S. Ct., Lancaster. 

FKLLOWES, Rev. C, Norfolk. 

FELLOWES, E., Hunts., Norfolk. 

FELLOWES, E. J., Norfolk. 

FELLOWES, Rev. E. L., Cambs. 

FELLOWES, ,T., Dorset. 

FELLOWES, J. H., Dorset. 

FELLOWES, R., Leicester, Noe- 

FOLK. 

FELLOWES, T. H. B., Hertford. 
FELLOWES, W. H.,lHunts. 
FELLOWS, G., Notts. 
KEFjLOWS, Rev. S., Norfolk. 
FENTON, J. (Bamford), Lan- 
caster. 
PEXTON, J., Gloucester. 
FENTON, J. Hazlehurst), Lan- 

FENTON, J. (Rochdale), Lan- 

FENToisT, J. (Torquay), Lan- 

FENToisr, J., York— W. E. 
FENTON, W., Lancaster. 
FEWVICK, C. R., Hertford. 
I'ENWICK, F. J., London. 
F EX WICK, G. C, Leicester. 
FEXWICK, G. J., Durham. 
Fi;X\VICK, Rev. J., Norfolk. 
FEXWICK, .7. C. J., Durham. 
FEXWICK, R., York— N. R. 
FENWrCK, T. F., Westmoreland. 
FENWICK-BISSET,M., Somerset. 
KENWICK-FENWICK, T., Lan- 

FEXWICK, T. F., York— W. R. 

I'ERARD, C. C, Berks. 

FEREDAY, T., Stafford, Wor- 
cester. 

FEREDAY-SMITH, G. S., Kent. 

•■'ERGUSON, Rev. D., York— 
E. R. 

FERGUSON, G. H. H. O., Cum- 
berland. 

FERGUSON, R'., Cumberland. 

FERGUSON, R. S., ('umberland. 

FERlUTSON-FAWSITT, Major, 
York— E. R. 

FERGUSSON, R. C, London. 

FERMSTONE, H. O., Stafford, 
Worcester. 

PERNIE, W. J., Lancaster. 



FRRNLEY, G. A., Chester, Den- 
bigh. 
FERRAND, W., York— W. R. 
FERRERS, Lord, Derby, Leices- 

TKH, StaVFORD. 

FERRERS, M. E., Warwick. 
I FETIIERSTONH-'^UGH, C.CcM- 

FETHERSTONHAUGH, R. P., 

DOKSHT. 

F ETH ERSTONHAUGH, T., CUM- 

BKULAND, 

FEVERSHAM, Earl of, York— 

W. R. 
FFOLKRS, .1. H. B., Norfolk. 
FFOLKES, Bt., Sir W. H. B., 

Norfolk. 
FFOULKES, J. H., Denbigh. 
PFOULKBS, J. J., Denbigh, 

Flint. 
FFOULKES, W. W., Chester. 
FFYTCHE, J. L., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Lindsey. 
PICKLIN,T. .L, Cambs. 
FIDLER, E., Cumberland. 
FIELD, D. W., Lincoln— Pts. of 

of Lindsey. 
FIELD, E., Southampton. 
FIELD, G. H., Kent. 
FIELD, .1., Surrey. 
FIELD, Rev. J., York, N. R. 
FIELD, Rev. T., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Lindsey. 
FIELDEN, J., (Dobroyd) Lan- 
caster, York — W. R. 
FIELDEN, J. (Stansfield Hall), 

Lancaster, Y'ork — W. R. 
FIELDEN, J. (Centre Vale), 

Lancaster. 
FIELDEN. M. J., Lancaster. 
FIELDING, Hon. P. R. B., Wilts. 
PIENNES, Hon. J. F. T. W., 

Middlesex, Oxford, Warwick. 
FIPE-COOKSON, J. C, DnRiiAii. 
PINNIS. T. Q., London. 
PIGGINS, .1., London, Middlesex. 
PILLINGHAM, G., Nottingham. 
FILMER, Bt., Sir E., Kent. 
FINCH, C. A. W., Carnarvon, 

Denbigh. 
FINCH, Hon. C. W., Kent. 
FINCH, E. H. W., York— N. R. 
FINCH, G. H., Rutland. 
FINCH, H. ('., Hertford. 
FINCH, H. W., Denbigh. 
PINCH, Rev. W., Hunts. 
FINCH-HATTON, M. E. G., Lin- 
coln — Pts. of Kesteven. 
PINNIS, G. C, Middlesex. 
FINNIS, S., Kent. 
PINNIS, T. Q., London. 
FINZBL, C.W., Somerset. 
FIRBANK, .T., Monmouth. 
FIRTH, P. H., Devon. 
FIRTH, T. P., York— W. R. 
FISH, .1., Lancaster. 
FISHER, C, Cumberland. 
FISHER, C. E. G., Carmarthen. 
FISHER, C. J., Kent, Sussex— 

E. D. 
FISHER, G., Glamorgan. 
FISHER, G., London. 
FISHER, Rev. G. H.. Stafford. 
FISHER, .J. C, Cumberland. 
FISHER, S., Haverfordwest. 
FISHER, S. S. H.H., Glamorgan. 
FISHER, W., Montgomery. 
FISHER, W., Stafford, Warwick. 
PISON, ^V., York— W. R. 
FITZGERALD, Bt., Sir G. R. D., 

Essex, Lancaster. 
FITZGERALD, H.T.G., Somerset. 



FITZGERALD, J., Suffolk- E. D. 

FITZGERALD, Rev. J. A. H., 
Suffolk— E. D. 

FITZGERALD, Lord, Berks., 
Tower Hamlets. 

FITZGERALD, R. P., Southamp- 
ton. 

FITZGERALD, T., Sussex— E. D. 

FITZGERALD, W. G. S. V., 
Sussex— W. D. 

FITZGERALD, W. H. D., WUts. 

FITZGERALD, Sir W. R. S. V., 
Sussex— W. D. 

FITZHARDINGE, Lord, Glou- 
cester. 

FITZHKRBERT, B. T., Stafford. 

FITZUEHI3ERT, .T. K., Derby. 

FITZHERBERT, R. H., Notting- 
ham. 

PITZHERBERT, Bt., Sir W., 
Derby, Stafford, 

FITZHUGH, T. L., Denbigh. 

FITZMAURICE, Lord C. Wilts. 

PITZMAURICE, Hon. J. T., 

PITZMAYER, Sir J.W., Hereford. 

FITZROY, Lord C, Northampton. 

PITZROY, F. H., Southampton. 

FITZROY, Lord F. J., Northamp- 
ton, Sussex— E. D. 

FITZROY, H., Suffolk— W. D. 

PITZROY, W. S. H., Norfolk, 
Surrey, Warwick. 

PITZ WILLIAM, Earl, York- W. 
P.. (Ld. Li.), Peterborough. 

PITZWILLIAM, C. AV. W., Himts, 
Peterborough. 

PITZWILLIAM, AV. T. W., Peter- 
borough. 

PITZWILLI.\MS, C. H. L., Car- 
digan, Carmarthen. 

PITZWYGR.^M, Bt., Sir F. W. J., 
Southam]iton. 

FLATTELEY, D. I. Lancaster. 

FLEET, T. H., Kent. 

FLEMING, .!., Devon. 

FLEMING, J.. Middlesex. 

FLEMING, S. H. le, Westmore- 
land. 

FLEMING, T. J. W., Southampton, 

FLEMING, Kt., Sir V., Surrey. 

FLETCHER, A., Lancaster. 

FLETCHER, C. E., Devon. 

FLETCHER, C. .!., Sussex- W.D. 

FLETCHER, G. H., Surrey. 

FLETCHER, H., Cumberland. 

FLETCHER, Bt., Sir H., Surrey, 
Sussex— AV. D. 

FLETCHER, H. H., Cumberland. 

FLETCHER, Rev. H. T.,Lincoln— 
Pts. of Holland and Kesteven. 

FLETCHER, .T., Cumberland. 

FLETCHER, .1. D., Middlesex. 

FLETCHER, .T. S., Middlesex. 

FLETCHER, .1. T., Middlesex. 

FLETCHER, L. .1. AV., Kent. 

FLETCHER, R., Lancaster. 

FLETCHER, jun., R., Lancaster. 

FLETCHER, T. AV., Stafford, 
AVorcesteb. 

FLETCHER, W., Cumberland. 

FLINT, F., Kent. 

FLOOD, W. H., Worcester. 

FLOWER, A., Beds, Hertford. 

PLOAVEB, C, London. 

FLOAVER, E. P., Warwick. 

FLOAVER, P. AV., Glamorgan. 

FLOAVERDEW, R. .!., Lancaster. 

FLOAA'ERS, P., Middlesex, Tower 
Hamlets. 

FLOYER, G. AV., Dorset. 

FLOYER, J., Dorset. 



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FLUDYER, A. J., Rutland. 
FLUDYER.Bt., Sir J. H., Rutland. 
FOAKER, F., Essex. 
F0LD8. .T., Lancaster. 
FOLEY, Lord, Sdreky, TV^reeiter. 
FOLEY, H. .r. W. H., Hereford, 

Sta,FFOKI>, WoRfESTKR. 

FOLEY. P. H., Stafford. 

FOL.JAMBE, C. G. S., Xotti>-g- 
HAM, York— E. R., York— N. R. 

FOLJAMBE, F. J. S., Notting- 
ham, York— W. R. 

FOLJAMBE, T., York— N. R., 
York— W. R. 

FOLKESTONE, Viscount, Berks, 
Wilts. 

FONNEREAU, T. N., Suflolk- 
E. D. 

FOORD, C. R., Kent. 

FOORD, Rev. R. H., York— E. R. 

FORBES, A. C, Oxford. 

FORBES. (;. W., Wilts. 

FORBES, J., Kent. 

FORBES, L.. Dorset. 

FORBES, J. S., Kent. 

FORD, St. U., Gloucester. 

FORD, Rev. C. H., Diuham. 

FORD, E., Middlesex. 

FORD, J., Somerset. 

FORD. J.. Middlesex. 

FORD, T., Glamorgan. 

FORD, W., Lancaster. 

FORDHAM, E. K., Bedford, 
Cambs., Hertford. 

FORDHAM, F. J., Cambs. 

FORDHAM, H., Hertford. 

FORESTER, Lord, Salop, Staf- 
ford. 

FORESTER. W. H., Glamorgan. 

PORMBY, M. L., Essex. 

PORMBY, iun., R., Lancaster. 

PORMBY, Rev. R. E., Essex. 

FORREST, R., GLimorgan. 

FORREST, W. C, Southampton. 

F0R8TER, Bt., Sir C, Stafford. 

FORSTER, iuu., C, Stafford. 

FORSTER, C. F., Durham. 

FORSTER, F. V., Stafford. 

FORSTER, G. B., Northumber- 
laTid. 

FORSTER, J., Hants. 

FORSTER, J. H., Stafford. 

FORSTER, R., Northumberland. 

FORSTER, W., Cumberland. 

FORSTER.AV. E., Westmoreland, 
York— W. R. 

FORSYTH, W., >tidcUesex. 

FORT, G. M., Wilts. 

FORT, .T., Hertford. 

FORT, R., Lancaster. 

PORTESCUE, Hon. D. F., Devon. 

FORTESCUE, Earl, Devon. 

FORTESCUE, E. F. K., Warwick. 

FORTESCUE. P.. Kent. 

FORTESCUE, J. P.. Essex, 
Devon. 

FORTESCUE, M., Devon. 

FORTESCUE, W. B., D ton. 

PORTNUM, C. D. E., iiiddlesex. 

FORWOOD, T. B., Chester. 

FOSTER, A. B., Dorset. 

FOSTER, A. B., Stafford. 

FOSTER, A. B., York— W. R. 

FOSTER, E. B., BerKs, Cambs. 

FOSTER, G., Lancaster. 

FOSTER, G., York— W. R. 

FOSTER, Rev. J., Essex. 

POSTER, J., York— N. R., York 
— W. R. 

FOSTER, J. N., Bedford. 

POSTER, J. T., Essex. 

FOSTER, J. W., York—^. R. 



FOSTER, A., Cornwall. 

FOSTER, S. P., ClMBEBLAND. 

POSTER, Bt., Sir W., Norfolk. 

FOSTER, W., Lancaster, Y'OHK— 
W. R. 

FOSTER, W. H., Northampton. 

FOSTER, W. H., SiLOP. 

FOSTER, W. O., Salop, Stafford, 
Worcester. 

FOSTER-MELLIAR, W. M., 
Somerset. 

FOTHERGILL, G., Westmore- 
land, Glamorgan. 

FOTHERGILL, H.. Glamorgan. 

FOUNT AINE, A. C Norfolk. 

FOWDKN, J., Cav'iigan. 

FOWKE, P. G.. Lei: e.ster. 

POWKE, Bt., Sir P. T., Leices- 
ter. 

FOWKE, W. v., Essex. 

FOWLE, W. H., Wilts. 

FOWLER, G. G., Suffolk— E. D. 

FOWLER, J. C, Brecknock, Gla- 
morgan. 

FOWLER, M., Durham, Y'ork- 
N. R. 

FOWLER, R.,Durham, Lancaster. 

FOWLER, R., Kent. 

FOWLER, R., York- N. R. 

FOWLER, R. N., Londoit, Mid- 
dlesex. Wilts. 

FOWLER, T. T., Berks. 

FOWLER, W., Essex. 

FOWLER, W., Wanvick. 

FOWLER, W., Wilts. 

FOX, P., York- N. R. 

FOX, T. E., Devon. 

FOX, G.. Stafford. 

FOX, G. C, Cornwall. 

POX, G. L., York— W. R. 

FOX, G. S. P. L., York— W. R. 

FOX, .T. H., Somerset. 

FOX, J. T. R. L., York— W. R. 

FOX, J. W., Chester. 

FOX, J. W., Lincoln— Pts. of Lind- 
sev. 

FOX, S., Somerset. 

FOX, T., York— N. R. 

FOX, W., Southampton. 

POX, W. E., Lincoln— Pts. of Lind- 

FOX, W. H., Oxford. 

FOX, W. v., Chester. 

FOXCROPT, E. T. D., Somerset. 

FOY, W. L. T., London. 

PRANCE, A., Montgomery. 

FRANCE, Rev. G.. Norfolk. 

PRANCE, G. P., Middlesex. 

FRANCE, J. P., Middlesex. 

FRANCE-HAYHURST, C. H., 
Chester. 

FRANCE-HAYHURST, H, H., 
Salop. 

FRANCE-HAY^HURST, Rev. T., 
Chester. 

FRANCIS, G. G., Glamorgan, 

FRANCIS, J.. Gloucester, 

FRANCIS, J. R., Glamorgan. 

FRANCKLIN, J. L., Nottingham. 

FRANK, P. B., York— W. R. 

FRANK, R. H., Derbv, Stafford. 

FRANKLEN, C. R., Glamorgan. 

FRAN'KLEX, R., Glamorgan. 

FRANKLIN, C. T., Hereford. 

PRANKS, J., Essex, Monmouth. 

ERASER, Bt., Sir W. A., Middle- 
sex. 

PRAZER, T., London. 

FREELAND, H.W.,Sussex— W.D. 

FREEMAN, Rev. A. E. R., Chdde, 
Hereford. 

FREEMAN, C, Surrey. 



K., London, 
R., London, 



■ FREEMAN, E. A., Somerset. 
FREEMAN, H. W., Gloucester. 
FREEMANTLE, A. W. L., Middle- 
sex. 

, FREEMANTLE, Hon. E. R., 
I Bucks. 
FREEMANTLE, P., Berks. 

■ FREEMANTLE, Hon. T. F., 

BOCKP. 

PREME, J. H., Salop. 

I FREER, C. T., Leicestek. 
' FREER, L., Stafford. 

FREER, L., Worcester. 
I FREER, R. L., Stafford, Wor- 
I cester. 
I PREKE, A. H. D., Wilts. 

FREKE, Hon. W. C. E., Rutland. 
I FREMANTLE, Hon. C. W., Mid- 
) dlesex. 

FREMANTLE, P. R., Sussex— 
W. D. 
t FRENCH, E. P., Chester. 

FRENCH, Rev. P., Suffolk— E. D. 
' FREXCH, G., Kent. 

FRENCH, R. D., Suffolk— E. D. 

FRENCH, Rev. T. L., Suffolk— 
I E.D. 

FRERE, Rev. C, Suffolk— E. E. 

FRERE, G. E., Norfolk. 

FRERE, Rev. H. T., Norfolk. 

FRERE, J. T., Norfolk. 
I FRERE, J. L. B., London. 

PRESHPIELD, C. 
1 Surrev. 

PRESHPIELD, H. 
1 Sussex — E. D. 

PREWEN, M. J. E., Suffolk— 
W. R. 

FRIEND, J. T., Kent, London. 

FROST, E. P., Cambs. 

FROST, P. A., Lancaster. 

FROST, H., Cambs. 

FROST, Sir G. T., Montgomery. 

FROST, M., Chester, Flint. 

FROST, R., Flint. 
• FRY, J., Essex, Havering-atte- 
j Bower. 
j FRY, T. H.. Lon'Jon. 

FRYT;R, p. E. R., Suffolk— W. R. 
' FRYER, H. C, Cardigan. 
! FRYER, J., Durham. 
- FRYER, .T., Isle of Ely. 
I FRY'ER, J. R., Isle of Ely, Nor- 
folk. 

FRYER, W. P., Stafford. 

FRYER. W. R., Dorset. 

FULPORD, P. D., Devon. 

FULLER, A. C. L., London. 

FULLER, B., Bucks, Hertford. 

PULLER, G. P., Wilts. 

FULLER, J. S., Bucks. 

FURLEY, R., Kent. 

FURSDON, C, Devon. 

FURZE. Rev. C. W., Devon. 

FUST, H. J., Gloucester. 

FUST, jun., H. J., Gloucester. 

FYLER, J. W. T., Dorset. 

FYTCHE, A., Essex. 

PYTCHE, J. L., Derby. 



GABELL, A. R., Brecknock, 
GABRIEL, T., London. 
GABRIEL, Bt., Sir T., London, 

MidrUesex, Surrey. 
GADESDEN, A. W., Middlesex, 

Tower Hamlets, Surrey. 
GAEL, S. H., Gloucester. 
GAINSBOROUGH, Earl of, 

Gloucester, Rutland, Worcester. 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION'. 



GAINSFORD, W. D., York— ] 

GAISFORD, T., Srssr.x— W. R. 1 

GATSFORD, T., Wilts. 

GALK, H. R. H., J,;uic-aster. 

GALE, Rev. J. H., Wilts. 

GALL, J., Norfolk. 

GALLWEY, Bt., Sir W. P. York 
— N. R. 

GALSWORTHY, E. H.,MidcUesex 

GALTON, v., W.vKWicK.. 

GAl/rON, E., SoMnitsET. 

GALTOX, T. H., WoitcusTEit. 

(iAIjWAY, Viscouut, Notting- 
ham. 

GAMBLE, D., Lancaster. 

GAMBLE, F., Lincoln— Parts of 
Liudsey. 

GANDY,"P., Westmokelastd. 

GANDY, H., WESTMOIlELA:!fD, 

York— W. R. 
GANDY, J. G., Westmoreland. 
GAPE, J. J., Hertford. 
GARDINER, H. L., Middlesex. ■ 
GARDINER, T., Lancaster. 
GARDNER, J., Lancaster. 
GARDNER, J. D., Cajibs. 
GARDNER, ,T. T. A., Gloucester. 
GARDNER, R. C, Lancaster. 
GARDNER, W., Gloncester. 
GARDNER, W. D., Cambs. 
GARFIT, T., Lincoln— Parts of 

Holland and Lindsev. 
GARFIT, T. 0., Lincoln— Parts of 

Holland and Lindsev. 
GARFIT, W., Lincoln— Parts of 

Holland. 
GARFORD, F., Middlesex. 
GARFORTH, W. E., Chester. 
GARLAND, Rev. G. V., Dorset. 
GARLAND, T. B., Berks. 
GARNETT, C, Stafford, War- 
wick. 
GARNETT, C. H., Lancaster. 
GARNETT, H., Lancaster. 
GARNETT, J., Lancaster. 
GARNETT, R., Staiford, War- 
wick. 
GARNETT, W. (Clitheroe), Lan- 
caster. 
GARNETT, W. (Quemnue Park), 

Lancastee. 
GARNETT, W., York— W. R., 

Ripon. 
GARNETT.BOTFIELD, Rev. 

W. B., Salop. 
GARNIER, J. C, Southampton. 
GARRARD, C. B. D., Hertford. 
GARRATT, J., Devon. 
GARRATT, J. A. T., Devon. 
GARRETT, A. R., Chester. 
GARRETT, Rev. W. T., York— 

N. R. 
GARRON-WHITBY, —Stafford. 
GARTH, T. C, Beuks. 
GASUOIGNB, F. C. T., Y'ork— 

W..R. 
GASCOYNE, W. W., Kent. 
GASKELL, C. G. M., Y^ork— W.R. 
GASKELL, G. M., York— W. R. 
GASKELL, H., Lancaster. 
GASKELL, H., jun., Lancaster. 
GASKELL, H. L., Lancaster, 

Oxford. 
GASKELL, .1. W., Chester. 
GASKELL, W. P., Bucks. 
GASSIOT, J. P., London, Sun-ey. 
GATACRE, E., Cardigan. 
GATCHELL, .!., Somerset. 
GATCLIFF, W. W., Ripon. 
(iATES, H. P.. Hunts, Peter- 
borou,^h. 



GATHORNE-HARDY.Hon.J. S., 

Kent. 
GATTY,C.H.,Sun-ey,Susscx— E.D. 

GATTY, F. A., Lancaster. 

GAUNT, J., Cinque Ports. 

GAUSSEN, Rev. J. A., Lincoln- 
Parts of Lindsey. 

GAUSSEN, R. C, Herts. 

GAY, J. (Thurnina:), Nohfolk. 

GAY, J. juur., Norfolk. 

GAY, .7., (AldbLirough), Norfolk. 

GEARY, Bt., Sir F., Kent. 

GEARY, W.,Kent. 

GEE, Rev. Canon, Hertford. 

GELDARD, J., York— W. R. 

GELL, H., Derby. 

GEM, E., Worcester. 

GEORGE, Rev. D. J., Hereford. 

GEORGE, O. W., Pembroke. 

GEPP, Rev. E. F., Essex. 

GERARD, E.,Durham,Y^ork—N.R. 

GERARD, F., Warwick, Worcester 

GERARD, F. S., Lancaster. 

GERMAN,.!., Kent. 

GERMAN, .1., Lancaster. 

GERMON, R. C, Devon. 

GERRARD, J., Lancaster. 

GERRARD, Lord, L\.ncaster. 

GETHING, G. B., Monmovith. 

GIBB, F. T., Cardigan. 

GIBBARD, L. G. S., Beds. 

GIBBON, E., Lancaster. 

GIBBONS, Rev. G. B., Cornwall. 

GIBBON, J. S., Glamorgan. 

GIBBONS, Bt., Sir J., Middleskx. 

GIBBONS, J. S., Gloucester, 
Worcester. 

GIBBS, A., Somerset. 

GIBBS, A., Sussex— E. D. 

GIBBS, C. E., Suffolk— W. D. 

GIBBS, H.H., Hertford, ioHrfo», 
Middlesex. 

GIBSON, G. C. C, Sussex— W. D. 

GIBSON, J., W^ESTMOEELAND. 

GIBSON, R., Lancaster. 

GIBSON, T. M., Suffolk— E. D. 

GIDLOW, .!.. Lancaster. 
, GTFFARD, SirH. S., Carmarthen. 
I GIFFARD, W. T . C, Stafford. 

GIFFARD, Rev. W. W. G., Lin- 
coln — Parts of Lindsev. 
i GIFFORD, Hon. R. J., Devon. 

GILBERT, C. D., CornwaU. 
: GILBERT, T. D., Norfolk. 

GILBERT, W. A., Norfolk. 

GILBERTSON, A., Glamorgan. 
, GILBERTSON R.,CarcUgan. 

GILBERT &0N, W., Brecknock, 
! Glamorgan. 
I GILES, .7. Somerset. 

GILES-PULLER.A. G., Hertford. 
1 GILKES, E., York— N. R. 

GILL, R. B. E., Devon 

GILL, R. P., Chester 

GILL, T., Montgomery. 

GILL, T. W.. Denbigh. 

GILL, Rev. W., Devon. 

GILLESPIE, a., Middlesex, Sus- 
sex — E. D. 

GILLETT, R. H., Norfolk. 

GILLETT, Wm., He-eford. 

GILLIAT, .7. S., Hertford. 

GILLIAT, J. S., London. 

GILLOW, R. C, Lancaster. 

GILLOW, R. T., Lancaster. 

GILLOW. W., Kent. 

GILMOUR, H. B., Lancaster. 

GILPIN, Bt., Sir R. T., Bedford. 

GILPIN, B., Stafford. 

GILSTRAP, W., Suffolk— W. D. 

GIRARDOT, Rev. J. C, Notting- 
ham. 



GIRARDOT, J. F., Nottingham. 
GISBORNE, H. F., Derbv. 
GISBORNE, T. M., Dekby. 
GISBORNE, T. M., Leicester. 
GISBOURNE, W. .!., Hereford. 
GLADSTONE, A. R.. Lancaster. 
GLADSTONE, .1. E., Wilts. 
GLADSTONE, W. H., Flint. 
GLADWIN. H..7., Hertford. 
GLASBROOK, J., Glamorgan. 
GLEN, G., Oxford. 
GLENNY, W. W., Essex. 
GLENCROSS, Rev. J., Cornwall. 
GLOSSOP, P. H. N., MiDDLE- 

GLOSSOP, J. .7., Dor,set, Middle- 
sex, Somerset. 

GLOVER, .7., Lancaster. 

GLOVER, R. R., Middlesex. 

GLYN, Rev. C. .7., Dorset. 

GLYN, C. S., Dorset. 

GLYN, C. W. F., Essex. 

GLYN, Hon. P., London. 

GLYN, Bt., Sir R. G., Dorset. 

GLYNN, W. A., Southampton. 

GOAD, C. W., York— E. R. 

GOAD, G. M., Southampton. 

GODDARD, A. A., Wilts. 

GODDARD, A. L., Wilts. 

(tODDARD, D. H., Durham. 

GODDARD, Rev. D. W., Oxford. 

GODDARD, Rev. F.,AVilts. 

GODDARD, H. N., Oxford, Wilts. 

GODDARD, J. H., Stafford. 

GODDEN, J. R. P., Somer.set. 

GODFREY, H., Gloucester. 

GODFREY, J. F., Kent. 

GODFREY, Rev. W., Cambs, Suf- 
folk— W. D. 

GODLEE, B., Susses— E. D. 

GODMAN, A. P., York— N. R. 

GODMAN, E. T., Gloucester. 

GODMAN, J., Sm-rev. 

GODMAN, .7., Sussex— W. D. 

GODSAL, P. W., Salop, Flint. 

GODSON, G. R., Hereford, Wor- 

C6St6r. 

GODWIN, .7. v., Y'ork— W. R. 

GODWIN-AUSTEN, R. A. C, 
Surrey. 

GOFF, .7., Southampton. 

GOFF, T., Somer.set. 

GOGGIN, Rev. .7. F., Lancaster. 

GOLDFINCH, H. R., Sussex. 

GOLDNEY, Bt., Sir G., Wilts. 

GOLDSMID, Bt., Sir .7., Kent. 
I GOOCH, Bt., Sir D., Berks. 

GOOCH, T., Hertford. 
I GOOD, Rev. C. P., Stafford. 

GOODALL, L. E., Bucks. 

G00DCH1LD,P. P. P., Leicester. 

GOODEVE, H. H., Gloucester. 

GOODDAY, A. R., Essex. 

GOODDEN, H. C, Dorset. 

GOODDEN, .7., Dorset, Somerset. 

GOODDEN, .7. R. P., Dorset. 

GOODDEN, Rev. W. .7., Dorset. 

GOOKFORD, Rev. C. O., Somer- 
set. 

GOODHART. C. E., Kent. 

GOODING, W., Somerset. 

GOODLAKE, T. L., Berks, Ox- 
ford. 

GOODMAN, J. D.. Warwick. 

GOODMAN, P. S., Sussex— W. D. 

GOODRICH, J., Denbigh. 

GOODRIDGE, J. C, Devon. 

GOODSON, .7., Middlesex, Norfolk. 

GOODWIN, E., Cambs. 

GOODWIN, K. H.. Derbv. 

GORDON, C. W., Dorset. 

GOOanON, G. H., Wilts. 



LIST or LOKDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, (tu. 



GORDON, G. T., Kent. 
GORDON, Sir H. W., Middlesex. 
GORDON, M. F., Surrey. 
GORDON, W. B., Cumberland. 
GORDON, W. F., StaSord. 
GORING, Bt., Sir C, Sussex— 

W.D. 
GORING, Rev. .T., Sussex— W. D. 
GOSCHEN, C. H., London. 
GOSCHEN, Rt. Hon. G. J., Kent, 

London, Sussex — E. D. 
GOSLING, R., Herts., Esses. 
GOSLING, S. F., Stafford. 
GOSSAGE, F. H., Lancaster. 
GOSSETT, A., Kent. 
GOSSETT, F. R. M., Kent. 
GOSTLING-ilURRAY, C. E., 

Middlesex. 
GOUGH, F. R. D. A., Brecknock, 

Glamorgan. 
G0UGH,"F. AV., Leicester. 
GOUGH, R. D., Brecknock, 

Glamor jran. | 

GOUGH, R. D., MontETomcry. i 

GOUGH, R. D., Staffm-d. ' 

GOULBURN, E.. Surrey. ! 

GOULD, H. C, Glamorcrau. 
GOULD, H. C, Monmouth. 
GOURLEY, E. T., Drnn.vM. 
GOW, T., Northumberland. 
GOWER, E., Carmarthen. 
GOWER, E., Pembroke. 
GOWER, E. F. L., Bcrby, Siirrey. 
GOWER, G. W. G. L., Subbey. 
GOWER, J. E. L., Berks. 
GOWER, J. L., Bbkks, Essex, 

Wilts. 
GOWER, R. F., Cardigan. 
GOWER, R. F., Carmarthen. 
GRABURN, Oapt., York— E. R. 
GRACE, J., Chester. 
GRACE, S., Sussex— E. D. 
GRAFTON, Duke of, Bucks, 

NoKTH.vMrTO>r, Suffolk. 
GRAFTON, F. W., Lanca.ster. 
GRAHA<M, D., Chester. 
GRAHAM, Bt.,SirF. N.,CrMB];E- 

t.VJJD. 

GRAHAM, G. A., Gloucester. 

GRAHAM, J., Devon. 

GRAHAM, J., Monmouth. 

GRAHAM, Rev. M. R., Cumber- 
land. 

GRAHAM, Rev. P., Lancaster; 

GRAHAM, R. .T., Cumberland. 

GRAHAM, R. J., Sussex— E. D. 

GRAHAM, W., Berks. 

GRAHAM, \V., V.'estmorland. 

GRANT, A. W., Northampton. 

GRANT, C. W., Somerset. 

GRANT, E. F., Kent. 

GRANT, Sir .T. P., Hertford. 

GRANT, R. T. A., Hants. 

GRANT, W,, Hants. 

GRANT, W. L., Middlesex. 

GRANT-DALTON, D. F., Dorset 
Somerset. 

GRANTHAM, W., Sussex— E. D. 

GRANVILLE, B., Hertford. 

GRANVILLE, Earl, Cinque Ports, 
{Ld. Warden), Salop. 

GRANVILLE, F., Wabwick. 

GRATREX,T., Monmouth, Breck- 
nock. 

GRAVES, Rev. J., Bucks. 

GRAVES, Lord, Cornwall. 

GRAY, Rev. C. B., Bucks. 

GRAY, Rev. G. R., Worcester. 

GRAY, J.. Middlesex. 

GRAY, Rev. R. H., Durham. 

GRAY, W., Berks., LiKCisrEB. 

GRAY, W., Durham. 



GREAM, G. T., Middlesex, South- 
ampton. 
GREAME, L. Y., York— N. R. 
GREAME, Rev. Y. G. L., York— 

GREAME, Y. G. L., York— E. R. 
GREATHED, Sir E. H., Dorset. 
GREAVES, E. S., Wabwick. 
GREAVES, E. S., Carnarvon. 
GREAVES, F. E., Derby. 
GREAVES, G., Torlc. 
GREAVES, G. R., Bucks. 
GREAVES, H., Lancaster. 
GREAVES, Rev. .7., Bucks. 
GREAVES, J. E., Carnai-von, 

Mbkioneth. 
GREAVES, R. M., Merioneth. 
GRECE, E. J., Monmouth. 
GREEN, A., Somerset. 
GREEN, C. D., Hertford. 
GREEN, D., Westmoreland. 
GREEN, E., NorfoVr:. 
GREEN, E., York— W. R. 
GREEN, E. J., Hereford. 
GREEN, F., Carmarthen. 
GREEN, F., Essex. 
GREEN, Rev. F. S., Salop. 
GREEN, H., Middlesex. 
GREEN, H. B., Essex. 
GREEN, H. H., Bedford. 
GREEN, J. E., Middlesex. 
GREEN, J. G., Hunts. 
GREEN, P., Kent, Sussex. 
GREEN, R., Herefoed. 
GREEN ALL, E., Chester, Lan- 

GREENALL, Bt., Sir G.. Chester, 
Lancaster. 

GREENALL, J. F., Chester, Cum- 
berland. 

GREENE, B. B., Berks, London. 

GREENE, D. C, Lancaster, York 
— W.R. 

GREENE, E., Suffolk— W. D. 

GREENE, E. W., Suffolk— W. D. 

GREENFELL, H. E., London. 

GREEXHILL, B. C, Somerset. 

GREENLY, E. H., Herefobd, 
Brecknock. 

GREENWAY, Rev. C, Lan- 

GREENWAY, H., Berks. 

GREENWAY, K., Wanvick. 

GREENWAY, T., Warwick. 

GREENWOOD, F. B., Yokk— 
W. R. 

GREENWOOD, J., Lancaster. 

GREEN WELL, F., Durham. 

GRF.ENWELL, Rev. W., Durham. 

GREG, A. (Halton Park), Lan- 
caster. 
1 GREG, A. (Eagrlev), Lancaster. 

GREG, E. H., Chester. 

GREG, .1., LiNC-VSTEB. 

GREG, R. P., Hertford. 
GREGG, D.. s.f)., Warwick. 
GREGOR, F. G., Cornwall. 
GREGSON, B. P., Lancaster. 
GREGSON, H., Lancaster. 
GREGSON, H., Nobthumbee- 

LATfD. 

GREIG, J. R., Essex 
GREIVE, Rev. W., Norfolk. 
GRENAliL, .1. F. Lancaster. 
I GRENFELL, H. R., Berks. 
GRENPELL, P. St. L., Glamoe- 

GAN-. 

GRENFELL, W. H., Bucks, Toicer 
I HamJets. 

\ GRESLEY, R. A. D., Durham, 

I WOKCESTEE. 

GREVILLE, A. C, Middlesex. 



GREVILLE, Lord, Hertford. 

Cinque Ports. 
GREVILLB-NUGBNT, Hon. G., 

MidfUesex. 
GREY, A. H. G., Noethumbeb- 

LAND. 

GREY, C. G., Northumberland. 
GREY, Earl, Northumberlaiwl, 

Ripon. 
GREY, Hon. G., Bucks. 
GREY, Bt., Sir G., NoBTHr-iiBES- 

LAN'D. 
GREY, G. A., NoBTHUMUEKtAND. 

GREY, Rev. G. R., Warwick. 
GREY, H. A., Dm-ham. 
GREY, .!., Durham, Gloucester. 
GREY DE WILTON, Viscount, 

Leicester. 
GRICE, Rev. W., Warwick. 
GRIEVSON, H. J., Leicester. 
GRIFFIN, G. G., Hereford, Mon- 
mouth. 
GRIFFIN, M.H., Salop, Stafford. 
GRIFFITH-BOSCAWEN, B. T., 

Dbnbi&h, Flint. 
GRIFFITH, Rev. C, Brecknock. 
GRIFFITH, C. D., Beeks. 
GRIFFITH, C. M., Cardigan. 
GRIFFITH, E., Merioneth. 
GRIFFITH, E.W., Chester. 
GRIFFITH, E. W., Denbiarh. 
GRIFFITH, E. W. Merioneth. 
GRIFFITH, H.. Middlesex. 
GRIFFITH, H. P. E., Cardigan. 
GRIFFITH, J., CanUpan. 
GRIFFITH, Rev. J., Glamorgan. 
GRIFFITH, .1. C, <;ioucester. 
GRIFFITH, J. G. W., Car-n-aetok. 
GRIFFITH, Rev. J. W., Carnar- 
von, Montiyomerv. 
GRIFFITH, W. D. W., Denbigh. 
GRIFFITHS, .T. H., Hkbefoep. 
GRIFFITHS, J. H., Stafford. 
GRIFFITHS, M., I'lmbeoki . 
GRIFFITHS, R. J., Hereford. 
GRIFFITHS, S., Carnarvon. 
GRIFFITHS, Rev. W., Glamorgan. 
GRIFFITHS, W., Monmouth." 
GRIGG, .1. W., Devon. 
GRIMSHAW, C. L., Bedford. 
GRIMSHAW, .1., Westmoreland. 
GRIMSHAW, .1. S., Lancaster. 
GRIMSHAW, R. A., Lancaster. 
GRIMSHAW, S., Chester, Derby. 
GRIMSTON , Colonel, YoKK—E. K. 
GRIMSTON, Colonel, York— E.R. 
GRIMSTON, J., York— E. R. 
GRIMSTON, Viscount, Hertford. 
GRIMWOOD, .1. G., K.-sex. 
GROSSET, J. R., Wilts. 
GROS-VENOR, Hon. A. H., Mid- 
dlesex. 
GROSVENOR, Earl, Chester. 
GROSVENOR, Lord R., Dorset, 

Flint. 
GROVE, Bt., Sir T. F., Dorset, 

Wilts. 
GROVE, W. .T., Wilts. 
GROVES, .1., Dor.set. 
GROVES, S. P., Kent. 
GRUBBE, H. G. H., Wihs. 
GRUBBE, J. E., Suffolk— E. D. 
GRYLLS, S. M., Cornwall. 
GUEST, A. E., Glamoe&ak. 
GUEST, M., Middle.?ex. 
GUEST, M. J., DoBSBT. 
GUEST, R., Lancaster. 
GT'EST, T. M., Dorset. 
GUEST, T. M., Somerset. 
GUISE, W. P. G., Glouoesteb. 
, GUISE, Bt., SirW, G.,,Gloc<)E3 
teb. 



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THE COUKTY COMPANION. 



GTJLSTON, A. J., Cabmabthek. 

GULSTON, A. S., Carmarthen. 

GULSON, J., Warwick. 

GUNDRY, J. P. F., Dorset. 

GUNN, J., Norfolk. 

GUNNER, T., Southampton. 

GUNNING, G. W., Lancaster, 
Northampton. 

GUNNING, Rev. Sir H. J., North- 
ampton. 

GUNNING, R. H., Northampton. 

GUNSTON, T. B., Lancaster. 

GUNTER, R., York— W. R. 

GURDON, P., Suffolk— W. D. 

GURDON, R. T., Norfolk. 

GURDON, W.. Suffolk— E. D. 

GURDON-REBON, H. J., Cambs. 

(tURNEY, C, Cornwall. 

GURNEY, P. H., Norfolk. 

GURNEY, J., Norfolk. 

GURNEY, J. H., Norfolk. 

GURNEY, jun., J. H., Norfolk. 

GURNEY, S., Surrey. 

GURTEEN, D., Essex, Suffolk— 
W. D. 

GWILT,Rev. R., Suffolk— W. 

GWYDYR, Lord, Suffolk— E. D. 

GWYN, H., Brecknock, Gla- 
morgan. 

GWYNNE, A., Cardigan, Car- 
marthen. 

GWYNNE, B. H. A., Cardigan. 

GWYNNE, F. X., Brecknock, 
Glamorgan. 

GWYNNE, J., Cardigan. 

GWYNNE, J. E. A., Middlesex. 



HACKET, G. A. B. D,, Warwick. 
HADDEN, C. S., Hertford. 
HADDINGTON, Earl of, Chester. 
HADLEY, J., London. 
HADLEY, S. C, London. 
HADWEN, J., Lancaster. 
HAFFENDEN, J. W., Kent. 
HAGGARD, W. M. R., Norfolk. 
HAGGAS, W. S., York— W. R. 
HAIG, C. B., Radnor. 
HAIG, G. A., Raxinor. 
HAIGH, F. W.,Kent. 
HAIGH, G. H., Lincoln— Parts 

of Lindsey. 
HAILSTONE, E., Yor1i—W. Jt. 
HAINKS, J. P., Gloucester. 
HAINES, T. W., Montgomery. 
HALDANE, A., Essex. 
HALDON, Lord, Devon. 
HALE, B., Sussex— E. D. 
HAGUE, J. S., Derby. 
HALE, C. C, Hertford. 
HALE, J., London. 
HALE, Rev. J. G., Hertford. 
HALE, J. H.. London. 
HALE, R., Gloucester. 
HALE, R. B., Gloucester. 
HALPORD, Bt., Sir H. St. J., 

Lkickstkr, Northampton. 
HALIFAX, Lord, Fori- E. R., 

YOEK-W. R. 

HALSEY, E. J., Surrey. 
HALL, A., Chester, Lancaster. 
HALL, A. W., Oxford. 
HALL, C. A. H., Susses— W. D. 
HALL, B., Montgomery. 
HALL, E. K., Stafford. 
HALL, B. N., Swisses— W. D. 
HALL, F., Nottingham. 
HALL, G., Durham. 
HALL, Rev. G., Isle of Ely. 
HALL, G. C, Derby. 



HALL, H., Stafford. 

HALL, H. S.. Kent. 

HALL, J. G., Ghunorgan. 

HALL, J. H., Middlesex. 

HALL, L. D,, Bucks. 

HALL, L. K., Stafford. 

HALL, L. R., Bucks. 

HALL, M., Wilts. 

HALL, R., Chester. 

HALL, R., Middlesex. 

HALL, R. B., Wilts. 

HALL, T. D., Nottingham. 

HALL, T. J., Monmouth. 

HALL, W. H., Cambs. 

HALL, W. H., Cardigan. 

HALL, W. T. T., Kent. 

HALLBTT, J. A., Middlesex. 

HALLETT, W. T., Devon. 

HALLEWELL, J. W., Glouces- 
ter. 

HALLTDAY, J., Somerset. 

HALLIDAY, W. H., Devon. 

HALLIDAY, W. H. H., Somerset. 

HALSEY, H. W. R. W., Middle- 
sex, SURRET. 

HALSEY, T. F., Hertford. 

HALSWELL, H. B., Middlesex. 

HAMBRO, C. J. T., Dorset. 

H.AMBRO, E. A., Dorset, Surrey. 

HAMBRO, P., Dorset. 

HAMBROUGH, O.W. H., North- 
ampton. 

HAMBR, .T. P., Denbigh. 

HAMERSLBY, E. S., Oxford. 

(I AMKRSLEY.H., Oxford, Hants. 

HAMERTON, J., York— TV. E. 
\ lIAMtLToX, A., Essex. 
! HA MI LT( )N, A., Westmoreland. 

HAMILTON, A. H. A., Devon. 

HA3IILTON, A. K., Devon. 

HAMILTON, B., Hertford. 

HAMILTON, Lord C, Sussex— 
B. D. 

HAMILTON, C. E., Lancaster. 

HAMILTON, Duke of, Suffolk— 

HAMILTON, B. W F., Wilts. 
HAMIT/r( >N, B. W. T., Berks. 
HAMILTON, P., Hertford. 
HAMILTON, P. W., Middlesex. 
HAMILTON, Lord G. P., Middle- 
sex. 
HAMILTON, G. H., Northumber- 
land. 
HAMILTON, .1. H. .!., Devon. 
HAMILTON, J. J. H., Somerset. 
HAMILTON, N. E. S. A., Rad- 
nor. 

HAMILTON, Bt., Sir R. N. C, 
Warwick. 

HAMILTON, R. W., Essex. 

HAMILTON, R W., Monmouth. 

HAMILTON, T. de C, Gloucester. 

HAMILTON, W. J., Essex 

HAMLYN, S. C, Devon. 

HAMMER, W., Denbigh. 

HAMMBRSLEY, H. M., South- 
ampton. 

HAMMOND, H. B., Kent, Cinque 
Ports. 

HAMMOND, .T. H., Lancaster. 

HAMMOND, W. ()., Kent. 

HAMMOND, W. H., York— N. R. 

HAMOND, A., Norfolk. 

HAMOND, R. H., Norfolk. 

HAM< »Nri, W. P., Cambs. 

HAMONU-(iR.EME, Bt., Sir G. 
?:. W.. Hants. 

HAMPDEN, Rev. B. R., Hereford. 

HAMPSON, Bt., Sir G. F.,Kent. 

HAMPTON, G., Hereford. 

HAMPTOK, J. V. O., Surrey, 



HAMPTON, Lord, Worcesteb. 
HANBURY, Rev. A., Essex. 
HANBURY, Hon. and Rev. A. A., 

Hereford. 
HANBURY, Rev. A., Suffolk— 

W. D. 
HANBURY, C. A., Hertford, Mid- 
dlesex. 
HANBURY, E., Wilts. 
HANBURY, G., Bucks. 
HANBURY, J. C, Monmouth. 
HANBURY, O., Essex. 
HANBURY, R., Hertford. 
HANBURY, R. W., Stafford. 
HANBURY, S., Stafford. 
HANBURY, S., Worcester. 
HANCOCK, W., Flint. 
HANCOCKS, W., Salop. 
HANCOCKS, W., Stafford. 
HANC(JCKS, W., Worcester. 
HANDLEY, P., Nottingham. 
HANHAM, Sir .1. A., Dorset. 
HANHAM, T. B., Dorset. 
HANKEY, B. A., Sussex— B. D. 
HANKEY, G., Sussex— E. D. 
HANKEY, H. A., Kent, London, 

Cardigan. 
HANKEY, J. B., Surrey. 
HANKEY, S. A., Berks. 
HANKEY, T., Kent. 
HANKEY, T., Middlesex, London. 
HANKS, M. D. J., York— W. R. 
HANMER, Bt., Sir W. E., Beds., 

Bucks. 
HANNAM, G. E., Kent, Cin(|ue 

Ports. 
HANNAY', J. L., Middlesex. 
HANSARD, L. H., Susses— E. D. 
HANSON, R., London. Toweb 

Hamlets. 
HANSON, W. D., Cornwall. 
HARBERTON, Viscount, Surrey. 
HARBORD, Hon. H., Norfolk. 
HARBORD, R., Cumberland. 
HARBURTON.Viscoimt .Hereford, 
HAR(X)URT, A., Berks, Oxford. 
HARCOURT, E. V., York- E. R., 

York— N. R. 
HARCOURT, E. W., Berks, Ox- 
ford, Sussex — E. D. 

HARDCASTLE, B., Lancaster. 

HARIJCASTLK, H., Essex. 

HARDCASTLB, .1. A., Essex.Nor- 
folk, Suffolk— W. D. 

HARDING, E., Salop. 

HARDING, E. W., Salop, Staf- 
ford. 

HARDING, J., Hereford. 

HARDING, W., Devon. 

HARDING, W. S., Stafford. 

HARDIN(4K, Bt., Sir E. S.,Kent. 

HARDINGE, Viscount, Kent. 

HARDMAN, G. E., Lancaster. 

HARDMAN, H. H., Lancaster. 

HARDMAN, J., Lancaster. 

HARDMAN', W., Surrey. 

H.\KDWICKB, Earl of, Cambs. 

HARDWICKB, P. C, Middlesex. 

HARDY, Rev. C, Hertford. 

HARDY, C. S., Kent. 

HARDY, H. C, Sussex— E. D. 

HARDY, J. , Lincoln— Pts. of Kest- 
even. 

HARDY, Bt., Sir J., Stafford. 

HARDY, Sir J., Warwick. 

HARDY, Bt., Sir J., Y'ork- W. R. 

HARDY, L., York— W. R. 

HARDY, R., Stafford. 

HARDY, T. C, Norfolk. 

HARDY, Hon. T. S., Kent. 

HARDY, W. H. C, Norfolk. 

HARE, H. J., Norfolk. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, &C. 



xlix 



HARE, T. J., Lancaster. 
HARE, T. L., Norfolk. 
HARE, T. W., Montgomery. 
HAREWOOD, Earl of, Yoek— 

W. R. 
HARFORD, C. L., Gloucester, 

Monmouth. 
HARFORD, W. A., Somerset. 
HARFORD, W. H., Gloucester. 
HARFORD, jun., W. H., Sombb- 

3KT. 

HARGOOD, W.. Sussex— W. D. 
HARGRE.A-VES, J., Berks. 
HARGREAVES, J., Lancaster. 
HARGREAVES, S., Chester. 
HARGREAVES, T., Berks. 
HARGREAVES, W. (Bolton), 

Lancaster. 
HARGREAVES, W. (London), 

Lancaster. 
HARGROVE, A. E., York— N. R. 
HARINGTON, Bt., Sir R., Hkbe- 
roED, Middlesex, Warwick, Wor- 
cester. 
HARINGTON, R., Essex. 
HARKER, W., Ripon,York— W.R. 
HARLECH, Lord, Merioneth. 
HARLECH, Bt., Sir W.R., Salop. 
HARLEY, R. W. D., Hereford, 

Salop 
HARNAGE, Bt., Sir H. G., Salop. 
HARNEIS, T. J., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Lindsey. 
HARPER, 'R., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Holland. 
HARRIES, G. A., Pembeoke. 
HARRIES, H. L., Pembroke. 
HARRIES, J. H., Pembroke. 
HARRIES, T., Salop. 
HARRIES, Rev. W. B., Haver- 
fordwest. 
HARRIES, W. T. L., Pembroke. 
HARRINGTON, Bt., Sir J. E., 

2Iiddtesex. 
HARRIS, A., Westmoreland. 
HARRIS, C. E., Southampton. 
HARRIS, Sir E. A., Southampton. 
HARRIS, E. .T., Southampton. 
HARRIS, F. W., London. 
HARRIS, J. C, Devon. 
HARRIS, J. M. J., Brecknock, 

Glamorgan. 
HARRIS, Lord, Kent. 
HARRIS, Rev. T., Oxford. 
HARRIS, W., Devon. 
HARRIS, W. J., Devon. 
HARRISON, B., Hereford. 
HARRISON, C, Worcester. 
HARRISON, C. M., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Kesteven, Peterborough, 
Northampton, 
HARRISON, E. S., Oxford. 
HARRISON, G. K., Stafford. 
HARRISON, H., Lanca.ster. 
HARRISON, I., Leicester. 
HARRISON, J. (Kendal), West- 
moreland. 
HARRISON, J., Stafford. 
HARRISON, J. (Ulverston), West- 
moreland. 
HARRISON, J. J., York— E. R. 
HARRISON, J. F., Surrey, Sussex 

— E. D. 
HARRISON, J. N., E.'^sex. 
HARRISON, J. S., York— E. R. 
HARRISON, R. J., Montgomery. 
HARRISON, S., Essex. 
HARRISON, S. A., Bucks. 
HARRISON, S. R., Northampton. 
HARRISON, T., Chester, Lan- 

HARRISON, W., Cumberland. 



HARRISON, W., Lancaster. 
HARRISON, Rev. W. G., Durham. ' 
HARHISON-BROADLEY, W. H., 

Yoek— E. R. , 

HARROWBY, Earl of, Stafford. 
HART, E., London. 
HART, S. H., London. 
HARTAS, J., York— N. R. I 

HARTER, J. C, Lancaster. 
HARTER, J. C, Warwick. 
HARTER, J. F. H., Beds. 
HARTER, W. J., Chester. 
HARTINGTON, Marquis of, 

Derby, Lancaster. ', 

HARTLEY, H. W., Lancaster. 
HARTLEY, G. T., Stafford. 

HARTLEY, J., Durham. 

HARTLEY, Lt. -Col. J., Kent. 

HARTLEY, J., Salop. 

HARTLEY, J., Stafford. 

HARTLEY, J., Yoek— W. R. 

HARTLEY, .1. W., York— W. R. 

HARTLEY, M., Pembroke. 

HARTLEY, T., Cumbeeland. 

HARTLEY, W., Lancaster. 

HARTOPP, E. B., Leicester. 

HARTOPP, Bt., Sir J. W. C, 
Surrev, Warwick. 

HARBRIDGE, W., Lo-idon. 

HARTWELL, F. H., Somerset. 

HARVEY, B., Essex. 

HARVEY, Bt., Sir C, Norfolk. 

HARVEY, C, York— W. R. 

HARVEY, E. K., Suffolk- E. D. 

HARVEY, E. N., Hereford, South- 
ampton. 

HARVEY, F., Cornwall. 

HARVEY, F. M., Cornwall. 

HARVEY, J., Lancaster. 

HARVEY, J., Pembroke. 

HARVEY, J. E. A., Beds. 

HARVEY, J. J., Kent. 

HARVEY, Bt., Sir R. B., Bucks. 

HARVEY, R. H., Haverfordwest. 

HARVEY, R. H., Nohfolk. 

HARVEY, R. M., MidiUesex, 
Lonilon. 

HARVEY, R. R., Dorset. 

HARVEY, W., Cornwall. 

HARVEY, Rev. W. W., Hertford. 

HARWOOD, E., Gloucester. 

HARWOOD, H. H., Middlesex. 

HARWOOD, R., Lancaster. 

HASELL, J. E., Cumbkbland, 
Westmoreland. 

HASLAM, Rev. C. E., Beds. 

HASLAM, W. C, Derby. 

HASLER, W. W., Susses— W. D. 

HASTINGS. Lord, Norfolk. 

HASTINGS, C. F. A., Lauccuter. 

HASTINGS, G. W., Herefori, 

Hastings", Rev. j. p., worces- 

HASTINGS, P. F. C. A., Leices- 

HASTINGS, W. H. W., Glouces- 
ter, Worcester. 

HATFIELD, C. T., Cinque Ports. 

HATFIELD, .!., York— AV. R. 

HATHERELL, J., Warwick. 

HATHERLEY, N. C, Devon. 

HATHERTON, Lord, Stafford. 

HATTON, W., Stafford. 

HAUGHTON, J., Norfolk. 

HAVELOCK-ALLAN, Bt., Sir H., 
York— N. R, 

HAWKER, .T. S., Cornwall. 

HAWKER, P. .J. D., Southampton. 

HAWKER, W. S., COEKWALL. 

HAWKES. H., Nottingham, Wor- 
cester. 



HAWKESWORTH, J. W. B., 
Dorset. 

HAWKINS, C. H., Essex. 

HAWKINS, C. S., Devon. 

HAWKINS, C. S., Gloucester. 

HAWKINS, C. S., Middlesex. 

HAWKINS, C. S., TowEB Ham- 
lets. 

HAWKINS. E. R., Suffolk— W. D. 

HAWKINS, F. B., Dorset. 

HAWKINS, Rev. H. A., York— 
N. R. 

HAWKINS, Sir J. S., Worcester. 

HAWKINS, S. M., Essex. 

HAWKSHAW, E. B., Hereford. 

HAWKSHAW, Sir J., Sussex— 
W. D. 

HAWKSLEY, J. T., Pembroke. 

HAWORTH-BOOTH, B. B., Yoee 

HAWORTH-BOOTH, Col., Yoek 

HAY, Hon. C. R., Berks. 

HAY, G. J. DoBHAM. York— N. R. 

HAY, R. H., Durham. 

HAYE, J.. Cornwall. 

HAYES, T. T., Lancaster. 

HAYNE, C. S., Devon. 

HAYTER, Bt., Sir A. D., Bebks, 

Somerset. 
HAYTER-HAMES, Rev. H. G., 

Devon. 
HAYWARD, J. F. Curtis, Glou- 

HAYWOOD, E. W., Worcester. 

HAYWOOD, W., London. 

HAYWORTH-BOOTH, B. B.. 
York— N. R. 

HAZARD, R., Middlesex. 

HAZELRIGG, Bt., Sir A. G., 
Leicester. 

HAZLEDINE, J. R.L., Carnarvon. 

HAZLEHURST, C. W., Chester. 

HAZLEHURST, T. F., Leicester. 

HEAD, 0. A., York— N. R. 

HEAD, Bt., Sir F. S., Surrey. 

HEADFORT, Marquis of, West- 
moreland. 

HEADLAM, M., Durham, York— 
N. R. 

HEADLEY, Lord, Essex, Middle- 

I HEALD, W. N., Chester, Lan- 
caster. 

HEAP, C. A., York— N. R. 
I HEAP, J., Lancaster. 

HE APE, B., Lancaster. 
' HEAPE, R. T.. Lanoastkb, York 
I — W. K. 

1 HEATH, A. B., Hants. 
I HEATH, D. D., Smrey. 
I HEATH, H. H., London. Surrey. 

HEATH, Rev. J., Lincoln— Pts. of 
! Holland. 

HEATH, Sir L., Surrey. 

HEATH, R., Stafford. 
i HEATH, jun., R., Stafford. 

HEATHCOTE, C, Derby. 

HEATHCOTE, Rev. G., Hunts. 
I HEATHCOTE, J. M., Hunts, 
; Essex, Peterborough. 
1 HEATHCOTE, jun., J. M., Hunts, 
, Sussex— E. D. 

HEATHCOTE, R., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Kesteven. 

HEATHCOTE, T. J., Wilts. 
1 HEATHCOTE. U.. Hertford. 
I HEATHCOTE, W. A., Wilts. 

HEATHCOTE-EDWARDS, J. H., 
Stafford. 
• HEATON.G., Stafford, Worcester. 

HEATON, J. B., Denbigh. 



1 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



HEATON, R., Stafford. 

HEDGKS, J. K., Berk.s, Oxford. 

HEDIiEY, G., Durham. 

HEDLKY, R., Somerset. 

HE(tAN. O. .r., Hertford. 

H Kit ; H A:\I,,T.U., Suffolk— W.D. 

HKrXKMANX, E., Sus.scx -E. D. 

HEi I'J.AMD, A. A., Norfolk. 

HELME, B., Wilts. 

HELME, R., Essex. 

HELME, T., Essex. 

HKr,^^SLEY, Vlsct.. York— N. R. 

HKhSIIAM, G-., Norfolk. 

HKLYAR, H. A., Somerset. 

HEMMING, R., Worcester. 

HEMSWORTH, Rev. A. B., Nor- 
folk. 

HKMSWORTH, B., York— W. R. 

HKMDERSOX, .T., Bucks. 

HKNDKRSON, J., Durham. 

HK.N'DKRSON, J., Kent, Surrey. 

HKNDKliSON, .1., London. 

HENDERSON, J., York— W. R. 

HKXDY, J., Cornwall. 

HENEAGE, C. W., WUts. 

HENKAGE, E., Lijjcoln— Pts. of 
Liiidsey. 

HENLEY, Hon. F., Northampton. 

HENLEY, H. C, Dorset. 

HENLEY, J. B., Haverfordwest. 

HENLEY, J. .!., Oxford. 

HENLEY, J. W., Oxford. 

HENLEY, Lord, Northampton. 

HENLW H. C, Somerset. 

HENNIKER, Hon. A. H., Suffolk 
— E. D. 

HENNIKER, Bt., Sir B. P., 
Essex. 

HENNIKER, Lord, Norfolk, Suf- 
folk- -E.D. 

HENNING, S., Dorset. 

HENRY', F., Gloiicester. 

HENRY, .T., Flint. 

HENRY, J. 8., Hants. 

HENRY, M., Middlesex. 

HENRY, W. C, Hereford. 

HENTY', E., Sussex— W. D. 

HENTY, G., Sussex— W. D. 

HENTY', R., Sussex— E. D. 

HEPBURN, H. P., Sussex— E. D. 

HEPBURN, T. R., Surrey. 

HERBERT, A. B., Wai'wick. 

HERBIORT, D., Hunts. 

HERBERT, Rev. E., Anglesey. 

HERBERT, F. J. A., Monmouth. 

HERBERT, P. W., Hereford. 

HERBERT, Hon. and Very Rev. 
G., Hereford. 

HERBERT, G. E., York— N. E., 
Montgomery. 

HERBERT, 1 J. C, Monmouth. 

HERBERT, J. A., Monmouth. 

HERBERT, J. M., Hereford. 

HERBERT, .7. M., Monmouth. 

HERBERT, Hon. R. C, Salop. 

HERBERT, R. G. W., Cambs. 

HERBERT, W., Monmouth. 

HERBERT, Hon. W. H., North- 
ampton. 

HERBERT, W. R., Monmouth. 

HERCY, T. J., Berks. 

HEREFORD, Lord Bishop 
Hereford. 

HEREFORD, R., Hereford. 

HEREFORD, R. J., Hereford 

HEREFORD, Viscount, Hereford, 
Bhftknock. 

HBRFORD, E., Lancaster. 

HERON, Sir ,!., Lancaster. 

MERRIES, Lord, York— E. R. 

HERRINGHAM, Rev. W. W., 
Essex. 



HERTFORD, Marquis of, War- 
■wicK, Worcester. 

HERVEY,Lord b'., Suffolk— W. D. 

HERVEY, G. H. W., Lincoln- 
Parts of Kcsteven. 

HERVEY, Lord, J. W. N., Suffolk 
— W. D. 

HESKETH, B. F., Lancaster. 

HESKETH, R. B., Denbigh. 

HESKETH, Bt., Sir T. G. F., 
Lancaster. 

HESSEY, W. H., Suffolk— E. D. 

HETHERINGTON, M., Warwick. 

HETLEY, F., Surrey. 

HEWETT, C. A., Hereford. 

HEWETT, J. M. M., Bucks. 

HEWITT, A. T., London. 

HEWITT, W., London. 

HEWLETT, A., Lancaster. 

HEXT, F. J., Cornwall. 

HEYES, .J., Lancaster. 

HEYGATE, E. N., Hereford. 

HEYGATE, Bt., Sir F. W., 
Essex, Leicester. 

HEYGATE, J. U., Herts, Lei- 
cester. 

HEY'GATE, R. H., Hereford. 

HEYGATE, R. H. J., Essex. 

HEYMANN. A., Nottingham. 

HBYSETT, L. R., Devon. 

HEYTESBURY", Lord, South- 
ampton, Wilts. 

HEYTON, T. C, Salop. 

HEY'WARD, J. H., Montgomery. 

HEY'WOOD, A. H., Lancaster, 
Westmoreland. 

HEYWOOD, A. P., Derby. 

HEYWOOD, A. P., Stafford. 

HEY'WOOD, E. S., Lancaster. 

HEYWOOD, ,1., Lancaster. ' 

HEYWOOD, .1. H., Cardigan. 

HEYWOOD-LONSDALE, A. P., 
Salop. 

HEY'WOOD, O., Lancaster. 

HEYWOOD, T., Hereford. 

HEYWOOD, Bt., Sir T. B., Staf- 
ford. 

HEY'WOOD, Bt., Sir T. P., Derby. 

HEYWORTH, E., Lancaster. 

HEY'WORTH, L., Monmouth. 

HIBBERT, A. H., Hertford. 

HIBBERT, C, Chester. 

HIBBERT, E., Chester. 

HIBBERT, F. D., Oxford. 

HIBBERT, H., Lancaster. 

HIBBERT, H. R., Chester. 

HIBBERT, H. R., Devon. 

HIBBERT, J., Berks. 

HIBBERT, J., Derby. 

HIBBERT, J. N,, Bucks. 

HIBBERT, .T. T., Lancaster. 

HIBBERT, L., Bucks. 

HIBBERT, T. .T., Lancaster. 

HICHENS, J., Cornwall. 

HI(!K, J., Lancaster. 

HICKIN. W.. Stafford. 

HICKLEY, V. G., Somerset. 

HICKMAN, H. T., Stafford, 
Worcester. 

HICKMAN, R. J., Monmouth. 

HICKS, E., Cambs. 

HICKS, S. E., Cambs. 

HICKS, Rev. W. H., Norfolk. 

HICKS-BEACH, Bt., Rt.Hon. Sir 
M., Gloucester. 

HIERN, W. P., Devon. 

HIGGENS, W. J. J., South, 
ampton. 

HIGGIN, W. H., Chester, Lancas- 
ter. 

HIGGINBOTHAM, T., Chester. 

HIGGIN S, C, Bucks. 



HIGGINS.C. L.,Bkds. 
HIGGINS, Rev. E., Hereford, 

Worcester. 
HIGGINS, G., Anglesey. 
HIGGINS, G., Beds. 
HIGGINS, H. S., Hereford. 
HIGGINS, J. A., Hereford, Wor- 

HIGGINS, M. J., Wilts. 

HIGGINS, T. W., Brecknock. 

HIGGINS, W. F., Beds, Bucks, 
Northampton. 

HIGGINSON, G. W. A., Bucks. 

HIGGINSON, Rev. J., York— 
N. R. 

HIGGON, .T., Pembroke, Haver- 
fordwest. 

HIGGON, J. D. G., Haverford- 
west, Pembroke. 

HIGSON, J., Chester. 

HILDYARD, Rev. J., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Kesteveu. 

HILDYARD, .1. G. B. T., York— 
E. R. 

HILDYARD, J. R. W., Durham, 
York-N. R. 

HILDYARD, T. B. T., Notting- 
ham. 

HILDYARD, jun., T. B. T., 
Nottingham. 

HILL, A., Warwick. 

HILL, A. S., Stafford. 

HILL, Lord A. W., Berks, Sussex 
— E. D. 

HILL, Capt., Brecknock. 

HILL, C, Middlesex, London. 

HILL, Rev. C. G., Hunts. 

HILL, D., MidtUesex. 

HILL, Rev. E. J., Esses. 

HILL, E. S., Glamorgan. 

HILL, Hon. G. R. C, Salop. 

HILL, H., Chester. 

HILL, H., London. 

HILL, Rev. H., Suffolk— E. D. 

HILL, J., Devon. 

HILL, .1., Northampton. 

HILL, J., Salop. 

HILL, Rev. J., Y'orb— N. R. 

HILL, J. D., Essex, Hertford, 
London. 

HILL, Rev. .T. R., Y'ork— N. R. 

HILL, R., York— N. R. 

HILL, R. F., Salop. 

HILL, T. D., Wilts. 

HILL, T. R., Hereford, Wor- 
cester. 

HILL, Viscount, Salop. 

HILTON, E., Montgomery. 

HILTON, R. J., Kent. 

HILTON, S. M., Kent. 

HILTON, T., Kent. 

HILTON-GREEN, Rev. H., Wilts. 

HINCHINGBROOK, Viscount, 
Hunts. 

HINCHLIFFE, G., Lancaster, 
York— W. R. 

HINCKLEY, A., Stafford. 

HINCKS, T. C, York— N. R. 

HINDLFJ, ,J., Lancaster. 

HINGLEY, B., Stafford. 

HINMERS, W., Lancaster. 

HINXMAN, E., Wilts. 

HIPPISLEY, H.. Berks, Oxfoi-d. 

HIPPISLE Y, H.N. , Berks. 

HIPPISLEY, J., Somerset. 

HIPPISLEY, jun., J., Somerset. 

HIRST, F. H.. Essex. 

HIRST, J., York-W. R. 

HIRST, R. A. H., Essex. 

HIRST, W. E., York-W. B. 

HITCHCOCK, Dr. T., Soutk- 
amptoD . 



IIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTKATES, &C. 



HITCHCOCK, W. H., Gloucester, 

Wilts. 
HOARE, G. N., Middlesex. 
HOARE, St., Sir H. A., Somerskt, 

Wilts. 
HOARK, J., London, Middlesex. 
HOARE, P. M., Devon. 
HOARE, R., Hertford. 
HOARE, S., London, Middlesex, 

Norfolk. 
HOARE, T. R., Sun-ey. 
HOBHOUSE, Bt., Sir C. P., 

Somerset, Wilts. 
HOBHOUSE, H. Somerset. 
HOBLYN, W. P., Cornwall. 
HOBSON, S. J., MidtUesex. 
HODGE, V. W., Cornwall, Devon. 
HODGE, G. J., Devon. 
HODGES, H., Oxford. 
HODGES, J. F., Lancaster, Ox- 

rOED. 

HODGKlNSON,,SirG.E., Middle- 
sex. 
HODGKINSON, S., Chester, 

Derbv. 
HODGklXSON,T., Southampton. 
HODGSON, A., Warwick. 
HODGSON, E., Durham. 
HODGSON, Rev. E. F., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Lindsey. 
HODGSON, G.,'Dm-ham. 
HODGSON, H. T., Hertford. 
HODGSON, I. S., Salop. 
HODGSON, J., Essex, Hertford, 

Cinque Ports. 
HODGSON, J., York— N. R. 
HODGSON, Rev. J. D., Wilts. 
HODGSON, J. S., Sui-rey. 
HODGSON, M., Cumberland. 
HODGSON, R. K., Kent. 
HODGSON, R. W., Dm-ham. 
HODGSON, Rev. T. D., South- 
' ampton. 

HODGSON, T. H., Cumberland. 
HODGSON, W., Cumberland, 

Essex. 
HOGARTH, J. R... Essex, Middle- 
sex. 
HOGARTH, J. H. H. S. D., 

Middlesex. 
HOGG, ('. W., Chester. 
HOGG, H. J. H., Anj^lesey. 
HOGGINS, T., Chester. 
HOLBECK, C. W., War^vick. 
HOLCROFT, C, Stafford. 
HOLCPwOFT, J., Stafford, Wor- 
cester. 
HOLDEN, I., YoHK— W. R. 
HOLDING, W., Southampton. 
HOLDSWORTH, A. F., Devon. 
HOLDSWORTH, J. H., York— 

W. R. 
HOLDSWORTH, S.,York— W. R. 
HOLDSWORTH, T. H., York— 

W. R. 
HOLE, A., Devon. 
HOLE, Rev. R., Devon. 
HOLE, W. R., Devon. 
HOLPORD, G., Carmarthen. 
HOLFORD, R. S., Gloxtcestee, 

Wilts. 
HOLFORD, T., Cardig.in 
HOLFORD, T., Dorset. 
HOLFORD, W. G., BsECKifocK. 
HOLLAND, F. D., Worcester. 
HOLLAND, H. L., London.- 
HOLLAND, Bt., Sir H. T. B., 

Middlesex, Siirrey. 
HOLLAND, S., Caenarvok.Meki- 

ONETH. 

HOLLAND, W., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Kesteven, Peterborougb. 



HOLLEY, J. H., Norfolk. 
HOLLEY, W. H., Devon. 
HOLLIEST.E. O., Sussex— W. D. 
HOLLINGS, J., York— W. R. 
HOLLINS, E., Lancaster. 
HOLLINS, F., Lancaster. 
HOLLINS, M. D., Stafford. 
HOLLWAY, H. C, Norfolk. 
HOLLWAY, J., Norfolk. 
HOLMES, C. F., Middlesex. 
HOLMES, Rev. E. A., Norfolk. 
HOLMES, G., Norfolk. 
HOLMES, G. J., Norfolk. 
HOLMES, H. T., Norfolk. 
HOLMES, J., Norfolk. 
HOLMES, J. S., Norfolk, Suffolk 

— E. D. 
HOLMESDALE, Viscount, Kent. 
HOLMS, J.. Middlesex. 
HOLROYDE, E., York— W. R. 
HOLSTEN, H., Lancaster. 
HOLT, J., Cornwall. 
HOLT, J., York— W. R. 
HOLT, J. M., Lancaster. 
HOLT, R. D., Lancaster. 
HOLT, W. D., Lancaster. 
HOLYOAKE, E., Worcester. 
HOLYOAKE, G., Stappoed. 
HOMAN, E., Middlesex. 
HOMPRAY, C. A., Somerset. 
HOMFRAY, H., Salop, Stafford, 

Worcester. 
HOMFRAY, J. R., Gl.amorgan. 
HOMFRAY, L. A., Monmouth. 
HOMFRAY', S., Moxmoxjth. 
HOMFRAY', S. G., Monmouth. 
HONYMAN, Sir W. M., Salop. 
HONY'WOOD,Bt.,SirJ.W., Kent. 
HONYWOOD, W., Berks. 
HOOD, A., Somerset. 
HOOD, Hon. A. F., Y'ork— E. R. 
HOOD, A. F. A., Somerset. 
HOOD, Bt., Sir A. P. B. A., 

Somerset. 
HOOD, Hon. A. W. A. N., Somer- 
set. 
HOOD, S. F., Lincoln— Parts of 

Lindsey. 
HOOD, Viscount, Warwick. 
HOOD, W. J., Sussex— E. D. 
HOPE, T. A., Chester. 
HOPE. W., Chester. 
HOPER, R., Sussex— W. D. 
HOPES, W., Chester, Westmore- 
land. 
HOPGOOD, J., Surrey. 
HOPGOOD, J. T., Peterborough. 
HOPKINS, R. J.. Berks. 
HOPKINS, W. R. I., Durham, 

York— N. R. 
HOPKINSON, R. G., York— N.R. 
HOPKINSON, Rev. W., Hunts. 
HOPKINSON, Rev. W., North- 
ampton. 
HOPKINSON, Rev. W., Peter- 
borough. 
HOPTON, J., Hereford, Wor- 
cester. 
HOPTON, Rev. W. P., Hereford. 
HOPWOOD, E. J. G., Lancaster. 
I HOPWOOD, J. T., Lancaster, 
Rutland. 
HORLOCK, D. H. W., Cornwall. 
HORA, W., London. 
! HORN, F., Durham. 
! HORN, Su- F., Northampton. 
HORNBY, E. G. S., Lancaster, 

Westmoreland. 
HORNBY, E. K., Lancaster. 
HORNBY, Sir G. T. P., Sussex— 

W.D. 
HORNBY, Rev. R., Salot). 



j HORNBY, T. D., Lancabtek. 

HORNBY, T. W., Southampton 
I HORNBY", W. H., Chester. 
t HORNBY', W. H., Lancaster. 
I HORNBY', iunr., W. H., Lancaster 
I HORNBY, W. W., Lancaster. 

HORNBY, W. W., MidrUesex. 

HORNDON, D. W. H. J., Coen- 

W ALL . 

HORNE, G., Durham, Y'ork— N. R. 

HORNE, W. H., Suffolk— W. D. 
! HORNER, F. A., Stafford. 

HORNER, J. F. F., Somerset. 

HORNIDGE, M., Smrey. 
i HORNSBY', J., Lincohi— Pts. of 
Kesteven. 

HORNSBY, W., Lincoln— Parts 
of Kesteven. 

HORNY'OLD, J. V., Worcesteb 

HORNYOLD, T. C. G., Hereford, 
Worcester. 

HORROCKS, R. H., Cumberland. 

HORROCKS, T., Cumberland. 

HORSFALL, G. H., Lancaster. 

HORSFALL, R., Lancaster. 

HORSFALL, T. B., Stafford. 

HORSFORD, T. M. A., Comwal . 

HORSMAN, T. P., Cardigan. 

HORTON, J. H., London. 

HORTON, J. T., Y'ork- W. R. 

HORTON, T. E., Salop. 

HORTON, AV., Suffolk— W. D. 

HORWOOD, Rev. E. R.. Essex. 

HOSACK, J., Middlesex. 

HOSKEN, J. T., Cornwall. 

HOSKINS, A. R., Somerset. 

HOSKINS, E. H., Hertford. 

HOSKINS, Rev. G. R., Cumber- 
land. 

HOSKINS, H. W., Dorset, Somer- 

HOSklNS, T. A., Cumberland. 
HOSKY'NS, Rev. J. L., Berks. 
HOTCHKIS, .7., Brecknock. 
HOTHFIELD, Lord, Kent, West- 
moreland (Ld. Lt.) 
HOUBLON, J. A., Essex, Hbei- 

FOKD. 

HOUBLON, R. A., Essex, Cambs. 
HOUCHEN, Rev. B., Norfolk. 
HOUGHTON, Lord, York— W.R. 
HOUGHTON, R., Lancaster. 
HOUGHTON, T. A., South- 
ampton. 
HOULDSWORTH,W. H. .Chester. 
HOUNSELL, W., Dorset. 
HOUSTON, W., Kent. 
! HOWARD, C. J., Chester. 

HOWARD, E., Essex. 
i HOWARD, E. C, Chester. 
! HOWARD, E. S., Gloucester. 
• HOWARD, F. Lincoln — Parts of 
I HoUand. 
HOWARD, F. C, Lincoln— Parts 

of Holland. 
HOWARD, P. .T., Sussex— E. D. 
, HOWARD, G. .1., Cumberland. 

HOWARD, H., Stafford,Worcester. 
1 HOWARD, H. C, Cumberland, 
Westmoreland. 
HOWARD, H. R. L., Flint. 
I HOWARD, J., Beds. 
HOWARD, J., Middlesex 
HOWARD, J. A., Chester. 
j HOWARD, Hon. J. K., South- 
ampton. 
HOWARD, J. M., Middlesex. 
HOV/ARD, Lord, Oxford. 
: HOWARD OF GLOSSOP, Lord, 

Derby, Sussex— W. D. 
1 HOWARD, P. H., Cumberland. 
HOWARD, R., Chester, Flint. 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



HOWARD, Rev. R. H., Denbigh, 

Flint. 
HOWARD, R. M., Surrey. 
HOWARD, S. L., Dorsei, Essex. 
HOWARD, T., Norfolk. 
HOWDKN, Lord, Yorlc^ -W. H. 
HOWKLL, A,, Moiit^omerv. 
HOWKliL, K., Coruwall. 
HOWKMi, juii., H., Pembroke. 
HOWKLL, H. G., Brecknock, 

Radnor. 
HOWKL1-, H. W., Pembroke. 
HOWKI.l,, H. W. T., Carmarthen. 
HOWELL, .T. R., Cardigan. 
HOWKLL, J. R., Pembroke. 
HOW ITT, T., Lancaster. 
HOWORTH, .J., Lancaster. 
HOWORTH, J., York— W. R. 
HOWORTH-BOOTH, B. B., Yoek 

HOW'SON, F. J., Hants. 

HOYLK, E., Lanca.ster. 

HOYLE, T., Lancaster. 

HUBBARD, C. J., Bucks. 

HUBBARD, E., Bucks. 

HUBBARD, Rt. Hon. J. G., Bucks, 
Londov. 

HUBBARD,W. E., Sussex— W. D. 

HUBBARD, jun., W. E., Sussex— 
W. D. 

HUBBKRSTY', A. C, Derl)v. 

HUBBERSTY, H. A., Derby. 

HUBHUCK, G. P., Monmouth. 

HITDDART, G. A., Cvknabvow, 
Merioneth. 

HUDDLKSTON, G., Lancaster. 

HUDDLESTON, Rev. G. J., Islo 
of Ely. 

HTTDDLESTON, T. J., Suffolk— 
W. D. 

HLIDDLESTONE, F.. Games. 

HUDLESTON, Rev., G. H. York 
— W. R. 

HUDLESTON, W". H., Y'ork— 
W. R. 

HUDSON, Rev. C, York— E. R. 

HUDSON, V. D., Salop, Stafford. 

HUDSON, Rev. V. W., Notting- 
ham. 

HUDSON, G., Durham. 

HUDSON, H., Worcester. 

HUDSON, H., York— E. R. 

HUDSON, .1. A., York— E. R. 

HUDSON, J. H., York— N. R. 

HUDSON, R., Surrey. 

HUDSON, R. .J., York— W. R. 

HUDSON. R. M., Durham. 

HUGGINSON, R. A., York— N.R. 

HUGH h;s, (\. Denbii?h. 

HUGHES, D., Brecknock. 

HT:GHES, G., Kent, Cmque Ports. 

HUGHES, G. P., Northumber- 
land. 

HirWHES, H., Sussex— E. D. 

HUCiHKS, H. G. S., Hertford. 

HtrGHEy, Rev. H. H., Suffolk— 
W. D. 

HUGHES, H. R. (Abergele), Den- 
bigh, Flint {Ld.-Lt.). 

HUGHES, H. R. (Ystrad), Den- 
bin-h, Flint. 

HUGIIKS, J., London. 
HIGH KS. .T. G. F., Cardigan. 

HUGHKS, J. G. P., Cakdicax. 

HU(JH KS, .1. W., Carmarthen. 
HIMIHKS, .T. W. G., Carmarthen. 

HUGHKS, M., Lancaster. 

HUtJHES, R., (ilamorgan. 

HU(;HKS. R. G., Anplesev. 

HUGHKS, R. J., Anglesey. 

HUGHES, T., Stafford. 

HUGHES. Rev. W., Monmouth. 



HUGHES, W. B., Angi.f.srt.Cae. 

NARVON. 

HUGHES, W. H., London, Aliddle- 

sex 
HUGHES, W. T., Devon. 
HUISH, J., Derbv. 
HULKE, F. T., Cinque Ports 
HULKES, J., Kent. 
HULM, W., Pembroke. 
UULME, H., Somerset. 
HULME, O., Lancaster. 
HULMK, Rev. W., Hereford 
HULSE, Bt., Sir E., Southami)ton, 

Wilts. 
HULTON, C, Lancaster 
HULTON, .T., York— N. R. 
HULTON, W. A., LvNCASTnii. 
HULTON, .T. T. D., York— N.R. 
HULTON, W. W. B., Lancaster. 
HULTON-HARROP, W. E. M. 

Salop. 
HUMHKR, J.. Lancaster. 
HUMBKRSTON, P. H., Denbigh. 
HUMBERSTON, P. S., Chustbb, 

DionnJH. 
HUMBLEY, W. W. W., Beds, 

Hunts. 
HX:MFREY, .T., Monmouth. 
HUMPRKY, R. B., Norfolk. 
HUMPHERY, Bt., Sir W. H., 

Southampton. 
HUMPHREY, C. S., Tower Ham- 

let>s. 
HUMPHREYS, T., Kent. 
HUMPHREYS-OWEN, A. C, 

MONTGOMH!; V. 

HUMPHRYS, W. C, South- 
ampton. 

HUNGERFORD, H. V. F. H., 
North miptox. 

HUNT, H., Wartvick. 

HUNT, Sir H. A., Middlesex. 

HUNT, R. ()., Salop. 

HUNT, S., Rutland. 

HUNT, T. N., London. 

HUNT, W. Y., Worcester. 

HUNTER, C., Montgomery. 

HUNTER, Bt.,SirC.S. P.i Berks. 

HUNTER, H. L., Berks. 

HUNTER, .T. R., London. 

HUNTER, W., Northumberland. 

HUNTER, —, London. 

HUNTINGFIELD, Lord,ScrFOLK 

HUNTINGTON, C. P., Lancaster. 

HUNTLEY, Marquis of, Hunts, 
Peterborough. 

HUNTSMAN, B., Nottingham. 

HTTRLOCK, F. S., Sus.sex— E. D. 

HURRELL, S., C*mbs. 

HURRELL, S. W. S., Lincoln- 
Parts of Lindsey. 

HURRKLL. W., Cambs. 

HT'RST, J. S., York— W. R., 
Ripon. 

HURST, N. E., Leicester. 

HURST, R., Lancaster. 

HURST, R. H., Oxford, Sussex— 
W. D. 

HURT, A. F., Derby. 

HUSBAND, W. D., YorX—W. It. 

HUSSEY, V.., Kent, Sussex- 
E. D. 

HUSSEY, E. W.. Sussex. 

HUSSEY, R. H., Hunts. 

HUSSEY, T., Dorset. 

HUSTLER, Rev. G., Oxford. 

HUSTLER, .T. D., Suffolk— E. D. 

HUSTLER, W. T., Durham, York 
— N. R. 

HUSTWICK. Camb. 

HUTCHINGS, H.. Somerset. 



HUTCHINSON, A., HEBEPoaD. 

HUTCHINSON, H., York— W. R., 
Rn)on. 

HUTCHINSON, J., Lancastee. 

HUTCHINSON. E. H., Lancas- 
ter. 

HUTCHINSON, T. (Howdon), 
Durham, Y'ork — N. R. 

HUTCHINSON, T. (Norton), Dur- 
ham. 

HUTH, C. F., London. 

HUTT, Rev. W. W., Norfolk. 

BUTTON, A., Chester. 

HUTTON, C. W. C, London, Sur- 
rey. 

HUTTON, G. M., Lincoln— Parts 
of Lind.sey. 

HUTTON, Rev. H. W., Lincoln- 
Parts of Lindsey. 

HUTTON, .7. F., Lancaster. 

HYLTON, Lord, Cornwall, Somer- 
set, Surrey, Sussex — W. D. 

HUXTABLE, Rev. A., Dorset. 

HYDE, F. C, Kent, Southampton. 

HYDE, H., Norfolk. 

HYDE, W., Lincoln— Pts. of Lind- 
sey. 

HYDE, .inn., W., Lincoln— Parts 
of Lindsey. 

HYETT, f! a., Gloucester. 

HYMERS, Rev. J., York— K. R. 



I'ANSON, E., Surrey. 
ILBERT, W. R., Devon. 
ILCHESTKR. Eurl of, Dorset. 
ILES, J., Lincoln — Pes. of Lind. 
IKIN. .r. I., York— W. R. 
ILLING WORTH, S. E.. Gla- 
morgan. 
IMAGE, W. E., Suffolk— W. D. 
IMPEY-LOVIBOND, A. R., Essex. 
INCE.E.. Essex. 
INDERWICK, F. A., Sussex— 

INGE.'C, Stafford. 

INGHAM, K. T., York— W. R. 

INGHAM, Sir J. T., Berks, Mid- 
dlesex, Tower Hamlets, Y'ork — 
V.'. R. 

INGHAM, T. H., Cumberland. 
Lancaster, Westmoreland, 

York- W. R. 

INGILBY, Bt., Sir H. D., Y'ork— 

INg'iLBY, W., Y'ork- W. R. 
INGLEBY, C, York— W. R. 
INGLIS, W., Cambs. 
INGRAM, Rev. A. H. W., Worces- 

INGRAM, J., Lancaster. 

INGRAM, R. B., Sus.sex -W. D. 

INGRAM, W. J., Surrey. 

INNS, R., York— W. R'. 

INSOLE, .1. H., Glamorgan. 

IRELAND, .1. C. C, Somerset. 

IRKMONGER, W. H., Hants. 

IRONMONGER, M., StatTord. 

IRONMONGER, M., Stafford. 

IRVIN, D., Lancaster. 

IRVINE, P., Bucks. 

IRVING, Rev. J., Cumberland. 

IRWIN, T. A., Cumberland. , 

ISAAC, J. W., Worcegter. 

ISAACS, H. A., London. 

ISAACSON, W. P., Cambs., Suf- 
folk— W. D. 

ISACKE, R. M., Kent. 

ISHAM, Bt., Sir C. E., Northamp. 
ton. 

ISHAM, Rev. R., Northampton. 



LIST OF LOKDS LIEUTK^^'ANT, MAGISTRATES, (fec. 



lui 



ISITT, F. T.. London. 

ISMAY. T. H., Lancaster. 

IVES, C. R., Essex. 

IVES, C. R. St. J., Suffolk— W. D. 

IVES, G. M., E^>ex. 

IVES, R., Norfolk. 



JACKSON, Rev. F. C, Coi-uwall. 

JACKSON, G. M., Gloucester. 

JACKSON, H., Glamorgan. 

JACKSON, Bt., Sir H. M., Mon- 
moutli. 

JACKSON, J., Derby. 

JACKSON, J., Lanca.ster. 

JACKSON, J. F., Lond^jv. 

JACKSON, J. L., Northampton. 

.TACKSON, Rev. J. R., Lincoln— 
Pt^. of Holl. 

JACKSON, R. R., Lancaster. 

JACKSON', r. H., Chester. 

JACKSON. W., Ci-.mberland. 

jacks; >X, W., Warwick. 

JACKSON, W. G., Camhu. 

JACKSON, W. C. W., Durham. 

JACKSON, jim., W. G., North- 
ampton. 

JACOB, J. H., ■Wilts. 

JACOB. W. 1'., Chester. 

JACSON. C. R.,Lascaktkr. 

JAFFRAY, J., Warwick, Worces- 
ter. 

JAMES, Rev. A., Worcester. 

JAMES, D. W. G., Kent. 

JAMES, E. H., Pembroke. 

JAMES, F., Stafforrl. 

JAMES, J., Brecknock. Radnor. 

JAMES, .1., Monmouth. 

JAMES. J.. Pembroke. 

JAMES, J. D., Monmouth. 

JAMES, J. G., Monmouth. 

JAMES, J. T. W., Cardignn, Pf.m- 

BliOKT . 

JAMES, Rev. O., Cumberland, 
Northumberland. 

JAMES, T., NORTHUMBKKLAJTD. 

JAMES, Bt., Sir W. C, Ke?jt. 

JAMES, W. H., Kent, Cinque 
Port,?. 

JAMES. W. V. Haverfordwest. 

.lANSON, F. H., Tovcer HamleU. 

JAQUES, L., York— N. R., York 
— W.R. 

JAQUES, R. M., YOBK— N. R. 

JARDINE, J., Chester. 

JARRATT. Rev. R., Gloucester. 

JARVIS, A. W., Norfolk. 

JARVIS, Itev. C. S., Lincoln- 
Pans of Lindsey. 

JARVIS, Rev. F. A., Lincoln- 
Parts of Lindsey. 

JARVIS, G. E., LixcoLN— Pts. of 
Kest. .and Lind. 

JARVIS, G. E., Nottingham. 

•lARVIS, Sir L. W., Norfolk. 

JARY, R. H. H., Beds, Lancaster. 

JARY. W. H., Norfolk. 

JAY, G. H., Tower Hamlein. 

JAYNE, B., Brecknock, Mon- 
mouth. 

JEBB, A. T., Denbigh. 

JKBB, Rev.H. G.. York— W. R. 

JEDDERli..FISHBR,A.C.,Sussex 

— E. U. 
JK1<;, R. R., Warwick. 

JEFFCOCK. T. W., York— W. R. 
JEFFERSON, H., Cumberland. 
JEFFERSON, J. J. D., York— 

JEFFERSON, R., Cumberland. 



JEFFREYS, H., Hertford. 

JEFFREYS, J. G., Brecknock, 
Glamorgan, Hertford. 

JEFFREYS, M. R., Wilts. 

JKKYLL, E. J., Beds. 

JENKIN. J. T., Glamorgan. 

JENKINS, C. v., Salop. 

JENKINS, E., Radnor. 

JENKINS, G. T., Sussex— W. D. 

JENKINS, J. B., Berks. 

JENKINS, J. B., Glamorgan. 

JENKINS, J. H., Glamorgan. 

JENKINS, J. J., Glamorgan. 

JENKINS. M. D., Denoigh. 

JENKINS, R. C, Gloucester, 
Monmouth. 

JENKINS, R. D., Cardigan. 

JENKINS, R. P., Gloucester. 

JENKINS, K. P., junr., Mon- 
mouth. 

JENKINS, T. A., Cardigan. 

JENKINS, W., Durham. 

JENKINS, W. H. P., Oxford, War- 
wick. 

JENKINSON,Et., SirG., Wilis. 

JENKINSON, G. B., Gloucester. 

JENKINSON, Bt., Sir G. S., 

GLOircKSTKK. 

JENKINSON, H. T. J., Hants. 
JENNER, B. St. A., Glamorgan. 
JENNER, H., Glamorgan, Here- 
ford. 
JENNER, R. F. L., Glamorgan. 
JENNER, Rev. S., Suffolk— W. D. 
JENNEY, A. H., Suffolk— E. D. 
JENNEY, S. W., Bucks. 
JENNINGS, J., Cumberland. 

JENNINGS, R., CvHMARTUEN. 

JENNINGS, R., Middlesex. 
JENNINGS, R. E., Carmarthen. 
JERNINGHAM, H. E. H., 

Northumberland. 
JERSEY, Earl of, Oxford, War- 
wick. Glanior>jan. 
JERVrS, E. L., Kent. 
JERVIS, G. F. R., Stafford. 
JERVIS, J. St. V. P.. Stafford. 
JERVIS, St. v., Stafford. 
JERVIS, St. V. W. F., Stafford. 
JERVIS, T., Middlesex. 
JERVIS, Hon. W. M., Derby. 
JERVIS, V'. R., Stafford. 
JERVOISE, F.M.E., Hams, Wilts. 
JBRVOISE, Bt., Sir J. C, Hants, 

Sussex — W. D. 
JESSE, J. F., Denbigh. 
JESSOP, A., York— W. R. 
JESSOP, L., Essex. 
JESSOP, T.(Hon'ev),York— W.R. 
JESSOP, T. (Sheffield), York— 

W.R. 
JESSOP, T., W., York— W. R. 
JESSOP, W., Derby. 
JESSOP, W. de Burtrh. Derby. 
JESSOPP, Rev. J., Hertford. 
JESTON, Rev. H. P., Bucks, 

Hertford. 
JOBSON, J., Durham. 
JODRELL, E., Norfolk. 
JODRELL, Bt., Rev. Sir E. R., 

Norfolk. 
.JOHN, W., Haverfordwest. 
JOHNS, J. W., Montgomery. 
JOHNSON, A. C, Lincoln— Pts. 

of Kesteven. 
JOHNSON, C, Tower Hamlefi. 
JOHNSON, C. G., Ditrham, York 

— N. R. 
JOHNSON, E., Devon. 
JOHNSON, E., Durham. 
JOHNSON, E. C, Middlesex. 
JOHNSON. F. D., Durham. 



JOHNSON, F. P., Cumbenand. 

JOHNSON, G. J.,CaMBBRLAND. 

JOHNSON, G. W., Leicester. 
JOHNSON, H. R. A., Durham. 
JOHNSON, J., Chester, Lan- 
caster. 
.TOHNSON, J. T,., Kon'. 
JOHNSON, J. G., DKvojf. 
JOHNSON, Sir J. H., Essex. 
JOHNSON, J. J., Susso-x— W. D. 
JOHNSON, J. W., Kent, Cinque 

Ports. 
JOHNSON, J. W. D.. Lincoln- 
Parts of Lindsey, York- W. R. 
JOHNSON, R., Lancaster. 
JOHNSON, R. G., Denbigh. 
JOHNSON, Rev. R. H. A.. 

Leicester. 
JOHNSON, R. S., Dnrham. 
JOHNSON, W., FUnt. 
JOHNSON, W., Stafford. 
JOHNSON, W. v., Berks. 
J(JHNST0N, A., Essex. 
JOHNSTON, A. R., Mid-ilcsex 
JOHNSTON. C. C, Che.stor. 
JOHNSTON, F., Lancaster 
JOHNSTON, Rev. G., Hunts. 
JOHNSTON, J., Lancaster. 
.JOHNSTON, J. G., Middlesex. 
JOHNS TON, R. H., Lincoln- Pts. 

of Kftstevon. 
JOHNSTON, T., Chester. 
JOHSTONE, Hon. F.,York— N. R. 
JOHNSTONE, H. J. W., Kent, 
Cinque Ports. 

JOHNSTONE, J. C. H., Dur- 
ham. 

JOHNSTONE, S. H.:il., Carnar- 
von. 

JOLIFFE, H. H., Sussex— D.E. 

JOLLIFFE, Hon. W. S. H., 
Hants. 

JOLLY, J. R., Kent. 

JONE, E., Anglesey. 

JONES, A. F., Flint, Carmarthen. 

JONES, A. G., Gloucester. 

JONES, A. H., Cardigan, Car- 
marthen. 

JONES, A. P., Carmarthen. 

JONES, B. Glamorgan. 

JONES, Rev. B. O., Denbigh. 

JONES, C, Merioneth. 

JONES, C, Norfolk. 

JONES, C. R., MontETomery. 

JONES, Rev. D., Cardigan. 

JONES, D. E., Brecknock, Car- 
marthen. 

JONES, E., Brecknock, Carmar- 
th'^n, Merioneth. 

JONES, E., Essex. 

JONES, E. G., Merioneth. 

JONES, E. J., Cardigan. 

JONES, E. W., Carmarthen. 

JONES, F. A. G., Carmarthen. 

JONES, E., Monmouth. 

JONES, F. G., Merioneth. 

JONES, F. M. T., Westmoreland. 

JONES, H. L., Norfolk. 

JONES, H. S. H., Angle.sey. 

JONES, H. S. H., Hertford. 

JONES, Rev. H. W., Carnarvon. 

JONES, Rev. H. W., Norfolk. 

JONES, Rer. H. W. W., Anglesey. 
Denbigh. 

JONES, I. R., Somerset. 

JONES, J., Cardigan, Cabmab- 

THEN. 

JONES, J., Carnarvon.Merioneth. 
JONES, J., Chester. 
JONES, J., Denbigh. 
JONES, J. Glamorgan. 
JONES, J. (Ross), Hereford. 



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JONES, Rev. J., Merioneth. 
.lONKS, J., Montgomery. 
.lONES, J., Stafford. 
JONES, J. J., Worcester. 
JONES, J., York— W. K. 
JONES, J.C., Deiibi<fh, Elint. 
JONES, J. ('., Warwick. 
JONES, Rev. J. D., Carnarvon. 
JONES, J. R., Montfromery. 
JONES, Ven. and Rev. J. W., 

Anglesey. 
JONKS, lil., Carnarvon. 
JONES, M., Cardigan, Caemak- 

THEN, I'emhroke. 
JONKS, M. C, Montgomery. 
.TONES, Rev. O., Denbigh. 
JONES, O. H., Glamorgan. 
JONES, Rev. R., Monmouth. 
JONES, R., Denbigh. 
JONES, R., Montgomerv. 
JONES, Rev. R. B., Pemliroke. 
JONES, R. E., Montgomery. 
JONES, R. H., York— W. R. 
JONES, R. O., Glamorgan. 
JONES, Rev. T., Cai-narvon. 
JONES, Rev. T. H., Anglesey. 
JONES, W. (Glandennis), Caedi- 

GAN, Caiinarthen. 
JONES, W. (Llwjnigroes), Car- 
digan. 
JONES, W., Chester. 
JONES, W., Gloucester. 
JONES, W., London. 
.TONES, W., Meeioneth. 
JONES, St., Sir W., Norfolk. 
JONES, Rt. Rev. W. B. T. (Bishop 

of St. David's), Cardigan. 
JONES, W. E., Hereford. 
.TONES, AV. H., CarcUgan. 
JONES, W. P., Flint. 
•TONES, W. S., Middlesex. 
JORDAN, G. B. J., Cardigan, 

Pemliroke. 
JOSEPH, T., Glamorgan. 
JOSSE, H., Lincoln, Parts of 

Lindsey. 
JOSSELYN, J., Suffolk— W. D. 
JOULE, B., Lancaster. 
.TOWITT. J., York— W. R. 
JOYCE, Rev. J. W., Salop, Wor- 

CGStSl'. 

JOYNSON, E., Chester. 
JOYNSON, R. H., Chester. 
JOYNSON, W., Chester. 
JUBB, H., York— W. R. 
JUDD, C. H., Tower JIamletf. 
JUDD, J. P., Essex. 

KAY, S r E. E., Norfolk. 
KAY, E. G., Lancaster. 
KAY, F. H. J., Warwick. 
KAY, J. C, York— W. R. 
KAY, J. D., Chester, Hertford. 
KAY, R., Lancaster. 
KAYE. .r., York— W. R. 
KAYKSS, J., Essex. 
KEARNEY, M., Durham. 
KKAKSLEY', E. S.. Lancaster. 
KEARSLEY', R., Y'okk— W. R., 

Ripon. 
KEATES, W., Fhnt. 
KECK, H. L. P., Leicester. 
KEDDLE, S. S., Dorset. 
KEELING. G. B., Gloucester. 
KEEN. A. Stafford. 
KEENE, E. R., Bucks,Oxford. 
KEENE, W. T, K. P., Wilts. 
KEKEWICH, T., Devon. 
KELHAM, R., Nottingham. 
KELK, Bt., Sir J., Middlesex, 

Hants. 
KELLY, E. H. M., Easex. 



KELLY, J., Devon. 
KELLY, L. H. R.. Cornwall. 
KELLY'', R., Cornwall, Devon. 
KELLY, S. W., Glamorgan. 
KEMBLE, C. A., Somerset. 
KEMBLE, H., Hertford. 
KEMBLE, T., Essex, Hertford. 
KEMMIS, A. H. N., Surrey. 
KEMP, F., Lancaster. 
KEMP, Bt., Sir K. H., Norfolk. 
KEMPSON, I., Derby. 
KEMPSON, J., Stafford. 
KENDALL, J., York— N. R. 
KENDALL. N., Cornwall. 
KENDALL, P. T., 3Iiddle^ex. 
KENDALL, T. M., York- N. R. 
KENDALL, jim., T. M., York- 

N. R. 
KENDELL, M. B., York— W. R. 
KENDRICK, J., Lancaster. 
KENNARD, I'"., Monmouth. 
KENNARD, H. J., London. 
KENNARD, H. M., Monuocih, 

Glamorgan. 
KENNARD, J. C, London. 
KENNARD, S. P., Middlesex. 
KENNAWAY, Bt., Sir J. H., 

Devon. 
KENNEDY', J., Chester. 
KENNEDY', J. D., Lancaster. 
KENNEDY', J. L., Lancaster. 
KENNEDY, M. (Amblei5ide),Lan- 

KENNEDY', M. (Ulverston), Lan- 

IvENNEDY', T. S., York— W. R. 

KENNERLEY, J. C, Cornwall. 

KENRICK, J. A., Stafford. 

KEN RICK, T., Stafford. 

KENSINGTON, Lord, Cai-mar- 
then, Pembroke {Ld. Lt.) Haver- 
fordwest. 

KENWORTHY, B. M., Lancaster. 

KENY'ON, Rev. C. O., Salop. 

KENYON, Hon. E., Chester, 
Salop. 

KENYON, Hon. E. F., Flint. 

KENYON, Hon. G. T., Fhnt. 

KENY'ON, G. T., Salop. 

KENY'ON, J., Lancaster. 

KEPPEL, Rev. E. S., Norfolk. 

KEPPEL, SirH., Southampton. 

IvEPPEL, Rev. W. A. W., Norfolk. 

KEPPEL. W. H. A., Norfolk. 

KERFERD, G. B., Chester. 

KERR, Lord H. P. C, Devon. 

KERR, R. J., Gloucester. 

KERR, R. M., Middlesex. 

KERR, W., Denbigh. 

KERRICH, E., Sun-ey. 

KERRISON, Bt., Sir E. C, Nor- 
folk, Suffolk — E. D. 

KERSHAW, J., Lancaster. 

KERSHAW, J., York— W. R. 

KERSHAW, Rev. J. A., Lan- 

KETTLE, R., Merioneth. 

KETTLE, Sir R. A., Hereford, 
Staftokd, Worcester. 

KBTTLEWELL. W.W., Somerset. 

KEVILL-DAVIES, W. T., Here- 
ford. 

KEY', J. M., London. 

KEY. W. H., York— E. R. 

KIDSON, J., Durham. 

KILCOURSIE, Viscount, Somer- 
set. 

KIMBELL, J. H., Warwick. 

KIMBERLEY. Earl of, Norfolk. 

KINDERSLEY, E. L., Dorset. 

KING, E. R., Warwick. 

KING, F. J., Hereford. 



KING, H., Sussex-E. D. 

KING, H. F. F., Surrey. 

KING, J., Cornwall. 

KING, J. J., Sussex— W. D. 

KING, Hon. P. J. L., Surrey. 

KING, R. K. M., Somerset. 

KING, R. W., Cambs., Suffolk. 

KING, T., Devon. 

KING, V. A., Chester. 

KING, W. C, Berks. 

KING, W. E.. Hereford, Wilts. 

KING, W. M., Somerset. 

KING, W. O. M., Somerset. 

KINGDON, C. B., Cornwall, 
Derby. 

KINGLAKE, A. W., Somerset. 

KINGLAKE, R. A., Somerset. 

KINGSCOTE, R. N. F., Glou- 
cester, Wilts. 

KINGSCOTE, Col. R. N. P.. 
Gloucester. 

KINGSFORD, K., Kent. 

KINGSMILL, W. H., Southam])- 
ton. 

KINNAIRD, Lord, Kent. 

KINSMAN, J. K., Cornwall. 

KINSMAN, Rev. R. B., Corn- 
wall. 

KIRBY', J. R., Esses. 

KIRK, J. H., Nottingham. 

KIRKBY', D. E., Merioneth. 

KIRKBY, D. W., Merioneth. 

KIRKHAM, Rev. J.W., Denbigh. 

KIRKLINTON, G. G., Cumber- 
land. 

KIRKPATRTCK. J., Kent. 

KIRKPATRICK, T., Lancaster. 

KIRKWOOD, G. T., Devon. 

KITSON, J., York— W. R. 

KITSON, Rev. T., Devon. 

KITSON, W. H., Devon. 

KNAPP, M. G. S., Bucks. 

KNATt'HBULL, Bt.,Sir W.,Kent. 

KNATCHBULL. W., Somerset. 

KNEESHAW, H.. Cabnaevos. 

KNIGHT, A. M., Leicester. 

KNIGHT, A. J. R. B., Salop. 

KNIGHT, A. R. B., Hekefobd. 

KNIGHT, Rev. C. R., Glamorgan. 

KNIGHT, O. R., Surrey. 

KNIGHT, E., Kent, Southampton. 

KNIGHT, E. L., Cornwall. 

KNIGHT, F. S. W., Devon, Somer- 

KNIGHT, F. W., Somerset. 
KNIGHT, F. W., WoECESTEii. 
KNIGHT, G., Leicester. 
KNIGHT. Rev. H. C, Flint. 
KNIGHT, H. E., London. 
KNIGHT, J. A., Devon. 
KNIGHT, J. M., Kent. 
KNIGHT, L. Kent. 
KNIGHT, M. G., Southampton. 
KNIGHT, W. W., Kent. 
KNIGHTLEY, Bt., SirR.,NoRTH- 

AMPTOX. 

KNIGHTLEY, Rev. V., North- 
ampton. 

KNIGHTON, Bt., [Sir W. W.. 
Southampton. 

KNILL, S., London. 

KNOLLYS, J. E., Somerset. 

KNOLLYS, Rt. Hon. Sir W. T., 
Oxford. 

KNOWLES, A., Gloucester. 

KNOWLES, Rev. C, Lincoln— 
Pts. of Lindsey. 

KNOWLES, Rev. E. H., Cumber- 
land. 

KNOWLES, G., Wilts. 

KNOWLES, J. (Eagley Bank), 
Lancaster. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, &C. 



Ir 



K.N'OWLES, J. (Heaton Grange), 
Ijaiicaster. 

KN'OWLES, R. J., Hertford. 

KN'OWLES, R. M., Nottingham. 

KNOWLES, S., Lancaster. 

KNOWLES, T., Chester. 

KNOX, A. A., Tower Hamlet.s. 

KNOX, H., Berks. 

KNYFTON, T. T., Somerset. 

KOHLER, J. D., Berks. 

KYNASTON, Rev. W.. C. E., Salop. 

KYNNE RSLEY, C. T. S., Stafford. 

KYNXERSLEY, T. C. S., Staf- 
ford, \V.\i:wicK, Worcester. 

KYNNERSLEY, W". H. S., Staf- 
ford. 

KYRLE, J. E. M., Heeepord. 

KYRKE, R. v., Phnt. 



LACE, F. J., Lancaster, York — 

W. R. 
LACON, E. B. K., Norfolk. 
LACON, Bt., Sir E. H. K., 

Norfolk, Suffolk— E. D. 
LACY, Rev. C, Buck.-, Hertford. 
LAING, .T., Durham. 
LAINSON, H., Sun-ey. 
LAIRD, W., Chester. 
LAIRD, \V., Lancaster. 
LAITY, R. J., Cornwall, Devon. 
LAKES, K. G., Cornwall. 
LAKIX, .1. M., Leicester. 
LAKIN.M. H., Warwick. 
LAMB, R. O., Dui-ham. 
LAMB, R. W., Northumberland. 
LAMB, W. ,T., Lancaster. 
LAMBARDE, F., Suffolk— W. D. 
LAMHARDE, J. B.. Kent. 
LAMBARDE, M., Kent. 
LAMBERT, H. T., Surrey. 
LAMBERT, J. A., Sun-ey. 
LAMBERT, N. G., Bucks. 
LAMPET, Rev. W. E. L., Essex. 
LAMPORT, C, Somerset. 
LAMPSON, Bt., Sir C. M., Sussex 

— E. D. 
LANCASTER, B., Berks. 
LANCASTER, J., Lancaster. 
LANCASTER, J., Warwick. 
LANCASTER, S., Monmouth. 
LANCASTER, T., Gloucester. 
LANDELL, W. W., Surrey. 
LANE, C, Oxford. 
LANE. C. N., Salop. 
LANE, C. P., Dorset, Worcester. 
LANE, H., Sussex— E. D. 
LANE, H. C, Sussex— E. D. 
LANE, .1. H. B., Berks. 
LANK, J. H. B., Stafford. 
LANE, S. L., York— N. R. 
LANE, T. W., Hereford. 
LANGDALE, C, York-E. R. 
LANGDALE, H. G.. York— E. R. 
LANGDALE, W., York— E. R. 
LANGDON, J. C, Dorset, Somer- 

LANGDON, J. C. S., Somerset. 
LANGE, W. J. M., Durham. 
LANGHAM.H.H., Noeth-impton. 
LANGLEY, Rev. D. B., Bucks. 
LANGTON, B. R., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Lindsey. 
LANGTON, C, Lancaster. 
LANGTON, H. P. S., Somerset 
LANGTON, S. Z., Cumberland. 
LANGTON, W. S., Somerset. 
LANGWORTHY. V. U., Somerset. 
LANSDOWNE, Marquis of, Wilts. 
LANT, R., Warwick. 
UARKING, J. W., Kent. 



LARKINS, W. F., Suffolk— B. D. 

LARKMAN, G. J., Suffolk— E. D. 

LASCELLES, Hon. E. W., York 
— W. R. 

LASCELLES, F. H., Surrey. 

LASCELLES, Hon. G. E.,York— 
N. R., York— W. R. 

LASCELLES, R., Cardigan. 

LASCELLES, Viscount, York- 
W. R. 

LASLETT, W., Worcester. 

LATHAM, A., London. 

LATHAM, G. W., Chester. 

LATHAM, — , Middlesex. 

LATHOM, Earl of, Lancaster. 

LAURENCE, W. F., Wilts. 

LAURIE, R. N., London. 

LAURIE, R. P. N., Middlesex. 

LAVERTON, A., AVilts. 

LAVIE, E., Worcester. 

LAW, Hon. H. S., Kent. 

LAW, J., York— W. R. 

LAW, J. A., Somerset. 

LAW, Rev. R. V., Wilts. 

LAW, T. S., Devon. 

LAWES, J. B., Hertford. 

LAWES, R. B., Kent. 

LAWLEY, W., London. 

LAWLEY, W., Salop. 

LAWRENCE, A. T., Monmouth. 

LAWRENCE, E., London. 

LAWRENCE, E. J., Cardigan. 

LAWRENCE, G., Monmouth. 

LAWRENCE, H. J. H., Carmar- 
then. 

LAWRENCE, Rev. J., Carmar- 
then. 

LAWRENCE, J.,»MoNMorTH. 

LAWRENCE, J. C, Lincoln— Pts. 
of Kcsteven. 

LAWRENCE, Bt., Sir J. C, Lon- 
don, Middlesex, Surrey. 

LAWRENCE, Lord, Middlesex. 

LAWRENCE, Bt., Sir T., Surrey. 

LAWRENCE, W., London, Mid- 
(Ugsgx 

LAWSON, A., York— N. R. 

LAWSON, A. S., YoEK— W. R. 

LAWSON, Rev. E., Northumber- 
land. 

LAWSON, Bt., Sir J., York- N. R. 

LAWSON, E. Levy, London. 

LAWSON, Bt., Sir W., Cumber- 
land. 

LAY, J. W., Essex. 

LAYBOURNE, R., Monmouth. 

LAYCOCK, R., Dm-ham. 

LAYE, H. T., York— N. R. 

LEA, Rev. J. T., Salop, Worcester. 

LEA, T., Worcester. 

LEA, Rev. W., Worcester. 

LEACH, A., Lancaster. 

LEACH, H., Pembroke. 

LEACH,.!., Lancaster. 

LEACOCK, T. M., Southampton. 

LEADER, J. W., Hertford. 

LEAKE, R., Lancaster. 

LEAKE, S. M. Hertford. 

LEAN, G. S., Somerset. 

LEATHAM, E. A., Gloucester. 

LEATHAM, E. A., York—W. S. 

LEATHAM, E. E., York— W. R. 

LEATHAM, S. G., York— W. R. 

LEATHAM, W. H., York— W. R. 

LEATHER, F. J., York— W. R. 

LEATHER, J. T., Northujibee- 

LAND. 

LEATHES, H. M., Suffolk— E. D. 
LECHE, J. H., Chestee. 
LECHE, J. H. iunr., Chester. 
LECHMEEE, Rev. A. B., Glou- 
cester. 



LECHMERE, Sir E. A. H., Woe- 

CESTEK. 

LECHMERE, T., Hereford. 
LECKIE, P. C, Surrey. 
LECONFIELD, Lord, Sussex— 

W. D. 
LED SAM, .1., Warwick. 
LEDWARD, S., Chester. 
LEE, E. A., Monmouth. 
LEE, E. D., Bucks. 
LEE, H., Lancaster. 
LEE, H. H., Glamorgan. 
LEE, J. D., London. 
LEE, J. H., Phnt. 
LEE, Rev. L. J., Salop. 
LEE, Rev. S. J., Salop. 
LEE,T., Lancaster. 
LEE, T. R., Chester. 
LEE, V. A., Glamorgan. 

LEE. V. H., SOJIERSET 

LEEDS, Duke of, Cambs. 
LEEKE, R., Salop. 
LEEKE, R. M., Stafford. . 
LEEMAN.M.p., J. J., York—W.E. 
LEES, Capt., York— E. R. 
LEES, E., Lancaster. 
LEES, E. B., Lancaster. 
LEES, E. B., York-W. R,. 
LEES, H., Flint. 
LEES, .T., York— W. R. 
LEES, S. D., Lancaster. 
LEE-WARNER, H., Norfolk. 
LEE-WARNER, H. J., Kerrford, 

Norfolk. 
LEE-WARNER, R.H.,Heeefoed. 
LEFEVRE, G. J. S., Berks, Kent. 
LEGARD, Sir C, York— E. R. 
LEGARD, G., York— E. R., 

York— N. R. 
LEGGE, Hon. A. C, Kent, Salop. 
LEGH, C. R. B., Chester. 
LEGH, H. M. C, Chester. 
LEGH, W. J., Chester. 
LEGH, W. J., Lnncaster. 
LE GRICE, C. D. N., CornwaU. 
LEICESTER, Earl of, Norfolk 

(Ld.Lt.). 
LEIGH, Rev. C. B., Essex. 
LEIGH, E., Chester. 
LEIC;H, E. a. B., Northampton. 
LEIGH, E. A. B. W. B., War- 
wick. 
LEIGH, Hon. E. C, Warwick. 
LEIGH, E. E., Gloucester. 
LEIGH, Hon. G. H. C, Warwick 
LEIGH, H., Lancaster. 
LEIGH, .1., Essex. 
LEIGH, J., Glamorgan. 
LEIGH, Lord, Gloucester,Warwick 

{Ld.Lt.). 
LEIGH, R., Kent. 
LEIGH, R., Lancaster. 
LEIGH, W., Gloucester. 
LEIGHTON, Bt., Sir B., Salop, 

Montgomery. 
LEIGHTON, S., Salop, Mont- 

gomerv. 
LEIR, R\ L., Somerset. 
LEIR, W., Devon. 
LEIR, W., Somerset. 
LEITH, F., Kent, Cinque Ports. 
LELY, W. G.. Norfolk. 
LE MARCHANT, Le M. T., 

Southampton. 
LENNARD, Bt., Sir J. F., Kent. 
LENNARD, Bt., Sii- T. B., Esses. 
LENNARD, T. B., Essex. 
LENNOX, Hon. C. S.,Hebefoed. 
LENNOX, Lord G. C. G., Suuex— 

W. D. 
LENNOX, Lord G. H. G. G., 

Sussex— W. D. 



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THE COUNTY COMVAXION. 



LENOX. L. G., Glamorgan. 
LKNTHALL, E. K.,Berks,Oxford. 
LKl'AYS, G. R., Hcrefi.ril. 
Ii^;T■I'(H", H. J., Lancaster. 
TiKUMlTTK, J. H., Middlesex. 
LK SAGK, J. >!., Zondon. 
liKSCIHKR. .1. F., Essrx. 
LKSLKY, J., York— N. R. 
LESLEY, E., York— N. R. 
XESLIE, A., Durham. 
LESLIE, H., Montgomery. 
LESIilE, H. D., Salop. 
LE S TRANGE, H., Norfolk. 
LETHHRIDGE, C, Somerset. 
LETHBRIDGE, J. C. B., Conx- 

WAI.L. 

LETHBRIDGE, Bt., Sir W. A., 

SOMKRSBT. 

liEVEN & MELVILLE, Earl of, 
Surrft/. 

LEVESON-GOWER, G. W. G., 
Kent. 

LEVETT, R. B., Stafforb. 

LEVETT, R. T. K., Stafford. 

LEVETT, T. J., Derby, Stafford. 

LEVI, W., Bucks. 

LEVICK, F., Monmouth. 

LEVICK, J., Middlesex. 

LEVY, Jonas, Kent, Cinque Ports. 

LEVY. J. M., Kent, Cinque 
Porta. 

LEWELLYN, J., Glamorgan. 

LEWES, Earl of, Kent. 

LEWES, J., Cabdigan, Carmar- 
then. 

LEWES, W., Fnnf^nW. 

LEWES, W. P., Cardigak, Car- 
nKirthen. 

LEWIS, A. G. P., Carmarthen. 

LEWIS, B. L., Surrey. 

LEWIS, C. B., Cardigan, Car- 
marthen . 

LEWIS, C. W. M., Carmarthen. 

LEWIS, D. J., Carmarthen. 

LEWIS, E., Newport, Glamorgan. 

LEWIS, E.(LIandaff), Glamorgan. 

LEWIS, E. E., MoNMOVTH. 

LEWIS, Rev. E. F., Monmouth. 

LEWIS, E. L., Carmarthen. 

LEWIS, Bt., Sir G. F., Hereford, 
Raflnor. 

LEWIS, H., Glamorgan. 

LEWIS, H., MiDDLESKX. 

LEWIS, I-I. E. F., Hereford, Rad- 
nor. 

LEWIS, .T., Brecknock. 

LEWIS, J., Glamorgan. 

LEWIS, .1. D., Devon. 

LEWIS, J. D., Southampton. 

LEWIS, J. L. G. P., Carmarthen, 
Pkmbroke. 

LEWIS, L., Montgomery. 

LEWIS, L. T., Glamorgan. 

LEWIS, T. F., Hereford, Mon- 
mouth. 

LEWIS, T. L. H., Anglesey. 

LEWIS, W. H., Cardigan, Car- 
marthen, Pembroke. 

LEWIS, Lt.-Col. W. P., Cakmab- 

THEN. 

LEWIS, W. p., Pembroke. 

LEWIS, W. P. L., Cardigan, Car- 
marthen . 

LEWIS, W. R., Sussex— E. D.,Gla- 
morgan. 

LEWIS, W. T., Brecknock. 

LEWISHAM, Visct., Salop, Staf- 
ford. 

LEWTHWAITE, G., Cumberland. 

LEWTHWAITE, J., CUMBBELANP. 

LEWTHWAITE, W., Ccmbeb- 

LAND. 



LEY, .1. H. F., Devon. 

LEYLAND, .J., Lancaster. 

LEYLAND, T. N., Denbigh. 

LEYSON, W., Glamorgan. 

LICHFIELD, Earl of, Stafford. 

LIDDELL, Hon. A., Northumber- 
land. 

LIDDELL, Hon. A. C. J., Durham. 

LIDDELL, Hon. Sir A. F. O., 
Durham. 

LIDDELL, C, Sussex— E. D. 

LIDDEliDALE, W., London. 

LIFFORD, Viscount, Warwick. 

LIGHTBOUND, T., Lancaster. 

LIGHTFOOT, .1. E., Lancaster. 

LIGHTON, Bt., Sir C. R., Here- 
ford. 

LILFORD, Lord, Northampton. 

LINDOW, .1. L., Cumberland. 

LINDOW, S., CUMUERLAND. 

LINDSAY, Hon. C, Devon, Lan- 

LINDSAY', Hon. C. H., Berks. 
LINDSAY', H. G., Brecknock. 
LINDSAY, Sir R. J. LLOYD-, 

Herks, Northampton. 
LINDSELL, C. S., Bedford. 
LINDSELL, R. H., Bedford. 
LINDSEY^Earl of, Lincoln— Pts. 

of Kesteven. 
LINDSEY", J., Southampton. 
LINGEN, Rev. C. N., Rtulnor. 
LINGWnOD, R. M., Hereford. 

LINSKILL, W., NOKTHUMBER- 
LAND. 

LINTON, J., Hunts. 

LINZEE, R. G., Southampton. 

LIPSCOMB, Rey. H. C, Dur- 
ham. 

LIPSCOMBE, Rev. P., Y-'ork— 
N. R. 

LIPSCOMBE, W., Y'ork— W. R. 

LISBURNE, Earl of, Cardigan. 

LISTER, A., Essex. 

LISTER, E., Monmouth. 

LISTER. E. L., Monmouth. 

LISTER, G. S.,Lincoln— Pts. of 
Lindsey. 

LISTER', S. C, Y'ork— W. R. 

LISTER.Rev. T. H., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Lindsey, Y'ork — W. R. 

LISTER, T. T. C, Sussex— E. D., 
York— W. R. 

LITTLE, Sir A., Gloucester. 

LITTLE, E. C, Gloucester. 

LITTLE, J., Cambs. 

LITTLE, .1. C, Gloucester. 

LITTLE, J. W., Lancaster. 

LITTLE, T. H., Hereford, Wor- 
cester. 

LITTLE, W. C, Isle of Ely. 

LITTLEDALE, C. R., Berks. 

LITTLETON, Hon. E. G. P., 
Stafford. 

LITTLETON, Hon. W. F., Staf- 
ford. 

LITTLEWOOD, B., StaSord. 

LITTLEWOOD, J. S., Lancaster. 

LIVESEY', Rev. T., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Lindsey. 

LLEWELLIN, Rev. J. C, Mon- 
mouth. 

LLEWELLIN, W., Monmouth. 

LLEWELLY^N, E. H., Somerset. 

LLEWELLY'N, E.T., Glamorgan. 

LLEWELLYN, G., Gumojigan. 

LLEWELLYN, L., Devon. 

LLEWELLYN, J. D., Carmar- 
then, Glamorgan. 

LLEWELLYN, J. D. T., Carmar- 
then, Glamorgan. 

LLEWELLYN, R. W., Glamorgan. 



LLEWELLYN, W., Glamorcax. 

LLEWELYN, J. D., Glamorgan. 

LLEWELYN, J. D. T., Glamor- 
gan. 

LLOYD, A. P., Salop. 

LLOYD, Rev. C, Bucks. 

LLOYD, C Carmarthen. 

LLOYD, C, Cardigan, Carmar- 
then. 

LLOY'D, D. L., Merioneth. 

LLOYD, E., Lancaster. 

LLOYD, E. E.', Merioneth. 

LLOY'D, E. P., Carmarthen. 

LLOYD, G., Brecknock. 

LLOYD, G. B., Snlop. 

LLOYD, G. W., York—W. H. 

LLOYD, H., Brecknock, Glamor- 
gan. 

LLOYD. 11. , Chester, Flint. 

LLOY'D, J., Brecknock. 

LLOY'D, Rev. J., Montgomery. 

LLOYD, .1. E., Cardigan. 

LLOYD, .1. .!., Cardigan. 

LLOYD, .1. F. J., Pembroke. 

LLOYD, L. L., Cardigan, Caemab- 

THEN. 

LLOYD, M., Merioneth. 

LLOYD, Bt., Sir M. O. M., Car- 
digan, Carmarthen, Pem- 
broke. 

LLOYD, M. P., Carmarthen. 

LLOY'D, P., Brecknock, Radnor. 

LLOY'D, P. A., Carnarvon. 

LLOYD, P. A., Flint. 

LLOY'D, R., Montgomery. 

LLOYD, Rev. R. .1., CanUgan. 

LLOYD, R. L., Brecknock, Rad- 
nor, Cardigan. 

LLOYD, R. T., Salop. 

LLOYD, S., Stafford. 

LLOYD, S. S., War\\ick. 

LLOYD, T., Cardigan. 

LLOY'D,jun.,T., Pembroke. 

LLOYD, T., Warwick. 

LLOYD, T. C, Hereford, Breck- 
nock. 

LLOY'D, T. E., Cardigan, Carmar- 
then. 

LLOYD, T. E. J., Anglesey. 

LLOYD, T. W., York— N.R. 

LLOYD, W., Cardigan. 

LLOYD, W., Stafford. 

LLOYD, Rev. Y. G., Y'ork— W. R. 

LLOYD-LINDSAY, Sir R., Berks. 

LLOYD-MOSTYN, Hon. L. W. V., 
Kent. 

LOCH, G., Middlesex. 

LOCKE, F., Kent. 

LOCKE, F. A. S., Wilts. 

LOCKE, J., Wilts. 

LOCKE, .1. A., Devon, Somerset. 

LOCKE, W., Wilts. 

LOCKER, W. T., Stafford. 

LOCKWOOD, A. R. M., Essex. 

LOCKWOOD, A. R. M., York— 
W. R. 

LOCKWOOD, W. .!.. Essex. 

LOCK-BEVERIDGE, J. E., Kent. 

LOCOCK, E., Lincoln— Parts of 
Lindsey. 

L0DER,"R., Northampton. 

LODER, R., Sussex— W. D. 

LODER, W. H., Sussex. 

LODGE, Rev. S., Lincoln. 

LODWICK, R. W., Surrey. 

LOFFT, R. E., Suffolk— W. D. 

LOFTUS, C, Norfolk. 

LOGAN, F., Surrey. 

LOMAS, W., Lancaster. 

LOMAX, .!., Lancaster. 

LOMAX, T., Suffolk— E. D. 

LOMBE, Rev. H., Suffolk -W. D. 



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LOMBE, Rev. H. E., Norfolk. 
LONDESBOROUGH, Lord, York 

— E. R. 
LONDONDERRY, Marquis of, 

Durham (Ld. Lf.), York— N. R., 

Mbbionkth, Montgomekt. 
LONG, G., Southampton. 
LONG, J., Sussex— W. D. 
LONG, S., Gloucester. 
LONG, S., Kent. 
LONG, W., Somerset. 
LONG, jun., W., Somerset. 
LONG, \V., Southampton. 
LONG, W. B., Suffolk— E. D. 
LONG, W. H., Wilts. 
LONG, W. .!., Southampton. 
LONGBOURNE, J. V., Susses— 

W. D. 
LONGCROFT, C. E., Cardigan. 
LONGCROFT, C. R., Caedigait, 

Carmarthen . 
LONGDEN, T. H., Kent. 
LONGMAN, A. H., Hertford. 
LONGWORTH, S. Lancaster. 
LONQUEVILLE, T., Salop. 
LONSDALE, A. P., Flint. 
LONSDALE, Earl of, Cusiber- 

LiND, WitSTMORELAND. 

LONSDALE, J. J., Kent. 
LONSDALE, J. J., York— W. R. 
LOPES. G. L., Wilts. 
LOPES, Sir H. C, Somerset, 

Wilts. 
LOPES, H. Y. B., Devon. 
LOPES, Bt., Sir M., Devon-, 

Wilts. 
LOPES, R. L., Devon, Somerset, 

Wilts. 
LORAINE-GREWS, R. A. L., 

Somerset. 
LOSH, W. S., Cumberland. 
LOUSADA, C, Devon. 
LOUSADA, J. B., Devon. 
LOVEDAY, J. E. T., Oxford, War- 
wick. 
LOVELACE, Earl of, Somerset, 

Surrey {Ld. Lt.) . 
LOVELL, E. L., Somerset. 
LOVELL, P. F., Southampton. 
LOVERIDGE, H., Stafford. 
LOVERIDGE, S., Stafford. 
LOVESY, E. W., Gloucester. 
LOVETT, J. H., Salop. 
LOVETT, P. C, Bucks. 
LOVETT, T. H., Salop. 
LOVET-PRINSEP, T., Warwick. 
LOW, S. P., Kent, London. 
LOW, W., Denbiprh. 
LOWE, A., Devon. 
LOWE, A. E. L., Monmouth. 
LOWE, A. S. H., Essex. 
LOWE, C. B., Leicester. 

LOWE, E. J., Monmouth, Not- 
tingham. 

LOWE, R. H. C, Derby. 

LOWE, W. D. N. D., Carnarvon, 
Denljigh. 

LOWE, W. S.. Chester. 

LOWNDES, Rev. C. W. S., Bucks. 

LOWNDES, E. C, Lancaster, 
Wilts. 

LOWNDES, E. W. S., Bucks. 

LOWNDES, G. A., Essex, Hertford. 

LOWNDES, .1. H., Northampton. 

LOWNDES, R., Chester. 

LOWNDES, R. W. S., Bucks. 

LOWNDES, S., Dorset. 

LOWNDES, W., Bucks. 

LOWNDES, W. L., Salop. 

LOWNDES, W. S., Bucks, Essex. 

LOWNDES, jun., W. S., Bucks. 

LOWTH, G. T., Brecknock. 



LOWTH, G. T., Southampton. 
LOWTHER, Rev. B., Chester. 
LOWTHER, Rev. B., Hereford. 
LOWTHER, Rt.-Hon. J., York— 

N. R. 
LOWTHER, M., Southampton. 
LOWTHER, Hon. W., Cumbee- 

LAND, Westmoreland. 
LOXDALE,J.(Aberj'stwith),Salop, 

Stafford, Cardigan". 
LOXDALE, J. (Shrewsbury), Salop. 
LOY, S. H., York— N. R. 
LOYD, E., Kent, Lancaster. 
LOYD, L., London. 
LOYD, L., Surrey. 
LOYD, T. C, Monmouth. 
LOYD, W., London. 
LOYD, W. J., Hertford, 
LUARD, Rev. B. G., Essex. 
LUARD, G. A., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsey. 
LUARD, W. G., Essex. 
LUBBOCK, Bt., Sir J., Kent, 

London. 
LUBBOCK, J. J. L., Norfolk. 
LUCAN, Earl of, Middlesex. 
LUCAS, A. ('., Middlesex. 
LUCAS, A. G., Suffolk. 
LUCAS, A. W., Devon. 
LUCAS, B., Derby. 
LUCAS, Rev. C, Norfolk. 
LUCAS, C. T., Surrey, Sussex— 

W.D. 
LUCAS, E. S., Hereford, Mon- 
mouth, Radnor. 
LUCAS, F., Bedford, Hertford. 
LUCAS, L. L., Kent. 
LUCAS, R., Rutland. 
LUCAS, Rev. R. G., Norfolk. 
LUCAS, S. L. L., Devon, Kent. 
LUCAS, T., Middlesex. 
LUCAS, T., Suffolk- E. D. 
LUCAS, W., Hereford. 
LUCAS, W. .T., Essex. 
LUCCOCK, J. D., York— W. R. 
LUCE, C. R., Wilts. 
LUCE, W. H., Wilts. 
LUCY, H. S., Waricicl-. 
LUCY, W., Stafford. 
LUCY, W., Warwick. 
LUCY, W. C, Gloucester. 
LUCY, junr., W. C, Gloucester. 
LUDDINGTON, H. T., Isle of Ely. 
LUKE, W. S., Devon. 
LUKIS, Rev. W. C, Wilts. 
LUND, J., Y^oBK— W. R. 
LUPTON, F., York— W. R. 
LUPTON, .J., York— W. R. 
LUSH, J. A., Wilts. 
LUSH, 3. R., Cinque Ports. 
LUSHINGTON, E. H., Surrey. 
LUSHINGTON, P., MidcUesex, 

Tower Hamlets. 
LUSHINGTON, F. A., Southamp- 
ton. 
LUSHINGTON, F. J. W., Kent. 
LUSHINGTON, Bt., Sir H., Hert- 
ford. 
LUSK, Bt., Sir A., Londoh, Mid- 
dlesex. 
LUTLEY', J. H. B., Hereford, 

Worcester. 
LUTTMAN-JOHNSON, J., Sus- 
sex— W. D. 
LUTTRELL, Rev. A. F., Somer- 
set. 
LUTTRELL, A. F., Somerset. 
LUTTRELL, G. P., Somerset. 
LUTTRELL, H. A. P., Somerset. 
LUTTRELL, J. A. F., Somerset. 
LUTWIDGE. C. R. F., Ccmbee- 
LAND, Kent. 



LUXFORD, Rev. G. C, Sussex— 

LYALL, C, Middlesex. 
LYBBE, P. L. P., Oxford. 
LYDE, L. N. F. A., Beds. 
LYMINGTON, Viscount, Devon. 
LY'NCH, T. K., Lond^jn. 
LYNE, C, Monmouth. 
LY'NE, De C. P., Devon. 
LY'NE, H., Somerset. 
LYNES, S. P., Denbigh. 
LY'ON, A. W., Derbv. 
LYON, A. W., Stafford. 
LYON, C. E., Stafford. 
LYON, C.W., Stafford. 
LYON, E., Stafford. 
LYON, P.. Chester. 
LY'ON, jui.., T., Chestv. 
LY'ON, T. H„ Chester. 
LYON, W., Middlesex. 
LY'ON, W., Surrev. 
LYON, W., Sussex— W.D. 
LYON, W. J., Stafford. 
LYONS, A. M., Glamorsjan. 
LY'SAGHT, J. R., York— W. R. 
LYSLEY', W. G., York- W. R. • 
LYTTLETON, Hon. G. W. S.,. 

Worcester. 
LY'TTLETON, Lord, Worcesteb. 
LYTTON, Earl of, Hertford. 
LYVEDEN, Lord, Noethamptojt. 



McADAM, .1. J. L., Dorset, Essex. 
McARTHCR, A., ioz/don, Surrey. 
McARTHU R,W., London, Surrey. 
McARTHUR, W. A., London. 
McCORQUODALE, G., Lancaster. 

McCOY', D., Denbigh. 
McDonnell, p., Monmouth. 
McDOUGALL, A., Loudon. 
McGAREL-HOGG, Sir J. M., Mid- 

McGE.\CHY', P. A., Herts, Mid- 

<ll6S6S. 

McKENZIE, Admiral, Anglesey. 

McLaughlin, E., Hereford. 

McEWEN,W., Denbiah. 

McMURDO, R., Hereford. 

McMURDO,W. M. S., Middlesex. 

McQUEEN, .1., Kent. 

MAC ADAM, T. S., Sussex— B.D. 

MACAN, T. A., Bedford. 

MACANDREW, J. J., Devon. 

MACANDREW, W., Essex. 

MACCONNELL, J. E., Bucks. 

MACCLESFIELD, Earl of, Ox- 
ford. 

MACDONALD, Bt., Sir A. K., 
Southampton, Surrey. 

MACDONALD, D., Surrey. 

MACDONALD, W. M., Sussex— 
E. D. 

MACHELL, J. O., Suffolk— W. D. 

MACHELL, J. P., LvNCASTER. 

MACHEN, J., Warwick. 

MACHIN, J. v.. Nottingham. 

MACK, T., Norfolk. 

MAC INNES, M., Cumberland, 
Middlesex. 

MACKAY, A. C, Hants. 

MACKENZIE, D. M., Kent. 

MACKENZIE, E. P., Norfolk, 
Suffolk— W. D. 

MACKENZIE, H. M., Cumber- 
land. 

MACKENZIE, J., Northampton. 

MACKENZIE, J. T.. Middlesex. 

MACKENZIE, W. D., Bucks, Ox- 
ford. 

MACKESON, H. B., Kent. 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



MACKKSON, W. A., Kknt. 
MACKIE, K. A., York— W. R. 
MACKIK, J., Derby. 
MAOKIK, R. B., York— W. B. 
MACKINNON, F. A,. Kent. 
MACKINNON, L., Devon, Mid- 

dlosex. 
MACKINNON, W. A., Middlesex, 

Southampton. 
MACKINTOSH, (i. C, Hereford, 

Middlesex. 
MACTiATNK, J. T., Gloucester. 
MACLAINE, W. ()., Gi.oucESTKK. 
iIA('hl':AN, J. D., Cnmborland. 
MACrdVEK, P. S., Somerset. 
MAClLClvK, J. W., Lancasteb. 
MACNA(;HTEX, K., Kssex. 
MACNAGHTEN, S., Southampton 
MACNAGHTEN, T., London. 
MACNAMARA, A., Bedtord, 

Hkkts. 
MACRAE, G. G., Chester. 
MACRAE, G. G., Lanca.stcr. 
MADAN, M., Stafford. 
MADDEN, L. P., Devon. 
MADDISON", G. W., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Lindsev. 
MADEN, H., Lancaster. 
MADOCKS, J. E., Denbigh. 
MAGNAY, F. A., Norfolk. 
MAGNIAC, C, Bedford, Loiithm. 
MAGNIAO, H. R., Beds. 
MAGOR, E. A., Cornwall. 
MAGRATH, .1. R.. Wilts. 
MAINWARING.C. A.,Carnarvon. 
MAINWARING, C. S., Denbigh, 

Merioneth. 
MAINWARING, S. K., Salop. 
MAINWARING, T., Denbisrli. 
MAITLAND, P., Essex. 
MAITLAND, .7. F., Berks. 
MAITLAND, T. F., Berks. 
MAITLAND, W. F., Brecknock. 
MAITLAND, W. P., Essex. 
MAJENDIE, L. A., Essex. 
MAJOR, C. M., London. 
MAKIN, J. W., Chester. 
MAKINS, W. T., E.ssex, London, 

Oxford. 
MALCOLM, .!., Kent. 
MALCOLM, J. W., Kent. 
MALET, A., Somerset. 
MALLALIEU, H., York— W. R. 
MALLOCK, R., Devon. 
MALMESBURY', Earl of, South- 
ampton. 
MALTBY, E., Gloucester. 
MAN(;HESTEK, Duke of, Hunts. 
MANDKVILLE, Viscount, Hunts. 
MANLEY, A. E., Stafford. 
MANLEY, F. C, Stafford. 
MANLEY, G., York— W. R. 
MANLEY, R. G., Warwick. 
MANN, L., Chester. 
MANN, L. B., Derby. 
MANN, P. C, Durham. 
MANNING, Rev. C. R., Norfolk. 
MANiS'ING, W. W., Monmouth. 
MANSEL, A. B., Dorset. 
MANSEL, E. B., Norfolk, Suffolk, 

— E. D. 
MANSEL, G. P., Dorset. 
MANSEL, Bt., Sir J., Cardigan, 

Carmarthen. 
MANSEL, J. C, Bucks. 
MANSEL, R., Southampton. 
MANSEL, R. M., Glamorgan. 
MANSEL, R. P., Carmarthen. 
MANSEL, R. S., Northumberland. 
MANSFIELD, J. S., Middlesex. 
MANTELL, Sir J. I., Lancaster 
MANUELLE, P., London. 



MANVEUS, Earl, Nottingham. 
MAPLESON, J.H., Tower Hamlets 
JIAPI'IN, P. T., York— W. R. 
MARCH AND KINRARA, Earl 

of, Sussex- W. D. 
MARCON, .1., Norfolk. 
MARCON, jun., J., Norfolk. 
MARDON.E. K. E., Monmouth. 
MARGARY, A. R., Surrey. 
MAR.IOPJBANKS, Bt., Sir D. C, 

MidiUesux, London. 
MAR.IORIBANKS, Sir .T. North- 
ampton. 
MARKER, G. M., Devon. 
MARKER, R., Devon, Dorset. 
MARKHAM, C, Derby. 
MARKHAM, Rev. C. W., Lincoln 

—Pts. of Lindsey. 
MARKHAM, P., Cumberland, 

Westmoreland. 
MARKHAM, W. T., York— W. R. 
MAPLB(JROUGH, Duke of, 

Oxford {Ld. Lt.). 
MARLIN(!, S. S., Gloucester. 
MARLING, W. B. Monmouth. 
MARLING, W. H., Gloucester. 
MARRINER, W. L., York— W. R. 
MARRIOTT, C, Leicester. 
MARRIOTT, E. J. B., Gloucester, 

Oxford, Worcester. 
M AH i; 1( )TT, H. S., Suffolk- E. D. 
MARlMO'l'T, H. R. G.. Essex. 
MARRIOTT, Kt., Sir W. H. S., 

Dorset. 
MARRIOTT-DODINGTON, T., 

Somerset. 
MARRYATT, J., Middlesex. 
MARSDEN, P. C, Essex. 
MARSDEN, Rev. J. H., Essex. 
MARSDEN, Rev. R. B., Radnor. 
MARSH, Rev. H. A., Nottingham. 
MARSH, J., Lancaster. 
MARSH, T. P. P., Monmouth. 
MARSHALL, A. W., Hunts. 
MARSHALL. P., Sm-rev. 
MARSHALL, G. H., Yore— E. R. 
MARSHALL, H. B., London. 
MARSHALL, H. C, York^W.R. 
MARSHALL, J., Midi.Ueses. 
MARSHALL, .1., Stafford. 
MARSHALL, J. R., Lancaster. 
MARSHALL, R. D., Cumberland, 

York— W. R. 
:MARSHALL, T., Lancaster. 
MARSHALL, Rev. T. E., Suffolk. 
ilAHSHALL, T. H., Chester. 
MARSHALL, V. A. E., Lancaster. 
MARSHALL, Rev. W. K., Lincoln 

— Pts. of Lindsey. 
M.VRSHALL, W. N. C, Cornwall. 
M.ARSHAM, C. A. O., Essex. 
MARSH.VM, C. J. B., Oxford. 
MARSHAM, C. R., Norfolk. 
MARSHAM, G., Kent. 
ilARSHAM. G. A., Norfolk, 

SutVnlk— W. D. 
MARSHAM, Rev. H. P., Norfolk. 
MARSHAM, Rev. J. J., Kent. 
MARSHAM, Rev. T. J. G., 

Norfolk. 
MARSH-DUNN, R. M., Devon. 
MARSON, .T., Chester. 
MART, J. P., Lancaster. 
MARTEN, E. P., Monmouth. 
MARTEN, G. N., Hertford. 
MARTKN, T. A., Glamorgan. 
MARTEN, T. P., Herts. 
MARTIN, A., Dorset. 
MARTIN, C. W., Wilts. 
MARTIN, G. E., Wobobstbr. 
MARTIN, H., Nottingham. 
MARTIN, J., Isle of Ely. 



