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PREFACE. 




O compile a correct list of every house- 
holder in a town like Cambridge, arrange 
in streets, and classify under various 
callings, or as private residents, is a task of 
some difficulty : the Publisher of this Directory, 
however, ventures to hope that his efforts to 
accomplish this end may be considered to have 
been successful. He desires also to tender his 
sincere thanks to all who have assisted by fur- 
nishing or revising information, and trusts that 
this Book (the third ** Street and General 
Directory of Cambridge" which he has com- 
piled) may prove generally useful. 



(iEirntlattns i^Snatg, 

43, Sidney Street, 

Cambridge. 
June^ iSSi. 






^^f ISS BOWEN is assisted in the work of the School by 
,4^^t English and Foreign Governesses and Masters. 

Michaelmas Term begins October i, ends December i8. 
Lent Term „ January 27 „ April 30. 

Summer Term „ May 15 „ August 14. 

Two whole holidays are given in each term. Work is suspended 
for the three days before and the two days after Easter Day. 

The fees for lessons given by Masters (not in class) vary according 
to the Master^ charges. 

Pupils are prepared for the Cambridge Local Examinations, 
and taken when thought desirable to the University Lectures. 

Arrangements can be made for remaining to dinner and joining, 
the resident pupils in walking, 

A TEAM'S NOTICE IS REgjIBED BEFORE THE REMOML DF A PUPIL. 



The KINDEB-GABTEN DEPARTMENT is intended for young 
cbfldren under sa years of age. The system of teathing is specially designed 
Co interest and amu^ while it instructs. Amusements and occupations ore 
largely employed lo train the little ones in habits of observation and order, and 
their senses are educated, while no strain is put upon their mental or physical 
energies. The Kinder-garten system is universally adopted in Germany as 
introductory to the School proper. At six years of age the children go mto 
the " Transition Class," which prepares them for the School, which they enter 
at seven. This system has, wherever adopted, been found lo be a great success 
both in making UtUe children happy, and in preparing them and laying a 
thorough foundation for their after Schoolwork. 



I EUTDBH-aAKTBH 1 



M. BOWEN. 



INDEX 



OF 



OFFICIAL AND OTHER INFORMATION 









PAOS 


Banks 






• • X. 


Carriers . . 




• • • • 


xviii. 


Census 






. • xxiii. 


Colleges— 








Cavendish 




• • • • 


lii. 


Christ's . . 






• . xliii. 


Clare 




• • • • 


xxxiv. 


" Corpus Christi 






.. xxxviii. 


Do"^ing 




• • • • 


H. 


Emmanuel 






. . xlix. 


Grirton 




• • • • 


lii. 


Gonville and Caius 






• . xxxvi. 


Jesus 




• • • • 


xlii. 


King's 






.. xxxix. 


Magdalene 




• • • • 


xlvi. 


Newnhani 






.. lii. 


Pembroke 




• • • • 


XXXV. 


Queen's "1. 






.. xH. 


Ridley Hall . . 




• • • • 


li. 


S. Catharine's 






. . xlii. 


S. John's 




• • • • 


xliv. 


S. Peter's 






. . xxxiv. 


Selwjm 




• • • • 


m. 


Sidney Sussex 






.. 1. 


Trinity 




• • • • 


xlvii. 


Trinity Hall 






. . xxxvii. 


Commissioners (Cambridge 


Improvement) 


iv. 


Committees of Commissioners 


.. vi. 


Commissioners to Administer Oaths 


iv. 


Council (Town) 


• • 


• • • • 


• 

.. 1. 


Council (University) 




• • • • 


xxxi. 


Committees of Council 


• • 


• • • • 


.. u. 


County Court 




• • • • 


xxvii. 



VI 



INDEX OF OFFICIAL AND OTHER INFORMATION. 



1 




PAQl 


Crane's Charity, Distributors of 


. • 


iv. 


Dissenting Chapels 


. • 


.. xvii. 


Fire Brigade 


• . 


X. 


Gas Light Company 


. • 


.. ix. 


Guardians of the Poor 


• . 


• • 

vu. 


Hobson*s Workhouse Charity 


. . 


.. iv. 


Institutions, Societies, etc. . . 


. • i 


xxviu. 


Members of Parliament 


« . 


. • xxii. 


Pillar Posts 


. . < 


xxvi. 


Places of Worship (Churches)— 






All Saints 


• • 


xi. 


S. Andrew the Grreat 


. • 


.. xi. 


S. Andrew the Less (otherwise Barnwell) 


xi. 


The Abbey 


• • 


. . xii. 


S« John . . . . 


• • 


• • 

xu. 


S. Philip .. 


• • 


.. xii. 


S. Barnabas . . . . 


• • 


• • 

xu. 


S. Benedict 


• . 


• • • 

.. xm. 


S. Botolph 


. • 


• • • 

xm. 


S. Clement • • • • 


• • 


. • xiii. 


S. Edward 


. • 1 


• •• 

xm 


S. Giles . . . . 


• • 


.. xiv. 


S.Peter 


• * . 


xiv. 


Holy Sepulchre 


• • 


.. xiv. 


Holy Trinity . . 


• . . 


xiv. 


d. x^uKe • • • • « • 


• • 


.. XV. 


S. Mary the Great 


• • • 


XV. 


S. Mary the Less 


. . 


.. XV. 


S. Mark 


• • • 


XV. 


S. Matthew 


. • 


. . x\'i. 


S. James the Less 


• • * 


xvi. 


S. Michael's 


• • 


.. xvi. 


S. Paul's 


• • • 


xvi. 


S . Andrew (Roman Catholic) . . 


• • 


.. xvi. 


Postal and Telegraphic Information 


• • • 


xxiv. 


Professors 


. . 


. . xxxi. 


Public Buildings connected with University 


xxxiii. 


Public Officers 


. • 


.. vii. 


Rifle Corps 


• • • 


ix. 


Surrogates 


. • 


.. iv. 


Storey's Charity, Governors of 


• « « 


iv. 


Tramways 


• • 


.. xxvii. 


University Officers 


• • • 


xxxi. 


Waterworks Company . . 


• . 


.. xxxi. 



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Proel'i PuHVS 


"l! 


Honey Hill 


"4? 


Corpufl BuiWinga '.'.'. 




FuUer-. WBlk 




HoeperStreet 




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4S 


Cro&n Cottaeea" ' 


65 


Oaiden Cottages 
Garden CottagBB 

Gailioli Ho* 

OeldartS^et '.'.'. Z 

Oeldan Terrace 

Oenlle-a OoDiC 


la 


Huntiugdon VillM ... 


48 


Orou KejB Tud 

Cnu at.iCoTentOudmi 

Orown Court 

OypinaHoid 

Cuntom Sa<«t, Stiuton 


M 


1 


Hyde Park Comer ... 
InTememTorraoe 


M 


Blieet 


iS 


Jameg' CotCagee 
Jamei' Temwe '.'.'. 


48 


Datbr SOeet, Nnmhun 




GenrgeBtreet 


73 


71 


Cioft 


as 


Globe Pa«ge 








DeTOtHlire H»d 




01ouooiterPM«»ge ... 


SC 


John Street, raty Raid 

SpS^e ;■.; ;■.: 




IHuooDdOinrt 


P 


Olouowter Flaoe, Fitiroy 




,11 


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OIouoeeterPlBoe'" '.'.'. 






DoTSt Street. JMX Road 
Smnuiw Arotmy 


iw 


QlonoMlM EirMt, Castle 


90 


7! 


OowningOirart 


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3S 


OonrillePUoa 




KinRVCourt '.". '.'.. 

King"! Lane 

King-i Parade 

King Btreet 

Kioe'a Head Yard ... 
Klngilon aneat 




Downing Street 


as 




11 




DBwninv TBmus 
DnArf. BpriDg 

AndioVs aoed 


SB 
>7 


Oalhio Btteet,' "Suoii 

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Qiafton Street 

OnnnRoad '.'.'. ".'. 
Gn^Pi™ 


117 


51 

M 


BuIHtHLd '.'.'. '.'. 


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Oranteheetcr Meadosi 


3B 
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43 


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Ebenraei CulUiges 






M 


BdaiPlKB ... .. 




as 

40 






Eden Street. Fitaroy 


an 


Qr«n Biroei 

Oaildbai! FluH 

Guildhall Street 
O;^^; Cottages 


Little B. Mary's Laoe"' 
Little 8. Mai7'»Tetiii« 


be 


BlinTd Slnet, Upper 


ItlO 


L.IOO Cottages .. 
London He K. W. By 


34 


Gwydir Btioet 
EkiD'HYiird 


SB 


Ovydir Street (Upper) 


la 


Cotlagea 


41 


Ellin' Court 


109 










ElDMTemoo 




Halifax Read 


49 






KljPUoe 

ElmStieet 


31 


Eail'BPa»Hg« 

Hsrdnnke Street, Newn - 




sa;?.»s. :; 


57 


Emerj Blniet 




bamCro/l 




^d>B Caaneiray 


SB 


Enummuel Ro»d 






9i 


JeelmPUDB 




Emmamiel Street 








aloolin Street 


n 


ETUI'9 i'>i93Sge 
















Hatt'.Tard 




3Sf ;:: :; 


77 


Fair Street 








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as 


Henley Head 




Uarket Puaa«e 


n 


FemPath 

H«lJ'> Court 




HoBley TerrSM 




arketPlaor 


BO 




Herbert Street, Cheater- 




arkelBtteal 




Hriier-BLana 




teuBiiEd 




arjhall's Court 




FiOiB Btteet 


lis 


Berben Street, ITortolk 








^tMToj Stnet 

RuwflliamBoad 


101 


Hills Road" 


43 


Muoa'Bcimrt ... 


IS 


Kt*wUli™Str.et 










M 




101 






erton Arms Yard '." 




nelshet'i Yard " 




HobartBoad '.'.'. '.'. 




ertcn Cottage. 








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erton Passage ... 




Free Setool Lane 










Friendly PlaoB 


27 


HoUmniy Cettagee 


s 




ei 



MillM'e PuBsagB'" "' 


IDl 


Picterel turd '" 


uaiiEBn'H Cottigea ... 




Pike's Talk '.'.'. 


Mill Lane 




PlantaUonKow,., 


Line" 


83 


Pleaaant How ... 
Forcher'4 Vifsage 


Uill 8t.,C<ireiit Ouden 






MiUiKttn's Buildings ., 




PorlUKol Place ."! 


MilUnBoKa T7 ... 






IfcnlByBYard 












Mount PlMsant 


es 








PrimrobeTetmce 


Htl»nTaiTa<ie 

New Court 


]§ 


Priory Street,' Hun 

aonBoBd 
^lor'.BuildingB 


H™ Out or ■■ Byibnaii"' 
ChBitaton Bosd ... 


B3 


PrDTidenoe Tomoa 
PuJling Tetnue ... 




74 


QusySide ^ 

fiueen's Cmirt *"." 
eWBan-.Lane ... 


Keiroliam 




Neimbinn Street 


Tfl 



north Terraoe ... 

Kortli Tetnioa 

TTortliamitEon Strpet ... 
Vonrich Btnec 

Ooonpition Road, Ntm- 

mariiet Road 

OomiMtion Bosd, Tic- 

Onhard Street 

OH Oro« Keys Yard ... 



Pandiss Street .. 



Bam Yard, BridgBStrect 90 



BuwellPliiM 




B. John's Street 



Krraoa ... 119 



B. UjitUieWa Btreet " 




B. Potrr'a Court 


W 


8. PeUi-B Slraat 


99 






a! Petef » Temwe '.'. 




3, P»ul'aBea4 








b! Philip-a TetiaOB '.'. 




a.TibbBBow 


W 


iSSjLSi'a-B^is 1 


Suou Slreiit, FintOD St 




School House luw. Eut 


lOT 


Road 


100 






Bbli-Fo" ia^, Viotori^ 




Boad 




Sedgewiok Street 


2 


Bolwyn Teiraoo '.'.'. '.'. 
Hepnlchre Passage 






Bhaarack Pa«;u:e 
Sheep's Green, Little 8. 


73 


MaryaLane 




Sheep's Oreen, Mill Lane 




BhaUyBow 




Short Street 


m 


SidneyPiaoe 




Sidney Street .. 




BUYSrSCreet 




Sleaford Street 


m 


flmarfs Bo», Btailhrd 








Bi^thfieldTerraw '.'. 


48 


Snow's Yard 




SouQiatMet 




Spoiled Cow Yard 








Spoiled Leopard Passage 


10 


Springfield Oottagei .. 

■■CSS"""" 


105 


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INDEX. 



Sun Street ... 
Sussex Street 

Sussum's Yard ... 

Swann's Court ... 

Tabernacle "Row, Sun 
Tan Yard 
Trafalgar Road ... 
Trafalgar Street 
Trafalgar Terrace 
Tennis Ck>urt Road 
Tennis Court Terrace 
Terrace Lane, Saxon 
The Paddock ... 
Thoday Street ... 
Thompson's Lane 
Thorpe, Cottages 
Thorpe Yillas ... 
Trinity Lane 
Trinity Plaoe ... 



PAGE 

... 72 
... 108 
... 11 
... 52 



St. 



St. 



72 

67 

18 

18 

18 

109 

109 

109 

110 

65 

109 

69 

65 

HI 

52 



Trinity Street ... 
Trumpington Road 
Trumpington Street 
Tunwell's Yard ... 



PAOB 

.. 110 
.. Ill 
.. 112 
.. 113 



Union Place 116 

Union Road 114 

Union Street 115 

Union Terrace, Mill Rd. 115 

Yicar's Buildings ... 99 
Yictoria Asylum ... 117 

YictoriaRoad 116 

Yictoria Street 118 

YineryRoad 65 

Wallis*sYard 50 

Walnut Tree Lane ... 75 
Warboy'sYard 16 



PAGE 

Warkworth Street, Park 

Side ... ... 

Warren's Yard ... 
Warren Yard ... 
Warwick Place ... 
Wellington Street, New 

market Road ... 
Wentworth Terrace 
Wesley an Terrace 
West Road, Newnham 
Wheeler Street ... 
White's Buildings 
Whyman's Lane 
Willow Place ... 
Willow Walk ... 
Wray's Court ... 



York Street 

York Terrace, York St. 



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BOROUGH OF CAMBRIDGE. 




COUNCIL. 
John Death, Esq., Mayor. 



18S3. 
John Death 

Thos, H, Naylor 
Tuos, Reed 

ChAS. WlSBEY 



ALDERMEN. 
Tirm ef OgUe Expira : 



Arthur Deck 
John Deighton 
Saml. Peed 
Henry Range 



COUNCILLORS. 
Terni of Office ExpirtS : 



EAST BAEirWELIi WARD. 

Charles Wisuev, Aidertnatt. 



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WEST BARNWEIiI. WAED. 

Thos. Reed, Alderman, 
Cm^riikig lAe Parishes o/S. Benedict and lit West jxirl afS. Aadrrw-lit-Uss, 
KoBXKT C. BUHROWS I Henry Tkomas Hau. I John Webb 
Akthdk Rdttek I TH0UA3 Nichols | 




MARKET WJlKD. 

Arthur Dhck, Alda-matt, 
Comprising the ParUkts of S. Edward, S. GiUs, and S. Mary-the-Grtai. 
Edwasd Bell I W. Beales Redparn I Augustus G. Ekin 

Geo. Scales | Charles Turner | Walter Bzll 

TEOriTT WARD. 

John Death, Aldtrman. 
Comprising the Parisha of S. Bololph, S. CUmint, S, Sepidckri and Holy Trinity. 
Ckarlbs Ingrkv I John Moden I Joseph Lawrence 

R. Reynolds Rowe | Walter Flack | Charles W. Palmer 

S. AJSTJREWB WARD. 

Joseph Cooke, Alderman. 



Robert Ellis 



COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL, 1881. 

Aseesament Committee.— Mr, AM. Lyon, Mr. Aid. Ranee, Mr. Aid. 
Reed, Mr, Aid. Wisbey, Mr. Bond, Mr. Clayton, Mr. R. Ellis, Mr. Lawrence, 
Mr. Lee, Mr. Leonard, Mr. Rutter ; Juslicts of the /Vocf— The Rev. E H. , 
Perowne, D.D., E. J. Monlocli, Esq., Swann Hunell, Esq.; Elected , 
Guardians — Messrs, Banyard, Basham, Bullock, Campkin, Catling, Cooke, j 
Haggis, and Young. 



Charities Committee.^Mr. Mayor, Mr. Aid. Cooke, Mr, Aid. Peed, 
Mr. E. Bell, Mt. Bowes, Mr. Burrows, Mr. Clayton, Mr. A. T. Eilis, Mr. R. 
Ellis, Mr. Flack, Mr. Leonard, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Rutter. 

Commons Committee. — Mr. Mayor, Mr. Aid. Deck, Mr. Aid. Lyon, 
Mr, Aid. Wisbey, Mr. R. Ellis, Mr. H. T, HaU, Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Redfam, 
Mr. Rutter, Mr. Scales, Mr. Turner, Mr. Webb. 

rinance Committee. — Mr. Mayor, Mr. Aid. Coolie, Mr. Aid. Reed, 
Mr. Banham, Mr. Basham, Mr. E. Bell, Mr. Bond, Mr, Burrows, Mr. Clayton, 
Dr. Cooper, Mr. A. T. Ellis, Mr. Ingrey, Mr. Nichols, Mr. iiowe. 



Oeneral Purpoaee Committee. — Mr. Mayor, Mr. Aid. Ranee, Mr. 
AM. PeeJ, Mr. Aid, Reed, Mr. Basham, Mr. Bond, Mr. CoctereU, Mr. Ekiii, 
Mr, R. Eilis, Mr, Lawrence, Mr. Leonard, Mr. Moden. 

QmldhaU Committee.— Mr. Mayor, Mr. Aid. Peed, Mr. Bnnham, Mr. 
Basham, Mr. W. Bell, Mr, Bond, Mr. R. Ellis, Dr, Garrett, Mr. Lee, Mr. 
Moden, Mr. Nichols, Mr. Redfam, Mr. Scales. 

liease Committee. — Mr. Mayor, Mr, Aid. Cooke, Mr. Aid. Lyon, Mr. 
Aid. Reed, Mr, Aid. Wisbcy, Mr. E. Bell, Mr. Burrows, Mr. Cockerell, Dr. 
Cooper, Mr. logrey, Mr. Leonard, Mr. Redfam, Mr. Roive, Mr. C. Turner, 

Library Committee. — Mr. Mayor, Mr, Aid. Deck, Mr. Bowes, Mr. 
Burrows, Mr. Claylon, Mr. Cockerell, Mr, A. T. Ellis, Mr. R. Ellis, Mr. W, 
FUck, Mr. H. T. Hall, Mr. Lee, Mr, Redfam, Mr. Webb, and the felleming 
IitAaHlaMs :—l/Li. James Spicer Banyard, Mr. William Ellis, Mr. G. P. 
Favell, Mr. Filch, Mr. John E. Foster, M,A,. Mr. Wm. Hanchett Hattersley, 
Mr. Swonn Hurrell, Mr, Harry Jolinson, Mr. E, Moi^an Jones, Mr. W. E, 
Lilley, jun., Mr. F. Piggott, Mr. W. P. Spalding, Mr. J. E. L. Whitehead, 

. Committee. — Mr. Mayor, Mr. Aid, Ranee, Mr. 

Market Committee,— Mr. Mayor, Mr. Bond, Mr. W. Bell, Mr, Clayton, 
Mr. A, T. Ellis, Mr. M. T. Hall, Mr. Ingrey, Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Moden, 
Mr. Palmer, Mr. Turner. 

Parliainentary Committee. — Mr. Mayor, Mr. Aid. Cooke, Mr. Aid, 
Ranee, Mr. Bond, Mr. Cockerell, Dr. Cooper, Mr. Ekin, Dr. Garrett, Mr. 
Moden, Mr. Nichols, Mr. Redfam, Mr. Turner, Mr. Webb. 

School Attendance Committee. — Mr. AM. Cooke, Mr. AM. Peed, 
Mr. Aid. Reed, Mr. Bowes, Mr. Clayton, Mr. Flack, Mr. H. T. Hall, Mr. 
Lawrence, Mr. Nichols, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Lee. 

Watch CommittoQ.— Mr. Mayor, Mr. Aid. Ranee, Mr. AM. Deck, Mr. 
Aid. Deighton. Mr. Aid. Lyon, Mr. AM, Peed, Mr. AM. Wiabey, Mr. Basham, 
Mr. H. T. Hall, Mr. Nichols ; Unrusrsity Mimiirs—Rev. E. W, Blore, M.A., 
Rev. W. M. Gunson, M,A., Rev. E. H. Morgan, M.A., Rev. J. Porter, M.A„ 
E, Temperley, Esq., M.A, 

1*10181066 of the Cambridge Borough Charities, —Mr. Dennis 
Adams, Mr. Gilbert Ainslie, Mr, W. K. Bird, Mr. E. Beales, Mr. W. Clayton, 
Mr. Joseph Chater, Mr. T. Dixon, Mr. G. E. Foster, Mr. J. Hough, Mr. W. 
E. Lilley, Mr, J. O. Pain, Mr. J, Nutter, Mr, E. Wayman. C/tri ta tht 
Trusts— Mr. W. Purchas, 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY— OFFICIAL INFORMATION. 



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HobBon'a WorkhoUHe ChBXity.—Vtiiva-stly Gaaenturs — The Rev. 
the Vice -Chancellor ; the Rev. the Master Christ's Colleee; the Rev. the 
Master S. John's College ; the Rev. the Master Sidney .Sussex College; the 
Rev. the Master Magdalene College ; Professor Liveing, M.A., j and Rev. 
W. M. Gunson, Christ's College. 



Dialributors of Crane's Charity.— The Rev. the Vice-Chancellor ; 
the Rev. Master Gonviile and Caius College; Professor Weslcott, D.D., ; 
Professor Paget, M.D., F.R.S., Professor Clatlc, LL.D. ; R. M. Faweett, 
Esq., M.D. ; the Mayor, Aid. S. Peed, Councillors Bashsro, Bond and Moden. 
atri—Mr. T. M. Francis. 

Oovemora of Storey's Charity. 
S, John's College, and the Kev. the Mas 
Mr. T. M. Francis. 

Commiaaionera in Cambridge to AdminiBter Oaths In the 
Supreme Courts of Judicature. — F, P. Adcocfc, R. C. Burrows, John 
Eaden, John F. Eaden, J. Ellison, Jos. D. Fetch, Edmond Foster, Reuben 
Ginn, Charles F. Jarrold, Chas. W. Palmer, Samuel Peed, W, Peed, 
James W. Prior. Henry Ranee, E. Waymon, H. J. Whitehead. 

BnrrosateB residing in Camiriif^i afpointti 6y tie Ckancdlsr, and having 
yitrisdictiim Ihrmtshout Ihe Diccesi .-—Rev. John Martin, M.A., Park Terrace, 
and Rev. E. Ventris, M.A., 3, S. Minver Terrace, Bateman St. Having 
yuriidiclion in the Archdeaconry of Ely only ;— Rev. H. Hall, M.A., St. 
Paul's Vicarage. 

ConmuBsionerB for Taking the Acknowledgement t)f Seeds 
by Married Women. — Samuel Peed, Jas. Wm. Prior, Henry Ranee, 
Ephraim Wayman, John Eaden, Joseph Deacon Fetch. 



CAMBRIDGE IMPROVEMENT COMMISSIONERS. 

(URBAM SANITARY AUTHORITY.) 



Offloera of the CommiBHioners, OuUdhall, Cambridge. 
yCiatrman—Mr. John Eaden. Clerk— illi. C. W, Palmer. Survew 
FMr. W. J. Bowycr. Medical Offica- of Health— Vix. Bushcll Anmngson, fc 
\ Clerk Auountant—Vii. C. J. Baker. (Ex-offiao S.) 




University. 
Ckmallur — His Grace Ihe Duke of Devonshire, K.G., Devonshire House, 

Piccadilly. 
High Siavard—T'he Right Hoa, the Earl Powis, 45, Berkeley Square, London. 
K^amta&vis in Parliament— 'Y^n Right Hon. S. H. Walpole, M.P., 109, 
_ Ea ton Square, London. A. J. Beresford-Hope, Esq,, M.P., i, Connaught 

^^^^■iee, London. 

^^^■■(P;;;;)'— Williun Forsyth, Esq., Q.C., M.P., 61, Rutland Gate, I^ndon. 
^^^HE" Borough. 

^^^^SbtEWr-ff—His Grace the Duke of Devonshire, K.G. 

THt^&-— J. R. Bulwer, Esq., Q.C., II, King's Bench Walk, London. 

tstntatives in Parlianicnl—ymWaia Fowler, Esq., M.P., Forest House, 
Lejtonstone, Essei. Hi^h Shield, Esq., Q.C., M.P., 13, King's Bench 
Walk, Temple, London. 
Appointed b? the UnlTersity. (36.) The Revds. the Masters of 
Christ's, Clare, Corpus Christi, Downing, Emmanuel, Jesus, Magdalene, 
Fembroke, Sidney Sussex, S. Catharine's, S. John's, S. Heter's and Trinity 
Collies J the Rev. the Provost of King's College ; the Rev. the President of 
Qneep's College ; the Master of Trinity Hall ; the Master of Caius College ; 
S, T. Caldwell, Corpus Christi College; Rev. E. T. S. Carr, S. Catharine's 
Collie; Rev. J. W, Cartmell, Christ's College; G. F, Cobb, Trinity Collie ; 
]. D. H. Dickson, S. Peter's College; Dr. Drosier, Caius College; Lucas 
Burbaiik, CUre Collie ; Rev. J. F. Hardy, Sidney Sussex College ; Rev. F. 
' —- ■ • Trinity Hall ; Francis Paltrick, Magdalene College ; Dr. Perkins, 



Appointed by tlie CoiinoiL (15.) To continue until January, 
18S2.— Messrs. Aldermen Cooke, Death, Peed, Reed, Wisbey ; Wm. Bond, 
William Clayton, William Cockerell, Robert Ellis, Henry Thomas Hall, 
Joseph Lawrence, Heniy Lee, Jeremiah Leonard, William Beales Rcdfaro. 

OOMMIBSIONBBS BI.BCTBD BT THK FABISHSB. <28.) 

To conlinui until Easier, l88j. 
<(i!(5aiWj— Elliott Smith and Elias Bland. 
S. Andreui-lht-Gnal—GeQ^gs William Fitch and 

S. Andrfoi-the-Less—ioba William Cooper, LL.D., and Arthur Rutter. 
S. fintaft-;— John Swan and James Hough, 
i, flitto^— William Crabb Hall and William Milner Fawcelt. 
■I. Wow«/— James Spicer Banyard and Robert Felton. 
& Edward— tLixV-ar Deck and James R. Ling, 
i cues— J. A. Wootten and William Collin. 

S. Mary-tMe- Great— ^m. Hanchard Haltersley and William L Rowton. 
" "" y'tie-Lcss — Rowland Morris Fawcett and James Hamblin Smith. 

«/— John Phillips Gray and Richard Land Clark. 

^Walter Bell and Charles Turner. 

' ifcSw— John Matlhew and George Ralph Carpenter, 
■■ —John Eaden and Thomas Hunnyhan. 





and Audit.— 7"^^ flfanJaf week previous to laeh Board Sfi^iHg, 
The Cllairnian («-P^ifl). Mr. Caldwell, Mr. R. L. Clark, Mr. 
Claytod, Mr. H. T. Hall, Mr. W. C. Hall, Mr. Haltersley, Mr. Matthew, 
Rev. J. Pieters, Mr. W. I, Rowlon, Mr. Rutter, Mr. E. Smith, Mr. Aldil 
Wright. 

Paving, Drainage and Ughting. — Tht Wednesday p-evieui to each 
Board Meeting, at ii a.m. The Chairman {ei-e^ete), Mr. Bland, Mr, Bond, 
Mr. Cohb, Mr. Cockerell, Mr. Collin. Dr. Cooper, Mr, Aid. Death, Mr. W. 
M. Fawcett. Mr. Fitch, Mr. H. T. Hall. Rev. H. Russell, Mr. A. Rutter, 
Mr. J. Swan, Dr. Westmorland. 

Sanitary-— 72' Friday previous to eaeh Board Meeting, at ii a.m. The 
Chairman {tx-o£icio), Mr. Banyard, Mr. Aid. Deck, Hon. and Rev. L. Neville, 
Mr. R. Ellis, Dr. Fawcett, Mt. Fitch, Mr. H. T. Hall, Mr. Hough, Mr. 
Leonard, Rev. J. Porter, Rev. H. Kussell, Mr. Rutter, Mr. E. Smith, 
Mt. F, Whitling. 

General Purposea, — The Monday prajious to each Board Meeting, at 
II a.m. The Chairman {ex-qgido], Mr, Caldweli, Mr. W. Ciajton, Mr, 
Aid. Cooke, Mr. R. Ellis, Dr. Fawcett, Mr. Fellon, Mr. Gray, Mr. Hattetsley, 
Mr. Wm, C. Hall, Mr. ;. Lawrence, Mr, Ling, Mr. Redfato, Mr. Whitting. 

Parliamentary, — The Chairman {ex-ogkio\ Rev. J. W. Cartmeil, Mr. 
Cockerell, Dr. Cooper, Mr. J. Matthew, Mr, Aid, Feed, Rev. T, Porter, Rev. 
Dr. Phear, Mr. E. Smith, Mr. J. H. Smith, Mr, Turner, Dr. Westmorland. 

Special Committee re Diversion of Sewage. — The Second Thursdcg 
in earh Month, at 12.30. The Chairman [ex-o^o), Mr. Bond, Mr. Cobbi 
Mr. Cockerell, Dr. Cooper, Mr. Aid. Death, Dr. Fawcett, Mr. W. M. Fawcett, 
Mr. H. T, Hall, Mr. Aid. Peed, Rev. Dr. Phear, Rev, J. Porter, Mr. J, H. 
Smith, Rev. C. Taylor, Dr. Weslmorlaod. 

ConservatorB of the Hiver Cam. — Meet on the first Saturday in 
February, May, August, and November, at 12 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Phelps, 
Master, Sidney College; Rev. Dr. Cartmeil, Master, Christ's College; Rev, 
Dr. Atkinson, Master, Clare College; H. W. Pembertoa, Esq., Trumpinffm: 
Ed, Hicks, Esq., M.P., WHbrakam Temple; C. W. Tounley, Esq., Fulbourn: 
W, P. Hamond, Esq., Pampisford Hail; Sidney Stanley, Esq,, Langsloan 
Hall; John Death, Esq. (Mayor), Cambridge; Mr. Joseph Cooke, Cambridgt; 
Mr. J. Webb, Cambridge. Cleri—Mt. T. M, Francis. Surv^or—Ui. Gca 
Carmichael, fVatcrside, Ely. 

£aa Brink Navigation Commissioners. — Mr. Aid. Deck, Mr. Basham, Mr. 
Clayton, Mr. Cockerell, Dr. Cooper, Mr. R. Ellis, Dr. Garrett, Mr. Moden, 
Mr, Nichols, Mr. Palmer, Mt. Rowe, Mr. Scales, Mr. Turner. 

South Level Commisaaner. — Mr. Aid. Racce. 




Cambridge TTnion. — Chairman — Joseph Cooke ; I'ite'Ckairmm — 
Edward Haggis and James Calling; C/eri— Joseph Deacon Fetchj Midieal 
Q^er (0 the Workhouse— ^oh^ Buckingham; Triaiurer—G. E. Foster; 
ifmffftw— E. B. Pcest ; School Enquiry Offkers—1. Masters, P. Beddall, C. 
W. Hillsi Mailer— ^t. Luke Hosegood; Chaplain— 9.zy. G. W. Aspleo, M.A. 

HLHCTHD BY FA BI SEES. 
All Saitiii—^. W. Beales nnd Page WsUis. 
S. Andrtai-l/u-Gnat-F . Piggott and H. Lee. 
S. Andrirui-ihe-Lesi—( East and Wist Barmnell). Eait—J. G. Leonaid, 

G. Bnllock. J. Francis, E. C. Young, J. D. Digby, and J. Buiford. 

ffat—J. Rnlter, W. Baker, J. Rae. 
S. SiHtdia—Vf. Dobbs and J. Calling. 
5. SeialfA — J. Lyon and T, W. Newman. 
S. Cltmeitl—J. S. Banyard and C. Fuicher. 
S. Edward— J. F. Miller and S. C. Barnes. 
S, Gila— I. Brown and J. A. Wootten. 
Boly S^ntlchre-K. W. Dyball and G. R. Carpenter. 
Hilly THmfy—]. Cooke and T. Gray. 
S,Jlfary-Oie-Grfal—&. R. RoweandJ. Oakley. 
& Slary-lhe-Lea-G. Peck and W. Curwain. 
S. Mchad—yi. Bultnan and £. Haggis. 
S. POer—h. S. Campkin and W. Collin, 



PUBLIC OFFICERS FOR THE BOROUGH. 



Hi^h Steuiard—Tht Most Noble William Duke of Devonshire, K.G. 
Burgessis in /fa r/irmmy— William Fowler, Esq,, and Hugh Shield, Esq., Q.C. 
,^enw</irr— Jaines Redfoord Bulwer, Esq., Q.C. 
ytHticis of (he Peace for the Borough — 

John Thomas Abdy, Esq., LL.D.. Gt. Baddow House, Chelmsford. 

Dennis Adams, Esq., Sidney Street. 

Gilbert Ainslie, Esq., Trumpington Street. , 

Charles Balls, Esq., Cherryhiiiton. 

Rev. George Forest Browne, B.D., Bateman Street 

Mosea Browne, Esq., Parker's Piece. 

Charles John Clay, Esq,, M.A., New Road. 

iohn Death, Esq., (Mayor), Poplar House, 
ohn Deighton, Esq.. Hills Road. 
Augustas Goodman Ekin, Esq., Park Side. 
Rowland Morris Fawcett, Esq., M.D., Scrope Terrace. 
, Charles Finch Foster, Esq., Panton Street. 
Georee Edward Foster, Esq., Brooklands Avenue. 
Swann Hnrrell, Esq., Brooltland Place. 
Charles Lestourgeon, Esq., M.A., HuntinEdoo Road. 



DIRECTORY— OFFICIAL INFORMATION. 



Justua of tht Peaetfor lit Boreu^ — eoutitmid. 

George Downing Liveing, Esq., M.A., Newnham. 

Edmund John Mortlock, Esq., M.A„ Benet Street. 

Thomas Hiicke Naylor, Esq., M.A., Chesterton. 

Rev. Richard Okea, D.D., King'a College. 

Rev. Stephen Parkinson, D.D., Newnham. 

Kev. Samuel George Phear, D.D,, Emmanuel College, 

Samuel I'eed, Esq., Lenstietd. 

Rev. Edward Henry Petowne, D.D., {Vice-CAanccller), Corpus Cc 

Rev. Robert Phelps, D.D., Siilney Sussex College- 
Henry Ranee, Esq., S. Andrew's Street. 

Robert Sayle, Esq., S. Andrew's Street. 

Elliot Smith, Esq., Park Side. 
yusHca of thi Peace for Ihe Courtly resident in the Beraugh—^i'&.rta Hnit| 

Edmund John Mortlock, M.A., Elliot Smith. 
Town Clerk— 'E.AtaooA Foster. 
Clerk of the Peaec—CitiVTgf: William Fitch. 

Clerk of the Peace for the Coa«<f^[Office r Shire Hall). Hale Wortham. 
Clerk for the Poor Law Union — Joseph Deacon Fetch. 
Treaiwer — Henry John Whitehead. 
Corona — Henry Gotobed, 
Deputy CuTOBiw— Charles Frederick Jajrold. 
Clerk to the 7«j/ico— John F-aden. 

Clerk to Cambridge Division of County— Chzj^es W. Palmer. ^ 

Bailiffs — William Isaac Basham, William Clayton, Joseph Lawrence, Winli 

Beales Redfam. 
Mayor's Chaplain— Rev. John Barton, M.A, 
Town Sunieyoi — William John Bowyer. 
Clerk to Conservators of River Cam — Thomas M. Francis. 
Clerk to Improvement Commissioners — Charles W. Palmer. J 

Audi/ari—MT. Alderman Reed, David Bradwell Flack, George Peck, G,] 
Cobb, M.A., L. Ewbank, M.A., E. T. Gross, M.A. I 

Captain of Fire Brigade— Uenry Thomas HaU. 1 

Inspector of Giu— Walter Edward Pain. ^ 

I^otary PuSlic-Samael Peed. 
Pailie Analyst—]. West Knights, F.C.S. 
School Attendance O^fw— Fredk. B. Reeve. 

Solicitors to the Association for tlie ProseciUlon of Felons — Joseph Deacon Fetrf 
and Chas. F, Jarrold. J 

Surveyor of Taxes — W. T. Haworth. ■ 

Collector of Inland ^nwniM— William Carling. ■ 

Librarian—lrAm Pint Bamviel! District— John CoUingwOod, % 

Chief Superintendent of Police — William Garnham Turrafl. M 

Fernaie Searcher at the Station — Ann A. Turrall. \ 

Surgeon to lie Palice Force— ^hatras Lucas. 
Medical Officerof Health to Local SanUary Authority— Bash.e]lA-aa\o^paa,yLJi 

I, Ebeneier Pike, Thoml 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY — OFFICIAL INFORMATION. 



Xt^ of the GuUdAaa— James Jacobs. 

Cltlielor ef Martel 7o/ii— Charles Edward Tuiford. 

CoUedor of Com Exchange Z>wj— WUliam Collins. 

Custodian of Iht Corn Exchange — Ebenezer Pike. 

Insp^tor of Waghis and Measure, and Inspfttor under Exfilosiva Act, 

1B75— Joseph Wright. 
fCetper of Callle Maria Weighitig UfacAiiK^Jdha Summers. 
Cler't of Marktl and Imptctor of Lodging Houses, &-c. — Henry Phillips. 
filloSiw— William Carpenter and Chitles Albert Shaw. 
Pmdar of Parker's Piece — Thomas Carpenter, 

Gfiin'bridge TTniverHity and Town Gas Company.— OfEces : 41, 
Sidney Street. Directors— The Rev. Roherl Phelps, D.D., J.P. (CiauTBun) ; 
Dennis Adanis, Esq., J.P.; Charles Balls, Esq., J.P. {Vice-C/iairmeK) ; 
William Clayton, Esq.; John Death, Esq., J.P. Auditors— G. W. Pitch, 
Esq., and Edmond Foster, Esq. Trcasurer-G. E, Foster, Esq. Engineer- 
Thomas Hawkesley, Esq., C.E. Manager — Mr. James Weeks. Aecounlani — 
Mr. F. G. GifTord. iVcretory— Mr. William Peed. 

Cambridge Univereitr and Town Waterworks Compfiny, — 
OEiicea: 4, Benet Street. Direclors—Thc Rev. Richard Oltes, D.D., J.P. 
(Chairman); Elliot Smith, Esq,, J.P,, D,L. {Vice-Lkairman); Dennis Adams, 
Esq., J.P, i Charles Balls, Esq., J.P., D.L, ; Edmond Foster, Esq.; The 
Rev. E. H, Perowne, D.D. ; Tte Rev, Charles Kirby Robinson, D.D. 
Banta-i — Messrs, Mortlock & Co. Engineer and Managei — Henry Torolison, 
Esq., C.E. Secretary — Samuel Peed, Esq, Auditor — Mr. Alderman Deck. 

B.lfl.e Corps.— The First Cambridgkshirk Riflb Voluntesr Corps 
comprises the four Head-Quarter Companies at Cambridge, and the Wisbech, 
Whiltlesea, March, Ely, Saffron Walden and St. Ives Companies. Head 
Quarters — Cambridge, Commanding Officer — Major G. S. HaU. Major — 
J. H. Peppercorn. Adjutant— yii\ot P. B. Schreiber. Surgeoni — Alfred M. 
Jonei, David C, Nicholl and William R. Gmve, M.D. Acting Chaplain— 
RL Rev. James Robert, Lord Bishop of Ely, Quarlermailer—Edviaxd Hills. 

A, E, C and D Head-Quarter Companies. Cafii. Commanding — W. 
M. Fawcett. Cafitains—B. W, Beales, P. S. Knowlea, R. Bowes. 
Lieutenants— Vf. Basham, Henry Tomlison, Arthar William Smith, Chas. T. 
Meycock. Second Lieutenairls—]. J. W, Livett, A. J. Lyon, G. M, Hall, 
Acting Surg/an—G. E, Wherry, M,A.. Trumpington Street Han. CAafi- 



CamlirldgQ Univereitr Bifle Volunteera. — The Tbird Cam- 
BBiDGESHiRE CONSOLIDATED BATTALION. Lieul.-CoUnd—Col. Robert 
Gregory Wale. jWo/oj- — Robert Townley Caldwell, Adjulant-Copt. 
Metcalfe S, Brownrigg, Jlnd Light Infantry. i'ar^wBJ— Edmund Carver, 
Bushell Anningson, M.D. Quarlermasler—F. C. Wace. Treasurer^ 
E. J. Mortlock. Hen. Chaplain— \en. Archdeacon Wm. Emery. Drill 
/aifrw/wj—Sergt, -Major T. Cawdron (late 6oth Rifles), Sergt. -Instructor 
T. Applrn {late 6ath Rifles). 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY — OFFICIAL INFORMATION, 



Any Member of the University wishing to join the Corps as an Enrolled 
Member may do so upon (i) taking the Oath of alleginncc ; (a) paying his 
first annual subscription of ais. 

The Following Challengb Cups ABB Annually Shot fok : — 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales', Long Range, the Peek Bowl, Trinity Coliege 
Fellows', a Challenge Cup in each Company, and a. Silver Bowl for most 
efiicient Company. 

Cambridge Volunteer Pire Brigade. — Eslablished Dictmber i8/*, 
1874. RtH Slalions—So. I.— Police Station, S. Andrew's Street. No. a.— 
Globe, Hills Road. No. 3. — Walnut Tree Lane, Newmarket Road. No. 4. — 
Quay Side, Bridge Street. No. 5.— Back of Guildhall. Firt Escapes— 
Back of Guildhidl. Narwich Union Engini^il. Vinsen, Regent StrecL 
Rsyal Farmers' S'b^iiw— HobsoO StrecL Fhanix—TAWi Lane : keys at Mrs, 
Grcefs, Kiiig's Parade. 



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BANKS. 



(OgUe Haun: g till 4: on Saturdays, Q HI! J') Messrs. Ebenezet B., 
«orge Edward, and Charles F. Foster, CAMBitlDGE and Cambridceshirb 
Bank. Haid Offci—n, Trinity Street, Cambridge. Branches— Hi^ Street, 
Ely ; and High Street, Newmarket. London Agents — Messrs. Prewott, 
Grote, Cave & Co, Branch op thb London 4 County— Mr. J. 
H. S. Sweeting, Manager, Benet Street- Messrs. E. J. Mortlock at)d 
Gilbert Ainslie, Cambeidge Bank. Head Q^e^— Benet Street, Cambridge ; 
Branch — High Street, Ely. London AgnUs — Messrs. Smith, Payne and 

Savings' Bank for Town and County of Cambridge. — 
Zrnttoi— Dennis Adams, Esq., R. M. Fawcett, Esq^, Wm. P. Haraond, Esq., 
Edward Hicks, Esq., M.P., Swann Hurrell, Esq,, Rev. Dr. Phelpi, 1 
Rev. G. B, F. Potticary, Mr. Alderman Reed, C, W. Townley, Esq., 
Rev. C. W. Underwood. Managers — Mr. Ed. Beales, Mr. Robert Bowes, 
M. Browne, Esq., Rev. J, Chapman, W. Clayton, Esq., Mr. Aldensan 
Death, Mr. T. Dixon, CapL Harry Frost, W, H. Hall, Esq., Mr, 
Alderman Naylor, Rev. E. A. Powell, Rev. J. W. Tillbrook. Treaiutvri— 
Messrs. Mortlock & Co, Actuary—Mi. W. Putchas. CasAier—Ut. C. Balls. 
Oerb—l/lt. T. J. H. Hunnybim. A«dUor~Mi. Geo. W. Fitch. NsWlCAWtET 
Branch— Open on Tuesdays, at Mr. Rae's, High Street. 

Govamment Penny Savings' Bank. — EslaMiskcd under The Saving^ 
Bank Act of 1863. CeHtral 0^«--Post Office Terrace, Saturdays, 7 to 8.3O 
p.m. Jcfuary^tHi. R. Peters, jun. Branch O^w— National School, 
Victoria-road, Saturday, 7 to S p.m. j CaiMer—yir. T. D. Barker. Work- 
man's Hall, East Road, Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.m. ; Caikier—iilt. S. G, 
Wheaton. 



CHURCH SERVICES. 

All BaintB. Hymns Used— New Edilion Ancient and Modem. CUrgy— 

Rev. C. B. Drake, M,A., Vicar, li, Queen Ann Terrace, Rev. R. H. 

Ryland, B.A., Assistant Curate. Churchimtrdstu~E. Bland, F. W. 

Talbot. Oaeri-ars—C. Hoppett, R. R. W. Cnnnington, J. N. Moden, 

W. Wright. 
Services, Sltto ays —Celebration of Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Matins, 

with Litany and Sermon at il a.m. on second, fourth, and fifth Sundays. 

Matins, Sermon, and Celebration on first and third Sundays in the raonlh. 

Evensong and Sermon at 6.45 p.m. Aftemooo Service, with Address, 3.30 

p.m. On first Sunday in the month, and at other times according to notice. 
Week Days— Ddly : Evensong, 8 p.m. (eicept on Wednesdays, when 

Evensong is at 7 p.m.), with a Sermon in Advent and X.ent. Celebration of 

Holy Commnnion at 7.45 on ail Red Letter Festivals. 
All Celebrations are plain, onless notice is given to the contrary. In Advent 

and Lent there are Celebrations of (he Holy Communion on Thursdays, and 

Addresses after Evensong on Fridays. 
Parish ConjfuSfeF— Chas. Calver, 26, Park Street, Thompson Pinney, 2, 

Blossom Street. 

B. Andrew- the -Qreat. Hvmns Used — New Edition Ancient and 

Modem. Ciergy—Rev. J. Martin, M.A., tricar, Park Terrace, Rev. A. 

E. Meredith, B.A., Assislant Curate. Churchwardens— Ihas. Diion, 

Jbhn Odell Pain. Overseers— "V! . Hamilton, W, Stevens, Joiin Shrive, 

S. T, Goody. 
Sunday — Matins, &c., at 1 1 a.m. Eveosoog at 3 and 6.45 p.m. Children's 

Service at 3 p.m. the third Sunday in the mouth. 
Week Days — OnWednesd^s, Evensong with Sermon at 7 p.m. On Saints' 

Daj^, Matins at tl a.m. Evensong daily at 4 p.m. during Lent. 
The Holy Eucharist is celebrated on the first Snnday in each month at 3 p.m., 

on the second at 1 1 a.m., on the third and fourth at g a.m., and last at 

Church Tempeiiance Society Meetings— For Children on Mondays 
after first and third Sundays in the month at 6.45 p.m. For Adults on 
Monday after first Sunday at 8 p.m. 

Parish Clerk— V>. Bunting, 17, Earl Street. Parish Constables— %. Barker, 
J, Field's Court, J. Marshall, 40, S. Andrew's Street, C. E. Tuxford, 33, 
Clarendon Street, J, Wright, 65, Regent Street, Askew Wilson. 

B. AndrBw-the-LeBB. (Oiheswise Babnwkll.I CHRIST CHURCH. 
Hyuns Used— Hymnal Companion to the Book of Prayer. Clergy^ 
Rev. H. Trotter, M.A., Vicar, Newmarket Road, Rev. H. D'Arcy 
Champney, B.A., Assistant Curate. Churchwardens— "F . Bailey, J. Francis. 
Ov^seers—G. Bullock, P. H. Young, J. Rae, J. L. Rutter. 

SmmAYS —Morning Service at ir. Afternoon at 3.30. Evensong at 6.45. 

V^ES Days— On Friday Mornings at 11, and Wednesday Eveoingsat 7.30. 




Saints' Days — Morning Semce at ii a.m. 
'nAy Contmunion on Rt^t and third Sundays at 7.4J a.m., and at Evening 
"ervicc; on second and last Sundays at Morning Service ; and (on second '^ 
luiday) at Aftemoon Setvice ; and on tlie last Wcdnesd;!; in tlie month at ■ 
le Evening Serrice. Baptisms oa the last Sunday in the month at the [ 

^Afternoon Servicei and on the second Wednesday in each mouth at Evening ! 
Service. Churchiugs at any of the weelt-day Services, or on Sunday After- 
noons. (There is no fee for Baptism or Churchiugs.) On the first Soudajr 
id the month the Sermon in the Afternoon is addressed to CHILDREN, I 

Parish Clerk— 1. Ulsey, 7, Paradise Street. Sixion—T. Arber, at Back j 
Entrance to the Ceuieteiy, Norfolk Street. Parish CoiistabUs—%. Brown, 
60, East Road, H. Freeman, n, Adam and Eve Row, J. Monel, 21, I 
Bninswick Place, C. Plumb, 29, Russell Street, C. Coote, i;, James Strea, ■ 
T. Crohill, 19, Brunswick Place. 

THE ABBEY CHURCH. HvMNS Used— Hymnal Companion. The | 
Rev. H. L. Mallory, Oakland House, Newmarket Road, Curate-ia-charge, j 

Sundays— Morning Service at 11. Evening at 6.45. Evening Service 
at 7.30 on Mondays, Tbutsdays and Saturdays, and on Tuesdays at 7. On 
Wednesdays and Fridays service is held at Christ's Church or S. John's. 

Holy Commnnion on the first Sunday in the month at Morziing Service, on 
the third after the Eveiung Service, and on the secoud and last Sundays in 
the month at 7.45 a.m. Baptisms on the fitst Sunday in the month at the 
Afternoon Service, and on the third Thursday at the Evening Service. 
Afternoon Service on the first Sunday in the month at 3.J0. Churchiugs at 
any of the daily services. 

S. Jolm's. Hymns Used— Hyranal Companinn. 

Children's Services on Sunday Mornings at ii a.m., (limited to the 
Children in the Sunday Schools,) and on Sunday Evenings at 6 p.m. Holy 
Commnnion on the third Sunday in the month at the Morning Service, and 
the last Sunday at Evening Service. 

Mission Services— On Sunday Evenings at 7.30 p.m,, and on Friday 
Evenings at 7 p.m. 

B, Philip's, Hymns UsED^Hymnal Companion. A new wooden church 
for the portion of the parish beyond the Railway called Butt's Row. 

SUNDATS^Service at 11 a.m, and 7 p.m. WEDNESDAYS^ervice at 7.30 p.m. 

Baptisms and Chnrchings as required. 

1^" An effort is now being made to purchase ground for a school and for a 
permanent church of the ^Inre, since the population is rapidly increasing. 

S. BABJIABA8. A Conventional District formed out of the parts of S. 
Paul's and S. Matthew's Parishes, adjacent to S. Barnabas Church. Rev. 
A. P. Woodhause. M.A., Curate-in-charge, PuUing Terrace, Mill Road. 
Hymns Used— S.P.C.K. Church Hymns. 

Sundays— Morning at i ( a.m.. Afternoon (3rd Sunday in month) at 3 p.m., 
Evening at 7 p.m. Holy Communion on the first Sunday in the month at 
B.45 a.m., on the second Sunday at Morning Service, the last Sunday at the 
Morning and also at the Evening Services. On other Sundays at 8.15 a,— 



Baptisms on the third Sunday in the month aRer the Afternoon Service (which 

is inteoded especially for the Sunday-school children and their parents). 
Wees Days — Tuesday and Friday Motiungs at 7.45 a.m. ; Tuesdays, Thurs- 
days, Saturdays, and Saints' Days, Evenings at 7.30 p.m. 
•,• Choichings after any Setvice on Snndiys or week days. The Beats in 

tliis church are all iree and nnapproprjated. 
B. Benedict. Hymns Used— S.P.CK. Hymns and Appendis. CUrgy— 

Rev. J. T. Lang, M.A., Vkar, Corpus Chnsti College. Churchwardens — 

James Hough, John Swan. Ok«-j«w— A. Sayer, J, S. Wilson, C. W. 

Flack, W. Croach. 
SiTNDAYS — Morning Service at 11 a.m. Aflemoon Service at 3.30 p.m. 

Eveoing Service at 7 p.m. 
Webk Days— Wednesday Evening at 7 p.m. Thni^day Morning at 1 1 a.m. 
PaHsh ConslabU—'E.. Tyler, 39, Regent Street. 
B. Botalph. Hymns Used— Hymns Ancient and Modem. Ctogj-— Rev. 

W. M. Ciunpion, D.D., Rector, Queen's Collepe. Ckurchwardeits—W . 

C. HaU, R. M. Fawcett, M.D. Overseers-C. Pifion, C. Kemp, H, Parker, 

T. Preston. 
Sundays — HolyCommunionat 8a.m. Morning Service at iia.ro. Afternoon 

Service, with Catechising for Children at 3 p.m. Evening Service at 7 p.m. 
Week Days — Morning prayer on Wednesdays and Fridays in Advent, and 

Lent at ia.30 a.m. 
Parish Constable— C. Pilson, Silver Street. 
B. Clament Hymns Used — The New Edition, Hymns Ancient and 

Modem. Clergy— ILev. A. R. Ward, M.A., Vicar, Rev. E. G. Wood, 

M.A., Curate - in • charge, 3, Malcolm Street. Churchwardens — Jos. 

Lawrence, B. A. Starling. Overseers— 'J. B. Sebley, G. Cole, T. Wright, 

H. Mutnford. 
Ordinary SuNDAvs—Celebration 7.45 a.m. Matins, Litany and SemiOD, 

II a.m. Evensong and Sermon, 6.45 p.m. 
Oh FESTrvALS— First Evensong, with Semion (on the eve) 8 p.m. Matins, 

K First Celehration, 7.30 a.m. Second Celebration (Choral), 10 a.m. 
ond Evensong (Choral) and Sermon, 8 p.m. Plain Evensong at 5.15 p.m. 
On Sxindavs in Eastebtide, Stindavs within the Octaves of 

GBEATEE FESTIVAI.S, AND THE FlRST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH — 

First Celebration, 7.45 a.m. Second Celebration (Choral, with Sermon), 
11.45 a.m. Matins, ll a.m. Litany, 3 p.m. Children's Service, 3.30 p.m., 
on First and Greater Sundays. Evensong and Sermon, 6.45 p.m. 

OrdiNARv Week Days— Matins 7.0. Celebration, 7.30 a.m. Evensong, 
S p.m., and Plain Evensong at S.IS p.m. on Fridays. 

Parish Canslablcs—C. Fulcher, 52, Bridge Street, H. Spiuks, 8, Clement Place. 

8, Edward. Hymns Used — Andent and Modem. C/ergy—Rev. J. J. 
Ijas, M.A., Vicar. ChurcA'oiardens-'EdynB H. Jennings, J, Lawrence. 
Ovtrteers—J. R. Ling, J. H. Pigg, J, F. MUler, G. Collin. 

SOHDAYS — Morning Service at tt a.m. Evening Service at 7 p.m. 



XIV CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY— CHURCHES, 

Wkzk Days — Evening Service in Advent and Lent. 

Holy ComtnunioQ at the Morning Service on tlie second and fourtli Sundays 

in each month. 
Offertory at all the Sunday Services. R. Nutin, Sexton. 

Parish Camlablei—J. E, Bryant, 3. S. Edward's Pass, B.. B. Nnan, 2, 

S. Edward's Pass, E. Pike, Com Exchange. 

8. Qiles and S. Peter. S. GILES. Hymns Used— Church Hymns. 

Cifrgv—Rcv. F. Slater, M.A., Ficar, CheslertOQ Road, Rev. W. F. 

MacMichael. M.A., Rev. A. S. Stokes, M.A., aod Rev. T. H. Orpen, 

M.A., Assislant Curates. Churchwardens— G. P. Favell, W. Dobbs. 

Ovsrsiers-W. R. Wallis, H. J. Phillips, W. W. Amps, H. Thompson. 
Sundays — First Celebration of Holy Communion, S a.m. Matins at 11 a.m. 

with Second Celebration. Children's AAemoon Service with Catechising, 

3.15 p.m. Zveasong, 7 p.m. 
Week Days — Celebration of Holy Commviuion on Wednesdays, Fridays, 

Saturdays, Festivals, Octaves and daily in Advent and Lent at 7.30 a.m. 

Evensong ai 8 p.m. daily. Baptisms at Momiog or Evening Prayers. 

Chwchings may take place before any Service. 
Parish Canslailes—K. J. Phillips, 14, Magdalene Street, C. W. Hills, 34, 

Gloucester Street. 

S. PETER. Hymns Used— Chorch Hymns. Clerg^'—Kev. F, Slater, 

M.A,, Vicar, Chesterton Road. Chtti-chviardens—l>. Lloyd, W. Swannell. 

Overieers — H. Carley, W. Reid, P. Briggs, E. Bowman. 
St;NDAYS — A Celebration of Ho!y Communion on the last Sunday of the 

month, at 9 a.m. Litany and Sermon at 4 p.m. 
Week Days— Matins at 10 a.m. daUy. On Wednesdays and Fridays the 

Litany is said at 10.15 ^■^■ 
Parish Constable— ¥. Briggs, a8, MagdaJene Street. 



StmnAY Sekvicbs— Morning at 1 

second Sunday in each month, S 

Communion on the lirst Sunday in 

the third Sunday after Evening Ser 
Week Days— Wednesdays, Evening Service at 7.30 p.m. 
Parish Conilable — Mark Benton, J, Roundchurch Street. 

Holy Trinity. Hymns Used— I^ranal Companion to Book of Common 
Prayer. CUrgy—R.ev. J. Barton, M.A., Vicar, 7, Brookside, 

Assistant Curate. Churchwardens — F. L. Harraden, J. Cooke. 
Overseers-T. Gray, T. F. Holmes, T. Hunnybun, S. Hayden. 

Sundays— Morning Service at 11 a.m. Evening Service at 6.45 p.m. 

Week Days— Wednesday Evenings at 7 p.m. 



Holy Communion first and thitd Sundays in eicli month, after Morning 
Service, second Sunday 4 p.m., fourlli Sunday 8 p.m., fifth Sunday 7.45 a.m. 

Chjldkbn's Sebvice last Sunday ia the month. 

IS and Cburchings on Sunday Afternoons, at 4, with notice. 

Parish Coastables^F. T. Coulson, 9, Sussex Street, R. Leeland, 18, King 
Street, E. A. Royston, 35, King Street, T. Freeman, 5, Ttiuiiy Place. 

8. Iiuke. HvMNS Used— Ancient and Modem with Appendis. Rev. G. 
Hale, M.A., CuraCe-in-ckarge, S. Andrew's Lodge, ChestertOtt Road. 
Churchiuardeni — H. Bunting, T. L. Markham. 

Sdkdats— Matins, &c., at II a.m. Evensong at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.— All 
seats are free and unappropriated. Holy Communion on first and third 
Sundays at 1 1 a.m., on second, fourth mid fifth Sundays at S a.m., and on 
the fourth at 3 p.m., on Holy Days at 8 a.m. Children's Service in School 
Room cm Sundays at 11 a.m., and in the Church on Second Sunday at 
3p.ra, 

^T .1 — -n'.i — J — -1 . _^ Fridays at 8 p.m., Holy Days, 8 a.m. 

8. Mary-the-Great, Htmms Used— S.P.C.K., and Appendis. Clergy— 
Rev. H. R. Luard, D.D., p'ii:ar, 4, S. Peter's Terrace, Rev. W. R. Churton, 
B.D., and Rev. W- Cunningham, M.A., Assistant Curates. Church- 
wardens—A.. W. Smith, T. \Vatts. Overseers^D. Mnnsey, W. W. 
Robinson, Robt. Hill, jun., W. H. Barrable. 



Sundays— Morning Service at 11 a.m. Afternoon Service at 3.15 p.m. 
Evening Service at 6.45 p.m. Holy Communion after Momine Prayer on 
the first Sunday in the month, and at 8 a.m. on all Sundays aod Holy Days. 



Week Davs— Morning Prayer at 9.30 a.m. daUy. 

Parish Constable— James Jacoh (Hall Keeper), 24, Gnildha]! Place. 



Greenwood. Churchaardens — T. Waraker, i.L.D.,_I. Hamblin Smith, 
M.A. Overseers— G. Peck, J. Day, J. Hardwiclt, A. W. Redding. 

Sundays— Celebration of Holy Communion at 8 a.m. (also at 11 o'clock 
Mcrsing Service on the first Sunday in the month). Matins, Litany, and 
Sermon at II a.m. EveDsong at 7 p.m. A Specif Service for Children, 
with Catechising at 3 p.m. 

On all Holy Days, every Wednesday throughout the year, and Daily (except 
in the long vacation), Celebration of Holy Communion at 8.15 a.m. 

Parish Constable — J. Burford. 

8. Harfc. Hvmns Used— S.P.C.K., with Appendis. Clergy— Kev. Wm. 

Martin, M.A., Vicar, Grantchestcr, Rev. E. Godlray, M.A., Curate, Barton 

Road. 
Sundays — Moming Service at 11 a.m. Evening Service at "p.m. Chfldren's 

Service oo the second Sunday ia the month at 3.15 p.m. 
Holy Communion at It a.m., on the first and third Sundays of the month, 

saA at 8 a.m. on fourth Sunday. Wednesday Evening Service at 7,30 p.m. 

from Advent to Easter. 
Thete are two Offertories on Sundays for the expenses of the Church. H. B. 

Watson, Esq., Treasurer. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY — CHURCHES. 

8. Matthew and DiHtriet. Cltrgy—'Rev. A. E. Hnmphreys, M.A,, 
Vtcar, The Vieirage, Rev. J. Barhara, B.A,, Rev. J. Mc Kinney, Curates. 

Sundays — Morning Service at ri a.ni. Afteroooa Service a 
Evening Service at 645 p.m. 

Week Days— Mondays and Thursdays, Momine Service al _ 
Wednesdays and Fridays, Evening Service, Wednesdays at 7.3b p.m.i 
Fridays at 8 p.m. Celebration of Ho!y CoromuniDn on the first Sunday in 
the month at 3.30 p.m., second Sunday 6.45 p.m., every Sunday 8 a.ni.. 



iday 6.45 p.m., every Sunday? 

administered on Wednesday Ev 

/ening of the first Sunday and Afternoon of the tlurd 

n the month. AlTseals free. Offeitoiy aRer each Sunday Service. 



fourth Sunday 11 a.m. Baptisms are administered on Wednesday E. .. 
' n the Evening of the first Sunday and Afternoon of the third Si 



S, Jam.ea-th.&-Iiea8. Hymns Used — Church Hymns, Psalter, Monk and 
Ouseley. C7trgy-~R.cv. A. E. Humphreys, fttor, S. Matthew's Vicarage 
Rev. J. Mc Kinney, Curate, 

StTNDAYS — Morning Service at 11. Evening Service at 6.45 p.m. Aflemoon 
Service (Baptisms and ChildEen's Services) on the last Sunday in the month 



4-30p.ra 
Week Davs— Wednesdays and Saturdays, Morning Service at 7.45 a.m. 

Thursdays, Eveninr " — ' — ' ' ' 

Celebration ol Holy 



Thursdays, Evening Service al 

"-'-■-ilion ol Holy Communioi 

in the third Sunday in the month al 



t 



after each Sunday Service. 

8. Mioliael'a. Hymns Used — Hymns Ancient and Modem (new editioid. 
Clergy— Rey. A. H. Boughey, M.A., Vicar, Trinity CoBege, Rev. F. H. 
Chase, M.A., Assistant Curaie. Churchwardens— I. P. Gray, H. S. I.add. 
Overseers— W. Bnlman, J. Burrell, G. Cooper, J. Shallow. 

Sdndays— Moroing Prayer at 11 a.m. Evening Prayer at 6.45 p.m. Holy 
Communion on lie first and third Sundays in each month after Morning' 
Prayer, on second Sunday in each month at 8 a.m., on (he last at 7 a.m., aii3, 
on the fourth, if it be not also the last, at 8 a.m. First Sunday in the 
raontli, Chjldren's Service at 3 p.m. 

Week Days— Evening Service at 7 p.m. oa Wednesdays. Servants' Class-' 
on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. 

Parish Constable— F. A. Arnold, 17, Rose Crescent. 

B. Paul's. Hymns Used— Church Hymns. Clerey—Rev. H. Hall, M.A.^ 
Vicar, S. Paul's Parsonage, Hills Road. Churchinardms—G. G. Stakes, 
M.A., F.R.S., and H. Elbome. 

Sundays— Morning Service at 1 1. Afternoon at 3. Evening at 7. 

Holy Communion on first Sunday in the month at Morning Servic 
second Sunday at Afternoon Service, on the third Suoday at the . ... „ 
Service. Baptisms on last Sunday in the month at Afternoon Service, 
Churching on Sunday Afternoons. Service for Children in the School 
Room at 11 a.ra,, and in the Church on ihe thhd Sunday in the month al 



ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 
S. Andrew?. Now Town. Hymns Used. Those m " Garden of the 



Soul," in " Crown of Jesus," and Faber's. Clergy—The Very Rev. Canon 
luinlivan, M.R. (Rural Dean), Rev, A. J. Wallace, M.A., and Very Rev. 
T. Logan 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY— CHAPELS, 



SmtDAYS AND Holidays— Low Mass at S.30 H.m. High Mass, with 
Sermon at 11 s.iii. iDslruclions for Children on Catechasm at 3 p.m. 
Vespers, Sermon and Benediction of Holy Sacrament at 7 p.m. 

Days of Dsyotion— Mass at 3 a.m. and 10 a.m. 

Werk ^ Days— Mass daily at 8 a.m. Benediction Service on Thursday 



Evenings at S p.m 



a Services as previously announced. 



NONCONFORMIST PLACES OF WORSHIP. 

Baptist Mkktjng Housb, Minister, Rev. T. 6. Tarn, Sunday : 10.30 a.m. 

and 6.30 p.m. Week Days : Monday, Prayer Meeting at 7. 30 p.m. ; 

Wednesday, Service at 7.30 p.m. 
Baptist (Edek), Fitzroy Street. Hymns : Gadsby's. Minister. Rev. J. Tall. 

Sunday; Preaching. 10.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. ; Prayer Meeting, 2.30 p.m. 

Week Days; Monday, Prayer Meeting at 7 p.m.; Thursday, Preadiing 

at 7 p.m. 
Baptist (Zion) Hymns: New Selection, eularged. Minister, Rev. J. I 



CampbeU, PetersHeld. Sunday : 



larged. &! 



. Sunday ScTiool, 



with Supplement, Minister, Rev. W. S. Houghton. Sunday : 

and 7 p.m. Week Day : Wednesday, at 7 p.m. 
CoHGRKGATlONAJ. CkApel, Victoria Road. Hymns as above. Minister, 

Rev. W. A. Guttridge, B.A., Victoria Road. Sunday : 10.45 a.m. and 

6.45 p.m. ; Prayer Meeting at a.m. ; Sunday School, 10.30 a.m. and z.30 

p.m. WeekDay: Wednesday, at j.:? p.m. 
Hope Chapel, Paradise Street, (Calvimstic). Mmister, various. Sunday: 



PRIUITrVIt MtTHODIST, 

Hymn Book. Mlnistc 



lifdhdl. Minister, v 

S. Peter's Street. Hyn 

3, Rev. J. Hammond. B 

" ■ Sire *■ "' 



Sunday: 



Rev. C. Shreeive, 11, Norwich Street ; Rev. W. Heath, 56, Kingslon Street. 
Sunday: 10.30 a.m., zjo p.m., and 6.300, m. r Sabbath School, g a.m. and 
a p.m. Week Day ; Wednesday, Preaching at 7J0 p.m. 
PKihiiittb Methodist Tabernacle, Newmarket Road. Hymns as above, 
Minisiera as above. Sunday: 10.30a.n1., z. 30p.m. ,Bnd6.3op.m. ; Sabbath 
P-i.,-. „j WrekDay^ Thurada^i at 7.3OP.- 



Pan ton Street. Hymi 






': I0.30 a.m. and 6.to p.m. ; Sabbath School, 9.30a.m. imd 

;kDay: every Wedn^ay Evening at 7. 

IL, Hobson Street. Wesley's Hymns. Ministers, Rev. 



Week Day : 

I fuMiTiVB Me 

, Sunday: I 
^.,m. WeekE 

JTAM Chapel, L .. , _.. 

E SpHsbnry, Queen Anne Terrace ; Rev. E. Bowman, Norwich Street ; 

^ - Cooper, Saffron Walden ; Rev. W. F. Moulton, M.A., D.D., The 

Sunday: 10.30a.n1. and6.30p.m. WeekDays: Tuesdayatjp.ni., 

at 7 p.m. 

a Chapel, Hills Road. Hymns as above. Ministers as above. 

/: 10,30 a.m. and 6,30 p.m. Week Days: Monday at 7 p.m., 

hesday at 7 p.m. 

» Hall,— Thsatre Royal, Cambridge. (Liscmcdfor Uruectarian 
avatigelistic Services}. Hymns: "New Songs. Hon. Sec, andTreasorer, 
W. K. Vawser, 31, Petty Cury. Sunday: 3 p.m. and ,7 p.m. Week 
Days : OccasionaUy. according to notice. 




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CAMBRIDGE D J RECTO RV— CARRIERS. 



CARRIERS FROM CAMBRIDGE. 

AddreBHea of HoiiBes at wMcIi Cameis put up in Cambridge, 



..Peas Hill. 



Old Red LiOD. . . , Bridge Street. 

Pickerell MaEdalene Street. 

Prince Regent . . , , Regent Street. 

Red Cow GuUdliall Street. 

Spread Eagle .... Dowmng Terrace. 

TliTeeTutis Castle Street. 

True Blue Sidney Street. 

Waggon and Horses .... Mill Laae. 

Wheatsheaf Silver Street. 

White Swaa Castle Street. 

Wrestlers Petty Cury. 



Black Lion Sil« 

Bushel and Strike , . Hobson acueet. 
Cardinal's Cap .... Guildhall Place. 

Carrier's Arms S. Tibbs Row. 

Castle Hotel.,.. S. Andrew's Street. 

Castle Inn Castle Street. 

Cow and Calf Honey Hill. 

Crown Sc Compasses .Ttumpington St. 
Half Moon Yard , . . Bridge Street. 
Little Rose. , , . Tr^impington Street. 
Merton Arms. .Northampton Street. 

Placb. Carriers. Whhrk From. Days. 

Aldreth Marsh Old Red Lion S 

Arkesden Tharby Waggon and Horses M 

Abingdon, Gt. & Lt. Unwin Cardinal's Cap W s 

Hills Wrestlers ws 

A.ihdon Barrett Carriers' Arms s 

Aufiley End Read Bell wa 

Babrahun Unwin Cardinal's Cap w S 

Balsham Twinn Carriers' Arms ws 

Jaggard Carriers' Arms W S 

Marfleet Buiihel and Strike ... vrs 

BarkwKy Fox Spread Eagle F 

Drage Waggon and Horses 

Barton Willimott Black Lion w s 

Willinmson Black Lioa t s 

Barlow Black Lion M w 

Nightengale Bkick Lion daily 

Charter Waggon and Horses W9 

Chapman Cardinal's Cap TH s 

" - Little Rose s 



Little Rose. 
Cardinal's Cap 
Waffijon and H. 
Carriers' Arms 
Bushel and Strike 



Harrington Harper 

Bassiogboume Green ... 

Bedford Woods.., 

Bishop Slortford ... Tharby 

Bluntisbam West ... 

Boro Green Rowlinsc 

Rawlings Wrestlers 

Bailey Troe Blue 

Bottisham Reeve Bushel and Strike ... 

Fordham True Blue 

Chapman Carriers' Anns 

Peachey True Blue 

Bailey True Blue 

Bottisham Lode Comwell Bu.'ihel and Strike ... 

Bourn , Charter Waggon and Horses 




^^^^^^" CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY— CARRIERS. xix 


PLACE. 

Boam 

Bonworth 

Bradley 

Brinkley 

Bnrwell 

Caldecot 

Carllon 

Castle Camps 

Caxton 

CneTTyninton ........ 

Chesterford.,. 


CARSrERS. 

DeUer 

Pu-ish 

Rawiings 

Rawlings 

Bailey 

Rowlinson 

Shaw 

Martin 

Fuller (Omnibus 

Williamson 

Badcock 

Rawlinson 

Rawlings 

Bailey 

Barren 

Simons 

Twinn ....,■ 

Read 


Where From. 


DAYS. 

w s 

I 

winlir, w jaw. 

TO S 

w s 


Wrestlers 

Wrestlers 

Wrestlers 

True Blue 

Bushel and Strike... 


Carriers' Arms 






Boshel and Strike... 




Carriers' Arms 


Carriers' Arms 

BeU 

Bell 


ChiswaU 

' Coraberton 

Cotcenharo 

Croydim 

Dibden 

Dnllingliam 

Duxfocd 

Earith 

Elmden 

Eliworth 

Eltisley 

Eversden, Gt. & Lt 

Fenstanton 

Fonlham 

Foulmire 

Foxton 

Ftilboilni 




WiUimott 

Charter 






Waggon and Horses 

Cardinal's Cap 

Bell 


Bedford 

Pain 

Chivers 

Savage 

Collins 

Foster 

BaUey 

Harding 

West 

Gamgee 

Nibbs 

Parish 

Woods 

Flack 

Rayner 

Sheldrick 

Taylor 

Heffer 

Hitch 

Wright 

Twinn 

Watson 

Lack 

Askew 


Granby 

Pickerel 

Castle 


Bell TU 




Carriers' Arms 

Bushel and Strike .. 
Bushel and Strike .. 

Wrestlers 

Cardinal's Cap 

Black Lion 

Pickerel 

Pickerel 


Carriers' Arms 




Carriers' Anns 

Carriers' Arms 

Carriers' Anns 




Carriers' Arms 



pr 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTOR V— CARRIERS. 



Where From. Days. 

Pickerel s 

Black Lion Daily 

Syraonds Wheitsheaf. Occaiionally 



Gruitchester . 



Gravelcy Rayner Pickerel ., 

Huddenham AlsDp HalfMoonYard ... S 

Hadstock Linsdell Cajtlinal's Cap F 

Harfwick Whedei HalfMoonYard ... s 

Harkon Brown Bell s 

Harston Thompson Bushel and Strike ... W S 

Haslingfield Willimott Bell uv 

Smith Black Lion s 

Hauxton Howe Waggon and Horses a 

Haydon SuMon Bell S 

Law , Little Rose Occasionally 

Hemingford Rayner Pickerel s 

Hildersham Swan Little Rose s 

Hilrow West Carriers' Arms S 

Hinxton Hunt Waggon and Horses Tu S 

Holywell West Carriers' Arms s 

Homingsea {jaLetlirCarritrl) 

Horsehealh Cole Wre»tlers S 

Huntingdon Rayner Pickerel S 

Ickleton Hunt W^^on and Horses Tir s 

Impington (la Caaenham) J 

Islebam Taylor TrDe Blue s ^^H 

Collim Little Rose s ^^H 

WelU Bushel and Strike... S ^^H 

Kingston... Chapman Cardinal's Cap TH S ^^^H 

Landbeach MurStt True Blue s ^^H 

Linton Hills Wrestlers W 5 ^^^1 

Littlingtoa Green Little Rose WS ^^^H 

Munsey Carders' Anns s ^^^H 

Lililebury Read Bell w S ^^^1 

Lolworth Parish Wrestlers s ^^^H 

Nibbs Bushel and Strike.., s 

Longstanton Lack True Blue wS 

Askew Carriers' Arms TH S 

Lonfjslowe Charter Waggon and Horses W s 

Madmgley Johnson Merton Arms Occasionally 

Mandred Tharby Waggon and Horses M 

Melbourne Newel Little Rosa T s 

Nightengale ... Little Rose ts 

Meldreth Newell Little Rose t s 

Green Little Rose w s 

Milton Bradford Carriers' Arms s 

Needingworth West Carriers' Arms s 

Newport Read Bell w s 

Newton Sutton Boll s 

Perrin Liltle Rose. TH S 

Oakington Lack True Blue ws 



Oaldngton 

Oakley , 

OrwdJ 

Fampiifbid 

Qnetidda 

Quy 

RomptoD 

Reach... 

Royston 

Safiron Wslden.. 
Sawston 



Shelfocd, Gt. & Lt. 



Soham 

SomeTshvn 

Stspleford 

Stelchworth .... 
Steeple Morden 

Strelham 

StaughlDQ 

Si, Neols 

Swaffham Prior. 



Swavesey 

Teversbam 
Thirlow ... 
Toft 

Triplotr ... 



Carriers. 

Read ...!!"!!!" 
Barlow 

Read '.'.'.'.'..'.','.!!'. 

Comwell 

Fuller (Omnibus) 

West I"!!!!!!!!! 

Peachey 

Cbapman 

Newell 

Read 

Newling 

Hunt 

Ai!en .!!!!!!!"!! 

Hunt 

Watltins 

Harding 

Wisbey 

Colings 

Sheldrick 

West 

Newland 

Rawliogston ... 
Dover 

Kirbyahite 

Murfitt 

Wcxids 

Woods 

Shaw 

Martin!.'!!.'.'"!'!! 
Peacbey 

Chapman ...... 

Martin 

Peacbey 

Cain 

Hefier 

Wilderspin 

Foot 

Rawlings 

WiUiarason 

Cbapman 



"Where From. Days. 

Carriers' Arms TH s 

Bell _ ws 

Black Lion M w s 

Little Rose M w s 

Bell w 

Bushel and Strike... W S 

Castle Hotel 5 

Cow and Calf. s 

Carriers' Aimi s 

TniE Blue W S 

Carriers' Arms w s 

Little Rose TU s 

Bell ws 

Bell s 

Little Rose u W S 

Waggon and Horses tu S 

True Blue « W S 

Waggon and Horses w 5 

Wrestlers w 5 

Waggon and Horses TU s 

Compasses H W S 

Little Rose w s 

Carriers' Arms TU TK S 

Little Rose s 

Pickerel S 

Carriers' Arms 5 

Bell s 

Little Rose TU th s 

Little Rose m W s 

True Blue w s 

Little Rose s 

True Blue s 

Cardinal's Cap TU S 

Cardinal's Cap TU s 

Little Rose, w s 

Wrestlers ws 

Carriers' Arms w s 

Tme Bine w s 

True Blue w s 

Carriers' Arms w s 

Carriers' Arms w s 

True Blue W S 

True Blue w s 

Castle s 

Granby ws 

RedCow.... s 

Wrestlers s 

Black Lion TU s 

Cardinal's Cap TH s 

Little Rose -sh. % 




CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY — CARRIERS. 



►^ 



Place. 
Trumpington 

Upware 

Wendy 


Carriers. 
Haslop 

Symonds ... 

Bulman 

Bradford .... 
Bnlman 


Where From. 

Prince R^ent 

Waggon and Horses 
Wheatsheaf 


Days. 
Occasionally 


Carriers' Anns 

True Blue 


I 


Westley 

Weston Colviile 

WestWratting 


Buley 

Twinn 

Twinti 






Carriers' Arms 

Carriers' Arms 

Bushel and Strike... 
Carriers' Arms 


Zl 


West Wickham 


PurkU 

Green 

Allen 

Haidine 

Bulmatf 

Johnson 

Alsop 

Lac/ 

Conquest 

Gamer 

Askew ,".'.'.' 

Stanhope .... 

Dawson 

Barlow 


ws 


Whittlesford 


Wrestlers 


wa 








Waburton 

WiUingliim 


Carriers' Arms 

HalfMoonYard ... 
True Blue 


w s 




While Swan 


s 


Wilbraham.Gl:. &Lt 


Carriers' Arms 

Carriers' Anns 


^s^ 


Wimpole 










Worboys 


West 


Carriers' Arms 


^^ 



MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, &C. 



Borough, of Cambridge. — William Fowler, Esq., M.P., Forest 
House, LeytotiBtone, Essex. Hugh SHIELD, Esq., M.P., Q.C., I3„King'E 
Bench Waik, Temple, London. 

TJnivereity of Cambridge. — Rigbt Hon. Spencer Horatio 
Walpole, LL.D., Q.C., Ealing, Middlesex, W., and 109, Eaton Square 
S.W. Alexander. James Behesford Beeesforb-Hope, Esq., LL.D., 
Arklow House, I and 2, Connaught Place, Edgware Road, W., Athenmm, 
Cariton, and United Universily Clubs, London, S,W., Bedgebuty Park, 
Cranbrook, Kent, and Beresford Hall, near Ashbourne, Staffordshire, 

County of Cambridge. — Rt. Hon. Henry Bouverie William 
Brand, z, Upper Belgrave Street, S.W^ and Glynde, near Lewes, Sossei. 
Benjamin B. Hunter Rodwell, Esq, M.A., Q.C., Holbroolt, Suffolk. 
Edward Hicks, Esq. WilbraUam Temple, Cambridge. 



Cambridgaehire Fermanent BeneSt Building Society.— 

InilHiHtd ranuary, iSjo. Trtislas and Ei- Officio Direct^rr— Messrs. WiHisni 
Clajtaa (Chtarmnn), Edmund Foster, and Mark I. Whibley. Cambridge 
Viriclcrs—Uesit^. Josh, Taylor, G. BuIIoclc, J. Chater, E. Barrett, A. Mason, 
J, P. Gray, J. C. Stretten,W. Ellis, J, Vail, BanuibM (jibson, Philip S. Hudson, 
A. Macintosh, Chas. Wisbey, J. E, Foster, W. E, Lilley, jun., J. Mouel, 
G. Peck, A. W. Smith, W. Flack, S. R. Ginn, J. A. Moves, J. Burford and 
W. T. Palmer. Arbitralon—MesSK. H. J. Whitehead, Elliot Smith, P. S. 
Knowles. Sow fcrj— Messrs. Foster. Treasurer— Mr. Elias Bland, 2, Jesua 
Lane. Sslicitor — Mr. Edmond Foster, lo. Trinity Street, Cambridge. 
W»A"il>rj— Messrs. T. Allen, Geo. W. Fitch. Surveyor— Mr. Chas. Wisbey. 
Secrttary — Mr. Arthur Ratter, Society's Office, Post Office Passage. 

Meetings of the Board of Directors take place on the first and third Fridays 
in each month. Meetings for receiving Payments of Shareholders are held on 
the third Monday in each month, at the Office, Post Office Passage, Cambridge, 
between the hours of 6 and 9 p.m., except on the third Monday In January, 
when the Office is open from 1 1 till 3, and 6 till 9. 



THE CENSUS 

Taken on Monday, April 4th, r88i, in the Bokough c 
shows the following results ; — 



Parishes. 


1871. 


Population, 1881, 


'^;s,"f^rl 


PrnwDS. 


Mala, 


FtraalM, 


TottJ. 


I.™.. 


D^.^. 


S. Andrew the Less 
S.Andrew the Great 

S.Benedict 

Holy Trinity 

.S.Botolphii!!!!!! 

S. Clement 

S. Edward 


15953 
Z420 
ro^B 
1994 
"35 

724 

1 

394 


ggoi 

"i 

699 
204 
334 

294 

1030 
26S 

548 

35° 
339 


"ii 
"i 

43' 
J94 
1368 

i 

!83 
232 


2390 
1044 
2007 

"X 
"i 

453 


S120 

46 
50 
205 

59 


30 


S.Maiy the Great.. 
S. Mary the Less .. 
S. Michael 


Holy Sepulchre .... 




30074 


16519 


'8853 35372 


5738 


440 



There also appeared to he 7060 Inhabited, 199 Uninhaiited, and 97 Houses 
Building, making a Total of 7356. 



I 



»STAL, TELEGRAPHIC AND OTHER INFORMAT] 



OAUBSIDQB POBT OFFICE. 

J. H. TURNER, ESQ., Postmaster. 



rmi^ 



J. D. Caoham, Chief CUrk. Mr. S. L. BaU, Clerk in Charge ofTeUgraphs. 
DSBFATCH OF LBTTKHa, *o., FROM OiMBKIDOB. 



DESPATCHES. 



To LoivdoQ, Ely, S. Ives, &c. . , 
„ Newmarket and Bury S. Edmund', 
, , London and Bishop Stnrtford ; also 
Linton, Sawston, &c. 

„ London, Bletchley Station, Oxford, 
Midland Travelling Post Office, 
Birmingham, ManchcEter, and 

North-West T. P. O 

Ntght Mails. 
To RoystoQ, &c., Ely, &e., Peterboro', 
Norwich, 5rc., Newmarket and 
Bury S. Edmund's 

„ London 

,, HoDticBdon, &c. 

„ Cambridge Bistrict .. 



On Sundays the Night Mails cmly are Despatched. 



DELIVERIES. 


ayLe^C«H=. 


ToC^b=^« 


From London. Huntingdon. Ely. 






Royston.&c 

„ London, Bletchley Station, Mid- 
land and North-West Travelling 














Post Offices, &c 












„ London, Ely, &c 






„ London 


7-30 .. 


7-3t> .. 



MONEY ORDER AND BAVINQB' BANK. 



OBDINABT BUBINES8. 

)lic for c 

n only from 7 a.m. U 

TBLKOBAPH BTTHINKBB 



; and on Sundays from 



POST OFFICE MAIL CARTS. 

1 West Wratting. 



Andreats Street. 

To Barton, Haslingfield, Harlton, Great and Little Eversdea, King-ston, 
Bonm, Long Stow, Casio n.— Wo aBOYS, 2, HobVs Passage, Bridge Street. 

Td Royston, Baldock and Hitchin. — A. Wdbboys, Granby Inn., Bridge St, 

To Si. Ives and Huntingdon. — North, Granby Inn, Bridge Street. 

To St. Neots and Bedford.— Worboys, Granby Inn, Bridge Street. 



BUBAL LETTER CABRIEBS (Horse and Foot). 



Pmn Qaiihridge 
Post.) W. Be 



Prmt Barton to Comberton, Toft, Caldecot and Hardwiclt. From Nasling- 
fitld to Barrio gton. 

By Mail Out to Barton BBfl HaalingBeld twpectivol 



XXVI 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY.— POSTAL INFORMATION. 



From Linton to Horseheath and West Wickham. Ditto to Bartlow, Shudy 
Camps, Castle Camps and Ashdon. 

By Mail cart to lintoxi. 

From Trumpington to Hauxton, Harston and Newton. Ditto to 
Grantchester. 

From Great Shelf ord to Little Shelford. 

By Mail cart to Ttnmpington and Oreat Shelford respeotiTely. 
From Fulboum to Teversham, Fen Ditton, Homingsea and Clayhithe. 

From BoUisham to Long Meadow, Bottisham Lode, Anglesea Abbey, and Quy. 

By Mail cart to Fulboum and Bottusham respeotively. 



PILLAR POSTS AND DISTRICT OFFICES. 



TIKES OF CLEABINO. 



PLACES. 


TIMI 


SS OF 


CLEAR 


[NG. 
4-35 




Stone Bridge - 


ti- 5 


2.20 


8.45 


Avenue 


" ■ . 


[I.15 


2.30 


4.45 


8.55 


Railway - 


" ■ • J 


[I.20 


2.35 


4-50 


9. 


Bateman Street 


8.40 ] 


[I.25 


^.40 


5.55 


9- 5 


Hills Road* - 


8.45 ] 


[I.30 


2.45 


5- 


9.10 


Hyde Pabk Corner 


8.55 ] 


[I.40 


2.55 


5.10 


9.20 


Trumpington Road- 


9. ] 


ti.45 


3. 


5.15 


9.25 


Trumpington Street 


[■* - 9. ] 


ti.45 


3. 


%0 ^ 

5.15 


9.25 


Newnham - 


• - 9.15 ] 


ti.55 


3.15 


5.30 


9.40 


S. Botolph's 


9.20 ] 


[2. 


3.20 


5.35 


9-45 


Park Side 


9.10 ] 


11.55 


3.10 


5.25 


9.25 


Mill Road 


• - 8.45 ] 


II. 15 


2.40 


4.45 


8.45 


Sturton Town* 


* • • 


[1. 15 


2.40 


4.45 


8.45 


East Road 


8.50 ] 


[I.25 


2.50 


4.55 


8-55 


George Street 


" " ■ • 


11.35 


* • 


5- 5 


9. 5 


Barnwell (James St. 


