The Newcastle and Gateshead directory: for 1782, 83, and 84. Containing the names, trades, and situation of the warehouses, shops, &c. ...
Whitehead, William, of Newcastle.
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OFFICERS Of the TOWN and COUNTY of NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE. 1782.

  • THE Right Worshipful EDWARD MOSLEY,
  • Esq Mayor, Mansion-house, Close, m.
  • Christopher Fawcett, Esq Recorder, Westg.-st. m.
    Aldermen.
  • Sir Matt. W. Ridley, Bart. Westgate-street, h.
  • John Simpson, Esq Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Matt. Bell, Esq Westgate-street, m.
  • Aubone Surtees, Esq near White-cross.
  • John Eras. Blackett, Esq Pilgrim-street, h.
  • John Baker, Esq Westgate-street, m.
  • Francis Forster, Esq near Nun-gate.
  • Charles Atkinson, Esq foot of Side.
  • John Hedley, Esq Northumberland-street, h.
  • Hugh Hornby, Esq Pilgrim-str. m.
  • Geo. Colpits, Esq SHERIFF, Pilgrim-str. m.
    Common Councilmen.
  • George Colpits, Esq as above.
  • Mr James Liddle, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Mr Christopher Wilkinson, Westgate-street, f.
  • Mr William Yielder, Low-friar-chair, m.*
  • Page  4Mr Frances Johnson, Westgate-street, m.
  • Mr Wm. Cramlington, St Ann's-street.
  • Mr James Tho. Loraine, Westgate-street, f.
  • Mr Robert Clayton, foot of Side.
  • Mr James Wilkinson, Saville-row, m.
  • Mr Isaac Cookson, Hanover-square.
  • Mr William Surtees, Charlotte-square.
  • Mr Ogle Wallis, east side Sandhill.
  • Mr. Snow Clayton, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Mr. Shaftoe Coulter, Westgate-street, m.
  • Mr Joseph Saint, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Mr Wm. Bacon, Rose-mary-lane.
  • Mr Alex. Adams, Northumberland-street, f.
  • Mr George Stephenson, east end of Close.
  • Mr Richard Chambers, Pilgrim street, m.
  • Mr Thomas Bullman, Middle-street, m.
  • Mr Henry Scott, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Mr Robert Hedley, west end, Saville row.
  • Mr Thomas Harbottle, Westgate-street, h.
    Coroners.
  • William Maxwell, Esq Pilgrim-street. f.
  • William Stalker, Esq foot of Side.
    Town Clerk.
  • William Gibson, Esq Westgate-street, m.
    Quay Master.
  • George Stephenson, Esq east end Close.
    Clerk of the Chamber.
  • Mr Henry Shadforth, foot of Silver-street.
    Sword Bearer.
  • Mr Nath. Bayles, St Nicholas' church-yard.
    Page  5Water Bailiff.
  • Mr William Watson, near Barras-bridge.
    Gaoler.
  • Mr Thomas Harle, Newgate-street, h.
    Town Marshall.
  • Mr Richard Owen, Denton-chair, m.
    Chamberlains.
  • Mr Isaac Busfield. Fenkell-street, h.
  • Mr William Cox, Castle-yard, m.
  • Mr Hawdon Brumell, Garth-heads.
  • Mr Thomas Cooper, near Black horse pant.
  • Mr George Codling, White-cross.
  • Mr Jos. Curry, foot of Butcher-bank.
  • Mr Robert Scott, Fleshmarket, h.
  • Mr Thomas Jackson, Flesh-market, f.
    Serjeants at Mace.
  • Mr John Finley, Sheriff's Serjeant, Pilgr.-str. f.
  • Mr Edward Manners, New Bridewell, foot Ma∣nor Chair.
  • Mr John Patterson, Close, m.
  • Mr Thomas Gill, foot of Tuthill-stairs, Close.
  • Mr John Finley, Magdalene's, near Bar. bridge.