MARTIN, J. A. N., Hants. 

MARTIN, R., Worcester. 

MARTIN, R. B., Kent. 

MARTIN, R. P., Leicester. 

MARTIN, S. N., Kent. 

MARTIN, Sir Theodore. Denbigh. 

MARTIN, T. H. M., Southampton. 

MARTINEAU, A., Sussex— E. D. 

MARTINEAU, J., Southampton. 

MARTINEAU, P. M., Middlesex. 

MARTON, G. B. H., Lancasteb, 
Westmoreland. 

MARTYN, .J., Bedford. 

MARTYN, P. S. F., Essex. 

MARWOOD, G.,Y'0RK— N. R. 

MARX, G. P,. Southampton. 

MARYCHURCH, W., Pembroke. 

MASEPIKLD, R. T., Salop. ' 

MASKELL, W., Cornwall. 

MASKELYNE, M. H. N. Story, . 
Gloucester, Wilts. 

MASKELYNE, N.S., Brecknock. 

MASON, E. S., Lincoln— Parts of 
Lindsey. 

MASON, P. J. M., Warwick. 

MASON, G. W., Nottingham. 

MASON, H., Che.ster, Lancaster. 

MASON, J., Oxford. 

MASON, Rev. J. M., Northumlier- 
land. 

MASON, J. O., WnncU-l-. 

MASON, R., Norfolk. 

MASON, T., AYestmoreland. 

MASSEY, P. E., Chester. 

MASSEY, .T., Lancaster. 

MASSEY, W., Anglesey. 

MASSICKS, T. Cumberland. 

MASSY, E. T., Pembroke, Hater- 
fordwest. 

MASTER, C. H., Surrey. 

MASTER, T. W., Chester, Glou- 
cester, Monmouth. 

MASTER, jun., T. W., Chester, 
Gloucester. 

MASTERMAN, E. London. 

MASTERMAN, J., London. 

MASTERMAN, T., London. 

MATCILAM, W. E., Wilts. 

MATHKSON, A., London. 

MATHESON, H. M., London. 

MATHEW, E. W., Carnarvon, 
Merioneth. 

MATHEWS, B. .T., Stafford. 

MATHEWS, B. St. .1., Hereford. 

MATHIAS, L., Pembroke. 
MATHISON, A. S., Surrey. 

MATTHEWS, C. P., Havering- 
atto-Bower. 

MATTHEWS. P. W., Dorset. 
MATTHEWS, S., Berks. 
MATTHEWS, W. C, Devon. 

MATTHEWS, Rev. W. P. P., 
Cornwall. 

MAULE, Rev. Geo, Lincoln- 
Parts of Lindsay 

MAULE, G. N., Devon. 

MAULEY, Lord de, Gloucester. 

MAUNSELL, C. E., Bucks. 
MAUNSELL, T. C, Northampton. 

MAUSBLL, J. C, Northampton. 
MAWBY, R., Lincoln Parts of 

Holland. 
MAXSE, F. A., Southampton. 
MAXWELL, J. H., Cumberland. 
MAXWELL, Bt., Sir J. H., Mid- 

<ll6SGX. 

MAXWELL-STUART, H., York— 

W. R. 
MAXWELL-STUART, H. C.,York 

— W. R. 
MAY, G. P., Essex. 
MA YD, J. G. D., Suffolk— W. D. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAOISTRAXB3, &C. 



'4ii 



MAYD, Rev. W., Suffolk— W. D 

MAYER, C. P., Middlesex. 

MAYHEW, C. G. O., Cardigan. 

MAYHEW, H., Lancaster. 

MAYIS'ARD, A. L., Durham. 

MAYNARD, .J., London. 

MAY'XARn, W. R., London. 

MAYKE, E., Stafford. 

ilAYOR, Rev. AV., Durham. 

MAYSOX, .1. S., Lancaster. 

MEADE, J., Norfolk. 

MEADE, .1. S., Dorset. 

MEAKIN, J., Stafford. 

MEASOM, G. S., Kent, Cinque 
Ports. 

MEDLEY, G. W., Kent. 

MBDLICOTT, H. E., Wilts. 

MEDLYCOTT, Bt., Sii" "VV. C, 
Somerset. 

MEDLYCOTT, W. C. P., Dorset, 
Somerset. 

MEEK, A., Wilts. 

MEEK, Sir J., Tork—i:. E., 
York— N. R., York— \V. R. 

MEIGH, C, Stafford. 

MEIGH, AY. M., Stafford. 

MBLHUISH, W. W., Devon. 

MELLALIEU, S., Lancaster. 

MBLLER, W., Middlesex. 

MELLIAR, W. F. M., Somerset. 

MELLIAR.AV. M. Foster, Oxford. 

MELLOR, A., Devon, Somerset. 

MELLOR, G., Chester, Lancaster. 

MELLOR, .T., Lancaster. 

MELLOR, .T. .T., Lancaster. 
MELLOR, J. W., Somerset. 

MELLOR, T. W. Chester, Lan- 
caster. 
.MELLOR. '.v., YoEK— W. R. 
MELLOR, W. M., Chester. 
MELLY, G., LoncaHer. 
MENCE, Rev. R., Worcester. 
MENDEL, S., Kent. 

MENDEL, S., L\NCA9TET!. 

MERCER, J. (Oakenshaw), Lan- 

MERCER, J. (Newton-le-AVillows), 
Lancaster. 

MEREDITH, H. W., Denbigh. 

MERIVALB, Very Rev. C, 
Essex. 

MBRRYWEATHER, J., York— 
N. R. 

MESH AM, A., Denbigh, Flint. 

MBSSITER, C. A., Somerset. 

METCALFE, F. M., Norfolk. 

METCALFE, .T. A., Y'ork- N. R. 

METCALFE, W. .1., Somerset. 

METCALF, T. T. S., Hereford. 

METHOLD, Rev. J. W., Norfolk. 

METHUEN, Lord, Wilts. 

MEUX, Bt., Sir H., Essex. 

MEWS, .1., Surrey. 

MEXBOROUGH, Earl of, York— 
W. R. 

MEYER, H. P. D., Essex. 

MEYER, J., E.ssex, Herts., Mid- 
dlesex. 

MBYNELL, E. J., Durham. 

MEYNELL, G. F., Derby. 
• MEYRICK, A. W. H., Hkkf.ford. 

MBYRICK, Bt„ Sir E. M. T. G., 
Anglesey. 

MEYRICK, O. J. A. F., Su.ssex— 

B. D. 
MEYSEY-THOMPSON, Bt., Sir 

H. M., Y'ork- W. R. 
\nCHEL, C. B., Dorset, South- 
ampton. 
MICHEL, Sir J., Dorset. 
MICHELL. A. R., York— N. R. 
MICHELL, G. A., Cornwall. 



MICHELL, J., Dirrham, York— 
N. R. 

MICHELL, AY. P., Cobxw.vll, 
Devon. 

MICKELTHWAIT, R., York- 
W. R. 

MICKLETHWAIT, .1. P., Mon- 
mouth. 

MICKING, G., Lancaster. 

MIDDELTON, C. M., Somerset. 

MIDDBLTON, C. M., Yoek— 
W. R. 

MIDDLBMORE, R. F-, Worcester. 

MIDDLETON, Lord, York- 
E. R., York— N. R. 

MIDDLETON, Bt., Sir A., Nokth- 

TTMBERLAND. 

MIDDLETON, E. P., Norfolk. 
MIDDLETON, E. AA". C, Leicester. 
MIDDLETON, H. B., Dorset. 
MIDDLETON, H. N., Dorset. 
MIDDLETON, H. N., Northum- 
berland. 
MIDDLETON, .1.. York— W. R. 
MIDLETON, ATiscount, Screet. 
MIERS, A., Brecknock. 
MIBRS, C. H., Brecknock, 

Glamorgan. 
MIERS, H. AV., Brecknock, 

Glamorgan. 
MILBANK, A. S., Durham, York 

— N. R. 
MILBANK, F. A., Durham, York 

— N. R. 
MILBANK, M. W.V., York— N. R. 
MILBANK, P. C, York— N. R. 
MILBANKB, Bt., Sir P., 

SrssF.x— W. D. 
MILBORNE, H., Glamorgan. 
MILDMAY^, A. G. St. J., Somerset. 
MILDMAY, H. B., Kent. 
MILD MAY, Bt., Sir H. B. P. St. J., 

Southampton. 
MILDMAY, H. G. St. J., 

Somerset. 
MILDRED, F., London. 
MILES, C. W., Wilts. 
MILES, B. P. W.. Gloucester. 
MILES, J. J., Middle;;ex. 
MILES. J. S. H., Cardigan. 
MILES, Bt., Sir P. J. W., 

Somkrsbt. 
MILES, P. J. W., Souebset. 
MILES, Sir W., Cardigan. 
MILES, W., Devon. 
MILES, AY. H., Somerset. 
MILFORD, F., Devon. 

MILFORD, J., Devon. 

MILLER. A. H., Devon. 
MILLER, G. T., MidcUesex. 

MILLER, J., Middlesex. 

MILLER, .!.. Oxford. 

MILLER, J. M. Devon. 

MILLER, R. Worcester. 

MILLER, R. C, Kent. 

MILLER, Rev. W. S., Wai-wick. 

MILLIGAN, C, Derby. 

MILLINGTON, J., Carnarvon. 

MILLS, A., ComwaU. 

MILLS, A. AY., Chester. 
, MILLS, Bt., Sir C. H., Kent, 
Middleskx. 

MILLS, C. AY., London. 

MILLS, C. .1. C, Bedford. 

MILLS, G. F. AV., Dorset, Somer- 
set, Brecknock. 

MILLS, Rev. H., War\vick. 

MILLS, J., Durham. 

MILLS, .!., Essex. 

MILLS, J., Southampton. 

MILLS, J. T., Herts., Norfolk. 

MILLS. J. T., Leicester. 



MILLS, R., Stafford. 

MILLS, Rev. T. S., Suffolk— 

F D 
MILLAYARD, G., Oxford. 
MILMAN, G. B., Middlesex. 
MILMAN, H. S., Monmouth. 
MILNE, A., Lancaster. 
MILNE, Rev. H., Norfolk. 
MILNE, H. T., Lancaster 
MILNE, O., AVavi%ick. 
MILNK-KEDHEAD, R., Lan- 
caster. York— W. R. 
MILNER, D., Bucks. 
MILNER, Bt., Sir F. G., York— 

AY. R. 
MILNER, J. C, York— W. R. 
MILNER, N. D., Lancaster. 
MILNER, R. O. A., York— W. R. 
MILNER, AY. P., Dcrbv, York— 

AV. R. 
MILNES, E. S., Derbv. 
MILVAIN, H., Cumberland. 
MILAVARD, G., Gloucester, Wor- 
cester. 
MIL WARD, R., Nottingham. 
MILAVARD, R. H., Worcester. 
MILAVARD, v., AA^orcester 
MINTO, G. N., Middlesex. 
MINTON, T. W., Stafford. 
MIREHOUSE, H. J., Somerset. 
MIRBHOUSE, R. AV. B., Pem- 
broke. 
MITCHELL, A. C, Wilts. 

MITCHELL, F. J., Alonmouth. 

MITCHELL, J., Herts. 

MITCHELL, .1. F., Cardigan. 

MITCHELL, .T. W., Southampton. 

MITFORD, H. R., Southampton. 

MITFORD, J. P. O., Northumber- 
land. 

MITFORD.P., Chester. Middlesex. 

MITFORD, W. T., Sussex— W. D. 

MOGG, J. G., Somerset. 

MOGGRIDGE, .1. Y., Monmouth. 

MOGGRIDGE, M., Glamorgan. 

MOHUN-HARRIS, C. A., Devon. 

M0LESAA''ORTH, G. M. F., Devon, 
Lancaster. 

MOLINEUX, C. E., Stafford. 

MOLINEUX, G., Sussex— E. D. 

MOLYNEUX, A. M., Chester. 

MOLYNBUX, Hon. C. C, York— 
AV. R. 

MOLYNEUX, Hon. F. G., Kent, 
Sussex— E. D. 

MONCK, G. G., Sussex— E. D. 

MONCK, J. B., Berks. 

MONCK, W. B., Berks. 

MONCKTON, E. P., Northamp- 
ton, Peterborough 

MONCKTON, F., Stafford. 

MONK, C. J.. Gloucester. 

MONRO, C. J. H., Devon. 

MONRO, H., Dorset. 

MUNRO, H. E., Dorset. 

MONSLEY, C. E., Stafford. 

MONSON, Hon. D. J., Kent. 

MONSON, Rev. E. J., Lincoln- 
Parts of Lindsey. 

MONSON, Rev. f. J., Y'ork— E. R. 

MONSON, Lord, Lincoln— Pts. of 
Lindsev, Surp.ft. 

MONTAGU, A., Torlc—W. H. 

MONTAGU, J., Y'ork— W. R. 

MONTAGU, .J. M. P., Dorset. 

MONTEFIORE, Bt., Sir M., 
Kent, Cinque Ports, Middlesex, 
London. 

MONTEFIORE, N., Hants. 

MONTGOMERY, C. T. M., Nor- 
folk. 

MONTGOMERY, .1., Middlesex. 



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THE COITNTV COMPANION. 



MONTRESOR, F. B., Cinque 
Ports. 

MONTRESOR, H. E., Hunts. 

MONYPENNY, P., Kent. 

MONYPENNY, tt. T. G. G.. Kent. 

MOON, J. F., Middlesex, London. 

MOOR, E. C, Suffolk— E. D. 

MOOR, F., Sussex— E. D. 

MOOR, H., Simex—W. D., 

MOORH, Rev. C. A., Lincoln— Pts. 
of TIf.lland, Wilts. 

MOORE, U. T. J., Lincoln — Pts. 
of Holl., Kest., and Liiid. 

MOORE, E., Carnarvon. 

MOORK, Rev. E., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Holland. 

MOORE, F. J., Bucks, Herts. 

MOORE, G., Durham. 

MOORE, G. A., Lincoln- Pts. of 
Holland and Kosteven. 

MOORE, Rev. G. B., Kent. 

MOORE, G. J., Leicester. 

MOORE, J. A., London. 

MOORE, .7. B., Lancastek. 

MOORK, J. C. T., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Holland and Kesteven. 

MOORE, J. D., Leicester. 

MOORE, J. N., GlamorKsin. 

MOORE, Rev. R., Lancaster. 

MOORE, r. C. T., Lincoln— Parts 
of Holland. 

MOORE, W., rsle of Ely. 

MOORE, W., Kent. 

MOORE, W. ("., Derby. 

MOORE, AV. M., Westmoreland. 

MOORE, W. W., Southampton. 

MOORE, W. W. T., Radnor. 

MORANT, .J., Southampton. 

MORDAUNT, Bt., Sir C, War- 
wick. 

MORDAUNT, J., Somerset. 

MORDAUNT, ,J. M., Warwick. 

MORE. R. .1., Salop, Montgomery. 

MORETON, Lord H. H. R., 
Gloucester. 

MORETON, Hon. R., Leicester. 

MOREWOOD, C. P., Derby. 

MOREWOOD, C. R. P., Warwick. 

MORGAN, Hon. A., Brecknock. 

MORGAN, Hon. A. J., Monmouth. 

MORGAN, B. E., Cardigan. 

MORGAN, C, Monmouth, Car- 
marthen. 

MORGAN, Capt., Anglesey. 

MORGAN, C. E., Glamorgan. 

MORGAN, C. P., Flint. 

MORGAN, E., Flint. 

MORGAN, Hon. F. C, Mon- 
mouth, Glamorgan. 

MORGAN, G. M., Bucks, North- 
ampton. ' 

MORGAN, G. O., Denbigh. 

MORGAN, H., Brecknock. 

MORGAN, U. S., Carmarthen, 
Pembroke. Haverfordwest. 

MORGAN, Rev. J., Carnarvon. 

MORGAN, J. L., Carmarthen. 

MORGAN, J. T., Cardigan. 

MORGAN, J. W., Brecknock. 

MORGAN, O. v., Surrey. 

MORGAN, T., Haverfordwest. 

MORGAN, T. L., Glamorgan. 

MORGAN, W., Susses— E. D. 

MORGAN, Sir W., Somerset. 

MORGAN, W. T., Carnarvon. 

MORISON, A. J., Pemln-i)kc. 

MOELAND, B. H., Bucks. 

MORLAND, C. W., Kent, Susses 
— E. D. 

MORLAND, E. H., Berks. 

MORLAND, W. C, Kent, Sussex 
— E. D. 



MO RLE Y, Earl of, Devon. 
MORLEY, F. B., Middlesex. 
MORLEY, J., Middlesex. 
MORLEY, S., Kent, Middlesex, 

London. 
MORLEY, S. H., London. 
MORRELL, C, Berks, Bucks, 

Northanijiton. 
M(^RRKLL, (t. H., Tierks, Oxford. 
MORKKLL, H. B., Berks. 
M( )R IMC K, F. F. .T., Suffolk— E. D. 
MOHIilCK, F. J. M.. Norfolk. 
MORRICE, J. W., Leicester. 
MO [IRIS, C. J., Salop, Stafford, 
MORRIS, C. S., Carmarthen. 
MORRIS, E., Salop. 
MORRIS, Rev. F. O., York- 

E. R. 
MORRIS, G. B., Glamorgan. 
MORRIS, .1., Hereford. 
MORRIS, .!., London. 
MORRIS, Sir J., Stafford. 
MORRIS, Bt., Sir .J. A., Gla- 
morgan. 
MORRIS, J. G., Lancaster. 
MORRIS, L., Carmarthen. 
MORRIS, R. A., Glamorgan. 
MORRIS, T., Cardigan, Car- 

martnon. 
MORRIS, T. C, Carmarthen. 
MORRIS, T. H., York— W. R. 
MORRIS, W., York-W. R. 
MORRISON, A., Wilts. 
MOHHISON, G., Wilts. 
M01tmSi_)N, W., York- W. R. 
MORRITT, R. A., Diu-ham, York 

— N. R. 
MORSE, A. H., Suffolk— E. D. 
MORSE, C, Norfolk. 
MORSE, T., Gloucester. 
MORSE, T. R., Glamorgan. 
MORSHEAD, Bt., Sir W. C, 

Berks, Cornwall. 
MORTIMER, C, Surrey. 
MORTIMER, H. M. J., Denbigh. 
MORTI.OCK, E. J., Cambs. 
MORTLOCK, Major, York— E. R. 
MORTON, H. T., Dm'ham, North- 

umljerland. 
MOSELEY, W., Salop. 
MOSELEY, W. H., Salop. 
MOSLEY, A., Derby, Stafford. 
MOSLEY, O., Stafford. 
MOSLEY, P. P., Derby 
MOSLEY, Bt., Sir T., Derby, 

Stafford. 
MOSS,'E. H., Chester. 
MOSS G .W., Lancaster. 
MOSTYN, E. H., Flint. 
MOSTYN, H. H. L.. Carnarvon. 
MOSTYN, H.N. V.L. Carnarvon. 
MOSTYN, Lord, Carnarvon, Den- 

bi.gh, Flint, Merioneth, (i(i. L(.) 
MOSTYN, LI. N. V. LI., Flint. 
MOSTYN, Bt., Sir P., Flint. 
MOSTYN, P. AV., Flhit. 
MOSTYN, Hon. R., Flint. 
MOTT, .1. T., Norfolk. 
MOTT, W., Stafford. 
MOTT E RAM, J., Wai-wick. 
MOTT I! AM, J., Stafford. 
MOULSDALE, R. O., Carnarvon, 

Denbigh. 
MOULSEY, C. E., Stafford. 
MOUNSEY, G., Cumberland. 
MOUNT, W. G., Berks, South- 
ampton . 
MOUNT-CHARLES, Earl of, 

Kent. 
MOUNT-EDGCUMBE, Earl of, 

Cornwall (Ld. LI.), Devon. 
MOUNTFORD, F. G., Lcndon. 



MOUNT-TEMPLE, Lord, Hert- 
ford, Hants. 
MOWBRAY, G. T., Derby, Lbices- 

MoiVBRAY, J. R., Berks,DuRHAM . 

MOCOLE, W. B., Berks. 

MOXON, R., York— \V. R. 

MOXON, W., Warwick, Worcester. 

MOYSEY, H. G., Devon, Somer- 
set. 

MUCKLOW, E., Lancaster. 

MUDGE, A. T., Devon. 

MUDGE, J. AS'., Essex. 

MUIRHEAD, J. P., Oxford. 

MULCASTER, J. P., North- 
umberland. 

MULGRAA'E, Earl of, York— 
N. R. 

MULLINS, T., Somerset. 

MUNBEE, G. B., Somerset. 

MUNCASTER, Lord, Cumber- 
land (Ld. Lf.), York— E. R. 

MUNDY, A. M., Nottingham. 

MUNDY, A. E. M., Derby. 

MUNDY, C. F.M.,LiNc6LN-rts. 
of Lindser. 

MUNDY, C". J. H. M., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Lindsey. 

MUNDY, F. N., Derby. 

MUNDY, M. H. M., Derby. 

MUNN, Rev. G. S., AVorcester. 

MUNDY, Sir R. M., South- 
ampton. 

MUNN, R. AV., Lancaster. 

MUNRO, C. Dor.set. 

MUNRO, (4. E., Middlesex. 

MUNSTER, Earl of, Middlesex. 

MUNTZ, (J. P., WarwicK. 

MUNTZ, P. A., AA'aiwick. 

MUNTZ, P. H., AVarwick. 

MURCH, J., Somerset. 

MURCH, .T., Somerset. 

MURCHISON, K. R., Somer.set, 
Susse.K — E. D. 

MURDOCH, C. T., Berks. 

MURE, AV. T. H. S., Es.sex. 

MURRAY, C. E., MiddUxe.v. 

MURRAY, G. J., Kent. 

MURRAY, G. St. V. T. N., Berks. 

MURRAY, .1., Lancaster. 

MURRAY, .!., Surrey. 

MURRAY, R. H., Kent, Surrey. 

MURRAY -ANDERSON, H. E., 

Somerset. 
MURRAY-AYNSLEY, C, Hants. 

MUSGRAVE, Rev. W. P., Here- 
ford. 

MUSGROA'E. E., Lancaster. 

MUSKETT, — , Norfolk. 

MUSPRATT, E. K., Lancaster. 

MUSPRATT, R., Flint. 

MUSTEHS, .1. C, Nottingham. 

MUS I'ERS, P., Nottingham. 

MYERS, C. .1., Cumberland. 

MYERS, T. B., Herts, Middlesex. 

MYNORS, H. E., Somerset. 

MYNORS, R., AVorcester. 

MYNORS, R. B. R., Hereford, 

Radnor. 
MYNORS, T. B., Radnor. 
.MYNORS, Rev. W. B., Hereford. 
MYNORS, AV. B., Radnor. 
MYRTLE, A. S., York— AV. R. 
MYTTON, D. H., Mcntgomeiy. 



NAINBY, C. M., Lincoln— Parts 

of I/indsey. 
NAISH, W. B., Somerset. 
NANNEY, H. J. B., CACNAEVOlf, 

Merioneth. 



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Ixi 



NAPIER, G. B., Somerset. 

NASH, H., Middlesex. 

NASH, Rev. R. S., Gloucester. 

NASH, W., Camb. 

NASH, W. .!., Beds. 

NAYLOR, C. J., MontgomeiT. 

NAYLOR, J., MoJiTGoiiEity. 

NAYLOR, R. C, Cbester, North- 
ampton, Denbigh. 

NEAL, W., Somerset. 

NEALi, iun., W., Somerset. 

NEED, Sir A., Nottingham. 

NEED, W., Nottingham. 

NEEDHAM, \V.,"Deebt, Mon- 
mouth. 

NEEDHAM, W., Nottingham. 

NEELD, A. W., Wilts. 

NEELD, St., Sir J., Wilts. 

NEGUS, T. A , Stafford. 

NEILSON, R., Lancaster. 

NELSON, J. W.. Cumberland. 

NELSON, Col., York— E. R. 

NELSON, Earl of, Wilts. 

NELSOM, R., Durham. 

NEPEAU, Bt., Sir il. H., Dorset. 

NESBITT, A.. Susse.^. 

NESFIELD, R. W. M., Dekbt. 

NESS. .1. S., Middlesex. 

NETUERCOTE, H. O., Noetii- 

AMPTOIf. 

NEUMANN. H., Chester. 
NEVILE, G., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Kestcven, Nottingham. 
NEVILE, P. S., York— W. R. 
NEVILE, R. H., Peterborough. 
NEVILE, R. H. C, Lincoln— Pts. 

of Kesteven. 

NEVILL, C. W.,CABirARTHES. 

NBVILL, H., Carmarthen. 
NEVILL, R., Carmathen. 
NEVILL, Hon. R. P., Kent. 
NEVILL, W. H.. Carmarthen. 
NEVILLE, R., Somerset. 
NEVILLE-GRENVILLE, R., 

SOMEESET. 

NEW, J. C, Devon. 
NEWALL, H., Lancaster. 
NEWALL, J. L., Essex. 
NEWARK, Viscount, Notts. 
NEWBOROUGH, Lord, Oaexar- 

VOK. 

NRWCOME, F. D. W. C, Norfolk. 
NBWCOMB, G., South;xmpton, 

Surrey. 
NEWCOMEN, A. H. T., York— 

N. R. 
NEWDEGATE, C. N., Middlesex, 

Warwick. 
NEWDIGATE, F. W Derby, 

Stafford. 
NEWDIGATE, F. W., Middlesex. 
NEWDIGATE, G., Derby. r?aiop. 
NEWLAND, R. B., Sussex— 

W. D. 
NEWMAN, J., Bucks. 
NEWMAN, Bt., SirL., Devos. 
NEWMAN, T. H., Devon. 
NBWMANN, G. Devon. 
NEWMARCH, W., Surrey. 
NEWPORT, H. A. W., Salop. 
NEWPORT, Viscount, Salop, 

Stafford, Warwick. 
NEWRY & MORNE, Viscotmt, 

Salop. 
NEWSHAM, R., Lancastee. 
NEWSHAM, W., Isle of EIv. 
NEWTON, A,, Suffolk— W. D. 
NEWTON, C. E., Derby. 
NEWTON, E. IT., York— N. R. 
NEWTON. F. W., Someeset. 
NEWTON, G., Chester. 
NEWTON, G. O., Cambs. 



NEWTON, J., Lancaster. 

NEWTON, R. M., Middlesex, 
Tower Hamlets. 

NEWTON, S. C, Cambs., Hunts. 

NEWTON, T>. H. G., Warwick. 

NEWTON, W., Essex. 

NEWTON, W. S., Suffolk— W. D. 

NIBLET, A. K., Glo-ice-ter. 

NIBLETT, J. D. T., Gloucester. 

NTCHOL, J., Hertford. 

NIOHOLETTS, J. T., Somerset. 

NICHOLL, G. W., Monmouth, 
Glamorgan. 

NICHOLL, H., Middlesex, Mon- 
mouth. 

NICHOLL, .1. C, Glamohgan. 

NICHOLL-CARNE, J. D. V. L., 
Glamorgan. 

NICHOLLS, H., Mnntgomei-y. 

NICHOLLS, S., Berks. 

NICHOLS, F. il., Essex. 

NICHOLSON, C, Middlesex, 
Monmouth. 

NICHOLSON, Bt., Sir C, Essex. 

NICHOLSON, J., Durham. 

NICHOLSON, R., Lancaster. 

NICHOLSON, S., SuRRBT. 

NICHOLSON, W., Durham. 

NICHOLSON, W., Southampton. 

NICHOLSON, W.H ,Yo k— W.R. 

NICHOLSON, W. S., Kent. 

NICOL, J., Carnarvon. 

NICOLL, D., Middlesex. 

NIELD, .T., Lancaster. 

NIGHTINGALE, C. W., Devon. 

NIXD, H. W., London. 

NISBET, R. P., Wilts. 

NISSEU, H. N., Middlesex. 

NIX, J. H., London. 

NOBLE, ,1., Middlesex. 

NOBLE, W., Sussex— E. D. 

NOEL, B. P. G. C, Warwick. 

NOEL, C. P., Worcester. 

NOEL, E., Sussex— E. D. 

NOEL, E. A., Glouceeter. 

NOEL. B. F., Middlesex. 

NOEL, Hon. G. J., Rutland. 

NOEL, Hon. H., Rutland. 

NOEL, Hon. H. L., Leicester. 

NORBURY, T. C, Hereford. 

NORBURY, T. C. N., Worcestkb. 

NORFOLK, Duke of, Sussex— 
W. D. 

NORMAN, C, Essex. 

NORMAN, Rev. C. F., Essex. 

NORMAN, E. R.. Essex. 

NORMAN, Rev. F. G., Leicester. 

NORMAN, G., Leicester. 

NORMAN, G. W., Kent, London. 

NORMAN, J. M., SnssEX— E. D. 

NORMANBY, Marquis of, York 
— N. R. 

NORMANTON, Earl of, South- 
ampton, Wilts. 

NORREYS, Lord, Bekks, Oxford 

NORREYS, R. H., Lancaster. 

NORRIS, H.. Oxford, Warwick. 

NORRIS, H. C, Northampton, 
Oxford. 

NORRIS, J. E., Hereford. 

NORRIS, T. P., Chester. 

NORTH, C, Norfolk. 

NORTH, J. S., Middlesex, North- 
ampton, Oxford, Warwick. 

NORTH, N., Lancaster, West- 
moreland. 

NORTH, W., Cardigan. 

NORTH, Hon. W. H. J., Cambs., 
MidfUesex, Oxford, Suffolk— 
W. D 

NORTHAMPTON, Marquis of, 
Northampton. 



NORTHBROOK, Earl of, South- 
ampton. 

NORTHCOTE, Bt., Sir S. II., 
Devon. 

NORTHEY, A. .T. W., Prmhroke. 

NORTHEY, E. R., Surrey. 

N'RTHEY, G. W., Wilts. 

NORTHMORE, .!., Devon. 

NORTHUMBERLAND. Duke of, 
Northum'erUind(i(^Xi'.\ Surrey. 

NORTHWICK, Lord, Gloucester 
Hereford, Salop, WoTiOESTER. 

NORTON, Lord, Peterborough. 
Stafford, Warwick. 

NORTON, T., York-W. R. 

NORTON, W., York— W. R. 

NORWAY, N., CoENWALL. 

NORWOOD, C. M., York— E. R. 

NOTT, H., Cambs. 

NOTTAGE, C. G., London. 

NOTTAGE, (}. S., London. 

NOTTINGHAM, Bishop of, Lin- 
coln — Pts. of Kesteven. 

NOVELLI, A. H., Cardigan. 

NO WELL, R. A., York— AV. R. 

NOYE, T. H., Sussex— E. D. 

NOYES, jun., T. H., Sussex— 
E. D. 

NUGENT, E. C, Norfolk. 

NUGENT, E. T. .T. R-., Stafford. 

NUGENT, Bt., Sir G. E., Bucks, 
Norfolk. 

NUNN, T. W., Essex. 



OAKDEN, R., Kent. 

OAKELEY, Bt., Su- C. W. A., 
Kent. 

OAKELEY, W. E., Merioneth. 

CAKES, A , Kent. 

OAKES, H. A., Suffolk— E. D. 

OAKES, H. H., Cardigan. 

OAKES. J. H. P., SuPFOLK- 
W. D. 

OAKES, T. H., Derby, Notting- 
ham. 

OAKLEY, G., Hertford. 

OAKLEY, R. H., Monmouth. 

OASTLER, .!., Surrev. 

GATES, W. H. C, Nottingham. 

O'CALLAGHAN. G. W. D., Hants. 

ODDIE, J. W., Cumberland. 

OGDEN, J. R.. Lanca.ster. 

OGLE, J. S., Nosthumberland. 

OGLE, B. S., Oxford. 

OKEDEN, U. E., Dorset. 

OKEOVER, H. C, Derby, Stafford. 

OLDFIELD, C. C, Hants. 

OLDFIELD, J. R., Susses— W. D. 

OLDHAM, E. J., Devon. 

OLDHAM, J., Devon. 

OLDHAM, iun., J., London. 

OLIPHANT, Bt. Rev. A., Caxdi- 
gan. 

OLIVER, L., Norfolk. 

OLIVER, R. E., Nortlampton. 

OLIVERSON, R., Lancaster. 

OLLIVER, G., Sussex. 

O'MALLEY, Bt., Sir W., Essex. 

OMMAN.NEY. Sir E., Hants 

OMMANNEY, O., SmTPy. 

ONLEY, O. S., Essex, Norfolk. 

ONSLOW, D. A., Carmarthen. 

ONSLOW, Earl of, Sobhet. 

ONSLOW, G. J. H. M. E., Lincoln, 
Foj-i-- E. R. 

ONSLOW, P., Surrey. 

ONSLOW, Bt., Su- W. W. H., 
CoRNWiLL, Wilts. 

OPENSHAW, T. L., Lancaster. 

OPPENHEIM, H. M. W., Kent. 

F 



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THE COITXT'S COMPANION. 



ORD, A. J. B., Cuinl)9rland, j 
Northutaberland. i 

ORD, J. T., Suffolk— W. D. 

ORD, R., Durham, Northumber- 
land. 

ORD, W., Durham. 

ORD, W., juur.. Durham. 

ORDE, J. H., Suffolk— !■:. D. 

ORDE, Rev. L. S., Northumber- 
land. 

ORDE, W., Northumberhmd. 

ORFORD, Earl of, Norfolk. 

ORLEBAR,R.,Becls,Noi-thampton. 

ORMATHWAITE, Lord, Berks, 
Hereford, and Radnor (Ld. ±,t.) 

ORME, C. C. .!., Rutland. 

ORMEROD, A., Lam-aster, York 
— W. R. 

ORMEROD, J., Lancaster. 

ORMSBY, Rev. W. A., Norfolk. 

ORRED, J., Lancaster. 

ORRED, J. C, Northampton. 

ORTON, R. O., Chester. 

OSBORX, Bt., Sir G. R., Beds. 

OSBORN, H. J. R., Beds. 

OSBORNE, Rev. Lord S. G., 
Bucks. 

OSMASTON, J., Detiby, Stafford. 

OTHER, 0., York— N. R. 

OTTER, F. W., Lincoln. 

OTTER, H., York— W. R. 

OTWAY, 0. A. T., Radxot!. 

OTWAY, Bt..Su-A. J., Middlesex. 

OUVRY, Rev. P. T., Bucks. 

OVEREND, W., Nottingham. 

OVEREND, W., York— W. R. 

OVERSTONE, Lord, Berks, 
NoKTH.VMPToN, Carmarthen. 

OVERTON. G., Brecknock. 

OWEN, A. M., Salop. 

OWEN, C. E. J., Merioneth. 

OWEN, D., Glamorgan. 

OWEN, Rev. E.. Bucks. 

OWEN, (4. H., Carnuivon. 

OWEN, G. L., Haverfordwest. 

OWEN, Rev. H., Anqle^ey. 

OWEN, H. C, Pemhrolce. 

OWEN, Rev. H. D., Ancrlesev. 

OWEN, Bt., Sir H. O., PFMr.noKE. 

OWEN, H. M. A., Yhi^T. 

OWEN. H. T., Pembroke. 

OWEN, J., Carnarvon. 

OWEN, J., Haverfordwest. 

OWEN, Rev. J. R., Flint. 

OWEN, M., Denbigh. 

OWEN, M. W. L., Pembroke, 
Haverfordwest. 

OWEN, R. B., Angleset. 

OWEN, S. H.,H.4.VEKFOnDWEST. 

OWEN, T. R., Haverfordwest. 

OWEN, W. H., Antjlesey. 

OWEN, W. S., Pembroke, Haver- 
fordwest. 

OXENDEN, Bt., Sir H. C, Kent. 

OXENDKN, P. D. N., Kent. 

OXFORD, Vice-Chancellor of, 
Oxford. 

OXLEY. C. CYork— N. R., York 
— W. R., Ripon. 

OXLEY, H. H., Ripon. 



PACKARD, E,, Suffolk- E. D. 
PACKE, C, Leicester. 
PACKE, H., Leicesteb. 
PACKE, H., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Kesteven, Nottingham. 
PADDOCK, G.. Cardigan. 
PADDON, .1., Glamorgan. 
PADWICK, H., Sussex— W.D. 



PAGAN, J. T., Lancaster. 
PAGE, C. H., Glamorgan. 
PAGE, H., Cinque Ports. 
PAGE, J., Essex. 
PAGE, T.,IsLB OP Ely. 
PAGE, W. B., Cumberland. 
PAGET, Lord A. V., Stafford. 
PAGET, Lord C. E., Anglesey. 
PAGET, E. A., Leicester. 
PAGET, F. H., Leicester. 

PAGET, G. E., Leicester, Not 
tingham. 

PAGET, Lord H., Stafford. 

PAGET, H. F., Stafford, Warwick. 

PAGET, J., Derby, Nottingham. 

PAGET, J., Middlesex, Tower 
Hamlets. 

PAGET, L. G., Dorset. 

PAGET, P. L. C, Surrey. 

PAGET, R. H., SoiiEESET. 

PAGET, T. T., Leicester. 

PAGET, W. B., Leicester, Not- 
tingham. 

PAINE, H. J., Glamorgan. 

PAKENHAM, Hon. T. A., Hants., 
Sussex— E. D. 

PALAIRET, C. H., Gloucester. 

PALAIRET, H. H., Dor.set. 

PALEY, J., Essex, Suffolk— W. D. 

PALEY, T. C, Lancaster. 

PALEY, W., Peterborough. 

PALGRAVE, T., Denbigh. 

PALIN, E., Hereford. 

PALIN, Rev. W., Essex. 

PALK, L. H., Berks. 

PALK, Rev. W. H., Devon. 

PALLISER, A. Kent, Middle- 
sex. 

PALMER, A. M., Durham. 

PALMER, Bt., Sir A. R., Leices- 

PALMER, C. J., Berks., Bucks 
Norfolk. 

PALMER, C. M., Durham, 
York— N. R. 

PALMER, A. v., Essex. 

PALMER, C. T., Gloucester. 

PALMER, E. H., London. 

PALMER, F., Essex. 

PALMER, Rev. F., Gloucester. 

PALMER, F., Leicester, Rut- 
land. 

PALMER, G., Essex. 

PALMER, iun., G., Essex. 

PALMER, Bt., Su- G., Leicester, 
Northampton. 

PALMER, G. W. D., Norfolk. 

PALMER, J. H., Surrey. 

PALMER, M., Wilts. 

PALMER, Bt., Sir R., Cambs. 

PALMER, Bt., Sir R. W. 11. 
Berks. 

PALMER, S. E., London. 

PALMER, T., Hereford. 

PALMER-SAMBOURNE, L. S., 
Somerset. 

PALMES, Rev. W. L., York— 

PANNEL, C. L., Sussex— W. D. 
PAPILLON, P. O., Essex, 

Sussex — E. D. 
PAPILLON, T., Kent, Sussex— 

E. D. 
PARDOE, G., Salop, Worcester. 
PARES, E. H., Derby. 
PARES, T. E., Leicester. 
PARES, .1.. Hants. 
PARISH, Sir W., Norfolk. 
PARK, .!., Lancaster. 
PARK, AV. P., Lancaster. 
PARKE, C. J., Dorset. 
PARKE, W., Dor.set. 



PARKER, C. J. B., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Kesteven. 
PARKER, C. S., Beds. 
PARKER, C. W., Essex. 
PARKER, Com., Herts. 
PARKER, D., Suffolk— W. D. 
PARKER, E., Dorset. 
PARKER, E., Lancaster. 
PARKER, E. W., Cumberland, 

Westmoreland. 
PARKER, Rev. F., Devon. 
PARKER, F., Westmoreland. 
PARKER, G., Devon. 
PARKER, G., Kent. 
PARKER, H. R., Leicester. 
PARKER, .1., London. 
PARKER, J., Worcester. 
PARKER, J. H. E., Herts, Mid- 

dlGSGX, 

PARKER, J. K., Cumberland, 

AVestmoreland. 
PARKER, J. O., Essex. 
PARKER, J. R. T. H., Norfolk. 
PARKER, R., Cumberland. 
PARKER, Rev. R., Lincoln— Pta. 

of Lincoln. 
PARKER, T. H., Cumberland. 
PARKER, T. T., Lancaster. 
PARKER, Viscount, Oxford. 
PARKER, W., Cumberland. 
PARKER, W., Lincoln— Pts. of 

!KGStGV6Il. 

PARKER, jun., W., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Kesteven. 

PARKER, Bt., Sir AV., Sufeolk- 
AV. D. 

PARKER, W., Suffolk— W. D. 

PARKER, AV., Westmoreland. 

PARKER, Bt., Sir W. B., Staf- 
ford. 

PARKER, jun. ,AV.H.,Westmobe- 

LAND. 

PARKES, C. J., Monmouth. 

PARKIN, W. H., Westmoreland. 

PARKINSON, J. B., Bucks. 

PARKINSON, J. C, Moimioutli. 

PARKINSON, J. L. M., Here- 
ford, Salop. 

PARKINSON, R. J. H., Lincoln- 
Pts. of Lindsey. 

PARKYNS, Bt., Sir T. G. A., 
Nottingham. 

PARLEY, Rev. J. H.. Devon. 

PARNALL, R., Carmarthen. 

PARNELL, J., Essex. 

PARR, J. C, Chester. 

PARR. T. P., Chester. 

PARRIS, R., Essex, Surrey. 

PARRY, G. AV., Cardigan. 

PARRY, J. T. H., Cardigan. 

PARRY, S. D., Carnarvon. 

PARRY, S. H. J., Cardigan. 

PARRY, S. AV. AV., Cardigan. 

PARRY, Rev. T., CarcUgan. 

PARRY, T. G., Gloucester. 

PARRY, T. L. D. J., Carnak- 

VON. 

PARRY, T. P. J., Denbigh, Flint. 

PARRY, AV., Brecknock. 

PARRY-MITCHELL, H. D., War- 
wick. 

PARSONS, F. T., Middlesex. 

PARSONS. H., Oxford. 

PARTINGTON, Rev. H., York- 
AV. R. 

PARTRIDGE, A. AV., Suffolk— 
AV. D. 

PARTRIDGE, E. O., Hereford. 
Brecknock. 

PARTRIDGE, H. T., Norfolk. 

PARTRIDGE, R. O., Hereford. 
Salop. 



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PARTRIDGE, W., HEEEroED, 

Monmouth. 
PARTRIDGE, W., Sussex— B. D. 
PARTRIDGE, W., Tower Ham- 
lets. 
PARTRIDGE, W. B., Monmouth. 
PARTRIDGE, Rev. W. E., Bucks. 
PARTRIDGE, Rev. W. J., Nor- 
folk. 
PATE, M., Isle of Ely. j 

PATESHALL, E., Heeefot.!), 

Brecknock, Radnor. 
PATRICK, J., Norfolk. 
PATTERSON, T. B., Cardigan. 
PATTESON, H. S., Norfolk. 
PATTESON, J. H., Tower Ham- 
lets. 
PATTINSON, W. W., Durham. 
PATTISON, J., York— N. R. 
PATTISSON, S., Essex. 
PATTON, H. B., Somer.^et. 
PATTON, L., Somerset. 
PAUL, E. J. D., Gloucester. 
PAUL, W. M., WUts. 
PAULL, H., Middlesex. 
PAVEY-CROW, R., York— W. R. 
PAWLB, F., Surrej-. 
PAWSON, W. H., Northumber- 

l and. 
PAYNE, G., Northampton. 
PAYNE, G. E.. Suffolk— W. D. 
PAYNE, J. S., Monmouth. 
PAYNE, Bt., Sir S. G., Beds. 
PAYNTER, J. W., Anglesey. 
PEACH, G. W., Derby. 
PEACH, H. P. K., Warwick. 
PEACH, K. H. P., War^^-ick. 
PEACHEY, W., Sussex— W. D. 
PEACOCK, C. G., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Kesteven. 
PEACOCK, E., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsey. 
PEACOCK, Rev. E., Wilts. 
PEACOCK, R., Lancaster. 
PEACOCKE. W. H., Peter- 
borough. 
PEAKE, J. N., Stafford. 
PEARCE, E., Dorset. 
PEARS, A. H., Warwick. 

PEARSON, Rev. A., Essex. 
PEARSON, B., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsey. 
PEARSON, G. P., Carnarvon. 

PEARSON, G. J. n., Beds., 
Northampton. 

PEARSON, H., Lancaster. 

PEARSON, Rev. J., Essex. 

PEARSON, J., Lancaster. 

PEARSON, Rev. J., Worcester. 

PEARSON, J. H., Stafford. 

PEARSON, J. R., Monmouth. 

PEARSON, S., Chester. 

PEARSON. W., Leicester. 

PEASE, A. E., York— N. R. 

PEASE, E. L., Radnor. 

PEASE, H. F., Durham, York— 
N. R. 

PEASE, H. J. R., York— E. R. 

PEASE, J. R., York— E. R. 

PEASE, JohnW. , Northumberland 

PEASE, Joseph W., Dm-ham, 
York— N. R. 

PEASE, Lt.-Col., York— E. R. 

PECKHAM, T. G., Kent. 

REDDER, C. D., Lancaster. 

PEDDER, R., Lancaster. 

REDDER, Rev. W., Lancaster. 

PEEK, Bt., Sir H. W., Devon, 
Surrey. 

PEEL, A., Denbigh. 

PEEL, A. AV., Beds., Warwick. 

PEEL, E. Denbigh, Fust, Salop. 



PEEL, E. E., Montgomery. I 

PEEL, Sir F., Warwick. 

PEEL, G., Chester. 

PEEL, H., Carmarthen. I 

PEEL, J., Carmarthen. 

PEEL, J., Lancaster, York— \V. R. 

PEEL, Sir L., London. 

PEEL, L. C. L., Sussex— E. D. j 

PEEL, Bt., Rt. Hon. Sir R., Staf- 1 

FORD. 

PEEL, T., York— W. R. 
PEEL, W., CAEiTARtnErf. 
PEEL,W., Lancaster, York— W. R. 
PEEL, X. de C. R., I'embroke, 

Haverfordwest. 
PEIRCE, J. E., Brecknock. 
PEIRSE, Bt., Sir H. M., York— 

N. R. 
PELHAM, Lord, Kent, Sussex — 

E. D. 
PELHAM, Hon. E. A., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Ldndsev. 
PELHAM, Hon.'E. C. A., Hants. 
PELHAM, T. P., Cnimarthen. 
PELL, A., Isle of Ely, Leicester, 

Northampton. 
PELL, O. C, Isle op Ely. 
PELLEW, H. E., Middlesex 
PBLLY, C. R.. Essex. 
PELLY, R., Essex. 
PELLY, R. W., Essex. 
PEMBER, E. H., Hants. 
PEMBERTON. C. O. C, Salop. 
PEMBERTON, C. R., Cambs. 
PEMBERTON, E. L., Kent. 
PEMBERTON, Rev. E. R., 

Northampton 
PEMBERTON, F. A. R., Cambs. 
PEMBERTON, H. W., Cambs. 
PEMBERTON, O., Warwick. 
PEMBERTON, R. L., Dukham. 
PEMBERTON, R. L., Kent. 
PEMBERTON, AV. H., Norfolk. 
PEMBROKE, Earl of, WUts. 
PENDARVES. W. C, Corn- 
wall. 
PENDER, E. H., Hants. 
PENDER, F. H., CornwaU. 
PENDER, J., Kent, Lancaster, 

Middlesex, Denbigh. 
PENNANT, Hon. A. C. H. D., 

Northampton. 
PENNANT, Hon. G. S. D., Cae- 

NAEVON. 

PENNANT, P. P., Flint. 
PENNINGTON, F., Surrey. 
PENNINGTON, R.,CrMBiELAND. 
PENNINGTON, R., Lancaster. 
PENNINGTON, jun., R., Lancas- 

PENNINGTON, W. A., Warwick. 
PENNYMAN, J. S., York— N. R. 
PENOYRE, J. T. S., Hereford. 
PENRHYN, E. H. L., Hants, 

SURBET. 

PENRHYN, Lord, Bucks, North- 
ampton, Carnarvon, {Ld. Lt.) 
PENRICE, J., Norfolk. 
PBNRICE, T., Glamorgan. 
PENROSE, W. H., Essex, Suffolk 

PENRUDDOCKE, C, Wilts. 
PENRY, J. M., Pembroke. 
PENTON,H., Middlesex, Sussex 

PENYSTON, J. F., Oxford. 
PEPLER, G., London. 
PEPLOE, D. P., Heeefoed. 
PERCIVAL, E. H., Gloucester. 
PERCIVAL, J. M., Hants. 
PERCY, A. 0. H., Salop. 
PERCY, A. H., Salop. 



PERCY, Earl, Northumborlaiul. 
Surrey. 

PERCY", H. J., CUMBEELAND. 

PERKINS, A., Surrey. 
PERKINS, A. T., Somerset. 
PERKINS, C, Durham. 
PERKINS, C. F., Diu-ham. 
PERKINS, C. F., Somerset. 
PERKINS, D. S., AVarwick. 
PERKINS, Su- F., London. 
PERKINS, G., Kent. 
PERKINS. H., Cambs. 
PERKINS, H. Lancaster. 
PERRINS, J. D., AVorcester. 
PERROTT, R. S., Merioneth. 
PERRY, F. C, Stafford. 
PERRY, T. A., AA'arwick. 
PERRY, T. J., Stafford. 
PESTER, H. L., Somerset. 
PETER, Rev. L. M., Cornwall. 

PETERBOROUGH, Mayor of, 
Peterborough. 

PETERS, Rev. T., Gloucester. 

PETERS, W., London. 

PETLEY, C. R. C, Kent. 

PETO, J., Suffolk— E. D. 

PETO, Bt., Sir S. M., Middlesex 
Norfolk, Suffolk— E. D. 

PETRE, Hon. A. C. A., Essex. 

PETRE, C. E., Essex. 

PETRE, E., AVarwick. 

PETRE, Hon. F. C. B., Essex. 

PETRf^, H., Lancaster. 

PETRE, Hon. H. AV., Essex. 

PETRE, J. B., NoEFOLK. 

PETRE, Lord, Essex. 

PETRE, AV. B., Middlesex. 

PETRE, Hon. W. J., Essex. 

PETRIE, J., Lancaster. 

PETTnVARD,R. J. .Suffolk— B.D. 

PEYTON, Bt., Sir T., Oxford. 

PEYTON, T. F., Heeefoed. 

PHAYRE, Rev. R., Norfolk. 

PHEAR, Sir J. B., Devon 

PHELIPS, C. J., Essex, Herts. 

PHELIPS, R., SOMEKSET. 

PHELIPS, W., Somerset. 
PHELIPS, W. R., Somerset. 
PHELPS, Rev. P., Pembroke. 
PHELPS, AV. .1., Gloucester. 
PHIBBS, R., Lancaster. 
PHILLIMORE, A., Hants. 
PHILLIMORB, Rev. G., Bucks. 
PHILLIMORE, W. B., Middlesex. 
PHILIP, F. L., Somerset 
PHILIPS, F., Kent. 
PHILIPS, C. J., Essex. 
PHILIPS, J. C, Stafford. 
PHILIPS, J. AV., Stafford. 
PHILIPS, R. N., Lancaster,— 

Stafford, Warv^ick. 
PHILIPPS. A. L., Cardigan. 
PHILIPPS, C. E. G., Carmarthen. 
PHILIPPS, F. L. L., CaedigaW, 

Carmarthen. Pembroke. 
PHILIPPS, G.. Carmarthen. 
PHILIPPS, G. G., Carmarthen. 
PHILLIPPS, J. J., Somerset. 
PHILLIPS, Sir B. S., Kent, Lon. 

DON, Middlesex. 
PHILLIPS, E. B., Worcester. 
PHILLIPS, E. K., Monmouth. 
PHILLIPS, E. N., Carmarthen. 
PHILLIPS, E. P., Haverfordwest. 
PHILLIPS, F., Chester. 
PHILLIPS, G., Glamorgan. 
PHILLIPS, G. P., London. 
PHILLIPS, G. H., Radnoe. 
PHILLIPS, Bt., Su- G. R., AVoe- 

cestee, Warwick. 
PHILLIPS, H. B., Suffolk— E. D. 
PHILLIPS, H, M., Devon. 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



PHILLIPS, H. D., MiddleFOx. 

PHTLLIP^!, J., Hereford, Herts. 
PHILLIPS, J. A. L., Cakdigan, 
Pkmhkokk. 

PHILLIPS, J. F. L., Haverford- 
west. 

PHILLIPS, J. L., Carmarthen. 

PHILLIPS, J. O., London. 

PHILLIPS, J. S., BcrkR, O.Nford. 

PHILLIPS, J. S., Suffolk— 
AV. D. 

PHILLIPS, J. "W., Haverford- 
west. 

PHILLIPS, S. H., Kent, London. 

PHILLIPS, T , Smfforrt. 

PHILLIPS, T.,Glaraorsan. 

PHILLIPS, V. L., Carmarthen. 

rillLLri'S, W. L., Carmarthen. 

PHILLIPS, W. P., SiiffolK— E. D. 

PHILLIPS, W. P. T., Suffolk— 
E. D. 

PHILLIPS, W. W., Monmouth. 

PHILLIPS-TREBY, P. W., 
Devon. 

PHILLPOTTS, Rev. T., Cornwall. 

PHIPPS, Rev. A. F., Sulfolk— 
W. D. 

PHIPPS, C. N. P., Wilts. 

PHIPPS, F.,Kent. 

PHIPPS, P. (Northampton. 

PHIPPS, R. L. H., Wilts. 

PICKKRSGILL, W. C, Kent. 

PICKFORD, Rev. F., Lincoln— 
Pts, of Lindsey. 

PICTOX, J., Carmarthen. 

PIERCE, C, Carnarvon. 

PIERCY, Rev. J. M. W., Leicester. 

PIER POINT, R.. Chester. 

PIERRE PONT, E. H.. Not's. 

PIKRREPONT, H. B., liufland 

PIERS, Bt., Sir B. F., Herts. 

PICGOTT, W., Cambs. 

PICOT, Rev. H., Isle of Ely. Nor- 
folk. 

PIGOTT, J. H. W. P. S. P., 
Somerset. 

PIGOTT, Rov. R. IL, Bucks. 

PIGOTT, W. H., Bucks. 

PIGOU, II. M., Wilts. 

PILCHER, .1. G., Surrey. 

PILGRIM, C, Bucks, North- 
ampton. 

PILKINGTON, G., Lancaster. 

PILKINGTON, J. (Blackburn), 
Lancaster. 

PILKINGTON, J. (Prescot), Lan- 

PILKINGTON, J., York— N. R. 
PILKINGTON, Bt., Sir L. M. S., 

Monmouth, York — W. H. 
PILKINGTON, R., Lancaster. 
PILKINGTON, W., Lancaster. 
PILKINGTON, W. IL, Lancaster. 
PILKINGTON, W. W., Lancaster. 
PIM, B., Middlesex. 
PlNCKARn, G. H.. Surrey. 
PINCKNEY, E., Wilts. 
PINCKNEY, W., Wilts. 
PINNEY, E., Dorset. 
PINNEY, F. W., Somerset. 
PINNEY, W., Devon, Dorset, 

SoMKItSET. 

PIPON, M., Sussex- W. D. 
PITMAN, Rev. W. D., Devon. 
PITMAN, S., Somerset. 
PITTS, W. W. P., Devon. 
PIX, T. S., Susse.^:— E. D. 
PIXLEY, S., Middlesex. 
PLATT, F.. York— N. R. 
PLATT, Rev. G.. York— W. R. 
PLATT, Major, Camsirvon. 
PLATT, R., Chester, 



PLATT, R., Lancaster. 
PLATT, S. R., Lancaster. 
PLAYNE, A. T., Gloucester. 
PLAYNE, W., Gloucester. 
PLEYDELL, J. C, Dorpet. 
PLOWDKX, T. C, Middlesex. 
I'LOWDKN, W. ('., .Middlesex. 
PLOWDKX, W. F., Salop. 
PLUNKE'IT, R. E. S., R>1)Nor. 
PLUCKNETT, G., Middlesex, 

Tower Hamlets. 
PLU.MPTHK, C. J., Kent. 
I'LUMPTRE, J. B., Kent. 
lOCHIN. A., i iucolnK— Pts. of 

Kesteven 
POCHIN,G.W.,T.cicester,Lincoln 

—Pts. of Ke.steven. 
POCHIN, H. D., Denbigh, Lan- 

POCHIN, R. G., Leicester. 
POCHIN, W. A., Lt.icksteh. 
POCKLINGTON, G. H., Suffolk— 

W. D. 
POCOCK, I. J. I., Berks. 
POCOCK, T. W., Surrey. 
PODE, .1. D., Devon. 
POLAND, Sir W. N., London. 
POLE, C. C, Lancaster. 
POLE, Bt., Sir P. V. N., Gloucfs- 

TEK, Warwick, Worcester. 
POLE, R. C. W., Derby. 
POLE, W.. London. 
FOLEY, J. G. W., SufTolk— W. D. 
FOLEY, W. J. W., Suffolk. 
POLEY,Rev.W.W.,SutIolk— W.D. 
POLLARD, .r., Y'OKK— W. R. 
POLLARD, W., YouK— W. R. 
POLLARD, ,iunr.,W.,Yorl<— W. E. 
POLLEN. Bt., Sir R. IL, Wilts. 
POLLINGTON, Lord J. H. S., 

Middlesex. 
POLLINGTON, Viscount, Y'oek— 

W. R. 
POLLOCK, Sir C. E., Surrey. 
POLTIMORE, Lord, Devon. 
POLWll IILK, T. R., Cornwall. 
PONSONBY, Hon. A. G. J., Berks, 

Middlesex. 
PONSONBY, E., Middlesex. 
PONSONBY, Hon. F. J. W., 

Oxford. 

PONSONBY, M.. CUMBEELAND. 

PONSONBY-PANE, Hon. S. C. B., 

Somerset. 
POOLE, C. H., Chester, Salop. 
POOLE, Rev. W., Hereford. 
POOLE, W. T., Carnarvon. 
POOLE, W. T., Merioneth. 
POOLEY, Rev. G. F., Suffolk— 

E. D. 
POOLEY, Rev. J. G., Suffolk- 

E. D. 
POOLEY, Rev. J. H., Lincoh; 

—Pts. of Liudsev. 
POOLL, K. P. II. B., Somerset. 
POOLL, R. P. H. B., Wilts. 

POPE, S., MERIOWKTir. 

POPHAM, F. W., Hants. 

POPHAM, H. F. P., Hants. 

PORCH, J. A., Somer.set. 

PORRITT, .1., Lancaster. 

PORTAL, M., Hants. 

I'ORTAL, R., Hants. 

PORTAIj, W. S., Hants. 

PORTER, E. E., Wilts. 

PORTER, Rev. G. IL, Suffolk— 
E. D. 

PORTER, H. A., Devon. 

PORTKR, L., Devon. 

PORTER, W., Devon. 

PORTLAND, Duke of, Notting- 
ham. 



PORTMAN, E., Dorset. 
PORTMAN, Hon. N.B., Somerset. 
PORTMAN, Viscount, Dorset, 

Middlesex, Somerfet. 
PORTMAN, Hon.W.H. B., Dorset, 

SoMF.iisirr. 
PORTSMOUTH, Earl of, Devoh. 
POSTLETHWAJTt;, J. B., Cum- 

1 erland. 
POSTLETHWAITE, R., Cumbeu- 

LAND. 

POTT, A., Kent. 

I'OTTER, A., Northumberland. 

POTTER, E., Dkuby. 

POTTER, F., Herts. 

POTTER, E. C, Derby. 

POTTER, K. C, Lancaster. 

POTTER, J. G., Lancaster. 

POTTKR, R., Gloucester, Here- 
ford, Monmouth. 

POTTER, T. B., LiNOASTEK. 

POTTER, W. A., Northumberland- 

POTTER, W. R. C, C iRNWALL. 

POTTINGER,Bt., Sir H., Durham. 

POTTS, A., Chester. 

POTTS, H., Denbiiih, Flint. 

POTTS, H. .!., Denbigh, Flint. 

POULTER, B., Kent. 

POWE. I., Cumberland. 

POWELL, H., Brecknock. 

POWEL, AV., Brecknock. 

POWELL, A., Surrey. 

POAVELL, A. F., AVilts. 

POWELL, A. P. E., AVilts. 

POAVELL, C, Kent. 

POAVELL, inn., D., London. 

POWELL, D. J., Brecknock. 

POAVELL, F., Bucks. 

POAVELL, F. S., Y'ORK-W. R. 

POAVELL, Rev. G. F. S., Wilts. 

POWELL, G. H.. Hants. 

POAVELL, H., LoviJon. 

POWELL, H. B., Ihrlcn. 

POAVELL, H. P., Brecknock. 

POAVELL, H. St. J., Monmouth. 

POWELL, L., Brecknock. 

POWELL, N., Essex. 

POAVELL, Rev. B. P., Northum- 
berland. 

POAVELL, S., Montgomery. 

POAVELL, Rev. S. H. York— 
N. R., Ripon. 

POAVELL, S. H., York— W. R. 

POAVELL, T., Carmarthen. 

POWELL, Rev. T., Hereford. 

POAVELL, T. H., i'(miro;i:c,Suffolk 
— AV. D. 

POAVELL, Rev. T. P., HEREroBD. 

POAVELL, AV., AVilts. 

POAVELL, W. R. H., Cardigan, 
CARMARTnEN, Pembroke. 

POWER, K. M., Hkkeford. 

POWER, S. B., Glamorgan. 

POAVIS, Earl of, Hereford, Salop, 
MontETomerv (Ld. Lt.) 

POAVLETT, Hon. A. C. O., York 
— N. R. 

POAVLETT, Hon. W. T. O. York 
— N. R. 

POAVNALL, Rev. A., Leicester 

POAVNALL, J., Lancaster. 

POAVNALL, .1. F.. Middlesex. 

I'OWYS, Hon. L. W. H., Lancas- 
ter. 

Ph'AED, H. B., Suffolk— W. D. 

PRATT, E. R. M., Norfolk. 

PRATT, F. St. L., Peterborough. 

PRATT, S., Northampton. 

PRATT, AV. C, Bucks. 

PREEDA', n. AV., Worcester. 

PRENTIS, AV. T., Kent. 

PBESCOT, H., Surrey. 



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PRESCOTT, C. W., Eeit. 
FRESCO I'T, J., Laicister. 
PRESS, G. h., No.-folk. 
PRESTON, G. J., Gaester. 
PRESTON, G. T. K., Lancaster. 
PRES L'ON, H. E., York— E. R. 
PRESTON, H. J.. Norfolk. 
PRESTON, Bt., Sir J. H., Noe- 

rOLK. 

PRESTON, J. N., York— W. R. 
PRES PON, J. W., Lincoln- Pts. 

of Lindsey. 
PRES rON,'T., Yonit— N. R. 
PRESTON, T. H., York— B. R. 
PRESTON, W., Vork— E. R. 
PHE^TON, W. H., York - E. R. 
PRETOR, S. E. A., Dorset. 
PRETYMAN, A. C., Suffolk— 

E. D., Warwick. 
PREl'YMAN, Rev. F., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Liadsey. 
PREVOS 1', T. W., Cnmbsrland. 
PRICE, C. H. T., Londnn. 
PRICE, H. B., Anglesej-. 
PRICE, J. B., Anglesey. 
PRICE, J. B., Mildleses. 
PRICE, J. P., Carmarthen. 
PRICE, J. T., Hereford, Mon- 
mouth. 

PRICE, L., Cirdigan. 

PRICE, R. B., Denbigh. 

PRICE, R. E., WUts, Somerset. 

PRICE, R. G., aavering alte- 
Bower. 

PRICE, R. D. G., Radnor. 

PRICE, Bt., Sir R. G., Hereford, 
Radnob. 

PRICE, R. J. Lloyd, Carnarvon 
Denbigh, MiiiuoNETa. 

PRICE, T. E., Bucks. 

PRICK, T. E., Statford, Warwick. 

PRICE, T. P., Monmouth. 

PRICE, W. E., Glo'ice^ter. 

PRICK, Rev. W. H., Gloucester. 

PRICE, W, P., Gloucksiku. 

PRICHARD, .!., Glamorgan. 

PRICHAiD, W., Glamorgan. 

PRICKARD, Rev. T. G., Radnor. 

BRICKARD. Rev. W. E., Radnor. 

PRICKETT, G., York— E. R. 

PRICKE I'T, Lt.-Col., Yohk— E. R. 

PRIESTMAN, J., Durham. 

PRIME, A., Sussex— W. D. 

PRIME, C, Bods. 

PRIME, E. E., Herts. 

PRINCEP, T. L., Derby. 

PRINGLE, R. K., Derby. 

PRI.SSEP, T. L., Stafford. 

PRIOR, J. L., Essex. 

PRIOR, R. C. A., Somerset. 

PRITCHARD, H., Avgleskt. 

PRITCHARD, Rev. H., Anglesey. 

PRITCHARD, J., SvLO ■. 

PRITCHARD, R. K., Glamorgan. 

PRITCHARD, R. W., Anglesey. 

PRITT, W., Cdmbeklanu, West- 
moreland. 

PRITT, W., Denbigh. 

PROBERT, J., Glamorgan. 

PROBYN, E., Gloucester. 

PROCTER, Rev. T., Northumber- 
land. 

PROCTOR, Rev. T. B., Norfolk. 

PRODGERS, E., Herts 

PRODGERS, H., Wilts. 

PROTHERO, E., York— TV. It. 

PROTHERO, F. T. E., Monmouth. 

PROTHERO, Rev. G., Worcester. 

PROTHEROE, E., Pembroke. 

PROTHEROE,E. S., Carmarthen. 

PROVIS, T. J., Salop. 
PROWEB . M., Wilts. 



PRUST, C, Pembroke, HiVEK- 

rOHDWEST. 

PRUSr, iunr., C., Pembroke. 

PRUST, G. T., Pembroke. 

PRYCE, A., Glamorgan. 

I'RYCE, A. T. A., Sussex. 

PRYCE, Rev. H. L., Anglesey. 

PRYOR, A., Essex. 

PRYOR, M. R., Hems. 

PRYOR, R., Hekts. 

PRYOR, T., Hebts. 

PRYSE, E. J., Cardigan. 

PPfYSE, E. L., Cardigan (Ld. Lt.) 

PRYSE, J. C. P. v., Cardigan. 

PRYSE, J. P., Cardigan. 

PRYSE, J. P. v., Cardigan. 

PRYSE, J. R., Montgomery. 

PRYSE, Sir P., Cardigan. 

PRYSE, R. D., Merioneth, Mont- 
gomery. 

PUCKLE, Rev. B. H., Hunts. 

PUCrCLE, G. H., Westmoreland. 

PUDSBY, G. P. A., Stafford. 

PUGH, D., Cardigan. 

PUGH, D., Carmarthen. 

PUGH, H., Merioneth. 

PUGH, Rev. J., Denbigh. 

PUGH, L. P., GvKDiGtif. 

PUGH, M. R., Merioneth. 

PT'GH, W. B., Radnor. 

PULESTON, Rev. T. H. G., Flint. 

PULLEINE, J., York— N. R. 

PULLEINE, S., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Lind«ey. 

PULLEY, J., Hereford. 

PUREY-CUST, A. P., Bucks. 

PURKIN'-SON, L.M., Nottingham. 

PURTON, T. P., Salop. 

I'URTON, W. C. P., Salop. 

PURVIS, G. T. M., Hants. 

PUXLEY, H. L., Carmarthen. 

PYE, H. J., Derby, Stafford. 

PYM, A., Beds. 

PYM, F., Beds. 

PYM, R. R., Berks. 

PY5IAN. G., Durham. 

PYNR, R., Cambs. 

PYPER, Rev. R., Hants 

PYRKE, D., Gloucester." 



QUICKE, J., Devoit. 
QUIRK, Rev. J. F., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Lindsey. 



RABAN, G., Somerset. 

RADCLIFFE, H. D., Hertford. 

RADCLIFFE, J. (Oldham), Lan- 
caster. 

RADCLIFFE, J. (Rochdale), Lan- 
castt^r. 

RADCLIFFE, Bt., Sir J. P. P., 
StaTor I, York— W. R. 

RADCLIFFE, T. H., Lancaster. 

RMiCLYFFK, C. K., Hants. 

RADCLYFFE, jun., G. J., Dorset. 

RADFDRD, A., Derbv. 

RADFORD, C. C, Derby. 

RADNOR, Earl, Berks, Wilts [Ld. 
Lt.) 

RAFFLES, T. S., Lancaster. 

RAGLAN, Lord, Monmouth. 

RAIKES, C, Susses— W. D., 
Wilts. 

RAIKES, Rt. Hon.H. C., Chester, 
Flint. 

RAIKES, R., Brecknock. 

RAIKES, S. N., Gloucester. 



RATLTON, H., Cumberland. 
RAINE, W. S., Durham". 
RALLI, P., Dorset. 
RAMSBOTHAM,.T., Sussex— E.D. 
RAMSDEN, A. C, Kent, Sussex 

RAMSDEN, C., IPdllesex. 

RAMSDEN, F., Y^okk— W. R. 

RAMSDEN, G., Yorlc—W.:R. 

RAMSDEN, Sir J., Cumberland, 
Lancaster. 

RAMSDEN, J. C, York—W. B. 

RAMSDEN, J. C. F., .Surrey. 

RAMSDEN, J. R. S., Kr^nt. 

RAMSDEN, Bt., Sir J. W., York 
— W. R. 

RAMSDEN, R., Warwiolc. 

RAMSDEN, R. J., Nottingham. 

RAMSDEN, W^ J. F., Y(jrk— W. R. 

RAMSEY, B., Northampton. 

RANDALL, H. J., Glamorgan. 

RANDOLPH, Rev. E. J. , Hertford. 

RANELAGH, Viscount, Middlb- 
sex, Norfolk. 

RANKEN, W. B., Lancaster. 

RANKIN, J., HEi'.EroKD. 

RANT, T., Suffolk— E. D. 

RANYARD, S., Surrey. 

RASH, F. G., E.-Asex. 

RASHLEIGH, Bt., Sir G., Corn- 
wall. 

RASHLEIGH, C. B., Cop.nwall. 

RASHLEIGH, J., Cornwall. 

RASHLEIGH, J., Middlesex. 

RATCLIFF, C, Stafford, Wab- 
wicK, Worcester. 

RATGLIFF, D. R.. Warwick. 

RATCLIFFE, R., Derby, Stafford. 

RATE, L. :M., Surrey. 

RATHBONE, T., Chester. 

RATHBONE, W., LancasTbe. 

RAVENSWORTH, Earl of, Dur- 
ham. 

RAAVLINS, H. W., Somerset. 

RAWLTNSON, G. R., Lancaster. 

RAWLINSON, Sii- H. C, London. 

RAWLINSON, P.., Lancaster. 

RAWNSLEY, Rev. E., Lincoln 
—Pts. of Lindsey. 

RAWNSLEY, Rev. R. D. B., Lin- 
coln— Pts. of Liadsey. 

RAWSON, G., Siivrev. 

RAWSON, P., Sussex-E. D. 

RAWSON, W. H., York— W. R. 

RAWSON, jun., W. H., York— 
W. R. 

RAWSTORNE, L., Lancasteb. 

RAYER, W. G., Devon. 

RAYLEIGH, Lord, Essex. 

RAYMOND, H. P., Hants. 

RAYMOND, Re,-. W. F., Worcea- 

RAYNER, G. P., Warv.-ick. 
RAYNER, J., Y'ork— W. R. 
RAYNER, P., Anglesey. 
RAYNER, W., Lancaster. 
READ, C. S., Norfolk. 
RE.VD, J. F. H.,Es.?ex. 
READ,0. M. C, Flint. 
READ, T. R., York— E. R., York 

— N. R. 
READS, Sir C, Anilese;/. 
READE, E. A., Berks, Oxford. 
READE, F. E., Suffolk— E. D. 
READE, J. C. R., Siilfolk- E. D. 
REAVELEY', T., HisreeoTid. 
RE BOW, H. J. G., Essex. 
REDESDALE, Earl of, Glouceb 

ter, "Worcester. 
REDMAYNE, G., Lancaster 

Westmoreland. 
REDMAYNE, J. M., Durham. 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



REED. A. H.. London. 
HEED, C. J., Northumberland. 

REED, F. J., CUMBEKLAND. 

BEED, L., Isle of Ely. 
REES, G. A., Brecknock. 
EEES, G. R. G., Carmarthen, 

Pembroke. 
REES, J. V. H., Carmarthen. 
REP,S, B. P., Monmouth. 
REES, W., Glamorgan. 
REEVE, C, Hants. 
REEVE, Rev. E. J., Essex. 
REEVE, J., Lincoln— Pts. of Kes- 

teven. 
REEVE, Rev. J. F., Suffolk— E. T>. 
REMNANT, F. W., Suffolk— E. D. 
RENDAL, S., Montgomery. 
RENDLESHAM, Lord, Suffolk— 

E. D. 
RENTON, J. T., Surrev. 
RENNIE, .T. K., Surrey. 
RENSHAW, H. C, Derbj-. 
RETALLTCK, F., Cornwall. 
REVELEY, H. J., Mekioneth. 
REYNARD, E. H., York— E. R. 
BEYNARD, F., York— E. R. 
REYNARD, M. M., York- E. R. 
REYNARDSON, C. B., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Kesteven. 
REYNARDSON, C.T.S.B.,i;nTO?» 
REYNARDSON, E. B., Hants. 
REYNARDSON, H. B., Oxford. 
EEYNER, A. B., Lancaster. 
REYNER, .1. B., Lancaster. 
REYNOLDS, C, Chester. 
RKYX( iLDS, C. W., Berks. 
RKYXdl.DS, C. W., Cornwall. 
REYNOLDS, E., Hunts. 
HKYNOLDS, H., Chester. 
RKYNOLDS, J., Chester. 
REYNOLDS, J., Gloucester. 
REYNOLDS, R. B., Essex. 
REYNOLDS, V. J., Somerset. 
RHODES, G., York— W. R. 
RHODES, .I.W., Berks. 
RHODES, T., Derby. 
RHODES. T. W., Monmouth, 

Northampton. 
RHYS, R. H., Glamorgan. 
RICARDO, F., Berks. 
RICABDO, P., Surrey. 
RICE, E. B., Kent, Hants. 
RICE-WATKINS, G. T^^., C xk- 

BIGfAir. 

RICE, Rev. H., Essex. 

RICE, .1. T., Gloucester. 

RICH, Rev. .T., Bucks. 

RICHARDKS, A., Cardigan. 

RICHARDES, H. S., Cakdio.vn. 

RICHARDS, Rev. J., Anglesey. 

RICHARDS, .L, Monmouth. 

RICHARDS, O., Merioneth. 

RICHARDS, R., Glamorgan. 

RICHARDS, T., Isle of Elt. 

RICHARDS, T. A., Cardigan. 

RICHARDS, \\\. Rutland. 

RK^HARDS, W. F., Glamorgan. 

RICHARDS, W. H., Devon. 

RICHARDS, Rev. W. H., Essex. 

RICHARDS, W. H., Pembroke. 

RICHARDSON, C, York— N. R. 

RICHARDSON, E.. Durll&m 

RICHARDSON, Rev. F. H., 
Leicester. 

RIC^HARDSON, J., Cumberland. 

RICHARDSON, J., Durham, York 

R— N. R. 

RICHARDSON, J. C, Carmar- 
then, Glamorgan. 
IGHARDSON, J. C, Glamorgan. 

RICHARDSON, jun., J. C, Gla- 
morgan . 



RICHARDSON, J. W., York — 
W, R. 

RICILA.liDSON, Rev. R., Chester. 

RI('HAI{I)SON, R., Flint. 

RICHARDSON, T., Dubham, 
York— N. R. 

RICHARDSON, T. S., Cambs. 

RICHARDSON, W. H., Durham. 

RICHMOND AND GORDON, 
Duke of, Sussex — W. D. 

RICKARDS, C.H., Lancaster. 

RICKARDS, G. K., Oxford. 

RICKARDS, Rev. H. H. K., Gla- 
morgan. 

RICKARDS, R., Glamorgan. 

RICKBTTS, G. R. G., Hants. 

RIDDELL, C, Northimiberland. 

RIDDELL, E. M. H., Nottingham. 

RIDDELL, F., York— N. R. 

RIDDELL,F. H.,Northumberlana, 
York— N. R. 

RIDDELL, H. P. A. B., North- 
umberland. 

RIDDELL, J. G., Northumberland. 

RIDDELL, Bt., Sir W. B., Kent, 
Northumberland. 

RIDEHALGH, G. .T. M., Lancas- 
ter, Westmoreland. 

RIDER, T., Kent. 

RIDGWAY, E. J., Stafford. 

RIDGWAY, J., Kent. 

RIDLEY, J. M., Northumberland. 

RIDLEY, T., Northumberland. 

RIDLEY, Bt., Sir AY. M., North- 
umberland. 

RIDPATH, J. L., Londmi. 

RIGBY, C, Anglesey. 

RIGBY, .!., Lancaster. 

RIGBY, S., Lancaster. 

RIGDEN, W. E., Kent. 

RIGG, H. C, Westmoreland. 

RIGG, J., Kent, Midblesex. 

RIGGE, H. F., Lancaster. 

RIGGE, .1. S., E.ssex. 

RILEY, H.. Cumberland. 

RILEY, J., Berks. 

RILEY, J., Hereford. 

RILEY, J., Lancaster. 

RILEY, T., Lancaster, York— 
W. R. 

RIMMINGTON-WILSON, R. H. 
R., York— W. R. 

RIMMER, Rev. J., Cumberland. 

RIMMER, R.. Suffolk— E. D. 

RINGROSE-VOASB, W. R., York 

RIPLEY, Bt., Sir H. W., Salop, 

Y'OKK— W. R. 
RIPON, Marquis of, Lincoln — 

Pts. of Kesteven, York — N. R., 

(Ld. Lt.), York— W. R., Ripon. 
RIPON, Mayor of, Ripon. 
RISING, R., Norfolk. 
RISLEY, H. C, Oxford. 
RITCHIE, C. T., Middlesex. 
RITCHIE, J. T., Middlesex. 
RITSON, J., Cumberland. 
RITSON, R., Cumberland. 
ROACH, T. H., Somerset. 
ROADLEY, G., Lincoln- Pts. of 

Lindsev. 
ROBARTES, Lord, Cornwall. 
ROBARTES, Hon. T. C. A., CoKif. 

WALL. 

ROBARTS, A. J., Bucks. 
ROBARTS, C. H., London. 
ROBARTS, H., Middlesex. 
ROBERTS, A. T., A>iijlesei/. 
ROBERTS, Rev. C. W., Suffolk - 

ROBERTS, D., Denbigh. 
ROBERTS, E., Essex. 



ROBERTS, E. C, Cobkwall. 
ROBERTS, H. B., Carnarvon. 

Denbigh, Merioneth. 
ROBERTS, J., Denbigh. 
ROBERTS, R., Anglesey. 
ROBERTS, R., Merioneth. 
ROBERTS, R. D., Cardigan. 
ROBERTS, R. T., Glamorgan. 
ROBERTS, S., York— W. R. 
ROBERTS, T. F., Montgomery. 
ROBERTS, T. L., Salop. 
ROBERTS, T. W., Kent. 
ROBERTS, W., Lancaster, 
ROBERTS, W. H., Kent. 
ROBERTS, W. W., Carnarvon. 
ROBERTSON, G. C, Nottingham. 
ROBERTSON, H., Denbigh 

Merioneth. 
ROBERTSON, H., Somerset. 
ROBERTSON, P. F., Sussex. 
ROBERTSON, R., Kent. 
ROBERTSON, W. H., Derby. 
ROBERTSON, W. L., Durham. 
ROBINS, G. W., Hertford. 
ROBINS, J. Y., Warwick. 
ROBINSON, A., Middles) X. 

Sussex— W. D. 
ROBINSON, C. R., York— N. R. 
ROBINSON, C. W., Cambs. 
ROBINSON, E. L. G„ Herefoni. 
ROBINSON, Rev. F. E., Berks. 
ROBINSON, Bt., Rev. Sir F. I... 

Norihampton. 
ROBINSON, J., Kent. 
ROBINSON, .!., Stafford. 
ROBINSON, S., Dm-ham. 
ROBINSON, S., Hereford. 
ROBINSON, W., Lancaster, Yo 

— W. R. 
ROBINSON, W. R., Durham. 
ROCH, N. a., Pembroke. 
ROCH, W. F., Haverfordwest. 
ROCH, W. F., Pembroke. 
ROCHE, F. W. A., Carnarvon. 

Merioneth. 
RODD, P. R., Cornwall. 
RODEN, Earl, Esses. 
RODEN, R. B., Monmouth. 
R0DEN,W.S. Monmouth, Stafloi-d 
RODGER, R., Kent. 
RODGETT, E., Lancaster. 
RODGETT, M., Dorset. 
RODNEY, Lord, Hereford. 
RODWELL. B. B. H., Suffolk— 

W. D. 
ROE, Rev. H. F., Cornwall. 
ROE, H. R., Devon. 
ROGERS, A., Hereford. 
ROGERS, C. C, Hereford, SrIo)), 

Radnor. 
ROGERS, C. E. C, Gloucester. 
ROGERS, .1., Norfolk. 
ROGERS, J. E., Cardigan. 
ROGERS, J. T., Kent. 
ROGERS, R., Norfolk. 
ROGERS, R. R. C, Gloucestt i:. 
ROGERS, T., Devon. 
ROGERS, T. E., Somerset. 
ROGERS, W. H., Stafford. 
ROGERS, W. L., Wilts. 
ROKEBY, Rev. H. R., Northamp- 
ton. 
ROKEBY, Lord. Hertford. 
ROLFE, E. N., Norfolk. 
ROLLESTON, L., Nottingham. 
ROLLS, A., Monmouth. 
ROLLS, J. A., Monmouth. 
ROLLS, J. H., Surrey. 
ROLT, P., Middlesex. 
ROME, W., Lancaster. 
ROMILY. F.. Glamorgan. 
ROMNEY, Earl of,KENT, Norfolk. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, &C. 



livii 



ROOKE, A. B., Wilts. 
ROOKE, W. S., Monmouth. 
ROOKE, W. W., Hants. 
ROOKER, Rev. J. Y., Stafford. 
ROPER, C. J. T., Flint. 
ROPER, G., York— N. R. 
ROSE, J. A., London. 
ROSE, J. R. H., London, Susses— 

E. D. 
ROSE, Bt., Sir P., Bucks, Middle- 

ROSE, R., BrcKS. 

ROSE, Sir W., Suffolk— E. D. 

ROSE, W. S., Northampton. 

ROSEVERE, W. S., Coknwall. 

ROSHER, J. L., Hereford. 

ROSHER, W.. Kent. 

ROSS, A. H., Middlesex. 

ROSS, J. S., Surrey. 

ROTHERHAM, J., AVarwick. 

ROTHERY, H. C, Surrey. 

ROTHSCHILD, P. do, Bucks. 

ROTHSCHILD, Bt., Baron Sii- N. 
M. de, London. 

ROTHSCHILD, A. C. de, London. 

ROTHWELL, R., London. 

ROTHWELL, R. R., Lancaster. 

ROTHWELL, W., York— W. R. 

ROUND, E., Esses. 

ROUND, J., Essex. 

ROUNDELL, C. S., Sussex— 
W. D. 

ROUPELL, J. S., Simex. 

ROUSE, H., York— N. R. 

ROUSE, R., Suffolk— E. D. 

ROUTLEDGE, G., Cumberland. 

ROW, W. N.. Devon. 

ROWCLIPFE, E. L., Surrey. 

ROWDEN, E., Herkfobd. 

ROWDON, E., Hereford. 

ROWE, E. F.. Surrey. 

ROWE, G., Pembroke, Haverford- 
west. 

ROWE, Rev. J. G., Noithumber- 
land. 

ROWE, T. H., Haverfordwest. 

ROWLAND, J., Lancaster. 

ROWXAND, J. H., Glamorgan. 

ROWLANDS, T., Haverfordwest. 

ROWLANDS, W. B., Haverford- 

ROWLEY, A. B., Lanc.vsikr. 
ROWLEY, Bt., Su- C. R., iVorfoll; 

Suffolk — E. D. 
ROWLEY, G. F., Lincoln- Pts. of 

Holland, Rutland. 
ROWLEY, C. P., Hunts. 
ROWLEY, J. T., Suffolk— W. D. 
ROWLEY, Hon. R. T., Sussex— 

W. D., Flint. 
ROWLEY, W. T., Lancaster. 
ROWTON, Lord, Salop. 
ROXBURGH, F., Suffolk— E. D. 
ROYDS, A. H.,IiAXCAsiEE. WoB- 

CESTEE. 

ROYDS, C. M., Lancaster. 
ROYDS, Rev. C. S., Stafford 
ROYDS, C. T., Lancaster. 
ROYDS, E. A. N., Lancaster. 
ROYDS, Rev. J., Chester. 
ROYDS, J., Essex. 
ROYLE, P., Lancaster. 
RUDD, J. B., York— N. R. 
RUDDOCK, N. H. C, Somerset. 
RUDGE, E. C, Wobckstee. 
RUDGE, N., Lincoln. 
RUDKIN, T., London. 
RUDSTON-READ, T. W., York— 

RubsTON-READ, W. H., York 

RUGGE-PRICE, C, Surrey. 



RUSHTON, Rev. J., Cambs. 

RUSHTON. J., Lancaster. 

RUSHTON, T. L., Lancaster. 

RUSSELL, A. E., Worcester. 

RUSSELL, Sir- C, Bebks. 

RUSSELL, C, Essex. 

RUSSELL, Lord C. J. F., Beds. 

RUSSELL, H., London. 

RUSSELL, J. A., Lancaster. 

RUSSELL, J. D. W., Northamp- 
ton. 

RUSSELL, J. R., Monmouth. 

RUSSELL, N., Leicester. 

RUSSELL, R. B., Devon. 

RUSSELL, Rev. R. N., Bucks, 
Northampton. 

RUSSELL, T., Dorset. 

RUSSELL, W. D., York— N. R. 

RUST, G. J., Hunts. 

RUSTON, A. S., Isle of Ely. 

RUTHVEN, Lord, Hereford. 

RUTLAND, Duke of, Leicester 
{Ld. Lt.) 

RUTSON, A. O., York— N. R. 

RUTSON, H., York— N. R. 

RUTSON, J., York— N. R. 

RUTZEN, A. de, Glamorgan. 

RUXTON, J. H. H., Kent. 

RYCROFT, C. A.W., Kent,Middle- 

RYCROPT, Bt., Sir N., Kent, 

Hants. 
RYDER, D. H., Herts. 
RYDER, Hon. F. D., Beds, Herts. 
RYDER, Hon. H. D., MidtUesex, 

Stafford. 
RYECROFT, C. A. W., Middlesex. 
RYLAND, T., Warwick. 
RYLANDS, J. (Manchester), Lan- 

RYLANDS, J. (Warrington), Lan- 
caster. 
RYLANDS, P., Lancaster. 
RYLEY, T. M., Kent. 
RYRIE, R., London. 



SACKTILLE, Lord, Herts, Kent. 

SACKVILLE, S. G. S., North- 
ampton. 

SADLER, S. C, WUts. 

SAINSBURY, C. H. S., Somer.sct. 

ST. ALB AN' S, Duke of, Lincoln, 
Notts. (Xd. Lt.) 

ST. AUBYN, Rev. St. A. H. M., 
Cornwall. 

ST. AUBYN, E., Cornwall, Devon. 

ST. AUBYN, Bt., Sir J., Corn- 
wall. 

ST. AUBYN, J. T., Cornwall. 

ST. GEORGE, Rev. H., Lancaster. 

ST. JOHN, Lord. Beds. 

ST. JOHN, Hon. B. M., Hereford. 

ST. JOHN, E. J., Berks. 

ST. JOHN, E. J., Sussex— W. D. 

ST. JOHN, fl. C, Gloucester. 

ST. LEGER, J., York— W. R. 

ST. PAUL, D. R., Leicester, 
Noi-thampton. 

ST. PAUL, Bt.,. Sir H., Northum- 
berland. 

ST. QUINTIN, W. H., York— 
E. R., York-N. R. 

ST. VINCENT, Viscount, Kent, 
Stafford. 

SALE, Rev. C. J., Worcester. 
SALE, G. J., Warwick. 
SALISBURY, Maicjuess of, Herts, 
Middlesex. 

SALKELD, J., CUIIBEBLAND. 



SALMON, H. T., GtoncESTEB, 

Northampton. 
SALMON. W., Glamorgan. 
SALMOND, H. V., Nottingham. 
SALMOND, H.. Derbv. 
SALMOND, J., Cumberland, 

Westmoreland. 
SALMON SON, B. C, Chester. 
SALOMONS, Bt., Sir D. L., Kent, 

Middlesex, Sussex— E. D. 
SALT, E.,York— W. R. 
SALT,T., Stafford, York— W. R. 
SALT, Bt., Sir W. H., Leicester, 

York— W. R. 
SALTMARSHE, Lt.-Col., York- 

SALTMARSHE, jun.. P., York— 

SALVIN, H. T. T., Darham. 

SALVIN, M. C, DnRHAM, Here- 
ford. 

SALWAY, A., Hereford. 

SALWEY, A., Salop.j 

SAMBORNE, Rev. R. L. P., 
Devon. 

SAMBORNE, S. P. S., Somerset. 

SAMPSON, E., Gloucester. 

SAMUDA, J. D'A., Middlesex, 
Londo7i. 

SAMUELSON, H. B., Somerget. 

SANCTUARY, W, M., Cinque 
Ports. 

SANDARS, G. R., Essex 

SANDARS, J. E., Lincoln— Pts, 
of Lindsey. 

SANDBACH, Rev. G., Hereford, 
Worcester. 

SANDBACH, H. R., Carnarvon, 
Denbigh. 

SANDBACH, S., Denbigh. 

SANDBACH, S. H., Chester, 
Salop. 

SANDBACH, W. R., Lancaster. 

SANDEMAN, A. G., London. 

SANDEMAN, T. F., Hants. 

SANDERS, B. L., Hereford, 
Worcester. 

SANDERS. E. A., Devon. 

SANDERSON, S. L. W., Cumber- 
land. 

SANDFORD, H., Salop. 

SANDFORD, T. H., Chester, 
Salop. 

SANDFORD, W. A., Devon. 

SANDHAM, G., Sussex— W. D. 

SANDILANDS, E. C, Kent 

SANDLE, W., Essex. 

SANDON, Viicount, Stafford. 

SANDWICH, Earl of, Dorset, 
Hants. {Ld.Lt.) 

SANDYS, E. W., York— B. R. 

SANDYS, Lord, Worcester. 

SANFORD, H. A., Somerset. 

SANFORD. W. A., Somerset. 

SANKEY, R., Flint. 

SARGEAUNT, J., Gloucester. 

SARGENT, J., Middlesex. 

SARTORIS, A., Berks, Gloucester. 

SARTORIS, C, Oxford. 

SARTORIS, E. J., Hants, Car- 
marthen. 

SARTORIS, F. U., Northampton 

SASSON, J. S., Sun-ey. 

SATTERTHWAITE, E. H., Lan- 

SAUNDERS, C. M., Devon. 
SAUNDERS, C. M., Lancaster, 

Westmoreland, York — W. R. 
SAUNDERS, P. G., Berks. 
SAUNDERS, H. W. D., Hertford. 
SAUNDERS, J. E., London. 
SAUNDERS, T., Surrey. 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



SAUNDKRS, T. B., Wilts. 

SAUNDERS, T. W., Middloses. 

SAUNDERS, W. S., London. 

SAUNDERS, W. F. D., Carmar- 
then. 

SAURIN, M.A., Cardigan, Pem- 
broke. 

SAURIN, M. J., Haverford-n-est. 

SAVERY, A. B., Monmouth. 

SAVILE, .T. W., Devon. 

SAVILL, S. G., Essex. 

SAWBRIDGE, E. H. B., North- 
ampton. 

SAWLE, Bt., Sir C. B. G., Coex- 

WAIL. 

SAWREY, J., Lancasteh. 

SAWYER, C. R. J., Hants. 

SAY, R. H., Berks, Norfolk. 

SAYE & SELE, Lord, Hereford. 

SAYER, J., Kent. 

SCALES, E., Devon. 

SCARBOROUGH, Earl of, Toric— 
W. R. 

SCARBOROUGH, J. I., Devon. 

SOARBROUiiH, J. 1., Devon 

SCARLET, E. C. Hereford. 

SCARLETT, J. W., Herts. 

SCARSDALE, Lord, Dsrbj-. 

SCARTH, W. T., Durham. 

SCATCHERD, S., York— W. R. 

SCHNEIDER, H. W., Lancaster, 
Westmoreland. 

SCHNIBBEN, Rev. W.' M., Ciim- 
berland. 

SCH(~)FIELD, R. S., Y'ork— E. R. 

f^CIlREIBER A. T., E-sex. 

SCHREIBER, C. A., Suffolk— E.D. 

SCHRODER, Baron, Chester. 

SCHWABE, V. S., Lancaster. 

SCHWIND, C, Derby. 

SCLATER, .T. H., SrssEX- E. D. 

SCLATER, W. L., Hants. 

SCLATER-BOOTH, G., Hants. 

SCOBELL, B. L. J., Somer.sot. 

SCOBELL, E., Devon. 

SCOBEEL, J. U., Somerset. 

SCOBELL, S. G. T., Gloucester, 
Worcester. 

SCOTT, B. H. J., Warwick. 

SCOTT, Hon. C. G., Warvrick, 
Worcester . 

SCOTT, E. D., STAFFOiiD, War- 
wick. 

SCOTT, Bt., Sir E. H., Kent. 

SCOTT, F., CriiBUKLAND. 

SCOTT, Hon. P., Sm-rey. 

SCOTT, F. C, Suffolk-E. D. 

SCOTT, F. H., Susses— E.D. 

SCOTT, Rev. G., York— N. R. 

SCOTT, G. A. J., Hants. 

SCOTT, Lord H. J. M. D., 
Hants. 

SCOTT, H. W., Surrey. 

SCOTT, J., Cumberland. 

SCOTT, .T., Durham. 

SCOTT, J. C. A., Salop, Stafford. 

SCOTT, M. D., MidcUesex, Sussex 
—E.D. 

SCOTT, S., Monts^omerv. 

SCOTT, Bt., Sir S. D., Middlesex, 
Sussex— E. D. 

SCOTT, T., Middlesex. 

SCOTT, W. C, Surrey. 

SCOTT, W. H., Derby. 

SCOTT-MURRAY', C. A., Bucks. 

SCOTT-MURRAY, C. R. S., 
Bucks. 

SCOURFIELD, Sir O. H. P., Car- 
marthen, Pembroke, Havee- 

POBDWIiST. 

SCOVELL, G., SuRBET. 
SCOVELL. G. T., Surrey. 



SCRATTON, D. R., Devon, Essex. 

SCRIMGEOUR,A. , Sussex— W. D. 

SCRIVENS, G., Sussex— E. D. 

SCROPE, S. T., Yoke— N. R. 

SCURFIELD, G. J., Durham, 
York— N. R. 

SEALE, Bt., Sir H. P., DEVorf. 

SEALE, J. H., Devon. 

SEBAG, J.. London. 

SEBRIGHT, Bt., Sir J. G. S., 
Beds., Herts. 

SECKHAM, S. L., Stafford. 

SEDDON, P. K., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Lindsey. 

SEDGWICK, L., Y'ork— N. R. 

SEEL, T. M., Lancaster, Norfolk. 

SEELY, jun., C, Derby, Notting- 
ham. 

SEELY, C, Lincoln— Pts. of Kes- 
teven, Hants, Surrev. 

SEFTON, Earl of Lancaster (Ld. 
Lt.) 

SELBY, B. P., Northumberland. 

SELBY, C, Northumberland. 

SELBY, W. C, Northumberland. 

SELLAR, T., Surrev. 

SELWIN-IBBETSON, Bt., Sir H. 

J., ESSKX. 

SELWYN-PAYNE, J. H., Somer- 
set. 
SEMPTLL, E., Norfhampion. 
SKNDALL. Riv. E., Essex. 
SENHOUSE, H., Cumberland. 
>EPPINGS, H.. Sutlolk— E. D. 
SERGEANTSON, G. J., Y'ork— 

N. R., York- W. R. 
SERGISON. W., Sussex. 
SERRELL, D. H., Dorset. 
SEVERN, J. P., Radnor. 
SEVERNE, J. E., Northampton, 

Smop, Montgomery. 
SEVILLE, T.,' Lancaster. 
SEWELL, F. R., Cumborland. 
SEWELL, J. G., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsey. 
SEYES, W. jF.., Gloucester. 
SEYMKR, E. C. K.. SiifiblR— W.D. 
SEYMOUR, A., Hants. 
SEYMOUR, A., Northampton. 
SEYMOUR, A., Somi rset, Wilts. 
SEY^MOUR, Lord E. J., Warwick, 

Wilts. 
SEYMOUR, H. E. C. K., Dorset. 
SEYMOUR, H. H., Middlesex. 
SEYMOUR, L. R., Surrey. 
SEYMOUR, Sir M., Hants. 
SEYS, W. M., Monmouth. 
SHADWELL, W. L., Sussex— E.D. 
SHAFTESBURY, Earl of, Dorset, 

(Ld. Li.) 
SHAFTO, Rev. A. D., Durham, 

HuntE. 
SHAFTO, R. D., Durham, Wilts. 
SHAFTO, T. D., Durham, AVilts. 
SHAKERLEY, Sir C. W., Chester. 
SHAKESPEAR, C, Leicester. 
SHAKESPEAR, J. D., Essex. 
SHANN, C, Y'ork— W. R. 
SHARP, A., Y'ork— W. R. 
SHARP, J. H., Sussex— E. D. 
SHARP, Rev. W., Cumberland. 
SHARPE, B., Middlesex. 
SHARPE, H., Isle of Ely. 
SHAW, A., Stafford. 
SHAW, B., Y'ork— W. R. 
SHAW, E., Y'ork— W. R. 
SHAW, E. M., Mddlcsex. 
SHAW, Rev. F., Cambs. 
SHAW, G., Leicester. 
SHAW, G., London. 
SHAW, H., Derby. 
SHAW, H., Lancaster. 



SHAW, H. C, Nottingham 
SHAW, .las., Glamorgan. 
SHAW, .Tohn, London. 
SHAW, Bt., Sir J. C. IC, Eent. 
SHAW, .1. R., Chester. 
SHAW, R., Lancaster. 
SHAW, S., York— W. R. 
SHAW, T., Tork—W. R. 
SHAW, W. O. N., Chester. 
SHAWCROSS, W. T., Lancaster. 
SHAW- U ELL lER, T. B., Stafford, 

Wnr erter. 
SHAWE, H. C, Warvrick. 
SHEARME, E., Cornwall. 
SHEDDEN AV. L., Hants. 
SHEEPSHANKS,W.,York— W.R. 
SHEFFIELD, Rev. C, Pts. of 

Lindsey. 
SHEFFIELD, Earl of, Sussex— 

E. D. 
SHEFFIELD, Bt., Sir R.,Lincols 

—Pts. of Lindscv. 
SHEIL, J., Middlesex. 
SHEKELL, T. S., Gloucester, 

WORCESTIR. 

SHELDON, H. J., Warwick, Wor- 

SHELLARD, E. H., Chester. 
SHELLEY, B., Sir J., Devon. 
SHELLEY, Bt., Sir P. F.. Sussex 

— W. D. 
SHELTON, E. D., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Holland. 
SHENSTONE, F. S., Stafpobd, 

Sussex— E. D., Worcester. 
SHEPHARD, M., London. 
SHKPHARD. O., Glamorgan. 
SHEPHERD, A., Westmokkland. 
SHEPHERD, T., Glamorg.Tn. 
SHEPHERD, .T. W., Somer.set. 
SHEPLEY, W., Derby. 
SHEPPARD, G. W., Somerset. 
SHEPPARD, J. G., Suffolk— 

SHEPPEE, F. F., Durham. 
SHERARD, Lord, Hunts. 
SHERBORNE. Lord, Gloucester. 
SHERBROHKE, Viscount, Surrey 
SHEl!BROOKE, IL, Nottingham. 
SHERBROOKE, W., Nottingham. 
SHERIDAN, A. T. B., Dorset. 
SHERIDAN, H. B., Kent, 

Middlesex. 
SHERIDAN, R. B., Dorset. 
SHERRARD. J. C, Surrey. 
SHERSTON, J. D., Somerset. 
SHERWIN, W., Northumberland, 

Hants., Suffolk— E. D. 
SHIEM S, J., Duri am. 
SHIRLEY, E. P., Wakwick. 
SHIKLEY,L. v.. Monmouth. 
SHIRLEY, S. E., Warwick. 
SHOOHPJDGE, W. S., Hertford. 
SHORE, Hon. C. J., York— N. R. 
SHORE, H. O., Leicester. 
SHORE, R. N., Middlesex. 
SHORROCK, E., Lancaster. 
SHORT, E. H., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsev. 
SHORT,>. B., Devon. 
SHORT, Rev. H. M., Cumberland. 
SHORT, J. H., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsay. 
PHORTRTDGE, R., Durham. 
SHUCKBURGH, Bt., SirG.T.F., 

Warwick. 
SHUCKBURGH. n. H., Warwick. 
SHUTE. C. C, SufSFX— E. D. 
SHUTTLEWORTH, A., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Kesteven and f.indsey. 
SHUTTLEWORTH, C. U., Hants. 
SHUTTLEWORTH, F., Beds. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, ic. 



Ixix 



SHUTTLEWORTH, J., Berts. 
SHUTTLHWORTH, J., Lincoln 

— Pt^. of Kest. and Lindsey. 
SHUTTLEWORTH, .1. S. E., 

Dl'-RBY. 

SHUTTLEWORTH, Sir U. J. K., 

Lancaster. 
SIBTHORP, C. C, Lincoln— Pts. 

of Kestevcn. 
SIBTHORP, M. R. W., Lincoln— 

Ft^i. of Lindsey. 
SICKLEMORE,G.\V.,Kent,CinquD 

Ports. 
SIDE BOTTOM, A. K., Chester, 

Lancaster, York — W. R. 
SIDEBOTTOM, J., Chester. 
SIDEBOTTOil, T. H., Chester, 

Derl)v. 
SIDEBi )TTOM, W., Chester. 
SIDGWIC < , R. H., Yorlc— \Y. R. 
SIDMOUTH, Viscount, Disvon, 

Somerset. 
SIDNEY, !l., Northnmberland. 
SIDNEY, T., Lomluii, Middlesex. 
SILLAR, Z., Lancaster. 
8ILLIFAN1', A. O., Devon. 
SILVER, S. W., Loiidoii. 
SILVER I'HORNE, J. \Y., Sussex 

— W. D. 
SILVERTOP, H. C, Duiham, 

NoRTH' MBKBL.IND. 

SILVESTER, F., Lancaster. 
SIM, W. C, Devon. 
SIMCOE, .T. K., Devon. 
SIMEON, Bt., Sir J. S. B., Hants. 
SIMMONDS, J. W., Surrey. 
SIMMONS, J., Surrev. 
SIMONDS, 11. J., Oxford. 
SIMONDS, ^V. B., Hants. 
SIMPSON, A., Lancaster. 
SIMPSON, A. W., Y'ork— N. R. 
SIMPSON, C, Devon. 
SIMPSON, C, York— E. R. 
SIMPSON, Rev. F., York— E. R., 

York— N. R. 
SIMPSON, J., Herts. 
SIMPSON, .1., Stafford. 
SIMPSON, Rev. J., Westmoreland. 
SIMPSON, W., Middlesex. 
SIMPSON, Rev. W. B., Notting- 
ham. 
SINGH, DHULEEP, MAHARA- 
JAH— Suffolk— W. D. 
SISSON,Rev. .J. S., Westmoreland. 
SISSON, R. J., Flint. 

SITWELL, R. S. W., Derby. 

SITWBLL, W. H., HBEtFOBD, 
Salop. 

SKEI.TON, E. D., Lincoln— Pts. 
of HoU 11 i 

SKEY, G., Stafford, Warvrick. 

SKILBECK, R., York— W. R. 

SKILLICORNE, W. N., Glou- 
cester. 

SKINNER, A. M., Worcester. 

SKIPPER, C, Essex, London, 
Middlesex, Tower Hamlets. 

SKRIMSHIRE, E. A., Peter- 
boron e'h. 

SKRINE, H. D., Somerset. 

SKRINE, H. M., Somerset. 

SLADE, Bt., Sir A. F. A., Middle- 
sex, Somerset. 

SLADE, W., Somerset. 

SLADEN, J. R., R\DV0it. 

SLANEY, W. K., Salop. 

SLANEY, W. S. K., Salop. 

SLATER, Rev. H., Durham. 

SLEIGH, H., Stafford. 

SLEIGH, J. E., Derby. 

SLINGSBY, .1., York— W. R. 

SLOCOCK, C. S., Berks. 



SLOWMAN, B., London. 
SMALL, Rev. H. A., North- 
ampton. 
SMALLEY, Rev. C, Essex. 
SMALLWOOD, .!., Warwick. 
SMALLWOOD, R., Worcester. 
SMETHURST, a. C, Lancaster. 
SMETHURST, a. W., Lancaster. 
SMITH, A., Berks. 
SMITH, A., Beoon. 
SMITH, A., Herts. 
SMITH, A. A., Surrey. 
SMITH, B., Gloucester. 
SMITH, B. W., Middlesex. 
SMITH, C, Leicester. 
SMITH, C, Somerset. 
SMITH, Bt., Sir C. C, Essex. 
SMITH, C. E., Surrey. 
SMITH, C. R., V/ilts. 
SMITH, D., Lanca.ster. 
SMITH, D., London, Sussex. 
SMITH, D. R., York— E. R. 
SMITH, E., Cambs. 
SMITH, E. C, London. 
SMITH, E. F., Stafford, Worcester. 
SMITH, E. T., Durham. 
SMITH, E. W., York— E. R. 
SMITH, F. C, Nottingham 
SMITH, F. D. L., Stafford, 

Worcester. 
SMITH, F. N., Derby. 
SMITH, G., Fotheraill, Durham. 
SMITH, G. F., Lancaster. 
SMITH, G. G. T., Duiham. 
SMITH, G. J. Cornwall. 
SMITH, G. P., Hereford. 
SMITH, G. S. F., Sussex— E. D. 
SMITH, G. W. D. A., Caenaevon. 
SMITH, H., Clicstcr. 
SMITH, H., Durham. 
SMITH, H., Lincolu— Pts. of 

Holl. and Kesteven. 
SMITH, H., London. 
SMITH, H., Norfolk. 

SMITH, H., Stafford, Worcester. 

SMITH, H. C, London. 

SMITH, H. E., Derby, Leicester, 
l.incoln— Pts. of Lindsey. 

SMITH, H. S., Stafford. 

SMITH, J., Kssex, London. 

SMITH, J., Warwick, Wilts, Wor- 
cester. 

SMITH, J. A. D., Herts. 

SMITH, J. B., Lancaster. 

SMITH, J. H., London. 

SMITH, Rev. J. J., Norfolk. 

SMITH, J. L., Dm-ham. 

SMITH, J. T., Lancaster. 

SMITH, J. T., London. 

SMITH, Rev. J. W., Diu-ham, 
York— N. R. 

SMITH, J. W., Hereford. 

SMITH, J. W., Northampton. 

SMITH, L., London. 

SMtTH, M. P., Monmouth. 

SMITH, N. B., Hants. 

SMITH, O. L., London. 

SMITH, P., Bucks. 

SMITH, P.. York— AV. R. 

SMITH, P. S., London. 

SMITH, R., Brecknock, Car- 
marthen. 

SMITH, R., Derby. 

SMITH, R., Hehts. 

SMITH, R. B., Anglesey 

SMITH, S., E.<i:ex. 

SMITH, S., Hants. 

SMITH, S., Surrey. 

SMITH, S. G., Bucks. 

SMITH, T., Essex. 

SMITH, T. A. S. D., Cornwall. 

SMITH, T. C. WUts. 



SMITH, T. E., Northumberland. 
SMITH, T. G., Wilts. 
SMITH, W., Lancaster. 
SMITH, W.. 'Worcester. 
SMITH, Bt., Sir ^Y., Wokcestbu. 
SMITH, W. C, Essex. 
SMITH, W. U., Bucks, Herts 

Mii'DLESEX. 

SMITH, W. J., Derby. 
SMITH, AV. J., Dorset. 
SMI I'H. W. .1., .-Stafford. 
SMITH, W. T., York— W. R. 
SMITH-BARRY, A. H., Chester. 
SMITH-BOSANgUET, H. J. 

Hhbts. 
SMITH-MARRIOTT, Rev. H. P. 

Kent. 
SMITH-MASTERS, w. A., Kent. 
SMITHERS, E., Derby. 
SMITHSON, S., Dui-ham. 
SMYTH, C, Northampton. 
SMY'TH, E., Herts. 
SMYTH, H. L., C(.e=ter. 
SMY'TH, J. H., SuiTey. 
SMY'TH, Bt., Sir- J. H. G., 

Somerset. 
SMYTH, R. W., Sussex— E. D. 
SMYTH, Bt., Sir W. B. 
S.MYTH, Bt., Sir W. B., Essbx, 

Norfolk. 
SMYTH, W. G., Lincoln. 
SMYTH, AV. H., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsev. 
SMYTH, W. H.,York— N. R. 
SMYTH, W. S., Devon. 
SMtTHE, Bt., Sir C. F., Durham, 

Salop, Warwick. 
SMYTUIES, G., Hereford. 
SNAPE, W., Lancaster. 
SNELLING, T., London. 
SNEYD, D. H., Stafford. 
SNEYD, J. AV., Stafford. 
SNEYD, Rev. AV., Stafford. 
SNOWBALL, J., Northumberland. 
SOAAIES, Rev. C, Wilts. 
SO AMES, .1., Kent. 
SOAMES, S., Herts, Northampton. 
SOLLY, E. H., Chester. 

SOLLY, J., Stafford. 

SOLLY, N. N., Stafford. 

SOLLY, AV. H.. Herts. 

SOLTAD, G. AV., Devon. 

SOLTAU, J. T.. Devon. 

SOLTAU-SYMONS, G., Devon. 

SOMERS, B. E., Somerset. 

SOMBRS,Earl,HRRTi-oKD, Surrey. 

SOMERSE T, Duke of, Devon 
fLd.-Lt.). 

SOMERSET, A. P., Middlesex. 

SOMERSET, E. A., Monmouth. 

SOMERSET, Rt. Hon. Lord H., 
Hereford. 

SOMERSET, Lord H. A. G., Mon- 
mouth. 

SOMERSET, Lord H. R. C, Moy- 
mouth. 

SOMES, G., Surrey. 

SOMES. S. F., Middlesex. 

SOMMERV(LLE,A.A., Somerset. 

SOMMERA'ILLE, W., Gloucester. 

SONDES, Earl, Kent, Norfolk. 

SORBY, C, Derby. 

SOTHEBY, C. W. H., Essex, Mid- 
dlesex. 

SOULSBY, W. J., London. 

SOUTHBY, P., Oxford. 

SOWERBY. G.. Beds. 

SOWERBi'.J. P., Dmham,York — 
N. R. 

SOAVERBY, T. C. J., Durham, 
York-N. R. 

SPARKE, Rev. E., Suffolk— B. D. 



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THE COUN'rr COMPANION. 



SPARKE, E. B., Norfolk. 

SPARKS, W., Somerset. 

SPARTJXG, Rev. J., Lancaster. 

Sl'AUI.I.N'G, W., Salop. 

SPARHOW, A., Salop, StafEord. 

SPEARMAN, E. R., Middlesex. 

SPEARMAN, Bt., Sir J. L. E., 
Glamorgran. 

SPEDDING, H. A., Cumbeeland. 

SPEDDING, J. J., Oumberlaud. 

SPEIU, J. B., Devon. 

SPEKE, W., Somerset, Wilts. 

SPEKE, jun., W., Somerset. 

SPENCE, C. B., Surrey. 

SPENCE, Rev.H. D. M., Cardi- 
gan. 

SPENCE, P., Lancaster. 

SPENCER, Rev. C. F. O., Berks, 
Isle of Ely. 

SPENCER, Hon. C. R., Noeth- 

AMPTON. 

SPENCER, Rev. C. V., Oxford. 

SPENCER, Earl, Northampton, 
(Ld. Lf.). 

SPENCER, Hon. G. A., Oxford. 

SPENCER, H., Cimiberland, Dur- 
ham. 

SPENCER, J. M., Somerset. 

SPENCER, W. P., Worcester. 

SPENCER - STANHOPE, W., 
I'orA;— W.R. 

SPERLING, A., Cambs, Hunts. 

SPERLING, C. B., Essex. 

SPERLING, H. J., Essex. 

SPICER, .1., Essex, London. 

SPICER, J. E. P., Wilts. 

SPICER, J. W. G., SriJKEY, 
Wilts. 

SPICER, R. W., Middlesex. 

SPILLER, H., Brecknock. 

SPINKS, P. L., Kent. 

SPITTY, T. J., Essex. 

SPLATT, W. F., Devon. 

SPODE, J., Stafford, Anglesey. 

SPOONER, I., Stafford. 

SPOTTISWOODE, G. A., Devon. 

SPOTTISWOODE, W., Kent. 

SPRING, R., Surrey. 

SPURGTN, Rev. J., Norfolk. 

SQTTTER, S. W., Essex. 

SQUIRE, R. H., York— W. R. 

STACEY, F. E., Glamorgan. 

STACKHOUSE, Rev. J., Cumber- 
land. 

STACPOOLE, Rev. A. D., Essex. 

STAFFORD, Lord, Norfolk. 

STAFFURTH, W. A. E., Isle of 
Ely. 

STALL ARD, J., Worcester. 

STAMFORD & WARRINGTON, 
Earl of, Stafford, Worcester. 

STAMFORD, Mayor of, Peter- 
borough. 

STAMFORD, V. P. B., Dor.sct, 
Wilts. 

STANCOMB, J. P., Wilts. 

STANCOMB, W., Wilts. 

STAN(H)MB, jun., W., Wilts. 

STANDISH,C.H.L.W.,j:aHo«.<!<«-. 

STANDISH, R. E. W. P., Berks, 

(JUMBERLAND. 

STANE, J. B., Essex. 

STANFORD, E., Sussex— W. D. 

STANFORD, V. F. B., Wilts. 

STANHOPE, Rev. B. L. S., Here- 
ford. 

STANHOPE, Hon. E., Lincoln— 
Pts.of Lindsey. 

STANHOPE, E ' F. S., Hereford. 

STANHOPE, Eai-1, Kent. 

STANHOPE, Bt., Sir H. E. C. S., 
Hereford. 



STANHOPE, J. B., Liitcoln— 

Pts. of Lindsey. 

STANHOPE, Rev. P. J. S., Here- 
ford. 

STANIER, F., Salop, StafEord. 

STANIER, T., Statlord. 

STANILAND, M., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Lindsey. 

STANLEY, Hon. C. J. P., Lancas- 
ter, York— N. R. 

STANLEY, E. J., Lancaster. 

STANLEY, E. J., Somerset. 

STANLEY, Hon. F. A., Lancaster. 

STANLEY, F. A., Westmoreland. 

STANLEY, Rev. G. S., Leicester, 

STANLEY, H. S., Hants. 

STANLEY, J. T., Somerset. 

STANLEY, S., Cambs. 

STANLEY, W., Cumberland. 

STANLEY, W. H. S., Hants. 

STANLEY, Hon. W. O., Anglesey, 
ri-d.-Lt.). 

STANLEY, of Alderley. Lord, 
Anglesey. 

STANSPELD, G., York— W. R. 

STANSFBLD,H.W.,York— W. R. 

STANSFELD, J. M., York— W.R. 

STANSPELD. R.. York— W. R. 

STANSFELD, T.W., York— W. R. 

STANSPELD, W. H. C, York— 
W. R. 

STANSFIELD, W. H. C, York— 
N. R. 

STANTON, A. J., Gloucester. 

STANTON, C. H., Gloucester, 

STANTON, H., Lancaster. 

STANTON, J. T., Gloucester. 

STANTON, Rev, W. H., Glouces- 

ST ANTON, W. J., Gloucester. 
STAPLES, J. London. 
STAPLES, T. H., London 
STAPLETON, Bart., Sir F. G., 

Oxford. 
STAPLETON, Hon. M., York— 

W. R. 
STAPLETON. R., London. 
STAPYLTON, H., Durham. 
STAPYLTON, H. B. C, Herts, 

Middlesex. 
STAPYLTON, H. M.,York— N. R. 
STARKEY, L. R., York— W. R. 
STARKEY, S. C, Chester. 
STARKIE, .1. P. C, Lancaster. 
STARKIE, Le G. N., Lancaster, 

Y'ork— W. R. 
STAUNTON, J. Warwick. 
STEAD, A., Surrey. 
STEAD, C, York— W. R. 
STEBLE, R. P., Lancaster. 
STEDALL, R., Middlesex. 
STEELE, H., Devon. 
STEELE, Rev. T. J., Sufiolk— 

E. D. 
STEELE, Sii-T. M., Northampton. 
STEERE, L., StTEKET, Sussex— 

E. D. 
STEERS, S. J., Lancaster. 
STEPHEN, J., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsey. 
STEPHEN, .1. G., Leicester. 
STEPHEN, J. Y., Leicester. 
STEPHEN, O. L., Leicester, 
STEPHENS, 0., Berks. 
STKPHRNS, C. J., Essex. 
STEPHENS, E., Cornwall. 
STKPHENS, F., Hunts, Hants. 
STEPHENS, J. W., Cardigan. 
STEPHENS, R., Leicester, Hants. 
STEPHENSON, C, Cumberland. 
STEPHENSON, C, York— W. R. 
STEPHENSON, J. G., Gloucester. 



STEPNEY, Bt., Sir E. A. A. K. C, 

Carmarthen. 
STERN, S. J., Lancaster. 
STEVENS, J. C. M., Devon. 
STEVEFS, R. A., Devon. 
STEVENS, Rev. T., Berks, 

Oxford. 
STEVENSON, C. B., Hereford. 
STEVENSON, G. R., Kent. 
STEVENSON, J. C, Durham. 
STEVENSON, J. N., Devon. 
STEVENSON, W. G., Brecknock. 
STEVENSON, W. G., Hants. 
STEWARD, A. B., Cumberland. 
STEWARD, Rev.C. H., Gloucester. 
STEWARD, Rev. F., Suffolk— 

STEWARD, F. \s\, London. 

STEWARD, J. W., Monmouth. 

STEWARD, R. O. P., Dorset. 

STEWART, A. J. R., Middlesex. 

STEWART, D. S., Warvpick. 

STEWART, J. A. S., Middlesex. 

STEWARD, Bt., Sir M. R. Shaw. 
Wilts. 

STEWART-SAVILE, Rev, F. A. 
Devon. 

STILEMAN, R. C, Sussex— E. D. 

STILL, J. C, Dor.set. 

STILL, J. T., Devon. 

STILL, N. T., Somerset, 

STILWELL, J. G., Middlesex. 

STIRLING, .1., Cumberland. 

STIRLING, Bt., Sir W. G., Kent, 
Middlesex. 

STIRLING, W. G., Kent. 

STIRLING, AV. G., Northampton. 

STITT, S., Chester. 

STOBART, W., Herts. 

STOBART, W., Durham, York— 
N. R. 

STOBART, W. C. Durham, York, 
W. R. 

STOCK, T. S., Worcester. 

STOCKDALE, H. M., North- 
ampton. 

STOCKS, M., Norfolk. 

STOKES, J., Pembroke. 

STOKES, J, L., Pembroke, Haver- 
fordwest. 

STOKES, J. O., Pembroke. 

STOKES, S., Stafford. 

STOKES, Rev. W. H., Norfolk. 

STONE, D. H.. London, Surrey. 

STONE, E. G., Essex, Worcester. 

STONE, Rev. H., Cambs. 

STONE, H. P., London, Sussex— 

STONE, J. B., Warwick. 
STONE, W. II., Hants, Suebbt. 
STONEHEAVER, jun., W, S., 

Sussex— W. D. 
STONOR, C. J., Lancaster. 
STONOR, H. J., Surrey. 
STOPPORD, E.. Northampton. 
STOPFORD, H. E., Northampton. 
STOPFORD, J. S., Essex. 
STOPFORD, R. P., SuiTey. 
STORER, A. M., Berks. 
STORER, E., Nottingham. 
STORER, G., Nottingham. 
STOREY, T., Lancaster. 
STORY, H. v., Nottingham. 
STOUGHTON, T. A., Gloucesteb. 
STOURTON, Hon. A. J., York— 

W. R. 
STOURTON, H., York— E. R. 
STRACEY, E. H. G., Norfolk, 
STRACEY, G. H., Norfolk. 
STRACEY, Bt., SirH. J., Norfolk. 
STRACHAN, .1. G., Gloucester. 
STRACHAN, J. M.. Surrey. 



LIST OF LOBDS LIEUTEIf AI^T, MAGISTRATES, (fee. 



Izxi 



STRACHET, Bt., Sir E., Somer- 
set. 

STRACHEY. E., Somerset. 

STRACHEY, R. C, Somerset. 

STRACHEY, W., Somerset. 

STRADBROKE, Earl of, Suffolk, 
(Ld.-Lt.). 

STRAFFORD, Earl 'of , Middle- 
sex. 

STRAKER, J., DuEHAM, Nobth- 

UMBEELAND. 

STRANGWAYES, J. S., York— 

N. R. 
STRANGWAYS,E.S.,rori— N. R. 
STRANGWAYS, H. B., Somer- 

STRANGWAYS, H. B. T., Somer- 

STRATFORD E. J. W., Kent. 
STRATTON, G., Leicester, Nortli- 

ampton. 
STRATTON, J. L., Bucks, North- 
ampton. 
STRAUBENZEB, H. V., Yoek— 

N. R. 
STREATPEILD, A. C. C, Kent. 
STREATFKILD, H. D., Kent. 
STREATFEILD, R. J., Sussex— 
STREATFIELD, R. J., York— 

W. R. 
STRICK, G. B., Carmartlien, 

Glamorgan. 
STRICKLAND, A. de L., Devon. 
STRICKLAND, Bt., Sir C. W., 

YoBK— E. R., York— N. R. 
STRICKLAND, W.C, Westmore- 
land. 
STRINGER, M., Surrey. 
STRODE, E. C. C, Someeset. 
STRONG, C. I., Hunts., Peter- 
borough. 
STRONG, G., Herefokd. 
STRONG, R., Surrey. 
STRUTT, Hon. C. H., Essex. 
STRUTT, Hon. F., Derby, Leices- 
ter, Nottingham. 
STRUTT, G. H. (Belper), Derby. 
STRUTT, G. H. (Duffield),DEBBr. 
STRUVE, W. P., Glamorgan. 
STUART, C. .Hants. 
STUART, C. P., Beds., Bucks. 
STUART, Hon. H. C. M., York— 

W. R. 
STUART, J. F. D. C, Glamor- 
gan. 
STUART, W., Beds., Herts., 

Hunts. 
STUART,"W.E.,Salop,MESiosETH. 
STUBS, P., Chester. 
STUBS, P., Lancaster. 
STUCKEY, v., Somerset. 
STUCLEY, Bt., Sii- G., Comwall, 

Devon. 
STUCLEY, W. L. S., Devon. 
STUDD, E. F., Devon. 
STUDDY. H., Devon. 
STURROCK, A.. York— W. R. 
STURT, C. N., Dorset. 
STURTON, Rev. .T., Wilts. 
STUTFIELD, W., Middlesex, 

TowEB Hamlets. 
STYLE, W. H. M., Monmouth. 
SUART, W. S., Esses. 
SUDELEY, Lord, Gloucester, 

MONTGOMEKT. 

SUPFIELD, Lord, Norfolk. 

SUFFOLK, Earl of, Wilts. 

SULLIVAN, Bt., Sir E., Lan- 
caster. 

SULLIVAN, Sir F. W., Beds., 
Herts. 

SUMNER, A. H., Surrey. 



SUMNER, F., Derby. 
SUNDERLAND, J. W., Lancas- 

SUn'dERLAND. T. J., Beds. 

SURMAN, J., GLorcESTEE. 

SURTEES, C. F., Durham. 

SURTEES, H. E., Durham, Herts. 

SURTEES, W. E., Dueh.vm, 
Northumberland. 

SURTEES, W. E., Somerset. 

SUTCLIFFE, J. C, Lancaster, 
York— W. R. 

SUTCLIFFE, J. S., Lancaster. 

SUTCLIFFE, Rev. T., Lancaster, 
York— W. R. 

SUTHERLAND, F., Hereford. 

SUTHERLAND, T., London. 

SUTHERLAND-WALKER, E. C, 
York— W. R. 

SUTTON, Rev. A., Norfolk. 

SUTTON, E., Derby. 

SUTTON, Hon. E. H. M., Middle- 
sex. 

SUTTON, J. M., Pembroke. 

SUTTON, J. H. M., NoTTiNGH.iM. 

SUTTON, J. S., Durham, York— 
N. R. 

SUTTON, Rev. R., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Lindsey. 

SUTTON, R. N.. Lincoln- Pts. of 
Lindsey. 

SWABEY, M. C. M., Bucks. 

SWAFFIELD., C. J. O., Dorset. 

SWAIN, W. D. P., York— W, R. 

SWALE, Rev. H. J., Lancaster, 
York- W. R. 

SWALLOW, J. P., Derby. 

SWAN, J. G., York— N.'R. 

SWANN, R., York— W. R. 

SWANWICK, P., Derby. 

SWAYNE, H. .T. P., Wilts. 

SWETKNHA:M, C, Chester. 

SWETENHAM, E., Denbigh. 

SWETENHAM, J., Chester. 

SWIFT, J., Sussex— E. D. 

SWINBURN, J. P., Worcester. 

SWINBURNE, Bt., Sir J., North- 
umberland. 

SWINBURNE, T. W., Gloucester. 

SWINDELL, C. E., Stafford, Wor- 

SWINDELL, J. E., Stapfoed, 
Worcester. 

SWINFEN-BROUN, C. W., Staf 
ford. 

SWINPORD, P. T., Cinque Ports. 

SWINGLEHURST, H., West- 
moreland. 

SWIRE, S., Lancaster, York— 
N. R., York— W. R. 

SYDNEY, Earl, KENT.fifJ.-if.;. 

SYKES, C, Dorset. 

SYKES, C, York- E. R. 

SYKES, E. H., Chester, Lancas- 
ter. 

SYKES, Bt., Sir F. H., Hants. 

SYKES, Bt., Sir T., Yoi-k--i:. S. 

SYKES, T. H., Chester. 

SYKES, W., York- W. R. 

SYMONDS, C. P., Lancaster. 

SYMONDS, Rev. G. E., Essex. 

SYMONDS, Rev. W. S., Wor- 
cester. 



TABLEY, Lord de, Chesteb. 
TABOR, C. A.. Essex. 
TABOR, J., Essex. 
TABOR, J. E., Essex. 
TACON, Rev. R. J., Norfolk. 



TAG ART, P., Gloucester. 

TAGART F., London. 

TAILBY, W. W., Leicebtbb, 

Northampton. 
TAIT, J. C, Essex. 
TAIT, Rev. T. H., Wilts. 
TALBOT, Rev. A. C, Stafford. 
TALBOT, C. R. M., Glamorgan, 

(Ld.-Lt.). 
TALBOT, G. C, Gloucester. 
TALBOT, G. P., Kent. 
TALBOT, Rev. G. G. C, Glon- 

TALBOT, J. G., Kent, Middlesex, 

Sussex— E. D. 
TALBOT, J. R. P. G., Devon, 

Dorset. 
TALBOT, H., Stafford. 
TALBOT, Rev. W. W. C, Wor- 

TALBOT DE MALAHIDE, Lord, 

Somerset. 
TALMADGE, A. H., Durham. 
TANGYE, R., Warwick. 
TANKERVILLE, Earl, Nobtb- 

UMBERLAND. 

TANNER, Rev. J. V., Devon. 

TANQUERAY, J. S., MidtUesex. 

TARTT, W. M., Gloucester. 

TARVER, Rev. J., Bucks. 

TATE, C. G., York— N. R. 

TATE, Rev. W., Suffolk— B. D. 

TATHAM, T. D. P., Essex. 

TATTON, T. E., Chester, Denbigh. 

TATTON, T. W., Chkstee, Lan- 
caster. 

TAVISTOCK, Marquis of, Beds. 

TAWKE, A., Essex. 

TAWNEY, A. R., Oxford. 

TAYLER. W., Surrey. 

TAYLEUR, J., Salop, Stafford. 

TAYLOR, A. London. 

TAYLOR, A. J., Worcester. 

TAYLOR, C. A., Norfolk. 

TAYLOR, C. S., Lincoln— Pts. ol" 
Holland. 

TAYLOR, E. Watson-, Oxford. 

TAYLOR, E. C, York— E. K., 
York— N. R. 

TAYLOR, Rev. P., Cumberland. 

TAYLOR, P., Norfolk. 

TAYLOR, P. H., York— W. R. 

TAYLOR, G. S. A. W., Wdts. 

TAYLOR, H., Middlesex. 

TAYLOR, H., Northumbei-land. 

TAYLOR, H. E., Cardigan. 

TAYLOR, H. L., Middlesex, Zon- 
don. 

TAYLOR, J., Gloucester. 

TAYLOR, Rev. J., Lancaster. 

TAYLOR, J. (Blackley), Lan- 
caster. 

TAYLOR, J. (Manchester), Laji- 
caster. 

TAYLOR, J. (Oldham), Lancaster. 

TAYLOR, J. (Wigan), Lancaste 

TAYLOR, J., Surrey. 

TAYLOR, J. A., Worcester. 

TAYLOR, J. B., Nottingham. 

TAYLOR, J. T., York— W. R. 

TAYLOR, R., Lancaster. 

TAYT,OR, R., Devon. 

TAYLOR, R. J., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Lindsey. 

TAYLOR,R. M., Merioneth. 

TAYLOR, Rev. R. M., York— E. R. 

TAYLOR, S., Lancasxeb, West- 
moreland. 

TAYLOR, S. W., Wilts. 

TAYLOR, T., Lancaster, Oxford 

TAYLOR, T., York— W. R. 

TAY'LOR, T. E., Yobk— W. R. 



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THE COUNTr COMPANION. 



TAYLOR, T. S., Lkicesteb. 
TAYLOR, V. W., Essex. 
TAYLOR, \V. E., Lancaster. 
TAYLOR. W. P., Derby, Hereford, 

Worcester. 
TAYLOR-WHITEHEAD, S., 

Derby. 
TEALE, J., York— W. R. 
TEESDALK, CO., Sussex— "VT. D. 
TRESDALE, F. S., Gloucester. 
TE[GN \U )UTn,Lord,YoiiK— N.R. 
•TELFORD, Lt.-Col., York— E. R. 
TEMPEST, A., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Keslcv n. 
TBMPEST,Bt.,Sir 0. K., Lancaster. 
TEMPEST, Lord H. J. "V., Merio- 
neth. 
TEMPEST, W. F., York— "W. R. 
•TEMPLK, Bt... Sir R., Worcester. 
TEMPLE-HARRIS, Hou. R. T., 

Xent. 
TBMPLER, J. G., Devon. 
TENNANT, C. C, Glamorfran. 
TENNANT, J. R., Yokk— W. R. 
TENNANT, R., York— W. R. 
TKNNER. K. !•'., Devon. 
TERRY, C. .1., Suffolk— E. D. 
TERRY, T. H. C, Surrey. 
TEW, P., York— W. R. 
TEW, T. W., York— W. R. 
TEWART, E., Middlesex. 
THACKERAY, J. L., Nottingham. 
THACKWELL, J.CGlolcestee, 

Worcester. 
■THARP, W. M., Cambs., Suffolk 

— W. D. 
THEED, F., Flint. 
THELLUSSON, A. J. B., Suffolk 

— E. D. 
THELLUSSON, C. S. A., Tori:— 
W. E. 

THEOBALD, Rev. C, Esses. 

THEOBALD, T., Berks. 

THEWLIS, S., Lancaster. 
THOMAS, Rev. A., Radnor. 

THOMAS, A., Chester. 

THOMAS, A., Gloucester. 

THOMAS, C, Gloucester. , 

THOMAS, D., Cardigan, Cannar- 
then. 

THO.MAS, D. A., Glamorgan. 

THOMAS, E., Monmouth. 

THOMAS, E. D., Hereford Beeck- 
ifOCK, Radnor. 

THOMAS, jun., E. D., Brecknock, 
Radnor. 

THOMAS, E. D., Hereford. 

THOMAS, G. W. G., Glamorgan. 

THOMAS, H. ,T., Oxford. 

THOMAS, I., Glamorgan. 

THOMAS, J., Cardigan. 

THOJIAS, J., Haverfordwest. 

THOMAS, Rev. J.. Ha\crfordwest. 

THOMAS. J. B. D., Glamorgan. 

THOMAS, L. H., Carnarvon. 

THOMAS, Le M., Berks. 

THOMA>, R., Glamorgan. 

THOMAS, R. G., Carmarthen. 

THOMAS, R. W., Carnai-\'on. 

THOMAS. T. R., Pembroke. 

THOMAS, W., Glamorgan. 

THOMAS, W., Montgomery. 

THOMAS. W. H., Anglesey. 

THOMAS, W. J., Brecknock, 

R\T)NOR. 

THOMAS, Rev. W. J., Hereford, 

Brecknock, Radnor. 
THOMPSON, A., Carmarthen. 
THOMPSON, A., Cumberland. 
THOMPSON, C, Glamorgan. 
THOMPSON, C. H., York— \V. R. 
THOMPSON E., PUnt. 



THOMPSON, G. H., York—E. M., 

York— W. R. 
THOMPSON, H. Y., Lancaster. 
T!Io.MPSo.\ J., Chester. 
THOMPSON', J., Cumberland. 
THOMPSON, L., Hunts, Peter- 

boroutrh. • 
THOMPSON, R., Cumberland, 

Westmoreland. 
THOMPSON, R. S., Cumberland. 
THOMPSON, S., Bucks. 
THOMPSi »N, S. H., LANCASTER. 
TIh)MI'SON, T. C, Cumberland. 
THOMl'SON, T. C, Durham. 
THOMPSON, T. P. E,, Lancaster. 
THOMPSON, W., Cumberland, 

Westmoreland. 
THOMPSON, Rev. W. H., Salop. 
THOMPSON, W. J., Kent. 
THOMSON, A. T., Lancaster. 
THOMSON, E., Lanca-ter. 
THOMSON, J., Lancaster. 
THOMSON, J., Oxford. 
THOMSON, R. E., Kent. 
THOMSON, R. T.. Kent. 
THOMSON, W., Esses. 
THOMSON, Rev. W. S., Esses. 
THORALD, C, Nottingham. 
THORESBY, Rev. T., Ratinor. 
THORN, .1., Lancaster. 
THORNMLY', P., Chester. 
THORNKIA', T., Chester. 
THi )RN K YC ROFT, C. E , Chester. 
TIIORNEYCROFT, T., Salop, 

Stafiohd. 
THORNHILL, A. J., Hunts. 
TiroHNHILL, A. T., Berks. 
THORNHILL, C. E,. Oxford. 
THORNHILL, M. B. Dorset. 
THORNHILL, T., Norfolk. 
THORN H[LL,T., Suffolk— W.D. 
THORNHILL, W. C. Clarke, 

Northampton. 
THORNTON, H., Bods, Bucks. 
THORNTON, R., Dorset. 
THORNTON, R., London. 

THORNTON, T. W., Northamp- 
ton. 
THORNTON, W. H., Cinque Ports. 

THORNYCROFT, C. B., Flint. 
THORNYCROFT,Rev..T., Chester. 

THOROLD, A. W. T. G., Lincoln 
— Pts. of Lindsey. 

THOROLD, C, Lincoln— Pts. of 
Kesteven. 

THOROLD, Bt., Sir J. H., Lin- 
coln — Pts. of Kesteven. 

THOROLD, Rev. W., Devon. 

THORPE, .7., Nottmgham. 

THOY'TS, W. M. R., Berks. 

T i ' RING, Sir H., Surrey. 

THRTNG, T., So-ersft. 

THROCKMORTON, Sir N. W., 
Berks, Warwick, Worcester. 

THRUSTON, C. A., Merioneth. 

THRUSTON, C. P., Merioneth, 
Montgomerv. 

THRUSTON,' C. N., Merioneth. 

THURLOW, Lord J. T. B., Suffolk. 

THURSnY% A. H., Wai-wick. 

THURSBV, J. H., Lancaster. 

THURSBY, J. L., Carnarvon. 

THURSBY, P., Gloucester. 

THURSBY, Rev. W., Lancaster. 

THWAITES, D., Lancaster. 

THWAITES, D., Leicester. 

THWAITES, J., Lancaster. 

THYNNE. Rev. A. C, Cornwall. 

THYNNR, P. .1., Bfds. 

THYNNE, Lord H., Somerset, 
Wilts. 

THYNNE, Lord J., Somerset. 



THY'NNE, J. C, Btdt. 

TIBBITS, J. B.. Nohtiia jfpTos. 

TIDMAS, W., Nottingham. 

TtLLARD, P. E., Hunts. 

TILLKY, Sir J., Middlesex. 

TINDAL, Kev. H.. Essex. 
TINLEY, G. A., Somerset. 
TINNE, J. A., Lancaster. 
TIPPING, W., Kent, Lancaster, 

York— W. R. 
TIPl-INGK, .A.,B:cks. 
TIPPING!:, E. .!., Chester. 

TIPPI.VGK, Rev. F. G., Denbigh. 

TIRKMAN, G. W., York. 
TITLE Y, Rev. R., Leiccstor. 

TOBIN, J. A., Lancaster. 

TODHUNIER, J,, Esses. 

TODD, C. J., London. 

TODD, J., York—E. R. 

TOKE, J. L., Kent. 

TOKER, P. C, London. 

TOLER, .T. M., Chester. 

TOLLEMACHE, II. J., Chester. 

TOLLEMACHE,Rev. R.W. L.T., 
Lincoln — Pts. of K'^stcvon. 

TOLLEMACHE, Hon. S. A.. 
Suffolk-E. D. 

TOLLEMACHE, Hon. W. P., 
Chestar. 

TOLLEMACHE, W. S., Chester. 

TOLLEMACHE of Helmingham, 
Lord.CniisTEK 

TOLLER, W., Devon. 

TOMBLESON, T., Lincoln— Pts. 
of Lindsev. 

TOMBS. Rev. J., Pembroke. 

TOMKINsON, J., Cliester. 

TOMLINE, G., Lincoln- Pts. of 
Lindsev. 

TOMLINE, G., Suffolk- E. D. 

ToMldN-ON, R., Lancaster. 

TOMPSON, E. C. S., Bucks. 

TOMS, Bev. H. W., Devon. 

TOMS, H., Devon. 

TONGE. C, Devon. 

TONKIN, Rev., J., Cornwall. 

TOOGOOD, O., Berks. 

TOOKE, C. C, Sussex— W. D. 

TOOKE. \V. A.. Middlfses. 

TOOMER, G. E., Kent. 

TOPHAM, Sir W., Surrey. 

TOPP, A., Lancaster. 

TORRENS, Sir B. R., Devon. 

TORRINGTON, Viscount, Kent. 

TOTHILL. F., Gloucester. 

TOTTENHAiI,C. R.W., Denbigh. 

TOULMIN, H., Beds. 

TOULMIN, H. J., Herteokd. 

TOUBNAY,W. T., Kent. 

TOWER, C, Beds, Bucks. 

TO^VER, jun., C, Middlesex. 

TOWER, C. .1. H., Essex. 

TOWER, P., Essex, Hertford. 

TOWER, Rev. R. B., Esses. 

TOWN. A., Durham. 

TOWNLEY, C. W., Norfolk, 
Cambs. and Isle of Ely (Ld.-Lt.). 

TOWNSEND, Rev. C. G. G., Essex. 

TOWNSEND, E., York— W. R. 