) - 9. ] 


11-45 


3. 


%/ %M 

5.^5 


915 


Causeway - 


- 9. 5 ^ 


11.50 


3- 5 


5.20 


9.20 


Magdalene Street* 


9.15 ^ 


[2. 


3.15 


5.30 


9.40 


All Saints' Passagi 


I - 9.20 ] 


[2. 


3.20 


5.3s 


9-45 


Trinity Street* 


9.20 ] 


[2. 


3.20 


5.35 


9-45 


Senate House - 


9.25 


12. 5 


3.25 


5.40 


9.50 


Huntingdon Road ■ 


" * • • 


11.50 


• • 


# # 


7.30 


Spring Terrace 


■ " • • J 


11-45 


3. 5 


• • 


9.30 


New Chesterton 


" • • 


11.40 


3- 


• • 


*/ */ 

9.25 


Chesterton* - 


• • 


11.30 


• • 


• • 


7.20 


Croft Town 


' * • • 


10. 


• • 


• • 


8.20 


West Road 


■ * • • 


11.30 


2.15 


4-55 


8.40 


Newnham R. 0. 


* • • 


".45 


2.30 


5.10 


8.55 


Those marked * ai 


re Money Order Offices ai 


Id Post Office Savings* Banks. 





CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY— POSTAL INFORMATION. 



for Trains. 

DITTO from Great Narthern Office, Market IliU, at 9.30 a. 
4,0 p.m., 6.0 p.m., 7.0 p.m., and 8.0 p.m. 

DITTO from Midland Office, Marltet Hill, at ii.o o.m,, 1 
p-tn., and 7.55 p.m, 



JOHN J. SWANN, Carrier. Vans by Road or Railway to all parts of 
the world. 31, Hill's Road, Cambridge. {Sa AtivtrOssmeiit.) 



FOSTER'S "Parcels Express." Carriers to all parts of the world. AGcnt : 
Ma. Pink, Union Street, Cambridge. 

SUTTON A CO., Carriers to all parts of the world. Agent : Mr . Peak, 
finsscx Street, Cambridge. 

GLOBE " Parcels Express " to all parts of the world: Agent : Mr. 
W. H. Jackson, i 1, Market Passage, Cambridge. 



THE CAMBRIDGE STREET TRAMWAYS CO. 

Tills Company is incorporated by special Act of Parliament, and is em- 

?]wered to lay down, maintain, and work a complete and efScient system of 
ramways, over three miles in length, running from the Cambridge stations 
of the Great Eastern, Great Northern, Midland, and London and Nonh- 
Weatem Railways, to the Post OfHce and Market Hill, with a branch along 
Parker's Piece and the East Road, which is thus brought into direct 
with the principal streets. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Ofpick:— IS, Sidney Streht. Is a Bankruptcy Court, comprising the 
dbtticts of Cambridge, Ely, Newmarket, Soham, Royston, Satfron Walden, 
' HaTerhill, and is a District Registry of the High Court of Justice, comprising 
' the parishes sitaate within the district of the Cambridge County Court. 
ipS!cc Hiyurs :—to to 4, txcept mt Thundays, vikai. the officcis closed at i p.m.) 
jfidgf — Edmond Bealbs, Esquire, Osbom House, West Brampton, S.W, 
JP^irfrflf— JoHM FsEDKRICK EaDEN, Little Shelford, Cambridge. Clerk— 
Hbkbert Peters. Bailiffs — Robert Leeland, John Leeland. 

No searches made or money paid out of Court on Mondays, Tuesdays, or 
Thursdays, or during the first week in the year. 



SOCIETIES, INSTITUTIONS, &c. 



RELIGIOUS AND BENEVOLENT. 

tjilDDBNBROOKK's Hospital, Trumpington Strei 

Wed., and Sat., a to 3 j Sun. 9 lo 10.30 a.i 

S. Andrew's Street. 
Albert Asylum. Sec, Mr. S. B. Hutt, 6, Tennis Court Road. 
Book-Hawking Association, Cambridck. Depot, 9, Newmarket Roid. 

Treasurer and Secretary, Mr. J. Hough. 
British and Poreign Biblb Society. Eastern Counties DislricL District 

Secretary, Rev. R. Black, M.A., 3, MortiniEr Road, 
Chasity Organization Society (late Mendicity Socikty.) Office, Posl- 

Office Terrace, 4 and 5 p.m. Hon. Sees., Lady Wilson, CapL Going, 

R.N, Treasurer, Rev. A. P. Woodliouae, M.A. 
Choir Mutual Aid Society. Sees., Rev. L. Borrisowe, M.A., C. V. 

Stanford, M.A., A. H. Mann, Mus. Doc. 
Clerical Education Socibty. Sec, F, Pattrick, M.A. 
Church of England Temperance Society (Ely Diocesan Branch.) 

Oflice, 8, Rose Crescent. Oi^anising Sec, Rev. J. Holding. 
Church of England Young Men's Society. Hon, Sec, Mr. A. Bodger. 

Clerical Sec, Rev. J. Barton. 
Church Missionary Society. Secretaries, Rev. A. W. W. Steel, M.A^ 

J. Barton, M.A., and J. T. Lang, M.A. Treasurer, Mr. J. Hough. 
Chubch Missionary (Univsssitv) Union. President, Rev. J.Barton, M.A. 
Church Defence Socibty. Secretary, Mr. J. .Spearing, 15, Sidney Street. 
Confraternity of the Holy Trinitv. President, Rev. Canon 

Churlon, B.D. 
C0TTAG8 Home for Orphan Girls. Treasurer, Mrs. Babington. 
English Church Union. Rev. W. H. Guillemard, D.D., Chairman. 

Ditto (Town Branch.) Rev. J. W. Hicks, M.A., Chairman. 
Church Sunday School Association. Treasurer, Mr. E. Bland. Sees., 

Rev. A. P. Woodhouite, M.A., and Mr. T. Diion. 
Female Refuge, 19, Church St. Sec, Rev. J. Martin, M.A. Treasurer, 

Mr. J. Hough. Matron, Miss Clements. 
Female Mission, 10, Crispin Coart, Gold St. Treasurer, Rev. E. H. Perowne, 

D.D., Corp. Ch. Coll. Sec, Rev. A. Torry, M.A., S. John's ColL 
General Benefit Society for Town and Country. Sec Mr. T, 

Good Samaritan Society. Hon. Sec, Mr. A. P. Flack. 

Guild df the Most Blessed Saviour (Natal). Sec, Mr. Roe, 

2, Inverness Terrace, Mill Road. 
Guild of S. Saviour. Warden, Rev. Canon Churton, B.D. 
Home and Training School for Nurses, Cambridge, Fitiwilliam 

Street. Superintendent, Miss Henslow. 
HOHOUBABLE FkiENDLY SOCIETY. Established 1765, President, Mr. R. 

Ellis. Sec, Mr. T. Rulter, Regent Street. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTOKY— SOCIETIES, ETC. 



Hunstanton Convalescent Home. Local Secretaiy, Mr. J. D. Digby, 

Mortimer Road. 
Mission Am Socibtt. Treasurer, Rev. C. W. E, Body, M.A. 
School of Cookbry, S. Mary's Passage. Hon, Hec., Miss Guillemard. 
Servants' Home and Reoistby, and Lodging House for Servants 

OUT OF Place, King Street. Lady Superiatendent, Mrs. Death. 

Matron, Mis. Carpenter. 
Society for Promoting CKRiiiTiAN Khowledgk, Dep&t, 9, Market 

Street. Sec., Rev. H. Russell, B.D. 
Society for Relief of Poor Widows and Orphans of Clerdyhek. 

Sec., Rev. a. B. Somerset, M.A, 
Society for thb Propagation of the Gospel, Hon. Sees., Rev. F, G. 

Howard, M.A., and Rev. C. B. Drake, M.A. 
Total Abstinence Union. Mr, W. E. Lilley, President, A. I. Tillyard, 

M.A., Hon. Sec. 
United Christian Association for Young Women, Sidney Street. 

Mrs. Bowes, Treasurer. 
Victoria Friendly Society's Asylum. Sec., Mr. James Hammond. 
University Church Soclety. President, A. J. WaUis, B.A. 
University District Visiting Societv. , 



SOCIAL, POLITICAL, &c. 
A.D.C. {Amateur Dtacofllie Club), Park Street. Steward, Mr. Stubbings. 
Agrjcultubal Socibty, Cambridgeshire and Isle of Ely. Hon. 

Sec., Mr. Arthur Tress Grain, a, S. Andrew's Hill. Assistant Local 

Sec, Mr. Peters, 30, Bridge Street, Cambridge. 
AlNSWORTH RsAUiNG RooMS, Ainsworth Street. President, Rev. A. E. 

Humphreys, M.A. 
Albert Institute, Paradise Street. Hon. Sec, Rev. A. E. Humphreys, 

M.A. 
Amateur Musical Society. Hon. Sec., Mr. Basham, jun. 
Angling Society, Cambridgk and Ely. Cambridge Sec, Mr. W. 

Parchas. Ely Sec, Rev. J. R. Crawford. Solicitor, Mr. Chas, Turner, 

Cambridge. 
Antiquarwn Society, Cambridge. President, Professor Hughes, M.A., 

Trinity College. Sec, Rev. S. S. Lewis, M.A. Corp, Cb. Coll. 
AthenvEOM Club, 83, Trinity Street. 

Bicycle Club, Cambridge. Hon. Sec, Mr. W. I. Pashler. 
Cavendish Laboratory and New Museums, Free School Lane. Mr, T. 

M. Robinson, Resident Attendant and Porter. 
Chamber of Agriculture. Hon. Sec, Mr. Holben, Barton, and S. 

Mary's Street, Cambridge, 
Clerical Society. Sec, Rev. C. Vf. E. Body, M.A. 
CousTY OF Cambridge and Isle of Ely Rifle Association. Hon. 

Sec. and Treasurer, Capt. P. 8. Knowles. 

FClub (Cricket), 29, Trinity Street. 
LTUHAL Society. Hon. Sec, Mr. W. Purchas. 
;okseiivative Club, 9, Peas Hill. Mr. F. Piggott, President, 
TORY, J. C. Adams, M.A., Lowndean Professor of Astronomy. 



r 



Philo UiJiON LiTBk&RY SociiTY. Hon. Sec., Mr. Fredk. Cole. 
Philological Society. Pres. Prof- Mayor, M.A., S. John's. Sec., Mr. 

J, P. Postgale, M.A., Trin. Coll. 
Reform Club. Hon. Sec, Mr. E. Banyard. 
School of Anm:;, Guildhall Street. Instructor, Mr. Galpin. 
School ok Art, Chairman, Prof. Colvin. Treasurer, Mr. Hwtersley. 

Sec., Mr. W. M. Fawcetl. Master, Mr. D. Wood. 
Society for the Pkosbcution of Fblons, Soliciiors, Metsis. Fetch 

and Taiiolil. 
Union Society. Clerk, Mr. Cross. 

University Athletic Club. Mr. E. Evans, Trin. Coll., Hon. Sec. 
University Bicycle Club. Bicycle Room, S. Andrew's Street. Hon. 

Sec., Mr. O. P. Fislier, Jesus College. 
Univebsity Chuuch Aid Association. Sec, Rev. J. W. Cartmell, M.A. 
University Cricket Club. President, Rev. A. R. Ward, M.A, Captain, 

Hon. Ivo Bligh, Trin. Secretary, Mr. A. T. J. Ford, King's Colt. 

Assistant Treasur«, G. B. Sludd, Trinity Coll. 

" Gymnasium, Market Passage. Open daily from ii till4-3C^ 

Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, for a Town ClaJs, 
) lo. Instructor, Mr. J, T. Passinghani, Station Road. 
Musical Society. Hon. Sec., Mr, G. A. Bolton, Trin. Coll. 
"Pitt" Club, Steward, Mr. J. White. 
Workmen's Club and Institute, Fit^roy St. Sec, Mr. E. Clayton. 
Working Men's Institute, Russell Street. Sec, Mr. C. Barker. 
Young Men's Christian Association. Hon. Sees., Mr. R. Peters, jun. 

and Mr. Joseph Wallington. 



Was established in Ihe year 1855, and has since been supported by a Penny 
Borough Rate. The Central Lending Library, situate at the back of the 
Guildhall, contains 15.050 volumes, Ihe Central Reference Library 6,619 vols., 
whilst there are 3,078 vols, in the Barnwell Branch Library in East Road, 
making a total of 24, 747 vols. The Central Reading Room {the entrance to 
which is in Wheeler Street, opposite Ihe New Com Exchange), is plentifully 
supplied with newspapers, magazines, maps, and such books of reference as 
Directories, Peerages, House of Commons, Clergy Lists, Army Lists, ftc. 
There are also 920 volumes in the room which may be used, but not taken away 
by the public without any formal application for permission or written order. 
This plan of placmg a number of books at the free disposal of anyone who 
likes to nse them, Ms been found to be highly appreciated, and seldom if ever 
abused. The Barnwell Reading Room is a comfoitahle building on Ihe East 
Road, and should command even more use than it receives. The issue of 
books last year (1879-80} to readers in the room and to borrowers was 10,409, 
The number of Visitors to the Library was 56,443. The total number of 
borrowers at the Central Library last year was 14,369. Mr, John Pink is the 
Librarian.— i>a/rfiBi-'i Handltook, 1881. 



TJlSriArEItSIT-S" OF C-iMBRIDGTE. 
OFFICIALS, COLLEGES, ETC. 

UNIVEESITY OFFICEKB. 

CAimrrfiDT— William Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire, K.G., LL.D., F.R.S. 

Hii/i SHrfwun/— Edward James Herbert, Earl of Powis, LL.D. 

Vki-CAancillor—%dLV3.xd. H. Perowne, D.D, 

Crmmisiaty — William Forsyth, M.A. 

DtfKty Higk Steward — Francis Barlow, M. A. 

PHidc Oro/iw— John Edwin Sandys, M.A. 

Cmmd—G. W. Hemroing, M.A., Q.C., and Arthur Cohen, M.A., M.P., Q.C. 

L&rarian — Henry Bradshaw, M.A. 

*^frflr— Henry Richard Luard, D.D. 

Eiquire Beddelh^K. P. Humphry, M.A. ; F. C. Wace, M.A. 

coimcii.. 

The Chancellor. Thb Vice-Ckancbllor. 

Hiads of Cnltigei—'Oaa. and Rev, Latimer Neville, M.A., Master of 
Magdalene; "Dr. Atlticson, Master of Clare; »Dr. Phear, Master 
of Emmanuel ; 'Mr. Porter, Master of Peterhouse. 

Profason — 'Professor Westeott; 'Professor E, C. Clark; 'Professor Liveing; 
'Professor Cayley. 

flri»-^nH*iff-jy/:(j.Sniafr— 'Mr. Ferrers, Master Caius; 'Dr. Hort, Emmanuel; 
■Mr. Browne, S. Catharine's; 'Mr. Guoson, Christ's; 'Mr. Vansittart, 
Trinity; "Mr. Trotter, Trinity; =Mr. Peile, Christ's; 'Mr. C. Taylor, 
S. John's. 



Caytey, Mr. B 

Altditors of CAist—Dx. Atkinson, Professor Cayley, Mr. F. Whitlin^ King's. 
Pradors—iii. H. E. Morgan, Jesus; Mr. Temperley, Queen's. 
Medtralori—liT. Temperley, Queen's; Mr. Bumside, Pembroke. 
Pra-PrBctBri—MT. O. Browning, Kings ; Mr. A, F. Kirkpatrick, Trinity. 
AmUotal Fro-Pnxtors~Ux. F. C. Wace, S. John's ; Mr. F. G. Howard, 

Trinity. 
SrSi^enRidi'sLicturer—^aVS. Muir, K.C.S,!., LL.D., Glasgow, 
Ladv Jlarganl'i Prsacktr—'M.t, Lang, Corpus. 
Jitditan Lfe(iirer~Mi. J. Foxlcy, S. John's. 



FBOFESBORS. 



lya JUarg. of Divinily C. A. Swainson, D.D., Christ's 1879 

1540 Regius of Divinity Brooke Foss Westcolt, D. D., Trin,... 1870 

IS40 Regius of lAi Civil Laui E. C. Clark, LL.D., Trin 187a 

IS*0 Regimof Pkyac G. E. Paget, M.D., F.R.S., C^us... 1872 

iyip Regius of HdiTae T. Tarrett, M.A, Trin 1854 

\i^ R(gi$ts of Gnek B. H. Kennedy, D.D. ^-'- ■'"- 



P ^Toadi 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORV—UNIVERSITV OFFICIALS. 



1631 Araiu W. Wright, LL.D., Queen'. 

1663 Lucasitin of MalhemaHcs ... G. G. Stokes, M.A., F.R.S., Femb... 

1683 Moral PhUosophy T. R. Birks, M.A., Tiin 

1684 Music G. A. Midarten, Mus. Ooc., Trin..., 

1702 Chemistry G. D, LiveiiiE, M.A,, Joh, 

1704 Plumian of Astronomy J. Challis. M.A., F.R.S., Trio. 

1707 Anatamy G, M.Humplii7,M.D.,F.R.S., Down. 

1724 Madera Hislsry J. R. Seeley, M.A., Christ's 

1724 Lard Almotur's of Arabic... E, H. Palmer, M.A., Joh 

1724 Botany C. C. Babington, M.A., Joh 

1727 Woodwardian of Gadogy ... T. M=K. Hughes, M. A., Trin 

1749 Ltnvndean of Astronomy ... J. C. Adaina, M.A., F.K.S., Pemb... 

1768 Norrisianef Divinity J. R. Lumby, D.D., Cath. ..,, ... 

1783 JacksonianofNaturtdEx- j m.pdccd.. 

ptrimental Philmophy \ J- ^^^^> ^A., F.R.S.. S. Peter's 

1800 Dinaning of Law W. LI. Biibeck, M.A., Down. 

iSoi Difwning of Medicine P. W. Latham, M.D., Down 

1808 Mineralogy W.J. Lewis, M. A., Trin 

iSci Disney of Arckaeiagy Percy Gardner, M.A., Christ's 

Hulsean of Divinity F.J. A. Hort, D.D., Emman 

Political Economy Rt. Hon. H. Fawcett, M.A., M.P.... 

Sadlerianof Pure ),^, m.^-ncT' 

Mathematics A. Cayley, M.A., F.R.S,, Trm 

' ^'^'^„«^..''!"^^| A. Newton, M.A.. F.R.S., Magd. ... 

7 Sanskrit E. B. Cowell, M.A., Corpus 

9 International Law Rt. Hon. Sir W. G. G. V. V. Horcourt, 

M.A., Q.C., M.P., Trin 

9 Latin J. E. B. Mayor, M.A., Joh. 

9 Slade of Fine Art Sidney Colvin, M.A., Trin. 

I Experimental Physics Lord Rayleigh, M.A., Trin. 

5 Alechamsm and Afflied 
Mechanics 

8 Elringtott and BomarlA 
of An^o-Saxon 

6 Demonstrator of Human 
Anatomy , 

;5 SuperbUmdent of llu 

Museums of Zoology and 

Comparative Anatomy 
16 Reader in Rabbinic and 

Talmudic Literature ... 



■860 
1863 
1863 



1S77 
1873-^ 

1873 

1873 



James Stuart, M.A., Trio 

Waller W. Skeat, M.A., Christ's 



C. Creighton, M.A., King's 
J. W. Clark, M.A., Trin 



S.N.Schiller-Szinessy.M.A., Christ's 1866 
. 1871 
- 1877 
. 1878 



H. J. H. Fcnton, B.A., Christ's 
J. J.Lister, B.A,, Joh 



Teacher of C^'^A"'"^ j j. j. Lister, B.A.. Joh 18B1 

Anatomy ) ' ' ' '' 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY —UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS. 



1874 Strieilami Curator. O, Salvia, M.A., F,R,S„ Trin., H... 

1874 DtmBHttratars 0/ Exfitri- \ R. T. Glazebrooft, M.A., Trin 

meKlalPAyiici ( W. N. Shaw, M.A., Emman. 

1875 Atiiittmt to Ike Pmfasor ) 

ef Natural Exferimm- \ A, Scoti, B.A., Trioily 

tiU PhUesophy ) 

l8W Cmralnria ZoBlcgy A. H. Cooke, B.A., King's 

'*' '^^u!fi^°^ °^ ""\ W. Hillhouse. B.A., Trin 1878 

.87S A^i^^^^ti^'-'^jfi^;^]^ g_ ^ ^^^^^_ ^^__ ^^^.,^ ,3^3 

1878 JteaJer in Indianl^w '^.... Sir R. K. Wilson, Bart, M.A., King's 1878 
'"* ''rJTc^.X" ""'" I S. M. E. K=.p..„, B,A., Cd„ ,..,. .!,! 

1878 Lecturer on Ike Tclugtt \ , r ■ 

Language i J' "" 

1879 Teacher ef Chimistry J. F. Walker, M.A., Sidney . 

iSSa Demonstrator of Mechan- J , . _, . „ , , . 

i^6fAttliidM„kim,.\ J.A. Flmmg, B.A.,Joh 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS CONNECTED WITH THE 
UNIVERSITY. 

Thk FiTZWiLLlAM MusEUu is opEQ lo the Public, Free, 10 to 4 from Sept. I 
April, and 10 to 6 from May to Augujit. On Fridays it is necessary to I 
accompanied by a Member of the Univenily. Director — Professor Colvii 



Tkk Botanic Gardens, Trumpington Road, are Free, and Open daily, from 

8 dU EEinset. Plant houses may be visited &om I to 4- Curator — Mr. 

R. Irwin LyQch. 
Thb Geological (Woodwardian) Museum is Free, and Open from 10 till 

4. Director — Professor McK. Hughes, M.A. Curator— Mr. Keeping. 
Thr Uniyebsitt LiBRARy AND SCHOOLS, Strangers must be accompanieil 

yyj a Graduate of the University. Saturdays 9 to I, and other days 10 to 4. 

Librarian — Mr. H. Bradshaw, M.A. 
MOSEUU OF Zoology an» Comparative Anatomy. Open to Members 

of the University, Daily. 
UlNBRALOaiCAL MUSBUH. , 

Mdseuu of Mechanism, &c. 

M""i,'iJ'op''Sl"K;°K;A,o»y Op., to M™b„, of Ih. UoI..„ily, D.il,, 



StLWYN DrviNiTY School, used by the four Professors of Divinity. 
"ITT PKKSS, Trumpi " ~ 

accompanied by a 

between 12 and I. 
Tbx ObsbKYAtoev, open to Members of the Umversity and their friends, 

'"11 11.30 to t.30 daily, except Saturdays. 



CAMBRIDGE DIKECTORV — COLLEGES. 



COLLEGES. 

WITH OFFICERS AND FELLOWS OF EACH - 



Fuilar, The Lord Bishop of Ely. 



Z>Bi«— Rev. A. J. C. Allen, B.A. 
Senior Sursar—R. K. Miller. M.A. 
yunier Bursar—]. D. H, Dickaon, 

Pralator—]. D. H. Dickson, M.A, 
Liirarian—&fi. A. J. C. AUen, B.A. 
Chaplairt—Rev. A. J. C, Allen, B.A. 



Mailer — Rev. James Porter, M.A. 

(1876). 
Ti4lor~). D. H. Dickson, M.A. 
Azsislani THhr—Rei, \.i. C. Allen, 

Mathemaikal Lalurcr—E. J. Routh, 
ClaiHcal Ltciurtr — R. A. Neil, M.A. 

Foundation Fkllows, 
Dykes, Lamplugh Brougham BnllaDtine, M.A. 
Hor:on, Elias Robert, M.A., 
Smith, Charles Abercrombie, m.a., Controller and Auditor. General, Cape 

Colony. 
Witt, Ernest Edwin, m.a. 

Dey, Alexander, M.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools. 
Thompson, ^ir William, LL.D,, f.r.ss.i.. and B., Professor of Natural 

Philosophy in the University of Glasgow, and d.c.l., Oxon. 
Smith, James, LL.M., 11. u. Inspector of Schools. 
Garrett, Samuel, M.A., Le Bas Piiieman, 1S74. 
* Dickson, James Douglas Hamilton, M.A., F.K,s,l 
' Allen Andrew James Campbell, B.A. 



ler, Richard, W 



jl/fljfer— Rev. Edward Atkinson, d.d. 

(1856) 
Tutan—Rev. W, Raynes, M.A., 

W. L. MoUison, M.A. 
Lalurers—Rni. W, Raynea, M.A., 

Rer.J. P.Taylor. M.A., J. R. Harris, 

M.A., Rev, H. W. Fulford, B.A. 



Bye Fellow, 






Parkt Foai 

I CLAKE COLIiBGB. 

yiiilor, The Chancellor, with two persons appointed by Grace of the Senate. 



Diaa and Pralaler—Rev. J. P. 

Taylor, M.A. 
Buriar—L. Ewbank, M.A. 
/jirarinH — J. R. Harris, M.A. 



CAUBRIDGE DIRECTORY— COLLEGES. 



^^^^^^^ CAl 

^^^^_ CoUett, Rev. Woodthorpe Scholefield, m.a., Fellow un 

^^^^K the old Sututes. 

^^^^H RsTnes, Rev. William, M.A. 

^^^^^H 'Ewbank, Lucas, m.a., FcUow under the old Statutes. 

^^^^m Taylor, Rev. John Peter, M.A. 

^^^^^M Sanderson, Rev. Thomas James, M.A. 

^^^^H Shiw, Rev. Thoioas Henry, m.a. 

^^^^1 Stogdon, John, m.a. 

^^^^^B Iremonger, Edwaid, M.A. 

^^^B Mai 

^^^H Loc 

^^^M Fnl 

^^^^b Pitt 
^^^^^^^ Fell 



Gumey, Rev. Henry Palin. M.A. 
Maddogk, Rev. Henry Ldward, M.A. 
Stokes, Rev. Charles Albert, M.A. 
Lock, George I£erbert, m.a. 
Hairis, James Rendel, m.a. 
•Mollison, William Loudon, m.a. 
Fnlford, Rev. Henry William, M.A. 
Pitt, George Newton, m.a. 
Feltoe, Charles Lett, u.A. 

PBMBROES COIiI.BOE. 



JftiiW-— Rev. Charles Edward Searle, 

M.A. (l8«o) 
Pniuiml— George Gabriel Stokes, 



yiiimr, The Queen. 

IK PRESENT SOCIETY. 

DivinUy Laliirfr—Rev, C. V 

Body, M.A. 
Trmjurn-— Rev. C. H. Prior, s 
Bursar— J. N. Xeynes, M.A. 
Pr-alatar—Rev. C. H. Prior, M 
Dean—Kev. C. H. Prior, m.a. 
lAbrarian—R. A. Neil, m.a. 



Tkn-/— The Master, and Rev. C. H. 

Prior, M.A. 
ClaiiUal Lecturers— 'S.t.i, T. 13. 
Orpen, m.a., R. A. Neil, m.a. 

Stalhematiiai Lecturers— Kiv. C. H. 
Prior, M.A., W. Bumside, M.A. 

FELLOWS . 

Budd, Charles Octavius, M.A. 

Adams, John Couch, M.A., F.R.S., f.e.a.s., d.c.l. Oxon., Lowndean Professor 
of Astronomy, Director of the Cambridge Observatory, late Fellow of 

Slokes, George Gabriel, m.a., f.r.s., d.c.l. Oxon., Lncasian Professor, 
Secretary of the Royal Socie^, late President of the British Association. 

Henderson, George, M.A. 

Spence, William Michael, M.A. 

•Prior, Rev. Charles Herman, H.A., Cams Priieman, 1875. Jeremie 
Priieman, 1E75. 

Bitkersteth, Rev. Edward, m.a., Evans Priieman, 1874. Scholefield 
Prizeman, 1874. 



Smith, Re». Ernest John Herii, m.a. 
•Buraside, William, M.A. 
•Keynes, John Neville, M.A. 

• Neil, Koberl Alexander, M.A., Craven Scholar, 1875 

• Adair, John Frederick, b.a. 



aONVlU^ and CAIIT8 COUiHaE. 




' Dr 



~ Rev. Norman Macleod I 

President— Kcv. B. H. Drary, M.A. I 
Tulers—Rev. A, W. W. Steel, M.A., 

Rev. E. S. Roberts, m.a. 
Assiitant THler—}. S. Reid, M.L. 
LtclMreri in Malhemalks — 

The Master, Rev. A. W. W. Steel, 

Ltclurers in Classics — Rev. E. S. 

Roberts, M.A., J. S. Reid, M.L. 
Liclurir in I>ivinity-~Rey. Frederic 

d.A. 

1 Merai Scieme — Rev. J. 



Laturer ia Hebreio and Syriae—R. 

L. Bensly, M.A. 
Lalarer in Law — C. H. Monro, M.A. 
Mtdical Lecturer— 
Fraleclar in Chemistry ~yi. M. 

Pattison Muir, M.A. 
Dean-Rev. Frederic Wallis, M.A. 
ffursar—E. J. Gross, M.A. 
SlevKwd—C. H. Monro, M.A. 
Xegiilrary—'&tw. E. S. Roberts, M.A. 
Pralectar Rhitaricus — R. L. Bensly, 



Rev. A. W. W. Steel, m.a. 






William Henry, M.D. 
* Drury, Rev. Benjamin Heath, M.A., forroerly Tul 
Budd, Francis Nonas, M.A. 
Wiglesworth. Thomas Walker. M.A. 
Croft, Rev. Thomas Charles Henry, M.A. 
Venn, Rev. John, M.A., late Hnlsean Lecturer. 
Moral Philosophy in the University of London. 
■Monro, Charles Henry, M.A. 
Garrick, Rev. James Percy, M.A,, fortnerly Tutor. 
Steel, Rev. Anthony William Wilson, m.a. 
Gross, Edward John, M.A. 
James, Christopher. M.A. 
■ Roberta, Rev. Ernest Stewart, M.A. 



Examiner in Logic and 



Lock, Sidney Wills, M.A., Master at the Charterhouse. 

Blaikie, James Andrew, M.A., one of H.M. Inspectors of Schools in Scotland. 

Leech, Henry Brougham, m.a., Professor of International Law in the 

University of Dublin. 
Lock, Rev. John Bascombe, M.A., Assistant Mathematical Master, Eton. 
Warren, Rev. James William, M,A. 



CAUBRIDGE DIRECTOHY — COLLEGES. 



Bradbury James Kinder, it.i.. 

' CalliphmQas, George Conslantine, M.A. 

Bensly, Robert Lubbock, M.A., Tyrwhitl's Scholar, 1857. Examiner in the 
Hebrew tent of the Old Testament, the Greek teit of the New Testament, 
Sc, in the University of London. Member of the Oid Teslament Revision 
Committee. 

Sharps, James Williun, M.A., Master at the Charterhouse. 

Gibbons, Frederick Brian de Matbisse, m.a. 

Milton, Henij, M.A. 

•Wallis, Re». Frederic, m.a., Cams Prizeman (Undergraduates), 1874, 
(Bachelors), 1877, Scholelield Prizeman, 1878, Evans Prizeman, 1S78. 

Graham, Christopher, B.A., Smith's Prizeman, 1S7S. 

Rdd, James Smith, m.L-, Browne's Medallist, 1868. Chancellor's Medallist, 
1S69. Wheweli Scholar in International Law, 1870. Late Fellow of 
Christ's College. Eitaminer in Classics in the University oF London. 

•Bendall, Cecil, 8.A. 

• Ridgeway, Wiltiajn, B.A. 

WeUford, Joseph William Wilson, B.A. 

Paget, George Edward, M.D., F.K.s., Regius Professor of Physic. 

Mnir, M. M. Pattison, m.a., Prelector of Chemistry. 



The Lord Bishop of Carlisle, d.d., late Fellow. 

Burrows, Sir George, Bart., m.d., f.r.s., Physician in Ordinary to the Queen ; 

President to the Royal College of Physicians ; late President of the General 

Medical Council ; late Fellow. 
Budd, Geoi^e, m.d., f.r.s., late Professor of Medicine in King's College, 

London, late Fellow. 
BoggBlIay, X<ord Justice Sir Richard, m.a., late Fellow. 

TEIHITT HALL 

yiiitar — The Crown. 



Alaihniiaiieal Licluro'! — Rev. George 
Barnes Atkinson, M.A., Walter 
George Beli, B.A. 

Claiiical Ltclurers—'K. A. Beck, M.A., 
A. W. W. Dale, B.A. 

Law Lecturer — Thos. Waraker, LI..D. 

Lecturer in Moral and Historical 
Sciences — Thomas Thamley, m.a., 
Bumey Prizeman, 1S79. Light- 
foot Scholar, 1879. Whewcll's 
Scholar, 187S. 

Praleclsr — Ed wd .AnlhonyBecl(,M.A. 

Bursar— Kev. Frank Lawrence 
Hopkins, M.A. 

JfiriHorrf— Ed ward Anthony Beck, M.A. 



Master— Sir Henry James Sun' 
Maine, I.L.D., K.c.s.l., Member 
of the Council for India. I 
Professor of Jurisprudence at 
ferd. Late R^na Professor 
Laws at Cambridge. Late X.ega! 
Member of the Supreme Council 
of India. Chancellor's Knglish 
Medallist, 1S41. Craven Scholar, 
1843. Chancellor's ClasEiicnl Me- 
dalitst, 1844. 

Pice-Master— &tv. Hy. Latham, M.A. 

TtUari—Bxv. Henry Latham, M.A,, 
Rev. Frank Lawrence Hopkins, u.A. 

AsailMt Tuiars—Viia. Walton, M.A., 
"t. A. Beck, M.A. 




CAMBRIDGE DIRKCTORY— COLLEOBS. 



Kbdcn, John Watts, m.a., kte on 
Latham, Rev. Henry, M.A. 
Hopkins, Kev. Franlc Lawience, 
Fawcett, Rt. Hod. Henry. 



Hildyant, John Richard Westgatth, M.A. 
FBi-LOWs. 
B of the Judges at the Cape of Good Hopt. 



, Professor of Political Economy. 



p. for Hackney. Postmastec- General. 
Walton, William, M.A., Author o[ a Treatise on Mechanical frobleins, the 

Differential Calculus, &c. 
Beck, Edward Anthony, m.a-, Clumcellor's English Medallist, iS6S, 1S70. 

Seatonian Prizeman, 1874. 
Osbom, Thomas Gestae, M.A. 
Lightwood, John Mason, M.A. 
Clark, James WiUiim, m.a. 
Henn, Edward, M.A. 
Findliy, Charles Farquhar, M.A. 



1878. Members' Prizeman, i 



.., Chancellor's English Medallist, 1876, 



COBFTTS CHBISTI COLLEQE. 



Masta — Rcv.Edward Henry Perowne 

D.D., Prebendary of S. Asaph, 

(1879). Examining Chaplain to 

the Bishop of S. Asaph. 
Tutar~C. W, Moule, M.A. 
Asditanl Tutgn—R. T. Caldwell, 

M.A,, Key. J. T. Lang, m.a. 
Classical Latura-t~~C. W. Moule, 

M.A., Rev. S. S. Lewis, M.A., 

Rev. G. H. Sing, b.a. 
Mathematical Lalurirs—R- T, Cald- 

weU, M.A., A. J. WaUis, B.A. 

* Moule, Charles Walter, m.a. 

* Caldwell, Robert Townley, M.A., 

* Lang, Rev. James Thomason, M 



Divinity and Hihrrw Ltclnrers — Rev. 

J. T. Lang, M.A., Rev. A. W. 

Streane, M.A. 
Bursar— R. T. Caldwell, M.A. 
Z)m«— Rev. A. W. Streane, M.A. 
Slramrd—A. J. Wallis, B.A. 
jyecentar—Rev. H. E. Savage, M.A. 
Ca/Kiisl—Rev. G. H. Sing, b.a. 
/y.E/R/«— Rev. S- S- Lewis, m.a. 
Liirarian—Rev. S. S. Lewis, M.A. 



'Lewis, Rev. Samuel Savage, M.A. 
Society des Antiquaires de France. 
Cowell, Edward Byles, M.A., Professor of Sanskrit. 
Burgess, Duncan, k.a. 



L., Tyrwhitt's Scholar, 1869. Schoiefield 
., Corresponding Member of the 



1^ 




CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY— COLLEGES, 



'Streane, Rer. Anneslej- William, m.a., Cams Prijcmnn, 1874. Tyiwhitt 

Scholar, 1875. Jeremie Prizeman, 1875. Evans Pme man, 1875. 
'Savage. Rev. Henrj' Edwin, M.A., Chaplain to the Bishop of Durham- 
•Wallis, Arnold Joseph, B.A. 
•Sing, Rev. George Herbert, B.A. 

KIHQ'S COLLEGE. 

Visiljr—The Lord Bishop of Lincoln. 



Divinity Lislurer — Rev. E. C. 

Selwyn, M,A. 
MalhaitaHcai Lalarcrs — Rev. P. 

Frost, M.A.j H. T. Steam, H.A. 
Ltcturer in History — G. W. Prothero, 

Librarian— C E, Grant, M.A. 
Chaplains— "Rsv. E. L. Hopkins, M. A., 

Rev. H. T, Biacoe, M.A. 
Organ! ji — A. H. Mann, Mus. B. 
Master aver the Choristers — Rev. 

V. C. R. Reynell, M.A., LI„M. 



Dam—}. E. Nixon, m.a., 
E, C. Selwyn, M.A. 

Burtars-'S. Whiting, m.a., W. Aus- 
ten Leigh, M.A., C. E. Grant, - 

Auiibn — W. Barrow Simonds. 

Ttttors-Q. W. Prothero, M.A 
E. C. Wtlldon, M.A. 

Pr^tctBT-G. W. Prothero, U,A 

Clasiital Leelurtri—]. E. N: 
M.A., J. E. C. Welldon, M.A, 
Chawner, u,A. 



SEN I OK [fBLLOWS. 

Long, Andien, M.A. 

Brine, Rev, Percival John, M.A. 

Bendyshe, Thomas, M.A. 

'Bradshaw, Henr)', m.a., University Librarian. 

" Whittbg, Frederick, M.A., Browne's Medallist 

i860. 

Morton, Rev. Arthur Henry Aylmer, m.a. 
Evans, George Heniy, M.D., M.A. 
Wilt, John George, M.A., Hiilsean Prize, i860. 
*Chnrton, Rev. WiUiam Ralph, B.D., Hulsean Prize, 1859. Canon 

S. Alban's. 
•Browning. Oscar, M.A. 
Hodgson, Francis Cotterell, M.A., Pitt Scholar, 1858. Chancellor's Medallisf 

1860. Le Bas Priie, lS6z. Education Office. 
Mozley, Heibert Newman, m.a.,ll.m.. Chancellor's Legal Medallist, 1864. 
Austen Leigh, Edward Compton, m.a,, Browne's Medallist, 1859. Assistan 

Master at Eton College. 



1854. Members' Prii 



*Austen Leigh, Rev. Augustus, M.A., Browne's Medallisl, 1861. Member! 

Prize, iS6z. 
•Nixon, John Edwin, M.A., Gcesham Professor of Rhetoric. 



Mozley, Heniy Williams, M.A,, Assistant Master »t Eton College, Membcis' 

Prize, 1863. Chincelloi's Medallist, 1S64. 
Hollingworlh, Rev. Henry, m.a. 
Gaselee, Henry, ll.m. 
Phillpotis, Kev. Septimus Buller, U.A., Assistant Master at Bedford Grammar 

School. 
Au'ten Leigh, William, m.a., Bioime's Medallist, i86x. Failiament Office, 

House of Lords. 
Cobbotd, Felix Thomley, M.A. 
Dumfbrd, Richard, M.A., Camden Medallist, 1 864. Assistant Charity 

Commissioner. 
Dumford, Walter, M.A., Assistant Master at Eton College- 
Harris, William Manning, m.a. 

Everard, Charles Hugh, M.A., Assistant Master at Elon College. 
Kennedy, John, M.A,, Bell's Scholar, 1867. Specially commended by the 

Examiners for the Craven Scholarship, 1869, Head Master of Aldenbam 

Grammar School. 
Radcliffc, Waller William, M.A,, Browne's Medallist, 1869. 

• Prolhero, George Walter, M,A., Bell's Scholar, 1S69. 

Rawlins, Francis Hay, M.A,, Brovrae's Medallist, 187:, 1872, 1873, Chan- 
ceilor's Medallist, 1S74. Assistant Master at Eton College. 

• Grant, Charles Eustace, M.A. 

Perry, Harold Arthur, M.A., Browne's Medallist, 1873. Proxime accessit. 

Craven Scholar, 1873. Highly distinguished in the Examination fur 

Chancellor's Medals, 1874. 
Clarkson, Thomas, M.A., Members' Prize, 1874. 
Tilley, Arthur Augustus, M.A. 
■ Selwyn, Rev. Edward Cams, M.A., Carus Prise, 187a. Bell's Scholar, 1873. 

Browne's Medallist. 1874, 1875. Proiime accessit Hulsean Prize, 1877. 
Douton, George William, M.A,, Browne's Medallist, 1875. Assistant Master 

al Bedford Grammar School. 

• Welldon, James Edward Cowell, M.A., Carus Prize, lE73- Bell's Scholar, 

1874. Specially commended by the Examiners for the Craven Scholarship, 

1875. Browne's Medallist, 1875, 1876. Craven Scholar, 1876. Chan- 
cellor's Medallist, 1877. 

•Chawner, George, M.A., Bell's Scholar, 1B74. Porson Prize, 1876. Chan- 
cellor's Medallist, 1S77. 

•Cooke, Alfred Hands, M.A.. Browne's Medallist, 1875, 1876, 1877. Powis 
Medallist, 1876, 1877. Craven Scholar, 1877. Chancellor's Medallist, 
187S. Curator of the Zoological Museum. 

Corrie, Edward Knowles, M.A., in his year of grace. 

Macaulay, William Herrick, M.A., Abbott Scholar, 1875. 

Howson, Edward Whytehead, m.a., Browne's Medallist, 1876. Chancellor's 
English Medallist, 1877. Members' Prize, 1878. Assistant Master at 
Felles' College. 



Pear.wn, Carl, 

■"Perry, Edwin Cooper, B.A., 

Porson Scholarship, 1877. 

Browne's Medallist, 1878. 
•Steam, Herbert Thomas, s 



honourably mentioned by the Examiners for the 
Bell's Scholar, 1877. Browne's Scholar, 1878. 
Pitt Scholar, 1879. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY — COLLEGES. 



■, iSSo. Hebrew, Eva 



xii T 

. '877- 1 



QUEEN'S COLLEGE. 



Frendait—'B.vi. George Phillips, d.d., 

("857) 
TirfWi— Re^■. W. M. Campion, D.D., 

Rot. a. Wright, M.A. 

Mathanaluai Lcctura — Emest Tero- 

Classieal Ltcturer — Re?. Arthur 
Wright, M.A. 



/Joan— Rev. Arthur Wright, M.A. 
^arjorj— Rev. Thomas York, M.A., 

Ernent Tcmperiey, M.A. 
Steward — John Clark, M.A. 
Pritlicbr—Rsv. Arthur Wright, M.A. 
Steward af the Cmirfj —James Newton 



Goren, James Newton, ti.A., Dispensation. Lay Fellow. 

•Campion, Rev. William Magan, D.l>., Late Preacher at the Chapel Royal, 

Whitehall. Honorary Canon of Ely. 
Pirie, Rev. George, M.a., Professor of Mathematics in the University of 

Aberdeen. 
■Wright, Rev. Arthur, m.a. 
Haynes, Edmand Child, m.a. 
Gih«on, William, M.s. 
Wright William, ll.d.. Professor of Arabic. Hon. ll.d. of the Universities 

of Dublin, Edinburgh, and S. Andrew's. Hon. D.D. of Jena. Hon. Ph. D. 

of the University of Leyden, Corresponding Member of the Inslitut de 

France, of the Royai Academy, Berlin, of the Royal Soc. of Goltingen, 

and of the Imp. Acad, of Sciences at Si. Petersburg. 
Temperley, Ernest, M.A. 
Bovey, fienry Taylor, M.A,, Professor of Engineering in the University of 

Montreal. 
Niven, James, M.A., U.B. 
Walters, Frank Bridgman, M.A. 
"Walker, George Francis, B 
"■- T, Rev. Jos "^ " 



Uoon, Robert, m,a., formerly Fellow. 

Stone, Edward James, m.a., f.r.s., k.r.s.a., RadcIifTe Observer. Oxford, la 
Her Majesly's Astronomer, Cape of Good Hope. Formerly Fellow, 



D 1 R ECTOR Y — CO LLEGES. 



8. CATHABINS'S COLLEGE, 

yisilar—Tbe Crown. 



Afiufer— Re». Charles Kirkby Robin- 
son, D.D., tx-opcia Canon of the 
Cathedral Church of Norwich, 
(.861) 

Praidoit—'&-n. E. T. S. Carr, M.A. 

7>i/iir— Rev. E. T, S. Can, M.A. 

Aioitant Tutors^ k. W. Sprall, 
M.A., Rev. G. F, Browne, B.D. 

Lecturer i« Modem History and 
PAUBiopky—i:. W. Levin, m.a. 

Mathematical LecCu rer—Z, Teropetley 



Bursar— A. W. Spratt, M.A. 
Dean— Rev. J- R. Lumb/, D.D, 
Pralector—A. W. Spratt, m.a. 
Steward— Rey. E. T. S. Cair, J 
Chaplain-Rev. G. F. Browne, B.D^ 
Secretary to the Canibridee Loc J 



1877. 



FBLLOWS. 

• Carr, Rcy. Edwin Trevor Septimns, m.a., Bcli Scholar, 1859. 

• Spratt, All«rt William, M.A. 

• Pretot, Alfred, M.A. 

Southward, Rev. Walter Thomas, m.a. 
Turabull, William Peverill, m.a. 



JESTTS COIiIlBaE. 

ijttof— The Lord Bishop o£ Ely. 



i 



Master — Rev. Geoigc Elwes Carrie, 
0.11.(1849), late Norrisian Professor 
of Diviniiy. 

Tutor — Rev. Henry Arthur Morgan, 

\ Claisical Lecturers — Arthur Gray, 
.A., Rev. Charles BJiward Graves, 
.a., Albert William Spratt, M.A. 
Mathematical lecturers—Rev. Ed- 
mund Henry Mor^n, M.A., John 
Henry Herbert Goodwin, M.A., 
Wdliam London MoUisou, M.A. 
Divinity Lecturers — The Master- 
Rev. Herbert Mortimer Lnckock, 
D.D., Members' Ptiieman, 1859, 
tS6l,lS62. Schalefield Prize, 1S60. 



SOCIBTV. 

Carus Prize, i860. Crosse Scholar, 
1B61. Tyrwhill Scholar, 
Lecturer on Divinity at King^ 
College. 

Hibrim Lecturer ~ Rev. Herbert 
Mortimer Luckock, D 

Bursar — Arthur Westmorland, LUD. 

Dean — Rev. Edmimd Henry Morgan, 

Steward — Arthur Gray, 1 

Pralector — John Henry Herbert 

Goodwin, M.A. 
ZiirflriBB— John Henry Herbert 

Goodwin, u.A. 
Rustat Bursar— Arthur Westin orlaod. 



Rotighton, Francis Junes, M.A., Bishop of Ely's Fellow. 

"Westmorland, Artbur, LL.D. 

Simpson, Alfred Walker, M.A., Recorder of Scarborough. 

•Morgan, Rev. Henry Arthur, M.A. 

Shield, Hugh, m.a., Chancellor's Medallist for Legal Studies, 1857. 

M.P. for the Boioagh of Cambridge. 
Aikin, Edward, m.a. 

King, Thomas. M.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools. 
•Morgan, Rev. Edmund Henry, m.a. 
Hunter, Harry Si. John Arnele, m.a. 
Bramley, Charles, m.a. 
•Gray, Arthur, M.A. 

• Goodwin, John Henry Herberl, m.a.. Bell Scholar, 1872, 
Seaton, Robert Cooper, m.a. 

Turner, Bingham Dixon, B.A. — 

Walt, John Campbell, B.A. 



GHBIST'S COLLSQE. 



Mailer — Rev. Charles Anthony 
Swainson, Ii.d., Lady Margaret 
Professor of Divinity, and Canon 
_p( Chichester. 

l^John Peile, M.A., Rev, Jame* 
" n Cartmell, M.A. 

English Langaag!—'Rev. 
WUliam Skeat, M.A. 
bS* Compatative Philnlogy— 
TPoile, M.A, Classics and 
"»— Edward Seymer Thomp- 
A. aassici— John Archi- 
l«rkey, m.a. Mathematics — 
r William Hobson, m.a., 



John Greaves, m.a. Hcbrtw -^ 

Rev. William Henry Lowe, M.A. 

Natural .Ffimct— Sidney J^Ho ward 

Vines, M.A. 
Seniar Bian—Rev. James William 

Cartmell. M.A. 
7hh;V Dean-fobsi Greaves, M.A. 
Pnslecloy — John Peile, M.A. 
Steward — Sidney Howard Vines, m.a. 
Readers in CAaJUl — Rev. James 

William Cartmell, M.A., Rev. 

Frederick Henry Chase, M.A. 
Organist — William Amps, M.A. 



, Assistant Physician to S. Barlholomew's 



i 

Cul 



CAMBRIDGE 



Pciie, John, M.A., Craven Scholar, 1859. Chancellor's Medallitt, iMo. 

Lale University Teacher of Sanskrit. Re-elected 1S67 a Fellow under 

proviEions of Stat. 20. 
Buckley, Henry Burton, H.A. 
Cullinan, Maitwell Cormac, M.A., Poraon University Scholar, 1865. Bittie 

Univeraity Scholar, 1867. 
•Thompson, Edward Seymer, M.A. 
GrifGlhs, GrifHth Jones, M,A. 
•Vines, Sydney Howard, M.A. 
• Sharkey, John Archibald, m.a., Porson Scholar, and Pofson Priieniaa, 

1875. Waddinglon Scholar, 1S76. 
*Hobson, Ernest WiUiam, m.a, 
•Greaves, John, M.A. 
Qifford, PhiHp Henry, M.A, 
Vince, Charles Anthony, M.A., Master at Reptan School. 

S. JOHN'S COLLEQE. 

yisitor— The Lord Bishop of Ely. 



Linacre Lecturer of Piyiic—JoU 

Buckley Bradbury. M.D. 
LicCurer in Law and Modem HU 

tory — Rev. Bryan Walker, 
SuperintendiTit of the Laboratory- 

P. T. Main, M^ 
Examittirs in Mathematics—'^. H 

Sesant, u.A., R, Pendlebniy, ILAj 

W. M. Hicks, M.A, R. F. Scoq 

Senior Dean — Rev. Petct 

Mason, M.A. 
Junior Dean — Rev, Alfred Biw 

Senior Bursar — Rev. John 

Pieters, B,D. 
Junior Bunar— "Key. Henry RuEsd 

Stneard — Thomas George Bonne] 

jJiu/iVor— William MitchiosOD IDe 

Or^antfi— George M. Garrett, Mns 



[7ir(Dr.t— Rev. S.Parkinson, o.D.,J.E. 
Sandys, M.A., Rev. E. Hill, M.A. 
W'fPralector — Rev. Stephen Parhinson, 
D.D., F.K.s. 
Lecturer!. Mathematics — William 
H. Besant, M.A., f.S.s., Frederick 
C. Wace, M.A., W. H. H. Hudson, 
M.A., R. Pendlebuiy, M.A., R. R. 
Webh. M.A. Tkeohgy—Rev. C, 
Taylor. M.A., H. M. Gwatkin, M,A„ 
Rev, C.W. E. Body, M.A. ifaraJ 
Sciences — H, S. Fonwell, M, 
Classics — Rev. Charles E. Gravi 



Heitland, M.A.. Charles E. Haskins. 
u.A. Natural Sciences— P. T. Main, 
M.A., W. GameCt, u.A, Medical 
Subjects— D. McAliater. M.A. 
!_ Hehmn Lecturer— Rev. Pelet Ham- 
t Mason, m.a. 

PZlutchinson, Rev, John Robinson. B.D. 
Brbompson, Henry, M.D., Lay Fellow. 
■■Wood, Rev. John Spicer, d.d., lait 
■ WliitEball. 



of Her Majesty's Preachers at 



CAUBRIDGB OIRECTOKV — COLLEGES. 



'Mayor, Rev. Jolin Eyton Bickenteth, M.A., Profesiior of Latin. 
' Mason, Rev. Peter Hamnett, U.A., formerly Tyrwhitt Scholar. 
Courtney, Leonard Henry, M.A., M.P. for Liskeard. Under-Secretary of 

Stale for the Home Department. Lay Fellow. 
*" , Rev. Thomas George, B.n., F.R.s,, F.s.A., k.g.s., late one of Her 
y's Preachers at Whitehall. Professor of Geology al UnivctHily 
^;, London. 
I, Rev. John William, B.D. 



JUNIOR B 

■Kjttsell, Rev. Henry, b.d. 

'FiBeman, Rev. AJesander, M.A., f.r.a.s., Chancellor'a Legal Medallist, 

1863. 
•Tony, Rev. Alfred Freer, M.A. 
'Uain, Philip Thomas, M.A., formcrl)' Bell's Scholar. 
Whitworth, Rev. William Allen, M.A. 
Sodd, Rev. Eric John Sutherland, M.A., late Head Master of Hereford 

Cathedral SchooL 
•HiH Rev. Edwin, M.A., f.g.s. 

•Smith, William Francis, u.A., formerly Bell's Scholar. 
Sandys, John Edwin, M.A., formerly Bell's Scholar. Public Orator. 
•Pahner, Edward Henry, M.A., Lord Almoner's Professor of Arabic. 
Stevens, Rev. Alfred James, M.A. 
•Cat, Rev. William AJbert, m.a. 
Gtiffih, Rev. William, M.A., formerly BeD's Scholar. 
*Pend]ebury, Richard, M.A. 
WWlaker, Rev. George Herbert, M.A., formerly Bell's Scholar. Chancellor 

of Ihe Cathedral of Truro. 
'HeiUaad, William Emerton, u.A., late Craven Scholar. 
Wood, Rev. William Spicer, u.A., formerly Tyrwhitt Scholar. 
■Hiskiiis, Charles Edmund, M.A., formerly Bdl's Scholar. 
'Webb, Robert Rurasey, M.A. 

Cowie, Herbert, M.A., one of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools. 
* FoiweU, Herbert Sumerlon, M.A., late Whewell Scholar of International Law. 
Collins, John, u.A., Master at Rugby School. 
Kewboli Rev. William Taylor, m.a.. Head Master of St. Bees Grammar 

t John Henry, M.A., Master at Felsted School. 
^ WiUiam Mitchinson, M.A. 
jnlev. Joseph Timmis, M.A. 

y, U.A., late Craven Scholar. I^te Person Scholar, Chancellor's 
Medallist, 1S76. 

.. -lobert Forsyth, M.A. 

'•Body, Rev. Charles William Edmund, M.A,, formerly Bell's Scholar. 

Tyrwhitt Scholar. 
Baker, Rev. William James Fumeaui Vashon, M.A., Master at Marlborough 
' College. 

Marshall, Arthur Milnes, M,A,, Professor of Biology at Owen's College. 

Manchester. 
SinipkinsoQ, Heuiy Walrond, M.A. 
UcAlister, Donald, M.A. 
Hargreavea, Richard, u.A. 



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CAUBRIDGE DIRECTORY— COLLEGES. 



English, Willkra Wallis, b.A., Chantcllor'ii Classical MednUist, 1878. 
Rushbrooke, William George, ll.m., Master at the City of London School. 
Dyson, Rev. Frank, m,a., Master at KelJy College, Tavistock. 
Pinsent, Hume Chancellor, B.A. 
Momerie, Rev. Alfred William, B.A., Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, 
King's College, London, 

• Gnnslon, William Hewison, B.A. 
'Dougan, Thomas Wilson, B.A. 

Liveing, George Downing, M.A., F.R.S., Professor of Chemistry. 

• Waireo, Rev. William. U.A., Bumey Prize, 1879. 

• Totteobam, Harty Rede, b.a., Porson Schoiar, 1877. Craven Scholar, 1878. 

Ciiancellor's Classical Medallist, 1879. 
Lammr, Joseph, B.A., Professor of Mathematics and NatnralPh3osophy,Galwayi 
•Caldecott, Rev. Alfred, B.A., CobdeQ Prize, 1880. 
Forbes, William Alexander, B.A., F.Z.S., F.C.S., Prosector to the Zoological 

Society. 



} 



» 



Watson, Sir Thomas, Bart, U.D., ll.d., Physician in Ordinaiy to the Qneen. 

Late Fellow. 
Merivale, Very Rev. Charles, D.D., Dean of Ely. Late one of Her Majeaty'l 

i'reachers at Whitehall. Formerly Tutor. Author of History of the 

Romans under the Empire. Late Fellow. 
Adams, John Couch, m.a., f.R.s., Lowndean Profe.isor of Astronomy. L«te 

Fellow. 
Todhunter, Isaac, M.A., F.R.s., late Fellow. 
Kennedy, Rev. Benjamin Hall, n.D., Regius Professor of Greek and Canon 

of Ely. Lale Head Master of Shrewsbury School, and formedy Pitt's 

Univeisity Scholar. 
Sylvester, Jajnes Joseph, M.A., F.S.S., Professor of Mathematics at Che Johnes 

Hopkins University, U.S. 
Sabinglon, Rev. Churchill, Jj.U., H.l.S., lale Disney Professor of ArchiEology, 

MAGDALENS COLLEQE. 

Visitor— The Possessor of Andley End. 



Bursar— The Master. 
Steward — Francis Pattricfc, M.A. 
Dean- — Rev. Frederick Gunton, u.A. 
Praltctor—Riy/. Frederick Gnnlon, 



Bright. Rev. Mynora, M.A., formerly Tyrwhilt's Hebrew Scholar, 

•Pattrick, Francis, k.a. 

Gtinton, Rev. Frederick, M.A. 

■ Peskett, Arthur George, M.A., Baltic University Scholar, 1B74. 

Newton. Alfred, M.A., F.K.S., IVofessot of Zoolo^ and Compavativt 

CiU, Wilfred Austin, B.A. 



i/ajfar— Hon. and Rev. Latimer 

Neville, u.A. (1853) 
/Veroian;— Francis Pattrick, M.A. 
7i(tor— Francis Pattrick, M.A, 
Lscturers — William Walton, M.A., 

Francis Pattrick. M.A., Rev. Fredk. 

(junton, U.A., Arthur George 

Peskett, M.A. 



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TBINITY 


COIiLEQE. 


Kn-ior— The Queen. 1 


J/iufcr— Rev. Wimam HepwoHh 


yunior Dean-Re^. Alexander 


Thompson, d.d., f.s.a. 


Francis Kirtpatrick, M.A. 


Fice-Afasltr—Re'/. Edward Wffliam 


ffcad Examiner — Rev. Vincent 


Blore, M.A. 


Henry Stanton, MJi. 


TiWofj— Joseph Prior, M.A., Rev. 


Examiners. Maihemaiics—R^.R. 


CoQtla Trolter, m.a., Henry Martyn 
Taylor, M.A., John Maswell Image, 


Appleton, M.A., T. C. Lewis, m.a.. 


W. W. R. Ball, M.A., R. T. 


H.A. 


Glazebtook, u.A. Cl^sics—U. 


AssisOmt 7Wi»-j— Thos. Dale, M.A., 


Jachsm, M.A., A. W. VeriaU.M.A., 


BasU Edward Hammond, M.A., 


R. D. Hicks, M.A., R. D. Archer- 


WUliam Davidson Niven, M.A., 


Hind, M.A., G. H. Kendall, M.A. 


James Wliitbread Lee Glaisher, 


Natural Science— M. Foster, M.A., 


a^.,y.3t.s.,Rev.Alexander rraccis 


r.R.s., F. M. Balfour, m.a., f.r.s., 


Kirlraatrick, M.A., Rev. Richard 
Appleton, M.A., Richard Dacre 
AicVr.Hind, u.A., Rev. Anchilel 




M.A. Moral Science~K. Sidgwiek, 


M.A., LL.D., Glasgow. Zam— J. 


Many Fletcher Boughey, u.A., 
Arthur Woollgar Vcrrall, M,A., 


H. H, Moxon, U..D. History— 


B.E. Hammond, M.A. Theology- 
Rev. A. F. Kirkpatrick, M.A., Rev. 


Frands Maitland Balfour, M.A., 


F.11.S., LUD., Glasgow, Gerald 


V. H. Stanton, M.A. 


Hraiy Kendall, M.A., Walter Wra. 


Senior B«rsar — Wm^tn. AldJS 


Rxnise Ball. M.A. 


Wright, M.A. 


Pntltetor Ot Pkysiology — mti^A 


junior Sursar — GEiaid Francis 


Foster, M.A., F.i.s. ^ 


Cobb, M.A. 


Fntleeier in Raman Literalure a»d 


.^arfiVor — Augustus Arthur Van- 


Archaology—9.e-/. R. Bum, M.A. 




PraUctof in Ancient FhUosopky— 


CAa;>;oi>[t— Borrissow. Rev. Louis, 


H.Jad^n,M.A. '^^ 


M.A., Precentor; 'Howard, Rev. 


Prelector in Moral and FoliticcU 


Francis George, M.A., -Arthnr, 


Pkileiopky—a. Sidgwiek, M.A., 
LLJ)., Glasgow. 




Rev. William, m.a. 




Zf^mnaH— Sinker, Rev. Robert, 


^^^^y— G. H. Rendall, m.a. 


B.D., formerly Tyrwhitt and Crosse 


^^^■e in Natural Science— Rev. 


Scholar. 


^^^^^kTrallei, M.A., F. M. Balfour, 


Regius Prof essors. Divinity— West - 


^^K^-B-S., IJ..D., Glasgow. 


cott, Rev. Brooke Foss, 1>.D. 


^P9mr in Law—1. H. H. Mo^on, 


Hebrew— IsrseX.l, Rev. Thomas, 


W U-U. 


M.A. Greek — Kennedy, Rev. 


■ Uctunr in Modem A'ultoy— B. E. 


Benjamin HaU, D.D. 


■ HiDunond, M.A. 


0™«u(— Hlanfonl, Charles Viffiers, 1 


■ Aisiilanl Lecturer in Classics— ¥. J. 


M.A. 1 




1 


■ Smior Dean— B.SV. Viaceot Henry 




I StaUon, M.A. 





•King, Rev. Charles William, m.a. 

'Munro, Rev. Hugh Andrew Johnstone, M.A., formeHy Uciversity Scholar, 

and late Professor of Latin. Honorary u.c.L. of Oxford. Formerly Tutor. 

HoUiam, Rev. Henry John, M.A., College Preacher. 

• Blore, Rev. Edward William, M.A., formerly Tutor. 

• Prior, Joseph, M.A. 
•Trotler, Rev. Coults, M.A. 
•Cobb, Gerard Francis, M.A. 
•Dale, Thomas, M.A. 



Preston, Theodore, U.A., late Lord Almoner's Reader in Arabic. 
Luard, Rev. Henry Richards, d.d,, RegisUary of the Universily. CoUegB' 
Preacher, 

iiickson, Henry, M.A. 
louJe, Rev. Handley Carr Glyn, M.A., Principal of Ridley Hall. 
•Taylor, Henry Martyn, M.A. 
■Hammond, msil Edward, M.A. 
•Image, John Maxwell, M.A., formerly BeU's Scliolar. Formerly University 

Scholar. 
•Niven. William Davidson. M.A. 
■Stuart, James, M.A., Professor of Mechanism. 

Humphreys, Rev, Alfred Edward, M.A., formerly University Scholar. 
•ColviD, Sidney, M.A., Slade Professor of Fine Art. 
Challis, Rev. James, M.A., y.R.s., Plumian Professor. 
Birks, Rev. Edward Bickeisteth, m.a. 
Foster, Michael, M.A., F.K.S., Honorary ll.d. of Glasgow. 
•Glaisher, James Whitbread Lee, M.A., F.R.s. 

• Kirkpatrick, Rev. Alexander Francis, M.A., formerly Sell's Scholar. One 
of Her Majesty's Preachers at Whitehall. 

•Stanton, Rev. Vincent Henry, M.A. , Poison Scholar, 1868. Craven Scbolai, 

[870. 
•Appleton, Rev. Richard, U.A., formerly Bell's Scholar. 
Fawcus, John George, m.a. 
•Archer-Hind, Richard Dacre 
Mason, Rev. Arthur James, M.A., Canon of Truro. 
Harding, Thomas Olver, M.A. 
Bum, Rev. Robert, M.A., formerly Tutor. 

• Boughcy, Rev. Anchilel Hatry Fletcher, M.A. 

• Verrall, Arthur Woollgar, H.A., Pitt Scholar, 1872. 

• Balfour, Francis Maitlond, K.A., F.R.s., ll.d., Glasgow. 
Caley, Arthur, U.A., F.R.s., Sadleriau Professor of Matbemstiia. 
Meet, William Alfred. M.A. 
Leaf, Walter, M.A.. Craven Scholar, 1873. 
•Ball, Walter William Rouse, M.A. 
Butcher, John George, m.a., formerly Bell's Scholar. 
'Rendall, Gerald Henry, M.A,, formerly Bell's Scholar. 
•Ward. James, M.A. 
■Hicks, Robert Drew, M.A. 
Lord, John William, M.A. 

■ Lewis, Thomas Crompton, M 




CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY — COLLEGES. 



• Balfour Gerald William, M.A. 



• Wright, Williiim Aldis, i 
Heathcote, Willbm Edward, m.a. 

" Jenkiason, Francis John Heniy, M.A., formeriy Bell's Scholar. 

• Poslgale, John Percival, M.A., Professor of Cooipflrtlive Philology, Universily 
College, London. 

"Rowe, Richard Charles, m,a., Professor of Pure Mathematics, University 

College, London. 
MicheU, Waller Gordon, m.a. 
Smith, Junes Parker, M.A. 
"Frazer, Tames George, M.A. 
Spring-Rice, Stephen Edward, M.A. 
•Sedgwick, Adam, M.A. 

• Arnold, Edward Vernon, B.A., formerly Bell's Scholar. 
•Thompson, Joseph John, B.A. 

HONORARV FELLOWS. 

Aiiy, Sir George Biddell, LL.O., F.B.S., k.c.b.. Astronomer Royal. 
Tennvson, Alfred, d.c.l.. Poet Laureate. 

The Lord Bishop of Durham, D.D., lale Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity. 
Field, Rev. Frederick, u.A., ll.d., Editor of Chrysostomi Hn miliy in 

Matthffinm, Oripnis Hexapla. &c. 
The Lord AJchbishop of Dubhn. d.d., Author of Notes on the Parables, 

Notes on the Miracles, &c. 
Lord Houghton, M.A., Author of Poems, &c. 
Lord Rayleigh, M.A., Professor of Eijierimcntal Physics. 

Henry, M.A., LL.ri., Glasgow. Pneleetor in Mora] and Pohtical 

fhy. Author of the Method of Etiiies. 
!dwardHerbert,M.A.,Aulhorof A History of An dent Geography, &c. 
m, William Henry, li.A., Member of the French Inslilule. Late 
t of the Council and Minister of Foreign Afiairs in Fiance. 



EMMANUEL COZiLBOE. 



fibWr— Samuel George Phear, u.d. 
(iSri) 

Dilor—W. Chawner, M.A. 

Assioanf Tulori^—Rev. A. T. Chap- 
Baa, M.A., Rev. A. Rose, U.A. 

laturer in MtUhemaiics—R.. R. 
Webb, K.A. 

Itclurtr at Ciassia — J. A. Sharkey, 



iKbttir in 

Sdwyn, K 

Ckpman, 



Divinity— "Key. E. C. 
.ffcSr«B — Rev. A, T. 



Lecturer in Natural Science — W. N. 
Shaw, M.A. By the system of 
intercollegiate Lectures, Students 
of the College in Natural or Moral 
Sciences are afforded full oppor- 
tunity of instruction in Iheii branch 
of study. 

-Z^n— Rev. A. T. Chapman, M.A. 

Steward— Vi. N. Shaw, u.A, 

Bursar — Rev. A. Rose, M.A. 

Pra^Uclot--^. N. Shaw, m.a. 

L^/mrian — Rev. J. B. Pearson, n.D. 



i 



CAMBRIDGE DIEECTOBY— COLLEGES. 



formerly Bell's University 
, late Tyrwhitt's Hebrew 



■ Visiter— PlMp Sidney, Baro 

^^H Vice-Chancellqir and two Senior Doclors in Divinity; in olhere, the Vice- 
^^^^h Chancellar and tlie Masters of Christ's and Zmmaouel, are appointed 
^^^H Visitors by the Statutes. 

I - J/oHfer— Rev. Robert Phelps, 

' (1843) 

Tlifcr— Charles Smith, m.a. 

Bursar — ^The Master. 

Dean—Rev. J. W. Hicks, M.A. 
' Sleward—Rev. J. F. Hardy, B.l 

Bnelector—Rcv, J. F. Hardy, B. 

Classical lecturers — Rev. C. 
Graves, m.a,, A. Stewart, m.v 



• Pearson, Rev. John Batteridge, 

Scholar. 

• Chapman, Rev. Arthur Thomas, 

Scholar. 

• Rose, Rev. Alfred, M.A. 
Pitts, Rev. Thomas, M.A. 

"Chawoer, WiUiam, M.A., Hnlsean Priieman, 1873. 

Hott, Rev. Fenlon John Antony, D.D., Hulsean Professor of Divinity. 

Reith, Wilh'am, M.A. 

•GreenhiD, Al&ed George, M.A., Smith's Prizeman, iS; 

Bishop, Rev. William Chatlerley, M.A. 

•Shaw, WilUam Napier, M.A. 

• Allcock, Charles Howard, fl.A. 

• Allcoct, Walter Burt, B.A. 

• Mackenzie, Hector William Gavin, b.a. 

Churchill, Rev. Joseph Dixie, m.a. 
SIDNEY SUSSEX GOLLEQB. 



Isle and Dudley 



J 



Lecturer in 

Hebrew Scholaj'. 
Taylijr Lecturer— U^e, Rev. George, 



FELLOWS. 

Gulch, Rev. Charies, B.D. 

•Hardy, Rev. John Frederic, b.d.. Fishmongers' Fellow. 

Machray, Most Rev. Robert, D.D,, Lord Bishop of Rupert's 

"Smith, Charles, M^. 
• Neville, Francis Henry, m.a. 

•Hicks, Rev. John Wale, M.A., Demonstrator of Chemistry at 1 
Cambridge. LaleLectuterinBotanyat St. Thomas' HospitaL f 




CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY— COLLEGES. 



Iddan, John, m.a. 
Wilson, Samuel RoberLshaw, l 
Inspectors of Schools. 



DOWIflNG COLLEGE. 



rijiWr— The Crown, by ihc Lord High Chancellor. 



MitsUr — Rev. Thomas Wotsley, D-D. 
('836) 

Proftssor of the Laws of England— 
William IJoyd Birkbeck, M.A. 

Profezsar of Medicine— Petti Wall- 
work Latham, M.D., formerly 
Fellow. Physician to Adden- 
brooke's Hospital. Late Assistant 
Physician to the Westminster 
Hospital. 
Tiitow— John Perkins, ll.d., Rev. 
J, C. Saunders, m.a. 



LeOurtrs in Law and Moral Scienu — 

Rev.T. J. l.awrence, m.a. & m.l., 

C. S. Kenny, m.l. 
Ltcturers in Medicine and Natural 

Science— Kev. J. C. Saunders, 

M.A., R. M. Lewis, u.A. 
Bursar — John Perkins, LL.D. 
Dean — Rev. J. C. Saunders, M.A. 
Sleward — John Perkins, ll.d. 
Librarian— C. S. Kenny, M.L. 
Pi-itUctor — John Perkins, ll.d. 
Chaplainz—T^e, Master, Rev. J. C 

Saunders, M.A. 



•Perkins, John, ll.d. 

MaccoU, Norman, M.A., Hare Prizeman, 186S. 

Brailey, Waiiam Arthur, u.D. & M.A., Pathologist to the Royal 

London Ophthalmic Hospital. Lecturer on Comparative 

Anatoiny at St. George's Hospital. 
Crawley, Charles, u.a. 
Kenny, Courtney Stanhope, m.l., Winchester Prizeman, 1874. 

Chancellor's Legal Medallist, 1875. Yorke Prizeman, 1878, 

i8;i), 18S0. 
■Saunders, Rev. John Charles, M.A,, sometime Lecturer in 

Botany a.t the Charing Cross Hospital. 



Humphry, George Murray, m.d., f.b.s.. Professor of Anatomy. 



BIDLET HALL. 

A handsome building in Tndor-Gothic style (Luck the Architect), has been 
erected by members of the Evangelical party in the Church, lo provide a 
residence and tuition in Theology for graduates who may prefer to continue 
their residence in Cambridge, rather than to enter at any of the various 
Tticolocjcal Colleges in other parts of England. 

/Vi»o>a/— Rev. H. C. G. Moule, m.a. 






CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY— COLLEGES. 



CAVEITDI8H COLLEQE. 

Cavendish Colleee was established by the County College Association, and 
inaugurated by the Duke of Devonshire in 1876, with the following objects. 
(1) To enable Students somewhat younget than ordinary Undet^raduates, 
to pass thiough an University course and obtain an University degree. (l) 
To train in the art of teaching those Students who intend to become School- 
masters. (3) To secure the greatest practicable economy in cost as well a> 
time. There are now about So Undergraduates in residence. 

/Vcjw'mr— Duke of Devonshire, K.G. I TBtorj— F.T.Swanwick, m.a. ; J.H. 
fforJoi— John Cox, M.A. FJather.M.A.; Rev. H. E M«ddock, 

CTfl;)/fli">i-Rev.H.E.MaddocIt,M.A. | m.a. ; F. L. Brereton, m.a. 



QULTON COLLEOE. 



Mistriss — Miss Bernard. 
Zre/wrfr/— Rev. E. T. S. Cair, S. 

Catharine's College; Rev. E. S. 

Roberts, Caius College ; Rev. J. 

Venn, Caius College ; A. Pretor, 

Esq., S. Catharine's College; Rev. 

R. N. Ferrers, Caius College ; 



H. Sidgwick, Esq. , Trinity College ; 
B. E. Hammond, Esq., Trini^ 
College ; G. Temperley, Esq., 
Queen's College; P. T, Main, Esq., 
S. John's College! Miss Welsh. 
Miss C, Herschell, Girton Collie; 
Miss Scott, Girtoa College. 



ITEWNHAM OOLLEQE. 

Newnham College is situated close to the backs of the Colleges, not far from 
Queen's Bridge. It is a CoU^e for Women pursuing a course of Academic 
study, and consists of two buildings, the South Hall, formerly Newnham Hall, 
and the North Hall, just opened, which together provide accommodation for 
70 Students. 



Princifii/— Miss A. J. Clough, 



I Vice- Principal— TAts. H. Sidgwick. 



SELWYN OOLLEQE. 

The Foundation Stone of this College, which is being erected to the memory 
of the late Bishop Selwyn, was laid by Earl Fowls, High Steward of the 
University, on June 1st, 1881. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



ABBEY STREET. 



MTTTIMEE'a YARD. 

1 TuTent. Hatcrf 

2 ETeritl, BoLvrt, Isbonrar 

I Qnisgrasa. Mia. C, TBahWDBUIi 

3 Dixfaill, EdwBcd. Ubannr 

4 ShDeto, OhorlBB, iialar 

i Pratt, Jdha, ^aA Atxjcker 
< IdtU, OeoTgB, lubourer 
T Lmtliutn', Willum, iBbouier 

5 Arnold, Charles, daiiymao and 

i Tjlei, Aithiur, labourer 
ID HbU, Mm. 



An-i ii Nob Strut. 
FL£T0ItEK'3 YABD. 



t Lee, Robert, labourDr 

U Dene, Chnrlea, jqilkmaa 
U Hodns, Jdd., college aeiruit 
ig Kuufleld. Mk BndgBt 
Ibiniilaill, Joseph, college aorvan 

SNOWa YARD. 

sugar toiler 



ADAM AND EVE STREET. 

JoO^ler, AKrodd." 

1 Plumb. Arthur, iaboutor 



13 DalioQ, Frtli^rick H., bookbinler 



1 Archer. Thamu 

3 Collier', ThnmoB. 

4 WbeuMu, Willis 

5 StubbLogs. Willi 



Bowd, John, stone works 
35 Hurt, William, painter 
3G SmiUi. Alexander 
37 Freemnu. Thomas, hutaher 



hiri ii Pnificl Row. 
41 Ryder, Williaio, labourer 

Burre^ Henry C. railway labourer 

43 Stoek, Frederick, ^oom 

Clarke, Oobert, grocer and baker 

cngioeer on board ahip 





AnfBWORTH STREET. 

I Cawthom, Wm. H., The Geldait 

AUebone, Charles, biicklayer 

AINSWORTH WALK. 
Knight, EUen J. 
Barber, George, sloneTnason 
BonEeld, Edwin, bootmaker 
^ Ephstein, Morris, traveller 
9 Bell. Edward, bricklayer 
II L^cham, Wm., painter 
13 Chaplin, Gimn, carpenter 
15 Thompson, James, carpenter 
I J Osborne, Henry, ticket collector 
It) Braybrook, Samuel, labourer 
II Stevens, Geo., railway signalman 
13 Baker, Geo., railway servant 
15 Norfieid, Jas.B.D., engine cleaner 
27 Marsh, jno., labourer 
89 Dicker, Henry G., G.E.R. servant 
31 Prime, Etias, sawyer 
33 Banyard. Philip, builder 
35 Tucker, Margaret 
37 Newman, Joseph, pilotman 
49 Killingsworth, Wm., labourer 
5! Wilson, John T,, fireman 
J3 Markham, Thos., fireman 
55 Ripley, Tno. F., brewer 
5 7 Dellow, "Heniy, grocer 
59 Grreen, Thos., labourer 
61 Good, James, Willow Cottage, 

greengrocer 
63 Pate, Gilbert, grocer's assistant 
65 Moore, Harry, cOok 
67 Harben, Alf., journeyman butcher 
69 Samworth, Chas., clerk 
7 1 Lander, John, college porter 
75 Hardingham, Walter, railway 

77 Tyers, Robert, gardener 

79 Egan, Joseph, general dealer 

83 Golding, Owen, number taker on 

G, E, R. 
85 Newton, James, butcher 
87 Easlon, James, bricklayer 
89 Hardy, Richard E., ironmonger's 

91 Brown, Thos. G., coal agent, &c. 
93 Moore, Frcdk., G.E.R. guard 
95 Briggs, Wm., railway guard 
97 White, Geo., baker 



99 tiall, Wm., stonemason 



3 Edwardi, Chas., " Great Eastern 



[08 Prime, Robert, boot binder 
106 Almond, Mark, engine driver 
[04 Carroll, Samuel W., boiler maker 
1 Rayner, Benjamin, firemim 
1 Moore, James, shunter G.E.R. 
98 Tamer, Joseph, M. R. engine 

96 Kitchener, Sarah 

94 Bun, Robert, car examiner on 

G.E.R. 
92 Banyard, William, engine drijer 
90 Underill, Eli?.3 
88 Newton, Thos., gentleman's 

86 EUis, William F., boiler smith 
84 Brefherton, Wm. J., railway cletk 

50 Hancock, Henry, door-keeper at 

University Library 
78 Proctor, Thomas, butcher 
76 Gardner, Joseph A. 
74 Cawdron, James, "The Claremont 

■J2 Livennore, Thus., fireman 

70 King, Adelaide 

68 Jufls, Edwin, solicitor's clerk 

Clayboume, Mrs. 
66 Hinde, Benjamin 
64 Wright, James 
bi Smith. tOchard A., gardener 
60 Carroll. Thos., engine fitter 
58 Tale, Robert, engine driver 
56 Yaxley, Thos., caipenter 
54 Wilson. Richard, fireman 

51 Dare, Harriet 

50 Hines, Chas, F.. railway inspector 
48 Gatward, Walter W., bootmaker 



Henry, bi 

3 Clarke, Sarah A., c 
8 Wilson, John, labourer 
6 Bareford, Andrew, engine dpaoer . 

4 Snelling, Fred., engine driver 

z Sutton. William R., shunter 
G.E.R. 
[rooks, Walter, G.E.R. Goods 



^^" DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 


1 


Ainraorth Strett (amtinuid). 


ALBERT STREET, 


■ 18 Flack, George, beersellet 


East Road. 




Atr* U aiQ„, airtil. 






tb Gilbert, Geo., grocer and brewer 
Jl Burton, Walter, engine cleaner 


Jobneijn, JcsepL, labourer 




Jz Howlet, James T., firenmn 






M Vail. Henw. bricklayer 

18 Howlet, Waiiam E., painter 


4 C^^iin'^li^'^' 

5 BhflW, Tbomat, loap maka 

e H°lmea, John 0., giooex'a naa 
T OatM, William, poitei 




' 16 Toper, Robert, boiler maker 




14 Langford, Hairy E., G. E. R. 


8 BidireU,Itederiok, porter 
B Blo^m, Robert P. "^ 




12 Malterson, William, railway clerk 


10 L88, ■William. hawkar - -—-—■■ 

11 Oaun, Mrx. }Ury _» 1 r" 


' 


10 Farrow, George 5., gardener 


2 i^^ DHUclWuItt 


g 


3 Derby, Bdward, brioklayer 






4 Pledni, Robert, irluelinight 

5 WolAi, Mm. SuBin A.. 






4 Gibbs, Hannah, copk 


6 Tapping. Mrs. Mahi, hawksr 




2 Wakefield, Eliza 






18 WBatnood, George J,, bricklayer 




The Ainsworth FarocMal 


M ?™ 'chSl"?^ Uilor a,.d robe miker 




Boome. 


SI Smitb, Tbomaa, l,allo» uhandLer 




S. James' Church. 


ai.bi:b,t stbebt. 




ALBEET STREET, 


TTewmarket Bo ad. 




Choatorton Eoad. 


Prj-or, Edward & Co., Victoria 




1 ffiS^rs,"^'" 


Brewery 




» BujTiM, John, Bhoemnkcr 
t OBUrton, John, cabman 


ALBERT COTTAGES. 




i StHlcT. Ur., ptluter 

a Butt, Alfred Ugm. boat builder 

7 Bt'ul, Gi-Drge, bmrer^H man 


I Seymour, Greenwood, hau- 
dresser 






2 Bennett, John, bricldayer 




t HiUi, CtuufeV. teilor 


3 Cats, William, labourer 




1! Cook, John 


Hind. Thomas, caner 
4 Blazley, Thomas, drayman 


1 


lloPcUit, Hij, butler 
llaamm, Char)BH. canoau 


S Botmett, Charles, blacksmith 
1 Maniott, Mrs. Frances 


1 


14 KiTU. Bdniimd, plunTber 


2 Summers, Elizabeth 


1 




3 Nichols. George K., miUt seUer 






4 Gates, David, tailor 




^^^^Bld, WUliiuu. whilesmith 


5 Williams, Phihp, carpenter 




^^^Hkwiuiun, I^or 


6 Chaplin, John 

7 Freeman, Francra, gas filler 

S Stubbingfi>-£Licbiu4^l3mp,lighter • * 
^ Cutteis, Wafam, *rwt- ' - •- " - 


^ 




10 Freeman, Walter, furniture porter 

11 Johnson, Elizabeth, certified 




^^^Bn, Robert, 




^^^Welirt, M)m H C.grncar 


midwife 




1 •!»f«ii,J'>n'm,»ll^"«™it 
i «I»iB,ar!. 


WOson, James, tailor 

12 Savidge, Joseph, college servant 

13 Watson, Charles 


1 



^^ 14 Smee, CharL 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



n 



Aa>tn Stmt (amtaaui). 

14 Smee, Charles, painter 

15 Seymour, William, billiard marker 

16 Hefier, Brand, general dealer 

17 Tupling, Charles, painter 

18 LaughtDn, Richard, tailor 

19 Triinm, James B., watchmaker 



II Browning, Robert, tailor 

AIiEXAITDBA STRSET. 

Toimg Man's Cliristian 

AsBooiation 
Caslle, Noah, Custodian 
Chater, Josiah. Accountant 

office of Camb. Tramway Co 
Cambridge Reform Club 

Building Society 

3 Webb, John, ptiating office 

4 Ellison, Burrows, & Freeman, 

Solicitors' Cambridge In- 
dustrial Dwellings Co., the 

Cambridge Coffee Palace Co. 

SturtonTown Liberal H all Co. 

ALL SAIN"T8' PASSAGE. 

1 Lichfield& Son, fruiterers, &c. 
Lichfield, Edward 

2 Carpenter, George Ralph, 

tailor and robe maker 
University Church Mission- 

3 Pratt & Son, painters and 

plumbers 

4 Cox, Elizabeth 

Robinson, J., bootmaker 

5 Smith, Patrick J., teacher of 

music, importer of musical 
boxes, &c. 

6 Marshall and Co., tailors and 

robe makers 
Anderson. John 

7 Ingrey, Harriet 
Tomlin, Henry, bookseller 



AVETTUE. 

Mitchell, B. H„ Coal Wharf 
Derby. Leicester, & Yorkshire 
Colliery Co's. Coal Wharf 
Xiondon and ET.W. OtooAs 
Station. 

1 Avory, John, coal agent 

2 Cook, Charles 

3 Hinde, Geo. M., Daisy Lodge, 

assistant master in Modem 
Languages 
Cambridge Stained OlaBB 
Works, 
Constable, W. H., artist in 

stained glass 
Kett, George, Morley Lodge 

Aar> u ClarraioH Baai. 

Whitehead, Rev. F. W., M.A., 

Moslyn House 
Little, Mrs. Mary, Brooklands 

Villa 

hare ii Shi/tahttry Read. 



Jonas, John Carter 
Macintosh, Alexander, Argyle 

ViUa 
Watts, Thos. F., Bracondale 

— Langdale Lodge 

Miller, Joaepli, gate ki^uper. Fordaaid 

jBrrn. Jan.. garasner, Fordflold CoCtwe 

WetenhalJ, H. J,, Fordfidd 
House 

BARTOIf KOAD. 

Golding, Mrs., The Grove 
here it OranUhuler Blreit. 

Pelham, Honble. A. E., M.A. 
Trinity College, (Maitland 

here ii Dirby Strut. 




Rdd, James S., M.A., (Croft 
House), classical lecturer 
Caius College 



Kii%ht,TI 



8. Mark's Church. 
Halt, Mrs., Newnham Villa 

CLARE VILLAS. 
Carr, Mrs. 

Atkinson, Rev. George Barnes 
M.A., lecturer and late 
Fellow of Trinity Hall 
Watson, H., (Croft Lodge} 
Pi^ott, Robert, gardener 
Glasscock, John, Jun,, cab pra- 

Kggolt. Mr5. 

Jackson, Henry, M.A., Fellow 
and Pra^Iector in Ancient 
Philosophy, Trinity College 
(Croft Cottage) 

Thmston, Mrs., publican, "The 
Hat and Feathers " 



U^ Obarles, Inbourcr 
Uncldna, OeorEii. labourer 
Edmrti, William, labourer 
Bcmn, 0«Tge. Isbnuvi 
Bnoe, Jubei, Jabonrtr 

HOUOWAY OOITAOES. 
Wlty, Cbiria, tabourer 



SELWYN TERRACE. 

Egiir, "William 
Bdcham, Frederick, miller 
Ihice, Philip, labourer 
'Oawia, WiDiam, miller 



Circoif, Enoch, gardener 
Marshall, William, gardener 
Dawkins, Edward, labourer 
(3 houses unoccupied) 
Godfrey, Rev.E., M.A., Cutb4 

of S. Mark's Church, 
Anningson Bushell,M.A.,M.D. 

Medical Officer of Health 

Waltham— Sal. 
Brown, Thomas, agent 

LJkNE. 



SCovU.JiiDos, Brick yoid 

Kenney, Courtney Stanhop 
M.L., Fellow of Downing'J 

Bolls, Fredoriok, la-bouFor "* 

GlSord. Jamm, labourer 
Hancock, David, farmer 

BATESIAM" BTBliET. 