  • Mr Stephen Parkinson, without Pilgrim-gate.
  • Mr John Young, near Close-gate.

Alphabetical LIST of the people in Trade, &c. in Newcastle.

  • Abbs Rich. Bryan, Surgeon, Pudding-chair, m.
  • Adams Alex. fitter-office, Stoney-hill, br-chair.
  • Adams Geo. spirit-dealer and publican, grey-horse, Quayside, m.
  • Page  6Adams Andrew, publican, ship, North Shore.
  • Addison and Davidson, glaziers and painters, Side, f.
  • Alder Thomas, butcher, Vine-lane
  • Alder Josh. cheese-mong. & bacon-deal. Side, m.
  • Alder George, butcher, Gallowgate, h.
  • Allon John, gun-smith, Painter-heugh, m.
  • Allies Grand, office, Close, m.
  • Allen Thomas, merch. office, Quayside, m.
  • Allen James, stay-maker, head of Side.
  • Allen Mrs, publican, Turk's head, without Pil∣grim-gate.
  • Allen John, grocer and tea-dealer, Broad-ch. h.
  • Ainsley William, taylor, Bailiff-gate, m.
  • Ainsley Jacob, woolen-draper, Castle-yard, m.
  • Air Thomas, publican, three tuns, Pilgrim-str. f.
  • Airey, Cookson, & Co. glass-warehouse, with∣out Close-gate.
  • Airey William, woollen-draper, Biggmarket, f.
  • Alexander Thomas, publican; eastend Bailiff-gate, Duke Cumberland's head.
  • Alexander Thomas, glass-cutter and engraver, without Close-gate.
  • Allcock Sam. publican, cannon, Fleshmark. f.
  • Alderson William, cheese-monger, and grocer, middle-street, h.
  • Allinson William, attorney at law, and notary publick, Side, f.
  • Ameers John, publican, griffin, Pilgrim-str. m.
  • Anderson Wm. merchant and broker, Side, f.
  • Anderson and Son, peruke-makers, Middle-st. f.
  • Anderson Edward, merchant, Side, f.
  • Anderson George, builder, Westgate-str. m.
  • Page  7Anderson Bart. builder, ditto.
  • Anderson Richard, baker, Manor-chair, m.
  • Anderson John, surgeon, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Anderson Charles, peruke-maker, Side, m.
  • Anderson John, weaver, Ousburn.
  • Andrew and J. Harrison and Co. iron-mongers, Skinner-burn.
  • Angas Caleb, coach-maker, Biggmarket, m.
  • Angus Thomas, printer, east side, St Nicholas church-yard.
  • Angus Anthony, herd, Gallowgate, h.
  • Askew John, writting master, Spital.
  • Atkinson John, cooper, near Black horse pant, and salmon pickler, and dryer of ditto, Plum∣ber-chair, Quayside.
  • Atkinson Jacob, butcher, High-friar-chair, m.
  • Atkinson Charles, Esq iron and tar-merchant, Side, f.
  • Atkinson, L. & Son, ship and insurance-brokers, Quay-side, m.
  • Atkinson and Rutherford, rope-makers, Quay∣side, m.
  • Atkinson Jane, publican, black horse, Spicer-lane, h.
  • Atkinson Joseph, bookseller, binder, stationer, & musical instrument-dealer, Groatmarket, h.
  • Atkinson Joseph, peruke-maker, Back-row.
  • Archbold James, slater, Gallowgate, m.
  • Archbold Richard, gardener, ditto, m.
  • Arrowsmith Jos. publican, rose, Grindon-chair.
  • Avison Charles, organist, and teacher of music, Fleshmarket, m.
  • Page  8Bailey, the Rev. John, Academy, Groatmar, m.
  • Bailey Wm. publican, unicorn, Quayside, m
  • Baker John, Esq fitter's office, Broad-chair, m.
  • Baker John, dyer, &c. Close, m.
  • Bainbridge Wm. gardener, Forth-banks, h.