TOAVNSEND, P., War\vick, Wor- 
cester. 

TOWNSEND, R., Lancaster. 

TOWNSEND, Rev. W. L., Glouces- 
ter. 

TO\VNSHFND, E., Chester. 

'J'OWNSHKND, H. D., Denbigh. 

T(.)WNSHKND, Jilflrquess, Herts, 
Midillcsex, Norfolk. 

TOYNTON E. W., Chester. 

TRACY, Hun. H. H., Mokt- 

GOMERT. 

TRAFALGAR, Viscount, Wilts. 



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TRAFFORD, K. P., Norfolk. 

TRAPFORD, E. W., Norfolk. 

TRAFFORD, H. R.. Hereford. 

TRAFFORD, W., Worncstor. 

TRAFFORD, W. H., Norfolk. 

TRAGETT, Rev. T. H., Hants. 

TRAHERNK, A. P., Glamorgan. 

TRAHERNE, J. P., Glamobg.ix. 

TRAPPES, C. J. B., Lancaster, 
Fori— AV. R. 

TRAPPES, T. B., Lancaster, 
Tork—yV. R. 

TRAVERS, Rev. J. B., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Lindsey. 

TRAVERS. R. O., Es.«ex. 

TREDGROFT, C. L., SiuTey. 

TREDCROFT, E., Su.wx—W. D. 

TREDEGAR, Lord, Monmouth, 
Brkcknock, Glamorgan. 

TRBEBY. J. W.. M'DDLFsnx. 

TREFFRY. C. y. 0.>iT.w.ill. 

TREGJINNA, J. II., Pembroke. 

TREGO, W. n. b., London. 

TREGONNING, J., Carmarthen. 

TREGONWELL, .!., Dm-sft. 

TREHERNE, G. M., Glamorgan. 

TRELAWNY, H. D., Cbester. 

TRELAWNY, H. R. S.,Corxwall, 
Devon. 

TRELAWNY Bt., Sir J. S., Corn- 
wall. 

TRELAWNY, W. L. S., Cokn- 

WALL. 

TREMAYNE, A., Cornwall. 
TREMAYNE, H. H., Devon. 
TREMAYNE, J., Coenwall. 

Devon. 
TREMENnEERE, G. B., Middle- 

TREMENHEERE, H. S., Corn- 
wall. 
TRENCH. P. C. C. Hants. 
TREVELYAN, Sir C, IMiddlesex. 
TREVELY'AN, Bt., Sir E. C, 

NOBTnUMBERLAND. 

TREVELYAN, G. 0.,Northumler- 
la«d. 

TREVELYAN, IT. W., Somerset. 

TREVELYAN.T. R., Northumber- 
land. 

TREVELY'AN, Rev. W. P., North- 
ampton. 

TREVILTAN, E. B. C, Somerset. 

TREVOR, Lord, Nottikgham, 
Salop, Denbigh. 

TREVOR, E. S. R.,MoNTGOMEKT. 

TRIBE, W. F., Sussex— W. D. 

TRIMBLE, R., Lancaster. 

TRIMMER. F. E., Middlesex. 

TRIST, .1. F., Cornwall. 

TRITTON, E. W.. Oxford. 

TRITTON, H. .1., London, Surrey. 

TRIITON, .1. H., London. 

TROLLOPE, A., Peterborough. 

TROLLOPE, Hon. R. C, Peter- 
borough. 

TROTTER, Rev. E., Northum- 
berland. 

TROTTER, F., Herts, Middlesex. 

TROTTER, H. J., Ddrham. 

TROTTER, I., Glouc3ster. 

TROTTER, J., Durhim. 

TROTTER, W., Surrey. 

TROYTE, C. A. W.. D von. 

TROYTE-BULLOCK.G., Dobset. 

TRUMPER, F. R., Brecknock, 
Radnor. 

TRUMPER, T., Monmouth, Rad- 
nor. 

TRURO, Lord. K-^nt, Sl^ddhs-x. 

TRUSCOl'T, Sr F. W.. Cornwall, 
LONDOK, Middlesex, Surrey. 



TRUSCOTT, G. W., London. 
TRUSCOTT, J. F., London. 
TRYE, Rev. C. B., Gl' ucester. 
TRYE, U. W.. Warwick. 
TRYON, T., Northampton. 
TUBBS, R., MiDDLEsas. 
TUCK, C. E., Norfolk. 
TUCKER, C, Devon. 
TUCKER, .1. J., CoK.N-w\LL. 
TUCKER. Rpv. W. H., Essex. 
TUDOR, G. S., Staffokd. 
TUDWAY. C. C, Somerset. 
TUFNELL, A. J., Essex. 
TUPNELL, J. J., Essex. 
TUFNELL, T. R., Middlesex. 
TUFNELL, W. M., Essex. 
TUPNELL, W. N., Essex. 
TUPNELL-TYRRELL, J. L., 

Essex. 
TULL, A. R., Berks. 
TUNNAKD, C. T., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Holland. 
TUNSTK.L, R.. Lancaster. 
TUNSTILL, W., Lancaster. 
TURBERVILLE, T. p., Gla- 

MOROAN. 

TURBUTT, W. G., Derby. 

TURNBULL, T., York— N. R. 

TURNER, C, Hunts. 

TURNER, C. H., Devon. 

TURNER. C. H., Tower Hamlets. 

TURN'ER, Rev. C. M., Essex. 

TURNER, B. R., Y'ork— N. R. 

TURNER, Rev. G. F., Suffolk— 
W. D. 

TURNER, H., Dcrbv. 

TURNER, H. M., Wurcester. 

TURNER, Sir LI., Carnarvon. 

TURNER, M., Leicester, Somer- 
set. 

TURNER, R. L., Hants. 

TURNER, T., Devon. 

TURNER, T., MionLBSEX. 

TURNER, T., York— W. R. 

TURNER, W., Chester. 

TURNER, W., TowEE Hamlets. 

TURNER, W. B., Cumberland. 

TURNER-TURNER, J. E. U. P., 
Hants. 

TURNEY, G. L., Smrey. 

TURNOR, C, Lincoln— Pts. of 
Kesteven. 

TURNOR, E.. Lincoln— Pts. of 
Kesteven and Lindsev. 

TURNOUR, Rev. A. A., Stafford. 

TURNOUR, A. E., Denbigh. 

TURTON, E. H., Yoek— N. R. 

TURVILLE, Sir F. F., Leicester, 
Northampton. 

TWEEDALE, .!., Lancaster. 

TWEEDALE, R. L., Lancaster. 

TWEMl.OW, F. R., Salop, 
Stafford. 

TWEMLOW, T. F., Chester, Staf- 
ford. 

TAVENTYMAN, A. C, Siaffoed. 

TWENTYMAN, W. H., London. 
Middlesex. 

TWIO(;, .1., York— W. R. 

TWINING, R. Middlesex. 

TWOPENY, E., Kent. 

TWYFORD, E. P., L^ncaster. 

TWYNE. Rev. W., Essex. 

TYACKE, N., Sussex— W. D. 

TYLDEN-PATTENSON, W. B. 

Kent. 
TYLDEN-PATTENSON, W. H., 

Kent. 
TYLECOTE, Rev. T., Beds. 
TYLER, G., Cardigan, Carmar- 
then. 
TYLER, Sir J., Middlesex. 



T^XER, Rev. R. T., Glamorgan. 
TYLOR, E. B., Somerset. 
TYNDALE, J. W. W., Somerset. 
TYNTE, C. J. K., Monmouth, 

Somerset. 
TYNTE, C. K. K., Monmocth 

Somerset, Glamorgan. 
TYNTE, H. M. K., Monmouth. 
TYRELL, C, Suffolk— E. D. 
TYRWHITT, Bt., Sir H., Norfolk. 
TYRWHITT, Bt., Sir H. T., 

Salop. 



UMFREVILLE, S. C, Kent. 

UNDERHILL, T., Stafford. 

UNDERHILL, W. L., Stafford. 

UNETT, G.. Warwick. 

UNETT. H., York- E. R. 

UNEACKE, H. T., Devon. 

UNSWORTH, J., Cornwall. 

UNSWORTH, J., Westmoreland. 

UNTHANK, C. W.. Norfolk. 

UNWIN. E. W.. Hants. 

UPCHER, Rev. H. B., Leicester. 

UPCHER, H. R.. Norfolk. 

UPCHER, H. R., Norfolk. 

UPPLEBY, G. C, Lincoln— Ptft. 
of Lind. 

UPTON, Hon. A., Westmore- 
land. 

UPTON, H., Sussex— W. D. 

USBORNE, T., Essex. 



VACHELL, AV., Glamorgan. 
VAHL, A. D., Totcfr Huvdets. 
VAIZEY, J. R., Essex. 
VALE, M. E., WpiCF.sTER. 
VALENTIA. Visor unt, Oxford. 
VALLACK, C, Cornwall. 
VALPY, R,, Hertford. 
VALPY, R. H., Berks. 
VANDELEUR, G., Derby. 
VANDER-MEULEN, Rev. F., 

Essex. Hertford. 
VANDERSTEGEN, H. B. D., Ox- 
ford. 
VANDERSTEGEN, W. H., Ox- 
ford. 
VAN DE WEYER, V. W. H. B., 

Berks. 
VANE, ET. M., Durham. 
VANE, Bt., Sir H. R., Cumbeb- 

land, Westmoreland. 
VANE-TEMPEST, Lord, Mont- 
gomery. 
VANNhcK, Hon. C. J., Suffolk. 
VANSITTART, G. U., Berks, 

Bucks. 
VAX STRAUBENZEE, H., Tort 

—W.R. 
VAUDRKY, W. C, Chester. 
VAUGHAN, E. M., Stafford, 

Cardigan, 
VAUGHAN, H., Cardigan. 
VAUGHAN, Rev. H., Radnor. 
VAUGHAN, II. F., Cardigan. 
VAUGHAN,.'. Brecknock. 
VAUGHAN, J., Merioneth. 
VAUGHAN, J., Radnor. 
VAUGHAN, J., Middlesex, Tower 

Hamlets. 
VAUGHAN, J. W., Brecknock, 

Radnor. 
VAUGHAN, jim., J. W., Breck- 
nock, Radnor. 
VAUGHAN, R., Monmouth. 
VAUGHAN, T., York- N. R. 
VAUGHAN, T. G., Brecknock. 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



VAUGHAN, T. L., Tlarlnor. 
VAUGHAN, W. G., Radnor. 
VAUGHTON, R. D., Warwick. 
VAUX, Lord, Surrey. 
VAVASOUR, Bt., Sir H. M., 

York— E. H. 
VAVASOUR, W., York—W. R. 
VEALE, J. H., Demn. 
VENABLES, G. S., Radnor. 
VENABLES, Rev. R. L., Hereford, 

Brecknock, R.vdnor. 
VENNER, L. S., Hants. 
VERELST, H. W., Derby, York— 

W. R. 
VERNER, W., H^NTS. 
VERNE Y,E. H.,BL-cKS,Aifr,Li:3Ey. 
VERNEY, Bt., Sir H., BncKS. 
VERNON, A. L., Stafford. 
VERNON, B. W., NorthamDton. 
VERNON, E., Worcester. 
VERNON, G. A., Stafford. 
VERNON, H. C, Stafford. 
VERNON, H. P., Worcester. 

VERNON, Hon. and Rev. J. C, 

Northampton. 
VERNON, Lord, Deebt, Staf- 
ford. 

VERNON, W. F., Middlesex. 
VERNON, Hon. W. J. B. W. V., 

Derhv. 
VERNON, Hon. W. W., Middle- 
sex. 
VERULAM, Earl of, Hertford 

(Ld. Lt.) 
VESEY, G., Surrey. 
VESSEY, J. H., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Lindsay. 

VIALLS, H. T., Somerset. 

VIOARY, J., Devon. 

VICARY, J. P., Devon. 
VICKERS, V. W., Salop, Staf- 
ford. 

VIDAL, E. U., Devon, Somerset. 

VIGNE, H., London. 

VILLEBOIS, H., Norfolk. 

VINCENT, Rev. P., Bucks. 

VINCENT, .J. M., York— W. R. 

VINCENT, Rev. W., Norfolk. 
VINE, J. R. Somers, London. 

VIPAN, .r., Ciimbs. 

VIP AN, J. A. M., Hunts. 

VIPAN, T. >!., Isle of Ely. 

VIVIAN, A. P., Cornwall, Gla- 
morgan. 

VIVIAN, B., Devon. 

VIVIAN, E. A., Glamor£?an. 

VIVIAN, Hon. H. C, Cornwall. 

VIVIAN, H. H., Cornwall. 

VIVIAN, H. H., Glamorsan. 

VIVIAN, J., Northampton. 

VIVIAN, J. A., Glamore:an. 

VIVIAN, Q., Cornwall. 

VIVIAN, Sir R. J. H., Loudon. 

VIVIAN, ^., London. 

VIVIAN, W. G., Glamorgan. 

VOASE, T., York— E. R. 

VYE, N., Devox. 

VYNER, H. P. C, York— N. R., 
Ripon. 

VYSE, G. H., Berks. 



WADDELOW, J., Isle of Elv. 
WADDILOVE, G M. D., North- 

nmherliind. 
WADDINItHAM, J., Gloucester. 
WADDINGHAM, jun., J., Glou- 

WADDINGTON, H. S., Suffolk 

— W. D. 
WADDINGTON, .1., Cardijran. 



WADDINGTON, J., Hants. 

AVADDINGTON, W., Wilts. 

WADE, C. J., Devon. 

WADE, H. C, York— N. R. 

WADE, J. E., York— E. R. 

WADE, Rev. W. S., Herts. 

WADESON, E. W., MidrUesex. 

WADHAM, E., Lancaster. 

WAGNER, J. H., Susses— E. D. 

WAILES, P., York— N. R. 

WAILES, G., York— N. R. 

WAINWRIGHT, W., Middlesex, 
TowEE Hamlets, Surrey. 

WAITE, W., York— N. R. 

WAITHMAN, J., Lancaster, Y'ork 
— W. R. 

WAITHMAN, R. W., Lancaster, 
York— W. R. 

WAKE, C, Devon. 

WAKE, D., Northampton. 

WAKE, Bt., Su- H., Northamp- 
ton. 

WAKEFIELD, W., Westmore- 
land. 

WAKEFIELD, W. H., AVestmoke- 

LAND. 

WAKEMAN, E. M., Salop. 

WAKEMAN, Bt., Sir O., Salop. 

WALBEOFFE-WILSON, W. H. 
H., Monmouth. 

WALDEGRAVE, Earl of, Middle- 
sex. 

WALDO, E. W. M., Kent. 

WALDY, E. G., Durham. 

WALDY, E. W., YoEK— N. R. 

WALDY, T. G., York— N. R. 

WALDY, T. W., Durham. 

WALDY, W. T., Devon. 

WALE, R. G., Cambs. 

WALES, W., Rutland. 

WALFORD, C, Suffolk— E. D. 

WALFORD, H. A., Suffolk— E. D. 

WALFORD, J. H. N.. Salop. 

WALFORD, R. C, Middlesex. 

WALPORD-GOSNALL, J. D., 
Essex. 

WALKER, A. O., Denbigh. 

WALKER, C. C, Salop. 

WALKER, C. C, Stafford. 

WALKER, E. B., Kent.a 

WALKER, E. W., Nottingham. 

WALKER, G., Carnarvon. 

WALKER, G., Lincoln— Pts. of 
Lindsey, 

WALKER, Sir G. F. R., Mox- 

MOUTH. 

WALKER, H., Stafford. 
WALKER, innr. H., Stafford. 
WALKER, H. B., Kent. 
WALKER, J., Cumberland. 
WALKER, J., Lancaster. 
WALKER, John, London-. 
WALKER, Bt., Sir J., York— 

WALKER, J. C, York— N. R. 
WALKER, .1. R., York— E. R. 
WALKER, J. S., Lancaster. 
WALKER, O. O., Lancaster. 
WALKER, R., Lancaster. 
WALKER, R. C, Durham. 
WALKER, R. S., Lancaster. 
WALKER, T., Durham. 
WALKER. T., Hants, 
WALKER, T,, Peterborough. 
WALKER, T., Warwick. 
WALKER, T., YoKK— W. R. 
WAIjKER, T. B., AVorcester. 
WALKER, T. J., Peterborough. 
WALKER, W. (London), York— 

W. R. 
WALKER, W. (Wilsick'i, York— 

W. R. 



AVALKER, W. B., Cumberland. 
WALKER, W. D., Kent. 
AVALKER, W. O., Lancaster. 
AVALKEY, J. E. C, Devon. 
WALL, Rev. C. J., York— E. R. 
AVALLACE, G., Worcester. 
WALLACE, J. G. P. H., North- 
umberland. 
WALLACE, Bt., Sir R., Suffolk— 

AVALLAS, Rev. G. I., Durham. 

WALLASTON, B. F. A., Leicester. 

AVALLER, E., Bucks, Gloucestke. 

AVALLER, E., York— N. R. 

AVALLER, P., Hunts, Middlesex. 

AVALLER, W. N., Suffolk- E. D. 

AV ALDINGTON, J. W., AVilts. 

AVALLIS, R., Durham, Northum- 
berland. 

WALLS, Rev. R. G., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Lindsev. 

WALMESLEY, L. R., Wilts. 

WALMSLEY, E., Lancaster. 

AVALMSLEY, G., Lancaster. 

WALMSLEY, H. J., Lanca.ster. 

WALPOLE, C, Surrev. 

WALROND, Bt., Sir J. AV., Devon, 
Somerset. 

WALROND, AV. H., Devox. 

WALSH, Hon. A. H. J., Radnor. 

WALSH, A., Tow:;r Hamlets. 

WALSH, T., Somerset. 

WALSH, Rev. W., Essex. 

WALSHAM, Bt., Sir J., Here- 
ford. 

WALSHAM, J., Radnor. 

AVALSHE, E. F. D., Middlesex. 

WALSINGHAM, Lord, Nobfolk. 

WALTER, A. P., Berks. 

AV ALTER, G., London. 

AVALTER, J., Berks. London, 
Middlesex. 

WALTER, J., Glamorgan. 

WALTER, W., Kent. 

AVALTERS, Rev. Dr., Brecknock 

WALTERS, G., Somerset. 

AVALTERS, G. W., Brecknock. 

AVALTHALL, H. AV., Derby. 

AV ALTON, F., Stafford. 

AVALTON, .1. A., Merioneth. 

AV ALTON, AV., Montgomery. 

AVANKLYN, E., Bucks. 

WANNOP, Rev. W., Lancaster. 

WARD, G.. Stafford. 

WARD, H., Stafford. 

AVARD, J. G. R., Hereford. 

WARD, M. P., Wilts. 

WARD, R., Pembroke. 

AVARD, T. P., Northumberland. 

WARDE, A. AV., Kent. 

WARDE, C. A. M., Kent. 

WARDE-ALDAM, W. W., York— 
W. R. 

WARDEN, G. A„ York— W. R. 

WARDLAW, J., jB^sej;. 

AVARDLE, H., Derby, Stafford. 

WARDLEY, J., Lancaster. 

WARDSHAW, — . Essex. 

WARING, W., Kent. 

WARNER, E., Leicester. 

WARNER, E. H., Leicester. 

WARNER, H., Middlesex. 

AVARNER, Rev J., Essex. 

WARNER, J. H. B., Leiceste;!. 

AVARNER, T., Gloucester. 

WARRAND, AV. E.. Nottingham. 

WARRE, .1. H., Kent. 

AVARREN, Rev. J. C, Norfolk. 

WARREN, J. L., Salop, Stafford. 

WARREN, .1. N., London. 

WARREN, Rev. J. S., Lincoln— 
Pts, of Kest. and Lindsej'. 



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WARREN, J. S., Sussex— W. D. 
WARREN, R. A., Sussex— W. D. 
WARREN, R. P., Hants, Flint. 
WARREN-SWETTENHAM, R., 

Chester. 
WARRY, G., Dorset, Somerset. 
WARRY, G. D., Somerset. 
WARTER, Rev. E., Salop. 
WARTER, H. de G., Salop. 
WARWICK, Earl of, WAU-svirK. 
WARWICK, R. W., Nortbumber- 

land. 
WASS, E. M., Derby. 
WATERFIELD, O. C, Suney. 
WATERLOW, A. J., London, 

Surrey. 
WATERLOW, A. Jameson, 

London. 
WATERLOW,G. Sydney, London. 
WATERLOW, H. J., London 
WATERLOW, Philip H., London. 
WATERLOW, Bt., Sir S. H., 

Kent, MifVUeses London. 
WATERLOAV, W. B., London. 
WATERPARK, Lord, Derby, 

Stafford. 
WATERS, W. G., Norfolk. 
WATERTON, E., Yokk— W. R. 
WAT KIN, A. M., Kent, Middlesex. 
WATKIN, Bt., Sir E., W., Chester, 

Kent, Lancaster. 
WATKIN, G. W. R., Brecknock, 

Cakmarthe:;?. 
WATKINS, J. P., Herts. 
WATKINS, J. G., WoBCiiSTBB. 
WATKINS, T. C, Brecknock. 
WATKINS, W., Cardigan. 
WATLINGTON, J. W. Perry, 

Essex, Herts. 

WATSON, C. B., WESTMOHEtAITD. 

WATSON, G. L., Leicest3r,NoETn- 

AMPTOif, Rutland. 
WATSON, E. S., Beds. 
WATSON, G. W., Devon. 
WATSON, H. H., Cumberland. 
WATSON, Rev. H. L., Leicester. 
WATSON, J., Bucks. 
WATSON, J., Glamorgan. 
WATSON, J., Salop. 
WATSON,.!. (Birminghans), Staf- 
ford, AVorcester. 
WATSON, J. (Kidderminster), 

Worcester. 
WATSON, J., York— N. R. 
WATSON, J. Y., Essex. 
WATSON, R., Northimiberland. 
WATSON, R. H., Devon. 
WATSON, T. W., Northampton, 
WATSON, W. H., Sussex— W. D. 
WATT, F., Worcester. 
WATT, J. W. G., Hebefobd, 

Ramtob. 
WATTS, E., Bucks, Northampton. 
WATTS, Rev. E. T., Carnarvon, 

Merioneth. 
WATTS, W^. J., Devon. 
WAUD, E., York— W. R. 
WAUD, Maior, Yj.,Tork—n .R. 
WATTD, E. W., York— W. R. 
WA'VENEY,Lord, Norfolk,SufEolk 

WAY, G. A., Essex. 

WAY, Rev. H. H., Bucks. 

WAY, L. A., Hauls. 

WAY, L. J., Essex. „ ^ „ 

WAYMAN, B. W., Suffolk— 
W.D. 

WAYNE, P.. S., Merioneth. 

WAYTE, Rev. G. H., Stafford. 

WEALLEANS, J. D., Northum- 
berland. 

WEARING, T., York— W. R. 



WEBB, C. J., Lancaster, Stafford. 
WEBB. J. H., Staefoed. 
WEBB, .1. S., Middlesex. 
WEBB,R.F.,ilEKEEOEi),Middlesex 
WEBB, R. O., Hertford. 
WEBB, R. W., Siu-rey. 
WEBB, T., Derby, Stafford. 

WEBB,T.,Hi;HEFORD,Wor.CESTER. 

WEBB, T. v., Cambs., Hunts. 
WEBB, T. W., Stafford. 
WEBB, v., Cardigan. 
WEBB, T/. F., Noiii.vGHAM, 

YoBK, N.R. 
WEBB, W. G., Stafford. 
WEBBER, C. H., Devon. 
WEBBER, F. S. H., Dorset. 
WEBBER, T., London. 
WEBSTER, Bt., Su- A. F., Sussex 

WEBSTER, C. M., Durham. 
WEBSTER, H. R., Durham. 
WEBSTER, J., Cinque Ports. 
WEBSTER, R. C, Flint. 
WEBSTER, V\'., London. 
WEDD, E. A., Essex. 
WEDGWOOD, E., Stafford. 
WEDGWOOD, F., Stafford. 
WEDGWOOD, G., Stafford. 
WEDGWOOD, H., Middlesex. 
WEDGWOOD. H. A., Sim-ey. 
WEEDING, W. T. W., Svu-rey. 
WEEKES, G., Sussex— W. D. 
WEEKES, N., Sussex— W. D. 
WEGG-PROSSER, F.R., Hebe- 
fobd. 
WEGUELIN, T. M., London, 

Surrey. 
WEIGALL, U., Kent, Cinque 

Ports. 
WEIGALL, W. F., Middlesex. 
WELBY, E. M. E., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Holland. 
WELBY, Rev. G. E., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Kestev^en. 
WELBY, J. E., Leicester, Lin- 
coln— Pts. of Kesteven. 
WELBY, W. E., Derby. 
WELBY, W. E., Lincobi— Pts. of 

Kesteven, Peterborough. 
WELBY, Rev. W. H. C, Leicester. 
WELBY-GREGORY, Bt., Sir W. 
E., Leicester, Lincoln- Pts. of 
Kesteven. 
WELCH, A. P., Beds. 
WELCH, H. T., Lancaster, AVest- 

moreland. 
WELCH, J. K., Surrey. 
AYELD, C, Dorset. 
WELD, J., Lancaster. 
WELD, J., Hants. 
WELLER, T. M. M., Kent. 
WELLFIT, S. AV., Derby, Noi- 

TINGHAM. 

WELLING, J. Earle, Leicester, 
WELLINGTON, Duke of, Middle- 
sex (Ld.Lf.). 
WELLS, C. C, Pembeoke. 
WELLS, E., Berks. 
WELLS, G. G., Hunts. 
WELLS, W., Huxis, Peterborough. 
WELLS, W., Kent. 
WELMAN, C. C, Somerset. 
WELMAN, C. N., Devon, SoitES- 

SET. 

WELSBY, W., Lancaster. 
WEMYSS, A., Cardigan. 
WEMYSS, D. D., Cardigan. 
WENTWORTH, F. W. T. V. 

York-—W. E. 
WENTWORTH, Lord, Surrey. 
WENTWORTH,T. F. 0. V., Bucks, 

York- W. R. 



WERE, J., Devon. 
AVERE, T. K., Devon. 
WEST, A., Middlesex. 
WEST, Rev. G.. Essex. 
WEST, H. T., Sussex- W. D. 
AVEST, H. W., Lancaster. 
WEST, J. R., Wanoick. 
AVEST, R. F., Salop. 
WEST, W. Cornwallis, Denbigh. 
AVEST, AA^. H., Brecknock. 
AVESTBY, .T. T. F., Laxcastee. 
AVESTERN, Bt., Sir T. C. C, 

WESTERN, W. C, Somerset. 
WESTMINSTER, Duke of, 

WESTMORELAND, Earl of, 

Peterborough, Nokthampton. 
WESTON, Rev. G. F., AVestmore- 

land. 
WESTON, H., Sirrrey. 
WESTON, J., AVarwick. 
WESTON, J. E., Cumberland. 
WESTON, J. W., AA'estmorelaud. 
WESTON, AA'., Surrey. 
AVESTBAY, R., Lancaster. 
WETHERED, L. W., Bucks. 
WETHERED, T. O., Bucks. 
WETHERELL, N., Sus.?cx - 

E,D. 
WETHERELL, R., Sussex— E. D. 
WEYLAND, J.,OxFOKD. 
WEYLAND, J. T., Oxford. 
WHALEY, O. R., York— N. R. 
WHALLEY, J. L., Lancaster. 
AVHARNCLIFFE, Earl of, York 

— W. R. 
WHARTON, J., York— N. R. 
WHARTON, J. L., Durham, York 

— W. R. 
WHARTON, J. T., York— N. R. 
AVHARTON, Rev. W. F., Durham, 

York— N. R. 
WHATELY, Rev. W. J., York— 

WHATMAN, G. D., London. 
AVHATMAN, J., Kent. 
WHEATCROFT,J., Derby. 
WHEATLEY, C, York— AV. R. 
AVHEATLEY, J. H., York— W. R. 
WHEATLEY, AV., Kent. 
WHEBLE, J. J., Berks. 
WHEELER, C. AV., Kent. 
AVHEELER, E. T., Hebefobd. 
AVHEELER, E.A-'., Salop,WoRCES- 

WHEELER, Rev. G. D., Glouces- 
ter, Warwick, Worcester. 

WHEELER, T., Lancaster. 

WHEELER, T., Middlesex. 

AA^HEELEY, J. G., Moxmocth. 

AVHEELBY, W. H.,' Monmouth. 

AVHELER, C. AA".. York- AV. R. 

AVHETHAM, Sir C, Dorset, 
London. 

WHETHAM, C. L., London. 

WHETHAM, S. W., Dorset. 

WHICHCOTE, Rev. C, Lincoln 
—Pts. of Kesteven. 

WHICHCOTE, Bt., QivT., Lincoln. 

AVHIGHAM, J., Bucks. 

WHISTLER, Rev. R. F., Suffolk 
— E. D. 

WHISTON, Rev. R., Kent. 

WHITAKER, B. I., Nottmgham. 

WHITAKER, .T., Lancaster. 

AVTtlTAKER, J. (Hampton Hall), 
Salop. 

WHITAKER, J. (Winsley Hall), 
Salop. 

WHITAKER, J., York- W. B. 

WHITAKER-, R., Lancaster. 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



WHITAKRK, T., Lancaster. 

WHITAKER, T. H., Lancaster, 
York— W. R. 

WHITAKKR.W.IT., MontfTomerj-. 

WHITAKI;R, W. K., Salop. 

WIIITAKKR W. I., Hants. 

WniTAKhlR-WlLSON, G., Wor- 
cester. 

WHITBREAD, Rev. E. S., Nor- 
folk. 

WHITBRRAB.n. , Suffolk— E.D. 

WHITE, C, Liud'^n. 

WHITE, F. A., Pfitarborough. 

WHITE, Rev. P. V/., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Liiidsev. 

WHITE, G. F., Durham, Lyndon, 
Surre3'. 

WHITE, H., Mi'Mlesex. 

WHITE, Rev. J., Suffolk— W. D. 

WHITE, .1. B., Kent. 

WHITE, R., London.. 

WHITE, R. D., Devon. 

AVHITB, Rev. R. M., Esses, Moiit- 
pfomery. 

WHITE, R. O., E--SCX, Kent. 

WHITE, Sir T., Essex, Lonbon, 
Middlesex. 

WHITE, T.,Lnvdo^'. 

WHITE, St., Sir T. W., Notting- 
ham. 

WHITE, Rev. '\V. S., Lincoln- 
Pts. of Kestcvon. 

WHITE-THOMSON, R.T., Devon. 

WHITEHEAD, C, Kent. 

WHITEHEAD, F. F., Lancaster, 
YouK— AV. R. 

WHITEHEAD, F. J. G., Kent, 
Ciiuiue P(5rts, Lancaster. 

WHITEHEAD, G., York— E. E., 
York— W. R. 

WHITEHEAD, J., Kent. 

WHITEHEAD, J., Lancaster. 

WHITEHEAD.jun., J. .Lancaster. 

WHITKIIKAD, .1. B., Lancaster. 

WHITEll KAD, .1. D., Caknakvon. 

WHITKHEAD, T. IL, Lancaster. 

WHITEHOUSE, B., Stafford. 

WHITEHOUSE, D., Monmouth. 

WHITELEY, G. F., Surrey. 

WHITESIDE, Rev. S., Westmore- 
land. 

WHITFELD, G., Sussex— E. D. 

WHITGREAVE, F., Staffoeb. 

WHITLE, R., Lancasxeb. 

WHITLEY, Rev. C. T., North- 
umberland. 

WHITLEY, W., Lancaster. 

WHITLOW, R. M., Lancaster. 

WHITMORK, F. A. W., Salop. 

WHITMORB, Rev. F. H. W., 
Salop. 

WHITMORB, Rev. G., Salop. 

AVHITMORE.T. C. D., Luk.ksteh. 

WHITTAKER, R., Lancaster. 

WIUTTAKER, T., Lancaster. 

WHITTAN, W. B., Lancaster. 

WHlTTINl4STALL,Miijor,Merts. 

WHITWBIJ,, W., York— N. R. 

WIUTWORTH, B., Lancaster. 

WIOKENS, .T., Hereford. 

WIOKHA.M, H. L., Hants. 

WICKHAM, J., Cumberland, 
Westmoreland. 

WIOKHAM, J.W. D.T., Somer.sf.t. 

WIOIvHAM, L. W., York— W. R. 

WICIvHAM, T., MoNMouin. 

WIOKIIAM, W., Hants. 

WKJKHAM, W. W., York— W. E. 

WICKSTED, G. E., Salop. 

WIDDRINGTON. S. F., Chester, 
Nort,huniberlnud. 

WI EN HOLT, W., Monmouth. 



W:GAV, W. S., Kent. 

WtGO, J. S., Sussex, Kent, E. D. 

WIGGKl'T, .1. A., Berks. 

WIGGIN, H., Staffoud, Wor- 
cester. 

WIGGI>T, H.A., Stafford. 

WIGIIl". O., Stafford. 

WIGHT, C. B., Salop. 

WIGIIP, J. L., Hereford. 

WIGNALL, J., Lancaster. 

WKtRAM, C, London. 

WIGRAM, C. IL, Middlesex. 

WFGRAM, .T. R., Warwick. 

WIGRAM, J. R., Wilts. 

WI'JR.VM, M., Tower Hamlets. 

WIGRAM, W. K., Middlesex. 

WILBERFORCE, R. G., Sussex— 
W. D. 

WILBRAHAM, Hon. E. B., Lan- 

CASTKR. 

I WILBRAHAM, P. H. R., Chester. 

WlLfiRAHAM, G. P., Chester. 
I WIL15HAHAM. R., Chester. 
I WILBRAHAM, Sir R., Cliesier. 

WILCOCKS, J. B., Devon. 

WILCOX, C. W., AVarwicK. 

WILDASH, H. C, Kent. 

WILDER, P., Berks. 

WILDING, Rev. C. J., Mont- 
Pfomerv. 

WILBMAN, J. F., Stafford. 

WILKIE, D., Derby. 

WILKIE, K. W., Kent, Cinque 
Ports. 

WILKINS, C. B., Somerset. 

WILKINSON, A., DoKHAM. 

WILKINSON, A., (Hexham) Drs- 

HAM. 

WILKINSON, B. E., York— 

AV. R. 
WILKINSON, C, Westmoreland. 
AA" ILKINSON, Rev. C. A. ,Cambs., 

Lincoln — Pts. of Lindsev. 
AA'ILKINSON, Rev. E. A., 

Durham. 
WILKINSON, Eev. G. P., 

Durham 
WILKINSON, G. Y., Drnuy. 
AVITJCTNSON, G. Y., Dei-hy. 
AA'ILKINSO.V, H., Hertr.. 
AVILKINSON, H. J., Suffolk— 

AV. D. 
WILKINSON. I. H. CiMns. 
AVILKINSON, J. J., Chester. 
AVILKINSON, M. C, London. 
AVILKINSON, P. S., Durham, 

York-W. R. 

R., Westmoreland. 
R. H., Beds., 



WILKINSON, 
AVILKINSON, 

Herts. 
AVILKINSON, 



R. S., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Kesteven. 
WILKINSON, T. CYork— AV. E. 
AVILKINSON, T. H., Suffolk- 

AV. D. 
AVILKINSON, W., Lancaster. 
AVILLAN, IL. AVorcester. 
WILLANS, AV. H., London, Mid- 

AVILLA'i'S, AV. H., Kent. 
AVILLBS, C. T., Northampton. 
AVILLES, G. O., Middlesex. 
WILLES, G. S., Berks. 
WILLES, AV., AVarwick. 
AVILLIAMS, A. J., Carxaevon, 

Mf.iiiovktii. 
AVILLIAMS, A. O., Carnarvon, 

JIf RIONKTH. 

WILLTAAIS, B. P., Monmouth. 
AVILLIAMS. B. T.. Pcmbrol.e. 
AVILLIAMS, C, Merioneth. 
AVILLIAMS, C. H., Devon. 



AA^ILLTAMS, C. H. (Cardiff), Mon- 
mouth, G anoi'gan. 

AVILLIAMS, C. H. (Guernsey), 
Monmouth. 

AVILLIAMS, Rev. Canon, Carnar- 
von. 

AVILLIAMS, R3V. D., Carmarthen. 

AVILLIAMS, D. E., Brecknock, 
Glamorgan. 

WILLIAMS, Rev. D. W., Glamor- 
gan. 

AVILLIAMS, F. D.,Monraonth. 

AVILLIAMS, E. H., Merioneth. 

AVILLIAMS, E. H. v.. Merioneth. 

AVILLIAAI^,Rcv. l''.0.,Mori.)ncth. 

AVILLIA.MS, E. J., Middlesex, 
London. 

WILLIAMS, E. L., AVarwick. 

WILLIAMS, E. AV., Dorset. 

WILLIAMS, P. C. H., Mox- 

MOUTH. 

WILLIAMS, P. E., Hereford. 

WILLIAMS, F. E., AA^orcester. 

WILLIAMS, P. H., Monmouth. 

AVILLIAMS, G., Anglesev. 

WILLIAMS, Rev. G., Brecknock. 

AVILLIAMS, G., Corn-wall. 

AA^LLIAAIS, G., Glamorgan. 

WILLIAMS, G., Merioneth. 

AVILLIAMS, Rev. G., Radnor. 

AVILLL\MS, G. C, Monmouth, 
Glamorgan. 

WILLIAMS, G. G., CARniGAif. 

AVILLIAMS, G. G., Derby. 

AVILLIAMS, IL, Salop. 

AVILLIAMS, H., Stafford. 

WILLIAMS, H. L., Meroaetb. 

WILLIAAIS. H. T., Glamorgan. 

AVILLIAilS, I., Denliigh. 

WILLIAMS, .1., Brecknock. 

WILLIAM-', .T , Ks.c^y. 

AV LLIAMS, R'V. J. E sex. 

AV [LLIAMS, .1. D., '!:?sex. 

WILLIAMS, J. G., Bucks, Herts. 

AVlLLI.\MS, .1. .!., I'iirnarvon. 

WILLIAMS, .1. J., Brecknock. 

AVILLIAMS, .1. .1. L., Cardigan. 

WILLTAAIS,.I.V. H.,CvRNAEVOX. 

AA^ILLIAMS, .1. A\^. Stafford. 

AVILLlAMf^, L. AV. E., Gloucester. 

AVILLI.\AIS,M., Cornwall, Dorset. 

AVILLIAMS, M. B., Glamorgan. 

WILLIAAIS, M. II., Cornwall. 

AVILLIAMS, M. S., Brecknock, 
Glamorgan. 

WILLIAMS, O. C, Anglesey. 

AVILLIAMS, O. L. C, Bucks. 

AA'ILLIAMS, P., Brecknock. 

AVILLIAMS, P., Salop. 

WILLIAMS, P. A., Monmouth, 
Brecknock. 

AVILLIAMS, R.. Brecknock. 

AVILLIAMS, R., Dorset. 

AVILLIAilS inn.. R., Dorset. 

AVILLIAMS, R. F., Brecknock. 

AVILLIAAIS, R. H., Lancaster. 

AVILLIAMS, R. A. H., Anjrlesev. 

AVILLIAMS, Rev. R. P., Lincoln— 
Pts. of LindscA-. 

WILLIAMS, S.'C. E., Radnor. 

AVILLIA^ilS, S. H,, Sussex— E. D. 

AVILLIAMS, S. P., Pembroke. 

AVILLIAMS, Rev. St. G. A., Car- 
narvon. 

WILLIAMS, T., Glamorgan. 

AVILLIAMS, T., Northuml)erland. 

AVILLIAMS, T. B., Lancaster. 

AVILLIAAIS, T. E., Brecknock. 

AVILLIAMS, Rev. T. N., Anglesey, 
Carnarvon. 

WILLIAMS, Sir Watkin,Denbigh. 

AVILLIAMS, AV. A., Monmouth. 



LIST OF LORDS LIEUTENANT, MAGISTRATES, <tc. 



Ixxvii 



WILLIAMS, Bt., Sir W. U., 
Denbigh, Flint. 

WILLIAMS, W. M., Chester. 

WILLIAMS, Rev.W. M., Denbigh, 
Flint, Montg^omerv. 

WILLIAMS, Kev. W. V., Car- 
narvon, Denbigh. 

WILLIAMS, Rev.W.W., Anglesey. 

WILLIAMS, Rev. W. W., Angle- 
set. 

WILLIAMSON, E., Chester. 

WILLIAMSON, F. H., Sussex— 

WILLIAMSON, Bt., Su- H., 

DCEHAII. 

WILLIAMSON, H. W., Chester. 
WILLIAMSON, J., Larcister. 
WILLIAMSON, S., Chester. 
WILLIAMSON, V. A., Bitrluim. 
WILLIS, G., Monmouth. 
WILLIS, H. R. de A., Lancaster. 
WILLMOTT, H., Gloucester. 
WILLOUGHBY de BROKE, Lord, 

Warwick. 
WILLS, R., Flint. 
WILLS, W. H., Somerset. 
AVILLS-SANDFORD, W. S., 

Somerset. 
WILLSON, M. W., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Kesteven. 
WILLYAMS, A. C. P., ComwalL 
WILLY AMS, E. W. B., CoR>. 

WALL. 

WILMOT, Bt., Sir H., Derby. 
AVILMOT, R. C, York— W. R. 
WILMOT-HORTON, Bt., Rev. Sir 

G., Stafford. 
WILLMOT, H., Gloucester. 
AVLLSHERE, C. W., Herts. 
WILSON, A., Esses, London, Kent. 
WILSON, A., York— E. R. 
WILSON. A. M., Suffolk— AV. D. 
WILSON, C. H., York— E. R. 
AVILSON, C. L., Kent, Middlesex, 

London. 
AVILSON, C. W.. AVESTMOREL«.Nr>. 
AVILSON, C. W. B., AVestmore- 

land. 
WILSON, D., York— E. R. 
AVILSON, E. H., AVESTMOKELAxn. 
AVILSON, F., Suffolk— E. D. 
WILSON, P. P., Middlesex. 
AVILSON, G. (Bulmerj, York— 

N. R. 
WILSON, G. (Ryedale), York- 

N. R. 
WILSON, G., York- AV. R. 
AVILSON. Rev. G., Essex. 
AVILSON, G. H., Suffolk— E. D. 
WILSON, Rev. H. O., Salop. 
WILSON, Hon. H. T., Leicester. 
WILSON, I., Durham, York— 

N. R. 
AVILSON, .1., Surrey. 
AVILSON, J., York— W. R. 
WILSON, J. C, Westmoreland. 
AVILSON, J. E., AA'orcester. 
WILSON, J. B. M., Devon. 
WILSON, J. G., Durham, York— 

N. R. 
WILSON, J. H., Devon. 
WILSON, J. H., Oxford. 
WILSON, J. H., Tower Hamlets. 
AVILSON, J. W., Sun-ey. 
AVILSON, Bt., Sir M., Lancaster, 

York— W.R. 
AVILSON, M. A., York— E. E., 

York— N. R. 
AVILSON, M. W., Gloucester. 
AVILSON, M. W., York— W. R. 
AVILSON, O. T., Glamorgan. 
AVILSON, R., Cumberland. 



WILSON, Bt., Sir S.M. M., Kent. 
WILSON, T. G., Cumberland. 
WILSON, T. N., Lancaster. 
WILSON, W., Westmoreland. 
WILSON, AV. H. B. J., AVarwick, 

F emhroke . 
AVILSON-TODD, AV. H., York— 

N. R. 
AVILTON, Earl of, Lancaster. 
WIMBORNE, Lord, Dorset. 
AVaNCHESTER, Marquess of, 

Hants (Ld. Lt.). 
WINDLE, Rev. J., Esses. 
WINDSOR, Lord, Salop, AVor- 

WING, T. W., Suffolk— E. D. 
WING, W., Rutland. 
WINGATE, Sir G., Hants. 
AVINGFIELD, C. G., Salop. 
WINGFIELD, D. H. R., Essex: 
WINGFIELD, E. R., Gloucesiek, 

Osford. 
AVINGFIELD, R. R., Denbigh. 
A\aNGFIELD, AV. C, Mont- 

gomerv. 
WINKFIELD, J, T. C, Toweb 

Hamlets. 
WINMARLEIGH, 'Lov(\.,La»casier. 
WINN, R., Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsey, Y'ork- E. R., York— 

W. R. 
WINN, junr., R., York— W. R. 
WINNINGTON, Bt., Sir F. S., 

Hereford, AVorcester. 
WINNINGTON, H., Worcester. 
WINTERBOTHAM, A. B„ Glou- 

AVINTERTON, Earl of, Sussex— 
AV. D. 

WINTERTON, AV., Leicester. 

WINTHROP, B., AVilts. 

AVINTLE, R. AV., Berks. 

WINTON, C. H. DE, Brecknock. 

WINTON, H. de, Brecknock. 

WINTON, J. P. de, Carnarvon. 

WINTON, AA'. de, Brecknock. 

AVINAVOOD, T. H. R., Caicligan. 

AVIRE, T. B., London. 

WISDEN, T. F., Sussex— W. D. 

WISE, D. AV., Devon. 

AVISE, G., Warwick. 

WISE, H. C, AVarwick. 

AVISE, L. L. A., Stafford. 

WITHERS, R., Lancaster. 

WITHINGTON, G. R., Lancas- 
ter. 

AVITHINGTON, T. E., Lancaster. 

WITTS, Rev. E. F., Gloucestbb, 
AA'orcester. 

WODEHOUSE, Hon. B., Norfolk. 

WODEHOUSE, Sir P. E., Noe- 

FOLK. 

WODEHOrSE, W. H.. Herts. 
AVOLFENDEN, J. R., Lancaster. 
WOLFERSTAN, F. S. P., Derby, 

Stafford, AVarwick. 
WOLFF, Sir H. D., Middlesex. 
WOLA"ERTON, Lord, Dorset, 

London. 
WOLLEY-DOD. Rev. C, Chester. 
WOLRYCHE-WHITMORE, F. A., 

Chester. 
WOLSELEY, Bt., Sir C. M., 

Stafford. 
WOLTON, J. H., Sm-rey. 
WOMBATELL, Bt., Su: G. O., 

York- N. R. 
WOOD, A., Carnarvon. 
WOOD, Sir C. A., Middleses, 

Brecknock. 
AVOOD, C. L., Durham. 
WOOD. Hon. C. L., York— W. R. 



AA^OOD, C. P., Esses. 

AA^OOD, E., Middleses. 

AVOOD, E., Stafford, AVarwick. 

WOOD, £. A., Dorset. 

AA^OOD, E. B., Salop. 

AVOOD, E. H., Warwick. 

WOOD, E. T. AV., Salop, Stafford. 

AA'OOD, F. H., York- AV. R. 

WOOD, F. J. A., Worcester. 

AVOOD, G. W. R., Lancaster. 

AVOOD, H. H., Hereford. 

AVOOD, J., Chester, Derby, Lan- 
caster. 

WOOD, J., Devon. 

AVOOD, J., Fori— Tf'. S. 

WOOD, J. G., Hants. 

WOOD. L., Durham. 

WOOD, N., Durham. 

AVOOD, R., Lancaster. 

WOOD, R., Tork~jr. B. 

WOOD, R. H., Warwick. 

AV^OOD, R. N., Stafford. 

WOOD, R. P., Lancaster. 

AVOOD, S., Glossop. 

AVOOD, T.,BRECKNOcK,Middieges 

WOOD, T., Durham. 

AVOOD, T., Radnor. 

AVOOD, T. B., Lancaster. 

WOOD,AV., Stafford. 

WOOD, AV. H., Lancaster. 

AVOOD, AV. M., E,se.i: 

WOOD, W. M., Monmouth. 

WOOD, AV. R., Lancaster. 

AVOODALL, C. W., York— N. 3. 

AVOOD ALL, .1. W., York— N. R. 

WOODALL, AV., Stafford. 

WOODCOCK, H., Lancaster. 

WOODCOCK, H. C, Leicester. 

AVOODCOCK, H. S., Lancaster. 

AVOODCOCK, J., Warwick. 

AA^OODD, B. T., York— N. R., 
York- AV. R. 

WOODD, C. L., York- W. R. 

WOODFORDE, W. F., Derby. 

AVOODGATES, Rev. J. R., Nor- 
folk. 

WOODHAM, Rev. T. F., Hants. 

AVOODHOLSE, E. S., Toweb 
Hamlets. 

WOODHOUSE. J. G., Hereford. 

WOODHOUSE, R., Esses. 

WOODHOUSE, S., Chester. 

WOODLEY, J., Devon. 

WOODMAN, R. T., Brecknock. 

WOODMASS, M.. Chester. 

WOODROFFE, C. H. W., Hants. 

WOODROFFK, AV. C, Staffoei;. 

WOODRUFF, Rov. T., Hunts. 

WOODS, H., Hants. 

WOODS, H., Lancaster. 

WOODS, J. AV., Susses. 

WOODS, M. C, Northumberland. 

WOODTHORPE, AV., Suffolk— 

WOODWARD, jun., R., Stafford, 

Worcester. 
WOODAVARD, R., Stafford, Wor- 

WOODAVARD, T., Salop. 

WOODY, J. F., Stafford, War- 
wick. 

WOOLER, W. A., Durham. 

AVOOLLAM, C, Hertford. 

WOOLLCOMBE, H., Devon. 
I WOOLLEY, J. H., Derby. 
I AVOOLRYCH, E. H., Middlesex, 

Tower Hamlets. 
' AVOOLRYCH, AV. R., Hertford. 
! AVOOSNAM.R., Brecknock, Mont- 
] gomerv. 

WORCESTER, Marquis of, Glou- 
I cEsiER, Monmouth. 

G 



Ixxviii 



THE CCUNTY COMPANION. 



WORDSWORTH, W., Cdmher- 

LAND. 

WORKMAN, H., Gloucester, War- 
wick, WoHCBSTEK. 

WORMALD, J., York— W. R. 

WORMS, Bai-on G. do, Middlesex, 
Surrey. 

WORMS, Baron H. de, Middlesex. 

\V'ORI?ALL, J., Lancaster. 

WO HI! ALL, J. H., Lancaster. 

WORSLK V, Rev. P. W., Lincoln— 
Pts. of Kesteven. 

WORSLEY, St., Sir W., York— 
N. R. 

WOKSLEY, W. C., YoHK— N. E. 

W()i;s\Vl('K, R. W., Leicester. 

A^oliSWICK, W. W., Hereford. 

WOirrilAM, B. H., C.oiBS. 

WDtiTHIXGTON, G. B., Chester. 

WOKTHINGTON, J., Chester. 

WORTHINGTON, J., Pembroke. 

WORTLEY, Hon. F. D. S., York— 
N. R. 

WORTLEY', F.'J. S. York— W. R. 

WORTLEY, Hon. F. S., Yoek— 
W. R. 

WRAGGE, F., Stafford. 

WRAITH, L. H., Lancaster. 

WRANGHAM, Rev. D. S., Y'ork— 

WRANGHAM, AV. F., York— 

E. R. 
WRKFORI), .T., Devon. 
WREFORD, S., Kent. 
WREN, A. B., Devon. 
WREY, C. J., Devon. 
WREY, Rev. H. B., Devon. 
WREY, H. B. T., Devon. 
WRIGHT, Rev. A. C, Lincoln. 
WRIGHT, C, Lancaster, Yor.K— 

W. E. 
WRIGHT, C. B. E., Y'orx— W. S. 
WRIGHT, C. H., Salop. 
WRIGHT, C. T., Nottintvham. 
WRIGHT, E., Salop. 
WRIGHT, E. A., Chester, Lan- 

WRIGHT, E. C, Esses. 
AVRIGHT, F., Derby. 
WRIfJHT, F. B., Derby. 
WRIGHT, F. N., Nottingham. 
WRIGHT, H., Warvick. 
WRIGHT, J., Essex. 
WRIGHT, J. F., Derby. 
WRIGHT, J. F., York -W. B. 
WRIGHT, J. F. D., Chester. 
WRIGHT, J. W. Z., Kent. 
WRIGHT, P., Derby, Salop, Mont- 

crnniery. 
WRIGHT, Rev. R. R., Cornwall. 
WRIGHT, S. W., Lincolit— Pts. 

of Lindsey. 
WRIGHT, Rev. T. B., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Lindsev. 
WRIGHT, W., Chester, Lancaster. 
WRIGHT, Sir W., Yokk— E. R. 
WRIGHTSON, R. H., York— 

W. R. 



WRIGHTSON, T., Durham 
WRIGLEY, E. G., Lancaster. 
WRIGLEY, J., Lancaster. 
WRIGLEY, J. H., L.VNCASTEE. 
WRIGLEY, T., Lancaster. 
WIUiTTl'lSLEY, Hon. E. B., 

>ihi/!'iy(l, Surrey. 
WROTTKSLEY, Lord, Stafford 

{Ld.-Lt.). 
WROUGHTON, P., Berks. 
WYATT, H., Sussex— W. D. 
WYATT, J., Caknakvon. 
WYATT, O. A., Monmouth. 
WYATT, R. H., Kent, Cinqiic 

Ports, MEnioNiiTH. 
WYATT, Sir W. H., MirnLEsux. 
WYATT-EDGELL, A., Devon. 
WYBEGH, A., Cuml)er!and. 
WYBERGH, J., Cumberland. 
WYKKHAM, W. A., Oxford. 
WYKEMAN, P. J. D., Gloncester. 
WYKEHAM-MARTIN, C. P., 

Kent. 
WYKEHAM-MUSGRAVE.W. A., 

Oxford. 
WY'LD, J., Middlesex. 
WYLIE, R., Yoek— E. R. 
WYLIE, Rev. W. J., Lincoln— 

Pts. of Lindsev. 
WYNCH, A., Somerset. 
AVYKCH, ^y. M., Suffolk— W.D. 
WYNDHAM, C. H., Wilts. 
W'i'NDHAM,G. H., Sussex— W.D. 
AVYNDHAM, J. E., Somerset. 
AVYNDHAM, Hon. P. S., Cum- 

berl.and, Sussex — W. D. 
WYNDHAM, AV., Wilts. 
AVYNFORD, Lord, Dorset. 
AVYNN, Hon. C. H., Merioneth. 

A\^NN, C. AV. AV., MONTGOMEKT. 

AVYNN, H. B. AY. W., Berks, 
Oxford, Salop, Denbigh. 

WYNN, Bt., Sir W. AY., Salop, 
Denbigh, Meeioneth, Mont- 

GOMEET. 

AVYNNE, B. W., Denbigh. 

AA'YNNE, E. AY., Denbigh. 

AVYiSTNE, Rev. J., Merioneth. 

AA^YNNE, J. L., Denbigh. 

AYYNNE, O. S., Denbigh, Merio- 
neth. 

AVTNNE, W. R. M., Meeioneth, 
Montaromery. 

AVYVILL, D., Y'ork— N. R. 

AYY'AHLL, M., York— N. R.,Yoek 
— AV. R. 

WYVILL, M. D. A., York— E. R. 



YALE, W. C, Denbigh, Merio- 
neth. 

YAPP, G. B., Heeeeoed. 

Y'ARBOROUGH.Earlof, Lincoln 
— Pts. of Lindse.y. 

YARBOROUGH, G. B. C, York— 
AV. R. 

YARMOUTH, Earl of, Warwick. 



YATES, Rev. E. T., Norrolk. 
YATES, J., YoitK— AV. R. 
YATES, J. St. J., Chester, Lan- 

YATMAN, Rev. J. A., Somerset. 
Y'ATMAN, W. H., Gloucoster, 

AVanvick, AVilts. 
YEATMAN, H. F., Doeset. 
YEATMAN, M. S., Dorset. 
Y^EATMAN-BIGG, A. G., Wilts. 
YELVERTON, Hon. W. H., Cab- 

MAHTHKN. 

YELVERTON, AV. H. M., Car- 
marthen. 

YELA'ERTON, Hon. W. H. Y. 
Pemliroke. 

YEO, F. A., Glamorgan. 

YEO.AIAN, Rev. C. B., York— 
N. R. 

YEOMAN, Rev. H. W., York— 
N. R. 

Y'EOMAN, R. C, York— N. R. 

YONGE, Rev. V. G., Stafford. 

YOOL, H., Surrey. 

YORK, E. C, York— W. R. 

YORK, T. E., York— W. R. 

YORK, A'erv Rev. the DeUn of, 
York— N. R. 

YORKE, J., Gloucester, AVoeces- 

TEE. 

YORKE, J., York— W. R., Ripon. 
YORKE, Hon. .1. M., Cvmbs. 
YORKE, J. R., Gloucester, Worces- 

tev. 
YORKE, P. W., Denbigh. 
Y'ORKE, S., Denbigh. 
YORKE, T. Y. D., Lincoln— Pts. 

of Lind. 
YOUELL, E. P., Suffolk- E. D. 
YOHNG, A. A., NoETHAJtPTON. 
YOUNG, A. J., Suffolk— AV. D. 
YOUNG, A. AV., Beeks. 
YOUNG, Bt., Sir C. L., Bucks. 
YOUNG, E., Lancaster. 
YOUNG, Rev. E. N., Bucks. 
YOUNG, F., Hants, Middlesex, 

Toicer Hamlets. 
YOUNG, Bt., Sir G., Berks. 
YOUNG, G. A., Bucks, Kent. 
Y'OUNG, Rev. H. J., Suffolk— 

B. D. 
Y'OUNG, Rev. H. T., Bncks, 

Essex, Oxford. 
Y^'OUNG, jun., J., London. 
YOUNG, J., Northumberland. 
YOUNG, J., Sm-rey. 
Y'OUNG, J. H., Kent. 
YOUNG, J. J., Lincoln— Pts. 

Lind. 
Y'OUNG, AV., Surrey. 
Y'OUNG. AV. J., Durham. 
YOUNGHUSBAND, J., Cumbee- 

LAND. 



ZETLAND, Earl of, York— N.B. 
ZOUCHE, Lord, Stafford. 



Alphabetical List of the Clerks of the Peace, Deputy Clerks of the Peace 
Clerks of Lieutenancy, Treasurers, Chief Constables, Surveyors, Auditors, 
Public Analysts, and Coroners of the Counties of England and Wales ; 
the Liberties of the Cinque Ports, Peterborough, Ripon, and Tower 
Hamlets, and the Counties of the City of London and the Town of 
Haverfordwest. 



^W {C.P.) indicates Clerk of the Peace; {Vep. C.P.) Deputy Clerk of tlie Peace; {C.L.) Clerk of 
Lieutenancy; (T.) Treasurer; {C.C.) Chief Constable ; (Surv.) Suiveyor; (And.) Auditor; (^hc.) Public 
Analyst; aud(Cor.) Coroner. 



Adam, B. (C. P., C. L., 4- T.), Pait- 
land. 

Adams, L. (C. L.), Denbigh. 

ADA3IS, M. A. (A)i(i.), Kent. 

AiNSLiE, Gr. (T.) Cambs. 

Alford, H. J., (Ana.) Somerset. 

Algeo, R. (.S«rr.), Anglesey. 

Alison, H. (T.), Lancaster. 

Allen, G. (T.), Middlesex. 

Allex, • — {Ami.}, Derby. 

Allgood, G. (C. C), Northumber- 
land. 

Amy ATT, Capt. (C. C), Dorset. 

Angell, a. (Ana.), Hants. 

Atkixsok, J. W. (C. L.), York— 
W. R. 

Atki>-so>-, W. H. (Cor.), Dorset. 

Backhouse, J. E. (T.), Dm-ham 
and York — N. R. 

Bakee, H. (Cor.), Herts. 

B.\LDiNG, D. B. (Cor.), Herts. 

Ball, A. J. (Cor.), Gloucester. 

Baebek, H. (C. L.), Carnarvon. 

Baekee, J. H. (Cor.), Isle of Elv.. 

Babnaed, T. (T.), Beds. 

Baetlett, A. D. (Cor.), Berks. 

Bassett, a. (Snrv.), Glamorgan; 

Bait, E. D. (Cor.), Monmouth. 

Baxter, E. Wtnne (Cor.), Susses 
— E. D. 

Batxhs, E. R. (C. p. 4- C. L.), 
Bucks. 

Beal, E. W. (Assf.-C. P.), Middle- 
sex. 

Beaitmont, F. H. (T.), Surrey. 

Bbddoe, H. C. (T.), Hereford. 

Bedfoed, C. St. C. (Cor.), Middle- 

Belk^ J. T. (Coi:), York— N. R. 

Bell, J. (C. P.), Westmoreland. 

BsLL.jun., J. {As3t.-C. P.), West- 
moreland. 

Bell, J. C. (Aiia.), Chester. 

Ben>'et, R. (Cor.), Derby. 

BiCKXELL, p. B. (C. C), Lincoln. 

Bixtlea', J. (Surv.), Westmore- 
land. 

Bishop, C. (C. P.), Carmarthen. 

Bishop, W. T. B. (Cozinty JProsecii- 
tor), Brecknock. 

BLACKsrENE, B. (Cor.), Flint. 

Blackbuene, E. (Cor.), Salop. 

Blake, F. (Cor.), Hants, Isle of 
Wight. 

Blakiston, M. F. (C. p. 4- C. L.), 
Stafford. 

Blandt, Col. (C. C), Berks. 

Blood, W. B. (Cor.), Essex. 

Blunt, T. P. (Ana.), Salop. 

Bltih, a. W. (Ana.), Devop. 



BoEME, M. A. (T.), Northamnton. 
BoifNEE, C. F. (T.), Lincoln— Pts. 

of Holland. 
Booth, J. (Cor.), Stafford. 
Bostock, a. R. (Cor.), West 

Sussex. 
BowEir, T.I. W. (C. C.),Pembroke. 
Bo^EE, H. J. (C. C), York— 

E. R. 
Beabant, H. (Cor.), Herts. 
Beev/ee, W. H. (Cor.), Monmouth. 
Brottx, J. C. (Ana.), Lancaster. 
Beown, p. (C. C), FUnt. 
Bkown, T. p. (Cor.), York— W. E. 
BucHANNAK, A.(C'. L. ^ CoT.), York 

—X. E. 
Bull, S. (Saro.), Chester. 
BUENABT, T. F. A. (C. P. 4- C.L.), 

Nottingham. 
BuEBOw, F. (Cor.), Devcn. 
Buetox, J. F. (C. P.), Lincoln— 

Pts. of Lindsey. 
BusBT, C. S. B. (C. P.), Derby. 

Cadogan, a. H. (.Surf. ), Northum- 
berland. 

Calthbop, J. G. (Cor.), Lincoln. 

Calvebt, E. (C. C), Cambs. 

Cant, T.G. (C. L.), Cumberland 
and Westmoreland. 

Caed, H. (Surv.), East Sussex. 

Cablton, J. (Cor.), Cornwall. 

Caemichael, G. L. (C. C.),Worccs- 
ter. 

Caeeick, i. (Cor.), Cumberland. 

Caeteb, C. (Sitrv.), Bucks. 

Caetee, M. F. (Cor.), Gloucester. 

Caeteb, W. (Cor.), Bast Surrey. 

Caettae, E. a. (Cor.), Kent. 

Case, C. A. (C. L.), Kent. 

Caw, J. (And.), York— W. R. 

Chaeslet, F. (Cor.), Bucks. 

Chaston, C. W. (Cur.), Suffolk. 

Cheese, A. (Cor.). Eadnor. 

Cheeet, J. (C. P.), Suffolk. 

Chetake, W. (Surv.), Hereford. 

Chbistiax, R.-Adml. (C. 6'.), Glou- 
cester. 

Clabk, T. (Surv.), EiponLib. 

Clabke, G. (C. L.), Worcester. 

Claeke, R. E. (Cor.), -Salop. 

Claeke S. (Cor.). Hants 

Clatpon, W. L. (T.), Lincoln— Pts. 
of Holland. 

Clayton, J. (C. C), Carnarvon. 

Cleave, J. (C. P.), Hereford. 

Clegg, W. (Cor.), Lincoln. 

Cobb, J. E. (T.), Brecknock. 

CoBBOLD, C.B., T. C. (P.), Suffolk 
— E. D. 

CoDD, W. (Cor.), Essex. 



Collins, J. B. (C. £.), Cornwall. 

CONGEEVE, W. (C C), STAFPOBU. 

CooDE, J. (P.), Cornwall. 

CooDE, W., (Co. Cleric) Cornwall. 

CooPEE, H. A. P. (P.), Bucks. 

CoEEN, E. W. (Coi-.), Gloucester. 
I ("OEY, J. A. (Surv.), Cumberland. 

Cotton, W. C. (P.), Devon. 
j CoucHMAN, T. B. (Cor.), War- 
' wck. 
I Cox, S. M.'(Co»*.), Devon. 

Cbaddock, S. (Cor.), Somerset. 

Cbompton, Geo. (P.), Derby. 

Ceoziee, W. (Surv.), Durham. 

Cbust, T. (P.), York— E. E. 

CULLEY, R.T. (Cor.), Norfolk. 

CuBBET, B. S. (C. L.), Derby. 

CuTHBEETSON, H. (Cor.), Glamor- 
gan. 

Daniell, H. S. (C. C), Herts. 
Danily, J. (C. 0, Montgomery. 
Davenpoet, T. M. (C. P.> C. L.), 

Oxford. 
Davies, W. (Cor.), Flint. 
D.^WBABN, jun., R. (P.), Lsle of 

Ely. 
D.vT, H. (Cor.), Herts. 
Day, H. W. (P.), Norfolk. 
Dayman, G. (P.), Oxford. 
Deacon,L.J.(C.P.), Peterborough 

Lib. 
Dean, H. (Coj-.), Leicester. 
Dean, T. (Cor.), Durham. 
De'aih, R. (Cor.), Bucks. 
Delasaux, T. T. (Cor.), Kent. 
Devee, H. (Aud.), Glamorgan. 
Dewes, T. (Cor.), Warwick. 
DiPLOCK, T. B. (Cor.), Middlesex. 
Dixon, H. (Cor.), Oxford. 
DixoN,\V. Vibart & W. F. L.(X)f7).- 

C. P.), York— V^. R. 
DoBixsoN, H. (P.), Cumberland 

and Westmoreland. 
DocKEE, R. (Coj-.), Worcester. 
DoNKiN, W. F. (Ana.), Berks and 

Oxford. 
Dbake, J. C. T. (C. C), Bucks. 
Driffield, C. E. (Cor.), Lancas- 
ter. 
Dkcmmond, Captain (C. C), West 

Sussex. 
DiMviLLE, P. V.'. (Dep.-C. P.), 

Hertford. 
Dunn, W. (C. P. 4' C. L.), 

Somerset, 
Dunne, J. (C. C), Cumberland. 

Eaele, T. H. (C. p.), Hants. 
Edge, J. B. (Cor.), Lancaster. 
Edgell, E. J. (C. C), Salop. 



Ixxx 



THE COUNTY COMPAXIOX. 



Edwards, J. E. (C. £.), Chester." 

Edwards, J. N. (T.), Herts— St. 
Albaii's Div. 

Edwahdes, O. T. (Cor.), Pem- 
broke. 

Ellis, T. (C. C), Merioneth. 

Emmkrson.W. L. (Aim.), Leicester, 
Northampton, Rutland. 

Evans, J. (Cor.), Cardigan. 

ByTON, H. M. (Surv.), SuiJoll-:. 

Fairlet, T. (Ana.), York — N. R., 
and Ripon Lib. 

Paulknek, C. D. (Cor.), Oxford. 

Pawcett, AV. M. (Surv.), Camljs. 

Ferris, W. B. (C. C), Isle of Ely. 

Pfooks. T. (C. p. 4- C.L.), Dorset. 

Field, A. S. (C. P.), Warwick. 

Pishek, W. W. (Ana.), Oxford. 

Fletcher, W. J. (Suro.), Dorset. 

Flint, A. A. (Cor.), Stafford. 

Forrest, J. H. (C. C), Hants. 

Foster, C. (C P.), Norfolk. 

FowKE, Bt., Sii- F. T. (T.), Leices- 
ter. 

Franklen, T. M. (C. P.4- C. L.), 
Glamorgan. 

Freer, J. [Dep. C. P.), Leicester. 

PuLFORD, R. (Cor.), Devon. 

Gaches, W. D. (Cor.), Hunts. 
Garfit, W. (T.), Lincoln— Pts. of 

Lindsey. 
Gate, H. S. (Cor.), Devon. 
Gaze, H. S. (Cor.), Devon. 
George, T. (Sarv.), Carmarthen 

and Pembroke. 
Gepp, T. M. (T.), Esses. 
Gibson, H. (C. P. 4" C. L.), Essex. 
Gilbert, W. R. (C. C.),CornwaU. 
GiLBERTsoN, W. (Cor.), Lancaster. 
Glubb, a. C. L. (Cor.), Cornwall. 
GoELE, E. (Cor.) Hants. 
GooLD, V. (C. C), Somerset. 
Grabham, C. (Cor.), York— W. R. 
Grace, E. M. (Cor.), Gloucester. 
Graham, C. (Ana.), Lincoln. 
Grahame, J. (Cor.), Durham. 
Green, J. T. (C. L.), Beds. 
Greene, T. (T.), West Sussex. 
Grenpell, G. p. (Cor.), Cornwall. 
Griffith, J. L. (C P. 4- C. L.), 

Anglesey. 
Griffiths, R. (Surv.), Stafford. 
Grimston, R. v. S. (C. C.),Leices- 

Groves, T. (Sttrv.), Salop. 
Guise, E. (C. P. ^ C. L.), Glouces- 

GwTNNE, E. R. (C. C), Breck- 
nock. 
Hall, E. (Cor.), Montgomei-y. 
Hamerslet, J. H. (C C), Chester. 
Hamerton, J. (C. P.), York — 

W. R. 
Hamilton, Col. (C. L.), Tower 

Hamlets. 
Hamilton, G. De C. (C C), 

Devon. 
Hamley, E. G. (Cor.), Cornwall. 
Harbottle, E. H. (Surv.), N. 

Devon. 
Harfield, R. (Cor.), Hants. 
Harris, jun., E. S. (Surv.), Bucks. 
Harris, W. J. (Cor.), Kent. 
Harrison, G. D. (Dep.-C. P.), 

Montgomery. 
Harrison, G. P. (Cor.), Leicester. 
Harrison, J. P. (C. P. 4- C. L.), 

Montgomery. 
Hartley, B. (Sut-j.), York— W. R. 
Harvey, J. (C. L.), Pembroke. 



Hastings, H. C. (C. C), Surrey. 

Haynes, H. S. (C. p. <?• Cor.), 
Havering-atte-Bower. 

Heaton, .T. P.. (T.), Carnarvon. 

Heelis, E. (C. L.), Westmoreland. 

Hehner,0. (Ana.), Derby, Hants 
—Isle of Wight Div. 

Heigham, C. H. J. (C. C), 
Suffolk. 

Herbert, E. (C. C), Monmouth. 

HiCKES, T. (Surv.), Cornwall. 

Hill, A. B. (Ana.), Warwick. 

Hill, T. (C. C), York— N. R. 

Hinds, G. (Cor.), Kent. 

Hodgson, T. H. (C. P.), Cumber- 
land. 

HoLDEN, H. (C. C), Nottingham. 

HoLDEN, L. (Cor.), Lancaster. 

Hooper, E. (Cor.), Stafford. 

Horsley, J. (Ana.), Hereford. 

HosKiNS, C. T., (T.), Somerset. 

HousLEY, .1. (Cor.), Nottingham. 

Howard, R. N. (Cor.), Dorset. 

Ho WELL, C. H. (Surv.), Surrey. 

HowELL, D. (Cor.), Montgomery. 

HowEiiL, W.M. (3".), Montgomery. 

Hughes, A. J. (T.), Cardigan. 

Hughes, C". H. (T.), Carmarthen. 

Hughes, T. H. (Cor.), Carnarvon. 

Hughes, W. S. P. (Cor.), Worces- 

HuLL, G. H. (Cor.), West SuiTcy. 

HuLTON, p. C. (C. P.), Lancaster. 

HuLTON, T. C. (Hep. 0. P.), Lan- 
caster, 

Humphreys, Sir J. (Cor.), Middle- 
sex. 

HuNNYBUN, G. (Cor.), Hunts. 

Husband, C. (Cor.), Ripon. 

Hutchinson, R. (Surv.), Hunts. 

Ingoldby, H. (T.), Lincoln— Pts. 

of Kestevcn. 
Isaac, J. W. (T.), Worcester. 

James, J. (T. <J" Surv.), Haverford- 
west. 

JiMES, W. P. (Snrv.), Monmouth. 

James, W. V. (Dep.-C. P. <Sr Cor.), 
Pembroke and (C. P.) Haver- 
fordwest. 

Jenkin, S. W. (Sure), Cornwall. 

Jennings, J. M. (Cor.), York— 
E. B., and York— N. R. 

Johnston, H. W. (Aud.), Lancas- 
ter. 

Jones, E. (T.), Anglesey. 

Jones, B. (Ami.), Carmarthen. 

Jones, E. M. (Cor.), Montgomery. 

Jones, E. T. W. (Ana.), Stafford. 

Jones, R. (C. P. -f C L.), 
Merioneth. 

Jones, Thos. (C. i.), Carmarthen, 

Jones, AV. (Cor.), Montgomery. 

Jones, AV. B. C. (T.), Carnarvon. 

Josselyn, p. J. (C. C), Beds. 

JoTCHAM, L. (Cor.), Berks. 

Keal, W. (Cor.), Rutland. 
Keats, C. (T.), Dorset. 
Keep, AV. (C.C), Rutland. 
KiNcuANT, R. H. (C. C), War- 

■nick. 
Kingston, J. (Surv.), Lincoln — 

Parts of Holland. 
KiRBY, T. H. (C. L.),^YAT^\\ck. 
Kirk, C. (Surv.), Lincoln— Parts 

of Kesteven. 
Kitto, B. (Ana.), Cornwall. 
Knights, J. W. (Ana.), Cambs., 

Isle of Ely, Hunts. 



Lait, W. (Surv.), Warwick. 

Langridge,W.J.K.(C.P.&C.X.), 
Sussex. 

Law &, Son (Survii.), North- 
ampton. 

Leach, J. C. (Cor.), Dorset. 

Leadbeatee, Major (C. C), Den- 
bigh. 

Leadbitter, E. (C. Z.), N(nthum- 
berland. 

Leeman.G. (C. p. 4- C. X.), York— 

Lee'man, J. J. (Ji. JDcp.-C. P. /r 
C. L.), York— E. R. 

Lewis, C. C. (Cor.), Essex. 

Lewis, J. P. (Cor.), Carmarthen. 

Lindsay, H. G. (C. C), Glamor- 
gan. 

Little, J. (Sarv.), S. Devon. 

Llanwarne, (Cor.), Hereford. 

Loggin, N. M. (Cor.), Dorset. 

Luard, AV. C. (T.), Glamorgan. 

LuMB, AA''. (Cor.), Cumberland. 

Luxford, G. B. (C. C), East 
Sussex. 

Lynn, J. R. D. (Cor.), Northum- 
berland. 

McCuLLuir, J. D. K. (C. C), 
Northampton and Peterborough 
Lib. 

Marcy, AV. N. (C. P.), Worcester. 

Margetts, C. B. (Cor.), Hunts. 

Markham, H. p. (C. p. 4- C.L.), 
Northampton. 

Marsden, J. (Solicitor), York — 
W. R. 

Marshall, W. (Cor.), Isle of Ely. 

Martin, J. (Cor.), AVorcester. 

Martindale, H. (T.), Westmore- 
land. 

Mathias, H. (T.), Pembroke. 

Maule, E. (C. p. c|- ex.), Hunts. 

Maynard, C. (Cor.), Dm'ham. 

Medland, J. (Surv.), Gloucester. 

Meek, A. G. (r.), AA'ilts. 

Melville, A. S. L. (T.), Lincoln- 
Parts of Lindsey. 

Merriman, R. AV. (C. P. 4- C.L.), 
Wilts. 

Metcalfe, F. M. (C. P.), Isle of 
Ely. 

MiCHELMORE, H. (C. P.), Devon. 

Mitchinson, G. (Cor.), Lincoln. 

MoLESwoRiu, J. (Cor.), Lan- 
caster. 

Montgomery, J. W. (Ana.) Cum- 
berland. 

Moody, Dr. (Cor.). Lincoln. 

Moore, H. (Cor.), Hereford. 

MooRsoM, H. M (C. G.) Lancaster. 

Morgan, W. (Ana.), Cai-martlieii. 

Morgan, AA'. (Cor.), Stafford. 

Morland, J. T. (C. P.), Berks. 

Morris, J. (Surv.), Berks. 

Munckton, AV. AV. Cor.), Somer- 
set. 

Napier, J. (Ana.), Suffolk. 
Newill, R. D. (Cor.), Salop. 
Newton, AV. (Cor.), Nottingham. 
Nicholson, E. (Cor.), York— 

AV. R. 
Nicholson, R. (C. P. 4- C. X.), 

Herts, Middlesex. 

Oakes, H. a. (T.), AA^est Suffolk. 
Oldham, P. J. (Cor.), Leicester. 
Oldman, T. H. (Cor.), Lincoln. 
O'Neill, J. (Aud.) Bucks. 
Overton, G. (Ccr.), Glamorgan. 
OwsN, C. M. C. C), Oxford. 



LIST OF CLERKS OF THE PEACE, (fec. 



Ixxxi 



Owen, J. (C. P.), Pembroke. 
OwBjr, T. R. (C. L.), Haverford- 
west 

Padlet, J. S. {Sure.), Lincoln — 
Parts of Lindscy. 

PiLiiEE, C. W., {Cor.), Cambs. 

Paxk, jun., H. (r.), Peterborotigli 
Lib. 

Parkeb, J. T. (Cor.), Northamp- 
ton. 

Paeeott, J. (Cor.), Bucks. 

Paeey, E. {Sun:.), Nottingham. 

Paebt, P. P. (C. C), Derby. 

Patcheii, E. {T.), iS'ottingham. 

Pattinsox, J. (Alia.), Northum- 
berland. 

Pat>-e, W. .T. (Cor.), London. 

Peaese, T. W. (C. p.), Beds. 

Peaese & Ceosse (C. L.), Devon. 

Peed, S. (C. L.), Cambs. 

Peele, E. C. (r.), Salop. 

Peele, G. De Couect (C P. ^ 
C. L.), Salop. 

Peebs, J. (C. P.), Denbigh. 

Petees, C. p. (T.), Radnor. 

Philipps, W. (C. C.), Carmarthen. 

PniLLiPS, J. (C. P.), Lincoln — 
Parts of Kesteven. 

Phillips, "W.H. (Cor.), Stafford. 

Phipsok-, R. M. (5!(ct).), Norfolk. 

PiEECE, E. f Cor.), Denbigh. 

Pieece, O. (SHri'.), Merioneth. 

PiGOTT, P. (C. C), Norfolk. 

PiKiriGEE, ,T. C. (Cor.), Berks. 

Poole, W. S. (Cor.), War-nick. 

Potts, C. W. (C. P.) Chester. 

PowNALL, F. H. (Sun:), Mid- 

tUcSGS. 

PoTNiz, M. H. (C. C), Esses. 
Peice, F. ( Cor.) , Lancaster. 
PuGHE.W. A. (Cor)., Montgomery. 

RATCLirp, T. "W. (Cor.), Tower 

Hamlets. 
Read, E. J. (C P.), London. 
Reanjst, R. a, (T*.), Hunts. 
Redwood, T. (Atia.), Middlesex. 
Reece, B. B. (Cor.), Glamorgan. 
Reeve, W. N. (C. P. <f- C. X.), 

Leicester. 
RicnABDsojr, J. (Surv.), Rutland. 
RiDDiFOED, G. F. (r.), Gloucester. 
ROBEETS, A. T. (C. P. ^ C. L.), 

Flint. 
RoBEETs, F. R. (C. p. cf- C. L.), 

Cardigan. 
RoBUKTs, J. H. (C P. 4- Cor.), Car- 
narvon. 
Roberts, J. L. (C.£. ^T.), Berks. 
RoBEETs, R. J. (Cor.), Anglesey. 
Robeets, T. (Dep.-C. P.), Chester. 
Robinson, A. J. (Cur.), York — 

W. R. 
Robinson, G. (County Finance 

Cleric), Northampton. 
Robinson, H. F. (Cor.), Lancaster. 
Robinson, J. (Surv.), Hants. 
Robinson, W. W. (Cor.), Oxford. 
RoDD, R. R. {Cor.), Devon. 
Rogers, J. (Cor.), Kent. 
Roopee, H. G. (C. C), Hunts. 
RoPEE, D. T. (T.), Flint. 
Route, J. (Aud.), York— N. R. 
RowE, H. (Surv.), Worcester. 
Rowland, J. (Cor.), Cardigan. 
Rowlands, J. (Cor.), Carmarthen, 
Ruck, F. W. (Sun-.), Kent. 
Russell, F. (C.P.), Kent. 



Russell, T. S. (C. C), York— 

W.R. 
RuxTON, J. H. H. (C. C), Kent. 

Sale, J. (Cor.), Derbv. 

Salmon, W. (C. L.), Suffolk. 

Sanderson, S. (C. P.), Northum- 
berland. 

Sandeeson, W. B. (Aud.), War- 
wick. 

Seakgeant, E. C. (r.), Stafford. 

Settle, J. (Cor.), Durham. 

Sharplet. T. (Cor.), Lincoln. 

Sheild, W. (Cor.), Rutland. 

Shellabeab. S. (C. L.), Norfolk. 

Shilliioe,F. (Cor.), Herts. 

SiEBALD, Dr. (Ana.), Westmore- 
land. 

SniET, R. (C. P.), Durham. 

Smith, A. O. (Dep.-C. P.), Dm-ham. 

Smith, H. G. (C. L.), London. 

Smith, J. (C. i.), Hants. 

Smith, U. A. (.Swrr.), Herts. 

Smith, W. (T.), Warwick. 

Smite, W. (T.), Havering-atte- 
Bower. 

Smite, W. B. (5'i(rr.),Leice.ster. 

Stephens, W. (C. P. 4- C. L. 4- 
Cor.), Radnor. 

Steene, Capt. (C. C), Wilts. 

Stevenson, T. (Ana.), Beds and 
Suri-ey. 

Stock, H. (Sure.), Esses. 

Stock, W. F. R. (Ana.), Durham. 

Stokes, H. S. (C.P.), Cornwall. 

Stoeet, J. (Surv.), Derby. 

Sutton, F. (^wfr.), Norfo'lk. 

SwETE, H. (^Ana.), Radnor. 

SwETE, H. (Ana.), Worcester. 

Swettenham, W. N. (Sure), 
Montgomery. 

SwoEDER, J. T. (Cor.), Herts. 

Sylvester, F. T. (Cor.), Wilts. 

Symonds, G. (Cor.), Dorset. 

Symonds, J. F. (C. L.) Hereford. 

Szlumpeb, J. W. (Surv.), Cai'digan. 

Tanqueeat, F. T. (Cur.), Beds. 

Taylor, T. (Cor.), York— E. R. 

Taylor, T. (Cor.), York— W. R. 

Taylor, W. F. (Sure), Bucks. 

Telfee, J. D. (C. C), Hereford. 

Teeey", W. (Cor.), Northampton. 

Thelwall, B. H. (Cor.), Denlngh. 

Thomas, D. (C. P.), Brecknock. 

Thomas, D. W. J. (Cor.), Breck- 
nock. 

Thomas, G. (Cor.), Carmarthen. 

Thomas, H. E. (Dep.-C. P.), Breck- 
nock. 

Thomas, .T. (Surv.), CamaiTon. 

Thomas, J. D. (Cor.), Middlesex. 

Thomas, S. (Cor.), Haverfordwest. 

Thomas, W. H. (C. C), Anglesey. 

Thomson, C. G. (Cor.), Westmore- 
land. 

Tidy, Professor (Ana.), Esses. 

ToLLEB, T. H. (Cor.), Devon. 

Tollitt, H. J. {Surv.), Oxford. 

ToMLiNsoN, J. (And.), Chester. 

Townshend, C. (0*.), Chester. 

Trevor, W. C. (Dep.-C. P.), York 
— N. R. 

Trew, a. p. (Cor.), Salop. 

Trotter J. (C. L.), Durham. 

Teunman, Dr. (Ana.), Notting- 
ham. 

Veegette, jun., E. (Cor.), Peter- 
borough Lib. 



VULLIAMV, A. F. (Cor.), Suffolk. 

Wade-Gery, C. R. (Cor.), Hunts. 
Walton, J. S. (Cor.), York— N. R. 

and York— W. R. 
Wanklyn, J. A. (Ana.), Bucks. 
I Wareen, G. C. (Cor.), Salop. 
j Waters, C. W. (Cor.), Hants. 
i Watson, G. E. (Cor.), Northum- 
: berlaud. 

I Watson, W.(Surv. a.ml And.), Beds. 
I Watts, R. J. (Cor.), Stafford. 
I Weaver, H. (Surv.), AVilts. 
j Webb, G. A. (County CIrrk), Hants. 

Weedon, W. (Cor.), Berks. 
I Westell, F. (Cor.), Oxford. 
I Weston, A. (Cor.), Northampton. 
Weyman, U. T. (Cor.), Salop. 
Wheblton, .j. T. (C. C), Radnor. 
[ Whiston, W. H. (Cor.\, Derbv. 
Whitakee, C. W. (Surv.), West 

Susses. 
Whitfield, F. B. (T.), Susses— 

E. D. 
White, F. T. (C. P.), Lincohi— 

Parts of Holland. 
White, G. F. (C. C), Durham. 
White, G. G. (Cor.), Cornwall. 
White, R. A. (C. L. 4- Cor.), Lin- 
coln. 
Whitmaesh, W. B. (Cor.), Wilts. 
Whittingham, D. (Cor.), Notting- 
ham. 
Whyley, M. (Cor.), Beds. 
WiGAN, L. D. (T.), Kent. 
Wightman, D. (Cor.), York— 

W. R. 
Wilkins, T. M. (Cor.), Norfolk. 
Wilkinson, J. (.Tt.-Dei>.-C. P. 4- 

C. L.), York— E. R. 
Williams, D. (Surv.), Flint. 
Williams, E. (C. i.), Brecknock. 
Williams, G. J. (Cor.), Dolgclly. 
Williams, J. (Cor.), Brecknock. 
Williams, R. A. (Cor.), Breck- 
nock. 
Williams, R. L. (Surv.), Denbigh. 
Williams, S.W. (Atry.), Radnor. 
Williams, W. (Surv.), Brecknock, 
Williams, W. (T.), Merioneth. 
Williams, W. 0. A. (T.), Mon- 
mouth. 
Williams, W, L. (Solicitor) ,Ycrk— 

AY. R. 
Wilson & Deacon (C. X.), Lan- 
caster. 
Wilson, R. M. (Cor.), Wilts. 
Wilson, T. (Dep. C. P.), Lan- 
caster (Cor.), Westmoreland. 
Winn, E. J. (T.), York— W. R. 
Wise, F. T). (Dep.-C. P.),Ripon. 
Wise, S. (C. P.), Ripou. 
Wood, A. (Cor.), York— N. R. 
Wood, J. (y.),Ripon. 
Wood, J. P. (Cor.), York— E. R., 

York— N. R., and York— W. R. 
Woods, J. A. (T.), Northumber- 
land. 
Worley, j. (Cor.), Bucks. 
AVoEiHAM, H. (C. P.), Cambs. 
Wyatt, Osmond A. ( C. P. 4- C.L.), 

Monmouth. 
Wyatt, R. H. (C. P. 4- C. L.), 

Surrey. 
Wybbants, j. (Cor.), Somerset. 
Wynn, H. B. W. W. (C. p.). Tower 
Hamlets. 

Yeoman, T. L. (C.P.), York— N. R, 
YoNGE.G. E. (r.), Hants. 



Ixxxii ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E 



DOWNTON, SALISBURY. 



FOR INTENDING LANDOWNERS, LAND AGENTS, FARMERS, 
SURVEYORS AND COLONISTS, 



The peculiar feature of the College, in -wliich it differs from all similar institutions in 
this country, is the possession and actual management of a large mixed Farm of 550 acres, 
all the details and cost of working which are laid before the Students. The College, there- 
fore, offers to each Student all the advantages of a private pupil under a Farmer, combined 
with the highest collegiate instruction in the Sciences on which the Art of Agriculture is 
based. 

The Farm, with the exception of 45 acres of water-meadows and 50 acres of drj- pasture 
and marsh, is arable land, and the course of cropping is planned with the view of maint:uning 
a heavy stock of sheep and growing about 200 acres of corn. The Live Stock include a 
permanent flock of 700 Hampshire Down Ewes and Ewe Tegs, a Dairy of from 25 to 30 Cows, 
and a large number of Pigs and Poultry. Butter making and Cheese making are regularly 
carried on in the Dairy. 



THE SUBJECTS TAUGHT AEE— 

AGRICULTURE, DAIRY AND PASTORAL FARMING, 

ESTATE MANAGEMENT, LAND AGENCY AND FORESTRY, 

MENSURATION, LAND SURVEYING AND ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING, 

BOOK-KEEPING AND COMMERCIAL KNOWLEDGE, 

PHYSICS AND MECHANICS, 

GENERAL AND AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY, 

GEOLOGY AND MINERALOGY, 

BOTANY AND VEGETABLE PHYSIOLOGY, 

ZOOLOGY, INCLUDING ENTOMOLOGY, 

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY, 

VETERINARY MEDICINE AND SURGERY. 



The Lectures and Field Classes arc supplemented by Practical Work on the Farm, in the 
Bams, and in the Dairy, and in the Chemical and Physiological Laboratories and Dissecting 
Room. 

The College is very pleasantly situated on the banks of the Christchurch Avon, and 
between the New Forest on the east and the Hampshire Downs on the west. The Students 
are mostly drawn from the Public Schools and the Universities. Gentlemen imder 2 1 years 
of age reside in the College, and above that age they are received as Out-Students. 

The Prospectus, containing fuU details, may be had on application to-"- 

THE PRESIDENT, 

College of Agriculture, 

Downton, 

Salisbury. 



THE COUNTY COMPANION, 

STATISTICAL CHEONICLE, 



AND 



1882. 



^ It should he carefully noted that the Population figures for 1881 have been inserted wher- 
ever it has been possible to ascertain them. In several instances the figures for 1871 have 
been allowed to remain as the detailed report of the Census Commissioners will not be 

published before the end of 1882, and pending its publication onli/ estimates could be given. 
In the case of Petty Seisional and School Board district jJopulation where the figures for 
1881 have been supplied from local sources these have been given in italics. The 

figures for 1881 are given for all Urban Sanitary and Poor Law areas. 



ENG^LAND. 

COUNTY OF BEDFORD. 

A couNTT of the South Midland division, having for its boundaries Hunts and North, 
amptonshii-e on the north, Cambs and Herts on the east, Herts and Bucks on the 
south, and Bucks on the west. Extreme length, 31 miles ; breadth, 2o miles ; andabout_73 
miles in circumference. Watered by the rivers Ouse, Ivel, and Lea. The Grand Junction 
Canal skirts the -western border, running through Bucks. The London and North 
"Western Railway passes through the south-western part of the shire by Leighton 
Buzzard, sending off a branch, 7 miles in length, to Dunstable, and another from Bletchley 
to Wobum, Ampthill and Bedford, from wliich place there is a continuation (by Sandy 
and Potton) to Cambridge, thus bringing the two universities in direct communication. 
The Northampton and Peterborough branch skirts the northern part of the county. 
The Great Northern passes Hitchin and Biggleswade to Huntingdon and Peterborough. 
The Midland main line enters the county a little below Luton, and passes through 
Bedford and Sharnbrook to Leicester ; a branch from Bedford joins the Great Northern 
at Hitchin (formerly the most southern point of the Midland system). A branch from 
the Great Northern from Cambridge joins the main line of that company at Hitchin. 
The general aspect of the county is undulating, the chalk hills sometimes presenting con- 
siderable boldness of contour. The downs are chiefly used as sheep-walks. The greensand 
and gault formations constitute a separate chain of hills, traversing the county in a. direc- 
tion somewhat parallel with the chalk downs. Where the greensand rises into considerable 
eminences the soil is poor, and forms either very indifferent pasture land or is covered with 
heath. The moi-e level tracts, however, possess considerable fertility, and contain many 
large dairy farais, the produce of which — chiefly butter— is sent to the London markets. 
To the north of these hills lies the vale of Bedford, situated upon the lower and middle 
oolite, and watered by the river Ouse, which flows through it in a very winding course, and 
divides the county into two unequal parts. The oolitic beds always exhibit excellent corn 



2 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

lands, and henco the vale of Bedford is one of the finest corn-producing districts in the 
kingdom. A rich and gravelly loam prevails on the sides of the rivers. The greater part 
of the county is under cultivation, few large patches remaining in a natural state. Mineral 
springs exist at Barton, Bedford, Bletsoo, Blunham, Bromham, Bushmead, Clapham, 
Cranfield, Holcutt, Milton-Ernest, Odoll, Pertenhall, Risley, Silsoe, and Turvey. They 
have different properties, some being saline, others chalybeate, but none are in high 
repute. Bedfordshire returns two members to Parliament ; its borough representation 
is confined to Bedford, which also returns two members. The whole of the county is 
included in the diocese of Ely and pro^^nce of Cantcrburj^ and forms an archdeaconrj', 
comprehending the deaneries of Bedford, Clapham. Dunstable, Eaton, Fleete, and ShefFord. 
It was formerly in the Norfolk countj'. but is now in the Midland circuit, the assizes being 
held at Bedford. The count}- has nine hundreds, all of old names, mentioned in Domesday 
Book, namely — Stodden, Willey, and Barford, in the north ; the libei'ty, half hundred, or 
borough of Bedford, in the north midland; Eedbomestoke (Ampthill). in the west; 
Wixhamtree, in the east midland ; Biggleswade and Clifton (ShcfforJ). in the east ; 
Manshcad (Wobum) and Flitt (Luton), in the south. The shii-c has 134 civil parishes; 6 
l^oor-law unions and registrj' districts; 3 municipal boroughs [Bedford,* Dunstable,* and 
Luton*] ; 3 urban sanitary authorities, 6 rural sanitary authorities, and 2 turnpike trusts. 
It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 6 petty sessional divisions 
and 8 lieutenancy sub-divisions. The borough of Bedford has a commission of the peace 
and a separate coui-t of quarter sessi£)ns; the boroughs of Dunstable and Luton have 
commissions of the peace ; the three boroughs also haA-e their ovsm police. 

Geological JDcscription. — The geological features of the county include the lower 
and middle oolite in the northern part, the lower and upper greensand and the gault in 
the more central portions, stretching across the entire district from west to east, and the 
chalk range of the Luton and Dunstable Downs in the southern part of the shire, being a 
continuation of the Chiltern Hills from Buckinghamshire. 

Historival Notes. — In remote times Bedfordshire was the scene of many conflicts 
between various warlike tribes. . The Roman occupation dates from the reign of the 
Emperor Claudius, two of the great military roads being carried through the county. 
Not far- from Biggleswade a space of thirty acres goes by the name of Ctesar's Camp. In 
Saxon times the count)- formed part of the kingdom of Mercia. The great Offa was buried 
at Bedford, but his grave was swept away by a flood of the Ouso. The Danes overran the 
shire in 1009 and 1010, in the reign of Ethelred II., and burned Bedford and Temosford 
(Tempsf ord) . It is supposed that all the baronial castles in the county of any note, with 
the exception of that at Bedford, had been destroyed in the reign of ffing John, and it is 
perhaps owing to this that we read of so few occurrences in Bedfordshire during the 
War of the Roses. At the outbreak of the Parliamentary war, this shire took part in the 
formation of a body known by the name of the Eastern Associates, whose infantry were 
commanded by the Earl of Manchester, and their cavalry- by Cromwell. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^-c. — The principal towns are engaged in the corn trade, the 
shire gro^v-ing much wheat. Other market towns are Wobum, at which is Wobum Abbey 
(the seat of the Duke of Bedford), Potton, Harrold, and Shefford. The county is most 
remarkable for its tillage. The only branches of manufacture are pillow lace, worked by 
the country people, straw plait from Dunstable and Luton, and matting from the rushes 
of the Ouse, &c. 

Electoral, Financial and General Statistics. — Area of county, 295,509 acres; 
number of houses (1881) inhabited, 31,545 ; ditto uninhabited, 1,924 ; ditto biiilding, 165J; 
population (1881) : males, 70,341; females, 79,120; total, 149,461; average number of 
persons to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors 

inl881 (excluding Bedford borough), 7,335: valuation for county assessment (to March 25th 
1881), £670,804 ; for poUco assessment, £593,513 ; received by county rate (4§d.), £13,613 
receivedby police rate (2id.), £5,908; total receipts, £25,577; total expenditure, £33,689 
amount of loans outstanding (March 25th, 1881). £51,200. 

Police and Criminal Statistics. — The county force ccmpi-ised (Sept. 29th, 1881) 1 chief 
constable (Lt.-Col. F. J. Jossehm), at £300 yearly and £100 allowances; 6 superintendents 
(W. Shepherd, Dep. G.C., Leighton Buzzard; Geo. James, Ampthill; A. Kennedy, Bedford; 
W. Bedlow, Biggleswade ; E. Tydemnn, Luton ; and J.Carruthers,Sharnbrook), from £165 to 
£140 yearly; 1 chief clerk at £125 yearly ; 2 inspectors at £100 each yearly; 9 sergeants 
from 32s. 8d. to 28s. weekly; and 72 constables from 28s. 7d. to 22s. 2d. weekly; 



• Vide "The Municipal Corporations Corapnnion," &c. Published annually by 'Watcrlow & Sons' 
Limited, London Wall, London, E.G. Price 5o., 7s. Grf., and 12s. 



1882.] BEDFORD. 3 

total of all ranks, 90. The cost of the force in the previous year was £9,653 ; the 
proportion paid hy the Government was £3,799. The area of the district is 290,042 acres. 
For 102 indictable offences reported, 61 persons were apprehended and 40 committed for 
trial; for offences determined summarily, 1,281 persons were proceeded against and 1,143 
convicted, 176 persons and 168 convictions respectively being classed under charges of 
drunkenness. There are 426 public-houses, 318 beer-houses and 21 refreshment-houses 
within the district controlled by the force. 

Affricultural Statistics {to June, ISSl). — Total acreage under crops, bare fallow and 
grass, 259,171, -v-iz. : com, 108,877; green crops, 31,868; clover, grasses, &c., 18,434; 
permanent pasture, &c., 81,621 ; bare fallow, &c., 18,313. The total number of horses 
-was 12,168 ; cattle, 32,046 ; sheep, 139,717, and pigs, 29,795. 

Principal Markets, Fairs, ^c— Bedford : .Saturd;iys and Mondays (pigs) — first Tues- 
day in Lent; April 21; first Tuesday in July (wool); August 21; October 12 (cattle); 
Xovember 17 (cattle) ; December 19. Biiigleawudc : Wednesdays and Saturdays — February 
14; Low Saturday (cattle); ^Vhit-Monday ; third Friday and Satui-day in September; 
November 8 (cattle). Bun stable: Wednesday — Ash-Wednesday; May 22; August 12 ; 
November 12 (cattle) ; September 16. LclgJitnn Buzzard : Tuesday — February 5 ; second 
Tuesday in April ; A\Tiit Tuesday ; first Friday in July (wool) ; July 26 ; October 24 ; 
first Tuesday after December 10. Luton : Mondaj-s (com and straw plait) and Saturdays — 
third lilonday in April and October (cattle) , and Friday foUo%ving the third Monday in 
September. IVobuni : Friday — January 1 ; March 23 ;" July 13; October 6 (cattle). 

Xetcspapers. — Bedfordshire Express. Satui'day; Id. I. 1859, W. CarKng, Bed- 
ford. — Bedfordshire Herald. Saturday, Id. C. 1877. Thompson & Son, Bedford. — 
Bedfordshire Mercary. Saturday, 2d. L. 1837. Rowland Hill & Co., Bedford. — Bedford- 
shire Times (f- Independent. Saturday, 2d. I. 1845. Joshua Hawkins and Ai-thur 
Eansom, Bedford. — Bedford Record. Satm-day, Id. L. 1874. J. Walsh, Bedford. — 
Dunstable Borough Gazette. Wednesday, Id. L. 1865. H. Ballans, Dunstable. — Weekly 
Meporter ^- Dunstable &; Leighton Buzzard Adrertiser. Saturday, Id. L. 1878. Joshua 
Hawkins and Arthur Ransom, Bedford. — I.eighton Buzzard Observer. Tuesday, Id. L. 
1861. E. Muddiman, Lcighton Buzzard. — Luton Reporter, %e. Saturday, Id. I. 1874. 
Joshua Hawkins and Arthur Ransom, Luton. — Luton Times ^ Advertiser. Friday, Id. C. 
1855. A. Atkins, Bedford. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 

The Right Hon. Fhaxcis Thomas, Eahl Cowpeu, k.g., Panshanger, Herts. 

Higli Sheriff (1881-2). 
Joseph Shitttlewokth, Esq., Old Warden, Biggleswade. 

Members of Parliament. 

Tlio Marqvis of Tavistock (l). James Howaiid, Esq. (l). 

Chairman and Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 

HoLDEx AT Bedford. 

Col. William Stuart, Chairman. Francis John Thyxne, Esq., Vice-Chairman. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 

Amptkill Division. 

*Brooks, Major J. H. (1863), Manor House, j Lowther, m.p.. The Hon. W. (1876), 

Flitwick, Ampthill Ampthill Park, Ampthill 

Cowper, K.G., The Right Hon. Earl *Thynne, Esq., Francis John (1851), 



(1863), Lord Lieutenant, Panshanger, 

Herts. 
Coventry-- Campion, Esq., J. G. (1873), 

Pilloxhill, Ampthill 
■Jekyll,Esq., Edward Joseph (1879), Higham 

Bury, Ampthill 



Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Haynes 
Park, Bedford 
Tylecote, Rev. Canon T. (1845), Chairman 
of Division, Marston, Ampthill 



THE COUNir COMPANION'. 



Bedford 

Alinj^ton, Esq., Julius (1877), Littlo Bar- 
ford, St. Neots 
*Bamard, T., Esq. (1855), Coplc House, 

Bedford 
Chalk, Rev. R. G. (1852), Wilden, Bedford 
*Griinshawe, Esq., C. L. (1863), Golding- 

ton Grange, Bedford 
*Higgins, Esq., C. L. (1832), 'Purvey 

Abbey, liedford 
Higgins, Esq., G. (1870), Bedford 
•Higgins, Esq., W. F. (1870), 'Purvey 

House, Bedford 
Howard, Esq., m.p., J. (18G6), Clapham 

Park, Bedford 
Humblcy, Lieut. -Co^l. ^Y.W.W. (1855), 

Cressener House, St. Neots 



[1882. 



Btv'mon. 

Macan, Esq., T. A. (1868), The Lodge, 

Elstow, Bedford 
Mills, Major-Gen. C. J. C. (1871), Car- 

dington, Bedford 
Nash, Esq., W. J. (1875), Bedford 
Pym, Esq., A. (1874), Ampthill, Bedford 
*Stuart,Col.W. (1851), Chairmun of Quarter 

Scsaions and of Bigglesumde Division, 

Teinpsford Hall, Sandy 
Sunderland, Capt. T. J. (1872), Ravens- 
don, Bedford 
♦Tavistock, m.p., The Marquis of (1875), 

Oakley, Bedford 
Thornton, Esq., H. (1853), Kempston 

Grange, Bedford, Chairman of Division 



Biggleswade 

♦Astell, Esq., J. H. (1869), Woodbury 

Hall, Sandy 
*Burgoyne, Bart., Sir J. M. (1859), Sutton 

Park, Potton 
Gust, Esq., H. F. C. (1851), Cockayne 

Hatley, Potton 
Fordham, Esq., E. K. (1870), Ashwell, 

Baldock 
*Foster, Esq., J. X. (1857), Sandy Place, 

Sandy 
Harvey, Esq., J. E. A. (1876), Ickwell 

Bury, Biggleswade 
Lindsell, Esq., C. S. (1866), The Holme, 

Biggleswade 
*Lindsell, Colonel R. H. (1857), Fairfield, 

Bi-'-a-lcswade 



Dicision. 

*Osborn, Bart., Sir G. R. (1873), High- 
lands, Shcfford 
*Osborn, Esq., H. J. R. (1876), Chicksands 

Priory, Shefford 
Payne, Bart., Sir S. G. (1861), Blunham 

House, Sandy 
Peel, Esq., m.p., A. AV. (1862), Sandy 
*Pym, Esq., F. (1872), Radwell House, 

Baldock 
Shuttleworth, Capt. F. (1877), Old 

Warden, Biggleswade 
Shuttleworth, Esq., J. (1875), Old Warden, 

Biggleswade 
AVilkinson, Licut.-Col. R. H. (1861), 

Chcsfield Lodge, Stevenage 



Lelghton Bn. 

Bassott, Esq.. V. (1871), The Heath, Leigh- 
ton Buzzard 

♦Bedford, Duke of (1863), Woburn Abbey, 
Woburn 

Burton, Esq., W. S. (1872), Walton Hall, 
Bletchley 

*Cooper, Major W. C. (1839), Toddington 
Park, Dunstable 

D}Tnond, Esq., Edward Ernest (1879), 
Aspley Guise, Woburn 

•Gilpin, Bart., Sir R. T. (1835), Chn. ofDiv., 
Hookliffe Grange, Leighton Buzzard. 



zzard Division. 

Hanmor, Bart., Sir W. E. (1856), Rushmcro 

Lodge, Leighton Buzzard 
*]\Lacnamara, Esq., A. (1853), Eaton Bray 

Lodge, Dunstable 
Parker, E.sq., C. S. (1866), Aspley Guise, 

Woburn 
*Rus.sell, Lord C. J. Fox (1834), Chairman 

of Woburn JSeneh, Woburn 
Stuart, Esq., C. P. (1868), Woburn Sands,. 

Woburn 



Luton Division. 



Adye, Rev. F. W. (1851), Markyate Coll, 

Dunstable 
Brandreth, Esq., H. C. G. (1880), Houghton 

Regis, Dunstable 
Crawley, Esq., F. (1880), Stockwood, Luton 
Crawley, Esq., J. S. (1851), Stockwood, 

Luion, Chairman of Division 
Flow(n-. Esq., A. (1880), The Hyde, Luton 
[Taslam, Rev. C. E. (1878) Toddington, 

Dunstable 



Lyde, Esq., Lionel N. F. Ames (1879), 

Ayot St. Lawrence, Welwyn 
OakieY,Esq.,G. (1874), Lawrence End, Luton 
Sebright, Bart., Sir J. G. S. (1869) 
Sowerby, Esq., G. (1869), Puttoridge Bm-y, 

Luton 
T()ulri)in,E.sq.,H. (1875). The Pre, St. A11)ans 
Welch, Esq., A. P. (1872), Hart Hill,Lutoa 



1882.] 



BEDFORD. 

Sharnbrook Division. 



*Bagnall, Esq., T. (1873) Milton Ernest, 
Bedford 

Gibbard, Esq., Leonard G. S. (1870), Sharn- 
brook House, Sharnbrook 

Green, Esq., H. H. (1872), Felmersham, 
Bedford 

Ma^niac, Esq., m.p., C. (18G8), Colworth, 
Bedford 



Magniac, Esq., H. E. (1880), Chesterfield 
House, Mayfair 

Marlyn, Esq., J. (1872), Wood End, Per- 
tenhall. Kimbolton 

Orlebar,Esq.,R.(18.57),Hinwick,Wellingbro' 

*St. John of Blctsoe, Lord (1863), Chair- 
man of Division, Melchbourne, Bedford 

AVatson,Esq.,E.S. (1880), Riverside House, 
Sharnbrook 



Non-Resident Magistrates. 



Alston, Esq., C (1840) 

Bayly, Esq., T. H. D. (1869), Edwinstowc 

House, Newark 
Beauford, Esq., H. W. (1844), Sudborough 

House, Thrapston 
Bromilow, Esq., D. (1868), BitteswcU Hall, 

Lutterworth 
Chapman, Esq., T. (1868), Guildford, Suri-ey 
Clegg,Rev. J. ( 1 866) , Newchurch, iManchester 
Harter, Esq., James F. H. (1875) 
Jary, Major R. H. H. (1871), Bitteswell 

Hall, Lutterworth 



Lucas, Esq., F. (1864), Hitchin 

Pear.-^on, Esq., G. J. H. (1875), Stoke 

Albany House, Market Harborough 
Prime, Esq., C. (1868) 
Ryder, The Hon. F. D. (1843), Ickleford 

House, Hitchin 
Sullivan, ii.x., K.c.n., Rear-Adml. Sir F.W. 

(1865), Army and Navv Club, London 
Tower, Esq., C. (1838), Huntsmore Park, 

Ivor, Bucks 



Deputy Lieutenant not a Magistrate. 
Thynne, Esci., J. C, Haynes Park, Bedford. 

Chief County Officials. 

Clerk of the Peace— ThecA W. Pcarse,Esq. (Bedford) ; Clerk to the Lieutenancy, S. Thos. 
Green, Esq. (Woburn) ; County Treasurer — Thomas Barnard, Esq., J.P. (Bedford) ; Chiff 
Constable — Lt.-Col. F. J. Josselyn (Bedford); County Coroners — Mark Why ley, Esq. 
(Bedford); F. T. Tanqucray, Esq. (Wobum) ; Coroner for Ampth ill Honor — F. T. Tanque- 
ray, Esq. (Woburn) ; Under Sheriff— 1. J. Hooper, Esq. (Biggleswade) ; County Surveyor— 
W. Watson, Esq. (Shefford, Beds) ; County Analyst — Dr. Thomas Stevenson (Guy's 
Hospital, London, S.E.). 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



Divisions. 



Amptliill . . 

Bedford . . 

Biggleswade 

Leiijhton Buzzard 
and Wobum 

Xiuton 
.■Sbainbrook 



Area. 
Acres. 



43,.366 
62,555 
58,691 
39,206 

31,406 

54,818 



Popula- 1 
tion 
(1871). j 



18,072 
18,452 

20,540 

10,142 
12,189 



I 
Petty Sessions held at and on j Clerks to Magistrates, gjjijjj-y 



Court House, Ampthill [alter- 
nnte Tliursilai/s} 

Shire Hall, Bedford (alter- 
nate Saturdays) 

Town Hall, Biggleswade 
{alternate Wednesdays) . . 

Assem.Rooms,Leightou Buz- 
zard ('2nd & itii Tuesdays) . 

Town HaU, Woburn(rt ?<eniafe 
Fridays) 

Court House, Luton (alter- 
nate Mondays) 

Coui-t House, Sharnbrook 
(alternate Fridays) 





i- 


John Green, M.A., 


187 


Woburn 




Theed W. Pearse, 


179 


Bedford 




T. J. Hooper, Big- 


337 


gleswade 




) 


/ 154 


John Green, M. A., 




r Woburn 
} 


214 


F. C. ScargiU, 


145 


Luton 




J. Garrard, Olney, 


130 



Bucks 



THE COUNTY COMPANION'. 



[1882» 



Urban Sanitary Authorities 



Authorities. 


Character of 
Authority. 


Population 
(1881). 


Rateable Value 
(1881). 


Names of Clerks. 


Bedford 

Dunstable 
Luton . , 


Municipal borouKli 
Municipal l)orough 
Municipal borough 


19,532 

1,627 

23,959 


£ 
66,561 
13,357 

80,806 


Thomas S. Porter 
C. S. Benning 

tjoo. BaUcy 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



Unions 
and Authorities. 



Ampthill . . 
Bedford (P.L.A.) 
(R.S.A.) 
Biggleswade 
Leigbtou Buzzard 
Luton 
Woburn 



Area. 
Acres. 



41,551 

97,247 
95,047 
58,041 
38,015 
40,836 
29,603 



Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 



16,254 
42,931 
23,399 
27,375 
18,316 
39,495 
9,878 



Rateable 
value 
(1881). 



£ 

86,739 
231,785 
156,313 
140,278 
105,117 
166,733 

.58,266 



Names of Chairmen. 



E. Crouch 

C. L. Higgins (P.L.A.) 
H. Thornton (E.S.A.) 
C. S. LindscU .. 
H. Whichello . . 

M. Cook 

J. Crouch 



Names of Clerks. 



J. Wright 

M. Sharman 

T. J. Hooper 
J. Newton 
T. E. Austin 
W. H. Smith 



School Boards. 



Boards. 




(a) LuTOX (U.D.) 1 Municipal borough 

Arlesey . . . . . . . . . . ' Biggleswade 

Aspley Guise | Woburn .. 

Biggleswade 1 Biggleswade 

(J) Campion (U.D.) 1 Biggleswade 

Cople Bedford 



Dean 

Eastcotts 

(rt) Eaton Socou 

Elstow 

(b) Everton and Tetworth (U.D.) 

(a) FUtwick 

Goldington . . 

(a) Harlington . . 

(b) Kempston . . 
Keysoe . . 



St. Neots . . 
Bedford . . 
St. Neots . . 
Bedford . . 
Biggleswade 
Amjithill . . 
Bedford , . 
Woburn . . 
Bedford . . 
Bedford . . 



(J) Langford Biggleswade 

Lidlington . . . . . . . . I AmptliiU . . 

Little Staughton I St. Neots . . 

(b) Marston Moretaine . . . . Ampthill . . 

Maulden Ampthill .. 

MiUbrook AmpthiU . . 

Potton Biggleswade 

Eidgmont AVobnni . , 

Shanibrook j Bedford .. 

(fc) Shellord (U.D.) {Biggleswade 

ShiUington or Shitlington .. .. Ampthill .. 
Souldrop I Bedford .. 



26,135 

1,908 

l,Uo 

4M7 

oDS 

560 

.575 

789 

2 697 

605 

551 

S17 

642 

546 

2,706 

710 

1212 

657 

469 

1,179 

1,^11 

276 

2,072 

746 

838 

1,070 

2,226 

254 



Names of Clerks. 



Geo. Sell 

T. J. Hooper 

W. H. Smith 

T. J. Hooper 

T. J. Hooper 

M. Sharman 

J. D. Milligan 

M. Sharman 

F. G. Butler 

M. Sharman 

H. Vander Vord 

J.Wright 

J. C. Conquest 

W. H. Smith 

W. G. C. MitcheU 

Rev. J. H. Bauhani 

{Chairman) 
T. J. Hooper 
E. M. White 
Wm. Gray, junr 
C. Stimson 
E. M. White 
J. Wright 
J. W. Felts 
Wm. Adams 
M. Sharman 
T. J. Hooper 
John Wright 
M. Sharman 



1882.] 



BERKS. 
School Boards — continued. 



Boards. 



{b) Stanbridge, Egginton, and Tils- 

woi-tb (U.D.) 
Steppmgley 
Steraigtoii 

[h] Streatley 

Sundon . . . . • . • • 



Tliurleigli 

Willington 
Woburu . . 
Wootton 




Leighton Buzzard 



Amptbill 
Bedford 
Luton 
Luton 

Bedford 

Bedford 
Wobum 
Bedford 



Names of Clerks. 



1,291 


5 


313 
735 
334 ' 
445 


5 
5 
5 
5 


603 


5 


275 
' 1^16 
. 1,312 


5 
5 
5 



S. D. B. Mddleton 

J. Wright 
Mark Sharman 

Rev. D. Dickson{C7i«(r- 
man) 

Rev. B. Trapp [Chair- 
man) 

M. Sbarman 

W. H. Smith 

R. M. "WTiite 



The Militia Force. 

The Bedfordshue Militia Force is comprised in the 3rd Battalion of the Bedfordshire Terri- 
torial Regiment of Light Infantry (late 16th Foot). Regimental District, No. 16. Dep^t, Bedford. 
Headquarters, Bedford. Hon. Colonel, Sii- R. T. Gilpin, Bart. ; Lieut.-Colonel, 'SMlliam Stuart ; 
Adjutant, Major W. S. Whittuck. 



The Volunteer Force. 

The Bedfordshire Volunteer Force consists of one administrative battalion of Rifles, 
maximum strength of the force is 900 of all ranks. 



The 



COUNTY OF BERKS. 

Ax inland county, belonging to the south-eastern division. Its sha^je is very irregular. 
On the north are the coxmties of Oxford and Buckinghamshire, the Thames being the 
boundary ; on the east Surrey and Middlesex ; on the south Hampshire : and on the west 
Wiltshii-e and Gloucestei-shii-e. Length, about 50 miles; breadth, 21 miles, and circum- 
fcrence, 120 miles. Watered by the rivers Kcnnet, Lambourne, Loddon, Oke, Emborn, 
and the Thames. Berkshire is" well supplied with railway communication. The chief 
railwav is the Great Western, the main line of which enters this county at Maidenhead 
and proceeds by Twyford to Reading, thence to Pangbourne, Steventon, and so near 
Wantage and Faringdon to Swindon ; it has branch lines open from Didcot by Abingdon 
to Oxford, from Maidenhead to High Wycombe through Cookham, from Tvi^yford to 
Henlev, from Slough to Windsor, from Reading to Basingstoke on the South Western, 
and from Reading'to Hungerford and Devizes, by the Berks and Hants Extension ; the 
Reading, Guildford and Keigate line, connecting the towns from which it is nanied, 
crosses the South AYestem at Guildford, and joins the South Eastern and Brighton lines 
near Reigate, thus uniting Reading with the whole of the southern system of railways , 
the lines from Oxford to the north" also place Reading in direct commimication with the 
northern parts of the kingdom. The eocene tract on the south-east border, called Bagshot 
Heath, has been from time immemorial an improfitable waste, scarcely producing asingle 
blade of grass. Latterly an extensive portion of this district has been planted with fir, 
which is proving of considerable value in reclaiming this truly desolate spot. Q-wiug to 



8 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

the great variety of its soils. Berkshire exhibits ahnost every forin of a gfi-i culture. 
Excellent com crops are raised on the oolitic formation. The south-east and eastern parts 
of this county arc occupied by Windsor Forest and Park. There is much woodland, in 
which grow hazel, oak, ash, beech, and alder. At AVhite Horse Hill the Berkshire Downs 
rise to a height of 893 feet. Berkshire returns throe members to Parliament, and con- 
stitutes an archdeaconry in the diocese of Oxford and province of Canterbury. It is in 
the Oxford circuit, and the assizes are held at Puiading. The borough representation 
comprises five members ; namely, Eeading, 2 ; Abingdon, 1 ; WalUngford, 1 ; and 
Windsor, 1. The shire has 20 hundreds, 12 registry districts, and 12 poor-law 
unions, and contains 192 civil parishes, 6 municipal boroughs [Abingdon,* Maidenhead,* 
Newbury,* Reading,* Wallingford,* and New AVindsor*], in addition to a part of 
the city of Oxford; 8 urban sanitary authorities, 12 rural sanitary authorities, and 8 
turnpike trusts. It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 11 petty 
sessional divisions, and 7 lieutenancy subdivisions ; the boroughs of Abingdon, Newbury, 
Eeadin", and New Windsor have separate commissions of the peace and courts of quarter 
sessions"; the boroughs of Maidenhead and Wallingford have commissions of the peace 
only. The boroughs of Abingdon, Newbury, Eeading, and Windsor have their own 
police. 

Gcolof/ical Notes.— The geology of Berkshire comprises the lower eocene (London clay, 
&c.), which extends across the whole of the southern portion, with the exception of a 
narrow strip on the south-east border, where the middle eocene (Barton and Bagshot 
series) makes its appearance. A ridge of chalk hills, running east and west, divides the 
vale of the Thames, or of the White Horse, as it is called, from the vale of Kennet. North 
of these chalk downs a narrow strip of greensand occurs, and bcj-ond this the upper and 
middle oolite. . 

HldorwalNctes. — This county was anciently called Earocscire or Berocscure, softened m 
process of time into Barkshii-e and Berkshire, and probably derived its name from a thick 
wood, called Bairoc, which occupied an extended tract between Lambourne and Wantage. 
The English held this shire as part of the kingdom of AVessex, but it was sometimes under 
the Mid-English. Berkshire was attacked by the Danes, with whom several battles were 
fought, a very lamous one at Asdown, in wliich Ethelrcd and Alfred the Great defeated 
thelnv'aders. During the middle ages, frequent forays took place in this county, and in 
the Parliamentary war most of the towns were the scenes of conflict. On the chalk hills 
near Lam.bourne are some remarkable piles of large stones, one of which is called Wayland 
Smith's Cave. At Kingston Lisle, near Lambourne, is a curious stone, called a blowing 
stone. It contains an aperture, on blowing into wliicli a sound is given forth which can 
be heard six miles ofl'. The AVhite Horse, which is the figure of a horse cut out of the 
turf on the side of the chalk hills, and left white, is by most thought to have been done 
by the old English. It may be seen fi-om a distance of fifteen miles, and gives name to 
the hill in which it is cut. 'At Silchester arc remains of an important Roman station, and 
old castle ruins exist at Donnington and AVallingford. 

Tiddc, 3Li/ii(firc(iircs, (^c— Iron works, railway engineering works, and a large biscuit 
factory, have been established at Reading. There are paper and silk mills on the river 
Kennet, and a factory for copper goods at Bisham. The other manufacturing industries 
arc connected with sacking, mats, wool, and articles constructed of osiers. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics.— Area, of county, 450,132 acres ; number of 
houses (1881) : inhabited, 43,126 ; ditto, uninhabited, 2,413 ; ditto, building, 387 ; popula- 
tion (1881) : males, 108,324 ; females, 110,068; total, 218,382; average number of persons 
to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors in 1881 

(excluding boroughs), 8,107; valuation for county assessment (March 25th, 1881), 
£954,592; for police assessment, £912,517; received for year by county rate (4d.), 
£15,58t) ; by police rate (Ijd.), £5,703 ; total receipts, £44,408 ; total expenditure, £46,760 ; 
amount of loans outstanding (March 25th, 1881), £40,203. 

I'ollce and Crimhial Statistics. — The county force comprised (September 29th, 1881) 1 
chief constable (Colonel A. Blandy), at £500 yearly, and £150 allowances; 9 superin- 
tendents (W. Grant (chief), Reading; P. Hedgcr, Abingdon; R. Butcher, Faringdon ; 
C. O'Neill, Wantage; E. Iremonger, Maidenhead; G. Bennett, Newbuiy; G. Pocock, 
Reading; G. Blake, Clewer, Windsor; J. Borlase, Wokingham), from £180 to £115 
yearly, and £1. 6s. each as allowances ; 2 inspectors, £91 and £96 yearly ; 19 sergeants, 
from '29s. 9d. to 27s. 5d. weekly; and 104 constables, from 26s. 3d. to 20s. 5d. weekly; 
total of all ranks, 135. The cost of the force in the previous year was £10,657 ; the pro- 



Vide " Municipal Corporations Companion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



1882.] BERKS. 9 

portion paid by the Government was £5,297. The area of the district is 442,097 acres. 
For 150 indictable offences reported, 100 persons were apprehended, and 85 committed for 
trial ; for offences determined summarily, 2,476 persons were proceeded against, and 2,038 
convicted, 327 persons and 293 convictions respectively being classed under charges of 
drunkenness. There are 593 public-houses, 372 beer-houses, and 5 refreshment-houses 
within the district controlled by the force. 

Aff rial It lira I Statiitics (year ending June, 1881).— Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow, and grass 376,579, \'iz. : corn, 138,553; green crops, 53,837; clover, grasses, &c., 
40,882 ; peraianent pasture, &c., 125,679 ; bare fallow, &c., 17,009. The total number of 
horses was 15,534 ; cattle, 35,476 ; sheep, 241,532 ; and pigs, 28,680. 

Frhicipal MdrkeU, Fairs, ^-c— Abingdon : Mondays— first Monday in Lent : May 6, 
June 20. September 19 (lamb); December 11 (lamb); July 1 (wool); September 30 
(hiring). H'tiK/erford : Wednesdays— April 24 (cattle); June 26 (wool); August 17 
(sheep); Wednesday before and Wednesday after October 11 (hiring); Maidenhead: 
Wednesdays— Whit-Wednesday and November 30 (cattle); September 29 (cattle and 
hiring). 'Newhury : Thursday— Holy Thursday, July 5, September 4, November 8, 
October 10. Reading : Wednesdays and Saturdays— February 2, May 1, July 25, September 
21. TCallingford : Fridays— Xiivll 25, September 28 (hiring). If'okingham : Tuesdays- 
November 2 (general). 

Xiwspaptr.s.— Abingdon and Reading Herald. Saturday. Id. N. 1867. G. Kippon, 
AhingioTi.— Abingdon Express, i-e. Saturday, Id. L. 1879. E. V. Holton, Abingdon.— 
Rcrks and Oxua Advertiser. Friday, Id. 'L. 1855. W. D. Jenkins, Wallingford.— 
Berkshire Chronielc. Saturday, Sd. C. 1823. F, W. Welch, Reading.— -F«/-i«5'f^'''' 
Advertiser, i^e. Saturday, lid. I. 1855. Q,h.iiS.ljVL\<.cv,Yax'vas^on..— Maidenhead Adver- 
tiser, i-c. Wednesday, Id" N. 1869. F. G. Bavlis, Maidenhead.— iV'fM.-i!<>7/ Weekhi 
Neivs. Thm-sday, Id", N. 1867. Blacket & Turner, lstv;hvj:y.— Newbury Advertiser 
Satirrday, Id. L." 1880. Rivers and Slaughter, Newbury. Reading Express. Thursday and 
Saturday, Id. I. 1878. G. E. Smith, Rcd^dmix.— Reading Mereurg and Berks Count)/ 
I'aper. Saturday, 4d. L. 1723. W. W. Cowslade, Reading.— ifcfft/JM^ f**t>'wr. Saturday, 
Id. L. 1860. Chas. Slaughter, Reading.- 7ri«f?.sc/;-ff;(^i'^&«.E'j-i;j-(.s«. Saturday, 2d. L. 1812. 
:^.Ox\ey,\\m<!is,ov.— Windsor Gazette. Saturday, Id. C. 1874. W. C. Tait, Windsor. 
Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Right Hon. The Eakl of Cravex, Ashdown Park, near Lamborne. 
High Sheriff (1881-2). 
Major G. Holmsdale Allfkev, AVokefield Park, Reading. 
Members of Parliament. 
Lieut. -Col. Sir R. J. Loyd-Lixdsay, k.c.b. (c). Philip Wroughtok, Esq. (c). 
John Walter, Esq. (l). 
Chairman and Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 
Holdex at Reading. 
Richard Benyox, Esq., Chairman. Geo. C. Cherry, Esq., Yicc-Chairman. 
The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 
* Deputy Lieutenants and ilagistrates. 



Abingdon, The' Earl of (1832), Wytham 

Abbey, Oxford 
AJlfrey," Major G. H. (1878), Wokefield 

Park, Mortimer, near Reading 
Arbuthnot, Es(i., W. (1878), CoworthPark, 

Windsor 
*Barrington, The Right Hon. Viscount 

(1846), Chairman — Faringdon Fivision, 

Beckot House, Shrivenham 
Bamett, Esq., C. G. (1867), King's Beeches, 

Sunninghill 
Barrett, Esq., J. B. (1844), Milton.Abingdon 
Baxendale, Esq., L. (1878 Greenham 

Lodge, Newbury 
Bcale, Esq., W. L. (1871), Manor House, 

Waltham St. Lawrence 



Bennett, Esq., D. (1849), Faiingdon House, 

Faringdon 
*Benyon, Esq.,R. (1846). Engleficld House, 

Reading (Chairman of Quartir Sct<sionsJ 
*Bcst, Esq., H. P. (1847), Donnington, 

Newbury 
Best, Esq., M. H. (1871), Donnington. 

Newburv 
*Blagraye', Esq., J. H. (1868), Calcot Park, 

Reading 
Blyth, Esq., R. B. (1874), Woolhampton 

House, Reading 
Bouverie, The Right Hon. E. P. (1853), 

44, Wilton Crescent, S.W. 
*Bowles, Esq., J. S. (1838), Chairman— 

Abingdon Fivision, Milton Hill, Abingdon 



10 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



*Bowyer, Bart., Sir G. (1846), Radlcy 
Park, Abiiisidon, smd Iving's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London 
Bridges, Esq., n.c.L., W. T. (1868), Tor- 
wood, Torquay 
Bros, Esq. . T. ( 1 8.54) , Upper Clapton, London 
Browne, Esq., H. H. (1874), Moor Close, 

Bintield, Bracknell 
Bulkelcy, Esq., T. (1839), Clcwcr Villa, 

Windsor 
*Bunbiu-y, Esq., H. M. (1838), Marlstonu 

House, Xewburj' 
Burdett, Bart., Sir F. (1881), Eamsbury, 

Himgorford 
Burr, Esq., I). H. D. (1852), Aldermaston 

Parle. Heading 
Butler, Esq., W. J. (187C), Woolstonc Lodge, 

Faringdon 
Campbell, Esq., E. (1860), Buseot Park, 

Lecihlade 
Campbell, Esq., W. H. (1883), West Lodge, 

Faringdon 
Carrington, M. p., The Hon. W. H. P. (1879), 

Old Windsor 
*Chatteris, Esq.,W. P.B.(1838), Sandleford 
. Priory, Newbury 
Cherry, Esq., G. C._(1853), Denford House, 

Hungcifoi-d 
Cobhani, Esq., A. C. (1838), Shinfield, 

Beading 
Cobham, Esq., A. W. (1863), Chairman — 
Rcnilhuf J) ir is ion, Leighton Park, Heading 
Collins, The Bev. J. F. (1845), Chnirman — 

Wantage Division, Betterton, Wantage 
Conroy, 'Bart., Su- J. (1870), Ai-borfield 

Grange, Reading 
Court, C.S.I., Major H. (1873), Lane House, 

ilaidenhead 
Coxe, Esq., F. L. (1857), Edington, Hun- 

gcrford 
Craven, The Earl of (1865), {Lord Lieu- 
tenant), Ashdown Park, Lamborno 
Crosley, Sir C. D. (1876), Sunningdalc 

Park,AVindsor 
Crutchley, General C. (1878), Siinninghill 

Park, near Staines 
Dangan, Viscount (1873),Woodside, Maiden- 
head 
Donegal, The Marquis of (1868), Hamp- 

stead Park, Newbury 
Duffield, Esq., C. P. (1853), Marcham, 

Abinsdon 
Dundas^Esq. ,W.( 1 8G9) ,The Ebns,Faringdon 
*Dunn, Esq., AV. H. (1866), Barrymores, 

Hungerford 
East, Bart., Sir G. A. C. (1872), Hall Place, 

]\Iaidenhead 
*Elliott, Esq., G. H. (1847), Farnboro' Park, 

Farnboro' 
Eykyn, Esq., K. (1869), Gayton House, 

Northampton 
*Eyre, Esq., C. (1831), Welford Park, 
Newbuiy 



[1882. 



Eyre, Esq., G. B. (1871), Wellbrd Park, 

Newbury 
Eyston, Esq., C. J. (1843), East Hendred 

House, Wantage 
Ferard, Esq., C. C. (1852), Ascot Place, 

Windsor 
Fitzgerald, The Right Hon. Lord O. (1875), 

Oakley Court, Windsor 
Fitzmaurico, The Hon. J. T. (1881), 

Fernley, Maidenhead 
♦Folkestone, m.p.. Viscount (1872), Coles- 
hill House, Highworth 
Foster, Esq., E. B. (1861), Clewer, Windsor 
Fowler, Esq., T. T. (1843) 
Fremantle, Lieut.-Col. F. (1876), Chuffs, 

iMaidenhead 
Garland, Esq., T. B, (1879), Hillfields, 

Reading 
*Garth, Esq., T. C. (1846), Haines Hill, 

Twj-ford 
*Gooch, Bart., m.p., Su-D. (1867), Clewcr 

Park, Windsor 
GooiUake, Esq., T. L. (1851), AVadley 

House, Faringdon 
*Gower, Esq., J. L. (1827), Bill Hill, 

Wokingham 
Gower, Esq., J. E. L. (1857), Finchampstead, 

Wokingham 
Graham, "Esq., AV. (1868), Pcwet, Abing- 
don 
Gray, Col. AV. (1876), Farley Hall, Swallow- 
field, Reading 
Greene, Esq., B. B. (1859), Midgham, 

Reading 
Greenway, Esq.,Hy.(1840), 25, James Street, 

Buckingham Gate, S.AV. 
Grenfell, Esq., H. R. (1863), Taplow Court, 

Maidenhead 
*Griffith, Esq., C. D. (1838), Padworth 

House, Reading 
Hamilton, Esq., E. ^Y. T. (1869), Charters, 

Simningdale, Staines 
Hankey, Esq., S. A. (1873), Heathlands, 

AA^okingham 
Harcourt, Esq., m.p., E. AV. (1864), Nunc- 
ham Park, Abingdon ; post town, Oxford 
Harcourt, Esq., A. (1875), Nuneham Park, 

Abingdon ; post town, Oxford 
Hargreaves, Esq., John (1879), Maiden 

Erleigh, Reading 
Hargreaves, Esq., T. (1859), Ai-borfield Hall, 

Reading 
Hay, Lieut.-Col. the Hon. C. R. (1867), 

Harewood Lodge, Sunningliill, Staines 
*Hayter, Bart., m.p.. Sir- A. D. (1867), 76, 

Lower Grosvenor St., Grosvenor Square 
Hedges, Esq., J. K. (1867), the Castle House, 

AA^allingford 
Hercy, Esq., T. J. (1863), Crutchfield 

House, Bracknell 
Hibbert, Esq., J. (1857), Braywick, Maiden- 
head [Sussex 
Hill, Lord A. AV. fl878), Wakehurst Place, 



1882.] BERKS. 

Hippisley,Esq.,H. (1831), Chairman — Lam- 

bo7-ne Division, Lambornc, Hungerford 
Hippisley, r.n., CommandLr H. N. (1868), 
CMldrcy Lodge, Sandown, Isle of Wight 
Honywood, Esq., W. (1855), 52, Warwick 

Square, S.W. 
Hopkins, Esq., R. J. (1855), Tidmarsh 

House, Reading 
Hoskyns, Bt., The Rev. Sii- J, L. (185i), 

Aston Tirrold, Wallingford 
*Hmiter, Bart., Sir C. S. P. (1858), Mor- 
timer, Reading 
Hunter, Esq., H. L. (1867), Beechhill, 

Reading 
Ingham, Sir J. T. (1877), Chief Magis- 
trate, Bow Street, London 
*Jenkins, Esq., J. B. (1861), Kingston 

Bagpuize, Abingdon 
Johnson, Esq., AV. V. (1863), King's Mead, 

Windsor 
King, Esq., W. C. (1854), Chairman — 
Fore&t I>(i'KV('&w, WarheldHall, Bracknell 
Knox, Esq., H. (1869), Sunning Grove, 

Reading 
Kohler,Esq.,J.D.(1873),Winkficld,Windsor 
Lancaster, Esq., B. (1857), 1, Prince's 

Gardens, Hvde Park, S.W. 
Lane, Esq., J. H. B. (1868), LUy Hill, 

Bracknell 
Lefe\Te, m.p., Right Hon. G. J. Sha^v- 

(1875), Ascot Wood, Staines 
Lenthall, Esq., E. K. (1856), Besselsleigh, 

Abingdon 
Lindsay, The Hon. C. H. (1875), Ardingion 

House, Wantage 
Littledaie, Esq., C. R. (1863), Scarlet's, 

Twyford 
Loyd-Lindsay, v.c., m.p.. Col. Sir R. (1859), 

Lockingc Park, Wantage 
Maitland,''Esq., J. F. (1847) 
Maitland, Esq., T. F. (1856), Wargrave, 

Henley 
Matthews, Esq., S. (1874), Speen House, 

XewhTiry 
Monck, Esq.,J. B. (1341) 
Monck, Esq., W. B. 1881), Reading 
Morland, Esq., E. H. (1857), Chairman — 

Ihlcy Division, West Ilslev, Newbuiy 
Morrell,Esq., H.B. (1863),CaeMawr, Clyro, 

Radnorshire 
Morrell, Esq., C. (1880), Burcot, near 

Abingdon 
MorreU,Esq., G. H. (1877), Headington Hill 

House, Oxford 
Morshead, Bart., Sir W. C. (1856), Forest 

Lodge, Bintield, Bracknell 
*Mount,Esq.,W. G. (1851), Chairman-Ncic- 
hury, ^-c.. Division, Wasing Place, 
Reading 
:\lGwbray, Bt., m.p.. The Right Hon. Sir 

J. R. (1858), Mortimer, Reading 
Murdoch, Esq., C. T. (1880), Buckhurst, 
Wokingham 



11 



; Murray, Esq., G. St. V. T. N. (1863), 

' Shrivenham 

\ Nicholls, Esq., Solomon (1844) 

\ *Norreys, Lord (1857), Wytham Abbey, 

^ Oxon 

I *01ivcr, Esq., J. (1839), Oxendon, Market 

i Harborough 

I *Ormathwaite, Lord (1860), Warfield Park, 

Bracknell 
1 Overstone, Lord (1861), Carlton Gardens, 
j S.W., and Overstone Pai'k, Northampton 
Palk, Esq., L. H. (1875) 
Palmer, Bart., Sir R. W. H. (1878), Glen- 
island, Maidenhead 
Palmer, Bart., Sir- C. J. (1861), Domey 

Court, Windsor 
Phillips, Esq., J. S. (1864), Culham House, 

Abingdon 
Pocock, Esq., I. J. L (1864), Curtisfield, 

Maidenhead 

Ponsonby, The Hon. A. G. J. (1876), 

Hcatherfield, Ascot Heath, Sunninghill,. 

Staines 

V\m, Esq.,R. R.,59, Strand, London, W.C. 

♦Radnor, The Earl of (1840), Coleshill 

House, Highworth 
Reade, Esq., W. B. (1858), 11, St. Mary 

Abbot Terrace, Kensington 
Reade, Esq., c.b.,E. A. (1861), Chn.— jral' 
Ungfonl Div., Ipsden House, Wallingford 
Reynolds, Esq., C. W. (1874), Ramslade 

House, Bracknell 
Rhodes, Esq., J. W. (1869), Hennerton,. 

near Henley-on-Thames 
Ricardo, Esq., F. (1881), The Friary, Old 

Windsor 
Rilev, Major J. (1867), Elm House, 

Winkfield 
Robinson, The Rev. F. E. (1864), Draj-ton 

Rectory, Abingdon 
*Russcll,"Bart., v.c, m.p., Sir C. (1857), 

Swallowfield Place, Reading 
Sartoris,Esq..A. (1865), Abbotswood, Stow- 

on-the-Wold 
Saimders, Esq., F, G. (1879), Caversham 

Grove, Reading 
Say, Esq., R. H. (1865), St. Ive's, 

Maidenhead, Windsor 
Slocock, Esq., C. S. (1864), Donnington, 

Newbury 
Smith, Esq., A. (1867), The Grotto, Basildon 
Spencer, The Hon. and Rev. C F. O. (1853), 

Sutton, Isle of Ely 
St. John, Esq., E. J. (1878), Speen Hill 

House, near Newbury 
Standish, Esq., R. E. AV. P. (1850), Scaleby 

Castle, Carlisle 
Stephens, Esq., C. (1873), Woodley Hill, 

Reading 
Stevens, The Rev. T. (1831), Bradfield, 

Reading 
Storer, Esq., A. M. (1844), Purley Park, 
Reading 



12 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Theobald, Esq., T. (18';6), Sutton Courtney, 

Abingdon 
Thomas, Esq.. Lc M. (1844), Sea View, 

Kyde, Isle of Wight 
Thoyts,Esq.,\V. K.M. (1875),Sulhampstcad 

House, Heading 
Throckmorton, Bart., Sir N. W. (1859), 

Buckland House, Faringdon 
Toogood, Esq., 0. (187G), 73, Cornwall 

Gardens, South Kensington 
Thornhill, Major-Gen. A. T. (1878), Laven- 
der Farm, Bracknell 
*Tull.Esq.,A. E. (1867),Crookham,Newbury 
Valpy, Esq. ,11. H.(1846),Enborne,Newlmry 
Van de Weyer, Esq., V. W. H. B. (1861), 

Kingstone Lisle, near Wantage 
*Vansittart, Esq., G. H. (1844), Bisham 

Abbey, Marlow 
Vysc, Col. G. H. (1868), The Manor Cottage, 

Old Windsor 



[1882. 

*Walter, Esq., M.r., J. (1841), Bearwood, 

Wokingham 
Walter, Esq., A. F. (1876), North Court, 

Finchampstead, Wokingham 
Wells, Esq., E. (1859), Wallingford 
*Wheble, Esq., J. J. (1844), Bulmershe 

Court, Eeading 
Wiggoit, Esq., J. A. (18G3), AUanbay Park, 

Binfield, Bracknell 
Wilder, Esq., F- (1857), Purley, Reading 
Willcs.Esq., G. S. (1860), Hungerford Park 
Wintle, Esq., R. W. (1874), Northcourt, 

Abingdon 
*Wroughton, Esq., M.r., P. (1867), Woollcy 

Park, AVantage 
Wynn, Esq., H. B. W. W. (1869), How- 

berry, Wallingford 
*young, Esq., A. W. (1858), Harehatch, 

Reading 
Young, Bai-t., Sir G. (1873), Sutton Croft, 

Cookham, near Maidenhead 



Deputy Lieutenant not a Magistrate. 
PowelljEsq., H. B.,Cufnells Park, Lyndliui-st. 

CMef County Officials. 