S. MINVER TERRACE. 

I Clark, Joseph, draper 
z Dixon, William 

3 Veneris, Rev. E., M.A., 

Surrogate 

4 Shileto, Mrs. Isabella S. H. 

5 Bensouj Mrs. Sarah 

6 Bowyer, Wm., Jno., Town 

Surveyor 
Rooke, John W. B., architect 
and surveyor, agent for 
" Union " Fire and Life 
Assurance Society 

7 Davis, Chas. Lloyd 

8 Rae, Jno. 

9 Clarke, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Voung, Miss Rebecca 

1 Neal, James, tailor and robe 

maker 

2 Heale, Mrs. Mary Proctor 

3 Hawthorne, Miss Anne A, 

4 Bishop, Arthur W., clerk 

5 Wakefield, Mrs. Elizabeth 

6 Clarke, John S., commercial 

traveller 

7 Foster, Miss Sopliia. 




SPALDINS'S STREET AND GENERAL 



SIriel (cmtinutd). 

I Phillips, Wm. R.A. 
J Sutlon, Miss Mary A., teacher 
D Robertson, Matthew, B.A., 
(Lon.), D.Sc. (Edin,), Ed- 
itor and part Proprietor of 
"Independent Press" 

1 Smith, Miss Jane M., teacher 

2 Southam, Mrs. Caroline 

3 Gamlin, Edwin R., tailor and 

outfitter 
4 

5 Prime, Luke, retired fanner 
5 Coulden, Mrs. Emily 

7 Welsford, Henry 

8 Sproul, JohnS.,railwaydislrict 

superintendent 

9 Milligan, James, retired tailor 

Bryan, Mrs. Martha 

1 Magni'isson, Eir^ki, M.A., 

under librarian University 
Library 
Oftning Uaimg to Ifoneieh Btriel. 

2 Chandler, Henry, dairy fanner 

3 Flatmon, Nathaniel, agent to 

Messrs. Hawkes, brewers, &c., 
Bishop S tort ford 

4 Edis, Mrs. Ann 

5 Day, Harvey, lay clerk and ac- 

coantant 

6 Abbs, Asa, railw^ inspector 

7 Lockhart, Win., draper 

8 Fenn, Robert, cleik, G.N.R, 

9 Tunstall, Mrs. Sarah A. 

Miller, Mrs. Ann 

1 Hibbert, Matthew, coachman 

2 Wilson, Jno., bntler 

3 Allen, George, painter, &c. 

4 Key, Robert, cabinet maker 

5 Bates, Charles, Joiner 

ITS « Poaton Slriet ^ S. SUfiui Street. 
Casbolt, Alfred, gardener. Elm 
Cottage 

htre 19 Brotluidi. 

Kennedy, Rev. B. H., D.D., 

Regius Professor of Greek, 
The Elms 




Amos, Rev. James, M.A., 
Paston House 

47 Andrews, Charles, Bateman 

Villa 

48 Thurlboume, Miss Isabel, 
Cavendish House 

49 Wright, Thomas, estate agent 

and Valuer, Sylfield House 
JO Clayton, Wm., Anston House 

51 Proctor, George, Ebor House 

52 Crowe, Spicer 

,S3 Beall, George, Sussex Villa 
54 Browne, Rev. George Forrest, 
B.D,, late Fellow S. Cath's, 
Sec. to Camb. local Exam- 
ination Syndicate, and to 
Camb. University Com- 

SS 

56 Wace, Fred. Chas., MA, 

L.L.M., lecturer in Math- 
ematics at S. John's CoU, 
Newland Villa 

57 Mountain, Miss Katherine 

Anne Pre vest 

58 Osborne, Robert Wm. 

59 Cooper, John W., L.L.D,, 

barrister-at-law 

60 Barrett, Robert 

61 Fardell, Rev. Henry Wm. King 

M.aI, Minver House 

62 Thornton, Miss Mary, iadie^ 

School, Bateman House 

63 Banks, Chas., Eastern House 



BENET STREET. 

1 Stanley, Mrs. M. 

2 Troughton, John, carver, gilder 

and picture frame maker, 
haircutttngand shampooing 

3 Hammond, Philip, Bath Hotel 

4 Water Works Offlee, 
Tomlison, Henry, manager 
and civil engineer 

5 Sayer & Wilson, bookbinders. 



Bout Slnet fcantinued}. 

6 Pryor, Charles, tinman and 

Wilson, Charles Miller, princi- 
pal attendant al Fitzwilliam 
Museum 

7 Sanders, Mrs. S,,innkeeper,fly 

proprietress and billiard 
rooms, " Eagle Tavern " 

8 Clarke, Edward Charles, lodg- 

ing-house keeper 

9 Symonds, John, solicitor, clerk 

to guardians, Chesterton 
Union and Rural Sanitary 
Authority 
Symonds, Mrs. M. 

Atri u Einifi, Parade. 
London and. County Bank. 

10 Sweeting, James Hanky S., 

manager 

11 Peed, S. and W., solicitors, 8:e., 

Offices of the Cambridge 
Lieutenancy,NolaryPublic, 
&c 
Thirkettle, Mrs. 
B. Benedict's Cliurch. 

lure i- FfM School Lanr. 

11 Haywood, Fredk., bookseller 

13 Robinson, William and A. M., 

butchers and farmers 
Robinson, Wm. 

14 MiUer,JamesF.Oate John Lee) 

wine and spirit merchant, 
agentforlnd.Coope&Co.'s 
and Marshall Brothers Pale 
Ale and Stout 

15 Uortlook'a Bank. 
Mann, Robert, head clerk 
Mortlock, Edmund John, M.A., 

J.P. 

HBNSOIf STKSBT, 
Huntingdon Bd. 
Marshall, Alfred, gauienet 
Ayres, William, ,. 
Dean, Albert, tailor 
Piddock, William, printer 
ffiabllty. John 



Parsons, Mrs., laundress 
Marshall, Henr>-, metchant's clerk 
Skelton's, S., fumituie stores 
Knapel, Henry, college servant 
Woiifor, Ebenezer, tailor 
Shaw, George, assistant mancipal 
Scarr, Mr., coUege servant 
Nunn, Alfred, gsffdener 
Beard, William, labourer 
Pateman. Robert, gardener 
Gray, Charles, rope maker 
Hawkins, Michael, general shop 
Amps, Frederick, college porter 
Nicholla, John, carpenter 
Mansfield, William, lamplighter 
Pop well, Benjamin, college servant 
Aj^a, William, Junr., gardener 
Latham, Richard, bookbinder 
Peck, Harry, draper's assistant 
Chambedain, Geo., warder at gaol 
Simpson, J. T., cabinet maker 

HIVE COTTAGES. 
Baynes, Thomas W., ironmonger's 

Steam, Sluarl F., carpenter 
Benson Street, fcontinutd.) 
Clark, William L., cab driver 
Frost, Piiiiip, labourer 
Foreman, James, bricklayer 
Gravelling, Robert, carpenter 
Woollard, Thomas, W. tailor 
Bock of North Terrace. 
; Hall, James Laben. labourer 
6 Spilsworth, Wilham, „ 
5 Cullup, John, brewer's man 
4 Cooper, John „ 
3 Lowe. William, coal porter 
2 Rogeis, Henry, wbitesinith 
I Stevens, Mrs. Mary 

BEI^TINCK STREET. 
(New Town) 

1 Barnes, Benjamin, carpenter and 

2 Sanns, Anthony, cqiller 

3 Clay, Mrs. Mary 

4 Haslar, Jno., cabinet maker 

5 Pearson, Chas., farm bailiff 

6 Bester, Robert, caipenter 

7 Homer, Mrs. ^iiaiiefe. 



^^^^^v 


1 


^^^^^^ Vpalding's street and general I 


^^^B Benlinck Streft (continutd). 


5 MamhiU, George, tutor 




a Newman. Thomis, tollegB porter 


^^B BENTINCK TERRACE. 


7 Farsd;kc, Mra. Sv>b 
gnuDt. Martin. DdUirright 


^^^^H 4 Brawne, C, police constable 


^^H 3 Clarke, Wm., coachntan 
^^■^ 2 Mouel. Wm., laiJnr 


ID Wilson, Chailc. 

11 ITeetdi, Thoitiai, gem^rai dtsla 


1 Addison, Mrs. Enen S., 


14 AllIin,'Pr'^ri''*.'tSloT™' 


' dressraaket 


IS OuthbBrt, Mm, Bbtalieili, milkwomui 


8 Hopkins, Mrs. Sarah E. 


laBrignell. Jno,.lnboiirBt 


9 Cooper, Frederick, gardener 
lo Palten, Jno., confectioner 


BKADMOKB STREET. 


II Bass, James, labourer 


Boat Road. 


II Lee, Jno. M., gardener 

Goddard, James. Vine Collaee 


1 Howlrtl, Bcbort, carriage Bjaker 




13 Manning, Jno. Jas., railway 


J Farrant, Siunuel, epgino nlEftaCT 
3 Jarvi", Henri, oomiraailor 


14 Murlitt, David, engine filter 




5 Wya, Mrs. Marj A.. laundreBa 


15, Freshwater, Joseph, groom 


J LaTlon.EdiTHd, printar 
H TjrlBT, Hairj, injll»nght 
S Iie&der, James, railway lerFBJit 


16 Moore, Walter, compositor 




]8 Wade. James, gardener 


10 Kerknp, Jamee, urholsteter 


19 & !0 Ayres, Fredk., coach builder 


heri ii SomK Lane. 






BERMUDA BOW, 


1! Oray, Giiorgi', iqnrket goidenel 


Eiston Hoad. 


la Fabi,MiHaEluabuth 


1 Butliera, Mrs. 


IS Barnae,'Qcot;eA,.trm™r'»iiian 


I Hunler. Uij. 




»C«pa!.J»mM,Uboar™ 


18 Moore, MRfEliiStti 

19 Robmaon, Fredmok. lelegralili fllet* 


* Goode, ■Walter, carpenler 




2ii OoUy, AKred, lataourEr 

il Slaflkwetl, GBorge, Idboonr 1 

12 Lyons, Mrs, Eadicl 


T LktlMbiW, Q»rge, labcurer 


9 Ounton. Thomas, Ubnurer 


!3 Bane, Mn. RtbMia 


IOPmlZ«JliBriab,l»boai« 


24 Atkin, George H., ag«it 


11 CowcU, William T. , labourtt 
It Oullege, W., printer 




13 BandBTS.Junu, tailor 

14 Corley, Jamea, ahoematcr 


PKAITS BXIILDOJQB, 
1 Raymeat. Joseph, polioe Donslable 






2 £id«eU. WiLUua, bontnmker 




S Bainbddge. Thom-B. jonmejmBt ' 


1§ StisllDW, Bobort', lampliKhlcr 






t DelIar,''jno.,)iJincr , 


IlU'ury, Alfrea. brioklmsr 


h Pollard, WiUiam, andth and ouiuge 






^^^ Bullm^C^l^labourer 




^^^^^ Ol.irlisl Jobn, carprnt«r and joiner 


OTum^. James. TThitesmith 


^^P biiOssom: btbeet. 


1 Pamenter, Jolm. coal dealar 

3 Salmon, William, twlioo aomtable 


^^V Norfolk Street. 


a Woodn. Walter, painter 
34 3hoMnek, Frank, railway seryanC 


H 1 FroMli. WiUiam, goods roretuMi 


Si Wbiskin, Robert, Ubonrsr 


■ 3 Pinney, ThompaoD J. N., coUege porter 


asoBelts Willtam, oarpentm 


■ 8 Tonng. Mi™ M«t 


3C Turner, Ricbud, braiier 


■ 4autUe,Ura. H. 


-^^^^ 



Bradmen Street (continued). 



1 Palmer, Dsrid.imuo 



' 49 Shuiff, Emma, drcKsnukei 
91 BonthgaU, Clwlea. millwright 



BBAHDON PLACE. 

1 BetsoD. Hear;, college narvuit 

3 Cook, John. paiotET 

I Rewlon. rbomaa. bouFe deiorator 

1 Dunn, Stephen, jcomaa 

( Bnj, Ednri. porter 

I UuU). Jntm. pHinier and glaziu 

7 Lusher, Oforge, painler 

1 "WTIUmiu, George, taUor 

I Idibn, OeoTie, sawyer 
U Dellir, Mln Man A. 
lllAttonViUiiun,uiloi 

II Atef , ThomBff. oolleaa ssnant 



17 lughAni, DAvid J., bootuiE 
II IilHot, Frederiek, r;. parte 
19 Breoki, William, waiter 



10 Bullmaa, J 

■1 BE]nt, AUen, F.C. 
a Psnt, Ben junin S., printer 
K But, Joseph B., bookbinder 
tl Duniiwt, Levi, UboursT 

Bonham, John S. 
a D^, Gmrgs, whlleBiiiith 
It UOa, Owrge E,, pointer 
" DofgiW, M., lardEDBT 
KCll<lu,Alfrsd,iilerk 

BBEWHOTTBE! IiAIO]. 
Sast Boad. 



* Iftimm, Cltorir 

7 OoUingi. Ocoi^, melteier 
|Bmj, Blijah, sho- 



BE.IDGE STREET. 

1 Bland, Ellas, draper 

2 Brown, George, baker 

3 Lunc, Collin, tobacconist and 

wine merchant 
3iSkeIton, Samuel, upholsterer 

4 Hoop Hotel, HagEJs, Edward, 

Proprietor 

BEPin:ClIRE PASaAGE. 



5 Sabberton, R. 8: Son, tailors 

and robe makers 
Sabberton, The Misses IM. A. 
andH. 

6 Thompson, Henry, bedding 

manufacturer 

7 Dyball, Robert W., billiard 

table proprietor 
Miller, Frederick R., artist and 
teacher of painting 

8 Young, William H., watch- 

maker and jeweller 

9 Flack and Sons, bootmakers, 

and at 29, Davies Street, 
Berkeley Square, London, 
W., and atgfi. High Street, 
Oxford. 
Flack, Walter 



Cross, J. R. W., Chief Clerk 



10 & 1 1 Pepper and Son, hosiers, 
tailors, and robe makers 
Ship, Miss Mary Ann, lodging 
house keeper 

12 Felton, Robert, plumber, 





GARDEN COTTAGES. 
I Skoyles, Mt!i. Caroline 
z Drate, Wm., clerk 
7 Careless, Joseph, rag merchant 
;B Careless, Charles, rag merchant 
19 Brown, Alfred, tailor 
Niion, Fninitia, cricketer 
OaOoak, Chului, geiieiBl de«lsr 
4 Tuuia, Thoa,, Tood uid atone iBnec 



17 UUBt^i Philip. aMch m 
IS SrBdbuiTi Beo. T., 01)^ 
IB Flaylora, Henri, eupeali 

.1 LBwremw, Altred. briokU: 
i9 DaTi Utb- Bumh, lanndrei 
i3 Butfir, Ura. EUubeUL 



IT Qoodenoiwh, Hi 
n Cooper. Hmiy, ' 



M KnoU, Mra. Jane 

BBnNSWICK PLACE. 

I Flnmmer, Mis. 
z Ellis, Henry 

3 Lingard, buss Enuna 

4 RicUey,Wm., house decorator, &c. 

BRUNSWICK TERRACE. 

Booth, Mrs. Amelia 

Naylor, Thos. H., M.A,, bar- 
rister at law, and recorder 
of Sudbury 

Richardson, Desmond F., 
Brunswick Lodge 



Smruwki Place fcontiatu 

5 Ayres, Joseph 

6 Carter, Mrs. Sophia 

7 White, Wm., Sub-Ubn 

Trinity College 

8 Cross, Mrs. Mary Ann 

9 Pope, Ebeneier, mercb 

10 Crohill, Thomas, sanil 

inspector 

11 DufSeld, Miss Ellen 

12 Griffen, Luke, coprolite 

13 Freeman, Frederick 

14 Biddulph, Mrs. Hannah 

BRUNSWICK LANE. 

15 Morley, Allen 

16 Parson, Alfred 

17 King, Henry 

z8 Gray. Arthur, altendaat 

Fitiwilliam Moseom 
19 Frost, Walter 



I Steam, Win., gaidenei 
z King, Mrs. Mary 

3 Pate, George, caipe 

4 Saint, Charles, vait 

5 Piatt, Lawrence, col 

6 Peters. Robert, aocc 

and estate agent 

7 Edwards. Frederick, co 

8 Sewell, Thomas, printe 



Brunneick Place (centimu 

15 J3^. Thos. W. 

16 Todd, Jno., supervisor 

Inland Revenue 

17 Roper, Mrs. Blanche M. 
i3 Waters, Frank, architec 

surveyor 
ig Wiles, Jno., statuary & g( 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Bnautsick Place fcontinuidj. 
ao Jull, Rev.Jno., bapti 

of Eden Chapel 
2t Moud, Jno,, assistant overseer 

for S. Andrew the Less 
32 Roper, George W. 
23 Dinnis, Wm., clerk, Trinity 

College Kitchen 

BBUIfBWICK WAIiE. 

(jTont, Mrs, Martha 
Wing, Mrs. Snrali 
Hindiley, Mrs. S. 
Funge, Thomas J., deit 
Westrope, Wm. F., compositor 
Leech, John H., piintei's reader 
Mordecai, Daniel, reporter 
Soolhwidt, Henry J., confectioner 
Fuller, Alfred, head cook at 

Trinity Hall 
I LoFls, M^. Emma 
waes, Heniy, sculptor & teacher 



of n 
IS Oliver, Mrs, Emily E. 



BURIiHiaH STBXEIT. 

I Woollaid. Mrs. Louisa 

1 Haiiison, Geo., coach builder 

J Steam, MiES, laitoress 

BUBLEIGH riAOE. 
1 Oweri, OsbcoTiB. pavior [iiuket 

■ EiwkH, W,, pork bulcliif ft uuBige 
& ffiofli, 'W'la., boot tuakPT 
4 Rmll, llii. Hlinbeth 
A fiamn. Urfl. Bdf^ 
*(M*,Hn. Bmsli 



U Oibome, HJJk CHflUne 



I> doe, jDul),>icklByer 
U ^DKn, Urs, laaWlK 
1* EutiflT. jDha, gatdfiner 
>l> Utt. Hn. Slinabetb 
31 Boirmfu Wm. B., tiniiiB 
M Weni. Mra. M1U7, l"und 
^ Baker, EdKatd, labuurer 



. James, plumber 

7 Human, Wm. F,, carpenter 

8 Rook, Maiy, bottle washer 

9 Driver, John K., butcher 

10 Mills, Hannah, tailoress 

11 Mason, James A., boot maker 

IS Churchman, Peter, journeyman 
shoe mAer 

13 Maltby, Chas, S., tailor and robe 

14 Fletcher, Wm., maltster 

15 Coulson, W. & Son, bricklayers 

and builders 
Coulson, William 

16 Furkis, Edwin, house decorator 

17 Wheel, William, police constable 

18 Palmer, David, whitesmith 

19 Spencer, Charles, plumber 

20 Bell, George A., tailor 

Ji Butcher, James, carpenter 

22 RoysIoQ, William, general shop 

23 Careless, Robert F., packer 

24 Bright, Charles, plumber, glazier, 

and painter 

25 Palmer, Hemy, labourer 

26 Prime, Frederick, carpenter 

27 Prime, Thos. H., builder and 

undertaker 

28 Wilkin, Thos., boot maker 

29 Bland, Elias, draper, Sec, and at 

I, Bridge Street 

30 Cambridge, Mrs. Susan 

31 Comwell, William, cricketer 
31 Lewis, Elizabeth, bed maker 

33 Ranson, Mrs. Emily 

34 & 35 Stevenson, Peter S., tailor 

and hatter 

36 Pettitl, William, printer 

37 Seibtook. Elizabeth, dressmaker 

38 Ingrey, Daniel, taUot 

39 Marfleet, George I., baker and 

com dealer 



42 Canham, Thos, J., tobacconist 

43 Maltby, Mrs. Mary, nurse 

44 Spence, Jabez, general shop 

45 Haslop,HenryI.," Burleigh Arms" 

hrrt it Ai,im and £ie Strea. 



H 


1 


^^^r SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 1 


Burleigh Strut (conHnuidJ. 
46 Jarman, Mrs. Naomi, dressmaker 




47 Watren, waiiam, clothier 


Hills Hoad. 


48 Williamscm, Ed-n-ard, tin plate 

worker 

49 Taylor, Charlotte, fishmonger 




SO Day, David, the "John Bull," 
blacksmith 


4 Leech. Itmti, uirycr 
»Hol,l»,.Al(™i labourer 


51 Laveerac, Thomas, Uust maker, &t. 


7 Pluck,' Hury, the '■ ITuoe Pigeom" 


St Fordham, Mrs. Sarah 


8 Prime, M«/Ljdia, \«>ni«^ 


53 Leader. Tabez, tailor (journeyman) 

54 Brieht, Josh,, leather cutter 

55 Hard, William 

56 Everitt. John, hoot maker 


11 Eeev™, William, ml-ay nrruit 
lOTiylor.MlnEliMbeth 
It OraT,ThMa«.la6oQ™ 
13 Faben, John, coal carlar 


13 WUson, Jonli., hawkar 


57 & 58 Heffer, Chas., hardwareman 


U Pryme, Smnuel. liboursr 


59 Avis, David, fruiterer 

60 Houghton. Mrs. Ann, college 


Ib BripiJll, Chaple1T"™r 
MlaaionHaU 


61 Coiall, Henry, plumber & painter 


31 La>Fi, Mrs. Rt'beoca. caitDdiaii 


6l Woollard, Mrs. Elizabeth 


a Wilderapin. Frederick, labourer 


63 Taylor, Miaa Eliza, dressmaker 


23 Willia, John, Isbouror 
U Beeves, Oeorgs, milkman 
24* Aia™,Oh«ire«, labourer 


64 Steam, Charles, college servant 


65 Allen, C, umbrella repairer. &c. 
Johnson, George, boot maker 

66 Watson, Robert H., stone carver 


publican. "The While ffone" 
27 Buttress. ThomaB. labourer 
2« Kifford. John, Isbiiuier 


67 Freeman, Elizabeth, bed maker 


29 Brignell, Mrs. Sarah A. 




SO Hoye, Un. Jemima 

31 Undsu, Mra. Uu7 

32 Oabom, WiUiam, platelayer 

33 Pariier. Mn. BiinJi 


69 Rayment, George, shoe maker 

70 Smith, William, tailor 


73 Harding, Charles 
73aBBrber, Robert M., groom 


34 Tillias. WiUiani, labourer 
3i QraT. Alfred, portal 
SGWhflbr.John.bricliUyer 
37 HsidJuK, Alft«d, railirar porter 
3a CbappeQ, Uiss Buiaa, laundraa 


73 Clarke, George, batcher 


74 Barber, Charles, head cook at 


36 Morgan. Edwsrf.UbOBra. 


1 Sidney College 

^^^B 75 Cartwright, E., Ihe "Foresters" 


40 MorB>a, John, labourer 

41 BrizDell. James, labourer 


43 ^^ali, Mra. £li>»heth 


^^B OAIUS STREET, 


"Anchor" Coffee Boonu 


^^H OoTent O&rden. 


16 Sharp. Arthur a., railway Mmmt 


^^^H t Addison, Ura. Harriet i. 






ji*"?nt4^?r«rKfckiay„*pubH». 




^^^V < Butler, -WiUiHD, o>gme fitter 
^^^B W Ltsm, Itederiok. biioklarer 
^^^H fl Ifoare, FredeiKtk. bricUnyer 


il TaTcraer, Francis, labourer 


92 Lumb, John, eenarsl dealer 


















67 Drary, John H., brewers' man 




SB Dnytou.Ura. Sarah 




59 AllKOOd, Charles, labourer 


^^^^H > Uilla Ben. clerk 




^^^H Sippel, Charles 

^^^1 Filsworth. Henry.coal merchant 


61 Barker, Mr«. Phtebe 
S2 Flaok, Mrs. MaiyJ. 
03 Pink, Elijah. Ubourer 
64 Lloid, Thomas, plBtaUyer 


^^^B Doggett, Thomas F., naturalist 



Igt Place I 
nsa. gmora: 
' St Pisksn, John, ahMinak 
88 Prime, Oiarlea, labomi 
fl9 Ualtby, Jamea. ahoemi 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



10 JoUer, Thonuu, carpealer 
Bl Pttrisli, HBury. Enpna driTcr 
81 HoDnBtuni. Fivdtiru^i blackemith 



8e Fuller, Wiliiun, UtKiurer 
8; NeaJliain, ThomM, atokor 
SS Fitob, Joseph, co&l porter 



CAROLINE PLACE, 
£aat Koad. 



Ilibv.BnunelK.. 

1 Vmaaa, Oeom T., porCer 
i TUta, Alfred, liboiinT 



I Fiukiin, FndBriok, engioe gleaner 
> ?oirt«r, lbs. EmniB 



U RiTTur. Mrs. Muy. mllef 
U BiLTlon, Elliot, cATpenter 
l< HeBcr, SdEooud, labourer 
U Lindier, Dsriil, gBrdsoet 

II Bidl, WlUiun 

U bihbolt, 0«ne, bakei 

a rntt, If m. Bebecca, dian 

U Fmuda. Frederick, millirright 
" HoTun, ArtbuT, painter 
>■ KUOniiuH, Ura. Saae 



CASTLE STREET. 
S. Oilea' Churcli, 



CLARE TERRACE. 

1 Ra.wlandsDn, Emma Lamb 

2 Havers, James R. 

3 Rhodes, Sar.ih, lodging-house 

4 Applin, Thomas, sergeant in- 

structor C.U.R.V. 

15 EUis, Richard A., tailor and 

ladies jacket maker 

a, GILES' OODBT. 
I Cnrsley. GeorEe W.,Gleik at tTnlon 

S TajiJor, John, labourer 

5 WridM, MaiTi lanndreM 

4 Hilsden, WlUiam, Ubourar 
i Ctackling, Ann, lausdnw 

6 Bernolds. Caroline, chanroman 
" °^~- — James, briolilaTer 



I 






17 Chapman, Mrs. Elizabeth, 
putilican, "Dog and Gun" 

19 Wootten's, '"King's Head 

Brewery " 
3 Matthews, Samuel, brewer 
I Beard, Alfred, labourer 
: Barker, Walter, carpenter 

ij Hayward, Charles, police "" 



Gazz, 



table 



The County Courts, 



Police Station, 
Stretton, Charles, deputy chief 
constable county police 
J4 Levett, Joseph, sergeant 

25 Whitechnrch, Thos., constable 

26 Stacey, Susan 

Faoara PAasAQB. 



S7 Henry S. Boning, sohcitor'.': clerk 
aS Pledger, Thomas, carpenter 

29 Bond, Caroline, college servant 

30 Barter, Misa Louisa, lodging-house 



^^^^ 31 Simonf 
■1 12 Wood 



SPALDING'S STREET AMD GENERAL 



3 



CaitU Street (continued). 

31 Simons, David, ironfaunder 

32 Woods, Sarah A., dressmaker 

33 Favell, George Pamment, 

accountant. Agent for Lan- 
cashire Fire and Life In- 
surance Company 

34 Brown, Edw. B., watchmaker 

35 Bain, William, 

36 Utting, James, s 

37 & 38 Underwood, Henry, publican 

French, James, college butler, 
Clare House 

39 Gunion, Frederick, M.A., 

fellow, dean and pradector 
of Magdalene College 

40 Tack, Alfred E., tailor 

41 ClumbcTlaiii, Thomas, shoemakei 

42 Crouch, Alfred George, labourer 

WAEBOYB' YABD. 

1 Kempton, 17011001, tailcpr 

2 Fufey , Daniel, laboarer 

1 43 Warboys, Matthew, carpenter 

' 44 Buckenbam, John, surgeon, 

Huntingdon House 

tre an Vicliina, mum, and 

SunhTiiFdoH Boaia. 

46 Barber, Mrs. Mary,dressmaker 



9 BriUaloj Charln, labourer 
G Game, Jbtobs, sugar boiler 
Outle Street (amtinued). 
tl Ojibniy, Jotin, gexieost 
IS 'WDollBid. JuDBa, labonnr 
43 Tonur, Bobaxa, cliartf DmoQ 
60 HuByeT, Mary, oharwemdji 
fil Halls, Herbert, draper 
82 Gray, James, labourer 

53 Selby, Susan, innkeeper, 

"Wheat Sheaf" 
Selby, John, compositor 

54 CoUin, William, merchant 
kfTi ii plitaant Row. 



BrJsht, Mr& Uair 



BrJsht, 
rolEiB] 



CABTEH'S YARD. 

4 Fowtflr, Emma, laim^w 

fi Bullar, Philip, chimnay »wwp 
G Bafner, Wiluom, labourer 
7 Helsdon Jans 

5 Dovell, Tbog. V., labourer 
B Clark, Wm., labourer 

Harwood, Oeorge, hiickflter 







17 Grow, Harah, dreaflmoler 

62 Cronch. John, cordwainer '• 

63 Daisley, Stephen, thatcher 

64 Martin, John, gardener 

65 Bashani,Mrs.SarahA.,fiahi 

66 Clark, James, labourer 

67 Brown, Jno., cabinet maker 

68 Coulson, Mrs. Ann, general 

69 Williams, Richard, labourer 

LEONABD'a TAKD. 



2 Satton, Shadraak, taboarer 

4 Norirup, Williant, labmirei 

70 Clark, Ann, publican, the 

"Count? Arms" 
73a Blacktop, Samuel, bootmaker 
7a Johnson, William, publican, 
" The Star " 
North, Alexander, laboom 



S EuTia, wmiHm. linn 
T Llofd, WilQua, Ubiii 
B ^iL^noi. Alfred, poii 
» Pegg, Henry, UboiitB 
ID Houle, AgDss, dnsiit 
11 DsUu, ^Uiam, brid 
la Hani, ^nioinu Alfre 
II Miller, J., de&ler 



Che 



74 Swannell, William, head cook 

Magdalene College 

75 Bell, William & Sons, t 



■WHTMAirS LAKE, 
IFftcBiuui 
i Staatatu, Mary 
I Hmrlelt, loboF., iHbourer 
t Sawlnn. Fcednick, labouret 
} Nicholaon, KartliB 
i Hiltdoa, Mutthew, bticknuker 
77 Whyman, John, " Three Tuns " 
BELL'S coxrET, 
I bigttj, W., laboursr 
1 Dlebuiy, Suuaji, collego necTant 
9 Adtuok, Jiatrs, cosch amitli 
1 AdimioDiW^., pninter 

;! Jacob, Thomas P., bntcher 



EVAN'S PASSAGE. 
! Oiu^enler, Robert Junes, criokoter 
* Kuen. W., bootm^er 
|l OfBey, Robert, laboiuer 
« Prior, Elizabeth, confectioner 
'3 Hinion, William, tailor and parish 

clerk S. Giles 
*4 Gntteridge, Sarah, certiiicated 
midwife Irom London Lying-in 



6 Toolte, Michael, tailor 

7 Carter, Alhine, cabdrivec 

8 Bidweil, Mrs. Emma, butcher 

9 Scott, William, labourer 
Sandtield, Mrs. Sarah, seamstr 
: Steam, Aim, straw bat malcer 

2 Plain, James, college coolt 

3 Taylor, William Jamea, 

"Mason's Arms" 

B. Fetor's OhuFah. 

4 Warren, Williara, publican, "King 

Charles II." 

5 FraraptoQ, William, draper 

6 Lloyd, Daniel, boarding and day 

school 
; Lavender, Cieorge, grocer and tea 

dealer 
S B. GileB' GoSbe Booms, 

Youngs, John William 
9 Hutt, S. & E., drapers and 

milliners 
Hutt, Fredericli 
00 Carter, Elizabeth, "While Horse" 



CHESTERTON LANE. 



Back tnirani-B lo Xagdalene CrtUrfft. 

Cureton, Miss, Hill Side 
Parish, Walter, Rose Nursery 
Mann, Mrs. Sarah A., Clare 
House 

OHESTEBTON BOAD. 

Stater, Rev.. Francis, M.A., 
Vicar of S. Giles and S. 
Peter 



Hospital 



Hospiti 
«S .E»aig, Wi 



'illiam Joseph, butcher 



3 w?Lw'-W 



Wootten, James A., brewer 
Dyson & Son's Brewery 
Soward, Edmund, publican, the 



SPALDmO'S STREET t 






Chisttrton Road (conHnucd). 

Breweiy office (Dyson h Sons) 
Preston, Charles, Spring CoIUge 
Logan, John, boat builder, Max- 
well House 
Wigington, Weliesly House 
Logan Samuel 
Clarke, George, builder 
Aspten Wiliiam, boaOoiLD and 

general shopkeeper 
FoiSham, WilUain, pork butcher 
Foster, Frederick, boat builder 
Green, Julius M., " Jolly Water. 



BRIDGE ROAD. 

Mills, G. E., builder's shop, etc. 
1 Conway, Mrs., dressmaker 
1 Brown, John, college servant 

3 Prime, Alfred, tailor 

ktri i» Trafal/itr Btritl. 

4 Steam, Jno. George, shoemttker 

5 Moulding, James, bookseller 

5 SUk, Edward, painter, etc. 
Fison, William Poltetton, Over- 
stream House 

Phillips, George, boat-builder 

TRAFALGAR STREET. 

I Powter, Mrs. 

1 Dant, Mrs. 

3 Netherwood, George, builder 

7 Carter, Mrs. 

8 SuKon, James, printer 

9 Mason, Mrs. 

Green, Alfred, mason 

1 Francis, Alfred, groom 

3 Basham, Edmund, bricklayer 

TRAFALGAR TERRACE. 

6 Bailey. Waller, boat builder 
5 Dant, David, hghterman 

4 Rooth am, Joseph H., builder 

3 Reynolds, George, French polisher 



ChesterSon Road (continutdj. 
BEDFORD TERRACE. 



10 Hoare, Wilham R 

9 Dall, Alfred, grocer's shop and 

post office 
8 Monk, George 

Smith, Jno. Mason, shopman 
7 Wood, Charles M., pianoforte 

6 Holiday, Isaac, upholsterar and 

lay clerk 
5 Carter. Miss Susatma S. 
4 CoUier, Richard R. 
3 VaU, William, a 
1 Wenn, Mrs. 
1 Powers, Mrs. Julia R,, static 

and newsagent, etc. 

TRAFALGAR ROAD. 

1 Edwards, WQIiam, Trafalgar rood 

Nursery 
1 Arnold Edward, billiard marker 

3 Hewish, George, tailor 

4 Toombs, Jno., printer 

5 Green, A., tailor 

6 Turner, William, carpenter 

7 FUnt, L.eonard, groom 

8 Claypole, Thomas, gardener 

9 Beaumont, Al&ed, school-master 

10 Whybrow, Henry, hosier 

11 Adams, Stephen, boatman 
17 Rictett, George, gardener 

13 Hewiflh, Harry, lador 

14 Whybto, Edward Robert, tailor 
Smith, Joshua, carver and gilder 
Williams, James, tallow chandler 

Chesterton Road (continued). 

NELSON TERRACE. 

1 Honour, George, contractor and 

brick merchant 

2 EUwood. college servant 

3 Clare, Thomas, clerk 

4 Curtis, Jno,, tailor 

5 Dal], gardener 

6 Kirkup, Henry, baktf 

lun u Ftrrjl F, 



CheitefioH Road (contiimed). 
S. GEORGE'S TERRACE. 



Ij Dunning, Thomas 

14 Gent, James, foreman road works 

13 Smith, Alfred 

S. GEORGE'S VILLAS. 

z Frisby, Elijah 

I Cheny, Francis, sub-librarian S. 
John's College 
A«re it Nem Out or" Summit." 
10 Whibley, Herbert George 
9 Thurnafl, the Misses 
a Cross, Alban Thomas 



5 Johnson, Mr^. N. W. 

5 tohnsoD, John, tailor 

i Morgan, James, banker's clerk 
3 Fawcelt, Miss 

2 Rennier, Louis 
I Morton, Mrs. 

CAMBRIAN VILLAS. 
Jt Masters, E., coal metchant 
l^ Brown, H., shopman 
10 Powers, Mrs. 

3 Cole, James, tailor 
i Bond, Mrs. W. 

7 Franldin, Miss Annie J., governess 

6 Gray, Walter B., merchant's clerk 
5 Wythcombe, William, shopman 

4 Schneider, Edward A., vodk al 

Trinity College 
J Winters, Mrs. 

1 Gordon, George., Curator Caven- 
dish Laboratory 
1 Maie, Mrs, 

kfra u SpringfitM S<,ad. 
Graham, C. J., Montrose House 
Ibberson, Charles, Chflon House 
Oldaker, Stoneleigh 
Banham, C. F., Welwin House 
Fenn, J., fly proprietor 
Sandys, Jno. Edwin, M.A., public 
orator, fellow and tutor S. 
John's College, Riverside 
^Mias, Mrs. J. R., Arbury House 
Hgrim, ComeUns, S. Mary's 
Lpdgr 



Stanford, Charles Viflers, M.A., 
organist Trinity College, 
Eltham House 

McMichael, Rev, William Fisher, 
M.A., cuiale S. Giles, Chester 

\ert i, Miltoti Saad. 
Scales, George, Scales' Hotel 
Mowlam, Allred, baker, etc. 

Taylor, malhematiial lecturer of 
Sidney Sussex College 

Hale. Rev. George, M.A., Vicar 
of S. Lute's parish, S. 
Andrew's Lodge 

Wilshire, Mrs., Croft Holme 

Saunders, Edward Heath, Devon- 
shire Villa 

Dimmock, Richard, Rose Villa 

Ransom, Frederick, P.F., M.D., 
Bellevue House 

Soames, Rev. Werner H. K., 
B.A., Vicar of Holy Sepulchre, 
Wintringham House 

Banham, Charles, Grove Hoose 



SPRING TERRACE. 
H Lord, Herbert, photographer 
13 Watson, Miss Elizabeth 
12 Benton, Richard Atkin 
11 Hills, Mrs. Susan, Dorset House 

7 Wood, Daniel, artist, master at 
School of Arts 

6 WalUs, Mrs. Susannah 

5 BeaJes, Miss Elizabeth 

4 Mun sey, Ellis, inspector of nuisances 

3 Foster, Martin 

2 Peters, Miss Harriet 

I Markham, Thomas Lavender, 

3 Rogers, Alfred, assistant Unjver- 

! Scott, Mrs. Jane 

I Moore, Jno. Stanford, fly pro- 
prietor, Richmond Cottage 
Bell, Joseph Charles 
Covill, James, ^nd&.-^ax^ 



I 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



CitStCrlBH Road (cmtHnuedJ. 

BTBAHOE TERRACE. 
1 White, niomu. vorks at DniTcic 

i D«ui. Otai^m 
1 Bmlib, Ooornj, vhitsnnith 
4 Oddy, Ohulu, tibaarer 
B Jude, JDimiel, graom 

BTRAIfaE VILLAS. 



ioneSjMrs.Owen, Derby House 
ay, Mrs. Mary Ann 
Greaves, Richard, college servant 
Heath, John, groom 
Lawrence, William Henry, 
solicitor, Highclere House 
Langton, Mrs. M. A. T., Sunny 
Side 

t CHHIBT LAiraS. 



3 ) Roe, Owen, dealer in antiquities 
5 jf 6 Blackwell, Clarke, hairdresser 

Peak, Wm., engraver, &c. 

7 Bennett, Miss M., laundress 

8 Baldly, Jamea, gardener 

9 Cowell, Walter, college servant 

10 Shcldrick, Tom, college servant 

11 Cullem, Fredk. Francis, head cook 

Christ's college 

12 Nichols, Miss Sarah A., college 

butler 
y Mason, Henry, college servant 

I OHUBOH STREET. 

\ I Hardy, S, WiUiam, beerhouse 

Sheldnck, James, "Prince of 
Wales" Brewery 

2 Steam, Henry, tailor's cutter 

3 Newman, George J., builder, &c. 

4 Gray, George W., draper's 

warehouseman 



3 Lyon, Maria 

Cooke, Sarah, lanndresi 

Burrage. Elizabeth 

Nightingaie, Arthur, c 
9 Steam, Walter F., Ixntmalier 

Thomas, George 

Throssell, John, tailor 

: Bird, Fred. H., certificated sc]idd1- 
master and undei^taduate 

3 Matthews,Samue].pohceconstable 

4 Ingrey, Mi^. Harriet 

5 Ambrose, Edmund, carriage 

builder 

6 Smith, Wm.H., cook (joomejTDin] 

7 Cranfield, Harry, commercial 

traveller (gmcer) 
B Janeway.Elizabeth, school-mistress 
kin it Jfmcmafkel JCoad. 

9 Fem&le Befage. 

Clement s, Clara, nmtron 
Warlands, Henry, Victoria 
Cottage 

CITY EOAD. 

1 WoodroiF, Benjra., grocer's porter 

2 Nightingale, Charles Robt., boot 

and shoe maker 

3 Furbank,Anibr., grocer's assistant 

4 Shepherd, Frederick Burleigh, 

S 'umber, &c., 
waite, Jno. Robt. whitcsmi^ 

6 Ellis, George, bootcloser 

7 Coleman, William, masoa 

5 Hinson, Mts. Susannah, tailorcss 
9 Folcher, Stephen T., rate and 

tax collector 

Palmer, William Luxmore, oil 

warehouseman 

1 Fuller, William Pratt, carpenter 

2 Symonds, Jno., carpenter 

3 Lawrence, Josh. H., bootcIiKet ' 

4 Oslar, Jno., painter 

5 Metcalf, Horace, draper 
Applebee, John, commission agent 

here ii Ornflan SInel. 
\ Moden, Robert, baker 

8 Canham, Wm. J.. coHegc deik 



CUy Road f continued). 
tgling, Addlph, tailor 

[sley, Charles, carpenter 
srlcnvm, William, lailor 
onett, WUliam H., baker 



fCr, G., painter, glazier & paper 

.chison, Aleir. G., coal agcnl 
itcher, Charles, grocer 
wles, Waller, college servant 
adhead, Ambr. G., compositor 
I, Alfred, grocer and boot 
majiuTaclurer 
ODipson, Charles, hosier 
;kaTd, Mrs. Mary A., hiunilresE 
sley, Jno. N., caipenter 
binson, Mrs. LouLsa 
rett, William, tailor 
iDis, Richnnl, superannuated 
derk inland revenue 
rnnder, Thomas P., solicitor's 
derk, re^strar of marriages for 
the itistnct of Cambridge 



ight, James, warehouseman 

It, Mta, Sarah 

L^ Alfred, compositor 

bett,Jnn.,bookseUer'B assistant 

Ige, ■William, waiter 

e, Mrs. Phrebe 

tingi Joseph, tallow chandler 

ly, James, taUor 

^ Geo. B., publican, "Cooper's 

cs, Alfred, b uil der & undertaker 

g, Mrs. J\jia F. 

Btt, Josh., late excise officer 

icty, Charles, coramerdal 

laveller 

, Mre. Elizabeth Ann, teacher 

iT dandng 

cs, James, builder 

kfey, Vernon W. banker's clerk 



OLARENDOH BOAD- 

Avenue- 
Han, Henry, coal merchant's 

Gray, Richard, agent for 

Pickfor<l & Co. 
Lyon, James, undergraduate, 

Strath more Cottage 
Ashton, Edwin, superintendent 

engineer postal telegraphs, 

Milton Villa 
Laxon, Alex. B., commercial 

traveller 
Solly, Richard H., mineralogist, 

Spa House 

CLAKSNBOIS' BTBEET. 

1 Wallington, J,, clerk 
z Duce, E., pfumber, painter, and 
glazier 

3 Haslop, Mrs. T. 

4 Darby. Mrs. T., lodging house 

5 Machin. T. 

6 Haslop, C, painter 

1 Haslewood, Mrs. E., lodging house 

S R.OE, A., gunmaker 

9 Negus, S. R., compositor 

□ joQcs, R. T., dothier 

1 Howe, F.R., lodging house keep^ 

2 SavUl, Mrs. E., lodging house 

3 Brown, H. W., grocer 

f Saville, Thos. Aflen, grocer 

S Smith, F. J., Agent Messrs. 

Blackie, publishers 
5 Coulson, T., baker 
^ Ha^es, H. R., college servant 
i Thorogood, Chas. Webb, college 

servant 
5 Sergeant, Miss Mary B. 

E Clark, John 
5 Press, John, compositor 
\ Smith, Doughty C. 
] Stace, George 



Claitndan Strut (continued). 



z8 Coulson & Bevis, bakers and 
confectioners 
BeviSjThos., "Crown and Sceptre" 
39 Mooie, Jolm, porter 

30 Burwick, FrecUi., builder 
30J Symoods, Misa Sarah 

31 Throssell, Geo. W., accountant 

32 Rootham, Lewis, buildmg surveyor 

33 Tniford, Chas. E., mU collector 

34 Gager, Fredk. J., tailor 

htrt it FiDlorlo mrtet. 

35 Kettle, Mrs. Jane, publican, the 

"Clarendon Arms" 
3G Catling, Mies Emily, millineT 

37 Rogers, Wm., grocer & tea dealer 

38 Kettel, Edward, ironmonger 

39 Teasdole, James J., journalist 

40 Royall Brothers, plasterers 
Royall, Alf. J,, and Royall, Thos. 



OLEUENT PASSAGE. 
Bridge Street. 

I Haylock, William, stone mason 
i Bass, Jackson, draper 

3 Bridges, Thos., coflege servant 

4 Loker, Timothy, college servant 

5 Fisher, William, waiter 

6 Cross, Jesse, bootmaker 

II Altwood, Mrs. Eliiabeth, bed- 
Dickinson, Heniy, pensioner 
-\ Hatchings. Geo. T., stonemason 
S. Clement's ChnrclL 

COLDHAM LAKE. 
IfewmarlEet Boad. 



HBNI.EY TEBBAOE. 
I Oiini»ell. Henry, UboBHC 
\ Tburntoik, Rabfltt, brisk boriHr 
3 Charter, Albert, engine drivra 



HENLEY ROAD. 
6 Clarke. William, carpenb 
5 Flack, Tames, laboDKr 
4 Mills, Herbert, plaster 
3 Stokes, John, engine dih 
I Wilson. Joseph B., caipl 

and joiner 
I I.aDgford, Abraham, bui 

Henley Villa 

Coldkam Lam famtinutd.} 
1 Youngraan, Samuel, railway 

Bailwa; Qa,te. 

3 Thonton. Robert 8.. hridk buRur 



4 Parker, Bobi 



a King, O1 
IFIa^, A 



FDllendine, Frederi 



imlDi 



COBW EXCHABraE BT. 



I i It Pilson,Charles,hairdresser 

perfumer and umbrella 
manufacturer 
2^3 Holmes, Zachariah, French 

dyer and scourer 

6, 7 and 8 Catling and Mann, 

auctioneers, surveyors, land 

agents and valuers 

S Calling, James, offices and sale 

rooms, fire, life, accident, 

hail storm, live stock and 

plate glass insurance offices 

Barnes, Darcy, publican "Com 

Exchange Inn " 
Headly & Son, ironmongers, 
warehouse 
!«, Cambs. Hifle Voltre. Dop8t. 
Orderly Room 
Adams, Serg.-Major Jno. 
34, 2S and 26 Vail, W. & Son, 
general smiths, bell hangers 
gas fitters, &c. 
VaiX William 

Famey,George,assist. overseer 
for All Saints and Holy 

22 Summers and Sons, carriage 
builders 

II Cunii, Jabn, faicirer'B sleA 

U Pitts, Bhadruh. aaUtm Meruit 

It Edwards. Bkbtj 

IB Dwldsga. Mn. EdiUi 

11 Buny, Mn. Adslii A., dnHmaker 



I Johnson, Mrs. Eliza, wood 
5 Sindall, W., builder, &c. 



Headly, E. & Son, general and 
fijrnishing ironmongers 



Com ExchEuige. 



COROSTATIOK BITELBET. 

1 BniDton, Miss Lucy, Pantou 

Cottage 

2 Hayes, Frederick, Surrey Cottage 

3 Johns, Charles T., compositor 

4 Reeves, William S., Jessamine 

Cottage 

5 Ellis, William, labourer 

6 Butcher, William W., tailor 
y Manshcld, Edward, carpenter 

8 Alderton, William G., joiner 

9 Wallis, George, caipenter 

10 Barbrook, George, railway guard 

11 Day, John R., furniture packer 

12 Tavemer, David, labourer 

]ilW11«>n,'ThDmiu. hainlreifcr'a auliUnt 

13 Norman, Robert, labourer 

14 Cream, Mrs. Eliza 

ij AJlen, George, bootmaker 

Albion Brewery, Apthorpc, 
W. H. 
if) Mason, William, the "Dolphin" 
ly Carter. W. T., decorator, etc. 

18 Hazzard, Mrs. Harriet 

19 Wright, Henry, gardener 

20 BaS9, John, railway shunter 

21 Turner, Edward H., coDege porter 

22 Haynes, Josh., shoemaker and 

newsagent 
33 Shipton, Josh., labourer 

24 Newman, William H., fireman 

25 Norfolk, John S., bricklayer 

26 Mackenzie, Mrs. Elvina 

27 Squires, Richard, muffin baker 

28 Driver, Henry, grocer 

DarvEE's oouBT. 

I Horru, UrH. Bitrab, chan 
3 AllgoDd, £11, Ubanrer 
3 LDckwoDd, Hlu Uiniet, < 

5 Geargfi, Kicbard, cni^no driTer 

6 JarviH, JamBH, malteter 

7 'Wiakeii, Onrge, ooBchmHiL 
S Dri»r. OhBTlea. labourer 

19 Edwards, John, shoemaker 
WHITE'S BUILDINGS. 

1 BoBBftt.Jno., liboura 

2 Aldrich, JameiH., 

3 Boot. EIIeu 



CortHOtion Stmt (continuedj. 

30 Hinkins, Joseph, cabdriver 

31 Brown, Richard, railway servant 



ilwright 



3 Ituilull, TbuD 
i T»rlor, D»yid, 
1 Olukii, Jdo., eowuuuMi 
i HotbU, Mutin, psinlir 
31 WiDiams, Edmund, coachman 

33 Bowers, jno.. railway servant 

34 WiUoii, Uriah, gardener 
34aMason, 'William G,, builder 

35 Churchman, Mrs. Charlotte, green- 

grocer 

36 Woomack, Charles W., the 

"White Horse" 

37 Watson, Charles, groom 

38 Haynes, William H,, seiton of 

S. Paul's Church 

39 Osborne, Thomas, bricklayer 

40 Blight, Mrs.EUzabcth, dressmaker 

41 Clarke, William H., draper 

OAROLIWE COURT. 

1 Tsylur, Sivld, coal heater 

2 FiMBtono, John, labpurer 

5 Uatthevg, Fredsick. boglm&ker 

6 Dwler, Urs. Freodi 

luTi ii BilU B.,ad. 
41 Deny, Richard W., compositor 

43 Flack, Henry J., bricklayer 

44 Mean, Jno. 

hwi t J Otorgt Strttl. 

45 Traylen, Miss Sophia 

46 Johnson, Henry, labourer 

47 Wyer, George I., chimney sweep 
40 Sell, Henn', ginger beer manu- 
facturer 5 hdner 



facturer'5 helper 



1 Dnks, WmlUD U., a.E.S. Bhimter 
49 Rxiwlett, James, labourer 

Clee, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Badcock, Robert, groom 
SOoChallender, Mrs. Elizabeth, pro- 



OREEira COUBT. 



M Muy A., dresemoker 



56 Thurlboume, Richard, labourer 

57 Newman, Charles, railway guard 

58 Swnnn, Mrs. Eleanor, toy shop 

Sen it BntUnck SU-eet, 

59 Titcombe, Jno., grocer 

da Boot, Thomas, college servant 
6 1 Rutter, Jno., bricklayer 

OOVEBTT OAHDEN. 



3 Brand, Ooorge, labours 



I Fam, Mn. Mary A., charwoman 
5 Ward, Benjamin, baker S: gi 






EUiatwO, Mkei 



8 BskBT. William J., lailirsv atol 

Kl Ambr^n, Mn. Add. n«nile worn 

11 Barrett, Heat;, labourer 

!2 B&mard, JunieH, painter and glu 

15 Wright, Frederick W,, hrioU^yei 

16 HuDtlsB. Ha. A^ca 

H Larkin.Obldiilh, tailor 
'S lUah, Olipit, chI carter 
!B Brarier, JnQ., tennii maksr 
to Sandf »on. Joseph, coal oartar 

I] BuBcett, Walter, punter 



Cement Garden (continued). 

33 Feafcs, Mrs. Sarah, general shop 

34 Wolfe, Mrs. Catherine, laimdress 

35 Melton, Williara, carpenter 
Corteis, William, cordwainer, 

" Bathall " 

37 Slingsby, Reuben, caipenter 

38 Pearee, John, nurseryman 

40 Rowlinson, "William, general shop 

41 Markin, George, gardener 

42 Bowers, Jno., smith 

43 Mathham, Edward S., carpenter 

44 Bnrton, Jno., tailor 

45 Flatters, Charles, factory smith 

46 Curzon.ArthurG., printer's reader 

47 Sheppard, Thomas C, railway- 

engine driver 
.8 Wintciford, Miss Maiy A. 
49 Cable, Henry 
JO Howlett, Jno., pensioner 
51 BmreH, Arthur R., printer 
ji Pamel], James, porter 



11 HinsQn. Thomaa, lailDr 

U Jtffiey, EicbBTd, Ubouret 
L^ ^police, iBobert, fihoemaker 
11 Offlny, Hbttj. Elumtcr on raolB*! 

IB Grwory, Pruderick, paintoc 
IS Wilierspin, "William, aawyer 
» WhillHi, irthui, Isboomr 

CB08S 8TBEBT, 
Covent Qarden. 



4 Wcstl^, William, engine fitter 

5 Case, Kdward, railway guard 

' Paige, Alfred W., railway clerk 
I ^by, Mrs. Jane 



S Caltiti, Hear)', b&k«F 
7 Johnson, HIi3ha, roilva; fruHn 
Sleam, James, tailoripubfican 



CUSTOM STREET, 
SCuiton Street, 

1 Phillips, Hobert, erindei 
1 UAt«B, Oeotge, Ijibcnirflr 

J Clumenta, Henry, hotel porter 
5 Sununerf eJd, Miutbeth, lAundroia 
Q WhitthEod, Jgha, TjlAAksmit^" 



12 Iasw, Maiy a, 

la Haj-oook, Edward, la 

11 Beldam, Jno., bakci 






3 Harvey. WilliMn, In 



Humphreys, Rev. A. E., M.A., 
Fellow of Trin. Coll., Vicar of 
S. Matthew's, The Vicarage 
DERBY 8TBBET. 
TTewnham Croft. 

1 Gray, WiUiam, baker 

2 Finn, Jno., clerk 

Canbam, James, (Derby Cottage) 

3 Looker, Alfred, carpenter 

4 Harper, Arthur, butler 

5 Wilby, William, grocer & baker 
Burton. Brightmer, carpenter 
Gray, Henry, milkman 
Beaumont, Geo., college servaW. 



^ SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL ^H 


^M Derby Strtet (continued). 


DOWNDfO OOCBT. 


^1 7 Bradford, Fredlt., coUeee servant 




■ Sanderson, F.Ederick Herbert, 


HiUoirs, Mrs. M. A., dnsm 


^H Alexandra Cottage 


4 Baines, Mrs., scourer, gk 


H Preston. George, GonviUc Cottage 


feather cleaner 


H Luff, Alfred, Devon Collage 


Baines, Alfred 


^B Cooper, Edward, Kerwie Cottage 
B Edwards, Winiiam, Bloomfietd 


5 Chapman, William N., pri 


f> Diicon, Charles, tailoc ai 


^H Cottage 




^H Payne. Gabriel, Stoke Cottage 


7 Peters, Robert, accounta 


■ SEUL'"^r 


public anditor, and asa 


taxes, actuary of Penny f 
Bank, secretary to Cat 


^H Lambert, George W., builder 


^H Neltieton, W. Church, clerk 


Cenietery Company, 
and Isle of Ely Agri 


^H Nobbs, Allied, compositor 




Society, and Chamber > 


^^fe and general shop 


colture. Agent to Yi 




Fire & Life Insurance Ci 


^H DORIC PTTfRKT, 


Catchpole. Mrs. Clarissa, 




house keeper 
3 Webster, Robert Heniy, f 


^^r Saxon Street. 


1 OLuko, Mrs. Lonina 


9 Jarvis, Frederick, deA 


3 Olarke, Fredenck. labourer 


10 Skeels. John William, to* 

and bill poster 

11 Coote and Warren, coal ai 


■ Hlffliir?rtlrick,^rtar 




T KlbQunm. Thomu, abount 
BFulla,J<;ebumUbou»r 
eFm,Buiu>l.g>Td«iar 
ID Oluk, jBmH, pljnta and gluier 
11 Bad£,Jo^r^drB«ar^ 


Staveley and Lundhfll coa 
Stool, Wiffiam. Agent. 


li Gurnet, Mrs. C. 




IS HdU, HrTlmeli* 


DOWNING PLACE, 




I Robb & Morley. architet 


» BiTai. Hn. Suiili, taundnu 






Wafts, Juo.,solicitor,o».Sli 


2 & 3 Webster, J., college si 
4 Rickard, Miss Rebecca 




S Scraby, Frederick, ttavellei 


H 


Independent Chapa 


■ DOVEH 8TBBBT. 


Norwich Union Fire Et 


H East Boad. 


Station 


H 1 Horoe. Thomas, huleher 
^K S Bf ny, Joseph, bootuuikcr 


6 

7 Vinsen, Henry 


^B 3 Oodlicglon, Mrs. 


8 Turrall, William Gamham 


^1 i Clements, uis. Marj A., 


9 Carter. Charles C.poEceco 


H DOWIfmO STREET. 


Downing College. 


^^ I Austin, William, coal office 


Anatomical ICusevui 


^B 2 Fawssect, William, dentist 


Cambridge Arcade, 


^1 3 Jackson, Mis. M., shirt maker 


/,<< S. vtn<fr«c', Eill.J 


^ 2 


6 



Damning Street fcontinutdj. 

i3iiWhitmore & Co., wine and 
spirit merchants 

13 Sparrow, Stephen, veterinary 

surgeon 

14 Boning, Charles, cooper 
Boning, Miss, ladies' school 

BPARBowa TAao. 

DBUMMBH. STREET and 
8. AITDREW'S ROAD. 

1 Mutton, Mrs. Lelilia, lodging- 

house keeper 

2 Pettitt, Mrs. H., college servant 

3 Slubberficld, John, garden 

4 Mason,Mrs.Harrt.coIl.senrant 

luriUSii"-ntiiitl strut. 
S. ANDREW'S ROAD. 
Bowen, Miss Charlotte, Em- 
manuel House 
Palmer, Miss Margaret A., 
Emmanuel House 

EABL STREET. 

I Eiewty, Williani. brewer 

wClaike, Edwin R., builder 

Ij 

I Offiird, George, stanemason 

3 Gtbcu, Miss Eliza, dressmaker 

4 Moore, Wm., college servant. 

King's 

5 Metcalfe Thomas, college servant 

I Reed, Mrs. Charlotte 

7 Fynn, Robert 

8 Metcalfe, John, college porter 

9 Brown, James C, printer 
10 Green, Thomas, carpenter 

II & II Coville, Richard, cabinet 

13 Hawks, Robert C, grocer 
H Bennett, Mrs. Rebecca, cook 
■S Baley, George, coUege servant 
■v Sanderson,Stephen, cab proprietor 
'7 Bunting. David, patish clerk and 

sexton. S. Andrew the Great 
18 Uesser, Mcs. Mary Ann 



18a Booth, Charles, lay clerk. King's 

CoUege 
1 8i Groves, Charles 
19 Wliybro, William, carpenter 
:o Samuel, Mrs, C, dressmaker 

3 1 Hills, George S., coUege potter 

32 Whybro, Mrs. Ann, bedmaker 

23 laster, Edmund, taUor 

24 Hawes, John B. 

25 Frohock, Altred, plumber 

26 Mole, Arthur, coUege serrant 

27 GaUyoo, Willianj 

28 WaUis, Serjeant, merchant 

29 Hitiman, Mrs. Mary, lodging- 

house keeper 

30 Scott, Mis. Mary P., 
Chamberlain, Mrs. Mary Ehza, 

brewer, Millon cottage 

EAST BOAS. 

ZioD Baptist Cba.pel and 

Sunday SohooL 

5 Moden, Mrs. Sarah, grocer, etc. 

6 Whitby, Frederick G., Engine 

Brewery 

7 Mountforii, John 

8 Slater, Joseph, carpenter & joiner 

hare il South SIthI. 
g Watson, Robert 
to Barker, Richard E. 

1 1 Mabbatt, George W., painter, etc. 

12 Lowance, James, engine driver 

13 Papworth, Philip 

14 Hughes, Samuel, hair dresser 

15 Brand, Thomas, bricklayer 

16 Tahraham, Arthur, watchmaker 

and musical box finisher, etc. 

17 Se 18 Seawell, Edwin, grocer and 

19 Wallis, William, house agent and 
publican, the " Black Birds " 



FRIHHDLY PLACE. 




East Road (continmdj, 

33 Loker, Frederick, boot closer, 

tobacconist, etc. 
JJ Warren, Mt5. Elkabeth 

34 Samuel, Mrs. Elizabeth, nuise 

»PEOTIDEN0E tlOUET. 
I Butow. Jainea, UbDurer 
S FreeBlone, George, gardenor 
a TaylM, wmi«m, labouter 
4 PaJmer, Alfred, HtuneinHBOti 
S, Buiac, CIuiIh, ibMunBker 

35 Godlington, Mrs. Anne, laundress 

36 Cracknell, Martin, tailor 
i1 Whitehead, Emma 

Relievine Offieer's Office, on 
Mondays and Thnradays 
28 Loker, Frederick W., hairdresser 



[9 Canii 



Placi 



39 Clutlon, George, baker, etc. 

30 Stotl, Walter, paperhanget, c 

31 WeUs, Jno. 
33 Whitehead, Walter, fruiterer 

hiri it Kar/alk Strmt. 
33 & 34 Clulton, John G., baker and 
com merchant 

35 Taylor, Isaac I., tishmonget' 

36 Reynolds, George, musidan 

37 W^ton, William, tailor 
3S Dodge, Maiy A., dealer 

Mailings 
41 Dutton, James, harness maker 
41 Teveraham, Emily, toy shop 

43 Benton, Edward, maltster 

44 Nokes, Joseph, gardener 
Disbury, Albert, bulcher 

Samwell Branoh Free Library 

Dawson, Alfred, the "Red Lion" 
Mudd, Frank, shoeing smith 
Bell, C. wheelwright 

51 Beasley, William, bricklayer 

52 Symonds, John, shoemaker 

53 Stone, Adelaide, dressmaker 

54 Bell, Charles, wheelwright 

55 WiUmott, Ann, laundress 

56 Freeman, Edward, lailor 

57 Swan, Edward T., bootmaker 

58 Branch, Henry F., blacksmith 

59 Rolfe, Mary, nurse 



60 Brown, Edward 

6t Loates, Hemy J., labourer 

63 Hopldns, William, coal dealer 

63 Morley. James, shoemaker 

64 Cave, Hannah, tailorcss 
6s Goode, Jno., bricklayer 

66 Goode, Wilham, bricklayer 



69 Simpson, James, labourer 

70 Faulkner, Mary, laundress 

71 Holder, T., "George the Fourth" 

hire <> Stnff»rdskiri Blntt. 

72 Robinson, Josh., dealer 

73 Hunt, William, labourer 

74 Smith, Maty A. 

75 Williams, Hemy, hair cutlra 

76 Browning, Mrs. 

76^ Bennett, Esau, labourer 

77 KcHey, Thomaa, dealer 
"8 Edwards, Mrs. 

79 Wheatley. Jno., bhcksmith 

80 Gates, Wm.,publican,"Tuni5tyle" 

81 Mo Jen, Robert, grocer 

83 Gillam, Richard, "WheelwrigU 

83 Butler, Jno., "Horse & Groom" 

84 (Pulled down) 

85 Walton, William, dealer 
Alsop, J., iron art worker & smith 

PAOKER'S TERRACE, <&ASX BOAS). 

HarTHdine, Henry 1., lAboum 

Harding, G«tTgfi, potter 
B6 Odell, Alfred, dealer 
97 Burett, Charlva, labourer 
S» Shup, CtwrlBB v., Uboarar 



93 Mansheld. Alfred, maltster, 

Beales' (Ed.) Mailings 

94 Barker, Hemy, labourer 

95 Swann, Frederickj lime mt 

chant and brewer 

96 Betson, Harry, labourer 

97 Grey, Mrs. Martha, umbrella main 

98 Langford, Frederick, bootmakei' 

99 Johnson, William, labourer 

100 Bryant, Frederick, labourer 

101 Day, David, blacksmith's shop 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDCK 



East Road (continued), 
:o2 Lawn, Mis. Mary Ann 

;04 Comwell, Harry, labourer 

BJ Bidwell, Thomas, bulchcr 

trt an Oamatioa ^ Sncmarkti Raait, 

X16 Baker, Charles, labourer 

107 WMttater, James, labourer 

loS Stanford, Mrs. Ada 

log Gnim, Mi>;s 

UoSWebb, Joseph, labourer 

IlliiMolines, John A,, shoemaker 

1 10 Pope, Mrs. Mary 

111 Cltapman, William, labourer 
Boyes, Mrs. CaroUne, Villa House 

l[l Scott, Mi^. Frances, tailoress 
.llj Hodges, John andAnnie, furriers, 

skin ^ssers, and umbrella 

monufaeturers 
[14 Brown, Frederick, dealer 
US& 116 Harmon, James, Gsh- 

manger, and genera! shop 

BRITANNIA PLACE, 

I Turner, "WilUaro, wood mer- 

1 Uttridge, Charles, brewer's 

3 Unwin, Joseph, brewer's man 

4 Unwin, Mis., laundress 

5 Shaipe, Samuel, labourer 

6 Tinge^, Thomas, labourer 

7 Hopkms, John, labourer 
Brown, J., publican, the 

"Britannia" 



'OA Clesri!, MiB., ^eengiocei 
115 Day, Jug-, bnckmaker 
US Nonou, Mn., dreamnaier 

Working Hen's Club and 
Institute, 
I Clsiton, Edwi ■ 




HO 8mith, Astht 



148 Todd. F., butcher 

149 Newman, Samuel, carpenter 

150 Newman, Mrs, Ann, milkwoman 
Todd, E„ butcher's shoo 

1 5 ( Day, Joshua, wheelwright 
152 Wighton, Mrs., harness maker 

htn u StUm Street. 
'S3&iS4<Pi^> Alfred, the "Pelican*^ 
[55 Tredgett, Mrs., strsn 

156 Warren, Mrs. 

157 St 158, Slallan, Arthurs., general 

158 Sykes, Joseph, Australia House, 

Carter, Mrs. 
Barnwell Coffee Palace, 
Warland, Ernest, custodian 
162 Bell, Henry, gas fitter 
l6j Key, John, draper 

here i> Oold Street. 

164 Burdock, Mrs. 

165 Rivett, Mrs. 

165J & 166 Key, Henry, provisioil'J 

merchant 
167 Smith, Robert, china dealer 
l58 Fordharo, James, cricketer 

169 King, Mrs. 

170 King,Geo.,"Waggon&HoRe 

171 & J72 Beny, Aaron, broker 

173 Wells, Ebenezer, com merchant J 

174 Hardy, Robert, painter 
Lane, Joo., tobacconist and ha 

175 Gladwyn & Yockney, grocers 

176 & 177 Cole, Jno. William, the J 




East Road fcBHtinaid). 
OHBDDIMGTON HIT.T., 
I Boh, Ksbert, labounz 
3 M'^ ^^'^^■"', Hn, Mutha 

3 MknhftU, RiobHTd, labourer 

4 Gilbert, Mn. 

5 HEuapsteid, 7., eiwyer 

i8o Coolson, Joseph, Jun., pawn- 

l8l Dean, Richard, coochmnker 
l8i Clarke, William H., leather 
seller 
Tram Yard and Stabling 
:8s Wallis, Williain, auctioneer, at 
Wallis, Edwin J., eslale agent 
and accountant, Auction Rooms 

iSsaLUley, William, com chandler 

1 86 Edwards, Mta., confectioner 
l&6aFeters, Miss C, diaper 

187 Samuel, Henry, carriage painter 
iSS Johnston, Mrs. 

189 Stokes, Jno., the "AJhambra" 

190 Coolson, Prime Taylor, butcher 

191 Abbs, Jonathan, saddler 

192 W^s, Frederidt, tailor 

193 Gifford, Miss 

194 Gifford, Henry, fmiterer 

195 Wallis, William, carpenter 

Bacquet ConrtB. 
Phillips, Charles Samuel, Wel- 
lington House 

EDEK STREET, 

ntzroy Btreet. 

47 Young, S. L. 

48 Gregg, George, draper 
^adSussum, George, hosier 
48* Palmer, G. C, tailor 
49 

jo Spurge, Richard Matyn, t^ulor 
Jl Finch, Samuel Clatke, sign writer 
£2 Harding, Fisher, labourer 

53 Fulstone, Anne, dressmaker 

54 Maisham, Mrs. Elizabeth Emma, 

ahirtmaker 

55 Funge, Thomas, baker 
6 Palmer, Fred, butcher 



57 Parker, Ma^ Ann, dressmaker 

58 Ditkerson, Charles, tailor 

59 Sailsbuiy, Jos., tailor , 

60 Smith, J. J,, photographer ;, 

61 Goode, Mrs. Eliza i 

62 Kenna, Joseph Colman, inlMI 

revenue officer 1 

63 Eaton, Charles, college servant I 

Higher Qrade SchooL "j 

64 Camps, G.N.,headc 

Colicge 

65 Wooton, Edwin, college st 

66 Scarr, Francis, printer 

67 Pratt, Joseph, painter 
63 Leech, B., painter 



70 Hoppett, Charles 

71 Wright, Philip, grocer, Gisi 

Cottage 

72 Maskall, Henry, tailor 

73 Papworth, Jonah 
Cambridge "Express" 

Office, Metcfllf & Son 



4 Barber, Mrs. Elizabeth I 

5 Taylor, George, tailor J 

6 Windsor, Thomas, tailot'sfoniMJ 

7 Shallow, Robert, cook 1 

8 Buttress, James, gasfitter i- 

9 SmaUbanes, Frederick, o 
Smallbones, Miss, dre 

10 Kent, A. E„ slater 

11 Buttress, Miss Sarah, laun 

12 Smith, William, tailor 

1 3 Bailey, Harry, solicitor's ditA \ 

14 Jones, Arthur, baker | 

1 5 Cartwright, Mrs. ', 

16 Digby, David, cellatroan ', 

1 7 Thurloe, Robert, cellannan j 

18 Wilkin, James, shoemaker T 

19 Wollis, William, carpenter 

20 HJU, Joseph, railway servant 

21 Howard, Ebza, dressmaka 

22 Silk, George W., bootmaka 

23 Newell, George, letter carrier 

24 Croplef, Heniy, plumber 




Edm Street (continued). 

5 Drew, John Heniy, caipeater and 

6 Morley, "William, boot closet 

7 Dickcison, Waller Edwin, taQor 
B Remmington, Geo., leather sdler 
9 I^lmer, Mrs. 

□ Franldin, W., sweep 

1 Martin, Mis. Sarah, dressmaker 

2 Wildetspin, G. P., carpenter 

3 SUHey, Thomas, gardener 
Claph^, Mrs., dressmaker 

4 Lilly, Mrs. Mary A., lodging bonse 

5 Savidge, Mrs. Kmma, bedmaker 

6 Levett, R, P., shoemaker 

.~ Hmit, Stephen, cabinet maker 
,a Carlton, M. A., dressmaker 
19 Mason, Hany, letter carrier 
B Porter, T. S., ironmonger 
H Belts, J., shopman 
|» Watts, Mrs. Maria, dressmaker 
13 Rae, James 

EDWAED 8TBEET, 
Upper Gwydir Street. 

Duk, -wmiim, atotieiiiUQn 



Lemvar, Stopbon, gardener 
Dnke. William, carpcat«r 
TaJntfllcr, Samiiel, aaph&Lte ln^er 
Oovard, wlUiAm O., f>]rd vainer- 

XiliM STREET. 

I Raimer, A. W., coachman 
1 Clarke, J. L. 

J Green, Edward, waiter, window 
bill and circular distributor 



SaAms, Heniy E., railway clerk 
? CUtds, Alfred, painter and paper- 
hanger 
la Haivey, George, cricketer 
CtanweU, MissM. E.,Elm Cottage 



EMMAirUEZ. ROAI}. 

Goody, Spencer T. 

Dewberry, Frederick, professor of 



Alderton, Frederick, cltrk 

7 Hastie, Thomas, draper 

8 Barley, Mrs,, teacher of dancing 
Barley, James S. 

9 Clarke, Edward 

10 Hall, John 

11 Piggott, Francis, journalist, &c 
iz Spence, Miss Ann 

hen it Earl Street. 
Ij Ready, Miss Mary A., teacher 
of music 

14 Cullum, Mrs. S. 

15 Cox,Mr3.Sarah,locIging-house 

16 Mills, George E., builder and 

decorator 

17 Bridges, Mrs. Eliza, publican, 

the "Golden Rose" 

18 ' " *" 
EltSMACTITEI. STREET. 

I PhiUips. Miss 

3 Payne, HenryCharlesH,, Stationer, 

newsagent, picture dealer, and 

frame maker 

3 Briggs, Richard J,, hairdresser 

4 Wikon, Charles, gardener 

5 Saint, Philip, bootmaker 

6 Barker, George H., carpenter 

J Hem, Miss Mary A., coU. servant 

8 Cooke, Thomas, clothier 

9 Lambert, Percy J,, cab pro- 

prietor 
Bryan, Richard 
Rowe, Richard Reynolds,archi- 

tectand surveyor 
Waters, Frank, architect and 

surveyor, architect to 

C. 1. 1. D. Coy. 



E 

t II I 



SPALDING'S STREET AMD GENERAt. 



» 



wel Strut (conUnutd} . 

10 Pearl, Miss Anne 

11 Prior, James W., solicitor 

12 Hyinus, WiUiam B., tailor 

13 Orders, Tliomas, C, cabinet and 

picture frame maker 

14 Brown, Henry, painter 

15 Kester, Mrs. Letitia, sweet shop 

16 Reader, Edward Richd., clerk 

G.E.R. 

17 Francis & Francis, solicitors 
Francis, Thos, Musgrave, M.A. 

PEEIEY PATH. 

Chambers, Mrs. 

Northfield, Mrs., the " Spring " 







19 - 

18 Rockett, Israel, boolmakcr 

17 Sewell, William, tailor 

16 Ashman, James, groom 

15 Middlelon, WiJliam, whitesmith 

14 Gibson, Mr., jeweller 
IJ Banyaid, Mrs. 

I.I Steam, Thomas 

rj Anthony, Jno. Frederick, boat 

15 Prime, Richard, labourer 

14 Camps, Jno., engine driver 
13 Ambrose, Thomas 

15 Wallington, Isaac, grocer 
UaLivermore, Charles, Ijootdoser 
10 Waffis, WilZiam, reader at "Pitt' 

Press 
9 Silver, John, foreman at fonndr]i 

in Com EjuJiange •' 

8 Alpe, Sidney, tailor 

J Lawrence, Charles, bootcloBer 
Cooper, Mis. 
. 5 Cross, William, grocer's assists 
4 May, Edward 
3 Frank, Mrs. 
1 Golding, William 

1 Watson, Miss 
Winter, F., boat builder 

PAnt STREET. 

ion, Robert 
Mason, Mis. Marlha M., decorator 

2 Markley, John, tailor 



3 Day, John, printer 

4 Key, James J., postman 

5 Coi, Charles 
J Pull, Ernest J., house pmnler 

8 Vail. Henry, compositor 

9 Preston, Harriette, diESsmaker 

10 Fnrbank, Joseph S., livery Stable 

11 Brown, John A., pnbHcan and 

commission agent, the "Hop 
Bine " 

12 Coi, Charles, grocer & confectioner 

13 Heath, Charles, carpenter and 

undertaker 

14 Webb, Thomas, carpenter & jomer 

PITKEOT PTRETBT. 
3 Hunt, J. T., baker 

3 Summers, Mrs. E., news office 

4 Orders, C., furniture shop 

5 & 6 Bull, G., shoemaker 

7 Voung, S. L., ironmongery 

warehouse 

8 International Tea Company 

9 Howe & Kicket. fruiterers 

10 Rae, James, outfitter 

Edwards, Richard, publican 

"Fitzroy Arms" 
9 & 10 Thompson, W. & Son, 

cabinet makers 
Alfa an City Jload and Burleieh Strut 

Eden Baptist ChapeL 

11 Co-operative Stores 
13 Leggc, Thomas, baker 

13 Edwaids, John, hair dresser 

14 Hawkes, Walter, butcher 

15 Islip, Tom Pickering, publican, 

"Cheny Tree " 

16 MeE, Mrs. C, greengrocer 

17 &: tS Liles, Benjamm, shoemaker 
19 & zo Hawkins, George, baker and 

confectioner 



28 Seule, Ueniy, ti 



\roy Stmt (contitaud}. 

I, Waiiani, Iraflder 

Y, Lonisa 

e, John, butcher 

ary, William, labourer 

I Frederick, brewer 

n, James, furniture dealer 

m, Thomas H. V., tailor's 

itter 

Jen, Thomas, irailteeper. 

Ancient Druids " 

am, Charles, butcher 

ards, Joseph, tripe dresser 

lb, Edward, tailor 

ison, Mary A., publican, 

Golden Cross" 

, Harriet, upholBleress 

[letoQ, George, butcher 

ton, John, bEiker 

IS, Herbert, brewer 

oan, John, sawyer 

m, HizBbeth 

nt, William, bootmaker 

ton, Mrs. Maria 

on, Thomas, innkeeper. 

Old English Gentleman " 

uui, Robert, printer, Orange 

Chapman, George, umbrella 



ehettd, Hany, fishmonger 
ids, Emma, charwoman 
"ilrd, John, grocer 
man, John, bricklayer 
B, Alfred, butcher 
rt it ComptiMti Paatage, 
man, George, coach builder 
, William, railway clerk 
Ions, Alfred, labourer 
George, boot & shoemaker 
15, Mary Ann, seamstress 



Workmen's Club & Institute. 

Clayton, Edward, CuslodiaK. 
68 & 69 Stokes. George, baker 

70 Juler, Elizabeth, butcher 

7 1 Haynes, John, railway porter 
7? Bowman, Pawlett, bootmaker 

73 Avis, ^ne, greengrocer 

74 Cash, Edwin, labourer 

75 Gates, John, genera! shop 

76 Elgcr, Elizabeth, laundress 

77 Disused Primitive Mstkodisl 

Chapel 

78 - 
78oPettit, George 

79 — 

Bo Ruller & Son, bakers 
Rotter, Arthur 

heriit WrllinstoH Street. 

81 Whitehead, Harry, fruiterer 

82 Baker, George, shoe-shop keeper 

83 Gaunt, George, sugar boiler 

84 Hunt, Herra 

85 Gray, Thomas, brewer 

86 Darling, James, tinman 

PLANTATION BOW. 

4 Flack, Alfred, labouer 
a? Love, George, eowing maolilnB repaim 
andkcBporof "Jolin Rnakin" Ooffde 

88 Royal, William, fishmonger, sweet 

shop, and tramway 
SSJRead, Wm., labourer 

ka-i it Alierl StriH. 
8g Read, Wiliiam, genera] labourer 

90 Twinn, Sarah, grocer & com shop 

91 Warland.GeorgeH., cabinetmaker 

92 Warboys, Benjamin, cooper and 

brewer 

93 Lowings, Joseph, builder 

94 Powell, William, tailor 

95 Spence, Edward, bootmaker 

96 GatlilTe, Henry, foreman at boot 

shop 

97 Hodgson, Alfred L,, draper 



Britisb ScIiooL 



FiUroy Street (continued). 

91 Baker, Charles John, grocer 

and tea dealer 
99 Smith, William, watchmaker 
100 1 Baker, William 

101 1 Baker, Elizabeth, miUiner 

kai u limet SlriH. 

102 Morley Brothers, pawn- 

brokers, jewellers, &c, 

103 Bonnetl, Walter G., picture 

dealer, tobacconist, and toy 

104 Heffer, William, stationer 
loj Salisbury, James, clothier 

106 Kidman, Charles, builder and 

beer retailer, "Danish Flag" 

107 Buttress, Daniel, painter 

105 Hanison, Thomas, leather 



109 



Unwin, John, tobacconist 
Gladwyti & Yockney, grocers 
& 1 12 Bowd, Robert W., 

ironmongers 
Cole, R. & Sons, pawn- 
brokers and furniture ware- 
Shield, W. 

htrt U FiOny Lane. 

Mynott, Miss Annie, shoe 

manufacturer 
Throssell, John, chemist and 

druggist 
Wheaton, John, butcher 
Page, Thomas, confectioner 
& 1 30 Sturton Brothers, 

wholesale druggists, dry 

salters, and oil merchants 

i Young, Samuel Leggt., 
general ironmongery, up- 
holstery, china, glass and 
stationery warehouses 
Muinford, James Clements, 

Beer, Chas., shoe warehouse 
Sewell, Miss Mary 
Seawell, the Misses S. andA., 
milliners and fancy drapers 



i27aSpencer, Henry J., s 
123 Woods, Thomas, coni 

129 Hills, John, haircutte 

130 Doughty, Alfred H 

positor, tobacconi 
newsagent 

131 Bunnett, Edward W. 

132 Glasscock, Eliiabelli 

133 Mitchell, Mary A., b 

underlinen shop 

134 Bailey, Frederick C, 

riTZWILLIAM STl 

1 Brown, Wm. Robt., H 

Cambridge Sunda; 

2 Burdikin, Mrs. 

3 Bailey, William I., cl< 

4 Careless, Thomas, bu 
Careless, Mrs., millin 

5 Smith, Henry, clerk 

S. Mary's 

6 Lawson, John, collegi 

7 Allan, Thomas 

8 Fennell,Chas.Augusti 

M.A., late Fello 
College 

9 Cockerell, William, 

10 Diver, James, butlei 

Hall 

11 Pettit, Mrs. 

II Morman, Mrs. lodgi 

13 Training Sebool ar 

for Nureee. Hens 

14 Lenlon, Mrs. 

15 Frost, Rev. Percivf 

mathematical lee 
King's College 
Gray, H. S., house c 
painter and grait 

16 Day, J. 





^^^^^^ DIRECTORY 


F CAMBRIDGE. ^^^1 


Pitvwmam Slntt fcentmutdl. 


9 anitb Hearv l»bo»« 


17 Pike, Mrs., lodging-house 


10 Allen,' Qeotgel Ubourei 1 


keeper 
i8 Mapire, Miss M. F., lodging- 
house keeper 


1 Oann, Hm. Maiy 

S StnmgwBrd, Ihomu, lubonrar 

4 OdBll, Hobert, Ubouier 


iB>men,Thomai!,I»bouTer 


19 Chaler, Josiah 


3 VilSQQ, Mn. EUea. ohanronun 




20 Duncombe, Joseph, mason 




11 Skinner, Mrs. 


20 Bmitli, ■William, labourer 




J2 Ansel], Miss M. A. 


1 Hobaon, Mrs. Uutha 




13 Sindall, Mrs., lodging-house 


8. MATTHEWS COURT. 




keeper 


1 AUcn.ThomM. labourer 




24 Wentworth, Miss 


S FWcher, Walter, plaaterer 




2S Peck, George, chemist, post 


4 Ludmao, Charles, labDniac 




office 


5 Clayden, John, haraeaa maker 




Rhodes, W. A., dentist 


6 JsDobs, Alfred, iBboQter 

7 SagRUfs, William, general aeoler 
aBowd,Bobgrt,ropeqiiraiOT 

S Palmer, Jno., labourer 




FKBE SCHOOI. T.ATTFl, 


10 Hames, Willi™, sweep 

11 HulteD, Oeorire, Inbourer 

40 Loatee, Mrs. EUiabeth 




I Hayward, Fredk., bookseller 




1 Catling, James 




3 Bird, Edward, tailor, &c. 






4 Johnson, Frederic Geo. Fitz- 


OSIiDABT STBEET, 




john, banker's clerk 


StJffatthew'B Chureli. 




5 Looker, Wm., banker's clerk 


I Westwood, Mrs. Sarah 




OaTondiah Iiaboratory and 


Tinkell, Arthur, Ubonrer 




New Museuma 




Robinson, Thomas M., resident 






attendant and porter 


siSSS'iEr 




10 Else, William, college servant 






11 Chapman, Miss 

12 Chapman, Wm., builder, &c. 
rj Perse Grammar School 


e Miller, Williajn, paTior 

8 Favton. William, BrHTedigKT 




11 Poiell. Arthur, painter 




Alien, John Bartow, M.A., 
14 Tabor, William, gardener 


12 Frosher, Thomas, dairymRn 

Humphreys, Rev. AJfredE.,M.A., 




FeUow of Trinity College, 
Vicarof S.Matthew's Church 




liWisken, Rev. John, M.A., 






mathematical masler.Perse 


QEOBGE! STBEET. 




School 


1 Clarke, Jamen, the " Crnwn 4 Compaie " 
J Djer, UnderWQOii J., engine drivor 
3 Q.lbcrt, WiUiaio, railway portHT 




GAB LAITB. 










1 Pntt, Via. Jethra. flrii deslor 


6 rMf^cS^'gro^Tasidatant 




1 LMtH. Jsmen, Buid morohant 




1 Qoooh, Frederick, rag and bono dBnlor 
IBnn, Mn. EliiabrUi 


*«■(.-. g«>«i3fre-(. 




1 Knuun, VUlivn, ^msA dealer 








fl Ken't, Willi™, bookseller and newsagent 




' Kdirudi, Sobert, g^idtiaer 
Ihniihu'iniptiRobin 






11 BymondB. Charles, cab driver 




••aamU,M«.Al£« 


12 BlaokweU.Mie. Elizabeth 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 


9:. ^^^^^ 



I 



George Strett (contimudj. 

idjoiaar 
lure it Union Xsad. 

15 Ayres, John E., engine driver 

16 Baillien, Frederick J., clerk 

17 Jarvis, James, carpenfer 

18 Lofis, Isaac, organ builder 

U OulB, HeniT, pluunr 
" Jilukell, Un. Huriet, chuwomui 
Boned, Jdo,, Uboorar 

GLOTJCB8TEK PLACE, 

Fitzroy Street. 



r, wmisn 



SSSTnuS 



hem, Oeoree T., oQiapoaltOT 
<, u,.„n, Wiuigm, riiontBT 6.1E..&. 
7 Morell. FTDderiolc, eagma driier 
B Odsll, Mosas, »b1 porter 
S Bamdlne, Willimm, Ubonnr 

10 LukR, .Arthm, Utwimt 

11 Sflotti Htibry, ng menhuit 
IS liflter, Oeoi^, lampUghtAT 
IS LaiiKford, Joshoa, bontmakcT 

14 EDrebin, WilbelmiDB, batln'i bdp 
lA Hatatajjuin, Stepban, Mwydr 
18 TamoT, Oeon;e, itrioUarer 
17 Sorgbin, Witliim, gardener 
IB mgnell, Tbomu, pUatenr 



MBrigg»,Tl . 