  • Bancks J. teacher of dancing, Westgate-str. f.
  • Bancks Adam, carver and gilder, ditto.
  • Bank, the Old, opposite Painter-heugh, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Bank, the Exchange, head of Silver-street, ditto.
  • Bank, the Tyne, near north end, Tyne-bridge, Close.
  • Barber Martin, bookseller, binder, and circu∣lating library, Side, h.
  • Barber John, attorney at law, without Pilgrim Gate.
  • Barker Robert, perfumer, and flint-glass ware∣house, Middle-street, f.
  • Barker and Woolfall, merchts. n. side, Sandhill.
  • Barron John, stay-maker, Silver-street, h.
  • Barnes Jos. publican, ship, Close, m.
  • Barras John, merchant, office, Fenwick's-entry, Quay-side.
  • Barkas Robert, shoe-maker, Union-street, h.
  • Barkas Edward, butcher, Low-friar-chair, f.
  • Barkas Wm. peruke-maker, Pudding-chair, h.
  • Barkas —, grocer and tea-dealer, middle-st. m.
  • Barkas Wm. tanner, near the White-cross.
  • Barkas Thomas, flater, Pilgrim-str. m.
  • Baths, the new medicinal, without West Gate.
  • Bearpark J. publican, red lion, Pandon.
  • Bayles Cha. and Co. fitter's office, near Broad-chair, Quayside.
  • Page  9Baxter John, cheese-monger and bacon-dealer, Side, h.
  • Beilby and Bewick, engravers and plate-printers, Amen-corner, St Nicholas' Church-yard.
  • Bell Wm. publican, peacock, Quayside, m.
  • Bell Wm. portrait-painter, above Nun-gate.
  • Bell Wm. painter and glazier, Newgate-str. h.
  • Bell Joseph, painter, above Nun Gate.
  • Bell David, publican, bell, near the Black Gate.
  • Bell James, merchant, Side, f.
  • Bell Wm. slater, Broad-gar. seven stars, Quayside.
  • Bell Jeram. and Co. tallow-chandlers, Broad-chair, f.
  • Bell Rob. hearses, mourning-coaches and chaises, to any part of Great-Britain, Side, h.
  • Bell John, land-surveyor, east end of the Low-friar-chair, or at Mr Charnley's, bookseller.
  • Bell M. and W. hair-dressers and perfumers, Biggmarkett, h.
  • Bell John, merchant, Side, f.
  • Bell Matthew, Esq fitter's office, Quayside, m.
  • Bell Ralph, butcher, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Bell Joseph, grocer and tea-dealer, ditto.
  • Bella Alexander, portrait-painter, fleshmark. f.
  • Bellany James, baker, head of the Side.
  • Berry Henry, baker, Cowgate.
  • Benney John, publican, ship, North Shore.
  • Beech Patrick, goldsmith and hardware-dealer, Side, h.
  • Blakey Wm. taylor, Groatmarket, f.
  • Blakey Paul, patten-maker, Side, m.
  • Blackett Christ. spirit and hop-merchant, Side, h.
  • Blackett Tho. shoe-maker, Middle-str. h.
  • Page  10Blenkinsop Th. sen. house-carpenter, Pilg.-str. m.
  • Boag Wm. patten-maker, Side, m.
  • Boak Wm. woolen-draper, east side Sand-hill.
  • Bollam Rob. joiner, Castle, in Castle yard.
  • Booth Mrs. maltster, Manor-chair, h.
  • Bowker Tho. thread manufacturer, and Man∣chester-warehouse, Butcher-bank, f.
  • Boyd Henry, attorney at law, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Brand Rev. John, curate of St Andrew's church, Spital.
  • Bracken John, cabinet and joiners' tool-maker, High-bridge.
  • Brewster Sam. coach-maker, Westgate-str. h.
  • Brelsford Rich. stocking-weaver, Pandon, m.
  • Brodie Hugh, inn-keeper, turk's head, Bigg-market, h.