Clerk of the Tcace — J. T. Morland, Esq. (Abingdon) ; Treasurer and Chrk to the Lieutenancy 
— J. L. Roberts, Esq. (Wokingham); Under-sheriff— \I . F. Blandy, Esq. (Reading) ; Chief 
Constable — Col. Blandy (Reading); Coroners — A. D. Bartlett. Esq. (Abingdon district) ; J. C. 
Pinniger, Esq. (Newbury district) ; W. Weeuon, Esq. (Reading district) ; andL. Jotcham, 
Esq. (Wantage district) ; Count tj Surveyor — J. Morris, Esq. (Reading) ; Surveyor of Roads — 
.Mr. W. A. Ripley, Bracknell; County Analyst— W. F. Donkin, Esq., M.D, (St. George's 
Hospital, London). 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



Divisions 



Abingdon . . 

Faringdon 

Ilsley 

Lambourn 

Maidenhead 

Newbury and 
Hungerford 



Eeading . . 

Wallingford (or 

Moretou) 
"Wantage . . 

"Windsor . . 

"Wokingham 

(Forest) 



Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


4.5,181 


12,158 


54,427 


lOfiSO 


16,359 


2,410 


19,172 


2,896 


36,596 


11,663 


86,008 


24,843 ; 


54,093 


15,287 


24,242 


6,086 


41,988 


1145s 


10,803 


10,2-27 


53,662 


21,841 



Petty Sessions held at and on Clerks to Magistrates, 



Coy. Magistrates' Chambers, 

Abingdon [every Monday) 
Coiu't House, Faringdon 

{erery Tiiesday) .. 
Police Station, East Ilsley 

(Uh Friday) 
Police Station, Lanibourne 

[last Friday) 
PoUce Station, Maidenhead 

(2j»7 a -itli Tuesdays) 
Municipal Buildings, Nevf- 

hnr\ (ere r If Thursday) .. 
Town "Hall, Hungerford {1st 

d-^rd Wed„fsdays) 
Assize Court, Heading (ecery 

Saturday) .. 
Town HaD,WaUingford (alter- 

iiatf Fridays) 
Town Hall, "NVantage (alter- 
nate M'eduesdays) 
Town Hall, Windsor [Satur- 

da >/s) 
Towii H«ll, Wokmgham {1st 

d; Srd Tuesdays) . . . . 



B. Challenor, 

Abingdon 
G.F.A-E.P.Crowdy, 
Faringdon 

E. Ormond, Wan- 
tage 

J. B. Barnes, Lam- 
bourn 

F.T.Ward, Maiden- 
head 

H. B. Godwui, 
Newbury 

H. E. A.stley, 
Hungerford 

John T. Dodd, 
Eeading 

F. E. Hedges, 
Wallmgford 

E. Ormond, 

Wantage 
Long, Durnford & 
Lovegrove,Wuidsor 
Edwd. Frankum, 

Wokingham 



Annual 
Salary. 



£ 

202 

152 

26 

43 

169 

191 

27 

210 

89 

104 

107 

232 



1882.] 



BERKS. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



13 



Authorities. 


Character of 

Authority. 


Population 
(1881). 


Rateable 
Value (1881). 


Names of Clerks. 


Abingdon 

Maidenhead 

Newbui7 

Reading . . . . . . 

WaUtngford 
Wantage . . 

Windsor 

Wokingham . . 


Municipal borough 
Municipal borough 
Miuiicipal borough 
Municipal borough 
Municipal borough 
Improvement Com. 
Municipal borough 
Local board 


5,662 

8,219 

10 143 

42,050 

2,803 

3,488 

12,273 

3,100 


£ 
16,444 
41,877 
31,572 
148,595 
8,776 
10,784 
61,286 
10,400 


B. Challenor, jun. 
E. Davey 

H. Burke Godwin 
H.Day 

C. Hedges 
E. Ormond 
C. T. Phillips 
E. Fraukum 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 







Popula- 


Bateable 






Unions 


Area. 


tion 


value 


Names of Chairmen. 


Names of Clerks. 


and Authorities. 


Acres. 


(1881). 


(1881). 






Abingdon . . 


56,445 


20,354 


£ 
121,049 


John S. Bowles 


B. Challenor 


Bradfield . . 


61,271 


17,972 


132,443 


T. Bland Garland . . 


J. C. Pinniger 


Cookham . . 


29,492 


10,934 


66,156 


John Hibbei-t 


R. A. Ward 


Easthampstead 


27,600 


12,663 


55,034 


Sir W. C. Morshead, Bt. . . 


C.J. Cave 


Faringdon . . 


63,079 


13,676 


122,611 


T. L. Goodlake 


G. J. Haines 


Hungerford 


98,182 


17,795 


114,.S46 


G. C. Cherry 


H. E. Astley 


Newbury . . 


43,681 


21,326 


108,678 


A. R. Tull 


J. Tanner 


Eeading 


4,411 


43,485 


170,053 


R. C. Hurlev 


C. Kift 


Wallingford 


40,860 


14,493 


102,217 


John P. King 


J. Carthcw 


Wantage . . 


75,700 


17,1.1 


114,707 


Rev. J. F. CoUins . . 


E. Ormond 


Wuidsor 


22,SS2 


32,064 


161,364 


(leo. Allen 


G. H. Long 


Wokingham 


42,226 


20,015 


129,018 


H. G. A. Knox 


W. W. Wheeler 



School Boards. 



Boards 



Reading 

(h) Balking 

Cliieveley 

Cholsey 

Earley. . 

(a) East Ilsley 



(6) Inkpcn 

[h) Leckhampstead 

Sutton Courtney 

Tilehurst 

Tunille 



Unions of 



Municipal borough 
Faringdon 
Newbury . . 
Wallingford 
Wokingham 
Wantage . . 

Hungerford 
Newbury . . 
Abingdon . . 
Bradtteld . . 
Wvcombe . . 



Popula- 
tion 
(1S81). 



42,050 

16f) 

1,164 

1,25S 
1,534 

57S 

(m 

■Mi 
1,638 
2,418 



Names of Clerks. 



S. Preston 

G. J. Haines 

Geo. Marlow 

Carey Tyso 

S. Preston 

Rev. E. H. Hansell 

{Chairman) 
W. T. Homer 
G. Marlow 
N. Kitching 
S. Preston 



The Militia Force. 

The Berks Militia Force is comprisesd in the 3rd Battalion of Princess Chailotte of 
Wales (Berkshire) Territorial Regiment of Light Infantry (late 49th and 66th Foot.) 



14 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

Regimental District, No. 40. Dcjx'.t, Reading. H<!ii(lquai-tevs, Readiuf;. Hon. Colonel, Lord 
Norreys ; Lieut.-Colonel, V. W. B. Van de Weyer; Adjutant, Major C. P. Temple. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Berks Volunteer Force consists of one regiment of Yromanry Cavalry, with an estahlish- 
-ment strength of 214 of all ranks. Head(piarters, Hungerford. Hon. Col., W. Honywood ; 
liieut. -Colonel, CI. S. Willes ; Adjutant, Ma,jor R. W. Kearsley. Also one administrative battaliou 
of Rifles. Maximum strength of establishment, 1,300 of all ranks. 



COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM. 

A coi'NTY in the South Midland dlvLsion, having Northamptonshire on the north, the 
counties of Bedford, Hertford and ]\Iiddlesex on the cast, Berkshire on the south, and 
O.^fordshire on the west. Length, .54 miles ; breadth, 28 miles ; circumference, 120 miles; 
square miles, 730. Watered by the Thames, Colne, and Ouse. The chief canal is the 
Grand Junction, which passes by Ivinghoe, Fenny Stratford, and Stony Stratford ; it has 
iDranches to Wendover, Aylesburj' anrl Buckingham. Thus most of the towns in this 
county have water communication. The principal railway is the main line of the London 
and North "Western, which proceeds from London close to the Hertfordshire border, by 
Tring, Lcighton Buzzard, Fenny Stratford, Bletchlcy, Wolvcrton, and Stony Stratford. 
There are branches — of 7 miles to Aylesbury, with a continuation to Verney Junction (per 
the Oxford section) ; of 1.5 miles from Bletchley to Bedford, and thence to Cambridge, 
forming a junction with the Great Northern at Sandy; of 13 miles from Lcighton to 
Dunstable and Luton; of 29^ miles from Bletchley by Winslow to Oxford; and of 12 
miles from Winslow on the latter line, to Buckingham and Banburj^. The southern part 
of Bucks is as well provided for by the Great Western Eailway, which comes in near Coin- 
brook, and crosses by Slough to Maidenhead and the West of England, sending off' bi-anches 
to Uxbridge and to High Wycombe and Aylesbury. In the north the surface of Bucking- 
hamshire consists of gently undulating and somewhat unproductive hills of sand and 
oolitic limestone, principally arable and pasture land. The soil of the fertile and beautiful 
vale of Aylcsbiu'y, which traverses the middle of the county, consists of chalk, marl and 
gault, the upper greensand formation in the vale being overspread by the debris of the; 
Chiltern hills to the south. The sheep of the vale of Aylesbiu-y have long been celebrated 
for the weight and fineness of their fleece ; the London markets also receive supplies of 
poultry and butter, oxen and calves, from its numerous dairj' and grazing farms. On the 
Chiltern hills timber is plentiful, especially the beech ; the land also bears wheat, barley, 
oats, beans, and sainfoin. The shire returns throe members to Parliament, and forms an 
archdeaconry in the diocese of Oxford and province of Canterbury. The circuit is the 
jNIidland (formerly Norfolk) , and the assizes are held at Aylesbury. The borough repre- 
sentation comprises Aylesbury, two members ; Buckingham, Chipping (or High) Wycombe, 
and Great IMarlow, one member each. The county has eight hundreds, three of which — 
namely, Stoke, Burnham, and Desborough — constitute the celebrated "Clriltern Hundreds." 
There are 224 civil parishes (and parts of 6 others) comprised in 7 poor-law unions and 
registration districts ; 2 municipal boroughs [Buckingham* and Chipping Wycombe*] ; 6 
urban sanitary authorities ; 7 rural sanitary authorities ; and 3 tui-npike trusts. It also 
has one court of quarter sessions, and is diWded into 12 petty sessional divisions. The 
borough of Buckingham has a separate commission of the peace and coui-t of quarter 
sessions ; the borough of Cliipping Wycombe has a commission of the peace only ; both 
boroughs have their own police. 

Geological Notes. — Portions of the following geological formations occur in this county : 
The lower eocene which appears in the south-east, from beneath which rises the Chiltern 
range of hills, composed of chalk with flints, and possessing an average breadth of 16 
miles. The chalk is succeeded by the greensand and upper oolitic formations, the former 
occupying the central and the latter the northern part of the county. Veins of fuller's 
earth, ochre, and forest marble occur in some of the strata. 

♦ FuZe "Municipal Corporations Companion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



1882.] BTTCKI?r(JHAM. 15 

Elstorical Notes. — In ancient times, the Britons were driven out of this county hy a 
Belgic tribe, called Catyeuchlani, Catuellani, or Cassii, -who formed part of the Belgic 
force under Cassibelaimus at the time of the Roman invasion under Julius Ca3sar. It was 
comprised in the Saxon kingdom of Mercia. Coming down to more recent times, we find 
the county prominent in the earlier stages of the revolution in the reign of Charles I. 
Brill is an ancient town, with a mineral spring. Many eminent names are connected 
with Bucks : among others, Milton, Hampden, Cowper, and Herschel. 

Ti-ade, Manufactures, ^-c. — The chief manufactured productions of the county are lace, 
paper, straw plait, bonnets, shoes, wooden chairs, and wooden wares of various kinds. 
Tanning and malting are also conspicuous. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics. — Area of county, 467.009 acres ; number of 
houses (1881) inhabited, 37,-599 ; ditto, uninhabited, 2,484; ditto, building, 213 ; population 
(1881): males, 86,713; females, 89,564 ; total, 176,277; average munber of persons to an 
acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of Parliamentary electors in 1881 (ex- 

cluding boroughs), 8,159 ; valuation for covmty assessment (March 25, 1881). £970,616 ; for 
police assessment, £959,308; received for year by county rate (2M.), £10,111; by police 
rate (l|d.), £6,975 ; total receipts, £28,212 ; total expenditure, £29,541 ; amount of loans 
outstanding (March 25, 1881), £16,232. 

Folice and Criminal Statistics. — The county force comprised (Sept. 29. 1880) 1 chief 
constable (Capt. J. C. T. Drake) at £330 yearly, and £150 allowances ; 1 superintendent 
and chief clerk (J. Watson, Aylesbury), £137 yearly; 5 supei-intendents (B. Shepherd, 
Steeple Claydon; Job Denson, Aylesbury; T. Dunham, Slough; "\Y. Sargent, Wycombe ; 
John Hall, Fenny Stratford), from £152."l0s. to £137. 10s. yearly, (1 superintendent acts 
as deputy chief constable, and receives £25 yearly in addition to his salary, each has 
allowances); 9 inspectors, from £104 to £88 yearly; 16 sergeants, from 30s. 9d. 
to 28s. lOd. weekly; and 99 constables from 25s. 3d. to 20s. lOd. weekly; total of all 
ranks, 131. The cost of the force in the previous year was £12,996 ; the proportion paid 
by the Government was £5,044. The area of 'the district is 462,006 acres. For 110 
indictable offences reported, 62 persons were apprehended, and 59 committed for trial ; 
for offences determined summarily, 2,645 persons were iiroceeded against, and 2,291 con- 
\-icted, 295 persons and 276 convictions respectively being classed under charges of 
di-unkenness. There are 795 public-houses, 575 beer-houses, and 1 refreshment-house 
within the district controlled by the force. 

Agricultural Statistics (year ending June, 188 1 ).— Total acreage under crops, bare fallow, 
and grass, 403,673, viz. : corn, 122,720 ; green crops, 32,042 ; clover, grasses, &e., 30,618 ; 
permanent pasture, &c., 203,261; bare fallow, &c., l.";,032. The total number of horses 
was 17,884; cattle, 68,034; sheep, 176,746 : and pigs, 31,552. 

Principal Markets, Fairs, ^c.—Amersham : Tuesdays— Whit Monday and September 1& 
(cattle) ; uij/fesiwry— Saturdays— Saturday before Palm Sunday ; June 14, and September 25 
(cattle) ; Buckingham : Mondays and Saturdays — January 12, last IMonday in January, 
March 7, second Monday in April, May 6, Whit Thursday, second Wednesday in August, 
September 4, November 8, December 13 (cattle) ; July 10 (cattle and wool) ; October 2 
and Saturday after October 11 (cattle and hiring) ; Sanslojje : Tuesdays— May 30 and 31, 
June 1 (cattle): Rishorough : Tuesdays— May 6 (cattle) ; Stony Stratford: Fridays; TFin- 
slow : First and third Wednesdays in month (cattle market) ; W>jcomhc : Friday ; third 
Monday in April, October 28 (cattle) ; last Wednesday in June (wool) ; Monday before 
September 29 (hiring). 

Neivspapers. — Aylesbury Reporter. Saturday, Id. L. 1880. Hawkins & Ransom, 
KylQshMi-y— Buckingham Advertiser, &;c. Saturday, Id. N. 1854. S. Ladd, Bucking- 
iidim.— Buckingham' Express. Saturday, Id. X. 1865. W. Carter, Buckingham.— i?«cAs 
Advertiser and Aylesbury News. Saturday, 2d. L. 1836. R. Gibbs, Aylesbury.— 
Xucks Herald. Saturday, 2d. C. 1832. G.T. Ac Yxame, Ayleshvixy.— Croydon s Weekly 
■Standard. Saturday, Id. N. 1859. (Seep. 608). J. Line, Newport Pagnell.—A"«67;o>-i; 
Fagnell Gazette. Saturday, Id. N. 1867. Simpson & Son, Newport Pagnell.—iYo?-<A 5«c^s 
A.dvertiscr. Friday, Id. L. 1854. A. Walford, Stony Stratford. — South Bucks Free 
Tress, ^-e. Friday, Id. L. 1856. Butler & Son, High Wycombe. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 

His Grace the Dvke of Buckingham axd Chaxdos, Stowe, Buckingham* 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 

J.VMES Watsox, Esq., Langley House, near Slough. 



16 



THE COUNTY COMPANIOX. 



[3882. 



Members of Parliament. 
Sir R. Batesox Hauvey, Bart, (c) ; Hox. Rupert C. G. Cauuixgtox (l) ; Hon. T. F. 

Frkmantlb (c). 



Chairman and Vice-chairman of Quarter Sessions. 
The DcKE OF BvcKixGHAM AND Chandos, Chairman. Hexry Wm, Cuipps, Esq., Q.C. 

Vice Chairman. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 

1866), Harley 



Allen, Esq., T. N. (1842), The Vache, 

Chalfont St. Giles, Slouch 
Amand, Esq., H. B. (1878), Padburj-, 

Buckingham 
Astley, Esq.. Bertram F. (1880), Chequers 

Court, Tring 
•Barrington, The Hon. P. (1857), Chairman 

— Buckingham Division, Westbury Manor, 

Brackley 
Barrington, Esq., W. B. (1870), Westbury 

Manor, Brackley 
*Bartlctt, Esq., J. E. (1849), Chairman— 

Aylcxhury Division, Peverel Court, 

Aylesbury 
*Bernar(i, Bart., Sir T. T. (1815), Winch- 

endon Priory, Aylesbury 
*Blount, Esq., W. (1864), Orche Hill, 

Gerrard's Cross 
Bode, Esq., H. (1875), Westlington Cottage, 

Dinton, Aylesbury 
Bramley-Moore, Esq., J. (1866), Langlcy 

Lodge, Gerrard's Cross 
Brcwis, Esq., S.R. (1877), Ibstone,Tetsworth 
Brownlow, The Earl of (1878), Ashridge, 

Great Berkhampstead 
Buckingham and Chandos, Duke of, R. 

Grenville (1845), Chairman of liluhdon 

Division. Wotton, Aylesbury, and Stowe, 

Buckingham 
Burton, Esq., W. S. (1876), Walton Hall, 

Blotchley 
*Carrington, Lord (1864), The Abbey, High 

Wycombe 
Carrington, Hon. R. C.G. (1879), Whitehall, 

London 
Carrington, Esq., G. (1879), The Abbey, 

Great Missenden 
Carrington, m.p.. Col. The Hon. W. H. P. 

(1878), Royal Court, House of Lords, S.W. 
Cavendish, Hon. C. C. W. (1879), Latimer, 

Chesham 
Cazenove, Esq., H. (1877), The Lilies, 

Aylesbury 
*Chcsham, Lord, The Right Hon. W. G. 

(1840), Latimer, Chesham 
Chester, Esq., C. A. (1881), Chichdey Hall, 

Newport Pagnell 
Cholmoudeley, Lord H. Yqtg (1879), East 

Bui-nham Lodge, Slough 



Clayton, Bart., Sir W. R. 

ford. Great Marlo\v 
Cocks, Esq., T. S. (1860), Thames Bank, 

Great Marlow 
Coleman, Esq., E. J. (1870), Stoke Park, 

Slough 
*Cottesloe, Lord (1820), Swanbourne, 

Winslow, Chairman — Winslow Division. 
Cripps, Esq., H. W. (1868), Parmoor 

Hambleden, Henley-on-Thames 
Dauncey, Esq., P. (1840), Horwood Rectory 

Winslow 
Dayrell, Esq., E. M. (1881), Sellingstone 

Dayrell, Buckingham 
Dickinson, Esq., J. (1880), Bumham Grove, 

Maidenhead 
* Drake, Esq., T. T. (1839), Chairman— 

Amcrsham Sub - division, Shardeloes, 

Amorsham 
Drake, The Rev. E. T. (1865), The Rectory 

Amersham 
Drake, Esq., T. W. T. (1872), Shardeloes, 

Amersham 
*Duncombe, Bart., Sir P. D. P. (1850), 

Chairman — Newport Division, Brickhill 

Manor, Fenny Stratford 
Duncombe, Esq., P. H. P. (1872), Brickhill 

Manor, Fenny Stratford 
*Du Pre, Esq.,"^C. G. (1827), Wilton Park, 

Beaconsfield 
Ellames, Esq., J. P. (1871), The Manor 

House, Little Marlow 
*Fremantle, m.p., The Hon. T. F. (1854), 

Swanbourne, Winslow 
Fremantle, The Hon. E. R. (1872), Swan- 

bourne. Winslow 
Fuller, Esq., B. (1830), Hyde House, 

Chesham 
Fuller, Esq., J. S. (1864), Hyde House, 

Chesham 
Gaskell, Esq.,W.P. (1872) 
Goodall, Capt. L. E. (1877), Dinton Hall, 

Aylesbury 
Graves, The Rev. J. (1862), Bradenham 

Manor, High Wycombe 
Greaves, Esq., S. R. (1878), Western House, 

Winslow 
Greaves, The Rev. J. (1863), Great 

Missenden 



1882.] 

Grenfell, Esq., W. H. (1879), Taplow Court, 

Maidenhead 
Hall, Esq.. L. R. (1856), Foscott Manor, 

Buckingham 
Hall, Esq., 1. D. (1880), Farnham Chase, 

Farnham Koyal, Slough 
Hanbury, Esq., G. (1868), Blythewood, 

Maidenhead 
«Hanmer, Esq.,"W. E. (1858), Stockgrove, 

Fenny Stratford 
HaiTison, Esq., S. A. (1878), Wolverton 

Hoiise, Wolverton 
*Harvey, Bart., m.p,. Sir R. B. (1850), 

Langley Park, Slough 
Henderson, Esq., J. (1879), St udley Priory, 

Oxford 
Hewett,V,Major J. M. M. (1803), Uplands, 

Hughenden, High "Wycombe 
Hibbert, Esq., J. asT. (1835), Chalfont Park, 

Slough 
Hibbert, Esq., L. (1862), Chalfont Lodge, 

Slough 
Higgins, Esq., C. (1867) Boycott Manor, 

Buckingham 
Higginson, Colonel G. "W. A. (1864), The 

Croft.Great i\[arlow 
Hubbard, m.p., The Eight Hon. J. G. 

(1857), Addington Manor, Winslow 
Hubbard,Esq., E. (1871), Addington Manor, 

Winslow 
Hubbard, Lieut.-Col. C. J. (1878), Adding- 
ton House, "Winslow 
Jenney, Esq., S. W. (1862), Drayton Lodge, 

Tring 
Jeston, Rev. H. P. (1837), Cholesbur^-, 

Tring 
Knapp,Esq..M. G. S. (1867), Little Linford, 

Newport Pagnell 
*Lambert, Esq., K G. (1861), Denham 

Court, Uxbridge 
Lee, Esq., E. D. (1867), HartweH House, 

Aylesbury 
Levi, Esq., W. (18G9), Woughton House, 

Bletchley 
Lloyd, The Rev. C. (1852), The Rectory, 

Chalfont St. Giles, Slough 
*Lovett, Esq., P. C. (1866), Liscombe Park, 

Leighton Buzzard 
*Lowndes, Esq., W. (1859), The Bury, 

Chesham 
Lowndes, Esq., W. S. (1840), Whaddon 

Hall, Stony Stratford 
Lo'ttTides, Jun.,Esq.,"W. S. (1875), Aspley 

House, Woburn, Bods 
*Lowndes, Esq., E. "W. S. (1845), 

Winslow 
Lowndes, Esq., R. W. S. (1856), Ehners, 

Bletchley 
Lowndes, The Rev. C. W. S. (1857), Craw- 
ley, Newport Pagnell 
MacConnell, Esq., J. E. (1870), The Wood- 
lands, Great Misse.nden 
Mackenzi?, Esq., W. D. (1880), Fawlcy 
Court, Henley-on-Thames 



BUCKINGHAM. JJ 

Maunsell, Esq., C. C. (1878), The Lodge, 

Great Brickhill, Bletchley 
MHner, Esq., D. (1879), Beal House, 

Amersham 
Morgan, Esq., G. M. (1868), Biddlesden 

Park, Brackloy 
*Newman, Esq., .L (1842), Brand's House, 

High Wycombe 
Ou\Ty, The Rev. P. T. (1852), Chairman— 

Cottesloe Division, Wing Vicarage, Leigh- 
ton Buzzard 
Palmer, Esq., C. J. (1854), Dorney Court, 

Windsor 
Parkinson, Esq., J. B. (1848), Chairman— 

Chesham Division, Brasier's End, Tring 
Partridge, The Rev. W. E. (1842), Horsen- 

don House, Tring 
Phillimore, The Rev. G. (1845), Chairman 

— Dcsborough Second Division, Radnage 

Rectory, Stokenchurch 
Pigott, the Rev. R. H. (1869), Grendon 

Underwood, Aylesbury 
Pigott, Esq., W". H. (1872), Doddershall 

Park, Winslow 
Pilgrim, Esq., C. (1874), Akeley Wood, 

Buckingham 
Powell, Major F. (1879), Jilontaguo House, 

High Wycombe 
*Pratt, Col. W. C. (1855), Oving House, 

Aylesbury 
Purey-Cust, The Very Rev. (1855), The 

Deanery, York 
Robarts, 'Esq., A. J. (1866), Lillingstonc 

Day roll, Buckingham 
*Rose, Bart., Sir P. (1873), Raynors, 

Penn 
*Rose, Esq., R. (1863), The Chestuuts. 

Aylesbury 
RusseU, The Rev. E. N. (1857), Beachamp- 

ton Rectory, Stony Stratford 
*Scott-Murray, Esq., C. R. S. (1841), Danes- 
field, Great Marlow 
Scott-Murray, Esq., C. A. (1872), Danes- 
field, Great Marlow 
Sinith, M.P., The Eight Hon.W. H. (1878), 

The Greenlands, Henley-on-Thames 
Stratton, Esq., J. L. (1857), Turweston, 

Brackley 
Stuart, Esq., C. P. (1859), Sandy Mount 

House, Woburn, Beds 
Swabey, d.c.l., M. C. M. (1863), Langley 

Marish. Slough 
Tarver, The Rev. J. (1859), Filgrave Rec- 
tory, Newport Pagnell 
Thompson, Esq., S. (1877), Bramcote, 

Slough 
Tippinge, Lieut.-CoL A. (1879), Long Parish 

House, Whitchurch, Hants 
Tompson, Esq., E. C. S. (1867), Dromenagh, 

Iver, Uxbridge 
*Tower, Esq., C. (1839), Huntsmore Park, 

Uxbridge 
*Verney, Bart., Sir H. (1827), CJaydcn 

House, Y/inslow 

2 



18 



THE COTJNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



Way, TheEev. H. H. (1864), Aldebourne, 
Langley Marish, Slough 

Wethered, Esq., Thos. O. (1880), Sej-moiir 
Court, Great Marlow 

Non-Resident Magistrates. 

Moore, Esq., F. J. (185.5), Woodcock Hill, 

Great Bcrkhamijstead, Herts 
Morrell, Esq., C. (1868) 
*Nugent, Bart., Sir G. E. (1824), West 

Harling Hall, Harling, Norfolk 
Osborne, "The Rev. Lord S. G. (1835), 

Durweston Rectory, Blandford, Dorset 
Owen. The Rev. E. (1852), Bradwell Lodge, 

Maldon 
Pcnrhyn, Lord (1868), Mortimer House, 

Halkin Street, S.T\^ 
Price, Esq., T. E. (1856) 
Rich, The Rev. J. (1833) 
Ryder, The Hon. G. D. (1832), Wosthrook, 

St. Albans 
Smith, Col. P.(1861), Guards' Club,PallMall 
Smith, Esq., S. G. (1868), Sacombe Park, 

Ware, Herts 
*Thomton, Esq., H. (1856), Kempston 

Grange, Bedford 
Vansittart, Esq., G. H. (1848)_, Chairman— 

Desborouffh First Division, Bisham Abbey, 

Great Marlow [Anglesey 

*Verney,R.x., Capt. E. H. (1861), Rhianva, 
Vincent, The Rev. F. (1827), Prebendary of 

Chichester, Chichester 
Waller, Esq., E. (1869), Farmingtoli 

Lodge, Northleach 
Wankiyn, Esq., E. (1851) 
Wentworth, Esq., T. F. C. V. (1857), Stoke 

Wethered, Esq., L. W. (1866), Stubbings 

House, Maidenhead 
Whigham, Esq., J. (1861), 52, Cromwell 

Road, London, S.W. 
WilHams, Esq., J. G. (1878), Pendby, 

T^riTi'^ Hprts 
Williams, Col., 0. L. C. (1876), Temple, 

Great INIarlow 
Young, The Rev. E. N. (1839), Heme 

Bay, Kent 
Young, The Rev. H. T. (1847), MaUard's 

Court, Stokenchurch 
Young, Bt., Sir C. L, (1876), 5, Ashbum 

Place, Cromwell Road, London, S.W. 
Young, Esq., G. A. (1851) 

Deputy Lieutenant not a Magistrate. 
He Rothschild, Esq., Ferdinand. 

Chief County Officials. 
Clcrh of the Tcace and Clerk to the Licntcna)ic>/—EA\y&xi R. Baynes, Esq. (Aylesbury) ; 
County Treasurer— H. A. P. Cooper, Esq. (Old Bank. Avlesburv) ; Chief Constable^ 
Capt. J. C. T. Drake (Aylesbury) ; Under S/ierif—Jose-ph Parrott, Esq. (Aylesbury) ; 
Coroners— 'Robert De'Ath, Buckingham (Winslow district) ; J. Parrott, Aylesbury (Ayles- 
bury district) ; F. Charsley, Slough (Beaconsneld district) ; J. Worley, Stony Stratford 
(Nevvport Pagnell district) ; County Auditor— J. O'Neill, Esq. (Bedford) ; Cotinty Surveyors 
— E. 8. Harris, jun. (Stony Stratford); W. F. Taylor (Aylesbury), and C. Carter (Great 
Marlow) ; Count-j Analyst — J. A. Wankiyn, Esq. (7, Westminster Chambers, S.W.) 



Watson, Esq., J. (1876), Langley House, 

Slouiih 
Watts.'^Esq., E. H. (1875), Hanslope Park, 

Stouy Stratford 



Apthorp, The Rev. W. H. (1835) 
Ashhurst, Esq.. J. H. (1868), Watcrstock, 

\Vlieatlev, Oxon 
Bittleston,Xnt.. Sir Adrian (1876), 87, Lin- 
den Gardens, Bayswater, London. 
Bro^sTi, Esq., A. H. C. (1857), Kingston 

Blount, Tetsworth, O.xon 
Calvert, Esq., F. (1851), 38, Upper Gros- 

venor Street, London, AY. 
Cameron, Esq., D. (1859), 64, Rutland Gate, 

London, S.W. 
Creaton, Lieut.-Col. J. J. A. L. (1856), 

7, Sydney Place, Onslow Square, Bromp- 

ton, London, S.\V. 
Curric, The Rev. M. W. (1862) 
Egmont, The Earl of (1869), 26, St. James's 

Place, S.W. 
Fitz-Gcrald, Capt.R. P. (1861), North Hall, 

Basingstoke 
«-Fitzniaurice, The Hon. W. E. (1842) 
Freeman, Esq., W. P. W. (1836) 
*Gilpin, Bart., Col. Sir E. T. (1845), 

HocklifFe Grange, Leighton Buzzard 
Grafton, The Duke of (1864), Wakefield 

Lod2;o, Stony Stratford 
Grav, The Rev. C.E. (1848), The Vicarage, 

Riccall, York 
Grey. Admiral, The Hon. G. (1867), Bourne- 
mouth 
Hadden, Esq., C. S. (1878), Berkhampstead, 

Herts 
Henley, The Eight Hon. J. W. (1828), 

Waterperry, Oxford 
Hibbert, Lieut.-Col. F. D. (1855), 35, Clar- 
endon Square, Leamington 
Higgins,'Esq.,W. F. (1874), Fumey House, 

Bedford 
Irvine, Esq., P. (1866), Tasmania 
Keene, Lieut.-Col. E.R. (1868), Swyncombe, 

Henlev-on-Thames 
Lacey, The Rev. C. (1832), 25, Finsbury 

Square, London, E.G. 
Mansel, Esq., J. C. (1849), Cosgrove Hall, 

Stonv Stratford 
Morland, Esq., B. H. (1867), Shcepstead, 

Abingdon 



1882.] 



BUCKINGHAIVC 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



19 



Divisions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1S71). 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks toMagistrates. 


Annual 
Salary. 


Ashendon . . 


31,657 


6,804 


Sessions Eoom, Brill {Mon- 
days, monthly) 


Wm. Crouch, AyleB- 
burj- 


£ 
100 


Aylesbury.. 


80,374 


80,628 


CountyHall, Aylesbury [alter- 
nate Saturdays) . . 


F. B. Parrott, -^ 

Aylesbury 










Great Missenden {Mondays, 


" 1- 


365 








monthly) 










Princes Risborough ( Wed- 


,, 










nesdays, raonthly).. 






Buckingham 


51,831 


10,581 


Town Hall, Buckingham {al- 


Henry Small,Buck- 


196 








ternate Saturdays) 


inghani 




Bui-nham . . 


42,193 


13,967 


Beaconsfield {alternate Mon- 
days) 


G. A. Charsley, 
Beaconsfiold 


181 








The Crown, Amersham (4^/* 


Henry Bedford, 


36 








Monday) 


Amersham 




Chesham . . 


12,657 


7,604 


Town HaU, Chesham (Is' & 
3rd Wednesdays) . . 


J. D. Francis & F. 
How, Chesham 


113 


Cottesloe . . 


39,243 


12,866 


Liaslade (2nd Monday) 


Jhn .X ewton .Leigh- 
ton Buzzard, Beds 


40 








Iviaghoe {3rd Saturday) . . 


Charles E. Grover 
HemelHempsteac 


32 


Desborough (1st 


26,407 


8,935 


Police Court, Great Marlow 


Robert A. Ward 


127 


Division) 






(1st S 3rd Thursdays) . . 


Maidenhead 




Desborough (2nd 


29,276 


14,385 


Police Com-t,Wycombe(efe)-y 


Thos. J. Reynolds 


247 


Division) 






Friday) 


High Wycombe 




Newport . , 


68,637 


24,086 


PoliceCourt,Newport Pagnell 
{alternate Wednesdays) . 


William PoweU, 
Newport Pagnel 


270 


Stoke 


28,650 


22,359 


Police Court, Slougt i^i\p' 
Wednesday) 


Long, Durnford, 
and Lovegrove 
Windsor 


350 


Stony Stratford . . 


12,048 


6,876 


Session Room, Stony Strat- 
ford {alternate Fridays).. 


E. S. Harris, Stonj 
Stratford 


76 


"Winslow . . 


37,6-28 


9,578 


Police Station, Winslow 
{every Wednesday) 


Wmis & Willis, 
A^'inslow 


102 





Urban Sanitary Authorities. 




Authorities 


Character of Population 
Authority. (1881.) 


Rateable 
Value (1881). 


Names of Clerks. 


Aylesbury 

Beaconstield 

Buckingham 

Chipping Wycombe 

Eton 

Slough 


Local board 
Local board 
Municipal borough 
Mtuiicipal borough 
Local board 
Local board ,« 


7,795 
1,635 
3,585 
10,618 
3,466 
5,080 


£ 
26,853 
7,255 
18,819 
25,295 
15,457 
20,291 


Geo. FeU 

George H. Charsley 

H. Hearn 

D. Clarke 

G. H. Long 

C. T. PhOlips 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



Unions 
and Authorities. 



Amersham . . 
Aylesbury (P.L.A 
(R.S.A 
Buckingham 
Eton 

Newport PagneU 

Winslow 

Wvcombe . . 



Area. 

Acres. 



49,840 
72,503 
69,303 
52,789 
42,540 

71,568 

33,430 

81,715 



Popula- 
tion 
(1831). 



18,314 
24,606 
7,795 
12,419 
27,738 

24,582 

7,942 

40,284 



Rateable 
value 
(1S31). 



Names of Chairmen. 



£ 

73,384 
142,575 
126,270 

99,786 
166,415 

181,251 

51,100 

153,576 



W. Lowndes 

J. Treadwell 

Thomas Bell 

Thos. Barge 

John A. Edwards. . 
JF. Coales (P.L.A.) 
(J. R. V-'ikner (R.S.A.) 

W. S. Lowndes 
f G. Humphreys (P.L.A. 
I T. Coates (R.'S.A. 



Names of Clerkf 



H. Bedford 
F. B. Pan-ott 

H. Hearn 
R. H. Barrett 

Wm. Powell 

D. T. Willis 

T. J. Revnolds 



20 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

School Boards. 



[1882. 



BoardF. 



Unions of 



Buckingham . . 
Chipping Wycombe . . 

(b) Adstock 

(b) Bledlow 

(h) Bow Bricldiill 

Chalfont St. Giles 

(b) Chearsley . . 

(b) Chesliam 

Chipping ■\Vycombe, with L. Marlow 

(b) Domey (U.D.) 

(6) Drayton Parslow 

(b) Ellesborough 

(?)) Emberton (U.D.) 

Fiilmer 

(i"^) Haddenham(U.D.) 

Hanslox^e 

Havcrsham (U.D.) . . 

Langley Marish 

Linslade 

Long Crendon 

(b) Ohicy (U.D.) 

(b) Sheuley and Loughton (U.D.).. 
(b) Stol^e Poges (U.D.) 
Stokeiichurch 
Tingewick 

(6) TurvUlo 

West Wycombe 

(b) Woughton-on-the-Grecn and 

Simpson (U.D.) 

(a) Wyrardisbury 



Municipal borough 

Buckingham 

Wycombe . . 

Newport Pagnell . . 

Amcrsham 

Aylesbury . • 

Amersham 

Wycombe . . 

Eton 

W' inslow . . 

Wycombe . . 

Newport Pagnell . . 

Eton 

Aylesbury . . 

Newport Pagnell . . 

Newport Pagnell . . 

Eton 

Leigh ton Buzzard. 

Thame 

Newport Pagnell . . 

Newport PagneU . . 

Eton 

Wycombe . . 

Buckingham 

Wycombe . . 

Wycombe . . 

Newport Pagnell . , 

Eton 



Popula- 





tion 


A 01 

3 


(1881). 


3,5S5 


5 


10,618 


9 


383 


5 


1,0?0 


5 


4G8 


5 


1,2(!4 


5 


311 


5 


6,488 


7 


2,5JS 


9 


476 


5 


479 


5 


703 


5 


637 


5 


412 


5 


1,572 


5 


1,5S4 


5 


236 


5 


2,1S5 


5 


1,75U 


5 


l,3Gry 


5 


2,4m 


7 


737 


5 


2,145 


5 


1,640 


5 


7S7 


» 


4.56 


5 


2,3S!) 


5 


737 


5 


731 


5 



Names of Clerks. 



Geo. Bennett] 

T. MarshaU 

W. Weston (Hon.) 

William TyrreD Pycraft 

Elias Neel 

H. Bedford 

T. Parrott 

Fred. How 

D. Clarke 
C. F. Dean 

Eev. A. Cyril Pearson 

(Hon.) 
Eev. J. H. R. Sumner 

(Chairinan) 
Wm. Hawkins 
Rev.C.Joyce(6'^aJ/7rtan) 

E. Parker 
G. Cox 

Rev. A. B. Frazer 
Jas. Watson {Chairman) 
Alfred Blake 
E. Parker 
Rev. Jos. AUen 
John Morris 

C. F. Dean 

William TjTreU Pycraft 
Eev.J.Coker(CTaJ/7/(a?() 

D. Clarke 
Fredk. Bodley 

A. Thomas 



The Militia Force. 

The Bucks Militia Force is comprised in the 3rd Battalion of the Oxfordshu-e Territorial 
Regiment of Light Infantry (late 43rd and 52nd Foot). Regimental District, No. 43. Depot, 
Oxford. Headquarters, Wycombe. Hon. Colonel, W. C. Pratt ; Lieut. -Colonel, Lord Canmgton ; 
Adjutant, Major F. Powell, 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Bucks Volunteer Force consists of one regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry, with an estab- 
lishment strength of 425 of aU ranks. Headquarters, Buckingham. Lieut. -Col. Com., Duke of 
Buckingham and Chandos. Lieut. -Colonel, Adjutant, Major the Hon. J. D. 

Drummond. Also two administrative battalions of Rifles. Maximum strength of establishment, 
1,100 of all ranks. 



COUNTY OF CAMBPJDGE. 

One of the South Midland counties, situated in the eastern part of England, having Lin- 
colnshire on the north, Norfolk and Suffolk on the east, Essex and Herts on the south, 
and Bedfordshire, Huntingdonshire, and Northamptonshire on the west. Extreme length, 
.'>0 miles; hreadth, 30 miles; circumference, 130 miles; square miles, 818. Principal 
rivers, the Ouse, Cam, Nene, and Lark. Cambridge itself is an important railway centre, 
and communicates with Bishoj) Stortford and London, by the Great Eastern Eailway, and 
northward to Ely, thence to Peterborough, Huntingdon, ilarch, and the ports of Lynn 
and Wisbech, also to Brandon, and so to Norwich and the port of Yarmouth ; east- 
wards, there is connection for Cambridge Avith Newmarket (from which place a line opened 
in 1S70 hranches off to Ely through Soham) and Bury St. Edmund's ; there is also a 



1882.] CAMBKIDGE. 21 

branch from Cambridge to Hitcliin on the Great Northern, and a line HLiondon and North 
"Western) crossing the Great Northern at Sandy, through Bedford to Bletchley and 
Oxford. Ely and Maj-ch are other railway centres. The whole county is now provided 
with railway communication to all parts of England. "With the exception of the chalk 
hills in the south, the surface of Cambridgeshire consists of marshy, iiat, fenny land, 
which a skilful drainage has converted into fine meadows and a fertile soil. The principal 
crops raised in the fens are corn, iiax, hemp, beans, and potatoes. The gault and green- 
sand valley, thi-ough which the Cam flows, is called The Daii-ies, being wholly occupied 
by dairy farms. Stock are reared here, and much butter and cheese sent to the Loudon 
markets. The chalk hills alluded to are bleak, heathy, thinly inhabited, and present 
a striking contrast to the level and fertile aspect of the central and northern districts. 
The hilly parts are chieflj- appropriated to sheep-walks. Good crops of barley are, how- 
ever, produced where the soil is most fertile. The county retui-ns three members to 
Parliament. It constitutes the archdeaconry of Ely, in the diocese of Ely, and pro\'ince of 
Cantcrbui-j', and is also part of the archdeaconry of Sudbury. It is in the South Eastern 
circuit (formerly Norfolk) ; the assizes being held at Cambridge. The division (or liberty, 
as it was legally termed before the passiag of the Acts 6 & 7 "William IV. c. 87, and 1 
"Vict. c. 53) of the Isle of Ely possesses, in some respects, the features of a distinct coimty, 
having its own custos rotulorum, commission of the peace, and police. The statutes 
just named have, however, practically assimilated the judicial administration of the Isle 
(by which is meant that portion of the fens known as the Bedford Level, comprised 
in the county of Cambridge) to divisions in other counties. The shire has 17 
hundreds, 172 civil parishes (besides parts of others) ; 8 poor-law unions, 1 poor-law 
incorporation, 8 registration districts ; 2 municipal boroughs [Cambridge* and "Wisbech*], 
8 urban sanitary authorities, 8 rural sanitary authorities ; and 6 turnpike trusts. It 
also has two courts of quarter sessions (one for the county, so called, and one for the 
isle), and is divided into 11 petty sessional divisions (6 in the county so called, and 5 in 
the isle) . The borough of Cambridge has a separate commission of the peace and court 
of quarter sessions; the borough of "Wisbech has a separate commission of the peace 
only ; both boroughs have their own police. The only parliamentary borough is Cam- 
bridge, returning two members. The University (6,250 electors in 1881) also sends two 
members to Parliament. 

Geological Notes. — The chalk formation prevails in the southern and south-eastern parts 
of this county, where it forms part of the Chiltem range. The gault and greensand 
appear towards the centre, followed by the upper and middle oolite, while the drift and 
post-tertiary deposits cover the north. 

Historical Xotes. — Cambridgeshire first belonged to the Iberians, and afterwards to a 
British tribe called the Iceni ; and being overcome by the Eomans, was by them included 
in the province of Flavia Cassariensis. On the retreat of the Piomans it was held by the 
"Welsh; but they being driven out, it was settled by the same English "Waring and 
Frisian clans as Norfolk and Suffolk. W'hen the present kingdom of England was 
formed, the land took the name of Grantbridgeshire, and in 870 was wasted bj- the Danes. 
In 875 these invaders again occupied the country, and obtained afterwards a permanent 
settlement among the East English, but in 921 an army of these settlers surrendered to 
Edward the Elder. In 1010 a fresh swarm of Danes, under King Swain, for the second 
time burned Cambridge. On the accession of William the Conqueror, almost the only part 
of the land which resisted him was the Isle of Ely, where the gallant Hereward le "Wake 
held out for nearly seven years, until 1074, when he was overpowered. The later events 
are of little importance. There are abbey ruins at Thomey and Denny. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^-c. — There are a few potteries in the county, also paper mills, 
parchment works, a needle factory, &c. Brewing and malting are large trades. Brick- 
making is carried on to some extent ; also lime-burning for manure. Much oil is pressed 
from flax, hemp, and cole-seed ; and printing and bookselling, basket and_ mat making, 
employ many persons. As there are so many navigable cuts and drains in the county, 
the employment of bargemen and boatmen is large, and many persons are engaged in 
ship, boat, and barge building. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics. — Area of county, 52-4,926 acres; number of 
houses (I8Sn, inhabited, 41,312; ditto, uninhabited, 2,406 ; ditto, building, 200 ; popula- 
tion (1881) ; males, 91,156 ; females, 94,319; total, 185,475; average number of persona 
to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors in 1881 

(excluding Cambridge borough, but including the Isle of Ely), 10,294 ; valuation for 
county assessment (March 25, 1881), £636,159 ; for police assessment, £636,159 ; received 

* Fide " ilunicipal Corporations Companion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



22 THE COUKTY COMPANION. [1882. 

for y-Rar by county rate (2M.), £6,627; bypolicerate (Ud.), £3,976 ; total receipts, £1-5,111 ; 
total expenditure, £14,410'; amount of loans outstanding (March 25, 1881), £5,300. Isle 
OF Ely Divi.srox : Number of parliamentary electors (inc. in county) ; -valuation for divisional 
assessment (March 25, 1881), 457,088 : for police assessment, £422,951 ; received for year 
by county rate (3?,d.), £6,890 ; by police rate (Ud.), £2,868 ; total receipts, £13,021 ; total 
expenditure, £13,074 ; amount of loans outstanding (March 25, 1881), £2,500. 

Foiled and Criminal Statistics. — Cambridge County Division : The force comprised 
(September 29, 1881) 1 chief constable (Major E. Calvert), at £350 yearly, and £100 
allowances; 4 superintendents (Charles Stretten, Dep. C. C, Cambridge; W. Dade, 
Arrington ; Charles Long, Linton ; and William Benson, Newmarket), from £200. 15s. to 
£120 yearly, and £50 each as allowances ; 2 inspectors at £97 10s. to £90 yearly ; 6 sergeants 
from 303. lid. to 27s. 5d. weekly ; and 57 constables from 27s. 5d. to 21s. 7d. weekly ; total 
of all ranks, 70. The cost of the force in the previous year was £6,303 : the proportion 
paid by the Government was £2,614. The area of the district is 294,322 acres. For 
52 indictable offences reported, 29 persons were apprehended, and 22 committed for trial ; 
for offences determined summarily, 816 persons were proceeded against, and 714 convicted, 
91 persons and 90 comdctions respectively being classed under charges of drunkenness. 
There are 408 public-houses, 332 beer-houses, and 31 refreshment-houses within the 
district controlled by the force. Isle of Ely Division : The force comprised (September 
29, 1881) 1 chief constable (Major W. B. Ferris), at £300 yearly, and £62 allowances; 
3 superintendents (T. Smith, Ely, Dep. C.C. ; B. Burrows, March ; and Joseph 
Anker, Wisbech), from £140 to £120 yearly, and £1. 6s. each as allowances; 3 
inspectors, from £90 to £80 yearly ; 6 sergeants, from 28s. to 268. weekly; and 40 con- 
stables, from 24s. to 20s. weekly; total of all ranks, 52. The cost of the force in the 
previous year was £4,679 ; the proportion paid by the Government was £2,339. The 
area of the district is 220,894 acres. For 31 indictable offences reported, 33 persons were 
apprehended, and 28 committed for trial; for offences determined summarily, 959 persons 
were proceeded against and 837 convicted, 165 persons and 156 convictions respectively 
being classed under charges of drunkenness. There are 258 public-houses, 253 beer- 
houses, and 13 refreshment-houses within the district controlled by the force. 

Agricultural Statistics (year ending June, 1881). — Total acreage under croj^s, bare 
fallow, and grass, 482,889, viz. : corn, 250,012 ; green crops, 79,607 ; clover, grasses, &c., 
45,379; permanent pasture, &c., 84,526; bare fallow, &c., 22,728. The total number of 
horses was 27,285 ; cattle, 44,175 ; sheep, 268,094 ; and pigs, 37,680. 

Principal Markets, Fairs, S;c. — Cambridge : Saturdays ; feirs — Saturday before Easter 
Tuesday (sheep and cattle) ; before July 30, and before November 1 7 ; Jime 24, (horses, 
cattle, wood, and pedlery) ; Stourbridge fair — September 28 (horses, cattle, hops, &c.) 
Chatteris: Fridays — Friday before October 11, and last Friday in April (cattle). Fig : 
Thursdays — last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in May and October. March : Wed- 
nesdays. Thorney : July 1; September 21 (horses). Whittlesey: Fridays — June 13 
(horses). Wisbech : Thursdays and Saturdays — the second Thursday in May (horses and 
cattle) ;' July 25 (horses) ; August 12 (cattle) ; Wednesday, about the middle of September 
(hiring) . 

Ncivsj^apers. — Cambridge Chronicle and University Journal, ^-c. Friday, 2d. C. 1744. 
Exors. of C. W. Naylor & Smith, Cambridge. — Cambridge Fzprcss. Saturday, Id. I. 
1868. W. Metcalfe & Son, Cambridge. — Cambridge Independent Press. Saturday, 2d. 
L. 1807. W. J. Hatfield & Co., Cambridge. — Chatteris Advertiser. Friday, Id. C. 
1872. G. Sharman, Chatteris. — City of Fly Chronicle. Saturdeij, Id. L. 1876. The Lynn 
News Company, Ely. — City of Fly Standard. Friday, Id. C. 1872. G.Sharman, Ely. — 
Cambridgeshire Times and Ma?rh Gazette. Friday, Id. 0. 1872. G. Sharman, March. — 
Littlcport Gazette. Friday Id. C. 1879. G. Sharman. Littloport. — Whittlesea Feporter. 
Friday, Id. C. 1875. G. Sharman, Whittlesea. — Wisbech Advertiser. Wednesday, 
Id. I. 1845. Gardiner & Co., AVisbech. — Wisbech Chronicle. Friday, Id. L.-C. 
1857. E. R. Schofield, Wisbech. — Wisbech Constitutional Gazette. Friday, 2d. C. 
1868. Thew & Son, Wisbech. — Wisbech Telegraph. Saturday, gratis. I. 1855. 
Gardiner & Co., Wisbech. 

DIVISION OF THE COUNTY OF CAMBRIDGE. 

Lord Lieutenant of the County and Gustos Rotulorum. 
Charles Watson Townley, Esq., Fulbourn. 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 

(For the whole of the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon) . 

TnoiiAs CooTE, Esq., Oaklands, Fenstanton, Hunts. 



1882.] CAMBRIDGE. 

Members of Parliament. 

(For tte whole of the county) . 

The Eight Hon. Sir H. B. W. Brand, g.c.b. (l), Speaker. 

J. K. BuLWEK, Esq., a.c. (c). 



Edward Hicks, Esq. (c). 



Chairman and Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 

HoLDEN AT Cambridge. 

A. Sperling, Esq., Chairman. E. Hicks, Esq., M.r., Vice-Chairman. 

The Magistrates (and. Deputy Lieutenants) of the Cotinty. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 



♦Adeane, r.n., Capt. E. S., 28, Eaton 

Place, London 
*Allix, Esq., C. P., Swaffham House, 

SwafFham Prior, Newmarket 
ABtell, Esq., J. H., Woodbury HaU, Gam- 

lingay, St. Neots 
Burgoyne, Bart., Col. Sir J. M., Sutton 

Park, Biggleswade, Beds 
Cadogan, Earl, Babraham HaU, Cambridge 
Cambridge, The Mayor of {cx-officio) 
Cambridge University, The Vice-chancellor 

of {ex-officio) 
Carbery-Evans, Esq., J., Hatley Park, 

St. Neots 
Cheere, Rev. E., Papworth Hall, St. Ives 
Craven, Esq., W. C, Horseheath, Linton 
Daintree, Esq., J. C., Elsworth, near St. 

Ives 
Daintree, Esq., J. 0., Swavesey, St. Ives 
*Dc la Warr, Earl, Bourn Hall, Poyston 
Dobede, Esq., II. F., Exning HaU, New- 
market 
Duncombe. Esq.,"\V. H. 0. , Waresley Park, 

St. Neots 
Fellowcs, Rev. E. L., "Wimpole, Eoyston 
*Fic]din, Esq., T. J., Linton 
Fordham, Esq., F. J., Royston 
Fordham, Esq., E. K., Ashwell, Eoyston 
*Foster, Esq., E. B., Anstey HaU, Trump- 

ington, Cambridge 
Frost, Esq., E. P., West Wratting HaU, 

Linton 
Frost, Esq., Harry, West Wratting Park, 

Linton 
Gardner, Esq., P. T., Conington HaU, St. 

Ives 
Godfrey, Eev. W., Chairman of Newmar'kct 

Division, Kennett, Newmarket 
Goodwin, Esq., E., HUdersham, near 

Linton 
Gurdon-Eebow, Esq., H. J., Bourn Hall, 

Caxton 
*HaU, Esq., W. H., Shi Mile Bottom, near 

Newmarket 
*Hamond, Esq., W. P., Pampisford HaU, 

Cambridge 
*Hardwicke, Earl of, Wimpole Hall, 

Eoyston 



♦Herbert, Esq. , E. G, W., Ickleton, near 

Saffron Walden 
*Hicks, Esq., m.p., E., Chairman of Bot- 

tisham Division, WUbraham Temple, 

Cambridge 
Hicks, Esq., S. E., Datchet, Windsor 
*Houblon, Esq., E. A., Chairman of Linton 

Division, Bartlow, Linton 
*Huddlestone, Esq., F., Sawston HaU, 

Cambridge 
*HurreU, Esq., Swann, Cambridge 
Hurrell, Esq., W., Newton, Cambridge 
Hustwick, Esq., T., Soham 
Inglis, CB., Major-Gen. W., HUdersham 

HaU, Cambridge 
*-Isaacson, Esq., W. P.,WiUoughby House, 

Newmarket 
King, Esq., E. W., Brinkloy HaU, New- 

market 
*Leeds, Duke of, Gogmagog HUls, Cam- 
bridge 
*Mortlock, Esq., E. J., Cambridge 
Nash-Woodham, Esq., Shepreth, Eoyston 
*Newton, Esq., S. C, The Downs, Croxton, 

St. Neots 
*Newton, Esq., G. 0., Croxton Park, St. 

Neots 
North, The Hon.W. H. J., KirtUng Tower, 

Newmarket 
Nott, Gen. H., Ilarstou, Cambridge 
Palmer, Bart., Sir E., Stetchworth Parsr^ 

Newmarket 
*Pemberton, Esq., C. E., Newton, Cam » 

bridge 
*Pemberton, Esq., F. A. R., Newton, 

Cambridge 
*Pemberton, Esq., H. W., Chairman of 

Cambridge Division, Truropington HaU, 

Cambridge 
*Perkins, Esq., H., Chairman of Melbourn 

Bench, Thriplow, Eoyston 
Pj-ne, Esq., E., Eoyston 
Eobinson, Esq., C. W., DulUngham House, 

Newmarket 
Eushton, M.A., Eev. J., Longstowe, 

Cay.ton 
Shaw, M.A., Eev. F., Fendrayton, St. Ives, 
Hunts 



24 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



*Smith, Esq., Elliot, Cambridge 
*Sperlinpr, A., Chairman of Caxtoti Division, 

Lattenbury Hill, St. Ives 
*Stanley, Esq,. S., Longstowo Hall, Caxton 
Stone, M.A., Ecv. H., Chairman of Arrington 

Bench, Croydon, Arrington 
*Tharp, Esq., W. M., Chipi^cnhani Park, 

Newmarket 
*Wale, Col. E. G., Little Shclford, Cam- 

brid":e 



[1882. 

Webb, Esq., T.V., Great Gransden, Caxton 
Wilkinson, Eev. C. A., Boxworth Ecctorv, 

St. Ives 
*Wilkinson, Esq., I. H., Upper Hare Park, 

Ke'OTnarket 
*Wortham, Esq., B. H., Kneesworth 

House, Eoyston 
*yorke. Eon. E. T., 15, Park Street, 

Grosvenor Square, W. 
*Yorke, r.n., Capt. Hon. J. M.. 52, 
Eutland Gate, W. 



Deputy Lieutenants not Magistrates. 



Balls, Esq., C, Cherrj'binton Hall, Cam- 
bridge 

Bowkor, Esq., T., Whittlesey, Peter- 
borough 

Childers, Esq., J. W., Cantley Hall, 
Doncaster 

Fawcett, Esq., E. M., Cambridge 



Fryer, Esq., F. D., Moulton Paddocks, 

Newma^-ket 
Jackson, Esq., W. G.,. Wisbech 
Piggott, Esq., W., Dullingham House, 

Newmarket 
Eichardson, Esq., T. S., Hedingbara, Essex 
Vipan, Esq., J., Sutton House, Ely 



Chief Officials (County Division). 

Clcrh of the Peace — Hale Wortham, Esq. (Eoyston and Cambridge) ; CIcrJc to the lieu- 
tenancif of the County — Samuel Peed, Esq. (Cambridge); Corowcr— Chas. AVillm. Palmer, 
Esq. (Cambridge) ; Deputy Coroner— 3 . Bennett, Esq. (Cambridge) ; Chief Constable— 
Major E. Calvert (Cambridge) ; County Treasurer — Gilbert Ainslic, Esq. (Cambridge) ; 
Under-sheriff— -T\\os. Fred. Fowler, Esq. (Huntingdon) ; Comity Surveyor— W'.}ii.¥ayfce.tt, 
Esq. (Cambridge) ; County Analyst— :Sa.s,Wes,i'k.m.gh.is, Esq. (Cambridge). 



DIVISIOM OF THE ISLE OF ELY. 

Custos Rotulorum. 
The Most Noble The Duke of Bedford, Woburn Abbey, Woburn, Beds. 

Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 

HOLDEN ClIKISTMAS AND MiDSUMMER AT WiSBECH, AND SrraNG AND MlCHAELMAS AT 

Ely, and at March in all four quarters by adjournment. 
John Eichardson Fry'eu, Esq. 

The Magistrates of the Isle of Ely Division. 
*Dcputy Lieutenants of the County. 



*Aveling, Esq., J. T. (1874), Estopher 

House, March 
Banks, m.a., Eev. S. (1845), Cottenham, 

Cambridge 
Bidwcll, Esq., Cbarles (1881), Ely 
*Brown, Esq., J. (18G4), Elwyu Orchard, 

March ^ >' ^ 

Burnham, Esq., Henry Layton (1878), 

Market Place, ^laittlesey 
*Catling, Esq., E. C. (1871), Needham 

Hall, Elm, Wisbech 
*Cropley, Esq., J. ri861),Egremont House, 

Ely 
Dalison, m.a., Eev. J. B. (1871)1 The 

Eectory, Upwell, Wisbech 



*Fr>-er, Esq., J. E. (1841), Chairman of 
Chatteris Division, Chatteris 

Frvcr, Esq., J. (1870), Chatteris 

*Gardner, Esq., J. D., 122, Park Street, 
Grosvenor Square, W. 

Hall, M.A., Eev. G. (1851), Stuntney, 
Ely 

Huddlcston, m.a., Eev. G. J. (1838), Tun- 
worth, Basingstoke, Hants 

Little, Esq., J."(1866), Eichmond, Surrey 

Little, Esq., William C. (1879), Stag's Holt, 
Elm March 

Luddington. Esq., Henry T. (1881), Ely 



25 

*Kichards, Esq., T. (1862), Chairma^i o) 

March Division, Wimblington, March 
Ruston, Esq., A. S. (1874), Aylesby 

House, Chatteris 
Sharpe, Esq., H. (1874), Leverington, 

Wisbech 
Spencer, m.a., Hon. and Eey. C. F. 0. 

(1861), Sutton, Ely 
*Staffurth, Esq., "W. A. E. (1874), 

Whittlesev 
Townley, Esq., C. W. (1855), [Lord 

Lieutenant of the Countij of Cambridge), 

Fulboum, Cambridge, and Beaupre Hall, 

Wisbech 
Vipan, Esq., T. M., (1871), Sutton House, 

Sutton, Ely 
Waddelow, Esq., J. (1855), "\Miittlesey 

Deputy Lieutenant not a Magistrate. 
Dawbam, Esq., Eichard, March. 

CMef Ofl&cials of the Isle of Ely Division. 

Clerh of the Peace— F. M. Metcalfe, Esq. (Wisbech) ; Treasttrer—R. Dawbam, Jun., 
Esq. (March) ; Chief Constable — ilajor AV. B. Ferris (Ely); Siirvojor — R. E. Kowe, Esq., 
(Cambridge) ; Analyst—^. W, Knights, Esq. (11, Sidney Street, Cambridge) ; Coroners — 
J. H. Barker, Esq. (Elm, Wisbech), for Northern Division, and W. Marshall, Esq. (Ely), 
for Southern Di\'ision. 



1882.] CAMBEIDGB, 

Mainprice, Esq., Charles (1881), Ely 

Martin, Esq., J. (1874), Hightield House, 
Ely Eoad, Littleport 

Moore, Esq., W. (1863), Chairman of Wis- 
bech Division, Elm, Wisbech 

Newsham, Esq., W. (1874), WHlock, St. 
Mary, Wisbech 

*Page. Esq., T., 37, Hyde Park Gardens, W. 

Pate, Esq., M. (1874), Ely 

*Pell, M.P., A. (1845), Hazelbeach, North- 
amptonshire 

*PeU, Esq., 0. C. (1866), Chairman of Ely 
Division, Wilburton 3Ianor, Ely 

Pigot, M.A., Eey. H. (1864), The Eectory, 
Stretham, Ely 

*Reed, Lieut. -Col. 
Wisbech 



L. (1874), Elm, 





Petty Sessional Divisions of the County. 




Divisions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


ClerkstoMagistrates. 


Annual 
Salary 


Arrington and 

Melbouru 
Bottisham 

Cambridge 

Caxton 

Linton 

Newmarket 


51,295 
30,823 
69,436 
31,287 
46,399 
64,563 


30,078 
9,123 

25,205 
6,7S4 

13,128 

19,003 


Police Stations, Arrington 
& Melboum (alt. Mondays) 

Police Station, Bottisham 
{alternate Wednesdays) 

Shire HaU, Chesterton 
(every Saturday) 

Police Station, Caxton (alter- 
nate Fridays) 

PoHce Station, Linton (alter- 
nate Wednesdays) 

Police Station, Newmarket 
(every Tuesday) 


Hale Wortham, 

Eoyston 
Charles Turner, 

Cambridge 
C. W. Pahner, 

Cambridge 
S. WUkinson, St. 

Neot's 
Joseph T. Collin, 

Saffron Walden 
JamesButtou,New- 

market 


£ 

188 

110 
332 
112 
133 
196 



Petty Sessional Divisions of the Isle of Ely. 



Divisions. 



Chatteris . . 

Ely 

North Witehford.. 

Whittlesey and 

Thorney 
Wisbech 



'Area. 
Acres. 



23,865 
76,913 
33,478 
62,817 
45,572 



Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 



Petty Sessions held at and on Clerks to Ma^strates. 



6,S37 
22,250 
8,637 
9,509 
9,527 



Coirrt House, Chatteris (1st 
Tues. & er. Tu.,Th., & Sa.) 

Shire HaU, Ely (every Thurs- 
day) . . 

Court House, March (^rd 
Tuesday) .. 

Town Hall, Whittlesey (Is* ^• 
3rd Thursdays) . . 

Sessions House, Wisbech 
(every Saturday) 



H. C. Margetts, 

Chatteris 
Wm. J. Evans, 

Ely 
R. Dawbarn, jim., 

March 
Bowker Weldon, 

Whittlesey 
Francis Jackson, 

Wisbech 



Annual 
Salary. 



£ 
125 

220 

106 

168 

175 



At the time of the census in 1S71 there were only four Petty Sessional divisions. The March and 
Chatteris division was subsequently divided and the other divisions reduced in area, &c. 



26 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



[1882. 



Authorities. 



Character of 
Authority. 



Cambridge . . . . . . Improvement coms. 

Chatteris . . . . . . 'Local board 

Chesterton . . . . . . JLocal board 

Ely . . . . . . . . [Local board 

March . . . . . . iLocal board 

Whittlesey . . . . . . ilmprovement coms. 

"Wisbech . , . . . . jMuuieipal boi-ough 

Wisbech and Walsoken . . ,* Local board 



Population 
(1881). 



35,372 
4,712 
5,705 
8,172 
6,190 

3,(;si 

9,2-18 
11,941 



Rateable 
value (1881). 



£ 

168,648 
29,507 
17,881 
51,381 
42,366 
5,476 
36,875 
49,454 



Names of Clerks. 



C. W. Palmer 
Alf. Giddins 
James Spearing 
W. Marshall 
C. Greenwood 
Bowker Weldon 
F. Jackson 

Francis Jackson, Wis- 
bech 



* For main sewerage purposes only. 

Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



TTnions 
and Authorities. 



*Cambridge 
Caxton & Arrington 
Chesterton . . 

Ely 

Linton 

Newmarket 

North Witchford . . 

fWMttlesey 

Wisbech 



Area. 
Acres. 



3,278 
49,897 
76,728 
81,007 
48,273 
97,373 
59,823 
25,131 

131,585 



Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 



35,372 
10,357 
29,043 
20,703 
13,014 
28,254 
15,464 
6,454 

32,462 



Rateable 
value 
(1881). 



£ 
162,510 

65,085 
175,977 
144,717 

81,742 
189,392 
105,935 

46,576 

235,612 



Names of Chairmen. 



Joseph Cooke 

Arthur Sperling 

H. J. Banyard 

E. C. Silcoek 

T. Chalk . . 

George F. Robins 

Thos. Richards 

John Cole . .. 
(John Gardiner (P 
t William Moore (R.S 



Names of Clerks. 



A.) 

.A.) 



Chas. Turner 
S. Wilkinson 
J. F. Symonds 
E. B. Claxton 
J. T. ColliQ 
Thomas Enuion 
T. Tustmg 
J. Peed 

J. D. Collins 



* Not a Rtn-al Sanitaiy Authority. 



t Poor-law Union of two parishes rmder Special Act. 

School Boards. 



Boards. 




Unions of 


(6) Wisbech 




Municipal borough 


Ashley-cmu-Silvcrlev 




Newmarket 


Barruitrton 




Royston . . 


(6) Bassingboum & KneesworthdJ.D.) 


Rovston . . 


Benwick 


•• 


North Witchford 


Bottisham 




Newmarket 


Chatteris 




North Witchford 


Cotteiiham 




Chesterton 


Doddintjton 




North Witchford.. 


Dullim^ham 




Newmarket 


(b) Foxton 




Royston . . 


Fulboum 




Chesterton 


Gamlingay 




Caxton&Arrington 


(b) Great and Little Abington 


(U.D.) 


Linton 


Haddenham 




Ely 


(6) Harston 




Chesterton 






Chesterton 
Chesterton 


(6) Impington 




(b) Leverington 




Wisbech . . 


Littleport 




Ely 


(b) Manea 




North Witchford 


March .. 




North Witchford 



Popula- 


o 


tion 


o <u 


(1881). 




»S 


9,249 


7 


m 


5 


627 


5 


2,717 


5 


857 


5 


1,653 


5 


4,736 


5 


2,45S 


5 


1,444 


5 


818 


5 


415 


5 


1,759 


5 


1,925 


5 


5//3 





1,739 


5 


917 


5 


289 


5 


387 


5 


1,214 


5 


3,532 


5 


1,151 


5 


6,190 


7 



Names of Clerks. 



E. H. Jackson 
Thos. Ennion 
Rev.E. Conybeare 
T. Shell 
Rev.W. H.Wood (Hon.) 

{Chairman) 
E. Foster. C'bridge 
J. E. Seward 
T. Saintev 
E. B. Clarke 
Robt. Fenn 
Thos. SheU 
Isaac Miller 
J. H. Ennals 
Rev. A. H. D. Hulton 
W. Dring 
J. Bennett 
Rev. Geo. Williams 

{Chairman) 
A. Read 
J. D. Collins 
Rev. Canon Hopkins 
Thos. M. Wattam 
T. Tusting 



1882.] 



CHESTES. 

Scliool Boards — continued. 



Boards. 



Unions of 



Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 



^a 



Names of Clerks. 



(6) Pampisf ord . . 
Parson Drove . . 
(6) Eampton . . 
Sawston 
Soham . . 
Stapleford 

(6) Swaffham Prior 

Thomev 

(h) Tydd St. GUes 

{h) Whittlesey St. Mary & St. Andrew 
(b) Wicken 

Williagham . . . . 
6) Wimbliiigton 



Linton 

Wisbech . . 

Chesterton 

Linton 

Newmarket 

Chesterton 

Newmarket 

Peterborough 

Wisbech . • 

Chesterton 

W^hittlesey 

Newmarket 

Chesterton 

North WitcMord 



355 

868 

232 
1,729 
4,283 

594 
1,369 
2,099 

<S7,S 
1,619 
6,454 

SU 

1,619 



Geo. Carrick 

T. Saintey 

Ellison & Burrows 

WiUiam Bye 

S. Stubbings 

J. Dennis 

A. C. Thacker 

J. D. Collins 

W. J. Coulson 

J. Peed 

Jas. Dennis 

T. Woolstenholme 



The Militia Force. 

The Cambridgeshire Militia Fores is comprised in the 4th Battalion of the Suffolk Territorial 
Eegiment of Light Infantry (late 12th Foot). Regimental District, No. 12. Depot, Buiy St. 
Edmunds. Headciuarters, Ely. Lieut. -Colonel, Robt. G. Wale ; Adjutant, Captain Chas. Hely. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Cambridgeshire Volunteer Force consists of two administrative battalion of Rifles. The 
maximum strength of the force is 1,600 of all ranks. The above figures include those for the 3rd 
(or University) Corps, which has a distinct establishment. 



COUNTY OF CHESTER. 

Cheshire is a maritime county in the nortli-western division of England, botmded on the 
north by the river Mersey, which divides it from Lancashire, on the north-east by Yorkshire, 
on the east by Derbyshire, south-east by Staffordshire, south by Shropshire, west by the 
river Dee, which di rides it from Denbighshire and Flintshire, and north-west by the Ii-ish 
Sea. Length, 58 miles; breadth, 36 miles ; circumference, 200 miles ; square miles, 1,105. 
It is watered by the rivers Dee, Mersey, Weaver, and Bollin, and is traversed by the 
Bridgcwater, Grand Trunk, Chester and Nantwich, EUesmere, Macclesfield, and Peak 
Forest canals, and about 2,400 miles of roads. Cheshire joins the great system of railway 
transit by several lines, chiefiy connecting with the south, and continuing the Lancashire 
communication. The London and North Western is the chief of these, passing from the 
south by Stafford, Crewe, and Warrington, to the north. From Crewe branches pass to 
Stock[3ort and ]SIanchestcr on the east, and to Chester and Birkenhead on the west. From 
Chester lines run to Holyhead in North Wales, and through Shrewsbury to the Welsh 
borders and to South Wales. Other lines connect Macclesfield with Staffordshire. The 
comity on its extreme east and west borders is level, weU wooded, and studded with small 
lakes or meres. In reality, however, Cheshire has no extensive woods. Its wooded 
appearance is owing to the prevalence of its numerous hedges and hedge-row trees. Large 
tracts of peat moss and black moorland exhibit themselves in that part of the county 
which lies on the confines of Derbyshire and Yorkshire. Cheshii-e is remarkable for its 
rich pasture lands, which, owing to the moisture of the climate, retain their verdure all the 
year. This county is one of the finest grazing districts in England. The cheese of 
Cheshire is celebrated not only all over the United Kingdom, but large quantities are 
annually exported to many parts of the Continent and to the United States. The new red 



28 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

sandstone of Cheshire also contains inexhaustible supplies of rock salt, vast quantities being 
annually dug up both for home consumption and for exportation. But the greater pro- 
portion of the salt of Cheshire is obtained by evaporation from the saline springs which 
are so abundant in the comity. The other mineral j^roducts are coal, copper, and lead, 
supplies of which are furnished by the hilly district on the east and north-east border. 
Cheshire has three divisions (east, mid, and west), each of which sends two menibei-s to 
Parliament. The borough representation comprises, Chester (city), and Macclesfield and 
Stockport, two members ; and Birkenhead and Stalybridge, one member each. The county 
constitutes an archdeaconry and diocese in the province of York. It is in the North 
Wales and Chester circuit, the assizes being held in the city of Chester. The shire has 7 
hundreds, 504 civil jiarishes, besides parts of others, 11 poor-law unions, 10 registry dis- 
tricts, 8 municipal boroughs [Birkenhead,* Chester * (city), Congleton,* Crewe,* Hyde,* 
Macclesfield,* Stalj'bridge,*and Stockport*] ; 35 urban sanitary authorities, 11 rural sani- 
tary- authorities, and 20 turnpike trusts. It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is 
divided into 14 petty sessional and 12 lieutenancy sub-divisions. The city of Chester 
has a commission of the peace and separate coiu-t of quarter sessions; the boroughs of 
Birkenhead, Congleton, Crewe, Macclesfield, Stalybridge, and Stockport, have commissions 
of the peace only. The city of Chester and boroughs of Birkenhead, Congleton, Maccles- 
field, Stalybridge, and Stockport, have their own police. 

Geological Notes. — The general area of this county is covered by the new red sandstone 
formation, with the single exception of a narrow belt of country on its north-east border, 
forming a portion of the Derbyshire and Yorkshire hills, where the coal measui-es crop out, 
followed by the millstone grit. The soil of Cheshire is very fertile, consisting for the 
most part of a red rich clayey or sandy loam. 

Historical Notes. — At the time of the Eoman invasion this county formed part of the 
territory occupied by the Comavii. In the first division of Britain by the Romans it was 
included in Britannia Superior, and in their subsequent subdivision it became part of 
Flavia Cassariensis. After the departure of the Romans the Welsh held it till about 607, 
when it fell under the power of Ethelfrith, king of Bernicia ; but it was recovered by the 
Welsh, who held much of it till it was again taken by Egbert in 828, and annexed to the 
kingdom of Mercia, after which time it was always held by the English. W^illiam the 
Conqueror made it a county palatine (with separate jurisdiction, do-mi to 1851), for his 
nephew, Hugh Lupus, whose dynasty held it for two centuries, but since 1237 it has been 
the appanage of the eldest son of the king. During the Parliamentary war Cheshire was 
hotly contested, but in February, 1646, the Royalists were vanquished. There are remains of 
Rock Savage and Birkenhead priories. 

Trade, Mamifacturcs, S;c.- — The chief manufactures are cotton and silk, ribbons and fancy 
goods, linen, shoes, hats, chemicals, &c. The woollen, worsted, flax, lace, and hose manu- 
factures, are inconsiderable, as also paper and pottery. Ship-building, coal-mining, rope- 
making, brick and salt making, nail and file making, employ numerous hands. There are 
some engine, machine, and iron works. The brewing and malting are not carried on so 
extensively as in many other shires. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics. — Ai'ca of county, 705,493 acres ; number of 
houses (1881), inhabited, 126,421 ; ditto, uninhabited, 10,940 ; ditto, building, 1,126 ; popula- 
tion (1881) : males. 310,163; females, 333,074 ; total, 643,237 ; average number of persons 
to an acre ; ditto acres to a person ; number of parliamentary electors in 1881 

(excluding boroughs), eastern division, 7,177, mid division, 9,433, western division, 
12,270, total, 28,880; valuation for county assessment (March 25, 1881), £2,690,701 ; for 
police assessment, £2,190,327 ; received for year by county rate (3|d.) , £42,015; by police 
rate (2d.), £18,118 ; total receipts, £95,535 ; total expenditui-e, £93,005; amount of loans 
outstanding (March 25, 1881), £103,228. 

Folice and Criminal Statistics. — The county force comprised (Sei^tembcr 29, 1881), 1 
chief constable (Major J. H. Hamersley), at £550 yearly, and £150 allowances; 11 
superintendents (Lieut. -Col. G. H. Cope, Dcj). C.C., Stockport; G. E. Oldmeadow 
{Chief), Chester; Jos. Hindley, Middlewich; Captn. E. G. Lingard, Hyde; Captn. 
y. Little, Altrincham ; S. Williamson, Runcorn ; E. IMayho, Xantwich ; . John Plant, 
Broxton ; J.J. Meredith, Macclesfield ; W. Egerton (CV/Jc/"], Birkenhead) ; John Naylor, 
Oakmere, from £220 to £143 yearly; 9 inspectors from £110 to £90 yearly; 48 
sergeants, from 33s. lOd. to 30s. 4d. weekly; and 266 constables from 29s. 2d. to 23s. lid, 
weekly ; total of all ranks, 335. The cost of the force in the previous year was £34,835 ; 
the proportion paid by the Government was £13,803. The area of the district is 704,160 
acres. For 549 indictable off'enccs reported, 370 persons were apprehended and 242 com- 

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1882.] CHESTER. 29 

mitted for trial ; for offences determined summarily, 8,225 persons were proceeded against 
and 7,050 convicted, 2,443 persons and 1,994 convictions respectively being classed under 
charges of drunkenness. There are 939 public-houses, 858 beer-houses, and 41 refresh- 
ment-houses within the district controlled by the force. 

Agricultural Statistics (year ending June, 1881). — Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow and grass, 536,757, viz. : corn, 79,448 ; green crops, 39,211; clover, grasses, &c., 
54,314 ; pernnnent pasture, &c., 362,201 ; bare fallow, &c., 1,584. The total number of 
horses was 23,033 ; cattle, 149,296 ; sheep, 72,811 ; and pigs, 50,819. 

Frincipal Marhets, Fairs, ^-c. — Altrincham : Tuesdays— April 29, August 5, November 
22 (cattle). Birkenhead: Daily — last Tuesday in June, first Tuesday in October and 
December (cattle) ; last Thursday in June (wool). Chester : Saturdays— 11 fairs in the year, 
dates fixed by Council ; two principal fairs on July 5 and October 10. Congleton : Satur- 
days — March 20, Thursday before Shrovetide, third Wednesday in IMarch, May 12, third 
Wednesday in September, November 22, July 13, last Wednesday in February and first 
Wednesday in October (cattle, cheese and fruit). Crewe: Satui^days; last Friday in 
January, first Thursday in March, last Friday in April, first Friday in June, second Friday 
in July, second Thursday in August, second Thursflay in September, second Thursday in 
October, third Tuesday in November, and the third Thm-sday in December (cheese). 
Cattle fairs are held on the day previous to the above dates. Middlewich : Tuesdays — 
last Tuesday in February, April and October. Nantwich : Saturdays — February 9, March 
26, June 11, September4, December 4 (cattle). Northwich : Satui-days— April 10, August 
2, December 6 (cattle) . Runcorn: Saturdays. Sandbach : Thirrsdays — Easter Tuesday 
and September 12, December 28 (cattle). Stalybridge : Satui-days— last Monday in 
January, second or last Jlonday in June, and November 5 (cattle). StocJyort : Saturdays 
— January' 1, March 4 and 25, May 1, July 9 and October 23 (cattle and pleasure). Tar- 
porley : Thursdays— May 1, August 26 and December 11. Tattenhall : Fridays— May 18, 
November 21 (cattle). 'Winsford : Saturdays— May 8 and November 25 (cattle). 

Newspapers. — Alderley and IVihnslow Advertiser. Saturday, Hd. N. 1874. Swain 
and Bearby, Wilmslow. — Altrincham and Boivdon Guardian. Tuesday, Id. ; Friday, 
2d. N. 1802. Mackie, Brewtnall & Co., Bowdon. — Altrincham, aud Bmcdon Advertiser. 
Saturday, Id. N. 1880. Swaine and Bearby, Altrincham. Birkenhead and Cheshire 
Advertiser. Wednesday and Saturday, Id. L.-C. 1857. J. Oliver, Birkenhead. — 
Birkenhead Neivs. Saturday, Id. L. 1877. F. Willmer, Birkenhead. — Chester 
Chronicle. Saturday, 2d. L. 1773. E. F. Smith, Chester. — Chester Courant, ^-c. 
Wednesday, 2d. C. 1730. J. Eamsden, Chester.— C/tesi"*'*- Guardian and Record. 
Tuesday and Friday, Id. 1857. N. Mackie, Brewtnall and Co., Chester. — Cheshire Observer. 
Friday and Saturday, Id. I. 1851. J. Hall, Chester. — Cheshire County News and 
Stockport Chronicle. Monday, id. ; Friday, 2d. L, 1855. T. Reed and Co., Stock- 
port. — Congleton and Macclesfield Mercury. Friday. Ud. L. 1855. E. W. Clarson, 
Congleton. — Ci-eive and Nantwich Chronicle. Saturday, 2d. L. 1874. E. F. Smith, 
Qxewe.— Crewe Guardian. Tuesdav, Id. ; Friday^ 2d. N. 1863. Mackie and Brewt- 
nall, Cvewe.— Farmers' Herald. Monthly, 2d. N. 1843. W. H. Evans, Chester.— 
Bxjde and Benton Chroyiicle. Friday, Id. L. 1873. P. Maloney, Hyde. — Knutsford 
Advertiser, S;c. Saturday, lid. N. 1874. Swain and Bearby, Knutsford. — Macclesfield 
Advertiser, ^c. Friday,' l|d. C. 1868. Swain and Bearby, 'Macclesfield.— ifrtcc/fs/eW 
Chronicle, '^c. Friday, Id. L. 1872. 1.^oc(\. Sc Oo.,lA.a.cc\es,&c\ii.— Macclesfield Courier, 
^■c. Saturday, 2d. "C. 1809. Clay, Slade & Gundry, Macclesfield.— iVffHitwkA G^war^ww. 
Tuesday, Id. ; Friday, 2d. N. 1863. Mackie and Brewtnall, Nantwich.— Abr^A 
Cheshire Herald, %c. Saturday, l^d. I. 1853. J. Higham and Co., Hy&e.— Northwich 
and Knutsford Guardian. Tuesday, Id. ; Friday, 2d. N. 1860. Mackie and Brewtnall, 
Northwich.— iJe^wcorw Examiner. Saturday, Id. L. 1879. J. Toulmin, Euncorn 
and Widncs.— i?(W(;ora Guardian. Tuesday, Id.; Friday, 2d. N. 1863. Mackie 
and Brewtnall, Eimcom. — Sandbach and Middleivich Advertiser. Saturday, Hd. N. 
1876. Swain and Bearby, Sandbach. — Stockport Advertiser. Friday, 2d. C. 1822. 
Swain and Bearby, Stockport. — Stockport Herald. Saturday id. N. 1880. E. & E. 
Life & Co., Stockport. — Winsford and Middlewich Guardian. Tuesday, Id. ; Friday, 2d. 
N. 1860. Mackie and Brewtnall, Winsford. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Eight Hon. Lord Egertox of Tatton, Tatton Park, Knutsford. 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 
George Dixox, Esq., Astle Hall, Chelford. 



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[1882. 



Members of Parliament, 

j:ast Division: "William Cunliffe Brooks, Esq. (c). "William J. Legh, Esq. (c). 
Mid Division : Hon. W. Egerton, Esq. (c). P. EGERTON-WARBniTON, Esq. (c). 
JFcst Division: Hon. "W. r.ToLLEMACHE,Esq. (c). Henry Jas. Tollemache, Esq. (c) 

Chairman and Depnty-Cliairman of Quarter Sessions, 

HoLDEN AT Chester and Knutsford. 
Lord Egerton of Tatton, Chairman. Horatio Lloyd, Esq., Deputy-Chairman. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy-Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy-Lieutenants and Magistrates. 

Altrincham Division. 
(1867), Oldfield HaU, 



Allen, Esq., J 

Altrincham 
Armitagc, Esq., W. (1876), Townfield House, 

Alti-incham 
Barton, Esq., J. (1866), Lymm, "Warrington 
Bellhouse,Esq.,"Waltcr(1879),Beechfield,Sale 
Brooks, Esq.. John (1881), Brooklands, Sale 



Joynson, Esq., "W. (1863), Sale 
Joynson, Esq., E. H. (1875), Bowden 
Legh, Esq., H. M. C. (1877), High Legh, 

Knutsford 
Leigh, Esq., E. (1875), West Hall, High 

Legh, Knutsford 
Mills, Esq., Alex. W. (1881), Bo\vden 



Carlisle, Esq., J. (1867), High Lawn,Bowden Norris,Esq.,T. P. (1875), Eaglehrow House, 



Collins, Esq., Edward (1881), Altrincham 

Dewhurst, Esq., G. C. (1861), Lymm, "War- 
rington 

Dewhurst, Esq., G. B. (1868), Oughtrington 
Hall, Lymm, "Warrington 

Egerton, m.p.. The Hon. "W. (1857), Eost- 
herne Manor, Knutsford 

Fox, Esq., J. "W. (1870), Lymm, near War- 
rington 

Gill, Esq., Eohert Preston (1879), "Wood- 
hays, Ashton-upon-Mcrsey 

Joynson, Esq., E. (1851),Park Eoad,Bowdon 



*Barbour, Esq., E. (1861), Bolesworth Castle, 

Tattenhall, Chester 
Barbour, Esq., G. (1870), Bankhead, Brox- 

ton, Chester 
Howard, Esq., E. (1859), Broughton HaU, 

Malpas, Cheshire 
*Kenyon, The Hon. E. (1854), Macefen, 

"SVTiitchurch, Salop 
*Leche, Esq., J. H. (1849), Chairman of 

Division, Carden Park, Chester 
Leche, jun., Esq., J. H. (1879), Carden, 

Chester 



Blenkinsopp-Coulson, Esq., "W. L. (1877). 
Crum, Esq., "W. G. (1876), Mere Old Hall, 

Knutsford 
Egerton-Warburton, Esq., M.r., P. (1863), 

Arley Hall, Northwich 
*Egerton-"Warburton, Esq., E. E. (1841), 

Arley, Korthwich 
*Egerton of Tatton, Lord (1833), Lord 

Lieutenant and Chairman of Division, 

Tatton Park, Knutsford 
Emmerson, Esq., J. T. (1872), Peovcr, 

Knutsford 
Hargrcaves, Esq., S. (1872), Mobberley, 

Knutsford 



Lymm, AVarrington 
Piatt, Esq., E. (1858), Dunham Park, 

Altrincham 
Stubs, Esq., P. (1872), Statham Lodge, 

Lymm, Warrington 
Tatton, Esq., T. E. (1868), Cefn-y-Wern, 

Euabon 
*Tatton, Esq., T. W. (1842), Chairman of 

Division, Wythenshawe, Norlhenden, 

Manchester 
Toynton, Esq., Edw.W.(1881),Ashi3cld. Sale 
Worthington, Esq., J. (1871), Sale Hall, Sale 
Broxton Division. 

Orton, Esq., E. O. (1876), Bank House, 
Tattenhall, Chester 

Poole, Esq., C. H. (1870), Marbury, Whit- 
church, Salop 

Sandbach, Esq., S. H. (1873), Old HaU, 
TattenhaU 

Sandlbrd, Esq., T. H. (1862), Sandford, 
near Prees, Salop 

WoUey-Dod, Eev. C. (1880), Edge HaU, 
Malpas 

Wokyche-Whitmore, Esq., F. A. (1878), 
Far n don 
BucMoiv Division, 

Hartcr,Esq.,W. J. (1876), Mobberley Hall, 

Knutsford 
HiU, Esq., H. (1877), Middleton House, 

Knutsford 
Houldsworth, Esq., W. H., Norbury Booths 

Plall, Knutsford 
Jones, Esq., W. (1876), The Grange, Knuts- 
ford 
Mitford, Esq., P. (1878), Tatton Park, 

Knutsford 
*Tablcy, Lord de (1835), Tabley House, 

Knutsford 
Thomcycroft, Esq., C. E. (1881), OUerton 

Lodge, Knutsford 



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Camptell, Eev. E. A. P. (1873), Vicar's 

Cross, Chester 
Currie, Esq., R. H. W. (1868) 
Ffoulkes, Esq., W. W. (1876), Chester 
French, Esq., E. F. (1863), Chester 
Frost, Esq., M. (1870), Chester 
Garrett, Esq., A. E. (1873), Rowton, 

Chester 
Grace, Esq., J. (1876), Whitby Hall, Chester 
Grosvenor, Earl (1877), Sait,'hton, Chester 
Hoggins, Esq., T. (1876), TrafiFord Lodge, 

*Huinberston, Esq., P. S. (1859), Glan-y- 

AVem, Denbigh 
Johnston, Esq.,'C. C. (1870) 
Logan, Esq.,E. (1878),UptonLawn, Chester 



Chester Castle Division. 

Lloyd, Esq., H. (1875;, Chester 

Lyon, Esq., F. (1868) 

Potts, Esq., A. (1870), Hoole Hall, Chester 

Raikes, Rt. Hon. H. C. (1875), Llwynegiin, 

Mold 
Richardson, Rev. R. (1840), Chairman ef 

Division, Capenhurst, Chester 
Smyth, Esq., H. L. (1880), Crabwall Hall, 

Chester 
Swetenham,Esq., J. (1874), Moston, Chester 
Thompson, Esq., J. (1880), Chester 
Trelawny, Esq., H. D. (1872), Shotwick 

Park, Chester 
Westminster, k.g., The Duke of (1856), 

Eaton Hall, Chester 
Williams, Esq., W. M. (1870), Chester 



Dareshury Division. 



Cross, M.P., G.C.B., The Rt. Hon. Sir R. A. 

(1861), Eocleriggs, Broughton-in-Fiirness 
Greenall, Bart., m.p.. Sir G. (1842), Higher 

Walton Hall, Warrington 
Greenall, Esq., E. (1865), Chairman of 

Division, Grappenhall Hall, Warrington 
Greenall, Esq., J. F. (1867), Lingholm, 

Keswick 
Lyon, the younger, Esq., T. (1851) 



Lyon, Esq., T. H. (1855), Appleton Hall, 
Warrington 

Marson, Esq., J. (1878), HjU Cliffe, War- 
rington 

Parr, Esq., J. C. (1871), Grappenhall Heyes, 
Warrington 

Piorpointj Esq., R. (1881), St. Austin's, 
Warrington 

Widdrington, Esq., S. F. (1852) 



Eddisbury Division. 



*Atkinson, Esq., W. (1846), Claremont 

House, Soutliport 
*Cholmonddey, The Hon. T. G. (1852), 

Abbot's Moss, Northwich 
Cunliffe, Esq., E. B. (1874) 
*Delamere, Lord (1850), Vale Royal, North- 

■wich 
*Egerton, Bart., Sir. P. de Belward (1874), 

Oulton Park, Tarporley 
Griffith,Esq.,E.W.(1874),Plasnewydd,Rhyl 
Haddington, Earl of (1863), Eaton Bank, 

Tarporley 
Higson, Esq., J. (1873), Oakmere Hall, 

Northwich 
Jones, Esq., J. (1870), Stoneleigh, Rossett, 

Wrexham 
Kennedy, Esq., J. (1878), Calveley Hall, 

Nantwich 
EJiowles, Esq., m.p., T, (1875), Damhall 

Hall, Winsford 

Syde Di 

Ashton, Esq., B. (1860), Pole Bank, Gee 

Cross, Manchester 
Ashton, Esq., T. (1851), Chairman of Divi- 
sion, Ford Bank, Didsbury, near Man- 
criGstcT* 
Bates, Esq., R. (1869), Stalybridge 
Bayley, Esq., W. (1859), Stalvbridge 
Boyd,"Esq., A. C. (1879), Dukinfield 
Buckley, Esq., A. (1867), Moss Lodge, 
Ashton-under-Lj-ne 



Parr, Esq., T. P. (1875) 

Reynolds, Esq., J. (1880), Fox Hill, 

Frodisham 
Reynolds, Esq., C. (1876), Netherton, 

Frodsham 
*Tollemache of Helmingham, Lord (1831), 

Chairman of Division, Peckforton Castle, 

Tarporley 
Tollemache, m.p.. The Hon. W. F. (1858), 

Tilstone Lodge, Tarporley 
Tomkinson, Esq., J. (1879), Willington 

Hall, Tarporley 
Tm-ner, Esq., W. (1877), Over Hall, 

Winsford 
Wilbraham, Esq., G. F. (1852), Delamere 

House, North wich 
*Woodhouse, Esq., S. (1850), Norley Hall, 

Frodsham 
Wright, Esq., E. A. (1871), Castle Park, 

Frodsham 



Buckley, Esq., N. (1862), Rycroft, Ashton- 

undcr-Lyne 
Chadwick, Esq., J. (1859), Woodville, near 

Stockport 
Chapman, Esq., E. (1877), HiU End, Mott- 

ram-in-Longdendale, near Manchester 
Cheetham, Esq., J. (1836), Stalybridge 
Cheetham, Esq., J, F. (1872), Eastwood, 

Stalybridge 



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THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Clementson, Esq., J. M. (1876), Richmond 

House, Micklehiirst, near Manclicstcr 
Cryer, Esq., J. (1873) 
Doncll, Esq., J. (1881), Dukinficld 
Garforth, Esq., W. E. (1876), niglifield 

House, Dukinfield 
Hall, Esq., A. (1859), Stalybridgo 
Hall, Esq., R. (1872), Acres House, Hyde 
Harrison, Esq., T. (1853), West Hill, tStaly- 

bridge 
Hibbert, Esq., C. (1879), Silver Hill, Hyde 
Hibbert, Esq., E. (1873), Brock Bank, God- 
ley, Manchester 
Higgin, Esq., a.c, W. H. (1874), Prest- 

■wich, Lancashire 
Lowe, Esq., W. S. (1876), Oakwood House, 

Stayley 
Mason, Esq., H. (1809), Groby Hall, 
Ashton-undcr-Lyne 



[1882. 

Mellor, Esq., G. (1859), Holly Bank, 

Ashton-undcr-Lyne 
Mellor, Esq., ji.r., T. W. (1845), Ashton- 

under-Lyne 
Newton, Esq., G. (1872), Dukinfield Lodge, 

Dukinfield 
Shcllard, Esq., E. H. (18C1), Old Hall, 

Mottram-in-Longdondale 
Sidebottom, Esq., A. K. (18G0), Whitegato, 

Mottram-in-Longdcndalc 
Sidebottom, Esq., J. (1873), Arrowscroft 

House, Hadfield, Manchester 
Sidebottom, Esq., m.p., T. H. (1867), 

Etherow House, Hadfield, Manchester 
Sidebottom, Esq., W. (1877), Etherow 

House, Hadfield, Manchester 
Thornely, Esq., T. (1861), Godlcy Vale, 

Godley, Manchester 
Wilkinson, Esq., J. J. (1872), Stalybridge 



Leftivich I)ivisio7i. 



Fox, Esq., W. V. (1873), Comberbach 

House, Northwich 
*Erance-Hayhurst, Rev. T. (1832), Daven- 

ham 
Kay, Esq., C. (1872), Davenham Hall, 

Northwich 
Macrae, Esq., G. G. (1878),Hartford,Chestcr 
Marshall, Esq., T. H. (1858), Chainnan of 

Bivision, Hartford Beach, Northwich 



Neumann, Esq., H. (1876), AYinnington, 

Northwich 
Royds, Rev. J. (1876), The Woodlands, 

Hartford, Cheshire 
Smith-Barry, Esq., A. H. (1875), Marbury 

Hall, Northwich 
Towushend, Esq., E. (1868), Wincham, 

Knutsford 



Nantivich 

Atkinson, Esq., J. (1878), Mirion House, 
Crewe 

Bayley, Esq., J. (1880), Dorfold Cottage, 
Norwich 

Boote, Esq., T. L. (1877), Corbrook House, 
Nantwich 

*Combermere, Viscount (1854), Comber- 
mere Abbey, Nantwich 

Cotton, Esq., E. T. D. (1881), Reaseheath, 
Nantwich 



Bivision. 

Hornby, Esq., W. H. (1863), Poole Hall, 

Nantwich 
Massev, Esq., F. E. (1850), Poole, Nantwich 
Schroder, Baron W. II. Von (1876), The 

Rookerv, Nantwich 
Starkey, Esq., S. C. (1855), Wrenbury, 

Nantwich 
Tollemache, Esq., m.p., H. J. (1874), Dor- 

fold, Nantwich 
*Tollemache, Esq., W. S. (1849), Chairman 

of Bivision, Dorfold, Nantwich 



Northwich Bivision. 



Beales, Esq., R. (1872), Congleton 
Bradshaw, Esq., J. (1876), Brookside, 

Sandbach 
Bradwell, Esq., D. (1877), Higher Daisy 

Bank, near Congleton 
Brierley, Esq., J. (1845), Mosley Moss Hall, 

near Congleton 
France-Hayhurst,Esq., C. H. (1859), Chair- 
man of Bivision, BostockHall,Middlewich 
Hogg, Esq., C. W. (1872). Congleton 
Howard, Esq., J. A. (1874), Brereton Hall, 

Congleton 
Eay. Esq., J. D. (1880), Winsford Lodge, 

Winsford 
Latham, Esq., G. W. (1854), Chairman of 

Sandhach Bivision, Bradwoll Hall, 

Sandbach 



Makin, Esq., J, W. (1869), The Brook, 

Sandbach 
Moss, Esq., E. H. (1873), Ravenscroft Hall, 

Middlcwich 
Solly, Esq., E. H. (1860), West Heath, 

Congleton 
Swetenham, Esq., C. (1853), Chairman of 

Congleton Bench, Somerford Booths, 

Congleton 
Tippingc, Esq., E. J. (1862), Davenport 

Hall, Congleton 
Tolcr, Esq., J. M. (1872), Saltersford Hall, 

Holmes Chapel 
Warren-Swettcnham, Esq., R. (1876) 
Wilbraham, Esq., E. H. R. (1863), Cres- 

wellshawe, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent 



1882.] CHESTER. 

nVilbraham, Esq., R. (1827), Rode Hall, 

Lawton 
Wilbraham, Genl. Sir E., k.c.b. (1880), 3, 

Norfolk Crescent, London 
"Williamson, Esq., H. W. (1877), Ptamsdcll 

Hall, Lawton 

Prestbicry Division. 

Higginbotham, Esq., Thomas 



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Williamson, Esq., E. (1879), Daisy Bank, 

Congleton 
Yates, Esq., J. St. J. (1847), Well Bank, 

Sandbach. 



Antrobus, Esq., J. C. (18G4), Eaton Hall, 
Congleton 

Brocklehurst, Esq., F. D. (1877), The Hare- 
barrow, Macclesfield 

Brocklehurst, Esq., P. L. (1867), Swj-tbamley 
Park, Macclesfield 

Brocklehurst, Esq., T. U. (1860), Henbury 
Hall. Macclesfield 

Brocklehurst, Esq., W. C. (1853), Butley 
Hall, Macclesfield 

Davenport, Esq., m.p., W. B. (1870), Cai^es- 
thome, Crewe 

Dixon, Esq., G. (1874), Astle HaU, Chel- 
ford, Crowe 

Gaskell,Esq.,.T. U. (1836), Chairman of Divi- 
sion, Ingersley Hall, Rainow, Macclesfield 

Greg, Esq., E. H. (1861), Quarry Bank, 
Handforth, Cheshire 

Hibbert, Esq., H. R. (1881), Birtles 



(1879), 

Alderley Edge 
Hopes, Esq., W. (1832), Marton House, 

near Appleby, Westmoreland 
Jardine,_ Esq., J. (1879), Alderley Edge, 

Cheshire 
*Legh, Esq.. C. R. B. (lSi2), Adlington 

Hall, Macclesfield 
Lowther, Rev. B. (1850), Pott Shi'igley, 

Macclesfield 
Pearson, Esq., S. (1859), Pear Tree House, 

I\X3,CCl6SfiGl(i 

Phillips, Esq., F. (1872), Wilmslow, Man- 
chester 

Thornycroft, Rev. J. (1840), Thomycroft, 
Crewe 

Twemlow, Esq., T. F. (1855), Betley Court, 
Crewe 

Wright, Esq., J. F. D'Arlcy (1866), Mott- 
ram Hall, Macclesfield 



Euneorn Division. 

*Brooke, Sir R., Bart. (18-50), Chairman oj 

Division, Xorton Priorv, Runcorn 
Bankes, Esq., AV. (1872), Weston House, 

Runcorn 
Brooke, Esq., R. M. (1873), Norton Priory, 

Runcorn 



Brundrit, Esq.. J. (1873), Runcorn 
Chadwick, Esq., S. B. (1873), Crofton 

Lodge, Runcorn 
Daglish, Esq., R. (1868), Aston Hall, 

Preston Brook 



Hazelhurst, Esq., C. W. (1880), Halton, 

Runcorn 
Johnson, Esq., J. (1851) 
Johnson, Esq., T. (1861) 
Reynolds, Esq., H. (1876), Halton, 

Runcorn 
Thomas, Esq., A. (1880), Norton Lodge, 

Halton, Runcorn 
Wright, Esq., W. (1861), The Oaklands, 

Preston Brook 



Stockport Division. 



Adamson, Esq., D (1876), The Towers, 
Didsbviry 

Bell, Esq., H. (1881), Heathfield, Stock- 
port 

Brooks, Esq., m.p., W. C. (1869), Barlow 
Hall, Didsbuiy, Manchester 

Carrington, Esq., S. R. (1874), Heathfield, 
StockjDort 

Christy, Esq., R. (1864), Poynton Towers, 
Stockport 

Christy, Esq., W. (1874), BramuU Hall, 
Stockport 

Davenport, Esq., J, W. H. (1875), Wind- 
ham Club, St. James' Square, London, 
S.W. 

Eskrigge, Esq., J. (1867), Holly Wood, 
Stockport 

Femley; Esq., G. A. (1874), Bank Hall, 
Stockport 

Grimshaw, Esq., S. (1843), Errwood House, 
Bu.\ton 



Heald, Esq., W. N. (1876), Parrs Wood, 
Didsbury 

Hodgkinson, Esq., S. (1881), Marplo 

Howard, Esq., C. J. (1873), Priest- 
nail Hey, Heaton Mersey, near Man- 
chester 

Howard, Esq., E. C. (1867), Bcaconstield, 
Stockport 

*Legh, Esq., m.p., W. J. (1858), Lyme 
Park, Disley, Stockport 

Peel, Esq., G. (1867), Brookfield, Cheadle, 
Cheshire (by Manchester) 

Salmonson, Esq., B. C. (1879), Heald 
Green, Cheadle, Cheshire 

Sykes, Esq., A- H. (1881), Edgeley Mount, 
Stockport 

Sykes, E.sq., E. H. (1868), Edgeley Fold, 
Stockport 

Sykes, Esq., T. H. (1876), Cringle House, 
Cheadle, Cheshire 

Thornelv, Esq., F. (1877) 

3 



34 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Vaudrey, Esq., W. C. (1864), Woodley, 

near kstockpcirt 
Watkin, Bart., m.f., Sir E. W.(1864), Rose 

Ilill, Xortlienden, Manchester 



[1882. 

"Wood, Esq., J. (1860), Chairman of Divi- 
sion, Ajden, Stockport 

Woodmass, Esq., M. (1874), Compstall, 
Stockport 

"Worthington, Esq., G. B. (1870) 



Wirral Division. 



Bouch, Esq., J. (1876), New Brighton, 

Birkenhead 
Bryans, Esq., R. (1855), Birkenhead 
Bushell, Esq., G. (1859), llindcrton, Xeston 
Bushell, Esq., C. J. (1880), Bromborough, 

Birkenhead 
Case, Esq., J. B. (1858), Lower Bebington, 

Wirral 
Chambres, Esq., W. (1867), Chairman of 

Division at Liscard, Mosslands, Wallasey, 

Birkenhead 
Corbett, Esq., U. (1875), Ashfield Hall, 

Ncston 
Darbyshire, Esq., B. (1860), Kenyon 

Monnt, Claughton, Bii-kenhead 
Forwood, Esq'., T. B. (1880), Thornton 

Manor, Neston 
Graham, Esq., D. (1861), Lydiato House, 

Neston 
Hope, Esq., T. A. (1869), Stanton, Bebing- 
ton, Cheshire 
Hope, Esq., W. (1880), Thurstaston Hall, 

Birkenhead 
Hutton, Esq., A. (1880), Oxton, Birkenhead 
Jacob, Esq., W. T. (1878), Liscard, Bir- 
kenhead 
Jackson, Esq.. T. H. (1875), The Manor 

House, Birkenhead 



Kerferd, Esq., G. B. (1874), New Brighton 

*King, Esq., V.A. (1869), Oxton, Bu-kenhead 

Laird, Esq., W. (1875), Birkenhead 

Ledward, Esq., S. (1862), Hill Bark, 
Frankby, Birkenhead 

Lee, Esq.,'T. R. (1878), New Ferry, Birken- 
head 

Lowndes, Esq., R. (1880), Wallasey, Bir- 
kenhead 

Mann, Esq., L. (1870), Liscard, Birkenhead 

Mellor, Esq., W. M. (1875), Lingdale, 
Claughton, Birkenhead 

Molyneux, Esq, A. M. (1880), New 
Brighton, Cheshire 

Naylor, Esq., R. C. (1852), Hooton Hall, 
Chester 

Preston, Esq., C. J. (1874), Birkenhead 

Rathbone, Esq., T. (1871), Backwood, 
Neston 

Shaw, Esq., J. R. (1889), Chn. of Div. at 
Birkenhead, Arrowe Hall, Bii-kenhead 

Shaw, Esq., W, O. N, (1873), Arrowe HaU, 
Birkenhead 

Smith, Esq., H. (1870),Bankfield, L'lver- 
stone 

Stitt, Esq., S. (1871), The Grange, Claugh- 
ton, Birkenhead 

Williamson, Esq.. m.i>., S. (1880), Thornton 
Houo-h, near Neston 



Somerford Park, 



Deputy Lieutenants not Magistrates, 
Brooke, Esq., H. ] Shakerley, Sir C. AV. 

Ebury, Lord, 107, Park Street, London ] Congieton 

Chief County Officials. 

Cleric of the Feacc — Charles Wm. Potts, Esq. (Chester) ; Deputy Cleric of the Peace — 
Thomas Roberts, Esq. (Chester) ; County Treasurer — Charles Townshend, Esq. (Chester) ; 
Glcrh to the Lieutenancy — J. E. Edwards, Esq. (Chester); Chief Constable — Major 
Hamersley (Chester) ; County Auditor — J. Tomlinson, Esq. (Sandbach) ; Actiny Under 
Sheriff— i. Tatlock, Esq. (Chester) ; Cleric of Indictments — G, W, Reade, Esq. (Congieton) ; 
County Surveyor — S. Bull, Esq. (Chester); County Analyst— ,J. C. Bell, Esq. (Manchester). 





The Petty Sessional Divisions. 






1 Poptila- 


1 




Divisicns. 


Area. 


tion 


Petty Sessions held at and on; Clerks to Magistrates. 


Annual 




Acres. 


(1871). 






Salary. 


Altrincham 


36,036 


33,760 


Altrincham {1st and Zrd Mon- 
day) ; Sale {%id and ith 
Monday) ; and LjTnm {^rd 
Friday) 


Hinde & Harris, 
Altrincham 


£ 
400 


Broxton . . 


55,712 


,12,468 


Broxton [ev, Monday ex. he- 
fore last Tues. <£• last Tues.) 


Geo. BoydeU, 

Chester 


150 


Bucklow . . 


*66,067 


9,221 


Court House, Knutsford {1st 
Tuesday) 


Sedgley,Grcenup & 
Eoscoe, Knutsford 


100 



1882.] 



CHESTER. 

The Petty Sessional Divisions — contimicd. 



35 



Divisions. 



Chester Castle 

Daresbury 

Eddisbury 

Hyde 

Left^vich . . 
Nantwich . . 
Northwich 

Prestbury . . 
Runcorn . . 
Stockport . . 
Wirral 



Area. 
Acres. 



42,285 
22,374 
82,413 

26,635 
17,403 
80,133 
65,542 

81,747 

9,602 

33,472 

108,543 



Popnla- 
tion 
(1871). 



11,965 
8,193 

28,686 

50,004 

18,775 
45,390 
28,547 

28,650 
16,307 
27,338 
56,381 



Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks toMagistrates. 


Annual 
Salary. 






Chester Castle {every Satur- 


Potts & Roberts, 


140 


daij) 


Chester 




Daresbury {last Tuesday) . . 


Nicholson & White, 
Warrington 


95 


Court House, Oakmere (J,ast 


J. L. TrafEord, 


220 


Monday) also occasionally 


Noi'thwich 




at Frodsham, Northwich, 


J. Ashton, F'sham 


23 


Over, and Tarporley 


J. H. Cooke, Over 


30 




T. Cawley, T'porley 


31 


'ELjdie(Mondai/s itj Tliursdays); 


J. & J. Hibbert, 


428 


at DuHnfield {a It. Th u rsdays) 


Hyde 




Police Court, Northwich {alt. 


James Newill, 


300 


Tuesday.?) 


Northwich 




Nantwich & Crewe {2Ionday 


E. D. Broughton, 


420 


once a month each) 


Nantwich 




MidcUewich, Sandbach and 


R. Bvgott, Middle- 


160 


Congleton {every 3rd Wed- 


wich 




nesday at each place) 


Ditto. 
H. L, Reade, Con- 
gleton 


160 


Macclesfield {every Tuesday) 


P. Parrott, 
Macclesfield 


250 


Kuncorn {every Monday) . . 


John Ashton, Run- 
corn 


300 


Stockport {alt. Tliursdays) . . 


Edwd. Reddish, 
Stockport 


200 


Birkenhead {Mondays and 


A. C. Kent, Mont- 


660 


Thursdays) ; Liscard {alt. 


pellier Crescent, 




Wednrsdaifs) ; Great Nes- 


New Brighton 




1 ton llast Friday) 









Urban Sanitary Author 


ities. 




Authorities. 


Character of 
Authority. 


Population 
(1881): 


Rateable 
value (1S81). 


Names of Clerk.=;. 


Altrinchani 


Local board 


11,249 


£ 

56,948 


J. Stokoe 


Bu-kenhead 


Municipal borough 


83,324 


395,817 


AKred GiU 


BoUington . . 


Local board 


3.962 


10,868 


S. Knight 


Bowdon 


Local board 


2,559 


27,129 


H. W. Evason 


Bredbury and Romiley . . 


Local board 


5,552 


37,911 


J. Greenhalgh 


Bromborough 


Local board 


1.381 


11,055 


W. Thos. Stead 


Buglawton . . 


Local board 


1,550 


4,279 


J.E . Garside.Congleton 


Chester 


Municipal borough 


36,788 


145,787 


J. Walker 


Chorley 


Local board 


2,085 


15,451 


W. L. Welsh, Man- 
chester 


Congleton . . 


Municipal borough 


11,116 


31,841 


J. WUson, LL.D. 


Crewe 


Municipal borough 


24,372 


69,978 


F. Cooke 


Dnkinfield 


Local board 


16.493 


62.273 


W. Marshall, Ashton- 
under-Lyne 


Higher Bebmgton. . 


Local board 


1.197 


6,557 


J. H. Kenion, Liverpool 


Hollingworth 


Local board 


2,658 


10,375 


J. Dewsnap 


Hoole 


Local board 


2,275 


9,429 


J. Bridgman 


Hyde 


Municipal borough 


28,629 


102,000 


J. Hibbert 


Lower Bebington . . 


Local board 


3,898 


23,879 


W. Harper, Liverpool 


Lymm 


Local board 


4,665 


27,000 


T. J. Ridgway 


Macclesfield 


Municipal borough 


37,514 


91,945 


Jos. Barclay 


Marple 


Local board 


4.421 


21,760 


F. W. Johnson 


Middlewich 


Local board 


3,379 


7,363 


D. Harding 


Mottram-in-Longdendale 


Local board 


2,911 


9,459 


N. Buckley (Staly- 
bridge) 


Nantwich 


Local board 


7,488 


15,153 


H. C. Lsle 


Neston and Parkgate 


Local board 


3,289 


16,612 


John Morris 



36 



THE COUNTY COMPANION, 

Urban Sanitary AufhoTities—coittinued. 



[1882. 



Authorities. 



Northwich . . 
Kuncorn • . . . 
Sale.. 

Siindliacli . . 
Stalybridge 
Stockport . . 
Tarj)orlcy . . 
Wallasey . . 
Wilmslow . . . . 
Winsforvl 
Yeardslrv-cum-Whaley 



Character of 
Authority. 



Local board 
Improvement corns 
Local board 
Local board 
Municipal borough 
Municipal borough 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 



Population 
(1881). 



12,246 
15,133 

7,916 

5,493 
25,977 
59,544 

2,669 
21,501 

5,663 
10,041 

1,272 



Eateable 
value (1881). 



£ 

40,023 

48,279 

54,241 

19,413 

113,860 

189,584 

13,560 

131,274 

39,619 
5,574 



Names of Clerks. 



J. Cowley 
W. Brookes 
H. Dixon 
J. Latham 
N. Buckley 
Walter Hyde 
J. Dickinson 
T.S.Jones, Egremont 

.T. H. Cooke 
,T.NaU,\Vhaley Bridge 



Poor Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



TJnions 
and Authorities. 



Altriucham 

Birkenhead 

Chester 

Congleton . . 
Macclesfield 
Nantwich . . 
Northwich (P.L.A 
(R.S.A 
Kuncorn 

Stockport . , 

Tarvin 
Wirral 



Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 


73,328 


58,898 


9,053 


101,424 


41,084 


48,410 


.54,586 
82,075 
111,133 
55,322 
47.934 
45,776 


38,010 
62,013 
61,561 

44,045 
18,379 
34,022 


28,656 


117,143 


46,950 
88.140 


11,185 



Rateable 
value 
(1881). 



£ 

417,275 

523,661 

249,471 

203,246 
169,784 
309,485 
285,172 
187,401 
200,995 

480,079 

94,697 
161,065 



Names of Chairmen. 



Names of Clerks. 



( -John Ambler fP.L. A.) 
IN. Kilvert (R.S.A.) 

G. Strongitharm . . 
f H. Davies (P.L.A.) 
t Joseph Pover (R.S.A.) 

E. Wilbraham 

A. Hordern 

Kev. H. Blackburnc 

I G. F. Wilbraham . . 

Eev. Canon Barclay 
J Geo. Chapman (P.L.A.) 
( J. Chetham (R.S.A) 

E. O. Orton 

Eev. E. E. Robin . . 



J. B. Cutter 

P. Gregory 

W. Keartlaud 

J.Latham, Sandliaeb 
J. F. May 
C. E. Speakman 

A. Fletcher 

H. Liuaker 

F. W. Johnson 

E. Evans Lloyd 
P. Gregory 





Scliool Board 


^. 






Boards. 


Unions of 


Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 


7". 

Cm ;-, 
CO 


Names of Clerks. 


Congleton 


Municipal borough 


11,116 


7 


H. Latham 


Macclesfield.. 


„ 


37,514 


9 


Philmer Eves 


Stalybridge 


,, 


26,105 


9 


G. Taylor 


Aston-by-Suttou, &c. (U.D.) 


Emicorn . . 


695 


7 


C. E. Linaker 


{!,) BramhaU 


Stockport.. 


2fiSl 


5 


J. Piatt 


(/)) Brindley and Faddilcv (U.D.) . . 


Nantwich 


484 


5 


H. C. Lisle 


(h) Bulkelev and Ridley (U.D.) 


Nantwich 


301 


5 


T. Cawley 


(6).Burwardsloy 


Nant^vich 


522 


5 


T. Cawley 


Church CoppenhaU 


Nantwich 


2,094 


5 


C. E. Spealanan 


(/;) Daresbuny (U.D.) 


Runcorn . . 


2,241 


7 


F. Rigby 


(/)) Disley Stanley (U.D.) . . 


Havfield .. 


4,587 


5 


John Thorpe 


Dukinfield 


Ashton-undr-Lvne 


16,943 


9 


Edwd. Kyuder 


(/)) Dutton 


Euncorn . . 


452 


5 


C. E. Linaker 


(h) Over 


Northwich 


6,534 


7 


J. H. Cooke 


(/)) Runcorn . . 


Euncorn . . 


12.066 


7 


F. Eigby 


Sliavington-cum-Grcsty 


Nantwich 


931 


5 


H. C. Lisle 


(/)) Sutton (extra municipal) 


Macclesfield 


1,319 


5 


J. Shaw 


(/;) Waverham, &c. (U.D.) , . 


Nantwich 








Weaversham, &c. (U.D 


Northwich 


2,704 


7 


Alg. Fletcher 


{h) Whitlev (U.D.) 


Euncorn . . 


550 


5 


E. James Hall 


WUlaston (Nantwich) 


Nantwich 


1,98G 


5 


C.E. Speakman, Crewe 


(?>) Wimboldsley, Clivo, &c. (U.D.). . 


Northwich 


359 


5 


D. Harding 


(h) Wrenburv witli Fritli, &c. (U.D.) 


Nantwicli 


1,065 


7 


H. C. Lisle 



1882.] COENWALl. 37 

The Militia Force. 

The Cheshire Militia Force is comprised in the 3rd and 4th Batts. 'of the Cheshire Territorial 
regiment of Light Infantry — (late 22nd Foot). Kegimental District, No. 22. Depot, Chester. 
Headquarters (3rd Batt.), Chester. Hon. Colonel, Lord Delamere ; Lieut. -Colonel, Hon. T. G. 
Cholmondelcy ; Adjutant, Capt. H. Hall. Headquarters (4th Batt.), Macclesfield Lieut.-Colonel 
Commandant, Sir H. B. Loch, K.C.B. ; Adjutant, Captain G. A. Christian. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Cheshire Volunteer Force consists of one regiment of Yeomanry Cavahy (Earl of Chester's) 
Maximum strength of estahlishment, 529 of all ranks. Headquarters, Chester. Colonel Com- 
mandant, Duke of Westminster, K.G. ; Lieut.-Colonel, ; Adjutant, Capt. E. G. Paley. 
One administrative regiment of Artillery (Cheshke & Carnarvon), one corps of Engineers, and 
tive administrative battahons of Rifles. The maximum strength of the force (exclusive of Yeomanry) 
is G,040 of aU ranks. 



COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A covNTY forming the soutli--«-est extremity of England, bounded on the east-north-east by 
the river Tamar, which divides it from Devonshire, and on all its other sides by the sea. 
Length, .58 miles; breadth, 46 miles; circumference, 265 miles; square miles, 1,366. 
Watered by the rivers Lynter, Looe, Fowey, Camel, and several smaller streams, and inter- 
sected by 4,800 miles of roads. A line of" railway, in connection with the Great Western 
system, passes from Devonport along the southern part of the county to Penzance. There 
are branches from Truro to Falmouth, and Par to New Quay and Fowey, besides several 
coast routes, and other lines are in course of construction in different parts of the county. 
Agriculture is subordinate to mining pursuits, and the general aspect of the surface is 
dreary and barren; but' some of the Cornish valleys are very fertile and beautiful. The 
county returns four members to Parliament— two for each of the divisions, east and west. 
For mining purposes it is under the jurisdiction of the diichy, and for no other, excepting 
in such cases as affect land or life. The borough representation comprises 9 members of 
Parliament, as follows : Penryn and Falmouth, 2 ; Truro, 2 ; Bodmin, 1 Helston,_ 1 ; 
Laimceston, 1 ; Liskeard, 1 ; St. Ives, 1. Cornwall is in tho Western Circuit, the; assizes 
being held at IBodmin, and it constitutes an archdeaconrj- in the diocese of Truro (estab- 
lished in 1877) and province of Canterbury. The shire has 9 hundreds, 2 1 8 civil parishes, 13 
poor-law unions, 14 registry districts, 9 municipal boroughs [Bodmin,* Falmouth,* 
Helston,* Launceston,* Liskeard,* Penryn,* Penzance,* St. Ives,* and Truro* (city)] ; 
19 urban sanitary authorities, 12 rural sanitary authorities, and 12 turnpike trusts. It 
also has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 16 petty sessional divisions and 
16 lieutenancy sub-di^^sions. The boroughs of Helston and Penzance have commissions 
of the peace and separate courts of quarter sessions ; the boroughs of Bodmin, Falmouth, 
Liskeard, PenrjTi, St. Ives, and Truro (city) have commissions of the peace only. The 
boroughs of Falmouth, Helston, Launceston, Penryn, Penzance, St. Ives, and Truro (city) 
also have their own police. 

Geological Notes. — The prevailing rocks in this county belong to the primary and meta- 
morphic series. An elevated tract extends along its centre, which forms a ridge of rugged, 
bleak, and scantily timbered hills, extending from Launceston and Bodmin on the north- 
ea»5t to the Land's End on the south-west. This ridge consists of granite rising through 
the clay-slate — the grauwacke of the geologists, and the killas of the miners. Tho latter 
reposes on the granite, and is the predominating rock in Cornwall. Serpentine appears at 



• Vide "Municipal Corporations Companion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



33 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

the Lizard's Point, and millstone-grit covers a small portion of the northern extremity 
of the county. The granite contains numerous veins of copper and tin, the staple mineral 
products ; small quantities of lead, silver, iron, zinc, antimony, manganese, cobalt, 
bismuth, and arsenic are also found in different localities. Value of yearly produce of 
tin and copper from 240 mines, giving emplojTnent to 60,000 persons, £1,000,000. The 
shaping of the granite for building stone, and of the millstone grit or moorstone, for mill- 
stones, also employs great numbers. Veins of soapstone and potters' clay, valuable in the 
manufacture of porcelain, add fui-ther to the resources of this county. 

Historical Notes. — Cornwall was known to the ancient Iberians, who traded in its pro- 
ducts. In the time of the West Saxons this county became the retreat of many of the 
Welsh ; but Athelstan ultimately brought Cornwall and the Seilly Isles f uUy under English 
sway. In 1329 Cornwall was created a duchy, and as such is held by the Prince of Wales, 
the revenues being controlled and collected by a Council. Several remains of logan 
stone, cromlechs, &c., arc dispersed about. There are old castles at Launceston, Trematon, 
Lostswhiel, St. Michael's Mount, and Tintagel, the reputed birthplace of King Arthur. 
Previoiis to the passing of the Eeform Act of 1832, this county returned no less than 44 
members, to Parliament ; fourteen of its boroughs were classed under schedule A of that 
statute, and the representation of five others reduced to one member. 

Trade, Manufacttires, ^c. — Some woollen and a few other manufactures arc carried on 
in different parts of the county, but they are inconsiderable. The fisheries afi"ord profitable 
occupation, pUchai'ds being taken in large numbers. 

Electoral, Financial and General Statistics. — Area of county, 869,878 acres; number of 
houses (1881), inliabited, 69,899; ditto, iminhabited, 5,427 ; ditto, building, 315 ; popu- 
lation (1881): males, 153,799; females, 175,075; total, 329,484; average number of 
persons to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors 

in 1881 (excluding boroughs) — east diN-ision, 9,471 ; west division, 6,952, valuation for 
county assessment (March 25, 1881), £1,126,888 ; for police assessment, £1,042,824 ; received 
for year, by county rate (2t|d.), £12,619 ; by police rate (lti<i-)' ^7,061 ; total receipts, 
£32,416; total expenditure, £31,989 ; amount of loans outstanding (March 25, 1881), 
£17,644. 

Felice and Criminal Statistics. — The county force comprised (Sept. 29, 1881), 1 chief 
constable (Col. W. E. Gilbert) at £350 yearly, and £150 allowances ; 7 superintendents (J. G. 
Vincent, Dep. C. C, Bodmin; Joseph Opie, Bodmin ; H. Miller, Camborne; G.Barnes, 
Liskeard; A. T. Grant, Helston ; E. Marshall, Trui'o; and T. Sherston, Launceston); 
from £199. 4s. 7d. to £136. 17s. 6d. yearly, and boots, horses, carts, forage, and stabling as 
allowances; 10 inspectors, from £106. 9s. 2d. to £ yearly; 20 sergeants, from 

29s. 2d. to 25s. 8d. weekly ; and 163 constables, from 23s. 4d. to 20s". 5d. weekly ; total of all 
ranks, 201. The cost of the force in the previous year was £16,830; the proportion paid 
by the Government was £6,837. The area of the district is 865,787 acres. For 91 
indictable offences reported, 98 persons were apprehended, and 89 committed for trial ; for 
offences determined summarily, 2,130 persons were proceeded against, and 1,651 convicted, 
425 persons and 417 convictions resijectively being classed under charges of drunkenness. 
There are 644 pubUc-houses, 101 beer -houses, and 12 refreshment-houses witliin the district 
controlled by the force. 

Affricultirral Statistics (year ending June, 1881). — Total acreage \iader crops, bare 
fallow, and grass, 558,757, viz. : com, 139,071 ; green crops, 57,312 ; clover, grasses, &c., 
148,932; permanent pasture, &c., 195,204; bare fallow, &c., 18,238. The total number 
of horses was 31,667 ; cattle, 166,742 ; sheep, 414,612, and pigs, 59,862. 

Frincijial Markets, Fairs, (|r. — Bodmin : Saturdays and first Mondays (cattle) in 
January, March, June, August, September, October, and November; January 25, AprU 13, 
June 4 and 6 (pleasure) ; July 6, December 6 (cattle and sheep). Calling ton: Wednesdays — 
January 25, Saturday before Palm Sunday; Tuesday and Wednesday before Whii-Sunday, 
July 6, December 6 (for cattle). Falmouth: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satiu'days — May 7, 
August 7, and October 10. Launceston: Wednesdays and Saturdays — fairs (for cattle) on t'ne 
last Wednesday in each month. Liskeard : Saturdays, second Monday in every month 
except October (cattle and sheep) ; a fair for cattle, sheep, honey, &c., on 2nd October. 
Lostwithiel : Fridays, Tuesday after Mid-lent Sunday, May 6, July 10, September 4, 
November 13 (cattle). Fadstoiv: Saturdays. Fenryn: Saturday — fairs (for cattle), Wednesday 
after March 0, 3Iay 12, July 7, October 8, December 21. Fenzance : Tuesdays, Thursdays, 
and Saturdays, and third "rhursdays in January, February, April, June, July, August, 
October, December, March 25, Thursday after Trinity, Thursday before Advent, Septem- 
ber 8. Fedruth : Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays ; Easter Tuesday, May 2, August 3, 
October 12. .S^ Co/wwii .•" Fridays. St. Germans: Fridays, May 28 (cattle). St. Lves : 



1882.] CORNWALL. 39 

Wednesdays and Saturdays — Saturday before Advent. Straiton : Tuesdays and Saturdays 
—April 23 (cattle) ; May 19, November 8, December 11, 12, and 13 (cattle). Truro : Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays, and first and tbird Wednesdays in every montb except tbe fom- fair 
months, and Wednesday after Mid-Lent and Whit-Sunday, Xovember 19, December 8 
(cattle). Wadebridge : Fridays. 

Neivs2}apers. — Commercial Shi2}]nng and General Advertiser. Satui'day, gratis. L. 

1867. J. Gill & Son, Penryn. — Cornish and Devon Post. Saturday, Id. L. 1857. 
A. Hayward, Launceston. — Cornishman, Thursday and Saturday, Id. I. 1878. K.Matthews, 
Penzance.— Co;'HwA Telegraph. Wednesday, Id. L. 1851. H. S. BGU, Penzance.. — 
Cornish Times, <f-c. Saturday, Id. L. 1857. J. Philp, Liskeard. — Cornuhxan and Red- 
i-nth Times. Friday, Id. I. 1863. J. Jenkin, Eedruth. — Falmouth Packet, %c. Satur- 
day, Id. N. 1855. Lake & Co., Falmouth. — Falmouth and Penrgn Weekly Times. 
Saurday, Id, I. 1861. F. H. Earle, Falmouth.— iTrr/yfo Wcekl;/ N'cws. Friday, Id. I. 

1868. J. E. Harris, Hayle. — Launceston Weekly News. Saturday, Id. C. 1856. 
J. Brimmell, Launceston. — Royal Cornwall Gazette. Friday, Id. C. 1801. M. Quin, 
Truro.— -SY. Austell Weekly News. Saturday, Id. I. 1868. P. Giles, St. Austell.— 
Tidings. Daily, ^d. N. 1870. H. S. Hill, Penzance. — West Briton and Cormvall Adver- 
tiser. Monday, Id.; Thursday, 2d. L. 1810. Heard Sc Sons, Tvmxo.— Western 
Ecrald, S;c. Saturday, Id. L. 1855. A. T. Matthews, Liskeard. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Eight Hon. the Eaiil or Morxx EDGcriiBE, Mount Edgcumbo, Devonport. 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 
Charles GunxEY, Esq., Trebursqo, Launceston. 

Members of Parliament. 

East Pivision.— Ron. T. C. Agar Kobaktes (l). William C. Borlase, Esq. (l). 
West P iris ion. —Sir Joiix St. Aubyx, Bart. (l). A. Pendarves Vivian, Esq. (l). 

Chairmen of Quarter Sessions, 

Holden at Bodmin. 

Sir Colman Eashleigh, Bart., M.r. 

Sir C. B. G. Sawle, Bart. William Cole Pendarves, Esq. 

Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and llagistratcs. 



*Archer, Esq., E. (1840), Chn. of Fast North 

Piv., Trelaske, Launceston 
Archer, Esq., C. G. (1867), Trelaske, 

Launceston 
*Basset, Esq., G. L. (1870), Tehidy, 

Camborne 
Beauchamp, Esq., E. B. (1802), Trevince, 

Scorrier 
Bain, Esq., D. W. (1878), Portreath 
*Bennet, Esq., E. G. (1843), Chairman of 

Pydar Pivision, Tresilian House, St. 

Columb Minor 
Bere, Esq., a.c, M. (1873), Grimstone, 

Horrabridgc, Devon 
Bickford-Smith, Esq., W. (1868), Trevamo, 

Heist on 
Boger, Esq., W. D. (1877), Wolsdon, 

Antony, Torpoint 
*Bolitho," Esq., T. S. (1853), Penalveme, 



Penzance | Budock, Falmouth 



Bolitho, Esq., T. B. (1863), Trewidden, 

Penzance 
*Bolitho, Jun.,Esq., W. (1867),Ponsandane, 

JrPTiZtincG 
Bolitho, Esq., T. E. (1875), Pendi-ea, Pen- 
zance 
Borlase, Esq., J., Castle Homeck, Penzance 
Borlase, Esq., W. C. (1870), Castle Homeck, 

Penzance 
Boscawen, The Hon. and Eev. J. T. 

{1856), Chairman of Powder Hundred, South 

Pivision, Lamorran, Probus 
Boyle, Esq., H. L. (1879), EJingsand, 

Devonport 
Braddon, Esq., W. C. (1860), Skisdon, St. 

Kew, Wadebridge 
*Bruno, Esq., C. G. P. (1844), Prideaux 

Place, Padstow 
Bull, Esq., M. V. (1863), Eoscarrack, 



40 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Buller, Rev. R. (1831), Lanreath, Looe 
*Carew, Esq., W. H. P. (1834), Antony, 

Torpoint 
•Carlyon, Esq., T. T. S. (1845), Tregrchan, 

Par Station 
Carpenter, Esq., C. (1862), 45, Brunswick 

Sqnare, Brighton 
Carnsew, KeV. T. S. (1880), Pougliill 

Stratton 
Carus-Wilson, Esq., E. S. (1865), Pen- 

mount, Truro 
»Cocks, Esq., C. L. (1859), Treverbyn 

Vean, Liskeard 
*Coode, Esq., E. (1848), Polapit, Launccs- 

ton 
Coode, Esq., A. (1867), St. Austell 
*Coryton, Esq., A., Chairman of East 

Hundred Middle i>jf i«ioM, Pentillie Castle, 

Saltash 
Coryton, Esq., W. (1878), Pentillie Castle, 

Saltash 
Daniel, Esq., C. L. F. (1871), Helston 
•Daubuz, Esq., J. C. (1867), Killiow, 

Trm-o 
*Davey, Esq., R. (1852), Bochym, Helston 
Davey, Esq., J. S. (1876), Bochym House, 

Helston 
Dennis, Esq., G. B. (1881), Narracott 

Bridgerule, Holsworthy. 
De Courcy, Esq., W. M. (1878), Stockton, 

Saltash 
Edgcumbe, The Hon. C. E. (1874), Mount 

Edgcumbe, Devonport 
Eliot, The Hon. C. G. C. (1872), Port 

Eliot, St. Germans 
English, Esq., J. T. (1875), Stamford Hill, 

Stratton 
Enys, Esq., F. G. (1860), Enys, Penr}Ti 
*Falmouth, Viscount (1862), Tregothnan, 

Truro 
"Foster, Esq., R. (1864), Lanwithan, 

Lostwithiel 
Fox, Esq., G. C. (1875), Sea View, Fal- 

mouth 
Gibbons, Rev. G. B. (1881), Camelford 
Gilbert, Esq., C. D. (1875), Trelissick, 

Truro 
Glencross, Rev. J. (1851), Luxstowe, 

Liskeard 
Graves, Lord (1872), Gravesend House, 

Devonport 
*Grylls, Esq., S. M. (1862), Lewarnc, St. 

Neot 
Gurney, Esq., C. (1874), Trebursye, Laun- 

ceston 
Hanson, Esq., W. D. (1857), Bowden 

Derra, Launceston 
Harvev, Esq., F. (1878), Glanmor, Hayle 
Harvey, Esq., F. M. (1878), Hexworthy, 

Launceston 
Harvey, Esq., W. (1868), Trelissick Villa, 

Hayle 



[1882 

Hawker, Esq., J. S. (1867), Scawns, Men- 

heniot, Liskeard 
*Hawker, Esq., W. S. (1867), Boscastlo 
Have, Esq., J. (1861), Chairman of Penrith 

East Division, Pcnventon, Redruth 
Hendy, Esq., J. (1874), Trenoweth, Gram- 
pound 
*Hcxt, Esq., F. J. (1865), Tredethy, Bod- 
min 
Hichens, Esq., J. (1863), St. Nicholas, 

Bodmin 
Hoblyn, Esq., W. P. (1879), The Fir Hill, 

Colan, St. Columb 
Hodge, Esq., C. W. (1867), Burleigh, 

Devonport 
Holt, Esq., J. (1881), Ogbcare Hall, Hols- 

worthy 
Horlock, Esq., D. H. W. (1873), Ogbears 

Hall. Holsworthy 
*Horndon, Esq., D. W. H. J., Pencrebar, 

Callington 
Horsford, Esq., T. M. A. (1869), Bosva- 

thick, Constantino 
Hoskcn, Esq., J. T. (1872), EUenglaze, 

Cubert 
Howell, Esq., F. (184G), Ethy, Lostwi- 

thiel 
Hylton, Lord (1869), Merstham House, 

Redliill, Surrey 
Jackson, Rev. F. C. (1863), Chairman of 

West Kerrier, Helston, Division; St. Ruan 

Rectory, Helston 
Kelly, Esq., R. (1858), Kelly, Lifton, N. 

Devon 
Kelly, Esq., L. H. R. (1880), Penmowa, 

near Falmouth 
Kendall, Esq., N. (1880), Pelyn, Lost- 
withiel 
Kennerlej', Esq., J. C. (1875), St. Mawes, 

St. Just in Roseland, Cornwall, and 27, 

Buckland Terrace, Loudon, N.W. 
King, Esq., J. (1881), St. Cyprian's, 

Stratton 
Kingdon, Esq., C. B. (1800), Ednaston 

Lodge, Derby 
Kinsman, Esq., J. K. (1858), Antron Hill, 

Penryn 
Kinsman, Rev. R. B. (1853), Chairman of 

Lesnewth Div., Tintagel, Camelford 
Knight, Esq., E. L. (1870), Hornacott 

IManor, Launceston 
Laity, Esq., R. J. (1860), Ker Street, 

Devonport 
Lakes, Esq., R. G. (1857), Trevarrick, St. 

Austell 
Le Grice, Esq., C. D. N. (1865), Trcreiffe, 

Ponziin CG 
*Lethbridge, Esq., J. C. B. (1863), 

Tregeare, Launceston 
Magor, Esq., E. A. (1875), Lamellyn, St, 

Tudy, Bodmin 
Marshall, Esq., W. N. C. (1867), Trenant 

Park, Liskeard 



1882.] 

*Maskell, Esq., W. (1865), Bude, Stratton 

Matthews, Rev. W. P. P. (1880), St. Breock 
Eectory, Wadebridge 

*Michell, Esq., W. P. (1855), HolweU, 
Whitchurch, Tavistock 

llicheU, Esq., G. A. (1871), Redruth 

*]\Iills, Esq., A., (1867), Bude Haven, 
Stratton 

Morshead, Bart., Sir W. C. (1875), Forest 
Lodge, Binfield , Bracknell, Berks 

Mount Edgcumbe, The Right Hon. the 
Earl of. Lord Lieutenant, and Chairman of 
East Hundred South Division, Mount Edg- 
cumbe, Devonport 

*Norway, Esq., N. (1856), Lawn Cliff, 
Flushing, Falmouth 

«Onslow, Bart., Sir W. W. (1877), Hengar, 
St. Tudy, Bodmin 

*Pendarves, Esq., W. C. (1874), Pendarves, 
Camborne 

Pender, Esq., F. H. (1874), Budock Yean, 
Falmouth 

Peter, Rev. L. ]\L (1858), Treviles, Gram- 
pound 

PhUlpotts, Rev. T., Porthgwidden, Truro 

Polwhele, Esq., T. R. (1864), Chairman of 
West Fotcder Division, Polwhele, Truro 

*Potter, Esq., W. R. C. (1854), Gonvena, 
"Wadebridare 

*Rashleigh, Esq., C. B. (1867), Prideaux, 
Par Station 

*Rashleigh, Esq., J. (1872), Menabilly, 
Fowey 

*Rashleigh, Bart., Sir C. (1842), Chairman 
of Trjwardreath Division, Prideaux, Par 
Station 

EetaUick, Esq., F. (1866), Chytane, St. 
Enoder 

Reynolds, Esq., C. W. (1868), Trevenson, 
Camborne 

♦Roberts, Esq., E. C. (1860), Carvcale, 
Antony, Torpoint 

*Robartes, The Eight Hon. Lord (1837), 
Lanhydrock, Bodmin 

*Robartcs, m.p., The Hon. T. C. A. (1867), 
Lanhj'drock, Bodmin 

Rodd, Esq., F. R. (1863), Berry Hill, New- 
port, Pembroke 

Roe, Rev. H. F. (1856), Revels toke Rectory, 
Ivybridge 

♦Rosevere, Esq., W. S. (1857), Manor 
House, Tavistock 

*Sawle, Bart., Sir C. B. G. (1841), Chair- 
man of Poivder Hast Division, Penrice, St. 
Austell 

St. Aub>Ti, Rev. St. A. H. M. (1875), 

Clowance, Camborne 
*St. AubjTi, Bart., m.p., Sir J. (1855), 

St. Michael's Mount, Penzance 
St. Aubyn, Esq., J. T. (1881), St. Michael's 
Mount 



COENWAIL. 



41 



St. Aubyn, Esq., E. (1873), Stoke Damerel, 

Devonport 
Shearme, Esq., Edward (1879), Launces- 

ton 
Smith, Esq., G. J. (1878), Trevu, Cam- 
borne 
*Smith, Esq., T. A. S. D. (1875), The 

Abbey, Tresco, Scilly Isles 
Stucley, Bart., Sir G. (1878), Hartland 

Abbey, Bideford 
Thynne, Rev. A. C. (1865), Penstowc, 

Kilkhampton 
Tonkin, Rev. J. (1858), St. Buryan, 

Penzance 
*Trelawny, Bart., Sir J. S. (1840), Trelawn, 

Liskeard 
*Trelawny, Esq., H. R. S. (1856), Poltair, 

PdlZtlllCB 

*Trelawny, Esq., W. L. S. (1866), Tre- 

la'vsTi, Liskeard 
*Trcmayne, Esq., A. (1866), Carclew, Per- 

ranarworthal 
*Tremayne, Esq., J., Heligan, St. Austel 
Tremenheere, Esq., H. S. (1869), 43, 

Thurloe Square, London 
Treffry, Esq., C. E. (1881), Placehouse, 

Fowev 
*Trist, 'Esq., J. F. (1853), The Crescent, 

Plvmoutii 
Truscott, Knt., Sii- F. W. (1881), 5, Park 

Crescent, Portland Plac o, London, W. 
*Tucker, Esq., J. J. (1840), Trematon 

Castle, Saltash 
Vallack, Esq., C (1877), 5, St. 