SI OBJay, 'William E,. baoluukar 
K HobbB, Wniiam, brewar 
K 'Volfle, Artlmr. brewer 
M HuBdiiu, Bency, punier 
lA Simpkins, Arthur, ahoemaker 
M Billiaii, Edward J„ tailor 
17 anitbTEllEabeth. bedmaber 
IB Bimpkini, KIiEatjcLb, ubinbindet 
19 Diaburr, Talter, labourer 



a Orvias, Artbur, ooal po 



fl Breadman, Alfred, coprolito di| 



8a Everitt, Bophia. ot. _ 

8 Bracebndge, Eliia, drei 

Mullotre, Henry, breifer'a i 



a Mutton, Joeeph, printer 
OtDliikiaKii. Oeone, Mai pr 
7 Hall, Robert, ctdleea sem _ 
n Oaknum, William, labatoaF, 
» Witt, Jamei, oninibui driwL 

10 Oakman, WtUiam, Ubourv "I 

11 Elllj,Ja - ■ ■ ' 
M Thorpe, 



A A ll a p, Aiohitrd, 

.6 Witaqn, Mrs, CI 

IT Roiling, William, labonm ■ 
li Panmui, John, bnoUaTOE 
1» Hignell, Bebeoda, Buna 

M Jordan, aobert, la- 

11 Oakman, Bua ' 



I Briltain.UaiTAnn 
I Brud, Eliss, labsuL— 
I Gray, Willtami Ubonrel 
4 CliftoD, Robert, lahaarn 
fl Hadson, Jane, obarvoman 
e Oakman, Obarlea, labouiw 

7 Obapma 

8WitE.A^. 

■ Stonebridge, John, Ubourar 

, BUaabelhflanndrtB 

BdwardB, Oeoi^, labaurer 
2% RlghtinKale, EUu, Isundren 

■\i Noni Job- ■-■- 

JO Oriok, Willi 
30a Runhain, Jaa., b 
304 Smit^^ John, gaiden 
-1 Rolpb, Vincent, — ■ 
i Foultar, Charles, 
.3 Wrigbl, John, la 

A Hills, Oharleg William, reli^mg u 
and regirtrar at ■"—'■ ■ ~' *-"- 
Jranfleld, Wa'*-- 
. JeUa,AJfrcd, 
7 MedlQCk, Geoi^ , 
IS Barrett, Cbarla, labourer 
IS Young, John, college lorviuit 
10 Filby, Oedl a., bricklar. 





DIRECTORY OF CAMBKIDGE, 



EK)LD BTBEET. 

di, Anisi B., tailor 






L, bnuUyer 



a, Mrs. Mary Ann, publican, 
'John Gilpin " 
tt, altrea, labonre- 



lU.Jui 



< ligbtar 



in, Wm.. tailD 

r. Uis. Mory Ann 

, Elliot, cvi-eiEter imd joiner 

Hsniv, gaoeral diiler 

lawi. That. 0.,joumeyDUui butehe 

tt, NA, InialUayaT 

r, Wm,, Fwiflh poUolieT 
, Chaj., plomber 

ura, EdWBid J., wuter 
,tt, Mrs. Uary 



^ Edward, baber 

' h^la Cnjpfn Slr»i(. 

eeman and Son, brewers, 
maltsters, and wine and 
spirit merchants 

a, Joseph, brevei 
k, Jouph, [cTlbmaji 



■oodi, JoaUIi, brii:l[]iiT«r 



"li™rt,iroodoQtta 
£DSN PLAGE. 



litm^ 



Bhrim, Frederiob, li 
Juby, euDuel, milbi 
IWdEB. 'Witliam, M 
ISfluraoD, Jane, cli 



y, nwdlMTomao 



1 Oubbold, TboEd 
9 BUmley.Kuii. oil 



GOTHIC STREET, 
Saxon Street. 

1 HaydBn, Comeliot E., carpentol 

4 HuXin,Henry,Sotl« 

5 Hunt, William H-, BohcitorfloIeTH 

6 Bradford, John, MBotmaJi 

a Dring, Uii^aS, IaiIot 

Kewlin^son, Joaab, lardcnel 

1 Orem, WilMwn. bricklayor 



i Hills, Mn, Ernmn, 



jdwicke, Georga, ga 



4 Topping. Mra. I 

5 Dewberry, Mra. 



^, tailoroaa 

; I^i^"ce,Cliat!aaT.,fco«toloB8i 
B KowUng, Mra. Harriet 

Cooper, 'jno. K., carpanlar 

iNQ»ail,aBorge, railway foranMi 
4 FaTmB,WllliimH..wortangiBweU 
J OroiB, Edmnnd, aolinitor'i olisrk 

12 Tams, Geoiga, w" ' 

!3 Qawlrey, AHred 

14 Whitehead, Johi 

15 Audley, Samuol, pEneral am 



and beer k1 
leralamitb 



>i J.JBII1 onil Evt SWEi 




IS Culer, Buniiel, pvlue 

K BiggB, Albart T„ tK»gIiimi()i 

ID FeHrT.Tliuinu.cutieiituuiiisiner 

XOiWlibyi lunss 

11 Squires, Ebenuer, uphDlstero 

IS BroDm, RrchuilJ., bockn'I alerk 
M CHrter^ Fr«dBTick, oalleffB porter 
33 Jonei, Bdvsrd J,, prmgioiur 
•a Bell, A^lo^ tailor 



OHAUOB ROAD, 

Graves, Rev. Charles Edward 
M.A., classical lecturer S. 
John's College, S. Martins 

Burn, Rev. Robert, M.A., pre- 
lector of Trinity College, 
S. Chads 

Wallis, Swan, farmer 

B'niveraitjr Bifle Butts. 

Bestj William, range keeper 

Colbet, David, bailiff 

Cawdron, Thomas, setgeanl -major 
R.V. 

Myers, Frederick W. H., in- 
spector of schools 

Coate, William, gardener 
BeVwya College. 

Vansittart, Aug. Arthuij M.A., 
auditor Trinity College, 
Grata Quit 



Catcmi 



1, garden 



OHANTCHE8TBR 
MEADOWS. 

I Leet, Alfred, keeper of Univeisity 

Hounds 
I Robinson, Frederick, postman 

3 Rowe, Owen, furniture dealer 

4 Seaby, Mrs., Lee's laundry 

5 Gray, Wm., keeper of University 

bathing shed 

6 Barker, Jno., labourer 

7 Cutter, Chitrles, labourer 



Fowke, Miss Elizabetl 
Mark's Lodge 

heri i. Crufl Streit. 

1 Tredgelt, James, miller 

2 Smith, Jonathan, labourer 

3 Nunn, James, grocer's assisi 

4 Barton, William, labourer 

5 Simpkui, James, college poi 

6 Perry, Mrs, 

7 Broom, Heniy Westwood, I 

salesman 

8 Greenwood, Jas., piano tun 

lay cletk 

9 James, Wm., choir school 

Trimly College and lay i 
GRANTCHESXER TERR 

1 Granger, Mrs. Maiy Ann 

2 Young, Saml. Ohver, college 

3 Steinhilper, W. F. 

4 Mann,A.F.,mus.b3c.,oi^ 

King's College Ch^M 

her.camiaMirtBnatrttt. 

Palmer, Chas. Wm., cc 
for the county, &c, 
ringlon Villa 

QHBIiSr STRICT. 
I Burgess, Tabitha and Ja 
z Challice, Tom Morgan, 

3 Mutinier, Esau, cab prof 

4 Nichols, Wm. W., lo 

house keeper 

5 Miller, Wm. Chas., head 

Clare College 

6 Ketteridge, John, uphols 

7 Smith S: Rooke, architec 

surveyors 
Smith, Geo. John 

8 Codling, J. H., wine and 

merchant and pul 
the "Volunteer" 

9 Wilderspin, George, bak 

10 Gray, James Philips, 

11 Poole, Wm. Henry, lay 

and teacher of singin 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Grten Stntt (continued). 

GIFFORD PLACE. 

Stockbridge, Walter, cabinet 

maker's workshop 

!aiiu College I>aboratory and 

IieetuTB Boom. 

t Creeke, Tom Benoni, printer 



3 Etches, Philip, plasterer 

4 Hanis, Thomas, coachman 

5 Matthews, Mrs. Elizabeth, 

lodging honse keeper 
4 Charles, John, compositor 
;S Fulcher, Samuel, clerk 

16 Cowper, Mrs., lodging house 

Fromant, J . A., boot and shoe 
I? Giun, John 

Rare u TWni'v Strttt. 
» Wilson, Sir Rowland K. 
Lofts, Arthur Charles 

13 Flack, Mrs, Mary, lodging 

house keeper 

14 Challice, Prior, Sen,, lodging 

house keeper 

15 Tomlin, Mrs,, lodging house 

keeper 
36 Taylor, Mrs., lodging house 

17 Challice, Prior E., manciple 

18 Stockbridge, Walter, broker 

and dealer ia antique fur- 

29 Flack, Robert Charles, tailor 

and robe maker 
Macmaster, Wm., tea dealer 

Reform Club. 
Coram, George, Cuslodian. 
Petlit, David, builder 
Hutt, — painter 

30 Hawes, John Bird, bookbinder 
JI Rose, George, importer of 

vii^in cork 
Ji Osborne, William 



?iy propneloi^^^^l 
wine and ale ^^^1 



35 Teversham, Thomas, college 

36 Scott, Thomas, lodging house 

37 Banham & Son, bootmakers 
Ban ham, Robert 

38 Bull, Mrs. Clara Elizabeth, 

lodging house keeper 

39 Ellis, David, college porter 

40 Townsend,Mrs.Sarah, lodging 

house keeper 

41 Moden, John Noel 

q-TTTT.-nTTAT.T. PLACE. 

t BuTey, Al/njd, painior 

or, Susiui, gcceDgioccr, &c. 



4 B^eT,'Mi» 



Mrs, Mary 






Vi Wrtelit, Mrs. SbtbIi, college 
:3 GdUt, ^rs. Aaa 

Freeaton. Mrs. Mary Ann, bedraaker 
34 Jacobs James, keeper of Guildhall 

Stanley, Alfred, scale maker 

Auction room 

Galpin, John, School of Arms 

n-TTTT.-nTTAT.T. STREET. 

5 Moyes, WiUiam, publican, "Red 



Guildhail Street (continued). 
9 Cowell, Daniel, pnblicao, the 

10 & II Marlej', George Thos., wine 

and spinl merchant 
I & 2 Hallack & Bond, wholesale 
and retail grocers and provision 
merchants and candle makers 

3 Caddy, George, bootmaker 

4 Steel, Henty, wine and spirit 
merchant, "Castle Inn" 

GWnUR STBEET. 
I Drake, Mrs. Hannah. laundress 
3 Bennett, Jna., builder 

5 Marfleet, Allen, carpenter 
7 Leeder, Henry, tailor 

9 Morley, Alfred, painter 

11 Newbotne,Richard, french polisher 
I] Labouieau, Jules, college cook 

ij Cross, Waller, butcher 

17 Clarke, John, coach maker 

19 Clarke, George, ijootmaker 

21 Jackson, Josh. H., carpenter 

23 Palmer, Sarah 

25 Oakman, Ephraim, maltster 

27 Howell, jame-f B.. greengrocer 

19 Webb, Bernard, stationer 

31 Wiltly, Jno., grocer's porter 

33 Chappell, Stephen H., grocer's 

assistant 
35 Butler, Charles, railway fireman 
37 Haddow, Josiah, railway servant 

Smith, Cliarles, bricklayer 
39 Smee, 'William, bootmaker 
41 Greenwood, John M., tailor 
43 Benstead, William, coachman 
45 Stirajjson, James,"GwydirAnns" 
47 Shcrringhara, Wm. J., bootmaker 
49 Wells, James, carpenter & joine 
5 1 Elsden, Charles, railway guard 
53 Watson, Herbert, book agent 
55 Pamphikm, James, builder 
57 Willimott, Harriet 

61 Wright, Edward, railway fireman 
63 Spilman, John ¥., boot and shoe 

65 Dunn, WilUam, waiter 

67 Wilderspin, Luther J., butcher 

69 Start, Joseph, draper 

71 Squires, Henry T., goods guard 



73 Challis, Charles W., goods guard 
75 Hunt, Nathan, railway Gremaa 
7 7 Cauhara, Joseph, tailor 

Drake, John, carpenter and joiner 
79 Duucorabe, Morris, stonemason 
Si Helmer, George, railway guard 
83 Tolliday, Henry, railway fireman 
"" Allen, Gieorgc, labourer 

Strange, Joseph, "Dew Drop"ina 
89 Faktead, William, laboorer 
91 

93 Doggett, Sarah 
95 Clarke, George F., police constable 
97 EliioH, Phflip, railway engine 

99 Currey, Walter H., railway signal 
filter 



107 Fallows, John, railway : 

109 Holder, tno., railway se 

III Hewitt, Charles, pohce 

rt3 Ayres, Henry, police constable 

115 Woodcock, Benjamin, tailwiy 



1 2 luMuncey, Thomas, police constaUe 
l23iButler, Walter, telegraph d«k 
125 Phillips, Thomas, railway store- 

127 Pettit, Elizabeth 

Steam, Albert D., tailor 
Orbell, James E., boiler maker's 
assistant 
129 Reeve, Edward, plasterer 
131 Trudget. Jno., G.E.R. goods 
133 Read, Henry, railway cleii 
135 Parr, Philip, grocer 
137 King, Charles, (FitzToy Cottage) 
solicitor's clerk 

GWTDIR COTTAGES. 

1 Beck, Levi, labourer 

2 Andrews, Thomas, telegrapli 



3 Kefibrd, Jai..._, „ . . 

4 Fairweather.Heory J., railway 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Gvydir Street ^continued), 
STRATFORD TERRACE. 
149 Overend, George, agent 
151 Briltan, ElUabeth 
153 Hooker, Gilbert N., B.A., teacher 

of mathematics, 
15s Ward, Frank, baker and grocer 

LORNE TERRACE. 

157 Smart, Frederick, solicitor's clerk 

IS9 Stream, John, commercial cleik 

161 Balls, Harold G., cleft 

163 Hibbert, William, assistant super- 
intendent Prudential Assurance 
Company 

167 Christinas, William, journeyman 

169 Batrell, George (Cliff Cottage), 

I3ilw[ty ticket collector 
Ijr Newell William, railway engine 

173 Plamb, Frederick, railway porter 

175 Burton, James, Leicester Cottage 
177 Canham, Jolro D., post office 

179 EUis, Samuel, clerk 

l!i Thompson, WTlliam W. 

183 Abbs, John, saddler 

185 Bainbridge, Alfred J., tailor 
19! Cooper, Georee, wood turner 
190 Wallis, Joseph, waiter 
189 Gibbons, Thomas, upholsterer 
1E6 Hinkin, Charles H., carpenter 

184 Roots. Frederick R, (Gothic 

House), butcher 
GOTHIC TERRACE. 
182 Wilson, Henry, Templar Villa 

180 Miller, Benjamin, gardener 
l?8 Mony, James, engine driver 

176 Pemn, Richard, engine driver 

174 Cave, Richard, leather cutter 

171 Hammond, John, Primitive 

Methodist preacher 
170 

■68 Steam, Florence E. 
I« Whitcombe, Maria 
164 Dickerson, James, carpenter 
tfil Moody, William 
160 Taylor, Willimot, division officer 



158 Webster, Roger 

156 Watkins, George, coal merchant 

154 C anham , Ebenezer, cigar dealer 

152 Steara, Wilham, carpenter 

150 Mason, Henry, joiner 

148 Brinlev, William A., banker's 

146 Ellis, Edward E„ milkman 
142 Baker, Sarah A. 
l4oaWoollard, George, stonemason 
140 Woollard, Samuel, tailor 
Aire ij ilMjM- BIrtel. 
138 Heap, Edward, chemist 
136 Abbs, Thomas, shoemaker 
134 Bowler. Lucy, fishmonger 

130 Hill, Arthur R., journalist 

ii8 Andrews, Ebenezer, cordwainer 

116 King, George, blacksmith 

124 Hoskinaon, Mary J. 

121 Grant, William P. 

120 Berry, William 

1 1 8 German, Jacob, tram-car driver 

Claik, Susan J,, teacher of music 
1 16 Eagle, William, railway sei-vant 
114 Southgale, Charles, millwright 
ilz Ambrose, Theophilus, blacksmith 
110 Utteridge, James, engineer'sclerk 

101 Miller, Henry R., stonemason 
106 Cave, William E., engine driver 
104 Green, Robert, railway servant 

102 Ayres, WiUiam Henry, railway 

100 Cockerton, Wm., coslermonger 

98 Mansfield, William, labourer 

96 Reynolds, John, saddle & harness 

94 Wright, Naomi C. 
92 Pateman, Alfred, labourer 
90 Homsby, William, engine driver 
88 Htkin, John, engine £iver 
86 Strange, William, coach smith 
84 Charter, Walter, carpenter 
82 Smith, Heiuy R^ compositor 
80 Morrell, Edward, railway guard 
78 Giles, Walter William, composilot 
7(1 Harris, William L., tailor 
74 Bridges, Frederick C, baker 
'2 Leach, Ellis, stone mason 
70 Carter, John, boiler maker 
6S Lnpson, Ebenezer, iron & brass 
founder 



Spalding's stkeet and general 






GTeydir Strtit (conHmied). 
66 Lambert, Friscilla 
64 1 Walson, Herbert J,, grocer and 

I 6z ( provision merchanl 
60 Belts, Tliomas, caipeoter & joiner 
58 Pamment, George E., biiddayer 
56 Gales, John, boot closer 
54 Angel, William, iireman 
52 Sptlman, Eliza, laundress 
SO* Key, Edward, grocer 
48a Hammond, Thomas, engine driver 
46 Gault, Thomas, rEJlway servant 

Smith, David 
44 Fuller, James, engine driver 
41 Millard, Harriet, Gwydir School 
40 Pamjjhilan, Ned, carpenter 
38 Pellit, David, carpenter 

I 36 Willis, Frederick, mUlwrigiit 
34 Wilson, Edward G., scull maker'i 

32 OdeU, Eiisa. marine store dealer 

28 Searle, James, tailor 

a6 Borreli, Walter, printer's machine 

manager 
24 Douglas, Walter J., cellarman 
22 For^ter, Francis, pubhean, the 

" Alexander Arms " 
12 Brown, W. D., Fring House, 

hcri it Miljari Street, 

10 Cave, Charles, joiner 

8 Aves, Edward, printer 

6 Madeline, Fretwell 

4 Duucomb, Henry R., stone mason 

i Feck, Henry, tador 

QWYBIH STEEET (Upper). 

Briggs, Richard, printer 
PhyJips, Heiuy, pohce officer 
Weyer, Charles, confectioner 
Lloyd, James, railway servant 
Dedis, John, police constable 




HAHDWICKE BTBHEX 
Ifewniuun Croft. 

Udb, W. B. (S. Mark's VUl 
lay clerk 1 

Giim, 1. R. G., builder's gem 
foreman 

1 Robinson, Henry, undergiaiili 

assistant to profs, of <£ema 

2 Sanderson. Rich., French poli4 

3 Strickland, Samuel 

4 Clear, William, farmer 

5 Nortrup, Isaac 

6 Wyall, Joseph, miller 

7 Spencer, F. M., compositor 
o Dent, John, compositor 

9 Charter, Joseph, whitesmilli 

Reynolds, Jas., plumber 

1 Osboum, Mrs. Harriet 

2 Osboum, Charles, tailor 



ai, photopapliBr 

ir, Fredenck, confectLOner 

enM, tailor 

1, QoQiy, flour de&lat 

■r ■Trnnpn. tniifiTinrrif ntnnl^tnri*'*] 

iMiis, Richard^^^^^H 
hardson, Mr. ^^^^| 

Jno. ^^^1 

nson, William ^^^^^| 
son, Mr. ^^^^1 



Wilson, Mr. 

HERBERT STRIXT. 
Norfolk Street. 

swnrace, 7111111111. brickla,^ 
I Forsdirke, Jsbh, joiner 




3 Quinlivan, Very Rev. TTiomas, 

Roman Catholic canon 
i Greef, Mrs. Ann 

Edlin, John 
5 Barber, Mrs. Elizabeth A. 
6- 

CINTRA TERRACE. 

1 Can-, Mrs. Ann W. 

2 Calvert, Captn., chief con stable 

of County Police 

3 Okes, Mrs. Mary Elizabeti 

CoUin 



'! Crosse, Rcvd. Chas. Henry, 
M. A., M. L., Vicar of 
Impington 

■3 Gotobed, Henry, Boro' coroner 

14 Shippey, George Augustus 

15 Bedwell, George C, pianoforte 

and music warehouse 
Bridgett, Mrs. Herriott 
'S Field, Ebenezer, chemist, post 

OSBORNE TERRACE. 
'? Kdcen, Mrs. 
IS Ditkson, Mrs, Jane 
19 Brown, Mrs. Jiin 
!o Weekley, Mrs., Osborne House 
11 Swann, Mrs. Amelia 



26 See, Wm. Tho5.,clerk,organist 
S. MattheVs Church 

27 Cross, Mrs. Mary E. 

28 Hooper, George, family grocer 

and provision merchant 

htri l3 Suuell Btreil. 

29 Jacob, George, carpenter, jot 

and undertaker 

30 Beamiss, Wm. G., shoemaker 

31 Swann, John J., carter. Sec, 

furniture removed to all 
parts of the world (see 
advertisenunt) 

32 Gunn, Mrs. Maria 

33 Bulman, Edward, butcher 

34 Harding, Wm. R-, publican, 

" House of Commons " 
34a Swan, Alfred C, auctioneer 

and valuer 
34^ Waits, Byron Thomas, tailor 

and robemaker 

Wesley an Chapel. 

DORSET TERRACE. 

1 Vinter, Charles A. 

2 Mainprice, Miss Emily, achoo 

mistress 

3 Chater, William G. 

4 Mollison, William, M.A. 

5 Rutter, Stansfield J. 

EASTERN TERRACE. 

1 Burrell, Lionel, M.D. St. 

And's. M.R.C.S., E., 
L.S.A. 

2 Franklain, Charles 

3 Golden, Thomas 

4 Phypers, Mrs. Eliiabetb I 

5 Thoday, Francis 



,ker ^^ 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



MiUi Road (cimtimttd). 
PRIVATE GARDENS. 
; Cole, Mrs, Elizabeth 
5 Abbott, Alexdr. Edward 

Abbott, The Misses 
J Thoday, Herbert Searle 
J Cole, Mrs. L,,Fernleigh House 
J Flitton, William 
3 Reeve, Thomas 
Thoday, Francis and Son, 
builders and contractors 
I Richardson, Thos., innkeeper, 

"Engineers" 
! Ransom, John, innkeeper, 

"Osbom Arms" 
) Farren, Robert, artist 
Watt's Sack Store, Johnson, 

James, A^enl 
Telegraph Engineering 
Department 

Ashlon, E., superinicnding en- 
gineer 
Bartlett, G. W., chief clerk 
Langman, inspector 

Albert AB7I11111. 

Douglitr, Mm, Hannah 



CDleo 



Q.Mn. MU7A. 



.t'&^ci 



itdn, Mm. Margant P. 



Austin's, Wm., avenue coal 

Cannock Chase Coal Compy. 
coal wharf 



King, 






May,Wm.,Avenue Coal Wharf 

Cottage 
Ivens, John W. H., station 

OaTendish Otdlege. 



Hudson, Philip S., head cook 
at Trinity College 
Uiien, Robert, morkBt g&Hoier 



Bunard, George, HfliTKj wrvarit 
HHTTis. GiH>rge, ndlva^ engine drivtr 
Lee, Thomu, railway engiDe driver 

Coote & Warren's Coal Office 
G. E. Rail Goods & Coal Yard 
Higgs, Heory,"Earl of Derby" 
Vinier, J. O., Coal Wharf and 

Office 
Thomas, Benjamin, railway clerk 
Peacock, W., coal yard manager 

COLLEGE TERRACE. 

1 Jonas, Mrs. EliMbeth 

2 Hills, Frederick A. 

3 Oakey, Mrs. Mary Ann 

4 Constable, Wm. H., artist in 

stained glass 

5 Mutten, R., draper's assistant 

6 Reeve, Frederick B., organist, 

school attendance officer 

7 Schiller, Siinessy Solomon M., 

Dr. in Philosophy & M.A., 
Reader in Rabbinic and 
Talmudic Literature 

8 Norman, Mrs. Jane 

9 Johnston, Mrs. Elizabeth 

10 KeUy, Frederic R., G. N. R. 

station master 

11 Smith, Mrs. Mary A. 

11 Mutten, Robert, amciliary post- 
man, G.N.R. Goods DepdC 

EASTBOURNE TERRACE. 

1 Custance, Mrs. Mary 

2 Maris, Richard W. 

3 Ibberson, Miss Margaret 

4 Masters, Joseph H., organist, 

poor rate collector, insur- 
ance agent, &c. 

5 Mackay, Mrs. Mary Ann 

6 Mast, Fredk. Thos., coal agent 

7 Bryant, Mrs. Mary B. 



Sastbounu Tsrrace, Hills Road 
fatntimttd) . 

8 Hughes, Mrs. Sarah Ann 

9 Kelt, Alfred 

10 Lyon, Algernon J. 

11 Pryor, James 

13 Billiat, Mrs. Margaret 

13 Grij^s, Mrs. Emma 

14 Wooliey, Mrs. Addaide 

15 Bird, Mrs. Mary 

16 EUis, Mrs. Sarah 

17 Austin, William 

18 Andrews, Henry 
ig Royall, Mrs. Sarah 

Kattee & Kett, ecclesiastical 
builders and carvers 

Smith, John, tea dealer and 
wine merchant, Poplar 

45uDeIph, Wm., fruiterer and 

Parkin, Joseph T. 
4S Fox, John H,, upholsterer, &c. 
Temperance CommerciEil 
Hotel 
CLARE MONT. 
I Jennings, G. J. 
3 Pryor, Frederick D,, clerk 

3 Roper, Wm., G.E.R. dis- 

trict goods manager 

4 Brooker, Mrs. Mary A. 

5 Lomas, Geo. 
6 

Mizen, Fredk., greengrocer 
[ 46 FUtton, Arnold E. 
47 Baker, Wm., superintendent 
of ^ents for Prudential 
Assurance Society 

IpTBOURNE VILLAS. 

in, Jno., surgeon 
', Arthur J. 

o, Jno., organ builder, 
Hills Road Nursery 
5^ Uvett, Mrs. Emily H. 
;3 Whitdiead, Henry J., solidtor 



[ Preston, Mrs. Ann 

Grant, Jonathan, Moyes' Farm 
J Brown, Richard, draper . 

7 Macintosh, Alex., ironmonger, ! 

etc., also in Market Street \ 

and Sidney Street 
Pearce, Jno., ironmonger's 

manager | 

herd! Vambridge Plact. 

i Bartlett, Gustavus William, 

telegraph engineer 
J Hubbard, Thomas, draper 
3 Guttus, Edward, the "Globe" 
I Wilkin,Mrs.Ann, fly proprietor 
Young, Philip H., grocer and 1 

provision merchant, Neigh- 
ton House 
3 Forby, John, general draper, 
HaU House 



S. PAUL'S ROAD. 
Hall, Rev. H., M.A., Vicar S. 
Paul's, 5. Paul's Vicarage 

£Ll£ ALMSHOUSES. 
S ViitwD. Mrs, UargHnt 

Morley, John, architect and 

surveyor 
Cunningham, Rev. Wm., M,A., 

chaplain of Trinity College 

and curate of S. Mary the 

Great 

1 Home, Benjamin W., 

Evenden Villa 

2 Adams, John, Evenden 

Villa 

63 Bellamy, Hugh 

64 Pryor, James. V 

65 Clear, Samuel 




Bilk Road (continued). 

HARVEY ROAD. 

Gamett, Wm., M.A., natural 

science lecturer, S, John's 

Mansfield, Stephen 
UniverBity Cricket Oround. 
The Pavilion. 

Walls, Henry 

— I'endeen House 

66 Darwin, H., M.A. 

67 Eddlestone, Mrs. Mary, Gon- 

ville House 

HIBTON BOAD. 

1 Richardson, George, publican 
3 Smith, Heory, printer's reader 

3 Brand, Henry, hutdicr 

4 Bowett, William, labourer 

5 Hani, Wmiam, tailor 

6 Harding, Hemy W., custodian of 

bathing shed 

here ii Bright Pauagt, 

7 Beaumont, John, baker 

S Gieea, Wdliam, commercial 

traveller 
9 King, Stephen, college porter 

10 Loose, Henry, painter 

11 Plumb, Mrs. 

1 2 Wandford, Samuel, tailor 

13 Lincoln, James, college servant 

15 Griffin, Mis. 
Risley, Mrs. 

16 Harlman, Alfred J., cook 

1 7 Briggs, Mrs. Hairiet 

18 Turner, Jno,, catpeoter 

19 Humm, Joseph, paiuler 

20 Chapman, Richard, labourer 
31 Bietton, Mrs. 

22 Wrench, James, groom 
*3 Isod, Alfred, porter 
24 Bye, Mis. 

15 Waid, Daniel, carpenter 
NonconformiBts' Cemetery. 
Capes, James, custodian 

27 Aich, Robert, gardener 

28 Rayner, George T. 



9 Ridgwell, Richard 

Blowes. Thomas, whitesmith 

1 Otpwood, Mrs."PrincBofWi 
1 Neeve, Richard, baker 

3 Knight, Arthur, painter 

4 Raby, Jno., labourer 

5 Comway, D. HowcU, p.c. 

6 Hall, Hemy, bricklayet 

7 Roberts, deorge. labourer 

S Gawlhrope, Heniy, plasterer 
9 DockereU, James, lann hailifi 

Pilgrim, J., bootmaker 

1 Hewitt, William, the "Bri 

Queen" 

2 Jolly, Geoige J., coachman 

3 Storey, Frederick Samuel, 



7 WBcd,' Willum, SiioUajeT 

1 French, Alfied, miller 

2 Rajmer, William, labourer 

3 Pratt, Henry, painter 

4 Taylor, James, hawker 

5 Robinson, Walter, assistai 



7 Butcher, Charles 

S Ward. Mrs. Phtebe 

9 Gray, Alfred, painter 
[o Easy, James, bricklayer 
1 1 Gower, James, labourer 
r z Simons, Thomas, foundiymai 

13 Williams, Arthur, deik 

14 Dellei, Arthur, bricklayer 
Tredgett, Ebenezer, gardener 

ROSE COTTAGES. 

Ridgwell, Frederick, gardenei 
Hawkes, Thomas, gardener 
Cutting, Mr., gardener 
Simon, Thomas, brazder 
Wale, William 
Peirin, Alfred, hawker 
Ftohock, WiUiam, baker 
Reeve, Edgar, carpenter & joi 




HiitOK Road (continued). 
Hewitt, Fronds, labourer 
TuffeU, James, taUor 
Day, Frederick, foundrymaa 
Day, William, labourer 
Townsend, Frederick, clerk 
Kiebarth, Hony, cooper 
Falcher, Benjamin, bricklayer 
Foteman, Mr., gardener 
Squires, Noah, tailor 
Taylor, W., telegraph clerk 
Medlock, Charles, carpenter 
Randall, Frederick C, ironmon- 
ger's assistant 
Molen, Jobn, bricklayer 
Wakdand, Frederick, cDok 
Wilson, Mis. Rebecca 
Fordham, James, brickmaker 
Powell, Benjamin, stone mason 
Fuller, WiUiam, gardener 
Waterson, David, bricklayer 
Riiley, Herbert, baker and grocer 
Layton, Richard, mustard maker 
Hayes, Heniy, cock 
Ingle, G., North Cottage 
Parker, Thomas, bricklayer 
Gislinghom, Frederick H., cabinct- 

Wakeling, William, college servant 
Mallby, W., tailor 

NORTH TERRACE. 
Wrighl, William, stonemason 
Minn, Mrs. Martha, laundress 
Pyke, Mis. Maria, laundress 
Mouel, Arthur, tailor 
Dyer, John, baker 
Graves, Mrs. E., Detunaik House 
Griifin, William, publican 
Ebbutt, Mr., house decorator 
Harvey, David, head cook, S. 

Catharine's College 
Ma.son, William, rin plate worker 
Sbeningham, John, medical 

botanist 

CHESTNUT TERRACE. 
Moore, Edward, draper 
Gray, William, clerk at water- 
works office 
Coleman, Frederick 



HOBSOIff STBEET. 

1 Nichols, Thomas 

2 Hoddinott, Miss E. Mr. J. O. 

Pain's assistant's residence 

3 & 4 Dyer, Harriet, beerhouse 

keeper, "Batchers' Arms " 
5 Swann, Edwin W., brewer and 









G Holder, Miss C., lodging-honse 



Wesley an CliapeL 
J Moiley, John L. & Frederick, 

pawnbrokers, jewellers, and 

clothiers 
8 Cooke & Sons, upholsterers, 

appraisers, undertakers, &c. 
Cooke, Joseph 



12 Hye, James, porter 

13 Bye, Mrs. E., dressmaker 

14 Decks, Miss Eliza 

15 Thring, Mrs., French polisher 
QunisBB'a ootJRT. 



ISpena 






y dealer 



3 Dorbnga, Joisepb, Barde&er 
16 Barrett, Ohver, salesman 
\^ Ciookes, C, cutter and grindi 
iB Wheatley, Charles. ' ' ' 
and newsagent 

19 Carter, James, paperhanger 

20 Sergeant, Fredk., pubhcan, "Old 

Nag's Head " 
Boyal Farmers' Fire lingias 



I 




SPALDINC'S STREET AHD GENERAL 



HOOPl!B 8TRKKT. 

1 Grover, Henry, police constable 

1 Knieiit, James West, F.C.S., 

(±emist. Public Analyst 

6 Hymns, Henty, daiiyman 

7 Steam, A. E. 

S Dttog, Jonathan 

9 Winyar, Mark, grocer 



J Humphreys, Frank E.. bootmaker 
4. Holder, Thomas (Leeds Cottage), 
cordwainer 

5 Walsh, James (Leeds House), 
issist^t boiler maker 

6 Gates, George, railway engine 

1 7 Banyard. Benjamin, railwayfireman 

15 Prime, Elias, railway servant 

19 Bareford, Ursula. 

20 Butler, George, railway servant 
zi Curtis, John, railway gnard 

12 Baker, Edward, railway servant 

23 Edwards, Charles, the "Eastern 

Tavern " 
14 Sparrow, John F., barman 
i5 Strand, Mary 

26 BnrtoQ, Frederick, printer and 

compositor 

27 WaUer, David, fireman G.E.R. 

28 Mitchell, John, wood carver 

HDNTHTODON EOAD. 

z Lawson,Miss, Chestnut House 
8 Bacon, Mrs., Benson's Lodge 

WENTWORTH TERRACE. 
10 Harris, J. Randall, M. A., Fellow 

of Clare College 
12 Custance, Miss E. 
14 Kinder, Mrs., Rose Cottage 

SMITHFIELD TERRACE. 

16 Williams, Mr., clerk of works 

18 Peters, Walter, merchant's 

clerk 



HUNTINGDON VILLA 
24 Wilkin, Jno., cabinet ma.k 
26 French, Jack, butler 
30 Bell, Walter, contractor 
32 Cartwright, W., shoeing s: 
34 Wilson, Jno., Providence 

tage 
36 Chapman, Faithful, buildc 



HUNTINGDON TERRAC 

1 Hcaddy, J., painter 

2 Porter, Geo., college ser 

3 McDonald, Alexander, a 

4 Boys, Richard, cafpentei 

5 Dellar, James, bdcklayei 

6 Larldns, Albert Steph 

7 Isiebam, Foreman James, 
Griffiths, Rev. Edward Mi 

B.A., Ivy Lodge 
Wilson, Mrs. 
Smith, Rev. Hardwick, 3 

Dudley House 
Scarr, James 
Hunt, Frederick, carpentei 

joiner. Fern Cottage 
Jarvis, John, carpenter 

Wilson, Sir Roland K., I 

M.A., King's Cottage 
Symonds, J. F., solicitor, G 

Cottage 

Aera it Prior]/ Strttl. 
Brooksby, Edward L., 1 

clerk at Inland Revenm 
Davey, John, compositor 
Armersher.Mr.jUndergrad 

Glen Side 
Brittain, Geo., carpentei 

Byles, F. W., soUcitor 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Huniingdim Road f continued J. 
RICHMOND VILLAS. 
MiUer, Arthur S. B. 
Fuller, Jno., head cook of 
Caius College 
HALIFAX ROAD. 
List, Hemy 

WUliams, Samuel, wheelwright 
Biid, Mta. 
Camet«ry fbr BB. Oilee' and 
Patar'a. 
Phun. Frederick, Curator 
Gawlhorpe, Lawrence, pablican, 

" Travellers' Rest " 
Niglitengale, Samuel, GttlvcI Hill 

— The Grove 

JAICES STBEST. 

1 Best, Elizabeth, lodging hooae 

2 Ledand, John H., officer Cam- 

bridge Connty Courts 

3 Buttress, James, pensioner 

4 Beales, Robert E., tailor 

5 Lan^ton, William, tailor 

6 Freeman, James 

7 Bell, Mayor, college cook 

8 Cawthom, William, Rhadegund 

Brewery, "Rhadegund Tap" 

9 Newman, Joshua, caipenter and 

10 Stutters, Charlotte 

11 Scott, William, upholsterer 
II Cranficid, Mary 
IJ Kettle, Henry, college cook 
■" '^■'■' r, Edward, carpenter 

f JAMBS' COTTAGES, 
^fertlon, Mn, Amy 
i AUnll,' Robert! plumbur 
It Highsled, Thomas, carpenter and 

»} Abba, Frederick J., harness maker 
M Gamer, Thomas H., jonmejfman 
15 Laafort], Richard, money-lender 



26 Mansfield, Thomas, caipenter 

27 Key, Robert C., grocer's assistant 
iS Gamer, Charles, dairyman 

ig Pate. William, carpenter, builder, 
and undertaker 

30 OibeTiy, Mary 

31 Ryder, Walter, brewer's labourer 

32 Woodruffe, Annie, keeps a mangle 

33 Smith, Henry, grocer and baker 

34 Preston, Amy G., dairy-woman 

35 Quilton, Mana 

36 Palmer, Sarah 

37 Coggin, Henry, clerk in college 

Mtchen 
37lPurki5, Esther, coDege servant 

38 Gurford, Sarah, needlewoman 

39 SeweH, Jane 

40 Silver, Wdliam, labourer in 

41 Short, John, Post Office 

Short, Sarah C, teacher of music 

15 Woodhouse, Charles, picture frame 

1 6 Hawkins, Edward, railway clerk 

17 Coote, Charles Pindar 

18 Woods, Samuel, confectioner 

19 Waters, Moses, college servant 

20 Hemming, Samuel, cook 
aoJComwell, Isabel, tailoress 

21 Pngh, William, photographer 

JESUS LANE. 

1 Bland, Elias, treasurer Camb, 

PermanentBenefitBuilding 
Society 

2 Stocks, Mrs.H.jlodging house 

3 Mills, Robert 

4 Hall, Edward, college servant 

5 Tumell, Arthur Pythias, sur- 

geon 

6 Hills, James, college cook 

7 Ivatt, William, college servant 
7j Thomas, F., billiard rooms 

7I University Pitt Club 
White, Charles J., custodian 

8 Powell, James, lodging house 

9 Wallis, Miss J., lodging house 



SPALDING'S STREET AND 



\i Lane fcimtinutdj. 
UTALUa YASD. 



lo Wallis, Page, veterinary sur- 
geon 

u Lawrence, Charles E., publican 

■'Koyston Arms" 

Public HaJL 

12 Pleasance, Frederick 
Ailess, Miss, school for (ittle 

boys and girls 

13 Smith, Messrs., purveyors 

of dairy produce, con- 
fectionery, &c. 
Smith, Josiah 

14 Wells, Miss E., lodging house 

15 Alexander, J., lodging house 

16 Taylorr/- H., M.A., Queen's 

Coll., Oxford; M.A,, Trin, 
Coll.,Camb; B.Sc, London, 
Little Trinity 

17 Bradford, Thomas, picture 

frame maker, &c. 

18 Dixon, W., publican, " Crown 

ig Bright, William, college 
manciple 

30 Comwell, William James, cha- 
pel clerk, Trinity College 

21 Hoppett, Charles, head porter 
at Trinity College 

32 Long, Mrs., dairywoman 
ADAU-S YARD. 



Palmer, Jonathan, printer 

23 Challice, W. F., bookbinder 

and edge gilder 

24 Todd, Miss H., lodging house 

keeper 

25 Kempton, Green, osier grower 

26 Hill, Jesse, lodging bouse 

keeper 



l6i Hills, Thomas, livery stabU 
muiaget 

27 Kisby, Thomas Alfred, theal- 
rjcalcostumierandpu rchaser 
of gentlemen's wardrobes 

38 Stallan. W., cab proprietor 

3(| Richardson, Mrs. 

30 Creeke, J., bootmaker 
Newman & Co.'s livery stables 

31 Sarjeant, John, livery stable 

keeper 

32 Cooper, Mrs. 

33 Ringe, Jno. T., railway in- 

spector 

34 Harvey,William, lodging house 

Airr 11 Malcolm Strttt. 

35 Ladds, Henry E,, printer and . 

compositor 

36 Rayner, Daniel, appraiser 

37 Cotterill, Mrs. Susannah 

38 Boning, Henry, university 

marshal 

39 Briggs, D., builder 

40 Hutt, Mrs., lodging house 



41 Hin 



L, Mis 



42 Sharpe, 

keeper 

43 Spademan, Jos 



, compositor 



44 Brown, Mrs. E., lodging house 

keeper 

45 Jerrold, The Misses 

All Saints' Church. 

46 Ward, Rev. A. R., M.A. 

47 Constable, Keeble, assistant 

overseer for Chesterton 

48 Porcheron, E. Antoine, head 

cook. Corpus Christi College 

hsrr it Banor strut. 

49 Bird, William Kidman, vinegar 

RHADEGUND BUILDINGS. 

50 Dewberry, William Charles, 

organist, &c.. Associate of 
R.A. of Music, conductor of 
Cambridge Musical Society 

51 Coe, William, college servant 



DIKECTORV OF CAMBRIDGE. ^^^^H 


yiais Lane (continued). 


14 Todd, Thos., milkman ^^^H 


S3 FuUer, Mrs. 


IS Nunn, Mb. Ann, publican, ^^^1 
*' Coflchmakers' Arms'* \ 


53 Wiseman, The Misses 


JW> nr< ^dfl« + E^e and Dw-n- St> ««*i. 1 


54 Mutton, Mrs. 




55 Walker, W., college servant 


17 Beddall, Philip, relieving officer 1 


Walker, Alfred, teacher of 


for SS. Andrew the Great, ,' 




Benedict, Holy Trinity, and 1 
part of S. Andrew the Less -' 
rS Redding, Jno. S., hmldet 


56 Pitttnan, M. 

57 Edleston, Rev. Joseph, LL.D., 


late fellow Trinity College 


19 Si lo Steam Saw Mills 1 

21 f^nhpny Thos tailoT ^^^^^J 


58 Cunnington, Robt. R. Withers, 


22 Macphcrson, Charles ^^^H 

23 Pratt, Frederick, painter ^^^M 


coal merchant 


59 Greenwood, D. 


24 Seymonr, Mrs. Rebecca ^^^H 


60 Sabberton, Robert 


z6 Hart, Edward J., printer ^^H 


61 Davidson, William 


27 Pettit, James, carpenter ■ 


\Ti i. Bilfion! Place. 


zS Palmer, Wm., ironfonnder 1 


62 Snare, Mrs. S. 


1 


' 53 Wilson, Thomas S. 


KINO'S LATTE. J 


r64 (0 BB, 'mply-eaming dawn.) 
73 Hoppett, Mrs. S. 


Lawrence, James, head cook, 1 

King's CoUege .^^H 

Webster, Harris, deck ^^^M 




KINO'S PARADE. ^^H 


JESUS CLOSE. 


I Brown, Ebenezer, draper | 


Ball. Mrs., college servant 
Tyson, W. M., Gtove Cottage 


2 Rogers, Alfred, dental surgeon 


3 Swan, John | 


RotHUSan, J. K.. l^or 


4 Greef, Mrs., painter, plumber, | 


Jesus CollegB, 


and glazier 1 




5 Brown, John, tailor and robe 


JOHN STREET. 


maker 


City Road. 


6 Ling & Son, music warehouse 


1 Plumb, Miss Mary A. 


Ling, Mrs. Susannah 


1 Tiplady, Mis. Maiy A. 
GoodieUow, Mrs. Annie, coUege 


7 Sadd, Robert T., optician, &c. 


8 Haslop, The Misses, ladies' 


^ servaut 


outfitters 


3 Hor^wol, Mrs. Emma 

4 Milbnm. Wm., house painter, 


9 Deck, Arthur, pharmaceutical 
chemist 


Eden Cottage 
RtwaU Brothers, plasterers 

5 Hotliday, Jno.. college waiter 

6 Bdl, Mrs. Jane, coUege servant 

7 Beard, Mrs. Mary A., laundress 


10 Masterson, Mrs. Ellen, to- ' 


11 Bays & Son, hatters & agents 


for Alliance Fire and Life « 


S Goodenough,Mr3.Sarah,laundress 


Assurance Co. ' , 


9 Moore, Joseph, college servant 


Bays, William 


» Kempton, Jno. 


12 Bloom, Harriette, ladies' boot 


H KCTnoldE, Frederick, labourer 
W Areher, Wm. E., grocer and ham 


warehouse 


CuUen, Hannah B., lodging 


rarer 
'i CBton, Benjamin, tajlot's cntter 

ii ' ■ 


house keeper 

here ii B. i'dwiH-JJ P-...aj<s, 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



King's Paradt (tonHnuti), 

13 Chater & Osbourn, tailors and 

robe makers 
Osbourn, James 

14 Roe, Robert, prinl-sciler and 

Roe, Mrs. 
I J Hills and Saunders, photo- 
graphers, and ai Oxford, 
Eton, Harrow, & London 
Hills, Robert 
t6 Leach, F. R., church and 
domestic decorator, and at 
3, S. Mar/s Passage 
Jacobs, Thos., college servant 

17 Barrable, W. H., saddler, &c. 

18 Greathead, T. W., fancy 

repository 
Dep6t of British and Foreign 
Bible Society 

19 Oakley, John, butler and to- 

bacconist 

20 Smith, A. W., hosier & hatter 

21 Severs, Richard Inmaji, sta- 

22 Barnes & Binney, tailors and 

robe makers 

King's CoUege. 

University Library. 

Senate House. 

Gonville and Caiua College. 

Trinity Hall. 

Clare College. 

Cteological KuBamn. 

Keeping, Henry, curator 



■ Ema STREET. 

I Cook & Sons' workshops 
7 Scales, George, brewer, h 

and spirit merchant, " Town 

S Peacocke, Thomas F., bakel 
9 Hotrig. Mts. Elizabeth 

Attack, B., builder 
10 Royston, Robt., artistic painter 



11 Howell, Jonathan, poblicu 

and general shop 

12 Bowman, Geo., basket maka 

13 Smoothey, Charles, greengtocer 
r4 Bye, Hsuriet A,, lodging-hooB 

JUBY'a CDDBT. 

I Lvigford. JoebuL, bootmikB 

3 PiBgoti. Mni. Ann, aonutnn 

15 Padier, Mis. Margaret, lading- 

bouse keeper 
17 Wilkinson, Mrs. SaralvdieBnulM 



SELL-EI COVHT. 




18 Leeland, Robert, county ( 

bailiff 

19 Wakeliag, John, college serm 

aw ANN'S COOBT. 



□ Dem, Robert, shoeing smith 
□aLchmann, Mis., haberdashei, &C. 
o4 Newman, George, tailor 
Goodliffe's slau^ter honse 
Stocltbridge, W., dealer in 

Dent, R., shoeing forge 
I Hull, Richard, Imker and gKKer 
z Bucbage, Cbas., brickUyo', ac^M 
pansh Holy Trinity 

TMNITY PLACE. 

\ LmgwDoil Jfttiii. Eroom 
Pats. T. L., buiTdefi ud Und«t«»B'l 





X Undorwood, Olilrlah, pWor 
11 Oglti, Omirge, fliti banker 
II ElTood. QcoTft, priotsr 

Wol/e, Hetirj, eireep 
IS VatkiiiB, Kn Sarab 

23 i 24 Bird, John H., ph: 
ceutist and chemist 

35 Hall, Josiah, earthenware and 

general dealer 

36 Brigath, Louie, confectioner 

and ice merchant 

I, Richard, bird fancier 
sS Beale, Thomas, tobacconist 

and clothier 
19 Burbage, George, bricklayer 
3o&3t Williamson, George, 
tinman 
Whittaker, John, wood and 
stone carver 
, 3siKirknp, William, chimney 

I 32 Watson,James,clothescleaner 
Kirkup, George, waiter, and 
I. general shop 

I }4 Itlills. Jas., labourer, publican, 

"Earl Grey" 
' 35 Royston, Edward, plain and oval 

wood turner 
j 3^ Allen, George, fishmonger 
' 3? Cooper, Mrs. Elizbth., coll. servant 
j Stretch, Frederick, printer 
I 3B [QHs, Richard, watchmaker 
Aire it Miltim't Walk. 

39 Wbeaton, Samuel, stationer 

40 BUckmore, Mrs, Betsy, bedmaker 
il Hickman, Jotn, taijar 

p Watson. Henry, French poHsher 
M Stater, George 

(4 Waimott, Joseph, com merchant 
4S Moon, George, hosier and linen 



3 Coleman, Mrs. Ann, lailoreBs 

4 Rickaby, Mrs. Susan 

5 Coihall, Mrs. Mary A., 

6 Levelt, Frederick, groom 

50 Dawson, Robert Rogerson, grocer 

and provisioo merchant 

51 Constable, Thomas, journalist and 

Death, John, J,P., Foi 
$2 Calcott, WiUiaiD, pnl 

S3 Gillens, J-, bootmaker 



1 



in, 0. 



61 Free Bagietry for young 

servants, Coojnbe, Miss, snpt. 

62 Servftnts' Home, and free lodg- 

ings for servants oat of place 
Carpenter, Amelia L-, matron 

63 Goatcher, Mary, lodging-house 

64 Parson, George, inn keeper,. . 

"Yorkshire Grey" 

65 Johnson, Charles H., baker, c 

fectioner, etc. 




I 

I 



BELMONT PLACE. 

1 Pettit, Thomas, bootmabet 

2 Hawes, James, tailor 
J. Bennerl & Son, bricklayers' and 

buildera' workshop 

66 Ivett, Mary Ann 

67 Hazdl, Mrs. Harriet, general shop 

68 Lovell, Sarah, seamstress 

69 Bonis, James, tailor 
Nelson, George, bootmaker 

70 Mole, WiUiam, printer 
King Street Mixed SchooL 

72 Baker, Charles K., clerk and 



Improvement Commissioners 
4c. 






73 - 

74 Starling, W., wood tur 

75 Bullis, Sarab, dressmaker 

76 Dowsett, "William, garde.... . 

publican, the " Sebastopol" 

77 Pledger, Harriet 

Bootbam, L., builder's workshop 

78 Burton, John, labourer 

79 Kirknp, William, chimney sweep 

80 Beale, Edwin, college servant 

BARBEB'S fiUILDINOa. 

1 Bmtt, s'lrsb, Durse 

4 Leel&nd, Oeoige, county uurt bailiS 

t Sirkup, Cbvlea S.. letter coiriBT 
S I Gaylor, WilHam, boot closer 
8! Luccbesi, Frederic, figure maker 
BAEUER'S FAseAGK. 

3 apeioer. Albert, bricklayBr 

83 Wright, James, baker 
Slater, G., builder's workshop 

84 Feolon, Greo. W., bootmaker 

85 Lowings, Frederic, bricklayer 

86 Beale, William, tailor 
Evans, John, cabinet maker 
" i, John, college porter 
Nichols, Mary Ann. laundress 
Flaxman, Edward, hair dresset 
Wilsher, Daniel, bootmaker 
Cathercole, Geo., general 




It Uur 



IS Mary A: 
n, Smeot U., paatry 01 



U Tsjlo'r, Mn! Ann 0. 
gs Baxter, Waiter, boolmakci 

96 Moore, Samuel, college aei 

97 Mann, Tom, wine and spiri 

chant, publican, the "I 

98 Dent, George G., general ( 

99 Edwards, Sampson, labotu 
too Rnnham, Henry, bricklaye 
101 Fordham, Edward, painter 

WHAya ALMSH0T7BES. 



2 Chapw 

i Aaktiiim; Mr> 



-B-FrandA 



fl Pettit. Thomaa 
J Brett. Riclurd 
A Cue, Jcmph 

102 Hutt, Charles John, labcHU 

103 Edwards, George, painter 
lOjaSmith, George, ramonenr 

Kma-a cotjbt. 

Miok'el,Vmiain! pSoter 
! Smoothy, Mrs. yariih 
i Qnme, Jamen, UTegp 
i Hutchesou, Alfred, punter 

104 Burbage, William, brici 

105 Fordham, William H.,ff 

and publican, " gX 

106 & 107 Pryor, John, ( 

and tea dealer 



DIRKCTOBY OF 



KnrasTOH" sthbet. 

I Wlliams.Fredericfe.G.E.R.guard 
3 Wright, Junes, liveiystablekeeper 
5 Fisher, Robert, collieiy agent 
7 Smith, WiDiam, agent 
9 Dunwell, George S., agent 
' I Holeman, Daniel, plumber 
13 Ruse. Thomas, carpenter & joiner 
Ij Bowmao, Arthur, clerk 
17 Hollings, Charles, booitbinder 
19 Matthews, Benjamin, coal agent 
II Peacock, Samuel, accountant 
13 Rampling, James B., draper 
J] SbIoox, Jules, confectioner 
IS Tuirell, Walter G., clerk and 

inspector of police 
i; Rutt, Logan, draper's shopman 
19 Kerridge, Charles, bricklayer 
31 Bartholomew, William, turf agent 
33 Haslop, ^ames, the " Kingston 

35 Green, George, railway guard 
n Moody, Charles, G.E.R. ticket 

39 Paimenter, Edward P., railway 

fireman 
fl Shaw, George, builder 

WARWICK PLACE. 
H Roberts, James D., railway clerk 
IS Hayhoe, Slewaj-tF., ironmonger 
(J WindwDod, Josbua, tailor 
(9 Knowles, James, bookseller 
Ji Jones, Edwin, coppersmith 
53 Mathers, Thomas, watchmaker 
S5 BrockeU, Alfred, builder and 

imdettaker 
S? Townsend, Josh. C, railway clerii 
59 Gamer, George, engine fitter 
61 Gnstard, Richard, boiler smith 
S3 Gentry, Geo., carpenter and joiner 
65 McCaaey, Stephen, railway servant 
fij Rayner, William H., labourer 
69 Steam, David, engine driver 
71 Bavey. Samuel, printers' pressman 
n Wheeler, Heniy, joiner 

75 Shedd, Charles, fireman 

*«-. u Hoaptr airiit. 
80 Smith, Ahram, baiter and grocer 
j8 Loomes, Jno., painter 

76 DaTcnport, Edwin, tailor 
" ''|P>P''"y,Thos.J.,raiiwayporter 



72 Brown, Jermyn, tailor 
70 Bailey, Joseph T., carpenter 
68 Crackndl, Charles, platelayer 
66 Fatiow, Benjamio, labourer 
64 Rowlings, Robert, firecnan 
61 Beamiss, William, bootmaker 
60 Qnioney, Alfred, railway fireman 
58 French, George C, stonemason 
56 Rudd, WilUam, Primitive Melho- 

54 Nightingale, Askew, engine driver 






; & 50 Bidwell, Thou 

butcher 
8 Reed, Thomas, bootmaker 
6 Gardener, Charles, general smith 

4 Hont, Jno., cabinet maker 

3 Hiner, James, railway servant 

Davison, Phihp P., wood carver 
Coleman, Thomas, dairyman 
i Wisby, Alfred, draper 
i Worton, Henry, railway guard 
J Chiddenton, Chas.,poUcecoQstable 
i Few, Peter, railway engine driver 

5 Siier, Thomas, carpenter 

( Ringe, James, engine driver 
Dutton, George, L. & N.W.R. 
clerk 
a Miles, James, carpenter 
i Tyler, Thomas, railway porter 
i Few, Charles, engine dnver 
) Brown, George, railway porter 
y Robinson, EUita. laundress 
! Smith, John, cokeman 



i Yarrow, Thomas, labourer 
I Burling Joseph, labourer 
! Hicks, Edward A., grocer 



S Johmon, Georn, eoUe^ porta 
S Douglna, Arohibald, mglns flttar 

Paben, Jno. H., tiruIIiUiTa' 

1 Olbflon, JimiH, [iboiuflr 



LEEKE STREET, 
Newmarket Boad. 

k) Stephen, gBdet^ dealer 

iUen. Pnnoia £., imiDtar 
run, Jofieph, pliuHrur 



11 Butli. Albert W. , piintar and gluitr 

U DdnniB, Un. Mary A.. 

IS Curry, Bunuel, gBn«rul dealer 



17 Bhwlbolt. Williun, labounu 
II Pratt, Junu. labDDm 

LENSFIELD BOAB. 

Siokes, G. G., M.A., F.R.S., 

k Professor of Mathematics 

Peed, Samuel, J.P., Lensfield 
DOWNfflG TERRACE. 

1 Cooke, Joseph Edwin 

2 Porter, WilHam, coal aee nt 

3 Stoddart, Rev. Robert "mison, 

B.D. 

4 MaTtindale, William 
I Hart, Mrs. Martha 

6 Barrow, John 

7 Reed, Mrs. Kale E. 

8 Chandler, Alfred P., postman 

9 Tuffield, Mtb. Martha 

S quires, Heray Charles, law student 
ondcrgradnate 

10 Smitli, Thomas 

1 1 Taylor, Mrs. Ann 

12 Child, Tom, draper's assistant 

13 Jarris, James, newsagent 

If Barker, Frederick, publican, 

"Spread Eagle " 
rs Whitaker, Richard, butcher 
16 Cl^ke, Charles D., baker and 

confectioner 

BEN'ET PLACE. 



[ X Hayward, B.W. 
I 3 Uemmington, Mrs. 



4 Besant, William H., M.A, 

F.R.S., mathematical kc- , 
turer, S. John's College 

5 Hudson, Philip S. 

hrre u TB««ii Court Road. 

Downiog College QroundB. | 
LITTLE S. UABTB IiAlTK 

1 & 2 Fordham, James, butler and ' 
lodging house keeper 

3 Barron, Richard Fears, commer- 

cial clerk 

4 Howard, Mrs. J. nurse 

5 Hyde, W., publican, "HalfMoou" I 

6 Bunn, Mrs. Elizabeth, bedmaker i 

7 Hcwelt, Miss Ami, dressmaker 1 
S LawsoDi Charles, college semml I 
9 Moss, John, college servant I 

II Frisby, H., decorative painter | 
Fiisby, John, shoemaker 



It' 






, upholMenn ■; 






i Speeohlev, Hrs„ I 
J, Aneell'A Torluhop 

12 Fiisby, John, bootmaker 

13 Cawles, Mrs., dressmaker 

14 Builon, George, groom 

15 Steam, John, labonrer 

16 Hopwood, Mrs. M, A., 1 

17 Merry, James, college servant 

iB Watson, gardener at the Grove | 

19 Royslon, Mrs. Jane, mangle | 

20 Minns, David, miller 

LITTLE S. MARyS TERRACE., 
4 Constable, William, coUege seivaPlt 
3 Porcher, Robert, tailor ' 

1 Hayward, Miss, lodging house ^ 

keeper 
I Macro, Thomas, lodging houss 

['3 BUII.DINaB. , 



& BarriB. AlrB.t dnjumaker 
4 Fntt, Mrs., ifLimdrfisB 

3 Sharps, R., tailgr 

1 Seiton, OiWTge, eardana 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



ime S. Mary's Lane (continued) . 

Bbeeps' GrQen. 

■1 OmrlinE, ThoTasB. outer 

W.Cayley, Arthur, M.A., F.R.S., 
Sadlerian Professor of Ma- 
thematics, Garden house 

n ^jt^Tat, John, labouror 

li EltHn, Wlllum. police unaUble 



Wabb, Joiepli. Imbonrar 
Spalding, ThoDuu, labourer 
Onnt, Tlioniu, Isbourer 

The Obaervatoty. 

Adams, John C, M.A., F.R.S., 

Professor of astronomy 
Graham, Andrew, assistant as- 
tronomer 
Stevens, George, gardener 
Todd, Henry D., astronomer 
Bulstrode. Christopher Stone 
Free. Jolrn. ■' FlDuj^h and Hariow " 
UmtthewB, John, aliepb^Td 
Valker, UukhatD. wtaeslwiight 

Gray, Henry John, racquet bat 
Hewson, John, teacher 



a CriGhet Qroimd. 

mes, custodian 

nlty Cricket Groujid. 
1, John, custodian 

It&aDAI.i:in3 STBEET. 
Uagdolena College. 
Neville, The Hon. and Rev. 
Latimer, M.A., Magdalene 



Kirby, Harriet, coDege servant, 

Magdidene Cottage 
Biadfprd, Lucy, college liouse- 

5 Germany, Arthur, college servant 

6 Smith, Miss Elizabeth, dress and 

mantle maker 

KING'S HEAD YARD. 
1 Barrett, Mary Ann, housekeeper 
z Beales, John, coachman 

7 Bullen, Alfred, house agent 

WAEKEN TAKD. 
1 MuUiud, Ann, (»1]»B belp 
% HohiiiMin, Cliailes, lailiir 

8 Pratt, David E., wholesale 

grocery warehouse 

9 Ramingo, Alessandro, image 

10 Wootten, James Albert, 
maltster and brewer 
Wootten, Horatio, brewers' 
traveller 

ir Papworth, Richard, brewers' 
drayman 

iz Ward, John W., shoemaker 

hen art XnrlhaBipton Slreti, Catili Slrtil, 
ana Chtilcrton Lam. 

13 Clarke, James, hairdresser 

14 Fhillips,HumbertJames,baker 

15 Warrington, Christopher B., 

butcher 

TAN YARD. 
1 Brand, Martha, 









j6 Amps, William Wingrave, 

harness maker 
17 Pratt, David E., grocer 
i^aWoodgate, James, itonmotiger 

and coppersmith 
iS Short, Robert B., brewer's 

clerk 



AfagdaJene Stmt (amiiimtd), 
EEUrs YAOD. 

1 Bmith, Henry H,, w^Hrlwrigbt 

2 BioWB, WillUin 861117, printan" 

3 RDDhfun OeoivB, Labourer 

Ekin and Son's brewery 

20 Bond, Jas., publican "Brewery 

Tap" 
31 Hall, Mrs. Maria, tea dealer 

and confectioner 
XI Carley, H., ETocer 

23 Rooke, Benjamin, butcher 
Soole, F., relief stamper 
Pointer, Albert, coachman 

24 Baker, William O., stationer, 

news agent, branch post 
office, money-order office, 









OLD CROSS KETa YARD. 
1 BtubbingB, ttaoDui, labourer 

26 Jenkins, George, fishmonger 

27 Reid, Walter, hair dresser 

28 Briggs, Peter, tailor 

CROSS KEYS YARD. 
I Jacob, Un.. collide Hmmt 
1 Keul;, WLUliam, portar 

t Gawttnip, Charlm, engine iam 

29 Flition, Wm., com merchant 

PICKEREL YARD. 
I Bichard, Beuiamin, groom 

30 Harris, James, the "Pickerel" 



S LANS. 



Willi., . 



Hi gnpU , ThamHfl Isaac. collegB flerroj 

£ H njnm and, Frtdenok, c&rpfintor 

6 Ziil, Robert, labourer 

7 Fry, Juo., genefal smitb 

31 J oUy, Benjamin, broker, etc. 



MAnys cAuaswj 

1 Hall, Henry T^ capl 

Fire Brigade 

2 Lilley, William E., juni 

3 Chapman, James B. 

4 Lincoln, John 

5 Barber, Francis G. G,, 

for Boys, Prospect H 

6 White, Mrs. Elijabeth 

7 Poole, Geoi^e J, 

8 Nichols, Joseph 

9 Dobson, Mrs. Anne 

10 Sinker, Rev. Robert, 

librarian of Trinity I 

11 EUis, Mrs. Eliiabeth 

12 Newby, Miss Eliza 

13 Castle, The Misses, 

Ladies' Seminary 

14 Warren, Miss Susan 

15 Potts, Miss Emma 

16 Mason, Mrs. Jane 

17 Tozer, Mrs. Elizabeth,! 

house keeper { 

18 Bright, Edwin, baker \ 

19 Sykes, Mrs. Elizabedl I 

20 Riddle, William ; 
31 Warren, John, comi 

22 Thompson, William F,, 

23 Westley, Jno., 

agent 

CAUSEWAY COUET. 



T Beech, Friday A., photogr 

24 Foister, Henry W., 

builder 

25 Waters, Mrs. Mary A., 

26 Feakes, Mra. Sarah 

27 Pain, George, fly driver a 

lican, the ** William aiu 
lE Soloman, Francis, organ 1 



Maid^s Causeway (continued), 
39 Shedd, Mrs. Caliarine 
30 Sbemnghain.Wra.Jas., bootmaker 

Jackson, Thomas, greengrocer 

32 Beeton, John R., publican, 

MALCOLM PLACE. 

I Wriehi, Mrs. Hetly, lodging 

house keeper 
I Slonebridge, Mia. Bridget, 

lodging bouse keeper 

3 Day, Joseph, tailor 

4 EUis. Vioceot, coUege servant 

5 Sauuderson, John, cab driver 

6 Fromant, Thomas, ware- 

houseman 

7 Promant, Mrs. Harriet, up- 

holstress 
Smith, Robert, labourer 
UALCOLU: STBBET. 

1 Foster, Mrs., lodging house 

keeper 

2 Attach, Benjamin, lodging 

house keeper 

3 Robinson, Mrs. R., milliner 
Wood, Rev. E. G., M.A., curate- 

in-charge, S. Clements 

4 Marr, William, manciple 

5 Cherry, Mrs. M., lodging house 

fi Attach, Miss, lotting house 
keeper 

7 Le^e, William, lodging house 

8 Pe ck) Edward, college servant 
Charles, tailor 
lellijMiss, lodging house 




16 Kemp, Mrs. Eliia, lodging 

house keeper 

17 Hoppett, Geo., college servant 

18 Flack, Mrs. Hannah, lodging 

house keeper 

hirt u Mattoim Place. 

19 Crook, Miss Emma, lodging 

house keeper 

20 Fitch, Miss H., lodging house 

21 Crook, Richard, clerk 

2z Taylor, James, lodging house 

23 Edwards, Miss S., lodging 

house keeper 

24 Corben, Mrs. F., lodging house 

keeper 

25 Coe, Edward Cleark, college 

z5 Short, J., tailor 

27 Surrey, Mrs. R., lodging house 

28 Jackson, Mrs. Thos., lodging 

house keeper 

29 Barker, Mrs., lodging house 

keeper 
MAITOB STREET. 

1 Stead, J., gardener 

2 Jiggios, Tliomas Wbyman, ciJlege 

servant 

3 Papworth, W., printer and com- 

4 Smyth, Miss, lodging house keeper 

5 Payne, William 

6 Stretch, Sarah 

7 Cooke, George John, registrar of 
births & deaths for S. Ajidrew 
the Great district 

8 Story, Charles, college servant 

9 Darkins, Hannah, college servant 

10 AJderton, Philip G., coUege 
servant 

11 Poulter, Pbihp, bootmaker, sextoD 
All Saints' 

Fromant, Isaac A., bootmaker 

13 Baldery, Henry C, coUege servant 

14 Rutherford, Isabella 
Rutherford, Henry William, assist- 
ant librarian, Univetsity library 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



b 



HASEET FASSAQE. 

Evans, William B., pork 
butcher 

White. Mrs. Maty Ann. lodging 
house keeper 

Martin, Mrs. Hannah, to- 
bacconist 

Jackson, W., agentj Globe 

Shildrick, John, lodging house 
Payne, Mrs., lodging house 

Mills, F. W., engraver, die 

sinker, &c. 
University billiard rooms 
Drew, F. 
Stoakley. Miss M. E., music 

warehouse 
Webb's Criterion BestanniiLt 

Euid Wine Stoies 
Kidman, Mrs. Matilda, lodging 

house keeper 
Edwards, H. & Co., decorators 
& 6 Remmington, G. and Co., 

leather sellers and closed 

upper manufacturers 
King, R. 

OTmiiaaiiiin. 
Passingham, Jonathan Trem- 

enheere, proprutor 

MABK£T PLAOB. 

Chater and Osboum, tailors 
and robe makers 
aChater, William G., wooHen 

Wright, Richard, grocer, tea 
dealer, and provision mer- 

Edwards, Henry, wine and 
spirit merchant 

Warren and Sons, family gro- 
cers, tallow chandlers, oil 
and colour warehousemen 

Balls, Miss £., draper 



6 Orridge and Sussum, chemists 
Sussum, Frank 

Oambndge Independent Fieu 

Office. 

Hatfield and Co., printers 

7 Roe and Son, jewellers, silver- 

smiths, &c. 

8 Balls, Frederick S., china and 

glass merchant 

9 Cambridge Chronicle Office. 
Nay lor and Smith, proprietors 

and general printers 

Ladies' Beading Eooms. 

lo Sedger, Joseph (late Scdger 



and Law 



:e). 



I Wyatt, D., lodging house 

I Eaden, Henry and Nephew, 
wine and spirit merchants, 
the "Shades" 
Eaden, Henry 

} Kettle, Edward 
4. Beales & Co., ironmongers, £c. 
5 Reed, T. and Son, goldsmiths, 
jewellers, watch and dock 

htri it Bo!i Creicenf. 
S Bacon Brothers, tobacconists 
and cigar importers 
Bacon, James J. 
Wood, Thomas M., pianoforte 
and music warehouse 
7 Linton, F. S. 

? Midland Railway Booking 
Office 
PETER'S PASSAGE. 
Lever, Mrs. Mary Eliza 
i Munsey, David (late Peter's), 
goldsmith, silversmith, 
watch maker and medallist 
) Johnson, late Colling^, Beriio 
wool and fancy repository 
Weekley, Harvey George 




ilarieC Place {continued.) 



'2 Johnson, P, J. and Co., tailors 

and robe makers 
NeiUJ. 
13 S: 24, White, Robinson, WiUiam, 

boot and shoe maker 

S, MARY'S COURT. 

Rev. C. H., M.A., 

Rooms 
A., scaletnaker 

J. Carter, land agent 
ano auctioneer, agent to 
the Sun Fire and Life 
Office 
Bavey, Alfred 
li Holben, Sanders, solicitor 
Thompson, Mrs. 
Belts, Mrs. 
Coulson, Mrs. 

Lias, Rev. J. J., M.A., Vicar qf 
S. Edward's, S. Mary's 
Gate 
Qraat 8. Mary's Churcb. 
/units. Maryi Pniia^e. 

!P Barrett & Son, glass and china 

31 Tredgett, Ebenezer, nursery- 
man, seed merchant, and 
fruit salesman ; and at 
Ainger Nurseries, Histon 
Road 

3! Brimley, Whibley, and Son, 
grocers, tea and provision 
merchants, soap and candle 
manufactory on Victoria 
Road 
Three Tuns" Coffee Tavern, 
Hardy, William Saville, 



ii Shannan, J. & F., toy dealers 

TbrosseU, John 
$ Creek, William, fruiterer, 
greei^Dcer and florist 



37 Lawrence, Fredk, C, butcher 

Town Hall 

Public Weiglita and Measurea 

Wright, Joseph, keeper 

Great Northern Bookeng 

Office, London and 

North Western Office. 

back of the hall. 
Can ham, Philip Ebenezer, 
wine and spirit merchant, 
the "Town Arms" 
Cambridge Scbool of Art. 
Wood, D.j master 
Improvement Conunissionere' 

OfficGB. 

Palmer, C. W., dsri to Im- 
provement Commiisioners 
Bowyer, WiUiam J., tonvn 
surveyor 
Anningson, Bushell, M.D., medical 
officer of health 
Baker, C. K., clerk accountant 
Crowbill, C, inspector of nuisances 
Town Fire ISscape Station. 
Hall, Henry, captain of fire 
brigade, I, Maid's Cause way 
Town Clerk's Office. 
Foster, Edmond, town clerk 

LLAItKET BTBKEiT. 

1 Apthorpe, George, grocer and 

tea dealer 
Peacock, Miss Martha, house- 

2 Moule, Isaac, stay and corset 

Beetaurant & Dining Booma. 

3 & 4 Webb, James, wine and 

spirit merchant, billiard 

5 Parker, John, boot and shoe 

manufacturer 

6 Cole, L. & F., jewellers, watch 

and clock makers, and 
electro plate merchants 



I 

I 

I 



Market Street (coittinuedj, 

7 Fisher, J. E., pastry cook and 

confectioner 

8 Lyies, John T., seed grower 

and seedsman 

9 Dixon, Thomas, bookseller, 

stationer, agent S.P.C.K. 
and R.T.S. 
hm <( Uarket Paiuigt. 

10 Edwards, H. & Co., painters 

and decorators 

11 Smart, J, & Son, clothiers, 

hatters and hosiers 

12 Lilley, W. Eaden & Co., silk 

mercers, drapers, carpet 
and Manchester warehouse- 
men, hosiers, oil and colour 
men and paper merchants 

13 Holt 4 Co,, haberdashers, etc 

14 & 15, Thurston, Mrs. S., 

fruiterer, etc. 
16 & 17 Moden, John, wine and 
spirit merchant, agent for 
Raggett's stout and golden 
hop pale ale 

18 Jarman &. Legerton, fancy 

drapers 

LegertuQ, StuDUfiL Uartin 
Farren, William, photographer, 
florist and seedsman 

19 Bryant & Co., homceopathic 

chemists 

Galvanic Rooms. 
Bryant, Joseph B., chiropodist 

20 Scrafield, Charlotte, Ijaker and 

confectioner 

22 Sharp, James W., tailor and 

robe maker 
Partridge, John, ironinonget's 
foreman 

23 Macintosh, Alexander, iron- 

monger, etc., and at Sidney 
street and Hills road 

24 Ingle, John, currier 

Holy Trinity Charoh. 



BCEIiBOITRir FIL&.CB. 

t Ricgs, C, cabinet maker 
1 CoUmgs, Mrs. F. 

3 Jefiiies, Mrs. M. A. 

4 ChiddEnton, W.. booktnndei 

5 KingswoTth, Thos. Brand, bcli 

cook at Downing CoUege 

6 Bennett, J., college servani 

7 Darby, A. J., printer 

8 King. A., waiter 
<j Hai^tins, Mrs. 

10 Bennett, Sarah, seamstros 

1 1 Branch, T.. college senrant 

12 Harvey, Mts. S. E., lodging hoal 

13 Rogers, Mrs. Jessie, lodpii| 

house keeper 

14 Bailey, Mrs. Mary, Organist 

15 Branch, J., P.O. clctk 

16 Moore, Mrs. Haimah 
17 

iSoTock, G., brewer 

Hayward, T., pnbHcan, 



PwspMl 



Mortlock, Charles, 

Cottage, college 

Ji Adams. H. T. F.. telegrafi ck* 
2 z Gray, Daniel, waiter 

23 Palmer, Mrs. M. A. 

24 Howard, D. 
IS MUler, Mrs. C. 

26 Taylor, George, tailoi 

27 Newman, Charles, dgar 



30 Wood, M. T., bed maker 

31 Brown. C. F. H., waiter 
3; Steele, Eliia, tailoress 

MERTON STREET. 

Ifownbani Croft. 
CROFTON COTTAGES. 

1 ABen, William, carpenter 

2 Harland. Sarah 

1 Wilkin, Edward, coachman 

2 Bas9, William, miltanan 

3 Blake, Edward, bako' 

4 Reynolds, George, labourer 

5 Belch am, James, gardener 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



[TMUEB COBQlOIf. 
<y, Rithard, dealer 
lay, Jno., Fort S. George 
d, Jno., Ferry House 
m, Daniel, Sluice House 

iJOKD STREET. 

s, Henry, French polisher 

, Waiiam, G.E.R. fireman 

Ig, George W., G. E, R, 

llci maker 

., Thomas, labourer 

n, James, tailor 

Balph, coal agent 

, George, brewer's man 

rd, Charles, clerk 

■, Edward Charles, clerk 

•s, Joseph, G.E.R. goods 

d, William J., tailor and 



5, Alice, dressmaker 
g, John, general dealer 
ss, Josh., college mesEenger 

MU^ IiANSL 

m. Miss 
H., solicitor 
rd & Son, tailors and robe 

Mn. K., lodging-house 
^r 

't Son's piinting office 

Daniel W., manager for 
ster Brothers, millers 
am, Mrs. 
1, Thomas 
\y, William, carter 
in, John, engine driver 
', John, billiard table keeper 
im, Mrs., lodging-house 

r Brolhere, merchants' office 
lan, Thomas Williams, wine 

n, Messrs., estate agents, 
dat :^ 



GRANTA PLACE. 

1 Jessup, Edmund 

2 Risley, Mrs., bedmaltcr 

3 Phipps, B., coliege servant 

4 Ryder, Walter Miller 
Tabraham, William, ostler 
King, James, coachman 

Fhoertix Fire Engine. 

Foster Brothers' mill 



Foster Brothers' malting 
15 Clarke, George, maltster 

15 Brown, W., Every stables 

16 Green, William, merchant's clerk 

17 Mott, Mrs., "Waggon & Horses" 

18 Mason, Alfred, printer 

mHiIi BOAD and across the 

Biiton, Edmund John, Lay 
clerk and teacher of music, 
Stanley House 

Pierson, John, printer's ware- 
houseman, Mezereon cot- 
tage 

Cowell, Frederick, brewer and 

publican, "Windmill Arms" 

Mann, George, stonemason's shop 

Barber, W., saddle and harness 

4 Lamberlon, James Charles, pub- 

hean, the "Locomotive" 

5 Maltby, E. W., compositor 

6 Wright, Daniel, blacksmith 

7 Robinson, David, iron and brass 

8 Pierson, jno. Augustus, printer 
Wilby, P. R., mattress maker 

9 Hancock, William, publican and 

butcher, " Crj'stal Palace " 

10 Lofts, William, college servant 

1 1 Newberry, Arthur, tailor 

12 Coe, Henry John, booLmaliCT 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



Mia Road (amtimud). 

13 Daniels, John 

14 Ellis, JoEn, smith 

15 Ward, Frank, grocer and baker 



5 Waraes, William, draper 
"Irennan, William H., printer's 



I 



Blewetl. Thomas, engineer, Swiss 

S. Barnabas Cburcli. 
Bchools. 
BEACONSFIELD VILLAS. 
t Faiker, Mrs. Ann 
3 Lait, Mrs. Maiy Ann 
MiU road Coffee Palace (building) 



' Midland Tavern 

2 Scott, James, clerk 

3 Nobbs, Stephen, railway engine 

Rolls, Ellis, shoetnaker, Violet 
Cottage 
CLXJNY VILLAS. 

1 Ledwick.Thomas, medical assistant 

for Mr. Deighton 

2 Hard, Robert Alfred, caterer 

INVERNESS TERRACE. 

3 Dunn, Henry William, college 

butler 
^ J'BEings, Jolin, butler, Jesus 

CoUege 
I Giffen, William Robert, joiner 
Scudamore, Mrs. Mary A., school 
for young ladies, Motecambe 
House 
RAILWAY COTTAGES. 
a; Mansfield. Waller, carpenter 
»6 Preston, John, railway servant 
Daldiy, Mrs. Sarah Ann 



fj Barker, ^red J., railway porM 
Simpson, George, railway porle 
18 Butler, William, labourer 

Linscy, Thomas, platelayer 
29 Blackett. Edmund P., cngi 
litter's foreman 
Fountain, William, engine filt! 

foreman 
Worrell, Edward, railway sgl 

RAILWAY CROSSING. MHJ. 10 
JUNCTION. 

lii^say, Thomas, platelayer 
ARQTLB STREET. 



3 Oubbnley, Henij J., finoum 

IHoiisea building.) 
Cumin, AliTod 

UiBsioQ Boom ami Cbftpt 



ROMSEY TERRACE. 
1 Waters, Miss Georgiana 
z King, Mrs. Su^an, laundress 

3 Freestone. Charles, brewer 

4 Masters, George, Gnaocial ige 

5 Jarvis, George, builder 

6 Miller, Robert E., joumaUst 

7 Disbury, Henry, labourer 

8 Medlock, Richard G. 



MALTA ROAD (laid out) 

J^ill Road {cantmMeS\. 
Watson, Charles, publican, 
■' Royal Standard " 

CYPRUS ROAD. 

Storey, George, plumber 

glazier 
Orris, Frederick F., carpenta 
Howes. Moses, coproltte digf 
Lowings. William,. bricklayer 
Clark, Mis. Harriet 
Odell, James, maiine st 



DIRBCTORY OF CAMBRrDGE. 



r Read fetmHnuedJ. 

HOBAKT ROAD. 

, Thomas, carpcnler 

Thomas, carpenter 
las, William, dairyman 
ITS CharyltinUm ISildi. 
Frederick, engine driver 
Allred J., printer 

^RAVE ROAD. 
, Douglas, signal fitter 
Acabrosc, bricklayer 

John R., labourer 
ly, George, labourer 
Ismes, etigine driver 
Robert, (^rdener 
Arthur, joiner. Ivy Villa 

Robert, joiner, I17 ViUa 

, Harry, carpenter 

den, Frederick, carpenter, 

B, William, cnrpenler, Oak 

aONaFORD ROAD. 



phm, 1 



, Fredarioli, Ubourei 

'J Road {canfiiiutdj. 
Joseph 

iUTTS ROW. 
ton, Charfes, platelayer 
IS, Henry, warehouseman 
jwner, labourer 

rat, HeniT W., bricklayer 
. Henry, blacksnnith 
I, Jacob R.. baker 
muam, bookbinder 



[3 Canham, Charles, miller 

[4 Merrywealher, Jno., labourer 

[; Coe, Charles, railway labourer 

[6 Stonebridge, George, labourer 

[7 Naylor, Sarah A., dressmaker 

rS Joatt, Allred, carpenter 

[9 Day, Maiy A., charwoman 

!0 Northfield, Charles, railway porter 

Coe, Allred, labourer 
!i Fuller, Simeon, platelayer 
12 Low, John, labourer 

THODAT BTREET. 

Oaswn, Alfred. Florence Cottaeo 

BoriTen, FtedeiitOi WiUiim, taUoi 

WltUDgLPBintflr 

SBfloi, ThomHB, firemiui 

8. Philip'a Churob. 

CATHERINE STREET. 
Long, William, carpenter 
Ambrose, William, railway servant 
Poweil, George, joiner 
Lloyd, Jno., labourer 
Emson, Percy A., cab proprietor 
Wilson, Henry, railway servant 
Tuck, Alfred W., fireman 
Biggs, Alfred G., railway guard 
Chalkley, Charles, gardener 
Brinkley, James, clerk 
Burgess, George Chris., waiter 

and auxiliary postman 
Bushmore, Sarah 
Walker, Thomas, agent Midland 

Railway, Harwood House 
GraystoQ, George W., carver, 

WHden House 

SEDGEWICK STREET. 

(Houses building.) 

A/m Road (continutd). 

Smith, George, the Lodge 

cavendish road. 
Thorpe Villas. 

1 Morlin, Geo. G., Gothic joiner 

2 Rhoda, Rev. 

3 Samsom, Joseph, milkman 
ECKWOETH Villas. 

1 Darowcll, Jesse, greengroter 



SPALDtNO'S STSEBT AND GENE&A.L 



Cavendish Road, MUl Road 



1 Jaggard, Reuben, signalman 

2 FatTow, John, milway signalman 

3 Thompson, Samuel^ labourer 

4 Banyard, John, engine cleaner 

5 Chapman, Francis, fireman 

6 Day, Waller, plaslerer 

7 Tabor, Charles, labourer 
a Stalley, James, fireman 

9 Stalley, George W., fireman 
o Jeeves, Charles, fireman 

CAVENDISH TERRACE. 
I Wood, Charles A., gardener 
a Slack, Joseph, commercial 



Cater, Thomas 
S Mansfield, Waller, carpenter 
D Cornell, Frederick, signalman 

GELDART TERRACE. 
1 Cattell, Jno., agent 
» Smith, William F.. dealer 

3 JenninBa,Ch.irIe5.deaIerinlobacco 

4 Robinson, Miss Alice 

5 Bidwell, Henry F,, grocer 

5 Beale, Jno., G.E.R. sub-inspector 

CARLTOW STREET. 
1 Ward. Riohard 'Wright, dur;inui 
S DalCoB, BKDjainiD, flranan 

3 PeuoB, Wilfred O.. alerli 
B Stiute, Wmiam, draptr 
' " '—-I, carpenter 



II Bpoioble^.Jonb. Robert, carpenter 
Cooper, Mark, stonemason 
Mill Boad Junction Hailway 
Crossing. 
Eagle Foundry, Headly, James, 

iron founder 
Headly, James Ind., the Limes 
Lyon, Jasper 



KINGSTON TERRACE. 
4 Addison, Edward, solicilOT'i 

clerk 
3 Gillings, Joseph, tailor'i 
travellEr 

, faflwaj In- 



1 Chandler, Jno 

Cawlhom, William 
9 Banyard, Robert Harold, house 



"■WHe 



3 Hyde, 



:, George, grocer 
Waters, Sarah, WillonghbyHwM 
Kimm, George, G.E.R, st»lioi 

Johnson, Geo. E. B., M. A, n 
Grammar School. Gwydir batK 
*«■( it Ovyixr Strta. 
Church, Henry, chemist and duf- 

gtst, Clifton House 
Flandeis, Henry 
Calver, Edmund, tailor 
Brambley, Ebene^^r C.. lectnrtr 
Holder, John S., accountani 

BARNABAS VILLAS, 
I McKirmey, Rev. J: 



BjV.. 



JaiKs' 



in-charge 
Church 
t Cann, Robert, t 
5 Carpenter, Robert, ciickeler" 
ti Ranner,Gcorge, railwaysignalm^ 

Rowlinson, WilHain, tailor 
"J Brooks, George, engine driver 
S Slater, Mrs. Naomi, tobacconist 
Bye, William, publican, " Durha* 



PULLING TEBJtACE. 
Denson, John R. (Emery ViUn). 

builder 
Reeve, Mrs. Louisa 
I Ij^ster, Mr. 

I Woodhouse, Rev. Arthur P" 
M.A., curatc-in-charge of S. 
Barnabas 
t Visines, Paul de, professor o' 
languagea 



r 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



ill Jload fcentinued) . 

ROWNE STREET. 

1, Hany, cotnpositot 

;11, Alfred, cook 

1, Williain J., commerrial 



f. W., consulting engineer 

y, Richard 

[t, Llewellyn, maltater 

', George, compositQr 

1, Alfred J., licensed vjctn- 

fir's clerk 

, William, carpenter 

5tt. David, compoator 

William H., railway derk 

n, William, tailor's clerk 

ims, Fred., railway guard 

in, R., builder's workshops, 

nod, George C, butcher 

lings, Mrs. C. 

w, James, architect and 

E Matthew, joiner 
[s. Maty 
Sidney, ironmonger's 

:s, David, tram-car conductor 
rd, William, smith and bell 
iger 
Oswald G., mail porter. 



J. 






' Terrace {continued). 
Robert R., travelling 

jchard W., com merchant 

Joseph, traveller 
Is, Frederick, coal agent 
Mrs. Ami J. 
d, Henri, cook 
rd, AJfred S., draper 

"ancis R., surgeon 
Charles, mineral water 

t 
Villiam, 



MiU Road (continued). 
EMERY STREET. 

1 Parcell, Ellis, joiner 

2 Tniodle, Mrs. A. 
Hancock. Harold C, teacher 

3 Dimmock, James, retired print 

seller 

4 Freeman, William J., solicitor's 

Freeman, William, labourer 

5 Maxlow, Edward, schoolmaster 

6 Floyd, William, solicitor 

7 Matbeson, Adam 

8 Smith, Charles J., schoolmaster 

9 Gillingliain,W'i!uam, cabinetmaker 

10 Hunt, Edward J., draper's sales- 

1 1 Oakley, James, shopman 

12 Mason, Henry 

17 Robinson, Joseph C, bricklayer 
Z4 Feachey, Miss Emily 

z6 Stevens, Joseph, banker's clerk 
j-l Edwards, Robert, banker's clerk 

28 Carr, William D.. clothier's 

manager 

29 MitcheUWOliara.tailwayinspector 

30 Stanton, Samuel, banker's clerk 

31 Godlrey, Thomas, clerk of works 

32 Burr, Thomas W. 



Pulling Terrace (continued). 

3 Smith, Sylvester, coal merchant 

4 Stone, Thomas W., railway ticket 

5 Goshawk, Alfred, photographer 

6 Galpin, John. Evan, fencing and 

gymnastic master, etc., and 
University School of Arms, 
Guildhall Street 

7 Catlow, Charles S., railway clerk 

The Cemetery. 
Crick, Williain, custodian 
Feaks & Pearce, florists anil seeds- 




MHiIi 8THKBT. 
CoTeat Oardeii. 

I Ives, Hiam, ' 

z Scair, WOIiam Ivalt, cabinet 

3 Greenwood, Daniel, joiner 

4 Green, Jno. G., carpenter 

5 Webb, Mn. Catherine 

6 Tiplad^ Tom, carpenter 

7 Tofts. Timothy, tailor 

8 iiirvtif, Mrs. Elizabeth 

9 Lambert, Robert, engine driver 

a Sanctuary. James, police sergeant 

1 Pettit, Henry, printer 

2 Wilson, Saimdeis, railway carman 

3 Carder, James, printer 

4 Dickersin, Miss Aim, laundress 

5 Gawthorp. Richard, carpenter 
Pullin, Mrs. Lavinia 

6 Taylor, Jno., railway engine driver 
y Biinyara, James, railway fireman 

8 Oalar, Charles O., carpenter 

9 Rowley, Mrs. Eliiabeth 

Smith, Arthur, butcher 

1 Rowlinson, William, general shop 

1 Farrow, !EUjah, mason and clerk 
of works 

3 Cooke, Jno. Henry, carpenter 

4 Gipp. AJeiander, rnilkman 
Hall, Jno., bricklayer 

5 Trudgett, Manning G., miller 

VLJLTON JLOAU. 

AUGURY TERRACE. 
I Clayton, Robert 
I Livetmore, Mis. 

3 Porkis, Stephen, t 

4 Cowles, George, a^ 

5 Izzard, David, postman 
Matthews, James B., carpen 

Clare Cottage 
Smith, Mrs., Markham Villa 
Porter, Mrs. 
French, Mrs. 
Bray, George, clerk 
Warren, Mrs. 
Tomlin, Henly, bookseller 
Tarrant, Mr., Fern Cottage 






Wi]lsoD, Edward, tailor 
DegerdoD, Walter, cabinet mak 
Carpenter, Henry, boat buildn 
Morreil, John, college S£ 
Curtis, Miss 
Elliott. 

Peters, Ebeneicr, booksefler 
Dyson, James, brewer 

NORTH TEKBACE. 



; HbIIi. . 






m Huding, Tbomai, labDoni 
SPRINGFIELD COTTAGES 
Graham, Jno,, schoolmaster 
Driver, Jno., tailor 
Bell, tailor 

Crossley. H. C, Labnmum H« 
Spearing, James, solicitor's der 
GiUsott, Mr. 
WUlmott. C, farmer 
Morgan, cook 
Muncey, Ellis, inspector of 

heri ■> fftriurt Ariel. 
io Mansfield, Richard, malliter 

21 Hiver, Mrs. 

22 Mapson, Jno., coachman 

23 Newman, Mrs. 

24 Symonds, Miss 

25 Gee, WOIiam, college servant 
2O Page, Mrs. 

27 Ashman, James, blacksmith 
z8 Pleasance. Miss 

Unwin, H,, contractor 

Whibley, Mark Ives 

MOUNT PLBASAITP. 

STOREY'S HOUSES. 

1 Ellis, Mrs. Rose 

2 Robinson, Mrs. Maiy 

3 ^^Tvater, Mrs. Ann 

4 Hastie, Mrs. Caroline 

5 Gent, Mrs. Margaret 

6 Howard, Mrs. Marion 



OISECIOSy OF CAUBKIDGK. 



Fieasant {continued.) 

IKHIIU, TKIUIOBCI 



ALBION EOW. 




ITEILBON' STBEETF. 



3 wildeTE^Tii Suab, dnuDa 

fi JUarklii, Jain«a, railway Be 
» Bridgemui, ttaiy A.., Unl] 



9 Unwin, Janb, keept 

.1 GhapmBii. DavitiT mam 
.2 JfutIb, MarthOt duLTT< 



NUW CUT 01 

Cheeterton Boad. 
I Long, Mrs. 



ItobinSQU, Edvia, porter 
Brett, D'ardoD^t 
RBmboll;, Mrs, 
Baker, Jdo., natuialint 
B«ntle7, TiUiam, oolltge sarvant 

THORPE COTTAGES. 
Soole, Frederick 
Rayner, Walter, cabinet maker 
Mott, Joseph, wood merchant, 

Ebenezer Cottage 
Parker, William, Ghopman, Alalia 

Cottage 

CLATTOITB C 



OouleoD, Edward, labourc 
Baikar, Eli(ih. groom 
Oiook, Obules, oollogs sa 



MEW STREET, 
East Road. 

inson, Jusoph, Violoria toaginj 




T Bnuibb,wmiuBB.,bliiokiinte]i 
B Allan, Ctmrle*, chiur outer 
9 Oilell, I»Tid, Ubourar 

10 TMRuend, Robcrl. bcioU&rm 

11 Pink, 0«DiKe, Ubouier 

It KlbT. WilEmn, bricklaTar 

11 Bmiili, WilliKm. umbrellH mBker 

14 ShidbDll, Willinm A., porter 

15 OhBiJtiuD, WbIIit, Uhourer 

IT Sailay, Mn, MaijA., llie"BtM 

IS Tink, Junu, deilec 

IB Hntton, Chu-lw, labcmer 

U Oluka, Altnd, Imker 

II TtTaber,'Willl»ni,pl«telByet 



Taylor, Jobi 
IS Fttirington, 



" Elephant and OnstJe" 



89 Ooa, Hbdtt, eaynhtt digger 
BB Bnmibr, W. ff., printer 

70 Banitewi. George P.. labeuTB' 

71 Fsian. aeoTje 

72 Bring. Edvsrd, iBbooiur 

74 Hatcbdm, Eliubnli 

*«■» M Aibtv StrMt. 
71 AmoU, William, bcewer'a msn 

73 Barton, Ht^ 

73 DookieU, Biohard 

74 Papper, Boniajnln. oora nitter 

75 Taylor, Boborl, lahonMt 

77 OouIbdd, Pnniiis, barman 

7fl Btranj™d, Chsrlas 8., lubourei 



11 Loates, WlUian 






41 Spink, Robi 
4S KemJ, Mn, .1^=. ™^^,«~ 
44 Dnwtn, Alfred, carpenter 
iS Fairingtoa, Itioa, gu fttter 
tS Bolle, Jamea, flBtuaonger 
47 Qimlcli, Henry, bootmaket 
fil Bingmod, Frederick, a 




hrra it Occvpatian Btai. 
ihbinn, JoMph, Kmom 



S4 Moore, Jobs, Ubouru 

IS Lee, Mn. Eliita 

» Orev, Mn. EUiatieth 

17 Bmllh, Oharlea, laboomr 

33 Mattlwnrs, Ohailes, bridriayer 

SB Wbjbrow. George, foreman al grerel pits 

'" "■ tkln, Charlee, brlolnnakot 



89 George, eamuel, 
I BO YDOng, Hit. 
St BavMter, Bobart, 




ley, 4'llliam, r^ & bone mi 

NEW BQUABH. 

1 Myhill,MissElizabcdi,[odgii! 

house keeper 

2 Bell, Mrs. Mary A., lodgil 

house keeper 

3 Burgess, Henry F., collq 

4 Gurford, Miss Mary 



New Square (continued). 

5 Gooding, William, 

6 Bailey, Samuel 

7 MarUiam, Mrs. Cath. Frances 

8 Hanldn, Mrs. Susannah 

9 Emmerson, Henry J. 

10 Wallis, Edwin J., accountant 

11 Sandcroft, Mrs. Margt. 

12 Houlden, Henry, solicitor's 

clerk and assistant overseer 
for S. Andrew the Great 

13 Giiin, Frcdt, clerk 

14 Lofts, Richard, college servant 

15 Cowell, Miss Sarah E. 

16 Low,James,commercialschool 



17 Deekes, Mrs. Susannah, lodg- 
ing house keeper 
i! Hopkins, Mrs. Charlotte 
19 Wheatcroft, Mrs. G. 
:d Squires, Miss Sarah 

JESUS TERRACE. 
1 Prior, Henry, baker and con- 
fectioner 
! Tranter, J. B. 

3 Hardy,Benjamm Bavin, under- 

graduate S. John's College 
^ Gostick^ Mrs. H. 

5 Reed, Charlotte 

6 Meek, Hannah, lodging house 

keeper 

7 Scott, Charles, tailor 

8 Edmunds, Richard, college 

9 Sheldricl^ E., leHer carrier 
10 Bullis, David, robe maker 

PORTLAND PLACE. 
I Stimsoo, Dorothy, lodging-house 

s Oates,Jas., builder, undertaker, &c. 
1 lofts, U. A,. Hi.m.it»BB 

4 Dar, M. A., dieumoker 

5 fiont, T- B,, BBj«-er and eildor 
Gflpble, G. W., watchmaker 

""--- — '"' — I, aade>porter King's 



New Square {continued). 
I Squires, Frederic S., solicitor 

clerk 
! Holt, C. T. 

3 Webb, Miss Sarah 

4 Barrett, Fred 

5 Lockington, Mrs. H. 
5 Blacklock, Joseph, draper 
^ Sanderson, Edward 
B Sturton, Richard 
g Rees,T.B., conveyancing clcrH 

Barrett, Robert 

1 Battell, Edward 

2 Harradine, Mrs. S. A. 

3 Coteman, Alfred, milkman 

4 Palmer, Robert B., butcher 

lu<rs an Fitimg ■ " — ■■ 

5 Wilson, G. 

6 Ashton, Mrs. Mary A. 
Ashton, Miss V., school f 

girls and little boys 
Harlock, Mrs. 

7 Henderson, James 

8 Banyard, James Spicer 

9 Coxall, Mrs. Sarah 

Quinsee, Mrs. Susannah 

1 Calver, James 

2 Vawser, Robert, local tt 

Eastern Counties' Asylum 
for Idiots 

3 Moulton, Miss Sarah A. 

4 Worrall, Mrs. Emily, lodging 

house keeper 

5 Scott, Henry, watchmaker 

6 Wing, Jacob, warehouseman 

y CoUings, John, printer ■ 

8 Ellis, Henry W., J 

Talbot, Frederic William, .■ 

Rhadegund House ^ 

HEWMARKBT HOAD. 

JAMES' TERRACE. 

1 Talbot, Percy W., certificated 

teacher 

2 Hall, WiUiam F., builder and 



J Burges, William G,, daxV 




^nvmartel Road (continued), 

4 Britton, Mrs. Annie, 

house keeper 

5 Worboys, Benjamin, maltster 

and brewer 

6 Hawkes, Emma, Dairy Fann 

7 Cohen, Nathan, tailor 

8 Brown, Joseph, butcher 

9 Champ, Henry, book hawker 

htrt u Ckwch SIrrel. 
Christ Charch. 
hrri it Altcrt Slrnl, 

10 Swindells, Mrs. Charlotte 

11 Peeling, Jno. 
llnCordeux, Miss Anne E. 
ll£Apthaipe, Miss Amelia K. 

Theatre Boyftl, Barnwell 
IfiBBlon. 
IJ Knowles, Edmund, M.R.C.S. 

13 Whiffen, Alfred, shoemaker 

14 Towler, William, brewer, Shakes- 

peare brewery 

15 Beeton, Miss Susan, publican, the 

" Shakespeare " 

16 Ayres, George W,, general shop 
TABEKNACLE ROW, BUN STHEBT. 

1 K 2 8eU, Dayid, ceUBtmaii 
* OiapmaE, Jm, B., cosl poH»r 

SUN STREET. 

17 Shaldriek, Miss Martha, stay 
iB ComweD, Mrs. Sarah 

Primitive Methodist 
Tabernacle. 

ICT. Williud, labourer 




3S Dawkins, Mrs. Ann 
16 Burton, Frederick J., innkeeper, 
" Crown and Anchor " 

27 Wallis, Mrs. Lydia E., tailoress 
j; Darling, Wm.,pubiicaii, 'Salmon' 

28 Gumer, Henry 
zSJKeemish, Argent, carpenter 

29 Genn, William Henry, artist 

30 Burton, Mrs. Agnes 
3! Mordecai, Mrs. 

31 Hicks. 

33 Pcggp Henry, brewer 

34 Whybrow, Miss 

35 Low. George, horse dealer and 

slaughterer 

36 Smith, Thomas William, glazier 

37 Thoiogood, John, butcher 
3B Burton, James, bootcloser 

39 French, Wallis, baker 

40 Haybrow, Charles, publican, the 

41 Swann, Mrs. Cecilia, publican, 

" Hare and Hounds " 

42 Swann, Henry Jno. 

43 Swann, Alfred 

44 Howes, George, tailor 

45 Jarman, Christopher Alfred. 

43 Dealtry. Jobn, baDtmH^er 
47 Ewin. Mm. ACuy 
4S Shedboll, Mil. 

here arc Eatt imi OccupaClsn Siaoit. 

49 Purchas, Francis, publican, "Rote 

and Crown " 

50 Stevenson, Robert, labourer 

51 Shadboll, James S., butcher 

52 Chapman, Mrs. S. 

53 Allen, Owen C, tailor 

54 Hund, Mrs. Martha, cow keeper 

55 Redhead & Traylen, butchers 
Traylen, James 

56 Brown, Wdliam, com dealer 

57 Beade, Mrs. Mary A,, pubBcaa. 
- Five Bells " 

ii 59 Dealtry, John, butchra- ano 
publican, "Jolly Batcher" 
JUDD PAsaAOK. 
1 CoDko, Alaiander, porter 




Nearmarket Road (contintiedj. 
bo Ward, waiiam S., baker 
6r WiDbye, Thomas, hotse dealer 

and publican, " Bird Bolt " 
bl Barlow, Williani 

64 Mounlain, Charles, paperhanE^r 

65 Wateis, Edward, ironmonger 
65aPatker, James, painter 

66 Cash, Isaac, boot and shoe maker 

67 Miller, Richard, college servant 

and grocer 
63 Worsley, George, cab driver and 

greengrocer 
69 Belts, Philip, "George & Dragon" 

coSee-house 



1 Item. Kdvud 
Tl Oime, Willlun, obinmey sweep 
BHAUROOK FAS3A0B. 
1 Farrington, Ricliard, labonreT 
I Wgbb, wmiuo, marme Oote 1 
1 Huru,'Wi]liua, maim« gtore 
4 Wildrum. William 
B ChappelL, John, InbopreT 

r ^"'Amos. isboDrer 
8 MBiJidolyrB, WJIism, briokmi 
'1 Jlmsi, Kobert. labourer 
JS ttijnolds, JimeB, sugur boiler 
BEOWlCa YAHD. 
pling, S&muel, labourer 






i Kadfun.DuL 

U PilmBT, Oeorga, If 

'( * n Cunia. Mii. Bot^y, 9I 

76 Bolton, Edward, co- 

publican, " Hearts of Oak " 
;; Head, William, milkman 
jB Wortley, Edward, fanner 
(9 Harmer, William J., publican, tl 

■' Bell Inn " 
to Fletcher, Mrs. Rebecca, cow 



5 Horten, Henry, maltBter 

7 & as QatiiA, iLn. Sarbh, gener&l ahop 
9 Oliver, Mrs. Frmoci, ctnrwoman 

I Jennen, H™Y.^""''l»r«" 

13 Mars}), David, publican, "William 

the Fourth '' 

14 Dickerson, William, hawker 

15 Hill, William H., shoemaker 
Mailings 

A Shadbalt, Samson, maltster 

17 Pope,Charles,publicanandlDdging 

house keeper " Black Lion " 
i8 Goodwin, Samuel, "BlackHorse" 
» Witt, Cbsiles, UboureT 

01 MBlly^n,'williu^ labourer 



4 Clay'doa, Bdward, tinwue i 
112 Throsnell, William, nmnager 

Bates' brick yard 
Halty, Bamuel. brickburser 
Watts' brick yard 



Cbudler, San 



SDt, EdWB 






IS Sidney, Jam 

17 Beabrook, Juu. n,, uricHinju 

IB Lee, Robert, g&rdenet uud 

'■Guidoner'sAnBa" 
10 Dounex, Henry, cattle dealer 
W Webb, OeDrgeR.,labQuri* 

OAKLIOK SOW. 



W\\]iait 



,er,Ojsl« 



Morlev, George, Slirbitot 
(Bullrm Orove) rod gnvai 



Nnnmarket Road (continutd). 
Ill Cuey, Emiy, tobuoo piiw makei an 

puUloui, '■UogmniFhsMMlt" 
113 TiiTaroBT, OlurlH, gBrdsner 
113 Ouer, JUDSB. tacickmilei 
111 BawQiui, Charles, mmniglit 
ltd OoRnnll, Henry, latKiiiTeT 
116 Witt, Jno., libouisr 
in Cuey.Joo. 



OHEDSAB'B LAKE, 

)A2 EonlL&TJL, Jamea, Labourer 
IS3 Moteui, Uidi Anne, loilllneT 
IM Uowley, Albed, aenenl deslar 
IBS JiKkwii, Ohirleo.TirickbnmBr 
IM Flaoderi, Suaael, the "WTeBtkn 

las Brown, Willimn.laboaHr 
]B9 Mana^d. John, batcher 



14fi BpMol^ey ^onathAn* drover 
14S Oueyi JOHph, biiokbiuiier 
147 TiDg»r, OhailM.plmterar 
14S Smith, Mis. Ann, lauudiess 
l49aCoe, James, labom^r 
iSoaPonder, Alfred, stoker 

149 Whislcr, Martin, " Plough and 

Fleece " 

150 Hmitlea, Heniy, mnacian 

151 Morley, Mrs. Emma, college 

151 Clayton, George, bricklayer 

153 Loker, Alfred, atonemasoil 

154 Weldi, Robert, labourer 
15s Carey, Robert, labourer 

156 Bowman, George, labourer 

157 Mercer, Joseph R., carpenter 

158 — 

159 Gnmi, Mrs. Sophia 

i6o Measures, William, auctioneer's 

161 Smith, Thomas 

162 Casey, Jno., general shop 

163 Preston, Harvey, cattle dealer 

164 Chapman, Thomas, wheelwright 
65 Donnei, Heniy, dealer 



166 Sandfield, Charles, toll coUeclot 

167 Turner, Ezra, baker 

Wealeyan Ch&peL 

169 Clarke, Mrs. Alice 
Buck, Thos., blacksmith 

170 'WMteman,Roper,"Seven Stais" 
l69aPiclcen. Miss Mary Ann, 

laundress 
NEWMARKET TERRACE. 
6 PitcheU, Thomas, stoker 
5 Crickmore, Hemy, dealer 
4 Webb, Thomas, horse dealer 
3 Hope, Golden, engine fitter 
1 Nunn, George, railway engine 

1 Lucas, Harry, compositor 
167 Francis, Wm., "ButchcrsAraw" 
ErVER LANE. 
I Hurry, FrodBTiok, labourer 
a Newmim, Johc^F.. labaui 

J Erby, frillis 






fi Brovn, Charles, Htok^ 
7 Bwann, John, Ubtmror 
B D«v, James, labourar 



II t. 



n, bnndrBU 



Lfif Dolda, MisB Alioe, aoboohnlslnH 

Abbey Sehools. 
Gas Works. 

Marriott, William, labourer 
Birce. Jno., britkmakei 
Maniot, Alexander, gas yard 

foreman 
Weeks, James, manager of Gas 

Works 
17B Hutton, John, publican, "Biick- 

maker's Arms " 
Underwood, Joo., horse keeper 
3 Flack, David 



7811 Jeffs, Benjamin, lailor 
79 KefFord, Daniel, labourer 
Bo Thurston, Robert, the "Ship" 
Si Morley, Miss Louisa, laundress 
:E2 Dockerell. William, labourer 
Scott, W., rag, bone, and metal 



E 



dirbx;torv of Cambridge. 



Ncwmarhet Road (continued). 
183 Smith, James, baker 
189 Scolt, William C, "Earl of 

Durham " 
[90 Brovm, Samuel, cattle dealer 
191 Todd, Mrii. Saiali, charwoman 
I9Z Wflderspin, Heary, stoker 

193 Ward, David, stonemason 

194 Ward, Harry, stonemason 

19s Haycock, William, brickmaker 

and grocer 
196 Flack, William, labourer 
'5? ; 



loo Hntton, Jno., barman 

lot Rayner, Mrs. Elizabeth, shop- 

203 Comwetl, Robert, labourer 

103 Dennis, Thomas. labourer 

104 Fletcher, George W., cow keeper 
JOS KnightJey, Charles, braiier 

!06 Watson, James, latjonrer 
107 Blunt, Thomas, hawker 
!W Yonrb;, Edmimd, bairkcr 
MB AbleClu Oeocga, Isboutm 
no QillHiri, AJ&vd, libDorer 
'U BHinu, llnu duu-lotte, nhaiwoman 
.11 Toila, JumB, labaurer 
US TingiiT, Btflphen, plaMerer 
■U Lsdniui, U». SuHh, chanoman 
116 BlRgg, BobBTt, luirdTMser 
116 & ai7, Marfleet, Mrs. Louisa, 
baker and corn merchant 

118 Jarman, William, bricklayer 

119 Hayden, William, labourer 
110 Crisp, Thomas, gardener 

Abbe; Clturch. 

BARNWELL ABBEY. 

Feaise, John 

Wheaton, Mrs. Sophia, lea 

Troos, Mrs. Susannah, laundress 
WALNUT TEEB LAKE. 

1 WociIbt. TVilliam S., oq 




JoUey, Benjamin, furniture 
broker, York House 
23* Watts, William, pauiter 
233 Aakham, Thomas, "Woodman's 

J34 Swann, James, " Bird in the 

Hand" 
23s — 
236- 

237 Glasscock, Charles, " Priory 

Tap" 

238 Bullock, George, Priory 

Brewery, Grange 
339 Featherstonhaugh, Mrs. 
Annie Elizabeth 
Rawlings, William, Auckland 

Tabor, George, smith 
AUCKLAND ROAD. 

1 Mulbum, James P., shopman 

2 Goo<!rum, Robert, printer 

3 Nottage, Mrs. Georgiana, 

laundress 

4 Pap worth, Daniel 

5 Curtis, George, brewer's clerk 
5 Calchpole, John A., boys' 

7 Powter, George, brewer's 
drayman 
Rawlings & Co., engineers, 
miU wri gh ts & brass founders 
Auckland works 
Bailey, F., malting 

AUCKLAND COTTAGES. 
1 Earl, James, lithographer 
3 Coppm, William 

3 Brand,Albert, police constable 

4 Stanford,Job,po!icecon5tabIe 

5 Orders, Charles O., cabinet 

Bailey, Frederick, Burleigh 

Bailey, Frederick, "Star" 
brewery 



Sanmariet Road (continued). 

34: Cornwell, Alfred, the "Star" 

242 Bailey, Henry, brewer 

243 Freeman, Robert F., brewer 

244 — 

PARSONAGE STREET. 
I Gates, Tbomas, agent 
a West, William, maltster 

3 Skimier, WTIUain A., brewer's 

4 Pannell, Elijah, carpenter and 

5 Baldly, Tohn George, manager 

of glass and china ware- 

Trotter, Rev. Henry. M.A., 
Vicar of S. Andrew-the- 
Less, the Parsonage 
M"BWH"HAM. 

Kemp, Charles, butler, Queen's 
College 

Hall, Dennis 

Flack. George, painter, &c. 

JaiTis, George, builder 

Beales and Co., coal and brick 
merchants 

Bumpsted, Thomas Brooks, 
surgeon 

Parkinson, Rev. Stephen, D.D., 
F.R.S., praslector U mathe- 
matical lecturer, S. John's 
College 

Jebb, Richard C.,M.A., Spring- 
field 

Dobbs, William, Middleton 

Jones, George M., student of 

Liveing, George Downing, 
M.A.,professorofchemistry 
lifewiibaiii Hall. 
Clough, Miss 

Sidgwick, Mrs. H., North Hall 
Sidgwick, Henry, M.A. 

Bidley HalL 
Moule, Handley C. G., M.A., 
principal 



Apthorpfl. Harry J 
' ''^. WililBia. grtjo 



Sanders, James, Newnharn 
Nursery 

SUMMERFIELD. 
I Wyatt, Robert, miller 
i Songer, William, whitesmith 

3 Chapman, James, caUege servaiM 

4 Wilderspin, Aithm-, artist's 

colaurman 

5 Bussey, John 

6 Huckell, Leet, gardener 

7 Howled, Walter, soUcitor's detk 

NEWNHAM STREET. 
NewnHam Terrace. 

1 Godfrey, Mrs. Jane 

2 Teraperiey, Ernest, M.A, 

bursar, Queen's College 

3 Hudson, W. H. H,, M.A, 

mathematical lecturer ano 
examiner, S. John's College 

4 Fletcher. Miss Jane R. C. 

9 Beck, Edward A., MJi., as- 
sistant tutor, steward and 
librarian of Trinity Hall 

!□ Attack, Benjamin, builder and 
contractor, and at 10, King 
Street 

n Marshall, Rev. Francis Cotton, 
M.A. 

12 Beales, the Misses 

NichcUa, Jdd., CHrtw 
LBwrcaw's (F, G.) suUmind jird 
Page, Charles M.. the "Granta.' 
Musk, Edward, (he '■ JoUj UiUoi" 
II Haalop. Chartei^tMilor 

U DriiMt, Williwn, tailor 



28 BhaiF, Joseph B. 




Nrvmham Strict f continued) . 
ii) Swan, George, baker and grocer, 

and Post Office 

33 Pteaton, Thomas, daiiyman 

37 BidweJ], S., shoemaker 

3S Mason, George, groom 

HATTS YARD. 

1 Oiffard, Qeorge, Ijibourer 



Claifce.Win., "Coach and Horses" 

Golding, Mrs., the Grove 

JitcksoitgWrn. Henderson, Puradise 

House, commission agent, and 

agent tor Globe Parcels Express 

Co., and at ri. Market Street 

Infimts' BohooL 

WilKn, George, Ike ■' Tally Hd " 

FHATrs BUILDINGS. 
Alg«n, Ot 



■nmrggood, Mrs. 
■Webb.-WiUlam, collpi 



M Bright, Junes, buUfliiir-a mui 
91 Battenoo, Mn., Uiutdiera 
U roller, Un. 

Foster Bros., mailings 

MALTINQ LANE. 
Cborcta, Henry, coactmien 

Oipen, Rev. Thomas Herbert, 
M. A., Lecturer at Pembroke 
College, assistant curate of 
I S. Giles", Pias Dinas 

Clark, Charles Edwin, LL.D., 
Regius Professor of Civil 
Law, Newnham House 
Beale, Isaac, compositor and 
lay clerk, Ashton House 
BURRELL'S "WALK. 
8. Jolm'B Racquet Court. 
Phniips, John, custodian 



3 & 4 Glutton, Tames, storehouses! 
5 & 6 Smith, Clement W.. draper! 
7 Twinn, Thomas, joiner 

8 Uagenla, Mte, Ann 

B Morgan, Artliiir, 

Barton, Mrs.Elizabeth.eharwor 

1 Johnson, Robert, college serva 
z Edwards, John, whitesmith 

13 Moore, Joseph, house painter 
- '•• " Willi ' '-- 



14 Chandler, 1 



I, bootmaker 



17 Press, Jno., butcher 
t8 Spence, George, baker 

19 Tmgey, Joseph, plasterer 

20 & 21 Townseod, Jno., the "Royal 

22 Turvey, Thomas, bricklayer 

23 Blyth, Henry, wheelwright 

24 Stretch, Jno. 

25 Brown, William, dealer 
25 Brown, WUIiam 

27 Lawrence, Jno. M., bricklayer 

28 Wakefield, Josh., greengr 

32 Meadows, Charles, coopei 

33 Day, David, blacksmith 

34 Sutton, Mra. Ellen, ". 

Coffee Tavern " 

35 Parish, George, house decorator 

36 Jnler, Charles J., baker and grocer 

37 Thompson, William, the "Tailors' 

38 Asplin, Joseph, engine driver 

39 Moss, James, engine driver 
Hewish, * ' "^ - - 
South, 



the "Tailors' | 

ae driver ^^^^H 

lor ^^H 

pawnhmkepjl ^^^^| 

JIACE. 1 

Martha, 1 



NORFOLK TERRACE. 

1 Mason, George F., painti 

2 Nightingale, Mrs. Martha, 

3 Haylock, Jno., agent [laundress 

4 Banyard,Wm. J., draper's assistant 

5 Windibaok, James F., whitesmith 

4 Chapman, Mis. Ellen, dressmaki 

5 Biggs, Daniel A., painter 
5a Kidd, William, prioti 

6 Jones, WiUiam, police 
Marriott, James, tailor 



n, oressmaKer 1 

^er*^ ^^H 

ce constable ^^^H 
lor ^^^1 



^ 



Norfalk Terrace, Norfolk Si. (cont.) 

7 Clarke, Arthur J., ceUarman 

8 Fordham, Jno., engine driver 
g Melton, Mrs. Mary J., drcssmBber 

Rawlingson, Mrs. H. J., char- 

10 Nunn, Henry, shoemaker 

11 Marshall, Uriah, engine fitter 
i» Tiplady, John, bootmaker 

13 Marshall, Thomas, tailor 

14 Bullaster, Conrad, cook 

15 Pettitt, 'Wllliam^police constable 

16 Baldly, Charles W., clerk 

1 7 Tarrant, Chaiies, painter 

18 Baldry, Mrs. Sarah, laundress 
IQ Jackson,GeorgeN.,feDcingma5l 

30 Apthorpe, William R., college 

servant [stoker 

31 Freestone, Leonard T., railway 

32 Cogman, Ben jamin, tailor 

33 Phfllipa, Waiiam, college servant 

34 Jackson, Mrs. Am 

Camps, Mis, Sarah, dressmaker 

35 Ryder, Mxs. Mary, laundress 

:6 Martins, Nathaniel, college cook 

36 Miller, Thomas, general dealer 

37 Williams, Charles, cabinet maker 

38 Fnuiklin, Fredeiii^, gardener 

39 Hogger, James, blacksmith 

40 Spearing, Mrs. 
43aPorter, William, the "Swan" 
4i6Cousins, George, tailor 

Bacs way to Csmetery. 
43 Arber, Stephen, sexton 
4iaLeggelt, James, plasterer 
Hicks, buSder's yard 
Sewell, Thomas, printer 
Mott, Charles, bricklayer 

8. Uattliew's SchooL 
NORFOLK BinLDINGS. 
10 Bailey, John A,, carpenter 
Hanadijie, James, teacherof tennis 
8 Gwynne, Thomas, boiler maker 
7 Chapman, William, engine driver 
6 Payne, Mrs. Jemima 
5 Stoden, John, cellarman 
4 Tiplady, George E., tailor 
3 Peltif, Harriet, dressmaker 
" ■■ Clflydon, William, "Prince of 
Wales" 
tQwyiiir miVpf trBKyiirBtre, 



MASON'S BUILDINGS. 

5 Pietson, James, brewer's roan 
4 Pierson, Jabez, groom 

3 Howard, Thomas, railway coahnan 

2 Palmer, Neal, gas fitter 

I Miller, Mary, college servant 

PROCTOR'S BUILDINGS. 

4 Harrison, Hills, gardener 

3 Marshall, Heniy, brewer 

3 Melboom, Wilmm, paper hangar 

1 JacksoD, Harry, tailor 
Smith, George, railway servant 
Larkio, William, tailor 

Cox, Charles, cabinet maker 
Pateman, William, tailot 
Fateman, Mrs. Elizabeth 
An-i u Reriert BIntL 

S. MATTHEWS BUILDm6S. 
17 Haynes, Moses, grocer 
16 CuUum, George, tailor 
15 Pearson, Alfred, labourer 
14 Stokes, Maiy A., laundress 
13 Hill, Daniel W., commission agml 
12 Plummer, Ann, nurse 
1 1 Millington, Charles, accountant 
ro Barringer, Wra., pobce conslablt 
9 Teller, Frederick, college poller 
8 Barton, Robert, carpenter 
7 Wolfe, Isaac, brewer's man 

6 Porter, Charles, gardener 

5 Emmens, H.. mail guard, G.P.O' 

4 Harradine, Arthur H., cabioel 

3 Murkett, Sarah 

2 Bedford, John, bcickniaker 
1 Brown, Samuel, fireman 

French, Alfred, the "Norfolt 

An-g u mnffarithin BtruU 
Norfolk Street {contimud). 

34 Burgess, Sarah, laimdress 

35 Naylor, Thomas, railway servW 
3S Hildred, Mary A. 

House at Back. 
Styler. Edward 
3; Wood, Thomas, tailor 
38. Phillips, Rebecca, dreasi 
39 Wolfe, HiomBB, tailor 



DIRECTORy OF CAUBRIDGE. 



•folli Street (continued). 



ny, Thonms, Bhoaoakar 
I, William. labODrer 
»t, Timothy, aboemmkra 



NEWMAM'S YARD. 



MERTON ARMS YARD. 
I Richardson, Heniy, hay dealer 

6 FJack, David Bradwell 

7 Robinson, Walter, college servant 

8 Holder, Willis, blacksmith 

9 Chapman, Henry, college servant 
D Addison, Frands W., tailor 

Taylor, Rev. John Peter, M.A., 
Merton Hjdl 



igbt, Elita, dunainui 



JDO., grpDar'a pDiCer 
liam. DbulcB, lamp lighter 

lAMPTOH" STEEET. 

■Williwn, latourat 



I, dharlea, bDotmaker 
Uary H., ooUeae aervant 
ID, AUttbew. bncklafu 

WlSlm, pUBterec__ 

Jamea, t^ "BoronghBoy" 
GENTLE'S COTJET, 

lite, Wiaiai 

nhfleld. £Ui 

iBon, Jut 



MERTON COTTAGES. 

2 Looker, William, grocerand tallow 

chandler 

3 Wren, William, builder's clerk 

4 Pamplin, Jno., gardener 

5 Swomsboum, Henry, murfcian 

5 Banrgoing, Lonia Charles, college 

7 Gray, Churles, college servant 
9 Chapman, William, coHege servant 
Wayman, Ephraim, LL.M., 

Merton House 
Warren, Eliiabeth, Merton 
Cottage 

DIAMOND OOTTRT, 
1 MiluheU, ■William, "BoBB&Orown" 
S Eut^^hlnaoii, Maiy, college aervant 




SPAtDINC'S STREET AND GENERAL 



pi 



Nertkampton Street (continued). 



KETTLE'S YARD. 

Brifrht, Robert, labourO' 
Lowa, John, conl porter 



Bogn*. Hmi7> bnvar'B mui 
Bsgan, Mn. 

B ChapnitP. WUHmii, brietaoali 

[> Osorn, WUliun, tboenuker 

1 lAD^brdi OharleH, Ubourer 

1 0«im«, Samiul B., liriaUBTer'a Ikboum 

B Hmytii, Williiim A., ' ■' — 

4 Eioei, AJuiinaluTw 

h ataipnuD, ThomBi W. 

« WolJe, Jnhn, Uhourer 

7 Oaok,WilluiniH.,li>li 

9 Oollil, M&TT. VUhfiTW 

Wrijht, Bpbert, ioata 

1 lAnCt, Smnh A., dm 
3 EilL Ouvlina, (»U»' 
n BorUiii, Jonr 



bt& digger 
I, brewer's Bu 



!*> Lowe, UuT JL, uuniiTen 
) VoUe, JUDb, touU digger 



ITOBWICH STRBBT. 



5 Gould, Thomas, manager of re. 
freshmen t rooms 

6 McConnack, Miss Ellen 
Pegler, Mrs. Frances 
Woollard, William, waiter 

9 Gallon, William, engine driver 
Pratt, Henry Jno., tailor 
Slueeve, Charles, Methodist 

Tailor, William, bootmaker 

13 Rooroe, Miss Maiy Aan, "Nor 
wichAnns" 

14 Constable, Mrs. Mary A, 

15 Turner, William, fitter G.E.R. 

16 Young, Mrs. Martha 



ij Langford, Richard, 
railway 

18 Edwards, Mr^. Susamiali Uatii, 

straw bonnet and bat maker 

19 I>uffield, Mrs. Harriet D. 
" " Peony, Thomas, tailor 

Andley, Mis. Maiy 
zi Mnrfitt, Charles, railway cleric 
zl AJJen, William, foreman G.E.R. 

Lofty, James, carpenter 

14 Feuton, William E,, compositor 

15 Chapman, John Henry, gardene 
Price, Walter, solicitor's drfc 

z6 Haynes, Ebenezer, bootmaker 
17 Ctoyier, Joseph, baker 

iS Coi, Mrs. Jane F., general sliap 

29 Sole, George D., niiiler 

30 Saggers, John, railway agent 
Harding, G., builder's yard 
Wright, Charles, builder 

32 Sates, Mrs. Sarah, nurse 
Runham, Mrs. Martha, ndllioEr 

and dressmaker 

33 Wilson, Mrs. M. A. 

34 Collier. Tregonwelt, baker 

35 Sciur, Samuel, stationer, etc. 

36 Muriitt, Daniel, railway enaifl 
36aDay, Samuel, butler 

37 Carter, William, police constaU" 
Carroll, George, Alma Brewerj 



39 



Ginn, James L., gardener 
Bright, Adolphus Herbert 
Brcnnan, David 
Dajsley, William, coachman 
Worman, Jan 



4 Hodgson, Joseph , . _ 
j Greene, Mrs. Eliza 

5 Gardner, Charles. gacdenL. 

7 Batnsdale, George Hemy,scnlpti'''' 

wood and stone carver 

8 Pike, Joseph, grocer and tea tolC 

9 Rickard, James, railway bookug 

clerk 

Reeve, Al&cd, joiner 

1 Worland, Mrs. Mary 
z Robinson, Tames H., seed W^' 

chant's clerk 
,3 Atkins, Thomas, butcher 






Nontiich Street fcoMhtuedJ, 


OCCITFATIOir BOAHD.'^^H 


54 Plane, Charles, raUway servant 


If BWmarket Road. ^^^H 


55 Robson. Edward, engine filter 


„ ,. ^^1 


j6 Utteridge, George, engine driver 


1 Bruce, Henn', labourer ^^^^H 
1 Chapman, William, labourer ^^^^H 
B Webb, Chules, labourer ^^^H 


57 Thomas, Frederick Joseph, raUwiiy 


guard 


4 Ueuan, John, lahGurer ^^H 


58 Rayment, William, stonemason 


G Scbocl ^^^H 


59 Thuriow, William, shocmnker 


8 Arnold, WiUiam, Labgurer ^^^H 


60 Buirell, Harry, lailor 




9 Bella, lAia, liawker ^^^H 


61 Ravenscrofl, George, surveyor 

63 — 

64 HinTiplU, Arthur, coachman 


ID Smith, WUUam, bawker ^^^^H 
llFiuda^,Iama. ' ^^H 


12 WtittBey.Mii. ^^^^H 


65 Cox, Samson, coal poilei 


ilSISsi;?" "^H 


66 Long, George, railway clerk 


67 Wright, Mrs. Frances A. 


AH-e i> Ne<c SK^I. ^^^M 


68 Wright, John L. 


IS Westward, Samuel, labourer ^^^H 


69 Swindells. Frank, railway clerk 


!^ tS^ '^' ^^H 


70 Stonelmdge, James W., taUor's 


IS WoUfl, Mis, ^^^H 


foreman 


20 Young, Edvud 0., groeer ^^^^^| 


71 Rice, Thomas, warehouseman 


SI ArbH, Stephen 0., llbouier ^^^M 
22 Fordiam, &«.ry H^oarpenler ^^^H 


73 Robinson, John, shoemaker 


74 Bradford, James, railway porter 

75 Stemp, Alexander, railway- ticket 


'"■^'l^^T'^'^ "■' '"""'■ °"*^H 


23Ry^Xchar1otlo ^^M 


M Ho™a, Philip, dealer ^^^ 


76 SoDy, George, railway guard 

77 Butcher, William, photographer's 


S5 Danids. Charles, hrewer*a di-Tnum ■ 
M Brown, Mn. MU7 Ann, hawker T 
17 Msnaaeld, Jalm, bulaher \\ 


assistant 




78 Cook, Miss Clara 


28 Halls, Benrj. labourer ■ 


79 Peny, Miss Emily, young hidies' 


30 Kelley. Alfred G., labourer -^^^^^ 


school 


32 Bell, JameB. Isbouier ^^^^H 


80 Selkirk, Mrs. Ann 




Bl Atkins, Mendham, joiner 


34 Cl«"«£.»',GS"R"^it,?™^' ^^H 


Si Lennoi, Robert, dentist 


36 Law, William, utne Duraer ' ^^^^^^M 
SB Ison, Mrs. Eliiabtth, nurae ^^^^ 


83 Pink, Edward, printer's reader 




H Ha^, Henry, grocer's assistant 


38 Pointon. Henrj, plaaterer 


!i Cowman, Henry Seggers, archi- 




tectural carver in wood and 


OCCUPATIOH" KOAD, 


W RMVd, Mi^. Susan 


Victoria Road. 


': Dear, Charles William, bookstall 


1 Watte, David, bUclumith | 


manager 


i Ruse, David, bricklayer 

3 Holfler, Alfred John, tin plate worker | 






BAY TERRACE. 






e Oolvill, I) , carpenla 1 


♦ Francis, Mrs. Susannah, nurse 


7 BlaokweU, Josh, Samael. labourer 

B Hardijig, frederiok, briDklayer 1 


I B^, Mrs. Charles 


ft Lane, Henry, gaol warder 


' Banw, Mis. Sophia A. 

i»Hatt,Phibj 

r Bowman. Rev. Edward, minister 


11 Dalby, Binuoi, gardener 

13 Chapman, Thomas, bnoklayer 

13 Brown, wUliam, labourer 


at Wesleyan Chapel, HiUs road 


^H 



r 



SPALDING'S STREET AND 



1 



I 



Occupation Read, Viclen'a Road 



IT ChApniHn, AITred. enrdeiier 
18 Wooi, Geonw, whllBsnutli 

French. William, miUor 

DrB>rer7,Mra. 

Broim, Wsller Thomas, labouTBi 

OHCHAHD STREET. 

I Beatie, William, traveller 

3iN<!Tfl!e, Miss Matilda 

3aButler, Mrs. Eliza 

4 Hughes, John, tailor 

SiAyres, Mis. Annie, bedmaker's 

SoThompson, Alfred, hawker 
6iPalmer, Heniy, bootmaker 
6flButress, William, cricketer 
76Baxter, Fred, painter and glazier 

SaRidgewell, Frederick, tailor 
Mason, John, auctioneer's clerk 
9SBristow, Mr?. Susan, certificated 

9 Cutsoo, MLss Mary, dressmaker 
lOfiRntter, William, warehouseman 
lOoCoiilson, WiDiam, railway servant 
llSHanltin, Charles, labourer 
1 laConstable, Henry W., laboratory 

assistant 
laSStnbbin^ WlUiato H,, carpenter 

iznThurlboum, Mrs. Mary 
13 Hardy, R. T., pail ' 
Cranl5eld, Charles, 



^, oil shop assisti 

14 morean, j., cook 
Waffiei, W. B., carpenter 

15 Howard Ann, keeps a mangle 

16 Vincel, W. R., plasterer 

htn il Clarindon Btrnsl. 

17 & 18 Clark, John, baker & p^om 

19 Chapman, Jno., ^oemaker 

20 Barber, Wifliam J.| college servant 
ai Wilkinson, Mrs. Sarah 

32 Curtis, George, traveller 

33 Rose, Charlotte, dressmaker 

24 Baldry, Richard, college servant 

25 Humm, Henry, butler 

!6 Alter, Fradenek H., tailor 

27 L^gg^i James A., cabinetmaker 



3 Radford, Daniel Charles, college 

9 Miller, Mark, college servant 

Hart, Arthur R. 

1 Wisher, Mrs. Elizabeth, lodging- 

house keeper 

2 Mansiield, Miss Elizabeth, dress- 

3 Wright, Thomas, coach painter 

4 Pratt, George, coach wheeiwriglil 

5 Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann, col- 

lege servant 

6 Danids, William H., whitesmitli 

7 Pain, Mrs. Ann, college servant 

8 Hasler, William, carpenter 

9 Conlson. Uriah, bricklayer 

Wallis, Joshua, tailor 

1 Saundeis, Samuel, printer 

PABTTOH' STEEET. 

I Chettle, Edward 

3 Burrell, Mrs. EHzabetk 

3 SpeecUey, Miss Emma 

4 Emmer^on, Mrs. Mary A. 

5 Mallerson, Miss F., dressmaker 

6 Collission, Mrs. Jearmetta S. 

7 Lorane, Miss 

3 Barnard, Mrs. Ann 
9 Jones, Mrs. Sarah 

Elboume, H. G., architect 

1 Looker, Mrs. Hannah 
a Fisher, Francis 

3 Peck, Mrs. Ann 

4 Papworth, WilHaiTi, commcnffll 

traveller 

5 Drage, Clement Tames 

6 ClarkeFrederickLancelaj.bnisMS 

clerk and assistant librarian 

7 Ingram, Robert H., professor w 



7aCross, James, pubUcan, "PauWl 

Davis & Son's brewery yard 
8 WaUis, William H.^Ealian iM!in<i- 

forte maker and tuner 
Slace, coach painter 
Cambridge Scientjlic InstrafflWl 

Company's Works 



Fantm Street (coniiTmed). 
19 Cook, William, baker and gtocer 
ao Yorite, Frederick, tailor 
z : Barker, Francis, gardener 
1! Bowtell, Henry, carpenter 

Tony, Mrs. Annie, Norwich House 



BELVKDERF TERRACE. 

1 Collier, Edward 

2 Pye, William, optician 

3 Corwain, Williain 

4 AddisoD, Charles, accountant 

5 Fynn, Thomas C, college butler 

ELMS TERRACE. 

6 Dawson, George, Great Bentlcy 

Cottage 
5 Bailey, Mrs. Sarah, Ehn Cottage 
4 Grifbn, James, museum attendant 
3 Evin, Miss Maiy 
I Mommens, Heiuy 
I Skinner, Mrs. Ann 



j6 Clee, Charles C, 

PROVIDENCE TERRACE. 
1; Reynolds, Thomas, Ooor-keeper 

Fitzwilliam Museum 
s8 Headly, Mrs. Catherine 
J9 Clarke, Isaac, college servant 
]0 Fairwealher. Henry, traveller 
)l Cates, George (Providence House), 
duiyman, Panton Street Dairy 

31 Sett, Edmund 

33 Harkness, Mrs. Amelia A. 

jlsra u fttfiwtm haoi. 

3S Amps, Mrs. Lydia 

WAsplen, Rev. G. W., M.A.. 

Downing College, and 

chaplain of Cambridge 

Union 

Wadhore House. 
4f STmonds, Mrs. Sarah 



42 — Aonesley Cottage 

M Holmes, William, bootmaker 

45 Colljngwood, Joseph 

46 Plumb, James, waitei 

47 Neaves, James, carter and general 

48 Tweed, Mrs. Jane, publican, 

"Light Dragoon" 

49 Barber, Daniel 

50 Bninney, Philip, carpenter 

51 Allen, George, coachman 

52 Vai!, Alfred, whitesmith and bell- 

53 Collier, Walter Tregonwell, baker 

PAKADISE STREET. 

r Gentle, Samuel, coal merchant 

I Abbott, Frederick, boot closer 

3 Moriey, James, brewer's drayman 

4 King, Jonathan W., shoemdcer 

5 Berry, David, cabinet maker 

6 Bennett, Mrs. Esther, laundress 

7 nisley, William T., coal agent, 

clerk of the parish of S. 
Andrew-the-Less 

PAHADI8E PLACE. 



can,^^l 
bell- I 



8 Nickels, James, conraier 

traveller 

9 Morgan, Mrs. Jane 

Hope Clia.peL 

Abtb ii Adam mi Sna aim 

22 Ison, Mrs. Elizabeth 

23 Gould, James, fly driver 
84 Pettit, Charles F., coachm — 

Brown, William Dusgate,: 
Paradise Brewery 

33 Faiers, Miss Mary A. 

34 Fabb, Jno. Austin, printer, 

"Review" Works 
34flRichford,Mrs.Ehzabeth, custodian 
of the Paradise Street Schools 



i 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



Faradise Street (cotuiniitd). 
Fantdine Btreet Scliools. 

35 Handley, Mrs. Aim 

36 Ludman, Alfred, waiter 

37 Peters, George, cabinet maker 

38 Biggs, Josiah J., tailor and robe 

39 Mtalcen, Jno., cabinet maker 

40 Shailboll, William, labourer 

PAHE STHEET. 

inThompson, A. H., watchmaker 

1 WaJker, J., wood carver 

2 Plea5aQce,Mrs.M.,colIegeserTant 

3 Drew, F., biiliaid proprietor 

4 vraiiams, D., hotel foreman 

5 Sheldrick, J., jimior university 

marshal 

6 Miller, Mrs. S., lodging house 

k; Meadoweroft, F., college servant 
8 Hanscorabe, W. 
9 Freeman, Mrs. E., lodging house 

10 Pleasance, A. M., college servant 

1 1 Chapman, W., builder 

12 FromanI, A, S., college servant 

13 Brilton, W., college servant 
14. Reynolds, G., hoase decorator 

15 Wright, C. 

16 Wright, W., college servant 

17 Green, C. T., builder 

iS Mordecai, Mrs. E., lodging house 

LOWER PARK STREET. 
19 Mason, J., coal merchant 
zo Barker, Miss E., lodging hoase 

21 Hard, J., railway servant 

zz Case, D., printer and compositor 

2J Simper, J., bricklayer 

24 Chapraao, Mrs. A., college servant 

15 Buntea, Mrs. M. A., dressmaker 

16 Smith, J., photographer 

37 Aqjlia, J. J., college servant 

a8 Calver, C, head porter, Jesus 

College 
jg Hancock, C, college servant 
30 Everett, E., college servant 



31 Lawrence. S. A., college servant 

32 French, llrs. M., college servant 

33 Hall, H., college servant 

34 Ajres, G., jeweller 

35 Fmding. E., college servant 

36 Swan, R. W,, coUege gervant 

37 Stockbridge, car3>eDter 
33 White. R., maltster 

39 Elhs, R. 

40 Driver, A., college servant 

41 Bowers, Mrs. A. M., dressmaker 

42 Smith, W., gardener 

43 Leeland, Mrs, A., coUege servaal 

44 Thomas, F., billiard proprietor 
45&46 Martin, Arthur, grocer &pDl> 

lican, the"Plume orFeathcT?" 



S Pilgrim, Owen, billmrd m 



«King, 



Henry, raiiwmy nurd 
Un. Bebeccft, collie ler 



47 Bilhngs, Thomas, coDege Bervant 

48 Double, Mrs. Eroma, laund 

49 Fulchcr, Samuel, cabinet n 

50 BatTow, James, oilma 

51 Chapman, Mrs. Caroline, CDnege 



2 Pleasance, George A., carpenter 

3 Jackson, Mrs. Catherine, college 

servant 

4 Wood, Chas. Henry, riding master 

5 Roper, Arthur T., clerk 
S Starling, John, bootmaker 
7 Lavercombe, John, college se 
3 Flack, George, clerk of Hrfy 

Sepulchre, plumber and ^azin 
nutufc Uading lo Sam Tori. 
3 Sheldrick, John, house painter 

hire ii Rcnmi Church atrat. 
1 Banhain, John, tailor 
I Shearman, James, lodging 
house keeper 



Parket'i Street (continued). 
62 Davey, Geot^e, Park House, 

college servant 
62lThe University Park Billiard 

Rooms 



"Hoop Tap" 
64 The A. D. C. 

Stubbing;, W., custodian 

PARKEB'S PIECE. 

REGENT TERRACE. 
I Beale, Joseph, college servant 
3 Jobnson, Jno., tailor 

3 Fuller, Henry, agent 

4 Goodenough, Charles, artistic 

painter 

5 Lamb, Charles T., photo- 

grapher 

6 Sadd, Mrs. Maria, lodging 

house keeper 

7 Wallis, James 

8 Asher, Mrs. Mary 

9 Buttress, Fredericfe E., college 



ALMA TERRACE. 
' Read, Mrs. Elizabeth 
J Bernard, the Misses 
] Barham, Rev. John, B.A, 

PARK TERRACE. 
Potts, Robert, M.A, 
Browne, Moses, J. P., Camden 
House 
I Stnrton, Joseph 
1 — 
J Vintcr, Miss 

4 Pateman, Mrs. Catherine 

5 Turner, Charles 

6 Rufieley, Rev. John William 

Stephenson, M.A. 
1 Matthew, John 
B Ellison, John 



9 Metcalfe, William 
D Tompkins, Albert Jar 

1 Martin, Rev. J., M.A., Viea 

S. Andrew -the- Great, I 
rogate 

2 Fetch, Joseph D, 

3 Bowes, Robert 

4 WaUis, Henry William 
Dixon, Thomas, Park House 

hiri are Parker and Clarendon BIrttlt. 

PARK SIDE. 

1 Glasscock, Mrs. 

2 Gunning, Miss 
3aRe dfarn, WilliamBeaIes,a 

Inveruglas House 
ElUs, Aug. T. 

3 Matthew, Mrs. Margaret 
+ — 

5 Garrett, George Murcell, MnJ 

Doc, professor of musii 
S Goody, Mrs. F. 
Goody, George 
7 Goodliffe, Mrs. Chariotte 
S Hunt, J. F,, sherifPs officer 

here it Xelioum Place. 

5 Clayton, WiUiam 

3 Merry, J. E., butler, S. Johi 

College 
I Green, Miss H., ladies' schoc 

Offley House 
3 Griffiths, E. H., M.A. 
J Fulford, William 
1, Warren, Charles 
5 Webb, John 
5 Rowe, Richard Reynolds, '. 

7 Barker, G. 

i Smith, Charles Algn. 

3 Burrows, Robert Charles 

Smith, Elliott, J. P. 

Ekin, A. G., J.P,, Heathfield 

I Venn, Rev. John, M.A., fellow 

and lecturer of Caius 

College, Petersfield House 

ter^eld aai< Mill 



Parktr't Piei^ feontinuedj. 
MORTIMER ROAD. 



I 

[ 2 Boyer, Rev. Robert Buckley, 

V B.A., superintendent of 

^^^K Missions to Seamen 

^^^L 3 Black, Rev. Robert, M.A., 
^^^H district secretary to British 

^^^^f and Foreign Bible Society 

^^^H 4 Digby, James D., journalist, 
^^^1 proprietor of University 

^^^H and Sandringham Istelli- 

^^^H gence Service, secretary 

^^■^ Stmton Town Libl. Hall 

I Co., &c. &c. 

(Nos. 5 & 6 not built.) 

7 White, H. F., newsagent 
White, Mrs, Harriet 

8 Gladwyn, Ebenezer 
Yockney, Henry 

QUEEN ANN'S TERRACE. 

1 Bull, Samuel, B.A., University 
London and Cambridge, 
schoolmaster 

2 Carpenter, George R., robe 

4 Spilsbury, Rev. William, Wes- 
leyan Minister of Hobson 
Street Chapel, Cambridge 



[ Crole, Mrs. Emily H. 
12 Drake, Rev. Charles B., 
Vicar of All Saints 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



GONVILLE PLACE. 
(Parker's Piece.) 
Drosier,William Henry, M.D., 
senior fellow, Caius College 
Holmden, Samuel M. 



Barker, Miss EUen 

Bensly, Robert Lubbock, M.A, 
fellow and lecturer at Caius 
College, Hazledean House 

Gross, Edward J., M.A., bursar 
of Caius College, secretary 
of Oxford and Cambridge 
School Examination Board 

PAHKEB BTBEET. 

1 Lavarenne, Mrs. Pauline, leadier 

of French 

2 Turner, Alfred 

3 Hammond, James, accountanl 

4 Newman, Mrs. Frances, lodgijie- 



house keeper 

6 Young, Robert 

7 Mansfield, Theodore Joseph, taOo' 
7aHaiDraond, Mis. Eleanor Annit. 

lodging-house keepei 
S Wilson, Edmund, banker's cleA 
9 Barrett, George 
[O Vail, Miss Mary A., lodging-klira 
[I Benfield, Mrs. Emma, lodgiiig- 

house keeper 
\z Male, Josiah A., banker's cleA 
tj Rider, Thomas, porter 

ELY PLACE. 

14 Glover, John Hippisley Lowde'p 

15 Diag, Daniel, printer 

16 Biazier, Mrs. Anice, lodgiog-hoose 

PEAS Hm.. 

1 Collin, George, tailor & drape' 

2 Parker, T. J., bootmaker 
Jones, Isaac, manager 

3 Hutt, Henry, basket manuj 

faclurer, brush andgenef^ 

turnery warehouse , 

La Bore, Alfred, carpenter « 



joint 



DIRECTORY OFC 



Peas HiU (continued}. 
MARSHALL'S COURT. 

Hedge, James, watch and 
clock maker and. jeweller 

GiUett, Crabbe, chemist and 
druggist 

Christmas, Thomas Argent 
Sanders, ironmonger 

Jennings Brothers, cheese- 
mongers and provision 

Stanley, Mrs. M. A., poulterer 
and dealer in game 



anior Conservative Clab. 
Hills, Edwin J., custodian, 

carpenter and joiner 
Tofts, W. & Son, upholsterers 
Tofts, Elliott 
Clayton, Mrs. M., fishmonger 



FEUBERTON' BOAD, 

Brookside. 

Pijunb, Charles, cabinet maker 
and upholsterer 

Vinter, Arthur, M.A. 
. Smailes, Frederick William, 

B.A., assistant master at 

the Leys School 
I Johnson, John E. 

{ickson, Mrs. Mary A. 
'ulford. Rev. Henry W., B.A., 

Fellow of Clare College 
Hills, WiUiam, waiter. Brook 

Cottage 
Hermitage, Surrey William, 
waiter 



PEltEBBOEEl STKBET. 

I & 2 Hall, William Crabb 

3 Gray, Mrs., dressmaker i 

4 Richardson, Miss M. 

5 Walker, Miss 

Walker, Rev. Bryan, LL.D,, 

rector of Landbeach 
Saunders, Henry, livery stables 

6 & 7 Smith & Leonard Gate 

Haslop), saddlers and har- 
ness makers 

8 Parker,H.,siationerandbook. | 

9 Leonard, Frederick, saddler, 

10 Chapman, John, publican, the I 

'^Bell" 

11 Presland, Miss A. & M., shoe ] 

12 Wing, Mrs., glove and feather 1 

cleaner 

13 Chalk, H. P. & T., ; 

etc., and at Linton 
Pembroke College Master's 

PERSE ALMSHOUSES. 
Reeves, Miss Elizabeth 
Barker, Miss S. 
Winton, Miss M, 
Neeve, Mrs. Ann 
Phillips, Miss Ann 
Mott, Miss M. 

FETUBSFIEIiD. 

1 Campbell, Rev. John Pepper, 

minister Zion Chapel I 

2 Barker, Charles, mineial water i 

manufacturer 

3 Aufiost, Robert 

4 Barker, Thomas, min< 

manufacturer 

5 Hazlewood, Joseph, 

6 Baker, William 

7 Barson, George, stonem 
Barson, Miss, dressmaker 

B Gowets, Greorge J. 
9 Diver, Mrs. Hiia, lanndress 
10 Skinner, Mis. Ann E. 




I 



PETTY CtTBY. 
Clarke, George, butcher 
Morley, George Thomas, wine 
and spirit merchant 

2 Palmer, John Slyche, hatter 

and hosier 

3 Morris, Adeline, fancy reposi- 

4 Greenwood, Dennis, dispens- 
ing and family chemist 

Iiion Hotel, Moyes, Andrew 
H., maltster, brewer, and 
wine merchant 
7 Williams and Son, grocers and 
lea dealers 

FALCON YARD. 



Recniitiiig Station 

6 Crookes, Charles, cutler 

7 Tuner, itn. 

» Hut, jQHpli. hookbiodcr 
■ Bimton, Jouph, ct^— 



11 EinH, OlinrleB, bL. , 

Oook, Wlltllun Henry, labcutet 

;; Bmith, itn. C. 
JJ Krtohen, 



11 



Deekt, Urt. 
■0 LangTon, Samuel 






34 MorloT, Mrs, 

23 R»!TiH, MiM 

22 Rowell, ■William 

RuveU, John 

as Moule. Pliilip 
27 Sajerfl, Uory 
33 Rudder, Miltt, laboarer 

Qnj, Miss 

FeNy Cury fcoHtiiattdJ. 

8 Constable, John F. and Son, 

hatters and clothiers 

9 Constable, James F,, the 




IS 

i6 Great Eastern Parcels Office, 
Banham, William Francis, 
clerk in charge 

17 Winship, Joseph, agent for 

"Singer" Sewing Machines 

18 Robinson, John, the'Wrestlers' 

Inn, livery & bait stables 
Jackson & Son, School of Anns 

22 Yeomans, John, manufacturing 

chemist, dentist, &c.. Soda 
Water Works, Hobson St 

23 Murfiit, George Boon, "Coach 

and Horses " dining rooms 

24 Hamilton, William, boot and 

shoe manufacturer 

25 Gamlen and Co., merchant 

26 Nixon, William, confectioner 

27 Pryor, James Valentine, fisb 

merchant & dealer in game 

28 Johnson, Harry, stationer, ftc 
Moyes, Andrew H. 

29 Roe,OweD,deaIerinantiquities 

30 Carter, James, surgeon 

31 Basham, William I. and Son, 

wooiien drapers, &c. 
3irtBasham, William M. 

32 & 33 Vawser, William K., hal- 

ter, hosier, glover, shift- 
maker, ladies' out fitting and 
baby-linen warehouse 

34 Cain, J., wine and spirit mer- 

chant, publican, "Siaraoo 
Garter " 

35 Morris, Adeline, fancy reposi- 

36 Hunt, Charles, publican, 

"White Swan" 

37 Rhodes, Henry, boot andshoe 

manufacturer 



DISECIORY OF CAHBRIDGE. 



Petlpi Cury (sontinued). 

38 Coit Henry, publican, &c., 

''AU England Stores" 

40 Harris, Thomas William, to- 

bacconist & cigar importer 

41 Chater and Osbom, woollen 

drapers, hatters, &c 

POKTUQAIi PLACE. 

I Marshall's wine and spirit stores 
z Broom, Edwnrd, hoolmaker 

3 Blagg, George, college servant 

4 Hardy, Miss Maria 

5 Rmnbold, William, bookseller's 

assistant 

6 Legge, Mrs. Caroline 

7 Tophimi, Mn. EUza, bgdmAker 
t Leader, U». 

9 Jones, Mrs. Ann 

10 Corey, Mrs. Edith 

11 Francis, WiUiom, grocer 

12 Stabbing!, Jane, bedmaker 

13 Woods, Henry J. M., mineral 

water manufacturer 
l4aRogers, Mrs. Ann , the "May 

Pole" 
iSaPabrain, Wilham G. 

luTi it iOKw Park BIrstt. 

14 Newell, John, college servant 

15 Mmnford, Harrie, college servant 
|6 Levesedge, Mrs. Elizabeth 

17 Throssell, Jabez, tailor 

la Harvey, John, whitesmith 

19 Gathfle, Towns 

SO Charles, Henry, college servant 

POST OrPICE TERRACE. 

Post Office. 

Turner, J. H., postmaster 

Telegraph Office. 

' BlissJ.E.,photographicstudio 

laVail, John, whitesmith, bell 

hanger, &c. 
! Whitehead, Henry J., solicitor, 
borough treasurer 

3 Boning, Mrs. E., register office 

4 EUis, William, plumber and 
. glaiier 

'^tvS.Tiiii Roa and Alexandra SIriet. 

5 Cox & Ogle, bookbinders 



Cambridge Permanent Benefit 

Building Society Office. 

Charity Organization Society 

Office. 

Penny Savings' Bank. 

POUlfD HILL. 

I Kirby, Barali 

MASON'S GARDENS. 
1 Taylor, Jant 



3 OriSea, Qeorge, pais: 
* Pilgrim, ElisBbetb 

Catholic ApoBtoUo Church. 



l&bourer 
11 Beynollg, Elimbelh 

UAflOITB OOUBT, 
2 RuidBll, Qecrge, chait m 
4 RombelDW. Famn, Ijtlxnj 
Albertaabourai 



PBINCBS STREET, 
Hew Town. 

Nawman, Frcderioli. csiiway guard 



T Crick, Jno., carpfntor 

8 BdwordB, Harry A., tsilwB 

A 11 EdwBrfBpVm. H.pba. 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



PHIOBY STBEBT, 
Huntingdon Boad. 
Hall, Joseph, bricklayer 

Wildcrspin, Thomas, brieklayei 
Peters, Herbert, county court clerk 
Sheldrick, Josh. Albert, P.O. clerk 
Turner, George S., upholsterer 
Medlock, John, carpeuter 
PB08PECT BOW. 
1 Metcalfe, Fredk. W., printer, &c. 
1 Blinkhorn, Rev. Raynor R., Bap- 
tist minister of Union Chapel, 
Oreit Chesterford 
Betson, George, tailor 
Mortlock, Charles, college servonl, 
Prospect Cottage 
L 3 Webster, lita. Rachel 
r4 Lever, George, house decotator 
~ 'ordan, James, bootmaker 

uck, Geo., bead cook, Emmanuel 

here ■> Wis Siiai. 
I f fta OBtioim, loo., publican, the "Free 

J, JOBepb, grocer^ B porter 



Lfid T., paintfir and glBxioI 

19 QLbboDS, Misa Sa'iah, i^ieesDuiker 

20 Bmltta, Qedrfe, darpentBr uid joinoi 
ai RsTiuildi, Rit^ard, hainesa maker 
S3 Brooks, Jolin 0., Bfocefs porter 

as Brooks, UuB Mary Ann 

25 Suidersou, Junea, ooroposItoT 

26 WoodroS, Daild, grocer 

97 Ryder, Jno, F,, iiarpenter and joiner 

39 Maltby, Mrs. Va^" ^ 



3, laUor 



Davis, James, college servant 
Martin, Mary Ann 
Bird, Joseph, gardener 
Irwin, Robert, coachman 

QirBSN STBKBT, 
New Town. 

t Clianter, Mm. Hannah W„ lanndnu 

3 Spioer, WiUism P., bnsmr'Binan 

S Lock»ood, Genrge, painter and gluur 

4 Brown, reter, mrpmter andjnnsr 

e FarnngtonAirs. Fannj 
7 HcadlandTw., laboore, 



!l Uuek, Qeo^, 
JoatBT, Mrs. TljirsL , 
Breritt, II. J., engint 

, UiflBMary 



QUKEirs I.AIO!. 

Eagle, George, brewer 
Littlechild, Waller P., college 



12 Bbaw, Ure EliEsbelh 
19 Spioer, Mr«. 8arah J., d.. 

14 Feeter, Frederick 0„ plan 

15 aonthwell, Alfred, bo' ' 
Iti rorry, Jno,, police cauobuuiu 
17 Frohoolt, Miss BmUy 

Ifl Fabon, Robert, port^ 

19 Btokefi, MifB Hannab, taundrees 

M Mallb J, -William, labourer 

il WintwoHh, TbomBB J., plastem 

BAM TABD, 

Bridge Street. 

1 Pniborsky, J. A., hairdresser 

2 Purkis, Henry, com merchant 
aaWilson, Susan, seamstress 

3 Harvey, J., whitesmith 

4 Newman, Frederick, general dealf 

5 Brook, William, organ buHdei 

6 Scruby, Thomas, gardener 

7 Clark, Frederick G., cab diirer 

8 Ztheridge, Thomas R., cook 

g Doyle, Edmund, painter'* laboui^ 

10 Benfidd, George, college servant 

here « Park Strtuit. 
Chapman, Joseph, groom 
Wallis, Page, veterinary surgery 
12 Brown, Eleanor, bUliid rOOfMi 
the " Shepherd " 

11 Fletcher, Alfred, coDiinissiona£a't 
Folcher, S., cabinet aiaker's^op' 

&c. 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE, 



Ram yard. Bridge Street (continued). 

13 Wilson, Ann E., college servanl 

14 Monel, Gabtiel, tailor and robe 

15 Beny, Auguatos George, "Ram 
iG Chapman, Charles, laboiuer 

REGENT STREET. 

1 Sutton, Miss, boa.rding and 

day school for young ladies, 
Llandaff House 

2 & 3 Johnson, WiUiam H. F., 

M.A., boarding and day 
school for boys, Llandaff 

4 Bond, John H., M.D. 

) & 6 Turner, Henry, builder 
and undertaker, conserva- 
tory office, and shop fitter 

7 Atkin, Daniel, tailor and robe 

8 Flack. Charles Walter, or- 

ganist, music and piano- 
forte seller 
Bridges, William, bookseller 
and stationer 

9 Wiles, J., marble and stone 

Do'TCTung Collage. 
Knights, Henry, head porter, 
Downing College 

10 Scruby, Charles 

11 Cope, Mrs. Emma Maynard, 

lodging house keeper 
II & 13 Howes, Jao., agent for 

the Coventry Machinists 

Co. 
14 Nutter, Miss C, stationer 
I) k id Curion, Frederick, tailor 

and robe maker 
'7 k 18, Wehrle, Paul, watch and 

clock maker 
19 Chapman, Miss 
Goodchild, Mrs. 
lo WiUimott, Mrs. Elizabeth 
-I logle, R. N., M.D., surgeon 



51 

US.. c!i.s. hot ' 

•larl 

] 



22 Gardner, Mrs. 

23 Jarman, John J; 

24 McCormack, Jos., gas, hot 

water, and general engineer 
and publican, " Guy, Earl 
of Warwick" 

25 Smith & Co., bakers and cc 

fecli oners 
Smith, William 

26 Knightley, Miss Rebecca 

27 Bewley, Geoi^e Edward 

28 Freeman, Miss C. 

29 Crouch, Rufus, accountant 
Logan, Rev. Henry F. 

D.C.L. 

30 Adcock, F. Poland, LL.M., 

commissioner for adminis- 
tering oaths 

31 Edwards, William Gordon 

32 Farey, the Misses R. and G., 

drapers 

33 Camp, Misses E. A. and M., 

Berlin wool and fancy re- 
pository 

34 Comwell, Sisters, fishmongers 
Corn well, William 

35 Grundy, Paul Edward, hatter 

and hosier 
36aShippey, Mrs. I 

Daniels, Miss ■ 

36 Rowton, William Paul J. 

37 Tavemer Sl Co., Berlin wool 

and fancy repository 
37nOriental tea dep6t 

Rutter, Thomas Marsh 
37i5Young & Nicoll, the Misses, 

dressmakers and outfitters 

38 Rickard, Samuel, butcher 

39 Tyler, English, confectioner 

40 Wilson, James Simpson, 

tobacconist 

HYDE PARK CORNER. 1 

41 Cash, Mrs. Frances, publics 

the "Carlton" 

42 Wehrle, A. & Sons, watiS 

makers and j( " 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 




y 



43 Marshall, Mrs. Frances, publican, 

the " Oak " 

44 Fowell, Mis. Ann, china, glass, 

and umbiclla repairer 

45 Powell, Mrs. Ann, antique china 

and famituie shop 
Wright, W., wheelwright 

46 Dowling, John, carpenter 

47 Gamer, Charles, mason 

48 Bowtell, Samuel, lailar 

49 Allen, Thomas, tailor 

50 Gathercole, William, joiner 

hare are Lentfitid and Millt Rnadt, and 
SimviUc Flacn. 

S. ANDREW'S TERRACE. 
I Turner, Henry R. 
i Evans, Esther, lodging house 

3 Missen, Robert, clerk 

51 Turner, Henry R. 

52 Tuck, Mi5s,ladic5'hair dresser 

53 Jarrold, William H., slate 

merchant 
Jarrold, Charles Frederick 

54 Hopkins, Rev. Favill J., M.A. 

55 Hayward, Daniel, Cricket and 

Marquee Stores, " Prince 
Regent " 

56 Smart, Miss EUzabeth Jane, 

Ladies' Boarding and Day 
School 

57 Clarke, John 

58 Sell, William, clerk at Uni- 

versity Press 

59 Mitcbel, Benjamin H. 

60 Foster, Joseph 

6t Watts and Son, coal, slate, 
and timber merchants 
Watts, Joseph Symonds 
Stevens, William 



64 Leonard, Jeremiah G. 
6; Mason, Mary A. 

66 Olliver, Miss Emily Lucy 

67 Wilderspin, Frederick, head 

porter, Corpus College 

68 Holden, Mrs. Susan Eliiabeth 
6g Wright, Joseph 

70 Rutter, Thomas, commission 

agent and secretary to the 
Honble. Friendly Society 

71 Pryor, Frederick C. 

72 Fitch, George Wm., solidiot, 

clerk of the Peace for ibe 
Borough 

74 Gwatkin, Rev. Thomas, M.A 

75 Horaer, Miss A. M., miUiner 

76 Morgan, Miss Annie, glmv 

and feather cleaner 

77 Linwood, Miss Betsy, lodging 

house keeper 
Blackburn, Louis, print sella 
Baker, James, Regent House, 

lodging house keeper 
UniTeraity Arms Hotel 
Hewitt, the Misses 
Evans, Henry, ostler 

CAMDEN PLACE. 

5 Lankesier, Miss Emma, 
Clare House, Prepara- 
tory School for Young 
Gentlemen 

4 Moxon, James H. H., 
LL.D., barrister-at-law 

3 Roper, Wm. Robert, sur- 
geon, M.A., L.R.C.P,E., 



BTTKR SIDE. 

1 BdU. Obnjlee, boot doser 
1 Balor 7111111111, brickniBkeT 

3 Hitctiiiu, Tbom&g, engioo dri™ 

4 Iiurim, Q«>t!gflr trAin-car oondua 
fi HmjLoe. Buuuel, brirlnnaker 

G James, Esau, umbrella mmds 
Denson, Jno. R., brickworks 




" Cambridga Exprese " Office 

Metcalfe & Son, proprietors 

Metcalfe & Son, printing office 

1 Hoppett, E. F. & Son, print- 

sellers, gilders and frame 

2 ShaJIow. Thomas S., tobac- 

3 Dewberry, James, bootmaker 

3 Foster, Joseph, chartered ac- 

countant and auditor 

4 Barrel!, James, tailor, etc. 

5 Alderton, Robert, hairdresser 

6 Waters, William H., wine and 

spirit merchant, etc., agent 
for the Gresham Life, Mid- 
land Counties' Fire, and 
Railway Passengers' Acci- 
dental Insurance Offices 

7 Waters, William H.(lateW.H. 

Smith), newsagent and 
stationer 

8 Wiltshire, Mrs., fancy reposi- 

Chnpeh of England Tompor- 
Baoe Society'e Depot. 

Hall, G. S., solicitor (on 
Saturdays) 



II Campkin, Algernons., chemist 
I! Reei Thomas & Son, gold- 
smiths, jewellers, silver- 
smiths, watch and clock 
makers, and Market hill 
14 Watts, Thomas 
■S Morris, Adam, engraver 
16 Marsh, Edward Ephraim, tea 

and coffee warehouse 
'7 Arnold, Frank Audley, dairy- 
's Butman, William, tailor and 

robe maker 
'9 C. U. R. V. Orderly Room 



20 Moore, Mrs., 

keeper 

21 Hitzman Henry, watch and 

dock maker 

22 & 23 Haggis, Edward, manciple 

KOtnro CHURCH STREET. 



3 North, Heniy, college servant 

4 Hatlalt, Josepli, coUege servant 

5 Benton, John H., tailor and ' 

6 Scales, Albert E., painter 

house decorator 



,, tailor and robe ^^^J 
E., painter an^^^^H 

8TB111IT, ^^^^H 

ienei |^^l 

Emma, colleg^^^^H 

, gardener ^^^ 

bcdmaker I 



J Kendall, George, gardi 
} "Ward, Herbert, bedmaker 

5 Ibompson, Edward, dairymi 

6 Gibhs, "William J., wood carv« 

7 Brennan, James, wood carver 

8 Cooper, Jonathan, engine driver 

9 Wilson, Frederick, gardener 
D Reeves, John, coppersmith 

1 White, Mrs. MartM, nurse 
loPugli, Mrs. Sarah 

2 BuUis, Thomas J., plasterer 

3 Webb, James, smith 

4 Day, William, railway porter 

5 Bass, Elijah, police sergeant 

6 Freer, Thomas, railway clerk 

7 Doggett, James, labourer 



i BottiMB, John, labouror 
B Pur, Jamea E,, rsilwayMrva 
a Ward, WlUiBUi, labanin 
7 SnightloJ, Alexander, laboun 
8 Wisbey, Thomas, labourer 
ij Hagger, Waiiam 
Yailey, Williain, carter 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



RusttU Sfreet fcontinuedj. 
zi Hording, George, coUege servant 
32 Adams, Mrs. Maiy A. 
S3 Purkis, Felii, plate layer 
34 Blatch, Mrs. Henrietta, laondress 
2$ Taylor, Mrs, Mary Ann 



itj], pta«terer 



4 WbilUng, Hepiy, pijntsr 
S6 RipIey.Mrs.MaryAnn.cowUeeper 
a? Chalk, Mrs. Eliza, seamstress 
aS Ward, Jacob, bootmaker 
ag Plumb, Charles, jiainter 

30 Bum, Brj^n, engine fitter 

31 Wright, Chaiies, police constable 
31,33,34 Apthorpe, William Henry, 

35 Clayton, William, wood carver 

36 Bowers, John, gardener 

37 Harvey, Witliara, joiner 
37aBradford, William, "Rose and 

37 S Barker, Charles, gardener ani 

secretaiy to 
Working Men's InBtitute. 

38 Denny, Jacob, cab driver 

39 MaiEhall, Tames, railway porter 

40 French, Alias Alice E., milliner 

41 Hillier, George, railway inspector 



6 Motley, WlUlun, irhedwiight 
41 Powell, William, stonemason 

43 Eyden, Henry, engine driver 

44 HjUs, Henry, hairdresser 

45 Pandiaud, Charles F., composil< 

1 46 Flack, Edwin C, house decorator 
hen ii FaHion Btrtit. 

56 Edwards, Samuel, gardener 

57 Cranfield. Samuel, gardener 

58 Carroll, George, brewer 

59 Bentley, William, gardener 



60 Bright. Adolphus H., P. O. dob 

61 Bailey, James, solicitor's deik 

62 Fuller, Mrs. Maiy, diessmaJter 

63 Reynolds, Thomas, bookbmdet 

64 Sell, Miss Sarah A., launrfreas 
6s Kimmons. William, fly driver 

66 Scott, William, gardener 

67 Day, George, railway guard 

68 Brown, Isaac, engine driver 

69 Jarvis, James, bricklayer 

70 Johnson, Frederick, tailor 

71 Middlelon, George, solidtor'sckrit 

72 Custance, William, carta 

73 Dennis, Robert, waiter 

74 Harvey, George Charles, carpeini 

75 Langiord. Alfred, butcher's deA 

76 Palmer, David, bricklayer 

77 King, Daniel W., whitesmith 

78 Dunn, Kirs. Arm, laondress 

79 Thompson, James, gardener 
So Talbot, Mis. Amelia 

I Chandler, John J., wood tUIDK 

National BcbooL 
i Roe, John, B.A., teacher 

3 Beamiss, Miss Rebecca pop 

teacher 

4 Briggs, John, batcher 

5 Mimrd, Mrs. Ajin, the " WM- 

mill" 
:6 Rijiley, Mrs. Henrietta, Innodr® 
'q FUtton, Joseph, signalman 
IS WooUord, Mrs. Mary, laundress 
!9 Ross, Mrs. Ann, chandler 
\a Bridges, Edwin John, miller awl 

)i Hoye, Archer S„ painter tsA 

}2 Buttress, Thomas (Old Goiw^ 

Brewery}, builder 
)3 Beger, Alfred, barber 
34 Bridge, Elias, locomotive Snisan 
95 Shipp, John W., grocer 

SDaSELL COITHT. 



S WMhlell. Hentj, carpeaWr 
G FovtfiT, Hanry, IkbounT 
T Cut«tr, Mrs. Aim 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Mt3. Sarah 
, waiiani I., boot and 

Joseph, porter 
Oliver, stoDemasoQ 
on, George, bntler 
11, Joseph, gardener 
ds. Tames, plumber 
ough, Thomas, foreman 
ig, William, shoemaker 
5, John, tnastet baker 
lUHEWS HILI.. 

rchants 

and Longj land ant! 
ite agents, surveyors 

t and Son, dealers in 

then ware 

mt, Herbert D., college 

I'ant 

.in, Mrs. Elizabeth, lodg- 

house keeper 

and Son, tailors and 
le makers 

JohnW. 

KXOtlANGE COURT. 



n, the Misses, school for 

le boys and girb 

j, George, veterinary 

jeon 

1, Mrs. A. F. 

rth & French, solicitors 

Mrs. E., mantle m^er 

hall, Henry J., hop 
xhant 

, Mrs. E,, general shop 



CAMBBIDOB ABOASS. 

I, a, 3 & 4 Matriott, J, G., confec- 



5 Singer Sewing Machine Depot 
7 Clarke Si Co., potk butchers 

8, 9, 10, II & 12 Mountain Si Co., 

Rshmongeis 
13 Chirke & Co., American Meat 

14, i; & 16 Warren & Sons, grocers 

and provision merchants 
1; & t8 Vegetarian Society's Dep6t 
15 Sl 20 La»ienee & Son, florists 

S. ANDREWS STREET. 

I Coote and Warren, coal and 
coke merchants, Staveley 
and LundhiU Coal Office 
Warren, Frederic 

Bunting, William S., wail« 

8. Andrew the Great Clmrcli. 
3 Bennett, Edward, tailor, robe 
and habit maker 
Kemp, Mrs., lodging house 

Arre ii Tiul Ofitt Terract. 

Post Office. 
Turner, James H., foslmiisUr 
; Favell, Ellis & Sons, plumbers, 
glaziers, plain and decora- 
tive painters, paper hang- 
Ellis, Robert 

6 InlEind Rerenue Office 
Dennis, Edwin 

7 Bliss, J. E., photographer and 

fancy stationer 
Uvett, J. J. W., auctioneer, 

surveyor, and estate agent, 

(first floor) 
Whitehead, John Edleston 

Ledsam, M.A,, solicitor, 

(second floor) 



i 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



S. Andrew's Street (contintud). 

' B Ellis, Clement Henry, publican, 
• 9 Barnard, the Misses, boot- 



i Homf hr^, Arthur, Uboniei 



tTniversity Borth Booms 

26 Thurston, Wm., baker and 

confectioner 

27 Cannoclc Chase Colliery Co, 

Cunoington, Robert R.W, 

Morgan, H any, bath proprieia 

8. ANDREWS CODBT. 



B PsTne, Williaiii, libourer 

70 Oliver, S. and L., tobacconists 

and artists in hair 
tl Harper, Joshua, stay & corset 
I maker,&c., sewing machine 

■ agent 

tia-I? Sayle, Robert J. P., whole- 

" sale and retail draper, and 

general warehouseman 

iSJwShQmjrchj Henry James, 

^''■o^iarmBceutica] chemist, &c 1 

and Mill Road 

20 Dixon, Thos., bookseller, sta- 

tioner, & artists' colourman 
I Bowen, Miss C, Islip House, 
\ ladies' and Kindergarten 

school 
Farren, R., studio 
Farren, Miss M., porcelain 
painter 

21 Baker, James, grocer and hop 

merchant 

22 Christmas, John Sanders, 

solicitor 

23 Palmer and Bonnett, solicitors 
Pahner, C. W., county coroner, 

clerk to Camb. Division of 
Magistrates and Camb. 
Impro. Commissioners 
Oocaaioual Court House for 
Petty Sessional DivisioD 
B.34 Riclcard, Miss Susan, milliner 
J. Ayres, Robert, painter 
I »S Flack, Charles Walter, piano- 
forte and music warehouse 
Flack, Mrs. M. A,, plumber, 
painter and glazier 




1 OgTun, Jams, gHrderur 
g Pntt, Prcdcnok, tHKbDiker 
e Diwkiiui, Uiu Eliia, tniutttg n 

10 dray, James, ostlu 

11 Measujea, Henry, bnvfx'SIDa 

28 Coleman, Courtney, tobacc* 

29 Holdsworth, Thomas H,, tailor 

and robe maker 

30 Bird Bolt Temperance Hotel 

posting house, biliiaid 
rooms, livery stables, &c. 
Wins hip, Joseph 

hire is DoKtUng Stmt. 

3ciaAustin, William, coal and coke 
merchant 

31 Barton, William, fishmonger 

and dealer in game 

32 Daintiy, William J., saddler 

and harness maker | 

33 & 34 Grain, Mrs. S., milliner | 

35 Rickard, James, carpenter and 1 

builder I 

36 Wallis,GeorgeAdams, butcher ° 

37 Tyler, English, confectionei \ 

and baker 
Hills, Henry, veterinary sur- | 

geon 
Vinsen, H., junior, carriage , 

builder I 

38 Oastle Family &; Commercial ^' 

Hotel, Clarke, William 

39 Benton, William Richard, post- ' 

man and bootmaker 

40 Marshal], John, boatmaker 



ootmaker 




, boot 






S. AnJrmt's Street (continued}. 

Baptist CbapeL 

Spinning House. 

Johnston, Agnes, matron 

PolicB Station. 
Turrell, Wm. Gamham, chief 
superintendent 

43 Purser, Henry, brewer, the 

" Fountain " 

44 Odams, Charles, trunk and 

packing case maker, regis- 
ter office for servants 

45 Burton, Arthur K., bookseller 

and stationer 

UnlverBitr Stores. 
Smith, W. M. & 

Swan, Alfred C, 
and accountant 

Mitchell, Benjamin H. 
and coke merchant 

Parker, Fred., estate agent 

Levett, W., tailor and robe 
maker 

Aimstead, Dr., medical officer 
of health 
JJ & ^3 Jackson and Eusden, 
jewellers, watch and clock 
makers, cutlers, etc. 

Lyon, Algernon J., solicitor 

3. Andrew's Hall. 

Univeisity BicTcIe Clnb BoomB. 

Liddiard, H., attendant 
is Fetch and Jarrold, solicitors 

Feich_, J. D,, clerk to Cam- 
bridge Board of Guardians 

Jarrold, Charles Frederick, 
deputy coroner for Borough 
of Cambridge 
SS Tarn, T. Graham, minister of 
Baptist Chapel 
Einunajiuel College. 



Lucas, Thomas, surgeon 1 

Borough PoUce 
Turner, Charles, solid' 

to the Justices of the Bot 

tisham Div 
Hill, Thomas Hyde, surgeon ' 

to H.M. Prison 
Ranee and Son, solicitors 
Ranee, Henry, j.P. 
Boquel, Lucien, teacher of 

Ginn,SamuelReuben,solicitor, 
commissioner for oaths 

Fletcher, David, baker, etc. 