Michael's Terrace, Stoke, Devon- 
port 
Vi^-ian, Esq., M.P., A. P. (1872), Glanafon, 

South Wales 
Vivian, The Hon. H. C. (1857), Foreign 

Office, London 
Vivian, Esq., H. H. (1878), Tregavethan, 

Truro 
*Vivian, Esq., Q. (1871), Tregavethan, 

Truro 
♦Vivian, Lord (1878), Plas Gw}ti, Pen- 

traeth, Anglesea 
nVilliams, Esq., G. (1859), Scorrier House, 

Gwonnap 
*Williams, Esq., M. H. (1869), Chairman of 

Kerrler Hundred {East Div.) Division, 

Tredrea, Trxu-o 
Williams, Esq., M. (1871), Tregullow, 

Truro 
*Willyams, Esq., E. W. B., Nanskeval, St. 

Columb 
Willyams, Esq., A. C. P. (1867), Bodrean, 

Truro 
Wright, Rev. R. R. (1852), Chairman of 

Stratton Division, Marhamchm-ch, Strat- 
ton 



42 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



Deputy Lieutenants not Magistrates, 



Gregor, Esq., F. G., Trcworthenick, Gram- 
pound 



Stephens, Esq., E., Tre^vornan, Wade- 
bridse 



Chief County Officials. 

CUrh of the Peace— II. S. Stokes, Esq. (Bodmin) ; Couyifi/ Treasurer— J. Coode, Esq. (St. 
Austell) ; Clerk to the Lieutenaneij — J. 13. Collins, Esq. (Bodmin) ; County Clerk — W. Coode, 
Esq. (St. Austell) ; Chief Constable — Lieut.-Col.W. K. Gilbert (The Priory, Bodmin) ; County 
Surveyors — S. W. Jenkin, Esq. (Liskeard) ; T. Hickes, Esq. (Triu-o) ; Under Sheriff— 
J. Coode, Esq. (St. Austell) ; Co7-oners—G. G. White, Esq. (Launceston district), 
E. G. Hamley, Esq. (Bodmin district), J. Carlyon, Esq. (Truro— Central district), 
G. P. Grenfell, Esq. (Penzance— Western district), A. C. L. Gluhb, Esq. (Liskeard 
district) ; County Analyst — B. Kitto, Esq. (36, Upper Thames Street, London, E.C.) 



The Petty Sessional Divisions.* 



Divisions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


Potty Sessions held at and on 


ClcrkstoMagistrates. 


Annual 
Salary. 












£ 


East Powder 


45,303 


23,120 


St. Austell [1st Tuesday in 
month) 


D. H. ShUson, St. 
Austell 


148 


East Pydar 


78,693 


16,208 


St. Columb (last Tuesday 
in month) . . 


G. B. Collins, St. 
Columb 


IOC 


Powder 


•2-2,473 


11,566 


Tywardreath {ith Wednesday 
in, month) 


B. Childs, Liskeard 


86 


Trigg . . 


60,693 


9,536 


Vfiisha,v/ii.y{2nd 3fonday — last 

in Sep. — in month ex. Oct) 


J. E. Collhis, 
Bodmin 


70 


East Kerrier 


41,662 


26,696 


Penryn (ith Wednesday 
in month) . . 


W. J. Genu, 
Falmouth 


131 


West Kerrier 


63,970 


17,634 


Helstou [ith Saturday in 
month) 


F. V. Hill, Helston 


75 


Stratton . . 


53,191 


7,643 


Stratton (1st Thursday in 
month) 


W. Kowe, Stratton 


56 


Xiesnewth . . 


59,774 


9,244 


Camelford (2nd Wednes- 
day in month) . . 


W. D. King, 
Camelford 


73 


East North 


5-2,820 


8,459 


Launceston (1st Tuesday in 
.month) 


J. L. Cowlard, 
Launceston 


44 


East Middle 


54,707 


22,094 


CaUington (l.s< Thursday in 
month) 


J. Peter, CaUington 


116 


West 


95,198 


19,857 


Liskeard (1st Wednesday in 
rnonth ex. Oct) 


H. Caunter, 
Liskeard 


111 


South Division of 


44,055 


16,650 


Torpoint (ith Wednesday in 


C. H. Benett, 


99 


East 






montli) 


Devonport 




East Penwith 


49,546 


54,879 


Camborne (ird Tuesday in 
month) 


T. Cornish, Pen- 
zance 


•263 


West Penwith 


49,872 


27,489 


Penzance {1st Wednesday 
in month) . . 


T. Cornish, Pen- 
zance 


156 


West Powder 


80,454 


32,856 


Truro (4.th Saturday in 
month) 


J. E. Paull, Truro 


99 


South Powder 


45,884 


9,651 


Tregony {1st Monday in 
month) 


J. E. PauU, Truro 


52 



* The figures given alxivc have heen specially supplied by the County OflEicials. They do not agree 
with the Census returns of 1871. 



1882.] 



CORNWALL. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



43 



Authorities 



Bodmin 
Camborne . . 
Falmouth . . 

,, (parisb) 
Hayle 
Helston 
Launceston 
Liskeard 
Ludgvan 
Madron 
Newquay . . 
Padstow 
Penryn 
Penzance- . . 
Phillack . . 
Eedrutli 
St. Austell., 
St. Ives . . 
Truro 



Character of 
Authority. 



Population 
(1881). 



Municipal borough 
Local board ■ . . 
Mimicipal borough 
Local board 
Local board 
Blunicipal borough 
Local board 
Municipal borough 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Municipal borough 
Municipal borough 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Municipal borough 
Municipal borough 



5,061 
13,607 
4,373 
7,133 
1,089 
3,432 
3,808 
4,479 
2,682 
2,791 
1,589 
1,849 
3,463 
11,684 
3,643 
9,335 
3,612 
6,441 
10,663 



Rateable 
value (1881). 



Barnes of Clerks. 



£ 

12,433 

31,674 

18,861 

19,074 

4,001 

7,199 

12.393 

18,285 

7,893 

13,107 

4,286 

3,789 

6,915 

34,662 

7,908 

24,974 

10,768 

23,799 



P. J. WaUis 
J. K. Daniell 
T. S. Skinner 
W. Warn 
T. R. Hearle 
J. G. Plomer 
J. L. Cowlard 
W. T. Hancock 
R. Edwards 
H. H. Pezzack 
R . Rowe 
W. H. Pope 
G. A. Jenkins 
Thos. Cornish 
V. Pearce, Hayle 
H. Paige 

E. Carlyon 
R. P. Tracke 

F. H. Cock 



Poor-Law (and 


Rural 


SanitarjO Authorities 




Unions 


Area. 


Popula- 
tion 


Rateable 
value 


Names of Chairmen. 


Names of Clerks. 


and Authorities. 


Acres. 


(1881). 


(1881). 






Bodmin (P.L.A.) . . 


89,195 


19,199 


£ 
111,437 


W. R. GUbert (P.L.A.) | 


P. J. Wallis 


(E.S.A.) ,. 




14,138 


96,593 


T. Martyn (R.S.A.) j 




Camelford . . 


51,847 


7,605 


42,548 


John May 


W. S. Hawker 


Falmouth . . 


27,892 


25,147 


43,905 


M. H. Williams . . 


W. J. Genu 


Helston 


72,435 


23,688 


82,678 


Rev. E. M. Pridmore 


F. V. Hill 


Launceston 


100.889 


16,126 


86,999 


J. C. Baron Lethbridge . . 


J. Dinglev 


Liskeard 


107,320 


28,786 


137,980 


D. Horndon . . » . 


A. C. L. Glubb 


Penzance (P.L.A.) . 


64,922 


49,622 


160,264 


f RevD.J.HarrisonfP.L.A.) ] 


T. Cornish 


(R.S.A.) i 




25,921 


86,423 


( Rev.T.B.Coulson(R.S.A.) f 




Redruth 


40,305 


46,121 


118,028 


E. B. Beauchamp . . 


T. C. Peter 


St. AusteU . . 


54,517 


29,936 


127,357 


Sir C. B. G. Sawle, Bt. . . 


^Y. Coode 


St. Columb 


78,693 


16,377 


94,250 


R. G. Bennett 


G. B. CoUins 


St. Germans 


44,420 


16,717 


83,483 


Vf. Pryn 


F. W.P. Cleverton, 

Saltash 


Stratton 


54,406 


7,442 


40,955 


Rev. R. H. Kingdon 


W. Rowe 


Trui-o 


92,211 


35,873 


129,306 


. Rer. R. F. Wise . . 


E. Marrack 



School Boards. 




Names of Clerks. 



Bodmin 

(6) Faliiotjth (U.D.) 
Helston 
Launcestox . . 
(6) Liskeard (U.D.) 
(?») St. Ives . . 
(6) Alternon . . 
(6) BUsland (U.D.) 



Hy. Stripj) 
TV. Jenkins 
J. H.Wniey 
R. Peter 
J. S. PhUp 
W. T. Tressider 
Samson Pearn 
J. Lean 



44 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

School Boards — continued. 



[1882. 







Popula- 


05 

o o 




I5oards, 


Unions of 


tion 




Names Clerks. 






(1881). 




Boscastle (U.D.) 


Camelford 


SDO 


7 


Thos. Banbury 


(h) Boyton and Northcott (U.D.) . 


Launceston 


466 


7 


\Vm. Perry 


Breage 


Hclston . . 


4,450 


5 


J. B. Nicholas 


Calstock 


Tavistock. . 


o,m 


7 


A. J. Rowe 


Camborne 


Redruth .. 


13,G08 


9 


J. Hosking 


Cardynliam 


Bodmin . . 


632 


5 


John Bate (Hon. 


Colan 


St. Columb Major 


231 


5 


R. Rundle 


Crantock 


St. Columb Major 


3U 


5 


Chas. Jenkin 


Crowan 


Helston . . 


2,603 


5 


R. Painter 


Davidstow 


Camelford 


410 


5 


Rev. J. P. Cann (Chn. 


{h) East and West Looe (U.D.) 


Liskeard . . 


2,194 


7 


J. Giles 


Endellion 


Bodmin 


1,14^ 


5 


Jno. Hawke 


Fowey 


St. Austell 


1,394 


5 


A. K. Carlyon. 


Gerinoe 


Helston . . 


5SS 


5 


J. B. Nicholas 


(b) Gorran 


St. AusteU 


010 


7 


R. H. Lanyon 


Gulval 


Penzance 


1,668 


5 


Thomas Cornish 


Gwennap 


Redruth . . 


8,397 


7 


Geo. S. Bray, Redruth 


Illogan 


Redruth . . 


9,747 


7 


J. L. Tregenza 


(h) Jacobstow 


Stratton . . 


/,2S 


7 


Rev. F. T. Batchelor 
(Chn. & Hon. Clerh) 


Kea 


Truro 


2,657 


5 


J. L. Smith 


ih) Kenwyn (U.D.) 


Truro 


4,682 


5 


R. DobeU, jun. 


(6) Lanivet 


Bodmin . . 


1,196 


5 


A. Santo 


(h) Lanlivery 


Bodmin . . 


1,493 


5 


R. Foster {Chn.) 


{h) Lanteglos-by-Fowcy 


Liskeard . . 


1,324 


5 


S. Slade 


Lewannick 


Launceston 


672 


5 


John Prest 




Launceston 


739 


5 


W. H. Cory 


iiinkmhorne . . 


Liskeard . . 


2,918 


7 


W. Grylls 


(h) Ludgvan 


Penzance . . 


'2,634 


5 


R. Edwards 


Luxullion 


Bodmin . . 


1,008 


5 


Jno. Hobbah 


(b) Madron 


. Penzance . . 


2,632 


5 


T. H. PengeUy 


Manaccan (U.D.) 


. Helston .. 


357 


5 


E. Lawrance, jun. 


{h) Marazion 


. Penzance . . 


1,304 


5 


Dr. G. F. Helm (Hon.) 


Mawgan-iii-Meneage (U.D.). . 


. Helston . . 


1,277 


5 


S. Lawrance 


Mevagissey 


. St. Austell 


2,118 


5 


C. G. Pedlar 


Morvab 


. Penzance 


356 


5 


John Quick (Chn.) 


(a) Mullion 


. Helston . . 


60S 


5 


J. Thomas 


North Tamcrton 


. Holsworthy 


469 


5 


W. A. Mawer 




. St. Columb Major 


2,402 


9 


J. Hicks 


Paul 


. Penzance 


6,005 


9 


John Stone 


Perranarworthal 


. Falmouth 


1,002 


6 


J. Row 


Perranuthnoe . . 


. Penzance 


896 


5 


PhiUp Floyd 


Perranzabuloe 


. Truro 


2,851 


5 


E. Trenerry 


(h) Poimdstock 


. Stratton . . 


522 


5 


W. M. Webb 




. Redruth . . 


9,335 


7 


C. Bawden 


Eocbe 


. St. Austell 


1,862 


5 


R. Varcoe 


St. Agnes 


. Truro 


4fi27 


7 


G. C. Hancock 


St. Allen 


. Truro 


684 


5 


F. Truscott 




. St. Austell 


11,593 


7 


H .S. Hancock 


St. Blazev 


. St. Austell 


3,150 


5 


W. Peter 


St. Breock and Eglosbayle (U.D.) . 


. St. Columb Major 


3,445 


9 


J. Brewer 


St. Cleer 


. Liskeard . . 


3,835 


5 


Wm. IJarris Rule 


St. Clether 


. Camelford 


240 


6 


Chris. Venning 


(a) St. Columb Majoi 


. St. Columb Major 


2,7.52 


5 


R. Berryman 




. St. Columb Major 


2,314 


5 


James Pearce 


St. Erme 


. Truro 


560 


5 


Henry Bodilly 


St. Ervan 


. St. Columb Major 


391 


5 


Eev.H.N. Barton (CAh.) 


St. Eval 


. St. Columb Major 


252 


5 


Rev. H. B. Waterfield 

(Chn.) 


(h) St. Ewe 


. St. AusteU 


996 


5 


Rev.A. Lawrence (Hon.) 


(b) St. Gennys 


. Stratton . . 


534 


5 


William Stacey 



1882.J 



CUJIBKKLA>'D, 

School Boards — continued. 



45 



Boards. 



St. Glavias 

St. HUary 

St. Just-in-Penwitli . . 

St. Keveme 

St. Lev an 

(a) St. Mawgan-in-Pyder 
St. Merryn 
St. Mewan 

(6) St. Neot 

(Ji) St. Stephens-in-Branwcll 

St. Stephen's-by-Launceston 

St. Steplien's-by-Saltash 

St. Stytliian's 

St. Teath (U.D.) 

Saltash 

Sancreed 

(i) Sennen 

Sithney 

Stoke Climslfind 

(i) Talland (U.D.) . . 

Tregony (U.D.) 

Tywardreath . . 

Uny Lelant 

(b) 'Warbstow (U.D.) ,. 
la) Waiieggon. . 
\h) Week St. Maiy . . 
Wendron 
(6) Whitstone.. 



Unions of 



Falmonth 
Penzance . • 
Penzance . . 
Helston . . 
Penzance . . 
St. Columb Major 
St. Columb Major 
St. Austell 

Liskeard . . 
St. AusteU 
Launceston 
St. Germans 
Eedrutli . . 
Camelford 
St. Germans 
Penzance . • 
Penzance 
Helston . . 
Launceston 
Liskeard . . 
Truro 
St. AusteU 
Penzance . . 
Launceston 
Bodmin . . 
Stratton . . 
Helston . . 
Stratton .. 







Popula- 


°E 


tion 




(1881). 


1,106 


5 


957 


5 


6,359 


7 


1,812 


5 


5S1 


5 


706 


5 


566 


5 


1,01S 


5 


1,303 


5 


3,110 


5 


959 


5 


i,m 


5 


2,174 


5 


2,485 


7 


2,362 





630 


5 


3,314 


5 


2,099 


7 


1,497 


5 


979 


9 


2,130 


5 


2,178 


5 


963 


8 


301 


5 


JfiO 


5 


4,584 


7 


409 


5 



Names of Clerks. 



-Joel Blarney {Chn.) 

Eev.S.Kingsford(C/t».) 

J. C. Barwis 

J. Smith 

Eev. P. D. Silvester 

W. Hortop 

G. A. HeUyar {Chn.) 

Eev. G. L. Woollcombe 

[Chn.) 
Joiin Strong 
W. Bennetts 

E. P. Nicolls 
W. N. Bawling 
W. Martin 

T. Creber 

F. W. P. Cleverton 

J. C. Barwis 
J. Q. James 
Simon Philp 
N. Hocker, jun. 

G. H. Channon 
T. Eundell 

J. C. Eosewame 

EogerK.Braddon ( C'h n . ) 

P. Bunt 

Eev. G. H. Hopkins 

J. Perry 

D. Doble 



The Militia Force. 

The Cornwall Militia Force is comprised in the 3rd Battalion of the Duke of Cornwall's Terri- 
torial Eegiment of Light Infantry (late 32nd and 46th Foot). Eegimental District, No. 31. Depot, 
Bodmin. Headquarters, Bodmin. Hon. Colonel, Prince of Wales ; Lieut.-Colonel, H. E. S. 
Trelawny ; Adjutant, The Cornish section of the Eoyal Cornwall and Devon Mmers 

Artillery Militia has its headquarters at Falmouth. Maximum strength of estabhshment, 404 
of all ranks. Lieut.-Colonel Commandant, Sk C. Eashleigh, Bt. ; Adjutant, Lieut.-Colonel 
E. H. Champion. 

The Voltinteer Force. 

The Cornwall Volunteer Force consists of one administrative brigade of Artillery, and two 
administrative battalions of Eifles. The maximum strength of the force is 2,769 of all ranks. 



COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. 

The most north-westerly coiinty of England. On the north, the Solway Firth and the 
Est, Liddle and Sark rivers separate it from Scotland ; on the west is the Irish Sea. and on 
other sides are the counties of Lancaster, Westmoreland, Durham, and ISTorthumberland. 
Length, 64 miles; breadth, 35 miles; circumference, 215 miles; .square miles, 1,565. 
Watered by the rivers Eden, Irthino-, Caldew, Derwent, Esk, Duddon, &c., and traversed 
by about 2*213 miles of roads. In this county are the lakes Derwcntwater, Bassenthwaite, 
Borrowdale, Buttermcre, and Ullcswater. The Whiteharcn and Eurncss, the "Whitehaven 



46 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

Junction, and tho Marypor't and Carlisle railways form a semicircle round the western 
part of the county, the greater part constituting a coast line. The Lancaster and 
Carlisle section of the London and North Western Eailway passes hy Penrith to 
Carlisle. There is a line from Workington (on tho coast) to Cockex-mouth, thence 
to Keswick and to Penrith, thus crossing the county. There are also several branch 
lines. The granitic and slaty rocks of the lake district, and also the elevated 
portions of the mountain limestone on the borders of Dm-ham and Northumberland, 
are covered by a very thin poor soil, consisting principally of peat earth. These spots arc 
chiefly used for sheep pastures, and as preserves for moor game, which is very plentiful. 
Cranberries are also abundant on the Cumberland mountains, and are sent to the London 
markets in considerable quantity. At a moderate height, however, the soil of these 
mountains is very fertile, yielding good crops of tho ordinary farm produce. Within the 
last few years a considerable portion of the high-lying land of the Cumberland mountains 
has been enclosed, and is now under cultivation. The soil of the new red sandstone is 
very productive : and in the south is a large extent of grazing land. Almost all the moors 
and mountains abound in valuable minerals, including iron, coal, copper, lead, silver, and 
plumbago. The coal mines of Whitehaven extend a long way under the town and beneath 
the sea. The county returns four members to Parliament, two for each of the di\asion3 
(East and West). It is in the Northern circuit, the assizes being held at Carlisle, and 
constitutes part of the archdeaconry and diocese of Carlisle, in the province of York. 
The borough representation comprises Carlisle (city), two members, Cockermouth and 
Whitehaven one member each. The sliire has 5 wards, 208 civil parishes, 8 poor-law 
unions, 1 poor-law parish, 9 registry districts, 1 municipal borough [the city of Carlisle*], 
12 ui-ban sanitary authorities, 9 rural sanitary authorities, and 11 turnpike trusts. It also 
has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 10 petty sessional divisions and 
7 lieutenancy sub-divisions. The city of Carlisle has a commission of the peace and separate 
court of quarter sessions ; it also has its own police. 

Geolotjical Notes. — The south-western coast and a large portion of the north of this 
county tire occupied by the new red sandstone ; its central portion by a group of moim- 
tains composed of silurian rocks, of a slaty textiu-e, with gneiss, granite, and trajj rock. 
This latter district is remarkable for its picturesque scenery, and for the beauty of its 
lakes and waterfalls. These slate rocks are succeeded in the north, north-west, and north- 
east by mountain limestone, beyond which in the north-west are the Whitehaven coal 
fields, bounded by a narrow strip of lower red sandstone. 

Historical Notes. — Cumberland was the ancient seat of the Cymri. From 945 to 
1237 it was held by the kings of Scotland, but at the latter date it became permanently 
annexed to the English crown. Being on the borders of Scotland, this coimty was tho 
seat of frequent cormnotions and forays. It likewise suffered in most of the civil wars. 
About 25 miles of the Eoman wall passed through Cumberland to its termination at 
Bowness on the Solway. There are remains of Druidical circles — as Long Meg and her 
Daughters, and the Giant's Grave near Penrith. There are also the ruins of Lanercost 
and "Caldor abbeys, and of Naworth, Dacre, Egremont, and other castles. 

Trade, Manufactures, %c. — The manufactures are cottons, woollens, linens, earthenware, 
paper, nails, glass, &c. Ship-building is carried on to some extent at Wliitehaven. The 
chief house-building material is stone, brick being little used. Cumberland contains many 
good grammar and local schools, which engage a large ediicational staff. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics. — Area of county, 970,161 acres; number 
of houses (ISSl), inhabited, 49,055; ditto, uninhabited, 3,292; ditto, building, 356; 
population (1881): males, 124,575; females, 126,055; total, 250,630; average nmnbcr of 
persons to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors in 

1881 (excluding boroughs)— east div., 7,928; west div., 7,640: valuation for county 
assessment (March 25, 1881), £1,359,325 ; for police assessment (the same) ; received for 
year by county rate (2Jd.), .-614,714 ; by police rate (— d.), £6,038 ; total receipts 
£51,959 ; total expenditure, £49,562; amount of loans outstanding (March 25, 1881), £71,100. 

Police and Criminal Statistics. — Tho county force, which is amalgamated with that of 
Westmoreland, comprised (Sept. 29, 1881), 1 chief constable (J. Dunne, Esq.) at £600 
yearly; 6 superintendents (J. D. Sempill, Dep. C.C, Carlisle; Isaac Bu-d, Whitehaven ; 
J. Robinson, Wigton; A. Taylor, Cockermouth; E. B. Parks, Brampton; J. T. 
Eowler, Penrith), from £213. 2s. lid. to £184 yearly; 8 inspectors, fi-om £109. 10s. 
yearly; 19 sergeants, from 85s. to 32s. 8d. weekly; and 111 constables, from 29s. 2d. 
to 22s. 9d. weekly ; total of all ranks for Cumberland section, 145 ; for the com- 
bined coimties, 170. The cost of the force in the j)reviou8 year was £13,010 ; the 



• Vide "Municipal Corporations Companion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



1882.] CTTMBERLAND. 47 

proportion paid by the Government was £6,418. The area of the combined district 
is 1,482,863 acres, that for Cumberland being 968,591 acres. For 204 indictable 
offences reported, 144 persons were apprehended, and 92 committed for trial ; for offences 
determined summarily, 5,354 persons were proceeded against, and 4,316 convicted, 2,030 
persons and 1,979 convictions respectively being classed under charges of drunkenness. 
There are 1,020 public-houses, 145 beer-houses, and 8 refreshment-houses within the 
Cumberland district. 

Agricultural Statistics (year ending June, 1881). — Total average mider crops, bare 
fallow, and grass, 574,076, viz. : corn, 95,895 ; green crops, 48,646 ; clover, grasses, &c., 
103,370; permanent pasture, &c., 321,631; bare fallow, &c., 4,533. The total numberof 
horses was 20,738 ; cattle, 131,735 ; sheep, 481,092 ; and pigs, 21,470. 

Principal Marlcets, Fairs, S;c. — Abbey Holme : Wednesdays — June 4, October 29 
(horses). Alston Moor : Saturdays — March 16, May 30 ; Saturday on or before September 
27 ; first Thursday in November. Bramjiton : "Wednesdays — April 20, June 19, July 31, 
and October 18. Carlisle : Wednesdays and Saturdays — Satm-day before \Yhit-Sunday, 
August 26 (cattle), and for fifteen days following (general) ; September 19, October 17 
(Hempton) ; Saturday nearest November 11, and Saturday nearest Whit- Sunday (for 
hiring). Cockermouth : Mondays — Februaiy 18, April 17 and alternate Wednesdays till 
June; August 21, September 25, October 10 (principally cattle). Egremont : Saturdays 
— February 17, May 17, and September 18. Keswick : Satm-days — April 18, October 11, 
November 2 (cheese). Penrith : Tuesdays and Saturdays — February 21, Shrove Tuesday, 
November 12. Whitehaven : Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satiirdays — June 13, Nov. 14. 
Wigton : Tuesdays — February 20, April 5, December 21. 

Newspapers. — Alston Herald, %c, Satui'day, Id. L. 1874. J. CathcraU &Co., Alston. 
— Carlisle Express and Examiner. Saturday, Id. L. 1857. Steel Bros., Carlisle. — Carlisle 
Journal. Tuesday, Id. ; Friday, 2d. ; weekly, Friday, 2id. L. 1798. Steel Bros., 
Carlisle. — Carlisle Patriot. Friday, 2d. C. 1815. The Carlisle Conservative Newspaper 
Company, Carlisle. — Cumberland and fFestmorland Advertiser, ^-c. Tuesday, Id, I. 1855. 
B. T. Sweeten, Penrith. — Cumbtrland Pacquct. — Tuesday, Id. C. 1774. R. Foster, 
Whitehaven. — English Lakes Visitor and Ecswiek Guardian. Saturday, Id. N. 1877- 
BakeweU and Fitzjames, Keswick. — Marijport Advertiser. Friday, Id. N. 1853. 
E. Adair, Maryport. — Millom Advertiser. Saturday, Id, L. 1875. B. Wallace, ilillom.— 
Northern Counties Gazette. Saturdav, Id. I. 1876. G. Windross, Whitehaven. — Penrith 
Herald. Saturday, Id. L. 1868. T. Hodgson, Penrith.— Pe«?-u'/i Observer. Tuesday, Id. 
L.-C. 1861. R. Scott, Venn.th..—Solway Pilot, #c. Saturday, Id. I. 1870. P. D. 
Lambe, Workington. — West Cumberland Times. Saturday, Id. I. 1874. Brash Bros., 
Cockermouth. — Whitehavoi Free Press. Saturday, Id. L. 1831. Whitehaven News- 
paper and Printing Company, Whitehaven. — Whitehaven Neivs. Thursday, Id. C. 1852. 
E. Foster, Whitehaven. — Wigton Advertiser. Saturday, Id. N. 1856. T. McMecban. 
Wigton. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 

The Eight Hon. Lord M■u^x■ASTER, m.p., Muncaster Castle, Ravengiass. 

High Sheriff (1881-2"). 
S^iMCEL Porter Foster, Esq., Killhow. 

Vice-Admiral of the Coast. 

The Eight Hon. the E.4.RL of Lonsdale. 

Members of Parliament. 

East Eivision. — Edward Stafford Howard, Esq. (l). George Jaues Howard, Esq. (l). 
West Division. — David Aixsworth, Esq.(L). Hon. Percy S. Wyxdham (c). 

Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 

Hold EN at Carlisle. 
Hon. P. S. Wyxdham, m.p.. Chairman. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 



Addison, Esq. , J., Castle Hill, Maryport 
Addison, Esq., J., Bank House 
Ainger,D.D.,Eev. G. H. , Eothbury, Morpeth 



*Ainsworth, Esq., D.. The Flosh, Cleator 
Ainsworth, Esq., John S.,TheFlosh,Cleator 
Alesander,Esq.,W.L.,Linton,Cockermouth 



48 



THK COUNTY COMPANION. 



Allison, Esq., E. A., Scaloby Hall, Carlisle 
Arlosh, The Rev. J.,"Woodsidc, Carlisle 
Armstrong, Esq., W., Brampton 
Askew, Esq., H. W., Conishead Priory, 

Ulverstono 
Bain, Esq., J., Croft Head, Harrington 
Bain, Esq., J. li., EUarbank, Cockermouth 
Bain, Esq., J. D., Bridges End, Cockermouth 
Banks, Esq., H. P., Highmoor House, 

Wigton 
Banks, Esq., E. H., Highmoor House 
Barker, Esq., Joseph, Newton Eigg, Penrith 
Bell, Esq., R., Brigham, near Cockermouth 
Bonn, Esq., W. L., Hestham Hall, Millom, 

Carnforth 
Bentinck, m.p.. Eight Hon. G. A. F. C, 3, 

Grafton Street, W. 
Brisco,Esq., M. H., Carlisle 
*Brisco, Bt., Sir E., Chairman of Allerdale- 
below-Berwent Division, Crofton Hall, 
Wigton 
Bristow, Esq., J. W., Eusemere Hill, 

Peni-ith 
Brooksbank, Esq., W. L., Lamplugh Hall, 

Cockei'moiith 
Brougham, Lord, Brougham Hall, Shap, 

Penrith 
Brougham, Hon. H. C, Brougham Hall, 

Shap, Pcm-ith 
^Brougham, Major- General T., Laithes 

House, Peniith 
Browne, Esq., W., Tallantii-e Hall, 

Cockermouth 
Churchill, E.sq., J., Hall Croft, Gosforth 
Collingwood, M.A., Ecv. E. G. , Irton, 

Eavenglass 
Cowpcr, Esq., F., Yanwath, Penrith 
Crackanthorpe, Esq., W., Newbiggin Hall, 

Appleby 
Crawhallj'Esq., T. W., Alston 
Cross, Esq., T., Euddington Hall, Kot- 

tingham 
Crowder, Esq., W. I. E., Stanwix, Carlisle 
Cui-wen, Eev. A. F., Harrington 
Curwen, Esq., E., Stam.ford Hill, Har- 
rington 
Cui'wcn, M.A., Eev. H., Chairman of Work- 
ington Division, Workington 
*Curwen, Esq., H., Workington Hall, 

Workington 
*Curwen,Esq.,H. E., TheHall,Workington 
Dacre, M.A., Eev. W., Irthington, Carlisle 
Dalton, B.D., Eev. T., Whitehaven 
Dawson, Esq., T., Allan Bank, Ambleside 
De Skclton, Esq., J. D., Woodland, Brough- 

ton-in-Furness 
Dickenson, Esq., J., Eed How, Cocker- 
mouth, Cumberland 
Dickinson, Esq., J., Eed How, Whitehaven 
Dickinson, Esq. , W., Thorne Croft, AYork- 

ington 
Dixon, Esq., G. H., Chatsworth Square, 
Carlisle 



[1882. 

Dixon, Esq., T., Eheda, Whitehaven 
Dowson, Esq., T. E. H., Greystoke, Penrith 
Drane, Esq., T., Cockermouth 
♦Dykes, Esq., L. F. B., Dovenby Hall, 

Cockermouth 
Elliot, Esq., W., Bishop's Close, Aspatria 
Erskine, Hon. A. W., Bowsur, Penrith 
Falcon, Esq., M., Stainburn, Workington 
Falcon, Esq., T. H., Camorton, near Work- 
ington 
Fawcett, Esq., J., Petteril Bank, CarEslc 
Fell, Eev. J. A., The Knells, Carlisle 
*Fergusou, Esq., G. H. H. 0., Broadfield 

House, Carlisle 
Ferguson, Esq., E. S., 74, Lowther Street, 

Carlisle 
Ferguson, Esq.,M. p., E., Morton Hall,Carlislc 
*Fethcrstonhaugh, Esq., C, Staffield Hall, 

Ponritli 
«Fetherstonhaugh, Esq., T., The College, 

Kir]i;oswald, Penrith 
Fidler, Esq., E., Standing Stone, Wigton 
Fisher, Esq., C, Chairman of Allerdalc- 
above-Derwent Division, Distington Hall, 
Whitehaven 
Fisher, Esq., J. C, Woodhall, Bridekirk, 

Cockermouth 
Fletcher, Esq., H., Marsh Side, Workington 
Fletcher, Esq., H. H., Croft Hill, White- 
haven 
Fletcher, Esq., W., Brigham Hill, Cocker- 
mouth 
Forstcr, Esq., W., Houghton Hall, 

Carlisle 
*Foster, Esq., S. P., Killhow, Wigton 
Gordon, Esq., W. B., Edmond Castle. 

Carlisle 
*Graham, Bt., Sir F. TJ., Chairman of 
Longtoivn Division, Netherby, Longtown 
Graham, b.a., Eev. M. E., Arthuret, Long- 
town 
Greenall, Esq., J. F., Lingholmc, Portin- 

scale, Keswick 
Harbord, Esq., E., Lorton Park, Brigham, 

near Cockermouth 
Harrison, Esq., W., Winscales, Workington 
«Hartley, Esq., T., Hutton John, Penrith 
*Hasell, Esq., J. E., Dalemain, Penrith 
Hodgson, Esq., M., Dj^kosfield, Carlisle 
Hodgson, Esq., Thos. Hesketh, ISTewby 

Grange, Carlisle 
Hodgson, Esq., W., Gilston Park, Harlow, 

Essex 
Horrocks, Esq., E. H., Eden Brows, near 

Carlisle 
Horrocks, Esq., T., Chairman of Cumberland 
Ward Division, Eden Brows, near 
Carlisle 
Hoskins, Eev. G. E., Higham, Cockermouth 
*E[oskins, Esq., T. A., Higham, Cocker- 
mouth 
*Howard, Esq., H. C, Greystoke Castle, 
Penrith 



1882.] cramERLAND. 

Ho-ward, Esq., m.p., G. J., Xaworth 
Castle, Brampton, CarKsle 

*Howard, Esq., P. H., Isle of Wight 

Ingham, Esq., T. H., Merton House, Skip- 
ton, Yorkshire 

Irving, M.A., Hev. J., Millom, Carnforth 

Irwin, Esq., T. A., Lynehow, Carlisle 

Jackson, Esq., W., Fleetham House, St. 
Bees, Whitehaven 

James, m.a., Rev. 0., Clarghyll Hall, 
Alston, Carlisle 

* Jefferson, Esq., H., Springfield, Egremont, 
Carnforth 

Jefferson, Esq., E., Eothersyke, White- 
haven 

Jennings, Esq., J.,Thomby Villa, Wigton 

Johnson, Esq., F. P., Castlesteads, Brampton, 
Carlisle 

*Johnson, Esq., G. J., Chairman of Bramp- 
ton Division, Castlesteads, Brampton, 
Carlisle 

Kirklinton, Esq., G. G., Kirklinton Hall, 
Carlisle 

Knowles, M.A.,Eev. E. H., St. Bees,A\Tiite- 
haven 

Langton, Esq., S. Z., Barrow House, 
Keswick 

Lawson, Bart., m.p., Sir W., Brayton Hall, 
Aspatria, Carlisle 

Lewthwaite, Esq., G., Broadgate, "ttTiitc- 
haven 

*Lewthwaite, Esq., J., Millom, White- 
haven 

►Lewthwaite, Esq., W., Broadgate, White- 
haven 

*Lindow, E.sq. , J. L. Bums-, Hascll Holme, 
Cleator, Carnforth 

*Lindow, Esq., S., Ingvi-ell, WTiitohavcn 

*Lonsdale, The Earl of, Lowthcr Castle, 
Penrith 

Losh,Esq., W. S., Wreay Svke, Carlisle 

*Lowther, The Hon. W., Ampthill Park, 
Beds 

*Lutwidge, Esq., C. E. F., Holm Eook, 
Whitehaven 

Maclnnes, Esq., M., Eickerby, near 
Carlisle 

Mackejizie, Esq., H. M., Distington, White- 
haven 

Maclean, Esq., J. D., Lazonby Hall, 
Penrith 

Markham, Esq., F., Morcland, Penrith 

Marshall, Esq., J. W., Pattcrdale Hall, 
Penrith 

Marshall, Esq., E. D., Keswick 

Massicks, Esq., T., Oaks, Millom, Cam- 
forth 

Maxwell, Esq., J. H., Durran Hill 
Milvain, Esq.,H., North Elswick Hall, West- 
gate Eoad, Newcastle 
Mounsey, Esq.,G., Kingficld House, Long- 
town 



49 



*Muncaster, m.p.. Lord, Lord Lieitteymnt 
and Chairman oj Bootle Division, Mun- 
castcr Castle, Eavenglass, Carnforth 
Myers, Esq., C. J., Dunning Hall, Brough- 

ton-in-Furness 
Nelson, Esq., J. W., Eden Bank, Lang- 

wathby 
Oddie, Esq.. J. W., Lizzick Hall, Keswick 
Ord, Esq., A. J. B., Whitfield Hall, 

Alston 
Page, Esq., W. B., St. Ann's, Carlisle 
Parker, Esq., E. W., Skirwith Abbey 
Pai-ker, Esq., J. K., Evening Hill 
Parker, Esq., E., Tarn Bootle 
*Parkcr, Esq., T. H., Warwick Hall, 

Carlisle 
♦Parker, Esq., W., Carlton HiU, Penrith 
*Pennington, Esq., E., Whitehaven 
* Percy, Esq., H. J., Eskrigg, Oulton, Wig- 
ton 
*Ponsonby, Esq., M., Haile Hall, Egremont, 

Carnforth 
Postlethwaite, Esq., J. B., Nether Stainton, 

Bootle, Carnforth 
*Postlethwaite, Esq., E., The Oaks, Millom, 

Carnforth 
Powe, Esq., I., Waterloo Terrace, White- 
haven 
Prevost, Esq., T. V.''., Edinburgh 
*Pritt, Esq., W., Eampsbeck Lodge, Ulls- 

water, Penrith 
Eailton, Esq., H., Snittlegarth Hall, As- 
patria, Carlisle 
Eamsden, Sir J., Abbot's Wood, Furness 
*Reed, Esq., F. J., Hassness, Cockcrmouth 
Eichardson, Esq., J., The Oaks 
Eilcy, Esq., H., Ennem Bank, Penrith 
liiinmer, m.a., Eev. J., Chi'ist Church, 

Whitehaven 
Eitson, Esq., J., Ellenbank, Marj-jiort 
Eitson, Esq., E., Chairman of Mart/port 
Bench, Ellenbank, Birkby near ^lary- 
port 
Eoutledge, Esq., G., Sandysike, Brampton, 

Carlisle 
*Salkeld, Esq., Jos., Carleton, Holm Hill 
Salmond, Esq., J., Waterfoot Hous ■, 

Penrith 
*Sanderson, Col. S. L. W., Eden Lacy, 

Penrith 
Schnibben, Eev. W. M., Penrith 
*-Scott, Esq., F., Hare Croft, Gosforth, 

Carnforth 
Scott, Esq., J., Wetheral 
*Senhouse, Esq., H. Pocklington-Lair- 

thwaite, Kes-vvick 
Sewell, Esq., F. E., Brandling Gill, Cocker- 
mouth 
Sharp, B.A., Eev. W., Mareham-le-Fen, 

Boston 
Short, B.A., Eev. H. M., Brathwaite, Kes- 
wick 



50 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



*Spedding, Esq.,H. A., Mirchousc, Keswick 

Spodding, Esq., J. J., Chairman of Kesivick 
Division, Greta Bank, Keswick 

Spencer, Esq., H., Moresby, Whitehaven 

Stackhousc, m.a., Rev. J., Vicar of Stain- 
forth, Settle 

*Standish, Esq., R. E. W. P., Marwall HaU, 
Owlesbiiry, Winchester 

♦Stanley, Esq., W., ronsonhy Hall, Egre- 
mont, Carnforth 

Stephenson, Esq., C, Four Gables, 
Brampton 

*Steward, Esq.,A.B., Newton Manor, White- 
haven 

Stirling, Esq., J., Cleator 

Taylor, m.a., Rev. F., Kirkandrcws-on- 
Esk, Longtown 

*Thompson, Esq., A. Green-, Chairman of 
Derwent Divinion, The Hollies, Keswick 

Thompson, Esq., J., HoUoway House, Pen- 
rith • 

Thompson, Esq., R., Inglewood Bank, 
Penrith 

Thompson, Esq., R. S., Workington 

Thompson, Esq., T. C, Milton House, 
Brampton, Carlisle 



Thompson, Esq., W., 11, Curwen Street, 

Workington 
Turner, Esq., W. B., Sella Park, Carnforth 
Unsworth, Esq., J., The Thorns, Peninth 
*Vane, Bart., Sir H. R., Chairman of 

Leath Ward Division, Hutton-in-the- 

Forest, Penrith 
Walker, Esq., J., Geddes, Nairn, N.B. 
Walker, Esq., W. B., Kellct House, Syle- 

croft, Wickham, Carnforth 
Watson, Esq., H. H., Braystones, St. Bees,. 

Carnforth 
Weston, Esq., J. E., Bootle 
Wickham, Esq., J., Penrith 
Wilson, Esq., R., Breughton Grange, 

Carlisle 
Wilson, Esq., T. G., Thistlewood, near 

Carlisle 
*Wordsworth, Esq., W,, Willow Brook, 

Eton, Windsor 
Wybergh, Esq., A., Borrens Hill 
Wybergh, Esq., J., The Mount, Papcastle, 

Cockermouth 
Wyndham, m.p.. The Hon. P. S., 44, Bel- 
grave Square, S.W. 
*Younghusband, Esq., J., Corkeckle, 

Whitehaven 



Deputy Lieutenant not a Magistrate. 
Graham, Esq., Richard Jas., Netherley. 

Chief County Officials. 

Clerk of the Feace— Thomas Houghton Hodgson, Esq. (Houghton House, Carlisle) ; 
Cleric to the Lieutenancy— H . Gibson Cant, Esq. (Penrith) ; Countij Treasurer— B.. Dobinson, 
Esq. ( Carlisle) ; Cotmty Surveyor— 1. A. Cory, Esq. (Carlisle); County Analyst— 3 ames 
W.Montgomery, Esq., m.d. (Whitehaven) ; TTnder Sheriff— 'E. L. Waugh, Esq. (Cocker- 
mouth) ; Chief Constable— John Dunne, Esq. (Carlisle) ; Co>-OMcrs— William Lumb, Esq. 
(Whitehaven) ; John Carrick, Esq. (Brampton) ; Joseph Hayton, Esq. (Cockermouth — 
for liberty of the honour of Cockermouth) ; John Webster, Esq. (Whitehaven— for liberty 
of the lordship of Egremont) ; P. B. Stoncy, Esq. (Ulverston— for liberty of the lordship 
of Millom). 



The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



Divisions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


Petty Se.ssions held at and on 


Clerks toMagistrates. 


Annual 
Salary. 


Allerdale-above- 

Derwent 
AUerdale-below- 

Derwent 
Bootle 

Brampton.. .. 

Cumberland Ward 


100,873 

122,737 

81,143 

97,705 

82,504 


48,654 
21,092 
7,443 
10,608 
17,177 


Whitehaven {every Monday 
and Thursday) 

Court House, Wigton {alt. 
Tuesdays) 

Court House, Bootle and 
Holborn HiU {alt. Sats.) . . 

Brampton {alt. Wednes- 
days) . . . . . . 

Carlisle {every Sat2(rday) .. 


James Brockbank, 

WTiitehaven 
Tom Eigg, Wigton 

John Webster, 
Whitehaven 

John Carrick, 
Brampton 

C. B. Hodgson, 
Carlisle 


£ 
1,115 

220 

130 

125 
200 



1882.] 



CUMBERLAND. 

The Petty Sessional 'Divisions— conthincd. 



61 



Divisions. l„^l^ 1 tion 
Acres. 1 ^jgj,jj_ 

i 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks toMagistrates. 


Annual 
S alar J'. 


Derwent . . 
Keswick . . 
Leath Ward 

Longtown . . 
Workington 


91,201 30,n9 

73,756 6,270 

219,273 { 29,039 

88,245 8,268 

i 
11,154 1-2,179 


Cockermouth (everijMondai/) ; 

Maryport {alt. Bridatjs) 
Keswick [alt. Saturdays) 

Penrith [every Tuesday) 

Longtown [Thursdays once a 
month) 

WorMngtou [every Wednes- 
day) 


E.'Waugh, C'mouth 
E. Tyson, Marj-port 
Robert Broatch, 

Keswick 
Edward Bleaymire, 

Penrith 
C-B. Hodgson, 

Carlisle 
Tom Milbiuii, 

Workington 


£ 

250 

85 
85 

260 

70 

2.50 



Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



Authorities 



Character of 
Authority. 



Population 
(1881j. 



Rateable Value 
(1881). I 



Names of Clerks. 



Carlisle . . 
Cleator Moor 
Cockei-mouth 
Egremont 
Hobne Cultram 
Keswick . . 
Maryport 
Milloin . . 
Penrith . . 
Whitehaven 
Wigton . . 
Workington 



Municipal borough 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Improvement corns. 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 



35,866 

10,420 
5,354 
6,976 
4,220 
3,219 
8,177 
6,231 
9.268 

19,321 
3,948 

13,305 



£ 
125,.581 
85,240 
15,981 
62,220 
31,163 
12,664 
24,720 
60,000 
44,313 
57,366 
10,014 
29,187 



J. Nanson 
W. Malkinson 
John Fearon 
J. Mclntyre 
Thomas Harrison 
E. Broatch, Kesmck 
John Barwise 
E. T. MitcheU 
W. E. Atkinson 
John CoUins 
John McKeever 
John Wanvick 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



Unions and 
Authorities. 



*Alston-w-Garrigill 
Bootle 

Brampton . . 
Carlisle 

Cockermouth 

Longtown . . 

Penrith 

Whitehaven 

Wigton 



Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 


' 36,968 


4,621 


J 91,288 


12,224 


.' 97,705 


10,563 


J 69,164 


52,473 


.170,155 


56,790 


J 88,245 


7,710 


. 188,261 


23,242 


. 90,715 


59,303 


. 137,647 


23,434 



Rateable 
Value 

(1881). 



£ 

14,431 
119,368 

82,749 
263,183 

307,668 

72,405 
198,192 
386,273 
179,567 




Eev. O. James 

John E. Weston . . 

Geo. J. Johnson 

T. Blaire 

( J. Pearson (P.L.A.) 
\ T. Paisley (E.S.A.) 

Eev. M. E. Graham 

W. Longrigg 

J. Hodgson 

WUliam Donald . . 



Names of Clerks. 



J. Dickinson 
J. Clark, B'ton. 
G. Eamshay 
G. Momisey 

J. Musgrave 

C.B.Hodgson 
W. B. Ai-nison 
W.H.Atkinson 
W. Mauduell 



* Poor-law parish — not union. 

School Boards. 



Boards 



C.-VRLISLE 

Abbey Holme . . 

[h) Arlecdon and Weddipar (U.D.) 



Union of 



Municipal borough 

Wigton 

Whitehaven 



Popula- 
tion 
(18S1). 




Names of Clerks. 


35,866 

940 

3,488 


9 
5 

7 


S. Cartmell 
T. Harrison 
J. E. Thompson 



6U 



THE COtTNTY COMPANION. 
School Boards — continued. 



[1882. 



Boards. 



Artliuret and Kirkandrews-upoii' 

Esk (U.D.) 
Aspatria and Brayton 
Basseutliwaite . . 
Bewcastle and Askerton . . 



Union of 



Bowness . . . . . . 

Brampton . . . . . . 

[h) Burgh -by-Sand 

Caldbeck with Castlesowerby 

(h) Clifton (U.D.) 

Cockermouth . . . . 

(a) Cummersdale 

(h) Cumwhitton and Carlatton (U.D.) 

(h) Dalston 

Dearham 

(h) Distington 

(6) Egremcnt . . 



Longtown 

Wigton . . 

Cockermouth 

Longtown 

Brampton 
Wigton 
Brampton. . 
Carlisle 
Wigton 
Cockermouth 
Cockermouth 
CarUsle . . 
Brampton. . 
Carlisle 
Cockermouth 
Whitehaven 
Whitehaven 



and 



(h) Ellenborougli and Ewanrigg . . Coc-kennoiith 
Flimby . . . . . . . . . . Cockermouth 

Gamblesby . . . . . . . . Penrith 

(h) Great Broughton (U.D.) . . . . Cockermouth 

Harrington . . . . . . . . Whitehaven 

Hayton and Oughterside (U.D.) . . Cockermouth 
(7))' Holme, East Waver .. .. Wigton .. 

Holme Low . . . . . . . . Wigton 

Holme St. Cuthbert . . . . . . Wigton 

Irthington .. ;. .. ,. Brampton.. 

(6) Kirkandrews-on-Eden (U.D.) .. Carlisle ,. 
Kirkbride . . . . . . . . Wigton 

(h) Kirkland and Blencarn . . . . Penrith 

Qj) Lamplugh . . . . . . . . Whitehaven 

Lowside Quarter .. .. .. Whitehaven 

{})) Millom Bootle 

Moresby .. .. .. .. Whitehaven 

Nether Denton .. .. .. Brampton.. 

Oi-ton Carlisle . . 

(i) Papcastle .. .. .. .. Cockermouth 

(h) Penrith Penrith . , 

(^4 Kenwick ' Penrith .. 

(?<) St. Bees (U.D.) Whitehaven 

(6) Seiiton (U.D.) Cockermouth 

Sebergham . . . . . . . . Wigton 

(h) Stainbum . . . . . . . . Cockermouth 

Thursby Wigton .. 

Waverton . . . . . . . . Wigton 

(h) Wetheral Carlisle . . 

Workington . . . . . . . . Cockermouth 



Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 



3,666 

1,778 
50!) 
SS9 



4^ 



1,360 


5 


3,557 


5 


903 


5 


1,175 


7 


1,403 


n 


5,356 


7 


S52 


5 


C35 


5 


2,448 


5 


2,172 





955 


5 


5,ii76 


7 


2,SS3 


5 


2,124 


5 


273 


5 


1,937 


7 


3,013 


7 


999 


5 


440 


5 


2,092 


5 


753 


5 


853 


5 


477 


5 


363 


5 


170 


5 


1,055 


5 


317 


5 


7,701 


7 


95S 


5 


291 


5 


452 


5 


700 


5 


9, SOS 


7 


262 


8 


1,505 


5 


3,14-^ 


5 


5W 


5 


227 


5 


572 


5 


540 


5 


3,320 


7 


8,413 


7 



Names of Clerks. 



J. Hewetson Brown 

P. de E, Collin 
John Fearon 
T. Smith 

J. Ward 

Rev. H. Whitehead 
S. Cartmell 
W. H. Greenup 
W. Paisley 
J. Fearon 

Rev. T. Cross (Hon.) 
Rev.W. Maudsley(Hon.) 
John Greenup 
P. de E. Collin 
Edw. Drvden 
H.J. Whiteside, White- 
haven 
E. T. Tvson.C'kerm'uth 
P. de E. Collin 
T. Benson 
J. JIusgrave 
J. B. Tolson 
W. Paisley 
Thos. Harrison 
John Hodgson 
P. de E. Collm 
Rtv. W. Dacre {Chi.) 
S. Cartmell 
J. Kirkhaugh 
Rev. A. Edwards (C7i«.) 
F. Whittle 
H. Glaister 
John Clark 
John Bowley 
T. Carrick 
T. Hind 
E. L. Waugh 
C. N. Arnison 
Rev. Geo. PoUard 
J. D. Fidler 
P. de E. Collin 
Rev.H.Whitmore(<?/(n.) 
M. Falcon, J.P. (Hon.) 
S. G. Saul 
W. Manduell 
S. Cartmell 
J. Dand 



The Militia Force. 

The Cumberland Militia Force is comprised of the 3rd Batt. of the Border Territorial Regiment 
of Light Infantry (late 34th and 55th Foot). Regimental District, No. 34. Depot, Carlisle. 
Headquarters, Carlisle. Hon. Colonel, Earl of Lonsdale ; Lieut.-Colonel, S. L. W. Sanderson ; 
Adjutant, Capt. E. M. Carter. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Cumberland Volunteer Force consists of one corps of Artillery, and one administrative 
battalion of Rifles. The maximum strength of the force is 1,620 of sU ranks. 



1882.J DERBY. 53 

COUNTY OF DERBY. 

As inland and central county, having Yorkshire on the north, Nottinghamshire on the 
oast, the counties of Leicester, Warwick, and Stafford on the south, and Stafford and 
Chester on the west. Length, 52 miles ; breadth, 30 miles; circumference, 170 miles; 
square miles, 1,029. The principal rivers are the Derwent, Trent, Dove, and Wye, sup- 
plemented by the Erewash and Grand Trunk canals. There are 2,-500 miles of roads. 
Derbyshire is well supplied with railways, which belong mostly to the Midland Company. 
The trunk line from Exeter to Newcastle and Edinburgh passes through Burton, Derby, 
Belpor and Chesterfield, so as to run through Derbyshire from north to south. At Burton, 
the line formed by the Leicester and Swannington, and the North Staffordshire, passes 
through the south, sending off" branches to Tutbury and Ashborne. The main line from 
London through Leicester, sends off" branches to Nottingham, the Erewash Valley, through 
Codnor to Clay Cross, Belper to Ambergate, and from Ambergate to Matlock, Rowsley, 
Buxton, &c., and from Derby continues its direct course to Carlisle and Scotland. The 
Manchester Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway p isses through Glossop, and skirts the 
north-western part of the shire. The Manchester and Sheffield line to Hull passes on the 
north-east from Sheffield to Worksop. The Cromford and High Peak Railway is a tram- 
way beginning at Cromford on the Manchester Buxton and Ambergate Railway, and runs 
in a line with it, again joining it to the west of Chapel-en-le- Frith, to which it has a 
branch. There are several tramways to the collieries. Some parts of Derbyshire are 
esteemed as the most beautifully picturesque of any in the kingdom. The peak land is 
very barren, but in the south is some very rich soil. There is much grazing and dairy 
land. The chief crops are oats, hay, barley (for the brewers), potatoes, and wheat; but 
this county is rather of a manufacturing and mining than of an agricultural character. In 
the mineral districts belonging to the Duchy of Lancaster a custom prevails by which any 
one in search of ore may enter any field and dig for a certain time. The east, north, and 
south divisions of Derbyshire each return twu members to Parliament. The county is in 
the Midland circuit, the assizes being held at Derby, and constitutes an archdeaconry and 
deanery in the diocese of Lichfield, and jDrovince of Canterbury. The borough representa- 
tion is confined to Derby, returning two members to Parliament. The shire has six 
hundreds, 322 civil parishes, besides parts of others, 9 poor-law unions, 8 registry districts, 
3 municipal boroughs [Chesterfield,* Derby,* and Glossop*], 29 urban sanitary authori- 
ties, 9 rural sanitary authorities, and 33 tui-npike trusts. It also has one court of 
quarter sessions, and is divided into li petty sessional di\-isions and G lieutenancy sub- 
divisions. The borough of Derby has a commission of the peace and separate court of 
quarter sessions ; the boroughs of Chesterfield and Glossop have commissions of the peace 
only ; all three boroughs have their own police. 

Geological Xotvs. — The north-west part of the county is mountainous, several of the 
peaks rising to the height of upwards of 1,700 feet, and Holme Moss, the highest point, to 
1,859 feet above the level of the sea. Near the centre of the county is a rich vein of lead 
ore. It also contains several veins of iron. In the mountainous district of the north-west 
corner of the county arc several extensive caverns, producing a beautiful variety of .spar, 
extensively wrought into vases and other ornaments. Petrifactions are also common. 
Warm springs are found at Matlock, Buxton, and Stoney Middleton, and at Kedleston 
Park is a sulphurous spring. Coal is found in various parts of the county. Tlie other 
mineral products are gritstone, limestone, gypsum, marble, slate, galena, calamine, zinc, 
china-stone, pipe-clay, petroleum, manganese, silver, copper, gold in small quantities, fire- 
brick, and black chalk. 

Historical Notes. — This county seems to have been first held by the Iberians, who 
gave names to the rivers and hills, and have left many remains of circles, cairns, and bar- 
rows, or lows, in the upland districts. The Welsh or British tribes, whom the Romans 
subdued, were the Coritani and Comavii, and the county was made part of the province of 
Flavia Cajsariensis. The antiquities are Castleton (Peveril's Peak) and Codnor castles, 
with remains of Haddon Hall, Dale Abbey, and Gresley Priory. 

Trade, Ma)iufactures, ^c. — The manufactures arc silk throwing, cotton yarn, elastic 
web, cotton and silk hosiery, net, candlewicks, quilp, laces, wrought marble, tools, 
copperas, &c. ; there is a good deal of malting and brewing, and some extensive iron foundries. 

FAectoral, Fi>iancial, and General Statistics. — Area of county, 656,243 acres ; number 
of houses (1881), inhabited, 92,783 ; ditto, uninhabited, 7,0il : ditto, building, 501 ; popula- 
tion (1881) : males, 232,092 ; females, 229,049 ; total, 461,141 ; average number of persona 

* J'ide " Municipal Corporations Comp.inion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



54 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors in 1881 

(excluding boroughs) — east division, 6,"i71 ; north division, 7,240 ; south division, 8,902; 
valuation for countj' assessment (March 25, 1881), £1,974,728; for police assessment, 
£1,867,743 ; received by county rate (2id.), £17,880 ; by police rate (S^d.), £17,340 ; total 
receipts, £58,528 ; total expenditure, £56,217; amount of loans outstanding (March 25, 
1881), £49,800. 

Police and Criminal Statistics. — The county force comprised (September 29, 1881) 1 
chief constable (Capt. F. J. Parrv), at £500 yearly and £100 allowances ; 12 superintendents 
CE. W. Lawson, Dep. C. C, Derby ; D. A.Hunter (Chief Clerk), Derby; J. Coope, Alfreton ; 
J. G. McDonald, Ashbourne ; C. Barker, Bakewcll ; AV. Lytic, Bolper ; J. Hallam, Chapcl- 
en-le-Frith; E. Carline, Chesterfield ; P. Cruit, Eckington; H. S. Sims, Woodville ; J. 
Hancock, Langley Mill ; J. Sharpe, Wii-ksworth), from £200 to £140 yearly ; 20 inspectors, 
from £100 to £91 yearly ; 25 sergeants, from 32s. Id. to 298. 9d. weekly; and 204 con- 
stables, from 28s. to 23s. lid. weekly ; total of all ranks, 262. The cost of the force in the 
previous year was £21,497 ; the proportion paid by the Government was £10,748. The area 
of the district is 623,992 acres. For 279 indictable offences reported, 206 persons were 
apprehended, and 145 committed for trial ; for offences determined summarily, 8,417 persons 
were proceeded against, and 7,023 convicted, 2,001 persons and 1,913 convictions respec- 
tively being classed under charges of drunkenness. There are 1,126 public-houses, 832 
beer-houses, and 67 refreshment-houses within the district controlled by the force. 

AgrictiltKral Statistics (year ending June, 1881). — Total average under crops, bare 
fallow and grass, 512,334, viz. : corn, 63,940; green crops, 20,964, clover, grasses, &c., 
27,662; pennanent pasture, &c., 391,776; bare fallow, &c., 8,026. The total number of 
horses was 21,680; cattle, 133,481; sheep, 191,243; and pigs, 30,552. 

Principal Markets, Fairs, S,-c. — Alfreton : Fridavs — July 31, October 7, N'ovember 25. 
Ashbourne: Saturdays— February 13, March 12, September 3, October 18, 19, 20, 
November 5, 29. Buxton : Saturdays — i^^pril 1, May 2, September 9, October 28. Chapel- 
en-le-Frith : Thuisdays— February 7, March 3 and 29, April 18 and 30, Holy Thursday and 
three following Thursdays; October 17, November 21 (stock); July 7 (wool). Chester- 
field: Saturdays — January 27, February, 28, first Saturday in April, May 4, September 25, 
November 25.' Berbij : Tuesdays and Fridays — Friday after January 6, Januarj^ 25, 
March 21 ; Friday after May 1, JEaster and Whit Fridays, July 25, September 27; first 
Tuesday in February, April, June, August, October, and December. Glossop : Saturdays — 
May 6, and "Wednesday after October 15. 

Ncivspapcrs. — Alfreton Journal, %c. Friday, Id. C. 1870. S. Rowbottom & Son, 
Alfreton. — Buxton Adrcrtiser. Saturdav, Id. L. 1852. J. C. Bates, li\xyitoTi. —Buxton 
Herald, %c. Wednesday, Id. C. 1842. W. D. Sutton, 'Bnydon.—Chapel-cn-le-Frith 
Advertiser. Fridav, I'lA. I. 1877. T. A. Pettit, Glossop. Derbyshire Advertiser, 
S;c. Friday, 2d. "L. 1846. W. Hobson, Derby. — Derbyshire Courier. Satui'day, Id. 
L. 1828. J. Toplis. Chesterfield.— i>(Ti?'//67/i)(? Times. Wednesday and Satm^day, Id. 
C. 1854. W. Edmunds, Chesterfield.— !>«■/>// DaUij Telegraph. M. L. 1879. E. M. 
Pike, Derby.— J^riy Gazette. Thursday, Id. L. 1860; and "Baibj Fvcninfi Gazette. 
Daily, id. L. 1879. Bewley and Eoe, " Derby. — Dcrbi/ Mercury. Wedncsdav, 2d. C. 
1732. HoUand and Co., Derby.— i)«%i?(7W?-^«-. Friday, 2d. L.. 1823. E.M.Pike, 
Derby. — Glossop Times. Satm-day, Id. C. W. Edmunds, Glossop. — Glox.^opdale Chronicle. 
Saturday, Ud. C. 1859. Glossopdale Chi-onicle Company, Glossop.— If/*//; Peak Keics. 
Satm-day, Id. L. 1870. J. C. Bates, Buxton.— //Zm^ok Pioneer, ^-c. Thursday, Id. C. 
1853. J. Wombell, Ilkeston. — NortJi, Derbyshire and North Cheshire Advertiser. Friday, 
l^d. L. 1870. T. A. Pettit, Glossop. — Piplci/ Advertiser. Saturday, Id. L. 1863. 
G. Howland, Ei]3lcy. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Jlost Noble the Duke or Devonshire, k.g., Chatsworth. 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 
Fraxcis J.\mes Sumneu, Esq., of Gilossop. 

Members of Parliament. 

Fast Division. — Alfked Baexes, Esq. (l). Admiral Hon. F. Egerton (l). 
North Division. — Lord Edwaud Cavfmush (l). John F. Chektham, Esq. (l). 
South Division.— Col. Sir H. Wilmot, Bart. (c). Thomas W. Evans, Esq. (l). 

Chairman and Deputy-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 

HoLDEN AT DehHY. 

T. W. Evans, Esq., m.p.. Chairman. 1\. W. M. Nesfield, Esq., Deputy-Chairman. 



1882.] 



DERBY. 



55 



The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 



M. A., Rangemore, 
M. T., Rangemore, 



Alleyne, Bart., Sir J., Butterley Hill, 

Alfreton 
Allport, Esq., J. J., Littleover, Derby 
Allsopp, Bart., Sir H., Hindlip Hall, 

Worcester 
Allsopp, Esq., S. C, Doveridge Hall, Der 
*Arkwrigh.t, Esq., A., Tte Gate House, 

Wii'ksworth 
Ark-wright, Esq., A. P., Willersley Castle, 

Matlock 
ArkwrightjEsq., F., Overton Hall, Chester- 
field 
Arkwi-ight, Esq., F. C, Willersley Castle, 

Matlock 
Ashton, Esq., R. H., Castleton, Sheffield 
Bagshawe, Esq., W. H. G., Chairman of 

Chapel-en-le-Frith Bench, Ford Hall, 

Chapel-en-le-Frith 
*Bagshawe, Esq., F. "W., Chairman of EcJc- 

Ington Division, The Oaks, Sheffield 
Bagot, Lord, BHthfield House, Rugeley 
Balguy, Esq., J. 
*Banies, Esq., m.p.. A., Ashgate Lodge, 

Brampton, Chesterfield 
*Barrow, Esq., J. J., Tiinbridge Wells 
Barrow, Esq., J. B., Ringwood HaU, 

Chesterfield 
Bass, Esq., M.r., 

Burton-on-Tront 
*Bass, Esq., m.p, 

Burton-on-Trent 
Bayley, Esq., R., Castledyke, Sheffield 
Belper, Lord, Kingston Hall, Kegworth, 

Derby 
Bennett, Esq., Thos. 
Binns, Esq. , C. , Clay Cross, Chesterfield 
BlaekweU, Esq., J. B. E., Biggin House, 

Wirksworth 
Blake, Esq. , W. G. , ShaiTOw House, Sheffield 
I'.oden, Esq., H., The Friary, Dex'by 
Bowdon, Esq., Lancelot Butler 
*Bradshaw, jun., Esq., F., Barton Park, 

Derby 
Buckley, Esq., F., Glossop 
Burdett, Bart., Sir Francis, Ancaster House, 

Richmond, Surrey 
Campbell, Esq., C. M., Wood Seat, 

Uttoxeter 
Carring-ton, Esq. , Arthur, Holywell House, 

Chesterfield 
Carver, Esq., T., The HoUins, ]\Iarple 
*Cavc. Bart., Sir- il. C. B., Stretton-en-le- 

Fields, Ashby-dc-la-Zouch 
* Cavendish, m.p., LordE., Chatsworth 
Cavendish, Esq., J. C, Ashford Hall, 

Bakewell 
Chapman, Esq., J., Hill End, Mottram, 

Cheshire 
Charlton, Esq., T. B., Chilwell Hall, 

Nottingham 
Christie, Esq., Richd. Copley, Uplands, 

Prestwich, i[anchester 



Clay, Esq., J. S., Ford Manor, Lingfield, 

SuiTey 
Clowes, Esq., S. W., Norbury. Ashbome 
*Coke, Esq., E. T., Debdale, Mansfield 
*Coke, Hon. E. K. W., The Hall, Longford, 

Derby 
Coke, Esq., W. Laugton, Kirkbye Hall, 

Alfreton 
*Colvile, Esq., C. R., Chair mayi of Swadlin- 
cote Z'iy4«i(/«,Lullington, Burton-on-Trent 
Cooke, Esq., H., Edge Moor, Buxton 
Cotton, Esq., R. H., EtwaU Hall, Derby 
Cox, S. R., Oldburv Hall, Atherstone 
Cox, Esq., W., Brailsford, Derby 
Cox,W. T. E., Spondon 
Craven, Esq., Frederick 
Crewe, Esq., V. H., Calke Abbey, Derby 
*Crompton, Esq., J. G., The Lilies, Derby 
Curzon, Esq., N. C, Lockington HaU, 

Derby 
*Curzon, Hon. Geo. Xathaniel, Hedleston, 

Hall, near Derby 
Devonshire, e.g., His Grace the Duke of, 

Lord Lieutenant, Chatsworth 
Darwin, Esq., R., Chairman of Buxton 

Bench, The Fern, Buxton 
Dawson, Esq., A. F., Barrow Hill, Ash- 
bourne 
*Denman, Lord, Stony Middleton, Sheffield 
*De Rodes, Esq., W. H., The HaU, Barl- 

borough, Chesterfield 
Devas, Esq., H., Spondon, Derbv 
DLxon, Esq., G. M., The HaU, Bradley, 

Ashboin-ne 
Drury-Lowe, Esq., W. D. X., Locke Park, 

Derby 
Duncombe, Esq., A. C, Calwich Abbey, 

Ashbourne 
Durv, Esq., T. H., Hannah Fields, Duin- 

fi-jes, KB. 
Egerton, m.p., Rear Adml. Hon. F., St. 

George's HiU, Byfleet, Sun-ey 
Evans, Esq., W., Darley Abbey, Derby 
*Evans, Esq., m.p., t. W., The HaU 

AUestree, Derbv 
♦Every, Bart., Sir H. F., Egginton HaU, 

Burton-on-Trent 
Ferrers, Lord, Staunton Harold, Melbourne 
Fitzherbert, Esq., J. K., BreadsaU, Derby 
*Fitzherbert, Bart., Sir W., Chairman of 

Ashbourne Division, The HaU, Tissington, 

Ashbourne 
Frank, Esq., R. H., The HaU, Ashboui-no 
Fytche. Esq., J. L., Thorp HaU, Louth 
Gell, Esq., H. Chandos-Pole-, Hopton 

HaU, Wirksworth 
Gisborne, Esq., H. F., 11, FuU Street, 

Derby 
*Gisbome, Esq., T. M., 4, Upper St. Ger- 

main's TeiTace, Blackheath, S.E. 
Goodwin, Esq., R. H., Hinchley Wood, 

Ashbourne 



56 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Greaves, Esq., F. E., 2, Albert Iload. 

Brigliton 
Grimshaw, Esq., S., Errwood House, Buxton 
Hague J. S., White HaU, Chinley, Chapel- 

en-lc-Frith 
Hall, Esq., G. C, Chairman of Alfrcton 
Division, The Grange, Swanwick, Alfrcton 
Hall, Esq., L.. Holly Bush, Sudhurj-, Derby 
*IIartington,M. p., Marquis of, HardwickHall 
Haslam,' Esq., W. C, Eipley, Derby 
*Heatheote, Esq., C, Raleigh, Bidcford, 

Devon 
Heywood, Esq., A. P., DuffieldBank, Derby 
Heywood, Bart., Sir T. P., Dove Lees, 

Ashboiu'ne 
Hibbert,J.,Fern Bank, Now Mills,!Stockport 
Hodgkinson, Esq., Samuel 
Hubbersty, Esq., A. C, The Ford, Alfrcton 
Hubbersty, Esq., H. A., Buxton 
Huish, Esq., J., Smallcy Hall, Derby 
*Hurt, Esq., A. F., Chairmnnof WirJcsworth 

Divlsio)), Little Eaton, Derby 
Jackson, Esq., J.,Stubbin Edge, Chesterfield 
Jervis, Plon. W. M., Quarndon, Derby 
Jessop, Esq., W., Buttcrley Hall, Alfreton 
Jessop, Esq., William de Burgh 
Kempson, Esq., Isaac 
Kingdon, Esq., C. B., Ednaston Lodge, 

Derby 
Levett, Esq., T. J., Wichnor, Burton-on- 

Trcnt 
Lowe, Colonel, E. D. 
Lucas, Esq., B., Chairman of Chesterfield 

Division, Hasland, Chesterfield 
Lvon, Esq., A. W., The Hall, Doveridge, 

Derby 
Mackie, Esq., J., Cliff House, Crigglestone, 

Wakefield 
Mann, Esq., L. E., Hazlebrow, Belper 
Markham, Esq., C., Tapton House, Ches- 
terfield 
Meynell,Esq.,G.F.,Me^TicllLangley,Dcrby 
Miiligan, Colonel, C, the Hall, Cauldwell, 

Burton-on-Trent 
Milner, Esq., W. P., Meersbrook, Sheffield 
Milnes, Esq., E. S., Walton Cottage, 

Chesterfield 
Moore, Esq., W. C, Bamford, Shcflield 
Morewood, Esq., C. P., Alfreton Park, 

Alfrcton 
*Moslcy, Esq., A., Chairman of Dcrhy and 
Repton 2>i'!'(«jpws,Burnaston House, Derby 
Moslev, Esq., P. P. 
Jlosley, P.art., Sir T., Eolleston Hall, 

Burton-on-Trcnt 
!Mowbray, Esq., G. T., Grangewood House, 

Over Seal, Ashby-de-la-Zouch 
Mundv, Esq., E. M., Shipley, Derbv 
*Mundy, Esq., F. N., The Hall," Mark- 

eaton, Derbv 
*:\rundy, Esq.; M. H. M., Shipley, Derby 
*Needham, Esq., VY.,34, Montpelier Square, 
S.W. 



• [1882. 

♦Nesfield, Esq., R. W. M., Castle Hill, 
Bakewell 

Newdigate, Colonel, F. W., West Hallam, 
Derby 

Newdigato, Esq., G., Morney Meadows, 
Hereford 

Newton, Esq., C. E., Mickleover, Derby 

Oakes, Esq., T. H., Riddings House, 
Alfrcton 

Okeover, Esq., H. C, Okeover Hall, Ash- 
borne 

*Osmaston, Esq., J., Chairman of Ashbourne 
Divisio)!, Osmaston Manor, Derby 

Paget, Esq., J., Stuffj-n Wood, Mansfield 

Pares, Esq.,E. H., Hopwell, Derby 

Peach, Esq., G. W., Tutbury, Buiton-on- 
Trent 

Pole, Esq., R. C. W., Radborne Hall, 
Derby 

Potter, Esq., E. C, Dinting, Glossop 

*Potter, Esq., E., Dinting Vale, Glossop 

Princep, Esq., T. L., Croxall, Tamworth 

Pringle, Esq., R. K. 

Pve, Esq., H. J., Clifton Hall, Burton-on- 
Trcnt 

Radford, Esa. 

Radford, Esq., C. C, Tansley Wood, 
Matlock 

RatcHffe, Esq., R., Walton Hall, Burton- 
on-Trent 

Renshaw, Esq., H. C, Bank Hall, Chapel- 
en-le-Frith 

Rhodes, Esq., T., Mersey Bank, Hadfield, 
Manchester 

Robertson, Esq., m.d., W. H., Buxton 

Salmond, Esq., H., Langton Hall, Alfreton 

Scarsdalo, Lord, Kedleston Hall, Derby 

Schwind, Esq., C, Bronifield, Morley, 
Derby 

Scott, Esq., W. H., Draycott House, Derby 

Seely, Jun., Esq., C, Sherwood Lodge, 
Arnold, Notts 

Shaw, Esq., H., Corbar Villa, Buxton 

Shepley, Esq., W., Chairman of Glossop 
Division, Brookfield, Glossop 

*Sliuttlcworth, Esq., J. S. A., Hathersage, 
Sheffield 

Sidebottom, T. H., Waterside, Hadfield, 
Manchester 

Sitwell, Esq., R. S. W., Chairman ofSmaUey 
Division, Stainsby House, Derby 

Sleigh,Esq., J. E., Everslev, Matlock, Bath 

Smith, Esq., F. N., Wingfield Park,. 
Eijiloy, Derbj' 

Smith, Esq., IL E., Norris House, Ashby 
do-la-Zouch 

*Smith, Esq., R.. Duffield Hall, Derby 

Smith, Esq., W. J., Alvaston, Derby 

Smithcrs. Esq.,E., Little Longstonc, Bake- 
well 

Sorby, Esq., C, The Lodge, Darley Dakv 
Matlock 

Strutt, Hon. F., Milford, Derby 



1882.] 

*Strutt, Esq., G. H., Makeney House, 
Duffield, Derby 

Striitt, Esq., G. H., Chairman of Bclper 
Division, Bridge Hill, Belper 

♦Sumner, Esq., F., Chairman of Glosso}) 
Division, East View, Glossop 

Sutton, Esq., E., Shardlow, Derby 

Swallow, Esq., J. F., Mosbro Hill House, 
Chesterfield 

Swanwick.Esq., F., Wbittington, Chester- 
field 

Taylor, Esq., W. F., Newport House, 
Eardisty, Hereford 

Taylor-Whitehead, Esq., S., Burton Closes, 
Bakowell 

Turbutt, Esq.,W. G., OnrstonHall, Alfreton 

Turner, Esq., H., The Woodlands, Offerton, 
Stockport 

Yandclcur, Esq., G., Ballynamona, Knock- 
long, Limerick. 

Verelst, Esq., H.W., Aston Hall, Rotherham 

*Vcmon, Lord, Chairman of Appletrec 
Division, The Hall, Sudbury, Derby 

Vernon, Hon. W. J. B. W. V., 43, Gros- 
venor Place, London, S.W. 

Walthall, Esq., H. W., Alton Manor, Derby 



DERBY. 57 

Wardle,Esq.,H.,Highficld,Burton-on-Trent 
Wass, Esq., E. M., The Lea, Matlock 
*AVaterpark, Lord, Dovcridge, Derby 
Webb, Esq., T., Tutbury, Derby 
Welby, Esq.,W. E. 
Wellfit, Esq., S. W., Langwith Lodge, 

Mansfield 
"S\Tieatcroft, Esq., J., Wirksworth, Derby 
Wilkic, Esq., D., The Hall, Bradbome, 

Ashbourne 
*Wilkinson, Esq., G. Y. 
♦Wilmot, Bart., M.r., y.c, Sir H., The Hall, 

Chaddesden, Derby 
Williams, Esq., G. G.,Wallog, Aberystwith 
Wolferstan,Esq.,F.S.P.,Statfold,Tamworth 
Wood, Esq., J., Arden, Bredbui-y, Stockport 
Wood, Esq., S., Glos.sop 
Woodlbrde, Esq., W. F., Barton House, 

Barton- under-Needwood 
WooUey, Esq., J. H., Kilborne, Derby 
Wright, Esq., F.,Swanwick, Alfreton 
Wright, Esq., F. B., Aldcrcar Hall, Not- 
tingham 
Wright, Esq., J. F. 

Wright, Esq., P.,Mellington Hall, Church 
Stoke, ^Montgomery 



Bateman,Esq.,A., Sacheverell, Street Derby 
Crewe, Bart., Sir J. H., Calkc Abbey, Derby 



Deputy Lieutenants not Magistrates. 



Gower, Hon. E. F. L., 14, South Audley 

Street, S.W. 
Howard of Glossop, Lord, The Hall, Glossop 

Chief County Officials. 
Cleric of the Peace— Q. S. B. Busby, Esq. (Derby and Chesterfield) ; Cleric of the 
Lieutcnanctj—B. Scott Currey, Esq. (Derby) ; Co/<nt>/ Treasurer— Geo. Crompton, Esq. 
(Derby) ; Chief Constable— Cajii. F. P. Parry, e.n. (Derby) ; Under Sheriff— B. S. Currey, 
Esq. (Derby); Counti/ Surveyor— :i. Storoy,Esq. (Marketplace, Derby); County Analijst— 
(North Diy.) ^Ir. Allen (Sheffield), (South Div.) Oito Hehner (Derby); Coroners—Vf . H. 
Whiston, Esq. (Derby) ; J. Sale, Esq. (Derby) ; C. G. Busby, Esq. (Chesterfield) ; E. 
Bennct, Esq., m. d. (Buxton). 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



Divisions. 



Area. 
Acres. 



Alfreton . . 

Apj)letree . . 

Ashbourne 

Bakewell . . 

Belper 
*Buxton . . 



. 34,663 

. 30,894 

. 60,540 

. 83,347 

. 23,126 



Chapel-eu-le-Frith 



Chesterfield 



79,510 



. 63,134 



Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 



32,740 

5,577 
11,179 
19,079 
22,247 

24,921 

50,164 



Annual 



Petty Sessions held at and on Clerksto Magistrates, g^jai-y. 



Alfreton {alternate Fridays] 
and Clay Cross {alternate 
Wednesdays) \ 

Vernon Arms, Sudbury ijast 
Ilonday) \ 

Ashbourne (€?;«;•)/ Saturday) . 

BakeweU (1st and 3rd Fri- 
days — every cal. month) 
Belper (Tfry Thursday) .. 
Buxton {alt. Saturdays) 

Chapel-en le-Frith {Thnrs-\ 
day — once d month). Newi 
'Miils {Wednesdays — once «• 
month) 

Chesterfield (every Saturday) 





£ 


Fred. S. Eichards, 


418 


Alfreton 




A.A.Flint,Uttoxe- 


64 


ter 




W. E. HoUaiid, 


20 


Ashbourne 




John and H. B. 


256 


Tavlor, Bakewell 




-Joseph Pvm, Belper 


333 


J. W.Taylor, Bux- 


141 


ton , 




J. B. Boycott 


178 


Chpl.-eh-le-Fiith 




and New Mills 




John Hallewell, 


550 


Chesterileld 





Buxton is a new division, formed in 18S1. 



58 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

The Petty Sessional Divisions — continued. 



[1882. 



Divisions. 


Area. 

Acres. 


Popula- 
tion. 
(1871). 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks toMagistrates. 


Annual 

Salary. 










£ 


Derby 


75,207 


32,795 


County Hall, Derby [ereri/ Wm. Harvey 


431 








Fridai/) 


Wbiston, Derby 




Eckington 


44,946 


26,099 


Eckmgton, Dronfield and 


C. \V. Alderson, 


462 








Hemswortb (alt. Mundays) 


Eckington 




<jlossop . . 


41,111 


5,074 


Glossoxj (Tliui-ndaij — etenj 
three iceehs) 


T. M. Ellison, 
Glossop 


45 


*Eeptoii . . 


*50,669 


*26,860 


Repton (Wednesdays — once 
in three weehs) 


Wm. Harvey Whis- 
ton, Derby 


106 


Smalley . . 


27,811 


35,440 


Ripley and Heanor [alternate 
jSLondaii-f). Ilkeston (2»rf 
d; ifh Thursdays) 


F.D.Huisb, Ward- 
wick, Derby 


413 


* Swadlincote 






Swadlincote [every alt. Tues- 
day, October to April, and 
crerij 3rd Tuesday from 
April to October) 


W. E. Smith & E. 
F. Mammatt, 
Ashby-de-la- 
Zouch 


26G 


Wii-ksworth 


33,000 


17,533 


Town Hall,Wiiksworth [alter- 
nate Tuesdays). Market 
Hall, Matlock [alternate 
Wednesdays) 


J. T. Kingdon, 
Wu-ks worth ; T. 
H.Newbold,Mat- 
loek Bath 


196 



* Swadlincote (1S79) is a new petty sessional division, formed out of that formerly sfyled Reptou and 
Gresley ; the figures given for the Eepton division include those for Swadlincote division. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



Authorities. 


Character of 
Authority. 


Population 
(ISbl). 


Rateable Value 
(ISSl). 


Names of Clerks. 


Alfreton 




Local board 


4,492 


£ 
15,022 ! 


H. Thurman 


Alvaston and Boulton . . 


Local board 


1,507 


8,253 i 


E. Wildsmith 


Ashborae 


Local board 


3,485 


9,826 1 


W. 11. Holland 


Bakewell . . 


Local board 


2,502 


12,417 j 


F. J. Taylor 


Baslow and Bubnell 


Local board 


S43 


. 3,918 


T. Fidler 


Belper 


Local board 


9,875 


27,765 


Joseph Pym 


Bonsall 


Local board 


1,354 


3,257 


E. Brown 


Brampton and Walton. . 


Local board 


7,567 


23,909 


G. Margereson, New 
Brampton 


Buxton 


Local board 


6,021 


31,708 


J. Tavlor 


Chesterfield 


Municipal borough 


12,221 


43,101 


,T. Cutts 


Clay Lane 


Local board 


6,870 


14,595 


J. StoUard, Clay 
Cross 


Derby 


Mimicipal borough 


80,410 


273,688 


J. Jones 


Dronfield 


Local board 


4,331 


13,370 


G. Jenlvinson 


Fail-field 


Local board 


1,464 


7,469 


C. Slater 


Glossop . . . . . . 


Municipal borough 


19,.574 


47,100 


T. M. Ellison 


Heage 


Local board 


2,405 


7,602 


J. Barlow 


Heanor . ; 


Local board 


6,823 


18,021 


A. Thurman, Ilkes- 
ton 
W. Lissett 


nkeston 


Local board 


14,119 


36,496 


Long Eaton 


Local board 


5,542 


29,992 


J. Black, Notting- 
ham 
T. W. Skidmore, 


Matlock 


Local board 


4,396 


17,000 










Matlock Bridge 


Matlock Bath, &c. 


Local board 


1,698 


6,700 


W. Green 


Newbold and Dunston. . 


Local board 


6,158 


25,118 


J. G. Young 


New Mills . . 


Local boai-d 


1 6,552 


22,158 


John Pollitt 


North Darley .. 


Local board 


1,848 

1 


11,028 


A. Cockeram 



1882.] 



DEKBY. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities — continued. 



59 



Authorities. 


Character of 
Authority. 


Population 
(1881). 


Rateable "Value 
(1881). 


Names of Clerks. 


Ripley 

South Darley . . 

Swadlincote . . 

AVhittmgton 

Wiiksworth 


Local board 
Local board 

Local board 

Local board 

Local board 


6,081 
679 

2,982 

7,271 

3,678 


17,417 
3,548 

11,324 

19,314 

12,621 


J. T. Capon 
J. K. Coluian, 

Wensley 
W. A. Musson, 

Ashby-de-la-Zoucli 
H. T. Twelves, 
Chesterfield 
J. F. Kingdon 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 







Popula- 


Rateable 






Unions 


Area, 


tion 


Value 


Names of Chaii-men, 


Names of Clerks. 


and Authorities. 


Acres. 


(1881). 


(1881). 






Ashbourne . . 


103,537 


20,016 


£ 
154,524 


W. R. Smith 


W. R. HoUand 


BakeweU . . 


102,972 


30,523 


166,619 


Lord E. Cavendish, m.p. . . 


T. Fidler 


Belper 


65,764 


58,184 


235,162 


( J. H. Woollev(P.L.A.) ) 
■ Joshua Robei-ts (R.S.A.) )" 


Joseph Pym 


Chapel-en-le-Frith . 


78,767 


19,840 


110,001 


A. B. Jackson 


J. B. Boycott 


Chesterfield (P.L.Al 


94,825 


98.740 


392,256 


F. Barber 


G. Haslehurst 


(R.S.A.) 


77,271 


54,322 


251,397 






Derby 


3,324 


78,631 


291,380 


Rev. E. H. Abney . . 


P. B. Chadfield 


■Glossop 


20,782 


23,550 


65,752 


T. Hokoyd 


T. S. Bowden 


Hayfield . . 


17,398 


12,736 


58,958 


W. Taylor 


H. Barber, New 

Mills 
J. W. Newbold, 


Shardlow . . 


74,753 




298,766 


E.Sutton 












Derby 



School Boards. 



Boards. 



&c. 



Chesterfield . . 

Derby 

Ashover 

(h) Beard, Ollersett, Whitle 

(b) Beighton . . 

(li) Belper 

Bolsover 

Bradwell 

(/;) Brampton (U.D.) . . 

{})) Brimington (U.D.) 

Buxton . . 

(/*) CheUaston . . 

(h) Church Gresley . . 

(b) Clay Lane (U.D.) . . 

(6) Clown 



Draycott 

Dronfield 

Eekington 

Egginton 

(a) Foston and Scropton 

Hartington, Up. Quarter, &c 

(h) Hayfield^ ., 

Heage . . 

■(h) Hilton (U.D. 

{I) Ilkestou 



Union of 



Municipal borough 
Municipal borough 
Chesterfield 
Hayfield .. 
Rotherham 
Belper 
Chesterfield 
Bakewell . . 
Chesterfield 
Chesterfield 
Chapel-en-le-Frith 
Shardlow . . 
Burton-on-Trent . . 
Chesterfield 
Worksop . . 
SharcUow . . 
Chesterfield 
Chesterfield 
Burton-on-Trent. . 
Burton-on-Trent. . 
Chapel-en-le-Frith 
Hayfield .. 
Belper 

Burton-on-Trent, . 
Basford . . 




7,043 
2,623 
2, .531 

3,297 
13,196 
1,S12 
1,015 
5,m9 
7,808 

m 

413 
1,695 

2,803 

2,4115 

1,276 

14.119 



Names of Clerks. 



W. T. Jones 
W. Cooper 
T. J. Beardow 
E. Godward 
Alderson, Sou & Dust 
J. B. Walker 

Z. Walker 
W. T. Jones 
C. J. Kerslake 
W. F. Mill 
W. F. P. Meakin 
W. Willshee 
John H. Unwin 
H. Turner 
Wm. Hart 
H. N. Lucas 
W. Dust 
T. H. BuUock 
G. E. Lucas 
G. J. Maddoek 
John F. Gee 
J. Barlow 
G. C. Lucas 
W. Lissett 



60 



THE COUNTY COMPAKIOX. 

School 'Boa,Td.3— continued. 



[1882. 



Boards. 



) KiHamarsli . . 
Little Eaton .. 
Lonj:; Eaton 

(b) Marston Montgomery 
(b) Melbourne (U.D.) . . 

(a) Mickleover. . 
Morley 

(h) Normanton. . 
Norton 

[b) Pinxton 

■ (b) Ripley (U.D.) 
(b) Santliacre . . 
Shirlaiid and Higliam 
(h) Soutli Normanton.. 
South Winsfield 
(b) Swadlincote 
TJnstone 



Union of 



Chesterfield 
Shardlow . . 
Shardlow . . 
Uttoxeter.. 
Shardlow . . 
Burton-on-Trcut . 
Belper 
Shardlow . . 
Ecelfsall Bierlow 
Mansfield . . 
Belper 
Shardlow . . 
Chesterfield 
Mansfield . . 
Belper 

Burton-on-Trent . 
Chesterfield 



Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 



2,840 

D46 

0,217 

37D 

3,123 

1,313 

27S 

300 

3,760 

2,317 

7,298 

1,178 

3,415 

1,812 

1,226 

2,982 

2,36S 



Names of Clarks. 






T. Webster 
W. J. Tatam 
J. Black 
(ieo. Prince, jun. 
E. Hyde 
A. Suggett 
\Vm. Hart 
E . Parker 
Saml. Allen 
G. H. Hibbert 
J. T. Capon 
W. J. Dawson 
A. J. Stratford 
H. Thurman 
H. Thurman 
E. Canner 
J. R. Johnson 



The Militia Force. 

The Derbyshire Militia Force is comprised in the 3rd and .5th Batts. of the Sherwood Forester's- 
(Derbyshu-e) Territorial Regiment of Light Infantry (late 45th and Ofith Foot). Regimental 
District, No. 45. Headquarters (of both Batts.), Derby. 3rd Batt., Hon. Colonel, Rt. Hon. 
Marquis of Hartington; Lieut.-Colouel, Lord E. Cavendish ; Adjutant, ; 5th Batt., 

Hon. Colonel, E. T. Coke; Lieut.-Colonel, A. Mosley ; Adjutant Capt., O. H. B. St. John. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Derbyshire Volunteer Force consists of one corps of Yeomanry Cavalry. Strength cf 
establishment, "'246 of aU. ranks. Headquarters, Derby. Hon. Colonel, C. R. Colvile, ; Lieut- 
Colonel T. W. Evan, ; Adjutant, Capt. H. F. E. Lucas. Also two administrative battalions 
of Rifles. The" maximum strength of the force (exclusive of Yeomanry) is 'i.'iOO of all ranks. 



COUNTY OF DEVON. 

Devoxshihe, or Devon, a maritime county in the south-west of England ; bounded on the 
north-east by the county of Somerset, north-west by the entrance to the Bristol Channel,, 
west-south-west by thoTamar river (which divides it from the county of Cornwall), and 
south by the English Channel. Length, 69 miles ; breadth, C5 miles ; circimiference, 278 miles ; 
square miles 2,589. It is watered'^by the rivers Exe, Dart, Taw, Torridge, Tamar, Otter, 
Teio'n, Avon, Erme, Yeabn, Plym, Tavy, Mole, &c. This county is connected with tlie canal 
system by the Groat Western canal from Taunton to .Somerset, passiiig by Tiverton to 
Exeter. "The Tavistock canal, the Stover or Teingracc canal, and the Torridge canal are 
small canals to extend river navigation. The Bude and Holswortby canal connects the 
Bude and Launceston canal A%-ith the river Waldon. The harbours are very fine and 
niunerous. Devon is traversed by more than 7,200 miles of roads, and connected with 
the Great'Western Railway by the Bristol and Exeter line, which extends along the coast 
under the name of the South Devon Bail way to Cornwall. There are branches from Newton 
Bushel to Torquay, and from Taunton to Barnstaple. There are also the London 
and South Westerii, the North Devon, and the West Cornwall railways. Devonshire is an 
ao-ricultural county, but is more uniformly hilly than any other of the same or nearly the 
same extent in England. Under the soft climate of the South Hams, there is a continual 
succession of hill and vale, woods, orchards, green fields, and hedgerows. Every variety 
of soil is foimd, with every mode of cultivation, as the dairy, tillage, orchai-d, water 
meadow, and stock breeding. The minerals of Devonshire are copper, tin, iron,^ lead, 
manganese, antimony, cobalt, granite, limestone, marble, gypsum, and slate. Potter's clay 
and pipeclay are also worked. The county returns six members to Parliament, bemg.two 
for each divdsion— east, north, and south. It is in the Western circuit, the assizes being 
held at Exeter ; and it contains the archdeaconries of Barnstaple, Exeter, and Totnos, m 
the diocese of' Exeter, and province of Canterbury. The borough representation is as 
follows:— Barnstaple, two members; Dcvonport, two members; Exeter (city),, two- 



1882.] DEVOK. 01 

members; Plj-mouth, two members; Tavistock, one member, and Tiverton, two 
members. The shire has 33 hundreds, 483 ci^-il parishes, besides parts of others, 16 poor- 
law unions, 20 registry districts, 1 1 municipal boroughs [Barnstaple,* Bideford,*Dartmouth,* 
Devonport,* Exeter (city),* Honiton,* Pljonouth,* South Molton,* Tiverton,* Torrington 
(Great),* and Totnes*], 32 urban sanitarv" authorities, 16 rural sanitary authorities, and 
22 turnpike trusts. It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 22 
petty sessional divisions and 23 lieutenancy sub-di\-isions. The boroughs of Barnstaple, 
Bideford, Dartmouth, Devonport, Exeter (city), Plymouth, South Molton, and Tiverton 
have commissions of the peace, and separate courts of quarter sessions ; the borough of 
Totnes has a commission of the peace only. The boroughs of Barnstaple, Bideford, 
Devonport. Exeter (city), Plpnouth, Tiverton, and Totnes have their o%vn police. 

Geological Notes. — Its geological features comi^risc a dreary waste of granite at Dartmoor, 
millstone grit in the centre and west, and the Devonian limestone in the north and south. 
The new red sandstone, the variegated marls, and the upper greensand and gault appeiir 
in the east. 

Historical Xotis. — The earliest inhabitants of Devon are not known, but are supposed to 
have been of Lappish or Finnish origin. At an early period it was occupied by the Iberians. 
The tribe found here by the Fiomans was named the Dunmonii. On the departure of the 
Romans, the AVelsh and mixed Romans were left to themselves, and several West Welsh 
kingdoms were formed in Devon and Cornwall ; among which war and strife, religious and 
civil, were constant. On the English invading Britain. Devon early drew their attention, 
and in 614 the West Saxons made their first attack. Theii- progress was slow, and it was 
not till 926 that the king of the Cornwelsh was at length driven beyond the Tamar. From 
876 to 1003 Devon was, however, wasted by the Danes. Nevertheless, the Welsh in Devon 
were extenninated, and the old land settled by English. The AVelsh called this shire 
Dcufiict/iif, which, according to Camden, signifies " deep valleys." A softening of this 
word, with tlie addition of styrc, signifying a share or portion, appears to have produced 
the Anglo-Saxon Bcvcnascyre, Levunscyre, Bcvenschirc — in Domesday Book. Bwenscirc — 
in modern English, Devonshire. There are logan stones at Drewsteignton, old castles at 
Okchampton, Compton, and Tiverton, and abbey ruins at Tavistock. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^■c.—T\\Q chid manufaetui-es are coarse woollen goods, gloves, 
leaner, shoes, lace, rope, &c. Tanning is also carried on to some extent. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics.— Xvqa of county, 1,655,161 acres ; number 
of houses (1881), inhabited, 106,407; ditto, uninhabited, 6,918 ; ditto, building, 1,012 ; 
population (1881) : males, 286,242 ; females, 318,155 ; total, 604,397 ; average number of 
persons to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors 

in 1881 (excluding boroughs)— east division, 10,780 ; north division, 9,487 ; south 
di\T:sion, 8,329; valuation for county assessment (March 25, 1881), £2,257,698; for 
police assessment. £2,236,934 ; received for year by county rate (— d.), £17,635 ; by police 

rate ( d.), £18,106; total receipts, £57,534; total expenditure, £154,371 ; amount of 

loans outstanding (March 25, 1881), £46,000. 

Police and Criminal Statistics.— ThccovMiv iovccQOTO.-^'nscd. (September 29, 1881) 1 chief 
constable (G. de Courcv Hamilton, Esq.), at £400 yearly, and £200 allowances; 14 super- 
intendents (W. G. Cunningham (Dep. C.C), Exeter; J. Baird (Chief Clerk), Exeter; W. 
Mitchell, Tavistock; J. Wood, South Molton; R. G. Collins. CuUompton; D. Barbor, 
Honiton; J. C. Moore, Chudlcigh; H. C. Vaughan, Barnstaple; C. Dore, Kingsbridge ; 
Capt. E. Brutton, Stonehouse ; "Geo. H. Stratford, Torquay ; Capt. F. H. Mountsteven, 
Holsworthy; P. Rousham, Torrington; George Jesse, Bow), from £209. 17s. 6d. 

to £146 j^arly, and from £100 to £72 each as allowances: inspectors, from 

£ to "£ yearly; 39 sergeants, from 29s. 2d. to 25s. Id. weekly; and 316 con- 

stables, from 23s. 4d. to 20s. weekly; total of all ranks, 370. The cost of the force 
in the previous year was £28,358; the proportion paid by the Government was £12,891. 
The area of the district is 1,620,245 acres. For 246 indictable ofi'ences reported, 211 
persons were apprehended, and 159 committed for trial; for offences determined summarily, 
5,850 persons were proceeded against, and 4,783 com-icted, 1,183 persons and 1,120 convic- 
tions respectively being classed under charges of drunkenness. There are 1,371 public- 
houses, 253 beer-houses, and 19 refreshment-houses within the district controlled by theforcc. 
^^)-iV«^i'Mr«Z ^(^rtiJjsiJtVf (yearending June, 1881).— Totalacreage under crops, bare fallow, 
and grass, 1,165,926, viz.: corn, 2f 7,716 ; green crops, 140,581; clover, grasses, &c., 
183,117 ; permanent pasture, &c., 530,409 ; bare fallow, &c., 34,079. The total number of 
horses was 55,124 ; cattle, 233,409 ; sheep, 745,030 ; and pigs, 86,621 

Principal Markets,Fairs,^c.—Barnsta2}le : Fridays— (great markets) March 16, April 20, 

* Vide " Municipal Corporations Comi: anion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



62, THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

Jiily 27, December 14 (cattle) ; (fair for cattle) Wednesday after September 18. Bldcford : 
Tuesdays and Saturdays— (gi-eat markets) March 13, May 1, September 18; (fairs) Feb- 
ruary 14, July 18 (cattle). CJiarjford : Saturdays— March 28, May 2, September 26, 
October 31. Cohjfon : Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays— April IC, October 8 (stock). 
Dartmouth : Fridays and Saturdays. Bcvonport : Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. 
Exeter : Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays— (great markets) second Friday in every month; 
(fairs) third Wednesday in February and ]\Iay, last Wednesday in July, second Wednesday 
in December. Boniton : Saturdays— July 24 (sheep), July 25. Kmgshrkhjc : Saturdays- 
July 25, 26 and 27. Neivton Abbot : Wednesdays- February 27, June 26, September 11, 
November 6. Otter >/ St. Mary: Thursdays— March 26, September 17 (cattle and plea- 
sure) ; (great markets) August 1 and December 5. Flijmotith : Tuesdays, Thursdays and 
Saturdays— (groat market) first Tuesday in November (cattle), and second Thursday in 
every month ; (fair, cattle) first Tuesday in April. South Molten : Saturdays— (great markets) 
Saturdav after 13th February, Saturday after 25tih ]\Iarch, Saturday before April 23, 
Saturday after August 1, Saturday before October 10, Saturday before December 12 ; 
(fairs) Wednesday before June 22, Wednesday after August 26. Tiverton : Tuesdays and 
Saturdays— (great markets) second Tuesday in every month ; (fairs, cattle) first Tuesday 
in June and October. Torrington, Great : Saturdays— (great market) third Saturday in 
March; (fairs, cattle) May 4, July o, October 10. Totnes : Saturdays— first Tuesday in 
month ; May 14, October 22. 

Newspapers, ^v.— Barnstaple Times. Tuesday, Id. C. 1868. J. B.Jones, Barnstaple. 
—Bideford Weelchj Gazette. Tuesday, Id. I. 1855. W. J. Honey, Bideford.— C//.;^(/- 
leigh WeeMg Express. Wednesday, Id. I. 1854. H. A. Crook, Chudleigh.— i^^rj/y 
Telegram. Daily, id. C. 1863. Donisthorpe & Brodie, Exeter.— 2)ffi/y Western 
Times. DaUy, id., Tuesday and Friday, Id. L. 1828. Latimer & Glamolle, Exeter.- 
Dartmouth Advertiser. Friday, Id. N. 1874. W. J. Salway, Dartn^outh.— i)«ri;;«o«<A fl?;^; 
Brixham Chronicle. Friday, Id. L. 1854. R. Cranford, Dartmouth.— Dau'^wA Local 
Tress. Thursday, 2d. N. 1855. L. M. AVestcott, Dawlish.— DwH^i*/; Times. Thursday, 
Id. N. 1862. Cornelius and Son, Dawlish. — Deroji Post. Saturday, |d. C. 1872. J. 
B.Jones, Barnstaple. Devon Evening Express. Daily, |d. L. 1866. Devon Weekly 
Times Co., Exeter. — Devon and Somerset Weelchj News. Thm'sday. Id. I. 1873. W. A. 
Woodley, Tiverton.— J>'ero» Weeldij Times. Friday Id. L. 1861. Devon Weekly 
Times Co., Exeter. — Devonport Independent. Wednesday and Satm'day, Id. 1833. A. 
W. Boolds, Devonport. — East and South Devon Advertiser. Satm-day, Id. I. 1863. 
D.'vile, Newton Abbot.— ^.ir^er Fhjing Post. Wednesday, l^d. C. 1763. C. J. 
Bellerby, Exeter.— £'•«/«• and Plymouth Gazette. Friday, 2d. C. Donisthorpe and Brodie, 
'E.^ciQr —Exmouth Journal. Saturday, Id. N. 1862. T. Freeman, Exmouth. 
—Exmouth Mercury. Saturday, Id. N. 1856. G. W. Bounsall, Exmouth.— ///^YTOwi^? 
Chronicle. Saturday, Id. I. 1860. J. Tait, llhiicomhc. —Ilfracombe Gazette. Saturday, 
Id. N. 1875. Vf.V.&ndiS.M.illiga.n.—Eingsbridge Gazette. Friday, Id. N. 1854. 
C Fox, Kingsbridge.— A'%«J?-J(fj?c Journal. Saturday, Id. L. 1866. A. Davis, Kmgs- 
bridgc.— iy«/&M Mecorder. Tuesday, Id. N. 1879. W. Palmer, 'Lyjxion.— Neivton 
Standard. Wednesday, Id. N. 1880. A. H. Dendy, Newton Ah'boi.— North Devon 
Advertiser. Friday, Id. I. 1832. Jones & Co., Barnstaple.— A'ortA Devon Herald. 
Monday, id., and Thursday, Id. C. 1870. K. A. Lawrence, Barnstaple.— iVbril/i 
Devon Journal. Thursday, 2d. L. 1824. Hayman & Edwards, Barnstaple.— Pff»^«<o» 
Standard. Wednesday, Id. L.-C. 1877. X. H. Vtcrxdij^V^l^iMon.—Paigtiton Gazette 
Saturday, Id. I. 1877. A. H. Dendy, Paignton.— -Srttowic Tinus. Thursday, Id. 
N. 1879. J. Fairweather, ^alcornbe.—Sidmouth Journal and Directory. Monthly, 2d. 
L. 1855. E. Lethaby, Sidmouth.— ^So^it/i Devon Advertiser. Saturday, |d. C. 1876. 
C. Fox. Kingsbridge.— /S'o?(i!/t Hams Record and Kingsbridgc Herald. Satm-day, Id. N. 
1877 D Parkhouse, Kingsbridge.— -So?f<A Motion Gazette. Saturday, Id. I. 1872. 
Gregory and Son, South 'MolUm.— Tavistock Gazette. Friday, Id. L. 1857. Tavistock 
Printing Co., Limited, Tavistock.— 2Viy«wo?^!;/t CffrcWf. Wednesday, 2d. N. 1830. G. H. 
Croydon, Teignmouth.— Ttv^wOTOw;/* Times. Saturday, Id. I. 1855. Thomas Tofts, 
Tcmrmvowih.— Tiverton Gazette and East Devon Herald. Tuesday, Id. I. 1858. 
Gregory & Son, Tiverton.— Tir^-r^-ow Times. Monday and Tuesday, Id. D- l^^o. 
Latimer &Glanville,Tiverton.—To;-5««^J9/nr<ory. Tuesday, 2d. N. 1840. W. Wmget, 
ToravLO-y.— Torquay Tunes. Saturday, Id. L. 1865. M. Fradd, Torq^xB.y.— Torquay 
Standard. Wednesday, Id. A. H. Dendy, Torquay.— To^wc* Times. Saturday, Id. I. 
1860. T. Sc K.'Mori\movc,Toir).es.— Western Daily Mercury. Daily, Id. L. 1860. I. 
Latimer & Sons, V\ymoui\i.— Western Evening Netvs. M. L. 1880. M. Fradd, 
Torquay.— WeeJch/ Mercuri/. Saturday, Id. L. 1879. L Latimer & Sons, Plj-mouth, 
— Western Express. Tuesday, Id, 1. 1876. T. Tedrake, ■Bidciovi.— Wcstcnilmlepe^- 
dcnt and Devonport Independent. Wednesday and Saturday, Id. 1833. A. V\ . Boolds^ 



1882.] 



DEVON. 



G3 



Dcvonport. — Western Morning News. Daily, Id. I. 1860. "Western Morning News 
Co., Plymouth. — Western Weekly News, Satm-day, Id. I. 1861. Western Morning 
News Co., Plj-mouth. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 

The Most Noble the Duke of Somerset, k.g., Stover, Newton Abbot. 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 
Charles Arthur W. Troyte, Esq., Hiintsham Court, Bampton. 

Members of Parliament. 
North Division. — Rt. Hon. Sir Stafpokd Northcote, Bt., g.c.b. (c). Sir T. Dyke 

ACLAKD, Bt. (l). 

South Division. — Sir Massey Lopes, Bart. (c). John Carpenter Garnier, Esq. (c). 
Hast Division. — Sir John H. Kexxaway, Bart. (c). Lt.-Col. William H. Walroxd (c). 
Chairmen of Quarter Sessions, 

HOLDEX AT THE CaSTLE, ExETER. 

The Right Hon. the Earl of Devon, Powderham Castle, Exeter. 
The Right Hon. Lord Clintox, Heanton, Beaford, N. Devon. 
Sir Jxo. Thos. Buller Duckworth, Bart., Wear House, Exeter. 
Montague Bere, Esq., q.c, Grimstone, Horrabridge. 

W. H. Halliday, Esq., West View, Torquay, and Glenthorne, Lj-nmouth. 
Sir John Budd Phear, Knt., Exmouth. 
The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 



:. L. (1879), Clevelands, Ljnne 



Ames, Esq., 

Regis 
Barns, Esq., T. (1879), Hawkchurch, Dorset 
Davy, Esq., R. M. (1874), Grove Hill, 

Topsham 
Hallett, Esq., AV. T. (1862), Stedcombe, 

Axminstor 
Knight, Esq., J. A. (1867), Axminster 
Peek, Bai-t., m.p.. Sir H. W. (1877), 

Rousdon, and 30, Eastcheap, E.G. 

Bideford Division 



Scarbrough, Esq., J. I. (1879), 3, Violet 
Terrace, Seaton 

Spottiswoode, G. A. (1881), Chetton, Ax- 
minster, and New Square, London, E.C. 

Still, Esq., J. T. (1860), Axminster 

Talbot, J. R. F, G. ( ), Rhode HiU, 
Lyme 

Wrej% E.N., Capt. C. J. (1879), Hilarj' 
House, Axminster 



Charlcwood, Rear Admiral E. P. (1874), 

Durrant, Bideford 
Coffin, Esq., J. R. Pine (1869), Portledge, 

Bideford 
*Deane, Esq., W. A. (1853), Wcbbcr\- 

House, Bideford 
DowcU, C.B., Rear- Admiral W. M. (1873), 

Ford, Bideford 
Fane, Esq., N. H. B. H. (1880), Clovelly 

Court, Bideford 



Molesworth, Esq., G. M. F. (1859), North- 
down House, Bideford 

Rogcrs,Esq.,T.(1877),OrleighCourfc,Bideford 

*Stucley, Bart., Sir G. S. (1839), Moreton, 
Bideford 

Stucley, Lieut.-Col. W. L. S. (1868), 
Hartland Abbey, Bideford 

Yidal, Esq., £. D. (1850), Cornborough, 
Bideford 

Wren, Esq., A.B. (1862),Lenwood,Bidoford 



Braiinton Division. 



Bailey, Esq., C. F. (1869), Lee Abbey, 

Lynton, North Devon 
*Chichester, Bart., Sir A. (1858), Youlston, 

Barnstaple 
*Chichester,Esq., C. (1856), Hall,Barnstaple 
Chichester, Esq., R. (1829), Hall, Barnstaple 
Curry, Esq., AV. (1867), Barnstaple 
Davie, Esq., G. C. (1874), Bishopstawton 
Dennis, Esq., T. J. (1864), Barnstaple 
*Halliday,Esq.,W.H. (1867), Glenthorne, 

Lynmouth i^also in Faignton Division) 
Harding, Lieut.-Col. W. (1867), TJpcot 

House, near Bai-nstaple 
Hibbert, Col. H. R. (1872), Barnstaple 
Hiem, Esq., W. P. (1881), Barnstaple 
Hodge, Esq., G. J. (1875), Willesleigh, 

Landkey, Barnstaple 



Knight, Esq., F. S. W. (1873), Simonsbath, 

South Molten 
Law, Esq., T. S. (1867), Barnstaple 
Maule, Esq., G. N. (1872), Ilfracombe 
I^Iiller, Esq., A. H. (1880), Raleigh House, 

Barnstaple 
Miller, Esq., J. M. (1880), Raleigh House, 

Barnstaple 
Russell, Lt.-Col. R. B. (1863), Dennington, 

Barnstaple 
Toms, Rev. H. W. (1867), Combmartin 
*Yye, Esq., N. (1846), Ilfi-acombe 
Webber, Esq., C. H. (1846), St. Brannock's,. 

Braunton 
WiUiams, Esq., C. H. (1866),Pilton House, 

Barnstaple 
Wroy,Bt.,Rev. Sir H. B. (182S),Tawstock, 

Barnstaple 



■64 THE COUNTY COMPANION, 

Credlton Division. 

EuUer, c.K, Colonel R 11. (1874), Downos, 

Crediton 
*Davie, Bart., Major-General Sir H. R F. 

(1847), Greedy, Crediton 
*Davie, Colonel J. D. F. (1879), Creedy, 

Crediton 
♦QuickC, Esq., J. (1860), Newton, St. Cjttcs 

Crockeruivvll Divison 



[1882. 



Shelley, Bart., Sir J. (1874), Shobrookc 

Park, Crediton 
Sillifant, Esq., A. 0. (1876), Coombe, 

Copplo.stone 
Wreford, Esq., J. (18G9), Clannaborough, 

Bow 



Hill, Esq., J. (1871), Pitt House, Moreton 
Ponsford, Esq., J. (1869), Ford, Drews- 
toig-nton 



Clarke, Esq., E. S. (1860), Fulford, Exeter 

Gregory, Esq., J. B. (1859), CoUyhouse, 
Tedbuni, St. IMary 

Hayter-Hames, Kov. H. G. (1853), Chair- 
man of Division, Chagford 

Cullompton Division. 

Leir, Capt. W. (1878), Combehead, Bampton 
Locke, Esq., J. A. (1857), North Moor, 
Tiverton 



*Amory, Bart., m.p., Sir J. H. (1859), 
Tiverton 

Beedlc. Esq., T. (1880), Tiverton 

Chichester, Esq., Nugent (1881), Calver- 
leigh Court, Tiverton 

*Clarke, Esq., E. H. (1849), Bridwell, 
Cullompton 

CoUins, Esq., C. R. (1867), Hele, Cul- 
lompton 

Collins, Esq., J. (1855), Wonham, Bamp- 
ton 

€ruwys, Esq., G. J. (1875), Cruwys Mor- 
chard House, Tiverton 

*I)aniel, Esq., T. C. (1874), Stoodleigh, 
Tiverton 

Drewc, Esq., E. (1866), Radclyffe, Clisthy- 
don, Whimple 

Drewc, General F. E. (1857), 27, The 
Grange, Honiton 

Fursdon, Esq., C. (1879), Fursdon, 
Tiverton 

Hamilton, J. H. J. (1881), Howden, Tiver- 
ton 



Marker, Esq., G. M. (1864), Yondercot, 

Uffculnac 
Moysey, Esq., H. G. (1861), Bathcalton 

Court, Wiveliscombc 
New, Esq., J. C. (1867), Craddock House, 

Cullompton 
Pinnc}-, Esq., W. (1857), Somerton Erleigh, 

Somerset 
Eayer, Esq., W. C. (1869), Holcombe 

Court, Wellington 
Row, Esq., W. N. (1867), Cove, Tiverton 
*Troyte, Esq., C. A. W. (1864), Huntsham 

Court, Bampton 
Turner, Esq., T. (1875), Cullompton 
Waldy, Esq., W. T. (1867), Howden, 

Tiverton 
*Walrond, Bart., Sir J. W. (1854), Brad- 

field House, Cullompton 
*Walrond, Esq., W. H. (1880), Bradfield 

House, Cidlompton 



Ennington and Pli/iiipton Division. 



Allen, Esq., Edward (1881), Ivybridge 

*Bastard, Esq., B. J. P. (1860), Kitley, 
Plympton 

Bewes, Esq., C. E. (1861), Hillside, Plymp- 
ton 

Blachford,The Lord (1875), Blachford, Ivy- 
bridge 

Bulteel, Esq., J. (1853), Pamflete, Ivy- 
bridge 

*Collins-Splatt, Esq., H. (1856), Brixton 
House, Plympton 

• Conran, Esq., W. A. (1862), Blacklands, 
Plympton 

Cory, Esq., E. (1877), Langdon Hall, 
Plymouth 

Dawson, Esq., E. (1861), Wembury House, 
Plympton 

Harris, Capt. W. (1853), Yealmpton 

Hawkins, Esq., C. S, (1864), Triton Lodge, 
Plympton 

Lewis, Esq., J. D. (1863), Mcmbland House, 
Ivybridge 



MacAndrew, Esq., Jas. J. (1879), Lukes- 
land, I\'ybridge 
Mackinnon, Esq., L. (1880), Efford Leigh, 

Plympton 
Mudge, Esq., A. T. (1875), Sydney, 

Plympton 
Parker, Bear-Admii-al G. (1871), De la 

More, Ivybridge 
Phillips-Treby, IMaj or- General P. W. 

(1878), Goodamoor, Plvmpton 
Pitman, Ecv. W. D. (1879), Eectory, Avetou 

Gifford 
Pitts, Esq., N. W. P. (1878), Whympston, 

Modbury 
Pode.Esq., J. D. (1875), Slade, Ivybridge 
*Eoo, Esq., H. E. (1831), Carswell House, 

Holbeton 
*Soltau, Esq., G. W. (1831), Little Efford, 

Plymouth 
*Soltau-8ymons, Esq., G. (1854), Chaddle- 

wood, Plympton 



1882.] 



65 



Ratherlc(gh Division. 



(1S75), Xethercott, 



Arnold, Ei-q., AV. 

Winkleigh 
*Haml}Ti. iEsq., S. C. (1847), Pasehoe, How 
HoUey, Esq., W. H. (1859), Oaklands, 

Okehampton 
Oldham, Esq., E. J. (1866), Strawbridge, 

Hatherleigh 

llolsworthy Division 



Oldham, J. (1846), Strawhridge, Hathei- 

leigh 
White-Thomson, Lieut. -Col. E. T. (1865), 

Broomford Manor, Exbourne 
Woollcomhe, Esq., H. (1876), Ashhnry, 

ExLourne 



Calmady, Esq., V. P. (1851), Tetcott, Hols 
worthy 



Meihuish, Esq., W. W. (1853), Court Bara, 
Holsworthy 



Graham, Esq., J. (1878), 18, Prince of ; Parker, Kev. F. (1842), Luffincott, Laun- 

Wales Terrace, London, "W. ceston 

Harris, Esq., W. J. (1879), 78, Linden Saunders, Esq., C. M. (1878), Boracott, 
Gardens, London Brandis Corner 

Honiton Division. 

Lindsay, The Hon. C. (1856), Deer Park, 

Honiton 
Marker, Esq., E. (1867), Coomhe, Honiton 
Mellor, Esq., A. (1875), Otterhead, Honiton 
Xeumann, Esq., G. (1867),Tracey, Honiton 
*Porter, Esq., W. (1838), Hemhury Fort, 

Honiton 
*Sidmouth, Viscount (1849), Upottery 

jSranor, Honiton 
Simcoc, Esq., J. K. (1867), WolfordLodge 

Honiton 
Speid, Major J. B. (1876), Offwell, Honiton 



Addington, The Hon. G. A. P. B. (1878), 

Upottery Manor, Honiton 
Bernard, "Esq., A. F. (1881), Abbot's 

Honiton 
Edwards, Eev. H. (1864), Churchstanton, 

Honiton 
•Elton, Bart., Sir E. M. (1831),Widworthy 

Court, Honiton 
English, Esq., J. T. (1872), Eamsborough 

Lodge, Honiton 
Hughes, C.B., Lieut. -Gen. W. T. (1871), 

Egland, Honiton 



Lifton Division. 



Bradshaw, Esq., F. (1878), Lifton Park, 
Xorth Devon 

Coode, Esq., E. (1867), Polapit Tamar, 
Launceston 

Deacon, jun., Esq., J. H. (1878), War- 
rington Park, Launceston 

*Hamlyn, Esq., S. C. (1847), Paschoe, Bow 
{also in Hatherleigh Division) 

Otterij Division. 



♦Kelly, Esq., E. (1858), Tavistock, Davon 

[Chairman of Division) 
Manning, Esq., T. E. (1864), Eversfield, 

Bratton Clovelly, Lew Down 
Tremayne, Esq., J. (1860), Sydenham, Lew 

Down 



Addington, Hon. Major L. A. (1872), Sal- 
combe Hill House, Sidmouth 

Barttelot, Esq., W. G. (1880), The Manor, 
Sidmouth 

BuUer, Esq., W. W. (1857),Strete Raleigh, 
Exeter 

Coleridge, Lord (1876) (Zord Chief Just ice of 
England), Heath's Court, Ottery- St. Mary 

Coleridge, Esq., W. E. (1855), Salston, 
Ottery St. Mary 

Paignton Division 



Darnell, Lt.-Col. (1880j, Sidbur%', Sidmouth 
Farrington,Bart., SirH. A. (1876), Gosford, 

Ottery 
Kennaway, Bart., m.p.. Sir J. H. (1869), 

Escot, Ottery St. Mary 
Marker, Esq., E. (1867), Coombe, Honiton 

[and Honiton Division) 
ToUer, Esq., W. (1881), Sidmouth 
Were. Esq., T. Kennet (1877), Cotlands, 

Sidmouth 



Bowring, Esq., c.s.i,, L. B. (1872), Lav- 

rockbeare, Torquay 
Bridges, Esq., W. T. (1871), Torwood, 

Torquay 
Churston, Lord (1874), Lupton, Brixham 
2)av,kins, Admiral E. (1880), Maisonette, 

Stoke Gabriel 
Diinkwater, Esq., P. B. (1872), Lyncombe, 

Torquay 
•Fortescue, Esq., W. B. (1852), Octon, 

Torquay 



*Halliday, Esq., W. H. (1867), West View, 

Torquay [and in Braimton Division) 
Hayne, Esq., C. S. (1863), 3, Eaton 

Square. London 
Kitson, AV. H. (1879), Torquay 
LleweUyn, Esq., L. (1876), Methway, 

Brixham 
MaUock,Esq.,R. (1878), Cockiagton Court, 

Torquay 
Porter, Esq., L. (1880), Hesketh Crescent, 

Torquay 

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66 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Soltau, Esq., J. T. (1S69), Engadina, Tor- 
quay 

Splatt, Esq., W. F. (1864), The Elms, 
Torquay 

Stewart-Savile, Rev. F. A. (18G6), 
Ardmorc, Torquay 



[1882. 

Studdy, Esq., H. (1817), Waddeton Court, 

Paig-nton 
Toms, Esq., II. (1876), Kingswear, Dart- 
mouth 
Uniacke, Esq., H. T. (1871), T,aywcll, 
i Brixham 
i Vivian, Esq., E. (1846), Torquay 

Rohorough Midland Diviaion. 



Deacon, Esq., J. T. (1873), Hoo Meavy, 

Horrabridgo 
Elliot, Esq., J. J.(1873), Leigham,Plymoutli 
Grigg, Esq., J. W. (1871), Heath Field, 

Tamerton Foliot, Plymouth 
Hodge, Esq., C. W. (1867), Pounds, 

Devonport 



Lopes, Esq., II. Y. B. (I5S1), Maristow. 

Plymouth 
*Lop"es, Bart., m.p., Sir Ma.ssey (1842), 

Maristow, Plymouth {('hairman of Dir.) 
Parity, Ecv. J. H. (1850), Manadon, 

Plj-mouth 
Scobell, Esq., E. (1871), Goodameavy, 
I Eoborough 

Rohorough (South) Division. . 



Burton, General F. (1379), Stoke Damerel, 

Devonport 
Fortescue, Esq., J. F. (1878), 1, Crescent 

Villas, Pi;y'mouth 
Fox, Esq., F. E., Uplands, Tamerton, 

FoHott 
Laity, Esq., E. J. (1860), 35, Ker Street, 

Devonport 
Lowe, Rear Admiral A. (1869), Sroke, 

Devonport 
Matthews, W. E. (1864), Montpellier, 

Plymouth 
Parlby, Eev. J. H. (18.50), Manadon, 

Plymouth {and in Rohoro) 
Simpson, Esq., C. (1867), East Stonehouse 



*.Soltau, Esq., G. W. (1831), Little Efford, 
V\yvn.o\\ih.{and in Erme andRh/m Division) 

St. Aubyn, Esq., E. (1867), Stoke 
Devonport 

Tremayne, Esq., H. H. (1866), Bank of 
England, Plvmouth 

Trist, Esq., J. F. (1869), Tristford, Totnr^ 
{and in Stanboroiigh Division) 

Wake, Admiral C. (1880), Stoke Damerel 
Rectorj', Devonport 

"Watson, Admiral G. AV. (1880), Manna- 
mead, Plvmouth 

Wilcocks, J. B. (1869), Stoke Cottage, 
Devonport 

Wilson, E.X., Capt. J. E. M. (1877). 
Weston House, Peverell, Plymouth 

South Molton Division. 



Bawden, Rev. J. (1860), South Molton 
Bellew, Esq., J. F. (1857), Ehyll, near 

Dulverton 
Binfcrd, Esq., W. (1856), South Molton 
Budd, Esq., M.D., C. (1859), North Tawton 
Davy, Lieut. -Col. J. T. (1875), Roseash, 

South Molton 
Devon, Esq., H. C. (1873), Cruwyshayo, 

Morchard Bishop 
*Ebrington, m.p.. Viscount (1877), Castle 

Hill, South Molton 
^Fortescue, Earl (1840), Castle Hill, South 

Molton 
Hatherlv, Esq., N. C. (1878), East Street, 

South Molton 

Stanhoroitgh and Coleridge Division 

♦Allen, Esq.. J. (1837), Coleridge House, 
Kingsbridge 

Bii-dwood,Lieut.-Gen.W. I. (1869), Barry- 
hill, Bitton, Salcombe, Kingsbridge 

Cary, Esq., S. E. G. (1366), FoUaton, Totnes 

Champeruowno, Esq., A. (186'2), Darting- 
ton, Totnes 

Oomish-Bowden, Esq., F. J. (1376), Black- 
hall, North Huish, Ivvbridge 

Cubitt, Esq., W. (1873),"FaIlapit, Totnes 



Hole, Rev. R. (1853), North Tawton 
Lymington,M.p.,Viscoimt (1879), Eggesford 

House 
Poltimore, Lord, Court Hall, Northmolton 
*Portsmouth, The Earl of (1852), Eggesford 

House, Wenib worthy 
Samborne,Rev. E. L. P. (1867), Ashreigney, 

Chulmleigh 
*Tanner, Eev. J. V. (1856), Chawleigh 

Rectory, Chulmleish 
Thorold, Rev. W. (1867), Warkleigh, South 

Molton 
Vicary, Esq., J. F. (1869), North Tawton 



Fleming, Esq., J. (1874), Bigadon, Buck- 

fastleigh 
Holdsworth, Esq., A. F. (1865), Widde- 

fombe, Kino'sbridge 
Ilbert, Esq.. W. R. (1880), BowTingsleigh, 

West Alvington, Kingsbridge 
King, Esq., T. (1869), 1, Ashley Terrace, 

North Huish 
Madden, Lieut. -Col. L. P. (1862), Sil- 

Amchadha, Strcte, Dartmouth 



1882.] DEVON, 

*Newman,Bt.,SirLydstoii (1879), Stokeley, 

Kaiigsbrid2:e 
Pitts, Esq., T. H. (1878), South AUington 
Eidgway, Col. A. (1862), Shepleigh, Black- 

awton, South Devon 
*Seale, Bart., Sir H. P. (1831), Mount Boon, 

Dartmouth 



Seale, Esq., J. H. (1870), Mount Boen, 

Dartmouth 
Trist, Esq., J. F. (1869), Tristford, Totnea 

{and in Roboro' South Division) 
Twysden, r.x., Commander J. S. (1867), 

Rectory, Charlton, Kingsbridge 
Watson, Esq., R. H. (1863), Brook, Totnes 
Wise, Lieut.-Col. D. W. (1875), Aileron, 

Kingsbridge 
Tavistock Division. 



J3ere, Esq., q.c, M. (1874), Giimstone, 

Horrabridge 
*Carpenter- Gamier, Esq., m.p., J. (1861), 

Mount Tavy, Tavistock 
Chichester, Esq., W. H. (1868), Grenofen, 

Tavistock 



Collier, Esq., W, F. (1872), Woodtown, 

Horrabridge 
Gill, Esq., R. B. E. (1872),Bickham,Roboro' 
Gill, Rev. W. (1852), Venn, Tavistock 
ilicheU, Esq., W. P. (1854), Chairman of 

Division, Holwell, TaAnstock 



Amery,Esq.,P.F.S.(1879), Druid, Ashburton 
Beavan, Esq., J. G. (1871), Treverven, 

Teignmouth 
Bentinck, Esq., C. A. (1855), Indio, Bovey 

Tracej^ 
Bewes, Capt. F. D. (1880), Beaumont 

Lodge, Newton Abbot 
Brown, Esq., H. E. (1879), Barton Kings- 

kerswell 
Brown Esq., M. G. (1881), Dawlish 
Bro^vn, Esq., M. L. (1875), Keittos, 

Bishopsteignton 
*Clifford, Lord (1881), Chudleigh 
Comish-Bowden, Rear-Admiral W. (1873), 

Oak Lawn, Newton Abbot 
Divett, Esq., J. (1838), Bovey Tracey 
Duntze, Bart., Sir J. L. (1850), Starcross 
Ellicombe, Esq., G. B. (1868), Rocklands, 

Chudleigh 
Firth, Esq., F. H.(1874), Cator, Ashburton 
Fletcher, Esq., C. E. (1873), Church 

Stretton, Saloji 
Fortescue, Esq., M. (1858), Dawlish 
<jermon, Col. R. C. (1875), Gortlee, Dawlish 
ffoare, Esq., P. M. (1865), Luscombe Castle, 

Dawlish 
Hole,Esq.,W.R.(1856),Parke,Bovey Tracey 
Lucas, Major-General A. W. (1879), Dun- 



Teignbridc/c Division. 



more, Teignmouth 

Torrington Division. 
'Clinton, Lord (1857), Heanton, Beaford, ; *Johnson, Esq., J 

North Devon ~ 

Cory, Esq., W. (1873), Halsdon, N. Devon 
*Deane, Esq.,W. A.(1853),WebberyHouse, 

Bideford {and in Bideford Division) 
Furze, Rev. C. W. (1859), Halsdon, Dolton,- 

North Devon 
Hole, Esq., A. (1852), Beam, Torrington- 



Lyne, Esq., De C. F. (1866), Dawlish 
Marsh-Dunn, Esq., R. M. (1857), Carltoa 

Lodge, Teignmouth 
Mohun-Harris, Esq., C. A, (1853), Cross 

House, Bishopsteignton 
*Morley, Earl of (1869), Saltram, Plymouth 
Sa\ale, Lieut.-Col. J. W. (1876), Langdon, 

Dawlish 
Scratton, Esq., D. R. (1871), Ogwell, 

Newton Abbot 
Steele, E-sq., H. (1881), Ashburton 
Tanner, Esq., E. F. (1881), Buckfastleigh 
Taylor, General R. (1881), Newton Abbot 
Templer, Esq., J. G. J. (1857), Lindridge, 

Teignmouth 
Torrens, k.c.m.g., Sir R, R. (1874), 

Hannaford, Ashburton 
Turner, Esq., C. H. (1875), High Cliff 

House, Dawlish 
Vicary, Esq., J. (1880), Newton Abbot 
Wade, Esq., C. J. (1859), Chairtnan of 

Dawlish District, Knowle, Dawlish 
Watts, Esq., W. J. (1847), Ford House, 

Newton Abbot 
AVoodley, Esq., J. (1850), Chairman of 

Ashburton District, Halsanger, Ashburton 
Wrey, Esq., H. B. T. (1856), Powderhaia 

Terrace, Teignmouth 



G. (1855), Cros^. 

Torrington 
*Rolle, Hon. M. G. K. (1858), Stevenstonc, 

Torrington 
*Stevens^ Esq., J. C. M. (1856), Winscott, 

Torrington 
Stevens, Esq., R. A. M. (1881), Winscott, 

Torrington 



Acland, Esq., C.T.D. (1872), Killerton,Exeter 
*Acland, Bart., m.p.. Sir T. D. (1835). 

Killerton, Exeter 
Anson-Cartwright, Esq., H. (1846), Mont- 

le-Grand, Exeter 
Bames,Esq.,W.(1858),Gt. Duryard, Exeter 



Wonford Division. 



Bclfield, Esq., J. (1841), Belle Vw House, 

St. David, Exeter 
Bradshaw, Esq., O. (1875), G/ 

Cliristow / 

Buckingham, Rev. J. (1859), I> 

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68 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Chichester, Esq., A. C. (1876), Kosomount, 

Alphington 
Chichester, Esq., A. C. (1875), Kerswell, 

Broadclist 
Coui-tenay, Lord (1858), Powderham Castle, 

Exeter 
Davy, Esq., K. M. (1874), Grove Hill, 

Topsham {and in Axminstcr Division) 
*Devon, Earl of (1837), Powderham Castle, 

Exeter 
*Duckworth, Sir J. T. B., Bart. (1830), i 

"Wear House, Exeter 
*naldoii. Lord (18-17),Haldon House, Exeter 
Hamilton, Esq., A. H. A. (1862), Fairfield 

Lodge, Exeter 
Harris, Esq., J. C. (1849), Pennsylvania, 

Exeter i 

-Kekewich, Esq. ,T. (1 874) , Peamore, Exeter j 
Ley, Esq., J. H. F. (1874), Trehill, Exeter ! 
Lousada,Esq., J.B. (1856), Barnfield,Exeter 
Milford, Esq., F. (1862), Exeter 
*Milford, Esq., J. (1831), Coaver, Exeter . 

Woodbwi/ 
Bartlett, Major- Gen. H. T. (1879), Exmouth 
Birch,Esq.,C. (1879), Rhyll Court, Exmouth 
Blnndy, Esq., F. (1863), Newland, Coleford, 

Gloucestershire 
Brycc, Esq., J.P. (1878), Bystock, Exmouth 
Cla^ett, Esq., T. W. (1881), Exmouth 
Clifford-Butler, Hon. J. F. (1875), Green- 
dale, Clist St. Mary 
Cole, Esq., S. C. E. (1879), Stoke Lyne, 

Exmouth 
Dixon, Esq., J. (1866), Winslade, Exeter 
Fulford, Esq., F. D. (1872), Exmouth 
Garratt, Esq., J. (1842), Bishop's Court, 
Exeter 

Non-Resident 
Adair, Col. A. W. (1864), Heatherdon Park, 

Taunton 
Boles, Eev. J. T. (1853), Crowcomhe, 

Somerset 
Bowring, Esq., J. C. (1862), Forest Farm, 

Windsor 
Bridport, Visct. (1839), Cricket St. Thomas, 

Chard 
Clarke, Esq., T. E. (1861), Park, Minehead, 

Somerset 
Digby-Beste, Esq., J. R. (1841), Botleigh 

Grange, Southampton 
Farnell, Esq., H. B. (1843), 
Gifford, Hon. R. J. (1857), Siddington, 

Gloucester 
Glanville, Esq., F. (1850) 
Goodridge, Esq., J. C. (1855) 
Kelly, Esq., J. 
Kerr, Lord H. F. C. (1838) 
Kirkwood, Esq., J. T. (1845), The Park, 

Cheltenham 
Lopes, Esq., K. L. (1857), Sandridge 

Park, Mclksharn, Wilts 
Lousada, Capt. C. (1872) 



[1882. 

*Northcote, Bart., c.n., M.r., Sir S. H. 

(1850), Pyncs, Exeter 
Palk, Eev.W.H. (1838),Ashcombo,Dawlish 
Poltimore,TheLord(1858),Poltimore,Exeter 
Sanders, Esq., E. A. (1853), Stoke House, 

Exeter 
Short, Esq., F. B. (1837), Bickham, Kenn, 

Exeter 
Studd, Esq., E. F. (1878), High House, 

Kinton 
Tucker, Esq., C. (1867), Marlands, 

Heavitree 
AValkey, Esq., J. E. C. (1862), Pole House, 

Ide, Exeter 
*Walrond, m.p., Lt.-Col.W.H. (1872), New 

Court, Exeter 
Were, Esq., J. (1871), Hay, Broadclist 
AVhite, Vice-Admiral, E. D. (1881), Vic- 
toria Terrace, Exeter 
Wyatt-EdgeU, Esq., A. (1872), Cowley 

House, Exeter 



Division. 
Garratt, Esq., J. A. T. (1866), Bishop's 

Court, Exeter 
Hamilton, Esq., A. K. (1877), The Eetreat, 

Topsliam 
Johnson, Esq., m.p., E. (1872), Farringdon 

House, Exeter 
Luke, 11. N., Capt. W. S. (1881 j, Exmouth 
May, Admiral C. H. (1876), Leeford, Bud- 

leigh Salterton 
Peters, Esq., W. H. (1856), EEarefield, 

Lympstone 
Phear, Knt., Sir J. B. (1881), Exmouth 
Sim, Esq., W. C. (1867), Knowle, Clyst 

St. George 

Magistrates. 
Lucas, Esq., S. L. L. (1872) 
Monro, Esq., C. J. H. (1873), 35, St. 

George's Road, London, S.W. 
Newman, Esq., T. H. (1867), 9, Great 

Cumberland Place, Hyde Park, London 
Nightingale, Licut.-Col. C. W. (1875) 
Northmore, J. (1859) 
Porter, Esq.,H. A. (1858) 
Read, Esq., J. (1850), Heathfield, Hamp- 

stead Heath, London 
Eichards, Esq., W. H. (1845), Stapleton, 

Somerset 
Sandford, Esq., W. A. (1847), Minehead, 

Somerset 
Scales, Esq., E. (1871) 
Ste%'enson, Esq., J. N. (1847), Cheltenham 
Strickland, Esq., A. De, Lille, (1865) 
Tonge, Esq., C. (1857) 
Trelawny, Esq., H. E. S. (1868), Poltair, 

PcriZiiriCG 
Welman, Esq., C. N. (1849), Norton 

Manor, Taunton 
Wilson, Esq., J. H. (1860) 
Wood, Esq., J. (1861) 



1682.] 



DEVON, 



69 



Deputy Lieutenants not Magistrates. 



Smith, Esq., A., Transbair, Clist, Honiton 
Vealo, Esq., J. H., Passaford, Hather- 
leiffh 



Fortescue, The Hon. D. F., Castle Hill, 

South Molton 
Mount Edgcumbe, The Eaii of, Mount 

Edgcumbo, Devonport 

Chief County Officials. 
Clerli of the Peace — H. Michelmore, Esq. (Exeter) ; Clerks to the Lieutenancy— Messrs. 
Pearse & Crosse (South Molton) ; County Treasurer — W. Cotton, Esq. (Exeter) ; Chief 
Constable — G. De Courcy Hamilton, Esq. (Exeter) ; County Surveyors — (North Division) — 

E. H. Harbottle, Esq., (Exeter), South Division— J. Little, Esq., (Exeter) ; County 
Analyst — A. W. Blyth, Esq. (56, Great PLUsseU Street, London) ; County Solicitor — 
T. E. Drake, Esq. (Exeter) ; Undershcrif—E. H. Houlditch. Esq. (Exeter) ; Coroners— 
8. M. Cox, Esq. (Honiton), Deputy, C. E. Cox, Esq. (Honiton — Honiton district); 

F. Burrow, Esq., LL.D. (Cullompton — Crediton district) ; J. H. Toller, Esq. (Barnstaple 
Barnstai^le district), Deputy, Jas. Eraser Bromhani, Esq. (Barnstaple); E. Fulford, Esq. 
(North Tawton— Okehampton district). Deputy, Wm. Burd, Esq. (Okehampton) ; 
E. E. Eodd, Esq. (East Stonehouse — Stoke Damerell District) ; Deputy, J. D. 
Johnstone, Esq., (Tavistock), H. S. Gayo, Esq., M.D. (Newton Abbot— Totnes 
district). Deputy, F. Watts, Esq., (Newton Abbot.) 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



Divisions. 



Axminster 
Bideford . . 
Braunton . . 

Crediton . . 
■Croekemwell 

Cullompton 

Ermington and 

Ph-mpton 
Great Ton-ington 

Hatherleigh 

HolsTTorthy 
Honiton . . 
Lifton 




Popula- 
tion I Petty Sessions held at and on Clerks to Magistrates. 
(1871) ' 



119,409 

75,548 
64,720 
65,275 

82,519 
55,195 
70,791 



MidlandRoborough 47,710 
Ottery .. ..; 34,431 



Paignton . , 



iioborough South 



23,998 



26,075 

20,794 
13,684 
10,117 



38,992 



190 I 14,585 



Police Station, Axminster 

(alternate Tuesdays) 
Bideford {alternate Tuesdays) 

Bridge Hall, Barnstaple 

(alte mate Wednesdays) , 

Town Hall, Combmartin 

{1st Man. ex.in Aug.&Oct.) 

Crediton ( Wednesday, ninthly) 

Moretonbampstead & Crock- 
emweU {alternately 1st 
Mondays in month) 

Cullompton {altfirnate Mon- 
day f:) and Tiverton {alter- 
nate Tuesdays) 

Yealmpton, Eidg^vay & Mod- 
burj' {alternate Mondays) 

Great Torrington {alternate 
Saturdays) 

Coiirt House, Hatberleigh 
{last Tu.andev. Tu. CJ. 
.kci); Okebampton(ey./S'a(.) 

Holsworthy (3r(2 Thursday) 

Honiton {1st Wednesday and 

occasional Saturdays) 
Lifton (last Thursday) 

Roborough (1st Monday) 

Ottery St. Mai-y & Sidmoutb 
(Thursday, variable) 

Torquay (ev. Mon & Thur.) ; 
Churston (alternate Wed- 
nesdays) ; Paignton (Isi 
Thursday) 

Town Hall, East Stonehouse 
(every Friday) 



W. Forward, Ax- 
minster 

C. W. Hole, Bide- 
ford 

W. E. Law, Barn- 
staple 



F. E. Smith, Cre- 
diton 

Vy'.Pliillips Harvey,; 
Moretonhamp- i 
stead I 

Frederic 

LL.D., 

ton 
Thomas 



Birrrow,' 
Cullomp- 

KeUy,' 
Yealmpton I 

Geo. Doe, Great! 
Ton-mgton i 

R. Fulford, North! 
Tawton I 

Cecil Bray, Hols-J 
worthy ' 

Edmund Stamp, 
Honiton, &e. I 

Cowlard & Cow- 
lard, Launceston 

C. L. Radchffe,' 
Derriford 

Edmund Stamp, 
Ottery St. Marv, 
&c. 

P. Perring, Tor- 1 
quay ; E. Dai-t, 
(dep.), Churston 
Ferrers 

Geo. H. E. Bundle, 
East Stonehouse; 



Annua 

Salarj'. 

125 

65 

245 

125 
90 

225 

170 
72 
75 

90 

75 

65 

100 

105 

365 
320 



70 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 





The 


Petty Sessional Divisions— contim<ecL 






Divisions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks toMagistrates. 


Annual 
Salary. 


SoQth MoltoH . . 


160,771 


2'2,'2S3 


South Melton (once a mon.) ; 
Chulnileigh [once every 6 
v^kis.) ; and North Tawton 

(once eiieni 8 weds.) 


Crosse , Day & 
Crosse, South 
Molton. 


200 


Stanborough and 


116,467 


26,823 


Town Hall, Kingsbridge (1st 


F. T. Hare, 


20O 


Coleridge 






Monday) ; Totnes (2»d 
Monday) 


Totnes 




f aviatock . . 