Gray, Henry S., painter, plum- 
ber, glaiier, and house 
decorator 

Seymour, W. 5: Sons, builders 



Seymour, Thomas 



4 WiclH. Hanrj, bool 

5 Stubrldge. Thoma 



LonK, Urn. Bluabeth, In 

68 Lee, Henry, boot and shoe 

69 Moden, Henry, brewer and 



I 



B Amps. ThomaB, Uhoum 
9 Prime, JosepU, labourer 

11 Nevling, Jamfa, labaurer 

12 Rickett, EdwarJ. bootxask 

13 AlIeD>br,MrB.ElJ2i 

3 Thompson, Alfred, grocer and 
Christ's CoUega. 



1 Cluke, Uit. EUb 

) Fonmiji, Alfred, Job 

' ~ lor, WilliBm, polioe coiuMtla 



r ALMBHODSES. 
Srnith, MissEIiiibeth 




B. BOTOLPH LATTB. 
I Spencer, Mrs. F., publican, "Rut- 
land Arms" 
1 HaUis, William P., compositor 

3 Anioll, Robert, collector 

4 Brown, Mrs. E., lodging honse 
keeper 

5 Chapman, Mn. R., lodging house 

6 Haslop, Thomas, lodging house 

7 Watson, Joseph, 
S Throssell, J., tailor 

Willoughby, Edward B., oDilege 

3 Stanbridge, Thomas, sexton S. 
Botolph 

Smith, Mrs. J., lodging house 

1 Mudd, Francis James, shoeing smith 
I Chapman, J., publican, the"BeU" 
J Simons, Alfred Moore, coll. servant 
f Pashler, Mrs. M. A., lodging 

house keeper 
5 Scott, Wm., head cook Queen's 

5 Wallis, David, tailor 

7 Hill, Alec, M.A., Botolph House 

8. SDWARD'S FASSAQE. 

8. Edward's Church. 
[ Collin, G. 

I Nunn, Robert fi., cheese- 
monger's assistant & sexton 
S. Edward 




3 Bryant, John Einmanuel,cutler 

& sexton S. Mar>- the Greit 

4 Ellis, William G., painter and 

glazier 
Chaplin, Wm., reader at Pitt 
Press 

5 Cower, Fredk. Charles, printer 

and lithographer 

6 Ling, James Robert 

7 Ling & Sons, pianoforte wate- 

8 Page, Miss Louisa, dressmaker 

9 Littiechild, Samuel, publicai^ 

the "Red House" 
Church of England Toong 

Men's Society, 
lo&ir Edwards, Thos,, custodian 
12SCI3 Hills & Saunders" store 

houses and mounting rooms 

14 Hawes, Benjamin, bookbinder 

15 Saunders, Miss, giris' school 

16 Edwards, Alfred, billiard 

17 Smith, Edward, grocer's fore- 



8. ELEOinS BTBEET. 
Now Town. 



COEONATION PUCK. 
1 BurL^ell, John, liLbourcr 
S EdwudB, aomuel, guiiern 






m B.. briddijo 



6 Bickett, C)urle>, rajlwiy g<KHi< 



j-uaBi.1, Ch— '— — 

7 Oalea, Henry coach njiitli 

8 Buker, Obaiish, gsrdenar 

9 Farkei, George, gazawrt 
Smith, Alfred, Heme Lodge 
Hayward, Simeon, cook 
Shrubbs, Edward, porter 



i 




S. JOHITB STRSET. 
All Saints' Old Churchyard 
and Hemorlal Crosa. 
S. Jolin'B College. 
Selwyn Divinity Bchools, 
Hammond, Thos., 
LI Marshall.J.FrederickandCo., 
wine and spirit merchants, 
&c., the "Merry Boys" 
[2 Vinter and Sons, tailors and 

robe makers 
13 Daniels, W. H., tailor and 

robe maker 
t4 Keocher, C. and A., milliners 

15 Buttress, Reuben, hosier, 

glover, and shirt maker 

16 Coleman and 

warehouse 
Taylor, Mrs. M. A., lodging 
bouse keeper 
|3 Cox, Arthur, bookseller and 
bookbinder- 

S. MART'S FASB. 
1 Briggs, Charles, tobacconist 



3 I,eacb and Simpson, dealers in 
antiquities 
Sohool of Cookery (first Hoor) 
Cliureli of lingland Tem- 
perance Society, TJniver- 
aity Branch (second floor) 

i Nasb, tailor & robe maker, and 
at 31, Saville Row, London 

S Tooly, Miss Eliza Ann, ladies' 
and children's boot and 
shoe warehouse 

S. BIATTHEW'S STREET. 
S. Matthew's Cburcti. 



Norman, Fred 

3 Taylor, George, plumber & glazier 
Favell, Ellis & Sons' workshops 

4 Marshall, Edward N., brewer and 

SQblican, "Carrier's Arms" 
les, E., livery stable keeper 

5 Nonnaa, Mrs. M. A. 

VIOAB' 

1 Oraj, HarriHt. uph 

2 HolIlday^MBiT 

4 rreeman, CbailoltL 

A TtmrgDOd, AlHtil^o, drew^makt 
B SimpBOE, OhulDtts, ooUegs 1 
7 Levett, Mari!!, uniae 




^^V Vicar's Build. 
^^ fco> 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



S Wslls, Williun, gBtdener 

12 HaabHid, Juqca» j^hoeing anjltll 

13 AtUbSi John, compontor 
11 Aldcuii, Johji. vaVa 
Ij BDimineU. Cuo^se 

16 ftmlth, Cbulw» Ti^'ihtiifl mtodet 

SALMON LANS. 
\ Fail Street. 

r 1 Twinn, Jno,, malCBbr 

■ 1 AinbK}se, 1^- Eliia, ohAzvomui 



< 'Wya, Ohirlet W., eliinmer awup 
T Bnrnll, Jitrs. EmmH, Dallr^ BerviAt 
B Csrtar, Frederiok, prinler 
fl Lbw, FEedcrick, laGoursr 

10 Olayden, Mn. Man-, djarwomoo 

11 MuggletoQ, Ura, Emma 



8AX0H' STREET, 
Fanton Street. 

HalOi John^ engine drirer 
"Xiax, FredeTisk. Bweep 
Eart, Mn. Uaiy A.. Laimdreu 
Alderton, William, CArpontor 
HuiBpbnea. Tboma*, talloi 
\te are TifTsct Lane and Doria S, 
Shmbb. Mrs. CharlotM 



k 



DOWHIKO ABOnWAy. 
! fudford, William, labouror 

3 BOTling, Anlinr, clerk 

4 MaJlpreaa, Janue 

SCHOOL HOUSE LANE, 
East Boad- 

AmiiUge, Maiy A., ^apkeepet 
Boivman, Idrs. Jane, acbool- 

mistress at Girls' School 
In&nt and Oirls' School 

Coram, Henry, schoolmaster 

Bora ScliooL 

School Yard 



SEABLE STBEET, 
Victoria Boad. 

1 Jones, Mts. 

2 Roy&ton, Hany, baker 

3 Dewey, Thomas, college tetwi 

4 Sluhbens, Jno., boolmaVer 

5 Rule, Charlei, buller 
Smith, Charles, college cook 
Bailey, Necdham, carpenter 
Buttress, Robert, brickkw 
Few, Jno. Frederick, coUege s 

Burgess, Christopher, college so- 

Moore, James, cooper, Violet Cot- 
tage 

Allen, Jno., bricklayer, Cyprus Cot- 
tage 

CLAUDE COTTAGES. 
Bendall, Robert, railway aeem 
Webb, EUiah, gardener 
Lock, William, painter, etc 
King, Mr. , college servant 
Sawford, Mrs. Susannah 

EDITH TERRACE. 
I Freestone, William, carpenter 
a Wallmau, Frederick W., colkp 

servant 

3 Jacqaes, Joseph, grocer's porter 

4 Muncey, Jno., gaixlener 

5 Hall, Jno., gardener 

6 Duf&y, Frederick P., gaol warier 
Cash, Edwin, head code S. John's 

College, Hope Cottage 
Hancock, Wuliam, catpenter, 
Devon House 

EBENEZER COTTAGES. 
I Howard. William, carpentei aad 



Foreman, Arthur, gardener 
"Queen Victoria" coffee tavern, 

Dodson, T., castodian 
Knape, William, stoneroBSon 
Freestone, Thomas, carpenter and 




Gutteridge, Rev, W. A., Aihlands 
Frederick, Tames, carpenler 
Bidwell, CWles, packer, Myrtle 

Cottage 
GunuB, A., compositor 
Moore, Jno., cabinet maker 
Stoaklej', Frederidt George, book. 

Leader, Bridges B., book-fii 
Ailiss, Jno., compositcr 

SHATTESBUKT ROAD. 

Avenue. 
SalviDj Osbert, M.A., F.R.S., 

Strickland Lodge 
Strickland, Mrs. Catharine D. 

M., Ardincapel House 
BickneU, Rev. Clarence, M.A., 

Shaftesbury House 
Tyers, Sidney, Captain Royal 

Marines, Fair View House 

FITZWILLIAM ROAD. 
Child s, John, retired captain, 

Glenalmond Villa 
Bryan, James B., physii 

Fitzwilliam House 
Widdicomb, James, farmer, 

Brooklands Farm 

FITZWILLIAM TERRACE. 

1 Lyon, William 

2 Headly, Edward J., iron- 

monger 

3 Greenup, Wm. Thomas, 

Secretary ' Leys' school 

4 Maddock,HenryEd.,M.A. 
Cottage Home for Orphan 

GirlB, 
Mrs. Comeely, macron 



La., baker 
STOREY'S BUILDINGS. 
I Daniels, Mts, Sarah 
Z Bailey, Mrs. Sarah 
3 Brown, Mrs. Sarah 
d Mansfield, Mrs. Man 
Faircloth, Mrs. Sarah 
Lowder, Mrs. Susan 

7 Bowman, Mrs. Ami 

8 Cullington, Mrs. Sarah 
g Motleram, Mrs, Ann 

Dodd, Moyes' Fann 





16 Robinson, George, shoemaker 

17 Fuller, Robert, grirdener 
zS BeauiDODt, James H,, pensioner 
39 Easlon, Naomi, dressmaker 

30 Grey, Hemy, college servant 

31 Hobson, Joim, cook 

3» Inglett, Elizabeth, charwomnn 
33 Frost, George, "Baker's Arms" 

SHOBT 8TBEET. 

1 Ashman, Rd., Causeway House 

2 Halford, Mrs. Victoria 

3 Burgess, Christopher, cabinet 

4 Wallis, Richard, solicitor's clerk 

5 Palftey, Alfred, innkeeper, the 

" Duke of Cambridge 

6 I^aughton, James, tailor 
6)Muiison, l^omas, painter 

■ 7 Flowers, Frederick, college porter 
I 8 Pont, William, Ay proprietor 

SIDKE7 STREET. 

1 BanhEtm and Benton, tailors 

and robe makers 

2 Palmer, W. T., boot and shoe 

3 Pain, J. Odell, draper and silk 

merchant 

4 Shrive, John, bookseller, sta- 

tioner, and basket manu- 
facturer 

5 Nichols, Thomas and Son, 

grocers and provisioa mer- 
chants, agents for Canter- 
bury Ale 

Adams, Miss Lottie, lodging 
house keeper 

Smith, Miss Mary £lizabeth, 
dressmaker and milliner 

Bays, Edwin, architect and 
quantity surveyor 

Wallingford, Day & Walling- 
ford, solicitors (on Satur- 
days) 

6 Miller, Mrs., milliner 
Miller, Alfred T., organ builder 



7 Brown, Miss Isabelle, Berlin 



house keeper 

J Wickes, George, watchmaker 
and jeweller 
Wickes, Mrs. M. A., miUinet 
5 Hunnybun, Thomas and Son, 
coach builders, &c. 
Hunnybun, Thomas 
3 Rutter, Robert, confectioner 
I Saul, James P., hosier 
BODGER'S PASSAGE. 



I Peacock, Mrs. Mi 
z Comwell, Mts 



men, 






J Bodger, Alfred, hosier, glover, 
and shirt maker 

3 Pain, Walter E., chemist and 

optician, gas inspector for 
Cambridge 

4 Osborne, Algernon Jas. Pasco, 

ladies' boot & shoe depit 

5 Eadens & Knowles, solicitors 
Eaden, John, clerk to il* 

Cambridge Justices 

Eaden, John Frederick, regis- 
trar of the County Court 

Knowles, Phdip Saggers 
Oonnty Cotirt Office. 

County College Association, 
(Limited). 

Chisholm, Miss M. A. 

Donkin, Henry Thomas 
5 Thompson, C, hosier, &c. 

7 Hayden, Stephen, linen draper 

8 Vinter, James Odelljcoal factor 
Rencher, Miss Annie 

3 Swan, John and Son, upliol- 
sterers, cabinet mdietSi 
auctioneers, estate ageoUi 
&c. 
Swan, John 



DIRECTORy OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Sidney S/mt fconHnuedJ. 

!o Bruvet, Chas. Adolphe Desiri? 

Frlnca of Wales ReBtaoraut 

and Hotel. 
12 Barnes, George R., baker and 

confectioner 
23 Goodliffe, William, licensed 

victualler, "TnieBlue" 
Z4 Wallis, Henry William, book- 
seller 

ftjra ii Baaicx SIreit. 

21 BeaU, G. & Son, family and 

dispensing chemists 
Beall, Samuel 
26 Goodliffe, Mrs. A. E., butcher 
17 Owen, James(Derby,Leicester 

and Yorkshire Coal Co.), 

coal merchant 
Z8 Chapman & Thurssell, boot 

makers 
Thrussell, Wm. Thos. 

29 Wehrle, A., watch maker 

30 Adams, Dennis, ].P,, surgeon 

Sidney Sussex Oollege- 

kin art Jem Lani, itid Sriige Slriel. 

TrimtT Hostel. 
JS Uncoln & Son, grocers, agents 
for Ridgivay & Co.'s tea 
andcoffee,W. &A.Gilbey's 
wines and spirits 
Ohristian Association for 

Tonng Women. 
Watson, Miss R., matron 

36 Cave, Thomas, boot and shoe 

37 Beales, B. W., tailor and robe 

J3 Bulstrode, Christopher Stone, 
cabinet maker and up- 
holsterer, carpet warehouse 
and paperhangings 
Todd, W. 
41 GftB OompanT's Office 
Maine. G. F., foreman 
W Lyon, William, dispensing 
chemist 
Beales, Bamet William 



, college servant ^^^^1 



WRAY'S COURT. 

1 Poultcr, Mrs. E., college servant 

2 Hagreen, J. T. 
Laiisdown, Miss 

3 Harvey, Mrs. E., college servant 

4 Chapman, Mrs. C, ereengrocer 
Thompson. Mrs. and Miss 

5 Hawkes, H. R., college servant 

6 Starling, C., shoemaker 

7 SCarlingiMisSpladjes' hairdresser 

3 Spalding, W. P., stationer, 

publisher, designer of menu 
cards, and dealer in presen- 
tation goods. Agency of 
the Arundel Society, etc. 
Circulating Library- 

4 Dewberry, George, bootmaker 

5 Fuller, Mrs., baker 

6 Burgess, Mrs. Tabitha Ann 

Jane, prir [seller, frame 

7 Moden, J. Noel, brush & twine 

warehouse, oil Sc colourman 

8 Smith, J., confectioner 

9 Macintosh, A., ironmonger, 

and at Market Street and 
Hills Road 
Frisby,Mrs. Elizabeth, lodging 
house keeper 

Harraden, Francis Luckett, 

hosier, g!over,&shirt maker 

1 Johnson, VVilliam, clothier and 

3 Shippey, George Augustus & 
Son,fumishingironmongers 
and agents Royal Fire and 
British Empire Life Insur- 
ance Office 

,3 Pateman & Co,, linen and 
woollen drapers 
Amps, John Frederick 

4. Palmer, William T., boot 
manufacturer 

7 Bond & Holmes, grocers and 
provision merchants 
Holmes, Thomas 




p 



Sidney Street (cantimud) . 

jSaFowler, John, hairdress^ 

j8 & S9 Taylor, Joshua, tailor, 

clothier, hatter, and hosier, 

and at Fore Hill, Ely 

60 Pash,Danie!&Co., bootmakers 

Emms, John T,, manager 

Holy Trinity dmrch. 

62 Oambridge Savinga Bajik 
Purchas, William, actuary 

63 Putter & Purchas, accountants 

and estate agents 
Fhilo nRion- 
CoUings, Wm., librarian and 
collector of com dues 

64 Holt, Henry, leather seller 

65 Stevens, William, saddler and 

harness maker 
Metcalfe, S. (late J. Turner), 
fly proprietor 

66 Brown & Newberry, Misses, 

ladies" and children's out- 
fitters 

67 Church, Mrs., milliner and 

fancy draper 
Church, William 

68 Rogers, Robert, watchmaker 

and jeweller 
6g White, Miss J., ladies' and 
children's boot and shoe 
dep6t 
70 Homceopathic dispensary 
SILVER BTHE17F. 
I Fawcett, William M., M.A., 
arcMtect, captain commimdaiit 
First Cambndge Rifle Corps 
a WayinsQ, Ephiami, LL.M., so- 

3 Lawrence, tbc Misses A. and K. 

4 Haslcp, Jno., butcher 
S. CATHARINE'S LODGE. 

Robinson, Rev. Charles Kiiby, 
D.D., master 

Ken U Oneni'i Law. 
Queen's College. 
IJ Jarvis, George, the "Anchor" 
16 Lander, L., gardener 



7 Songer, Roger, whitesmith 

8 Flmnb, Stephen, fruiterer and 
greengrocer 

9 Pilson, Charles 
Q Chapman, George 
I Rayner, Walter C., cabinet n 
: Hickford.Abner, publican, "£1»^ 

Awe it Black Lion yard. 
Lupson, Mrs. Menelina 

3 Allison, William, grocer 
Entrance to the "Pitt" Pkm 

Printing Works 

4 & 15 Diing, James, podthotcb 

and sausage maker 
Hills, Henry, hairdressor 
4 Ladd, Edward 
3 Parkhonse, Wallis, veterinary M 

Marshall, C. T., publican, tin 

"Wheatsheaf" 
SLEAPOBD STRBBT. 

1 Reed, Alfred, clerk 

2 Kingston, Thomas, Rivar Hoaw 

3 Pate, John L., carpenter 

4 Montague, George 

5 Taylor,EliiabethA.J.,book5BW« 

6 Loates, William, carpenter snd 



Q. Henry, plumber 
iNnthimW., joins 




SOUTH STKEET. 



CiXoi, WillioiD. b 



8 OdiBU, ObulBi, bDotmaker 
T SoanuB, Villium J., batcher 
8 PoKrey, Join F., teewer'a nuuoger 
ft jAmSi Sobert, tuumiQ 
ID WilBon, Mra. Mary Ann, book fclder 
11 A IS Idnley, Charles, puhlloui and 
booloiBier. "Lord Kelson" 
BannnfC Edward, boot clowr 
11 Powell, Wm., muffin and onmipet bakei 

~"°"-SlSi"'i 

^U, Riotii 
,11, Jamai.c— . 

tS IU1*| Biohud H. 
IS lAngnn, Kobeit, 
KSa&tfoli. HiuEi 
n BKfti Jiiui, ahoi 
: .n OuHBUr, O^b, 
» Tiuait, Aim, auiw 

ICinbr, AogiutuB J., iruCec 
H Badsook, Fruuia 

M honna liuildinE) 
» tc^ Kobert W., (DOTEDt B 
n HewmaSf Mn. Batoer, cow lieepei 

Uodey, TbomsB. milkman 
M Joliiugon, Mrs. EUiabetb 
» Hu4icE, John F., liKuk.'milth 
II Ooune, AltfBd, grocsr's porter 
. a eoodToeoTge, groom 

U HenoD, Thonua £., compontor 
U niriinc, 'Wiltiiim, carter 
« NeweU. Francis, railway servant 
« Millby, William, poltco oomtablo 
11 JotiDeoii, Thomas, stone mason 

» Webi, WiUiaiD, oellorman 
*> Bpiinw, Jomai. cook 
*1 CoraaU, William, cellarman 
[ tl 8quir», William James, painter 

« H™r3S»A. eniinTdri^r 
U Wilion. Josepb n., painbit 
«it7 Millei, Bobert, milkman 

I' " Tomlin, Eobort, storeman 



ChadwTok, J., gu^eni 
Uott, OharlM, labour 
Taylor, Mrs. 



lery) 



Bird, Henry, gardener 
Meekin, Wllluim, bricklayer 

STAFFORDSHIRE STEE: 

reonland, Thomas, labourer 
. _ Dmlin. Kmily, dressmaker 

4 QeUu.'T., gsHswker 

5 FlaTel, Eliaabeth 

6 Talbot, EIHra 
I Oiaord, Fbiebe 
i Keysolds, William, bricklayer 

.0 HMkley, Mary, laundress 

-1 0-ilbey. William, grower's porter 

13 Rejmlds, George, bricklayar 

14 Barton. Henry, labourer 

15 Pope, Alfred, draynian 
'8 NoBle, Ann E,. dreaamlkcr 

T Reynolds, William, au^ar boiler , 

19 AraoJd, Hurry, Ubourer 
'^0 Peck. John R., gardener 

BTAFFORDHHntE TEEItAOE, 
1 Thorogood, Henry, wheelwright 



alAPFOKIISHmE OARDEHa. 
S Haynos. Biohard, miller 
9 Edwards. Alfred, porter 
ID Cooper, George, gardener 

Vi itreleh, WilUam, labourer 

13 Tnngall, George, gas fitter 

14 Belcliam, Frank, labourer 

15 Pink, Eliiabi " 





11 BnmLVilliaia, nil 

12 Allen, Henry, obair 

13 Hooifii Anuthny, roi> 
U Ibd, Junea, bricklsyt 



9 Btnmrt, jmeph, ljibaiir«r 

H) Bnug, Obuleg, liibaurer 

II OonmiiSt Thomas '^MirqiuB of Granby" 

L9 Broni, Jolm, the " WUle Bvsll " 

IS Modfln, Bob^ B,, ^roqer 

tl Jcmu, Tmderiok, oipe dreassE 



IS Bpuuia.'W 



.. , -unpHm, latu] 

Mott, (Aul«, biialElsyei 
IH Honbine, Juhii, sanr boOtt 
t> ODDow,PBtriak,hmwkm 
II Brown, lamea, dealer 
H Webb, Hn. lluy 
13 Webb, H«. Mejy 



STATION ROAD. 

Bum, Martin, wine and spirit 
merchant, G. N. R. Hotel 

r Hawkins, Plume, baker and 
confectioner 

I Smith, Josiah, dairyman and 



3 Sharman, Stephen H., com- 
mercial traveller 

Sharman, M. A. E ., baby linen 
warehouse 
ARUNDEL VILLAS. 

Tomlin, William 

Passingham, Jonathan T. 

Baker, Henry 

Gray, Charles E. 

Wright, William, LL.D., pro- 
fessor of Arabic 
SALISBURY VILLAS. 

Skeat. Rev. Walter, M.A., 
professor of Anglo-Sax 

Brochner, Carl M, 



Rayleigh, Lord,M.A.,pi 

of experimental phj 
Birks, Rev. Thomas R, 

professor of moral 

sophy 
Banham, Daniel, Cliftc 
Kett, William, Woodfie 
Gifford, Francis G., A 

Villa 
Banham, Charles H., S 

ViUa 
Oliver, Frederic, West 

Villa 
Hall, John, Westboumi 
TiU>;ard, Alfred J., M.^ 

sical master, S. Mar] 
Chapman, Henry, Woi 

Villa 
Bennett, Edward, Cli 

ViUa 
Dumford, Georee E., < 

Villa 
Decks, Charles E., Lon 
Slack, John Williams, 

Villa 
Campion, WiUiam W., 

mond Villa 
Carling, William, RIc 

Villa 
Newman, Charles W., 

stable keeper 
Barber, Isaac, com ai 

merchant's clerk 
Newman, Mrs. Mary, pu 

"Railway Inn" 

3 Uizon, ThomsB, pnite Uyer 

Bailway Station. 
STONE STREEI 

Ainaworth Street 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



ant Sirtet (cenlinuedj. 

Lf jUmd, vmrehcmflemaii 

' "niildlDg) 

mjiunin, OHrpeater 

^^..ii?rai«iae diivei 
Diij Robart, gafdener 

HTBTON BTB££T. 

ham, Charles, shoeing smith 
gis, George, railway servant 
lOD, Emily, rteedJewontan 
ger, John, Baptist minister 
ler, Henry, plumber & glazier 
rim, Jesse, baker and confec- 

pot, Jane 

isoa, Daniet, bricklayer 

□ck, William, railway inspector 

rman, Joseph, gardener 

TO, Arthur C., journeyman 

x>ln, Tames, wood carver 
■ard, Samuel S., telcgrapliist 
jer, George, joiner 
■I, Henry, whitesmith 
iseU, Thomas, stone engraver 
th, Mis. Rebecca, ncedlc- 

nie, William, army pensioner 

lie, Hannah, laundress 

it, George I., painter and 

lecorator 

jnson, Mary A,, grocer 

Boys' School. 
odman, George A., carpenter 
e, David, whitesmith and hot 
water fitter 

E Robert, engine smith 
WiUiam R., engine driver 
i, Jacob, railway guard 
kman, Joseph, grocer's porter 
we, Hezekiah, general smith 
!der, Robert, imller 
wn, John, G.E.R. servant 
n, Robert, bricklayer 
Ms, John, labourer 
mgs, Charles, guard, G.E.R, 
iBtead, Shadrach, shoemaker 
nl, James, slater 



Ss Gales. Charles E., police constable 

87 Lawrence, Saiah A., laundress 

1 13 Perry, John M., tailor 

115 Head, Charles E. 

117 Boll, Michael H., carpenter 

hire ii Milford atrmt. 
131 Laughton, William H., tailor 
133 Sole, John Thomas, bootmaker 
135 Meeits, Moses, college cook 
137 Smith, William, tripe d 
139 Pinner, Jamt 
141 SaggersTTohn, labourer 
143 Haigh, Thomas, tailor 
145 Nelson, Robert H,, engine fitter, 

G.E.R. 
147 Hadder,Charles, fireman.G.E.R. 
149 Crisp, liarohne 
151 Daws, Thomas, hairdresser, Dor- 

153 Harrison, George, labourer 

155 Barton, Joshua, brewer 

157 Wade, Robert, foreman of coal 

163 Flack, Caroline 

165 Newman, Henry, grocer 
167 Smith, John, labourer 

169 Thompson, Alfred, bootmaker 

171 Thompson, Frank M. B., labourer 

173 King, Catherine L., mantle 

175 Wilkin, James, G.E.R. servant 
177 Chapman, Francis, labourer 

C-End of the Strut). 
184 Freeston, James, "City Arms" 
183 Allen, Matthew, carpenter and 

iSd Stone, Josiah 

i;8 Freestone, Mrs. Hannah 

176 Edwards, Henry, gardener 

174 Campis, Phccbe Ann, dressmaker 

172 Smee, Alfred, joiner 

170 Silver, David, ironmonger's 

assistant 
r68 Wesson, Wm. T., brewer 

166 Beazley, Wm., engine driver, 

G. E. R. 

164 Yorke, Edward A., tailor 
l6a Porter, James, gardener 
160 Lee, Frederick, tailor 




154 Twinn, Stephen, dealer in coal 
■51 Spradding, Chailea E., college 

150 Bewley,Chas.,G.E.R.sigiia]inic 
148 Moon, jaines,carpenletandjoiiier 
146 Patiaos, William J., number 
taker, G.E.R. 



Haslop, Mrs. 
130 Lowiogs, Frederick, builder 
laS Barton, Harriet, nur^ 
lz6 Bowd, Josh. J., rope maker 
ISO Worboys, William, brewer 

115 Spilman, Herbert W., tailor 

116 Hones, joumeynian but- 

114 CraDfield,WiUiam, draper's porter 

112 WalsoD, AKred, labourer 

no Edwards, Frederick, G.E.R. 

108 Leason, Arthur, gtoom 
106 Moore, William, bootmaker 
toz Forton. Frederick wmiam, grocer 
and carpenter and joiner 
Aire i> Blenfori Strtet. 
100 Grint, Alfred C, pork butcher 
98 Stacey, William H., coach painter 
96 I-ewis, Thomas R., railway clerk 
94 Donn, Robert J., railway servant 
92 Biirrough, William, G.E.R. guard 
90 Rash, Charles, coal carter 
88 Tuck, Edward, waiter 
86 Hardy, Walter, painter 
64 French, Thomas, gardener 
8i Ayers, Jotn, wlutesmith 
80 FranMmJames, potter 
78 Yaxley, Thomas, carpenter 
76 Conquest, James, bailifE's man 
74 Sword, James, police constable 
72 Boreham, William, porter 
70 Cowell, Alfred, G.E.R. shunter 

1 . 68 Hutley, Simeon, shoemaker 

L' 66 Boreham, Peter, groom 



64 Haslop, James, shoemaker 
62 Yarrow, Matthew, builder 

undertaker 
60 Scoll, Thomas, labourer 
Prlmitiva Methodist CIiaM 
56 Fntter, James, wood measnn 

S4 Bull, Benjamin, carpenter 

52 Pool, Thomas, G.E.R. porter 

50 Marming, George A., paperhimgw 

48 Skates, David, tailor 

42 Squires, William, G.E.R. portet 

40 Salmon, William, G.E.R. hiemii 

34 Stidman, Joseph, the "Rose' 

32 Baker, Leonard, G.E.R. hum 

inspector 
30 Smith, Isaac, G.E.R. horseman 
14 Mountford, Walter C, tailor 
2Z Baker, John, shoemaker 
20 Dean, Thomas, whitesmith 
18 Dickerson, Robert J., college 

16 Duce, jno., G.E.R. eoEine dri«r 
14 SetcbeD, Thomas, shepherd 
12 Houghton, Emma, laundie* ?■ 
10 Reeve, Seth C, plasterer 
8 Bemie, James, engine filter 
6 Bowder, Mark, stonemason 
4 Mole, William, watchmaker 
2 Begswonh, Richard, "VfUtt 
Hait" Inn 

SUSSEX STREET. 



6 Selby, John Arnold, grocer an" 

provision dealer 

7 Freeman, Mrs. May A,, co* 

8 & 9 Coulson, Prime T., porit ioi 

general butcher 

10 Campion, John, basket maker 

11 Robinson, Richard, bojt maker 

12 Keemish, Edward, tailor 



w .„.„.,.„.. ^ 




10 Whiltaker. Miss Emma, lodging- 






14 Pike, John, cordwainet 


II Barber, Mrs. Elizabeth, lodging- 


IS Barton, William, fishmonger 




Unwin, Mrs. Sarah 


iz Taylor, Charles, builder and under- 


lurt it Saliuia frreil. 
16 Tanant, Elijab, gumnakeT and 


taker 
Ains^t Mr^.7KeUe t L^d^ 


licensed victuaEer, "BueIieI & 


Strike" 


TEBRACE IiAITE:, 


17 Howell, Jos. W., district manager 


S&xoTi Strsfit. 1 


Whittington Life Office 


1 SiohKt, Mrs- Emma ^^^J 


18 Peak, W., general aeent 
Sutton & Go's parcel dispatch 


3 Ihurlow.VinisiT^U^r^^ ^^H 


19 Talbot, F. W.. printer 


lH«d,W i«mt=r^agtart™ ^^H 


M Groom, T., bootmaker 


Taylor, Jna., painlfr anl glader ^^^^H 
a Oooper. Edward, Eudener ^^^H 


12 House burned (Shaap, J. W., 


7 Hu.,l,VuJ«^8)8to^ 1 


tailor) 
aj Metcalfe, S., college servant 


8 Elbome, Williim, raawiT Mtvant 
8 Cutar, CbuJsK, punter 
10 AUbh, WiUiua, ta^Inay eDEinB drii^r 


24 Prior, Mrs., fancy repositoiy 


1 Wrigglesf orJ, Willism, railway flraraan 

I AldErtoo, Harrj, labourer _ 


IS Cook, T., clDlhier 




3 Barriun, Um. Mary M 




* Fgten, Jamee, labourer ^^^1 








g ApUiDrpe, Urs. FanTiv, Uundrese ^^^H 


TENNIS COURT TERRACE. 


7 Kmg, Mi<» Hary. charvomaa ^^^1 






1 Pell, James. coUegc servant 




2 Parsons, John, college servant 
) Ta^r, Charles, carpenter 
i Lndman, Mrs. SaraS 


THOMPSOIf'S LAira. 


Churcli House 


S Brown, Mrs. Susan Swan, college 


MisBion Booia and School 


servant 
6 Favell, Joseph, registrar of births 
and deaths for S. Mary the 
Great sub. district, including 


Challis, Miss Ellen 
Stockwell, Miss 


NINEPIN COUBT. 


the parishes of SS. Mary the 
Less, MichaeI,Botolph, Ed^vard 


1 LaoHran, Wm., joumeymaii baker , ,., 


2 Orutohley, Henry, waiter '1 

3 HaDij]S,Vmiain, labourer 

4 Matthews. Thonms, gas fitter J 


and Benedict 


7 UnddiHg, A. W. 




Kedding Sc Son, builders and brick 
makers (late Gray & Son) 


17 BwleslBuijaMm^Wlar ^^^1 


* Whybiow.WiUiara, college servant 

5 Hnghes, Michael P., lod^e-house 

6 Hutt, Samuel Buck, assistant over- 


ELLIS' COintT. ^^^1 


6 Hlwrnas, Joh^bourer . J^^H 




8 Hawkes, Williani, aboemaker ■ 


seer of S. Mary the Less 


9 Howard, -wmiam. Machman M 


7 Gatward, John, college servant 


1 1 Taylor. Emma, oollege aerruit 1 


8 Biidgeman, Mrs. Martha, lodging- 


12 BoblDKiD. (ieoTge, bulfher 1 




U UeDduin.'EIizaboth, uU^ Krvant 1 


HSgher Grade School, Park 


1? BSa^lB^eajkni^S^IStor 


Stett 


»2^^^^^^^^^ 


^^i^H 



SPALDING S S 



: AND GENERAL 



Thompson'i Lane fcoHtitaudj. 

3 Crack, Chas., publican, "Ninepin" 

4 Canwell, Mrs. Susan 



cabinet maker 
ejClflrk, William J., cook 

7 HiJIs, John, college servant 
Mr. Swaun HnrreU's Garden 

8 Stonebridge.Wra., college servant 

9 Vincent, Edward, college porter 

An Xritranei to Mi Faddact. 

10 NIcholls, Mrs. Martha, laundress 

11 Thiing, AlfredH.,teaclierofniusic 

12 Iraomonger's warehouse 

13 Merry's carpenter's shop 



2 Millm R., ajupenta'a abop 
4 Johnson, williun 

14 Colwell, John, tailor 

15 Phillips, John, waiter 

16 Mumm, Mis. Eliza, laundress 

17 Silk, Frederick, labourer 

iB Greaves, Mrs. Maiy, bed maker 
19 Tuck, James, poulterer 
TO Carpenter, Sykes J., dairyman 
21 Wilson, Mrs. Maiy, laundress 
Ban yard, James Spicer, to- 
bacco manufactory 
2J Osboum, Henry, "Spade and 
Bucket" 

iereiiJaut Orein. 



RUTT'3 






■Tight 



24 Anustead, John, coal and turf 
merchant 

Clayton, Robert, stone yard 
T.if n Buoy at the Fisb. BimkB. 

Warren, George & S., warehouse 

Howell, Edward, shoemaker 
36 Hall, George, fly driver 
*1 Webster, Mary, bed maker 

Potts, W., brewery yard 



28 Moore, Hannah, charwom: 

Beales, E. & Go's found 

29 Beales, Edward 

30 Hurrell, Swann, J.P. 

31 Mills, Mrs. Sarah, college 

32 Cresswcll, Mrs. Emma. Sea 

33 Chumbcrlain, Mrs. Eliza 

college servant 

34 Chamberlain, Charles, cc 

35 Brocket, Alfred, hoder's as 

TBUTITY STRmr 

1 MacmJIlan & Bowers, 

2 Roeper, Charles, tailo 

robe maker 

3 Miller, Mrs. 

4 Palmer, ]. L., butler at 

College 

5 Hattersley, W. H., groc 

6 WooUard & Hattersl^ 

warehouse and glas: 

S. Miebael'a Cburo: 

7 Hart, Thomas, perfume 

8 Doo, James, grocer, gla; 

china dealer 

9 Metcalfe, W. & Son, c 

plate, lithographic 

letterpress printers 

Co oper, G eorge , college s 

10 Foster & Lawrence, soli 

Foster, Edmund, town < 

Foster, John E., M.A,, si 

to Camb. Perm, ] 

Build. Soc. 
Lawrence, W. H. 

13 Deighton, Bell & Co., 

sellers, publishers & 
to the University 
Smith, W. W. 

14 Foster & Co.'b Bank 
Scott, David, manager 



Trinity Sh-iel UentinuedJ. 

15 Thurlbourn & Son Oate Law 

& Co.), tailors and robe 
makers 

16 Jones &Piggott (late Rivington) 

booksellers, stationers and 

Jones, E. Morgan 

17 Harris, George B,, billiard 

rooms, livery stables, 
licensed victualler, "Blue 



Newman & Co., cab and 

omnibus yard and livery 

Cook, George, foreman 
19 Sippel, Charles, music ware- 

19) Brown, Henry ]^ teacher of 

Jones & Piggott's printing office 
M Matthew and Son, grocers, 
provision merchants, glass 
and china dealers 
Matthew, Arthur 
U AthenKum Club 
II Ransom & Son, tailors and 
robe makers 
Ransom, H. M. 
14 Tomlin, William, bookseller 

Trinity Collage. 

Smith, Elliot & J., agents 

Norwich Insurance Office 

26 Wisbey & Son, auctioneers, 

valuers, land and estate 

agents 

Wisbey, C. 

V Rowe, Frederick A., wine and 

spirit merchant 
*8 Pratt, Thomas, tailor and robe 

=9 Hutt, J. S., bookseller, and 
Post Office 
Hawk's Club. 



29 Hutt, Misses, school for girls 

and little boys 

30 Johnson, Elijah, bookseller 

31 Shallow & Mouel, tailors and 

robe makers 

32 Warwicker, Mrs. J., halter and 

33 Lesturgeon, Charles M. A., 

surgeon 
Baxter, Henry Foster, surgeon 

34 Sadd, Henry S., repository for 

fancy goods and stationery 

35 Bainbridge&Davidson, tailors 

and robe makers 
Bainb ridge, James 

36 Pearse, John, M.P.S., chemist 

and dentist 
Smith, John 

37 Clarke, Richard Lord, hosier 
" '~ " hairdresser 



TRINITY LAKE. 
I Donogan, Mrs. 

z Barrow, Miss CatKn, dressmaker 
Hopkins, Rev. Frank Lnurenee, 
M.A., tutor of Trinity Hall 
aanTllle and Cains College. 

TRtrMPIUaTON BOAD. 

The IiByB Wealoyan College. 
Moulton, Rev. Dr., principal 

BELVOIR TERRACE. 
1 Temple, Alfred Robert 



I 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



TrumpingloH Road {continued). 

Borissow, Rev. Louis, M.A., 
chaplain and precentor 
Trinity College 

Williers, George, nurseryman 
Latham, Rev. Henry, M.A., 

tutor, Trinity Hall 
Sayle, Robert, J.P. 
Vinter, J. O. 
Ballard, Samuel 
Goodman, Neville, M.A. 

Botanloal O-ardonB. 

Lynch, Richard J., curator 

Moiley, Chailes, gardener 

p Orgam, Stephen, gardener 

BROOKSIDE. 

1 Smith, John 

2 Nutter, James, Beach House 

3 Bond, William 

4 Witt, Samuel 

5 Babington, Charles Cardatl, 
M.A,, professor of botany 

6 Todhunter, Isaac, M.A., ma- 
thematical lecturer of S. 
John's College 

7 Barton, Rev. J., M.A., vicar of 
Holy Trinity 

S Button, Miss Adelaide 
9 Huddleston, Tristram Fredk. 
Croft, M.A. 

10 Potter, Richard, M.A. 

11 Eccles, Mrs, M. 

12 Page, Miss H. 

13 Muir, M. M. Patterson, M.A,, 

prEelector.in chemistry, and 
fellow of Caius College 
14, Chase,Rev.FrederickH.,M.A. 

15 Foster.John E., M.A. 

16 Mead, Mrs. Mary A. 

17 Somerset, Rev. Ralph B.,M.A., 
censor of non-coUcgiates 

18 Fawrett, Rt. Hon. H., M.A., 
M.P., professor of political 
economy 

Perry, Miss Eliza D. 



, JacksonUo I 
experimental I 




19 Dewar, J., M.A,, , 

professor of experimental I 
philosophy 
Christopher's Buildings. 

20 Knowles, Philip Saggars 

21 Bridge, Miss Elizabeth E. 

TBUMPINGTON STREET. I 

I Day, Mrs. 

3 Challis, Rev. J., M.A., F.R.S., , 

Plumian professor of as- ^ 

tronomy 
2jjarvis, Mrs. E,, newsagent j 

3 Rickett, Mrs. I 

4 Taylor, Mrs. Stainton, Crom- 

well Lodge, teacher of dan- | 
cing and calisthenics 

5 Westicott, John 

6 Taylor, Joshua . 

7 Frost, Mrs. | 

8 Street, Miss Kate H,, head , 

mistress of Perse Girli" 
School f 

9 & 10 Alnslie, Gilbert, J.P., 

Brook House 
n Marsh, Mrs. 

12 Wright, G. Haward 

13 Levin, Thomas W., Mj\, 

lecturer in modem history 
and philosophy, S. Catha- 
rine's College 

14 Hopper, Mrs. 

15 Holmes, H. 

16 Cookson, the Misses Elizabeth 

and Hannah 

17 Latham, Peter Wallwork, 

M.D., Downing professoTi 

of medicine 
iS Johnson, Mrs. | 

19 Prowse, William, physiciaa; 

and surgeon 



21 Stevens, Charles, confectiono^ 

22 Sanders, James, nurseryman; 
and florist, andatNewnham 

23 Wallis, Charles, print seller 

24 Ryan, P. & J., linen drapers 



DIRSCT0R7 Of CAUBRIDOK 



TrumfingtoH Stmt (continued). 

Addeabrooke's HospitaL 

ADDENBROOKE PLACE. 

3 Willmott, Miss 

1 Mason, Rev. P. Hammet, 
M.A., Hebrew lecturer, 
S. John's College 

1 Thrower, Miss 

28 Burford, John, toy dealer and 

perambulator maker 

29 Hobbs, M., hosier, etc. 

30 Peck, George, chemist and 

druggist, branch post office, 
money order office and 
savings' bank 
Rhodes, A., dentist 

Non-CollegiateB' Booms. 
Somerset, Rev. R. B., M.A., 
Speetiley, Claude, artist's 

31 Doddj M., upholsterer 

31 Boning, the Misses, milliners 

Boning, John 
33 Burford, John, perambulator 
warehouse 
Brown, Mrs. R., general regis- 
try office for -- - -■- 



TUN WELL' 8 TARD. 



34 Frost, Henry J., bootmaker 

35 & 36 Hardwick, Jos., tailor 

and robe maker 
37 lrwin,James,publican, "Little 

Rose" 
J= Gadsby, W., tea and coffee house 
39 Sanders, R. 
4" Taylar, George, publican, "Crown 

and Compasses" 
Sanders' Livery Stables 



41 Newman, George, baker 

42 Smith, James Hamblin, M.A., 

private tutor 

43 Whichello, Charles, grocer 

44 McDowell,Jas.,M.A.,F.R.A.S. 

S. PETER'S LODGE. 
Porter, Rev. James, D.D., 
master S. Peter's College 
Pembroke College. 

51 Hall & Sons, booksellers, pub- 

lishers,siationer5& printers 

52 Gray, William, baker 

53 Wherry, G. E., M.A., surgeon 

54 Colkett, Mrs. S. D. 

An-a u S. S<,talp\ Lane. 

B. Botolph Cburcb. 

Corpus Cbristi College. 

CORPUS BUILDINGS. 

55 Richardson, Norton Clark, 

perfumer, etc., hair cutler 
to H.R.H. the Prince of 
Wales 

56 Humphry, G.M.,M.D.,F.R.S., 

surgeon, prof, of anatomy 

57 Wallis, George, surgeon 

58 Carver, Edmund, M.A., M.B., 

surgeon 

59 Bradbury, John Buckley,M.D., 

Li nacre lecturer of physic 
and medical lecturer, Caius 
CoUege 
Iiondon and County Bank. 
Sweeting, Jas. H. S., manager 

iwt art Brmt Slrstt, Einf-S Farad; 
and Kinfi Lam. 

63 Jones, Alfred, dentist 

64 Bull Hotel, Moyes, John A., 

proprietor 

65 Crouch, William Henry, watch- 

maker andjewciler 

66 Knightly, Joseph, cQnf&:.utit>-«t 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



Trumpington Street (continued). 

8. Cartharine'a College. 

Catward, Dennis, head porter 
S. Catharine's 
' 67 Munsey, Thomas, butler, S. 
Catharine's College 
Perse Oiria' BctaooL 

69 Tomson, Mrs,, stone & marble 

70 Daniel, William Cory, family 

71 & 72 Carpenter &Neal, tailors 

and robe makers 



73 Fawcett & Hough, sui^eons 

74 Hough, James, Fern House 

75 Ansdl, James, wood carver, 

cabinet maker& undertaker 

76 Burrell, James, lodging house 

keeper 
Hmmanuel Congregational 
Church. 

B. Hary-the-Xiees Ctturch. 
S. Peter's College. 
Fltz William. Muaeum, 
Colvin, Sidney, M.A., Siade 
professor of fine arts, 
director 
Humphry, George Murray, 
M.D., sut^eon professor of 
anatomy. Grove Lodge 

S. PETER'S TERRACE. 

1 King, Mrs. M. K. 

2 Paget, George Edward, M.D., 

physician, Regius professor 
of physic 

3 BradburyJohnBuckley.M.D., 

physician, lecturer at Caius 
College 



4 Luard, Rev. Henry R., D.D., 

registrar of the University 

5 Guillemard, Rev.W. H., D.D., 

Vicar of S. Mary-lhe-Less 

6 Hort,Rev.FentonJno.Aniony, 

D.D., divinity lecturer at 
Emmanuel College 

7 Seeley, J. R., M.A., professor 

of modern history 
Bateson, Mrs. 

Clark, Mrs. 

SCROPE TERRACE. 

1 Clark, John Willis, M.A.,supL 

of Museums of Zoolo^, 
and Comparative Anatom^f 

2 Foster, Edmund, town clerk 

3 Fawcett, Roland Morris, M.D„ 

J.P., D.L. 

4 Steele, Rev. Anthony William 

Wilson, M.A,, sen. fellow 
and tutor, Gonville and 
Caius College 

5 Waraker, Thomas, LL.D., law 

lecturer Trinity Hall 

6 Westcoit, Rev. Brooke Foss, 

D.D., Regius professor rf 
divinity. Canon of Ely 

7 Miller, Mrs. 

8 Gwatkin, Henry Melville, 

M.A., lecturer of S. John's 
College 

9 Prest, Edward B,, auditor, 

Poor Law Union 
■0 Cowell, E. B., M. A., professor 
of Sanskrit 

1 Maxwell, Mrs. W. C. 

2 Raynes, Rev. William, M.A,, 

tutor, Clare College 

here a Cue Feii Latu. 
TTNlOIf aOAJJ. 

Dates, Simon, Anncsley Cottage 



3 Baker, Mrs, Mary A. 
J Morgan, Miss Aiuiie, glove, featha 
and fur cleaner 



DIBECTOKY OF CAMBKIDGE. 



Union Road (amtinited). 
4aHutchin5on, Joseph, Bafdener 

4 Matthew, Sarah A., kumireBs 
SaWallis, Mr5. Charlolte, laundress 

5 WoQlnough, George, gardener 

6 Wilson, Rev. Richard, M.A. 

7 Naylor, Mrs, Martha 

8 Naylor, Thomas E.. printer 

9 Apthorpe, John, rcUeving officer 

and registrar of butiis and 
deaths for the parish of S. 
Andre w-lhe-Less 
gaflayles, William H., carpenter 
Stokes, George G., M.A., F.R.S., 
Lucasian professor of mathe- 



inger and 



to Fuller, Joseph A. 

gas filter 
II Wiflmolt, Edward, bricklayer 
II Allen, James, bridtlayer 

13 Dye, Edward H., coachman 

14 Bridges, Henry T., baker 

Inibiit SchooL 
16 Gerai, Billell K. 

Boman Catholic School. 

8. Andrew Roman Catholic 

Cliuroli. 

21 Cooper, Miss CeciJia J. 

*«■» if OHirgf, JV. Strut. 
23 Chapman, Jacob, blacksmith 
J3 Dakin, Henry B., cricketer 
J4 Boyce, Mrs. Ellen, laundress 
J5 Ora-hill, William, bootmaker 
Knight, David, tailor 
Bolton, Thomas, contractor 
«J Alderton, Frederick, builder and 



z8 Aiderlon, Mrs. Eliiabelh 

19 Custance, Samuel J., "'King's 

hirt U PrincM SIrcct. 
JO Sherman, William, butcher 
31 Welford. Hemy 
jloCrisp, George, B.A. 
31 Caley. Tames B., tailor 

33 Sen, Charles, college servant 

34 Robinson, Stephen, tailor 

35 Langhton, Joseph, builder 



Westwick House 
6 Allen, Mrs. Eliza A. 
Foster, Charles F„ J.P., Panlon 

TrCflOH" STREOT, 
S. Edward's Church. 

1 Harris, Simon, watchmaker, 

jeweller, tobacconist, etc. 

2 Pont, Thomas Henry, dyer 

and scourer 

3 Pink, John, agent for Foster's 

Parcels Express Co. 

4 Smith, William, fishmonger 

and dealer in game 

5 Smith, William, American 

meat depot 

6 Stanley, Miss C, cork cutter 

7 Prior, George Mason, pork 

butcher 

8 Weatherhead, William, book- 

seller and stationer 

9 PigE> James Hayden, grocer 

and provision merchant 
Q Prior, George Mason, eating 

Codling, John, puhli 
" Bell " 
UTTION" TERRACE, 
Mill Road. 
Reeve, B., builder 
Crane, Daniel, whitesmith 
t Utteridge, Charles, printer 

2 Rumbelow, William, painti 

3 Gray, Mrs. Mary 

4 Boatwright, Mis 

dressmaker 

5 Chisbolm, Hugh, traveling draper 

6 Twinn, Richard, carpenter 

7 Chapman, James, carriage painter 

8 Kingdon, John W., engine filler 

9 Parry, Henry Richard, tutor 

Woodwark, Thomas, radway porter 

1 Pealte, Thomas, telegraph inspector 

2 Moll, Walter W., fencing master. 

Vine Cottage 
French, A,, florist. Vine Nurseries 



publican, the j 

IRACE, ^^H 

w 

esmtth M 

prinler 

Mary Ann, 



^^P SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL ^^^^ 


^H UniBH Ttrrace {coHHnued.) 


14 Freeman, Charles 


34 Spraclding, Mrs. Elizabeth, Bey- 
field Cottage 
JSHart, waiiam, pnblican, "Live 
^^m and Lei Live '' 


JS Fulcher, Benjamin, builder 

26 Worboys, Arthur, sohcitor's do 


37 Carrington, Wm., college Berran 
23 BendaU, Wm., college servant 


zg Carey, Edward, gardener 


30 Buck, Reuben, compositor 




31 Mutton, Alfred, bookseUei's 


^^1 UNION PLACa 

^H 2 Bidtwck. Uiu Mm? A., dresBmBkcr 


33 Dawkins, George, tailor 


3 Qilffithii, Edwin Jdd., cabinet maker 




36 Steam, James, tailor 


S. PETER'S TERRACE. 


37 Buirell, Jno., boot and shoe maker 


Watts, Thomas, "Caipenlen 


38 Hopper, jno., general dealer 
^^_ 39 Arnold, Jno., milkman 




Craven, Robert 


^L 


Fulcher, Peter 


^H TICTOBIA BOAS. 


Barker, Joshua, butcher 


^V 1 Richardson, George, publican and 
^^" milkman 


Dav, Charles J., jewelte , 
Williams, James G., pnnler 


2 Bullock, Mrs. 


WiUs, Michael, master of 


3 Everett, Jno., gardener 


Industrial School 


4 Ottaway, Jno,, carpenter & joiner 


InduBtnal ScbooL 


5 Townsend, William, cellamian 
^H 6 Chandler, Nathaniel W. 


BoyH- National SohooL 


^^ 7 Leader, Ralph J., painter 


Berridge, Mr,, schoolmaster 




B. Luke's Church. 






■ Fro.t JnZ;.*J ■ 


Qirla- School. 


^■^ BarthwKito, Wllliiun, coUege Bervuit 
^^^m Uartjn Junes, l&bDurer 


Congregational Chf^wL 


^H Fotler, 'William, rtdwi's assistant 
^^B Caapman, ThuinaH, laboDrer 


Larkins, Daffl-el, tailor 


Btailine, John, bird catcher 


Congregational Sunday Schotil 
ClarEe, Joseph Jno,, ^eaer 
Attwood, Robert, labourer 


8 Bright, labourer 

9 Endersby, David, sawyer 




GARDEN WALK. 


ID Foreman, Charles, bricklayer 
II Dear, Jamea, gardener 


Johnson, Rev. R. A. 


It Hunt, Henry J., college servant 




13 Terniany, George, college servant 

14 Thompson, Mrs. 


Bradford, Jno., head cook a( 


Clare College 
Whibley's can die factory 
Hawkes, J., foreman 
Kettle, S., head cook at J«ai 


15 Wilderspin, lames, baker 

16 Austen, Robert, boot closer 

17 Clarke, Frederick, porter 

18 Parsons, William S., cook 


19 Parkinson, William, postman 
^^ 20 Fenner, James, bricklayer 


colleRe 


Stokes, Rev, A, S., M,A,,cliiX 


^H ai Flack, Jno., "Horse and Gate" 


cesan inspector of schools, 


^^B 33 — 


Moore, George, French polisher 


^^■33 Headdy, Miss 


Boon, Philip, boot closer 


■^■H 


1^^^^ 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRLDGE. 


rforw Road {continued). 


VltTTOHIA. AaYLUH. 




Lettsi A, bloQk 


lAFTON TERRACE. 


DicksoD, OharleB 


9S, Miss, general shop 
h, Robert, porter 


Matthews, Ulm Anne 
Lrtlsr B 




Sm^'- 


Us,ldr5. 


Lawton, Mm. 


mpson, WiUiain 


Bmlon, Robert 


lEon, Thomas, tailor 


£mBOD,lfia, 
RioJarJson, Mrs. 


ghton, Mrs. 




AURA COTTAGES. 


Xukup, Uis. 



npson, Arnold 

, Thomas M., salidlor's clerk 

is, James, shopman 

lUlTER'S TERRACE. 

□send, Mrs. 

■ter, Mrs. 

ler, Jabez, caipenler 

ns, William, shopman 

i, John, Victoria Brewery 

[MROSE TERRACE. 
Quinse, Jno. Thomas, painter 
Clear, Cbarles, cook 
Austen, Mrs. 
waidn, Thomas 
Hawkes, C. J., shopman 
Dallon, James, boot doser 
Freocb, Jno., miller 

SLEYAN TERRACE. 
:i, Charles, carpenter 
ers, George, brewer's man 
T, Arthur, college servant 
, Samuel, carpenter 

E, Charles, carpenter 
William, labourer 
ler, J., bnilder, Victoria Works 
I, tames, brick merchant 
, the Misses 

', John Quick, carpenter 
1, Henrv, carpenter 
ndson, 'Charles, Pitt Press 
s, Charles, carpenter 
I, Jaines, brick maker 
en, J., upholsterer 



Letter Q 

WiUiams, Jno. 

Worby, John, porter of Asylom 
Hattersly, William, grocer 
Whitely, William, under- 



Collingwood, James, librarian 
at Barnwell branch of free 

MIUJOAK'S COTTAGES. 
PDolmsQ, Uiis S. 0. 
Bf 11, ■WUliam, Ubonrer 

riEcheri George, waiL^r 

Brjwn, Josepb, DupeDteT 
Banulrj, Mrs. 
Vajtia. Charles, bo&t builder 
Bolder, Mrs. 

BACK OF SCALES'S HOTEL. 



3 Last, Robert, muHcal instmniBnt 

3 nichardson, Willi&Di, uphDlateier 

4 Bales, WiUiaai 
Purkis, Mrs. 

Abbs, Thomas C, lamplighter 

Osden, Mr., commercial traveller, 
Oriel Villa 

— Oakleigh Villa 

Whibley, Gegrge Hubble, com- 
mercial traveller 

Beriton, Mark, tailor 

Nunn, Joshua, tailor, Albert Cot- 
tage 

Shepherd, Mrs., Burleigh Cottage 

Allen, George, grocer and draper, 
Grove Cottage 



rficlaria Road (conUnued). 
Delpb, Mr., clerk 
Endeisby, Charles, butdiei and 
milkman 
Disbury, W., college servant 
Gnujlmell, miliam T. 
\cri ii AlbsTl atnt. 
Sandlield, Mrs., laundress , 
BRIGHTWELL BUILDINGS. 

1 Moore, Mrs. 

2 McLeod, Hugh, agent for 
Dy3on & Sons, breweis 

BELL'S 0OTTAOE8. 
Tom, -Williimi, collage Mrranl 

Bmlth. fiobfM, blackEmitta 
Allen, Un. 

FISHER STREET. 

1 High, Zachariah, bricklayer 

2 Besler, H. W., clerk 
Maynard, George, photographer 
Pilgrim, Edgar, cabinetmaker 
Gamer, Ingle, carpenter and joiner 
Dickson, W., waler-rate collector 

BOURNE VILLAS. 
2 Baker, Thomas 
I Hurry, Jno., painter and glazier 

CHAFY'S VILLAS. 
1 Gent, James, tailor 
I Nichois, Thomas, cabinetmaker 

S. LUKE'S TERRACE. 



4 Simpkins, Charles W. 

3 Ibbetson, Mr. 

J Leele, "Walter 

I Williams, F., baildet 

S. JAMES' TERRACE. 
1 1 Skeef, Alfred, taDor 
lo Pieken, Mrs. 

9 Tomlii^n, George L., tailor 

8 Dovey, WiUiam, cook 

7 Williams, F. 

6 Papworth, Mrs. Sarah 



'S STKEET AND GENERAL 



to 



J Larkins, Daniel C, college deA 

4 Eviins, Fredk. Z., head cook S. 

Peter's CoUege 

3 Revell, Mrs. 

1 HaU, Robert Wniiam, cock 

I Wing, James, clerk 
Chapman, Mis., Vicloiia Cottage 
Hinson, Frederick, "Blackaniool's 
Head" 

9 Bradford, Thomxs, brewer's man 

8 Smee, James, tailor 

7 Tuffill, Edward, tailor 

6 Apthorpe, Jonathan, coOqe ser- 

5 Dring, Mr., shopman 

4 Burgess, William, gardener 

3 White, John, giDcer's aasistanl 

1 Germany, Walter, tailor 

I Ellis, Mrs. 
Peters, Mis. 

Robinson, William, shDcmalKi 
Jameson, James, gardener 
Smee, George J., tailor 
Gatland, Matthew, coachman 

VIOTOHXA 

I Copping, Edws 

I Robinson, James, coUege porter 

3 Barton, George C, clerk 

4 Robinson, Mrs. Lydia 

5 Ginn, Samael, acconntanl 

6 Smith, HeDry,cook at TrinilyHiB 

7 Brown, Jermyn, bookbinder 
Tompkins & Son's Yard 

9 Stonebridge, Richard, tailor 
[O Clarke, Robert, college BemDt 
[ [ Sargeant, William E., dnk 

[2 White, Mark, butler 

13 Bowman, John, upholsterer 

14 Hunt, Joseph, harness maker 

15 Radford, Ezra, tailor 
l5 Smith, Thomas, builder 

17 Wright, Frederick, boCchet 

18 Cowell, Daniel R. 

19 Robson, Thomas, by derk of 

King's CoUege 

10 Stanley, John 

il Neai, Wm., commercial ttaveller 

21 Webb, Walter J. 

23 Horrex, Thomas, lodging han^e 



plumber acd 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



WABEWOBTH STB£ET, 

Park Side. 

1 Wood, Thomas M., teacher of 

music, Loughmoe House 

2 Smart, Mrs. Fanny 

3 Royston, Joseph 

4 Robinson, Mrs. Mary A. 
Youngman, James S. 

5 Granger, Mrs. Hannah 

6 Sturton, Joseph A., oil mer- 

7 Fumer, Charles H,, student 

8 Fulcher, Robert, teacher of 

practical engineering 

9 Wiles, Joseph B., M.A.,school- 



WELLINQTON STREET, 

HlBvnaa.T'kst Road. 
I SiTflr, GflorgB, gndn foreman 
! SUiliim, Ann 
I Eo»s, aeatgt I., pensioner 

S CrMk,°Mri.'?, laim'irtM '""°"' 

9 Uortui, Edvord, Isboiirer 

f HindiAS, SamuBl, painter and gUeier 



if ^'^'"••P'"! B™vd digger 
tl Uom, Gflflrge, oaj-ptintBr 
" ?«iker, Robert, labourer 

TlHk, CharleB, E., palntar 

fnr, Ui9. Ann, charwomon 

t I) Gage, Mrs. Elimbetb, imikeepi 




29 MatihewB, williUD N., coHogB lemmt 

S. John's ChuToh. 

33 Day, Geotge, briokUj-er 
ii ETeritt, Frank, liLbourtr 
as WiUdo, Oharlei, platalayBr 
16 Kij, Jemima 

Comwoll, Cbarles. ginger bser maker 
Wadsworth, J. & Son, soda water 
and lemonade manufactory 

43 Pauley, Juhn, plateUjei 

44 SbaUsm, Juosh. Ikctory man 
i5 Say^, George, railway man 

WEST ROAD, 

Ifewnham. 
Cawcutt, Miss Mary 
Lilley, William Eaden 
Clay, Charles John, M.A., J.P., 

capt. U.R.V.C,,West House 
Carver, Edmund, M.A., M.B., 

Holm Leigh 
Going, Philip.capt. Royal Navy 
Hillier, Frank, nurseryman, 

Gonville Nursery 
Reynell, Rev. Raynell, V.C, 

M.A., LL.M., King's Choir 

School 

WHEELER STREET. 

1 Makins, Charles, harness 

2 Beales & Co., implement 

manufacturers 
PAnaoifs COURT. 

X Bu1lack,'0Dnr1ei,banlieT>9 clerk 
4 Poridh, Seymour, ojachmaa 

Com Exchange. 
Pike, Ebenezer, custodian 

Free Iilbrary 

Pink, John, Uirarian 

9 & lo Hills & Sons, carvers and 

gilders 
1 1 Philo, John, cabinetmaker 
Lockington, John, \ '' 





I Case, James, bricldaj^r 
1 Dean, Mis. Rebecca, charwoman 
3 Charles. Mrs. Martha, charwDmaTi 
^ Wing, David, painter's labauier 
i Royston,Henry,joumeynian baker 



5 Royston, Henry, j( 

6 Barton, John, life 



P 



7 jHcdride, Frances, hiuadress 

B Williamson, William, coal mer- 

9 Holt, Heniy, shoemaker 
Mole, Jos., whitesmith's labourer 
Mole, Hannah, shirt maker 
D Thurbon, Henry J., house painter 
I Freeman, Mrs. Ann, basket maker 
I McBride, Miss Elizabeth, general 
shopkeeper 

3 Martin, Chas., (lairyman'slabourer 

4 Morriss, Covill, working gardener 

5 Whitehead, Mrs. Mary Ann, col- 

lege servant 

6 Cliapman, Mrs. Esther, college 

7 Jackson, Joseph, railway servant 
Cole, John E., college servant 

8 Brigga, Mrs. Emily, dressmaker 
g Woods, Frederick, boots at hotel 



GARDEN COTTAGES. 



3 Patman, John, engine driver at 

4 Corder, Henry, cabinetmaker 



Marsh, Lazarus, police constable 
Lucas, Robert C, paperhanger 

11 Hewish, Richard, tailor 

12 Sterling, George, whitesmith 

23 Matthews, Mrs. Elizabeth, college 

14 Brown, Henry, college kitchen 

25 Smith, Herbert, painter 

z6 Sterling, Mrs. Susan 

ly Morley, Christopher, bricklayer 



33 Clarke, William H., bricklayer 

34 Davis, Frederick G., iniUfTnan 

35 Eluer, Daniel, bricklayer's labontcr 
Bullis, HeuTy, shoemaker 

36 Atldn, Mrs. Emma, dressmaker 



WlliOW -WALK. 

t Nightingale, Philip P., fly pro- 

3 Bond, James, ironmonger 
i CrawJey, Charles W., builder 
j Cowley, Charles E., painter 
a Ciawley, Mrs. Maiy A., diesi' 

7 Wheleiuan, Mis. W.; lodging 

house keeper 
B Plessance, Albert W., plumber, 

glaiier, and house decorator ' 
9 Austin, Miss Elizabeth, laundress 
3 Richard, Edward, carpenter ' 

I Whetton, Edward, photographer 
3 Gi^ins, Mrs. Isabella, b^ nukei 
3 Levett, Charles, tailor 
f Rooke, Harry, plumber 

5 Barber, Richard, tailor 

6 Lealdns, Wm., whitesmith 

; Hayward, Thomas, publican, 
"Willow Tree" 

8 Hewitt, Rimble, draper 



YOBK STBBET. 



& 3 Endersby. David, grocer 
Morley, Georee, railway guard 
Nicholls, William, baker 
Hayden, Henry, labourer 
Crane, John, maltster 
Porter, Charlotte E., baker 
Melbourne, Matilda 
Loomes, William, fireman 
Huncll, William, fitter's asEtslanl 
Cook, George, plasterer 
Rowson, Joseph 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



15 Graves, Haiiiel, nuise 
!7 AylMi, Sarah 

ErweU, Eliza S. 
39 Bowers, George, brewer's man 
]l Emmines, Charles, tailor 
32 King, Jolm, labourer 
35 Simmonds, Arthur, porter on 

G.E.R. 
37 Honadine, Cropley, railway car. 

39 North, Cornelius, shunter on 

G.E.R. 
41 Knott, Alfred F., truck greaser 
43 Cornwall, James, railway guard 
4S Parr, John, coal porter 
47 Parr, Charles, coal porter 
49- 

S' Hall, Albert W., ticket collector 
S3 Howe, Geo^e, labourer 
55 Allensby, IHioBias, railway cir- 

57 Bendail, Thoa. B., railway porter 
59 CbaSis, Cliarles, railway guard 
61 Harvey, Frank, shunter On 

G.E.R. 
63 Weaves, John, coal carman 
65 Polmdine, Henry, carman 
'7 Taylor, Wimam, bricklayer 
69 Jeeves, Louis, plasterer 
7' Reed, Hannah 
73 Gardner, Josh., porter 
75 IfaJl, Henry, grocer's porter 
'" , James, brewer's man 
Jno., labourer 

_ .Edith 

l^omas, lireman 

_^ (e, Samuel, baker 

87 Mortimer, James, hawker 

59 Coi^table, Jabez, post messenger 

103 Biyant, George, tailor 

105 Green, Wilimra, shunter on 

G.E.R. 
107 Gaunt, Saul, coal porter 
lij Taylor, Joseph E., bricklayer 
129 MiitciD, Jo^h, groom 
■31 EveritC, John, sawmill hand 
133 Summerlin, George, groom 

Mayle, Betsy 
135 Priner, Mary 
137 Atgent, Jno., coal porter 



139 Clark, Jonathan, carpenter and 
141 Bunnett, Jacob, paper hanger 

FULLER'S WALK. 

1 Sharman, George, labourer 

2 Smith, David, gardener 
134 Pope, Elliot, wood c; 
tjz Eladon, Joseph, ston 
130 Brooks, William, railway porter 
128 Barley, William, labourer 

126 Payton, Jno. W., labourer 

u5 Bunting, G. W,, dealer in lire- 

Boom aad Sunday School for 
Toutha, 

no Crow, George, cowkeeper 

98 Hulyer, Robert, coal dealer 

g6 Decks, Francis 

go Pinner, Frederick, labourer 

88 Carter, James, engine driver 

78- 

;6- 

74 Baker, EUzabelh 

72 Stailey, Elizabeth, dressmaker 

70 While, John 

68 Hight, Harry, printer 

66 Pettit, William, plumber. &c. 

64 Rutter, Walter, carpenter 

62 Marsh, Thomas, labourer 

60 — 

58 Scriven, George, tailor 

56 B^nsom, Henry, labourer 

54 Barton, John, tailor 

52 Rocket, Susan 

JO Chilley, Henry, dealer 

45 Daffen, Elizabeth M. 

46 Gladwcll, Thomas, bricklayer 
44 Crown, David, bricklayer 

42 Wilderspin, James, coach maker 

36 Franks, Charlotte 

34 Clark, Thos.L., tramcar conductor 

Clark, James S., grocer 
32 Barryman, George, carpenter 
30 Pawley, Robert F., boder maker 
28 Brown, Robert, gas stoker 
26 Meadmore, Elizabeth 
24 Prime, George, labourer 
22 Moule, Phecbe, dressmaker 
20 Gray, Charles, caqjeuter's labourer 
18 Riguall, WiHiam, ^deos^ 



SPALDING'S DIRBCTOIiy OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Ytrll Street fcontimudj. 
16 Long, Arthur J., painler 
14 Pye, ■William G., bricklayer 
II R ill Im an, Sydney, waiter 
10 Tomlin, Maria 

5 Abbott, William G., tailor 

6 Newman, Thomas, labourer 

4 Payne, Henry J .," carpenter and 

a Sununerlin, Josh. H., carpenter 



TOBK TEBKAOE, YORK STKE&I. 
e, IteDJunin, c 



irljirke, IteDJunin, carpoiteT imd joii 
Bqli, Harry, rHJIvny £remao 
liSpp, dharlH, brewei'i mu 



S Ufde. Cliwliia, ei 



6 QaroriniU, Hmnr, branf a tmh 
" Arnold, Bdbert, Q.KIt. rifnalmu 
LDokery, Witter, MiyenUt 
Beard, John J-, rmiJw^ porlir 



ICjiile, Alliert, utiiteniulh 

WEtUia, Louiu 

LinwlD, Junea, lajlwa.; porter 
a HiTTe;, Thsmu. Ijilnurer 
% Levia, Qwrnj. porler 
e Buntiiig, Boliert, ihunter 
D Uutin, fiicliucl. labourer 
1 Brignall, Adolphiu 
3 Uuiurd, Bcmjamlii, eupentet A l^w 




ASSIFIED TRADES AND PROFESSIONS. 



Accountants' 
^., S. Botolph-lone 
h^les K., 73, King.street 
Tunes, Com Excbange-street 
fosiah, Alexandta-stieet 
Rufiis, 2% Regent-street 
reotge P., 33, Caatle-street 
osepli (chartered accountant), 
le-crescent 

id, James, 3, Parket-street 
foka S., Mill-road 
& Day, Sussex-street 
lobert, Downing-Btreet 
c Purchaa, 63, Sidney-street 
J&Bd C, University Stores, 

Edwin J., 10, New- square 

ta— Goal and CoUieT;. 

See Coal Merchants.) 

icultaraj Implement 
L&ctnrers and Agents. 



tlanltiea, Dealers in. 

!i Simpson, 3, S. Mary's 

Mrs. Ann, 45, Hyde-park 

ren, 2, 3 & 4, Christ's-lane, 
I, Petty-cury 
obert, 7, Kuig's-parade 
dge, Walter, 28. Green-st 
y, Charles, 18, Hobson-at 



Architects. 

Bays, Edwin, 5, Sidney- street 
Elbouine, HenryG., 10, Panton-stteet 
Fawcett, W. M., Silver-street 
Robb & Morley, 1 , Downing-place 
Rowe, Ricliard Reynolds, 10, Em- 
manuel-street 
Smitii & Rooke, 7, Green-street 
Waters, Frank, Etmnanuel-street 

Artists. 

Farren, Miss M., 20, S. Andrew-street 
Farren, Robert, 20, S. Andrew-street 
Genn, William H., 29, Newmarket- 

Goodenough, Charles, 4, Regent- 
Miller, Frederick R., 7, Bridge-street 
Redfam, William Beales, Inveruglaa- 

house. Park-side 
RoystoD, R, R. (Heraldic), 10, King. 

SpeecMcy, Claude, 30, Trumpington- 
Wood, D., School of Ait, Guildhall 

Arbiat's Ooloarmen. 
Dixon, Thomas, 20, S. Andrew's- 

Farren, W., Market-street 
Leach, Fredk., King's-parade 
Roe, Robert, 14, idng's-paiade 

Auctioneers, Land. House, and 

Estate Agents, 
Bidwell. Messrs., u. Mill-lane, and 

at Ely 
Catling, James, Com Exchange-street 



Ami 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



Paris 
f Swai 

^^^" Btl 
f Wrif 



Aucliorueri, Land, House, and Estate 

Agents (continued, . 
Chalk, H. P. & J., 13, Perobroke- 

Gtain & Long, z, S. Andrew's- hill 
Hult, F. C, 99, Castle-street 
Totias, Tno. Carter, 17, Market-place 
livell, J.J. W., 7, S. Andrew's-streel 
irlcer, Fred, University Stores, S. 
Andrew' s-9treet 
Swan, Alfred C, University Stores, 
S. Andrew's-street 
ranOi Jno. & Son, 19, Sidney-slieet 
'allia, W. E. & W., 185, Easl-road 
"labey, Charles & Son, 34, Trinity- 
Wright, Thomas, 49, Batenian-street 

Baby Linen WarehonseB- 

Brown & Newberry, TIic Misses, 06, 

Hoslop, The Misses, 8, Kiag's-pamde 
Mitchell, Mrs. Mary A., 133, Fitzniy- 



Wicks, Mrs. M. A., 8, Sidney-street 

Bacon and Ham Oarers. 

Hallack & Bond, I & J, GuildhaD- 

Jennings Brothcis. Peas-hill 
ukes, F., S, Cambridge-arcade 
Stajrling, Mis. Ehzabeth, 23, Bridge- 

Bonkers, 

Foster & Co., 14, Trinity-street 
London and Cannty Bank, 10, Benet- 

street. Sweeting, James Hanky S. 
Mortlock & Co., 15, Benet-slreet 
Penny Bank, Post Office Terrace 
Penny Bank, Newnham-street 
Savings' Bank, Sidney-street 

Bakers. 

Barnes, George R., 32, Sidney-sl 



Bridges, Edwin Jno., 90, RuskII- 

Bridges. Frederick C, 74, Gwydii- 

Bridges, Heniy T., 14, Union-road 
Bridges, Jno., 106, Russcll-streel 
Bright, Edwin, 18, Maid's-canseioi; 
Brown, George, X, Bridge-street 
Butler,- Mrs. Louisa, 56, Castle-stiKl 
Clark, John, 17 & 18, Orchard-strrtl 
Clarice, Charles D., 16, Downing- 

Clutton, Jno. G., 33 & 34, East-ro»l 
Cook, William, 19, Paoton-street 
Collier, W. T., 53, Panton-streel 
Coulson & Bevis, Clareodoo-streel 
Croriet, Joseph, 27, Norwich-stieel 
Dyer, John, North-terrace 
Emmerson, S. & Henry J.. SI, 

Clarke t- place 
Fletcher, David, 65, S, Andrew"*- 

French, Waffis, 39, Newmaikel-road 
Fuller, Mrs., 45, Sidney-street 
Fnnge, John James, 60, Bridge-street 
Gray, William, 52, Trumpington-sliee' 
Hawkins, George, 19 & xo, Fitaoj- 

HawMns, Plume, I, Station-road 
Hunt, J. T., 2, Fitzroy-streel 
Ingrey, C., Ro^e-crescent 
Johnson, Charles H., 65, King-atreet 
tuler, Charles J., 36, NorTolk-atreel 
Kirkup, Henry, 6, Nelson-tenMC. 

Chesterton-road 
Eegge, George, 3!, Bridge-slieet 
Legge, Thomas, ri, Fitzroy-streel 
Ma^eet, Mrs. Louisa, 216 & ll|< 

Newmarket -road 
Moden, Robert, 16 & 17, City-road 
Mowlnn, Alfred, Chesterton-road 
Neeve, Richard, 31, Histon-road 
Newman, George, 41, TrumpiDgtoli- 



dalen . . 
Pilgrim. Jessie, 9, Sturton-street 
Pryor, Henry, I , Jesus-terrace, I 

Reeve, Robert, 17, Albert-5l 
Chesterton-road 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Baiters (contittued). 
Risley, Herbert, Histon-raad 
Royston, Hony, J, Searle-strael 
totda-roed 



Spence, George, [8, Norfolk-street 
Stokes, George, 68 & 69, Fitiioy- 

stieet 
Thompson, Herbert A., 8, Pound-hiJl 
Thurslon, WiUiam, 26, S. Andrcw's- 

street 
Turner, Ezra, 167, Newmarket-road 
TVler, Eoglisli, 37, S. AndrewVstteet 
WaUis, WiUiam R., 6, Castle-street 
Wajd, Benjamin, 5, Covent -garden 
Ward, Charles, 26 k ij, Adam and 

Eve-Street 
Ward, Frank, 155, Gwydir-stteet 
Wa^d, Frank, 15, Mill-roid 
Ward, William S., 60, Newmarket- 

Wilby, WiUinm, S, Derby-street 
Wilderspin, GeorEC, 9, Green-stieet 
Wright, James, 83, King-street 

Basket Makers and Cane 
Workers. 

Bowman, George. 12, King-atteet 
Hutt. Henry, 3, Peas-hiU 
Shiivc, John, 4, Sidney-street, and 
Guildhall-stieet 

Bath Proprietors. 

Bryant & Co., Galvanic, 19, Market- 



Berlin Wool and Fancy 

Bepositories. 

Browne, Miss Isabelle, 7, Sidney-street 
Camps, Misses E. A. and ii., 33, 

Grealhead, T. W., 18, King's-parade 



rket-place I 

35, Petty-cory ^ 



Johnson, H., 20, Market-place 
Morris, Adeline, 3 ic 35, Petty-cory 
PhilUps, Miss E. M., 57, S.Andrew's. 

Saul, James P., u. Sidney-street 
Sharman, H. F., Market-place 
Tavemer & Co., 37, Regent-street 
Wiltshire, Mrs., 8, Rose-crescent 

Bicycle Maker and Afent. 

Howe, John, 12 i 13, Regeol-stieet 
BiU Poster. 

Skeels, John Wilham, lo, Downing- 

Billiard Boome. 

Brown, Mrs. Eleanor, 12, Ram-yard 
Drew, F.p Market-passage, University 

Billiard Rooms 
Dyball, Robert W., ?, Bridge-street 
Edwards, Alfred, 16, S. EdwardV 

passage 
Harris, G. B., 17, Trinity-street 
Newman, Joseph, Guildhall-street 
Newman, Joseph John, 
Rich, John, King-street 
Sanders, Jfrs. S., 7, Benel-street 
Thomas, F., ^i, Jeans-lane, the Uni- 

veisity Park Bilhard Rooms, 62j, 

Park-stteet 
Thompson, Henry, Bridge-street 
Webb, James, 3, Market-street 
Winship, Joseph, "Bird Bolt," 30, 

S. Andre w's-street 

BlackamitliB. 

Cartwright, W., Jordan's-yard 
Dent, G. G., King-street 
Songer, Roger, 17, Silver-stree 
Waters, George, S. Tibbs-row 
Wheatly, Jno., 79, East-road 

Boat Bnilders. 

Ixigan, Jno., Chesterton-road 

Rutt, Alfred Logan, 6, AJbert-sireei, 

Chesterton- road 
Rutt, F. K., 13, Albert-street, Ches- 



I 



Strange, Isaac, Chestei . 
Waites, C, Chesterton-road 
■Winter, F., Feny-path 






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SPALDING'S STREET AND CENEKAL 



Bookbindera. 
Cballice. W. T., 23, Jeaua-line 
Cox. Arthur, 18, S. John's-slreet 
Gray, John Phillips, 10, GtEen-atraet 
Hawes, Benjamin, 14, S. Edward's- 

pafBige 
Hawes, Jno. Bird, 30, Green-street 
Mmms. Frederick, 5, Snssei-street 
Sayers & Wilson, S, Bcnet-street 

BookBellerB and Stationsra. 

7%oiE nurted 1 art PublUhtri. 
Balder, William O., 24, Magdalene- 



Dixon, Thoma?, 9, Market-street, and 

20, S. Andrew '5- street 
t Hall & Sons, 51, Trurapington-street 
Hajwood, Frederick, l;i,Benet-5treet, 

and I, Free-school-Ianc 
Halt, J. S., »9, Tiimly-street 
t Johnson, EUjah, 30, Tiinily-street 
Jolmson, Harry, 28, Petly-cuir 
t Jones Sc Piggott, (late Rinngton), 

lO, Trinity-street 
Ladd, Heniy S., Trinity-slreet 
LinsdcQ, W. R., King-street 
tMacmillan& Bowes, i.Trinity-atreet 
+ Metcalfe, W, & Son, 9, Tnoity-st. 
Parker, H., 8, Pembroke-street 
Severs, Richard Imnan, 21, King's- 

Sluive, John, 4, Sidney-street 
t Spalding, W. P., 43, Sidney-street 
Tomlin, Heiuy, 73, Bridge-street 
Tomlin, Willinni, 24, Trinity-street 
Waffis, Heniy .William, 24, Sidney- 



Boot and Slioe Makers- 

Banham & Son, 37, Green-street 
Barnard, Rulh, 9, S. Andrew's-streel 
Beamiss, William G., 30, Hills-road 
Beer, Charles, 1*5, Fitzroy-street 



Blacktop, Samoel, 72a, Castle-street 
Bloom, Harrictte, 12, King's-paiade 
Bull, G., 5 and 6, JFltzroy-street 
Caddy, George, 3. Goildliall-place 
Cash, Isaac, 66, Newmarket-road 
Cave, Thomas, 36, Sidney-street 
Challice, Tom Morgan, 2, Green-street 
Charoberla;n,Thomas,4i,CastIe-Streel 
Chapman, John, 19, Orchard-street 
Chapman & Thrassell, l8, Sidney- 

Dewbeny, George, 47, Sidney-street 
Dewberry, James, 1, Rose-crescent 
Flack & Sons, 9, Bridge-street, and 

at London and Oxford 
Frisby.John, 11, Little S. Maiy's-Iane 
Fromant, J. A., Green-street 
Frost, Henry J., 34, Tnimpingtoil-st 
Gray, Thoma5, 3 & 4, Sussex-Street 
Hamilton, Willmm, 24, Pctty-cniy 
Haynes, Eheneier, 26, Norwidi-street 
Holmes, William, 44. Panton-stttel 
Juler, G.. 10, Rose-crescent 
Lanley, Charles, 1 1 & 1 1, Coronatioii- 

Lee, Heniy, 68. S. Andrew'a-stteet 
Liles, Benjamin, :7&l8,Fitzroy-BtrEet 
Mattiews, George, 11, Cross-street, 

Covent-garden 
Mynott, Miss Annie, 115, Fltiroy- 

Nelson, George, 70, King-street 
Ogle, George, 60, Fitzroy-street 
Osbora, Algernon J. P., 14, Sidney- 
Palmer, W. T., Sidney-street 
Parker, John, 5, Market-street 
Parker, Thomas, Z, Peas-hill 
Pash, Daniel. 60, Sidney-street 
Pike, Jno., 14, Sussex-street 
Pilgrim, J., 40, HiBton-road 
Pressland, Miss A. & M., II, Pem- 

Rhodes, Henry, 37, Pet^-cuiy 
Robinson, J., All Saints-passage 
Saint, Philip, 5, Emmanuci-street 
Sherringham, William James, 34 

Maid's- causeway 
Starling, John, Jb, Park-street 
Taylor, William, 12, Norwich-street 
Tooby, Ehza Ann, 5, S. Maiy'l- 



Boot and Shoe Maiers (continued). 
Ward, Jacob, 2B, RnsseU -street 
Whiffen, Alfred, 13, Newmarket-road 
Wliite, Miss J., 69, Sidney-street 
White, Robineon William, «3 & 24, 

Market-place 
Wilsher, Daniel, 91, King-street 

Brawn MakerB. 

Jennings Brothers, 7, Peas-hill 
BrasietB and Tinmen. 

Dent, George G., 98, King-sti 



Macintosh, Alexander, Jj, Market- 
street, and at Sidney-street and 
Hills-rOBd 
Munns, W., no. King-street 
Palmer, Heniy, 43 and 48, Bradmore- 

Ptyor, Charles, 6, Benet-streel 
SMpp^, George Augustus & Son, 

5a, Sidney-street 
"WilKamson, Edward, 48, Burleigh- 

street 
Williainson, George, 30 and 31, King- 

Brewers. 

Aplhorpe, William Henry, Coronation- 



Bailey, F^dcrick, "Star" Brewery, 

Newmarket-road 
Brewty, William, l. Earl-street 
Brown, William Busgate, Paradise- 
Bullock, George, Priory Grange, New- 

marliet-toad 
Carroll, George, "Alma" Brewery, 

Norwich-street 
Cowlhom, William, "Rhadegimd" 

Biewery, James-street 
Constable, John F., " Falcon " 

Bteweiy, Eari-street 
Cowell, Frederick, Mill-road 
Crisp, Frederick, 3 1 , Fit/.roy-streel 



Davis & Son, Fanton-sl 
Dyson & Son, Chestertc 
Ekin & Sons, Uagdaleo 






Modcn, Henry, 69, S. Andrew 'a- street 
Moyes, Andrew H., "lion Hotel," 

6, Petty-cury 
Newman, Joseph Jphn, 25, Hills-road 
Pegg, Henry, 33, Newmarket-road 
Purser, Heniy, 43, S. Andrew's- street 
Potts, William, s> Quay-side and 

Thompson's-lane 
Prj'or, Edward & Co., "Victoria" 

Brewery, AJbert-street 
Scales, George, 7, King-street 
Sheldrick, James, " Prince of Wales " 

Brewciy, Chnrch- street 
Swann. Edwin William, 5, Hobsoa- 

Swaiin, Frederick, 55, East-road 
Towler, William, 14, Newmarket-road 
Warboys, Benjamin, s, James- terrace, 

Newmarket-road 
Wootlen, James A., '■ King's Head " 

Breweiy, 19, Castle-street 
Worboys, William, 1 20, Slurton-stteet 

Brick and Tile Merchants. 

Bealcs & Co., Newnham 
Covin, J., Giantchester-lane 
Honour, George, i. Nelson-street, 

Chesterton-road 
Redding & Son (late Gray & Son), 

Tennis Conrt- terrace. Tennis Court- 
Watts & Son, 61, Regent-street 

BnildaTB, &c. 
Adams Brothers, Newnham-Etreet 
Alderton, Miss, 17, Union-road 
Attack, B., 9, King-street 
Bell, William it Sons, 75. Castle-street 
Bennett, J. & Sons, Belmont-place, 

Kmg-Btieet 
Bland, Morris, 81, Newmarket-road 
Briggs, D., 39, Jesos-lane 
Brockett, Alfred, 55, Kingston-street 
Bnrbage, Wilham, 104, King-street 
Burwick, Frederick, 30, Clarendon- 
Buttress, Thomas, 91. Russdl-street 
Charter, J., Victoria Works, Victoria- 
Chapman, WiUiam, 12, Free School- 




, Bmilderi, Gfc. ("eontiitucd). 

'., George, Chestcrton-road 
Coulstm, William, Burleigh-street 
Crawley, Charles, old "Red Lion" 

yard, Bridge-slreel 
Denmn, John R., Emery Villa, Mill- 
Drake, William, 4, Broad-slreet 
Fnlcher, Benjamin, 15, Victoria-road 
Hall, William F., I, James-temce, 

Newmarket-road 
Harding, G., 30, Norwich-street 
Hicks, Alfted, 47, City-road 
Hicka, Jamea, 51, City-road 
Jarvis, G., Silver-street 
Kidman, Charles, 106, Fitzroy-alreet 
Lambert, George William, Derby- 

Langfoid, Abraiiam, I, Henley-road, 

Coldham-lane 
Lowings, Frederick, 130, Slurlon-st, 
Lowings, Joseph, 93, Filitoy-street 
Mason, William G., 34/1, Coronation- 

Mms, G. E., Bridge-road, Cheaterton- 

Oates, James, z, Portland-place 
Pale, William, 29, S. James-street 
Pettit, David, Green-streel 
Prime, Thomas H., 27, Burleigh-street 
Ratlce & Kett, Hills-road 
Redding, John S., 18, John- street, 

Cily-toad 
Redmng & Son (late Gray & Son], 

Temus Conrt- terrace, Tennis Court- 
Reeve, B., Union-terrace 
Rickard, James, 35, S, Andtew'a- 

street 
Rootham, L., 77, King-stieet 
Roj'al Brothers, 40, Clarendon-street, 

and John-street, City-road 
Seymour & Sons, 67, S. Andrew's 

Sindall, W., S, Com Exchange-street 
Slater, G., 83, King-street 
Taylor, Charles, 12, Tennis Court-toad 
Thoday, Francis & Son, Hilla-road 
Tompkins, James & Son, 6, Em- 
manuel-road 
Turner, Henry, 5 & 6, Regent- 



Unwia, H., MUton-road 
Williams, F., 1, S. Luke's 

Victoria-road 
Wright, Charies, 31, Norwich-streei 
Yarrow, Stephen, 6a, Stnrton-Btreet 

BntdieTa, 

Atkins, Thomas, 53, Norwich-slreel 
Bidwell, Mrs. Annie, 10, Northamp- 

Bidwel), Mrs. Emma. 88, CasIle-streEl 
Bidwell, Thomas, 105, East-road 
Bidwell, Thomas, junior, 50 and 51, 

Brand, Henry, 3, Hiaton-road 
Briggs, John, 84, Riissell-Etreet 
Brown, Joseph, 8, Jamea-teinice, 

Newraarket-road 
Bulman, Edward, 33, Hills-road 
Chapman, William, 45, Biidge-slrtH 
Clarke, Grorge, Petty-cury 
Clarke St Co., 13, Cambridge-aicadc 
Coulson, Prime T., 8 and 9, Sussu- 

street, and 190, East-road 
Dealty, John, 58 & 59, Newmarkel- 

Driver, John K., 9, Burleigh-street 
Enderslw, Charles, Victoria-road 
Evans, William B., 10, Market- 
passage 
Evans, William Joseph, 85, Casife- 

Glasscock, John, Junior, Barton-road 
Godlington, William, 179, Easl-mtd 
Goodliffe, Mrs. A. E., 26, Sidney- 
Hall, Samuel, 3;, Bridge-street 
Hancock, William, 9, Mill-road 
Haalop, John, 4, Sflver-etreet 
Hawkes, Walter, r4, Fitiiroy-sCreet 
Jacob, Thomas P., 78. Castle-slreel 

fider, Elizabeth, 70, Fitiroy-Street 
awrence, Frederick C, Maikel-pUcC 
Mugglelon, George, 40, F^tzroy-aliw' 
Palmer, R. B., 34, New-square 
Press, Jno., 17, Norfolk-street 
Redfara, Charles, 35, Fitiroy-stretl 
Redhead & Traylen, 55, Newmatket' 

Richardson, John, 1 1 , Northamplon- 



Butchers (coniinuedj. 



B, Beojamini Jj, Magdalene- 

xjt, James S., 51, Newmarkel. 

lan, Wm.. 30, Union-road 
igood, John, 37, Newmarket- 



gdaieDe-screeL 

iton, Jolin, n7, Fitziw-st 

aker, Ricliaid, 15, Doi 



Cab ProprietoTfl. 

Alex., 33, Green- street 

:e, W., "Castle" Hotel, S, 

[drewVstreet 

I, J., Chesteiton.road 

fis, Edward, "Hoop " Hotel, 

bert, Percy J., 9, Emmanuel-street 
alfe, S., (late J. Turner) Sidney- 



"Lion" Hotel, 6, 
itty-cuty 
es, Jphn A., "BuU" Hotel, Trump- 

imer, Esau, 3, Green-street 
■man & Co., Trinity- street 
t, William. 8, Short-streel 
aoBon, John, "Wrestlers" ton, 
stty-cuiy 

lers, Mrs. S., 7, Benet-street 
jerson, Stephen, 16, Earl-slreet 
■ 1, W., aS, Jesus-tane 

i, Mia. Ann, 6c, Hills-road 




OarpentsTB and Joinsrs. 



Bowling, John, .)6, Regent-street 
Gamer, Ingle, Victoria-road 
Henlh, Charles, 13, Fair-street 
Hills, Edwin J.. Peas-hill 
Hunt, Fredk., Fem Cottage, Hnnf- 

inedon-raad 
Jacob, George, 19, Hills-road 
Jarvis, John, Huntingdoo-road 
La Boie, Alfred, Peas-hill 
Merry, John, 1 1 , Malcolm-street 
Mills, R., Thompson's-lane 
Prime, Frederick, J 6, Bnrleigh-street 
Richard, James, 35, S. Andrew's- 

Stretdi, Edward John, II, Coldham- 

Wartwys, Matthew. 43, Castle-street 
Wilson, John, 34, Hunlingdon-road 
Wilson, Joseph B., z, Heidey-road, 

Coldham-lane 
Wright, Charles, 2, Quay-side 

Carpet Warehonsemen. 

Bulstrode, Christopher Slone, 38, 

Sidney-street 
Lffley, W. Eaden & Co., it, Marked-; 



Carriage Bnllders. 



Headly, E. & Son, {Waggon Builders) 

Com Enehange-slreet 
Hunnybun, Thomas & Son, 9, Sidr 






. Oarrers and Gilders. 

[5 & Sons, git JO, Wheelci- 
Fayne, H. C, Emmanuel-stt'eeC 
Roe, Robert, 14, King's-parade 
Tronghlon, John, 2, Benet-5lreet 

Oarrara— Wood- 

Ansell, James, 75, Tnimpin(rton-street 
Ballard, John, 4, Bodger's-passage, 

Bamsdale, George, 47, Norwich-street 
Cowman, Heniy Saggers, 85, Norwich- 

Laughlon, James, Hobbs'- passage. 

Bridge-street 
MilcheU, John, 28, Hooper-street 
Ratlee & Kelt, Hills-road 
Whittaker, Jno., King-street 

Cattle Dsalera- 
Blackwell, Edwin, 11, Coldham-Iane 
Brown, Samuel, 190, Xewmarket-roaJ 
PreBtati, Harvey, [63, Newniarket- 

Obeesemongers. 

Chemists aud Drueeists. 

BeiiU, G. £c Son, 25. Sidncv-street 
Bird, John H., S4, King-street 
Brj'ant i Co., 19, Market-street 
Campkin, Algernon S., 11, Kose- 



ffillett, Crabbe, 5, Peas-hill 
Greenwood, Dennis, 4, Pctty-cury 
Hardwick, Euphrates W. (Botanical 

Dispensary), 10, Petty-cury 
Heap, Edward, 138, G^dir-street 
Knight, Tas. West, 2, Hooper-street 
Lyon, WiUiam, 42, Sidney-street 
Onidge Sc Sussum, 6, Market-place 
Pain, Walter E., 13, Sidney-street 
Pearse, John, Trinity-street 
Peck, George, 30, Tiumpington-street 



Sturton Brothers, 119 & lao, Fitm^- 

street 
Sturton, Richard, 33, Bridge-street 
ThrosselljTohn, 116, Fituroy-streel 
Wright, Thomas, 44, Bridge-street 
Yeomans, John, 22, Petty-cury 

Chimner Sweeps. 

Franklin, William, 30, EdeD-street 
Game, William, 70, Newmarket-nud 
King, Frederick, Saxon-street 
Kirkup, Wiliium, 79, Ktng-strce! 
Odell, Wm., 5, Stm Ct., Newmaikel- 

Smith, George, 103a, King-street 
Whitmore, Wm., 94, New-strMt, 

East-road 
Wright, Francis, 67, Fitzroy-street 
Wyer, Geo. J., 47, Coronatiim-itreel 



Apthotpe, Geo., I, Market-street 
Balls, Fredk. S., 8, Market-place 
Barrett & Son, 30, Market-jjace, and 

3, S. Andrew's-hill 
Doo, James, 8, Trinity-street 
Hall, Josiah, 29, King-Street 
Matthew & Son, 20, Trinity-streel 
Smith, Robert, 167, East-road 
Thompson, Alfred, 70, S. AndrWi- 

Wheeler, Westley, 56, Bridge-streel 
Woollard Sc Hatlersly, 6, Trimty-Btrect 
Young, Sam!. Leggt., lar to H4' 
Fitzroy-street 

Ohiropodista- 

Bryant, Joseph B., 19, Market-sllHt 
Lacas, Henry, 25, S, Andrcw's-stiwt 

Clockma^ers- 

{Si^ Whtckmaktrs.) 
Clothiers- 

CoUin, George, i,^eas-hill 



Con 



table, John F. & Son, S, WSf 




Clothier! (continued). 
a & Son, IS, Petty-cnry 
in, William, 51, Sidnej-street 
r, John L, & Fredls., 7, Hob- 

uy, James, 105, Kitiroy-straet 
J. & Son, n, Market-slreet 
, Joshna, 58 & 59, Sidney-street, 
at Fore-Ml, Ely, 
B, WiUiani, 47. Burleigh-streel 

al Ifercliants, Colliery 

Asents, &c- 
ead, John, 24, Thompson' s-lime 
I, Wm., I, Downing-street, and 
S. Andrew' " 









a Co,, Newnham 
ISO, John, ij.New-cut, Chester- 
William, Caatie-strcet 
& Warren, t, S. Andrew's- 

agton, Robert R. Wllheta, 58, 
Ls-lane, and Agent for Cannock 
seCollieiyCo.,27, S.AndrewV 

1, James, 4, Norwich-street 

■ Bros,, Station-road 

, Wm. T., 7, Paradise-street 

nee & Son, iS, Bridge-street 

Fredk. Thomas, 6, Eastboume- 

ice. Hills-road 

ews, Benjamin, 19, Kingslon- 

ell, Benju. H., University Stores, 

, James, Agent for the Derby, 
:ester and Yorkshire Coal Co., 

)ctb, Henry, Caius-street, Covent 

■, Wm., Downing- terrace 
Ralph, 6, Milford-street 
1, Edwin William, 5, Hobson- 

i, Stephen, 154, Slurton-street 
r, James Odell, 18, Sidney-street 
ins, Geoi^e, 156, Gwydir-street 
i i Son, 61, Regent-street 



Coffee and Beading Boohlb. 

" Barnwell " Coffee Palace, Wariand, 

Ernest, East -road 
" George and Dragon " Coffee House, 

Belts, Philip, 69, Newmarket -road 
Ladies' Reading Room, Market-place 
Newnham Coffee and Reading Rooms, 

Newnham-street 
S, Giles' Coffee Rooms, Youngs, John 

Wm., 98, Castle -street 
'ThreeTuns,' 33, Market-place, Hardy, 

William SaviUe 
"Victoria" Coffee Tavern, Searle- 

slreet, Dodson, Wm. 



Oonfectlonera & Pastry- cookS' 

Barnes, George R., aj, Sidney-street 
Brigatti, Lome, 26, King-street 
Clarke, Chas. D., 16, Downing- terrace 
Conlson & Bevis, Clarendon-street 
Cox, Charles, tz, Fair-street 
Fisher, Frederick, 8, Herbert-street, 

Chesterton-road 
Fisher, J. E., 7, Market-stteet 
Hawkins, Plnme, 1, Station-road ■ 
Hewitt,Tliomas, 25, Magdalene-street - 
Ingtey, Charles, 9, Rose-cresce 
Johnson, Chas, H., 65, King-street 
Knightly, Joseph, 66, Trumpington- 

Marriott, J. G., 1, 2, 3 & 4, Cambridge- 
Nixon, Wm., 26, Petty-cuiy 
Page, Thomas, 118, Fitzroy-street 
Pilgrim, Jessie, 9, Sturton-street 
Prior, Henry, I, Jesus-terrace, New- 
Prior, Mrs. Elizth., 8i, Castle-street 
Rutter, Robert, 10, Sidney-st 
Scrafield, Mrs. Charlotte, zo, Matket- 




Thurston, Mia., 14, Market-sti 
Thurston, Wm,, 26, S.Andrew's-street • 
Tyler, English, 37, S. Andrew's-street 
Tyler, Enghsh, 39, Regent-s( 
Woods, Thomas, 118, ''='- 




SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



BariKT, Chas., Sidney Coll., Buridgb- 

Bradford, John, Clare College, Garden- 
walk, Victoria-road 

Bnivet , Chas. Adotphe D^irg. "Prince 
of Wales" restaurant, 20, Sidney. 



Camps, Geo. N., Pembiobe College, 

64, Eden-street 
Cash, Edwin, S. John's CoHeee, 
Searle rtreet 

Clarke, Wm. J., 6J, Thompson 's-lane 

Cullum, Fredk. F., Christ's College, 
Christ Vlane 

Evans, F. Z., S. Peter's College, 
Victoria-road 

Fuller, Alfred, Trinity Hidl, 9, Bruns- 
wick-walk 

Fuller, John, Caius College, Hunting- 
don-road 

Harvey, David,S.CBtb8rine'BColIege, 
Histon-road 

Hudson, Philip S., Trinity College, 
Hills-road 

Kettle, S., Jesus College, Garden- 
walk, Victoria-road 

Kingsnorth, Thos. B., Downing Coll., 
Melboutne-place 

Lawrance, James, King's College, 
King's Liie 

Porcheron, E. A., Corpus Christi Coll- 
ege, +8, JesiK-lane 

Scott, W., Qneen's College, Derhy- 
Etreet, Newnhara 

Swannell, Wm., Magdalene College, 
74, Castle-strect 

Tnck, George, Emmanuel College, 
6, Prospect-row 

Webb, Jas., Market-street & Market- 
passage 

CoopeiB- 

Boning. CharleE, 14, Downing-street 

Warboya, Benjamin, ga, Fitiroy- 



Oork Ontters & Mannfactsrers. 



:i 



Ooni uid Floor Dealers- 
Bell, Edward & Son, Peas-hill 
Brown, William, 56, Newnurket-nud 

F!i(loD,Wnijam, ig, Magdalene-street 
Foster Brothers, MiU-lane 
Freeman, Mrs. M. A., 7, Sussei-streel 
Lawrence A Son, 28, Bridge-stfeet 
Lilley, William, 185^, East-roail 
Marneet, Mrs. Z-omsa, ai6 and 117, 

Newmarket-road 
Purkis, Henry, 1, Ram -yard 
Purkis, Stephen, 3, Arbory-teirace, 

Milton-road 
Wells, Ebenezer, 173, East-road 

CostnmierB. 

Blackwell, Clarke, 5 & 6, ChristVIane 
Klsby, Thomas Alfred, 17, Jesus-lane 

Oricket & Bacqnet Bat Makan- 

Gray, Henry John, Madingley-road 
Hayward, D., Regent -street 

Curriers- 
Bright, Joseph, 54, Burieigh-slteet 
Clarite, William H.. t8i, East-road ) 
Harrison, Thomas, [oS, Fitzroy-sticet 
Holt, Henry, 64, Sidney-strcct 
Ingle, John, 24, Market-street 
Remmmglon, George, 5 & 6, Mar- 
ket-paiisage 

Cutlers- 
Brynnl, John Emmanuel, 3, S. id- 
ward's -passage 
Crookes, C, 17, Hobson-street 
Jackson & Eusden, 51 4 53, S. 

Macintosh, Alexander, Market-street, 

Sidney- street, and Hills-road 
Shippey, G. A. & Son, Ji, Sidney- 



Dalrrmen and Cov Keepers- 
Arnold, Charles, 8, Abbey-street 
Arnold, Frank Audley, t;, Rose- 




DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Dairymen &* Gfaieeperi {continued). 
Carpenter, Sykes J., lo, Thompaon's- 

Cates, George, Providence-boose, 

PaDtOQ-slreet 
Cave, James, Cross-street, Covent- 

Cfaaodler, Henry, 31, Bateman- street 
Coleman, Thomas, 40, Kingston-street 
Dale, George, 2, Walnut-tree-lane, 

Newraarke I- toad 
Endeisby, Charles, Victoria-road 
Fletcher, George W,, 204, New- 
market-road 
Fletcher, George, Abbey-walk, New- 
street, Kast-roitd 
Fletcher, Mrs, Rebecca, 80, New- 

maricet-road 
Gsmer, Charles, iS, S. James-street 
Hancock, David, Barton-road 
Bawkes, Emma, 6, James-tetiace, 

Newmarket-road 
Hawkins, J., llz, King-street 
Jokea, F., 5, Cambridge-arcade 
Long, Mrs., 21, Jesus-lane 
Master?, James G., 31, Bridge-street 
Mayes, George H., 6, Occupation-road 
Newman, Mrs. Ann, 150, East-road 
Newman, Mrs. Esther, 28, South-st. 
NftraiBri, Mrs. Mary A., 2, S. Tibbs- 



Smith, Tosiah, 13, Jesus-lane 
Smith, Josiah, i, Slation-road 
Ward, Riclmrd Wright, 1, Carlton- 

slreet, Mill-road 
ffortley, William S., 3, Walnut-lree- 
ume, Newmarket-road 

Debt CoUecton. 



Itmu Wmiam, 42, Sidiiey-st 

PJ^Trimly-street 
pa., 30, Trnmpinglon-str 
.Aliied, 2, King's-parade 
^ John, 23, Pelty-cury 




DiniiiK Booms. 

Bruvet, Charles Adolphe Desir^, 
"Prince of Wales" Restaurant 
and Hotel, 2o, Sidney-street 
Muriitt, George Boon, 23, Petty-cury 
Pryor, George Mason, 10, Union-street 
Sebley, James B., 25, Bridge-street 
Webb, James, Market-street, and 
Criterion Restaurant, Market- 
passage 

Drapers- 
Allen, George, Victoria-road 
Balls, Miss E., 5, Market-place 
Ballard, Son & Company, 11 to 14, 

Petty-cury 
Bland, Elias, I, Bridge-street, and 

29, Burleigh-street 
Brown, Ebenezer, 1, King's-pirade 
Brown, Richard, 56, Hills-road 
Careless, James, 48, Bridge-street 
Church, Mrs., 67, Sidney-streel 
Clarke, Wm. Henry, 41, Coronation- 

CoUin, George, I, Peas-hill 

Forby, John, Hde House, 61, Hills- 

Frampton, William, 95, Castle-street 
Hayden, Stephen, 17, Sidney-street 
Hodgson, Alfred L., 97, Fitzroy-strcet 
Holt & Co., 13, Market-street 
Hubbard, Thomas, 59, Hills-road 
Hutt, S. & E-, 99, Castle-street 
Jarman & Legerton, 18, Market-street 
Lilley, W. Eaden & Co., :2, Market- 

Moon, George, 45, King's-street 



n, J. OdeH, 3, Sidney-streel 
r-aieman & Co., 53, Sidney-sli 
Rampling, James B., 23, King 



Smith, Clement W., S & 6, Norfolk- 

street 
Yarey, The Misses R. & G., 32, 

Regent -street 
Young, Samuel L., Ill to 124, 

Fitiroy-street 

DresBmakers- 

{See Milliners and DTesstiuxhers ^\ 



I A 



Dren. 

Holmes, Zachariah, 2 & 3, Gom 

Eichinge-street 
Pont. Thomas Heniy, i, Union-street 
Walts, WiDiam, 5, Peas-hiU 

EnsinearB (Oivll). 
Bowyer, William, Bateman-sttcel 
Fawcett, William, r. Silver-street 
Robb Se Morley, l , Downing-place 
Rowe, Richard Reyndlds, lo, Em- 
nut iiuel-place 
TomltsoD, Henry, 4, Benet-strect 

Engiaeers (Mechanical). 

Rawlings i Co.. Auckland Works, 
Ne wmarke t -s trett 

Engravers. 

Mffls, F. W.. 11, Market-passage 
Monis, Adam, 15, Rose-crescent 
Peak, William, Christ ■s-lane ■ 

Estate Amenta. 

Fishmongers- 

Aakham, Henry. 20, Easl-road 
Barton, William, 31, S. Andrew's- 

slreet and 15, Sussex-street 
Basham, Mrs. Sarah A., 65, Castle- 

Bevan, Philips, so. Bridge-street 
Ctayton, Mrs. M., 11, Peas-hill 
Comwell, Sisters, 34, Regenl-street 

finkins, George, 16, Magdalene-street 
ounfain & Co., 8, 9, 10, 11, & la, 
Carabridge-nrcade 
Pryor, James, 17, Pelty-cnry 
Roval, William, 88, Fitzroy- street 
Smith, William, 4, Union-street 
Whitdiead, Harry, 52, Fitzroy- street 

Floriats, Seedsmen, &c. 
Creelt, William, 36, Markei-place 
EdwiU^, Mrs, Anne, 55, Caslle.street 
Edwards, WiUinm, iVafalgat-road, 
Ciiesterton.ioad 



Foiren, William, Matket-sticel 

Fcaks 4 PeirciB, Mill-road 

French, A.. Vine Nntserics, Umoii- 

terrace, Mill-road 
Hillier, Frank, Gonville NuraeiJ, 

West-road 
Lawrence i Son, [9 & 20,Caml)ridEE- 

arcade 
Lylcs, John T., 8, Market-street 
Parish, Waller, Rose Nursciy, Ches- 

Sanders, James, Ji, Ttumpington-st., 
and Newnham Nursery, Newnhio 

Tredgetl, Ebcnezer, 31, Maiket-pkct, 
and at Ainger Nurseries, Histon-roul 

Williers, George, Trumpinglon-roaJ 



French Polishers. 

Sanderson, Richard, Mill -lane 
Tijring, Mis., 15. llobson-streel 
Watrca. Mrs., Blackmoor Head-yatJ 



FmitererB and Oreengrocen- 

A\is, David, jg, Burleigh -street 
Barrett, Alfred, 65, Bridge-street 
Churchman, Mrs. Charlotte, 35, Cora- 
Creek, William, 36, Market-place 
Delph, ^Villiam, 45a, Hills-raad 
Dunlop, Mrs. Eiiiabcth, 10, Nel*™- 

Food Reform Depot, Ca^llmdg^ 

Headland, Joseph, 50, Btidge.stteel 
Hewelt, Thomas, 15, Magdafenc-slnSl 
Howe & Rickel, 9, Fitzroy-sttcet 
Jackson, Thomas, 30, Maid's cans- 
way 
Uchfield i Son, 1, AH Saiota-passap 
Miien, Frederick, Hills-road 
Plumb, Stephen, 18, Silver-street 
Smith, Jodah, 2, Station-road 
Sussum, George, 54, Bridge-ebed 
Thurston. Mrs. S., 14 & 15, MaAet- 

Tredgelt, Ebene/er. 31. Maritet^w. 
and at Ainger Nurstties, HslW- 



iture Brokers & Dealers. 

Aaroo, J71 & [72, East-rood, 
40 Sc 41, Burldgh-street 
tt. J-i '3f' Fitzroy-sbeet 
R.. £c Sons, in, Fitzroy.sCreet 
c SoUi 16, Bddge-street 
Benjajnln, 31, MagdaleBE-stieet 
I, C, 4, Fitzroy. street 
>weo, I, 3 & 4, Christ's-lane 
iridge, Walter, 18, Green-street 
}50Ji Sc Son, g and 10, Fitzioy- 

, James, 32, Fit zroy- street 

Furriers. 

■s, John & Annie, 113, Easl- 



aitare Van Proprietors- 

., J., UnioD.road 

,, John J., jr, Hills-road 

Oas Fitters. 

V. & Son, 24, 25, & 26, Com 
laage-street 

I* Beer, Lemonade, & Soda 

Vater Mannfactorers. 

■, Charles, 2, Petersfield 

n. Arthur, 3, Pleasant-row, 

int-pleasant 

TOrth, J. & Son, WeUington. 



Charles, 
I, Henry J. M, 



PuUing.tertace, 

13, Portugal- 

Pelty-cuty, and 



Olass Stai&er. 
ble, WUliam H., Avenue 

Grindery Dealers. 

r,, Sidney-slreet 
iiifiton,C,&Co.Markel-pi 



OIoTO and Feather Cleaners, 

Baines, Alfied, 4, Downing-sl 
Morgan,Mis3 Annie, 75, Regent-sti 

and 3, Union-road 
Wing, Mrs., 12, Pembroke -street 

Grocers, Tea Dealers, and 
Clieeaemongera- 

Alleo, George, Victoria-road 
Allison, Wilham, 23, SUver-street 
Apthorpe, George, r, Market-street 
Archer, WiUisun, 12, John.streetf , 

City-road ' 

Baiter, Charles John, 98, Fitzroy-street 
Baiter, James, 21, S. Aii<Jrew's-straet 
Bidwdl, Henry F., 5, Geldart-terrace, 

Mill-road 
Bond & Holmes, 57, Sidney-street 
Brimley, Whibley & Son, 32, Maricet*- I 

Carley, H., 22, Magdalene-street 
Cook, William, 19, Fanton-street 
Cox, Charles, iz, Fair-street 
Dall, Allred, g, Bedford-tenace, 

Cheslerlon-road 
Daniel, Wm. Cory, 70, Trumpingtou* 

Dawson, Robert Rogers, 50, King- 

Ddd, James, 8, Trinity-street 
Endershy, David, l & a, York-street 
Ferguson, Mary A., 53, Sturton-stieet j 
Fortin, Fredenclt Wm., loz, Sturton- ' 

Gilbert, George, 26, Ainsworth.street 
Gladwyn & Yockney, no, Fituroy- 

street, and 175, East-road 
Hallack & Bond, i &2,Gnildhal).street 
Hattersley, W. H., 5, Trinity- street 
Haynes, Moses, 17, S. Matthew's- 

buildings, Norfolk- street 
Hicks, Edward A., 2, Kingslon-street 
Hooper, George, 2S, Hills-road . 

Hyde, George, 40, Mill-road I 

Jennings Brothers, 7, Peas-hill | 

Key, Henry, 165^ & 166, East.road 
Lavender, George, 79, Castle-street 
Lei'er, Joseph, I & 2, Eden-street 
Lincoln 6c oon, 35, Sidney-street 
Looker, Wia.,ii,NcKtii*oBeW«i.<(Ja»sS- 




Martin, Arthur, 45 St 46, Pnrk-street 
Mittlhew & Sons, 2Q, Xrinity-sUeet 
Moden, Robert. Si. East-road 
Modcn, Mrs. Sarah, 5. East-road 
Mumford, Jas. Clements, 115, Fitxioy- 

Newman, Henry, 165, Sturton.slreet 
Niciiola, Thomas Si Son, 5, Sidney- 
street, and 54, Bridge-street 
Pigg, James Hayden, 9, Union-street 
Pratt, David E., 8 & 17, Magdalene- 
street 
Pryor, John, 106 & 107, King-street 
Riseley, Herbert, Hislon-road 
Rogers, William, 37, Clarendoo-straet 
Sebley. John Arnold, 6, Sussex-street 
Smith, Abram, So, Kin j^ton- street 
Smith, Heniy, JJ, S. James-street 
Smith, John, HUls-rood 
Swan, George, ^9, Newnham-street 
Thompson, Alfred, 70, S. Andrew's- 

street 
Thompson, Herbert A-, 8, Pound-hiH 
Titcombe, John, 59, Coronelion-street 
WallingtoD, Isaac, 11, Ferry-path 
Wallis, William R., 6, Caslle-street 
Ward, Charies, 36 Se 1;, Adam'and 

Ward, Frank, 15, Mill-road 

Warren & Sons, 4, Market-place, and 

14, IS, & 16, Cambridge-arcade, and 

Ji, Bridge-street 
Watson, Herbert J., 6* & 64, Gwydir- 

"Whichello, Charles, 4J, Tnirapinglon. 

Wilby, William, 5. Derby-street 
WUliams, G- & Son, 7, Petty-cury 
Winzat, Mark, 9, Hooper-street 
Woodard, Miss H. C., »;, Albert- 
street, Chesterton-toad 
Wright, Richard, a, Market-place 
Young, Edward C, 20, Occupation- 
toad, Newmatkct-road 
Young, PMlip H., Neighlon House, 
Jiills-road 



GymnasinmB and Scbools of 
Arms. 

Galpin, John, School of Aims, Guild- 
haU-Dlace 

Jackson & Son, Wrestlers-yard, Petty 

HairdresBerB. 

Agger, William L., 15. Bridge-street 
Alderton, Robert, 5, Rose-crescent 
Biggs, Robert. 115, Newmarkcl-road 
Blackwell, Clarice, 5 & 6, Chriat's-lane 
Briggs, Richard J., 3, Emmanuel-street 
Clarke, James, (3, Magdalene.strect 
Cot, George, 71, Bridge-street 
Dawes, Thos., iji, Sturtoo-stieet 
Dooagan, Mrs,, 38, Trinity-stieel 
Edwajds, John, 13, Fitiroy-street 
Fowler, John, 580, Sidney-street 
Flaiman, Edward, 90, King-stieet 
Hart. Thomns. 7, Trinity-sneet 
HiUs, Henry, Silver-street 
Hills, John, 129. Fitzroy-street 
Hughes, Samuet 14. East-road 
Loker, Frederick W., i8. East-road 
Pilson, Chas.p l & ij Cora E«:haIlg^ 

Plaister, John, 13, Su-ssei-strcet 
E^riborsky, J. A., 1, Ram-yard 
Reid, Walter, ty, Magdalene-street 
Richardson, Norton Clark, 55, Tramp- 

ington-street 
Seymer, Greenwood, I, Albert Cot- 
tages, Albert -St., Newmaiket-road 
Starling. Miss, Wray's-court 
Tronghton, John, 2, Benel-street 
Tuck, Miss, Si, Regent-street 

Haidwaremen. 



DlRECrORV OF CAMBSIDOK. 



Harness Makers. 

Abbs, Frederick J., 23. Jan 



Barber, W., Mili-alreet 

Barrable, Wm. Hy., 17, KinE's-parade 

Danitry,'Wm.J.3i,S.Andrew's-street 

Mahdn, Cbarlea, I, Wheekr-streeC 

Smith Se Leonard, 6 & 7, Fcmbrake- 

Sfevens, William, 65, Sidney-street 
Wietloa, Mrs., 152, East-road 

Hatters, Hosiers and Glovars. 

Bays & Son, 11, KingVparade 
Bodger, Alfred, 12, Sidney-street 
Buttress, Reuben, 15, S. John's-streel 
Chater & Osbom, 4 1 , Petty-cury 
Clarke, Richard Land, 37, Trinity-st. 
Constable, Jno.F.i Son.S, Petty-cury 
Coi, George, 71, Bridge-street 
Gamlen & Co., 25. Petty-cury 
Gmndy,PaulEdwd.,3S, Regent-street 
Haintdcn, Francis Lucke tt, 50, Sidney- 
street 
Hobbs, M., 2g, Tnimpington-street 
Lilley.W. Eaden & Co., 12, Market-st. 
Moon, Geot^e, 45, King-street 
Palmer, John Styche, i, Petty-cnry 
Pepper & Son, 10 & u, Bridge-street 
Saut James P., it, Sidney-street 
Scndamore. Thomas Robert, 18, 

Trini^.street 
Smart, J. & Son, n, Market.street 
Smith, A. W., 20, King's-parade 
Stephenson, Peter S., a Si 35, Bur- 
Taylor, Joshua, 58 &^(>, Sidney-street, 



Horse Blanghterer. 

I^w, George, 35, Newmarket road 

Hotels. 

■'Bath Hotel." Hammond, Philip, 3, 

Bene t -street 
"Bird Bolt," (Temperance) Hotel, 

Winship, Joseph, 30, S.Andrew's- 

"Bull Hotel," Moyes, John A., 64, 

Trumpington-stree t 
"Castle Hotel," ClaHte, William, 38, 

5. Andrew's-street 

"Great Northern Railway Hotel," 

Born, Martin, Station-road 
"Hoop Hotel," Haggis, Edward, 4, 

"Lion Hotel," Moyes, Andrew H,, 

6, Petty-cury 

"Prince of Wales " Restaurant and 

Hotel, Bmvet, Charles Adolphe 

Desire, 20, Sidney-street 
"Temperance Hotel," Fox, John 

Henry, 45, Hills-road 
The "University Arms," Hewitt, 

The Misses, Regent-street 
"Wrestlers," B-obinaon, Jno., 18, 

Petty .cu:y 

Hoase Agents. 

Iron Founders. 

Beales & Co., 13, Market-place, and 

Thompson's .lane 
Headly, E. & Son, Cora Eichange- 






e-hiU, I 



Thompson, C, 16, Sidney-street 
Vawser, Wm. K., 32 & 33, Petty-cury 
Warwicker, Mrs. J., 32, Trinity-street 

Hop Merchants. 
Baker, James, 21, S. Andrew's -street 
Warren & Sons, i, Market-place, and 

14, 15 & 16, Cambridge-arcade, and 

51. Bridge-street 
Welenhall, Henry, II, S. Andrew's- 

hill 



Headly, James, MiE-road 

Ironmongers. 

Beales k Co., 13, Market-place, and 

Thompson's-Iane 
Bowd, Herbert H., in and 111, 

Fitiroy-street 
Christmas, Thomas A. S., 6, Peas. hill 
Daniel, W. Cory, 70, Trampinglon- 




Ironmongiri (contintttdj . 
Macintosh, Aleiander, aj, Market- 

street, and at Sidney-s' 

Hills-road 
Siippey, George Augustus & Son, 

52, Sidney-street 
Vail, Tno., 1, Post Office-terrace 
Woodgate, James, 170, Magdalene- 

) "4. 



Italian WarehonBemen. 



JewellerB, 

{Sie Watch arid Clock Makers and 



Ladies' Ontflttsra- 

Brown S: Newberry, The Misses, 66, 

Sidney^street 
Burbuah, F. & E., 58. Bridge-F 
Haslop, The Misses, 8. King's-parade 
Pain, I. Odell, 3, Sidney-street 
Sayle, Robert, \l to 17, S, Andrew's 

Vawsor, "William K., 31 & 33, Petty- 
Wicks, Mrs. M. A., 8, Sidney-st 

Land SnrreTOTB. 

(See Surveyors.) 



Livery StaUe Keepers- 
Cox, Cecilia, 49}, Bridge-street 
Furbant, Joseph S. , \0, Fajr-stteet 
Harris, G. B., 17. Trinity- street 
Holmes, E., S. Tibbs-row 
Newman, Charles W,, Station-ioad 
Newman & Co., Trinity-Gtieet, and 

Jesus-lane 
Robinson, John, 18, Pelty-cnty 
Sanders, 40. Trumpington-stteet 
Saunders, Hemy, 5, Pembroke-street 
Winship, Joseph, 30, S. Andrew"*- 

Wright, James, 3. Kingston-street 

HaltstfltB. 

Bailey, F., Newmarket-road 

Bealcs, — East-road 

Ekin & Sons, Magdalene-street 

Foster Brothers, Mill-lane 

Moyes, Andrew H., 6, Petty-cuiy 

Potts, W., s, Quay-side 

Swann, Edwin William, 5, Hobson- 



Manckester WarehouHemen- 

Lilley, W. Eaden & Co., II, Maricel- 



Manciples. 

Uice, Prior E,, 27, Green-street 
Haggis, Edwards, 22 Sc 23, Rose- 



Libraries. 

Free Library, Wlieeler-Blreet, Pink,J., 
Librarian 

Free Library, Barnwell Branch, East- 
road, Colhngwood, J., Sub-librarian 

Spalding, WUliam P., 43, Sidney, 
street, Circt4lating Library 

Lime Burner. 

Sii'ann, AlTred, 38, Newraarket-road Futter, Jan 



Marine Store Dealers- 

Galaker, John, 123, East-road 
Udel, Ehjah, E34, East-road 
Odell, Mrs. Eliza, 32, Gwydir-strec 
Rayment, John, 131 to 133, Eai 

Scott, W., 182, Newraarket.road 

Measure Maker- 



DIRECTORY OF 



UeichantB. 

others, Mill-lane 



ah, 7, Pound-hill 

i;, Sarah, 84, Castle-streel 

Elizabeth, 11, Aibert-sCreet 

rkel-road 



Woads, Mrs. Sarah A., 32, Castle- 

Wiekes, Mrs. M. A., 8, Sidney-street 
Young & NicoU, The Misses, 37S, 
Regent-street 



Monamental Masone. 



iTB and Dressmakers. 

iss Elizabeth, loi, Fitzroy- 

trs. Mary, 46, Castle-street 

[isa, Peterslield 

he Miflsea, 32, Tnmipingtoil- 

[ra. EUzth., 40, Coronation- 
Mrs., 4, Fitzwilliam.street 
, Mrs., 33, Eden-street 
Irs., 67, Sidney-street 
Miss M. A., 10, Regent- 

■s. S., 33 & 34, S. Andrew's. 



k E., 99, Castle-street 

1%., 6, Sidney-street 

ss Louisa, 0, S. Edward's- 



rhe Misses S. & A,, 127, 

^ Miss, 9, Eden-street 
iss M. E., 5, Sidney-street 
t%. Elixabetb, 6, Magdalene- 



Unsic & Musical Instnimeitt 

Sellers. 

Bedwell, George C, 15, Hills-road 
Coleman & Co., 16, S. John's-street 
Flack, Chas. Walter, 25, S. Andrew's- 

street, and 8, Regent-street 
Ling & Sons, 6, King's-parade, and 

6, S. Edward' s-passage 
Sippell, Charles, rg, Trinity-st 
Smith, Patrick J., - '*' ' 



, All Saints' - 



Stoakley, Miss M. E., 14, Maj-ket- 

passage 
Wood, Thomas M., 17, Market-place 

NaturallBts. 
Baker, John, 2, King's-conrt, King- 

Doggelt, Thomas F., Cains-street, 

Covent-garden 
Niscon, Richard, 27, King.street 

News Agents' 

Baker, "Wm. O., 24, Magdalene -street 
Bridges, WiUiam, B, Regent-street 
Cruse, Heray, ij. Bridge-street 
Doughty, AlftedH., 130, Fitzroy-street 
Heffer, William, 104, Fitjroy-street 
Jarvis, Mrs. E., 2 J, Trumpington-atreet 
Johnson, Harry, 28, Petty-curj- 
Linsdell, Williun K.., 46, King-street 
Parker, H., 8, Pembroke-st * 



I Payn 



SPALDING'S STREET AND GENERAL 



JV«Bi Agents (continued). 
Payne, Heniy Chas. H., 2, Emmanuel- 
Smith, "W. H. & Son, Railway- station 
Summers, Mis. E., 3, Filzroy-street 
Waleis, Wm. H., 7, Rose-crescent 
Weitherhead, Wm., 8, Umon-slteel 

Newspaper Offices. 

"Cambridge Ciiranicle," Market- 
place, Naylor & Smith, proprietors 

"Cambiidge Express," Rose-crescent, 
Metcalfe & Son, proprietors 

"Cambridge Independent," Market- 
place, Hatiield & Co., ^oprietors 

" Cambridge Review," E. Johnson, 
Trinity-street 

" Cambridge University Reporter," 
Ueighton, Bell & Co., proprielors 

" Oxford and Cambridge Under, 
graduate's Journal," Metcalf & Son, 
Trinity-street, agents 

Notary Public 
Peed, Samuel, 11, Benel-street 



Barton, Mrs. Harriet, ii8, Sturton-sl. 
Bates, Mrs. Sarah, 31, Norwich- street 
Brialow, Mrs. Susannah, 9^, Orchaid- 

Hadop,Mts.,3B, Adam and Eve-street 
Howard, Mrs. J., 4, Little S.Mary-lane 
Ison, Mrs. Eliiabeth, 36, Occupation- 
road, Newmarket-road 
Scott, Mrs. Sarah, 3,Baiber's-bui]dings 
White, Mrs. Mar^ II, Russell-street 
Wright, Mrs. Ann, 23, Sonth-street 

Oil and Colour Men. 

Lilley, W- Eaden & Co., iz, Market- 

Moden, T. Noel, 47, Sidney-sl 
SturtonBros.,ii9&lso,Fitz] . 
Warren U Sons, 4, Market-place 

Org&n Builders and Tuners- 

Dixon, John, 51, Hills-road 
Ling h Sons, 6, King's-parade, 
6, S. Edward' s-passage 



1 



Lofts, Isaac, 18, Georgcjtreet 
Miller, Alfred T., 6, Sidney-street 
Sippel, Charies, 9, Trinity-street 
Wallis, Wm. H., 18, Panton-slrcet 

Painters & House Decoraton. 

Bailey, Fredk. C, I34, Fitzroy-street I 
Buttress, Daniel, 107, Fitzroy.st 
Childs, Alfred, 9. Ebn-slreet 
Edwards, Hy. & Co., 10, Market-street 
Ellis, Wm. &., 4, S. Edwaid's-passage 
Favell, Ellis & Sons, 5, S. Andrew'a- 



Frisby, H.. 11, Little S. Mary's. 

Gent, Edward A., 13, Albion-iD», 

Mount Pleasant 
Gray. Henry S., 66, S. Andrew's-streel 
Greef, Mrs., 4, King's-parade 
Hardy, R. J., 13, Orchard-Street 
Hutt. Green-street 
Leach, Frederick R., Art Worker,35, 

36 and 37, City-road 
Leach, B., 68, Eden-street 
Lever, G., 25, City-road 
Mason, Mrs. Martha M., I, Fair-street 
Milbum, William, 4, john-streel, 

City-road 
Mills, George E., 16, Emmannd.road 
Pleasance, Albert W., 8, WilJow-walk 
Pratt & Son, 3, All Sahats'-passsge 
Purkins, Edwin, 16, Burleigh-slreet 
Ridley & Lucas, 2o, Rose-crescent 
Scales, Albert C., 6, Round Churcb- 



Paper Hangers. 

BulstrodE, Christopher Stone, 38, 

Bunnett, E. W., 131, Htiroy-stiwl 
Cooke & Sons, 8, Hobson-street 
Edwards, Homy & Co., 10, Matket- 

FaveD, Elhs & Sons, 5, S. Andrew's- 




OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Fawnbrokera- 
Cole & Sons, la, Bridge-street, and 

113, FitiTOy ■street 
Coulson, Toseph, Tun., 180, East -road 
Uorl^. John L. & Fredk., 7, Hobson 

street, and 101, Fitztoy-slreet 

Feiambnlator Makers. 
Buribrd. John. 28 Sc 33, Trumiiinglon- 

Shrive, J., GuildhaU-strcet 

Fhotograpliers. 

B]iaa,J. E.,7, S. Andn.'w's-5lreet, and 

Post-office-lenace 
Fanen Williflni, Market-street 

a, S. Mary'a-passagc 
Goshawk, Airred, tj, Pullmg. terrace, 

Mill-road 
Hills & Saunders, 15, King's-psrade 
Maytiard, George, Victoria-road 
pQgh, "William, II, S. James-Btreet 
Snuth, J., 16, Lower Park-street 
Sleani, Thomas, 72, Bridge-street 
Whetton, Edward, 11, Willow-walk 

Pianoforte Warehouses. 

{Sie Music Sellers.) 

Picture Frame Makers. 

Bradford, Thomas, 17, Jesus-binc 
Bnnnett, E. W., 131, Fitzroy-slieet 
Bm^ss, Mrs. Tabitia Ann Jane, 4(', 

Siduer-streei 
Hills & Son, 9 & 10, Wbeeler-streel 
Honpett,E.F.&Son,l,Rose-cresceiit 
flidiols, E. W., 2, S. Mary's-passage 
Orders, Thos. C, 14, Emmanuel-street 
I^ync, Henry Chas. H., a, Emmanuel- 
street 
Spalding, W. P., 43. Sidney-street 
StnrtOQ Bro«., 119 il 120, Fit/roy-sl. 
Troughton, John, 2, Benet-street 

Plnmbeta and Glaziers. 
Copping, Edward, (, Victoria-street 
Ellis, William, 4, Post-office- teirace 
Ellis, Wm. G., 4, S. Edward's-passage 
Favdl, Ellis & Sona, S, S. Aadrew's- 
street 



Flack, Mrs. M. A., 15, S, Andrew's- 

Fellon, Robert, u, Bridge- 
Frohock, Alfred, 15, Earl-street 
Gray, Hemy S.,06, S. Andrew 's-stree I 
Greef, Mrs., 4, King's-parade 
Pleasance, Albert W., 8, Willow-walk 
Pratt & Son, 3, All Saints' -passage 

Fork Bntcliers. 

Clark & Co., 7, Cambridge-arcade 
Coulaon, PiimeT., 8 &g, Sussex-street 
Erans, Willjain, 80, Castle-street 
Evans, Wm. B.. to, Market-passaye 
Fordham, William, Chesterton -road 
Grint. Alfred C, 100, Stnrton-atreet 
Hawkes, W., 2, Burleigh-place, Bur- 
Prior, George Mason, 7, Union-street 

Poulterers. 

Barton, Wm., 31, S. Andrew's-? treet 



Printers. 

Fabb, J. Austin, 34, Paradise-street 
Foister ji Jagg, 4, Falcon-yard 
Gower, FrecU!. Chas., S, S. Edward's 

passage 
Hall & Sons, 51, Trumpington-street 
Hattield & Co., "Independent" Office 

Market-place 
Jones k. Piggott, id. Trinity-street 
Metcalf & Son, Rose-crescent, and 10, 

Trini^-street 
Naylor & Smith, " Chronicle " Office, 

Market-place 
Palmer, Jonathan, Jesus-lane 
Talbot, F. W., 19, Sussei-slreet 
Webb, John, 3, Alexandra -street 
WUson & Son, 3, Jordan 's-yard, 

Bridge-street 

Frintsellers, etc 

Bradford, Thomas, 17, Jesus-lane 
Burgess, Mrs. Tabitha Ann Jane, 46, 

Hills & Saunders (photographic), 1$, 
King's-parade 






Printsclleri, itc. (caatinuedj. 
tOppett, E. F. & Son, l, Rose- 

Munns, Fredericlc, 5, Sussei-slreet 
Roe. Robert, 14, King's-pnrade 
Spalding, W. P., Arundel Society 
■ Agency, 43, Sidncy-slteet 
|^*llis, Charles, 23, TnraipingtoH- 

PablicaiiB. 

Aildiam, Thomas. 233. Newmarliet- 

Bailey, Mrs. Mary A., 17, New-stieel, 

East-ioad 
Bailcet, Frederick, 14. Downing-tetrace 
Barnes, Darcy, Com Eichange-streel 
Beade, Mrs. Mary A., 57, New- 
Bee ton, John R., 32, Maid's-cauECway 
fleelon. Miss Susan, 13, Newmarltet- 

Bcny, Augustus George, 15, Ram- 

Bevis, Tiiomas, 28, Clarendon-street 
Bigsworlh, Ricliard, 10, Hooper-street 
Bolton, Edward, 76, Newmarket-road 
Bond, James, 20, Magdalene-street 
Bradford, William, 37a, Russell-street 
Bridges, Mis. Eliza, 17, Emmanuel- 
Browne, John Aaron, it. Fair-street 
Burton, Frederick J., z6, Newmarket- 

Busion, Louisa, 12, Albion-raw, 

Mount-pleasant 
Butler, John, 83, Eaal-road 
Bye, Wuliam, MiJl-road 
Cain, J., 34, Petly-cury 
■Caldecott, William, 52, King-street 
Cambridge, Owen, 11, Coldham-lane 
Canliam, F. E., Market-place 
Carter, Albine, \$, Ponnd-Mll 
Carter, M15. Elizahetb, loo, Caslle- 

Cartwright, Edward, 75, Burleigh- 



Chapman, Eliiabelh, 17, Cnstle-streM 
Chapman, John, 10, Pembroke-street 
Cluke, AJin, 70, Castle-street 
Clarke, James, 1, George-atreel 
Clarke, William, Newnham-streel 
Claydoa, Wni., i & a, Notfolk-build- 

ings, Norfolk-street 
Cleaver, John, 104, Newmarket-road 
Codling, Henry, 10, Union-street 
Coiiling, J. H., S, Green-street 
Constable, Jai 
ComweU, Alfred, 

Cowell, David, 9, GnUdhaD-slreet 
Cowell, Frederick, Mill-road 
Cox, Henry, 38, Petty-cury 
Crack, Charles, 3, Thompsott's-laoe 
Cross, James, 1 70, Panton-street 
Crouch, William, 25 & z6, Cambridge- 

place 
Custance, Samuel J., 29, Union-mad 
Darling. William, 27, Newmarket-iosd 
Davis, George, la & 31, Giuldhall- 

Dawson, Alfred, 44, East-road 
Dealtry, John, 58 & 59, NewuKutet- 

Dison, W., 18, Jesus-lane 
Dowsett, William, 76, King-street 
Duckings, James, 60, Castle-street 
Dyer, Harriet, 3 & 4, Hobson-street 
Edwards, Charles, 23, Hoopef-street 
Edwards, Henry, 3, MaAet-plaee 
Edwards, Richard, FitzrOT-strwl 
Ellis, Clement Henry, 8, S. Aii4«»V 

Ellwood, Jas., 103, Gwydir-Htreet 
Flack, John, 21, Victona-ioad 
Flanders, Samuel, 136, Newmariol- 



Free, John, Madingley-road 
French, Alfred, Norfolk-street 
Freestone, James, 1B4, Slurton-stttet 
Frost, George, 33, Shelly-row 
FuUer, Fredcridc Searle, Devonshin- 

toad. Mill-road 
Gage, Mrs. Elizabeth, 16 & iTi 

Wellington-street 
Gates, Wm., 80, East-road 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Fublkam (conliaued). 
Gawthorpe, Lawrence, Himtingdoii- 

Gazzard, Thomas, Cfislle-street 
Geo tie, James, 19, Northamplon-streel 
Gillam, Richard, 82, E^al-road 
Glasscock, Charles, 137, Newnmrket. 

Goodliffe, WUliam, aj, Sidney-street 
Goodwin, Samuel, 98, Newmarket- 
Green, Julius M., Chcslenon-road 
Grilfin, WiUiam, North-tenace, His- 

ll GuIIus, Edward, 60. Hills-road 
" HaU, "William, 63, Park-street 
Hancock, William, g, Mill-road 
Harding, Johnson, ;6, Castle-Street 
Harding. WiUiam R., 34, Hills-road 
Harris, G. B., 17, Trinity-street 
Harris, James, 30, Magdalene-street 
Haimer, William J., 79, Newraarket- 

Harl, WiUiam, 34, Union- terrace, 

MiU-road 
Haslop, Henry T., 45, Burleigh-slreet 
Haslop, James, 33, Kings ton- street 
Hayhoe, Charles, 40, Ncwmarket- 

Hayward, Daniel, 55, Regent-street 
Hayward, T.. lg. Melbourne- place 
Hayward, Thomas, 17, Willow-walk 
Hewitt, William, 41, Hislon-road 
Hickford. Abner, 22, Silver-street 
Higgs, Henry, Hills-road 
Hinde, WilliaJn, Falcon-yard 
Hinson, Frederick, Vicloria-road 
Hirst, J., 7, Guadhall-street 
Holder, liios.. 71, East-road 
Howell, Jonathan, M. King-street 
Hunt, Charles, 36, Fetty-cuiy 
Hatton, Jno., Newmadtet-toad 
Hyde, W., 5, Little S. Mary's-lane 
Inrin, James, 37, Tmmpington-street 
Islip, Tom P-, 15, Fiiiroy-strect 
Jarvis, George, 15, Silver-street 
Jemmei^OQ, Nicholas, 40, Northamp- 

Johnwn, William. 71, Castle-street 
Keltic, Mrs. Jane, 35, Clarendon- 
Key, John, I, Ronad-chnrch-street 



Little, John S., 24, City-road 
Littlechild. Samuel, 9, S. Edward's- 

passage 
Lyon, Mrs. Mary Ann, 17, Gold-street 
Makins. Charles, Barton-road 
Mann, Thomas, 97, King-street 
Marsh, David, 93, Newmarket-road 
Marshall, C. S., Silver-street 
Marshall, Edward N., 4, S. Tibb's-row 
Marshall, Mrs. Frances, 43, Hyde- 

park-comet 
Martin, Arthnr, 45 & 46, Park-street 
Mason, Wm^ 16, Coronation-street 
Mays, Mrs. Elizabeth, 17 & l8,Bridge- 



Milkrd, Mrs. Ann, 85, Russell-street 
Mills, James, 34, King-street 
Mitchell, William, i , Diamond-court, 

Northampton-street 
Moden, Heiuy, 69, S. Andrew'a-street 
Mordan, William, 50, Kitzroy-street 
Moyes. William. 5, Guildhall-street 
Musk, Edward, Ne»'nham-street 
Newman, Mrs. Mary. Slation-road 
Newman, Mrs. Mary Ann, 27, Bridge- 

Niion, Henry, 50, Gold-street 
Northfield, Mrs., Ferry-patli 
Orpwood, Mrs., 31, Histon-road 
Osbom, Henry, 23, Thompson' s-lane 
Osbomc, Jno., 7 8; 8, Prtrepect-ruw 
Pain. George, 21, Maid's-causeway 
Palfrey, Alfred, 5, Short-street 
Parson. George, 64, KJng-street 
Pclch, George B.. 46, Cily-road 
Purser, Henry, 43, S. Anckew's-street 
Page, Charles M.. Newnkam-street 
Parr, Royal, Northampton-street 
Pizik, Alfred, 153 & 134, East-road 
Pope, Charles, 97, Newmarket-road 
Porter, Wm, 410, Norfolk-street 
Purchas, Francis. 49,Newmarket-road 
Ransom. John, 43. Hills-road 
Rich, John. 47. King- street 
Richardson, George, i , Hi^i«v-'Kni&. 



143 



PublUatis (coniimifd), 
Rjcbardson, Thomns, 41, HiUs-road 
Robinson, John, 18, Petty-cury 
Rooke, Bridget, 7, Hoaey-hill 
Roome, Miss Mar; Ann, 13, Nor- 

vich-strcet 
Rogers, Mrs. Ann, 14a, Portugal- 

Rose, JosepI], 93 & 94, King-street 
Sanders, Mrs. S., 7, Benet-street 
Savage, Mis. S., 36. Bridge-street 
Scales, George, Cbesterton-road 
Scott. W. C, 189, New-marfcet-road 
Selby, Mis. Susan, 53, Castle-street 
Shadman, Joseph, 34, Slurton-slreet 
SimpEon, Mary A., 38, Filiroy-streel 
Smith, Anthony, 14I1 East-ruad 
Soward, Edmund, Cheaterton-rtiad 
Steam, Jamea, Croas-slreet, Covenl- 

gnrden 
Stevens, Jolin James, 25, Nottli- 

ampton-strect 
Steel, Hcniy, 4, Gmldball-slreet 
Stimpaon, James, 45. Gwydir-street 
Stokes, John, iSg, East-road 
Strange, Joseph, S;, Gwydir-street 
Swann, James, 234 t 235, Nev.-- 

market-road 
Swann, Mrs. Cecilia, 41, Newmarket - 



Taylor, John S. 22, New-street, Easl- 

Taylor, William James, 93, Castle- 

street 
Taylor, Gtorge, 40, Tnimpington- 

Thompaon, Wm., 37, Norfolk-strecl 
TTiunloo, Robert, 180, Newmarket- 

Thurslon, Mrs., Barton-road 
TowDsend, John, 20 & 21, Norfolk- 
Underwood, Henry, 37 & 38, Castle- 
Ward, Harry, 6, Coveat-garden 



Watsim, Charles, Malta-road, Mill- 
Walls, Thomas, S. Peter's-tet 

Victoria-road 
Webb, Charles M., 19, Biidge-sl 
Wesson, Thomas, 47, Fitzioy-street 
Whisler, Martin, 149, Newnuirkel- 

Whiteman, Roper, 1 70, Newmaikel- 

Whyman, John, 77, Cistle-street 
Wilbye, Thomas, 6i,Newinailtet-road 
Wilkra, George, Newnham-street 
Wood, Thomas A.. I & 2, S. An- 
drew's-couit, S. Andrew's-slreel 

Bacanet and Tennis Oonrts. 

East Road, Philli])?. Charles Samuel 
S. John's, butk of tlie College, 

Dean, James 
Trinity and Clare, back of the College!, 

Phillips, John 

Bailvar Parcels Beceiving 
Offices. 
Great Eastern, ifi, Petty-cury 
Great Northern, Market-place 
London and North Western, Mariiet- 

Slidland, iH, Market-place 

Eefieshment Sooms. 

(A? Dining Rooms). 

Registrars of Births. Deaths, 
aad MarriaKefl. 

(.&• Offu-ial fart of Directory). 

Begister Offices for SematB. 

Balls, Frederick S., S, Market-place 
Boning, Mrs. E„ 3, Foat-oflSie-ter- 

Brown, Mrs. R., 33, Trumpington- 

Jukcs, F., 5, Cambridge-arcade 

Beat OoUectoi«> 

(See Accauntantf.^ 



DIRECTORY OF CAUBRIDGB. 



Beporten and JonmaUata' 

Constable Sc Hill, reporting agency, 

51, King-street 
I''E*'yi James D,, 4, Mortimer-road 
Jones, A. H., Eden-street 
Piggott, Francis, II, Emmanuel-road 
Teasdalc, James J., 39, Clarcndon-st. 

Bope Euid Twice Makers. 

Bowd, Joseph, 61, New-streel, East- 



SaddleiB. 

(Ai Harness Makers.) 

Salt Mercliaiita. 



SturtoD Brothers, 119 & i20,Fitzroy- 

Sausage Makers. 
Coulson, Prime T., 8 and 9, Sussex- 
Hawkcs, W., 3, Burleigh-place, Bur- 
Evans, W. B., 10, Market -passage 

Scale Maker, 
Stanley, A., Giiildh all-place 

ScIlOOlB. 

Qovemors of tlia "Old" 
BohoolB.— Rev. J. Barion, Mr, E. 
Biand, Rev. A. H. F. Boughey, Mt. 
R. Buwe% Mr. R. C. Burrows, 'Rey. 
L)r. Campion, Mt. J. Clark, Mc. C. 
J. Clay, Mr. W. Clayton, Rev. C. B. 
Dndte, Dr. Fawcett, Rev. Dr. Guille- 
mani, 'Rev. H. Hall, Mr. J. Hough, 
'Rev. A, E. Humphreys, Professor 
Humphry, Mr. Smann Hatrell, Rev. 
J. T. Lang, Rev. Ur. Luard, Rev. Dr. 
Lumby, Kev. J. Martin, Mr. E. J. 
Mortloclt, Mr. S. Peed, Rev. Dr. E. 
H, Perowne, Mr. T. Reed, Mr. W. 



Hamblin Smi 
Rev. W, H. K. Soames, Prof. 6tokes| 
Rev. H.Trolter, Mr. A. A.Vansittart, 
Rev. A. R. Ward. Mr. J, Webb, 'Mr, 
J. Eaden, Hon. Treasurer, 'Mr. G. H, 
Rendall, Hon. Secretary. 

*Exauli!ii Committee. 

Barnwell Abbey School, River 

Lane. Mixed. Mistral — Miss 
Reynolds, 

Harnwbll. —East Road, Boys, Girls 
and Infants. Boys : Mailer — Mr, 
Coram. Assistant Teacher — Mr. 
Warbo^. Girls : Mistress — Mils 
Bowman. Infants ; jl/u/f-«j— Miss 
S. Chandler. 

Castlr End, Honey Hill, Boys. 
Master— yit.^.'&ovtBs.n. AssislaiU- 
Masler — Mr. A, E. Bowman. 

HiGHKK Grade Boys' School, 

Paradise Street. Master— Mi. C J. 
Smith, Sicand Master ~Ur. P. 
Talbot Assistant-Master— Mr. 
Mickleburgh. 
Higher Grade Girls' School, 

Eden School. Mistress — Mrs. 

Hancock. 
KiKG Street Infants' School. 

//ti/riif— Miss Harbud. 
ICiNG St BRET. —Mixed, Mislieis— 

Mrs. Danaatt. 
Mill Road.— Girls and Infains. 

Mistress — Miss Leech. 
Newnham. — Mixed. Mistress— IJliss 

Messer. 
Occupation Road School. Mixed. 

Mistress— tAn. Bangley. Im'anls. 

Mistress — Miss Stone bridge. Assist- 

ant-Mistress — Misa Bryant. 
Park Street. — Girls and Infants. 

Mistress — Mrs. Evans. Assistant- 

Mistras~U\si A. Leach. 
S. Giles. — Girls and Infants. Girls: 

Mistress — Miss Amelia Bri^s. 

In^ts : Mislreis—IAUs Ellis. 
S. Jambs', Sturton Street — Boys. 

Mailer^Vii. Hancock, 
3. Matthew's. — Norfolk Street. 

Inlants. Mislresi—'iAx\. ^^-j. 



&heols (continued). 

t. Paul's— Hills Road, Bojra, Girls 

■nil Infants. Boys : Masttr — 

Mistrtss — Misa Beamiss- 
Infantt : Mistris! — Misa SuHon. 
Wellington Stbkkt School. 

Girls and Infants. (1/fj/'«j— Miss 
Darby, 

S. Andrew's Roman Catholic 

School, Union Road, Mixed. 

Mhtrc!s—yi\ss. Trehesrne. 

Cambridge Industrial SctLool 
— VlciOBlA KiMD. EstabUshed and 
roainlained for Ihepnrpose of reclaim- 
ing and offering boys Ihe linowledgi: 
of a irade, as well as a plain useful 

education. Moitet Mr. Michael 

Will?. 

British School.— Fitz no v St. 
Boys, Girls and Infants. Boys : 
Masur—'i&i. Bird. Girls : Mistrtss 
— Miss Reynolds. Infants — Miss 

Private Schools. — Arliss, Mi??, 
Lecture Hnll, Jesus Lane, for Girls 
and Little Boys, 

Ashlon, Miss, New .Square, Ladies' 
School. 

Barber, Mt. F. G. G., M,C.P., 
Prospect House, Causeway, Board- 
ing and Day School for Boys. 

Barham, Rev. J., B. A., Alma Terrace, 
Boarding and Day School. 

Bowen, Miss, 20, S. Andrew's Street, 
Boarding and Day School for Young 

Boning, Miss, Downing Street, Ladies' 

School. 
Brazier, Miss, Panton Street Chapel 

School Rootn, for Boys and Girls. 
Bull, Mr. S., B.A., Queen Ann 

Terrace, Coll^ate School for Boys , 
Castle, Mias, Maids' Causeway, 

Ladies' Boarding and Day School. 
Catchpole, Mr. J., Auckland School 

for Boys, Auckland Road. 
Copping & Wi'liams, The Misses, 

Victoria House School, I, Victoria 

Street, lot Girls and Little Boys. 



r AND OBNBRAL 

Dcbson, The Misses, 7, S. Andrew's 

Hill, for Little Boys and Girls. 
Green, Miss, Faikside, Boardii^ and 

Day School for Young Ladies. 
Hutt, The Missess 29, Trinity Street, 

for Young Ladies, and Prepaiatoiy 

School for Boys. 
Jaminn, Miss, 46. Burleigh Street, 

for Girls and Little Boys. 
Johnson, Mr, W. H. F., M.A,, 

I.landafT House, Boarding and Day 

School for Boys. 
King's College Choir School, Master, 

Rev. V. C. R, Reynell, M.A, 
Lankasler, Miss, Clare Hou.se High 

School, 5, Camden Terrace, Regent 

Street, for Little Boys. 
Lawson, Miss, Huntingdon Road, for 

Young Ladies. 
Lee, Miss, S. Andrew's Street, for 

Litde Boys and Girls. 
Leys, The, Wesleyan School, 

Principal, Rev. Dr. Monlton. 
Lloyd, Mr, D., Cambridge House 

Academy, Castle Street, Boarding 

and Day School for Boys. 
Main price, Miss. Dorset Terract, 

Hills Road, for Young Ladies. 
Perry, Miss, 79, Norwich Street, for 

Girli and Little Boys, 
S. Clement's Church House School, 

Mixed, Miss Kathleen Dalton. 
S. John's College School, for Choir 

Boys, 70, Bridge Street, Master, 

Mt. Lister. 
Saunders, Miss, S, Edward's Passage 

for Giris. 
Scudamore, Mrs., Mill Road, fat 

Young Ladies. 
Smart, Miss, 56, Regent Street, 

Boarding and Day School for VooDE 

Ladies. 
Starling, Miss, Bridge Street, for Girii 

and Little Boys, 
Sutton, Miss, Llandaff House, R^at 

Street, Boarding and DayScbotulor 

Young Ladies. 
Thomdick, Miss, 35, Bridge Street, 

Boarding and l3ay School !o! 

Young Ladii 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Schaolt fcontinuadj . 
Mao, The Misses. Bateman 
luse, Bute man Stieet, Ladies' 

Iboum, The Misses, Cavendish 
>iiae School, Baleman Street, for 
lUDg Ladies. 

tjr School for Choir Boys, Trinity 
■eet. Master, Mr. James. 
irsa Bc^oq\.-~( Endowal for 
.} Head yWjjiW— John Barrow 
I, M.A., lale Scholar of New 

ge, Oxford. Mathtmatieal Masler 
le Rev. John Wisken, M.A., late 
iir or flODville and Caius College. 
Htk MaiUr—Tne Rev. G. W. 
en. M. A., Corpus Cbristi College. 
'. Mas/el's Assulanl—V.itt. R. II. 
r»d, B.A.. S. John's College. 
•ers in Junior SiAmI—C. E. 
son, M.A., lale Scholar of Mag- 
leCollegeiM, Hughes, -S. John's 
■g^i G.J. Poole. FrcUihMasUr 

W. G. Pound. Natural Science 
Kr— R. M. Lewis, M.A., B.Sc., 
,ral Science Lecturer, Downing 
M, Drawinx Master — D.Wooii, 
olofArt. Music Master— -fl.C. 
hern', A.R.A.M. Geveniors of 
:AeeL—V MlVBRSlTV— J.Hamblin 
hjM.A., 42,Tniinpineton Street; 
I Professor J. Rawaon Lumby, 
., Grantcbciter. Cooptative — 
f. Cloy. M.A., West House, 
nhem; Neville Goodman, M.A., 
SpingtonRond; W.Eaden Lilley, 
Jarket Street. Caius Cox.i.«gk 
;*. B. H. Drury. M.A., Caius 
"ee; C. H. Monro, M.A., Caius 
jge; Bev. J. P. Gatrick, M.A., 
I College. Town— J. Cooke, 
•on Street ; J. Eadeii, Newnhim; 
A. Faweelt, M.D., 3, Sctope 

leei T.Nichols.5, Sidney Street; 

ced, Lensfield Road; W. B. 

im, Parkside. 

irae School for airla.—//™/ 

■ea — Miss StreeL This School 

ipened at 6S, Trump ington Street. 

[uttar; 17th, 18S1. Age of 



admission, 7 years and upwards. Fee 
for each of the three Terms of the 
year, ^^5, with a reduction in the case 
of sisters. Entrance fee at the age o( 
7 to II years inclusive, ^i ; at the 
age of 12 years and upwards, £2. 

A PREPARATORY SCHOOL 
in connection with the above, on the 
Kindergarten principle was opened 
at the same place and time. Age iif 
admission, 4 to 6 years inclusive. 
Fee for each of the three Terms, £i, 
with a reduction in the case of 
memhers of the same f Jroily. Entrance 
fee los. 

Scientific ItiBtrament Makers. 

Scientific Instrument Co., Panlon- 



Sewing UacMno Agents. 

Harper, Joshua, 11, S. AndreVs- 
Winship, Joseph, 17, Petty-cuty 

Sliirt M&kers. 
Bodger, Aifred, 12, Sidney-street 
Buttress, Reuben, 15, S. Johu's-alreet 
Gark, Richard L., Trinity-street 
Manaden, Francis Luckett, 50, Sidney- 



Palmer, Jno. Styche, 3, Pctty-ctiry 
Smith, A. W., JO, King's-paradc 
Vawser, William K., 32 & 33, Petty- 

Warwicker, William J., 31, Trinity- 



Ballard, Son & Company, 

Petty-cury 
Lilley, W. Eadcn & Co., li. Market-' 



I 



SilTergmitlis. 

{See iValch and Cloik Makers, &-c.) 

Slate MerciiantB. 

ColliD, William, CasdC' 



Soap Factors- 
Brimley, "WTiibley & Sod, Victoria- 
road, Chesterton 

Solicitors. 

Adcoclt, F. Poland, LL.M., 30, 

Chiislmas, John Sanders, iz, S. An- 
drew's;- street 

Eadens & Knowles, 15, Sidney-street 

Ellison. Burrows & freeman, 4, 
Alexander-street 

Fetch & Jarrold, 55, S. Andrew's- 

Fiich, George William, 71, Regent- 
Fosters 4 Lawrence, 10, Trinity-street 
Francis & Franciii, 17, Emmanuel- 

Ginn. Samuel Reuben, 64, S. An- 

Grain, H., t. Mill-lane 

Holden, Sanders, 2%, Market-place 

Lyon, AJgernOQ J., Umivermty Stores, 

S. Andrew's-street 
Palmer & Boanelt, 23, S, Andiew's- 

street 
Papworth & Frcncti, S. Aodrew's-hill 
Peed, S. & W., 11, Benet-street 
Prior, James W., 11, Emmanuel- 
Ranee &C, Son, 63, S. Andrew's- 



Wayman, Ephraim, LL.M., I, Silver- 
si reel 
Whitehead, Heniy J., l. Post Office- 

Whitehead, J. E. L., 7, S. Andrew's 

Spectacle Makers- 

Pain, Walter E-, r3, Sidney-street 
Sadd, Robert, 7, King's-parade 



Stationers. 

Baker, WiDiani O., 24, Magddkne- 

Cruse. Henry. r3. Bridge-street 
Deighton, BeU & Co., 1 3, Trim ty-street 
Dixon, Thomas, 9. Market-street, and 

20. S. Andrew's-street 
Hall & Sons, 51, Trumpingtoo-stiect 
Hcfier, William, 104, Fitzroy-street 
Janis, Mrs. E., (and Fancy Goods,) 

i^, Trumpington-street 
Johnson, Elijah, 30, Trinity-street 
Johnson, Harry, iS, Pelly-cury 
Jones & Piggott, Trinity-street 
Ladd, Henry S., u, Tnnity-street 
Linsdell, WUlJam R., 46, Kmg-street 
Macmillan & Bowes, I , Tiinity-stteet 
Metcalfe, W. & Son, 9, Tiini^-slreet 
Nutter, Miss C, 14, Regent-street 
Parker, H., 8. Pembroke- street 1 

Payne, Henry Chas.H., i.Enunanuel- 



, King'B- 



Severs, Richard Inman, ; 

Shrive, Jno., 4, Sidney-street 
Spalding, W. P., 43, Sidney-street 
Starling, Bedford A., 59, Bndge-street 
Tomlin, Henry, 73, Bridge- street 
Tomlin, William, 14, Trinity-street 
Waters, William H-, 7, Rose-crescent 
Weatherhead, William, 8, t!nion-st. 
Wheaton, Samuel. 39. King-street 
Young, Saml- S., 121 to 124, FitzKi;- 

Stay and Oorset Makers. 



Moule, Isaac, 2, Market-street 

Shaldrick, Miss Martha, 17, New- 

Btone and Marble Masons. 

Bowd, Jno., i88j, East-road 
Dring. Oliver, 100, Russcll-atrect 
Hali, Wm., East-road 
Mann, George, Mill-road 
Tomson, Mrs., 69, Trumpington-strecl 
Wiles, J., 9, Regent-street 



straw Boimet Makers. 

Stearn, Ann, gt, Castle street 
Tomlinson, Mrs., 9, S. James'-tcrra 
Victoria-Toad 



Gaunt, George, 83, Fitzroy-slreet 
Horobin, Norfolk-tenace 
RejTioWs, James, 72, Newmarket-road 
Thurston, Mis., 14, Market-street 



{For Physicians see also University 

informatuirt.) 
Adams, Dennis.J.P., 30, Sidney-street 
Armstead, Uoiversity Stores, S. 

AndrewVstreet 
Baiter, Henry Foster, 33, Trinily- 

stitet 
Bradbury, John BucUey, M.D., 59, 

Trumpington-street 
Buckingham, John, Huntingdon 

House, Castle -street 
BurreU, Lionel. M.D., M.R.C.S., 

L.S.A., I. Eastern- terrace. 

Carter, James, 30, Petty-cury 
Carver, Edmund, M.A., M.B., 58, 
I Tmmpington-street 
Deighton, John, Eastbonme Villas, 

Hills-road 
Fawcett & Hough, 37, Tmnipingti 

Hall, Francis R., 10, Pulling-terra 

Mill-road 
Hill, Thomas Hyde, 60, S. AndrewV 



J.D., 

56, Trumpington-strect 
Ingle, R. N., M.D., 21, Regent-street 
Knowles, Edmund, M.R.C.S., 12, 

Newmaiket-ioad 
Lesturgeon, Chas., M.A., 33, Trinity- 



Roper, W. Rob., M.A., L.R.C.P.E., 

&c., 3, Camden-place 
Ranson, Frederick P. F., M.D„ 

Bellevue House, Chesterton-road 
Tumell, Arthur Pythias, 5, Jesus-lane 
Wallis, George, 57, TruinpingtOD- 

Wherry, G. E., M.A-, S3, Trumping- 

Snrveyors. 

Bland, David, i6, S. George's-terraee, 



Chesti 






Bays, Edwin, Sidney-street 

Bowyer, William John, 6, S. Minver- 
terrace, Boteman-street, and Back 
of Town Hall, Town Surveyor 

Fawcett, W. M., Silver-street 

Grain & Long, I, S. Andrew's-liill 



Rootham, Lewis, 32, Clarendon- 
street (Building Surveyor) 
Smith & Roolte, 7, Green-street 
Waters, Frank, Emmanuel-street 

Tailors and Bobe Mafaere. 



Bird, Edward, 3, Free-school-lane 
Bowtell, Samuel, 48, Regent-street 
Brown, John, 5, King's-parade 
Briggs, Peter, aS, Magdalene-street 
Buffis, D., 10, Jesus-terrace, New- 

Bulman, Wm., 18, Rose-crescent 
Burrell, James, 4, Rose-crescent 
Carpenter £c Ne^ 7 [ and 72, Trump- 
Carpenter, Geo. Ralph, i. All Saints'. 



SPALDING S STREET AND GENERAL 



Tailori and Robe Makers [continued). 

Cbater & Osbaiun, ij, KingVparade 

and 1, Maitct-place 
Cohen, Nathan, 7, James'.lerrace. 

Newmaiket-road 
Colliii, Geo,, 1, Pcas-hiD 
Coward, WiUiflm J., 9, Milford-street 
Cnizon Frederick, 15 * 16, Regent-sl. 
Daniela, W. H.. ij, S. John's-streel 
DiiOD, Charles, Dowoing-streel 
Ellis, Richard A., 5, Clare-teirace, 

Castlc-itreet 
Flock, Robert Chas., 19, Green-street 
Gamleo & Co., as. Petty Cuty 
Goody. Spencer Thomas, 9, Peas-hill 
Hardwick, Joseph, 35 and 36, Tnimp- 

ington-street 
Holdsworth, Thomas H., 19, S. An- 

iBon, Ciiarles G., 20, Alberl-slreet , 

Easl-road 
Tohnson, P. T. & Co., 3i, Market-place 
Johnson, John, 2. RegEnt-tcrTace 
Johnson, Wm., 51, Sidney-streel 
Kirby &, Son, 6, S. Andrew's-hill 
Levctt, "W., University Stores, S. 

Andrew's-street 
Mflltby. Chas. S., 13, Burleigh- 51 reel 
Maltby, Samuel, South-street 
MarkJev, John, i. Fair-street 
Marshall 4 Co., 6, All Saints'-passage 
Moore, Mrs., 14, Bridge-street 
Nash, 4, S. Maiy's-passage 
Pratt, Thomas, aS, Trinity-slreet 
Pepper & Son, [oaQdir,Bridge-stree( 
Radford & Son, a, MiJl-lane 
Ransom It Son, 13, Triiutj-streeC 
RoepCT, Charies, 2, Trinity-street 
Sabbertoo, R. & Son,5, Bridge-street 
Salisbury, James, 105, Filzroy-street 
Sharp, James W., 3Z, Market-street 
Shallow & Mouel, 31, Trinity-street 
Stevenson, Peter S., 34 and 3S1 B""^- 

Icigh-street 
Taylor, Joshua, 58 « 59, Sidney-street, 

and at Fore-hitl, Ely 
'Iliur)baum & Son, 15, Trinity-street 
Tofta, Timothy, 7, Mill-street 
Vinter & Sons, la, S. John'a-street 
Waits, Byron Thos., 34*, Hills-road 
Webb, £dward, 37, Fitiroy-atreet 



Tallow Chandlers. 

Brimicy, WTiibley & Son, Garden- 
walk, Victoria-nsad 
Hallack & Bond, t and 3, Guildhnll- 

"Warreo & Sons, 4. Maiket-place 

Teachars. 

{See also Schools.) 
Barley, Mrs., dancing, I, Bmmanuel- 

Bilton, Edmund Jno., music, Stanley 

House, Mill-road 
Boquel, Lucien, French, 63, S. An- 

Brown, Hetuy J., music, igj, Trinity- 

Dewberry, Frederick, mu^c, z, Eni- 



ewbeny, 

Dewberry, Wm. C, 50, Jesas-lane 
Fulcher, Robert, practical enpneerinf, 

8, Warkworth-street, Park-9(le 
Gatretl, George MurceU, Mas. Doc., 

music, J, Park-side 
Green, Miss H., 11, Park-side 
Hewson, Jno., Madingley-road 
Lavarenne, Mrs. Pauline, French, I, 

Parker-street 
Lee, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann, dancingi 

51, City-road 
Poole, William Heniy, dnging, ii. 

Ready, Miss Mary A., muse, 13, 

£nunanuel-road 
Rich, Miss E., music, 47, King-street 
Smith, Patrick J., music, 5, All 



Wood, Thomas M., music, I, Waii- 
worth-slreet. Park-side, andMarkel- 

TenniB Ooorta, 

(Sie Racquet and Tennis CaurU). 



DIRECTORY OP CAHBRtDGE, 



Timber Mercbaata. 



Tobacco Manu&ctarer- 
Banyard, James Spicer, Thompson's- 

TobaoconiBts and Cigar Mer- 
ohants. 

Bacon Brollicr?, i6, Marltet-place 
Barrett, AJfred, G5, Bridge-street 
Beale. Thomas, 28, King-street 
Botmett, Walter G., 103, Fititoy- 



Ccilman, CourtenRy, iS 
Donghtf, Al&ed H., 



S. Andrew 's- 
130, Fitzroy. 



I, King' 



Harris, Simon, i, Union-sfreet 
Harris, Thomas, 40, Petty Cury 
Lunn, Collin, 3, Bridge-street 
Martin, Mrs. Hannah, ! I, Market- 
passage 
JUstetson, Mrs. Ellen, 

street 
Newman, Charies, 37, Melbourne. 

Oakley, John, 19, King's-parade 
Olivei, the Misses S. & L., 10, 

Andrew's-street 
Shallow, Thomas S., 2, Ro5e-cres< 
Slater, Mrs. Naomi, 48, Mill-road 
Unwin, John, rog, Fitzroy-strect 
WilBon, James Kmpson, 40, Regent- 
Wilson, George Thomas, 53, Bridge- 



I ShMHWO, i. it T., ^, Market-place 



Tripe Dressers. 

ieph, 36, Filiro; 
, 137, iiturton-s 

Trunk Makers. 

Odams, CbnE.,44, S. Andrew's-st 

Robinson, Richard, tl, Snssex-sl 

Yonng, Saml. L., 121 to 125, Fitz 

street, wholesale and retail 



Umbrella Makers. 



Hodges, John & Annie, irj, East- 



Belmont-place, 
King-street 
Brockett, Alfred, ^j, Kingston-Street 
Bulstrode, C. S-, 38 Sidney-street 
Bunnell, Edward W., 131, Fitzroy- 

Crawley, Chas., Old Red Lion Yard, 

Bridge-street 
Cooke & Sons, 9, Hobson-street 
Drake, Wm., 4, Broad-Street 
Fisher, Wm., 17, Fitzroy-slreet 
Heath, Charles, 13, Fair-sl 
Hicks, Alfred, 47, City -- 



licks, Alfred, 47, Citj-road 
racob, George, 29, Hills-road 
"■-■— ''— " Portland-place 



, ^a., 2, Poi 
Prime, ThoE. H., 27, Burleieh-slreet 
Sayle, Robert, 12 to 17, S. Audrew's- 

Smilh, Henry, 11. S- James-street 
Swann, Tno. & Son. 19, Sidney-street 
Taylor, Chas-, 12, Tennis Court-road 
Turner, Henry, 5 & 6, Regent-street 
Yarrow, Matthew, 6a, StuEtiia.-slx«e!i. 




Ansell, James, 75,Trumpmgtoo-street 
Bulstrode, Chnstophci Stone, 38, 



ler, SI, Bnd 
Cliirke, Harriet, 35, Fitzroy-street 
Cooke Sc SonSjS; Hobson-slreet 
Dodd, M., 31, Tnmminglon-street 
Foi, John H., 45, HiUsTottd 
Kulcher, Samuel, 5;, Bridge-street, 

and Ram-yard 
Orders, Thomas C., 13, Emmanuel-al. 
Pilgrim, Edgar, Victoria-road 
Plumb, Charles, 7, Pemberton-road 
Plumb Sc Frisby, Little S. Mary's-lane 
Rayner, Walter C, si, Silver^treel 
Skellon, Samuel, 3I, Bridge-street 
Starling, B. A., Quay Side 
Stockbridge, Waller, Gifford-place, 

Green-street 
Swan, John & Son, ig, Sidney-street 
Thompson, Henry, 6, Bridge-street 
Thompson & Son, q & in, Fitzroy-st. 
Tofts, EUiott, 10, Peas-hill 
Warland, Geo. H., 91, Fitzroy-street 
Warren, J., Vieloria-road 

Teteiinary Sargeons. 

Hills, Henry, Castle-yard, S. An- 
drew' s-street 

Parkhouse, WalJis, 23, Silver;-street 

Sparrow, Stephen, 11, Downing-st. 

Wallis, Page. 10, Jesus-lane, and 
Adam's-yard 

Waters, George, S, S. Andiew's-hiD 

Vinegar Maker. 

Bird, Wm. Kidman, Magdalene-st. 



Watcli and Clock Makers 
and Jewellers. 



Crouch, Wm. Hy., 65, Trurapingtoi 



Hitzman, Henry, 11, Rose-erescent 
Jackson & Eusden, 5a & 53, S. 

Andrew's-street 
Moriey, John L, & Frcdk., 7. Hohton 



and Rose-crescent 
Rogers, Alfred, 68, Sidney-street 
Smith, William, gj, Fitzroy-strcet 
Tabraham, Arthur, i5. East-road 
Wchrle, A., 29, Sidney-street 
Wehrle, A. & Son, 41, Hyde Park 

Wehrle, Paul. 17 & 18. Regent-street 
Wickes, George. 3, Sidoey-street 
Young, Wm. H., 8, Bridge-street 

Wheelwiiglits. 

Mnnder, Benjamin, 60, New-street. 

East-road 
Underwood, Bemiah, 17, Guildhall- 
Wright, W., 45, Regent-street 

WIiiteBiultlis, Locksmiths and 
BelUiangers. 

Macintosh, Alexr., 23, Market-street, 
and at Sidney-street and Hills-road 
Male, David, 49, Sturtou-street 
Shippey, Geo. A. & Son, 52, Sidney- 

Songer, Roger, 17, Silver-street 



Exchange^lrei 



L, 24. 35 Sc 26, Con 



Wine & Spirit Merchaots. 
Bruvet, Chas. Adolphe DCsirf, Sid- 



;, W.,jS,S.^ 

CodlinEj I. H., S, Greeo-atreet 
Dyson & Son, Chesterton-road 
Eaden, Hny. & Nephew, 12, Maikel- 

Edwards, Henry, 3, Market-place 
Freeman & Son, 19, Gold-street 
Hirst, J., 7, GuihlliaU-street 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Wine and Spirit Merchants 

f continued). 

Lincoln & Sons, Agents for W. & A. 

Grilbey, 35, Sidney-street 
Linn, Colfin, 3, Bridge-street 



Mann, Tom, 97, King-street 
MarshaU, I. Fi " ~ 

John-street 



^redk. & Co., 11, S. 



AuUer, James F., 14, Benet-street 
Moden, John, 16 & 17, Market-street 
Morley, Greo. Thomas, i, Petty-cury 
Moyes, Andrew H., 6, Petty-cury 
Moyes, J. A., Tmmpington-street 
Newman, Thomas Wm., 12, Mill-lane 
Nichols, Thomas & Son, 5, Sidney- 
street, and 54, Bridge-street 
Potts, W.. 5, Quay-side 
Rowe, Fdk. Adams, 27, Trinity-street 



Scales, George, 7, King-street 
Sedger, Joseph (late Sedger & Law- 
rence), 10, MarKet-place 
Steel, Henry, 4, Guilahall-street 
Waters, Wm. H., 6, Rose-crescent 
Whitmore & Co., i3a,Downing-street ,. 
I, S.Andrew's-hill, Bridge-street & 
Guildhall -street 

Woollen Drapers. 

Basham, Wm. L & Son, 31, Petty- 
cury 
Chater & Osbom, 41, Petty-cury 
Chater, Wm. G., ifl, Market-place 
Pateman & Co., 53, Sidney-street 
Sayle, Robert, 12 to 17, S. Andrew's- 
street 




153 



PRIVATE RESIDENTS. 



•■ Masters of Collega and Raident Fillirws sei eack Cnllige i 
Diriclory. 



Lbbott, Alex. Edward, 36, Hilb-rosd 
lAbholt, The Misses, 36, Hills-road 
K'Abbs, Asa, 36, Bateman-stteet 

■ Adams, H. Ji K., 31, Melboume- 

PA&s, Professor Jno. C, M.A., 

■ " F.B.S., Madingley-road 
P-Adims, Mrs., 25, Ferry-path 

"idams, Mtss Lottie, 5, bidney-street 
ulams, John, 2, Eveaden -villa, Hills- 

Addison, Charles, 4, Belvedere-ter- 
race, Fantoa-street 
Addison, Mrs. Ellen, 1, Bentinck- 
e, Bentinck -street 
E ^ddisnn, Edivu-d, 4, Kingston -terrace 

Mill-road 
Ainslie, Gilbert, J. P., Brook-honse, 

Truiiipingt on ■ street 
Alexander, J,, 15, Jesus-lane 
Allen. Mrs. Elizabeth A., 36, Union- 

road [school-lane 

Allen, John Barrow, M.A., Free- 
Allen, Thomas, 7, Filzwilliam-street 
Ambrose, Thomas, 13, Feiry-path 
Amos, Re». James, M.A„ Paston- 

house, Bateman-street 
Amps, Mrs. Lydia, 38, Panlon-streel 
Anderson, John, 6, All Saints' Passage 
Andrews, Charles, Bateman-vUla, 

Bateman-street 
Andrews, Henry, iB, Eastboume- 
, tenace. Hills-road 
f.Anningson, BusheU, M.A., M.D., 

Bartoa-ioaA 



Ansell, Miss M. A., 2Z, FitzwiHiMn- 

Applin, Thomas, 4, Clare-tetraee, 
Castle-street 

Apihorpe, Miss Ameha K., 11*, 
Nenmarkel-road 

Asher, Mrs. M., 8, Regent -terram, 
pRiker's-pieee 

Ashman, Kichard, 1, Short-street 

Ashton, Edwin, Milton-villa, Claren- 
don-road, Avenue 

Ashton, Mrs. Mary A., 36, New- 

Asplen, Rev. G.W., M.A.,Wadmare- 

house, Panton-street 
Atkins, Mendham, 3i, Norwich-street 
Atkinson, Rev. George Barnes, M.A., 

Clare-villas, Barton-road 
Atkins, Mrs. Betsy, i, Norwich-street 
Attack, Benjamin, 10, Newnham- 

Attack, Miss, 6, Malcolm-street 
Audley, Mrs. Mary, zi, Norwidi- 

Angust, Robert, 3, Petersfield 
Austin, William, 17, Eastboome- 

terrace, Hills -road 
Ayres, Joseph, 6, Brunswick-place 

Babinglon, Charles Cardale, M.A., 

5, Brooksidc 
Bacon, Mrs., 8, Huiitingdon-road 
Bailey, Frederick, Burleigh-house, 

Ne wm arket-road 
Bailey, Hariy, 13, Eden-street 



DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Bailc]!, Henry, 242, Newmarket-rosd 
Bailey, James, 6i, Russeli-sCreel 
Bailey, Mrs. Sarah, Elm-cottage, 

Elm-Cenace, Panton-stteet 
Bailey, Samuel, 6, New-square 
Bailey, William J., 3, Filzwilliam- 

Bsker, Henry, Arundel-villas, Station- 
ro.d [.IT..! 