106,475 


18,514 


Tavistock (alternate Wed- 
nesdays) 


Edward Chilcott, 
Tavistock 


115 


Teignbridge 


105,565 


40,553 


Teignmonth (alternate Mon- 
days) ; Ashbui-ton (3)-^ 
Friday) ; Town Hall, 
Dawlish(e2;f/-// Thursday); 


G. Croydon, Teign- 
mouth ; H. M. 
Filth, Ashbur- 
ton; E. H. M. 




-400 








Newton Abbot (every 


Baker, Newton 










Tuesday) 


Abbot; J. S. 
Wliidbonie,Daw- 
lish 






Wonford .. 


73,329 


28,923 


The Castle, Exeter (every 
Tuesdaij) 


T. E. Drake, 
Exeter 


375 


Woodbury.. 


33,761 


16,035 


Woodbury (2nd and Ath Mon- 


H. C. Adams, Ex- 


95 






days) 


moiitli 





Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



Authorities. 



Character of 
Authority. 



Population 
(1881). 



Rateable 
Value (1881). 



Names of Clerks. 



Bampton . . . . . . Local board 

Barnstaple Municipal borough 

Bideford . . . . . . ; Municipal borough 

Budleigh Saltertoii . . Local board 

Crediton .. .. . . ] Impt. comniissnrs. 

Dartmoutli . . , . j Municipal borough 

Dawlisb | Local board 

Devonport ; Municipal borough 

East Stonehouse . . . . j Local board 

Exeter I Municipal borough 

Exmouth ' Local board 

Honiton | Municipal borough 

Ilfracombe j Local board 

Ivybridge j Local board 

Lower Brixham . . . . | Local board 
Lynton • Local board 

Nortbam i Local board 

Okehampton . , . . I Local board 

Ottery St. Mary . . . . i Local board 

Paignton . . " . . . . | Local board 

Plymouth j Municipal borough 

St. Mary Church . . . . I Local board 
St. Thomas Apoytle . . Local board 

Salcombe ! Local board 

Sidmouth i Local board 

South Molton . . . ; ; Municipal borough 

Teignmouth . . . . ' Local board 

Tiverton . . . . . . ' Municipal borough 

Torquay Local board 

TorringtoD, Gt IMunicipal borough 

Totnes i Municipal borough 

Wolborougb . . . . , Local board 



1,089 

12,283 

6,512 

1,908 

4,541 

5,680 

3,997 

48,745 

15,125 

37,068 

6,245 

3,349 

6,043 

1,820 

5,363 

1,212 

4,452 
1,695 
6,803 
4,610 
75,096 
5,759 
6,161 
1,822 
3,501 
3,340 
8,500 
10,462 
24,765 
3.445 
4,089 
7,662 



1,585 
33,891 
15,487 

7,776 

9,971 
16,653 
19,749 
99,111 
35,872 
184,929 
22,405 
11,298 
24,000 

5,862 
10,018 

6,533 

13,308 

3,477 

18,320 

27,645 

184,100 
15,715 
23,411 
4,100 
13,260 
14,218 
84,017 
43,841 

122,635 

8,652 

14,194 

22,650 



T. R. Densham 
L. T. Bencraft 
C. W. Hole 
Chas. T. K. Eobei-ts 
Jas. Wellington 
Percy Hockin 
J. S. W^bidborne 
J. J. E. Venning 
J. E. Curteis 

B. C. Gidley, M.A. 
H. C. Adams 

G. T. Tweed 
J. Thome 

Jas. Loye, Plymoutb 
W. Bovey 

H. K. Thome, Jiinr.,. 
Barnstaple 

C. W. Hole, Bideford 
Eobt. Fulford 
James T. Dav-y 

H. G. Lidstone 

J. Walter Wilson 
J.W.G.WoUen,TorquaT 

J. Champion 

Jas. Fainveatber 

J. G. G. Kadford 

E. Louis Eiccard 

W. R. Hall Jordan 

C. M. Hole 

Briscoe Hooper 

George Doe 
I George Presswell 
[ R. H.M.Baker, New- 
I ton Abbot 



1882.] 



DEVOX, 

Poor Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



71 



Unions and 


1 
Area. 


Popula- 


Rateable 
Value 


Authorities. 


Acres. 


(1S31). 


(1881). 


Axminstei- . . 


61,159 


18,764 


£ 
90,591 


Barnstaple . . 


149,729 


38,193 


208,781 


Uideford 


63,864 , 


18,752 


65,296 


(Jrediton 


91,866 


17,929 


128,837 


*East Stoneliouse. . 


190 


15,125 


85,237 


*Exeter . . 


1,8-22 


37,608 


186,334 


(Treat Torrington . . 


81.472 


14,818 


72,017 


Holswortliy 


82,519 


9,007 


42,150 


Honiton 


80,887 


21,081 


84,101 


Ivmgsbridrre 


73,455 


18,542 


115,946 


Newton Abbot 


117,524 


74,989 


380,360 


Okeliampton 


126,797 


16,962 


92,381 


"Plymouth . . 


1,491 


75,096 


193,200 


Plj-mpton . . 


74,543 


24,181 


137,893 


St. Thomas 


129,983 


48,221 


285,559 


South Molton 


141,435 


16,818 


114,793 


■^ Stoke Damerel . . 


1,760 


48,745 


91,511 


Tavistock . . 


159,317 


29,139 


129,381 


Tiverton (P.L.A.) . . 


103,053 


28,512 


180,205 


„ (R.S.A.).. 






136,838 


Totues 


' 97.914 


36,675 


208,182 



Names of Chairmen. 



John C. Bentlv . . 
(John Mortimer (P.L.A.) ' 
(Geo. Lock (E.S.A.) 

Edward U. Vidal. . 

W. Snow . . 

J. Taylor 

R. Eouse 

J. C. M. Stevens . . 

W. W. Melhuish . . 

W. Bastard 

Thos. Wills 
(Geo. Cann (P.L.A.) 
lEev.H. Hames (R.S.A.) 

C. F. Tanner (J.P.) 

R. Dawson 

Hon.&Rev.H.H.Coui-teni 

Earl Fortescue 

F. C.Rickard 

Kev. H. J. PhUlpotts 

\ C. A. W. Trovte . . 



Names of Clerks. 



.T. B. Paisfe-Browne 



W. Forward 

W. H. ToUer 

,|C. W.Hole 
.J. Wellington 
. R.E. Rodd 
. I G . Huxham 
.! P. B.Gluhh 
. ' G. Braund 
I W. J. R. Hellier 
. W. Jarvis 
. I J. Alsop 

; j R. Fulford 

.1 W. Adams 

. ! F. W. P. Cleverton 

v; J. Champion 

'. I R. L. Riecard 

. I J Beer, Devonport 

. ' J. D. Johnstone 

.! CM. Hole 

. ^ T. W. Windeatt 



Poor L/iiw I'arishes or Incorporations— not Unions and not Rural Sanitary Authorities. 

Sehool Boards. 







Popula- ' 


o 3 




Boards. 


Unions of 


tion 


'^■'S 


Names of ("lerks. 






(1881). 






B.^RN STAPLE 

BiDEFORD 


Mrmicipal borough 


12,283 
6,499 


7 
7 


W. E. Law 
C. W. Hole 


Dartmouth 






5,330 


5 


R. W. Prideaux 


Devonport 






4S,74o 


11 


J. J. E. Vemiing 


Exeter 






37,536 


9 


J. Austin 


Great Torringtos . . 






3,445 


5 


George Doe 


Pltjiouth 


1 




74,852 


13 


E. Stribley 


Tiverton 


i. 




10,462 


9 


G. W. Cockram 


ToTNES.. 






4.089 


5 


T. H. Edmonds 


(b) Abbots Kerswell 


j Newton Abbot . . 


435 


5 


J. H. Browse 


Alphiiigton, &c. 


St. Thomas 


1,166 


7 


J. Hutchiags 


Ashburton 


Newton Abbot 


2,891 


7 


H. M. Firth 


(b) Ashwater . . 


Holsworthy 


849 


5 


John Coi-y 


(a) Axminster , . 


Axminster 


2,872 


5 


W. Forward 


(b) Aylesbeare, Hai-pford, &c. (U.D.) 


! St. Thomas 

j 


1,436 


7 


Rev. W. H. Carwithen 
(Hon.) 


(b) Bampton 


j Tiverton . . 


; 1,858 


5 


T. R. Densham 


(b) Bishop's Nymptoii 


1 South Molton 


1,153 


5 


Rev. O.L. O'Neill (C/i.) 


(b) Bliickawton 


1 Kingsbridge 


1,241 


5 


Percv Hockin and 
C."L. Hockin 


(b) Bow (or Nymet Tracey) . . 


Crediton . . 


870 


5 


J. Ribbings 


Bradworthy 


' Holsworthy 








(b) Bratton Clovelly 


Okehampton 


717 


5 


Jas. Phear 


Jiraunton 


Barnstaple 


1 2,114 


5 


G". Mills 


Bridford 


St. Thomas 


I 4S6 


5 


Rev. E.E.Gotto((7Aw.) 


Brixham 


Totues . . 


\ 7,020 


7 


W. Bovey 


{}>) Broadbempston 


Newton Abbof 


i 566 


7 


W. Green 


Broadwoodwidger (U.D.) 


Launceston 


.. 920 


5 


W. H. Teague 


Buckf astleigh . . 


Totnes . . 


J 2,638 


5 


E. Windeatt 


(h) Buckland Brewer . . 


Bideford . . 


.' ■ 736 


5 


I J. Sanders 


(b) Cadeleigh 


Tiverton 


.. 


.i m 


5 


1 A. MUdon 



72 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

School Boards — continited. 



[1882. 







Popula- 


c 2 




Boards. 


Unions of 


tion 


O 3 


Names of Clerks. 






I (1S81). 


'A S 
Pi 




(a) Charles 


South Molton 


i^ro 


5 


Rev. A. Sprague 


(b) Chawleigli (U.D.) 


Crediton . . 


mi 


5 


J. Haiinaford 


(b) Cheritoii Bishop 


Crcditon . . 


1 f.47 


5 


W. L. Gorwy'n 


[b) Chcriton Fitzpame, &e. (U.D.) . . 


Crediton . . 


756 


5 


F. J. Yeysey 


(h) Chivelstono 


I^ngsbridge 


! 47.S 


5 


J. H. Square 


(b) Christow & Doddiscombsleigh 


St. Thomas 


1 1,172 


7 


H. Pinsent (lion.) 


(U.D) 




1 






Chuhuleigh 


Sonth Molton 


1,560 


5 


J. Hannaford 


(b) Church Stanton 


Tamiton . . 


822 


5 


W. SpiUer 


Clawton, Tetcott, Jjc. (U.D.) 


Holswortliy 


: 858 


5 


J. J. E. Venning 


(b) CLiyhidon 


Wellington (Som.) 


5S4 


5 


W. Blackmore 


Cloveliy 


Bideford . . 


759 


5 


W. H. Tepper 


(h) CofflnsweU and Haccombc (U.D.^ 


Newton Abbot . . 


210 


5 


Eev. J. G. Trevener 

(Hon.) 


Colebrookc 


Crediton . . 


1%1 


5 


John Willcocks 


(a)Coleridge 


Crediton . . 


m 


5 


Joseph Mashford 


Colvton 


Axminster 


2,479 


5 


E. H. Wilton 


(b) Creditnn 


Crediton . . 


5,747 


7 


J. Wellington 


ib) Culmstock 


Wellington (Som.) 


957 


5 


S. Stradling 


Dalwood 


Axminster 


482 


5 


H. Bowditch 


Dawlish 


Newton Abbot 


4,51!) 


7 


H. L. Friend 


(Z>) Denbnry (U.D.) 


Newton Abbot . . 


534 


5 


D. E. Scratton [Chn ) 


Drewsteignton. . 


Okehamptnn 


SOS 


5 


Rev. R. Chichester 


Dunsford 


St. Thomas 


777 


5 


Rev. G. Arden 


(h) Eastdown 


Barnstaple 


JUO 


5 


James Mayne, junr. 


\,h) East and West Putford (U.D.) . . 


Bideford . . 


447 


5 


A. E. Davman 


[b] East and W. Teignmouth (U.D.) 


Newton Abbot . . 


7,007 


7 


W. E. HaU Jordan 


(b) East and West AVorlington (U.D.) 


South Molton 


45:i 


5 


J. Hannaford 


{h) East Anstey 


South Molton 


227 


5 


T. R. Densham, B'ton. 


East Stonehouse 


East Stonehouse. . 


14,585 


7 


S. H. Phillips 


(b) Erme and Avon (U.D.) . . 


Ivingsbridge 


1,191 


7 


F. Farrer 


Ermmgton 


Plympton St. JIary 


2,010 


;> 


G. Coleman 


Exmonth (U.D.) 


St. Thomas 


7, ISO 


7 


F. E. Carter 


Gerniansweek . . 


Okehampton 


■M6 


5 


Rev. S. Andrew 


Halherton 


Tiverton . . 


1,544 


7 


R. C. Merson 


(h) Halwell and Reaworthv (U.D.) . . 


Holsworthv 


527 


5 


M. White 


(//) HalweU and Moreleigli (U.D.) . . 


Totnes ." . 


463 


5 


W. Hamlyn, Totnes 


Hartland . . . . 


Bideford .. 


1,850 


7 


T. Brauud 


(a) Hatherleigh 


Okehampton 


l,4i)2 


5 


G. Pearse 


(b) Heanton Piinchardon, &e. (U.D.j 


Barnstaple 


668 


5 


C. H. Williams {Chn.) 


[b) Hemyock 


Wellington iSom.) 


983 


5 


E. North 


(b) Hennock . . 


Newton Abbot . . 


77:i 


5 


W. Whitcombe 


Highweek 


Newton Abbot . . 


2,104 


5 


John Alsop 


Hittisleigh 


Crediton . . 


160 


11 


Rev. J. H. C. Hobkirk 
{Chairman) 


Holbeton 


Plympton St. Mary 


953 


5 


Rev. H. J. Bidder 


{b) Horwood ct Newton Tracuy lU.D.) 


Banistaple 


226 


7 


G. Mills 


(b) Instow 


Barnstaple 


653 


5 


F.Lee 


(b) Inwardleigh 


Okehampton 


514 


5 


S. Wellington 


Ipplepen " . . 


Newton Abbot 


S24 


5 


J.S. Hodge 


Kenton 


St. Thomas 


1,000 


5 


S. DobeU 


Kingswear 


Totnes 








(b) Lapford, &c. (U.]X) 


Crediton . . 


781 


5 


Rev. C. W. Wilson 


(b) Littleham and Landcross (U.D.) 


Bideford .. 


392 


5 


J. S. B. Brauud 


(i>) Lnstleigh 


Newton Abbot 


350 


7 


Thomas ABiery, junr. 


(6) Lydford 


Tavistock . . 


2,707 


5 


J. D. Johnstone 


(h) Marwood 


Barnstaple 


805 


5 


J. Mayne, junr. 


b) Membury . . 


Axminster 


639 


5 


W. Forward 


Milton Abbot 


Taristock . , 


880 


5 


SirSt.V. Hammick,Bt. 

{Chn.) 
G. Brauud 


Milton Damerell 


Holsworthv 


470 


5 


Modbury . . . . , . .J 


Eiugsbridgc 


1,751 


7 


J. W. Harris 



1882.] 



DEVON. 

School '!BoSiT6.s—co)itinued. 



73 







Popula- 


oS 




Boards. 


Unions of 


tion 
(1881). 




Names of Clerks. 


Moretonhampstead 


Newton Abbot 


1,568 


5 


James Gray 


(h Morthoe 


' Barnstaple 


352 


5 


H. K. Thome, junr. 


(b) ifusbury 


Axminster 


536 


5 


W. K. Halse 


(h) Newton" St. CjTes 


Crediton . . 


856 


5 


T. W. Butt 


North Molton 


South Molton . . 


1,703 


5 


C. Passmcr 


North Petherwin 


Launcestou 


838 


.5 


Picv. T. B. Trentham 


North Tawton . . 


Okehampton 


1,868 


5 


E. Goss 


Okehainpton . . 


Okehampton 


2. '292 


5 


E. Fulford 


{> ) Ottery St. Mary 


Honiton . . 


4,110 


5 


W. ,J. D. Whitaker 


Paignton 


Totnes . . 


4,59rj 


5 


W. Drew 


Parkham 


Bideford . . 


801 


5 


.r. Martin 


Plyinstock 


Plynipton St. Mary 


3,222 


5 


J. G. Norman 


(/))Komansleigh&Mariansleigh(U.D. 


South Molton 


468 


5 


Wm. H. Tepper 


(h) Eose Ash 


South Molton 


51/7 


5 


Will. Cole 


{/j) St. Giles on the Heath . . 


Launceston 


275 


5 


itev. C. H. Tavlor 


St. Nicholas 


Newton Abbot 


i,m 


5 


•J. E. White 


St. Thomas the Apostle 


St. Thomas 


6,161 


7 


•T. Champion 


(b) Sampford Courtenay and Honey 


Okehampton 


1,440 


7 


Eobt. Fulforc' • 


church (U.D.) 










(b) Shaugh Prior 


Plj-mpton St. Mary 


615 


5 


Rev. .T.B.Strother(//ori .; 


('/) Shehbear (U.D.) 


1 Torrington 


1,204 


r^ 


Rev. Jas. Hem-y [Hon.] 


(b) Sherford 


Ivingsbridge 


419 


5 


J. S. Hun-eU 


ib) Shute 


' Axminster 


747 


5 


J. Rapsev 


Slapton 


Kingsbridge 


640 


5 


P.Hockin & C.L.Hockiu 


South Brent 


Totnes 


1,449 


5 


E. Windeatt 


(//) South Leigh 


Honiton . . 


222 


5 


John Cox 


South Tawton. . 


Okehampton 


1,517 


5 


W. Perrvman 


Sprej^on 


Okehampton 


418 


5 


W. J. Battishillfr;,?).) 


(a ) Stoke Fleming 


Kingsbridge 


665 


5 


P.Hocldn & C.L.Hockin 


Stoke Gabriel . . 


Totnes 


684 


5 


Rev. R. Bowden 


{b) Stokeinteignhead . . 


Newton Abbot 


681 


5 


J. B. Tompkins 


(h) Stokenham 


Kingsbridge 


1,628 


5 


•I. H. Square 


Stoke Rivers . . 


Barnstaple 


m 


5 


Jas. Mavne, jun. 


ib] Sutcombe . . 


Holsworthy 


407 


5 


H. Cory" 


Tavistock 


Tavistock . . 


6,914 


7 


Edwd. Horswill 


(//) Tedburn St. Marv 


St. Thomas 


700 


5 


Ptev.C.W.E.Tothill(CT.) 


lb) Throwleigh and Gidleigh (U.D.) 


Okehampton 


m 


5 


W. Pen'vman 


1 a ) Topsham 


St. Thomas 


■2,857 


5 


W. Serena 


Utfculme 


Tiverton . . 


1,811 


5 


J. Southey 


Ugborough 


Totnes . . 


1,523 


5 


E. Windeatt 


Upottei-y 


Honiton . . 


72:7 


5 


R. MarshaU 


(b) Wembnry 


Plympton St.Mai-y 


531 


5 


R. Dawson (Acting) 


in) West Leigh 


Barnstaple 


/fi6 


5 


F.Lee 


Whitchurch 


Tavistock . . 


1,067 


5 


J. D. Johnstone 


Widdecombe-tn-the-Moor 


Newton Abbot 


su 


7 


H. M. Filth 


WiUand 


Tiverton . . 


370 


5 


F. Bun-ow, LL.D. 


lb) Winkleigh 


Torrington 


1,402 


5 


T. Letheren 


ib) Woolfardiswortby . . 


Bideford .. 


699 


5 


A. Tremeer 


(b) Woolfardiswortby, Washford 


Crediton . . 


455 


7 


Rev.H.A.Slack(C7iaiV. 


Pync. and Kennerleigh (U.D.) 








man) 


Yamseombe 


Torrington 


.381 


5 


H. Thome 


Zeal Monachorum 


Crediton . . 


546 ! 


5 


George Siiell 



The Militia Force. 

The Devonshii'e MOitia Force is comprised of one contingent of Artillery (being a section of tlie 
Royal Cornwall and Devon Miners Artillery). Maximum strength of establishment : 414 of all ranks. 
Headquarters, Devonport. Hon. Colonel, Su- G. S. Stucley, Bart. ; Lieut. -Colonel, R. Bury 
Russell ; Adjutant, Lieut. -Col. G. D. DoweU, v.c. Also in the 3rd and Ith Battalions of thf 
Devonshire Territorial Regiment of Light Infantry (late 11th Foot). Regimental District, No. 11. 
Depot, Exeter. Headquarters (3rd Batt.), Plymouth. Lieut. -Colonel. Robert Trood ; Adjutant, 
Major A B. Letts. Headquarters (4th Batt.), Exeter. Lieut. -Colonel, R. T. White-Thomson ; 
Adjutant, Capt. E. H. Vaughan. 



74 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Devonsliire Volunteer Force consists of two coi-ps of Yeomanry Cavab-y. Maximum 
strength of establishments — Royal 1st Devon, 425, North Devon Mounted Rifles 425, of all ranks. 
Headquarters, 1st Devon, Exeter; Hon. Colonel, Sir J. T. B. Duckworth, Bart. ; Lieut-Colonel, 
The Earl of Devon ; Adjutant, Major A. B. Harvey. Headquarters, North Devon, Barnstaple; 
Lieut. -Col.-Com., Sir A. Chichester, Bart. ; Lieut. -Colonel, Lord C. Chnton ; Adjutant, Major N. C. 
Chichester. Two administrative brigades of Artillery, one company of Engmeers (attached to 
the Gloucestershire Force) and five administrative battalions of Rifles. The maximum strength o 
the Force (exclusive of Yeomanry) is 5,750 of all ranks. 



COUNTY OF DORSET. 



Dorsetshire is a maritime county on the south-west coast of England, having on tlio 
north-west the county of Somerset, on the north Wiltshire, on the east IIamp.shire, on the 
west Devonshire, and on the soiith the English Channel. Length, 52 miles ; breadth, 37 
miles ; circumference, 200 miles ; square miles, 987. It is watered hy the rivers Stoui" and 
Frome, and has nearly 2,000 miles of roads. The Somerset and Dorset Railway connects 
Poole with most of the towns in the north-eastern part of the county. The Southampton 
and Dorchester Eailway enters Poole from Hampshire. A line proceeds from Poole to 
Dorchester, and thence at a right angle to Wejnnouth and Portland. From Dorchester 
there is a line to Yeovil in Somersetshire, with a branch from IMaiden Newton to Bridport. 
On the north-western border are the Salisbury and Yeovil Eailway, and the London and 
.South Western Extension. The climate of Dor.setsliire is mild and healthy, although the 
air is keen and bracing owing to the bareness of the chalk hills, there being nothing to 
break the force of the winds which sweep over them. The soil consists mainly of loose 
sand, gravel, clay and chalk, and is vcrj- fertile in the vallej's, where these substances 
have been naturally mixed by the rivulets which run down from the hills, carrying the 
soil with them. Many thousands of sheep are pastured on the Downs. Dairy husbandly 
is carried to great perfection, and Dorset butter is much esteemed. The Isle of Portland, 
a broad promontory off Wej'mouth, united to the mainland by the Chesil bank, presents 
some very interesting geological features. Poi'tland stone was used in the erection of St. 
Paul's Cathedral, Goldsmith's Hall, the Eefoini Club-house, and many of the churches and 
other public buildings of London. The county returns three members to Parliament. It 
is in the western circuit, the assizes being held at Dorchester ; and it constitutes an arch- 
deaconry in the diocese of Salisbury, province of Canterbury. The borough representation 
comprises Bridport, Dorchester, Poole, Shaftesbury and Ware ham, one member each, and 
Weymouth and Melcombe Eegis two members. The town and borough of Poole is a 
county of itself, and Wareham is an old corporate town governed by its distinctive 
charters. The shire has 34 hundreds, 22 liberties, 288 civil parishes, besides parts of 
others, 12 poor-law unions, 11 registry districts, 7 mimicipal boroughs [Blandford,* 
Bridport,* Dorchester,* Lyme Regis,* Poole,* Shaftesbury,* and Weymouth and 
Melcombe Regis*], 11 urban sanitary authorities, 12 rural sanitary authorities, and IG turn- 
pike trusts. It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 9 petty 
sessional divisions and 9 lieutenancy sub-divisions. The county and borough of Poole has 
a commission of the peace and separate coui-t of quarter sessions ; the boroughs of Bridport, 
Dorchester, Lyme Eegis, and Weymouth and Melcombe Eegis have commissions of the 
peace only. The old to'WTi of Wareham has annual general sessions in conformity with 
the pro\dsions of its charters. The boroughs of Blandford, Dorchester, Poole, and Wey- 
mouth and Melcombe Eegis, also have their own police- 

Geological Notes. — The surface of this county is traversed in a westward direction by two 
ranges of chalk hills, well known as the North and South Downs. The former range 
enters the north-east part of the county from Wiltshii-e, and the latter stretches across its 
southern border from the Isle of Purbeck. Both ranges iinite at their western extremity 
near Beaminster, forming a basin called the Trough of Poole. Within this basin are the 
formations above the chalk, consisting of the London clay and middle eocene (Barton and 
Bagshot series) ; and without it, the formations which underlie the chalk, namely, the 
upper greensand, Weald clay, Purbeck beds, Kimmeridge clay and Portland oolite, which 

Vide "Municipal CorpoTations Companion," &c. Waterlow &. Sons Limited. 



1882.] 



75 



crop out from teneath the South Downs towards the coast. In the noi-th-westem portions 
of the county the greensand and the oolitic strata rise to the surface successively, and crop 
out from honeath the North Downs. The western extremity of the county is occupied by 
the lowest members of the oolitic series, and by the lias. 

Historical iV^oCes.— Dorsetshire was called by the Saxons Dor-satta, a term signifying 
" dwellers on the sea-shore." It became part of the kingdom of the West Saxons, and the 
see of a bishop. The kings dwelt here at Corfe Castle and Kingston, and in the minster 
many of them are buried. On the shores many fights took place ^\ath the Danish rovers. 
In the Parliamentary war the gentry took part with the King, and held out in many sieges 
and fights, in which their castles were ruined. The townsmen sided with the Parliament, 
but the country people held aloof both from the King and Parliament, and formed com- 
panies of "clubmen" to keep off the belligerents. The antiquities comprise Maiden 
castle, near Dorchester, Gussage Cowdown barrows, Bindon, Cerne and Sherborne abbeys, 
Wimborne minster, and Portland and Corfe castles, with many British and Saxon works 
on different parts of the downs. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^-c. — The manufactures are sailcloth, sacking, nets, shoemakers- 
thread, paper, silk, shirt-buttons, gloves, linen, &c., with malting and brewing. In 
some of tlie large towns are iron foundiies. There are also stone quarries. Ships and 
yachts are built at Poole, and there are several fishing towns and watering places. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics.— Axca. of county, 627, 2Go acres; number of 
houses (1881): inhabited, 39,819; ditto, uninhabited, 2,488; ditto, building, 229 ; popula- 
tion (1881): males, 93,659; females, 97,320; total, 190,979; average number of persons to 
an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors in 1881 

(excbiding boroughs), 7,478 ; valuation for county assessment (March 2r)th, 1881 
£1,095,736; for police assessment, £974,276; received for year by county rate (2|d.) ; 
£11,414; by policerate (lid.), £6,089; total receipts, £26,223; total expenditure, £25,147 ; 
amount of loans outstanding (March 25th, 1881), £7,167. 

Folice and Criminal Statistics.— The coimty force comprised (September 29th, 1881), 
1 chief constable (Captain Amvatt), at £450 yearly, and £150 allowances; 10 
suncrintcndents G. H. Plummer, (Dcp. C. C), Dorchester; G. Underwood, Blandford; 
P.^W. ]\IcHale, Beaminster ; J. Pitfield, Cerne; W. Gale. Dorchester; H. Freeman, 
Shaftesbury ; G. Florance, Sherborne ; W. Grant, Sturminstor Newton ; W. Lavender, 
Wareham; H. Batty, Wimborne), from £196 to £127 yearly, and horse, forage, &c., 
allowances; 13 sergeants, from 31s. 6d. to 27s. 5d. weekly; and 116 constables, fi-om 
24s. 6d. each to 19s. lOd. weekly; total of all ranks, 140. The cost of the force in the 
previous vear was £12,671 ; the" proportion paid by the Government was £5,333. The 
area of the district is 620,729 acres. For 90 indictable offences reported, 76 persons were 
apprehended, and 52 committed for trial ; for offences determined summarily, _ 2,223 
persons were proceeded against, and 1,881 convicted, 341 persons and 314 convictions 
respectively being classed under charges of drunkenness. There are 451 public-houses, 257 
beer-houses, and 16 refreshment-houses within the district controlled by the force. 

Agricidiural Statistics (year ending June, 1881).— Total acreage under crops, barn 
fallow, and grass, 487,520, ^•iz. : corn, 105,142; green crops, 57,811 ; clover, grasses, &c., 
49,639; permanent pasture, &c., 267,848; bare fallow, &c., 6,855. The total number of 
horses was, 16,082; cattle, 76,602; sheep, 428,900; and pigs, 38,900. 

Principal Markets, Fairs, Sfc— Beaminster : Thursdays— September 19 (horses, sheep, 
tattle, and stock). Blandford: Wednesdays and Satmdays— March 7, September 9, 
Novembers. Bridport : Wednesdays and Satiu-days— April 6, October 11. Dorchester: 
Wednesdays and Saturdavs— February 14, Jidy 6, August 6, September 29, October 25 
(stock), lyme Regis : Tuesdavs and F.ridavs— February 13, October 2. Foolc : Mondays 
and Thursdays— May 1, November 2. ,S//(7/if(«iwrv / Satui-days— Saturday before Palm 
Sunday, last Saturdav in August, November 23. Sherborne : Tuesdays, Thursdays, and 
Saturdays— May 29, July 18 and 26, October 14. Wareham : Tuesdays— April 17, Sep- 
tember 11. Weymouth: Tuesdavs and Fridays. 

Newspapers.— Blandford Xrpress. Saturdav, Id. L. 1859. J. H. Bartlett, Blandford. 
—Blandford Telegram. Friday, Id. I. 1862. W. Hammond, Blandford.— -G/rt«<^/or<? 
Western Gazette. ' Fridav, Id. I. L. 1736. C. W. Millard, B\a.nMoTd..—Bridport News. 
Fridav, Id. I. 1855. 'W. C. Frost & Son, Bridport.— ^rit/^or^ Telegram. Friday, Id. 
I. 1865. E. Newman, Bridport.— i)orsei; County Chronicle. Thursday, 4d. C. 1821. 
'ii.^^icc\',T>ovc\\c?,iGT:.— Dorset County E:cprcss. Tuesday, 3d. I. 1855. E. R. Wcscott, 
Dorchester. — Dorset and Weymouth Guardian. Wednesday, Id. L.-C. 1855. Avery & 
Tomes, Weymouth. — Foolc and Bournetnouth Herald. Thursday, Id. L. 1846. W. 
Mate & Sons, Voole.-Foole Sun. Saturday, Id. C. 1874. C Woodford, Poole.— 



76 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



Foole Telegram. Friday, Id. Tj. 1879. C. Gent, Poolo. — Shcrhorne, Dorchester and 
Tmmion Juiirnal, Monday, Id., Tlniisday, 2d. L. 1764. L. H. Ruegg, Sherborne. — 
8oHll, em Times. Satiu-day, Id. N. 1851. H. Spicor, Weymouth. — Wareham Adver- 
tif^c.r. Friday, Id. N. 1879. J. W. Tribbett, Wareham. — Weymouth Telcgrwra. Friday, 
Id. I. 1800. E. Newman, Wejnaoutli. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Eight Hon. the Eakl OF .SnATE.si!UiiY, k.g., St. Giles' House, Cranbome, Salisbury. 

High SherilT (1881-2). 
John Battex, Esq., Upcerno, Dorchester. 

Vice-Admiral. 
MAiKiris or AVinciiester. 

Members of Parliament. 
The Hon. William Henry Bekkeley Poktmax (l). John Floyer, Esq. (c). 
Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. Euwakd Henry Trafalgar Digry (c.) 

Chairman and Deputy Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 
HoLUEN AT Dorchester. 
The Right Hon. Viscount Portman [Chn.). John Floyer, Esq., m.i>. {Dcp.-Chn.) 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 
Alington, Lord, Crichel, Wimbome , Eridport, Lord, Cricket St. Thomas, Chard, 

Ashley, Lord, St. G-ils, Cranborne, Salis- Somerset 



bury 
Ashley, The Hon. E., 01, Cadogan Place, 

London, S.W. 
Astell, Esq., C. E., West Lodge, Puddlc- 

hinton, Dorchester 
*Bankes, Esq., J. S., The Rectory, Corfe 

Castle, W^arehaai 

A,, AVolfeton, Dor- 



H. F., Moortown House, 
W. E., Hsington 



R., Kingston Lacey, 



Eankes, Esq., W. 
Chester 

*Bankes, Esq., W 
Wimborne 

Batten, Esq., H. B., Hollands, Yeovil 

*Batten, Esq., J., Aldon, Yeo^-il 

Batten, Esq., J. j^l., Up-Cerne House, Dor- 
chester 

Benthall, Esq., E., Chairman of Shcrhorne 
Division, Sherborne 

Beutinck, M.p.,The Right Hon. G. A. F. C, 
Brownsea Island, Poolo 

Bcntinck, Esq., W. G. C. , Brownsea 
Island, Poole 

Biddle, Esq., W. A., Abbey Grange, Sher- 
borne 

Bingham, Rev. C. W 
combe, Dorchester 

*Bingham, Esq., R. H. 

Blenncrhassett, Rev. J. 

Bond, Rev. N., The Grange, Wareham 

Bond, Esq., G. Ha-\vkcsworth, The Grange, 
Wareham 

*Bond, Esq., N., Holme, Wareham 

Bond, Esq., T., Tjoieham, Wareham 

Bower, Esq., H. S., FontmellParva, Bland- 
ford 

Bower, Esq., T. B., Iwerne House, Bland- 
ford 

Braggc, Esq., J. A., Sadborow, Chard, 
Somerset 

Bridge, Esq., J. E., The Manor House, 
Piddlctrcnthide, Dorchester 



, Bingham's Slel- 

Dorchester 
Ryme, Sherborne 



Brouncker, Esq. 

Ringwood 
Brymer, Esq., M.r. 

House, Dorchester 
BuUen, Esq., C, Charmouth 
Bullen, Esq., J. B. T. T., Marshwood 

Manor, Bridport 
*Biillock, Esq., G. Troyte, North Cocker- 
house, Yeovil 
Burt, Esq., G., Purbeek House, Swanage 
Calcraft, Esq., W. M., Rempston Hall, 

Wareham 
*Cambridge, Esq., H. P., Stanton Court, 

Weymouth 
Canning, Esq., T., Manor House, Pid- 

dletrenthide 
Cecil, Lord Eustace, Lytchell Heath, Poole 
CliurchiU, Esq., G., Alderholt Park, Ford- 

ingbridge, Hants 
Churchill, Esq., G. 0., Colliton House, Dor- 
chester 
Churchill, Esq., C. M., Alderholt, Fording- 

bridge, Hants 
Clay ton, Esq. , A ., Bradford Abbas, Sherborne 
Colfox, Esq., T., Rax House, Bridport 
Colfox, Esq., W., Westmead, Bridport 
Cox, Esq., J. R., Clearmount, Weymouth 
Cox, Esq., S. S., Manor House, Beaminster, 
Cox, Esq., W. T., Cheddington Court, 

Crowkeme, Somerset 
Cox, Esq., W. T. H., Cheddington Coui-t 

Crewkerne 
Damor, Esq., L. S. W. D., 8, Chapel Street, 

Grosvenor Square, London 
*Digby, Esq., G. D. W., Sherborne Castle, 

Sherborne 
Di^by, Esq., J. A., Chalmington House, 

Dorchester 
Digby, Esq., W. G. D. W"., Chetnole House, 

Shci'borne 



1882.] DORSET. 

Digby, Lord, Chairman of Ccrne Division, 

Minterne, Dorchester 
Digby, M.P., The Hon. E. H. T., Minterne, 

Dorchester 
D'Oyly, Bart., Sir C. W., Cliarlton 

Marshall, Blandford 
*Drax, Esq., J. S. W. S. E., Hobiest 

House, Sherborne 
*DuBoulay, Esq., J., Chairman of Shaftes- 
bury Division, Shaftesbury 
Eldon, The Earl of, Encombo, Wareham 
Kliot, Esq., G. E., Wej-mouth \ 

*Eliot, Esq., W., Weymouth ! 

Eliot, Esq., R. Ff., Weymouth j 

*Evans, Esq., W. H., Ford Abbey, Chard ' 
Fan-er, Esq., O. C, Binegar Hall, Ware- 
ham 
*Farquharson, Esq., J. J., Langton, Bland- 
ford 
Farquharson, Esq., E. G., Hewish House, 

Blandford 
*Fellowes, Esq., J., Kingston House, Dor- 
chester 
Fellowes, Esq.,.!. H., Kingston, Dorchester 
*Fetherstonhaugh, Esq., ii. P., Moreton, 

Dorchester 
Floyer, Esq., m.p., J., Stafford, Dor- 
chester 
Floyer, Esq., G. W., Stafford, Dorchester 
Forbes, Esq., Lachlan, Shillingstone, Bland- 

ford 
Foster, Esq., A. B., Wannwell House, 

Dorchester 
Frj-er, Esq., W. E., L\i:chett-under-Poole 
*Fyler, Esq., J. W. T., Heffleton, Wareham 
Garland, Rev. G. Y., Stone House, Wim- 

bome 
Glossop, Esq., J. J., 2, Hoskett Crescent, 

Torquay 
Glyn, Esq., C. S., West Hall, Sherborne 
»Glyn, Bart., Sir R. G., Leweston, Sher- 
borne 
Glyn, Rey. C. J., Witchampton, Wim- 

bome 
»Goodden, Esq., H. C, Upwey House, 

Dorchester 
*Goodden, Esq., J., Compton House, Sher- 
borne 
*Goodden, Esq., J. R. P., CJiairman of 
Sherborne Division, Compton House, Sher- 
borne 
Goodden, Rev. W. J., Nether Compton, 

Sherborne 
Gordon, Esq., C. W., AVincombe Park, 

Shaftesbury 
Grant-Dalton, Esq., D. F., Shank's House, 

Wincanton, Somerset 
Greathed, k.c.b.. Sir E. H., Uddens, 

Wimbome 
Grosvenor, m.p.. The Right Hon. Lord 

Richard, 76, Brook Street, London, W. 
Grove, Bart., Sir T. F., Feme, Salisbury 
Groves, Esq., John, North Bowood. Xether- 
bury, Boarainster 



77 



*Guest, Esq., M.r., M. J., The Retreat, 

Bere Regis, Wareham 
Guest, Esq., T. M., Hensridge, Blandford 
Gundry, Esq., J. P. F., The Cottage, 

Bridport 
*Hfimbro, Esq., C. J. T., Milton Abbey, 

Blandford 
Hanham, Esq., T. B., Manston House, 

Blandford 
Hanham, Sir J. A., .jo,Wilton Road, London 
Harvey, Esq., R. R., Manor House, Hinton 

St. Mary, Blandford 
Hawkesworth, Esq., J. W. B., Stokeford, 

Wareham 
Henley, Esq., H. C, Leigh House, Chard, 

Somerset 
Henning, Esq., c.b., S., Frome, Whitfield, 

Dorchester 
Holford, Esq., T.. Castle Hill, Dorchester 
Hoskins, Esq., H. AY., Moorlands, Crevy- 

kerne 
Hounsell,Esq., W., Wykc's Court, Bridport 
Howard, Esq., S. L., Goldings, Loughton, 

Essex 
*Hussey, Esq., T. Highcliffe, Lympstono, 

Devon 
Huxtable, Rev. A. (Archdeacon), Sutton 

Waldron, Shaftesbury 
*Ilche.ster, The Earl of, Melbury House, 

Dorchester 
Iveddle, Esq., ji.n., S. S., Beaminster 
Kindersloy, Esq., E. L., Clyffe, Dorchester 
*Lane, Esq., Chas. P., Wimbome 
Langdon, Esq., J. C, Parrock's Lodge, 

Chard 
Lowndes, Esq., S., Charmouth 
*Mansel, Esq., G. P., Chairman of Wareham 

Division, Smedm ore, Wareham 
Mansel, Esq., A. E., Grove House, Dor- 
chester 
Marker, Esq., R., Combe, Honiton, Devon 
Marriott, Knt., Sir William Henry Smith, 

Downe House, Blandford 
Martin, P'sq., A., Manor House, Rampsham, 

Dorchester 
Matthews, Esq., P. W., Stock HiU, Gil- 

lingham 
McAdam, Esq., J. J. L., Sherborne 
Meade, Esq., J. S., Kanescombe, Torquay 
Medlycott, Esq., W. C. P., Yen, Milborae 

Port 
*Medlycott, Bart., d.c.l.. Sir W. C, Yen 

Hall, Milbornc Port, Sherborne 
Alichcl, Esq., C. E., 89, Liveraess Terrace, 

Kensington Gardens, London, AY. 
Michel, G.C.K., Sir J., Dewlish, Dor- 
chester 
Middleton, Esq , H. B., {Chairman of 
Dorchester Division), Bradford PevereU, 
Dorchester 
*Middleton, Esq., H. X., Bradford Peverell, 

Dorchester 
Miles, Esq., G. F. W., Llangattock Park 
Crickhowell, Waloi* 



78 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



* Monro, Esq., H., Ednionsham House, 
Cranboiirne 

Monro, Esq. ,H.E., Edmondsham, Cranborno 

^Montagu, Esq., J. i\I. P., Downo Hall, 
Bridport 

Munro, Esq., C, Fernhill, Charmouth 

*Nepean, Bart., Sir Molyneux Hyde, 
Loder's Court, Bridport 

Okeden, Esq., U. E. V., Turnworth, 
Blandford 

Paget, Esq., L. G.. Park Homer, Wimborno 

Palairet, Esq., H. H. Cablestock Lodge, 
Dorchester 

Parke, Esq., C. J. {Chairman of Wlmhornc 
Divisio)i), Henbxiry House, "VViraborne 

Parke, Esq., C. E., Henbury, Wimbome 

Parke, Esq., W., Littleton House, Bland- 
ford 

*Pearce, Esq., E., Somerleigb, Dorchester 

Pinney, Esq., W., Somerton, Somerset 

I'inney, Esq., E., Blackdown, Broadwinsor 

Pleydell, Esq., J. C, Mansel, AVhatcombe, 
Blandford 

Portman, Viscount [Chairman of Blandford. 
Division), Bryanston, Blandford 

*Portman, m.v., The Hon. W. H. B., Dur- 
weston, Blandford 

Portman, Esq., E. W. B., Durweston, 
Blandford 

Pretor, Esq., S. A., Belfield, Weymouth 

Kadclyffe, Esq., C. J., junr., Hyde, Bland- 
ford 

Rodgett, Esq., M., Sandford, Wareham 

Russell, Esq., T., Beaminster 

Sandwich, The Earl of, Hook Court, Bea- 
minster 

Serrell, Esq., D. H., Haddon Lodge, 
Stourton Caundle, Blandford 

Seymour, Esq., H. E. C. Ker, Hanford, 
Blandford 

Shaftesbury, k.g.. The Right Hon. the Earl 
oi{Lord Lieutenant and CnHtos-Rntulorwm), 
St. Giles' House, Cranborne, Salisbury 



[1882. 

*Sheridan, Esq., R. B., Frampton Court, 

Dorchester 
Sheridan, Esq., A. T. B., Kingston 

Russell, Dorchester 
Smith, Esq., W. J., Greenhill, Wcvmouth 
Stanford, Esq., \.Y. B., Pyt House, Tis- 

bury, Wilts 
Steward, Esq., R. 0. F,, Nottington House, 

Dorchester 
Still, Esq., J. C, The Hyde, Bridport 
Start, Esq., C. N.,Crichel House, Wimborne 
Swaffield, Esq., C. J. O., Weymouth 
Sykes, Esq., C, Weymouth 
Talbot, Esq., J. R. F. G., Rhode Hill, 

Lyme Regis 
Thornhill, Esq., M. B., Childokeford, Bland- 
ford 
Thornton, Esq., R., Frome Whitfield, 

Dorchester 
Warry, Esq., G., Upwey, Dorchester 
Webber, Esq., F. S. H., Shroton, Blandford 
WeU, Esq., C, Chideock, Bridport 
Whctham, Kiit., Sir C. {/ilderman of 

Lotidon), Bridport 
Whetham, Esq., S. W., Bridport 

* Williams, Esq., R., Bridehead House, 

Dorchester 

* Williams, Esq., M., Woolland House, 

Blandford 

*Williams, Esq., E. W., Herringstone 
House, Dorchester 

Williams, Esq., R., juni-., Bridehead House, 
Dorchester 

Wimborne, Lord, Canford Manor, Poole 

Wolverton, Lord, Hanford, Blandford 

*Wood, Esq., E. A., Osmington House, 
Weymouth 

Wynford, Lord,7, Park Place, London, S.W. 

Yeatman, Esq., fM. S. {Chairman of Stur- 
minster Division), Stock House, Sher- 
borne 

* Yeatman, Esq., H. F., West Lodge, 

Blandford 



Deputy Lieutenants not Magistrates. 



Ashley, The Hon. A. C, St. Giles's, Cran- 

bourne 
Bankes, Esq., H. N., 8, Wilton Crescent, 

Belgrave Square, London 
D'Oyley, Sir J. H., Steeploton 
Edwards, Esq., m.p., H., Weymouth 
Hambro, Esq., E. A., Abbey Milton 



Hambro, Esq., P., Abbey Milton 
Hawkins, Esq., F. B., Sewell Lodge, 

Dorchester 
RaUi, Esq., M.r., P., 17, Belgrave Square, 

London 
Tregonwell, Esq., J., Cranboume Lodge, 

Salisbury 



Chief County Of5.cials. 

Clerk of the Peace and Clerk to the Lieutenancy— T. Ffooks, Esq. (Sherborne); County 
Treasurer— C Keats, Esq. (Dorchester) ; Chief Constable— Ca-^t. Amyatt (Dorchester) ; 
County Surveyor— Vf . J. Fletcher, Esq.(AVimbome) ; Coimty Clerk— G. J. W. Andrews, Esq., 
(Dorchester); J7«//(??- ;S/t«-//— S. Symonds,Esq. (Dorchestoi) ; Coroners for the County — 
G. Symonds, Esq. (Dorchester district) : J. C. Leach, Esq. (Shaftesbury district) ; R. N. 
Howard, Esq. (Portland district) ; W. H. Atkinson, Esq. (Blandford and Wimborno 
district) ; and N. M. Loggin, Esq. (Bridport and Beaminster district). 



1882.] 



79 



The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



Dhisions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1371). 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks to Magistrates 


Annual 
Salary. 


Blandford 


51,378 


12,099 


Town HaU, Blandford [everij 
iSaturday) 


Johns & Traill, 
Blandford 


£ 
163 


Bridport . . 


90,462 


23,475 


Bridport and Beaminster (a?-j F. W. Gundry, 

fernafeh/ once a month) ■ Bridport 


198 


Ccrne 


48,363 


G,497 


Ceme Abbas (last Wednesday\ G. J. W. Andrews, 
in month) \ Dorchester 


91 


Dorchester 


114,716 


31,738 


Shire HaU, Dorchester (alt. G. Symonds, Dor- 
Sats.) and Guildhall, Mel- Chester 
combe Eegis (last Friday) 


258 


Shaftesbury 


42,101 


15,387 


Shaitashuij (erery Saturda;/) E. S. Freame, 


155 










Gilliugham 




Sherborne 


35,142 


12,622 


Sherborne (last Thursday in 


J. Trevor Davies 


135 








month) 1 Sherborne 




Stnrminster 


39,887 


11,512 


Sturminster Newton (sp.se.s.s.' E. S. Freame, 
alt. Thiirsdai/s — m7:t. days) GUlingham 


154 


Wareham . . 


98,817 


17,734 


Town HaU, Wareham (alter-] C. J. Lacey, Ware- 
nate Tuesdays) ham 


147 


Wimbome 


101,174 


21,563 


Police Court, VVimborne \a(- Kawlins & Son, 
trrnate Fridays) Wimbome Min- 
ster 


232 



Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



Authorities. 



Character of 
Authority. 



Blandford Foi'nm 

Bridport 

Dorchester 

Lyme Eegis 

Poole 

Portland 

Shaftesbury 

Sherborne 

Swanage 

WAreham. 

Weymonth and Mel. Eegis 



Ijocal board 
Municipal borough 
Municipal borough 
Improvement com. 
Municipal borough 
Local board 
Municipal borough 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Municipal borough 



Population | Rateable 
(18S1). j Value (1881). 



Names of Clerks. 



3,753 
6,790 
7,568 
2,296 
12,303 
10,046 
2,.312 
5,053 

2,112 
13,704 



£ 

8,935 
22,068 
20,027 

9,706 
.34,666 
19,000 

4,761 
13,277 

6,529 

4,496 
49,437 



S. TraUl 

F. W. Gundry 

G. Symonds 

D. Channon 
H.W. Dickinson 

E. N. Howard 
W. E. Burridge 
S. W. Chandler 
James Eoe 

F. G. C. FilUter 
PeUy Hooper 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



Unions 
and Authorities. 



Beaminster 

Blandford . . 

Bridport 

Ceme 

Dorchester 

Poole 

Shaftesbury 

Sherborne . . 

Sturminster 

Wareham, &c. 

Weymonth . . 
Wimbome, &c. 



Area. 
Acres. 



53,764 
57,271 
33,187 
48,363 
68,564 
24,552 
36,493 
40,018 
37,934 

96,309 

34,174 
81,163 



Popula- 


Rateable 


tion 


value 


(1881). 


(1881). 




£ 


11,474 


71,305 


13,735 


79,607 


14,799 


78,431 


6,496 


56,033 


18,395 


109,178 • 


18,695 


24,225 


12,663 


78,374 


12,696 


79,857 


10,052 


73,459 


16,946 


75,794 


31,995 


47,472 


16,990 


84,072 



Names o Chairmen. 



Lieut. -Col. Cos 

Eev. Jas. Penny 

W. Elswood 

C. B. StUey 

J. Floyer, m.p. 

C. Paterson 

G. Parham 

Eev. E. Messitcr 

Capt. Hanham, r.k 
J Earl of Eldon (P.L 
i W. M. Calcratt (E.f 

Col. Swaffield 

C.J.Parke.. 



A.) 
;.A.) 



Names of Clerks. 



E. Leigh 

F. T. Johns 

E. Cor nick 

G. J. W. Andrews 

A. H. Lock 
J. Slade 
G. Genge 
S. Jelfs 

B. Cheesman 

F. FUliter 

G. B. Welsford 
F. H. Tanner 



80 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

School Boar is. 



[1882. 







J'opula- 






Boai-as. 


Unions of 


tion 


^1 


Names of Clerks. 






(1881). 


A 3 




Botlienliampton 


Bridport . . 


572 


5 


Stephen Ackerman 


Buckhorn Weston 


Wincanton 


659 


5 


J. Feltham 


Caundli; Purse 


Sherborne 


176 


5 


H. Harris 


Chamiouth 


Axminster 


644 


5 


G. Pavey (Hon.) 


(//) Chideock 


Bridport . . 


674 


5 


E. Kendell 


]''ifeliead Magdalen . . 


Sturminster 


206 


5 


B. Cheesman 


{1)) Gillingliam 


Shaftesbiu-y 


3,293 


5 


J. Slieppard 


[h) Haiidiey 


Whnborne and 
Cranborne 


1,1C2 


5 


H. W. Uibbcn 


{h) Kinson 


Poole 


1.92 i 


5 


H. W. Dibben 


[h) Lyteliett Matravers 


Poole 


692 


5 


H. D. Foot 


ih) Mordcii 


Wareham and 
Purbeck 


826 


5 


J. J. Lawrence 


(7;) Stower Provost . . 


Sliaftesbury 


726 


5 


Jas. Burbidge 


{/)) Stratton 


Dorchester 


341 


5 


W. Chick 


(/;) Sturmmstei- Marshall . . 


Wimborue and 
Cranborne 


847 


5 


V. H. Tanner 


Swyre 


Bridport . . 


213 


5 


Eev. O.S.Smith (rV, re.) 


ih) Wareham (U.D.) 


Wareham and 
Purbeck 


3,024 


5 


W. J. Pike 


(h) West Chickerell 


Weymouth . . ' 


812 


5 


E. N. Howard 


(b) WmterborneZelston&AlmerlU.D) 


Blandford . . ..'• 


333 


5 


W. Burtjess {ffnu.) 



The Militia Force. 



The Dorset Militia For. 



is comprised in the ord I'attalion of the Dorsetshke Light Infantry 
(late Territorial Eegunent— 39th and 54th Foot). Eegimental District, No. 39. Depot, Dorchester. 
Headquarters, Dorchester. Hon. Colonel, E. H. Bingham ; Lieut.-Colonel, Angus W. Hall : 
.Adjutant, Captain H. H. Mathias. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Dorset Volunteer Force consists of one corps of Yeomanry Cavaky (Queen's Omi). 
JIaximum strength of establishment, 320 of all ranks. Headquarters, Dorchester. Lieut. -Colonel 
(Commandant, Lord Eichard Grosvenor; Adjutant, Captain Hon. E. Vesey. Four batteries of 
Artillery attached to the 1st Ad. Brigade of Hants Artillery Volunteers, and one adnmiistrative 
battalion of Eifles. The maximum strength of the Force (exclusive of Yeomam-y), is 1,1S0 of 
all ranks. 



COUNTY (PALATINE) OF DURHAM. 

A MARITIME county on tlie north-east const of England, bounded on the south and soutli- 
west by the river Tees, which divides it from Yorkshire. The western extremity of the county 
abuts upon Westmoreland and Cumberland, and on the north the rivers Derwent and Tyne 
divide it from Northumberland. Lc^n2;tli, 48 miles ; breadth, 40 miles ; drcumfercnco, 160 
miles; square miles, 973. Watered by {he rivers Tees, Tyne, Wear, and Derwont, and 
intersected by 1,800 miles of road. The railwaj' system of Durham is very extensive, and 
the lines are thickly congregated in the central portions. The North Eastei-n Railway, or 
York, Newcastle, and Berwick lines, traverses the county from south to north, associated 
with numerous branches. The West Hartlepool systen^ occupies the south-eastern districts. 
The Stockton and Darlington line (the first one constructed in England) runs along the 
southern border. The various branches of the Wear Valley Railway occupy the more 
western of the central districts, while the Pontop branch is in the north. There is also 
the Durham and Sunderland line. The Newcastle and Carlisle Railway just touches the 
northern border of the county. The highlands of the west are covered with moor and 
heath, but are rendered profitable in some degree by the rearing of a hardy breed of horsop, 
which are much valued thi-oughout England, both for draught and for the saddle. 'J'l » 



1882.] DURHAM, 81 

Dui-ham 'breed of cows raised in the fertile pastures of the valleys arc also esteemed for 
the quantity of milk which they give. The millstone grit abounds in lead mines, parti- 
cularly about Weardale and Teesdale. Lead, iron, millstone, and coal are important 
mineral products of this county. The coal fields of Dui-ham are the most valuable in the 
kingdom, the shafts of the mines descending to the greatest depth. The Monkwearmouth 
colliery is worked 1,800 feet below the surface. The county returns four members to 
Parliament, two each for the north and south divisions. It is in the north-eastern (formerly 
in the northern) circuit, the assizes being held at Durham, and constitutes part of the diocese 
of Durham and province of York. The borough representation comprises Durham (city) 
and Sunderland two members each, and Darlington, Gateshead, Soiith Shields, Stockton 
and the Hartlepools one member each. The shire has 4 wards, 269 civil parishes, lo poor- 
law unions, 13 registrv districts, 8 municipal boroughs [Darlington,* Durham* (city), 
Gateshead,* Hartlepool,* Jarrow,* South Shields,* Stockton-on-Tees,* and Sunderland*], 
30 urban sanitary authorities, 15 rural sanitary authorities, and 5 turnpike trusts. _ It 
also has one coujt of quarter sessions, and is divided into 15 petty sessional divisions 
and 4 lieutenancy sub-divisions. The boroughs of Darlington, Durham (city), Gateshead, 
.Tarrow, South Shields, Stockton-on-Tees, and Sunderland have commissions of the peace. 
The boroughs of Durham (city), Gateshead, Hartlepool, South Shields, and Sunderland 
have their own police. 

Geological Xotes.—Th.Q western part of this county consists of ranges of hiUs which 
run seaward, enclosing valleys of great fertility. These hiUs arc of miUstone grit and 
shale. The eastei-n and more level portion of the county is occupied by the magnesian 
limestone, and new red sandstone, which formations are bordered on the west by a narrow 
licit of old red sandstone. The more central districts are occupied by the coal measures, 
(rreenstone and basaltic dykes intersect the whole of these formations in the southern parts 
of the countv. 

Sititorical Notes. — Of the Roman occupation there are not so many vestiges as in 
some shires, but this county was part of Maxima Ctesariensis, and of Deira in the Saxon 
kingdom of Northumbria. It was granted to St. Cuthbert, and his successors in the see, 
as tar back as 685, and was held by the bishops as a county palatine from the Conquest 
imtil 1836, when the jurisdiction was transferred to the crown. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^-c. — The chemical manufactures are considerable ; and so are 
those of glass and earthenware. Paper-making is a trade of some extent. Ship-building, 
and the making of sails, anchors, and ropes, are largely carried on ; also timber-sawing, 
tanning, brewing, and malting. The textile manufacture includes, on a small scale, Avoollen 
and worsted stuffs, flax, linen, carpets and rugs, and some cotton working. Bricks are 
made, and there are large ironworks and machine factories. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics. — Area of county, 647,592 acres; number 
of houses (1881) : inhabited, 147,207 ; ditto uninhabited, 12,049 ; ditto building, 547; 
population (1881): males, 444,137; females, 423,449; total, 867,586; average number of 
persons to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of Parliamentary electors in 

1881 (excluding boroughs), north di\'ision, 13,233; south division, 11,603; valuation of 
county assessment (March 25th, 1881), £3,693,499; for police assessment, £2,808,480; 
received for vear by county rate (l^d.), £19,236; by police rate (2d.), £23,402; total 
receipts, £109,637 ; total expenditure, £120,648 ; amount of loans outstanding (March 25th, 
1881), £96,672. 

Police and Criminal Statistics. — The county force comprised (September 29th, 1881), 1 
chief constable (Lieut.-Col. 'White), at £600 yearly and £100 allowances ; 1 3 superintendents 
(Capt. E.A.White, f.s.a., Dep. C. C), Durham; W. Dunn, Durham; T. Banks, Bishop 
Auckland; T.Wood, Gateshead; R. Rogers, Darlington; M.Farbridge,Houghton-le-Spring; 
J. Oliver, Consett ; I. Thompson, Barnard Castle ; P. Scott, Castle Eden ; A. Scott, West 
Hartlepool; J. Bell, Stockton; J. Harrison, Jarrow ; R. Liddell, Stanhope, from £240 to 
£130 yearly ; 12 inspectors, from £116 to £100 yearly ; 79 sergeants, from 32s. 8d. to 29s. 2d. 
weekly; and 324 constables, from 27s. 5d. to 24s. 6d. weekly ; total of all ranks, 428, 
exclusive of 2 sergeants and 58 constables appointed at the cost of private persons a.nd 
commercial firms. The cost of the force in the previous year was £42,515 ; the proportion 
paid by the Government was £18,157. The area of the district is 607,818 acres. For 426 
indictable offences reported, 261 persons were apprehended, and 198 committed for trial; 
for offences determined summarily, 22,636 persons were proceeded against, and 20,061 
convicted, 9,124 persons and 8,74l'conA-ictions respectively being classed imder charges of 
drunkenness. There are 1,574 public-houses, 747 beer-houses, and 109 refreshment-houses 
within the district controlled by the force. 



* Fiife "Municipal Corporations Companion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



82 THE COUNTY COMPANIOX. [1882. 

Ayricultuntl Statistics (year ending June, 1881). — Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow, and grass, 417,941, viz.: corn, 88,705; green crops, 36,194 ; clover, grasses, &c., 
42,065; permanent pasture, &c., 231,108; hare fallow, &c., 19,864. The total number of 
horses was 17,199 ; cattle, 64,507; sheep, 190,200 ; and pigs, 8,414. 

Principal Markets, Fairs, i|-c. — Barnard Castle : Wednesdaj's — April 24, September 25, 
Darlington: Mondays — February 7 and 8, liorscs; March 4, Easter Monday, April 29, 
June 10 and 24, November 11 and 18, December 2. Durham: Saturdays, alternate 
Mondays (cattle and horses), last Friday in March, Friday before May 13, Friday before 
September 17, Whit-Tuesday, Friday on or before November 23. Gateshead: Thursdays, 
the second Monday in April, and the first jMonday in November. Hartlepool : Saturday. 
May 14, August 21, October 9, November 27. South Shields: Saturday, "Wednesday before 
and after May 1, Wednesday before and after November 11. >Si;oc^-<o« .• Wednesdays and 
Saturdays — last Wednesday in every month (cattle), last Wednesday before May 13, July 
18, November 23 (liiring). Sunderland: Saturday. 

Neivspapers. — Auckland Chronicle. Friday, Id. L. 1866. J. H. Bell & Co., Bishop 
Auckland. — Auckland Times and Herald. Friday, Id. C. 1854. W. J. Cummins, Bishoji 
Auckland. — Chester-le-Strcet Times. Saturday, Id. L. 1855. T. R. Farrow, Chester- 
le-Street. — Consett Guardian. Friday, Id. L. 1860. E. Jackson, Consett. — 
Darlington and Richmond Herald. Friday, Id. I.-L. 1873. J. 11. Bell, Darlington. — 
Darlington and Stockton Times. Saturday, Id. I.-L. 1847. M. Robson, Darlington. — 
Durham County Advertiser. Friday, 2d. L.-C. 1814. R. AV. Salkeld, Durham. — Durham. 
Chronicle. Friday, 2id. L. 1S20. W. L. Robertson, Durham. — Felling Star and 
Advertiser. Friday, M. L. 1870. G. Branch-FeUing. — Gateshead Echo. Friday, |d. 
L. 1877. J. Brymer, Grateshead. — Gateshead Observer. Saturday, Id. L. 1837. W. 
Hayward, Gateshead. — Jarroiv Express. Friday, Id. I.-L. 1870. T. Robinson, Jarrow. 
— Jarroiv Guardian. Friday, Id. L. 1872. R. Jackson, Jarrow. — North Eastern 
Independent. Saturday, Id. I.-C. 1878. J. Langhorne, Darlington. — North and South 
Shields Dailg Gazette. M. L. 1849. J. D. Fowler, Shields.— iYor^^A -SVr. DaUy, id. C. 
1880. J. Langhomc, Darlington.— iYo;-;'/(«-« ^c/io. Daily, id. L. 1870. J.H.Bell, 
Darlington. — Northern Evening Mail. Daily, ^d. C. 1877. T. H. North, Hartlepool. 
—Seaham Weekly Netvs. Friday, Id. C. I860. J.Richardson, Seaham Harbour. — 
Shields Daily News. |d. L. 1864. Whitecross, Yorke and Balleny, Shields. — -Shields 
Daily Standard. Daily, fd. N. 1880. J. Meikle, Slxields.- — South Durham Herald. 
Saturday, Id. C. 1866. T. H. North, Hartlepool. — South Durham and Cleveland 3Ier- 
eury. Wednesday and Saturday, Id. L. 1851. J. H. BeU. — Stockton Herald. Satur- 
day, Id. I. 1857. D. Craig, Stockton. — Stockton Journal. Saturday, Id. N. 1880. 
W. T. Seymoiu-. — Sunderland Daily Shipping News. Id. N. 1865. Carr and Cave, 
Sunderland. — Sunderland Daily Echo. M. L. 1873. G. Howitt, Sunderland. — Sunder- 
land Daily Post. ^-d. C. 1877. D. Nisbet, Sunderland. — Sunderland Daily Herald. 
Id. L. 1831. Carr and Cave, Sunderland. — Sunderland Sentinel. Saturday, Id. L.-C. 
1878. W. Williams, Sunderland ; and iS'wwrZertojf? ?F<;e/.% r«wc«. Friday, Id. L. 1837. 
G. Howitt, Sunderland. — -Teesdale Mercury. Wednesday, Id. I. 1854. R. W. Atldn- 
son, Barnard Castle. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Right Hon. the Makquess of Londoxderry, k.p. 

Higli Sheriff (1881-2). 
Matthew Kearney, Esq., The Ford, Lanchester. 

Members of Parliament. 

North. Division. — Chas. M. Palmer, Esq. (l). Sir George Elliott, Bt. (c). 
South Division. — Jos. W. Pease, Esq. (l). Hon. F. AY. Lamrton (l). 

Chairman and ATice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 

Holden at Durham. 

J. L. Whartox, Esq., Chairman. Rev. G. P. Wilkinson, Vice-Chairman. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 



Abbs, Esq., H. C, Cleadon Hall, near 

Sunderland 
Adamson, Esq., L. W., AVhitley, Newcastle- 

on-Tyne 
Allhusen, Esq., C, Stoke Court, Slough 
Allison, Col. J. J., Roker, Sunderland 



Allison, Esq., W. H., Undercliffe, near 

Sunderland 
Anderson, Esq., C. W., Sea A'iew, South 

Shields 
Annandalo, Esq., J., jun., The Briary, 

Shotley Bridge 



1882.] DUEHAM. 

Aylmer, Esq., G. P. V., Walworth Castle, 

Darlington 
Backhouse, Esq., E., Middlcton Lodge, 

Darlington 
Backhouse, Esq., C. J., St. John's, near 

Wolsingham, Daiiington 
Barrett, Eev. H., North Bailey, Durham 
Beckwith, Capt. H. J., Silksworth House, 

Sunderland 
Beckwith, Esq., John, Silksworth House, 

Sunderland 
*Bell, Esq., I. L., Eownton Grange, 

Northallerton 
Bell, Esq., E. H., The Lawe, South Sliields 
*Bell, Esq., C. W., Bramblehurst, East 

Grinstcad, Sussex 
Beaumont, Esq., m.p., AV. B.,Bretton Park, 

Wakefield 
Bethune, Eev. A., Chairman of Seahaon 

Harbour Bench, Seaham, Sunderland 
Blair, Esq., G. Y., Stockton-on-Tees 
Blenlvinsopp,Esq., G. I., Leaton,Hopp viand 

Park, Bishop Auckland 
Boville, Esq., E. C. , Willington, Burton-on- 

Trent 
Boyd, Esq., E. F., Moor House, Durham 
*Boyne, Vis. , Brancejjeth Castle, Durham 
Bradshaw,Esq.,T. J., South Bailey, Durham 
Bramwell, Esq., H.,CrownEastCt., Worcester 
*Briggs, Esq., C. J., Hylton Castle, Sun- 
derland 
Browell, Esq., E. J. J., East Boldon House, 

near Newcastle-on-Tyne 
Buchanan, Esq., J., Hebbiu-n-on-Tyne 
Burden, Eev. J., Castle Eden 
Bm-don, Esq., C, Castle Eden 
Burden, Esq., E., Castle Eden 
Biu-rell, Esq., E. A., Fairthorn, Botley, 

Southampton 
Capper, Esq., E. H., The North Gate, St. 

Weonard's, Hereford 
Castleroagh, Viscount, Wynyard Park, 

Stockton-on-Tees 
*Chaytor, Esq., H. , Witton Castle, Bishop 

Auckland 
Cochrane, Esq., A. H., Aldwark Manor,. 

Easingwold, Yorks. 
Cookson, Esq., J., Neasham Hall, Dar- 
lington 
Daglish, Esq., J., Marsden, South Shields 
Dale, Esq., D., West Lodge, Darlington 
Dale, Esq., J. B., Westoe, South Shields 
Davison, Esq., T., South Stoneham, Hants 
De Pledge, Eev. J. P., Satley, Darlington 
Dickinson, Esq., E., Shotley House, 

Shotley Bridge 
Drewett, Esq., D. O., Eiding Mill, Nor- 
thumberland 
*Eden, Bart., Sir William, Windlestone 

HaU, Ferryhill 
*Eden, Esq., J., Beamish Park, Chester-le- 

Street 
*Ellison, Esq . , E . Carr, D unst onHill, Gat esh' d 



83 



Elliot, Bart., m.p., Sir G., Houghton Hall, 

Fence Houses 
Eminson, Esq., J. B., Seaham Harbour 
Ettrick, Esq., A., North Hylton, Sunderland 
*Fawcett, Esq., J., Chairman of Jjurhani 

Bench, North Bailey, Durham 
Fectham, Esq., J., Whinfield, Haughton- 

le-Skerne, Darlington 
Fenwick, Esq., J. C. J., Chilton Hall, 

Ferryhill 
*Fife-Cookson, Lieut. -Col. Johi. Ccokson. 

V^^litellill Park, Chester-le-Streel 
Ford, Eev. C. H., Chn. of Stockton-on-Ieta 

Bench, Bishopton Vicarage, Stockton-on 

Tees 
Forstei-, Esq., C. F. , Hebburn-on-Tyne 
Fowler, Esq., M., Preston HaU, Stockton- 
on-Tees 
Fowler, Esq., E. 
Fryer, Esq., Joseph 
Gerard, Esq., E., Pecknell, Lartington, 

Barnard Castle 
Goddard, Esq., D. H., Chester-le-Street 
*Gouidey, Esq., m.p., E. T., Sunderland 
Gourley, Esq., m.d., S., West Hartlupool 
Gray, Eev. Canon E. H., Wolsingham 

Eectory 
Gra}', Esq., W., Greatham Cottage, West 

Hartlepool 
Greenwell, Esq., F., South Bailey, Durham. 
Green-well, Eev. Canon, W., North Bailey, 

Durham 
Grcsloy, Esq., E. A. Douglas, High Park, 

Droitwich 
Grey,Esq. ,H. A. , HurworthHall, Darlington 
Grey, Esq., J., Parklands, Stroud 
Hali, Colonel G., Heighington, Darlington 
Harrison, Eev. W. G., Easington Eectory, 

Castle Eden Station 
*Hartley, Esq., J., Ashbrooke, Sunderland 
*Hay, Esq., G. J., Hilton Manor, Yarm 
Hay^ Esq., E. H., Farfield Hall, Adding- 

ham, Yorks, W.E. 
Headlam, Esq., AI., North Bailej-, Durham 
Hedley, Esq., Geo., Bumhopeside Hall, 

CO. Durham 
*Henderson, Esq., J., LeazesHo., Durham 
*Hildyard, Esq., J. E. W., Chn. of Stanhope 

Bench, Horsley, Stanhope, Darlington 
Hodgson, Esq., E., Sedgwick Hall, 

Hartlepool 
Hodgson, Esq., G., Gainford, Darlington 
Hodgson, Esq. ,E.W., North Dene, Gateshead 
Hopkins, Esq., W. E. I., Grey Towers, 

Middlesborough 
Home, Capt. G., Barnard Castle 
Hudson, Esq., G., Chn. of Sunderland Bench, 

Monkwearmouth Grange, Sunderland 
Hudson, Esq., E. M., Shotton Hall, Castle, 

Eden Station 
Hustler, Esq., W. T., Acklam Hall, 

Middlesborough 
Hutchinson, Esq., T., Gundon House, 

Seaton Carew 



84 



THE COUJS'TV COMPANION'. 



Hutchinson, Esq., Trovenen, Stocktou- 

on-Tces 
•Jackson, Esq., W. C. Ward, Greatham 

Hall. West Hartlepool 
Jenkins,Esq.,W.,Consett Hall, Co. Durham 
Jobson, Esq., J., Bishop Auckland 
Johnson, Lt.-Col. E., Chnirman of Chculcr-lc- 

Strcct Bench, Deanery, Chester-le-Street 
Johnson, Esq., H. K. A., Chairman of 

Hoiicjhton-le-Spring Bench, Bishoijwcar- 

niouth, Sunderland 
Johnson, Esq., C. G., Oakwood, Croft, 

Darlington 
Johnson, Esq.,E,.S., Shei-hurnHall,Durham 
Johnstone, Esq., J. C. H., Manston House, 

near Leeds 
*Kearney, Esq., M., Chairman of Lanchcstcr 

Bench, The Eord, Lanchester, Durham 
Kidson, Esq., J., Gray Road, Sunderland 
Laing, Esq., J., Thornhill, Sunderland 
Lamb, Esq., R. O., Gibside, Lintz Green, 

Newcastle-on-Tyno 
Lange. Esq., W. J. M., Whitburn, 

Sunderland 
Laycock, Esq., R., Hallgarth House, Win- 

laton, Blaydon-on-Tyne 
Leslie, Esq., A., Hebburn, Jarrow-on-Tyno 
*Lipscomb, Rev. H. C, Chn. of Barnnrd- 

Caiftle Bench, Staindrop, Darlington 
*Londonderry, Marquis of, k. p. (Lord 

LieidcnantJ, Wynyard Park, Stockton- 
on-Tees 
Mann, Esq., P. C, Seaham Harbour 
Maynard, Esq., A. L., Newton HalI,Durham 
Mayor, Rev. W., Chn. of Castle Eden Bench, 

Thornley Vicarage, Trimdon Grange 
Meynell, Esq., E. J., Old Elvet, Durham 
Michell, Esq., J., Forcett Park, Darlington 
Milbank, Esq., M., Thorp Perrow, Bedalo 
Mills, Esq., J., Newham Gi'ange, near 

Stockton-on-Tees 
Moore, Esq., G., Hartlepool 
Morritt, Esq., R. A., Rokeby Park, 

Barnard-castle 
Morton, Esq., H. T., Biddick, Chester-le- 
Street 
*Mowbray, Bart., m.p.. Right Hon. Sir 

J. R., Warrenes Wood, Mortimer, 

Reading, Berks 
Nelson, Esq., Ralph 
Nicholson, Esq., W., Nicholson House, 

Bi sh opwearmouth 
Nicholson, Esq., J., Bishopwoarmouth 
(3rd, Esq., W., Bishopwearmouth, Sunder- 
land 
Ord, Esq., W., jun., Bishopwearmouth 
Ord, Esq., R., Sands Hall, Sedgefield, 

Ferry hill 
Palmer, Esq., A. M., Jesmond High 

Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne 
* Palmer, Esq., m.p., C. M., Gr inkle Park, 

Saltburn-hy-the-Sea 
P;ittinson, Esq., W. W., Felling House, 

viatcshead 



Shotley Bridge, 
3 Willows, West 



[1882. 



Pease, Esq., m.p., J. W.,Hutton Hall, near 

Guisboro' 
Pease, Esq., H. F., Brinkburn, Dailington 
*Pemberton, Esq., R. L., Hawthorn Tower, 

Seaham, Co. Durham 
Perkins, Esq., C, Kirkley Hall, North- 
umberland 
Perkins, Esq., C. F., Birtley Hall, Chester- 
le-Street 
*Pottinger, Bart., Sir H., Hermitage, 

Choster-le-Street 
Priestman, Esq., J., 

Blackhill 
Pyman, Esq., G., Tb 

Hartlenool 
Raine, Esq.,W.S. 
Ravensworth, The Earl of, Ravensworth 

Castle, Gateshead 
Redraayne, Esq., J. M., South Dene, 

Gateshead 
Richardson, Esq., E., Sunderland 
Ricliardson, Esq., J., Potto Hall, Swainby, 

Northallerton 
*Richardson, Esq., m.p., T., Kirklevington, 

Yarm 
Richardson, Esq., W. H., Monkton Lodge, 

Jarrow-on-TjTie 
Robei-tson, Esq., William Law, Durham 
*Robinson, Esq.,W. R., Cockayne, Hatley, 

Sand)', Bedfordshire 
Robinson, Esq., S., Hartlepool 
■*Salvin, Esq., M. C, Burn Hall, Durham 
Salvin, Esq., H. T. T., Cro.Mdale, Durham 
Scarth, Esq., W. T., Staindrop House, 

Darlington 
Scott, Esq., J., Ford Hall, Sunderland 
*Scurfield, Esq., G. J ., Chairman of Barling - 

ton Bench, Hm'worth House, Darlington 
Shafto, Rev. A. Duncombe, Branccpeth 

Rectory, Durham 
Shafto, Esq., T. Duncombe, Whitworth 

Park, Ferryhill 
Sheppee, Lt.-Col. F. F., Picktree House, 

Chestei'-le-Street 
Shields, Esq., John, Western Lodge, 

Durham 
Shortridge, Esq., R., Cleadon Meadows, 

South Shields 
Silvin-top, Esq., H. C, Minsteracres, Riding 

iNIill, Northumberland 
Slater, Rev. H., Tho Glebe, Riding Mill- 

on-T}Tie 
Smith, Esq., E. Lcadbitter, Flass Hall, 

Durham 
Smith, Rev. J.W., DinsdaleRty., Darlington 
Smith, Esq., H.,The Chesnuts, Leamington 
Smith, Esq., E. Taylor, Colpike Hall, Lan- 
chester, Durham 
Smith, Esq., G. Fothergill, Stockton-on- 
Tees 
Smith, Esq., G. G. Taylor, Broadwood 

Park, Lanchester, Durham 
Smithson.E.sq., S., Heigliington, Darlington 
Suiy the, Bart., Sir C.F.,Actou Burnell, Salop 



1882. J DURHAM. 

Sowerby, Esq., J. P., Stokesley, North- 
allerton 

Sowerby, Esq., T. C. J., Snow HaU, Dar- 
lington 

Spencer, Esq., H., "Woodlands, Warbling- 
ton, Hants 

Stapylton, Esq., H., Sniperley, Durham 

Stevenson, Esq., m.p., J. C, South Shields 

Stobart, Esq., W., Norton Convers, Eipon 

Stobart, Esq.,W. C, Spellow Hiil,Borough- 
bridge, Yorks 

*Straker, Esq., J., Stagshaw House, Cor- 
bridge, Northumberland 

*Surtees, Col. C. F., Mainsforth Hall, 
Eerryhill 

*Surtees, Esq., W. E., Tainfield, Taunton, 
Somersetshire 

*Surtees, Esq., H. E., Eedworth Hall, 
Darhngton 

Sutton, Esq., J. S., Elton Hall, Stockton- 
on-Tees 

Talmadge, Esq., A. H., Cecil Lodge, Sneyd 
Park, Bristol 

Thompson, Esq., m.p., T. C, AshdoAvn 
Park, East Grinstead 

Town, Esq., A., Shotley Grove, Durham, 
Chairman of Consett Bench 

*Trotter, Esq., H. J., Langton Grange, via 
Darlington 

*Waldy,"Esq., T. "W., Chairman of Stockton- 
on-Tees Bench, Egglescliffe, Yarm 

Waldy, Capt. E. G., Egglescliffe, Yarm 

Walker, Esq., E. C, Owton Manor, West 
Hartlepool 

Walker, Esq., T., Staincliffe, SeatonCarew, 
West Hartlepool 

Wallas,Ecv.G.I.,Ecctorj',Bamstaple, Devon 



35 



Deputy-Lieutenants 

Allan, Esq., G. J., Blackwell Grange, 

Darlington 
Bowes, Esq., J.,Streatlam Castle, Darlington 
Clayton, Esq., W. C, Lincoln's Inn, London 
Cleveland, k.g., Duke of, Eaby Castle, 

Darlington 
Cochrane, Esq., B.E. A. ,LongnorHall, Salop 
Dodds, Esq., m.p., J., Eagworth, Stockton- 
on-Tees 
Fenwick, Esq.,G. J.,Cragside,Boumemouth 
Horn, Esq., F., Bishopwearmouth 
Johnson, Esq., F.D., Avkleyheads, Durham 
Liddell, k.c.b., Hon. 'Sir A. F. O., 49, 
Eutland Gate, London, S.W. 



Wallis, Esq., E., Old Eidley, Stocksfield- 

on-Tyne 
♦Webster, Esq., CM., Pallion Hall, Sun- 
derland 
♦Webster, Esq., H. R., Morton House, 

Fence Houses 
*"\Vharton, Esq., J. L., Chairman of Quarter 

Sessions, Brainham, Tadcaster 
Wharton, Eev.W. F.,BarninghamEectory, 

Darlington 
Wilkinson, Eev. G. P., Chairman of Bishop 

A'lckland and Wolsingham Benches, Har- 

perley Park, ^^ia Darlington 
*Wilkinson, Esq., A., Durham 

* Wilkinson, Esq., A., Sheraton, Castle 
Eden Station 

Wilkinson, Esq., P. S., Mount Oswald, 

Durham 
Wilkinson, Eev. E. A., Tudhoe Vicarage, 

Durham 
♦Williamson, Bart., Sir H., Whitburn Hall, 

vSunderland 
Wilson, Esq., m.p., I., Nunthorpe Hall, 

MiddJesborough 
Wilson, Esq., J. G., Qiffe Hall, Darlington 
*Wood, Esq., T., Muswell Hill, London 
Wood, Esq., L., Southill, Chester-le-Street 
Wood, Esq., C. L., Freeland, Bridge of 

Earn, N.B. 
Wood, Esq., Nicholas, 7, Tilney Street, 

London 
Wooler, Esq., W. A., Sadbcrge HaU, 

Darlington 
Wrightson, Esq.,T., Norton Hall, Stockton- 
on-Tees 

* Young, Esq., W. J., Woh-iston House, 
Stockton-on-Tees 

not Magistrates. 

Liddell, Hon. A. C. J., The Grange, Whit- 
tingham, Alnwick 

Milbank, Esq., m.p., F. A., Thorp Perrow, 
Bedale 

Milbank, Esq., A. S., Bamingham Park, 
Darlington 

Shafto, Esq., E. Duncombe, Whit worth 
Park, Ferryhill 

Trotter, Esq., J., Stockton-on-Tees 

Vane, Esq., H. M., 74, Eaton Place, 
London, S.W. 

VTiite, Lt.-Col. G. F., Old El vet, Durham 

Williamson, Esq., V. A., 9, Lower Bel- 
grave Street, Eaton Square, London 



CMef County Officials. 

Cleric of the Peace, Ealph Simey, Esq. (Durham) ; Clerh to the Lieutenancy, John Trotter, 
Esq. (Stockten-on-Tees) ; County Treamirer, J. Edmund Backhouse, Esq. (Durham) ; Chief 
Constable, Lieut.-Col. G. F. White (Durham) ; Deputy Chief Constable, Capt. E. A. White 
(Durham); Under Sherif, A. W. Granger, Esri. (Durham) :Co?in^v 'S'itryeyor, Wm. Crozier, Esq. 
(Durham) ; County Analyst, W. F. K. Stock, Esq. (Darlington) ; County Coroner, J. Graham, 
Esq. (Sunderlandl,Vor Chester Ward; Thos. Dean, Esq. (Bishop Auckland), for Darlington 
Ward; C. Ma-sTiard, Esq. (Durham), for Easington Ward: J. Settle, Esq. (Stockton), /or 
Stockton Ward. Chancellor of County Palatine, J. Fleming, Esq., Q.C. ; Attorney General, 
J. B. Aspinall, Esq., Q.C. ; Solicitor General, G. Bruce, Esq. ; Begistrar, A. O. Smith, Esq. 



86 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



[1882. 



Divisions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks to 
Magistrates. 


Annual 
Value. 


Chester Ward 


42,539 


68,872 


South Shields(ei'er?/ Tuesday) 


J.M.Moore, South 


£ 

225 


(East) 






Gateshead [every Tuesday) 


Shields ; W.Harle, 
Newcastle 




Chester Ward 


21,454 


19,823 


Chester -le-Street (alternate 


E. F. Middleton, 


280 


(Middle) 






W'filiirsdaiiH) 


Durliam 




Chester Ward 


67,181 


59,502 


Lanchestcr {alt. Thursdays), 


A. W. Granger, 


70O 


(West) 






Consett [alt. Mondays) 


Durham 




Bishop Auckland 


60,845 


69,802 


Bishop Auckland [every Mon- 


R. Bowser, Bishop 


750 


(fom. Darlington 






day and Thursday) 


Auckland 




N. W. Ward) 












Darlington Ward 


49,120 


10,505 


Darlington [alternate Mon- 


Hugh Dunn, Dar- 


118 


(South East) 






days) 


lington 




Darlington Ward 


80,585 


15,203 


Barnard Castle (2w(Z and last 


Thompn. Richard- 


160 


(South West) 






Wednesdays) 


son, Barnard 
Castle 




Darlington Ward 


98,385 


19,155 


Stanhope (3«Z Friday) 


John Thompson, 


109 


(Stanhope) 








Stanliope 




Durham Ward . . 


54,596 


61,343 


Durham (every /Saturday) . . 


J. G. WHson, 
Durham 


700 


Easington Ward 


19,642 


29,617 


Houghton-le- Spring (alt. 


C. Kidson, Sunder- 


384 


(North) 






Wednesdays) 


land, & D. Miller, 
Houghton-le-Spring 




Easington Ward 


32,564 


29,121 


Castle Eden [alt. Saturdays) 


Wni. W. Brunton, 


425 


(South) 








Castle Eden 




Easington Ward 


8,826 


15,054 


Seaham Harbour [every 4th 


R.K.A.Ems,B.A., 


139 


(Seaham Harbour) 






Friday) 


Seaham Harbour 




Easington Ward 


10,173 


14,653 


Sunderland (every Saturday) 


Charles Kidson, 


249 


(Sunderland) 








Sunderland 




Hartlepool 


21,237 


26,804 


West Hartlepool [every Mon- 
day, Wednesday & Friday) 


Thomas Belk, 
Hartlepool 


580 


Stockton Ward 


35,278 


6,444 


' 






(North East) 






Stockton-on-Tees (alternate 


Heni-y G. Faber, 


136 


Stockton Ward 


27,227 


5,392 


Wednesdays) 


Stockton-on-Tees 




(South West) 






' 






Wokingham 


21,938 


7,900 


Wolsingham (\st Tuesday) 


J. P. Dolplim,Wols- 
ingham 


153 



Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



Authorities. 



Character of 
Authority. 



Barn.ard Castle 
Bentieldside 

Bishop Auckland . . 

Blaydon 

Brandon and Byshottlcs 

Consett 

Darlington 

Dawdon 

Durham 

FeUing 

Gateshead . . 
Hartlepool . . 
Hebburn 



Houghton-le-Sprinj 
Jarrow 



Local board 
Local board 

Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Municipal borough 
Local board 

Municipal borough 
Local board 

Municipal borough 
Municipal borough 
Local board 

Local board 
Municipal borough 



Population 
(1881). 



Rateable 
Value (1881). 



4,544 
5,695 

10,087 
10,689 
10,850 

7,162 
35,102 

7,638 

14,932 
17,137 

65,873 
12,684 
12,241 

6,041 
25,531 



£ 
11,739 

14,497 

31,795 
39,430 
40,996 
24,(573 
155,325 
28,115 

57,337 
59,147 

223,117 
26,729 
48,302 

21,572 
62,644 



Names of Clerks. 



J. Nixon 

John Booth, Shotley 
Bridge 

J. T. Proud 

H. Dalton 

J. G. Wilson, Durham 

T. W. Welford, jun. 

H. Dunn 

H. B. Wright, Seaham 
Harbour 

W. Marshall 

George Bolam, Gates- 
head 

J. W. Swinburne 

Thos. Belk 

T. G. Mabane, South 
Shields 

Legge & Miller 

W. S. Daghsh 



1882.] 



DURHAM. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities — continued. 



87' 



Authorities. 


Character of 
Authority. 


Population 
(1881). 


Rateable 
Value (1881). 


Names of Clerks. 


Leadgate 


Local board 


4,279 


£ 
12,854 


M. Coupland, Shotley 
Bridge 


Middleton-Lu-Stranton . . 


Local board 


1,216 


5,500 


J. B. Strover, W. 
Hartlepool 


Ryton 


Local board 


4,568 


27,844 


H. Dalton, Blaydon 


Seaton Carew 


Local board 


935 


3,457 


Jno. Wilson, \V. Hartle- 
pool 
J. T. Proud, Bishop 


Shildon & East TMckley 


Local board 


8,704 


27,000 










Auckland 


South Shields 


Municipal borough 


56,922 


168,110 


J. M. Moore 


South wick 


Local board 


8,207 


19,717 


J. C. Wilford, Sunder- 
land 


Spennymoor 


Local board 


5,917 


11,780 


W. B. Dyson 


Stanhope . . 


Imprvmnt. Comms. 


1,840 


3,500 


J. Thompson 


Stockton-on-Tees . . 


Municipal borough 


41,040 


137,683 


H. G. Faber 


Sunderland 


Miinicipal borough 


116,262 


387,200 


W. SnowbaU 


Throston 


Local board 


3,472 


17,015 


R.H.Young,W. Hartle- 
pool 


Tow Law . . 


Local board 


7,900 


11,300 


J. Emerson 


West Hartlepool . . 


Impn'nint. Comms 


28,167 


101,016 


W. W. Brunton 


Whickham . . 


Local board 


7,975 


28,748 


T. Lambert 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



Unions 
and Authorities. 



Auckland . . 
Chester -le-Street . . 

DarUngton 

Durham 
Easington . . 
Gateshead . . 
Hartlepool P.L.A.) 
(K.S.A.) 
Houghton-le-Spriuf 
Lauchester 
Sedgeiield 

South Shields 

Stockton . . 

Sunderland 

Teesdale 

Weardale . . 



Area 
Acres. 



I Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 



58,209 
34,799 

65,705 

44,357 
38,031 

26,282 
20,680 
16,523 
16,234 
67,181 
.1 45,307 

. 15,775 

.' 37,879 
.1 11,497 
.' 178,346 



83,572 

47,673 

64,564 
41,102 
105,479 
48,642 
2,168 
33,927 
57,872 
17,103 

103,303 

51,245 

139,376 

20,778 



96,304 17,542 



Rateable 
Value 
(1881). 



£ 
[356,706 
179,781 

312,629 

289,205 
165,546 
380,036 
193,974 
29.136 
137,193 
244,874 
109,000 

388,615 

245,272 

486,560 

173,678 

78,268 



Names of Chairmen. 



Names of Clerks. 



Ealph Pe^-rrill . . . . : T. D. Bmce 

G. E. Forster . . . . R. Dickinson 

fJ.Feetham,.T.P.(P.L.A.)| y. Hod-son 

I J. W. Eastwood ^K.S. A.I J '^ iioa^son 

T. Crawford . . . . W. Lisle 

Kev. A. Bethune . . . . J. Dote 

E. S. Hiudmarsh.. .. S. Eobson 

R. C. Walker . . . . W. KUvington 



T. W. A. Robinson 

G. F. Taylor Smith 

Jos. Flavell 
f J. Henderson (P.L.A.) ) 
Ie. J. J. BroweU (R.S.A.) j 

E. G. Waldv 
f G. C. Pecket (P.L.A.) ) 
t John N. Lawson (R.S.A.) J 

M. Headlam 

J. C. Cain . . 



J. R. Legge 
W. H. Ritsou 
R. F. Middleton 

T. Binks 

J. Robinson 

S. S. Hodgson 

G. Bainbridge,Bar- 

nard Castle 
J. Lee,Wolsiagham 



School Boards. 



Boards. 



Daelington . . 
Durham 

Gateshead 

Hartlepool . . 

Hedwortb, (Hedworth, Monkton & 
J ARROW) (U.D.) 



Union of 



Municipal borough 



Popula- 
tion 
(ISSl.) 



Names of Clerks 



35,10-2 
14,932 
65,873 
12,684 
24,361 



F. T. Steavenson 

R. Peele 

E. J. Harding 

R. Eager 

G Mason 



88 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 
ScllOOl Boards — continued. 



[1882. 







Popula- 


C ?J 




Boards. 


Union of 


tion 


1i 


Names of Olcrks. 






(1871). 




80UTH Shiklds 


]\Iunicipal l,orough 


5G,n23 


11 


G. A. Tate 


Stockton-on-Tees . . 


J, 


41,040 


9 


H. G. Faher 


Sunderland . . 


,, 


116,262 


15 


T. W. Biyers 


{h) Barmston . . 


Chester-le-Street 


703 


4 


E. Dickenson 


(h) Benfieldside 


Lanchester 


4,432 


7 


E. G. Barclay 


(b) Boldon 


South Shields . . 


3,o'.n 


7 


T. Tinley Dale 


(5) Cassop . . 


Durham . . 


640 


6 


J. Chambers 


\b) Cbilton 


Sedgefield.. 


643 


5 


Ealph. Salkeld 


(fc)Comerley 


Lanchester 


3,823 


5 


W. W. Thompson 


(h) Cornforth (U.D.) 


Sedgeficl.l 


1,553 


5 


J. Chambers 


if)) Cowpen Bewley and Billingliam 


Stockton . . 


2,4S5 


7 


J. W. Lofts 


(U.D.) 










(h) Coxhoe 


Durham . . 


3,749 


5 


C. E. Barnes 


Crook and BUly-Eow (U.D.) . . 


Auckland . . 


15J34 


7 


E. Dixon 


{b) Croxdale (U.D.) 


Durham . . 


1:710 


7 


W. J. Malcolm 


(6) Edmondbvers 


Weardale . . 


352 


5 


W. Eeadshaw 


(i) Elvet St. Oswald 


Durham . . 


1,038 


5 


J. Chambers 


Ford 


Sunderlnnd 


2,477 


5 


A. E. Gales 


(6) Framwellgate St. Oswald 


Durham . . 


2,355 


5 


C. E. Baraes 


(b) Fulwell 


Sunderland 


318 


5 


J. C. Wilford 


(ft) Great and Little Uswortla 


Chester-lc-Street 


4,209 


5 


F. Harle 


(h) Greencroft 


Lanchester 


2,000 


5 


W. W. Thompson 


[b] Heak-yfield & Cold Eowley (U.D.) 


Lanchester 


735 


5 


E. V/ard 


<b] Heworth 


Gatesher.d 


17,137 


7 


G. Bolam 


[b) Hylton 


Sunderland 


1,533 


5 


F. J. McKenzie 


('')Kyo 


Lanehestev 


4,06S 


5 


W. H. Eitson 


(6) Medomsley . . 


Lanchestci- 


3,734 


7 


M. Coui)land 


Middlestone . . 


xVuckland . . 


482 


5 


J. Eeed 


Middleton-iii-Teesdale 


Teesdale . . 


2,380 


5 


J. Ilyslop 


Muggleswick 


Lanchester 


1,322 


5 


J. Liddell 


{b) Newbottle 


Houghtiin-le-itc. . 


; 4,740 


5 


J. E. Legge 


North Bedburn 


Auckland . . 


2,305 


5 


D. Calvert 


Norton 


Stockton . . 


3,195 


5 


J. Eobinson 


(b) Pensbaw and Offerton (U.D.) . . 


Houghton-le-ctc. . 


2,605 


5 


J. E. Legge 


\b) Quan-ington 


Diu'ham . . 


865 


5 


W. Herbert 


Soutliwick 


Sunderland 


S,17S 


7 


J. C. Wilford 


Stanhope 


Weardale . . 


10,330 


7 


J. Tiiompson 


Stranton . . 


Hartlepool 


28,000 


9 


M. Harrison 


(b) Thornley 


Easington. . 


3,059 


5 


E. Balderstone 


Throston . . 


Hartlepool 


1,918 


5 


E. H. Young 


(?;) Tudhoe (U.D.) 


Auckland, Durham 
and Sedgfield 


13,995 


9 


T. D. Bruce 


Whickham 


Gateshead 


7,075 


7 


W. Wilhs 


Whitton & Stillington (U.D.) 


Stockton . . 


500 


5 


T. H. Ward 


(b) Willington . . 


Durham . . 


4,392 


5 


W. H. Oliver 


(b) Wingatu 


Easington.. 


3,104 


7 


E. Forster 


Winlatou 


Gateshead 


8,331 


7 


H. Dalton 


Witton-le-Wear 


Auckland . . 


%,469 


5 


E. Pattison 


(h )Wolviston (U.D.) 


Stockton . . 


1-^1 


5 


"W. J. Young (Clirmn.) 



The Militia Force. 

The Durham Militia Force s comprised of one brigade of Artillery. Headquarters, 
Hartlepool. Lieut. -Colonel, Hugh Stafford ; Adjutant, Captain Alex. Grubb. Also the 3rd 
and 4th Battalions of the Diirham Territorial Eegiment of Light Infantry (late 68th and 106th 
Foot). Eegimental District, No. 68. Depot, Sunderland. Headquarters, (3rd Battalion), Barnard 
Castle. Hon. Colonel, C. F. Surtees ; Lieut. -Colonel, G. Sowerby ; Adjutant, Captain W. 
A. Berwick, Headquarters (4th Battalion), Durham. Hon. Colonel, Marquis of Londonderry; 
Lieut. -Colonel, J. J. AUison ; Adjutant, Captain C. E Parker-Jervis. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Durham Volunteer Force consists of five brigades of Artillery, one corps of Engineers 
(associated with Newcastle-on-Tyne force), and five administrative battalions of Eifles. The maxi- 
mum strength of the Force is about 6,200 of aU ranks. 



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COUNTY OF ESSEX. 

Essex is one of the metropolitan sliires, a maritime county, ■bounded on the north by the 
counties of Suffolk and Cambridge, on the west by those of Hertford and Middlesex, on the 
south by the river Thames, which separates it from Kent, and on the east by the German 
Ocean." Length, 52 miles; breadth, 47 miles; circumference, 208 miles; square miles, 
1,657. Watered by the rivers Stour, Colne, Blackwater, Crouch, Thames, Chelmer, Lea, 
and Stort, and traversed by 2,600 miles of roads. The railways of Essex belong to the 
Great Eastern direction, one great branch, under the name of the Cambridge lino, going 
from London north by Waltham Abbey, Hoddesdon (with a branch to Hertford), Bishop 
Stortford, and Saffron Walden to Cambridge ; and the other north-cast by Ilford, Bomford, 
Brentwood, Ingatestone, Chelmsford, AVitham, and Colchester to Ipswich, with Immchcs 
to Maldon, Braintree, Sudbury, Manningtree, Harwich, Hadleigh, Halstead, and Castle 
Hcdingham. In the south-west, a short line runs from Stratford to North Woolwich on 
the Thames, and another from Stratford to Barking, Purfleet, Grays, Tilbury, Leigh, and 
Southend. The Tendring Hundred branch is from Colchester to Wivenhoe. The surface 
of this coimty is undulating, with a gentle slope to the south, and hills of no great eleva- 
tion. High Beech, Tiptrec Heath, and the Laindon and Danbnry hills are its highest 
parts, all of which consist of London clay. The forests of Hainault and Epping were 
formerly conspicuous in the south-western district, but the former has well nigh disappeared, 
and is almost wholly absorbed for farm lands and building purposes ; the latter has been 
rescued from obliteration by parliamentary interference, and is now under the control of 
the Corporation of London. Corn is grown extensively in the central parts of Essex. The 
marshes bordering the Thames and the sea-coast have been generally drained and converted 
into excellent grass land. The county returns six members to Parliament, two each for 
the east, south, and west divisions. It is in the home circuit, the assizes being held at Chelms- 
ford, and constitutes an archdeaconry in the diocese of St. Albans (formerly Rochester) and 
province of Canterbury. The borough representation comprises Colchester, two members, 
and Harwich and Maldon, one member each. The shire has 1 liberty, 19 hundreds, 412 civil 
par ishes,besidos parts of others, 1 7 poor-law unions,'! 7 registry districts, 4 municipal boroughs 
[Colchester,* Harwich,* Maldon,* and Saffron Walden*], 19 urban sanitary authorities, 
and 16 rural sanitary authorities. It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 
17petty sessional divisions and 16 lieutenancy sub-divisions. The boroughs of Colchester, 
Maldon, and Saflron Walden have commissions of the peace and separate courts of quarter 
sessions ; the borough of Harwich has a commission of the peace only. The boroughs of 
Colchester and Maldon also have their own police. The liberty of Havering-atte-Bower 
has under its charters separate courts of petty and quarter sessions, and it is also distinct 
from the county for the purposes of a county rate. The parish, town, and port of Bright- 
lingsea is a non-corporate member of the Cinque port of Sandwich, in Kent, but having 
been placed under the concurrent jurisdiction of the Essex county justices the Corporation 
of Sandwich does not exercise jui'isdiction therein ; it forms part of the Lexden and Wintrees 
Petty Sessional division. 

'Geological Notes. — The north-western part of the coimty is traversed by thechalk hiUs 
of the Chiltern range. The central and southern portions are chiefly occupied by the 
London clay. A small strip of the post-tertiary formation appears on the southern and 
eastern borders, and isolated patches of the sand and gravel of the Norfolk and Suffolk crag 
occur at Boxted, Manningtree, and the Naze. 

Historical Notes. — Essex takes its name from the commonwealth of the East Saxons 
(one of the English tribes which settled in South Britain), and of which Middlesex, London, 
and Hertfordshire afterwards formed part. After the Euskardians and Celts had been 
driven out, it was held by the Belgic tribe of the Trinobantes until the Eoman inroad. Of 
the Romans it was a great scat, and here was their city of Camalodunum. The AVelsh 
again becoming masters, were afterwards driven out by the East Saxons. In 823 it came 
iinder the sway of the West Saxons governed by Egbert. In the great ci\dl war Essex 
sided with the Parliament, and formed a powerful federation. The last important transac- 
tion connected with the history of this county was the sea-fight off Harwich (June 3, 1665), 
in which the Dutch fleet was defeated by the Duke of York, the Dutch admiral's vessel 
being blown up, fourteen others destroyed, and eighteen captured. Some slight rrmains 
stiU exist of AValtham and Barking abbeys, and of Pleshey, Hedingham, Hadleigh, and 
Colchester castles. The Dunmow flitch of bacon is stiU contended for by loving couples 
who have not quarrelled for a year and a day. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^-c— The Essex men are mostly employed in husbandry and stock- 
feeding, and only a few on manufactures of silk, silk velvet, crape, lace, straw-plait, &c. ; but 

'Vide " Municipal Corpor.ations Companion," &c. Waterlow& Sons Limited. 



90 THE COUNTY COMPANION, [1882. 

some of tlio finest moirc-antiqucs arc made at Colchester. The minerals worked up are, 
chalk for lime, scptaria for Roman cement, clay for bricks, and salt made from the sea, in 
all of which there is some trade. The towns on the shores are very busy in the oyster and 
other fisheries, and in shipping corn, coals, and timber. At "Waltham Abbey are Govern- 
ment powder works ; at Purtioet, i^owder stores ; at AVarley, the East India Barracks ; at 
Tilbury, forts and a garrison; and at Shoeburj'ness is an extensive practice ground for 
Government artillery of the largest calibre. 

Elerforal, Financial, and General Statistics. — Area of county, l,0oo,133 acres ; number 
of houses (1881) : inhabited, 109,100 ; ditto, uninhabited, 9,086 ; ditto, building, 2,382 ; popu- 
lation (1881): males, 287,096; females, 288,234; total, 575,930; average number of 
persons to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of Parliamentary electors 
in 1881 (excluding boroughs): east division, 6,622; west division, 5,876; south division, 
13,911 ; valuation for county assessment (Maixh 25th, 1881), £2,705,504; for police assess- 
ment, £1,867,685 ; received for year by county rate ( ), £ ; by police rate ( — — ), 

£ ; total receipts, £ ; total expenditure about, £ ; amount of loans out- 
standing (March 25, 1881), £58,069. 

Police and Criminal Statistics. — The county force compirised (Sept. 29th, 1881), 1 chief 
constable (Major Poyntz) at £500 yearly, and £110 allowances; 10 superintendents 
(W. Bridges, Dep. CO., Chelmsford; John Dobson, Brentwood; John Lennon, Spring- 
field ; J. Daunt, Colchester ; G. Eutledge, Latchingdon ; S. Hawtree, Sou-thend ; T. 
Simpson, Epping; H. Ackers, Brainti-ee ; H. Flood, Ne-v\'port ; AVitham) 

from £170 to £140 yearly, and horses, carts, forage and clothing as allowances ; 1 2 inspectors, 
from £110 to £90 yearly ; 28 Serjeants, from 33s. to 29s. weekly ; 242 constables from 28s. to 
21s. weekly; total of all ranks, 293. Thecost of thoforceinthe previou3yearwas£27,997 : 
the proportion paid by the Government was £11,983. The area of the district is 983,608 
acres. For 455 indictable ofi'ences reported, 206 persons were apprehended, and 124 com- 
:nitted for trial ; for offences determined summarily, 3,778 j^ersons were proceeded against, 
and 2,941 convicted, 289 persons and 253 convictions respectively being classed under 
charges of drunkenness. There are 1,067 piiblic-houses, 828 beer-houses, and 17 refresh- 
ment-houses within the district controlled by the force. 

Ayricultiiral Statistics (year ending Jvme, 1881). — Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow, and grass, 831,985, viz. : corn, 385,366; green crops, 100,814; clover, grasses, &c., 
83,377 ; permanent jDasture, &c., 202,048 ; bare fallow, &c., 59,754. The total number of 
horses was 42,798; cattle, 79,264 ; sheep, 329,360 ; and pigs, 82,844. 

Princi2}al Markets, Fairs, ^-c. — Braintree : Wednesdays — May S and 9, October 2 and 

0. Colchester: Saturdays — July 5, 6, 23, 24 ; (for cattle), October 20. Epping: Fridays 
— November 13. Harwich : Tuesdays and Fridays. Maldon : Tuesday — first Thursday 
in May; September 13 and 14. Rayleiyh : Satiuxlays — June 17 and 18. Romford: "Wed- 
nesdays. Saffron Walden ; Saturday — Saturday before and Monday after Mid-Lent, 
November 1 and 2. 

NeivspajM-rs. — Braintree Advertiser, "Wednesday, Id. N. 1859. Taylor & Eobbins, 
Braintree. — Chelmsford Chronicle. Friday, 2d. I. 1764. F. H. Meggy, Chelmsford. — 
Colchester Chronicle. Tuesday and Friday, Id. C. 1876. J. Hardy, Colchester. — 
Colchester Gazette. "Wednesday, Id. C. 1877. Benham & Co., Colchester. — Colchester 
Mercury. Saturday, Id. I. 1867. F. "Wright, Colchester. — East Essex and Halstcad 
Times. Saturday, id. L. 1861. R. L. Hughes, Halstead.—^sseo; J/cm^^f. Tuesday, 2d. 

1. 1800. F.H.Meggy, Chelmsford. — EsscxHalfpennij Keivsman. Monday and Saturday, 
|d. N. 1870. F. H. Meggy, Chelmsford. — Essex Independent. Monday, "VYednesday, and 
Saturday. Id. I. 1862. Taylor & Robbins, Chelmsford. — Essex Standard. Saturday, 2d. 
C. 1831. Benham & Co., Colchester. — Essex Telegraph. Tuesday and Friday, Id. L. 
1858. F. "Wright, Colchester. — Essex Times. "Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, Id. 
N. 1863. Wilson & \\Tiitworth, Romford. — Essex Weekly Ncu-s. Friday and Saturday, 
Id. N. 1862. Taylor & Robbins, Chelmsford. — Essex and Suffolk Neivs. Saturdaj-, Id. 
C. 1857. E. Duell, Colch.Gs,iGr.— Halstcad Gazette. Thnrsday, Id. L.-C. 1857. A. 
Carter, Halstead. — Harwich and Bovcrcourt JSfeivsman. Saturday, i^l. N. 1870. G. L. 
.Jackson, Harwich. — Leyton and Leytonstone Independent. Saturday, Id. 1876. "W. 
Driver, 'Ley^onsione.— Maldon Express. Saturday, id. I. R. Poole, Maldon. — Southend 
Observer. Thursday, Id. C. 1870. J. Tajdor, Junr., Southend. — Southend Standard. 
Friday, Id. N. 1873. J. Osborne, Southend. — Stratford Advertiser. Friday, Id. C. 
1877. Littler & Co , Stratford.— ^;;w(/b;Y^ Courier. Friday, Id. I. 1869. G. Harmer, 
Stratford. — Stratford Express. Friday and Saturday, Id. I. 1864. "Wilson & "Wliitworth, 
Stratford. — Stratford Times. "Wednesday, Id. N. 1858. Wilson «S: "Whitworth, Stratford. — 
Waltha>n Abbey and Chcshunt Telegraph. Friday, Id. N. 1863. G. W. Cowing, 
Bamet. Herts. ^ — Walthamstow and leyton Gxtardian. Saturday, Id. N. 1870. R. Willis, 
Walthamstow. — Woodford Times. Friday, Id. N. 1867. J . Jones, Woodford. 



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91 



Lord Lieutenant, Gustos Rotulorum, and Vice-Admiral of the Coast. 

The Eight Hon. IjOrd Carlingfoed, Dudbrook House, Xavestock. 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 

Thomas Jenxer 8pilty, Esq., Billericay. 

Members of Parliament. 
South Division.— Thou AS C. Baring, Esq. (c). Lieut.-Col. W. T. ilAKixs (c). 
East Division. — James Eound, Esq. (c). Lieut.-Col. S. B. Euggles-Brise (c). 
West Division. — Sir H.J. Selwin-Ibbetsox, Bt.(c). Lord Eustace B.H. G, Cecil (c) 
Chairmen of Quarter Sessions, 

HoLDEX AT ChEL.MSFORD. 

"W. Perry Watlingtox, Esq. ; T. Kemble, Esq. ; Sir H. J. SELT\-ix-lBBETSox,Bt., m.p > 
and A. Johxstox, Esq. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 



Abdy, Esq., ii.c.l., J. T., Great Baddow 
ALdv, Bt., Sir W. N., AUyns, Stapleford 

Abbott 
Adams, Esq., H. A., Wynters, Magdalne 

Laver [Harlow 

Arkwright, Esq., L. W., Lt. Pamdon, 
Baker, Esq., J., Hockley 
*Barclay, Esq., H. F. , Chairman of Beacon- 
tree Division, Monkhams, Woodtord 
*Baring, Esq., m.p., T. C., High Beech, 

Loughton 
Bamardiston, Esq., K C, Eyes Sudbirry 
Barnardiston, Esq.,N., Ryes, Sudbury 
Barton, Esq., ll.u., E. B., Stour Lodge, 

Bradfield 
Bateman, Esq., J., Gt. Bromley Lodge 
Bawtree, Esq., S., Harlow 
Bayliff, Eev. T. L., Albury, Ware, Herts 
Baylv, Esq., J. A. S., Burghstead,Billericav 
Beech, Esq., W. P., Stifford 
Berkeley, Eev. G. C, Southminster 
Birt, Lieut.-Col. G. E., Beacontree House, 
Biscoe, Escj.. E., Quendon [Stratford 

Blanshard, Esq., E., Walton [Square,S.W. 
Boggis-Eolfe, Esq., F. D. , St. George's 
Boreham, Esq., W. AY., Haverhill 
Bramston, Col.T.H., 24,EatonSquare,S.W. 
Bramston,The Yery Eev. J., The Deanery, 

Winchester 
*Braybrooke, Lord, Audley End 
Bree, Esq., C. E., Colchester 
Brett, Esq.; E., Wakes Colne Place 
Brett, Esq., E., Fishers, Wakes Colne 
Brewis, Esq., G. W., Chesterford Park, 

Saffron AValden 
*Brewster, Esq., C, Chairman of Salstead 

Bench, Greenstead Hall, Halstead 
Brewster, Esq., J., AshfordLodge, Halstead 
*Brise, c.e., m.p., Lieut.-Col. S. B. E. , 

Chairman of Freshwell Division, Spain's 

HaU, Finchingfield 
Brise, Esq., A. W. E., Durwards, Witham 
Broke, Esq., H., Gladwyns, Harlow 
Brown, Esq., W. F., Grand Court, Eayne 
*Budworth, Capt. P. J., Greenstead Hall, 
Burmoster, Eev. G. , Little Oakley [Ongar 
*Bury, Esq., C. J., St. Leonards, Nazing 
*Buxton, Bart., Sir T. F. , Chairman of 

Epping Division, Warlies,Waltham Abbey 



*Buxton, Esq., E. X., Woodford 

Byng, Esq., H. E., Wicken, Bonhunt, 

Bishop Stortford [worth 

Caldecott, Esq. , A. , Pishiobury, Sawbridge- 
Carlingford,Et.Hon. Lord, LordLieidoiant, 

Dudbrook House, Xavestock 
Cai-wardine, Esq. , J. , Colne Priory 
Cecil, Lord E. B.H. G., m.p., 32, Ecclestone 

Square, S.W. 
Cely-Trevilian, Esq., J. E., Debden Hall 
Collin, Eev. J. , Eickling Yicarage 
Colvin, Esq., E. B., Waltham Abbey 
*Coope, Esq., m.p., 0. E., Rochetts, South 

Weald 
Courtauld,Esq.,M.p.,G.,CutHedge,Gosfield 
Courtauld, Esq., S., Booking 
Cros.'sman, Esq., J. H., 31, Curzon Street, 

May Fair, W. [House, Heybridge 

De Crcspigny, Bt., Sir C. C, Champion 
*Disney, Esq., E., The Hyde, Ingatestone 
*Disney, Major E. J. , Colchester 
Drew, Esq., E. P., Plaistow, E. 
Du Cane, k.c.m. g. , Sir C. , Chairman of 

Witham Division, Braxted Lodge,Witham. 
Earle, Eev. H. J. , High Ongar 
EdwardSjEsq. ,E.,BeechHLll Park,Loughton 
Edwards, Esq., H. E., HiUands, Dedliam 
Edwards, Esq., A. J., Waltham Abbey 
Egerton, Esq., C. C. , Kendal Lodge, Epping 
*Elwes,Esq. , E.H.M. .StokeCoUege, Halstead 
♦Errrngton, Esq., G. H., Lexden Park 
Fitzgerald, Bart. , Sir G. E. D., 42, Gros- 

venor Place, S.W. 
Formby, Eev. E. E. , Latchingdon 
Foster, Eev. J., Foxearth 
Foster, Esq. ,J.T. , Pontlands, Great Baddon 
Fowler, Esq., m. p. ,W., Forest House, Leyton 
Fry, Esq., J., Tavikytes, Homchurch 
*Fytche, c.s. i., Lieut. -General A., PjTrgo 

Park, Havering 
Gepp, Eev. E. F. , Chairman of Dunmoiv 

Division, High Easter 
Glenny, Esq., W. W., Cecil House, Barking 
GUti, Esq., C. W. F., Durrington House, 

Sheering 
Goodday, Esq. , A. E. , New House, Terling 
*Gosling, Esq., E., Hassobury, Bishop 
Green, Esq., H. E., Colchester [Stortford 
Green, Esq. ,F.,HainaultLodge,ChigweUEow 



92 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Gurtecn, Epq., D. , Haverhill 
Haldanc, Esq., A., 118, Wcstboiirnc Ter- 
race, Hyde Park 
Hamilton, Lieixt.-Col. R. W., Holyfiold 
Hall, Waltham Abbey [Coggeshall 

*Hanbury, Esq., 0., Holfield Grange, Gt. 
Hanbury, Rev. A., Biire St. Mary, Suffolk 
Hardcastle, Esq . , H. , 4 , Chesham Strcet,S. W. 
Hardcastle, Esq., J.A.,M.r., 54, Queen's Gate 
Terrace, S.W. [Braintreo 

Harrison, Captn. J. N., Saling Grove, 
Harrison, Esq., S., Elmhurst, Woodford 
Hawkins, Esq., C. H., Colchester 
Hawkins, Col. S. M., iUresford Hall 
Headley, Lord [Square, SW. 

Henniker, Bart., Sir B. P., 71, Ecclestono 
Hevgate, Esq., II. H. J., Oaklands, Leominster 
Hcygate,SirF.W.Bart.,43,EatonSq.,S.W. 
Hill, Rev. E. J.,Panfield 
Hill, Esq., J. D., Tcrlings, Harlow 
Hodgson, Esq., W., Gilston Park, near 
Harlow [low, Middlesex 

Hogarth, Esq., J. R., Heston Hall, Houns- 
Horwood, Rev. E. 11., Vicarage, Maldon 
*Houblon,Esq., J.A.,Gt.Hallingbury Place 
Houblon, Esq., R. A. Bartlow, Cambs. 
*Howard, Esq., Col. S. L., Goldings, 

Loughton 
Howard, Esq., E., Walthamstow 
Impey-Lovibond, Col. A., 14, Rue de Li- 

vourne, Avenue Louise, Brussels 
Ind, Esq., E., Great "Warley [Birdbrook 
Ives, Major-General Cecil, Moyes Park, 
Jessop, Esq., L., Bedford 
*Johnston, Esq., A., Woodford [Osvth 

Johnson, Kt., Sir J. H., The Priory, St. 
Jones, Esq., E., Great Bursted 
*Judd, Esq.,J.P.,Rickling,Bishop Stortford 
Kemble, Esq., T., Chairman of Chelms- 
ford Division, Runwell Hall, Wickford 
Lampet, Rev. W. E. L., Great Bardfield 
Lay, Esq., J. W., Walcotts, Great Tey 
Leigh, Rev. C. B., Goldhanger 
*Lennard, Bart., Sir T. B., Belhus, Aveley 
Lennard, Esq., T. B., Belhus, Aveley 
*Lescher, Esq., J. F., Hutton Hall, Brent- 
Lister, Esq., A., Leytonstone [wood 
*Lockwood, Capt., A. R. M., Bromleys, 

Harlow 
Lowe, Col. A. S. H., Gosfield Hall, Braintroe 
*Lowndes, G. A., Esq., Barrington Hall, 
Harlow [Lodge 

*Luard, c.b., Admiral W. G., Witham 
Luard, Rev. B. G., Aveley Vicarage 
Lucas, Lieut. -Col. W. J., Witham 
MacAdam, Esq,, J. J. L., United Service 

Club, Charles Street, London 
Macandrew, Esq.,W.,Westwood, Colchester 
Maitland, Esq., F., 7, Mandeville Place, 

Manchester Square, W. 
Maitland, Esq., W. F., m.p., Stanstcd 
*Maicndie, Esq., L. A., Hcdingham Castle 
Mak'ins, M.p.,Col. W, T., 1, Lowther Gar- 
dens, S.W. 



[1882. 

Marriott, Esq. , H. R. G., Chr. South Hinck- 

ford JJiv., Abbots Hall, Shalford 
Marsden, Rev. J. H., Great Oakley 
Marsden, c.u., Lieut. -Col. F. C., Colnc 

House, Earls Colne 
Marsham, Esq., C. A. 0., Sandon 
May, Esq., m.d., G. P., WestHouse, Maldon 
Merivale, The Very Revd. C, The Deanery, 
Meyer, Esq., H. P. D., Little Laves [Ely 
Newall, Esq., J. L., Forest Hall, Ongar 
Newton, Captain AV. J., Shenfield 
Nichols, Esq., F. M., Chairman of Tendrintj 

Division, Lawford Hall, Manningtrce 
Nicholson, Bart., Sir C, Totteridge, Herts 
Norman, Rev. C. F., Mistloy Place 
Norman, Esq.,C. K., Mistley Lodge, Man- 
ningtrce [ningtree 
Nunn, Esq., T. W., Lawford House, Man- 
O'Malley, Bart., k.b.. Sir Wm., Witham 
*Onley, Esq., 0. S., Stisted Hall 
Page, Esq., J., Southend 
Paley, Esq.. J., Newton Hall, Dunmcw 
Palin, Rev. W., Stifford Rectory 
Palmer, Col. F., Listen Hall, Esssex 
Palmer, Esq., G., jun., Nazing 
Palmer, Lieut.-CoL G., Nazing Park [S.W. 
Palmer, Esq., A. V., 50, St. George's Street, 
*Paj)illon, Esq., P. 0., Chairman of Lcxden 
and Winstree Division, Lexden [Place 
Parker, Esq., C. W., Woodham Mortimer 
*Parker, Esq., J. 0., Chairman of Dengie 

Division, Woodham Mortimer Place 
Parnell, Esq., J., Waltham Abbey 
Pattison, Esq., S., The Abbey, Coggeshall 
Parris, Esq., R., Oaklands, White Notley 
Pearson, Rev. A., Springfield 
*Pelly, K.X., Capt. R. W., Holmecroft, 
Walthamstow [Dedham 

Penrose, Esq., W. H., Lower Park, 
*Petre, Lord, Thorndon Hall, Brentwood 
Petre, Hon. F. C. E., Chairman of Drent- 

u-ood Division, Oakhurst, Brentwood 
Petre, Hon. A. C. A., Coptfold Hall, Ingate- 
stone [Ware, Herts 

Philips, junr., Esq., C. J„ Briggins Park, 
*Powell, Esq., N., Buckhurst Hill, Wood- 
ford [ford 
*Pryor, Esq., A., Hylands Park, Chelms- 
Rasch, Esq., F.C.Woodhill House, Danbury 
*Rayleigh, Right Hon. Lord, Terling Place 
Rebow, Esq., H. J. G., Wivenhoe 
Read, Esq., J. F. H., Walthamstow 
Reeve, Rev. E. J., Stondon Massey 
Reynolds, Esq.,R.B., Shrubbery, Woodford 
Roberts, Esq., E., Lexden, Colchester 
Roden, Earl of, 30, St. James's place 
Round, Esq., E., 1, Harcourt Buildings, 

Temple, E.C. 
*Ro\ind, Esq., M.r., J., Colchester 
Royds, Esq., J., Brizes, Brentwood 
*Russell, Colonel C, Stubbere, North 

Ockenden 
Sandle, Esq.,W., Park Hall, Great Bardfield 
Savill, Esq., S. G., Ivy Chimneys, Witham 



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Scratton, Esq., D. E., Ogwell House, New- 
ton Abbott, Devon 
*Selv.-m-Ibbetson, Bart., M.r., Sir H. J., 

Down Hall, Harlow 
Shakespear, Colonel J. D., 42, Baron's 

Court Road, Kensington 
Smalley, Eev. C, Grays Thurrock 
Smvth, Bart., Sir W. B., Hill Hall, Epping 
*Siiiith, Bart., SirC. C, Buttons, Romford 
Smith, Esq., J., Woolpits Farm, Gt. Saling 
*Smith, Esq., W. C, Chairman of Saffron 

Walden Division, Shortgrove, Newport 
Sotheby, Esq., C. W. H., Manor House, 

High. Beech, Loughton 
Sperling, Esq., C. B., Castle Hedingham 
*Sperling, Esq., H. J., Dynes Hall, Castle 

Hedingham 
*8picer,Esq., J., Harts, "Woodford 
*Spitty, Major T. J., Billericay 
Squier, Esq., S. W., Horndon-on-the-Hill 
Stacpoole, Rev. A. D., Latchmore, Gerrard's 

Cross, Slough 
Stephens, Esq., C. J., The Views, Rickling 
Strutt, Hon. C. H., Whitelands, Witham 
Suart, ]Major W. 8., e.e.. The Bowls, Chig- 
Svmonds, Rev. G. E. , Thaxted [well 

*Tabor, Esq., C. A., Prittlewell 
Tabor, Esq., J., Chairman of Eochforcl 

Division, Prittlewell 
Tabor, Esq., J. E., Booking 
Tait, Major J. C, They don Place, Epping 
*Tatham, Esq., T. D. F., Althorne 
Tawke, Esq., A., The Lawn, Rochford 
Taylor, Esq., W. V., Castle Hedingham 
Thomson, Rev. W. S., Fobbing Rectory 
Todhunter, Esq., J., Great Pamdon [wood 
*Tower, Esq., C. J. H., Howe Hatch, Brent- 



93 



Tower, Major F. , Thremhall Priory,Takeley 
Townsend, Rev. C. G. G., Chairman of 

Witham Division, Hatfield Peverol 
Travers, Major R. 0., Alverne HiU, Pen- 
zance, Cornwall 
*TufneU, Esq. , W. M. , Hatfield Place [tham 
Tufnell,Esq., J. J., Langleys, Great Wal- 
Tufnell,E3q.,A.J.,Langley3,GreatWaltham 
Tufnell, Esq.,W. N., Folly House, Braintree 
Tufnell-Tyrrell, Esq., J.L., BorehaniHouse 
Usborne, Esq., T., Writtle 
*Vaizey, Esq., J. R., Attwoods, Halstead 
Walsh, Rev. "W., Great Tey [Ipswich 

WaKord-GosnaU,Esq., J. D., 18, Museum St., 
*Watlington, Esq., J. W. P., Chairman of 

Harlow Division, Moor Hall, Harlow 
Watson, Esq., J. Y., Thorpe Grange 
Way, Major G. A., Spafnes Hall, Yeldham 
*Way, Esq., L. J., Chairman of North 
Hinckford Division, Spencer Grange, 
Great Yeldham 
Wedd, Esq., E. A., Great Wakering 
West, Rev. G., Horham Hall, Thaxted 
* Western, Bart., Sir T. C. C, Felix Hall, 

Kelvedon 
White, Sir T., Great West Hatch, Chigwell 
White, Esq., R. 0., The Hall, Gesting- 

thorpe, Halstead 
Williams, Esq., J., Debden Hall, Loughton 
Williams, Esq., J. D,, 12, Cavendish Place, 
Bath [Canfield 

Wilson, Rev. G., Maryon Vicarage, Great 
Windle, Rev. J., Horndon-on-the-Hill 
Woodhouse, Esq., R., Writtle 
Wood, Esq., C. P., Scrips, Kelvedon 
Wright. Esq., E. C, Kelvedon Hall, Brent- 
*Wright, Esq., J., Hatfield Priorv [wood 



Non-Acting and Non-Resident Magistrates. 



Barnard, Rev. M., Preston, Bagot, near 

Henley-in-Arden 
Bamett, Esq., W. D., 21, Whitehall Place 
Benyon, Rev. E. R., Ingham, Sufi'olk 
Bingley, Esq., H., 19, Lewes Crescent, 

Kemp Town, Brighton 
Carter, Rev. J. E., Castle Eaton, Gloucester 
Clark, Bart., Rev. Sir Charles, Dimham 

Lodge, Norfolk 
Cunliffe, Esq., R., Blake Hall, Ongar 
Davis, Esq., J. C, United University 

Club, PaU Mall 
Deedes, Rev. G. F., Haydon, Lincoln 
Eden, Rt. Rev. R., Bishop of Moray, Ross, 

and Caithness, Inverness 
Gower, Esq., J. L., Bill Hill, Wokingham 
Grimwood, Esq., J. G., Stanton Park, 

Highworth, Wilts [mouth 

Harvey, Esq.,B., Bury HaII,Hynslock, Ply- 
Heathcote, Esq., J. M., Connington, Stilton 
Herringham, Rev. W. W., Old Clere, 

Somersetshire 
Hirst, Major R. A. IL, Carlton Cliib 
Kayes, Esq., J., Wandsworth 



Kayess, Esq., J., Bourton House, Streat- 

ham, S.W. 
Kirby, Esq., J. R., 3, Waterloo Crescent, 

Dover 
Lowndes, Esq., W. S., Whaddon HaD, 

Stony Stratford 
Meux, Bart., Sir H., 50, Grosvenor Street 
Me^-er, Esq., J., Forty Hill, Enfield 
Mills, Esq., J., Cato Lodge, Gilston 

Road, Brompton 
Pelly, Esq., R., Matlock Bath 
PeUy, Esq., C. R., Matlock. Bath 
Prior, Rev. J. L., Hortcn, Bucks [AVight 
Richards, Rev. W. H., St. Helen's, Isle of 
Sendall, Rev. E., Litton, Bath 
Skipper, Esq., C, Blake Hall, Wanstead 
Stone, Esq., E. G., Chambers Court, 

Tewkesbury 
Theobald, Rev. C, Chale, Isle of Wight 
Turner, Rev. C. M., Alderford, Chester 
Tw\-ne, Rev. W., Yarmouth, Isle of Wight 
Wardshaw, Esq., 4 4, Princes Gardens, S.W. 
Warner, Rev. J., Seddescombe Rectory, 
Sussex 



94 

Adams, Esq., John Thos. 
Allcu, Esq., Lancelot liaugh 
Bawtree, Esq., John 
Bererford, The Hon. AVm. 
Borton, Eev. W. K. 
Byng, Esq., A. M. 
Bond, Esq., William 
Bosanquet, Esq., Saml. E. 
Brandreth, Esq., Charles 
Cattley, Esq., S. W. 
Cook, Esq., Charles John 
Coape, Esq., H. Coc 
Daubuz, Esq., James Basil 
Day, Esq., S. H. 
Dick, Esq., John 
Elliott, Esq., J. B. B. 
Foaker, Esq., F. 



THE COUNTY COMPANION". 

Formby, Esq., M. L. 
Fortescuo, Esq., J. Faithful 
Fowke, Esq., Wm. Villiors 
Franks, Esq., John 
Greig, Esq., J. Robinson 
Hamilton, Esq., A. 
Harrington, Esq., Richard 
Holme, Esq., Robert 
Helme, Esq., Thomas 
Hodgson, Esq., John 
Kelly, Lieut. -Col. E. H. 

Moore 
Leigh, Esq., John 
Macnaghten, Esq., Eliot 
Magens, Esq., John Doren 



[1882. 

Mure,Esq.,W.T.H. Strange 
Norman, Esq., E. K. 
Pearson, Rev. John 
Rice, Rev. Henry 
Rigge, Esq., J. Sanderson 
Saudars, Esq., George 
Stane, Esq., J. Branston 
Stopford, Esq., J. Syney 
Schrieber, Esq., Arthur T. 
Smith, Esq., Thomas 
Thomson, Esq., William 
Tindall, Rev. Henry 
Tucker, Rev. William H. 
White, Rev. Richd. Marsh 
Williams, Rev. James 
Wilson, Esq., Alfred 
Young, Rev. Henry Tufnell 



Petre, Hon. H. W., Springfield Place, 

Chelmsford 
Smith, Esq., S., Portland Place 
Wardlaw, Esq., J. 
Wood, Colonel W. M., Lamboui-no 
Wingfield, Captain D. H. R., Orsett Hall, 

Romford 



Martyn, Esq., P. S. F. 

Mudge, Esq., m.d., J.W. 
Deputy Lieutenants not Magistrates. 
Campbell, Esq., W. J., BlendonHall, Kent : Petre, Hon. W. J. 
Hamilton, Esq.,W. J., 23, Chesham Place, 

Belgrave Square 
Hirst, Esq., F. H. 
Ind, Esq., E., Brentwood 
Ives, Esq., G. M., 41, Hertford St., Mayfair 
Lockwood, Esq., W. J., 66, Pall Mall 
Petre, Esq., C. E. 

Chief County Officials. 
Clerk of the Peace and CJerJc to the Lieutenancy — Henr}^ Gibson, Esq. (Ongar), and Clerk 
of the Peace Office (Chelmsford) ; County Treasurer — T. M. Gepp (Chelmsford) ; Chief Con- 
stable, Major M. H. Poyntz (Springfield, Chelmsford) ; Under-Shcyiff, T. M. Gepp, 
Esq. (Chelmsford) ; Actinr/ Under-Sheriffs — Gepp and Sons (Chelmsford) ; Clerk to the Clerk 
of the Peace — Chas. C. Sharman (Chelmsford); Clerk of Indictments — W. C. Metcalfe, 
(Wangford, Suffolk) ; Countu Surveyor — H. Stock, Esq., 6, Duke Street, London Bridge, 
^^.\ Coroners — C. C. Lewis, Esq., Southern Division (Brentwood); W. Codd, E.s(i., 
Northern Division (Maldon) ; Deputy Coroners — C. C. Lewis, Esq., jun.. Southern Division 
(Billericay), and W. B. Blood, Esq., Northei-n Division (Witham) ; Puhlie Analyst — T. A. 
Pooley, Esq. (5, Bond Coui't, London). 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



Divisions. 



Beacontree (or II- 
ford) 

Brentwood 

Chelmsford 

Dengie 
Dtinmow . . 

Epping 

Freshwell . . 
Harlow 

Hinckford (North) 
Hinckf ord (South) 



Area. 
Acres. 



37,688 

65,778 

83,180 

74,197 
51,753 

40,888 

25,467 
29,951 
48,130 
56,044 



Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 



114,544 

22,791 

32fi20 

13,558 

14,252 

19,739 



6,929 

8,850 

15,613 

28,221 



Petty Sessions held at and on 



Court House, Stratford {daily 

it every Hon., Wed.d; Sat. 

for Ind. off.) 
County House, Brentwood 

(aUe mate Thtirsdays) 
Shii-e HaU, Chelmsford [every 

Friday) 
Latchingdon [alternate Sats.) 
Dunmow [alternate Mondays) 

Police Station, Epping [every 
Friday) 

County Court, Waltham Abbey 
(ever If Tuesday) 

Great Bardfield [every 3rd or 
■ith Monday) 

Police Station, Harlow [alter- 
nate Saturdays) 

Castle Heduigham [altei-nate 
Tuesdays) 

Becking [alternate Wednes- 
days) 

Halstead [alternate Tuesdays) 



Clerlis toMagis trate s 



H.S. Haynes, Rom 
ford and Stratford 

C. C. Lewis, Esq., 

Brentwood 
W. W. Duffield, 

Chelmsford 
W. Codd, Maldon 
Wix and Wade, 

Dunmow 
H.Gough,Epping & 

Waltham Abbey 



A. Cunnington, 

Brain tree 
W. C. MetcaUe, 

Epj)ing 
G. W. Harris, 

Halstead 
A. Cunnington, 

Brain tree 
G. W. Harris, 
Halstead 



Annual 
Salary. 

£_ 

1,210 ^ 

234 

363 

122 
201 

131 

87 

48 

77 
138 
119 
103 



1882.] 



ESSEX. 

The Petty Sessional Divisions — conilnnerj. 



95 



Divisions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks to 
Magistrates. 


Annual 
Salary. 


Lexden and "Wiiis- 


69,785 


20,961 


Town Hall, Colchester {everxf 


H. Jones, Colches- 


274 


tree 






Saturday) {^Saturday 


ter 




Ongar 


301 


11,088 


Police Station, Ongar (every 


C.Smith,HighOngar 


145 


Orsett 


41,167 


13,172 


Court House, Grays {1st d- 3rd 
Fridays) 


N. Siirridge, Eom- 
ford 


133 


Eochford . . 


107,082 


20,580 


Court House, RocMord (every 
Thursday) 


A. .J. Ai-thv, Eoch- 
ford 


180 


Saffron Walden . . 


73,280 


19,186 


Town HaU, Saffron Walden 
(alternate Saturdays) 


J. T. Collin and T. 
CoUin, Saffron 
Walden 


160 


Tendring 


86,497 


22,2S1 


Mistley and Thorpe (alternate 
Mondays fort n ic/li tly) 


D. Mustard, Man- 
nhigtree 


230 


Witliam . . 


75,345 


22,593 


Police Station, "Witham (alter- 
nate Tuesdays) 


W. Bindon Blood, 

Witham 


200 



Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



Authorities. 


Character of Board. 


Population 
(1881). 


Rateable 
Value (1881). 


Xames of Clerks. 


Braintree . . 


Local board 


5,182 


£ 
15,364 


A. Cunnington 


Chelmsford 




Local board 


9,885 


37,890 


T. Dixon 


Colchester . . 




Municipal borough 


28,395 


89,900 


F. B. Philbrick 


East Ham . . 




Local board 


9,815 


43,177 


C. E.Wilson, Plaistow 


Halstead . . 




Local board 


5,804 


10,253 


Robt. -Morton 


Harwich 


. . 1 Mumcii)al borough 


7,810 


21,211 


E. Chapman 


Haverhill . . 




Local board 


3,685 


7,421 


C. F. Freeman 


Leyton 




Local board 


25,045 


120,000 


R. Vincent 


Maldon 




Municipal borough 


5,476 


18,516 


A. Evans 


Eomford 




Local board 


6,861 


30,941 


A. H. Hunt 


Saffron Walden . 




Municipal borough 


6,056 


23,841 


W. B. Freeland 


Southend . . 




Local board 


8,064 


38,800 


W. Gregson 


Waltham Holy Cross 


Local board 


5,368 


39,127 


H. Gough 


Walthamstow 


Local board 


21,697 


94,411 


G. Houghton 


Walton-on-the-Naze 


Imp. Commission 


1,376 


7,644 


T. A. Middleton, Col- 
chester 


Wanstead 


Local board 


4,448 


40,609 


J. E. Jennings 


West Ham . . 


Local board 


128,692 


482,000 


F. E. HiUeary, Strat- 
ford 


Witham 


Local board 


2,966 


14,882 


John Cook 


Woodford Local board 


7,142 


33,908 


E. Martin 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



Unions and 
Authorities. 



Billericay . . 

Braintree (P.L.A. 
(E.S.A. 
Chelmsford 
*Colchester 
Dunmow . . 
Epping 
Halstead . . 





Popula- 


Acres. 


tion 
(1881). 


51,118 


18,437 


67,612 


28,629 


61,737 


20,481 


83,906 


32,922 


11,314 


28,395 


72,594 


17,990 


46,477 


21,755 


38,913 


17,005 



Rateable 
value 

(1881). 



Names of Chairmen. 



£ 
111,620 

145,949 
115,755 
193,196 

94,852 
107,215 
141,309 

81,444 



Rev. T. P. Ferguson 

[■ Joseph Smith 

James Christv 
P. O. PapiUon 
Eev. E. F. Gepp 
T. Chaplin . . 
Vero W. Taylor 



Names of Clerks. 



C. C. Lewis, Brent- 
wood 

F. Smoothy 

W. W. Duffield 
A. M. White 
F. J. SneU 
J. Windus 
R. L. Hughes 



Poor-I aw Union only — not a Rural Sanitary Authority. 



90 



THE COUNTY OOMPANIOX, 



[1882. 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities— cow 


inucd. 


Uuions 


Area. 


Popula- 


Rateable 


Names of Cbairmcu. 


Names of Clerks. 


and Authorities. 


Acres. 


(1881). 


(1881). 






Lexden and Wins- 


74,374 


21,688 


120,105 


Rev.E. C. EUis .. 


Chas. H. Tompson 


tree 












Maldon 


112,458 


23,678 


143,956 


W. Page 


A. C. Freeman 


Ongar 


47,465 


10,669 


73,837 


Rev. F. A. S. Fane. 


Chas. Smith 


Orsett 


41,1G7 


16,286 


89,995 


S. W. Squier 


R. L. Williams, 


Rochford . . 


107,082 


24,329 


134,766 


Arthur Tawke 


W. Gregson 


Romford 


47,517 


36,877 


236,428 


W. W. Glemiy 


W. Smith 


Saffron Walden . . 


02,609 


18,588 


107,429 


John Clarke 


"\\ . Thurgood 


Tendrinf! . . 


92,893 


32,593 


191,455 


J. Woodgate . . 


1). Mustard 


West Ham . . 


18,826 


200,752 


716,317 


Rev. Thos. Parry . . 


F. E. HUleary, 












Leytonstone 



School Boards. 



Boards. 


Union of 


Popula- 
tion 


o S 

..a 

5 a 


Name of Clerk. 






(1881). 






{/)) Alphamstone 


Sudbury . . 


S49 


5 


H. C. Canham 


Asheldham 


.Miildon . . 


192 


5 


Rev. H. P. Dawes(C'/!n.> 


(h) Ashdon 
(6) Ashen 


S;dl'ron Walden . . 


835 


5 


T. Mace 


Risbridge . . 


253 


5 


Rcv.W.J.Deane((7/i«.) 


Bardiield Saling 


Dunmow . . 


291 


5 


T. Mace 


[h] Beauchamp Roothing 


( >ngixr 


230 


5 


Rev. AV.H. Bond (C/h(.> 


[b) Blackmore . . 


Gagar 


571 


5 


W. Mihill 


(«) Bu-dbrook . . 


llisbridge . . 


682 


5 


J. C. Curtis 


i«) Booking 


r.raintree . . 


3,458 


5 


E. Holmes 


{h) Borley (U.D.) 


Sudbury . . 


329 


5 


W. R. Firmin 


(/() Braintree . . 


]n-aintree . . 


5,18-2 


5 


E. Holmes 


u>) Chignal (U.D.) 


Chelmsford 


500 


7 


W. W. Duffield 


ChigweU 


Kpping .. 


5,.m 


5 


F. G. Winny 


Dagenham 


Romford . . 


3,411 


5 


C. Smith 


[h) Dunton 


Billerieay . . 


140 


5 


C. C. Lews, junr. 


[b) East Ham 


West Ham 


0,713 


5 


Wm. J. Brett 


(b) Eastwood . . 


Rnchf ord . . 


529 


5 


Geo. Wood 


Felstead and Raynu (U.D.) . . 


Dunmow .. 


2,413 


5 


F. J. SneU 


Good Easter . . 


Chelmsford 


520 


5 


W. W. Duffield 


(6)Great and Little St!imbridge(U.D.) 


Rochford . • 


529 


7 


G. Wood 


Great Bardfield 


Dunmow . . 


948 


5 


T. Mace 


(a) Great Bentley 


TendiTJig . . 


911 


5 


CD. Keigwin 


Great Burstead 


Billerieay . . 


2,093 


9 


J. JetTeries 


(/;) Great Leighs (U.D.) 


Chelmsford 


878 


5 


W. W. Duffield 


(a) Great Sampford . . 


Saffron Walden . . 


881 


5 


T. Mace 


(h) Great Tothani 


Maldon . . 


794 


5 


H. Foster [Chairman) 


Haverhill (U.D.) 


Risbridge . . 


4,059 


5 


J. Bigmore 


Henham (U.D.) 


Bishop's Stortford. 


900 


5 


H. Baker 


Heyhridge 

(//) Hockley 

(/)) Kelvedon Hatch .. 


Maldon . . 


l,iJ70 


5 


T. Lott 


];ochford.. 


005 


5 


W. Gregson 


Ongar .. 


375 


5 


Rev. S. Slocock(CT/i.) 


[h] Laindon (U.D.) 


Bmericay . . 


586 


5 


H. F. Robertson 


{b] Lambourne (U.D.) 


Ongar 


1.348 


5 


W. Smith 


(,'/) Langenhoe . . 


Lexden and Wins- 


234 


5 


Rev. W. Parkinson 


tree 






(ffh airman) 


Langham 


Lexden, &c. 


756 


5 


D. B. Haddon 


(')) Lindsell 


Dunmow . . 


■^4 


5 


F. J. SneU 


Little Dunmow 


Dunmow .. 


33S 


5 


F. J. SneU 


(b 1 Little Maplestead 


Halstcad . . 


361 


7 


E . J. Potter 


(6) Low Leyton 

(b) Manuden 


West Ham 


22,990 


9 


R. Vincent 


Bisliop's Stortford. 


721 


5 


C. Burls 


(6) Mayland and AUhovnc (U.D.) . . 


Maldon , . 


030 


5 


Rev.W. Carus-WUson 



1882.] 



ESSEX. 
School Boards — contimted. 



97 







Popula- 


rj 




Boards. 


Unions of 


tion 




Names of Clerks. 






(1881). 




Mundon . . . , 


Maldon . . 
Epping . . 
Saffron Walden .. 
Maldon . . . . 


370 

738 
992 
185 


5 
5 


J. Deeks 


Nazeing 




J. W. Windu3 


Newport 




W. H. Wells 


{h) North Fambridge . . 




G. Gale 


(6) Panfield 




Braintree . . 


322 


5 


E. Holmes 


{h) PrittleweU 




Rochford . . 


4,539 


5 


Geo. Wood 


(a) Eayleigh . . 




Rochf ord . . 


1,404 


5 


Geo. Wood 


{b) Rettendon 




Chelmsford 


720 


5 


W. W. Duffield 


Rochf ord 




Rochford . . 
Romford . • 


1,665 
9,04-5 


7 
7 


W'. Gregson 
W. Smith 


(a) Romford 




Rovdon 




Epping 


841 


5 


J. Windus 


Stebbing 




Dunmow . . 


1,118 


5 


F. J. SneU 


Thaxted 




Dunmow . . 


1,914 


5 


F. J. SneU 


Tollesliunt Major 




Maldon 


433 


5 


Thos. Dudley 


(6) Vange 




Billericay . . 


158 


5 


C. C. Lewis, jun. 


(h) Wakering (U.D.) . . 




Rochford . . 


2,036 


5 


G. Wood 


(a) Waltham Abbey . . 




Edmonton 


6,197 


7 


H. Gough 


(h) Walthamstow 




West Ham ; . 


21,000 


7 


W. J. Liddiard 


ih) Wanstead . . 




West Ham 


5,119 


7 


W. Hewitt 


Wendens Ambo 




Saftron Walden . . 


363 


5 


W. W. WeUs 


Wennington 




Romford . . 


196 


5 


J. Self 


West Ham 




West Ham 


127,593 


15 


J. Self 


West Thurrock 


. .^ 


Orsett 


1,165 


5 


Arthur Carter 


ih) West TUbury 




Orsett 


34S 


5 


T. James 


White Roothing 




Dunmow . . 


423 


5 


F. J. SneU 


{h) Wimbish 




Saffron Walden . . 


;i06 


5 


H. MyhiU {Chairman) 


fa) Woodford 




West Ham 


4,609 


5 


J. E. Stacpoole 



The Militia Force. 

The Essex MUitia Force is comprised in the 3rd and 4th Batts. of the Essex Territorial 
Regiment of Light Infantry (late 44th and 56th Foot). Regimental District, No. 44. Depot, 
Warlev. Headquarters (3rd Batt.), Warley; Lieut.-Col. Com. F. G. \Miitehead ; Adjutant, Major 
R. E.Barrv. Headquarters (4th Batt.) Warley; Lieut.-Colonel Com., S. B. R. Brise, C.B. ; 
Adjutant, Major R. B. Bald. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Essex Volunteer Force consists of one brigade of AitUlery, and four admLoistrative battalions 
>f Rifles. The maximum strength of the force is about 4,000 of aU ranks. 



THE LIBERTY OF HAVERIXG-ATTE-BOWER. 

This liberty and manor comprises the parishes oi Romford, Hornchurch and Havering. No 
loss than nine charters were granted to the liberty by various monarchs between 1465 (EdwardlY.), 
and 1665 (Charles XL), the corporate body being in reality the whole of the tenants and inhabi- 
tants. The charters generally acted upon are those of Edward IV. and Elizabeth (1559 and 1558). 
The liberty is a special jurisdiction, independent of the county, having its own high steward, 
magistrates, clerk of the peace, coroner, and quarter sessions for the trial of offences committed 
in the district over which it extends. The hish steward is appointed by the lord of the manor, 
and he, in his turn, appoints a deputy steward. They are magistrates by virtue of their office, 
and one other justice of the peace is elected by the tenants and inhabitants. The charters also 
give the power to hold a court of demesne (or civU court) for causes arising withm [the liberty, but 
this was suspended by the County Com-ts Acts. The petty and quarter sessions are held at Rom- 
ford, in the County Court House, Romford, the former every Thursday. The area of the Hberty in 
1881 was 15,957 acres, or about 10 square miles, and the population numbered 12,306 persons, 
inhabiting 2,457 houses. The rateable value (1881) was £67,968 ; the income by the Liberty Rate 
in 1881 (Id.) produced £283, and the total income from aU sources was £307 ; the total expenditure 
(1831) was £567. 

Chief Officials. — Ma/jistrates, J. Fry, Esq. (Hiqh Steward), R. G. Price, Esq. {Deputy 
Stev-iardj, C. P. Matthews, Esq. {Elected Justice); Treasurer, W. Smith; Clerk of the Peace 
and Coroner, H. S. Haynes; Clerk to the Magistrates, H. S. Haynes; Hicfh Bailiff, S. 
Fletcher; HifjU Constahle for Romford Side, W. Mabbett ; Ditto, Hornchurch', T. Wedlake ; 
Consta'ile of Haveriuf], H. Aylett. 



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COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER. 

A COUNTY in the west of England, having the counties of Hereford, Worcester, and 
Warwick on the north-west and north-east ; Oxfordshire on the east ; Berks, Wilts, and 
Somerset on the south ; and the estuary of the Severn and the county of Monmouth on 
the west. Length, 60 miles; hreadth, 43 ; circumference, 245 miles; square miles, 1,258. 
The principal rivers are the Severn, Avon, Lower Avon, Wye, Thames, Windrus, Colne, 
Churnet, and the Lech. The Severn and the Thames are imited by a canal. The former 
is navigable throughout, and will take large ships up to Gloucester. The Lower Avon is 
navigable to Bath, and will bear large ships to Bristol. There are docks at Bristol and 
Gloucester. Various canals connect the Severn with the Trent and the rivers of the north. 
The Stroudwater canal runs from the Severn, near Framilode, to the Thames and Severn 
canal at Wallbridge. The Hereford and Gloucester canal is open from Gloucester to 
Hereford. The Gloucester and Berkeley canal is a great ship canal, 16| miles long, 
without a lock. There are about 3,150 miles of road. The railways belong chiefly to 
the Great Western system which passes by the south to Bristol, Exeter, and Pljonouth, 
and at Swindon sends off a northerly branch to Cheltenham, and at Gloucester crosses the 
Severn and joins the South Wales and Hereford lines. A branch of the Midland Railway 
passes by Birmingham, Worcester, Cheltenham, and Gloucester to Bristol, with a line 
from Ashchurch to Tewkesbury and some other smaller branches and connection. Sheep- 
farming is the chief employment of the people on the Cotswold liills, the heights of which 
vary from 200 to upwards of 1,000 feot. Some patches of woodland are scattered over 
these hills; their sides abound in streams, and e^■ery little valley has its brook. The soil 
is seldom more than five inches in depth, and is a calcareous loam mixed with gravel and 
small stones. The climate, considering the elevation of the ground, is unusually mild. The 
principal industrial pursuits of the inhabitants of the vale districts consist in the growing 
of corn, the fattening of cattle, and the making of cheese and butter. The grass lands of the 
valley of the Severn are chiefly alluvial deposits from that river or its tributaries. There axe 
mineral springs at Cheltenham and Gloucester ; and among the antiquities are, Lanthony 
Abbey, Berkeley and Sudeley Castles, and Gloucester Cathedral. The county returns 
four members to Parliament, two each for the east and west divisions. It is in the Oxford 
circuit, the assizes being held at Gloucester ; and it comprises two archdeaconries, in the 
united dioceses of Gloucester and Bristol and province of Canterbury. The Roman 
Catholics have a Bishop of Clifton. The borough representation comprises Bristol (city), 
Gloucester (city) and Stroud two members each, Cheltenham, Cirencester and 
Tewkesbury, one member each. The shire has 29 hundreds, 392 civil parishes, 
besides parts of others, 17 poor-law imions, 1 poor-law incorporation or special district 
(the City of Bristol), 17 registry districts, 4 municipal boroughs, [Bristol* (city), 
Cheltenham*, Gloucester* (city) and Tewkesbury*] 18 urban sanitary authorities, 
16 rural sanitary authorities, and 26 tui-npike trusts. It also has one court of 
quarter sessions, and is divided into 24 petty sessional divisions and 19 lieutenancy 
sub-di%dsions. The boroughs of Bristol (city) Gloucester (city) and Tewkesbury have com- 
missions of the peace and separate courts of quarter sessions. The city of Bristol has 
its own police. 

Geological Notes. — The hill district, composed of the Cotswold range, traversing the 
county from north to south, belongs to the lower oolite. The level portion enclosed 
between the Cotswold hills on the east, and the river Severn on the west, consists of the 
lias. The western division of the county contains two coal basins, the Bristol coal field 
on the south, and the Forest of Dean on the north, the whole of which is an extensive 
coal deposit, surrounded by an elevated border of mountain limestone and new red sand- 
stone. In the Forest of Dean iron ore is found in abundance, and numerous furnaces arc 
employed in efl'ecting its reduction; coal is also extensively worked here and in th(^ 
Bristol coal fields. Gypsum, barytes, quartz, crystals, limestone, and freestone are 
obtained in this county. 

Historical Notes. — After the departure of the Romans, Gloucestershire was held by the 
Celtic Britons until the English invasion. It was seized by the Middle English, and 
became part of the great commonwealth of Mercia. Ghvum was named Gloucester, and 
gave name to the shire, now commonly shortened to Glo'ster and Glo'stersliire. In the 
middle ages there were conflicts with the AVelsh. The Gloucestershire people had a great 
share in the conquest of Wales and Ireland. In the middle ages also the monasteries of 
Gloucester, Bristol, Cirencester, and Tewkesbury had great power. Edward II. was slain 
in Berkeley Castle in 1327. In the Yorkist war Queen Margaret and her son were taken 

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prisoners at the battle of Tewkesbury, on May 14, 1471. During the great Civil War 
many battles and sieges took place here. 

Trade, 2£aimfactures, S^c. — This is a considerable manufacturing county, the leading 
manufactures being silk, hosiery, woollens, gloves, stockings, cotton, baskets, brushes, 
combs, shoes, earthenware, glass, nails, and pins. The Stroud valley is celebrated for 
producing first-class broadcloths. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics.— Axb'a. of county, 804,977 acres ; number 
of houses (1881): inhabited, 108,827; ditto, iminhabited, 9,811; ditto, building, 809: 
population (1881): males, 269,504; females, 302,976; total, 572,480 ; average nimiber of 
persons to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of Parliamentary electors 

in 1881 (excluding boroughs) east division, 8,.599, west division, 12,544 ; valuation for 
county assessment (March 25, 1881),. £1,879,840; for police assessment £1,879,840; 
received for year by county rate (3id.), £25,456; by pohce rate (2^d.), £17,624; total 
receipts, £66,064 ; total expenditure, £69,469 ; amount of loans outstanding [nit). 

Police and Criminal Statistics. — The county force comprised (September 29, 1881) 1 
chief constable (Kear- Admiral Christian) at £500 yearly, and £100 allowance; 10 super- 
intendents (Edward Chipp, Dep. C. C. Gloucester; S. Day, Cheltenham; D. McEae, 
Coleford; J. Matthews. Fishponds; G. Ford, Dursley; N." Philpott, Stroud; W. E. 
Critchley, Chipping Sodbury ; W. Wood, Cirencester ; G. Morgan, Chipping Campden ; 
T. Busson, Northleach) from £177. 15s. 5d. to £120. 10s. lOd. yearly, and £52 each as 
allowances; 3 inspectors, at £91. os. Od. ; 44 sergeants, 28s. Od.' weekly; and 254 
constables, from 24s. 6d. to 20s. 5d. weekly ; total of all ranks, 312. The cost of the 
force in the previous year was £28,829 ; the proportion paid by the Government was 
£11,211. The area of the district is 801,951 acres. For 305 indictable offences reported, 
248 persons were apprehended, and 206 committed for trial ; for oftences determined 
summarily, 0,768 persons were proceeded against, and 5,192 convicted, 1,314 persons and 
184 convictions respectively being classed under charges of drunkenness. There are 
1,005 public-houses, 1,223 beer-houses, and 28 refreshment houses within the district con- 
trolled by the force. 

Arfrictdtural Statistics (year ending June, 1881). — Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow and grass, 655,358, viz. : corn, 164,493 ; green crops, 61,121 ; clover, grasses, «Scc., 
85,093; permanent jjasture, &c,, 328,557: bare fallow, &c., 16,069. The total nimiber of 
horses was 25,832 ; cattle, 111,190; sheep, 327,940; and pigs, 54,770. 

Principal Clarinets, Fairs, 6;c. — Bisley : Thursdays — May 4, November 12. Bristol: 
Thursdays— March 1, September 1, Thursday before July 25 (general). Campden : Wed- 
nesdays — last Wednesday in every month. Cheltenham : Thursdays — first, second and 
third Thursdays in October. Coleford : Fridays — June 20 (wool), December 5. Dursley : 
Thursdays — May 4, December 6. Gloucester: Saturdays — April 5, July 5, September 28 
November 28 ; third Monday in each month (cheese). Northleaeh : Wednesdays — October 
9 and 10 (statute). Stroud: Fridays— May 11, August 21. Tewkesbury: Wednesdays 
and Saturdays — second and fourth Wednesday in each month, October 10. 

Newspapers. — Bristol Daily Times ^ Mirror: Id. C. 1773. Leech & Taylor, 
'Bvistol.— Bristol Evening News. ^d. I. 1877. P. S. Macliver, Bristol. — Bristo'l 
Gff^f^^f, Friday, Id. I. 1880. W. A. Woodley, Bristol. Bristol Mtrctiry 6; Daily Post. 
Daily, Id.; Saturday, 2d. L. 1790. C. & G. Somerton, Bvi9,io\.— Bristol Observer'. 
Satui-day, Id. L. 1859. P. S. Macliver, Bristol. — Bristol Times i^ Mirror. Saturday, 2d. 
C. 1735. Leech and Taylor, 'Hvisiol.— Cheltenham Chronicle. Tuesday,3d. C. 1809, 
H. J. Cochrane, Cheltenham. — Cheltenham Examiner. Wednesday, 3d. L. 1839. G. 
Norman, Ch(Aienha.Ta..— Cheltenham Evening Telegram. Daily, ^. C. 1873. S. H. 
Brookes, Cheltenham. — Cheltenham Express. Saturday, id. C. 1866. S. H. Brookes' 
Cheltenham. — Cheltenham Free Press. Saturday, Id. L. '1834. G. Norman, Chelten- 
ham. Cheltenham Looker-on. Saturday, 3d. ' C. 1833. H. Davies, Cheltenham. 

Cheltenham Mercury. Saturday. Id. I. 1855. T. Harper, Chelienh-dra..— Chipping 
Campden Herald. Saturday, Id. N. 1862. Webb & Son, Chipinng Campden.— Ci«^«/o/-(^ 
Journal. Friday, Jd. N. 1864. C. E. Bird, Cinderford. — Ciuderford Mercury, Friday, 
Id. I. 1880. J. Cooksej', jun., Cinderford. — Clifton Chronicle ^- Directory. Wednes- 
day, Id. N. 1850. E. Austin & Son, Bristol. Dean Forest Guardian. T)iVLVS,di9.\,lld. C. 
1874. Hough & Bright, Coleford. — Dursley, Berkeley ^{Sharpness Gazette. Saturday, Id 
N. 1878. F. Bailey, T)\xr&\ej.— Forester (The) ^- Forest of Dean Advertiser. Thursday' 
lid. L. 1860. T. a. C]ia.nce,G\owe?,tQT.— Forester's Free Press. Thursday, id. N.' 
1862. C. E. Bird, QiAeioid,.— Gloucestershire Chronicle. Saturday, 3d. C." 1833' 
Carrington & Co., Gloucester. — Gloucester Citizen. Daily, M. I.-L. 1876. Chance 
& Bland, Gloucester. — Gloucester Journal. Saturday, 3d. L. 1722. Chance 



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and Bland, Gloucester. Gloucester Mercury. Saturday, Ud. L. 1855. C. Jeynes, 
Gloucester. Gloucester Standard. Saturday, l^d. C. 1870. J. Buchanan, Gloucester. 
^Lydney Observer. Friday, Id. I. 1871. T. C. Gwilliam, Lydney.— i»forei!o« i^'ree Pms. 
Saturday, Id. N. 1858. Webb & Son, Moreton-in- Marsh. —iS^rowr;? /o?o-««7/. Saturday, 
2d. L. 'l854. A. Higgs, Stroud. — Stroud News i^- Gloucestershire Advertiser. Friday, 
2d! l'-C. 1807. Huibert and Metcalfe, '^irowl.— Tewkesbury Record. Saturday, Id. 
L ' 1855. Collins and Easton, T!e^\iGBhvLvy.— Tewkesbury Register. Saturday, Id. C. 
1858. F. Moore, Tewkesbury .— 7roo/!o« /"m Presi'. Friday, Id. N. 1880. C. E. Bird, 
Wooton-under-Edgo. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 

The Eight Hon. the Eakl of Dvqiv.. Tin'tworth Court, Falfield. 

Higli Sheriff (1881-2) . 

Geokge William Blatiiwayt, Esq., Dyrham Park, I'.ath. 

Members of Parliament. 

East Division: Eight Hon. Sir Michael Edwakd Hicks-Beacii, Bart. (c). 

John Reginald Yoeke, Esq. (c). 

West Division : Colonel Robert Nigel Fitzhaudinge Kingscote, Esq., c.i;. (l). 

Lord MoiiETON (l). 

Chairmen of Quarter Sessions, 

Holden at Gloucester. 

John Edward Dorington, Esq., f'hairmr>n. 

C Sumner, Esq., Chairman of First Court \ R. .T. Keku, Esq., Chairman of Second Court. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy-Lieutenants of the County.) 

* Deputy-Lieutenants and Magistrates. 
A"-"-,Colonel W., The Hewletts, Cheltenham Blandy, Esq., F., Birchamp House, New 
Ancrum, Esq., W. R., St. Leonard's Court, 



H., Bretforton, near 



Gloucester 
Ash win, Esq., AV 

Evesham 
Averill, Esq., I., Broadway, near Campden 
Baker,Esq.,G. E. L., Hardwickc, Gloucester 
Baker, Esq ., J . G. ,Prescot Housc,Winch comb 
*Bakcr, Esq., T. B. L., Hardwicke Court, 

Gloucester 
Baker, Esq., H. O.L., Hardwick, Gloucester 
Baker] Esq., William Mcath, Hasfield Court, 

Gloucester 
:~ Barker, Esq., J. R. R-, Chairman of Fair- 
ford Division, FairfordPark 
Barker, Esq., P. F. E., Fairford Park, 

Fairford. 
Barkley, Esq., Henry Charles, Crickley 

BaiTOW, Northleach 
Bates, Esq., H. S., Down Ampney,Crickladc 
Bathm-st, Earl, Cirencester 
Bathurst, Esq., C, LydneyPark, Lydney 
Batten, Esq., T., the Marshes, Colcford 
*Bazley, Esq., T. S., Hatherop Castle, 

Fairford 
Bazley, Bart., Sir T., Eyford House, near 

Stow-on-tho-Wold 
Beach, Esq., W. F. H., Cranham Lodge, 

Gloucester 
^Beaufort, k.g., Duke of, Chairman of Sud- 
bury Div., Badminton Park, Chippenham 
Belfield, Esq., W., Malmains, Frcnchay, 

Bristol 
*Bengough, Esq., J. C, the Ridge, AVotton- 

under-Edge 
Birchall, Esq., J. D., Bowden Hall, near 

Gloucester 
Bird, Esq., Robert Wilberforce, Barton 

House, Shipston-on-Stour 
Biscoc, Rev. F., Turkdean, near Northleach 



land, Coleford 
*Blathwayt, Esq., G. W., Dryham Park, 

Chippenham 
BocN^ey, Bart., Sir T. H. C. , Flaxley Abbey, 

near Newnham 
Borrer, Esq., J. H., Angcston Grange, 

Uley, Dui'slcy 
*Browne, Esq., T. B., Salporton Park, near 

Northleach 
*Bourne, Rev. G. D., Chairman of Campden 
Division, Weston Subedgc, nr. Broadway 
Brico, Esq., William, 15, "Pembroke Road, 

Clifton, Bristol 
Byass, Esq., R. N., Daylesford, near Chip- 
ping Norton 
Campbell, Bart., Sir J., Chairman of Colcford 

Division, Whitcmead Park, Coleford 
*Capel, Esq.,A\"., TheGrove,ncarPains'ft'ick 
Carrington, Esq., E., 4, College Lawn. 

Cheltenham 
Carter, Esq.,A"ernon BrabazonDcan, South- 
wick Park, 'J'ewkesbury 
Castle, Major C, Frome Lodge, Stapleton, 

Bristol 
Cator, Esq., A., Trewsburv, Cirencester 
*Cavc, Esq., C. D., Clifton Park, Bristol 
Chadwick, Esq. ,R.N.,Farncombu,Broadway 
Chamberla;,-ne, Esq., H. I., Maugersbury 

Manor, near Stow 
Charlewood, Esq., J., The Elms, Ridgway, 

near Bristol 
Chaplin, Esq ., P. ,ChaA'enage House, Tetbury 
Clarke, Esq., J. A. G., Chairman of Whit- 
minster Division, Frocester, Stonehouse 
Clarke, Rev. James AVilliam, Leamington 

House, Moreton-in-Marsh 
Clarke. Esq., L. J. G., Frocester, Stonehouse 
CliflFord, Esq., H. J., Frampton Court, near 
Stonehouse 



GLOUCESTER. 



1882.] 

Clifford, Esq., "William, Heath End House, 

CromhaU, Falfield, R.S.O. [under-Edge 

Clutterbuck, Col. W., Newark Park, Wotton- 

Codrington, Bart., Sir G. W. H., Doding- 

ton Park, Chipping Sodbury 
Collier, Esq., J. A., Stanley Hall, Stonehouse 
Colchester, Esq., M. W. W., The Wilder- 
ness, ilitcheldean 
Cormack, Lt.-Col. W. F. Showborough, 

Tewkesbury [Malvern 

Coxwell, Esq., C. E., South Bank, Great 
*Craven, Esq., G. C. C, Brockhampton 

Park, near Cheltenham 
Craven, Esq., F. J. C, Brockhampton 

Park, Cheltenham 
Crawshay,Esq.,H.,Oaklands, nr. Newnham 
Crawshay, Esq., E., Blaisdon Hall, near 

Gloucester 
Crawshay, E.sq., W., Lyppiard Terrace, 
Cripps, Esq., F., Cirencester [Cheltenham 
Cripps, Esq., E. W., Ampney Crucis, Ciren- 
cester 
Cripps, Esq., Wilfred Joseph, Cirencester 
Crowdy, Esq., A., Billeslcy Hill, Alcester 
*Croomc, Esq., W. F., Bagendon House, 

near Cirencester 
Croome, Esq., J. C, Bagendon, Cirencester 
Darell, Bart., Rev. Sir W. L., Fretherne 

Court, near Stonehouse [Stonehouse 

Darell, Esq., L. E., Fretherne Court, near 
Davies, Esq., W., Stonehouse 
Davies, Esq., J., The Garth, Monmouth 
Davies, Esq., W., junr., Stonehouse 
*Davis, Bart., k.c.b.. Sir J. F., Holly 

Wood, near Bristol 
Davy, Rev. C. R., Tracy Park, Bath 
Deane, Esq., G. O., Boyce Court, Dvmock 
De Winton, Esq., T., Walls worth' Hall, 

Gloucester [House, Cheltenham 

Dc Ferrieres, m.p., The Baron, Bayshill 
De la Bere, Rev. J. B., 15, Pitville Lawn, 

Cheltenham 
Dent, Esq., J. C, Chn. of Winchcomb Bio., 

Sudeley Castle, near Winchcomb 
Dickins, Esq., W., Cheriington, near Ship- 

ston-on-Stour [Coleford 

Dighton, Esq., J. H., Oak House, Newland, 
Dighton, Rev. C. E., Mitcheldean 
Dixon, Esq.. M. T., Newland, Coleford 
Dorington, Esq., J. E., Lypiatt Park, near 

Stroud [Tewkesbury 

DowdesweU, Esq., W., Pull Court, near 
Ducie. The Earl of. Lord Lieutenant, and 

Chairman of H'otton-under-Edqe Division, 

Tortworth Court, Falfield, R.S.O. 
Dutton, Hon. E. L., 2, St. James's Place, 

London, S.W. [Carmarthenshire 

Dynevor, Lord, Dyncvor Castle, Llandillo, 
*Elwes, Esq., J. "H., Colesbourne House, 

near Cheltenham 
Elwes,Esq., H. J., Preston, near Cirencester 
Estcourt, Esq., m.p.,'G. T. J. S., Newnton 

House, Tetbury 



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Fenton, Esq., J., Norton Hall, nr. Broadway 
Fitzhardinge, Lord, Chairman of Berudnj 

Division, Berkeley Castle, Berkeley 
Foll,Esq.,H.,BeckfordHall,nr.Tewkesbury 
Ford, Esq., St. Clare, Zeelught House, 

Cheltenham 
Francis,Esq., James, Edgeworth, Cirencester 
Freeman, Esq., H. W., Thirlestaine Hall, 

Cheltenham 
Fust, Esq., H. J., Hill Court, Falfield. R.S.O. 
Fust, Esq., jun., H. J., Hill Cottage, 

Falfield,' R.S.O. 
Gael, Esq., S. H., Battledown, Charlton 

Kings, Cheltenham 
Gainsbrough, Earl of. Chipping Campden 
Gardner, Esq., W., Prestwich Lodge, Chel- 
tenham 
Gardner, Esq., J. T. A. G. G.. Cheltenham 
Gibbons, Esq., John Skipworth, Boddinglon 

Manor, Cheltenham [in-Marsh 

Godman, Esq., E. T., Banksfee, .Moreton- 
Godfrey, Esq., H., Karenza, Cheltenham 
Goodeve, Esq., M.D., H. H., Cook's Folly, 

Bristol 
Graham, Captain G. A., Rednock, Dursley 
Grey, Esq., J., The Parldands, Stonehouse 
Griffith, Esq., J. C, Priors Mesne, Lydney 
*Guise, Esq., W. F. G., Elmore Court, 

Gloucester 
*Guise, Bart., Sir W. Y., Chn. of Glou- 

ctster Div.,YXvi\oxQ,Qowx\., nr. Gloucester 
Haines, Esq., J. P., Moorwood, Cirencester 
Hale, Esq.,R. B., Alderley, Wotton-under- 

Edge . ■ [Edge 

Hale," Colonel R., Alderley, Wotton-under- 
*HalleweIl, Esq., J. AV.", Chn. of Stroud 

Div., Stratford House, Stroud 
Hamilton, v.c, Major-Gen., Thomas de 

Courcy, 3, Beaufort Villas, Cheltenham 
*Harford, Esq., C. L., Cjieitenham 
Harford, Esq., W. K., i^awreuct; Weston, 

near Bristol 
Harwood, Esq., E., Woodhouse, Almonds- 
bury, R.S.O. 
Hastings, Esq., W. H. W., The Chase, 

Malvern [House. Cheltenham 

Hawkins, Colonel C. S., Malvern Hill 
Hayward, Esq., J. F. Curtis, Quedgley, 

near Gloucester 
Henry, Esq., F., Elmstree House, Tetbury 
*Hicks-Beach, Bart., M.P., Right Hon. Sir 

M. E., Williamstrip Park, Faii-ford 
*Holford,E.sq., R.&., Weston Birt, Tetbury 
^Howard, Esq., m.p., Edward Stafford, 

Thornbuiy Castle, Thornbury 
Hyett, Esq., F. A., 13, Hereford Square, 

"Kensington, and Painswick 
Jackson, Esq., George Maver, Sandford 

Lodge, Cheltenham 
Jarratt, Rev. II., Chn.of Moreton-in-Marsh 

Div., Bourton, near Moreton-in-]\Iarsh 
Jenkins, Esq., R. C, Beachley Lodge, 

Chepstow 



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.JoTikias,Esq.,iun.,R.P.,TheCwm,Monmouth 
Jcnkinson, Esq., (Jr. B., Eastwood Park, 

Falfield, R.S.O. 
Jcnkinson, Bart., Sir G. S., Chalnnav 

of T/ior/ibi/n/ Division, Eastwood, Falfield, 

E.S.O. 
Jones, Esq., Anthony Gr., Downhatherly 

Court, near Gloucester 
Jones, Esq., W., Cheltenham 
Keeling, Esq., G. B., Severn House, Lydney 
Kerr, Esq., R. J., The Haie, Newnham 
*Kingscote, c.ii., m.p., Col. R. N. F., Chair- 
man of Horslcy and Tethnry JJivixions, 

King-scote Park, near Wottou-under-Edge 
Kingscote, Esq., R. N. F., Kingscotc Park, 

Wotton-nnder-Edgo 
Knowles, Esq., A., New Court, Nowent 
Lancaster, Esq., T. , Bownhani House, Stroud 
Lcatham, Esq., m.p., E. A., Miserdine, 

Cirencester, and 4(3, Eaton Sq., London 
Lechmere, Rev. A. B., Hanley Castle, 

Upton-on-Severn 
Leigh, Esq., E. E., Broadwell, Manor 

House, Moreton-in-Marsh 
Leigh, Lord, Stoncleigh Abbey, near Kenil- 

"worth [Stonehouse 

Leigh, Esq., W., Woodchester Park, near 
Little, K.C.B., Sir A., "Upton House, Tetbury 
Little, Esq., E. C, Field Place, nr. Stroud 
Little, Esq., J. C, Pitchcombe House, near 

Stroud 
Long, S., Esq., Wotton-under-Edge 
Lovesy, Esq., C. W., Charlton Kings, 

Cheltenham [Gloucester 

Lucy, Esq., W. C. , Brookthorpe, near 
Lucy, Esq., jun., W. C, Brookthorpe, 

near Gloucester [Thornbury 

*Maclaine, Esq., W. 0., Kington, near 
Maclaine, Esq., J. T.,Kj-neton, Thornbury 
Maltby, Esq., E.,WolscleyHs., Cheltenham 
*Marling, Esq., S. S., Stanley Park, 

Stonehouse [Stonehouse 

Marling, Esq., W. H., Stanley House, near 
Marriott, Esq., E. J. B., Burford, Oxon 
Maskelyne, Esq., M.r., r.iis., M. H. N. S., 

Salthorp Lodge, AVronghton 
*Master, Esq., T. W. C, Chairman of 

Cirencester Liv., The Abbey, Cirencester 
Master, Esq., jun., m.p., T. W. C, 

Stratton, near Cirencester 
Mauley, Lord dc, Little Barrington, near 

Lechlade [Bristol 

Miles, Esq., E. P. W., Shirehampton, near 
Milward, Esq., G., Manor House, Lechlade 
*Monk, Esq., m.p., C. J., 5, Buckingham 

Gate, London [Falfield, R^S.O. 

*Moroton, Lord H. H. E.,Tortworth Court, 
Morse, Esq., T., Ashmead, Durslej- 
TSTash, Rev. E. S., Old Sodbury, near Chip- 
penham [Court, Stonehouse 
Niblett, Esq., Arthur Edward, Haresfield 
Kiblett, Esq., J. D. T., Haresfield Court, 

near Stonehouse 



[1882. 

*Noel, Esq., E. A., Clanna Falls, Lydney 
North wick, Lord, North wick Park, Campden 
Palairet, Captain, Charles Harvey, Wicks 

Elme, Berkeley 
Palmer, Rev. F., EastclifiFe, Tidenham, 

Chepstow 
Palmer,Esq.,C.T., Newland House, Coleford 
*Parry, Esq., T. G., Higham Ct., Gloucester 
Paul,Esq.,E.J.E.,RodboroughManor,Stroud 
Percival, Esq., Edward H., Meredith, 

Gloucester 
Peters, Rev. T., Eastington, nr. Stonehouse 
Phelps, Esq., W. J., Chairman of Bnrsley 

Division, Chestal, Dm-slcy 
Plaync, Esq., W., Longford House, Min- 

chinhampton 
PlajTie, Esq., A. T., Longfords, Nailsworth 
*Pole, Bart., Sir P. V.-N., Todenham 

House, Moreton-in-Marsh 
Potter, Esq., R., Standish Court, near 

Stonehouse [cester 

*Price, Esq., W. P., Tibberton Court, Glou- 
Pricc, Captain W. E., Tibberton Court, 

Gloucester 
Price, Rev. William Henry, St. Dennis 

Rectory, Northleach 
*Probyn, Esq., E., Chairman of Kcivnham 

Division, Huntley, Gloucester 
Pyrke, Esq., D., Cheltenham 
Raikes, Esq., S. N., Hill Ash, Dymock 
Redesdale, Earl of, BatsfordPark,Moreton- 
Reynolds, Esq., J., Gloucester [in-Marsh 
Rice, Esq., J. T., Broadwell, near Stow- 

on-the Wold 
'Rogers, Esq., R. R. C, Dowdeswell House, 

near Cheltenham 
Rogers, Esq., C. E. C, Dowdeswell Court. 

Cheltenham 
*Salmon, Captain H. T., Fern Park, Olves- 

ton, Almondsbury 
*Sampson, E., Esq., Henbury, near Bristol 
Sargeaunt, Esq., J., Tewkesbury Park 
Sartoris, Esq., A., Abbot's Wood, near 

Stow-on-the-Wold 
Scobell, Esq., Sandford George Treweeke, 

The Down House, Rcdmarley, Gloucester 
Seyes, Esq., W. 2&., Chairman of Lydney 

Division, Tutshill House, near Chepstow 
Shekell, Esq., T. S., Pcbworth, near Strat- 

ford-on-Avon [Northleach 

Sherborne, Lord, Sherborae Lodge, near 
*Skillicorne, Esq., W. N., Chairman of Chel- 
tenham Division, Cheltenham 
Smith, Esq., B., Stoke Bishop, Bristol 
Sommerville,Esq.,W.,BittonHill,nr. Bristol 
Stanton, Esq., A. J., 5, Percival road,Clifton 
Stanton, Esq., C. H., 65, Redcliife-gardens, 

London, S.W. 
Stanton, Esq., J. T., The Leaze, Stone- 
house, Gloucestershire 
Stanton, Esq., W. J., The Culls, Stroud 
Stanton, Rev. W. H., Hazleton Rectory, 
near Cheltenham 



1882.] GLOtrCESTETl. 

ytephenson, Esq., J. G., Cloevelands, 

Bishop's Cleeve, Cheltcnliam 
Steward, Rev. C. H., Northway House, 

Tewkesbury 
St. John, Esq., H. C. , Stokefield, Thombury 
*Stoughton, Esq., T. A., Owlpen Park, 

near Diirsley [Park, Stroud 

Strachan, Esq., Josiah Greethead, Farm Hill 
Sudeley, Lord, ToddLngton, Winchcomb 
Sumner, Esq., C., Hempstead Ct., Gloucester 
*Surman, Esq., J., Chairman of Teifkesbury 

Division, Tredington, near Tewkesbury 
Swinburne, Esq., Thomas Ward, Comdean 

Hall, Winchcomb 
Tagart,Esq.,F.,01d Snead Park, nr. Bristol 
Talbot, Hon. andHev. G. G. C, Chairman of 

Northlcach Liv., Withington, Northleach 
Talbot, Esq., G. C., Prcscott, Winchcomb 
Tartt, Esq., W. M.. Cheltenham 
Taylor, Esq., J., The Rocks, Marshfield 
Tecsdale, Esq., F. S. , Kingsland, Aure, 

Newnliam,&9,Cromwellrd.,London,S.W. 
*Thackwell, Esq., J. C, Dymock, near 

Gloucester, Chairman of Xeivent Division. 
Thomas, Esq , A., Bilson House, Xewnham 
Thomas, Esq., Chas., Stoke Bishop, Bristol 
Thursby, Esq., P., Broadwell House, More- 

ton-in-Marsh 
Tothill, Esq. , F., The Grove, Stoke Bishop, 

Bristol [tenham 

Townsend, Rev. W. L., The Grove, Chel- 



103 



Trye, Rev. C. B., LecMiampton, near Chel- 
tenham [Winchcomb 

Waddingham, Esq., J., Guiting Grange, 

Waddingham, Esq., jun., J., Guiting 
Grange, Winchcomb 

*Waller, Esq., E., Farmington Lodge, near 
Northleach 

Warner, Esq., T., Cirencester 

Wheeler, Rev. G. D., Wolford, near 
Moret on -in -Marsh 

Williams, Esq., L. W. E., Barton East 
House, Xailsworth, Stroud 

Willmott, Esq., H., The Lawn, Cheltenham 

Willmott, Esq., H., Hatherley Lawn, 
Cheltenham 

Wilson, Esq., M. W., Cirencester 

*Wingfield, Esq., E. R., Great Barrington, 
near Farringdon 

Winterbotham, Esq., Arthur Brend, Nor- 
man Hill, Durslev 

*Witts, Rev. E. F. {Chairman of Stow 
Division), Upper Slaughter 

*Worcester, Marquis of, Badminton Park, 
Chippenham 

Workman, Esq., H., Great Hampton, near 
Evesham [ITiame 

Wykeham, Esq., P. J. J)., Tythrop Eouse, 

Yatman, Esq., W. H., Highgrove, Tetbury 

Yorko, Esq., J., Forthampton Court, near 
Tewkesburj' 

Yorke, Esq., m.p., J. R., Forthampton 
Court, Tewkesbury 



Trotter, Esq., I., The Combs, Coleford 

Deputy Lieutenants not Magistrates. 
Baker, Sir Samuel White, Sandford, Orleigh, Newton Abbott. 
Moreton, The Hon. Richard Charles, 76, South Audley Street, London. 
Stoughton, Esq., Charles William. Owlpen Park. Dur.sley. 
Chief County Officials. 
Clerk of the Peace and Clerk to the Lientcnrinci/, Francis Edward Guise, Esq. (Shirehall, 
Gloucester) ; County Treasurer and Cleric of Indictments — G. F. Riddiford, Esq. (King 
Street, Gloucester) ; Chief Constable — Roar Admiral Christian, r.n. (Cheltenham) ; Under 
Sheriff — Edward Walker Coren, Esq. (Gloucester), {Comitj/ Surveyor — Mr. J. Medland 
(Gloucester) ; Coroners — ^Edward Mills Grace, Esq., M.n., Lower Di-vision (Thombury) ; 
A. J. M. Ball, Esq., Stroxid Division (Stroud); Edward W. Coren, Esq., Upper Division 
(Gloucester) ; Maurice Frederic Carter, Esq., Forest Division (Xewnham). 

Tlie Petty Sessional Divisions. ^^^ 



Divisions. 



Are.a. 
Acres. 



Berkeley . . 
Camp den . . 
Cheltenham 
Cu-encester 
Coleford . . 
Durslcy 
Fairford . . 



Popula- 
tion 
0S71). 



Petty Sessions held at and on Clerks toMagistrates.; Annual 
I \ Salary. 



15,740 A,DGS Court House, Berkeley (eyery 

I ird Wednesday) . . 

38,353 8,160 ' Police Court, Chipping Camp- 

1 ' den {1st tO SrdJVednesdays) 

35,776 55,776 I PoUce Comi, Cheltenham 

j (daily) 

60,961 I 16,002 I Ciiencester {every Monday). . 

27,776 ' 16,691 Coleiord {alternate Tuesdays), 

16,150 I 7,44^ Court House, Dursley (every, 
I Mondaif, C. J . Act) 

34,358 7,907 j Court House, Fairford ^Ind 
' Tuesday) .. . , 



C. Scott, Berkeley 66 

F. Hancock, Ship- 103 

ston-on-Stour 
F. and E. Griffiths, 473 

Cheltenham 
Kobert EUett, . 219 

Cirencester 
Eobt. H. Fryer, I 194 

Coleford I 

T. Trewren Vizard, 61 

Dursley 
G.Symmons White, 65 

Fairford 



104- 



THE COUNTT COMPANION". 

The Petty Sessional Divisions — continued. 



["1882. 







Popula- 


1 

i 




Divisions. 


Area. 


tion 


Petty Sessions held at and on. [Clerks toMagistratcs. 


Annual 




Acres. 


(1871). 






Salary. 


Gloucester 


44,557 


25,618 


Shire Hall, Gloucester (every 


K. H. Fryer, 


£ 
128 








Saturday) Gloucester 




Horsley . . 


15,648 


12,445 


Session House, Nailsworth G. Birt Smith, 
{alternate Thursdays) . . Nailsworth 


103 


Lawford's Gate . . 


41,175 


54,704 


Session House, Lawford's Latchams & Monta- 
Gate, Bristol (cyc/'y Monday) gue, Stokes Croft, 


632 








<£• TJmrsday) 


Bristol 




Lydney . . 


26,758 


7,^97 


Court House, Lydney {every 
ith Wednesdai/) . . 


JamesEvans, Chep- 
stow 


86 


Moreton-in-Marsh 


8,124 


2,550 


WTiitc Hai-t, Moreton {last 
Tuesday) 


F. Hancock, Ship- 
ston-on-Stour 


27 


Newent . . 


30,081 


7,956 


Newent {alternate Mondays) 


P. Cooke, Glo'ster 


88 


Newnham . . 


39,741 


24,04J 


Littledean {alter. Mondays) 


M. F. Carter, Newn- 
ham 


310 


Northleach 


53,034 


7,772 


Northleach Prison {alternate 
Wednesdays) 


S. Ward, North- 
leach 


84 


Sodbury . . 


55,606 


14,958 


Cross Hands, Old Sodbury 
{1st S 3rd Fridays) 


John Trenfield, 
Chipping Sodbury 


148 


Stow 


41,027 


8,866 


Court House, Stow-on-the- 
Wold {alternate TInirsdays) 


E. G. Francis, 
Stow-on-the-Wold 


121 


Stroud 


21,843 


19,977 


Town HaU, Stroud (cr. Fri.) 


E.C.Davis, Stroud 


176 


Tetbury , . 


22,406 


5,504 


Town Hall, Tetbuiy {alter- 
nate Wednesdays) 


A. H. Paul, Tet- 
bury 


51 


Tewkesbiry 


22,189 


4,606 


Town HaU.Tewkesbury {alter- 
nate Thursdays) .. 


Chas. W. Moore, 
Tewkesbury 


64 


Thornbuiy 


47,528 


12,368 


Thornbury {alt. Wednesdays) 


Grossman & Lloyd, 
Thomburv 


126 


VVhitminster 


29,213 


14,891 


Coui-t House, WToitminster 
{27id (fj last Thurs. <£• every 
Monday, C. J. A.) 


T. Trewren Vizard, 
Dursley 


121 


Wincbcomb 


55,689 


9,521 


Wincbcomb {last Friday) . . 


E. S. Wood, 
Winchcombe 


93 


Wotton-und.-Edge 


15,974 


7,027 


Court House, Wotton {every 
Friday) 


Osborne Dauncey, 
Wotton-un.-Edge 


77 



Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



Authorities 



Awre 



Bisley 
Bristol 
Charlton Kings 

Cheltenham 
Cirencester 
Colef ord , . 
Gloucester . . 
Horfield . . 
Leckhampton 

Newnham . . 

St. George . . 

Stapleton . . 

Stow-on-the -Wold 

Stroud 

Tetbury 

Tewkesbury 

Westbury-on-Severn 



Character of 
Authority. 



Local board 



Population 
(1881). 



1,179 



Local board 


^ , 


5,168 


Municipal borough 


206,503 


Local board 


•• 


3,950 


Municipal bor 


ough 


43,972 


Local board 


. . 


7,703 


Local board 




2,709 


Municipal borough 


36,552 


Local board 




5,740 


Local board 




3,502 


Local board 




1,455 


Local board 




26,394 


Local board 




7,811 


Local board 




1,636 


Local board 




7,583 


Local board 




2,419 


Municipal bor 


ough 


5,100 


Local board 




2,272 



Rateable 
value (1881). 



£ 
12,865 

13,993 

878,413 

22,571 

209,600 

25,718 

6,876 

114,433 
17,450 
19,073 

10,079 
50,255 
31,586 

2,826 
22,616 

4,589 
19,496 
20,901 



Names of Clerks. 



M. F. Carter, Ncwn- 
ham 

E. Witchell, Stroud 

J. G. Heaven 

J. W. Gabb, Chelten- 
ham 

E. T. Brydges 

Eobt. Ellet't 

J. Hullett 

K. H. Fryer 

W. H. Pingstone 

D. Mallory, Chelten- 
ham 

M. F. Carter 
A. Essery, Bristol 
Fredk. Rawle 
H. Parker 

E. Witchell 
W. F. Rogers 
Badham & Brookes 
M.F. Carter, Newnham 



1882.] 



GLOUCESTER. 

Poor-Liaw (and Rnral Sanitary) Authorities. 



105 



Unions and 

Authorities. 



Area, 
Acres. 



Popula- Rateable 

tion I value 
(1881.) (1881.) 



BartonRegi8(P.L.A.)| 29,475 
(R.S.A)i 20,182 



*Bristol (Incrprtn.) 


755 


Cheltenham 


25,909 


Chipping Sodburv 


62,356 


Cirencester 


85,031 


Dursley 


26,521 


Gloucester . . 


32,222 


Newent 


45,281 


Northleach 


67,647 


Stapleton . . 


2,554 


Stow-on-the-Wold 


41,1.31 


Stroud 


42,633 


Tetbury . . 


25,641 


Tewkesbury 


39,204 


Thombury . . 


65,840 


Westbury-ou-Sevemj 


43,246 



Wheatenhurst 
Winchcomb 



24,470 
57,494 



166,068 
12,864 

66,964 
55,506 
17,519 
21,310 
12,550 
46,880 
11,030 
9,984 

9,129 
41,331 

5,894 
12,993 
17,096 
23,552 

7,349 
9,533 



670,884 



342,213 
306,723 
117,970 
131,660 
64,963 
201,096 
69,627 
73,041 
26,284 
60,840 
145,756 
41,935 
95,625 
122,778 
75,696 

58,057 
76,143 



Names of Chairmen. 



Names of Clerks. 



John YaUand 
Thos. Pease . 



G. S. Tricks . . 
Rev. Canon Trye 
Sii- G. W. H. Codringt 
R. A. Des . . 
J. H. Borrer . . 
Rev. H. W. Maddy . 
Rev. H. L. Whalley. 
Hon. and Rev. G. G. C 
John Yalland . . 

A. Sartoris . . 
J. E. Dorington 
Colonel Kingscote, C 
Josepli Yorke 
H. J. Fust, juu. 
Edmund Probyn 

J. A. Graham-Clrtrke 

B. Smithin . . 




C. H. Hunt 
■ F. Rawle 



E. G. Doggett 
R. Ticehurst 
J.D.B.Trenfield 
\V. L. Cooke 
G. Wenden 
L. G. H. Mayer 
. . John E. Price 
Talbot S.Ward 
. . F. Rawle 
. . R. G. Francis 
. . W. Warman 
B. . . W. F. Rogers 
. . H. A. Badham 
. . T. Harney 
.. M. F. Carter, 

Xewnham 
. . ; G. Spire, Stroud 
. .1 J. H. Stephens 



Poor-law district only — not a Rural Sanitary Authority. 

School Boards. 



Boards. 



Bristol 

(b) Gloucestek 

(a) Ashchurch . . 
Ashton-under-Hill 

(b) Barton, St. Mary (U.D.I . . 
(b) Bishop's Cleeve"(U.D.) ' . . 
Bledington 

(b) Boddington (U.D.) 
Bourton-on-the-\Vater 
Bretforton 

(a) Churchdown 

(b) Cirencester. . 
(b) Elmore 

(b) Ehnstone Hardwicke (U.D.) 

Filton :. 

I) Forest of Dean (U.D.) 

(b) Gotheringtou 
(b) Great RissLugton . . 
Hinton-on-the-Green. . 
(b) Hucclecote 

(b) Mickleton (U.D.) 

Naunton 

Newent . . 

(6) Painswick . . 

Eodborouah . . 

(b) St.Briavels andHewelsfield (U.D 

St. George 

Southam and Brockhampton 

(b) Stoke Orchard (U.D.) . . 

Stroud . . 

(b) Twyning 

Tytherington . . 

(b) Welford (U.D.) 

(6) Winchcomb (U.D.) 
WooUaston 



Union of 



Municipal borough 

Municipal borough 

Tewkesbury 

Evesham . . 

Gloucester 

Winchcomb 

Stow-on-the-Wold.. 

Tewkesbury 

Stow-on-the-Wold, 

Evesham . . 

Gloucester 

Cirencester 

Gloucester 

Tewkesbury 

Barton Regis 

Westbury-on- 

Sevem . . 
Winchcomb 
Stow-on-the-Wold. 
Evesham . . 
Gloucester 
Shipston-on-Stour. 
Stow-on-the-Wold . 
Newent 
Stroud 
Stroud 
Chepstow . . 
Barton Regis 
Winchcomb 
Tewkesbury 
Stroud 
Tewkesbui-y 
Thornbury 
Stratford-on-Avon 
Winchcomb 
Chepstow . . 



Popula- 
tion 
(1861). 



206,000 

36,552 

680 

359 

7,283 

1,211 

398 

754 

1,157 

565 

1,100 

7,700 

352 

449 

290 



Names cf Clerks. 






21,114 I 11 
3S8 
481 
180 
429 
752 



2,889 

6,019 

5,779 

1,710 

26,394 

238 

278 

11,096 

857 

U5 

045 

3,186 

998 



B. Wilson 
P. Cooke 

H. A. Badham 
H. Wadams 
H. Tuthill 
H. A. Badham 
F. Pegler 
H. A. Badham 
G. L. Jordan 
H. Wadams 
H. Tuthill 
R. EUett 
Rev. J. P. Foster 
H. A. Badham 

F. W. Gayuer (Hon.) 

J. S. Bradstock 
J. H. Stephens 

G. Osborn 
H. Wadams 
Rev. C. Heath 

C. W. C. Westmacot 
S. G. CoUett 

J. E. Price 

L. W. Winterbotham 

C. H. Winterbotham 

L. W. Winterbotham 

J. Stubbs 

J. H. Stephens 

H. A. Badham 

F. A. Hvett 

H. A. Badham 

J. Hewett (Vice-Chn.j 

F. L. Thompson 

E. S. Wood 

W. Morgan 



106 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

The Militia Force. 

Tlie Gloucestersliirc Militia Force is comprised in the ?>rd and 4th ]?attalions of the Gloucester- 
shire Territorial Rigiincnt of Infantry (late 2Sth and (Jlst Foot). EcKimcntal District, No. 2S. 
Depot, Bristol. Head-qnarters (3rd Battalion), Bristol. Hon. Colonel, Lord FitzHardinge ; Lieut. - 
Colonel, J. P. Bontein, Esq. ; Adjutant, Capt. W. M. Fowler. Headquarters (4th Battalion), 
Cii-encester, Hon. Colonel, E. N. F. Kingseote, C.b. ; Lieut.-Colonel, J. W. Wallington, c.B. 
Adjutant, Capt. J. Marshman. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Gloucestershire Volunteer Force consists of one corps of Yeomanry Cavalry. Maximum 
strength of estahlishment, 425 of all ranks. Headquarters, Badminton. Hon. Colonel, Duke of 
Beaufort; Lieut-Coh)nels, C. W. Miles and Lord Fitzhardinge ; Adjutant, Major E. M. 
Dansey. One brigade of Artillery ; two corps of Engineers (including contingents from Devon 
and Somerset) ; and two administrative battalions of Eiflcs. The maximum strength of the force 
(exclusive of Yeomanry) is 4,420 of all ranks. 



COUNTY OF HEREFORD. 

Ax inland shire on the border of Wales, formerly part peopled by Welsh ; bounded on 
the north by Shropshire and Worcestershire, on the east by Worcestershire and 
Gloucestershire, on the soiith by Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire, and on the west by 
Eadnorshii-e, Brecknockshire, and Monmouthshire. Length, 40 miles; breadth, 34 miles; 
circumference, ISO miles; square miles, 836. Watered by the Wye, Lugg, Monnow, 
Teme, Arrow, and Froome rivers. There are also the Leominster and Gloucester canals; 
and close upon 1,800 miles of roads. By means of the Shrewsburj- and Hereford, the 
Kcw'port and Abergavenny, and the Hereford, Ross, and Gloucester railways, there is a 
great north and south line from Liverpool to South Wales and Bri.stol ; and by the railway 
through Gloucester there is a communication from Wales to the metropolis and the east. 
There are also the Worcester and Hereford, and the Hereford, Hay, and Brecon railways. 
The surface is beautifully diversified by hill and dale, the former commanding some of the 
finest views in England, noble and extensive woods and orchards alternating with rich 
cornfields and verdant meadows. The soil is favourable to growth of oak, elm, alder, and 
other timber, which is abundant everywhere. The shire is good for tillage, and is well 
known for its breed of oxen. The orchards yield good cider and perry, and the leading 
crops are wheat, barley, hops, clover, vetches, oats, and tuniips. The county returns 
three members to Parliament. It is in the Oxford circuit, the assizes being held at 
Hereford ; and it constitutes an archdeaconry and deanery in the diocese of Hereford, 
province of Canterbury. The borough representation comprises Hereford (city) two 
members, and Leominster one member. The shire has 11 hundreds; 258 ci-\-il parishes, 
besides parts of others; 8 poor law unions; 7 registry districts; 2 municipal boroughs 
[Hi>rcford* (city), and Leominster*] ; 4 urban sanitary authorities; 8 rural sanitary autho- 
rities; and 7 turnpike trusts. It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is" divided 
into 11 petty sessional divisions, and 11 lieutenancy sub-divisions. The borough of 
Hereford (city) has a commission of the peace and separate court of quarter sessions ; the 
borough of Leominster has a commission of the peace only, but both have their own 
police. 

Geological Xoti's. — Herefordshire belongs mostly to the old red sandstone formation, and 
the soil is principally a deep, heavy, red loam, changing to clay or gravel. The minerals 
include limestone, sandstone, and other building stones, which are not much wrought. 

Historical Notes. — The earliest historical occupation of Herefordshire is that of the 
Silures, a tribe of Iberian or Euskardian origin, who had displaced the Briton or Welsh in 
many parts of South and West Britain, but who, in the centurj' before the coming of 
Julius CfEsar, had themselves been driven back by newer comers — the Belgas. About the 
year 73, Julius Frontinus overcame the Silurians and took Herefordshire, which remained 



Vide " Municipal Corporations Companion." Wa'.erlow & Sons Limited. 



1882.] HEREFORD. lOf 

under the sway of the Romans for 400 years. On their withdrawal, the Welsh for a short 
time became masters ; hut the English having taken East Herefordshire, it was brought 
within the bounds of the great commonwealth or kingdom of Mercia. In 819 the Danes 
became masters of IMercia, and made Kenulf king ; but Herefordshire again fell under the 
sway of the West Saxon kings, and became part of the great kingdom of the English. 
There are old castles at Wilton, Goodrich, Kilpeck, Lyonshall, Long Town, Clifford, and 
Wigmore. In feudal times this shire was under the Lord President of the Welsh 
Marches. Offa, king of the Middle English, threw up a great wall called Offa's dyke, 
beyond which if any Welshman was found his right hand was cut off. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^-c. — The manufactures are few and unimportant, consisting 
chiefly of some coarse woollens, gloves, and hats. Brewing and malting are on a very 
small scale. , 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics. — Area of county, 532,898 acres ; number of 
houses (1881) : inhabited, 25,627; ditto, iminhabited, 1,749; ditto, building, 112 ; popu- 
lation (1881) : males, 59,746; females, 61,296 ; total, 121,042 ; average nimiber of persons 
to an acre, ; ditto, acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors in 1881 

(excluding boroughs), 9,004; A-aluation for county assessment (March 25th, 1881), £784,670 ; 
for police assessment, £758,221 ; received for year by county rate (5|d.), £18,951 ; by police 
rate (Id.), £3,164 ; total receipts, £31,646 ; total expenditure, £30,224 ; amount of loans 
outstanding (March 25th, 1881), £43,557. 

Police and Criminal Statistics. — The county force comprised (September 29th, 1881), 
1 chief constable (Captain J. D. Telfer), at £400 yearly, and £100 allowances; 8 super- 
intendents (T. Ovens, Bromyard ; W. Cope, Hereford ; R. Edwards, Kington ; J. 
Smith, Ledburj' ; T. Dykes, Leominster ; G. Smith, Ross ; G. Ovens, Weoblev ; 
F. W. Dallow, clerk, Hereford), from £130. 15s. lOd. to £112. 10s. lOd. yearly, and £60 
to £50 each as allowances ; 12 sergeants, fi'om 29s. 9d. to 26s. lOd. weekly; and 49 con- 
stables, from 24s. 6d. to 19s. lOd. weekly; total of all ranks, 70. The cost of the force 
in the previous year was £6.381 ; the proportion paid by the Government was £2,802. 
The area of the district is 519,843 acres. For 231 indictable offences reported, 205 persons 
were apprehended, and 139 committed for trial; for offences determined summarily, 2,135 
persons were proceeded against, and 1,550 convicted, 370 persons and 337 convictions 
respectively being classed under charges of dnmkenness. There are 264 public-houses, and 
168 beer-houses within the district controlled by the force. 

Agricultural Statistics (year ending Jvme, 1881). — Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow, and grass, 445,850, viz. : com, 100,612 ; green crops, 31,495 ; clover, grasses, &c., 
35,779; permanent pasture, &c., 260,910; hops, 5,939; bare fallow, &c., 11,099. The 
total number of horses was 21,688; cattle, 77,229; sheep, 219,936; and pigs, 22,999. 

Frincijml Markets, Fairs, ^c. — Bromyard : Thursdays — March 21 and 2.5, May 1 and 3, 
Whit-Monday, July 18, September 29, October 24, December 9. Hereford : Wednesdaj^s 
and Saturdays — Wednesday after February- 2, Easter Wednesday, Wednesday after first 
Tuesday in May, first Wednesday in July, third Wednesday in August, third Wednesday 
in October, second Wednesday in December (stock, wool and hops). Kington : Tuesdays — 
January 29, April 16, May 11, Whit-Monday, July 9, August 6, September 18 and 19, 
October 8, November 12, December 17. Leominster : Fridays — a great market is held the 
first Friday in each month ; (fairs, for wool, cattle and lambs) February 13, Tuesday after 
Mid-Lent Sunday, May 2, second Friday in June, June 29, July 10, August 4, September 
4, Monday before third Wednesday in October, November 8, Friday after December 11. 

Xewsjmpers. — Hereford Journal. Satui-day, 2d. C. 1713. P. Ralph, Hereford. — Here- 
fordshire Mercury and Independent. Tuesday, Id. I. 1864. W. Prosser, Hereford. 
— Hereford Times. Satiu-day, 3id. L. 1832. C. Anthony, Hereford. — Hereford 
TV cehly Marvel. Saturday, Id. N. 1869. F. T. Hawkins, Hereford.— Xuzi^iJow &«3e«e 
Tuesday, Id. I. 1860. E. Humphreys, Kington. — Ledhury Free Press. Tuesday, Id. 
N. 1869. G.WiUiams, Ledbury.— "Jtfi?H of i?oss." Thursday, Id. N. 1855. J. W. 
F. Counsell, Ross.— i?oss Gazette. Thursday, Id. N. 1867. W. Hill, Ross. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Right Hen. Lord B.\teman, Shobdon Court, Hereford. 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 
Edw.ird Ho worth Greenly, Esq., Titley Com't, Kington. 

Members of Parliament. 
Sir J. R. Batlet, Bart. (c). M. Biddulph, Esq. (l). Thos. Duckham, Esq. (l.) 



108 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



[1882. 



Chairman and Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 

HoLDEX AT HeUEPORI). 

Sir EiCHARD Harington, Bart., Chn. John Maurice Herbert, Esq., Vicc-C/ui. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Magistrates and Deputy Lieutenants. 



*Acton, Esq., A. "W., How Caplc Grange, 

Eoss 
Alexander, Rev. G.E., Stoke Pliss, Bromyard 
*AIlen, Esq., B. H.. Clifford Court.'-R.S.O. 
Archdall, Esq., A. M., Underdown, Ledbury 
♦Arbuthnot, r.a., Lt.-Col. G., 5, Belgrave 

Place, S.O. 
*Arkwriglit, Esq., J. H., C/i/i. of Leominster 

Division, Hampton Court, Leominster 
■*Armitage, Esq., A., Dadnor, Tloss 
Ashton, Esq., J. H., Hatfield Court, Leo- 
minster 
*Aynsloy, Rev. J. C. Murray, Hereford 
*Bacon, Esq., E., Eywood, Kington 
Baggallay, The Right Hon. Sir E., 55, 

Queen's Gate, London, S.W. 
*Bailey, Bart., m.p. , Sir J. R., Glanusk 

Park, Crickhowell 
Bailey, Esq., H. J., Eowden Abbey, 

Bromyard 
Banks, Esq., R. W., Ridgebourne, Kington 
*Bannerman, Esq., J. M., Wyaston Leys, 

Monmouth 
*Barnehy, Esq., W., Saltmarsh Castle, 

Clater Park, Bromyard 
*Barneby, Esq., W. H., Bredenbury House, 

Bromyard 
BaskerviUe, Esq.,W.T.M., Ceyro Court.Hay 
Bateman, Lord [Lord Lieutenant), Shobdon 

Court 
Beever, Rev. W. H., Llandyssil Rectory, 

Montgomery 
Berrington, Esq., C. M., Little Malvern 

Court 
*Berrington, Col. J., Lieut.-Col. Commdt., 

Hereford Militia 
Betton, Esq., R., Overton Lodge, Ludlow 
*Biddulph. Esq., Ji.r., M., Ledbury 
Biddulph,Esq., R. M., Cliirk Castle, Chirk 
Biscoe, Eev. W., Donnington, Ledbury 
Blisset, Eev. H., Letton Court, Hereford 
*Bodenham, Esq., C. de la B., Rotherwas, 

Hereford 
Boughton, Bart., Sir C. H. R., Downton 

Hall, Salop 
Bridgford, Col. R., Upper Newton, Kin- 

nersley 
Eroadwood,Esq.,W. S., Cabalva, Whituev, 

R.S.O. 
*Brown, Major J. M.,Hall Court, Bromyard 
Browne. Rev. H., Eastham, Tenbury 
Brydges, Bart., Sir H. H. J., Boultibrookc, 

Presteign 
Buckle, Rev. J., Ashperton, Ledbury 
Burlton, Esq., T., Caswell House, Leo- 
minster 



*Burr, Esq., D. H. D., Aldermaston Park, 

Newbury, Berks 
"*Caldwell, Esq., B., Marsh House, Leo- 
minster 
*Cam, Esq., T., Hereford 
Capper, Rev. D., Cheltenham 
*Capper, Esq., R. H., 67/. of ILarcwood'f 

End Division, Northgate, Ross 
Clifford, Col. H. M., St. Ronans, Torquay 
*Clive, Major C. M. B., Whitfield, Hereford 
Olive, Col. E. H., 16, Ennismorc Gardens, 

Princes Gate, London 
*Clowes, Esq., J., Burton Court, Pem- 

bridge, R.S.O. 
Coates, Esq., E., Combe House, Presteign 
*Cockburn, Sir E. C, Bart., Lennoxstone, 

Ross 
Coke, Rev. G. F., Titlcy Priory, R.S.O. 
*Coke, K.C.B., Major-Gen. Sir J., Lemore, 

Eardislev, R.S.O. 
*Cooke, Esq., W. H., 42, Wimpole St., W. 
Comewall, Bart., Rev. Sir G. H., Chn. of 

Brcdwardine Div., Moccas Ct., Hereford 
*Cotterell, Bart., Sir H. G., Chairman of 

JVeobhj Division, Garnons, Hereford 
*Cox, Major R. S., Broxwood, Wcobly 

R.S.O. 
*Crichton, Esq.,A.W.,Broadwas Hall, Salop 
Crichton. Esq., H. B., Wvecliff, Hay 
*Croft, Bart., Sir H. G. D., Lugwardine 

Court, Hereford 
Crouch, Rev. J. F., Pombridge, R.S.O. 
Danscy, Esq., R. I., The Shrect, Ludlow 
Davenport, Rev. G. PL, Foxley, Hereford 
Davies, Rev. J.. Moorcourt, Kington 
Davies, Esq., W. T. S. K., Wellington, 

Hereford 
*Decie, r.e.. Major R. P., Bockleton Ct., 

Tenbury 
*Dew, Rev. H., A^Tiitnev, R.S.O. 
*Dew, Esq., T., AVliitney Court, R.S.O. 
*Dew, Esq., Major F. N., Hereford 
*DeWinton, Esq., R. H.,Graftonbury, Hfd. 
*Doughty, Major C, Hereford 
Downes, Esq., T. W. J., Weymouth 
*Dunne, Esq. T., Bircher Hall, Leominster 
Eagles, Rev. C. L., Longtown, Hereford 
*Evans, Esq., E. B., Whitbourne Hall, 

Worcester 
*Evans, Esq., R. W.,Eyton, Leominster 
*Evans,Esq.,J.B.,6, Douro Villas, Chelten- 
ham 
Evans, Esq., W. B., Swainshill, Hereford 
Fitzmayer, H.A.,x.c.B.,Gen. Sir W. J., The 

Chase, Ross 
Foley,Esq. , H.J. W. , Prestwood, Stourbridge 



1882.] HEREFORD. 

Franklyn, c.b., Major-Gen. C. T., Wigmore 

Hall, Kingsland, E.S.O. 
Freeman, Rev. A. E. R. Childe, Bromyard 
George, Eev. D. J. 
Gisbourne, Esq., W. J., Lingen 
Godson, Esq., G. R., The Court, Tenbury 
Green, Rev. E. J., Leintwardine, R.S.O. 
*Green, Esq., R., The AVhittern, Kington 
♦Greenly, Esq., E. H., Chairman of Ki»rj. 

ton Division, Titley, R.S.O. 
Griffin, Esq., G. G. Newton Court, Mon- 
mouth 
•Griffiths, Major J. H., The Weir, Hereford 
*Griffiths, Major R. J., New Ct., Hereford 
Hampden, Rev. E. R. , Cradley , Gt. Malvern 
*HamT)ton, Esq., G., 107, ' Eaton Place, 

S.W. 
Hanbury, Hon. and Rev. A. A. Bateman, 

Shobdon 
Hanbury, The Hon. W. S. B., Shobdon 

Court 
Hanbury, Esq., J. C, Pontypool Park 
Harberton, Viscount, 90, Cromwell Road, 

S.W. 
♦Harding, Esq., J., Tattenhall Lodge, 

Leamington 
•Harington, Bart., Sir R., Chn. of Qttnrfer 
/Sessions and of Bromyard Division, Whit- 
bourne Ct., Worcester 
*Harlej', Esq., R. W. D., Brampton, Bryan, 

R.S.O. 
*Harri3on, Major-General B., Kynaston, 

Ross 
Harvey, Esq., E. N., Copthall, Southampton 
*Hastings,Esq.,M. p., G.W., Barnard's Green, 

Great Malvern 
Hawkshaw, Rev. E. B., Weston, Ross 
Henry, Esq., W. C, Haffield, Ledburj- 
Herbert, Esq., F. W., Hartleton, Ross 
Herbert, Hon. and Very Rev. G., Dean of 

Hereford, The Close, Hereford 
Herbert, Esq., J. M., Rocklands, Ross 
Hereford, Bp. of. The Palace, Hereford 
Hereford, Vise, Tregoyd, near Hay 
*Hereford, Esq., R., Cheltenham 
^Hereford, Esq., R. J., Sufton Ct., Herefd. 
*Howctt, Esq., C. A., Hope End, Ledbury 
*Heygate,Capt.E.N.,Buckland, Leominstr. 
Heygate, Esq., R. H., Oaklands, Leominster 
*Heywood, Lt.-Col. T., Ocle Ct., Hereford 
*Higgins, Rev. E., CIui. of Ledbury Division, 

Bosbury Ho., Ledbury 
*Higgins, Esq., H., Thinghill, Hereford 
*Higgins,Esq., J. A., Hazle Lea, Cheltenham 
Hill, Esq., 3I.P., T. R., St. Catherine's Hill, 

Worcester 
*Hopton, Esq., J., Canon-Frome, Ledbury 
Hornyold, Esq., T. C. G., Hanley Castle, 

TJpton-on-Sevem 
Hulmo, Rev. W., Brampton Abbotts, Ross 
*Hutchinson, Esq., A.,HagleyPark, Herefd. 
.Tenner, Esq., H., Venn Wood, Hereford 
.Tones, Esq., J., Langstone Court, Ross 



109 



Kettle, Sir R. A., Merrivale, Wolver. 
*Ke^-m-Da\nes,E3q., W.T.K., Croft Castle, 

Leominster 
King, Capt. F. J., Kirby Hall, Melton 

Mowbray 
King, Esq., W. E., Staunton Park, 

Kington 
*Knight, Esq., A. R. B., Chairman of Wig- 
more Division, Downton Castle, Ludlow 
*Kyrle, Lt.-Col. J. E. M., The Homme 

House, D}-mock, Gloucester 
*Lane, Esq., T. W., Ryelands, Leominster 
Lechmere, Esq., T., Fownhope Court, 

Hereford 
*Lee- Warner, Esq., R. H.,Tyberton Court, 

Hereford 
*Lennox,The Hon.C. S. Bateman-Hanbury- 
Kincaid, Esq., Lennox Castle, Lennox- 
town, Stirling 
*Lewis, Esq., T. F., Abbey Dore, Pontrilas, 

R.S.O. 
Lewis, Bart., Rev. Sir G. F., Harpton Ct., 

Radnor 
Lewis, Esq., H. E. F., Harpton Court, 

New Radnor 
*Lighton, Bart., Sir C. R., Brockhampton 

Court, Ross 
Little, Esq.,T. H., Birchwood, Malvern 
Lloyd, Major T. C, Dinas, Brecon 
Lowther, Rev. B., Carlton Club 
*Lucas,Esq.,E.S., Shaen Castle, Monaghan 
*Lutley, Esq., J. H. B., Brockhampton, 

AVorcester 
Mackintosh, Esq., G. G., Richmond Ho., 

Twickenham 
McLaughlin, r..\., Major, Aldemey 
*McMurdo, Esq., R., 49, Warwick Road, 

S.W. 
Mathews, Esq., B. vSt. John Attwood, 

Pontrilas Court, R.S.O. 
Metcalfe,Esq . ,T.T. S. , Ashley Moor,Hereford 
*MejTick, Major-GonL, 90, Cromwell 

Road, S.W. 
*Morris, Esq., J., Rokeby, Hereford 
Musgrave, Rev. W. P., Hereford 
•Mynors, Esq., R. B. R., Evenjob,Presteign 
MjTiors, Rev. W. B., Llanwame, Ross 
Norbury, Esq., T. C, Norbury, Gt. Malvern 
*Norris, Esq., J. E., Hereford 
Northwick, Lord, Northwick Park, Campden 
Ormathwaite, Lord, Knill Court, Kington 
Palin, Rev. E., Linton Vicarage, Rjss 
Palmer, Major T., Eardisley, Kington 
Parkinson, Esq., J. L. M., Ludford Park, 

Ludlow 
*Partridge, Esq., E.O., Easton Ct., Tenbury 
*Partridge, Esq., W., 40, Gloucester Place, 

Hyde Park, London, W. 
*Pateshall, Esq. ,E. , AllensmoreCt. , Hereford 
Penoyre, Esq., J. T. S. 
*Peploe, Esq., D. P., Garnston Castl', 
Weobley, R.S.O. 



110 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



*Peyton, Lt.-Col. T. F. 

Poole, Rev. W., Hentland, Ross 

Potter, Esq., R., Hempstead Ct., Gloucester 

Powell, Rev. T., Dorstone, Hereford 

*Powell, Rev. T. P., Petcrchurcli, Hereford 

*Power, Esq., K.. M., Chairman of Iloss 

Divisio)?, The Hill, Ross 
Powis, Earl of, Po\\-is Castle, Welshpool 
Price, Esq., J. T., The Tump, Monmouth 
Price, Bart.jM.r., SirR. G., Norton Manor, 

Presteign 
*PuUey,Esq.,M.P.,J.,LowerEaton,Hereford 
*Ranljin, m.p., Major, Chairman of Hare- 
wood End Bivislon, Hryngw-pi, Hereford 
*Reaveley, Esq., T., Kinnerslej- Castle, 

Hereford 
Riley, Esq., J., Putley Court, Ledbmy 
*Rol)inson, Esq., S., Lj-nhales, Kington 
Robinson, Esq., E. L. G., Poston, Peter- 
church 
*Rodney, Lord, Bei'rington, Leominster 
Rogers, Esq., A., Holmer Pai-k, Hereford 
Rogers, Esq., C. C., StanagePark, Knighton 
Rosher, Esq., J. L., Pandy, Abergavenny 
*Ruthven, Lord 

*Salvin, Esq., M.C., Bum Hall, Durham 
Salway, Esq., A., Cainham, Ludlow 
Sandback, Rev. G., 52, Queen's Gate 

Gardens, S.W. 
*Sanders, Esq., B. L., Street Court, Kings- 
land, R.S.O. 
Saye and Sele, Ven. Lord, Precincts, 

Hereford 
Scarlet, Esq., E. C. 
*Sitwell, Esq., W. H., Ferney Hall, 

Craven Arms, Salop 
Smith, Esq., Q.c, J. W., Aylstone House, 

Hereford 
Smythies, Esq., G., Marlow, Leintwardinc, 

R.O.S. 
*Somers, Earl, Eastnor Castle, Ledbury 
Somerset, Right Hon. Lord H., Bad- 
minton, Chippenham 
St. John, Hon. B. M., Birchy Fields, 

Bromyard 
Stanhope, Rev. B. L. S., Byford, Hereford 

Deputy-Lieutenants 



[1882. 

I *Stanhope, Bart., Sir H. E. C. S., Chan, of 
Hereford Division, Holme Lacj', Hereford 
Stanhope, Rev. P. J. S., Humber, Leo- 
minster 
*Stanhopo, Esq., E. F. S., Holme Laey. 

Hereford 
*Stevenson, Esq., C. B., Hennor House, 

Leominster 
*Strong, Esq., G., Ashfield, Ross 
Sutherland, Esq., F. 
Taylor, Esq., W. F., Newport House, 

Kington 
Thomas, Esq., E. D., Dunnington Lodge. 

Watford 
Thomas, Rev. W. J., Llanthomas, Hay, 

R.S.O. 
Trafford, Esq., H. R., Michaelchurch 

Court, Hereford 
Vonables, Rev. R. L., Llysdinam Hall, 

Newbridge-on-Wye 
Yv^alsham, Bart., Sir J., Madrid Embassy 
Ward, Esq., J. G. R., Yatton Court, 

Aymestry 
*Watt, Esq., J. W. G., Doldowlod, 

Rhayader 
*Webb, Lieut.-Col., R. F., 6, West Crom- 
well Road, S.W. 
*Webb, Colonel T., The Bcrrow, Ledbuiy 
*Wcgg-Prosser,Esq., F. R., Belmont, Here- 
ford 
* Wheeler, Esq., E. T., Kyrwood House, 

Tenbury 
Wickens, Esq., J., Donnington Hall, 

Ledbury 
Wight, iEsq., J. L., Tedstone Court. 

AVorcester 
Williams, Esq., F. E., Malvern Hall, Soli- 
hull, Birmingham 
Winnington, Bart., Sir F. S., Stanford 

Court, Worcesterslxire 
*Wood, Esq., H. H., Chn. of Dore Division, 

AVhitehouse, Peterchurch, Hereford 
Woodhouse, Esq., J. G., Burghill House. 

Hereford 
Worswick, Esq., W.W.jSarnesfield, Kington 
♦Yaj^p, Esq., G. B. 

not Magistrates. 



Lepays, Esq., G. R. 35, Brunswick Court, 

Sussex Terrace, Brighton 
Lingwood, Esq., R. M., Cheltenham 
Phillips, Esq., J. 

Rowdon, Esq., E., Lincoln's Inn, London 
Smith, Esq., G. P., Tunbridge Wells 



Austin, Esq., A., Twineford House, Ash- 
ford, Kent [Place, London 
Clarke, Esq., F., 21a, East Cumberland 
GUlett, Esq., Wm. 

Jones, Esq.,WalterE., Newton House, Kent 
Lee-Warner, Esq., H. J., Walsingham 
Abbey, Norfolk 

Chief County Officials. 
Clerk of the Peace — John Cleave, Esq. (Hereford) ; Clerk to the Lieutenancy—'^ . F. 
Symonds, Esq. (Hereford) ; County Treasurer — H. C. Beddoe, Esq. (Hei-eford) ; Chief 
Constable — Captain J. D. Telfer, R.A. (Hereford) ; Act. TJndersheriff^J . F. Symonds, Esq. 
(Hereford) ; County Surveyor — Mr. Wm. Cheiake (Hereford) ; County Analyst — J. Horsley, 
Esq. (Cheltenham) ; Coroners — Hereford District : T. Llanwarne, Esq. (Hereford) ; 
j)eputy — J. R. Symonds, Esq. (Hereford); Leominster District: H. Moore, Esq, (Leo- 
minster); Deputy— E.. H, Cheese, Esq. Kington). 



1882.] 



HEREFORD. 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



Ill 



Dmsions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks to Magistrates. 


Annual 
Salai-y. 


Bredwardine 


22,927 


3,147 


Bredwardine (Is^ Fiiday) 
Cusop i'lnd Monday) 


Geo. Henry Page, 
Hay, R.S.O. 


£ 

64 


Bromyard 


59,047 


11,616 


Bromyard (alternate Mon- 
days) 


A. W. Knott, 
Bromyard 


13^' 


Dore 


67,062 


7,232 


Abbeydore [altei'nate Mon- 
days) 


Thos. LlanT.arne, 
Hereford 


131 


Harewood's End.. 


40,128 


9,247 


Harewood's End [alternate 

2Iondaii.s) . . 


Hem7 Minett, Ross 


128 


Hereford 


54,988 


12,745 


Shire Hjill, Hereford [every 
Satnrdai/) . . 


John G. James, 
Hereford 


163 


Kington . . 


42,358 


8,994 


Kington [alternate Fiiday s) 


Anthony Temple, 
Kington 


122 


Ledbury . . 


45,417 


11,941 


Ledbury [alternate Wed- 
nesdays) . . 


George Maseiield, 
Ledbm-v 


140 


Leominster 


54,482 


9,822 


Police Station, Leominster 
(alternate Fridays) 


H. Moore, Leo- 
minster 


137 


Ross 


42,180 


12,118 


Ross [alternate Fridays) 


Henry Minett, Ross 


174 


Weobly . , 


45,290 


8,178 


Weobly (altei-nate Mondays) 


H. A. G. Samson, 
Weobly 


101 


Wigmore . . 


35,445 


5,026 


Wigmore {1st Tuesday) 


Henry T. Weyman, 
Ludlow 


83 





Urban Sanitary Authorities. 




Authorities. 


Character of 
Authority. 


Population 
(1881). 


Rateable Value 
(1881). 


Names of Clerks. 


Hereford 

Kington 

Leominister 

Ross 


■ Municipal borough 
Improvement com. 
Municipal borough 
Improvement com. 


19,822 
2,075 
6,042 
3,724 


97,085 

8,319 

33,284 

12,189 


J. Carless, Jun. 
T. G. Sprague 
G. T. Robinson 
S. R. Davies. 



Poor Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 



Unions 
and Authorities. 



Bromyard . 

Dore 

Hereford 

Kington 

Ledbury 

Leominster 

Ross. . 

Weobley 





Popula- 


AieB,. 


tion 


, Acres. 


(1881). 


62,979 


11,054 


74,917 


8,567 


70,074 


34,526 


94,762 


12,205 


; 48,783 


12,605 


64,416 


14,644 


1 55,568 


16,369 


[ 48,959 

1 


8,178 



Rateable 
Value. 
(1881). 



£ 

74,526 

81,461 
219,342 
109,274 

99,344 
116,927 
125,211 

66,172 



Names of Chairmen. 



Sir R. Harington, Bt 
M. CUve 
T. Cam 

Rev. J. F. Crouch 
C. A. Hewitt . . 
John T. SouthaU 
K. M. Tower . . 
Major Worsw^ick 



Names of Clerks. 



E. L. Cave 
. . ! ) T. Llanwanie 
. . I y Hereford 
. . A. Temple 
. . R. Homes 
. . E . Gregg 
. . H. Minett 
.. H. A. G. Samson 



School Boards. 



Beards. 


Unions of 


Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 




Names of Clerks. 


Adforton (U.D.) 

Almeley . , , 


Knighton , . 
Weobley ,. 


39 
675 


5 
5 


J. Brown 
Rev.R.H.Wanier(C'A«.) 



112 



THE OOrrNTY COMPAyiON. 
School Boards — continued. 



[1882. 



Arenbury 

{b) Byton (U.D. 



[b) Cusop 

(6) Grendon Bishop (U.D.) .. 

{b Kington 

(b) Longtown (U.D.) 

Harden 

(b) Orcop 

(b) Pencoyd (U.D.) , 

(a) Ross 

Stanford Bishop and Acton Beau 

champ (U.D.) 
{h) Stoke Prior 

(b) Walterstone (U.D.) 

Wellington j 

[h] Woolhope I 



Unions of. 



Bromyard. 
Kington . . 

Hay 

Bromyard 
Kington . . 
Dore 

Hereford . . 
Dore 
Ross 
Ross 
Bromyard . • 

Leominster 
Dore 

Hereford . • 
Ledbury . . 



Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 



395 



•208 
395 

:.',166 
951 
554 
375 

4,800 
458 

512 

335 
607 
745 



Names of Clerks. 



J. B. Weeks 
Rev.R.W. Hunt (Tice- 

Chairman) 
Rev. A. H. Seacomc 
J. B. Weeks 
T. G. Sprague 
T. Llanwame 
W. Pantall 
Rev. A. Gray [Chn.) 
H. W. Sorel-Cameron 
W. R. Rootes 
J. B. Weeks 

Rev. H. Cooper [Chn.) 
J. A. G. Price 
T. Llanwame 
R. Homes 



The Militia Force. 

The Herefordshire Militia Force is comprised in the 4th Battalion of the King's Light 
Infantry (Shropshire) Territorial Regiment ; Line Battalions 53rd and 85th Foot. Regimental 
District No. 53. Depot, Shrewsbury. Headquarters, Hereford. Hon. Colonel, Lord Bateman ; 
Colonel, J. Berington ; Adjutant, Major C. Doughty. 



The Volunteer Force. 

The Herefordshire Volunteer Force consists of one administrative battalion of Rifles, 
maximum strength of the force is 1,059' of all ranks. 



The 



COUNTY OF HERTFORD. 



Hertfordshire is an inland county, bounded on the north hy Cambridofeshirc, on 
the north-west by Bedfordshire, on the west by Buckinghamshire, on the south by 
Middlesex, and on the east by Essex. Length, 35 miles ; breadth, 26 miles, circumference, 
185 miles; square miles, 611. The principal rivers are the Lea and the Colne, which 
have numerous small affluents. Part of the Grand Junction Canal runs throug'h the 
county, which has 1,550 miles of roads. The principal railways are the London and North 
Western, Midland, Great Northern, and Great Eastern (Cambridge) lines. The county is 
traversed by several chalk ridges, which nowhere rise above 900 feet ; it is well- wooded 
and finely diversified, and has a mild, salubrious, and dry climate. It is most known for its 
husbandry, and forthe growth of the best white wheat and barley. It yields, besides grain, 
turnips, &c., vegetables and hay for the London market; also apples, cherries, currants, 
and strawberries. The nurseries are famous for the growth of roses. The county returns 
three members to Parliament. It is in the Home Circuit, the assizes being held at Hert- 
ford; and it constitutes a deanery in the diocese of St. Albans (formerly Rochester) and 
province of Canterbury'. The borough of Hertford returns one member to Parliament. 
The shire has 8 hundi-eds, 138 civil parishes, besides parts of others, 13 poor-law unions, 
10 registry districts, 2 municipal boroughs, [Hertford* and St. Albans (city),*] 11 urban 
sanitary authorities, 13 rural sanitary anthorities, and 4 turnpike trusts. It also has 
two courts of quarter sessions, (the separate jurisdiction of the Liberty of St. Alban was 
brought to an end by 37 and 38 Vict. c. 45, by which the Liberty was amalgamated with 

* Fi'i« " Municipal Corporations Companion." Waterlow and ScJits Limited. 



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113 



the county. For sessional purposes only the county has two di^-isions, viz., Hertford 
Division and the Liberty of St. Albans Division), and is divided into 15 petty sessional and 
15 lieutenancy sub-divisions. The boroughs of Hertford and St. Albans (city) have com- 
missions of the peace, and their own police. The Metropolitan Police District extends into 
the coimty. 

Geological Xotcs. — Hertfordshire belongs to the London chalk basin ; the extreme soutn 
consists of London clay, then comes the plastic clay, but the northern part oi the shire is 
chalk. The mineral characteristics of the district are neither varied nor important, and 
the medicinal springs are few. 

Historical Notes. — In the Roman division of Britain this shire was included in Flavia 
CfBsariensis. On the English taking the county, it seems to have first formed a common- 
wealth under the name of the North Saxons, and was afterwards shared between the king- 
doms of Essex, or the East Saxons, and Mercia or the Mid-English. The English settlers 
•were mostly of the same clans as those in Middlesex and Essex. The great kings of the 
Middle English dwelt in the shire. It afterwards took the name of Hartingfordshire, from 
the tribe of the Hartings who settled in its head town. In 896 a severe contest took place 
in the county between King Alfred and the Danes. In the AVars of the Eoses thi-ee great 
battles were fought here — in 14.55, at St. Alban.s,when the Lancastrians were vanquished; 
in 1461, at St. Albans, when the Yorkists were overthrown ; and in 1468, at Barnet, when 
the Lancastrians wore defeated. There are castle ruins at Berkhampstead and Hertford, 
and there is the fine abbey church (now the cathedral of the diocese) at St. Albans. 

Trade, Manufactures^ S;c.— The manufactiu'es are straw plait, silk, and paper, together 
with brewing, tanning, cun-ying, parchment making, brick and tile making, earthenware, 
sail-making, coach building, lace making and type founding. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics. — Area of county, 391,141 acres ; number of 
houses (1881), inhabited, 41,295; ditto, uninhabited, 2,230; ditto, building, 411 ; popula- 
tion (1881) : males, 98,644 ; females, 104,346; total, 202,990 ; average number of persons 
to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary- electors in 1881 

(excluding boroughs), 10,186 ; valuation for county assessment (March 25, 1881), £1,113,017 ; 
for police assessment, £915,075 ; received for year by county rate (2id.), £10,435 ; by police 
rate (2d.), £7,626; total receipts, £34,612; total expenditure, £34,656; amoimt of loans 
outstanding (March 25, 1881), £57,216. 

Folice and Criminal Statistics— The coimty force comprised (Sept. 29, 1881), I chief 
constable (Major H. S. Daniell), at £400 yearlv, and £100 allowances; 5 superintendents 
(W. E. Eyder, Dep. CO., Bishop's Stortford ; W. Isgate, Watford; H. H. Clarke, Ware; 
S. Chapman, Hemel Hempstead ; and J. Eeynolds, Hitchin), from £150 to £120 yearly, 
and allowances ; 6 inspectors, from £110 to £95 yearly; 15 sergeants, from 31s. 6d. lo 
28s. weekly ; and 112 constables, from 27s. 5d. to 21s. 7d. weekly ; total of all ranks, 139. 
The cost of the force in the previous vear was £10,650 ; the proportion paid by the Govern- 
ment Avas £5,333. The area of the district is 368,810 acres. For 171 indictable offences 
reported, 85 persons were apprehended, and 47 committed for trial; for offences determined 
summarily, 2,464 persons were proceeded against, and 2,075 convicted, 288 persons and 249 
convictions respectively being classed under charges of drunkenness. There are 722 
public-houses and 630 beer-houses within the district controlled by the force. 

Agricultural Statistics [\eiiT ending June, 1881).— Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow, and grass, 339,047, viz.: corn, 141,485; green crops, 41,778 ; clover, grasses, &c., 
36,177; permanent pasture, &c., 100,866; bare fallow, &c., 18,732. The total number of 
horses was 14,562 ; cattle, 31,423 ; sheep, 142,218 ; and pigs, 28,466. 

Frincipal Markets, Fairs, ^■c.—Baldock : Fridays— March 7, May 30, August 5 (horses) ; 
October 2 and 3, December 11 (principally horses). Hemel Hempstead: Thursdays— May 
30, June 20 ; September 16, statute (cattle and hiring). Hertford: Saturdays— April 6, 
May 12, Julv 5, November 8. Hdchin : Tuesdavs and Saturdays. Royston: Wednesdays 
—Ash-Wednesday, June 12, July 3 (cattle). St. Albans : Satui-day- March 25, October 
1 and 1 1 (stock and hiring) . 

Xeu-spapers.— Barnet Fress. Saturdav, Id. N. 1859. G. W. Cowing, Barnet. 
—Berkhampstead Times. Saturday, Id. N. 1875. G. Loosley, Berkhampstead.- if^'Wf^ 
Hempstead Gazette. Saturday, l|d. N. 1859. F. Mason, Hemel Hempstead.— //«?•!!« 
Guardian. Saturdav, 2d. ; Tuesday, Id. C. 1852. W. PoUard, Hertford.— ITer^/or^sAtre 
Mercury. Saturday,' 2d. L. 1834. S. Austin & Sons, Hertford.— iTf^r/* S; Essex Observer. 
Saturday, Id. N. 1861. H. Ceilings & Co., Bishop's Sioriior A.— Herts Advertiser 
and St. Albans Times. Saturdav, Id. N. 1855. Gibbs & Bamforth, St. Albans.— 
Hertfordshire Express. Saturday, Id. I. 1859. W. Carling, THiiihm.— Hert- 

fordshire and Bedfordshire Journal. Fridav, Id. L. 1873. C. Holmes, Hitchin.— 

O 



114 THE COONTY COMPANION. [1882. 

Herts and Camhs licporier. Friday, Id. I. 18.55. J. Warren, Royston. — Hertfordshire 
Standard. Tuesday and Friday, Id. C. 1877. Heris Standard Newspaper Company, 
Albans. — Tring Telegraph. Friday, Id. King & Woedon, Tring. — Watford liudyet. 
Saturday, Id. I. 1880. J. Thickbroom & Qo.— Watford Observer. Saturday, Id. I. 
1862. S. A. Peacock, Watford. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Earl of Verulam, Gorhambmy, St. Albans. 

Higli Sheriff (1881-2). 

JoH.v EvAxs, Esq., d.c.l. . Nash Mills, Hemel Hempstead. 

Members of Parliament. 

Thos. F. Halsey, Esq. (c). Abel Smith, Esq. (c). Hon. H. F. Cowper (l). 

Chairmen and Deputy-Chairmen of Quarter Sessions, 

Holden at Hertford and St. Albaxs. 

Hertford Division : Marquess of Salisbury, k.g.. Chairman. The Hon. Barox 
Dimsdale, Deputy -Chairman. 

St. Albans Division : R. Pryor, Esq., Chairman. W. H. Solly, Esq., Deputy- 
Chairman. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and IMagistrates. 



Abdy, Esq., d.c.l., J. T., Great Baddow 

House, Chelmsford 
Acworth, Esq., N. B., The Hook, Northaw, 

Barnet 
Adair, Major A. S., Barnet 
Adye, Rev, F. W., Markyate Cell, near 

Dunstable 
Ames-Lyde, Esq., L. N. F., Ayott St. Law- 
rence 
Archdale, Esq., F., Baldock 
Ashton, Esq., C, Delrow, Watford 
Bagnall, Esq., T., Newberries Park, Watford 
Baker, Esq., W. C, Bayfordbury, Hertford 
Baker, Esq., W. R., Chairman of Hertford 

Division, Bayfordbury, Hertford 
Barclay, Esq., R., High Leigh, Hoddesdon 
Barclay, Esq., T. G., Lower Woodside, 

Hatlield 
Barker, Rev. A. H., Rickmansworth 
Barnes, Esq., C. A., Chorleywood, Rick- 
mansworth 
Baxendale,Esq., L., 58,Grosvenor Street,W. 
Baxendale, Esq., S., Bonningtons, Ware 
Bayliflf, Rev. T. T. L., Chairm,an of Albury 

Division, Alburj- Vicarage, Ware 
Beckett, Bart., Sir E., Batch Wood, St. 

Albans 
Betts, Esq., S., Hadham Hall, Bishop's 

Stortford 
Blomfield, Rev. Canon, Chester 
Bosanquet, Esq. , P. , Buckskin Hall, East 

Barnet 
Boulton, Esq., C. G., Barn's Lodge, King's 

Langley 
Brand, Esq., H. 11., Temple Dinsley, 

Hitchin 
Brown, Esq., H. J., Great Am well. Ware 
Brown, Esq. ,W. S., Digswell House,Welwyn 



Brown, Rev. W., Little Hormead Rectory, 

Buntingford 
Browne, Rev. J. G. C, Walkern Hall, 

Stevenage 
Brownlow, Earl, Ashridge, Great Berkhamp- 

stead 
Burchell-Herne, Rev. H. F. H., 76, Ken- 
sington Gardens Square, W. 
Bushby, Esq., H. J., AVormley Bury, 

Broxboume 
*Butler, Esq., C, AVarren Wood, Hatfield 
Buxton, Esq., J. H., Hunston Bury, Ware 
Buxton, Esq., T. F., Easneye Park, Ware 
Blake, Capt. A. M., Danesbury, Welw\Ti 
Caldecott, Esq., A., Pishiobury, Sawbridgc- 

worth 
Calvert, Esq., F., Furneaux, Pelham Hall, 

Buntingford 
Capel, Hon. R. A., Watford 
Carew, Esq., R. R., Cai'penders, Watford 
CarUle, Esq., J. W., Ponsboume Park, 

Hertford 
Carnegie, Esq., D., Eastl)ury, Watford 
Cater, Esq., J. W., West Lodge, Barnet, 

Middlesex 
Cattley, Esq., J. G., Shabden, Merstham, 

Surrey 
Clarendon, Earl of, The Grove, Watford 
Cooper, Bart., Sir A. P., Gadcsbridge, 

Hemel Hempstead 
Copeland, Esq., A. J., DeU Field, Watford 
Copeland, Esq., W. F. M., Russell Farm, 

Watford 
Cotton, Esq., m.p., W. J. R., 27, St. Mary 

Axe, London 
Cowper, K.G., The Earl, Panshangcr, 

Hertford 
Cowper, M.P., Hon. H. F., Chairman of 

Wehvyn Division, Brocket Hall, Welwyn 



1882.] HERTFORD. 

Crawley, Esq., F., Stockwood, Luton 
Crawley, Esq., J. S., Stockwood, Luton 
Croft, K.N., Commander R. B., Fanhams 

HaU, Ware 
Curling, Esq., E., 55, Princes Square, 

Bayswater, W. 
Curtis, Esq., S. H., Totteridge House, 

Barnot 
Curtis, Esq., T., The Hall, Great Berkhamp- 

stead 
*Dacre, Lord, The Hoo, near Welwyn 
Dalbiac, Esq., H. E. A., Dan-ington, 

Worthing, Sussex 
Dale, Esq., C, 26, Cadogan Place, S.W. 
Dashwood, Esq., T. A., Oakfield, Hitchin 
Day, Esq., E. B.,]\Iicklefield Green, Eick- 

mansworth 
Denton, Esq., J. B., Orchard Court, Steven- 
age 
*Dinisdale, Hon. Baron, Essendon Place, 

Hertford 
Doxat, Esq., E. T., Burton Grange, Ches- 

hunt 
Draffen, Major W. P., 64, Lowndes Square, 

S.W. 
Durant, Esq., E., High Canons, Shenley, 

Barnet 
Ebury, Lord, Moor Park, Eickmansworth 
Elin, Esq., M. D. G., Leahoe, Hertford 
Entield, Viscount, 7, Charles Street, Berke- 
ley Square, W. 
Essex, The Earl of, Cassiobury, Watford 
*Evans, Esq., d.c.l., J., Nash MUls, 

Hemel Hempstead 
Evans, Esq., m.d., Nicholl, Cheshunt 
Ewing, Eev. J. A., Westnull Eectory, 

Bunting-ford 
Falconer, Eev. W., Eectory, Bushey 
Fellowes, c.b., k.x., Capt. T. H. B., 

Woodfield, Stevenage 
Fenwick, Esq.,C. E., High Firs, Harpenden 
Finch, Esq., H. C, Eedheath, Watford 
Flower, Esq. , Arthur, The Hyde, Luton 
Fordham, Esq., H., Chairman of Odseij 

Division, The Eookery, Eoyston 
Fordham, Esq., E. K., The Bury, Ashwell 
Fort, Esq., J., Chairman of Cheshunt, 

Division, 18, Westbourne Square, W. 
Fuller, Esq., B., Hyde House, Chesham, 

Bucks 
Gape, Esq., J. J., St. Albans 
Garrard, Esq., C. B. D., Lamer Park, 

Wheathampstead 
Gaussen, Esq., E. G., Brookman's Park, 

Hatfield 
Gee, D.D., Eev. Canon, Windsor 
Gibbs, Esq., H. H., Aldenham House, 

Watford 
Giles-Puller, Esq., A. G., Youngsburv, 

Ware 
Gilliat, Esq., J. I?., Chorleywood Cedars, 
Watford 



115 



Gladwin, Esq., H, F., Walton house, Hert- 
ford 
Gooch, Esq., T., Bovingdon, Hemel Hemp- 
stead 
Gosling, Esq., E, Hassiobury, Bishop's 

Stortford 
Grant, ic.c.b.. Sir J. P., The Dounc of 

Eothiemurchus Aviemore, N.B. 
Granville, Major B., The Cottage, North- 
church, Great Berkhampstead 
Green, Esq., C. D., Oaklands, St. Albans 
Gi-eg, Esq., E. P., Coles Park, Buntingford 
Grevdle, Lord, Clon}-n Castle, Westmeath 
Grimston, The Viscount, Cell Barns, St. 

Albans 
Hadden, Esq., C. S., Eossway, Great Berk- 
hampstead 
Hale, Esq., C. C, King's Waldcn, Welwyn 
Halo, Rev. J. G., Eectory, Therfield, 

Eoyston 
Halsey, Esq., m.p., T. F., Gaddesden Park, 

Hemel Hempstead 
Hamilton, Esq., F., Friar's Place, Acton, 

Middlesex 
Hamilton, Capt. B., Great Berkhampstead 
Hanbury, Esq., E., Poles, Ware 
Hanbury, Esq., C. A., Belmont House, 

East 13amet 
Hardy, Eev. C, Tonbridge, Kent 
Harvej', Eev. W. W., Ewelme Eectory, 

Wallingford, Oxford 
Heathcote, Esq., U., Shephallbury, Steven- 
age 
Hegan, Esq., C. J., Bucknalls, Watford 
Heygate, Esq., m.p., J. IJ., Eoecliff, Lough- 
borough, Leicestershire 
Hibbert, Esq., A. H., Munden Park, Watford 
Hill, Esq., J. D., Terlings, Harlow 
Hoarc, Esq., E., MardenHill, Hertford 
Hodgson, Esq., H. T., Harpenden 
Hodgson, Esq., J., Gilston Park, Harlow 
*Houblon, Esq., J. A., Chn. of Hertford Div., 

Hallingbury, near Bishop's Stortford 
Hughes, Esq., H. G. S., Offley Place, Lutou 
*Jetfreys, Esq., ll.d., J. Gw}ti 
Jeffreys, Esq., H., 13, Campden House" 

Eoad, London 
Jessopp, Eev. J., St. Gregory's Vicarage, 

Norwich 
Jeston, Rev. H. P., Cholesbury, Tring 
Jones, Esq., c.b., H. S. H., Bragbury, 

Stevenage 
Kav, Esq., J. D., Drumxmrk, Dumfries, 

N.B. 
Kemble, Esq., Horatio, Oakmere, Potters 

Bar 
Kemble, Esq., T., Runwell Hall, Chelmsford 
Knowles, Esq., R. J., Woodlands, Cheshunt 
Lacy, Rev. C, Green End, Hemel Hemf - 

stead 
Lawes, Esq., J. B., Rothamstead, Harpenden 
Leake, Esq., S. M., Marshalls, Ware 



116 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Leader, Esq., J. "W., Chairman of Bunt'uig- 

ford Division, Buntingford 
Longman, Esq., A. H., Shcndish, Hemel 

Hempstead 
Lowndes, Esq., G. A., Barrington Hall, 

Harlow 
Loyd, Esq., W. J., Langleybury, Watford 
Lucas, Esq., F., Hitchin 
Lucas, Esq., W., Hitchin 
Lushington, Bart., Sir H., AsiJenden Hall, 

Buntingford 
L>-tton, The Earl of, Knebworth, Stevenage 
*McGeachy, Esq., F. A., Shenley Hill, 

Barnet 
*Macnamara, Esq., A., Eaton Bray Lodge, 

Dunstable 
Marten, Esq., G. N., St. Albans 
Marten, Esq., T. P., Marshall's Wick, St. 

Albans 
Meyer, Esq., J., Forty Hall, Enfield 
Mills, Esq., J. T., Rusiby 
*Mitchell, Esq., J., Fonfield, Hertford 
Moore, Esq., F. J., Chairman of Dacoriim 

Division, Woodcock Hill, Great Berk- 

hamstead 
Mount-Temple, Lord, 15, Great Stanhope 

Street, W. 
]Myers, Esq., T. B., Porters, Shenley 
Nichol, Esq., I., 32, Lancaster Gate, W. 
Oakley, Esq., G., Lawrence End, Luton 
Parker, r.n.. Commander J. H. E., Ware 

Park, Ware 
Phelips,Esq., C. J., Mead Lodge, Hunsdon, 

Ware 
Phillips, Esq., J., Rovston 
Piers, Bart., Sir E. F., The Node, 

WelwA'n 
Potter, Esq., E., Camficld Place, Hatfield 
Prime, Esq., C. E., Asliridgewood, Wok- 
ingham 
Prodgers, Esq., E. 

*Pryor, Esq., R., High Elms, Watford 
Pryor, Esq., M. E., 12, Great Winchester- 
street, E.G. 
Pryor, Esq., T., Baldock 
Kaflcliffe, Esq., F. A. D., The Priory, 

Hitchin 
Randolph, Ecv. E. J., Eectory, Dunning- 

ton, York 
Eobins, Esq., G. W. Delaport, Wheat - 

hampstead 
Eokcby, Lord, Hazelwood. Watford 
Ryder, Esq., D. H., Westbrook Hay, 

'Hemel Hempstead 
Ryder, Hon. F. D., Ickleford House, 

Hitchin 
Sackville, Lord, Knole Park, Sevenoaks, 

Kent 
Salisbury, k.g., The Marquess of, Hatfield 

House 
Saunders, Esq., H. W. D., Brickendon 

Grange, Hertford 



[1882. 

Sebright, Bart., Sir J. G. S., 27, Lowndes 

Square, W. 
Scarlett, Esq., J. W., Downland House, 

Uckfield 
Shoobridge, Esq.,W. S., Albury Hall.Ware 
Simpson, Esq., J., Baldock 
Smith, Esq., m.p.. A., Woodhall Park, 

Hertford 
Smith, Esq., T. A., Dori'ien, Tresco Abbey, 

Isle of Scilly 
*Smith, Esq., R., Goldings, Hertford 
*Smith-Bosanquet, p]sq., H. J., Broxbomne 

Burj', Hoddesdon 
Smith, M.P., Rt. Hon. W. H., 2, Hyde 

Park Street, W. 
Smyth, Col. E., The Grange, Welwyn 
Soames, Esq., S. , Cranford Hall, Kettering 
Solly, Esq., W. H., Serge Hill, Bedmond, 

Hemel Hempstead 
Stapylton, Esq., H. E. C, Chairman of 

Barnet Division, 72, Warwick Square 
Stobart, Esq., W., The Paragon, Black- 
heath, Kent 
Stuart, Col. W., Tempsford Hall, Sandy, 

Beds 
Sullivan, k.c.b., Rear-Admiral Sir F. W., 

Noi-thcotts, Hatfield 
Surtees, Esq., H. E., Rcdworth, Durham 
*Toulmin, Esq., H. Jo, The Pre, St. Albans 
Tower, Major F., Thremhall Prio?y, 

Takeley, Essex 
Townshend, The Marquess, Balls Park, 

Hertford 
Trotter, Major F., DjTrham Park, Barnet 
Valpy, Esq., E., Champneys, Tring 
Vander Meulen, Eev. F., The Rectory, 

Thorley, Bishop's Stortford 
Verulam, The Earl of {Lord Lieutenant), 

Gorhambury, St. Albans 
Wade, Rev. W. S., Redbourne, St. 

Albans 
Watkius, Esq., J. F. 
Watlington, Esq., J. W. P., Moor Hall, 

Harlow 
Webb, Esq., R. 0., Ponsboui-ne Park, Hert- 
ford 
Whittingstall, Major, 105, Queen's Gate, 

London, S.W. 
Williams, Esq., J. G., Pendley, Tring 
Wilkinson, Esq., H., White Webbs Park, 

Enfield 
Wilkinson, Lieut.-Col. R. H., Chairman of 

Stevenage and Hitchin Divisions, Chesfield 

Lodge, Stevenage 
*Wilshere, Esq., C. W., The Frythc, 

WelwjTi 
*Wodchouse, Esq., W. H., Woolmci?, 

Hertford 
WooUam, Esq., C, Abbey Mills, St. Albans 
Woolrych, Esq., W. R., Croxley Grove, 

Plickmansworth 



1882.] 



HERTFORD. 



IIT 



Chief County Officials. 

Clerh of the Peace and Cleric to the lAeutenancy — Richard Nicholson, Esq. (6, New Street, 
Spring Gardens, S.W.) ; Depufi/ fZtVto— P. W. Dumville, Esq. (St. Albans); County Treasurer— 
Hertford Division, C. E. Longiiiore, Esq. (Hertford) ; St. Albans Division, I. N. Edwards, Esq. 
(St. Albans) ; Chief Constable— Ua.ioT Henry S. DanieU (Hertford) ; Under Sheriff— 1. J. Sworder, 
Esq., (Hertford) ; Count]) Surveijor — U. A. Smith, Esq. (Hertford) ; Coroners — J. T. 
Sworder, Esq. (Hertford); H. Brabant, Esq. (St. Albans); F. Shillitoe, Esq. (Hitchin) ; 
H. Day, Esq. (Hemel Hempstead) ; H. Baker, Esq. (Bishop's Stortford) ; D. B. Balding, Esq. 
Royston). 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 







Popula- 








Divisions. 


Area. 


tion 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks toMagistrates. 


Annual^ 




Acres. 


(1871). 






Salary. 


Albury 


16,479 


4,128 


Much Hadham [alternate Fri- 
days) 


Geo. Gayton,Much 
Hadham 


50 


fBarnet . . 


* 


9,686 


Bamet {every Monday) 


W. 0. Boyes,LL.B., 


105 


Bishop's Stortford 


11,363 


10,1GS 


Bishop's Stortford [alternate 
llmrsdays) 


WiUiam Gee, 
Bishop'sStortford 


100 


Buntingford 


21,450 


5,226 


George Inn, Buntingford 
[Ind and last Fridays) 


Geo. Gisby, Ware 


60 


Cheshunt . . 


* 


11,648 


St. Mary's HaU, Cheshunt 
[even/ Wednesday) 


Hubert Gough, 
Waltham Abbey 


120 


1 Dacorum 


66,046 


29,880 


Hemel Hempstead [Ind and 
Ath Wednesday) ; Great 
Berkhampstead [1st and 
3rd Wedticadays) 


C.E.Grover, Hemel 
Hempstead 


418 


Hertford .. 


» 


10,822 


Shire HaU, Hertford [every 
Saturday) 


C. E. Longmore, 
Hertford 


120 


Hitchin . . 


• 


16,883 


Town HaU, Hitchin [every 
Tuesday) 


John G. Hawkins, 
Hitchin 


200 


Odsey 


* 


8,772 


Royston [alternate Wednes- 
days) 


Hale Wortbam, 
Royston 


93 


•j-St. Albans 


• 


16,349 


Town HaU, St. Albans [every 
Saturday) 


J. N. Edwards, 
St. Albans 


160 


Stevenage . . 


« 


13,392 


Stevenage [2nd and last 
Thursdays) 


Samuel Veasey, 
Baldock 


150 


Ware 


* 


13,914 


Ware [alternate Tuesdays) . . 


J. Hunt, Ware 


180 


tWatford . . 


« 


29,969 


Court House, Watford [every 
Tuesday) 


H. W. FeUows, 
Rickmansworth 


340 


Welwyn . . 


* 


3,486 


White Hart, Welwyn [last 
Monday) 


C. E. Longmore 
Hertford 


25 



* The Act 3" & 38 Vict. c. 45, by which the County of Hertford and Liberty of St. Alban were 
amalgamated, and the i;ounty made to consist of two divisions (the Hertford Division and the Liberty 
of St. Alban Division), necessitated a re-arrangement of the petty sessional divisions. Those of 
Albury, Bishop's Stortford, Buntingford and Dacorum remain as constituted in 1871, but the parishes of 
the Shenley Division were merged in the other divisions. The population figures are correct under 
the re-arrangement, but it is not possible to give the area of the augmented divisions with accuracy. 

t These divisions are in the Liberty of St. Alban Division of the County. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



Authorities. 


Character 
of Authority. 


Population 
(1881). 


Rateable 
Value (1881). 


Names of Clerks. 


Baldock 

Bamet 

Bishop Stortford . • 

Cheshunt 

Hertford 

Hitchin 


Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Municipal borough 
Local board 


2,326 
4,095 
6,704 
7,736 

7,585 
8,434 


£ 
7,333 
11,901 
29,823 
47,770 
27,357 
32,641 


S. Veasey 

J. Broadhouse 

W. P. Slater 

J. Death 

C. E. Longmora 

W. 0. Times 



118 



THE COtJNTX COMPANION. 

Urban Sanitary AuthoTities— continued. 



[1882. 



Authorities. 


Character 
of Authority. 


Population 

(18S1). 


Rateable 
Value (1881). 


Names of Clerks. 


St. Albans . . 

Stevenage 

Tring 

Ware 

Watford 


Municiiial Borough 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 


10,930 
3,116 
4,354 

.5,276 
10,073 


£ 
26,930 
19,387 
18,333 

18,294 
34,000 


I. N. Edwards 

W. 0. Times 

A. W. Vaisev 

N. Cobham & J. Hunt 

J. Sedgwick 



P 


Gor-La-w (and 


Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 






Popula- 


Eateable 






and Authorities. 




tion 


Value 


Xames of Chairmen. 


Names of Clerks. 






(1881). 


(1881). 






Bamet 


25,530 


34,074 


£ 
155,964 




! G. D. Bvfiekl 


Berkhampstead . . 


24,583 


15,090 


91,761 


F. J. Moore 

fHenry Sworder (P.L.A.I 
-! Rev. F. Vander-Meuleu 

[ (R.S.A.) 


. S. StaUon, Heme! 
', Hempstead 

) 1 


Bishop's Stortford 


53,689 


21,799 


126,095 


l H. Baker 










1 


Biintingford 


28,351 


6,032 


41,330 


Rev, C. Maxwell . . 


. J. Hunt, V/are 


Hatfield . . 


23,027 


6,502 


57,673 


Hon. &Rev.W\C.Talbo 


t J. B. Dunham 


Hemel Hempstead . 


25,457 


14,606 


77,879 


S. Godwin . . 


. C. E. Grover 


Hertford , . 


34,410 


16,754 


89,052 


Abel Smith, ii.p. . . 


. T. J. Sworder 


Hitchin 


64,847 


27,417 


159,404 


W. Lucas . . 


., G. A. Passingham 


Royston 


60,440 


18,621 


95,353 


H.Perkins.. 


. ' T. Shell . 


St. Albans . . 


34,615 


23,294 


90,226 


W. H. Solly 


. H. Brabant 


Ware 


35,747 


18,624 


109,130 


Joseph Chuck 


. G. Gisby 


Watford . . 


36,520 


31,276 


153,961 


R. Pryor . . 


. ' H. M. Turner 


Welwyn 


6,457 2,300 


22..S6K 


W. S. Brown 


. W. H. Kite 



School Boards. 



Boards. 



Berkhampstead, St. Peter 

Braughing 

Bushey . . 

(b) CaddingtonandFlamstead(U.D. 

(h) Great Gaddesden 

Hemel Hempstead 

(h) Hexton 

{b} Hmxworth and Edworth (U.D. 



King's Walden 

(b) Offley 

(6) Pirto'n 

St. Paul's, Walden 

{b) St. Peters, St. Alb 

cipal) . . 
Sandridge 
Shenley . . 
Therfield 
Thorley 



Union of 



St. Albans Municipal Burgh. 

(6) Ashwell .. ^ Royston .. . 

Berkhampstead . 

Bishop's Stortford 

Watford . . 

Luton 

Hemel Hempstead 

Hemel Hempstead 

Hitchin 



ans (ex-Muni- 



(b) Widford 



Royston . . 

Hitchin . , 
Hitchin 

Hitchin . . . . 

Hitchin . . 
St. Albans 

St. Albans 
Bamet 
Royston . . 
Bishop's Stortford 

Ware 



Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 



10,930 

1,568 

3,940 

1,076 

4,543 

4,450 

93S 

8,720 

200 

405 

1,156 
1,346 
1,125 

1,562 

841 
],380 
1,175 

423 

450 






Names of Clerks. 



A. H. Debenhani 
Thos. Shell 
A. Compigiie 
J. Clowes 
H. M. Turner 
J. W. Barwick 
W. Grover 
H.Day 

G. A. Passuighani 
Rev. H. Buttanshaw 
(Hon.) 

F. Shillitoe 

G. Sowerby {CTiairmai'J 
G. A. Passingham 

G. A. Passingham 
Hy. Bradbant 

H. Brabant 

C. Grange 

T. Shell 

Rev. F. Vander-Meulen 

{Chairman) 
G. H. Gisbv 



1882.] HUNTINGDON, 119 

The Militia Force. 

The Hertfordshire Militia. Force is comprised in the 4th Battalion of the Bedfordshire Terri- 
torial Kegiment of Infantry (late 16th Foot). Regimental District, No. 16. Depot, Bedford. 
Headquarters, Hertford. Hon. Colonel, Marcpis of Salisbury; Lieut. -Colonel, E. B. FeUowes; 
Adjutant, Capt. F. W. Becher. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Hertfordshire Volunteer Force consists of one corps of Yeomanry Cavah-y. Maximum 
strength of estabUshment, 267 of aU ranks. HeadcLuarters, Hertford. Lieut.-Colonel, Earl of 
Clarendon; Adjutant, Major A. Maclean. Two administrative battalions of Rifles. The 
maximum strength of the Rifles is 1,300 of aU ranks. 



COUNTY OF HUNTINGDON. 

HuxTixGDONSHiRE, or Huiits, IS an inland county, belonging to the South ilidland division, 
havdng Northamptonshire on the north-west and north, Cambridgeshire on the north- 
east and east, and Bedfordshire on the south-west. Length, 32 miles ; breadth, 23 miles; 
circumference, 125 miles; square miles, 361. Watered by the rivers Ouse and Nene and 
traversed by 530 miles of roads. The Great Northern Railway intersects the county from 
south to north, passing by St. Neots and Huntingdon, and is crossed by the Cambridge, 
St. Ives and Huntingdon Eiiilway, a branch of the Great Eastern. The northern 
border is skirted bv the Northampton, Peterborough and Ely line. The turnpike roads, 
including the old North Koad, are manv and good. A good deal of land is laid down for 
grazing, and the meadows feed many fat cattle for the great towns. The land in the fens 
grows many willows, but otherwise it is generally bare of trees. In the upland, corn is 
grown. Huntiugdonshii-e produces forest marble, bricks, tiles, peat-turf, wheat, barley, 
beans, turnips, rape, hay, clover, mustard, cattle, sheep, hogs, water-fowl, eels,_ &c. 
The county sends two members to Parliament, and it has long been joined wath Cambridge- 
shire in the shrievalty, the two having only one sheriff. It is in the south-eastern circuit 
(formerly the Norfolk), "the assizes being held at Huntingdon : and it constitutes an arch- 
deaconry in the diocese of Ely and province of Canterbury. The borough representation is 
confined to Huntingdon, which returns (with Godmanchester as a contributory borough) 
one member. The shire has 4 hundieds, 104 civil parishes, besides parts of others, 3 poor- 
law unions, 3 registry districts, 3 municipal boroughs [Godmanchester,* Huntingdon,* 
and St. Ives*], 5 urban sanitary authorities, 3 rural sanitary authorities, and 3 turnpike 
trusts. It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 5 petty sessional 
divisions and 4 lieutenancy sub-divisions. The boroughs have neither separate com- 
missions of the peace nor police establishments. 

Geological Notes.— The south-eastern part of the shire, which rises into smaU hiUs, 
is mainly ironsand, the middle is Oxford clay, the north-eastern part is fen land, and 
the northern stone-brash ; so that this shire belongs mostly to the oolite and kindred 

Historical JSfotes.—Thc shire is thought to have been won from the Britons by the 
Iceni, a tribe of the Belga?. The Romans, having taken the country, long held it as part 
of their province of Flavia Cffisariensis. They seem to have had stations called Durolipons 
at Godmanchester, and DurobiivK at Water Newton, on the Nene ; at Chesterton was a 
camp. Their great roads, the Ermine Street and Via Devana, passed through the county. 
The Romans having loft, the East English took this part of the country from the Welsh, 
but afterwards the Mid-English held it till it became part of the kingdom of England. 
The earldom was one of the chief under the early kings, and it is still held by the family 
of Hastings. There were two great abbevs, Ramsey and Sawtiy St. Judith, and castles at 
Kimbolton and Huntingdon. Alwalton, "Conington, Hartford, and Leighton Branswold 
churches have remains of Norman building. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^-f.— Most of the working population are engaged in husbandry. 
Few handicrafts are carried on ; these are chiefly brick-making, paper and parchment 
making, brewing, malting, currying and tanning, iron-founding and lace-making. 

Electoral, Fimncial and General Statistics.— Aiea oi county, 229,515 acres ; number 
of houses (1881), iahabited, 13,282 ; ditto, uninhabited, 1,085 ; ditto, building. Go ; popula- 
tion (1881): males, 29,240; females, 30,374; total, 59,614; average number of persons to 
an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors in 1881 

♦ Vide " Municipal Corporations Companion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



120 THE COUNTY COMPANION, [1882. 

(excluding boroughs), 3,927; valuation for county assessment (March 25, 1881), 
£432,782 ; for ijolice assessment, £394,969 ; received for year by county rate (3|d.), £5,860 ; 
by police rate (l^d.), £2,468 ; total receipts, £11,665 ; total expenditure, £13,114 ; amount 
of loans outstanding (March 25, 1881), £11,005. 

Police and Criminal Statistics. — The county force comprised (September 29, 1881), 
1 chief constable (Major Roopcr), at £250 yearly, and £70 allowances; 4 superintendents 
(.1. Marson, Dcp. C. C, Huntingdon; John Copping, St. Neots; W. Allen, Norman 
Cross; John Steward, St. Ives), from £175 to £120 yearly, and horse and forage allow- 
ances; 1 inspector, at £90 yearly; 4 sergeants, from 31s. to 27s. weekly; and 42 
constables, from 27s. 5d. to 21s. 7d\ weekly; total of all ranks, 52. The cost of the force 
in the in-evious year was £5,184; the proportion paid by the Government was £2,126. 
The area of the district is 229,575t acres. For 34 indictable offences reported, 22 persons 
were apprehended, and 14 committed for trial; for offences determined summarily, 1,016 
persons were proceeded against, and 884 convicted, 115 persons and 100 convictions 
respectively being classed under charges of drunkenness. There are 306 public-houses, 
275 beer-houses, and 4 refreshment-houses within the district controlled by the force. 

Agricultural Statistics (year ending Jime, 1881).— Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow, and grass, 208,197, viz. : corn, 92,840; green crops, 19,505; clover, grasses, &c., 
15,438; permanent pasture, &c., 62,399 ; bare fallow, &c., 17,957. The total number of 
horses was 10,586 ; cattle, 27,020 ; sheep, 135,824 ; and pigs, 17,272. 

Principal Markets, Fairs, S;c. — Godmanchester : Easter Tuesday and "Wednesday. 
Huntingdon : Saturday — Tuesday before Easter, second Tuesday in May, Saturday before 
October 11, third Saturday in November. St. Ives : Mondays — Whit Monday and October 
11. St. Ncots : Thursdays. 

Newspapers. — Huntingdon Advertiser. Friday, Id. C. 1876. G. Sharman, Hunt- 
ingdon.— //^^wi-s Guardian. Saturday, Id. K 1870. E. W. Foster, St. Ives.— St. 
Neots Chronicle. Saturday, Ud. N. 1855. Evans and Wells, St. Neots. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
A^^ The Right Hon. the Earl of Sandwich, Hinchingbrook Park. 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 

Thomas Coote, Esq., Oaklands, Fenstanton (and for Cambs). 

Members of Parliament, 
Wm. Henry Fellowes, Esq. (c). Lord Douglas W. C. Gordon (l). 

Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 

Holden at Huntlngdon. 
Philip Tillard, Esq., Chairman. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

• Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 



Alington, Esq., J. , Little Barford, St. Neots 
AsteU, Esq., J. H., Woodbury Hall, Sandy 
Baines, Rev. E. , Yalding, Maidstone 
Baumgartner, Esq., E. J., Gibraltar 



Duncombe, Esq., W. H. 0., Warcslcv Park, 

St. Neots 
*Fellowes, Esq., E., Chairman of Pamseg 

Birision, The Abbey, Ramsey 



Bevan, Esq., G. L, Chairman of Leigh- Fellowes, Esq., AV. H., m.p., 20, Upper 
tonstonc Division, Farm Hall, Godman- | Brook Street, Grosvonor Square 



Chester 

Brown,Esq.,B., Hemingford House, St. Ives 
Bumaby, Esq., T. F. A., Branyston, 

Huntingdon 
*Carysfort, Earl of, Elton Hall, Oundle 
*Coote, Esq., T., Oaklands, Fenstanton, 

St. Ives 
*Duberly, Esq., W., Gaynes Hall, Kim- 

bolton 



Fitzwilliam, M.r., Hon. C. W, W., The 

Hall, Al Walton, Peterborough 
Gates, Esq., H. P., Peterborough 
Green, Esq., J. G. , Buckden, Hunting- 
don 
Heathcote, Rev. G., Connington, Stilton 
*Heathcoto, Esq., J. M., The Castle, Con- 
nington, Stilton 



t The police have charge of the whole area of the county ; the figures given by the county 
authorities do not agree with those of the census returns by 60 acres. 



1882.] HTTNTINGDON'. 

Heathcote, Jun., Esq., J. M., The Castle, 
Connington, Stilton 

Herbert, Esq., D. , Priory House, Hirnt- 
ingdon 

HiU, Rev. C. G. , Warboys, Huntingdon 

Hinchingbrook, m.p., Viscount, 6, James 
Street, Buckingham Gate 

Hopkinson, Rev. W., Glatton, Stilton 

Howson, Esq., F. J., Huntingdon 

Humbley, Lieut.-Col. W. W. W., Chair- 
man of Tosdand Division, Cressener House, 
St. Neots 

Huntley, Marquis of, Cotterstock Hall, 
Oundle 

*Hu.sse3', Esq., R. H., Adelaide Crescent, 
Brighton 

Johnston, Rev. G., Broughton, Hunting- 
don 

Linton, Esq., J., Buckdenwood, Buckden 

♦Manchester, k.p., Duke of, Kimbolton 
Castle, St. Neots 

Mande\-ille, The Viscount, 1, Great Stan- 
hope Street, W. 

Marshall, Esq., A. W., The Towers, 
Buckden 

Montresor, Col. H. E., Stoneley, Kimbolton 

Newton, Esq., S. C, Ladsham Hall, St. 
Neots 

Puckle, Rev. B. H., Grafham, St. Neots 



121 



Rej-nolds, Esq., E., Paxton Hall, St. 

Neots 
Rowley, Esq., C. P., The Priory, St.Neots 
*Rust, Esq., G. J., Alconbury House, 

Huntingdon 
Shafto, Rev. A. D., Brancepeth, Durham 
Sherard, Lord, Chairman of Norman Cross 

Division, The Hall, Glatton, Stilton 
Sperling, Esq., A., Lattenbury Hill, 

St. Ives 
Stephens, Esq., F., Bentworth Lodge, 

Alton, Hants 
Strong, Esq., C. I., Thorpe Hall, Peter- 
borough 
Stuart, Col. W., TempsfordHall, St. Neots 
Thompson, Esq., L., Sheriff Hutton, York 
Thomhill, Esq., A. J., The HaU, Didding- 

ton, Buckden 
Tillard, Esq., P. E., Godmanchester 
Turner, Esq., C, 115, "Westboume Terrace 
Vissan, Capt. John A. W., Stibbington 

Hall, Wansford 
Waller, Esq., Q.c, F., 6, Chester Square, 

London, S.W. 
Webb,Esq.,T.V.,Great Gransden, St. Neots 
Wells, Esq., G. G., Harpstone Court, 

Henlev-on-Thames 
*Wells, Esq., W., Holme Wood, Stilton 
Woodruff, Rev. T., Wistow, Huntingdon 



Deputy Lieutenant not a Magistrate. 
H. Sholto Douglas, Esq., Moorlands, BUtcme, Hants. 

Chief County OflB.cials. 

ClerJc of the Peace and Clerk to the Lieutenancy — E. Maule, Esq. (Huntingdon) ; County 
Treasurer — Robt. A. Reaney, Esq. (Huntingdon); Chief Constable — ^Major H. G. Rooper 
(Godmanchester) ; Public Analyst — J. W. Knights, Esq. (11, Sidney Street, Cambridge) ; 
County Surveyor — R. Hutchinson, Esq. (Huntingdon) ; Coroners — Hundred of Hurstingstone: 
C. B. Margetts, Esq. (Huntingdon) ; Hundred of Toseland : C. R. Wade Gear>-, Esq. 
(St. Neots) ; Hundred of Leightonstone : Gerald Hunnybun, Esq. (Huntingdon); Hundred 
of Norman Cross : W. D. Gaches, Esq. (Peterborough) ; and Liberty of Ramsey ; J. 
Serjeant, Esq. (Ramsey) ; Undersheriff, Thos. F. Fowler, Esq. (Huntingdon). 



The Petty Sessional Divisions. 



Divisions. 



Hurstingstone 
Leightonstone 
Norman Cross 
Ramsey . . 
Toseland . . 



Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


t39,092 
t58,516 
t50,36^ 
t32,005 
t44,415 


13,105 
16,249 
12,842 
8,146 
13,366 



Petty Sessions held at and on 



Town Hall, St. Ives (every 
Monday) 

Shire Hall, Huntingdon 
[every Saturday) 

Police Station, Norman Cross 
(every Tuesday) 

Ramsey (alternate Wednes- 
days) 

Police Station, St. Neots 
(every Thursday) 



Clerks toMagistrates. 



Greene and MeUor, 
St. Ives 

Ed. Maule, Hunt- 
ingdon 

N. Wilkinson, 
Peterborough 

Greene and MeUor, 
St. Ives 

O. E. Wilkinson, 
St. Neots 



Annual 
Salaries. 

£ 



113 

138 

142 

73 

150 



t These areas are taken from information kindly supplied by the Clerk of the Peace. They do 
not agree with those given in the census returns. 



122 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



[1882. 



Authorities. 


Character of 
Authority. 


Population 
(1881). 


Rateable 
value (1881). 


Names of Clerks. 


Godmaneliester . . 
Huntingdon 

Ramsey 

St. Ives 

St. Neots 


Municipal borouRh 
Municipal borough 
Local board 
Municipal borough 
Local board 


2,188 
4,229 
4,617 
3,036 
4,261 


£ 
18,534 
18,008 
29,882 
14,636 
19,172 


M. Hunnybun 
li. Maule 

F. R. Serjeant 

G. N. Day 

C. R. Wade-Gery 



Poor-Law (and 


Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 




Unions 
and Authorities. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popu- 
lation 
(1831). 


Rateable 
value 
(1881). 


Names of Chairmen. 


Names of Clerks. 


Huntingdon 

St. Ives 

St. Neots . • 


76,446 
62,930 
65,532 


19,560 
16,752 
16,906 


£ 
170,1.54 
128.267 
120,811 


P. Tillard 
H. Goodman 
Rev. B. H. PucHe 


E.W.Huionybun 
E. A.Wallingford 
J. H. Ennals 



School Boards. 



Boards. 



Brampton 

{b) Covington 

Grafham 

Kimbolton 

Little Stukeley 

Oiiord (U.D.) 

(h) Sawtry (U.D.) 

(h) Standground 

Stibbington . . 

(h) Warboys .. 

Woodburst 

(W Yelling (U.D.) 



Union of 



Huntingdon 
Thrapston 
St. Neots . . 
St. Neots . . 
Huntingdon 
St. Neots . . 
Huntingdon 
Peterborough 
Stamford . . 
St. Ives .. 
St. Ives . . 
Caxton and Anting- 
ton 





'^t 


Popu- 


uo 


lation 


5S 


(lasi). 




i 1,188 


5 


149 


5 


m 


6 


295 


5 


(JS4 


5 


1,318 


5 


1,30S 


5 


53S 


5 


1,676 


5 


S31 


5 


538 


5 



Names of Clerks. 



John T. Barber 
B. H. Puckle 

E. W. Humiybnn 
J. H. Ennals 
John Burton 

E. Vergette, jun. 

F. Burdett 

E. A.Wallingford 
Geo. Cooper 
Rev. J. H. Nowers 
(Hon.) 



The Militia Force. 

The Huntingdonshire Militia Force is comprised in the 5th Battalion of the King's Royal Rifle 
Corps, one regiment of Rifles (late 60th Foot). Rifle Depot, Winchestei-. Headquarters, Hun- 
tingdon. Hon. Colonel, Earl of Sandwich ; Major, F. J. Rooper ; Adjutant, Major G. Vernon. 



The Volunteer Force. 

The Huntingdonshire Volunteer Force consists of one corps of Light Horse. Maximum 
strength of establishment, 240 of aU ranks. Headquarters, Kimbolton. Hon. Colonel, Prince of 
Wales ; Lieut. -Colonel, Duke of Manchester ; Adjutant, One company of Rifles 

attached to the 1st Cambridgeshii-e Battalion. 



1882.] KENT. 123 

COUNTY OF KENT. 

A MARITIME county, "bounded on the north by the Thames and German Ocean, east and 
south-east hy the latter and the Strait of Dover, south by Susses, and west by Surrey, 
and having on its east and south coasts the North and South Forelands and Dungeness. 
Length, 67 miles; breadth, 35 miles; circxunference, 190 miles; square miles, 1,627* 
Watered by the Stour, Medwaj-, Darent, and other rivers. The ]\Iedway is the noblest 
feeder of the Thames, and has a total length of sixty miles, forty of which are navigable. 
Lime-buming is can-ied on upon the Lower Medway ; on the upper streams the paper 
trade, to which it is navigated by steam power. Ships and large vessels get up to Rochester 
bridge. The Dour river is a very trifling stream, but it received its j^resent name from 
the Britons, signifying "water," and was kno-mi also to the Romans as the Dui'ius. It 
gives name to Dover, in the valley of which it anciently fonned the haven, now built 
upon and earned out seaward. The river Rother rises in Sussex ; it is navigable on its 
entry into Kent, and was anciently called by the Britons and Romans the Limcne, entering 
the sea at New Romney. In the time of Edward I. it deserted its channel, and formed a 
new one by Eye and Winchelsea. The principal canal is the Royal Militaiy Canal, 
running along the borders of Romney Marsh from the Rother to Hj-the, veiy little above 
the level of the sea. The Gravosend and Rochester Canal has been partly used for the 
North Kent Railway, but its basins and the portions from Gravesend to Higham still 
remain. The county is intersected by nearlj- 4,400 mUes of roads, and the railway com- 
munication is effected by the lines belonging to the South Eastern, and London Chatham 
and Dover Railway Companies. On that part of the coast bounding the estuary of the 
Thames, there are numerous examples both of the gain and loss of land by the sea. Off the 
east shore lie the well-known GoodwHln Sands, between which and the mainland is the 
equally well-known roadstead called the Downs. Kent may be designated a hilly country, 
being divided by two nearly parallel chains of chalk hills, which traverse the county west 
to east, terminating in lofty chalk cliffs at Dover, Folkestone, and Hytlie. The climate of 
Kent is in general mild and genial. The soil may be di%'ided into the gravel, chalk, and 
clay, which produce, where they mix in due proportion, an extremely fertile loam. The 
alluvial soils along the Thames and IMedwaj', and in Romney ^Marsh, produce some of the 
richest pastures in the kingdom. The gardening of the county was much improved by 
the Netherland refugees in the sixteenth centurj'. The woods in Kent are extensive, and 
produce much oak, beech, hop-poles, billet-wood, hoops, and bark, besides timber for ships 
and house-building. The lathe of Sutton-at-Hone is a great fruit district, and the valley 
of the Medway is famous for hops, and the hoiDping season is as joyous here as the vintage is 
elsewhere. Building stone is quarried, in the chalk and the ragstone of the Weald 
Faversham, Milton and WTiitstable are celebrated for their oysters. The county returns 
two members for the east di\'ision, two for the mid, and two for the west. It is in the 
South-eastern circuit, the assizes being held at Maidstone, and it constitutes the archdea- 
conries of Canterbury and Rochester, in those dioceses, province of Canterbury-. The borough 
representation comprises Canterbury (city), Dover, Greenwich (metropolitan borough), 
Maidstone, Rochester (city), and Sandwich, two members each, Chatham, Gravesend, and 
Hythe, one member each. The shire has o lathes and 61 hundreds, and comprises the 
barony of Bircholt, the lowery of Tunbridge, the liberty of the Isle of Sheppey, the 
liberty of New Romney, 437 civil parishes, besides parts of others, 25 poor-law unions 
exclusive of the Metropolis, I poor-law district under a special Act (Canterbury), 3 poor- 
law unions within the Metropolitan district (Greenwich, Lewisham and Woolwich), 
29 registry districts, 12 municipal boroughs [Canterbury,* (city and county of itseK), Deal,* 
Dover,* Faversham,* Folkestone,* Gravesend,* Hythe,* Maidstone,* Margate,* Rochester* 
(city) , Sandwich,* and Tenterden*], 35 ui-ban sanitarj- authorities, 25 rural sanitary authori- 
ties, and 22 turnpike trusts. It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 
16 petty sessional divisions and 17 lieutenancy sub-divisions. All the boroughs above 
named have commissions of the peace and separate courts of quarter sessions, and their 
own police. The liberty of Romney Marsh* has petty and general sessions, and the 
ancient borough of Queenborough* has a court of quarter sessions distinct from the 
count}-. Dover, Hythe, New Romney, and Sandwich are cinque ports, and Deal, 
Faversham, Folkestone, and Margate are corporate members of one or other of them. 
Fordwich* (corporate member of the cinque port of Sandwich), Lydd* (corporate member 
of the cinque port of New Romney), and New Romney* are governed under old charters 
and not amenable to the Municipal Corporations Act, 1835. The Cinque Port justices (see 
p. 137) exercise jurisdiction in and for the Deal Division of the Kberties of the cinque 
ports (comprising the parishes of Ringwould and Walmer and the hamlet of Kingsdown) , 

• Vide " Municipal Corporations Companion," &c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



•^24 THE COUNTY COMPANIOX. [1882. 

and the parish and town o Ramsgate. Tho towns of Ramsgato and Tunbridge Wells 
maintain 2iolice establishments separate from the county. A considerable portion of the 
^^f^r^-,^^ included in the Metropolitan Police, Central Criminal Court, Metropolitan Board 
ot Works .and London School Board jurisdictions (see pp. 183, 184). 

Geological A^o^es.— Chalk and greensand prevail in the hills ; and clay mixed with 
gravel, sand, or loam, in the more level tracts. 

Historical Notes.— Kent is first distinctly noticed by the name of Caniium, doubtless a 
iLatmization of the ancient British appellation of the same territory. By the Saxons it 
was called at first Kant-wara-rikc, moaning the " Kentish men's country." The 
present name is an evident derivation of the first word of the Saxon compound. In the 
earliest times of English history the "men of Kent" showed themselves true to their 
origin, and were looked upon as the stay of our naval power. Hence the establishment 
ot the Cinque Ports, endowed with exclusive and valuable privileges, and which, down 
to the seventeenth century, supplied the greater part of the shipping and seamen to our 
fleets. It remains at the present time in the possession of the chief of our naval arsenals, 
and contains many important establishments. Julius Caesar landed here, and Kent 
has been the seat of many sanguinary conflicts. AVilliam the Conqueror burnt Romney 
and Dover, but confii-med the men of Kent in their privileges. These are chiefly com- 
prised m gavelkind (from the Saxon Gafcl, signifying a rent or acknowledgment in 
money or in kind, and Gafelkind lands, those for which a rent was paid, or, in other 
words, lands held by socage tenure, in contradistinction to those which were held 
by military service), or the succession of all the sons, or brothers, and nephews to 
landed property, and the right of non-forfeiture of lands, except for treason. The 
year 1170 is memorable for the return of Thomas a Becket from his long exile, and still 
more so for his murder at Canterbury ; nor is the year 1172 less remarkable for the volun- 
tary penance which Henry II. underwent at his tomb. In 1381 the insurrection under 
Wat Tyler commenced at Dartford, and the insurgents encamped on Blackheath, 
whence they proceeded to London. In 1450, also, the rebels under Jack Cade en- 
camped upon Blackheath, and on the same heath, in the February following, a great 
number of his partisans craved pardon of the king upon their knees. In 1459 four 
thousand French troops landed on the coast, and burned the town of Sandwich. The 
year 1677 is memorable in Kentish annals for the daring attack made by a part of 
the Dutch fleet on the shipping in the Medway. In December, 1688, the fugitive 
King James II. was seized at Sheemess, and conveyed to Favcrsham. The Emperor 
Charles V. landed at Dover from Corunna, May 16, 1520, on a visit to Henry VIII. 
Charles II. landed at the same place, May 26, 1660, on his return from exile. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^r.— The manufacturing industries of Kent include the making 
of bricks, tiles, pottery, cement, and lime, in which several thousand people are engaged, 
paper, gunpowder (Dartford,Erilh,Tunbridge,and Faversham), sugar-moulds,tobacco-pipes, 
hop-bags, sacks, copperas, siigar refining, tar, whiting, and Tunbridge ware. There are 
also considerable ship-building and marine-engine yards, iron foundries, breweries, malt- 
ingp and tanneries. The chief seats of manufacture are Greenwich, Deptford, Dartford, 
Maidstone, Northfleet, and Faversham. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics.— Area of county, 1,004,984 acres; number 
of houses (1881), inhabited, 173,311; ditto, uninhabited, 10,436; ditto, building, 2,398; 
population (1881) : males, 477,715; females, 499,870; total, 977,585 ; average number of 
persons to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary electors 

in 1881 (excluding boroughs)— east di\'ision, 13,551 ; mid. division, 9,139; west division, 
15,764; valuation for county assessment (March 25, 1881), £4,308,705; for police 
assessment, £2,620,511 ; received for year by county rate (3id.), £58,768; by police rate 
md.), £13,648; total receipts, £103,078; total expenditure, £103,964 ; amount of loans 
outstanding (March 25, 1881), £187,840. 