Baker, James, Regent House, Regent- 
Baker, William, 47, Hills-road 
Ballard, Samuel, Trumpingtun-road 
Balls, Harold C, 161, Gwydic-street 
Banbam, Charles, Grove-house, Ches- 

Baiiham, C. F., Welvin-house, Ches- 

Banham, Charles H., S. John's-villa, 

Station-road 
Banham, Daniel, Cliflon-viUa, Sta- 

Banham, Robert, 37, Green-street 
Banyatd, James S., 3S, New-square 
Baoyard, Mrs., 13, I'crry-path 
Banks, Charles, Eastem-hoase, Bate- 

Baibet, Fraccis G. G., 5, M^d's- 

Barber, Isaac, Station- road 
Barber, Mrs,, 11, Tennis Court-road 
Barber, Mrs. Elizabeth A., 5, Hills- 

BBiham, Rev. John, B.A., 3, Alma- 
terrace, Parker's-piece 
Barker, G., 17, Farkside, Parker's- 

Barker, Mn., xq, Malcolm-street 
Barnard, Mrs. Ann, S, Panton-street 
Barnes, Benjamin, 1, Bentinck-street 
BamicotI, O, R., it, BedTord -terrace, 

Chesterton-road 
Barrell, Geo., 169, Gwydir-street 
Barrett, Frederick, 24, New-square 
Barrett, George, 9, Parker-slreet 
Barrett, Robert, 60, Bateman-street 
Barrett, Robert, 30, New -square 
Barron, Richard Pears, 3, Little S. 

Mary's-Une 
Barrow, Joseph, la, Huatingdon-road 
Barrow, Mrs. Sophia A., 2, Bay- 
terrace, Norwich-street 



liartlett, Guslavus, 58, Hills-road 
Uarton, Rev. J., M.A., 7, Brookside 
liaaham, Wilham Isaac, The Maples, 

Mill -road 
Bass, Jackson, 2, Clement-passage 
IJateson, Mrs., 7, S. Peter's-terrace 
Battell, Edward, 31, New-square 
Bayes, Mrs. Charles, 3, Bay-terrace 

Norwich -street 
Beal, George, liussei-villa, Bateman 

street [han 

Beale, Isaac, Ashton Houiie, Newn 
Beale, John, 6, Geldart- terrace. 

Mill-road 
Beale, Joseph, I, Regent-terrace, 

Parker's- piece 
Beales, Bamet William, 42, Sidney- 



Beck, Edward A., M.A., 9, Newn- 

ham-lcrrace 
Bcddall, Philip, 17, John-street, City- 

Bedwell, George C, 6, Queen Ann's 

Bell, Walter, 30, Hnntingdon-road 
Bell, Mrs. Mary A., 2, New-square 
Bellamy, Hugh, 63, HiUe-road 
Bennett, Edward, Cleveland -villa. 

Station-rood 
Benson, Mrs. Sarah, 5, S. Mlnver- 

Bensly, Robert Lubbock, M.A., 

Hazaldeane-house 
Benton, Richard Alkin, 12, Spring- 

lerrace, Chesterton-road 
Benton, Mark, VictOria-road 
Bernard, The Misses, 2, Alma -terrace, 

Parker's-piece 
Besant, "William H., M.A., F.R.S.. 

4, Benet'place, Lensfield-road 
Bewley, Geo^e Edward, 27, Regent- 

Bicknell, Rev. Clarence, Shaftesbutj- 

house, Shaftesbury-road 
Biddulph, Mrs. Hannah, Brunswick- 



Bilton, Edmund John, Stanlcf-hoosE, 

Uill-roul 
BirkB, Rev. Tlmnus R,, M.A,, Satis- 

bucy-nllas, Station- road 
Bird, Fredk. H., 12, Chureh-slreet 
Bird, Mr*. Maiy, 15, Eastbourn*- 

teiracc. Hills- road 
Bird, Mrs., Halifux-road, Hunting- 

doQ-Tnad 
Bird, W. K., 49, Jesus-lane 
Bishop, Arthur W,, 14, S, Minver- 

teiTBce, Bsteman -street 
Bitlen, Mrs. Annie, 4, Jsunes'-terrace, 

Niwroatltel-road 
Black, Kev. Robert, M.A. 
Blacklock, Joseph, 26, New-Equare 
Bland, Ellas, I, Jesus lane 
Bliiikharn, Rev, Raynor R., z. Pros. 

Blinkhom, William A.,26, Ferry-patli 
Blunden, Henry J., 53, Btidee-slreet 
Bond, John H., M.U.. 4, Regent-st. 
Bond, William, 3, Brook-aide 
Boning, Henry, 38, Jesus-lane 
Boning, Heoiy S., 27, Caslle-street 
Boning, Jolin, 32, Trumpington-atreet 
Booth, Charles, 180, Earl-sCreet 
Booth, Mrs. Amelia, Brunswick-place 
Borissow, Rev. Louis, M.A., Trurap- 

Bowen, Miss ChaHolte, Emmanuel- 
bouse, 5. Andrew-road 
Bowes, Robert, 13, Park-lerrace, 

Patlcer's-piece 
Bowman, Rev.Edwsrd, 1, Bay-terrace, 

Norwich-road 
Bowmnn, Ebenezer, 14, Honey-hill 
Bowyer, William Jno., 6, S. Minver- 
tetrace, Bateman-Btrect [road 

Boyer, Rev. Robert B., a, Mortimer- 
Bradbury, John Bnckley, M.D., 3, 

S. Peter's-terrace 
Bradford, Alfred S., 9, Pulling -terrace. 

Mill-road 
Bradwell, Mrs-EIiia, 2, Camden -place 
Brambley, Ebenezer C, Mill-road 
Bray, George, Milton-road 
Brennan, David, 39, Norwich-street 
Breunan, William, 17, Mill-road 
Bridge, Miss Elizabeth E, 



BriggB, John, 84, Russell-street 
Bright, Edwin, 18, Maid'a-caoseway 
Bright, Wm., 19, Jesua-laoe 
Brinley, W. A., 148, Gwydir-street 
Broclmer. Carl M., Salisbuiy-viUu, 

Station-road 
Brock, Edmund, 4, Perowne-streel 
Brooker, Mrs. Maty A., 4, Claremont, 

Hills-road 
Broulisby, Edward L., Himtiogdon- 

Brown, Mrs. E., 44, Jesus-lane 
Brown, Thomas, Barton -road 
Brown, William Robert, 1, Fin- 
Browne, Moses, J. P., Camden Hotls«i 

Parker's- piece 
Browne, Rev. George Forrest, B,D., 

54, Bateman-street 
Brunton, Miss Lucy, Panton-catl^c 

Coroiiation-stieet 
Bryan, James B., Fitzwilliam-hous^ 

Filz Willi am-road-a venue 
Bryan, Richard, Emmanuel-Gtreet 
Bryan, Mrs. Martha, 30, S. Min»et- 

te trace, Bateman-street 
Bryant, Mrs. Mary B., 7, Easlboume- 

terrace, Hills-toad 
Bull, Samuel, I, Queen Ann's- terrace 
Bull, William, 12, Pulliug-tcnace, 

Mill-road 
Bullock, Charles, 3, Pearson's-court 

Wheeler-stteet 
Bullock, George, Priory-grange, New- 



psled, ■ 



B., New 



Burden, Stephen, 5, Belvoir-tetraee 
Bordikiu, Mrs., 2, Fitzwilliaro-street 
Burgess, Henry F., 3, New-square 
Burgess, Jane, i, Green-street 
Burgoyne, Wm. S., 23, HiUs-roid 
Burr, Thomas W., 32, Emery-street, 

Mill-road 
Burrell, James, 76, TmmpiiigtoQ-Etiect 



DiRECTORV OF CAMBRIDGE. ^^^H 


ws, Robert Charks, 19, Parlt- 


Challis, Rev. J., M.A., F.R.S., 3, ^H 


E, PBiker's-piece 


Tnimpington-street ^^M 


y, John, 5, Summerfield, Newn- 


Chambers, Mrs., Ferry-path ^^H 




Chandler, John, t, KingstOD-terrace, ^^H 


ess, Frederidt E., 9, Regent- 


Mill-road ^^M 


race, ParkGc's-piece 


Chandler, Mrs. Mary, 24, Hills-road ^H 


Rev. Robert, M.A., S. Chads, 


Chapman, Miss, tt, Free-school-laoe ' 




Chapman, Miss, 19, Regent-street 


. F. W„ HuminedOE.raad 


Chapman, George, 20, Silver-street 




Chapman. Henry, Woodstock -villa. 




Station-road ^^_ 


it. Edmund, MUl.road 


Chapman, Henry S., 2, Round ^^M 


T, Miss Maria, 41, New-square 


Church -street ^^M 


:it, Captam, 2, Cintca-tertace 


Chapman, James B., 3, Maid's- ^H 


ibell. Rev. John Pepper, I, 


causeway ^^H 


ersfield 


Chase, Rev. Frederick H., M.A., ^H 


«oD, WiUiara W., Richraond- 


14. Brookside ^H 


a, Sution-road 




am, James, Derby Cottage, 


Chater, William G., 3, Dorset-terrace, ^^H 


tby -street 


Hills-road ^H 


am, John D., 177, Gwydir-street 


Cherry, Francis, I, S. Geot^eVvillas, ^^H 


, Robert, 2, Barnabas- villas. 


Chesterton-road ^^H 


U-road 


Cherry, Mrs. M., 5, Malcolm-street ^H 


am, WQHani I., 18, City-road 


Chettle, Edward, I, Panton-streec ^^H 


ess,ThQmas,4, FiUwiJliam-street 


Child. Tom, 11, Downiog-terrace ^^ 


BE, William, Richmond-villi, 


ChUds, John, Glenalmond-villa, Fiti- 


ition-road 


william-road. Avenue 


enter, George R., 2, Queen 


Chisholm, Hugh, 25, Union-terrace, 




Mill-road [street 


Mrs., Clare-villas, Barton-road 


Chishohn, Miss M. A., 15, Sidney. 


Mrs. Ann W., 1, Ciotra- terrace 


Clark, Mrs., S. Peter's-terrace 


William D., 28, Emery-street, 


Clark, Edward Charles, S, Benet-street 


ll-road 


Clark. John Willis, M.A., I, Scrope- 


>11, George, 58, Russell-street 




if, Mrs. Sophia, 6, Brunswick- 


Clarke, Charles Edwin, LL.D.. 


ice 




CT, Edmund, M.B., Hohn Leigh, 


CInrke, Edward, 9. Emmanuel-road 


Mt-road 


Clarke, Mrs. Eliiabeth, 9, S. Minver- 


, Edwin, Edith- terrace, Searle- 


terrace, Bateman -street ^^^B 


eeC 


Clarke, Frederick Lancelay, 16, -^^H 


e. The Misses, 13, Mald's- 


Panton-street ^^H 


iseway 


Clarke, George, 73, Burleigh-street ..^^H 


ipole, JohnA., 6, Auckland -road 


Clarke, John, 57, Regent-street -^^H 


ng, James, 2, Free scbool-lane 


CUrkc, John S., 16, S. Mlnver-ter-^^^B 
race, Bateman -street '^^H 


.w, Charles S„ 17, PuUing- 


wce. Mill-road 


Clarke, Joseph, l, S. Minvei-terrac^ ;^^H 


ill, John, I, Geldart-tercace, 


Bateman-street ^^^H 


U-ttM 


Clarke, WiUiam, 3, Bentinck-terraoe, ^H 


mtt, Miss Mary, West-road 


Bentinck-street ^^H 


By, Prof. Arthur, M.A., F.R.S,, 


Clear, Mrs. Eliza, 35, Emety-street, ^H 


irden-houae. Little S. Mary's- lane 


MiU-road ^^M 


^ at 


g^^^^^^^^^H 




_ lar, Sunuei, 65, Hills-road 
Ckf, CapC. Charles John, M.A.,J. 

West-honse, Weat-road 
Clay, Mrs. Maty, 3, Bentinck. 
Clayton, Robert, 1, Arbury-te. 
Clayton, William, 9, Park -aide 
Clayton, Williani, Anston-house, 

Batentan-streeC 
Cockrell, William, 9, Filzwilliam-st. 
Cde, Edward, 35, Malcolm-atreet 
Coe, Williani, 51, Jesus-lane 
Cole, Mrs. Elizabeth, 35, Hills-road 
Cole, Mrs. L., Feriileigh-house, 

Hills -road 
Colltetl,MissS.D., 54,Trumpington- 

CoUier, Edward, 1, Belvedere -terrace, 

PantOQ-street 
Collier, Richard R., 4, Bedford- 
terrace, Chesterton-road 
Collier, Tregotiwell, 34, Norwich- 
street 
Collin, William, 54, Castle-slreet 
CoUings, John, 47, New-square 
Colliogs, Sirs. T., 2, Melboome-place 
CoUingwood, James, Victoria-road 
Collingwood, Joseph, 45, Fantou- 

streel 
Collission, Mrs, Jeannetta S., 6, 

Panton-street 
Constable, Keeble, 47, Jesus-lane 
Constable, Mrs. Maty A., 14, Nor- 
wich-street 
Constable, W. H., 4, College-terrace, 

Hills-ioad 
Cook, Charles, a, Avenue 
Cooke, Geoige John, 7, Manor-street 
Cooke, Joseph E., i, Downing- terrace 
Cookson, The Misses Elizabeth and 

Hannah, 16, Trumpington-street 
Cooper, Mrs., 32, Jesus-Une 
Cooper, John W., LL.D., 59, Bate- 
Copes, Mrs. Eoiroa Maynard, II, 

Regent-street 
Corben, Mrs. F., 24, Malcolm-street 
Cordeux, Miss Anne E., Ill, New- 



tectace, Bateman-: 

owan, Robert Richard, 3, PuUing- 
MtU-road 
Cowell, Daniel R., iS, Vicloria-sb«t 
Cowell, Prof, E. B., M.A.. 10, 

CoweU, Miss Sarah E., 15, Nev- 

Cowles, George, 4, Arbury-terrace, 

Milton-road 
Cox, Chailes, 49a, Bridge-street 
Cox, Charles, 5, Fair-street 
Cox, Mrs. EliEobelh, 4, AU-Sainls. 

passage 
Cox, Henry, 68, Bridge-street 
Cox, Mrs. Sarah., 15, Emmanuel-road 
Coxall, Mrs. Sarah, 39, New-square 
Cranfield, Harry, 17, Church-slreel 
Cranwell, Miss M. E., Elm-i^oUig^ 

Emmanuel-road 
Crawley, Charles W., 4, Willow-wilk 
C rob ill,, Thomas, 10, Brunswick-pUce 
Crole, Mrs., II, Qaeeo Ann's-tenace 
Crook, Richard, si, Malcolm-street 
Cross, Alban Thomas, 8, S. GeMge's- 

villas, Chesterlon-rood 
Cross, Edmund, 15, Gmfton-stteet 
Cross, Mrs. Mary Ann, S, Bruoswick- 

place 
Cross, Mrs. Mary E., 27, Hills-toad 
Crosse, Rev. Charles Henry, M.A., 

M.L.. 12, HilU-road 
Crowe, Spicer, 52, Bateman-street 
CuUum, Mrs. S., 14, Emmanael-Kwd 
Cunningham, Rev. William, M.A^ , 

S. Paul's-road, Hills-road 
Cureton, Miss, Hill-side, CbestertoD- 






Curiis, Miss, Milton-i 

distance, Mrs. Mary, 

terrace. Hills-road 

Custance, Miss E., 1 



Curwain, William, 3, Belvedere- 
terrace, Panton -street 

1, Arthur G., 46, Covent-gsrdea 



Davey, John, Huntingdon-road 
Davidson, William, 6 1, Jesus-lane 
DavU, Charles Lloyd, 7, S. Minver- 

terrace, Bateman-streel 
Day, Harvey, 35, Balemm-stteet 
Day, Mrs., I, Trumpinglon -street 
Day, J., 16, FiliwiUiam-street 
Dear, Chajles William, 87, Notwich- 

Gtieet 
Death, John, J. P., Poplar-hous^ 

King-street 
D Celts, Charles E., Lome-villa, 

Deeks, Mrs. Susannah, 17, New- 

Dewar, Prof. J,,M.A., ig, Brook-side 
Dewberry, Fdk., Emmanuel -road 
Dewbeny, William Charles, s°. 

Jesus-lane 
Dewey, Richard, 7, Perowne-street 
Dimmock, James, 3, Emeiy-street, 
Dimmock, Kichaid, Kose-villa, Chea- 

tetton-road 
Ding, Daniel, 15, Parker-street 
Dinnis, William, 23, Brunswick -place 
Disbuiy, John, Benson-street 
Diver, James, 10, Filzwilliam-street 
Dixon, Thomas, Paik-house, Parker'i 

Dixon, William, 2, S. Minver-leirace, 

Bateman-street 
Dixon, William, Victoria-road 
Dobbs, William, Middleton-cottage, 

Newnham 
Dobson, Mrs. Anne, 9, Maid's cause- 



Drage, Clement James, 15, Panton- 

Drake, Rev. Charles B., M.A., 12, 

Queen -Ann's-terrace 
Dnke, William, a. Garden-cottages, 

Broad-Btreet 
Diouer, William Henry, M.D., 

Gonville-place, Parker's-piece 
Duffietd, Miss Ellen, ii, Brunswick- 

DnfBeld, Mrs. Harriet D., 19, Nor- 



Dunn, Mrs. Ann J., 7, Pulling-terrace, 

Mill-rosd 
Dtinn, Henry William, 3, Invemess- 

lerrace, Mill -road 
Dunning, Thomas, 15, S. George's- 

terrace, Chesterton-road 
Dumford, George E., Gordon-villa, 

Station-road 
DybaJl, William I., 3, Perowne-street 



Eccles, Mrs. M., 11, Brookside 
Eddlestone, Mrs. Mary, Goaville 

House, 67, Hills-road 
EdlestoQ, Rev, Joseph, LL.D. 

Jesus -lane 
Edlin, John, 4, Hills-road 
Edls, Mrs. Alio, 34, Bateman-street 
Edmunds, R., 8, Jesus-terrace, NeW' 



57. 



Edwards, Miss, 23, Malcolm-street 
Edwards, Robert, 27, Emery-street, 

MiU-road 
Edwards, William Gordon, 31, 

Regent-street [side 

Ekin, A. G., J.P., Heathlield, Park- 
Ekin, Mrs. Maiy, 69, Bridge-street 
Ellis, A. T,, 3, Park-side 
Ellis, Henry, 3, Brunswick-place 
Ellis, Henry W,, 48, New-square 
Ellis, Mrs. Mary, 1 1, Maid's causeway 
Ellis, Mrs. Satab, 1 6, Eastbourne- 
terrace, Hills-road 
Ellison, Juo„ 8, Park-terrace, 

Parker's -piece 
Emmerson, Henry J., 9, New-square 
Evans, Esther, z, S. Andre w's-terrace 
Evans, Mrs. Lucy, 9, Tennis -court- 






3, Elm-terrace, 



Farmer, Chas. H., 7, Warkworth- 

street, Park-side 
Faraey, George, Com Exchange-street 
Farren, Robert, 43, Hills-road 
Fawcett, Miss, 3, S, George'a-villas, 

Chesterton-toad. 



Fawcetc, Rt. Hon. H., M.A., M.P„ 

iS, Brciokside 
Fawcetl, Roland Morris, M.D.,J.P., 

D.L., 3, Scrope-terrace 
Fawcelt, Wm., Silver-street 
Feakes, Mrs. Sarah, z6, Maid's- 

causeway 
Peaks, R, W., Mill-road 
Featherstonhaugh, Mrs. Annie E., 

239, Newmarket-road 
Fennetl, Charles Augustus Maude, 

M.A., 8, Fitiwilliam-ain-et 
Fetch, Joseph D., iz, Park-tertace 
Finn, Jno., Derby-street 
Fisher, William, 5, Clement-passage 
Fisher, Francis, 12, Paoton-street 
Fison, WiUiam Pottcrton, Overstream 

house. Chesterton- road 
Fitcb, Miss H., 19, Malcolm -street 
Flack, D. B., 26, Northampton-street 
Flack, Mrs, Hannah, iS, Malcolm- 

Flaiman, Nathaniel, 33, Bateman- 

Fletcher. Miss Jane R. C , 4, Newn- 

ham-terrace 
Flitton, Arnold £., 46, Hills-toad 
Flitton, William, 39, Hi Us- toad 
Floyd, WiUiam, 6, Emery-street, 

Mill-road 
Foister, Henry Witliana, 24, Maid's- 

causeway 
Foster, Mrs., I, Malcolm-street 
Foster, Charles F., J.P., Panton- 

house, New- road 
Foster, Edmund, 2, Scrope-terrace 
Foster, George Edward, J.P., Brook- 
Foster, John E., M.A., 15, Brook- 
Foster, Joseph, 60, Regent-street 
Foster, Miss Sophia, 17, S. Minver- 

terrace, Bateman -street 
Fowke, Miss Elizabeth, S. Mark's 

Lodge, Grantchesler-street 
Francis, Tbomas Musgrave, 17, Em- 
manuel-street 
Frank, Mrs., 3, Ferry-path 
Franklain, Chatles, 2, Eastern- terrace. 

Hills-road 
Freeman, Miss C, zS, Regents 



Freeman, Frederick, 13, Bninswiek- 

Freeman, Robert F., 243, New- 
market-road 

Freeman, WiUiam T., 4, Emery-street, 
Mill-road 

French, .Mis. A. F., 9, S. Andrew's- 
hiU 

French, James, Clare-house, Caslle- 



Frisby, Elijah, 2, S. George's -villa?, 

Chesterton -road 
Frost, Mrs., 7, Tmmpington-streel 
Frost, Rev. Percival, M.A,, 15, Fiu- 

william-street 
Fulcher, Hiephra T., 9. Citjr-road 
Fulford, Rev. Henry W„ M.A., I, 

Pembeiton-road 
Fulford, William, 13, Park-terrace 
Fuller, Mrs., 52, Jesus-lane 
Fuller, Alfred, 9, Bmnawick-walk 
Fuller, Henry, 3, Regent -terrace 
Fuller, John, Trumpington-road 
Funge, Thomas I ., 4, Brunswick-walk 
Fynn, Thomas C, 5, Belvedere-ter- 
race, Panton -street 

Galpin, John E., 16, Pulling-tenwe, 

Milbtoad 
Garalin, Edwin R., 23, S. Minver- 

terrace, Batemau-street 
Gardner, Mrs,, 22, Kegent-street 
Gamett, William, M.A., Harvey-road, 

Hills-road 
Gatward, Thomas, Trumpington- 

Genn, William, 29, Newmarket-road 
GifTen, William Robert, I, Inverness- 
terrace, Mill-road 
Gilford, Francis G., Anglesey-villa, 

Stution-road 
Gilling!, Joseph, 3, Kingston-terrace, 

MiU-rcad 
3inn, Frederick, 13, New-square 
Ginn, John, 17, Green-street 
Giovanelli, Miss, 10, Malcolm-street 
Gladwyn, Ebeoezer, 8, Park-wde 
Glasscock, Mrs., I, Paik-side 



Glover, John Hippisley, 14, Parker- 
street 

Goddard, Junes, V[ne Cottage, 
Bentinck-street 

Godfrey, Rev. E., M.A., Barton-road 

Godfrey, Mra. Jane, 1, Newnhara- 

Godfrey, Thomas, 31, Emety-slreet, 

Miil-Toad 
Golden, Thomas, 3, Eastern-terrace, 

Hills- road 
Golding, Mrs., The Grove, Barton- 

Golding, William, 2, Ferry-path 
Goldsmith, Jao., Herbert-street, 

ChestertoD-road 
Gooby, Robert, Ivy- villa. Mill -road 
Goodbixly, Mrs. Eliia, 3, Norwich- 
street 
Goodchild, Mrs., 19, Regent-street 
Gooding, William, 5, New-square 
Goodliffe, Mrs. Charlotte, 7, Park-side 
Goodnian, Neville, M.A., Trump- 
Goody, Mra. F., 6, Patk-side 
Goody, Spencer T., Emmanuel-toad 
Goody, George, 6, Park-side 
Going, Capt. Philip, R.N., West -road 
Goslic, Mrs. U,, 4, Jesus-terrace, 

New-square 
Gotobed, Henry. 13, Hills-road 
Gowers, GeorgeJ., 8, Petersfield 
Gould, Thomas, 5, Norwich-street 
Graham, C. J., Montrose-honse, 

Chesterton-road 
Graham, John, Milton-road 
Granger, Mrs. Hannah. 5, Walkworth- 

street, Park-side 
Gmneer, Mrs. Mary Ann, I, Grant- 
chester-terrace, Grantchester-street 
Grant, Jonathan, Hills-road 
Grant, Mrs. Martha, I, Brunswick- 

Grsves, Rev. Charles Edward, M.A., 

S. Martin's, Grange- road 
Gray, Arthur, aS, Brunswick- terrace 
Gray, Arthur J., Eastboume-viUas, 

Hills-road 
Gray, Charles E., Anindel-villas, 

Station -road 
Cray, Richard , Clarendon -road. Avenue 



Gray, Thomas, 6, Church-Street 
Gray, Walter Bentley, 5, Cambrian- 
villas, Chesterton -road 
Gray, W., Chestnut -terrace, Histon- 

Grayslon, George W., Wilden-house, 

Mill-road 
Gree^ Mrs. Ann, 4, Hills-road 
GregE, George, 48, Eden-street 
Green, Miss H., 11, Park-side 
Green, William. 8. Histon-road 
Greenup, William Thomas, 3, Fitz- 

william-tertace. Avenue 
Greenwood, D., 59, Jesus-lane 
Greenwood, James, 8, Grantchester- 

Griffen. James. 4, Elms-terrace, 

Griffen, Luke, 12, Brunswick-place 
Griffenhoof, Mrs. Susan, 22, HUls- 

Griffiths. E. H., M.A.. 12, Park-side 
Griffiths, Rev. Edward Maule. B.A., 

Ivy-lodge, Huntingdon-road 
Griggs, Mrs. Emqia. 13, Eastbourne- 
terrace, Hills-road 
Gross, Edward J„ M.A., Gonville- 

place, Parker's -piece 
Guillemard. Rev. W. H., D.D.. 5, 

S, Peter's-terrace 
Gunn. Mrs. Maria, 32, Hills-road 
Gunning, Miss. 2, Park- side 
Gunton, Frederick, M.A., 39, Castle- 

Gurford, Miss Mary, 4, New-square 
Gwatkin, Henry Melville. M.A., 8, 

Gwatkin, Rev. Thomas, M.A., 74, 



Hale, Rev.George, M. A., S.Andrew's- 

lodge, Chesterton -road 
Hal!, Mrs. Ann, 27, Clarendon-street 
Hall, Dennis, Newnham 
Hall, Edward, 4, Jesus-lane 
Hall, Rev. H., M.A., S. Paul's- 

vicaragE, Hills- road 
Hall, Henry T., I, M.aSAV<a,-aaewa.-i 



SPALDING'S STREET Jt 



Hall, Williim F., 2, James'-temice, 

Newmarket- rond 
Hancock, Harold C, 2, Emery-streel:. 

Mill-road 
Hanger, John, 5, S Carton-street 
Hanfcir " - . ^ - 



, Susannah, S, Nen- 



Hanscombe, W., 8, Park-street 
Hard, Robert Alfred, I, Cluny- 

villaa, Mill-road 
Harding, Williaro. Oak-terrace, Mill- 
Hardy, B. B., 3, JesQS-terrace, New- 
Harradine, Mrs. S. A., 32, New- 
Harris, Mrs, Eliiaheth, 9, King-street 
Harris, J. Randall, M,A., 10, Hunt- 
ingdon-road 
Hart, Heniy, Clarendon-road, Avenue 
Harvey, William, 34, Jesus-lane 
Haslop, Mt3. T., 3, Clarendon- street 
Haslie, Thomas, 7, Emmanuel-road 
Halt, Mrs., Newnham- villa, Barton- 

Hattersley, William, Victoria-road 
Havers, James R., 2, Clare-terrace, 

Castle-slreet 
Hawkins, Mrs., 9, Melbourne-place 
Hawthorne, Miss Anne A., 13, 5. 

Minver- terrace, Batemaa -street 
Hayles, Frederick, Surrey Cottage, 

Panton -street 
Haylock, Williaro, I, Clement-passage 
Hayward, B. W., 2, Benet-place, 

Lenslield-road 
Hayward, Simeon, S. Elegius-street 
Head, Charles E., 115, Sturton-street 
HeadlesCone, Robert, Chesterton-road 
Headley, Edward J., 2, Fitzwilliam- 

terrace. Avenue 
Headley, Lawrance, I. Camden-place 
Headly, James, The Limes, Mill-road 
Heale, Mrs. Mary P., iz, S. Minvec- 

Henderson, James, 37, New-square 
Hemmington, Mrs., 3, Benet-place, 
LeaaHeld-road 



Hill, Alec., M.A., S. Botolph-lane 
Hills, Frederick A., z. College-terrace, 

Hills-road 
Hills, James, 6, Jesus-lane 
Hills, Jessie, 36, Jesus-lane 
Hills, Mrs. Susannah, 11, Spring- 
terrace, Chesterton-road 
Hills, Thomas, 26', Jesus-lane 
Hindc, Geo. M., Daisy-lodge, Avenue 
Hinson, Miss, 41, Jesus lane 
Hoare, William P., 10, Bcdfbrd- 

rrace, Chcaterton-road 
HoHen, Mrs. Susan Elizabeth, 6S, 

lolmes, H., 15, Trumpington -street 
Honour, George, 1, Nelson-terrace, 

Cheaterton-road 
Hooker, Gilbert N., B.A., 153, 

Hopkins, Mrs. Charlotte, 18, New- 
Hopkins, Rev. Frank Lawrence, M.A. 

Triniry-lane 
Hopkins, Rev. Favill J., 54, Regent- 
Hopkins, Richard, Herbert-street, 

Chesterton road 
Hopkins, Mrs. Sarah E., S, Bentinck- 

Hopper, Mrs., I4, Trumpington^lreet 
Hoppett, Charles, 21, Jesus-lanc 
Hoppett, Charles John, 70, Eden-street 
Hoppett, George, 17, Malcolm-street 
Hoppet, Mrs. S.. 70, Jesus-lane 
Home, Benjamin W., I, Evendcn- 

villa. Hills-road 
Horner, Mrs. Elizabeth, 7, Bentindt- 

Hort, Rev. Fenton Jno. Anthony, 

D.D., 6, S. Peter's-lerrace 
Hosegood, Luke, Workhouse, MiU-nl. 
Hough, James, Fem-house, Tramp- 

ington-street 
Houghton, Rev.W. S.,7, S.Geoige's- 

villas, Chesterton-road 
Houlden, Henry, 12, New-square 
Howlelt, Walter, 7, Summerfield, 

Newnham 
Hucltley, Mrs. F., 3, Brunswick-walk 
Huddleston, Tristram Frederick Croft 

M.A., g, Brook-side 



Hudson, Philip S., Hills-road 

Hudson, Philip L., S, Benet-place, 
Lens^eld-road 

Hudson, W. H. H., M.A., 3, Newn- 
ham-terrace 

Hngli, McLeod, z, Bright well -build- 
ings, Victoria-road. 

Hngbes, Mre. Sarah Ann, 8, East- 
boume-terrace. Hills- road 

Hughes, Michael F., 5, Tennis-court- 

HomphreTS, Rev. A. E., M.A., S. 

Matthew's-vicaiage, Custom-street 
Hamphry, Prof. G. M., M.D., F.R.S., 

Grove-lotlge, Trump ington-toad 
Hunt, J. F,, 8, Park-side 
Hurrell, Swann, J.P-.sc^Thoinpson's- 
Hutchinga, George T., 12, Clement- 
passage 
Hutt, Mrs., 40, Jesus-kne 
Hutt, Philip, jn, Bay-terrace, Nor- 

Hutt, Samuel Buck, 6, Tennis-court- 
Hntton, Miss Adelaide, 8, Brook-side 

Ibberson, Charles, Clifton-house, 

Chesterton-road 
Ibberson, Miss Margaret, 3, East- 
bourne- villas 
Iglesias, I. R., Arbury-house, Ches- 
terton-road 
Ingle, R. N., M.D., 21, Regent-street 
Ingram, Robert H., 17, Panton-slreet 
Ingrey, Mrs. Harriet, 7, AU-saints- 

passage 
Ivatt, William, 7, Jesus-iane 
Ivens, John W. H., Hills-road 

Jukion, Mrs, Mary A., 2, Pembertoo' 

Jackson, Henry, M.A,, Crofl-college, 

Bart on -road 
Jagg, Thomas W., IS, Bronswick- 

' B, William, 9, Granldiester- street 

, an, Jno. James, 23, Regent-street 
Jartold,CharlcsFredericl(,53, Regenl- 




Jebb, R. C, M, A., Springfield, 

Newnham 
Jeffries, Mrs. M. A., 3, Melbourne- 
Jennings, Charles, 3, Geldart-street, 

Mill- road 
Jennings, G. J., I, Claieraont, HQIs- 

Jerrold, The Misses. 45, Jesus-Une 

Jiggings, Jno., 2, Inverness- terrace. 
Mill-rood 

Johnson, Mrs., lS,Trumpington-street 

Johnson, Mrs. Elizabeth, 9, College- 
terrace, Hills-road 

Johnson, Frederick George F,, 4, 
Free-Echool-lane 

Johnson, George E. B., M. A., 
Gwydir-hoiise, Mill-road 

Johnson, George, S. Luke's-terrace, 
Victoria-road 

Johnson, John E., 3, Pemberton-road 

Johnson, Mrs. N. W,, 6, S, George's- 
villas, Chesterton -road 

Johnson, Rev. R. A., Garden-walk, 
Victoria-road 

Johnson, William, Herbert-street, 
Chesterton -road 

Johnson, WiUiam H. F., M. A.. 
Uandaff-house, Rt^ent -street 

Jolly, Benjamin, York-house, New- 
market-road 

Jonas, Jno. Carter, Avenue 

Jonas, Mrs. Elizabeth, I, College- 
terrace, Hills-ruad 

Jones, George M., Nevmham 

Jones, Mrs. Sarah, 9, Panton-street 

Jufb, Ednin, 63, Ainsworth street 

Juffs, Thomas M,, 2, Laara-cottsges, 
Victoria-road 

JuU, Rev. Jno, 20, Brunswick- place 



Kelly, 



, College- 



Frederick R,, 
e, Hills-road 
Kemp, Mrs., 16, Malcolm -street 
Kemp, Charles, r, Newnham 
Kempton, Green, 25, Jesus- lane 
KenneiJy, Rev. Prof. B. H., D.D., 

The Elms, B 
Kenney, Courtney Stanhope, M.L. , 
Barton- road 

163 





, Alfred, g, Eastboume- 

Kelt, Edmund, 32, Pamon-street 
Kett, George, Morley-lodge, Avenue 
Kelt, William. Woodfield-villa, Sta- 

Kimm, George, Mill -road 
Kinder, Mrs., 14, Iluntingdon-road 
King, Charles, 137, Gwydir-street 
King, Henif, 27, Brunswick- terrace 
King, Mrs,, go, Huntii:gdon-road 
King, Mrs. M. K.. 1, S. Peter's- 



Knowles, Edmund, M.R.C.S., ja, 

N e wmarket -road 
Knowles, Philip Safigere, zo, Brook- 
Lad d, Edward, 24, Silver-street 
Langton, Mrs. A. T., Sunny-side, 

Chesterton-road 
Lankester, Misa Emma, Clare-house, 

Camden-place 
I^tham, Rev. Henry, M.A., Tniinp- 

ington-road 
Latham, Prof. Peter Wallwork, M.D„ 

17, Trum^ngton-street 
Lawrence, The Misses A. & K., 3, 

Silver-street 
Lawrance, James, King's-Iane 
Lawrence, William Henry, Highclere- 

house, CtiesteitOQ-road 
Lawson, Miss, z, Huntingdon-road 
Lawson, John, 6, FitzwiUiam-street 
Xjox, Mrs. Mary Ann, 2 Beaconsfield- 

villas, Mill-road 
Laxon, Alexander B., Clarendon- load, 

Leach, — , City-road 

Ledwick, Thomas, I, Cluny-villas, 

Mill-road 
Lee, J. W., 6. r'erowne-street 
Leech, Jno. H., 6, Brunswick- walk 
Legge, William. 7, Malcolm-street 
Leman, William, 14, Perowne-street 
Lennoi, Robert, 82, Norwich-street 
Lenton, Mrs., 14, Fitzwilliam-street 
Leonard, Jeremiah G., 64, Regent-sL 



Levett, Josh., 49, City-road 

Levin, Thomas W.,M. A., i3,Tmmp' 

Levitt, Mrs. Eroily H., 52, Hills-road , 
Lilley, William Eaden, West-road ' 

Lilley. William E., Jun., a, Maid's- 

Lincoln, John, 4, Maid's-causeway 
Ling, W. B,, S. Mark's-vUIa, Hard- 

Lingard, Miss Emma, 3, Brunswick- 

Linskill, William, 3, Belvoir-teirace 
LinskiU, William Thomas, 3, Belvoir- 

List, Henry, Halifax-road, Himt- 

ingdon-road 
ListEf, George E., 70, Bridge-street 
Little, Mrs. Mary, Brookland-villa, 

Liveing, Professor George Dovrning, 

M.A., Newnham 
Livermore, Mrs., a, Arbuty-terrace, 

Milton-rood 
Lockington, Mrs. H., 25, New-square 
Lofts, Mrs. Emma, 10, Branswicli- 

Lofts, Richard, 14, New-square 
Lofts, William, 10, Mill-road 
Logan, Rev, Henry F, C, D.C.L.. 

29, Regent -street 
Logan, John, Chestcrton-road 
Logan, Samuel, Chesterton-road 
Lomas, George, J. Claremont, HiUs- 



Looker, Mrs. Hannah, 






Looker, William, 5, Free-sehool-Lme 
Lorane, Miss, 7, Panton-street 
Lord, Herbert, 14, Spring- terrace, 

Chesterton -road 
Low, James, lb. New-square 
Luard, Rev. Henry R., D.D., 4, S. 

Peler's-terrace 
Lyon, Algernon J., 10, Eastbourne- 
terrace, Hills-road 
Lyon, James, Strathmore-coCtage, 

Clarendon-road, Avenue 
Lyon, Jasper, Mill-road 
Lyon, William, I, Fitzwilliam-teirace, 
Fitzwilliam-road 



Mscinloah, Alexander, Aigyle-villa, 

Macmichael, Rev. W. F., M. A., 
Chester-honse, Chesterton-road 

Maddtxilc, Henry Edward, M.A., 
4. Fitzwilliam-terrace, Avenne 

Maenusson, Eireki, M.A., 31, S. 
Minver-terrace, Baleman-street 

Mainprice, Miss Emily, 3, Dorset- 
terrace, Hills-ioad 

Male, Josiah A., 13, Parker-street 

Mansfield, Stephen, Harvey-road, 
Hills-road 

Mann, Mrs, Sarah A., Clare-house, 
Chesterton-road 

Mann, A, F., Mus. Bac, 4. Grant- 
chester-terrace, Granlchester-road 

Mann, Robert, 15, Benet-street 

Maria, Richard W,, 2, Eastbourne- 
terrace, Hills-road 

MaAhttin, Mrs. Catherine F., 7, 
New-square 

Markley, Vernon W., 53, City-road 

Marshall, Rev. Francis Cotton, M.A,, 
II, Newnham- terrace 

Maishall, Henry, Benson -street 

Marsh, Mrs., 11, Trumpingti 

Martin, Rev. J., M.A., II 
lerraee, Parker's-piece 

Martindale, WUliam, 4, Downing. 



, Park- 



Mason, Henry, n, Emery-street, 
Mill-road 

Mason, Mrs. Jane, 16, Maid's-cause- 
way 

Mason, Mary A,, 65, Regent-street 

Mason, Rev. P. Hammet, M.A,, 3, 
Addenbrooke-place 

Masters, £., 12, Cambrian villas, 
Chesterton- road 

Masters, Joseph H., 4, Eastbourne- 
terrace, Hdls-road 

Hatheson, Adam, 7, Emery-street, 
Mm -road 

Matthew, John, 7, Park -terrace, 

Matthew, Mrs. Margaret, 3, Park-side 
Maxlow, Edward, 5, Emery-slteet, 

Mill -road 
Maxwell, Mrs. W. C, (i, Scrope- 




May, Edward, 4, Ferry-path 
May. William H„ 13, Perow; 
McCorraaclt, Miss Ellen, 6, Norwich. 

McDowell, James, M.A., F.R.A.S. 

44, Trumpington-street 
McKay, Mrs. Mary Ann, £, East- 

bournc-lerrace, Hills -road 
McKinney, Rev. James, B.A,, 

Barnabas-villas, Mill-road 
Mead, Mis. Mary A,, 16, Brook-si 
Meek, Mrs. Hannah, 6, Jesus-terrac 

New-square 
Merry, J. E., 10, Park-side 
Metcalfe, William, 9, Park-tertac 

Parker's-piece 
Middleton, Geoi^e, 71, Norwich-stre 
Miller, Mrs., 7, 8c rope -terrace 
Miller, Mrs,, 3, Trinity-street 
Miller, Arthur S. B., Huntingdo 

Milligan, James, 29, S. Minver-terrac 

Bateman-street 
Mills, G. E., 16, Emmanuel-road 
Mills, Robert, 3, Jesus-lane 
Missen, Robert, 3, S. Andrew' 

Mitcbell, Benjamin H., 59, Regent- 
street 

Milchel], William, 29, Eroery-street, 
Mill-road 

MoUinson, William, M.A., 4, Dorset- 
terrace, Hills-road 

Molt, Walter W., Vine-cottage, 
Union-terrace, Mill-road 

Mommens, Henry, 2, Ehns- 
Panlon-street 

Moore, Mrs. Hannah, 16, Melbourne- 

Mordeau, Daniel, 7, Brunswick- walk 

Morgan, James, 4, S. Geot^e's-vilU 
Chesterton-road 

Morley, Allen, 25, Brunswick -terra 

Morton, Mrs., i, S. George's-villi 
Chesterton-raad 

Morris, Mrs. Marianne, 34, Emery- 
street, Mill-road 

Mortlocfc, Charles, Prospect-cottage, 
Melbou me- place 

Mortlock, Edmund John, J.P. 
Benet-street 




Mott, Joseph, Thorpe-cottages, New- 
cut, Chesterton 
Mouel, Jno., at, Brunswick -place 
Mouel, William, 2, Bentinck-teaoce, 

Bentinck-slteet 
Moulton, Rev, Dr., The Leys School, 

Trumpington-road 
MoQllon, Miss Sarah A., 43, New- 
Mountain, Miss Katherine A. P., 57, 

Baieman-street 
M:onan, James H. H., LL.D., 4, 

Cam den-place. Regent-street 
Moyes, A. H., 2S, Petty Cury 
Muir, M. M. Patterson, 13, Brook- 
side 
Murfleet, Charles, 22, Norwich-slreet 
Muncey, Charles, 50, City-road 
Muncey, Ellis, Milton-road 
Munsey, Thomas, 67, Trumpington- 

Mutton, Mrs., 54, Jesus-lane 
Mutton, Robert, iz, College-terrace, 

Hills-road 
Motion, Robert, 5, College-tenace, 

Hills-road 
Myhill, Miss Elizabeth, I, New-square 
Myere, Frederick W, H., Gi 

Naylor, Thomas H.,M. A., Brunswick- 



Nettlelon, William Church, Derby 

Newby, Miss Eliza, is, Maid' 

Newton, James, 85, Ains worth -street 
Nicholls, Frederick, 6, Pulling-tetrace, 

Mill-road 
Nicholls, Joseph, 3, Maid 's-cause way 
Nichols, Thos., I, Hobson-street 
Nightingale, Samuel, Gravci-hill-farm, 

H antingdo n-road 
Norman, Mrs. Jane, 8, College-terrace, 

Hills-road 
Nnnn, Joshua, Albert-cot lage, Vic- 



Nutter, James, Beach-house, Brook- 



Oakley, Mrs. Mary Ann, 3, College- 
terrace, Hills-road 
Olliver, Miss Emily Lqcj, 66, Regent- 
Oliver, Mrs. Emily E., 13, Bnmswick- 

Oliver, Frederick, Weslboume-villa, 
Station- road 

Orpen, Rev. T. H., PlBs Dinas, 
Newnham 

Osborne, Robert William, 58, Bate- 
man-street 

Osden, Mrs., Oriel- villa, Victoiia-road 

Page, Miss H., la, Brookside 
Paget, Professor George Edward, 

M.D., 2, S. Petet's-terrace 
Palmer, Charles William, Bemnglon- 

villa, Grantchester-street 
Palmer, David, 76, Russell-street 
Palmer, G. O., ^i, Eden-street 
Palmer, J. L., 4, Trinity-street 
Palmer, Miss Margaret A,, Etnnuuinel- 

house, S. Andre w's-road 
Papworth, Jonah, 73, Eden-slreet 
Papworth, William, 14, PanCon-street 
Parker, Mrs. Ann, i, Beaconsfield- 

villas, Mill-road 
Parker, Mn. Clarissa, 7, Sidney-street 
Parker, William, Azatia-cottage, New- 



t, Chesl 






Wall is, 23, Silver-street 
Parkin, Joseph T., 450, Hills-road 
Paikinson, Rev. S., D.D., Newnham 
Parry, Henry Hugh, 29, Union-le^ 

race, Mill-rond 
Parson, Alfred, 26, Brunswick-terrace 
Passingham, Jonathan T., Anmdel- 

villas, Station-road 
Pale, John L., 3, Sleaford-street 
Pateman, Mrs. Catherine, 4, Pack- 
terrace, Parker's-piece 
Pe^ke, Thomas, 31, Union-tenace, 

Mill-road 
Pearce, John, S7, Hills-road 
Pearce, Jno., 38, Covent-garden 
Pearce, Wilfred C, 5, Carlton-street, 
Mill-road 



DIKECTOKS 07 CAMBRIDGE. 



Pearse, John, Newmarkel-road 
Peck, Mrs. Ann, 13, Panton-street 
Peck, Edward, 8, Malcolm-sLreet 
Peed, aamuel, J. P., Lensfield, Lens- 

field-coad 
Peeling, John, 11, Newmatket-road 
Pegler, Mrs. Frances, 7, Norwich- 

Pelhnni, Hon. A. E., M. A. , Mailland- 

house, Bart on- road 
Peity, Mis9 Eliza D., iS, Broolcside 
Perry, Miss Emily, 79, Norwich-street 
Peters, Ebeneier, Mil ton-road 
Peters, Herbert, Priory-streel, Hunt- 
ingdon-road 
Peters, Robert, 30, Bridge-street 
Peters, Walter, 18, Huntingdon -road 
Pettit, Mrs., II, Fitiwilliani-street 
FMllips, Wm. R. A., 18, S. Miaver- 

Pierson, John, Mezereon-cottage, 

Mill-road 
PEggott, Francis, II, Emmanuel-road 
Piggott, Robert, Barton -road 
Pi^im, Cornelius, S. Mary's Lodge, 

Chesterton- road 
Pilgrim, Henry, 18, Mill-road 
Pilaon, Cbarles, 19, Silver-street 
Pinit, Edward, 83, Norwich-street 
Fittmxn, M., 56, Jesu^-lane 
Pleasance, Fralerick, 12, Jesus-lane 
Plum, Frederick, Huntingdon-road 
Plummer, Mrs.. I, Brunswick- place 
Poole, George J. , 7, Maid's-ciuseway 
Poole, Wm. Henry, II, Greea-street 
Pope, Ebenezer, 9, Brunswick -place 
Porter, Rev. James, M.A., S. Peter's- 

lodge, Trumpingion-street 
Porter, Thomas H. J., IJ, MQford- 

street 
Porter, William, 2, Downing-lerrace 
Potter, Richard, M.A., lo, Brook- 






Maid's- 



Potts, Miss E 

causeway 
Potts, Robert, M.A., Park-terrace 
Powell, James, 8, Jesiis-kne 
Pratt, Charles, 9, Malcolm-street 
Pcesi, Edward B., 9, Scrope-ierracc 
Preston, Mrs. Aon, S4. Hilla-road 
Piiee, Walter, 35, Norwich-street 



Proctor, George, Ebor-houie, Bate- 
man-street 

Prime, Luke, 25, S. Minver-terraee, 
Bateman-street 

Pryor, Frederick C, 71, Regent-street 

Prypr, Frederick D., 2, Claremont, 
HUls-road 

Pryor, James, II, Eastbourne- terrace, 
Hills-road 

Pryor, James V., 64, Hills-road 



Quinlivan, Very Revd. Thomas, 3, 
H ills-road 

Qninsee, Miss Susannah, 40, New- 
square 

Rae, James, 43, Eden-street 

Rae, John, S, S. Minver-terraee, 

Bateman-street 
Ransom, Frederick P. F., M.D., 

Bellevue-housB, Chesterton -road 
Raven, Alfred J., 10, Perowne-street 
Ravenscroft, George, 62, Norwich- 

Rawlings, William, Auckland -house, 
Newmarkel-road 

Raj^Ieigh, Lord, M.A,, Salisbury- 
villas, Station- road 

Raynell, Rev. V. C. R., M. A., 
LL.M., West-road 

Rayner, Daniel, 36, Jesus-lane 

Rayner, Walter, Thorpe- cottages. 
New-cut, Chesterton- road 

Raynes, Rev. William, M.A., 
Scrope-terrace 

Read, Mrs. Elizabeth, I, Alma- 
race, Parker's- piece 

Redding, A. W., 7, Termis-court- 



Reed, Mrs. Charlotte, 5, Ji 

Reed, Mrs. Kate E., 7, Downing- 

Rees, T. B., 29, New-sijuare 
Reeve, Frederick B., 6, Collegi 
terrace, Hills- toad 




Reeve, Benjamin, 19, Mill-TOBil 

Reeve, Thomns, 40, Hills-rond 

Reid, James S., M.L., Croft-honse, 
Biulon-rond 

Reeve, Mrs. Louisa, Pulling-temce 

Renciier, Miss Annie, 18, Sidney-st. 

Rennier, Louis, 2, S. George's-villas, 
diesterton-road 

Ehodn, Rev., 2, Thorpe-villas, Cav- 
endish- rond, Miil'road 

Rhodes, Mrs. Saiah, 3, C late-terrace, 
CasUe-streeC 

Kichardsan, Mr, , Herbert -Etreet, 
Cheslerton-road 

Rictiardson, Desmond F., lininswich- 
lodge, Brunswick-place 

Richardson, Miss M., 4, Pembroke-st. 

Richc, Ferdinand Oscar, 5, Perowne- 

Riches, Heni; Howard, 4, Spring- 
terrace, Chesterton-road 
Rickard, James, 49, Norwich-street 
Rickard, Mis. Susannah, S6, Norwich- 
street 
Rickett, Mrs., 3, Tnimpinglon-street 
Riddle, William, 20, Maid's-causeway 
Ring, James, 24, Kingston-street 
Ringe, John T., 33, Jesus-lane 
Robertson, Matthew, B.A.,D.Sc„ so, 

S. Miaver-terrace, Bateman-street 
Robinson, Miss Alice, 4. Geldart- 

teirace. Mill-road 
Robinson, James Henry, 52, Norwich- 

Robinwn, Mrs. Mary A., 4, Wark- 

worth-street. Park -side 
Robson, Thomas, 19, Victoria-street 
Roe, John, B.A., 82, Russell-street 
Rogers, Alfred, Chesterton-road 
Rooke, John W. B,, 6, S. Minver- 

terrace, Bateman-street 
Roper, Mrs. Blanche M., 17, Bnlns- 

wicli-place 
Roper, George W., 22, Brunswick- 
place 
Roper, William, 3, Claremont, Hilk- 

Eoper. William Robert, M.A., 

L.R.C.P.E., 3, Camden-place 
Rowe, R. Reynolds, Park -house, 
Parier's-piece 



Rowlandson, Mrs. Emma Lamb, 1, 
Clare-terrace, Caslle-slreet 

Rowton, WiLiam Paul J., 36, Regent- 
street 

Royalt, Mrs. Sarah, ig, Eastbomne- 

_ terrace, Hills-rond 

'ark-side 

Eudd, William, 56, Kingston-sheet 
Kugeley, Rev. Jno. William Stephen- 
son, M.A..6, Park-tertace.ParWs- 
piece 
Rurter, Arthur, II, S. AndrewVhill 
Ruller, SUnsfield J., 5, Dorset- terrace 

Hills-road 
Eulter, Thomas, 70, Eegent-stteet 

Sabberton, Robert, 60, Jesus-lane 
Sadd, Mrs. Maria, 6, Regent-terroce, 

Parker' s-piece 
Salvin, Osbert, M.A., F.R.S., Strick- 
land-lodge, Shaltesbury-id., Avenue 
Sandecroft, Mrs. Margaret, II, New- 
Sanders, R., 39, Tnimpington-street 
Sanderson, Edward, 27, New-S(juan 
Sandys, Jno. Edwin, M.A., River-side, 

Chesterton-road 
Saunders, Edward Heath, Devonshire- 
villa, Chesterton -road 
Saville, Joseph, 5, PnUing-lerrae^ 

Mill- road 
Sayle, Robert, J.P,, Trampingtoo- 

Scarr, James, Huntingdon-rond 
Schiller, Szinessey Solomon M.t 
M.A., 7, Col lege- terrace, Hills- 
Scott, Charles, 7, J esus-lerrace. New- 

Scott, David, 14, Trinity-street 
Scott, Henry, 45, New-square 
Scott, James, 2, Devonshire-road, 

Mill-road 
Scruby, Frederick, 5, Downing-place 
Scruby, Charles, 10, Kegenl-street 
Scudamore, Mrs. Mary A., Mill-road 
See, William Thomas, 16, Hills-road 
Seeley, Profs. J. R., M.A., 7, S. 

Peter's- terrace 
Selbj, John, 53, Caitle-st 




DIRECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Selkirk, Mis. Ann, So, Norwich-street 
Sell, William, 58, Regent-street 
Selwyn, Mrs., Vioe-coitage, Trump- 

inglon-road 
Serjeant, MidE Mary B,, 19, Ctaren- 



;, NcB 



J'i'i' 



Edward 'b- 



Sheidriclt, Joseph Albcrl, Priory-streel, 

Hun ti ngdon-road 
Sherringhani, Jno., Histon-road 
Shilleto, Mrs, IsabelU S. H., 4, 8. 

Minvei-tetrace, Batemaji-street 
Shippey, Mrs., 3611, Regent-street 
Shippey, George AuEUStus, l4,Cintra- 

Short, J., 26, Malcolm-street 
Short, Robert B., iS, Magdalene-sL 
Shreeve, Charles, 11, Norwich-street 
Shrubbs, Edward, S. El^us-street 
Sinker, Rev, Robert, B.D., 10, Maid's 

Sippel, ClJarles, Cains-street, Covcnt- 

Skeat, Rev. Prof. Walter, M. A., 

Salisbury-villas, Station-road 
Skinner, Mrs,, 21, Fitzwilliam-street 
Skinner, Mrs. Ann, i. Elms-terrace, 

Sldnner, Mrs. Ann E., 10, PetersReld 
Slack, John William, Wallis-villa, 

Station-road 
Slack, Joseph, 2, Cavendi=h- terrace, 

Mill-road 
Slater, Rev. Francis, M.A., Chester- 
ton-road ■ 
Slater, Geo., 43, King-street 
Smailes. Frederick William, B.A., 

4, Pemberton-road 
Smart, Miss Elizabeth Jane, 56, 

Regent-street 
Smart, Mrs. Fanny, z, Waikworth- 

street, f ark-side 
Smith, Alfred, 13, S, George's- terrace, 

Chesterton-road 
Smith, Alfred,Heme-lodge,S.Eleg:us- 

«reet 
Smith, Charles A., 18, Park-side, 

Parker's-piece [MiU-road 

Smllb, Charles J., 81 Emery-street, 



Smith, Edward, 

passage 
Smith, Elliot, J. P,, Park-side, 

Parker's-piece 
Srailh, George, The Lodge, MiU-road 
Smith, George John, 7, Green-slreet 
Smith, Rev. Haidwicke, B.A,, 

Dudley -house, Huntingdon-road 
Smith, iienry, 5, Fitzwilliam-street 
Smith, James Hamblin, M.A,, 42, 

Tram pington-street 
Smith, Miss Jane M,, 21, S. Minver- 

terrace, Bateman-stieet 
Smith, John, i, Brook-side 
Smith, John, 36, Trinity-street 
Smith, Mrs. Mary A., 11, College- 
terrace, Hills-road 
Smith, Sylvester, 13, Pulling-terrace, 

MiU-road 
Smith, William F., z, Geldart- terrace. 

Mill-road 
Snare, Mrs. S,, 6z, Jesus-lane 
Soamea, Rev. H. K., B.A., Winl- 

ringhara-house, Chesterton- road 
Stoker, Timothy, 4, Clement -passage 
Solly, Richard H., Spa-house, Clir- 

endon-road. Avenue 
Somerset, Rev. Ralph B,, M,A., 

17, Brook-side 
Soole, Frederick, Thorpe-cottages, 

New-cot, Cheslerton-road 
South, Joseph. A., 41, Norfolk-street 
Southam, Mrs. Caroline, 22, S. 

Minver- terrace, Baleman -street 
Southwicke, Henry I,, 8, Brunswick- 
Spearing, James, Milton-road 
Spence, Miss Ann, 12, Emrnajiuel- 

Spilsbury, Res'. W,, 4, Queen-Ann's- 

Spiuckling, Mrs, Elizabeth, Bayfield- 
cottage. Union -terrace, MiU-road 

Spnjul, John S. 28, S. Minver-terrace, 
Bateman-street 

Squires, Frederick S., 21, New-square 

Squires, Henry Charles, 9, Downing- 

Squires, Sarah, 20, New- square 
Stanford, Charles ViUiers, M.A., 
Eltham-house, Chesi-eiioTi-toai 



sIpaLding's strbet t, 



Slanley, John, 20, Vicloria-slreet 
Stanley, Mrs. M., i, Benet-»treet 
Stanley, Miss, I, Mill-kne 
Stanton, Samuel, 30, Emery-Street, 

Myi-rotui 
Slearn, Thoma*, la. Ferry-path 
Sleame, A. E., 7, Hooper-street 
Steele, Rev.AnthonyWilliamWUson, 

M.A., 4, Scrope-tettace 
Sleinhilper, W. F., 3, Grantchester- 

leciaee, Grantchester-road 
Stevens, Joseph, 26, Emery-street, 

Mill-road 
Stevens, William, 63, Regent-street 
Strickland, Mrs. Catherine D. M., 

Ardinca.pel -house, Shaflesbary-roail 

St ace, George, 35, Clarendon-street 
Slock, Mrs. H., 2, Jesus-lane 
Sloddart, Rev. Robert Wilson, B.D., 

3, Downing-terrace 
Stokes, Ptof. G. G., M.A., F.R.S., 

Union-road 
Stokes, Rev. A. S., M.A., Garden- 
walk, Victoria-toad 
Street, Miss Kale H., 8, Trumpington- 

Slulman, Mrs., 28, Malcolm-street 
Sinrton, Joseph, i, Park-tenace, 

Parker's-piece 
Slurton, Joseph A., 6, Warkworth- 

street, Fark-Elde 
Sturton, Richard, 28, New-square 
Surrey, Mrs. R., 27, Malcolm-street 
Sussum, George, 4811, Eden<street 
Sutton, Miss, r, K^ect-street 
Sutton, Miss Mary A., 19, S. Minver- 

terrace, Bateman-street 
Swan, Alfred C, 42, Wark worth- 

street, Park-side 
Swan, John, 3, King's-parade 
Swann, Alfred, 43, Newmarket-road 
Swann, Mis. Amelia, 2[, Hills-road 
Swann, Henry John, 42, Newmarket- 
Sweeting, James Hankey S., 10, 

Benet-street 
Swindells, Mrs. Charlotte, lo,JameE's- 

terrace, Newmarket-road 
Swomsbourn, Henry, 3S, Northamp- 

ton-3treet 



Sykes, Mrs. Elimbeth, 19, Maids- 
causeway 

Sykes, Mrs. Mary A., Wanstead- 
house, 2, Hills-road 

Symonds, J, F., Grove-cottage, 
H unlingdon-road 

Symonds, Mrs. M., 9, Benet-slreet 

Symonds, Mrs. Saroii, \^\, Fanton-. 



Talbot, Frederick W., Rhadegnnd- 



Taylor, James, 22, Malcolm-street 
Taylor, J. H., M.A., 16, Jesus-Uae 
Tiiylor,l{ev.JohnPeter,M.A,,MKtoo- 

hall, North am pt on -street 
Taylor, Joshua, 6, Trumpington-streel 
Taylor, Mrs. Stanton, 4, Trumping- 



Temple, Alfred Robert, 1, Bdvoir- 

Thompson, William F., 82, Maid's- 

Thoday, Francis, S, Eastetn-temG^ 

Hills-road 
Thoday, Herbert Searle, 37, Hillj- 

Thomton, Miss Mary, Bateman- 

house, Bateman-street 
Thorogood, Charles Webb, 18, Clar- 

Thrower, Miss, 1, Addenbrooke-pl»e« 
Thurlboume, Miss Isabel, Cavendiib- 

house, Bateman-street 
Tillyord, Alfred J., M.A., S. Maij's- 

villa, Station-road 
Todd, Miss H., 24, Jesus-lane 
Todd, Henry. D., Madinglcy-ro»d 
Todd, John, 16, Brunswick-place 
Todd, W., 38, Sidney-street 
Todhunler, Isaac, M.A., 6, BrooksiJe 
Tofts, Richard W., 4, Pulling-tenaCB, 

Mill-road 
To ml in, Henry, Milton-road 



DUtECTORY OF CAMBRIDGE. 



1 



Tomlin, WiHiaro, Arandel-villas, 

StatioD-toad 
Tomlinson, Henry, M.l.C.E,, The 

Woodlands, Tnnnpington-road 
Tompkin, Albert James, lo, Psuk- 

Towler, William, 14, Newmirket-roid 
Townsend, Frederick, Histon-road 
Toier, Mrs, Elizabeth, 17, Maid's- 

causeway 
Tranter, J. B., a, J esu5- terrace. New- 

Trailer, Rev, Henry, M.A., The 

Parsonage, Newmarket-road 
Turner, Alfred, a, Parker-street 
Turner, Charles, 5, Park-terrace 
Turner, Frederick William, 7, Ben- 
Turner, Henry R., 51, Rceent-slreet 
Turner, T. H., Post-office 
Turner, William, 15, Norwich-street 
Turrall, William Garoham, 8, Down- 

Twinn, Joseph, Mill-road 
Tyler, Joseph, Chesterton- road 
Tyei's, Sidney, Fair-view-house, 
Shaftesbury- road. Avenue 

Vansittart, Aug. Arthur, M. A. , Grata- 
Quies, Grange- road 

Vawser, Robert, 42, New-square 

Venn, Rev. John. M.A., Petersfield- 
I house, Parker's-piece 

Ventris, Rev. E., 3, S. Minver-te 
' tiateman-streel 

] Veninder, Thomas P,, 34, CLly-road 
, Vintcr, Arthur, M.A., 5, Pemberton- 

I Vlnter, Charles A, I, Dorscl-te 

I Hills-road 

Vinter, J. O., Trnmpington-road 
Vinsen, Henry, 7, Downing-place 
Visnies, Paul de, 2, Pulling-terraee, 
Mill- road 

Wace, Frederick Charles, M.A., 
LL.M., Newland-villa, Bateman- 

WakeGeld, Mrs. Elizabeth, 15, S. 
Minver-terrace, Baleman-streel 



Walker, Miss, 5, Pembroke -street 
Walker, Rev. Bryan, LL.D., 5, 

Pembroke-street 
Walker, Thomas, Harwood-house, 

Mill-road 
Walker, W., 55, Jesus-lane 
Wallington, J., I, Clarendon-street 
Wallis, Henry William, 14, Park- 

Wallis, Miss J., 9, Tesua-lane 
Walhs, James, 7, iCegent- terrace 
Wallis, Richard, Bninswick-house, 

B runs wick-place 
Wallis, Richard, 33, City-road 
Wallis, Richard, 4, Short-street 
Wallis, Swan, Grange-road 
Ward, Rev, A, R., M.A,, 46, Jbsds- 

WanJ, Jacob, z3, RusseU-slreet 
Warlands, Henry, Victoria-cottage, 

Church -street 
Waraes, William, iG, Mill-road 
Warraker, Thomas, LL,D., 5, Scrope- 

Warren, Charles, 14, Part-side 
Warren, Mrs, Elizabeth, Merton- 

cottage, Northampton-street 
Warren, John, 21, IVIaid's-causevray 
Warren, Miss Susan, 14, Maid's- 

causeway 
Waters, Frank, 18, Brunswick-place 
Waters, Mrs. Mary A, Graftou-house, 

Maid's-causeway 
Waters, Sarah, Willoughby -house 

MiU-road 
Watson, Miss, I, Ferry-path 
Watson, Miss Elizabeth, 13, Spring- 

lerrace, Chesterton-road 
Watson, H,, Croft-lodge, Barton-road 
Watson, Miss K., 35, Sidney-street 
Walts, Thomas, 14, Rose-crescent 
Watts, ThomasFi, Bracondale-lodge, 

Wayman, Ephraim, LL.M., Merton- 

house, backs of the Colle(>es 
Webb, James, 13, Norfolk-street 
Webb, Jno., 15, Park-side 
Webb, Miss Sarah, 13, New-square 
Webb, Walter J., 22, Victoria-street 
Weekley, Mrs., 20, Hills-road 
Wells, MkSs E., 14, Jesus-la 



Welsford, Henry. 2% S. Minver- 

terrikce, Bateman-etTeet 
Wenlwotth, Mis5, 24, FitiwiUiam-st. 
Westcolt, Rev. Prof. Brooke Foss, 

D. D., 6, Scropc-tetrace 
Westicott, John, 5, Trumpington-st. 
Westley, John, 23, Maid's- causeway 
Westrope, William F., 5, Brunswick- 

Wetenhall, 11. J,, Fordfield-hoose, 

Wieatcroft, Mrs. Margarette, 19, 

New-square 
Whihiey, George Hubble, Victoria- 

Whibley, Herbert George, 10, S. 

George's-villas, Chesterton-toad 
White, Mrs. Elizabeth, 6, Maid's- 

causeway 
White, Mn. Harriet, 7, Mortimer-rd. 
While, H. F., 7, Mortimer-road 
White, William, 7, Brunswick-place 
Whitehead, Rev. Frederick W., M. A., 

Wesleyan-house, Avenue 
Whitehead, Henry J., 53, Hills-road 
Whitely, William, Victoria-road 
Whiltaker, Miss, lo, Tetinis-Cottrt-rd. 
Widdicomb, James, Brooklands-farm, 

Fitzwilliam-road, Avenue 
Wiles, Heniy, 11, Brnoswick-walk 
Wiles, Tno., 19, Bnmawick-place 
Wiles, Joseph B., M.A., Warkworth- 

street. Park-side 
Wilderspin, Arthur, 4, Simmerfield, 

Newnhora 
Wilderspin, Frederick, 67, Regenl-st. 
Wilkin, John, 24, Hnntingdon-road 
Willmott, Miss, 3, Addenbrooke- place 
Williams, Arthur, 13, Histon-road 
Willmott, Mrs. Elizabeth, 20, Regent- 

WiUa, Michael, Victoria-road 
Wilshire, Mrs., Croft-holme, Chester- 
ton-road 
Wilson, Mrs., Hnnlingdon-road 
Wilson, Mr,, Herbert-street, Chester- 
Wilson, C. M., 6, Benet-street 



Wilson, Edmund. 8, Patker-strett 
Wilson, G., 35, New-square 
Wilson, Thomas F., 63. Jesus-lane 
Wilson, Sir Roland K., Bart., Kuig's- 

cottage, Huntingdon-road 
Wing, Jacob, 46, New-square 
Wing, Mrs. Sarah, a, Brunswick- walk 
Wiseman, The Misses, 53, Jesus-latM 
Wiskin, Rev. Jno., M.A., 15, Free- 
school -lane 
Witt, Samuel, 4, Brook-side 
Wren, William, 33, Northatapton-st. 
Wright, C, 15. Park-street 
Wright, Mrs, Frances A., 67, Nor- 

Wright, G. Hayward, 1 



Wright, William, LL.D., Arundel- 
vitlas. Station -road 

Wolfenden, Frederick, Oak-terrace, 
Mill- road 

Wood, Charles M., 7, Bedford-terrace 
Chesterton-road 

Wood, Daniel, M.A., 7, Spring- 
terrace, Chest erton-rwid 

Wood, Rev.E. G.,M.A., 3, Malcolm- 

Wootten, Horatio, 10, M^alene-St. 
Woodhouse, Rev. Arthur P., M.A., 

Pulling-terrace, Mill-toad 
Woolley, Mrs. Adelaide, 14, East- 

boume-lcrrace, Hills-road 
Worrall, Mrs. Emily, 44, New-square 



Young, Miss Rebecca, lo, S. Minver- 

tenace, Batemait-street 
Young, Robert, 6, Parker-street 
Young, Saml. Oliver, 3, Grantchester- 

terrace, Grantchester-stieet 
Young, S. L., 47, Ed en -street 
Youngman, James S., 4, WaAworth- 
, Park-side 

ee each CoUc^e in firU part of 



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P^II]TII]G § LI1T?0GpPr2Y. 
F. C GOWER, 

LETTERPRESS, LITHOGRAPHIC & COPPERPLATE 

S. Ei:)"SAr.A.I^]D'S F.A.SS.A.C3-E, 

CAMBRIDGE. 

■^ctterprcdd -ipcpartmcnt. 

XZZ, ORDERS ARE EXECUTED UNDER PERSONAL 

SUPERVISION, AND 

THE BEST WORKMANSHIP IS GUARANTEED. 



■^Jithographie -^cpaftmcnt. 

EVERY DESCRIPTION 
OF tVORIC IN THIS DEPARTMENT UNDERTAKEN. 



■IJoppcrpIate ■^epartmcnt. 

PLATES ENGRAVED AND PRINTED IN THE BEST 
POSSIBLE MANNER. 



A large and varied assortment of HEMORIAL CARDS aluaja In Stocfc. 



ALEXR- MACINTOSH, _ 
^f«it(itl attil ^itititKljmj |fiiiiittt(g«j«ii, 

LOCKSMITH, BELLHANGER, GASFITTER, 

COFPES, TSH, IROM ^ ZIMG WORKER, 

33, MARKET STEBET, 

49, SIDNEY STREET, CAMBEID&E 



St^il Weyk Ri-iHmiikeii, Lacqu^ng, Bmming and yafanmnff, 

Loam Muiocrs rejairai oii th: pranises. Hot WaS 
Apparatus fixed and guaranteed. 



WORKING CUTLER ON THE PREMISES. 



JUiEOTBO GOLD S.HD SII.YEH PL&TB. 

BROOMS, BRUSHES AND TURNERY. 
Baths, Bicyctos, Cutlery, Pleta, Ac., lent or 

Best Foreiqn Colza anu Mineral Oils. 



BRANCH SHOP— 57, HILLS ROAD, 

Where all Orderi for the Market Street Shoo may tx left. 

iBEHT FOR THE ECONOMIC LIFE ASSFEASCE SOCIETY. 



4 

rs. 

ATI. ■ 



ESTABLIBHED 1884. 



G. CHAPMAN, 

UMBEELLA MANUFACTURER, 

4S & 49, FITZROY STREET, CAMBRIDGE. 



The Cheapest House in the Eastern Counties 

for Umbiellaa of every deBoriptioa. 

UMSnELLAS REPAIRED ANDRE-COVERED AT AN HOUR'S NOTICE. 

All hindi af Unbrellaa BavpM or taken in Exchange. 

Votioa totha Trada:— Umbrella Coven of cveiydcsmpiioa 
made and warranled lo fit if lengti; of rib is sent by post. The 
bui price given [oi Did Whalebone iDd old Silk Covers. Umbrella 




SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS. 



STURTON BROTHERS, 

FITZROY STREET, CAMBRIDGE, 

DEALERS IN 

§ftrok«m, Cfllia, ^atlinag ©ila, &t. 

PAINTS, VAENISHES & BETJSHE3, 
WIHDOW GLASS, CHEAP GBEENHOHSE GLASS, 

SHEET LEAD, tlAZEO DRAIN PIPES, 
GAS FITTINGS AND PETROLEUM LAMPS. 



prture 4™''"!'' "I ^""R ilesi;rtjtioii niitds (o ordijr. 

About 200 Patterns always on hand to eeloot iirom. 



JOHN VAIL, 

; iiiiiiiii© I10119I&11 

GENERAL SMITH, LOCKSMITH, 

|ril-ian0«, iraatt, Sas-Jitta, MItr, 
1. POST OFFICE TERRACE, CAMBRIDGE. 

EtUratut by the Post Offae and Altxandra Street. 



\ Hot Water Apparatus and Iron Zinc Quttering of every desciip- 
tion supplied and fixed. 

EAKGES AND STOYES. 
I GAS CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, AND STOVES. 

PniSUMATIC BEt,t,S, 

AVA.RREISr & SONS, 

THi: NOTED TEA STOKIIS, 

15 & 16, THE AHCADB, 4, MAKKET PliAOB, 

61, BRIDGE STr'eET, CAMBRIDGE, 

AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, 
DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND BRITISH WINEB. 

PRIME WILTSHIRE BACON. 

jinEst ^eitEstn;, ©louctstrr. CEJiltsiitrc, Sinnican anti otirt ^K«. 

FRESH & MILD BUTTER ALWAYS IN STOCK. 



If.f!. — A!l Eaten and Hams driid, and Cajfrn raaitcd vxcidy on Uu Ptmnsa. 



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CHINA, GLASS, lEONMONGEET, 

STATIONERY, TOTS, CDTLERY, JEWELLERY, BRDSH 

AND 6ENEEAL STORES. 

WHOLESALE AITD BET Alt. 

S. L. YOUNG, 

121 TO 124, FITZROV ST., CAMBRIDGE, 

Has the Largest Stock of the kind in the Eastern Counties, and 
can offer exceptional advantages to cash buyers. His principle 
of transacting h usi ness (both in buying and selling ) being for 
cash, enables him to offer Goods at such prices as will compare 
favourably with the largest I^ndon Co-operative Stores, and 
much cheaper than long credit houses. 

(Slass, ^Yirm mi ferf|«a&i!rw at sll Uuirs. 

IRONMONGERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Stoves, Eaiees, lUmwatei Uooli, Iron anl Brass EelsteaSs, 

Knives and Forks and all otiier kinds of Cutlery. 

PBHDEBS AND 7IBS IROns. SausBES OP ALL BIBD8. 

BNGLISH AND FOREIGN TOYS. 

WOEK BOXES, WEITINO DESKS, ALBUMS. 

Wood Ware, Tin Ware, Baskets. 

Electro-plated Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Toaat Racks, &o. &c. 
DUPLEX, PARAFFIH AND BEKZOLINE LAllFS, 

WBITINQ PAPER, ENVELOPES, AOOOUNT BOOKS. 

LET ON HIRE 

j ALL KINDS OF fiLASS, CHINA, DINNER WABE, J 

1 KNIVES AND FORKS, I 

ELECTRO-PLATED SPOONS, FORKS, CRUETS. 1 




DRAGS, OMNIBUSES, LANDAUS, BROUGHAMS, 

And Carriagea of all dusoriptiona, new and second-hand, for Sale or Hire. 

J. & F. ALLEN, 

COACH BTJII.DERS, 

29, LONG ACRE, LONDON. 



ALFRED C. SWAN, 

%Vi.t&amtx, ©"altta ira& iafatj %^vd, 

PARJEK'S BUIIDMS, S, iSDEEFS ST, CAMBRIDGE. 



AUCTIONS of Estates, Housb and Mercaniae Properiies, Shares, Policies, 

Fumituie, Agiiculloral and other Stocks. 
VALUATIONS of Lite and Dead Stocks, Estates, Timber, CoTennnll, 

I-eases, Annuities, and foi Enfraachisement, Probate or Administtalioo- 



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Arranged. 

A Begistet of Properties for Sale or Hire, and Investments and Occupatioal 
required will be at once opened. Entries (which will be inserted gralii) 
are requested. 



OPEN ON SATURDAYS UNTIL 7 O'CLOCK. 




MR. JOSEPH B. BRYANT 

3Pcactical (UirapoliiBt, 
19, MAEKBT STBBBT, CAMBEIDGH 

ComB, BimionB, and otlier IVEalforiaatiOQB of the Feet 
skilflilly attended to. 

THE "PICKEREL" 

PAMILY MB mMMBmmi MQTSk 

MAGDALEN STREET, CAMBRIDGE. 



^H. I 



Wims miit %irits d % §Mf f usiifj. 

PMYJIE JPARtMENTS. BIllIJIHS. 

Open and C/ose Carrisges, Hansom Cafis, Past Horses, &a. Loose Boxes. 



Sole Agent in Csmbiidge Ibi nnthaU'e Kondeaeript Specialite Cigar. 



JAMES HARRIS, PROPRIETOR. 



FOR MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 
GEOBGB^'OOLLIN, 

No. 1, PEAS HILL, CAMBRIDGE. 



HATS from is. CAPS framed. NECK TIES, HOSIERY, ic. 
@cntlnnEn's ^aitiobES ^nTdjaflcIi at ^idjunQio. 




I T^jKi. I 



^lit f^ Hi T^«M>. 



M. A. GALLYON & SON, 

IMPBOVBD BBBECU-IiOADJBO 

66, BRID6E STREET, CAMBRID6E. 



C3-XJ1TS MI-A-EE TO OUDBK,, 

And all kinds of Repaiis, Re-Stocking, Browning, &c,, done on the premises 
by the roost skilfal wotkcaen, at the lowest prices in the tradt 

MUZZLE LOADERS, 

At very considerably leduced prices, 

SECOND-HAND BREECH-LOADERS, FROM £4 UPWARDS. 

The lai^est stock out of London of 

BREECH-LOADING REVOLVING PISTOLS 

of eveiy description. 

£tfdt CSitns, Sii ffiinna bhU (fDanee fn giiat traifrts. 



O-im OaiBB, OartridKO Hacthlnes, Oartridee Bags and Belts of ever; 
description, Ba-capping ImplementB, Fowdar and Bhat MeasuTSii 
Cartridge Eztractora, Breecti and all other Improved CloanerB, Fowdar 
FlaakB, Bhoc Fauahea, Foaoh Strapa, Qua Blinga, liOadins Boda. Doe 
Collars, Dog WliipB, Retriever Slips, and otberreguislteBfi 
aervioe, at auoh prioea as will defy competition. 

IMPROVED ROCKET BLOW QUNS. 



Oun* nutda o> 



lefnle, an 




MR. JOSEPH FOSTER, 



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CEAETEEEB ACCOUNTANT 

No. 3, ROSE GRB80ENT, CAMBRIDGE. 



end BoolcH kept Yearly by 

STRICT CONFIDENCE OBSERVED IN ALL MATTERS. 
A-OEITT TO THE 

London and Lancashire Life and Fire Assnrance OfBces, 

GU4EANTEE ASSOCIATION OP SCOTLAND. 

NORWICH AND LONDON ACCIDENT INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. 



¥ 



J. H. PIGG, 



FAMILY GROCER, TEA DEALER, 

AND PROVISION MERCHANT, 

9, UNION STREET, MARKET HILL, 
CAMBBWGB. 



All Goods of Guaranteed Quality. 



W. A. Mansell & Co., 

^tn* ^tt fitWtsliq* alii |}(|olii0t8rtti|*, 

88!aSS!9S!»88IS BIISS5SS 
rSie & 317, OXfORD Stf^eet, LOJ^DON, W. 



' jftt8t«p(iyt(s df |t«««rg, ^ittKKs Sf Itstttani! 



OTJT ]^OT J3srT3. 

[ J^HOTOGI^APHS Woo 



Arranged, |5ound 



ra MONOCHROME. 



OXFORD AND OTHER FRAMES. 



<II<I(lJMlK^'l'lKGt-3^ 

OUT-OOOR & DTHEH PHOTOGRAPHY EXECUTED PROMPTLY & WELL. 

^©otlinw, Jllomfnateli STtita. ISitttiliag, iHemorial an» oHiet aCaiBB. 

Foe BSrtlculira tee "Summary," sent cost free on flpfl/ieal'on. 



WORKS: NEW MALDEN, SURREY. 

B" Meaare. W. A. MANSKE-L. A CO. 'a Goods sre auppUod 
retail by all the principal Bookaellers. StBtionera. and Fin 
Art DealePB in Cambridge anil ila neighbourhood. 




^ 



W. p. SPALDING'S 

NEW CASH PRICE LISTS 

STATIOKBRT, EN&RJI.'fflHG, 

JSIcUeE Stamping, Etc., 

SENT FEEE BY POST TO ANT ADDRESS. 



43, SIDNEY STREET, CAMBRIDGE. 

DENNIS GREENWOOD, 
DISPEHSINGf AHD FAHXLY CHEMIST, 

(QaaUJkd bij EiaminaliOHi af Pharmacfvtical SocMy) 

4, PETTY CURY, CAMBRIDGE. 



THE AQTIA CRYSTAL BPKOTACLBS (AH SlghtB Buitedl. 

THE BPECIALITE 8HEBBY, CLAHET. eto., for InvaUda, etc. 

Becammeailei 6y thi Family, Jnnj /rM fram Acidity and EeM. 

W. P. SPALDING'S 
4g|i^u L A j; I xu ,L I iJK4Sy,> 

43, SIDNEY STREET, CAMBRIDGE. 



All the advantages of a London Library with few 
of their inconveniences. 



rTERMS FROM 12/6 PER ANNUM. 



'I 



H. S. GUIAY 

mm s BiieoBftfiiB mmt 

Sritcr Mi Sram«, 

66, S. ANDREW'S STREET, CAMBRIDGE. 



Distempering executed in any shade, "witli 

NON-POISONOUS COLOURS 

The best colours for New Walls being LIME-SESISTINQ 
and tnaoh more durable tban Poisonous Colodbs. 



ffir STUDY YOUR HEALTH. 

GEO. BULL, 

5 & 6, FITZROY ST., CAMBRIDGE. 



ladies; GENTLEMEN'S II FAMILY 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 

Of every description, miis to order, and at Hoderata Prices. 



lowest possible prices FOB CASH. 



GLERBV CLOTHINB & OHURCH FURNISHIN6 STORES, 



THOmAS FSATT & SONS, 

eaaaocli, Surplice, and l^estment fiSahers. 

Soft Pelt, 6/6, 7/6, 91- a nd 10/- each. Wym ering, 8/8 and 13/- each. 

nomis Mtt $ Sons, Clerical Ontltters and Clnrck Furaiste, 

23 i. 24, TAVISTOCK STREET, STRANB, LONDON, 

PsKerni snd Hhstrstions, with InslriicUans ftr Self-Meaauremeil, sent on sm'icstion. 



EBTABUSBBD 1838. 




1. OOBN EXCHANOE ST., Adjoining the New Corn Exchange, 

1TKtBBEI.£AS SEAMED AND BEPAIBED, Ac, DAI^Y. 



0il, ^lour and |^cneral ^ru^ih ^arehoudc. 

47, SIDNEY STREET (Conier of areen Stret 
J. N. MODEN, 

DEALER IN OILS, COLOURS, PAINT AND VARNISHES. 

GnMmi', PaintetB', Toilet and Bouieliold BruoLea of every deaeriptioa. 
AGENT FOB CAITN'ON'S CON'CliNa^BATED 8IZEL 




£ieT.A.BIL.ZS^SI3 1S4S. 



aOVEBNUCBHT. 1 



COETTBACTOE TO HEB MAJESTY'S GOVE] 



I clAJVIES /C. WOOTTEJ^, 

I gale gle jprc-wcr, 

CASTLE STREET, CAMBRIDGE, 

Office -■-», M-SGfl^Lf« STREET, and No. 17 in CORN MARKET. 



Families supplied on the following terms for Nett Cash; 
Credit by Agreement, but Interest charged on all aoeounts 
over Six Montlis. 

WABBANTED KAET AND HOPS. 

PALE AND BITTER ALES. 

FeclHaHUs.Fai9 

O Light Bitter ... ... ... 18/- 

00 Pale Ale, Mghly recommended ... 211- 

B Superior quality, strongly recommended i37/- 

MILD ALES. 

16/- 

is;- 

34/- 

STRONG ALES. 



AA very superior 
London 



16/6 
18/. 



STOUT. 



11 is particularly asked Ihal Customers -aill CORK THE CASKS 
WHEN EMPTY, and all those nol returned -niichin THREE MONTHS 
■will be charged for. ^ 

Drays deliver Beer regularly in Cambridge aad radius at 14 Hiles. 



OILSHHa BT POST PUITCTUA^^T ATTENDED TO. 




J. BOWD, 

188J, EAST ROAD, CAMBRIDGE. 



Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Executed &" Lettered in First Style. 
IMPEKI8HABLE LEAD LETTEBB. 

JAMES R^E, 

GENEEAL OUTEKTTEE, 

PITZEOY STREET (Corner of Eden Street. 

HATB, CAPS, GLOVES, SHIRTS, TIES, UMBRELLAS, &c. 

Siplilt T~jvei!i modi iif ta order, att at the towat pattibU prki, 

M. YARROW, 

BUILDER AND UNDERTAKER, 

es, exTJETON STKEET, 

Workshop— PEftOiVNE STREET, 

mtt ROAD, CAMBHIOSB, 



ALL KINDS OF JOBBING «ORK PUKCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. 



LriETIMt' 



n of jFirnittitc mafit lo ©rUer or 
t^t la meat pDeafble tmns. 



IMATES eiVEN FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BUILDER'S WORK. 

F1TNEBAI.S COMFLHTELT FUBNISHED. 




AND RETAIL 



ftramklates anir |n&alft iamagja 

FOR. S.A-LE OR, HIRE. 



THE LARGEST ST0C2 £N CAMBRIDGE, 
[ J. BURFORD'S, 

28 & 33, TRUMPINGTON STKETBT, 



and all other Requisites for Lawn Tennis. 



J. COOKE & SONS, 

Cabinet Jllakm, 
UPHOLSTERERS, APPRAISERS, 

8, HOBSON STREET, CAMBRIDGE. 



1 lAEBE ASSOETMEJT OF PAPEEHASmSSS. 




OFFICE— 
i6, KING'S PARADE, CAMBRIDGE. 

■ WORKS- 

CITY ROAD, CAMBRIDGE. 

And at No. 3, S. MARY'S PASSAGE, 

^nr ,^ali nf Satinet Matk, Telo^ts, fitt^t, 
©siiamit Soionrc. 



P F. R. LEACH, 

m f oiiBB IK mmm mm. 

TILES, CARVING, FURNITURE AND PAINTING, 



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li-UABLE Pictures carefully Cleaned 
Higli-Class Picture Frames and Gilding. 



JOHN MODEN I 






18 & 17, MARKET STHKET, 
OjS^3ynBE,IlDC3-E. 



HAGGISTT'S KOUBISHING STOUT, 



tn OkBki and Bottleaofall •!■«■, 



SIDNEY COLLEGE KITCHEN, 

CAMBKJDGEi 



CHABLBS BABBEB, 

Begs to inform Meinbera ot the University, and the Hentrj (it the Towt 
and County thiit he supphes 

WEDDING BHE&KMSTS, LUHCHEONS, 
DINNERS AND BALL SUPPERS 

TABLE DECOMTIONS, SILVER, BLASS, AHD ALL REQUISITES. 

FIKST-CLASS WAITEBB. 



rw ., 




.,J. E. BLISS, 


f: 


nm looM eiosea 




7, S. ANDREW'S STREET, 


! 

.1 


OAMBBIDQB. 


» PUPES, IiJIDIES' BJISS, TILBUIflS, ETC. <■ 


ALL GOODS AT LOWEST PRIOBS FOR CASH. 


J. E. BLISS, 


I 


§\ti$pq\\n, 




7, S. ANDRE\VS STREET, 




CAMBRIDGE. 




P0B,TBAITS & GROUPS 


y 


TAKEN BY 'I-HE 


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1^ PROCESS.