Folice and Criminal Statistics.— The county force comprised (September 29, 1881), 1 
chief constable (Capt. J. H. H. Ruxton), at £500 vcarly, and £200 allowances ; 13 super- 
intendents (J. E. Orrcll, Dcp. C.C., Maidstone ; T. Noakes, Ashford ; W. H. Baker, 
Maidstone; S. Waghom, Cranbrook ; G. Webster, Dartford; S. Maxted, Sandgate; T. 
Mayne, Sittingboume ; W. Walker, Canterburv ; R. Hulse, West Mailing ; E. 
Coppinger, Chatham; G. Okill, Sevenoaks; A. Barnes, Tunbridge; and H. Kewell, 
Sandwich), from £155. 2s. 6d. to £136. 17s. 6d. yearly, and horse, forage, &c., allowances; 
2 inspectors, at £109. 10s. yearly; 24 sergeants, from 31s. 6d. to 28s. Od. weekly; 
and 260 constables, from 26s." 3d. to 21s. Od. weekly ; total of all ranks, 300. The cost of 
the force in the previous year was £28,143 ; the proportion paid by the Government was 
£11,257. The area of the district is 903,318 acres. For 355 indictable offences reported, 
287 persons were apprehended, and 232 committed for trial ; for offences determined sum- 



1882.] KENT. 125 

marily, 5,268 persons were proceeded against, and 4,416 convicted, 980 persons and 897 
convictions respectively being classed under charges of drunkenness. There are 1,197 
public-houses, 888 beer-houses, and 36 refreshment-houses within the district controlled by 
the force. 

Agricultural Statistics (year ending 30 June, 1881). — Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow, and grass, 745,215, viz. : com, , 224,211 ; green crops, 85,614; clover, grasses, i&c, 
53,421; permanent pastui-e, &c., 327,079; hops, 41,476; bare fallow, &c., 13,413. The 
total number of horses was 29,450 ; cattle, 73,409; sheep, 952,311; and pigs, 55,896. 

FrlncijMl Markets, Fairs, ^-c. — Ashford: Tuesdays — August 27 (lambs). Canterbury: 
Wednesdays and Saturdays (lean stock), and great markets, second and fourth Tuesdays. 
Deal : Tuesdays and Saturdays — April 5, October 11. Bovcr : Wednesdays and Saturdays. 
Faversham : AYednesdays and Saturdays — (great markets) first and third Tuesdays (stock) ; 
October 11, 12 and 13. Folkestone: Thursdaj's. Gravesend : Wednesdays and Satur- 
days, and first and third Thvirsdays (stock) — May 4, October 24. Fly the : Thiu-sdays and 
Saturdays. Maidstone : Thursdays, and a great market (for stock) the second Tuesdays in 
each month — Februarj' 13, May 12, June 20, October 17 (general fair and for hops). 
Margate: Wednesdays and Saturdays. ^rJcAfs^t?- .• Tuesdays (com). Sandwich: Wednes- 
days (com), alternate Mondays (cattle) — December 4. Sittingbournc : Fridays — third and 
fifth Tuesday in every month (cattle). Tenterdcn : Fridays — first Monday in May (general), 
first Friday in September (lambs). Tonbridge : First and third Tuesdays — October 25 (cattle). 

Neu-spapers. — Bcxley Heath and Frith Observer. Satm-day, Id. X. 1867. T.Jenkins, 
Bexley Heath. — Bromley Journal. Thursday, Id. I. 1869. E. B. Smith, Bromley. — Brom- 
ley Telegraph. Saturday, Id. L. 1865. C. W. Gedney, Bromley. — Canterbury Journal. 
Saturday, Id. N. 1833. F. Mudford, Canterbury. — Canterbury Fress. Saturday Id. 
L. 1876. Cross & Jackman, Canterbury. — Chatham and liochester ]\"ews. Friday and 
Satui-day, Id. I. 18-59. II. Foster, Chatham. — Chatham and Fochester Observer. — Friday 
and Satm-day, Id. L. 1870. W. & J. Mackav, Chatham. — Dart ford Advertiser. Saturday, 
Id. N. 1876. H. W. Knock, Dartf Old.— i)ffV(/b7Y^ Chronicle. Saturday, Id. I. 1869. A. 
Perry, Dartford. — Dartford Express. Saturday, Id. K. 1872. T. Jenkins, Dartford. — 
Bartford Telegraph. Saturday, Id. L. 1880. W. R. k F. Masters, Dartford.— 2)ea^- 
Chronicle. Friday and Saturday, Id. C. 1874. H. S. Chapman, & Co., Deal. — Deal Mercury. 
Saturday, Id. C. 1865. KobertXewby & Co., Deal. — Beal Telegram. Friday, Id. and Sat- 
urday, 2d. L. 1858. E. Hayward, Deal. — Dover Chronicle. Saturday, 2d. L.-C. 1835. 
W. W. Currie, Dover. — Dover Fxpress. Friday, Id. L. 1858. J. B. Jones, Dover. — 
Dover Standard. Saturday, Id. C. 1872. R. Turner, Dover.— Z»oivr Telcaraph. 
Wednesday, Id. C. 1834. W. W-. Currie, Hovev.—East Kent Gazette. Saturday, 
2d. I. 1854. W. J. Barrett, Sittingbournc. — Faversham Mercury. Saturday, l|d. 
N. 1860. A. M. Edwards, Faversham. — Folkestone Chronicle. Saturday, 2d. N. 1855. 
H. Stock, Folkestone. — Folkestone Express. Friday, Id. I. 1868. J. English, 
Folkestone. — Folkestone Xews. Saturday, Id. L. iS75. S. J. Russell, Folkestone.— 
Gravesend Argus. Saturday, Id. C. 1880. Argus Newspaper Company, (Limited), Graves- 
end.— Grar<;-sf«f?J'ywJ'>-tfM. Satm-day, Id. I. 1855. T.Hall, Gravesend. — Gravesend Journal. 
Saturday, Id. C. 1864. J. S. Caddel, Gravesend. — Gravesend Miscellany. Wednesday, 
-M. N. 1853. T. Hall, Gravesend. — Gravesend Reporter. Saturday, Id. L. 1856. 
J. Groocock, Gravesend. — Greemvich Chronicle. Saturday, Id. L. 1862. W. H. Brown, 
Deptford. — Greemvich Observer, Saturday. Id. L. 1879. E. Fearon, Greenwich. — 
Kentish Chronicle. Satm-day, Id. L. 1768. C. B. Davey, Csiuterhnrj.— Kentish E.rpress.- 
Saturday, Id. N. 1855. Igglcsdcn & Co., Ashiovd.— Kentish Gazette. Tuesday, 2d. C. 
1717. Mary Ward, Canterbury. — Kentish Independent. Satmday, 3d. L. 1834. W. 
P. Jackson & Sons, Woolwich.— Ze«^js/i Mercury. Saturday, Id. C. 1833. Merritt & 
Uatchei; Gvecn-^ch..— Kentish Observer. Thmsday, 3d. C. 183'i. F. Mudford, Canterbrj'.— 
Kent Argus. Saturday, Id. I. 1873. J. Pullen, Ramsgate.— Jiewi! and Susse.v Courier. 
Wednesday and Friday, Id. C. 1872. T. Ablott, Tunbridge Wells.— A'e«(!^c/w. Wed- 
nesday, id. L. 1877. E. Peirce, Ramsgate.— A^ew;; Herald. Thursday, 2d. L. 1792. 
C. E. Davey, Canterbury.— A'cwitJ/ffi/. Tuesday, Id. ; Saturday, 3d. C. 1839. W. E. 
Baxter, Maidstone.— A'tvii; Messenger. Friday and Saturday, Id. L. 1859. W. R. 
& F. Masters, Maidstone.— ^f«r; Coast Times. Thursday, Id. C. 1866. M. A. Bligh, 
I\amsgate.— A'cHi; and Sussex Times. Friday and Saturday, Id. L.-I. 1875. A. 
Simmons, Maidstone. — Maidstone and Kentish Journal. I\Ionday, 2d. ; Thursday and 
Saturday, Id. C. 1786. E. B. Smith, 'iAa.id&iona.— Maidstone and Kent County 
Standard. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, Id. C. 1873. C. Baker, Maid- 
stone. — Margate and Ramsgatc Gazette. Saturday, Id. C. 1870. H. Keble, Mar- 
gate.— J/ff;-<7ff^e /"/-cc P/-C6S. Saturday, Id. I. 1878. C. F. Dixon, Margate.— iSoc/iCi^f/- 



126 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

and Chatham Journal. Friday and Saturday, Id. L.-G. 1854. W. T. Wildisli, 
Rochester. — Sandgate Echo. Saturday, Id. N. 1875. S. J. Russell, Sandgate. — Sandqate 
Serald. Saturday, Id. C. 1869. W. Wilson, Sandgate. — Sevenoaks Express. Tuesday, 
Id. C. 1863. G. "W. Harrison, Sevenoaks. — Sevenoaks Free I'ress. Saturday, Id. 
N. 1873. W. Blair, Sevenoaks. — Sevenoaks Herald. Friday, Id. C. 1877. 
F. H. Hills, Sevenoaks. — Sheerness Gtiardian. Saturday, Id. L. 1858. T. M. 
Rigg, Sheerness. — Sheerness Times. Saturday, Id. I. 1868. S. Cole, Sheerness. — 
Slttinghourne Gazette. Saturday, Id. I. 1854. W. J. Parrett, Sittingboiime. — Soutli 
Eastern Gazette. Monday, 2id. ; Saturday, Ud. L. 1815. F. W. & H. R. Cutbush, 
Maidstone and Canterbury. — Sydenham Gazette. Saturday, Id. N. 1872. R. Peirec, 

Sydenham. — Sydenham Nars. Saturday, Id. I. 1880. Sampson and Davey, Sydenham. 

Sydenham Times. Tuesday, Id. L. 1861. W. Richardson, Croydon. — Thanet Advertiser. 
Saturday, l^d. L. 1859. Jennings & Son, Ramsgate. — Thanet Guardian. Saturday, Id. 
I. 1866. F. Ward, Margate. — Tonhridge Free Press. Saturday, Id. L. 1869. 
W. Blair, Tonhvulge. —Tofibridge Telegraph. Saturday, Id. L. 1863. H. W. Woolf, 
1oTihx\A^e.—Tunbridge Wells Gazette. Friday, 2d. I. 1855. C. Bishop, Tunbridge 
We\l$.—Tunbridgc Wells Express. Tuesday, Id. C. 1862. G-.Doust, Tunbridge Wells. 
— Tunhridge Wells Journal. Thm-sday, Id. L. 1862. H. W. Woolf, Tunbridge'Wells.— 
Tunbridge Wells Standard. Friday, Id. C. 1856. E. B. Smith, Maidstone.— ^es;: 
Ke7it News. Saturday, Id. I. 1871. AV. B. Mercer, Lewisham.— TFfs;; Kent Gazette. 
Saturday, Id. L. 1878. E. Fearon, GTQen.vnch..— Whitstable Times. Saturday, Id. 
N. 1864. A. Edwards, Whitstable. — Woolwich Gazette. Saturday, Id. L. "^1862. 
W. H. Brown, Woolwich. — Wooln-ich Journal and Army and Navy Gazette. Monthly 6d. N. 
1844. W. P. Jackson, & Sons, Woolwich. — Woolwich Observer, Saturday, Id. L. 1879. E. 
Fearon, AVoolwich. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Right Hon. Earl Sydney, g.c.u., Frognal, Foot's Cray. 

• . High Sheriff (1881-2). 

Major M. G.\ussen Best, Park House, Boxley, Maidstone. 

Members of Parliament. 

East Division : Aretas Akers-Douglas, Esq. (c). Edward Leigh Pembertox, Esq. (c). 
3Iid Division: Rt. Hon. Sir Wm. Hart Dyke, Bart. (c). Sir Edmund Filmer, Bart. 
West Division : Sir Charles H. Mills, Bart. (c). Viscount Lewisha.vi (c). 

Chairmen and Deputy-Chairmen of Quarter Sessions, 

HoLDEN at C.\NTElUiURY AND MaiDSTONE. 

East Kent : Right Hon. Lord Brabourne, Chairman. Right Hon. Lord Harris, Deputy- 
Chairman. 

West Kettt : J OH^ G. Talbot, Esq., m.p.. Chairman. The Hon. J. S. Gathorne-Haedy', 
Deputy-Chairman . 

Chairman of General Sessions. 

Colonel Sir .Tohn Farxaby Lennard, Bart. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

• * Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 

Western Division. 

Bearsted Division. 



Akers-Douglas, Esq., m.v., A.,Chilstou Park, 

Sandway, near Maidstone 
Balston, Esq., W., Springfield, Maidstone 
Best, Major M. G., Park House, Boxley, 

Maidstone 
Duppa, Esq., G., Hollingbourne House, 

near Maidstone 
Ellis, Esq., J. J., The Priory, East Farioigh, 

Maidstone 
*Filmer, Bart., M.r., Sir E., East Sutton 

Park, Staplehurst 
Fowler, Esq., R., Kent Chib, Maidstone 
Hampson, Bart., Sir G.F.,Thurnham Court, 

Maidstone 
*Holmesdale, The Viscount, Linton Park, 

Maidstone 



Knight, Col. L. E., Milgate, Maidstone 
Marshain, G., Esq., Hayle Place, Loose, 

Maidstone 
Moore, Esq., W., Chairman of Division, 
Wierton, IBoughton Monchelsea, Maid- 
stone 
Prentis, Captain AV. T., Rocky Hill Terrace, 

Maidstone 
*Romney, Earl of. The Mote, Maidstone 
*AVhatman, Esq., J., Vinters, Maidstone 
AVhiteh(!ad, Esq., C., Barming House, 

Maidstone 
Wykeham-Martin, Esq., C. P., Swcdelands, 
Lenhour, Maidstone 



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127 



Adams, Esq., M. W., Sydenham, S.E. 
Gaffin, K.C.B., Admiral Sir J. C, Vanbrugh. 

Lodge, Blackheath, S.E. 
Cleave, Esq., c.b., F., Glebe Villa, Lee, S.E. 
Crofton, Kear-Admiral S. S. L., Broom 

Hall, Shooter's Hill, S.E. 
Famall, Esq., c.b., H. B., Manor House, 

Lee, S.E. 
Grant, Col. E. F., Southend, Eltham, S.E. 
Jolly, Esq., J. R., The Oaks, Plumstead 

Common, Plumstead, S.E. 
♦Larking, Esq., J. W., The Firs, Lee, S.E. 
Low, Esq., S. P., Round Hill Villa, 

Sydenham, S.E. {also Bromley Division) 
Mackenzie, Rear- Admiral D. M., Eltham 

House, Eltham, S.E. 



Parker, Esq., G., Lewiaham House, Lewis- 
ham, S.E. 

Poulter, Esq., B., 30, Lee Park, Blackheath, 
S.E. 

Robertson, Vice-Admiral R., Chairman of 
Division, Wood Street, "Woolwich 

Ryley, Esq., T. M., 4-i, Lee Terr., Lee, S.E. 

Soames, Esq., J., Maze Hill, Greenwich, S.E. 

*Truro, Lord, Shooter's Hill, S.E. 

Walker, Esq., Edward Batchelor, Cray- 
thome Grove Park, Lee 

White, Esq., R. O., The Priory, Lewisham, 
S.E. {also Dartford Division) 

Wilson, Bart., Sir S. M. M., Charlton 
House, Charlton, Kent, S.E. 

Young, Esq., J. H., Lee, S.E. 



Gbeenwich xsv) Woolwich Police Courts. — Police Magistrates. — R. H. B. Marsham, 
Esq., 62, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W.; J. Balguy, Esq., Hawley House, Dartford. 
Chief Clerk — J. A. G. Boustred, Arlington House, Kidbrocke Park Road, Blackheath. 
Hours of Attendance — Greenwich Police Court, daily, from 10 till half-past 1 ; and 
Woolwich, daily, from half-past 2 till 5 . 

Bromley Division. 



Alexander, Esq., c.b., R., Chairman of 

Division, Holwood, Beckenham 
Beamish, Lieut. -Col. E., Halfway Street, 

Bexley {also Dartford Division) 
Berens, Esq., H. H., Sidcup, Foot's Cray 
Berens, Esq., R. B., Kevington, St. Mary 

Cray, Chislehurst 
Chapman, Esq., W. G., St. Paul's Cray 

Hill 
Darwin, Esq., C. R., Down, Beckenham 
Devas, Esq., C. F., Pickhurst Manor, Beck- 
enham 
Edlmann, Esq., F. J., Hawkwood, Chisle- 
hurst 
Forbes, Esq., J. S., West Wickham 
*Goodhart, Esq., C. E., Langley Park, 

Beckenham 
Haigh, Esq., F. W., Woodlands, Bickley 
Kinnaird, Lord, Plaistow Lodge, Bromley 
*Lennard, Sir J. F., Bart., Wickham Court 
Beckenham 



Low, Esq., S. P., Round Hill Villa, Syden- 
ham, S.E. [also Blackheath Division) 

Lubbock, Bart., m.p.. Sir J., High Elms, 
Famborough, Beckenham 

Martin, Esq., p.m., R. B., Chislehurst 

Medley, Esq., G. W., Oak wood, Cawden 
Park, Chislehurst 

Mendel, Esq., S., The Manor House, 
Chislehurst 

♦Norman, Esq., G. W., Bromley Common, 
near Bromley 

Pender, Esq., m.p., J., Foot's Cray Place, 
Foot's Cray, Chislehurst 

Scott, Bart., Sir Edward H., Sundridge 
Park, Bromley 

Sydney, g.c.b., Earl, Lord Lieutenant, 
Frognal, Foot's Cray. Chislehurst 

Waring, Esq., W., Woodlands, Chelsfield, 
Chislehurst 

Wilson, Esq., C. L., Beckenham 



Cranhrook Division. 



Appach, Esq., R., Swattenden, Cranbrook 
Austen, Esq., J. F., Capel Manor, Hors- 

monden, Staplehurst 
Beresford-Hope, Esq., m.p., A. J. B., 

Bedgbury Park, Goudhurst, Staplehurst 
Beresford-Hope, Esq., P. B., Bedgburj^ 

Park, Goudhurst, Staplehurst 
Courthope, Esq., G. C, Whiligh, Lamber- 

hurst, Hawkhurst 
Courthope, Esq., G. J., Sprivers, Horsmon- 

den, Staplehurst 
Cranbrook, The Right Hon- Viscount, 

Hcmstiid Park, Staplehurst 



French, Esq., G., Risden, Hawkhurst 

Frewen, Esq., C. H., Noithiam, Ashfori, 
Kent 

*Gathome-Hardy, Hon. J. S., Blind- 
fold, Goudhurst 

Gordon, Vice-Admiral G. T., Knockwood, 
Tenter den, Ashford 

Goschen, m.p., Right Hon. G. J., Seacox 
Heath, Hawkhurst 

Haffenden, Esq., J. W., Homewood, Ten- 
tcrden 

Houstoun, Vice-Admiral W., Sissinghurst 

_ Place, Staplehurst 



128 

♦Hussey, Esq., E., Scotncy Castle, Lain- 

berhurst, Hawkhurst 
Loyd, Esq., E., Lillesden, Hawkhurst 
*Monypenny, Esq., R. T. G. G., May- 

thain Hall, Eolvenden, Ashford 
Oakeley, Bt., Sir C. W. A., Frittenden 

House, Frittenden, Staplehurst 
Oakes, Esq., A., Downgate, Sandhui'st, 

Hawkhurst 



TH-; COUNTY COMPANION". 



[1882. 

Roberts, Esq., T. W., Glassenbury House, 

Cranbrook, Staplehurst 
Smith-Marriott, Rev. H. F., Horsmonden, 

Staplehurst 
Tylden-Pattenson, Esq., W. B., Dash- 

monden, Biddenden, Stapleliurst 
Tylden-Pattenson, Esq., W. H., Dash- 

monden, Biddenden, Staplehurst 
Weller, Esq., T. M.M.,Rolvenden, AsMord 



Dartford Division. 



Anderson, Esq., W., Lesney House, Erith 
Beamish, Lieut. -Col. E. S., Halfway Street, 

Bexley {also Bromley Division) 
Bean,Esq.,A.W.,DansonPark, Boxlcy,S.E. 
*Bevan, Esq., T., Stone Park, Stone, near 

Dartford 
Dashwood, Esq., M., Hall Place, Bexley, 

and the Albany, Piccadilly, W. 
*Dyke, Bart., m.p., Et. Hon. Sir AV. H., 

LuUingstone Castle, Dartford 
Evelyn, Esq., G. P., Hartley Manor,Dartford 
■*Fleet, Esq., T. H., Chairman of Division, 

The Grange, Daren th, Dartford 
Hepburn, Esq., J. G., Baldwyn, near 

Bexley {also Bromley Division) 



Miller, Esq., R. C, Oakfield. Dartford 
Paltiser, Esq., Arthm-, 44, Windmill Street, 

Gravesend 
Pickersgill, Esq., W. C, Blendon Hall, 

Bexley, S.E. 
Umfreville, Esq., S. C, Ingress Abbcj-, 

Greenhithe, Dartford 
AVheatley, Lieut. -Colonel W., Endcliffe 

House, Sandgate 
"White, Esq., J. B., Union Club, Trafalgar 

Square, London, S.W. 
White, Esq., R. 0., The Priory, Lewisham, 

S.E. {also Blachheath Divislun) 



Mailing Division, 



Eannerman, Esq., m.p., H. C, Hunton 

Court, Maidstone 
Bligh, The Hon. E. V., Chairman of Div., 

Fartherwell Hall, W. Mailing, Maidstone 
Bligh, Esq., L. E. Fartherwell Hall, West 

Mailing 
Boscawen, Hon. Col. E. E. T., Mereworth 

Castle, Maidstone 
Brassey, Esq., m.p., H. A., Preston Hall, 

Aylesford, Maidstone 
Dalison, Esq., M. H., Hamptons, West 

Peckham, Tunbridge 
Falmouth, Viscount, Mereworth Castle, 

Maidstone 
Finch, The Hon. C. W., The Friars, Ayles- 
ford, Maidstone 
Fletcher, Esq., L. J.W., Kcnward, Yalding, 

Maidstone 
*Geary, Bart., Sir F., Oxonhoath,Tunbridge, 

and 10, Cadogan Place, S.W. 



Geary, Esq., W. N. , Montgomcric, Oxen- 
mouth, Tunbridge 

James, Lieut. -Col. D. W. G., Ightham 
Court, Ightham, Sevenoaks 

Lefevre, m.p.. Right Hon. G. J. S., Old- 
bury Place, Ightham 

Leigh, Esq., m.p., R., Barham Court, 
Watcringbury 

Lloyd-Moslyn, Hon. L. X. Y., MalUng 
House, West Mailing 

Xcvill, Hon.R.P.,Birling ]\Ianor, JIaidstonc 

Rigg, Esq., J., Wrotham Hill Park, 
Sevenoaks 

Roberts, Esq., W. H., Birlcv, AYest MaUing- 

Stratford, Esq., E. J. AY., Addington Park, 
West Mailing, Maidstone 

AVaterlow, Bart., m.p.. Sir S. H., Fairseat, 
AYrotham, Sevenoaks 

AYigan, Et^q., W. S., Larkficld, Maidstone 



Rochester Division. 



Baker, Esq., T. II., Owletts, Cobham, 

Gravesend 
Barrett, Rev. T. S., Court Lodge, Shome, 

Gravesend 
Barrow, Esq., F., 3, PhiUimore Gardens, 

Kensington, London, W. 
Bingham, c.n., Major-Gen. G. AY. P., 

The Vines, Rochester 
*Damley, Earl of, Cobham Hall, Gravesend 
Fford, Esq., C. R., Satis House, Boley 

Hill, Rochester 
Hartley, Lieut. -Cd. J., 8, Mtdway A'illas, 

Gillingham 



Hulkes, Esq., J., Frindsbury, Rochester 
Johnson, Esq., J. C, Mayfield, Gravesend 
Lock-Beveridge, Esq., J. E. , AYoodlands, 

GiUingham, Chatham {also Ramsgatc 

Division) 
Marsham, Rev. J. J., Shorne, Gravesend 
Nicholson, Esq., AY. S., Hoo Lodge, St» 

Warburgh, Rochester 
Smith-Masters, Esq., AY. A., Camer,, 

Gravesend 
AYhiston, Rev. R., The Palace, Rochester 



1882.] KENT. 129 

Stipendiary Magistrate for Chatham awi Shcerness — E. J. Athawes, Esq. Clerk G. 

Winch, Cliatham. 

Sevenoaks Division. 



*Amherst, Earl, Montreal, Sevenoaks 
Board, Major J., Springfields, Westerham, 

Edenbridge 
*Burnaby- Atkins, Esq., T. F., Halstead 

Place, Sevenoaks 
Campbcll-Colqulioun, Eev. J. E., Chart- ] 

well, Westerham, Edenbridg-e 
Clabon, Esq., J. M., Clare Bank, Sevenoaks i 
German, Major J., Maywood, Sevenoaks 
Hodgson, Esq. ,E. K., Ash Grove, Sevenoaks ' 
Lambarde , Esq . , J. B . , Beechmount, Sevenoaks 
*Lambarde, Esq., M.,Beechmount, Sevenoaks 
Levoson-Gower, Esq., G. W. G., Titsey 

Place, Limpsfield, Surrey 
Mildmay, Esq., H. B., Shoreham Place, 

Sevenoaks 
Mills, Bart,, m.p., Sir C. H., Wildemesse, I 

Sevenoaks ! 

Tunbridge 

Bcoching, Esq., A. T., Ferox HaU, Tun- 
bridge 

*Byng, Hon. J. M. O., Great Culverden, 
Tunbridge Wells (^also Tunhridge Wells 
Division) 

*Cazalet, Esq., E., Eairlawn, Shipbourne, 
Tunbridge 

Cox, Esq., H., Marl Field House, Tunbridge 

Darbishire, Esq., H. A., Oakdene, Eden- 
bridge 

Ue L'Isle and Dudley, Lord, Penshurst 
Place, Tunbridge 

Field, Esq., G. H., Ashurst Park, Tunbridge 
Wells [also Tunbridge Wells Division) 

«Goldsmid, Bart., Sir J., SomerliiU, Tun- 
bridge, and 105, Piccadilly, W. 

Hankey, Esq., m.p., T., Shipbourne Grange, 
Tunbridge 

*Hardinge, Viscount, South Park, Pens- 
hurst, Tunbridge 



Petley, Esq., C. E. C. , Riverhead, Sevenoaks 
Phillips, Sir B. S., Mapleton, Westerham, 

Edenbridge 
Phillips, Esq., S. H, Mapleton, Westerham 
Rogers, Esq., J. T., Eiverhill, Sevenoaks 
Eycroft, Esq., C. A. W., Everlands. 

Sevenoaks 
Sackville, Lord, The Knolc, Sevenoaks 
Spottiswoodc, Esq., W., Coomb Bank, 

Sevenoaks 
*Stanhopc, Earl, Chevening, Sevenoaks 
Thompson, Esq., W. J. ,Ivippington,Sevenoaks 
Tipping, Esq.,W.,Brasted Park, Sevenoaks 
Warde, Lieut. -Colonel C. A. M., Squerryes 

Coui-t, Westerham, Edenbridge 
Wilson, Esq., A., Oak HiU, Sevenoaks 
Wreford, Esq., S. , Broughton House, Ot- 

ford, Sevenoaks 

Division. 

*Hardinge, Bart., Sir E. S., Bounds, South- 
borough, Tunbridge Wells 

Moriey, Esq., m.p., S., Hall Place, Leigh, 
Tunbridge 

Powell, Esq., C, Speldhurst, Tunbridge 
WeUs 

Rodger, Esq., E., Hadlow Castle, Hadlow, 
Tunbridge 

♦Salomons, Bart., Sir D. L., Broom Hill, 
Southboro', Tunbridge Wells {also Tun- 
bridge Wells Division) 

Streatfeild, Esq., A. C. C, The Bourne, 
Hadlow, Tunbridge 

♦StreatfeQd, Lieut.-Colonel H. D., Chid- 
dingstone, Edenbridge 

*Talbot, Esq., m.p., J. G., Falconhurst, 
Edenbridge 

Waldo, Esq., E. W. M.. Stonewall, Eden- 
bridge 



Tunbridge Wells Division. 



Abergavenny, Marquis, Eridge Castle, Tun- 
bridge Wells 

Alexander, Esq.. AY. D., Broom Hill Bank, 
Tunbridge Wells 

Browell, Esq., W. F., Claytons, Tunbridge 
Wells 

*Byng, Hon. J. M. 0., Great Culverden, 
Tunbridge Wells (a^50 Tunbridge Division) 

Curteis, Esq., F. W., Wissenden, Tunbridge 
Wells 

*Elers, Esq., W., Tunbridge Wells 

Fereday-Smith, Esq., G. S., Grovehurst, 
Tunbridge Wells 

Field, Esq., G. H., Ashhurst Park, Tun- 
bridge Wells {also Tunbridge Division) 



Green, Captain P., Bayham Abbey, Lam- 

berhurst, Hawkhurst 
Lewes, Earl of, Eridge Castle, Tunbridge 

Wells 
Lutwidge, Esq., C. R. F. , Calverley Park, 
Tunbridge AVells 
I Molyneux, Hon. F. G., Eaii's Court, Tun- 
I bridge Wells 

! Morland, Esq., C. W., The Court Lodge, 
I Lamberhurst, Hawkhurst 
; *Morland, Esq., W. C, Court Lodge, Lam- 
; berhiirst, Hawkhurst 
Musgrove, Bart., Sir J., Eusthall, Speld- 
hurst, Tunbridge Wells 
Eamsden, Esq., A.C., Stoneness, Ashhurst, 
Tunbridge Wells 

9 



130 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



♦Salomons, Bart., Sir D. L., Broom Hill, 

Southboro' , Tunbridgc Wells {also Tun- 
bridge Division) 
Shaw, Bait., (Sir J. C. K.,Kenwards, Pern- 
bury, Tunbridge 



[1882. 

Stirling, Bart., SirW. G., Burrswood, Tun- 
bridge Wells 

Stirling, Lieut. -Colonel W. Ct., Dover 
House, Whitehall, London, S.W. 

Wigg,Esq., J. S. , Estcourt, Tunbridge Wells 



Billington, Captain J. W., Kennington 
Ashford 

*Brabourne, Lord, Smooth, Ashford 

Burra, Esq., J. S., Kennington, Ashford 

Burra, Esq., W .P., Ashford 

Cameron, Esq., J. D., Hcnhurst, Wood- 
church, Ashf(3rd 

*Denne, Esq., E. A., TJnderhill, near 
Hythe {also Elham Division) 

«Doiing, Bart., Sir E. C, Surrendcn 
Doring, Ashford 

Daring, Esq., H. N., Surrenden Bering, 

Turley, Esq., R., Ashford [Ashford 

Groves, Esq., S. P., The Moat, Charmg, 
Ashford 

Hardy, Esq., C. S., Chilham Castle, Chil- 
ham, Canterbury 



Eastern Division 
Ashford Division 



Honywood, Bt., Sir J. W., Evington Place, 
Ashford 

*Hothfield, Lord, Hothfield Place, Ash- 
ford 

KnatchbuU, Bart., Sir W., Mersham Hatch, 
Ashford 

Knight, Esq., W. W., Bilting House, 
Ashford 

Murray, Esq., R. H., Godinton Park, 
Ashford 

Sayer, Esq., J., Pett Place, Charing 

Walker, Esq., H. B., The Gables, New 
Eomney, Folkestone 

Walker, Esq., W. D., Chairman of Division, 
Honeychild Manor, NcwRomney, Folke- 
stone 

Willats, Esq., W. H., Denton Court, 
1 Canterbury 

Elham Division. 



Brockman, Esq., F. D., Beechborough, 

Hythe 
Cripps, Esq., W. J., Farleigh House, 

Sandgate 
•'Decdes, Esq., W., Sandling Park, 

Hythe 
» Denne, Esq., E. A., TTnderhill, near Hythe 

{also Ashford Division) 
Du Boulav, Esq., J., AVest Lawn, Sandgate 
Hankey, Gen. H. A., Cliff House, Sandgate 
Kingsford, Esq., K., Littlebourne Lodge, 

Sandgate 
Kirkpatrick, Esq.,.T., Chairman of Division, 

TMonks Horton, Hythe 
*Londsdale, Esq., J. J., Sandgate, near 

Folkestone 



Croft, Bart., Sir J. F., Doddington, Sitting- 
bourne 

Dawes, Esq., E. S., Mount Ephraim, Hern- 
hill, Faversham 

De Laune, Esq., C. Do L. F., Sharstcd 
Court, Sitting-bourne 

Dyke, Esq., J. D., Glovers House, Sitting- 
bourne 

Gascoyne, Esq., W. W., The Lawn, Sit- 
tingliourne 

Hall.Esq., W. T. T., Sv-ndale, Faversham 

Harris, Lord, Belmont, Faversham 

Hi Iton, Esq . ,E. J ., PrestonHousc , Faversham 

Hilton, Esq., T., Sole Street, Faversham 
{also Home- Division) 

*Locke, Esq., F., Dane House, Hartlip, 
Sittingbourre 

Lushington, Esq., F. J. W., Norton Court, 
Faversham 



Mackeson, Esq., H. B., Hythe, Kent 
I Mackinnon, Esq., F.A., Acrise, Canterbury 
*Mackinnon, Esq., W. A., 4, Hyde Park 

Place, London, W. 
1 Murray, Esq., G. J., WoottonCourt, Woot- 

ton, Canterbury {also Wingham Division) 
*Pelham, Lord, Enbrook, Sandgate 
Tournay, Esq., W. T., Brockhill, Saltwood, 

Hvthe 
Watkin, Bart., M.r., SirE. W., Eose Hill, 

Northenden, Cheshire; G, Cleveland Eow, 

St. James', London, S.W. 
Watkin, Esq., A. M., Dunedin Lodge. 

Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone, and 6, 

Cleveland Eow, St. James's, S.W. 
Wildash, Esq., H. C, Luton House, Hythe 

Faversham Division. 



Moore, Rev. G. B., Chairman of Sitting- 
bourne Bench, Tunstall, Sittingbourne 

Pembertou, Esq., m.p., E. L., Torrj- Hill, 
Sittingbourne 

Pemborton, Esq., R. L., Torry Hill, Sit- 
tingbourne 

Eigden, Esq., W. E., Faversham 

Sondes, Earl, Lees Court, Faversham 

Spinks, Esq. (Serjeant-at-Law), F. L., 
Chairman of Faversham Bench, Brenley 
House, Faversham 

Twopeny, Esq., E., Woodstock Park, Sit- 
tingbourne 

Walter, Esq., W., Berengrave, Eainham, 
Sittinsybourne 

Wheler,^Esq., C. W., Otterden Place, near 
Faversham 



1882.] 



KENT. 



Some Division. 



131 



Austin, Esq., H. G., Canterbury 

Conyngham, Marquis. Bifrons, near Canter- 
bury 

Flint, Esq., F., Koper House, St. Duns- 
tan's, Canterbury 

Hilton, Esq., T., Chairman of Division, 
Sole Street, Faversham (^also Faversham 
Division) 

McQueen, Lieut. -General J., Tintoch. 
House, Barton Fields, Canterbury 

Mount-Charles, The Earl of, Bifrons, Can- 
terbury 

Jtamsffate 

Coghlan, k.c.b., Major-Gen. Sir W. M., 

Eamsgate 
Curling. Esq., H., Augusta Lodge, Eamsgate 
Curtis," Esq. , C. W,, 25, Clifton Gardens, 

Folkestone 
Friend, Esq., J. T., Northdown, near 

Margate 
Hammond, Esq., H. B., 5, Eoyal Crescent, 

Eamsgate 
Hannam, Esq., G.E., Bromston House, 

Eamsgate 
Johnson, Esq., J. "W. D., Sarre Court, 

Margate 
Johnstone, Esq., H. J. W., High View, St. 

Lawrence-on-Sea, Eamsgate 
luCVY, Esq., J. M., 103, Lancaster Gate, 

Hyde Park, W. 
Lev>% Esq., Jonas, Kingsgate Castle, Isle 

of Thanet • 1 

TFinffham 

Astley, Esq., m.d., E. F., Marine Parade, 

Dover 
Banks, Esq., E. E. E. G., Sholden House, 

Sholden, Deal 
Banks, Esq., W. J., Oxney Court, near 

Dover 
*Bell, Esq., M,, Bourne Park, Canter- 

biu-y 
*Boys, Esq., H, The Oaks, Upper Deal 
Bridges, Bart., Eev. Sir B. G., Goodnestone 

Park, Wingham 
*D'Aeth, Esq., K H., Knowlton Court, 

Wingham 
Dyson, Major E., Denne Hill, near 

Canterbury 
Finnis, Esq., S., Dover 
Fortescue, Esq., F., Dover 
Gillow, Esq., "W., Woodnesborough, Sand- 

Tvich 
Godfrey, Esq., I. F., Brook House, Ash- 

next-Sandwich 
■ *Haminond, Esq., W. 0., St. Alban's, 

Wingham 
Harvey, Esq., J. J., Statenborough House, 

Sandwich 
Henderson, Esq., J., Upton House, near 
Sandwich 



*Peckham, Esq., T. G., Hall Place, Harble- 
down, Canterbury 

Prescott, Esq., C. W., Stroui Park, Heme 

Thomson, Esq., E. E., Kenlield House^ 
Petham, Canterbury 

White, Esq., J. B., Street End Honse, Can- 
terbury 

Wright, Esq., J. W. Z., Barton Fields, 
Canterbury 



Division. 

Lock-Beveridge, Esq., J. E., Victoria 
Parade, Eamsgate {also Eochester Division) 

Measom, Esq., G. S., St. Margaret's, 
Twickenham, London, S. W., and Arklow 
House, Eamsgate 

*Montefiore, Bart., Sir M., East Cliffe, 
Eamsgate 

*Sicklemore, Esq., B., Southwood Villa, 
Eamsgate 

Warre, Esq., J. H., West Cliffe House, 
Eamsgate 

Weigall, Esq., H., Southwood, St. Lawrence, 
near Eamsgate 

Whitehead, Col. F. J. G., 2, Victoria Parade 

Wilkie, Esq., K. W., Ellington, Eamsgate 

Wyatt, Esq., E. H., The Maisonette, Broad- 
stairs, Eamsgate 



Division. 

Hilton, Esq., S. M., Bramling, Wingham 
Hughes, Esq., G., Upper Deal 
Humphreys, Esq., T., 11, Waterloo 

Crescent, Dover 
* James, Bart., Sir W. C, Betshanger, 

Sandwich 
*James, Esq., M.r., W. H., Updowu 

House, Ham, Sandwich 
Lawes, Esq., E. B., Old Park, Dover 
Leith, Esq., F., Liverpool House, Walmer 
Murray, Esq., G. J., Wootton Court, Woot- 

ton, Canterbury [also EUiam Division) 
Philips, Esq., F., Lee Prior}', Wingham 
Phipps, Esq., F., Eiver House, near Dover 
Plumptre, Esq., C. J., Fred\ille, Wingham 
Plumptre, Esq., J. B., Goodnestone 

Park, Wingham 
Eamsbottom, Esq., J. E. S., 1, Waterlo'i 

Crescent, Dover 
Eice, Eear-Admiial E. B., Dane Court, 

Sandwich 

Sladen, r.a.. Major J., 18, St. John's Park, 

I Blackheath, and Eipple Court, near 

I Dover _ 

1 Stevenson, Esq., G. E., 17, East Cliff, Dover 

Toomer, Esq., G. E., Beaumont Lodge, 

Folkestone Eoad, Dover 



132 



THE COUNTY C0MPANI02>". 



Non-Resident Magistrates. 



[1882. 



*Angerstein, Esq., W., 15, Stratton Street, 

Balgiiy, Esq., J. [Piccadilly 

Beattie, Esq., A., rarkfield, Kingston 
Hill, Surrey 

Bcn,Gapt.M. J., 13, ChandosPl.,Broadst'r3 

Chapman, Kev. C, Stolzenl'eldts, Torquay, 
Devon 

De la AVarr, Earl, Buckhurst, near Tun- 
bridge "Wells [Dorchester 

Denne^ Lieut.-Col. L. II., Syward Lodge, 

Dufton, Rev. J. 

Eardlcy-Wilmott, Bart., Sir J.E., Bromley 
Lodge, Bromley 

Field, Esq., J., 9, Wamford Court, E.G. 

Fisher, Esq., C. J., Wildcrwick, East 
Grinstead 

*aossett, Esq., A., West Park, Mortlake, 
Surrey 

Gosset, "Esq., F. E. j\I., Portslado House, 
Portslade, Sussex 

Hyde, Esq., F. G., Wilderton, Bourne- 
mouth, Hants 

Jervis, Major E. L., Army and Navy Club, 
Pall Mall, London, S.W. 

Longdcn, Esq., T. H. 

Lucas, S. L. L. 

*jMalcolm, Esq., J., 7, Great Stanhope 
Street, London 

Malcolm, Esq., J. W., 7, Great Stanhope 



Martin, Esq., S. N. 

Monson, Hon. D. J., Burlington Club, 

London [Canterbury 

*Oxenden, Bait., Sii' H. C, Broome, 
O.xenden, Esq., P. D. N. 
Papillon, Esq., T., Crowhurst, Battle, 

Sussex 
Perkins, Esq., G. 
Eiddell, Bart., Sir W. B., 32, Grosvcnor 

Place, S.W. 
Eobinson, Esq., J., Eokcby Villa, South 

Penge Park, Anerley 
Eider, Esq., T., Boughton Monchelsca, 

Maidstone 
Eycroft, Bart., Sir N., Kempshott Park, 

Basingstoke, Hants 
Sandilands, Esq., E. G., 12, Denmark Hill, 

Wimbledon 
Talbot, Capt. G. F., 122, Belgrave Eoad, 

London, S.W. 
Thomson, Esq., E. T., Broomford Manor, 

Jacolistow, Exbourne, Devon 
Toko, Esq., J. L., Heathcote, Cambridge 

Town, Surrey 
*Torrington, Viscount, 4, Warwick Square, 

London 
*Ward, Esq., A. W., Tunbridge Wells 
Wells, Esq., W., 22, Bruton Street, W. 
Young, Esq., G. A. 



Street, London 

Deputy Lieutenants not Magistrates. 



Leggo, Tho Hon. A. C, Gaynton, Shiffnal, 

Salop 
Monypenny,E3q., P., Hythe, Kent 
Oakden, Esq., E. 
Oppenhcim, Esq., H. M. W., Ghipstead 

Place, Sevenoaks 
Pott, A., Bentham Hill, Tunbridge Wells 
Euxton, J. H. H., Chief Constable, Broad 

Oak, Brenchley 



^Vngorstein, Esq., W. J., Nettlcship, Ashby 

St. Ledger, Eugby 
Carmichael, Bart., Sir J. E., 12, Sussex 

Place, Regent's Park, London 
Cowper, The Hon. F., Panshanger, Hertford 
Cowper, Earl, 4, St. James's Square, S.W. 
Denne, Esq., T., Hythe 
Bering, Esq., G. E. , Ashford 
Isacke, R. M., St. Peter's, Eamsgate 
Law, The Hon. H. S., Travellers' Club, j Temple-Harris, The Hon. R. T 

Pall Mall, London | 

Chief County Oaicials. 
Clerk of ike Feacc—F. Russell, Esq. (Maidstone, and 5, Paper Buildings, Temple 
E.G.) ; Counts/ Treasurer— Ij. D. Wigan, Esq. (:\Iaidstone) ; Clerk to the Lieiite?i(inci/— 
C. A. Case, Esq. (Jlaidstonc) ; Under Sherif—F. Scudamore, Esq. (Maidstone) ; Chief (Jon- 
xtahle—S.M. H. Euxton, Esq. (Maidstone); Oouiiti/ Slcr^wyor—F.^Y.'R,Mck, Esq. (Maid- 
stone) ; County Analyst— 11. A. Adams, Esq. (Maidstone) ; Coroners — E. A. Carttar, Esq. 
(Greenwich) ; J. Eogers, Esq. (Tunbridge) : T. T. Delasaux, Esq. (Canterbury) ; W. J. 
Harris, Esq. (Sittingboui-ne) ; G. Hinds, Esq. (Guuvlhurst). 

The Petty Sessional Divisions. 




Ashford • , 
Bearsted . , 

Blackheath 



119,493 
67,649 

20,705 



32,744 
20,917 

218,170 



Beale and Hoar, 
Maidstone 



Police Station, Ashford {every 

Tuesday) 
Session House, Maidstone 

{1st Monday, and when re 

(jnircd) 
"Green Man," Blackheath| J.Batchelor, Green 

(•2nd Tuesday in month and,\ wich 

■when required. I 



L. Creery, Ashford 



267 



1882.] 



133 





The 


Petty Sessional BiYisiona— continued. 




Divisions. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1871). 


Petty Sessions held at and on 


Clerks toMagistrates. 


Annual 
Salary. 


Bromley . . 


40,.S38 


32,184 


Bromley {every Monday, ex- 
cept 3rd) ; Cbisleburst {3rd 
Monday) 


R. Latter, Brom- 
ley 


£ 


Cranbrook 


77,331 


23,167 


Cranbrook {1st TMirsday in 
each month) 


J. A. PhUpott and 
A. R. Wood, 
Cranbrook 


17 


Dartford . . 


52,33-1 


42,344 


Co. Ho., Dartford {ev. Sat.), & 
Loc.Bd. H.,Eritb {last Wed.) 


J. C. Hay ward, 
Dartford 


550 


Elhain . . 


39.708 


14,037 


Hytbe {alternate Thursdays) 


G. WUks, Hytbe 


135 


Faversliam 


97,273 


52,110 


Guildhall, Faversham {1st 
Thursday) ; Police Court, 
Sittingboume {1st and 3rd 
Monday) 


TasseU and Son, 
Faversham 




Home 


52,889 


20,027 


Clerk's Office, Canterbury 
{every Saturday) 


Wightwick, Kings- 
ford, and Wight- 
wick, Canterbury 


250 


Mailing . . 


54,947 


26,975 


Court House, West Mailing 
{1st and 3rd Mondays) . 


H. Dudlow Wildes, 
West Mailing 




Ramsgate . . 


17,295 


9,43S 


Town Hall, Ramsgate {every 
Mondaij) 


G. Griggs, Rams- 
gate 


101 


Rochester 


67,805 


66,133 


Precinct, Rochester {every 
Tuesday and Friday). 
Police Station, Northfleet 
{Ath Wednesday), and see 
p. 470 

Police Court, Sevenoaks 


G. H. Knight, 
Rochester 


.505 


Sevenoaks 


40,774 


16,GS6 


W. F. Holcroft and 










{lastFndayS every FHday, 


E. N. Knocker, 










}or Crim. Just, cases) 


Sevenoaks 




Tunbridge 


62,085 


28,958 


Police Station, Tunbridge 

{even/ Tuesdaif) 


T. FuUer Walker, 
Tunbridge 




*Tunbridge Wells 


*12,361 


*12,165 


Tunbridge Wells {every Mon- 
day) 


Simpson & Stone, 
Tunbridge WeUs 


268 


Wingbam . . 


95,022 


22,880 


Wingham {1st Thursday), and 
Dover {3rd Thursday) 


Wightwick, Kings- 
ford, and Wight- 
wick, Canterbury 


183 



* This division includes the greater part of the town of Tunbridge AVells, which extends inio Sussex 
and has its own police force. The portion of the town in Susses is included in the Fraut Di%'ision of 
that county, and comprises 205 houses, with a population of 1,100. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities. 



Authorities. 


Character of 
Authority. 


Population 
(1881). 


Rateable 
value (18S1). 


Names of Clerks. 


Ashf ord 


1 
..' Local board 


9,693 


43,123 


F. H. HaUett 


Beckenham 


. . Local board 


13,011 


112,652 


Fred. Stevens 


Bexley 


. . Local board 


8,793 


44,478 


Sidnev Matthews 


Broadstairs and St.P 


eter's . Local board 


4,862 


31,146 


W\ S. Barwick 


Bromley 


. .' Local board 


15,153 


107,511 


Joshua BaUey 


Canterbury 


. . j Mimicipal borough 


21,701 


67,647 


R. W. FUnt 


Chatham . . 


. .[ Local board 


26,385 


85,812 


G. Winch 


Dartford . . 


. . Local board 


10,567 


30,120 


J. Ha%T\'ard 


Deal 


. . Municipal borough 


8,422 


23,963 


G. Mercer 


Dover 


. . Municipal borough 


23,486 


126,467 


E. W. N. Knocker 


Erith 


..' Local board 


9,723 


47,757 


F. Parish 


Faversham.. 


. . ] Impro%i;. comn. . . 


8,756 


31,211 


J. Tassell 


Folkestone.. 


. . Impro\-t. comn. .. 


18,717 


90,000 


W. G. S. HaiTison 


Gillingham 


. . Local board 


20,802 


47,355 


J. Basset 


Gravesend . . 


. . : Municipal borough 


23,375 


89,228 


G. E. Sharland 


Heme Bay . . 


. . Local board 


1,594 


11,214 


T. W. CoUard 



134 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 

Urban Sanitary Authorities — continued. 



[1882. 



Authorities, 



Hythe 

Maidstone . . 
Margate 
Milton-next-Sittingbi 
Northfleet ..• 

Ramsgate . . 
Eocliester . . 
Sandgate . . 
Sandwich . . 
Sevenoaks . . 
Sheerness . . 
Sittingbounie 
Southborougli 
Tentei'den . . 
Tunbridge . . 
Tunbridge WeUs 
Walmer 
Woolwich . . 
Wrotham . . 



Character of 
Authority. 



Municipal boroug 
Municipal boroug 
Municipal boroug 
Improvt. comn. . 
Local board 

Improvt. comn. . 
Municipal boroug 
Local board 
Municipal boroug 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Municipal boroug 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 
Local board 



Population 
(1881). 



4,069 
29,638 
15,889 

4,185 

8,577 

22,605 

21,590 
1,669 
2,846 
6,288 

13,941 
7,8S4 
3,870 
3,620 
9,340 

24,309 
4,309 

36,600 
3,296 



Rateable 
value (1881). 



14,000 
104,1.58 
78,000 
15,816 
45,186 

101,7.38 
75,113 
8,877 
9,37C 
34,138 
46,387 
24,540 
21,588 
18,921 
42,500 

178,076 
11,607 

110,.'S20 
22,353 



Names of Clerks. 



G. Wilks 

E. Hoar 

G. Foord-Kelcey 

W. Parham 

Sharland & Hatten, 
Gravesend 

W. A. Hubbard 

R. Prall 

L. T. D. Brockman 

T. L. Surrage 

G. V. CarneU 

V. H. Stallon 

W. J. Harris 

S. Warburton 

W. G. Mace 

J. Sneiling 

T. Lewis 

G. Mercer, Deal 

A. C. Read 

G. F. CarneU, Seven- 
oaks 



Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities. 







Popula- 


Rateable 










tion 


value 


Names of Chairmen. 


Names of Clerks. 


and Authorities. 


Acres. 


(1881). 

13,690 


(1881). 

£ 
105,242 






Ashford, East 


54,523 


W. Young 


C. J. Furlev 


Ashford, West 


42,487 


18,126 


116,272 


W. Maylam 


G. Langley 


Blean 


32,221 


18,855 


93,190 


John Collard 


J. Burch, Canter- 
bury 


Bridge 


41,394 


12,404 


84,395 


W. P. Sims 


A. Fielding, Can- 
terburv 


Bromley 


40,338 


48,924 


366,183 


Col. Sir J. F. Lennard, Bt. 


R. G. MuUen 


fCanterbury (City) 


3,121 


17,058 


67,220 


Thomas Cross 


H. Ladd 


Cranbrook . . 


41,436 


13,773 


70,019 


Arthur Oakes 


T. H. Crampton 


Dartford . . 


52,334 


53,428 


260,716 


f T. Dann (P.L.A.) ) 
1 J. G. Hepburn (R.S.A.) 


J. Hayward 


Dover 


29,152 


36,990 


178,714 


R. Rees 


G. J. Carter 


Eastry 


50,523 


27,994 


153,596 


John Robinson 


F. S. Cloke, Sand- 
wich 


Elham 


43,061 


33,684 


202,533 


John V. Bean 


R. Lonergan 
Hythe 


Faversham . . 


43,754 


24,974 


151,787 


W. E. Rigden 


A. Tassell 


fGravesend and 1 
Milton J 


1,256 


23,375 


90,339 


Geo. Sams . . , . \ 


W. J. King, 
Gravesend 


tGrt'cnwich 


3,426 


131,264 


523,498 


T. R. Huntley 


S. Saw 


Hollingbourne 


57,625 


14,040 


91,819 


James T. Hatch . , 


Geo. Hum, Maid- 
stone 


Hoo 


19,859 


3,397 


29,129 


H.Pye 


R. P. Smyth, 
Strood 


Lewisham . . , , 


11,436 


73,314 


547,159 


M. W. Adams 


H. C. Mott 


Maidstone . . 


38,678 


45,105 


228,337 


S.Walter 


E. Hoar 


Mailing 


47,410 


26,002 


127,180 


E.Wood ■ 


H. D. Wildes 


Medway 


12,080 


61,676 


197,129 


Adam Stigand 


G. Buchanan, 
Chatham 


Milton 


31,915 


23,265 


139,403 


Capt. R. Knight . . 


W. J. Harris, Sit- 
tiugbourne 


North Aylcsford . . 


37,488 


27,193 


177,086 


T. H. Baker . . . . 


A. A. Arnold, Ro- 
chester 


Romney Marsh 


44,870 


5,960 


83,470 


Benjamin Wood 


J. Humphery 


Sevenoaks . . 


67,293 


27,199 


139,498 


S. Wreford 


G. F. CarneU 



t Poor-Law Unions only —not Rural Sanitary Authorities. 



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Poor-Law (and Rural Sanitary) Authorities— continued. 



135 



Unions 
and Authorities. 


Area. 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion 
(1881). 


Rateable 
value 
(1881). 


Names of Chairmen. 


Names of Clerks. 


Sheppey . . 


22,453 


18,185 


£ 
87,119 


Josiah HaU. , . 


.. 


.. 


J. Copland, Sheer 


Tenterden . . 


38,028 


6,841 


54,737 


Capt. Pattenson 


.. 




ness 
W. G. Mace 


Thauet, Isle of . . 


25,083 


50,022 


275,467 


f John Kennett (P.L.A.) ) 
t Wm. J. Bartlett (R.S.A.) j 


H. G. HoUoway, 
Ramsgate 


Tunbridge . . 


46,659 


51,-532 


342,541 


Benjn. Buss 




. . 


F. W. Stone, Tun- 














bridge Wells 


Woolwich . . 


6,500 80,782 | 220,000 


Col. Travers 


.. 




E. B. Sargent 


School Boards. 










Popula- 


« 




Boards. 


Unions of 


tion 


9 


Names of Clerks. 






(1881.) 




Canterbury 


Municipal borough 


21,701 


J. J. Lancaster 


(h) Gravesend (U.J).) 


jj 


21,446 


9 


G. C. Hammond 


Maidstone 


jj 


29,638 


9 


T. W. Menpes 


(h) Margate (U.D.) 


jj 


18,085 


7 


W. FoordKelcey 


Rochester 


jj 


20,812 


9 


R. PraU 


{}>) Sandwich (U.D.) 


,, 


3,095 


5 


F. S. Cloke 


Acrise and Paddlesworth (U.D.) 


Elham . . 


269 


9 


C. Woollett 


Ashford 


West Ashford 


9,693 


7 


J. Eraser 


Beckenlicim . . . , , , 


Bromley . . 
Maidstone 


13,011 
1,082 


7 
5 


R. G. Mullen 


Boughton Monclielsea 


F. J. C. May 


Brenchley 


Tollbridge 
Mailing . . 
Tunbridge 


1,172 

1,109 


*5 
5 




Burham 


S. Wagon 


(h) Capel (U.D.) 


W. Wickham 


Cliartham 


Bridge 


1,251 


5 


F. S. Cloke 


(b) Darenth 


Dartford . , 


670 


5 


E. N. Haines 


Dartford 


Dartford . . 
Faversham 


8,298 
1,138 


7 
5 


Josejjh Rickett 


(6) Doddington (U.D.) 


Sir J. F. Croft, Bart. 










{Chairman} 


(b) East Farleigli 


Maidstone 


1,687 


5 


J. W. Springett 


Eastling 


Faversham 


481 


5 


A. Tassell 


East Peckliam 


Mailing . . 


2,312 


5 


B. Norton 


Erith 


Dartford . . 


9,584 


7 


H. W. Smith 


Farnborough . . 


Bromley . . 


1,1W 


5 


I. Laslett 


(?;) Folkestone (U.D.) 


Elham . . 


424 


5 


C. Woollett 


(h) Fordwich . . 


Bridge 


224 


5 


A. Fielding 


Frindsbury 


North Aylesford . . 


2,045 


5 


A. A. Arnold 


Graveney (U.D.) 


Faversham 


302 


5 


A. Tassell 


(b) Guston 


Dover 


728 


5 


W. Robinson 


Hackington or St. Stephen . . 


Blean 


665 


5 


Rev. W. D. Springett 


Hadlow. . 


Tollbridge 




5 


B. Norton 


(ft) HaUing 


North Aylesford . . 


1,273 


5 


R. T. Moore 


Headcorn 


Hollingbourne 


1,428 


5 


T. W. Burden 


(a) Korue 


Blean 


2,500 


7 


T. W. CoUard 


(&) HolUngbourne 


Hollingboui-ne . . 


1,176 


5 


J. S. Roper 


{h) Hoo St. Werburgh 


Hoo 


3,394 


5 


A. A. Arnold 


Ightham 


Mailing . . 


1,150 


5 


J. B. Nmin 


Lenham 


HoUiiigbourne 
Faversham 


2,042 

1,284 


5 
5 


F. Day 

A. TasseU 


Linstead 


(b) Lower Halstow 


Milton 


508 


5 


Jas. Bassett 


(a) Lydd 


Romney Marsh . . 


1,936 


5 


H. Stringer 


(6) Mereworth (U.D.) 


Mailing . . 


970 


5 


B. Norton 


Mersham 


East Ashford 


722 


5 


C. J. Furley 


Milton-next-Sittingboume . . 


Milton 


4,4G3 


5 


W. J. Harris 


(b) Minster-in-Sheppey 


Sheppey . . 


15,659 


9 


A. S. Baskett 


(b) Mottingham 


Lewishiim 


475 


5 


Alf. Beavis 


(b) Offham 


Malhng . . 


448 


5 


B. Norton 


(b) Orlestone (U.D.) 


East Ashford 


1,107 


7 


H. Hamilton 


(b) Orpington 


.. 




B 


i-omley . . 




3,050 


5 


R. C 


r. MuUen 



136 



THE COUMTV COMPANION'. 
School Boards — continued. 



[18S2. 







Popula- 






Boards. 


Unions of 


tion 




Names of Clerks 






(IbSl). 




Pembury ' 


Tonbridge 


1,409 


5 


F. W. Stone 


(h) Preston (U.D.) 


Favorsham 


3,072 


7 


A. TasseU 


Queenborou!,'li 


Sbcppey . . 


987 


5 


W. J. Harris 


Kipple (U.D.) 


Eastry 


348 


5 


F. S. Cloke 


River, near Dover 


Dover 


551 


5 


W. Eobiuson 


{b) Sellinge 


Elham . . 


643 


5 


R. Lonergari 


Sevenoaks . . . . . . , . 


Sevenoaks 


8,028 


7 


J. B. Nunn 


Smardeu 


West A>sbford 


1,168 


5 


Ct. Langley 


(a) Smeeth 


EastAshford 


524 


5 


Rev. C. H. Robertson, 
(Chairman) 


Stalisfield 


Faversbam 


3.31 


5 


G. Langley 


Staplcburst 


Maidstone 


1,749 


5 


T. Reeves 


Stoke (U.D.) 


Hoo 


873 


5 


W. W. Hayward 


(h) Waltham 


Bridge 


535 


5 


T. KingsmiU 


{h) Wbitstable and Rea Salter (U.D.) 


Blean 


6,260 


7 


T. G. Browning 


Willesborough 


EastAsbford 


2,G76 


9 


C. J. Furley 


Wilmington 


Dartford .. 


1,388 


5 


C. R. Eowlatt, M.A. 


Worth or Wood 


Eastrv 


481 


5 


R. J. Eniraer,-on 


(/>) Wye (U.D.) 


EastAsbford 


1,079 


5 


C. J. Furlfv 



The Militia Force. 

The Kent Militia Force comprises one brigade of Artillery. Maximum strength of estab- 
lishment, 620 of all ranks. Headquarters, Dover. Colonel, Earl Sydney, G.C.B. ; Lieut. -Colonel, 
W. G. Stii-ling ; Adjutant, Captain G. Firebrace. Also the 3rd and 4th Battalions of the Buti's 
(East Kent), and the 3rd and 4th Battalions of the Queen's Own (Royal West Kent) Territorial 
Regiments (late 3rd Foot, and 50th and 97tb Foot). Regimental Districts, Nos. 3 & 5. Head- 
quarters, East Kent (both battalions), Canterbury. Hon. Colonel, Lieut.-General G. W. P. 
Bingham, c.b. ; Lieut. -Colonel Com., H. T. Howell ; Adjutant, Capt. W. E. R. KeUy ; Head- 
quarters, West Kent (both battalions), Maidstone. Hon. Colonel, Viscount Torrington ; Lieut. - 
Col. Com., M. D. Treheme, Esq. ; Adjutant, Major C. M. Churchill. 

The Volunteer Force. 

The Kent Volunteer Force comprises two corps of Yeomanry Cavah-y — East Kent and West 
Kent. Maximum strength of East Kent establishment, 320 of all ranks. Headquarters, Can- 
terbury. Hon. Colonel, Marquis Conyngham ; Lieut. -Colonel, Earl of Guildford ; Adjutant, 
Captain M. C. S. Tynte. Maximum strength of West Kent establishment, 246 of aU ranks. 
Headquarters, Maidstone. Hon. Colonel, Marquis of Abergavenny; Lieut. -Colonel, F. D. 
Maclean ; Adjutant, Captain C. E. Ward. One admuiistrative brigade of Artillery, and four 
administrative battalions of Rifles. The maximum strength of the Force (exclusive of Yeomanry) 
is 6,426 of all ranks. 

THE CINQUE PORTS. 

In the time of the Emperor Diocletian, the Romans placed that part of the British coast nearest 
the Continent under an officer called the " Count of the Sea Coast," whose duty it was to protect 
it from invasion. In imitation of this, Edward the Confessor constituted the five ports of Dover, 
Hastings, Hytbe, Romney and Sandwich, a body corporate, under the government of a portreeve 
or warden, who also held the office of Constable of Dover Castle, and they afterwards became 
designated as " The Cinque Ports ; " to these were added in early times the ancient towns of 
WinchUsea and Rye, to which all the pri^oleges of the Cmque Ports were given. They had a 
peouUar jiu'isdiction, separate from that of the county, and were obhged to fui-nish shijjs and forces 
in war time, l)ut, m return, were exempted from pecuniary subsidies and had other immunities, one of 
which was that they could not be sued in any but their own towns ; the warden was also permiited 
to rank as an admiral. WOliam the Conqueror, however, first gave the Cinque Ports an inde- 
pendent jurisdiction; by him they were created into a palatmate, with a lord warden, who was 
invested \vith civil and military authority, the chief seat of his administration being Dover Castle. 
Each of the five ports had its own coi-poration of twelve jurats, from whom the mayor and bailiff 
were chosen. Formerly there were several courts exercising a general jurisdiction over the ports, and 
then- members, extending from Bu'chington, near Margate, to Seaford, in Sussex, that of Sbepway 
being the supreme court. The lord warden was the president, the other members being the several 
mayors and baUiifs, and a certain number of jurats from each town. The Court of Brotherhood 
and the Court of Guestling were in some respects to be compared with the Imperial Parliament, 
and it is believed they were the models on which the latter was originally estabhsbed. The Court 
of Lodemnnage licensed and regulated the pUots. These courts are now only mere forms. In the 



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137 



6tli year of bis reign, Edward I. gave the oldest charter now on record ; it is 99 years older than 
the first charter of the City of London. It states that the kriig had seen the charter granted by 
his predecessors, WOham I. and Edward, the Confessor. In the 18th year of the reign of the 
same monarch, each of the ports returned two "barons" or members to Parhament. Charles II. 
gave the Cinque Ports theu- last charter in the 20th year of his reign. UutU the revolution of 1688 
the lord warden exercised the right of nominating one, and sometimes both the members of 
Parhament for each port ; a special Act abolished this privilege in 1689. The Parhamentary 
Reform Act of 1832 and the Municipal Act of 1835 broke up to a great extent the pecuhar pohtical 
and municipal organization of the Cinque Ports, and their local government has been assimilated 
to other towns. 

LIST OF PORTS, &c., WITH THEIR CORPORATE AND NON-CORPORATE MEJIBERS 
(In the order in which they appear in the Charter of Charles II.) 



DOVER (Cinque Port) 

Folkestone (crprate. member) 
Faversham (corporate mem- 
ber) 

Margate (corporate member) 

St. John (parish) 

Gore's End (extinct vUlage) 

Birchington (jiarish) 

Woodchurch (parish) 

St- Peter's (parish) 

Kingsdown (hamlet) ) 

Ringwould (parish) J 

Total for Port 

SANDWICH (CiNQTJE Port) . . 
Fordwich (corporate member) 
Deal (corporate member) .... 

Walmer (parish) 

Eainsgate (parish) 

Stonar (extinct member) .... 

San-e (village) 

Brightlingsea (parish) 

Total for Port 

NEW ROilNEY (Cixque Pt.) 
Lydd (corporate member) . . 
Dengemarsh (extinct district) 
Orwelstone (extinct borough) 



Total for Port 



Area 

in 
Acres. 


Popula- 
tion in 
1S81. 


1,262 
2,578 


28,486 
18,717 


551 

384 
4,188 


8,756 

15,889 

1,908 


2,070 
1,476 
3,312 


1,187 

263 

3,847 


1,710 


890 


17,531 

675 

459 

1,124 

1,019 

355 




2,S4G 

240 

8,422 

4,809 

22,605 


653 
3,560 


162 
3,075 


7,845 




4,844 
11,060 


1,372 
1,936 


15,904 





HASTINGS rCiNQUE Poet) . . 

Pevensey (coi-porate mem- 
ber) 

Seaford (corporate member) 

Petit Hiam (Uberty of Has- 
tmgs) 

Hydney (extinct town) 

Beaksbom-ne (parish) 

Grange (hamlet) 

Liberty of Sluice (in Bexhill) 

Total for Port 

HYTHE (Cinque Port) 



RYE (Ancient Town and 

Liberty) 

Tenterden (corporate mem- 
ber) 



Total for Town, &c. 



■\^T:NCHILSEA (Ancient 

Town and Liberty) .... 



Grand Total 



Area 1 Popula- 
tion in 
Acres. 1881. 



1,636 

11,188 
2,235 

50 

1,115 
256 
890 



17,370 



1,744 



.256 

,377 
,357 



374 

187 
107 



968 
8,948 



4,060 



4,220 
3,620 



9,916 



7,840 



4,748 I 1,115 



75,058 



Lord V\^arden of the Oinque Ports and Constable and Governor of Dover Castle. 
The Right Hon. Earl GRANv^LLE, K.G. 

Captain of Deal Castle. 

The Right Hon. Earl Sydney, e.g. 

Judge of the Court of Admiralty of the Cinque Ports. 

Arthur Cohen, Esq., q.c, m.p., 2, Paper Buildings, Temijle, E.C. 

Begistrar. Surrogate. Solicitor. 

W. Enocker, Esq. (Dover). J. Stilwell, Esq. (Dover). H. Stringer, Esq. (New Romney). 

MAGISTRATES OF THE CINQUE PORTS. 
[By the 1st sec. of 51 Geo. III., cap. 36, the magistrates of the Cinque Ports (who are appointed 
by the Lord Warden) are empowered to act in such of the liberties of the Cinque Ports as have not 
separate Commissions of the Peace. They now exercise their functions in the parishes of Ring- 
would (including the hamlet of Kingsdown) and Walmer and the town and parish of Ramsgate. 
They meet daily at the Town Hall, Ramsgate] 



Banks, Esq., E. R. R., Sholden House, Deal 
Betts Esq., Jun., W., Dover 
Blackburn, Esq., T., Union Crescent, Margate 
Browi, Esq., E., Deal 



Coleman, Esq., G., Sandwich 
Crawford, Esq., J., Margate 
Curtis, Esq., C. W., Cliiie House, Ramsgate 
Dashwood, Esq., A. W. 



138 THE COUNTY COMPANION. [1882. 

Da-vey, Esq., E. Staines 
Dicey, Esq., W. 
Douglas, R.N., Capt. J., Deal 
Friend, Esq., J. T., Northdown, Margate 
Gaunt, Esq., J. 
GrevUle, Baron 

Hammond, Esq., H. B., Ramsgate 
Hannam, Esq., G. E., St. Peter's, Eamsgate 
Hatfield, Capt. C. T., Margate 
Hodgson, Esq., J., Maidstone 
Hughes, Esq., G., Upper Deal 
Hulke, Esq., F. T., Deal 

James, m.p., Capt. W. H., Updown House, Ham 
Johnson, Esq., J. W., Sarre Court, Margate 
Johnstone, Esq., Hy. Jas. W., St. Lawrence-on- 
sea, Eamsgate 
Leith, Esq., F., Lower Walmer, Deal 

Levy,Esq.,J.M.,103,LancasterGate,Hyde Pk.W. I Wilkie, Esq., K. W., Ellington House,Eamsgate 
Levy, Esq., Jonas, Kiugsgate Castle, Eamsgate | Wyatt, Esq., R. H., Maisonette, Broadstairs 

THE CINQUE PORTS VOLUNTEER FOECE. 
The Force consists of one administrative brigade of Ai'tiUery, and one administrative battalion 
of Eifles. Maximum strength of Force, 1,769 of all ranks ; total number enrolled (in 1881 
1,231, of whom 1,114 were efficients. 



Lush, Esq., J. E. 

Measom, Esq., G. S., St. Margaret's, Twicken- 
ham, S.W., and Eamsgate 

Monins, Esq., J. H., Eingwould 

Monteflore, Bart., Sir- M., East Cliffe Lodge, 
Eamsgate 

Montresor, Capt. F. B., 38, Gloucester Square.W. 

Page, Esq., H., Deal 

Sanctuary, b.n., Capt. W. M. 

Sicklemore, Esq., Geo. W. 

Swinford, Capt. F. T. 

Thornton, Esq., W. H., Berkeley Lodge, 
Margate 

Webster, Esq., J. 

Weigall, Esq., H. 

Whitehead, Lieut.-Col. F. J. G., 2, Victoria 
Parade, Eamsgate 



COUNTY OF LANCASTER. 

A MARITIME comity, situated on the western coast, bounded on the north, by the counties 
of Cumberland and Westmoreland, on the east by that of York, on the south by that of 
Chester, and on the Avest by the Irish Sea. Length, 75 miles ; breadth, 43 miles ; circum- 
ference, 295 miles ; square miles, 1,905. The rivers are — the Mersey, Eibble, Wjtc, 
Lune, Leven, Irwell, Douglas, Crake, and Dudden. There are also the Leeds, Lancaster, 
and other canals, and more than 4,200 miles of roads. A complete network of railways 
(principally the Lancashire and Yorkshire, London and North Western, Manchester, 
Sheffield and Lincolnshire, Midland, and Great Western systems), and several important 
canals, afford extensive means of conveyance to all parts of the kingdom. The highest 
summits hero arc the " Old Man," in Coniston Fells, 2,577 feet above sea-level, and another 
close by of the same height. The other principal elevations, in the main parts of the 
county, are Pendle Hill, 1,803 feet; Bleasdale Moor, 1,709 feet; Boulworth Hill, 
1,689 feet; and Eivington Moor, 1,545 feet above sea-level. The peat mosses 
or bogs of Lancashire form one of its most remarkable physical features. The 
most extensive of these are — Chat Moss, 7 miles west of Manchester, about 5 miles long, 
and 3 miles broad; AYhite Moss, Rainford and Kirby Moss, Halsall and Rufford Mosses. 
The surfiice of C!hat Moss is composed of a long, coarse, sedgy grass and heath, beneath 
which there is a depth, in some places, of 34 feet of morass. But when drained, these 
soils have been found to rest, like the Irish bogs, on beds of rich marl. The climate is 
temperate, but, in general, extremely hmnid, especially on the western side. A great 
part of the county, especially east of the Lancaster and Preston Eailway, is chiefly under 
grass, and let as dairy farms. The soil varies considerably, but, with the exception per- 
haps of the Fylde, which is comparatively rich, cannot be called naturally fertile. The 
principal crops are oats, wheat, barley, turnips, and especially potatoes, for the cultivation 
of which Lancashire was early noted. A large quantity of cheese also is made in the 
south and west parts ; but this shire owes its celebrity, wealth, and population to its 
manufactures and commerce, and not to agriculture. Lancashire is a coimty palatine, in 
the northern circuit, the assizes being held at Lancaster, Livei-pool and Manchester. It com- 
prises the diocese of Liverpool and parts of the dioceses of Manchester, Chester, Carlisle, and 
Eipon, in the province of York. The county, for Parliamentary purposes, is in four di\'isions, 
north, north-east, south-east, and south-west, and returns two members for each. The 
borough representation is as follows : — Liverpool and Manchester, three members each ; 
Blackburn, Bolton, Oldham, Preston. Salford, and AVigan, two members each ; Burnley, 
Bury, Clitheroe, Rochdale, and Warrington, one member each. The shire has 6 hundreds, 
455 civil parishes, besides parts of others, 21 poor-law unions, 3 poor-law parishes 
(Liverpool, Jlanchoster, and Toxteth Park), 27 registry districts, 25 municipal boroughs 
[Accrington,* Ashton-iuider-Lyne,* Barrow-in-Fumess,'* Blackburn,* Blackpool, *Bolton,* 
Bootlc-cum-Linacre,* Bolton,* Burnley,* Bury,* Chorley,* Clitheroe,* Heywood,* 
Lancaster,* Liverpool (city),* Manchester (city),* Oldham,* Over Darwen,* 

* Fz(fe ''Municipal Corporations Companion," <S;c. Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



1882.] XANCASTEE. 139 

Preston,* Eochdale * St. Helen's,* Salford,* Southport,* Wigan* and Warrington*], 
131 tu'ban sanitary authorities, 2.5 rural sanitary authorities, and 37 turnpike trusts. 
It also has one court of quarter sessions, and is divided into 20 police divisions 
(the petty sessional divisions have undergone considerable change since the census of 
1871), and 16 lieutenancy sub-di-\asions. The boroughs of Bolton, Liverpool (city), Man- 
chester (city), and "Wigan have commissions of the peace and separate courts of quarter 
sessions ; the boroughs of Accrington, Ashton-under-Ljme, Blackburn, Bootle-cum-Linacre, 
Burnley. Bury, Clitheroe, Lancaster, Oldham, Over Darwen, Preston, Eochdale, Salford^ 
Southport and Warrington have commissions of the peace only. The boroughs of 
Accrington, Ashton-under-Ljme, Barrow-in-Furness, Blackburn, Bolton, Lancaster, Liver- 
pool (city), Manchester (city), Oldham, Preston, Eochdale, Salford, Southport, Warrington, 
and Wigan have their own police. 

Geological Notes. — The whole of the western coast of Lancashire, from Liverpool to 
Lancaster, is covered by post-tertiary accumulations of clays, silts, sands, gi-avels, marls, and 
peat-moss. New red sandstone occupies the valley of the Mersey in South Lancashire, and 
also a considerable portion of the western side of the county, as far north as the River Lune. 
The coal measui-es which fc rm the South Lancashire coal field crop out from under the new 
red sandstone. Xorth of the river Lune the county is chiefly occupied by the mountain 
limestone. Near Kirkby Lonsdale the old red sandstone rises to the surface. The millstone 
grit and silurian slate rocks form the heights wliich skirt the eastern side of this county. 

Historical Xotcs. — The name of this county is a contraction of Lancaster-shire. The 
Britons, under King ^-Vrthur, fought several battles with the Saxons on the banks of the river 
Douglas, but from the year 559 until the fourteenth century there is no remarkable fact 
recorded relative to this shire. In 1323 it suflered from an invasion of the Scots, and in 
1363 it was erected into a palatinate by Edward III., in favoui- of his fourth son, John of 
Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. In the reign of Henry VII. the impostor Lambert Simnel, 
with a body of Irish pai-tisans and 2,000 Germans, landed at the Pile of Poundrey, in 
Morecambe Bay ; and in Henry VIII. 's reign, when the " Pilgrims of Grace," as the rebels 
of the north were called, were making theu- way southward, the malcontents of Lancashire 
took up arms, but were speedily subdued. During the great civil war in the reign of 
Charles I., no county was more frequently the scene of action than this. Charles, with 
his Scotch forces, marched through this shire in 1651, on his route to Worcester (in this 
year Lancashire suffered much from pestilence). AVilliam III., on his way to Ireland, 
passed tlirough and embarked at Liverpool, June 14, 1690. In 1715 the Pretender 
entered this coimty, but surrendered to the King's forces; and in 1745 the Young Pre- 
tender was joined here by small numbers of Lancashire men. 

Trade, Manufactures, ^-c. — Lancashire is the chief seat of the cotton manufacture, 
which has increased since 1770 with a rapidity altogether unparalleled in the history of 
industry'. There are nearly 400 coal mines under inspection in this county, and a 
thii'd part of the soap used in Great Britain is manufactured in Liverpool and its ^-icinity. 

Electoral, Financial, and General Statistics. — Area of county, 1,207,926 acres; number 
of houses (1881) : inhabited, 655,496 ; ditto, uninhabited, 67,425; ditto, building, 5,768 ; 
population (1881): males, 1,667,979; females, 1,786,246; total, 3,454,225; average number 
of persons to an acre, ; ditto acres to a person, ; number of parliamentary' electors 

in 1881 (excluding boroughs) — northern di^-ision, 17,621; north-eastern division, 12,964; 
south-eastern di^-ision, 26,841 ; south-western division, 27,181 ; valuation for county 
assessment (March 25th, 1881), £15,617,726 ; for poUce assessment, £7,454,116; received 
for year by county rate (Iffd.), £121,323; by police rate (2|d.), £72,372; total receipts, 
£454,464 ;" total expenditure, £460,328 : amount of loans outstanding (March 25th, 1881), 
£343,310. 

Police and Criminal Statistics. — The county force comprised (September 29th, 1881) 
1 chief constable (Lieut-Col. H. M. Moorson)' at £800 yearly ; 1 assistant chief con- 
table (Captain C. G. Alison, Preston), at £400 yearly;' 1 chief clerk at £240 yearly; 
22 superintendents (for names, see Police Bivision tabic), from £200 to £160 yearly; 
31 inspectors, from £115. lis. 8d. to £106. 9s. yearly: 176 sergeants, from 35s. 7d. to 
32s. Id. weekly; and 956 constables, in five classes, from 30s. lid. to 2os. 8d. weekly; total 
of aU ranks, 1,188 (exclusive of 28 constables paid for by private firms, persons, &c.). The 
cost of the force in the previous year was £147,730; the proportion paid by the Government 
was £52,500. The area of the district is 1,152,088 acres. For 2,662 indictable offences 
reported, 1,028 persons were apprehended, and 876 committed for trial ; for offences deter- 
mined summarily, 45,049 persons were proceeded against, and 39,846 convicted, 16,661 
persons and 15,986 convictions respectively being classed tinder charges of drunkenness. 
There are 2,877 public-houses, 4,653 beer-houses, and 292 refreshment-houses within the 
district controlled by the force. 

* Vide " Municipal Corporations Companion," kc. 'Waterlow & Sons Limited. 



140 THE COUNTY COMPANION, [1882. 

AffriciiUurnl Statistics (year cndine: June, 1881).— Total acreage under crops, bare 
fallow, and grass, 787,7ci2, viz.: corn, 100,651; green crops, 59,971 ; clorer, grasses, &c., 
63,387; permanent pasture, &c., 560,143; bare fallow, &c., 2,573. Tbe total number of 
horses was 38,484; cattle, 222,988 ; sheep, 284,317 ; and pigs, 37,700. 

Principal Markets, Fairs, %c. — Accrinffton. : Daily. Ashton-imdcr-Lyne : Saturdays — 
great market every second Thursday, March 23, April 29, July 25, 26, 27, November 
21, 22, 23 (cattle, stock and general). £arrow-iii-Furncss : Wednesdays and Saturdays. 
Blaclhi<rn : Wednesdays and Saturdays — great markets, alternate Wednesdays, from the 
Wednesday before February 2 to Michaelmas; Easter Monday and Tuesday,'May 11, 12, 
October 17 (stock, podlery, &c.). Blackpool: Daily in summer; Saturdays in winter. 
Bolton : Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays — cattle market alternate Mondays; January 4, 
5, July 30, 31, October 13, 14, 19 (cattle, horses, cheese, and hiring). Bootlc: Daily 
(general). Burnlcij : Mondays and Saturdays— March 6, Easter Eve, May 6 and 13, July 

10, 11, 12, October 11, third Thursday in October. Btiry : Saturdays— March 5, May 3, 
September 18. Chorlcy : Tuesdays and Saturdays — March 26, May 5, August 20, (October 
21 (cattle). CUtJicroe : Mondays— great markets fortnightly— March 24, 25, August 1, 2, 
Thursday and Friday before the fourth Saturday after September 29, December 7, 8. Gar- 
stanrj : Thursdays— July 10 (cattle); July 11 (wool); November 22 (cattle). Lancaster: 
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Friday and Saturday before the first Sunday in the New 
Year, May 1, July 5, October 10, May 2, October 11, May 3, July 7, October 12 ; July 6, 
August 12, 13, 14 (general). Liverpool: Mondays, Wednesdays and Satui-days — horse 
market every alternate Wednesday, beginning March 12; July '25, November 11 (horses 
and cattle). Leigh: Saturdays— April 24, December 7 (cattle). Manchester: Tuesdays, 
Thursdays, and Saturdays. Middlcton : Fridays— August 24 and four following days. 
Oldham : Satui'days— Thiu'sday after February 14, May'2, July 8, Wednesday after October 

11. Prescot : Tuesdays and Satui'days — Shrove Tuesday and' fortnightly to May, Novem- 
ber 6. Preston : Wednesday^, Fridays, and Saturdays- — Monday following first Sunday 
after Epiphany, lasting through the' first whole week in the year, March 27, August 25', 
November 7; March 28, August 26, November 8, March 29, 30, 31. August 27 and seven 
following days, November 9 and four days after; April 1 to 10, September 4 to 13, and 
November 14 to 23 ; last Wednesday in March, June, August, and November (general 
fairs). — liochdale : Mondays and Saturdays — great markets, first and alternate Mondays in 
each month, first Monday after Twelfth-day; May 14, Whit-Tuesday, June 4, Novem- 
ber 7 (cattle, horses, and pedlery). St. Helen'' s : iiaiuxAays. Salford : Tue^AaryB. Sonth- 
port : Daily. Todmordcn : Saturdays— first Thursday in each month, April 'l8 (cattle). 
Ulverstone : Thursdays and Saturdays — January 1 (cattle). Warrington: Wednesdays — 
great market, alternate AVednesdays ; July 18" and November 30 (9 days each). West- 
houghton : Satuixlays— May 2, October 12 ("Cattle). Wigan : jMondays and Fridays— Holy 
Thursday, and the day before and after; June 27 (Scholes) ; October 21, 29, 30 (cattle, 
hardware, &c.). 

Newspa2)ers. — Accrington Guardian. Saturday, Id. L. 1879. E. Bowker, Accrington. — 
Accrington Times. Saturday, Ud. L. 1866. J. Heap, AccringtoTX.— Accrington Gazette. 
Saturday, Id. C. 1881. Eedinan & Whittaker, Accrington.— yi//i«wceiVc2fs. Saturday, 
Id. N. 1854. Pope & AVhitworth, Manchester. — Ashton Evening Bciiortcr. Daily except 
Saturday, ^d. L. 1876. Hobson & Andrew, Ashton-under-Lyne. — Ashton Reporter. Satur- 
day, IM. L. 1855. Hobson& Andrew, Ashton-under-Ljnie. — Ashton Standard. Satur- 
day, l|d. C. 1858. Tetlow & Stubbs, Ashton-under-Lyne. — Athletic News. Wednesday. 
2d. 1875. E. Hulton & Co., Manchester.— i?«r?/j(7 News. Saturday, Id. 0. 186'2; 
B. H. Cornish, Bacup.—iJf/afju. Twwf*. Saturday, Id. L. 1865. T. Leach & Son, Bacup. 
— Barrow Herald. Tuesday and Saturday, Id. ' L. 1863. Carruthers Bros., Barrow-in- 
Fui-ness.— 5rt?T0tf» News. Tuesday and' Saturday, Id. I. 1881. S. S. Lord, Barrow- 
in-Furness. — Barrow Vulcan. Tuesday, Id. C. "l874. Furness Conservative Newspaper 
Company, Barrow-in-Fumess. — Barroiv Times. Satui-day, Id. L. 1866. Barrow 
Printing and Publishing Company, ]:!arrow-in-Furness. — Blackburn Standard. Saturday, 
Id. C. 1832. H. Davies & Co., V,la.Qk\)Vivn.— Blackburn Times. Saturday, Id. L. 
1854. J. (t. & J. Toulmin, Blackburn. — Blackley Guardian. Saturday, Id. N. 1873. 
Gr.1\rcicm.,Wi^ck\Gy.— Blackpool and Fleetwood' Gazette. Friday, Id. L.-C. 1873. 
J. Grime, ^\ac\^oq\.— Blackpool Herald. Friday, Id. L. 1843. W. Poiier & Son, 
Blackpool.— 7?/af^j9oo/ Times. Wednesday, Id. 'L. 1877. Blackpool Printing Co., 
Limited, Blackpool.— i?o//ow Advertiser. Monthly, Id. N. 1846. W. Robinson, 
Bolton.— i?o/i'ow Chronicle. Saturday, 2d. C. 1824. G. Toulmin, ^oMoia..— Bolton 
Daily Chronicle. Daily, except Saturday, ^d. C. 1870. G. Toulmin, Bolton. — 
Bolton Evening Guardian. Daily, id. L. 18"'73. T. Cunliffe, Bolton.— i'o/i^ow Evening 
News. Daily, id. L. 1S07'. 'TiUotson & Son, Bolton.— 7^/);o?» Weekly Guardian. 



1882.] LA^'CASTEK. 14 1 

Satm-day, lid. L. 1859. T. Cunliffe, Bolton. — Bolton W'eeJchj Journal. Saturday, 2d. 
L. 1871. Tillotson & Son, Bolton..— Booth Tunes. Friday, Id. N. 1877. C. T. 
Cook, Bootle. — Burnley Express. Saturday, Id. C. 1877. G. Frankland, Burnley. — 
Burnley Gazette. Saturday, Id. L. 1863. Burnley Gazette Company, Limited, Burnley. 
— Burtj Guardian. Saturday, Id. C. 18.57. T. Crompton & Co., Bury. — Bury Times. 
Saturday, lid. L. 1855. J. Heap, Buiy. — Cheetham Sill Guardian. Saturday, Id. 
N. 1878. G. Turton, Manchester. — Chorley Guardian. Saturday, Id. I. 1871. S. 
Fowler, Chorley. — Chorley Standard. Satui'day, Id. I. 1864. J. Hindle, Chorley. 
— Colne and Nelson Times. Saturday, Id. N. 1863. E. Hyde & Sons, Colne. — 
Co-Operative News. Saturday, Id. N. 1871. Co-Operative Newspaper Society, Limited, 
Manchester. — Barwen Neivs. Saturday, Id. L. 1874. X. Chadwick, Darwin.— £a?-;s^ow» 
Guardian. Saturday, Id. N. 1880. Hall &Co., Earlstown. — Denton Examiner. Saturday, 
Id. X. 1872. W. H. Ivnowles, Denton. — East Lancashire Echo. Daily, kl. IST. 1871. T. 
Crompton & Co., Bury. — Ecelcs Advertiser. Saturday, Id. N. 1853. 1". Ball, Eccles. — 
Eccles Journal. Saturday. Id. JST. 1874. Tillotson & Son, Eccles. — Educational Chronicle. 
Saturday, Id. N. 1880. J. Heywood, Manchester. — Farnicorth Journal. Saturday, 
2d. N. 1860. Tillotson & Son, Yajcnvforth..— Fleetwood Chronicle. Friday, Id. L. 
1843. W. Porter & Son, Fleetwood. — Grange Chronicle. Friday, Id. X. 1875. W. 
Porter & Son, Grang-e-over-.Sands. — -Key wood Advertiser. Friday, Id. L. 1855. W. A. 
Scott, Heywood. — Mcywood Standard. Saturday, Id. C. 1878. Tetlow & Stubbs, 
Heywood. —if2(^>Me Gazette. Saturday, Id. N. 1879. J. Eoutledge, Manchester. — 
Lancaster Gazette. Wednesday and Saturday, Id. C. 1801. W. King-, Lancaster. — 
Ijancaster Guardian. Saturday, Id. L. 1837. J. L. Milner, Lancaster. — Lancaster 
Observer. Friday, Id. I. 1860. T. Bell & Co., Lancaster. — Leigh Chronicle. Friday, 
Id. X. 1852. J. Rose, Leigh. — Leigh Journal. Satiu'day, Id. N". 1871. Tillotson 
& Son, Leigh. — Liverpool Albion. Daily, ^d. ; Saturday, 2d. C. 1825. B. H. Grindley 
& Qo.flAxeT^ool.— Liverpool Argus. Satmday, Id. L. 1876. T. W. Plumb, Liverpool. 
— Liverpool Courier. Daily, Id., and "Weekly Id. C. 1808. C. Tinling& Co., Liverpool. 
— Liverpool and Southport Baily News. Id. L. 1861. F. A. Hanson, Liverpool. — 
Liverpool Baily Tost. Id. L. 1855. KusseU & Jeans, Liverpool. — LiverjJool Echo, 
Daily, |d. Russell & Jeans, Liverpool. — Liverpool Evening Express. Daily, Jd. L. 1870. 
G. Ray, Liverpool.- — Liverpool Journal. Saturday. 2d. L. 1830. Russell & Addison, 
Liverpool. — Livcrjiool Journal of Commerce. Daily, Id. N". 1861. C. Birchall, Liverpool. 
— Liverpool Liberal Rcvieiv. Saturday, Id. I.-L. 1868. C. W. Willmer, Liverpool. — 
Liverpool Mail. Saturday, Id. C. 1836. J. M. IMorton, Liverpool — Liverpool Mercury. 
Daily, Id.; Weekly, 2d. L. 1811. Egerton Smith & Co., Liverpool. — Liverpool 
Borcupine. Saturday, Id. I. 1860. Millward & Wightman, Liverpool. — Liverpool 
Shipping and Commercial Express. Thursday, 2d. I. 1871. C. Birchall, Liverpool. — 
JAverpool Telegraph. Daily, Id. N. 1826. Mead, Corney & Co., Liverpool. — Liverpool 
JFrekly Post. Saturday, Id. L. 1878. Russell & Jeans, Liverpool. — Lytham Times. 
Wednesday, 2d. N. 1S70. R. Clarke, Lj-tham. — ■3fanchester City N'ews. Saturday, 
Id. N. 1864. J. H. Xodal, Manchester. — Manchester Courier. Daily, Id.; Saturday, 
weekly, 2d. C. 1825. T. Sowlor & Sons, Manchester. — Manchester Evening Mail. 
Daily, id. C. 1874. T. Sowler & Co., Manchester. — Manchester Evening News. 
Daily, |d. I. 1868. W. Evans & Co., Manchester. — Manchester Examiner. Daily, 
Id. L. 1846. A. Ireland & Co., Manchester. — Manchester Guardian. Daily, Id. L. 
1821. Taylor, Gamett & Co., Manchester. — Manchester Sporting Chronicle. Daily, 
Id. N. 1870. E. Hulton & Co., Manchester. — Manchester Weekly Post. Saturday, Id. 
L. 1875, W. Evans, Manchester. — Manchester Weekly Times. Saturday, Id. L. 
1857. A. Ireland & Co., Manchester. — Middleton Albion. Saturday, Id. I. 1857. 
T. MiUs, 'Silidi^eion.— Middleton Guardian. Saturday, Id. L. 1877. W. Rennic, 
Middleton. — Morecambe Visitor. Thursday, Id. I. 1873. G. Bingham, Morecambe.— 
Mossley and Saddleworth Reporter. Saturdav, l^d. L. 1855. Hobson & Andrew, 
Mossley.— A"o?-^/( End Times. .Friday, Id. " X. '1880. C. T, Cook, Bootle.—Oldham 
Chronicle. Wednesday, Id. ; Saturday, l^d. L. 1854. Hirst & Eennie, Oldliam. — 
Oldham Evening Chronicle. Daily, id. L. 1854. Hirst & Rennie, Oldham. — Oldham 
Evening Express. Daily, id. I. 1867. Executors of late W. Wild, Oldham. — Oldham 
Standard. Daily, id. Saturday, lid. C. 1859. Tetlow', Stubbs & Co., Oldham.— 
Ormskirk Advertiser. Thursday, Id. N. 1853. T. Hutton, Ormskirk. — Ormskirk 
Chronicle. Thursday, ^d. L. 1870. P. Draper, Onnskirk. — Pendlebury Journal. 
Friday, Id. N. 1875. Tillotson & Son, Pendlebury. — Pendleton Reporter. Saturday, 
Id. N. 1879. P. Hampson, Pendleton.- — Prescot Reporter. Saturday, Id. C. 1859. 
Culshaw, Brown & Culshaw, Prescot. — Preston Chronicle. Saturday, 2d. L. 1812. 
A. Hewitson, Preston. Preston Guardian. Wednesday, Id. ; Saturday, 2d. L. 1844. 



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G. Toulmin, Preston. — Preston Herald. Wednesday, Id.; Saturday, 2d. C. 1855. H 
Davies & Co., Preston. — Preston Pilot. Wednesday, 2d. C. 1825. E. Clarke, Preston — 
RadcUtf'e Advertiser. Saturday, Id. N. 1869. J. P. Morewood, Eadcliffe Bridge. 

Jioc'/idale Observer. Saturday, Id. L. 1856. T. J. Hardy, Eochdale. — Rochdale Tim-es. 

Tuesday, Id. ; Saturday, 2d. C. 1871. W. H. Shaw, Eochdale. — Sale and Hlretford 
Guardian. Tuesday, Id. ; Saturday, 2d. N. 1879. Mackie, Brewtnell & Co., Sale. — Sal- 
ford Chroniele. Saturday, Id. C. 1868. H. Snape & Sons.Salford. — Salford Weekly News. 
Saturday, Id. L. 1859. Ireland & Dunckley, Salford. — Southport Visitor. Tuesday, 
Thursday, and Saturday, Id. C. 1844. E. Johnson & Co., 't^n^Ah.-^ori.—Stalyhridge 
Reporter. Saturday, IJd. L. 1855. Hohson & Andrew, Stalybridge. — Stabjhridge 
Standard. Saturday, l§d. C. 1869. Tetlow & Stubhs, Stalybi-idge.— 67. Helens 
Examiner. Friday, Id. L. 1878. J. Toulmin, St. Helen's. — St. Helens Newspaper and 
Advertiser. Tuesday, Id.; Saturday, Ud. L. 1853. B. A. Dromgoole, St. Helens. — 
Siointon and Pendlehury Times. Saturday, Id. N. 1872. P. Hampson, Swinton. — 
Todmorden Advertiser. Friday, Id. N. 1853. E. Chambers, Todmorden. — Todmorden 
News. Friday, Id. L. 1858. W. Waddington, Todmorden. — Tyldesley and Atherton 
Chronicle. Friday, Id. N. 1870. Josiah Eose, Tyldesley. — Tyldesley Weekly Journal. 
Friday, Id. N. 1873. Tillotson & Son, Bolton. — Ulverston Advertiser. Thursday, 2|d. 
N. 1848. E. H. Jefferson, Ulverston. — Ulverston Mirror. Saturday, 2d. L. 1860. 
E. Pearson, ITlverston. — Warrington Advertiser. Sattirday, Id. C. 1862. G. Powlson, 
Warrington. — Warrington Evening Post. Daily, |d. I. 1878. J. Wood, Warrington. 

, Warrinqtcn and Mid-Cheshire Examiner. Saturday, Id. L. 1869. J. Toulmin, 

Warrington. — Warrington Guardian. Wednesday, Id.; Saturday, 2d. N. 1853. 
Mackie, Brewtnall & Co., Warrington. — Waterloo Times. Saturday, Id. N. 1879. 
C. T. Cook, Bootle. — Widnes Examiner. Saturday, Id. L. 1879. J. Toulmin, Widnes. 
— Widnes Guardian. Tuesday, Id. ; Friday, 2d." N. 1876. Mackie, Brewtnall & Co.. 
Widnes. — Widnes Weekly News. Saturday, Id. I. 1876. T. S. Swale, Widnes. — 
Wigan E.caminer. Friday and Saturday, id. C. 1853. Wigan Newspaper Company, 
Wiffan. — Wigan Observer. Wednesday,' Friday and Saturday, Id. L. 1853, T. Wall, 
Wigan. 

Lord Lieutenant and Gustos Rotulorum. 
The Eight Hon. the Earl of Seftox, Croxteth, Liverpool. 

High Sheriff (1881-2). 

William Foster, Esq., Honiby Castle, near Lancaster. 

Members of Parliament. 

North Division : Eight Hon. F. A. Stanley (c). Maj.-Gen. E. J. Feildex (c). 
North-east Division : Eight Hon. Mabq. of Hartinqton (l). F. W. Grafton, Esq. (l). 
South-east Division : Eobeiit Leake, Esq. (l). William Agnew, Esq. (l). 
South-we.'it Division: Eight Hon. Sir E. Assheton Cross, g.c.b., (c). Col. J. I. 
Blackburne (c). 

Chairman and Vice-Chairman of General Sessions. 

Eight Hon. thcE^RL of Derby, Chairman. J. T. Hibbert, Esq., Vicc-Chairman. 

Chairmen of Quarter Sessions, 

HOLDEN at KiRKDALE, LANCASTER, MANCHESTER, AND PrESTON. 

Kirkdale : The Earl of Derby. Lancaster : Henry Garnett, Esq. Manchester and 
Preston: W. H. Higgin, Esq., a.c. Stipendiary. 

The Magistrates (and Deputy Lieutenants) of the County. 

* Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates. 
Agnew,Esq. ,m. p. , W. , Summer Hill, Pendle- 
ton, Manchester 
Ainslie, Esq., A., Kellet, Carnforth 



Ainslie, E^q., W. G., Ulverston 

*Ainr.lie, Esq., M., Chairman of Hawkshcad 

Bench, Grizedale, Hawkshead 
Ainslie, Esq., M. M., Hawkshead 
*Ainsworth, Lieut. -Col. D., Broughton 

Hall, Grange, Cartmel 
Ainsworth, Esq., m.p., D., Wray Castle, 

Ambleside 



Ainsworth, Esq., E. H., Smithill's Hall, 

Bolton 
Aitken. Col. J., Clifton Villa, Urmston, 

Manchester 
Aitken, Esq., T., Holmes, Bacnp 
Anderton, Esq., W. F., Haighton Hall, 

Preston 
* Anderton, Esq., W. M. I., Euxton Hall, 

Chorley 
Andrew, Esq., C, Compstall, Stockport 



1882.] LANCASTER. 

Andrew, Esq., E., Merebank, Audenshaw, 
Ashton-undor-LjTie 

Andrew, Esq., G., Apsley House, Mossley, 
Manchester 

Axmistead, Esq., J. F., Cobwall House, 
Blackbm-n 

Armitage, Esq., B., Halton Bank, Pendle- 
ton, Manchester 

Armitago, Esq., E., The Rookery, Eccles, 
Manchester 

Arrowsmith, Esq., P. E., Wirral Lodge, 
Oxton, Cheshire 

Artingstall, Esq., Gr., Chairnnm of Warrvig- 
ton Bench, WaiTington 

Ashton, Esq., F., Laurel Lodge, Twicken- 
ham, S.W. 

Ashton, Capt. J. H., Bathford Lodge, 
Manor Road, Folkestone 

Ashton, Esq., R. S., Woodlands, Over 
Darwen 

*Ashton, Esq., T., Ford Bank, Didsbury, 
Manchester 

Ashworth, Esq., C. E., Droylsden, Man- 
chester 

Ashworth, Esq., E., Oakenrod, Lordship 
Lane, London, S.E. 

Ashworth, Esq., E., Egerton Hall, Bolton 

Ashworth, Esq., E., Staghills, Waterfoot, 
Manchester 

Ashworth, Esq., G. B., Bu-tenshaw House, 
near Bolton-le-Moors 

Askew, Esq., H. W., Conishead Priory, 
Ulverston 

*Aspinall, Esq., E. A., 1.5, Queensbury 
Place, London, S.W. 

*Aspinall,Esq.,R.J.,StaiidenHall,Clitheroo 

Aspland, Esq., A., Dukinfield, Ashtou- 
undcr-Lyne 

*Assheton, Esq., R., Downham, Clitheroe 

Atkinson, E.sq., W., Claremont, Southport 

Baines, Esq., L. T., Bawtry Hall, Yorkshu-e 

Baldwin, Rev. T. R., Leyland 

Baldwin, Esq.,W. J. A., Dalton-in-Furncss 

Bankes, Esq., M., Win Stanley Hall, Wigan 

Barlow, Esq., J., Greenthome, Bolton 

Barlow, Esq., S. , Stakehill House, Chad- 
derton, Manchester 

Barnes, Esq., A., Famworth, Manchester 

Barnes, Esq., C, Mossley Hill Road, 
MoRsley Hill, Liverpool 

*Barnes, Esq., T., Farnworth, Bolton 

Baron, Esq., J., Thorncliffe, Over Darwen 

Barron, Esq., G. B., Summerseat, Southport 

Barratt, Esq., W., Holly How, Coniston 

Barton, Esq., W., Bent House, Aspull 

*Bates, Esq., Bart., Sk E., Bellfield, West 
Derby, Liverpool 

Bates, Esq., R., Acres Bank, Stalybridge 

Bayley, Esq., AY., Stamford Lodge, Staly- 
bridge 

Bazley, Esq., C. H., West Bank, Kersal, 
Manchester 

*Bazley, Bart., Sir T., Gyford Park, Stow- 
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Bealey, Esq., R., The Close, Radclifie, 

Manchester 
Beaumont, Esq., T. R., Preston 
Beck, Major W. A., Hawkshead, Ambleside 
Becker, Esq., J. L., Foxdenton Hall, Chad- 

derton, Manchester 
Benson, Esq.,R.. 16,Bushcll Place, Preston 
Bent, Esq., B. H., Stowe Hill, Bury St. 

Edmunds, Suffolk 
Bibby , Esq . , J . , HartHill, Allerton,Liverpool 
Bickerstaff, Lieut.-Col. R., Swillbrook, 

Preston 
Bidwell, Lieut.-Col. P. S., Liverpool 
Bird, Esq., C. H., Crookey, Garstang 
Birkbeck, Esq., J., Giggleswick, Settle 
BMev, Esq., E., Clifton HaU, Preston 
Birlcy, Esq., F. H., South Cottage, Chorley 
*Birley,Esq.,>i.p.,H.,Didsbury,Manchester 
Birley, Esq., H., Kirkham 
Birley, Rev. J. S., Chairman of Bolton 

Bench, Moss Lee, Bolton-lc-Moors 
Birlev, Esq., J. H., Brookside, TSTewton-le- 

Wniows 
Birley, Esq., T. H., Hart Hill, Pendleton, 

Manchester 
*Buiey, Esq., W., The Larches, Preston 
Birtwistle, Esq., W., Groat Harwood, 

Accrington 
*Blackbume, m.p., Col. J. I., Hale, 

Warrington 
Bleckly, Esq., H., Wcstwood, Altrincham 
Blinkhom, Esq., W., Sutton Grange, St. 

Helen's 
Blundell, Esq., J., 74, Grosvenor Street, 

London, W. 
*Blundell, Esq., N., Crosby HaU, Liverpool 
*BlundeU, Esq., T. Weld-, Ince Blundell 

Hall, Great Orosbv, Liverpool 
Blythe, Esq., W., Holland Bank, Cliurch, 

Accrington 
*Bolden, Esq., W. B., Hyning, Carnforth 
Booth, Esq., F. W., Woodfield, Leigh, 

Manchester 
Booth, Esq. , J. B., Overleigh House, Preston 
Booth, Esq., T., William Street, Rochdale 
Boulton, Esq., A. R., Harrock HaU, Wigan 
Boulton, Rev. W. H., Aughton, Ormskirk 
*Boume, Bart., c.b., Sir J., Heathfield 

House, Liverpool 
Bourne, Esq., T. R., Glcnlee, MUes Road, 

Clifton, Bristol 
Bowdler, Esq., W. H., The Square, Kirkham 
Bowden, Esq., J. E. B., Pleasington Hall, 

Blackburn [head 

Bowman, Esq., T., Roger Ground, Hawks- 
Bramley-]\Ioore, Esq., J., Liverpool 
Brancker, Esq., W.H.jBispham Hall, Wigan 
Bretherton, Esq., W., 16, Upper Wimpole 

Street, London 
Bridgford, Lieut.-Col. R., HUton House, 

Prestwich, J\lanchester 
Bridson, Esq., J. R., Belle Isle, Windermere 
Bridson, Esq., T. R., Bolto-n 
Brierley, Esq., J. WesthiU, Rochdale 



I4i 



THE COUNTY COMPANION. 



Brierley, Esq., J., Castleton, Eochdalo 
Briggs, Esq., C, The Lees, Bolton-le- 

Moors 
Briggs, Esq., J., Newfield, near Blackburn 
Briggs, Esq., W., Halifax 
Bright, Esq., H. A., Ashfield, Knotty Ash, 

Liveri^ool 
Bright, Esq., m.p., Jacob, Alderley Edge, 

near Manchester 
Bright, Esq., T., Greenbank, Eochdale 
Broadhurst, Esq., H. T., 'Woodhill, Prest- 

wich, INIanchcster 
Brock, Esq., J., Wellficld, Famworth, 

Widnes 
*Brockholes, Esq.,\Y. J. F.,Claughton Hall, 

Garstang 
Brocklebank, Esq., R., Child wall Hall, 

Liverpool 
*Brocklebank, Esq., T., Springwood, Al- 

lerton, Liverpool 
Brogden, Esq., m.p.. A., Ulverston 
Bromilow, Esq., D.j Haresfinch House, St. 

Helen's 
Brooks, Esq., T., Sunnyside, Rawtenstall 
*Brooks, Esq., m.p., W. C, Barlow Hall, 

Manchester 
Brown, m.p., Lieut. -Col. A. H., Richmond 

HUl, Liverpool 
Bryning, Esq., J., Highgate House, New- 
ton near Preston 
Buckley, Esq., A., Moss Lodge, Ashton-. 

under- Lyne 
Buckley, Esq., J. F., Tlie Xook, Green- 
field, Saddleworth 
*Buckley, Esq., N., Ryccroft, Ashton- 

under-Lyne 
Burrell, Esq., J. S., 53, Huskisson Street, 

Faulkner Square, Liverpool 
Burrows, Esq., A., Green Hall, Atherton, 

Manchester 
Burton,Esq.,E.,Norbreck,Poulton-le-Fylde 
Burton, Esq., 0., Gwaynj-nog, Denbigh 
Butterworth, Esq. , J., Rake Bank, Rochdale 
Calvert, Esq., R., Walton-le-Dale, Preston 
Campbell, Esq., J., Liverpool 
Cannon, Esq., J., Windsor Road, Ealing, 

near London 
*Cardwell, Viscount, 74, Eaton Square, 

London 
Carrington, Esq.,S.R.,lIcathlicld, Stockport 
Castellain, Esq., A., Ai^burth, Liverpool 
Catterall, Esq., J., Tunbridge Wells 
Cavendish, Lord E., Holker Hall, Cartmel 
*Cavendish, m.p.. Lord F. C, Holker Hall, 

Cartmel 
Chadwick, Esq., F., Biuliolme, Whitewell, 

Clitheroe 
Chadwick, Esq., J., Higli Bank, Prestwich, 

Manchester 
Chadwick, Esq., J., Builc Hill, Eccles Old 

Road, Manchester 
*Chadwick, Esq., J., Chairman of Ashton- 

under-Lyne Bench, Woodville, Reddish, 

Stockport 



[1882. 

Chamberlain, Esq., G., Helenshome, Birk- 
dalo, Soutiiport 

* Chambers, Lieut. -Col. J. H., Putney 

House, Putney, S.W. 
Chapman, Esq., E., Hill End, Mottram-iu- 

Longdendale 
Chapman, Esq., W,, Wyre Bank, Garstang 
Cheutham, Esq., C, Chairman of Heijwood 

Bench, Rycroft House, Heywood 
Chectham, Esq., J., Stalybridge 
Cheetham, Esq,, J. F., Stalybridge 
Cheetham, Esq., J. ]\r.. Singleton House, 

Higher Broughton, Manchester 
Cluistic, Esq., R. C, Darlcy House, Matlock 
Christy, Esq., R., Poynton Towers, near 

Stockport 
Clare, Esq., C. L., Park Lane, Higher 

Broughton, Manchester 

* Clarke, Esq., J. A., Summerhill, Penny 

Bridge, Ulverston 
Clarke, Esq., J. E. H. , Holleu Oak, Haver- 

thwaite, Ulverston 
*Clayton, Lieut-Col. E. E., Rowley, near 

Burnley 
Clayton, Esq., R. C. B. 
Clegg, Esq., E. A. ,Littleborough, Manchester 
Clegg, Esq., J., Higher Crompton, near 

Oldham 
*Clifton, Esq., J.T., Lytham Hall, Lytham 
Cocker, Esq., W.H., Blackpool 
Coddington, Esq., m.p., W., Wycollar, near 

Blackburn 
Collier, Esq., J. F., Liverpool [WiUows 
Comber, Esq., T., RedclifFe, Newton-le- 
Cooke, Esq., T. , Rusholme Hall, Manchester 
Cooke, Esq., W. W., Denton, Manchester 
Cooper, Esq., J., The Oaks, Preston 
Coultate, Esq., W. M., Burnley 
Coulthart, Esq., John Ross, Croft House, 

Ashton -under-Lyne 
Cowper, Esq., J. C, Keenground, Hawks- 
head, Ambleside 
Cragg, Esq., W. S. Arkholme, Lancaster 
Cranke, Esq., J., Ulverston 
Crawford & Balcarres, the Earl of, Haigh 

Hall, Wigan 
Crompton, Esq., J., High Crompton, Oldham 
Crook, Esq., J., Oaktield, Heaton, Bolton 
Crosstield, Esq., G., Walton Lea, Warrington 
Cross, Esq., H., Crompton Fold, Bolton 
Cross,Esq.,M.p.,J.K.,Fernclough,nr. Bolton 
*Cross, G.C.B., M.P., Right Hon. Sir R. A., 

Eccleriggs, Broughton-in-Furness, and 

Warrington 

* Cross, Esq., W. A., Red Scar, Preston 
*Crosse, Esq., T. B., Shaw Hill, Chorley 
Crosse,Lieut.-Col. T. R.,Shaw Hill,Chorley 
Cunlifi'e, Esq., E., Lytham 

Daglish, Esq., R., St. Helens 

Dalhousie, tc.t., Earl of, Haigh Hall, Wigan 

Darbi&hire,Esq., G. S., Riversfield, Eccles, 

Manchester 
Davies, Esq., B., Huyton House, neai- 

Chorley 



1882.] 

Dawson, Esq., E. B., Lunecliffe, Lancaster 
Dearden, Esq., J. G., Rochdale Manor, 

Eochdalc 
Dent, Esq., W. D., Oxford Road, Bootlc 
*Der'by, Earl of, Knowsley, Prescot 
*De Trafrord,Bart., Sir H., TraffordPark, 

Manchester 
De Trafiford, Esq., S. C, Croston Hall, 

Chorley 
♦Devonshire, k.g., Duke of, Chairman of 

Ulverston Bench, Holker Hall, Cartmel 
Dew hurst, Esq., R., Little Moor House, 

Clitheroe 
Dickens, Esq., T., Chairman of Middleton 
Bench, Edgemoor House, Higher Brough- 
ton, Manchester 
Dickenson, Esq., "W., West Beach, 

Lytham 
Dickson, Esq., A. B., Abhots Reading, 

Haverthwaite, Ulverston 
Dimmock, Esq., J., Over Darwen 
Dixon, Rev. J. J., Ivy Cottage, Hindley, 

Wigan 
Dodgson, Esq., R. B., Bcardwood, Black- 
bum 
Dugdale, Esq., A., GrifSn Lodge, Black- 
bum 
Dugdale, Esq., J., Ivy Bank, Burnley 
Dugdale, Esq., W., Symonstone Hall, Padi- 

ham 
Dunderdale, Esq., R., Poulton-lo-Fyldo 
Earle, Esq., F. W., Edenhurst, Huji;on, 

Liverpool 
*Earle, Bart., Sir T., AUcrton Tower, Wool- 
ton, Liverpool 
Eccles, Esq., J., 15, Durham Yillas, Philli- 

more Gardens, London, W. 
Eccles, Esq.,R., Chairman of Over Bariven 

Bench, Lower Darwen, Blackburn 
Eccles, Esq., T., Torquay, Devon 
*Eckersley, Esq., N., Standish Hall, 

Wigan 
Ecroyd, Esq., m r., W. F., Spring House, 

near Burnley 
Edmondson, Esq., T. G., Grassyard Hall, 

Caton, Lancaster 
*Edwards-Moss, Bart., Sir T., Otterspool, 

near Liverpool 
*Egerton, Hon. A. F., Worsley Old HaU, 

Manchester 
Ellesmere, Earl of, Worsley, Manchester 
Elletson, Esq., D. H., Parrox Hall, Fleet- 
wood 
Ellison, Esq., C. E., 10, Prince of Wales 

Terrace, London, W. 
England, Esq., T. T., Heirs House, Colne 
Evans, Esq., J., Haydock Grange, near 

St. Helen's 
Evans, Esq., W. L., Fazakerlcy House, 

Prescot 
Fair, Esq., T., Westwood, Lytham 
*Fairbairn, Bart., Sir T., Brambridge 
House, Winchester 



LANCASTER. 



145 



Feilden, Esq., R., Witton Park, Black- 

burn 
Feilden, Bart., Sir W. L., Strada House, 

Scarborough 
*Fell, Esq., John, Dane Ghyll, Farnoss 

Abbev, Barrow-in-Furness 
FeU, Esq., S. G., Walton House, Llan- 
gollen 
Fenton, Esq., J., Bashall Lodge, Clitheroe 
Fenton, Esq., J., Langley Cottage, 

Maidencombe, Torquay 
Fenton, Esq., J., Crimble Hall, Rochdale 
Fenton, Esq., J., .. Hazlehurst, Bamford, 

Rochdale 
*Fenton, Esq., W., Dutton Manor, Long- 
ridge, Preston 
Fenwick-Fenwick, Esq., T.,Burrow,Kirkby 

Lonsdale 
Fernie, Esq., W. J., Seafield, Seaforth, 

Liverpool 
Fielden, Esq., J., Dobroyd, Todmorden 
Fielden, Esq., J., Nutfield Priory, Red Hill, 

Surrey 
Fielden, Esq., S., Centre Vale, Todmorden 
Fielden, Esq., M. J., Island of Herm, near 

Guernsey 
Fish, Esq., J., Blackburn 
Fitzgerald, Bart., Sir G. D., 42, Grosvenor 

Place, London, S.W. 
Flatteley, Esq., D. I., Newton Villa, 

Longsight, Manchester 
Fletcher, Esq., A., Allerton, Liverpool 
Fletcher, Esq., R., Southport 
Fletcher,] un. , Esq ., R. , Atherton , Manchester 
Flowerdew, Esq., R. J., Walton Hall, 

Preston 
Folds, Esq., J., Brunshaw, Burnley 
*Ford, Esq., W., Ellel Hall, Lancaster 
Formby, jun., Esq., R., Shorrocks Hill, 

Formby Point, Liverpool 
Fort, Esq., m.p., R., Read HaU, WhaUey 
Foster. Esq., G. , Whins House, Whalley 
*Foster, Esq., W., Hornby Castle and Hall- 
garth 
Fowler. Esq.. R., Manchester 
Frost, Esq., F. A., Reddish, Stockport 
Gale. Esq., H. R. H., Bardsey Hall. Ulver- 

ston 
Gamble, Lieut. -Col., D., St. Helen's 
Gardiner, Esq., T., Ormskirk 
Gardner, Esq.. R. C, Bcechfield, Princes 

Park, Liverpool, and. Pilling 
Gardner, d.d., Rev. J., Skelton Rector}', 

Maske-by-the-Sea, Yorkshire 
Garnett, Esq., C. H., WjTcside, Lmcastcr 
*Garnett, Esq., H., Chairman of Lancaster 
Quarter Sessions and of Garstanr/ Bench, 
Wyreside, Lancaster 
Garnett, Esq., J., Waddow Hall, Clitheroe 
Garnett, Esq., W., Bashall Lodge, neur 

Clitheroe 
*Gamett, Esq., W., Quemmorc Park, 
Lancaster 

1) 



146 



THE COUNTY COMPANIOST. 



Garstang, Esq., J., Lytham 
Gaskoll, Esq., H., Woolton Wood, Liver- 
pool 
Gaskell, junr., Esq., II., Clayton Lodi^c, 

Aigburth 
♦Gaskell, Esq., H. L., Kiddington Hall, 

Woodstock, Oxon 
Gatty, Esq., F. A., Aocrington 
German, Esq., J., Vine Court, Seven- 
oaks, Kent 
*Gerard, Lord, New HaU, Ashton, New- 

ton-le-Willows 
*Gerard, Esq., F. S., Aspul House, Wigan 
Gerrard, Esq., J., Adlington, Chorley 
*Gibbon, Esq., E., Gateacre, Liverpool 
Gibson, Esq., J., Whelprigg, Kir kby Lons- 
dale 
Gidlow, Esq., J., Arley Hall, Wigan 
Gillow,Esq., R.C, Lcighton Hall, Carn forth 
Gillow,Esq.,E.T.,LeightonHall,Carnforth 
Gilmour, Esq., H. B., Fulwood Park, 

Liverpool 
Gladstone, Esq., A. 11., Court Hey, Broad 

Green, Liverpool 
Glover, Esq., J., Southport 
Gocdair, Lieut.-Col. W. H., Ashton Park, 

Preston 
Goggin, Eev. J. F., EufFord, Ormskirk 
Gossage, Esq., F. H., Camjjhill, Woolton, 

Liverpool 
Grafton, Esq., m.v., F. W., Heysham Hall 

Lancaster 
Graham, Eev. P., Turncroft, Over Darwen 
*Gray, Col. W., Farley Hall, near 

Ecading 
Greaves, Esq., H., Derkcr HaU, Oldham 
Greenall, Esq., E., Grappenhall, War- 
rington 
Grccnall, Bart., Sir G., Walton HaU, 

Warrington 
Greenall, Lieut-Col. J. F., Grappenhall 

Lodge, Warrington 
Greene, Esq., D. C, Whittington HaU, 

Burton, Westmoreland 
Greenway, Eev. C, Darwen Bank, Over 

Darwen 
Greenwood, Esq., J., Tarleton House, 

Burnley 
Greg, Esq., A., Halton Park, Lancaster 
Greg, Esq., A., Eagley, near Bolton 
*Greg, Esq., J., Catoii, Lancaster 
Grogson, Esq., B. P., Caton, Lancaster 
Gregson, Esq., H., ]\Ioorlands, Lancaster 
Grimshaw, Esq.,E. A., Cockerham,Garstang 
Grimshaw, Esq., J. S., Woodside House, 

Huncoat, Accrington 
Guest, Esq., E., Etherstone Hall, Leigh, 

Manchester 
Gunning, Esq., G. W., Horton House, 

Northampton 
Gunston, Esq., T. B., Halsnead House, 

Prescot 
Had wen, Esq.. J., Fairfield, Manchester 
HaU, Esq., A., Stalybridge 



[1882. 

Hall, Esq., H. S., Denton's Green, St. 
Helen's 

Hamilton, Lieut- Col., C. E., Newton-lo- 
Willows 

Hammond, Esq., m.d., J. H., Winckley 
Square, Preston 

*Hardcastle, Esq., E., Headlands, Prest- 
wich 

Hardman, Major G. H., Chairman ofHasling- 
dcn Bench, Oak Hill, EawtenstaU 

Hardman, Esq., H. II., HorncUffe House, 
EawtenstaU 

Hardman, Esq., J., Blackpool 

Hare, Esq., T. J., Crooke HaU, Chorley 

Hargreaves, Lieut.-Col. J., Broad Oak, 
Accrington 

Hargreaves, Esq., W., Moss Bank, near 
Bolton 

Hargreaves, Esq., W., 66, Cambridge Ter- 
race, Hyde Park, London, W. 

Harrison, Esq., H., Stanley, Blackburn 

Harrison. Esq., T., West HiU, Staly- 
bridge 

Harrison, Esq., W., The Lund, TJlverston 

Harter, Esq., J. C, Manchester 

*Hartington, Marquis of, Holker Hall, 
Newton-in-Cartmel 

Hartley, Esq., H. W., Fence Gate, Barnley 

Hartley, Esq., W., Simpson HUl House, 
Heywood 

Harvey, Esq., J., The "Whinns, Alderley 
Edge, Manchester 

Harwood, Esq., E., Gorsefield, Pendleton. 
^Illl cli G 3 1 Gr 

Hayes, Esq., T. T., Fairfield, Leigh, Man- 
chester 

Heald, Esq., W. N., Parr's Wood, Dids- 
bury. Manchester 

Heap, Esq., J., CHfi"o House, New Hey, 
Eochdale 

Heape, Esq., B., Northwood, Prestwich, 
near Manchester 

*Heape, Esq., E. T., Chairman of Rochdale 
Bcvcii, Highfield, Eochdale 

Herford, Esq., E., AVcstbank, near Mac- 
clesfield 

Heron, Sir J., Eookswood, Broughton Park, 
ilanchester 

Hesketh, Esq., E. F., Southport 

Hesketh, Bari., Sir T. G. Fermor-, Eufford 
Hall, Ormskirk 

Hewlett, Esq., A.. The Grange, Wigan 

Heyes, Esq., J., The Limes, Leigh, Man- 
chester 

Heywood, Esq., A. H., EUeray, Winder- 
mere 

Heywood, Esq., E. S., Light Oaks, Man- 
chester 

*Heywood, Esq., J., 26, Kensington Palace 
Gardens, London, W. 

*Heywood, Esq., 0., Claremont, Pendleton, 
IVTinclicstGr 

Heyworth, Esq., E., Springfield, Black- 
bxim 



1882.] LANCASTER. 

Hibbert, Esq., H., Broughton Grove, 

Grausfeover-Sands 
*Hibbert, Esq., m.p., J. T., The Grange, 

Urmston, Manrhester 
Hibbert, Esq., T. J., Broughton Grove, 

Cartmel 
*Hick, Esq., J., Mytton Hall, Whalley 
*Higgm, Esq., q.c, "W. H., 4, St. James's 

Square, ]\Ianchester 
Hinchliffe, Esq., G., Stoodley Lodge, near 

Todmorden 
Hindlc, Esq., J., Sabden, near Wlialley 
Hinmers, Esq., W., Lancaster Road, Eccles, 

Manchester 
Hodges, Esq., J. F., BoLney Court, Henley- 
on-Thames 
*Holden, Lieut.-Col. H., Reedley House, 

Burnley 
Hollins, Esq., E., Preston 
HoUins, Esq., F., Fulwood Park, Liverpool 
Holt, Esq., J. M., Stubby Lee, Bacup, 

Manchester 
Holt, Esq., E. D., 29, Edge Lane, Liverpool 
Holt, Esq., W. D.,Whin Moor, Sandfield 

Park, Liverpool 
*Hop-n-ood, Esq., J. T., Rockcliffe, 

Blackburn 
*Hornby. Esq., E. G. S., LaKon Hall, 

Burton, Westmoreland 
Homby,Esq. , E. K., Brookhouse, Blackburn 
*Homby, Esq., T. D., Olive Mount, Waver- 

trec, Liverpool 
*Homby, Esq., W. H., Blackburn 
Hornby, Esq., W. H., junr., Brookhouse, 

Blackburn 
Hornby, Rear-Admiral W. AY., 60, Crom- 

weU Road, S.W. 
Horsfall, Esq., G. H., Liverpool 
Horsfall, Esq., R., Royal Bank Buildings, 

Liverpool 
Houghton, Esq., E., Lowton House, Low- 
ton, Newton-le-Willows 
Howitt, Esq., T., Quoon Square, Lancaster 
Howorth, Esq., J., The Woodlands, Bolton- 

by-Bowland, Clithcroe 
Hoyle, Esq., E., iloorlands. Bacup 
Hoyle, Esq., T., Stonyhill, Blackpool 
Huddleston, Esq., G., Ulverston 
Hughes, Esq., M., Sherdley HaU, St. 

Helen's 
Hulmo, Esq., 0., Barnfield, Prestwich, 

Manchester 
*Hulton, Esq., W. A., Hurst Grange, 

Preston 
*Hulton, Esq., W. W. B., Hulton Park, 

Bolton 
Humber, Esq., J.,Winckley Square, Preston 
Huntington, Esq., C. P., Astley Bank, 

Darwen 
Hurst, Esq., R., Springhill, Rochdale 
*Hutchinson, Lieut.-Col. J., Bury 
*Hutchinson, Esq., R. H., Highfield, near 

Blackburn 
Hutton, Esq.jC, County CourtOffice, Bolton 



147 



Hutton, Esq., J. F., Victoria Park, Man- 
chester 
Ingham, Esq.,T.H., Marton House, Skipton 
Ingram, Esq., J., Beaufort Grange, Sale, 

Manchester 
Irvin, Esq., D., Woodvue, Longridge 
Ismay, Esq., T. H., Beech Lawn, Water- 
loo, Liverpool 
Jackson, jun., Esq., J.,ValeHouse, Garstang 
Jackson, Col. R. R., Lostock Hall, near 

Preston 
*Jacson, Major, C. R., Barton HaU, Preston 
Jary, Major R. H. H., Haresfinch House, 

St. Helen's 
Johnson, Esq., J., Chairman of Leigh Bench, 

Bank House, Runcorn 
Johnson, Esq., J., Kenyon Hall, Kenyon, 

near Manchester 
Johnson, Esq., R., Higher Bebington Hall, 

near Birkenhead 
Johnston, Esq., F., Yiew Field, Blackburn 
Johnston, Esq., J., Alum Scar, Pleasington, 

Blackburn 
*Jones, Esq., J., Abberley Hall, Stourport 
Joule, Esq., B. St. John Baptist. Southport 
Kay, Esq., E. G., Mill House, Whitworth, 

Rochdale 
Kay, Esq., R., Chamber House, Heywood 
Kearsley, Esq., E. S., 6, Pembroke ViUas, 

Richmond Green, Sui-rey, S.W. 
Kemp, Esq., F., Bispham Lodge, Poulton- 

le-Fylde 
Kendrick, Esq., J., Warrington 
Kennedy, Esq., J. D., Summerfield, Kirkby 

Lonsdale 
Kennedy, Esq., J. L., Ardwick House, 

Manchester 
Kennedy, Esq., M., Low Xook, Ambleside 
Kennedy, Esq., M., Burton Cottage, Ulver- 
ston 
Kenworthy, Esq., B. M., Ashton-under-Ljmo 
Kenyon, Esq., J., Walsham Hall, Bury 
Kershaw, Esq., J., DelamerePlace, Ashton- 

under-Lyne 
Kershaw, Rev. J. A., Ormskirk 
Kirkpa trick, Esq., T., The Meanleys, 

Tyldesley, Manchester 
Knowles, Esq., J., Eagley Bank, Bolton 
Knowles, Esq., J., Heaton Grange, Bolton 
Knowles, Esq., S., Stormer Hill, Totting- 

ton. Bury 
Knowles, Esq., m.p., T., Damhall Hall, 

Winsford, Cheshire 
Lace, Esq. , F. J. , Stone Gappe, Cross Hill, 

Leeds 
Laird, Esq., W., 23, Castle Street, Liver- 

jiool 
Lamb, Esq., W. J., The Sycamores, Wigan. 
Lancaster, Esq., J., Bilton Grange, near 

Rugby 
Langton, Esq., C. Barklull, Aigburth, 

Liverpool 
*Lathom, The Earl of. Chairman of Orms- 
kirk Bench, Latham House, Ormsldrk 



148 

Loach, Esq., A., Watcrhead, Oldham 
Loach, Esq., J., CasHeton Hall, Rochdalo 
Leako, Esq., m.p., R., The Dales, Whito- 
field, Bury, and 3-1, Hill street, Berkeley- 
Square, London, W. 
Lee, Esq., m.p., H., Sedgelcy Park, 

Manchester 
Lee, Esq., T., Alder House, Atherton 
Lees, Esq., E. B., Kelbarro^y, Grasmerc, 

Westmoreland 
Lees, Esq., E., Wcrneth Park, Oldham 
Loos, Esq., S. D., Grey House, Ashton- 

under-Lyne 
Leigh, Esq., H., Moorficld, S^vinton, Man- 
chester 
Leigh, Esq., R., Barham Court, Maidstone 
Leppoc,Esq., H. J., KersalCrag, Manchester 
Loyland, Esq., J., The Grange, Hindley, 

Wigan 
Lightbound, Esq., T., Rosehill, Lydiatc, 

Ormskirk 
Lightfoot,Esq.,J.E.,Q,uarryHill,Accrington 
Lindsay, Hon. C, Haigh Hall, Wigan 
Little, Esq., J. W., Armadale, Barrow-in- 

Furuess 
Littlewood,Esq.,J.S.,Tho Greave, Rochdale 
Lomas, Esq., W., Parle View, Burnley 
Long-worth, Esq., 8., Whalley 
Lowndes, Esq., E. C, Castle Combo, Chip- 
penham, Wilts 
*Lloyd, Lieut. -Col. E., Lillesden, near 

Hawkhurst, Sussex 
*Machell, Esq., J. P., The Hall, Penny 

Bridge, Newton-in-Cartmel 
*Maclure, Esq., J.W., The Holme,Whallcy 

Range, Manchester 
McCorquodale, Lieut. -Col. G., Chn. ofNciv- 
ton-lc- Willows Bench, Nowton-le-Willows 
Macrae, Esq., G. G., The Uplands, West 

Derby, Liverpool 
Maden, Esq., H., RockclifFe House, Bacup 
Mantell, Sir J. I., Stipendiary Magistrate 

for Manchester Bivision, Manchester 
Marsh, Esq., J., Rann Lea, Rainliill 
*Marshall, Esq., J. R., Hollington House, 

HoUington, Hastings 
Marshall, Esq., T., The Larches, Wigan 
Marshall, Esq.,V. A. E., Waterhead House, 
Coniston, Ambleside [chester 

Mart, Esq., J. F., Crescent, Salford, Man- 
*Marton, Esq., G. B. H., Capernwray Hall, 
Lancaster [undcr-Lyne 

*Mason, Esq., M.r.,H., GrobyHall,Ashton- 
Massey, Esq., J., Hawks House, Burnley 
Mayhew, Esq., H., Bai^k House, Wigan 
Mayson, Esq., J. S., Greenbank, Bowdon, 

Cheshire 
Mellalieu, Esq., S.,Middleton, Manchester 
McUor, Esq., G., Holly Bank, Ashton- 

under-Lyne 
Mellor, Esq., J. J., The Woodlands, White- 
field, Manchester [chester 
Iklellor, Esq., J., Polefield, Prestwich, Man- 
MoUor, Esq., T. W., Ashton-under-Lyne 



THE COUNTY COMPANIOX. 



1882. 



*Mendel, Esq., S., Chislehurst, Kent 
Mercer, Esq., J., Alston Hall, Preston 
McMicking, Esq., G., 55, Prince's Gale, 

London, S.W. 
Milne, Esq., A., Manchester 
Milne, Esq., H. T., Chairman of Ro'jton 

Bench, Crompton Hall, Oldliam 
Milne-Redhead, Esq., R. Si)ruigficld, 

Seedloy, Manchester 
Milner, Esq., N. D., Moore, Warrington 
Molesworth, Esq., G. M. F., Town House, 

Rochdale 
*Moore, Esq., J. B., Liverpool 
Moore, Rev. R., Chairman of Eirlcham 

Bench, Lund Vicarage, Preston 
Morris,Esq. , J. G.,Allerton Priory, Liverpool 
Moss, Esq., G. W., The Beach, Aigburth, 

Liverpool 
Mucklow, Esq., E., Grange 
Munn, Esq., R. W., Heath Hill, Stack- 
steads, near Manchester 
Mui-ray, Esq., J., Hornby Hall, Lancaster 
Musgrove, Esq., E., West Tower, Aughton, 
Ormskirk [Liverpool 

Muspratt, Esq., E. K., Seaforth Hall, 
Neilson, Esq., R., Halewood, Liverpool 
Newall,Esq., H., Littleborough, Manchester 
*Newsham, Esq., R., Preston 
Newton. Esq., J., Greenacres Lodge, 

Oldham 
Nicholson, Esq., R., Whinfield, Southport 
Nield, Esq., J., Dunster, Rochdale 
*Norreys, Esq., R. H., Davyhulmo Hall, 

Manchester 
North, Esq., N., Thurland Castle, Kirkby 

Lonsdale 
Ogden, Esq., J. R., Lakefield, Sa-m-ey, 

Windermere 
Oliverson, Esq., R., 37, Gloucester Square, 

Hyde Park, London, W. 
Ormerod, Esq., A., Ridgefoot House, Tod- 

morden 
Ormerod, Esq., J., Halliwell Lodge, Bolton 
Pagan, Esq., J. T., Oak Lodge, Guildford 
Paiey, Esq., T. C, Cartmel, Carnforth 
Park, Esq., J., OUerton Hall, Chorley 
Park, Esq., W. P., Altadore, Fulwood, 

Preston 
Parker, Esq., E., Bro-vvnsholme Hall, 

Clitheroe 
*Parker,Esq.,T. T.,To^vnley-Cuerden Hall, 
Preston chester 

Peacock, Esq., R., Gorton Hall, Man- 
Pearson, Esq., H., Parrs House, Heaton 

Mersey, Manchester 
Pearson, Esq., J., Golbome Park, Newton- 
le- Willows [Preston 

Redder, Esq., CD., Moss House, Farington, 
Redder, Esq., R., Finsthwaite, TJlverston 
Redder, Rev. W., The Vicarage, Garstang 
Peel, Esq., J., Knowlmero Manor, Clitheroe 
Peel, Esq..AV., Knowlmere Manor, Clitheroe 
*Pendcr, Esq., m.p., J., Arlington Street, 
London 



1882.] LANCASTER. 

Peimington,Esq.,Il.,"WestfieldHouse,Eugby 
Pennington, Jun., Esq., R., MuDcastcr 

Hall, Eainford, St. Helen's 
Perkins,Esq. , Hugli,FulwoodPark,Liverpool 
*Petre, Esq., H., Dunkenhalgh, Accrington 
Petrie, Esq., J., Springfield House, Eochdalo 
*Philips, Esq., m.p., R. N., Chairman 

of Bury Bench, The Park, Manchester 
Pilkington, Esq., G., Stoneleigh, Woolton, 

near Liverpool 
*Pilkington, Esq., J., Blackburn 
Pilkington, Esq., E., Eainford Hall, St. 

Helen's 
Pilkington, Esq., T., Lyme Grove, Prescot 
Pilkington, Esq., W., Eoby HaU, Liverpool 
Pilkington, Esq., m.d., W. H., Clayton 

House, Clay ton-le-Moors, near Accrington 
Pilkington, Major W. VV., Chairman of St. 

Hehns Bench, Cowley Hill, St. Helen's 
Piatt, Esq., E., Stalybridgc 
Piatt, Esq., S. E., Wemeth Park, Oldham 
Pochin, Esq., H. D., Barn Ebns, Barnes, 

Surrey, S.W. 
Pole, Esq., C. C, Stableford, near Bridg- 
north, Salop 
Porritt, Esq., J., Stubbins Vale House, 

Eamsbottom 
Potter, Esq., E. C, Eusholme House, 

Manchester 
Potter, Esq., J. G., Ernsdale, Over Darwen 
*Potter, Esq., m.p., T. B., Buile Hill, 

Pendleton, Manchester 
Pownall, Esq., J., Windle HUl, Neston, 

Cheshire 
Powys, Hon. L. W. H., Bewsey Old Hall, 

Warrington 
Prescott, Esq., J., Dalton, Wigan 
Preston, Esq., G. T. E., EUel Grange, 

Lancaster 
EadclifFe, Esq., J., Balderstone, Eochdale 
*Eadcliffe, Esq., J., Bryn Dinarth, near 

Conway 
Eadclifle," Esq., T. H., Hartford House, 

Oldham 
EafHes, Esq., T. S., Liverpool 
*Eamsden, Sir J. , Fui-ness Abbey, Barrow- 

in-Fxu'ness 
Eanken, Esq., "W. B., Hoddlesden, Over 

Darwen 
*Eathbone, Esq., m.p., W., Greenbank, 

Liverpool 
Eawlinson, Esq., R., 4, Lansdowne Villas, 

Cheltenham 
Rawlinson, Esq., G. R., Graythwaite, 

Ulverston 
*Rawstorne, Esq., L., Hutton Hall, Preston 
RajTier, Esq., W., Stockport 
Redmayne, Esq., G., Brathay Hall, Amble- 
side 
Eeyner, Esq., A. E., Thomfield Hall, 

Ashton-under-Lyne 
Eeyner, Esq., J." B., Thomfield Hall, 

Ashton-under-Lyne 



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Eickards, Esq., C. H., Seymour Grove, 

Old Traiford, Manchester 
Eidehalgh, Esq., G. J. M., FeU Foot, 

Newby Bridge, Ulverston 
Eigby, Esq., J., Chorley 
Eigby, Esq., S., Bruche Hall, Warrington 
*Rigge, Esq., H. F., Chairman of Cartmel 

Bench, Wood Broughtou, Grange 
Riley, Esq., J., Oldham 
Riley, Esq., T., Ewood Hall, Mythomroyd 
Roberts, Esq., W., Beech Mount, Blundell 

Sands, near Liverpool 
Robinson, Esq., W., Eeedley Bank, Burnley 
Rodgett, Esq., E., Preston 
Rome, Esq., W., jMclling Hall, Lancaster 
RothweU, Esq., R. R., Sliarples Hall, Bolton 
Rowland, Esq., J., Thorncliftc, Roj-ton, 

near Oldham 
*Rowley, Esq., A. B., Hurst, Ashton- 
under-Lyne 
Rowley, Esq., W. T., The Grange, Hurst, 

Ashton -under- Lync 
*Royds, Esq., A. 11.", Falinge Lawn,Rochda.le 
Royds, Rev. C. T., Heysham, Lancaster 
*Royds, Esq., C. M., Greenhill, Rochdale 
Eoyds, Esq., E. A. N., BrownhiU, Rochdale 
Royle, Esq., P., m.d., The Oaks, Greenhays, 

Manchester 
Rushton, Esq., J., Forest House, New- 

church-in-Eossendale 
Rushton, Esq., T. L., Moor Piatt, near 

Bolton 
RussoU, Esq., J. A., 2, Harcourt Buildings, 

Temple, London, E.C. 
Eylands, Esq., J., Thelwall Grange, near 

Warrington 
Eylands, Esq., J., Longford Hall, Strct ord, 

Manchester 
Eylands, Esq., m.p.. P., Massey Hall, Thel- 
wall, Warrington [Wigan 
St. George, Rev. H., Billinge Parsonage, 
*Sandbach, Esq., W. E., 10, Prince's Gate, 

Hyde Park, London, S.W. 
*Sattcrthwaite, Esq., E. H., Lancaster 
Saunders, Esq., U. M., Wenmngton Hall. 

Lancaster 
*Sawrey, Esq., J., Broughton Tower, 

Ulverston 
♦Schneider, Esq., H. W., Belsfield, Win- 

dennere 
Schwabe, Esq., F. S., Ehodes House, 

Middleton, Manchester 
*Seel, Esq., T. M., Huyton Hey, Prescot 
Seville, Esq., T., Bh-the House, Southport 
Shaw, Esq., H., Highfield. Blackbui-n 
Shaw, Esq., E., Colne Hall, Colne 
Shawcross, Esq., W. T., Foxholes, Eochdale 
Shorrock, Esq., E., Low Hill House, LoAver 

Darwen 
Shuttleworth, Bart., Sir- U. J. Kay, Gaw- 

thorpe Hall, Burnley 
Sidebottom, Esq., A. K., Whitegates, 

Mottram, Cheshii-e 



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THE COtTNTT COMPANION. 



Sillar, E^q., Z. 

Silvester, Lieut.-Col. F., North Hall, 
Standish, Wigan 

Simpson, Esq., A., Elmhurst, Garstang 

Smethm-st, Esq., A. C, Chamock House, 
Choiiey 

Smethurst, Esq., A. W., Rookwood, 
Chorley 

Smith, Esq., D., Spring Cottage, Hey wood 

Smith, Esq., F., Bridgwater Offices, Man- 
chester 

Smith, Esq., J. B., Barkeley House, Sea- 
forth, Liverpool 

Smith, Esq., J. T., Crosslands, Barrow-in- 
Furness 

Smith, Esq., W., 1, Scarishrick Street, 
Southport