  • Brass Sam. cork-cutter, Sandgate, m.
  • Brown A. gingerbread-baker, Close, m.
  • Brown James, taylor, High-bridge, m.
  • Brown Ralph, upholsterer, Side, m.
  • Brown —, physician, Pilgrim-str. h.
  • Brown Geo. attorney at law, Painter-heugh, m.
  • Brown the Rev. John, curate of St John's church, and schoolmaster, south end of St John's lane.
  • Brow J. taylor, North Shore.
  • Brockhouse Rob. cooper, east end Quayside.
  • Brown Rich. wine-merchant, head of Side.
  • Brown Thomas, book-binder, Groatmarket, f.
  • Brown Mich. tanner, Darn crook, or Hanover-sq.
  • Brown John, whip-maker, without West Gate.
  • Brown E. publican, Ouseburn.
  • Brown Thomas, flour-dealer, Nun Gate.
  • Browel Matthew, joiner, &c. Fenkel-street, h.
  • Page  11Bruce Wm. surveyor, Garth-heads.
  • Brummell Geo. cabinet-maker, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Brummell Wm. shoe-maker, Middle-street, m.
  • Brunton Benj. shoe-maker, Side, f.
  • Brunton John, tanner, near White-cross.
  • Brunting Rich. breeches-maker, King-street.
  • Bryan Miss, school, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Buck John, peruke-maker, east corner, Sandhill.
  • Buckham James, publican, half-moon, Ouseburn
  • Bullman Tho. shoe-maker, Middle-street, m.
  • Bullman Miss, linen-draper, Middle-street, m.
  • Bullman John, sadler and hardware-man, Side, h.
  • Bulmer Tho. butcher, Gallowgate, h.
  • Burn James, taylor, Westgate-street, f.
  • Burn Josh. flax-dresser and cheese-monger, High-bridge, m.
  • Burnett Rob. carpenter and mill-wright, Pilgrim Gate.
  • Burnep M. publican, bay horse, Barris-bridge.
  • Burnep John, cart-wright, &c. without West Ga.
  • Burton Tho. taylor, head of Long-stairs.
  • Burrell John, taylor, head of Side.
  • Burrell James, house-carpenter, Ballast-hills.
  • Burrell Rich. publican, Adm. Rodney, Side, h.
  • Burdon Tho. and Co. brewery, peacock-entry,
  • Byker-Office, near Folly, Sandgate.
  • Callender Mich. and John, nursery and seed-men, Middle-street, h.
  • Callender Rob. nursery-man, Pudding-chair, m.
  • Cameron and Stephenson, grocers and tea-deal∣ers, Middle-street, f.
  • Campbell Charles, builder, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Page  12Cant Rob. butcher, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Cannaway Walter, carver and gilder, Flesh-m. h.
  • Cansfield Geo. mason, Fenwick's-entry, Quay-si.
  • Carr and Widderington Messrs. merchants; of∣fice, Hanover-square.
  • Carr Wm. ingrosser and writer to attornies, Westgate-street, m.
  • Carr Mrs. grocer and tea-dealer, Middle-str. h.
  • Carr John, dyer, near Stock-bridge.
  • Carr Matt. grocer and tea-dealer, Side, m.
  • Carr John, peruke-maker, near Glass-house-bridge, North Shore.
  • Carr Rich. weaver, Ouseburn.
  • Carr Bewly, mast, block, and pump-maker, Quayside, h.
  • Carr John, cooper, Scale-cross.
  • Carr Cha. cooper and salmon-pickler, Grindon-chair.
  • Carr James, publican, bear, Sandgate Gate.
  • Carr David, wharfinger and spirit-dealer Scale-cr.
  • Carus Isabella, silk-dyer, &c. Close, m.
  • Cargill James, house-carpenter, Ballast-hills.
  • Carnton Mrs. peruke-maker, flesh-market, h.
  • Carnton Ann, grocer and tea-dealer, Quayside m.
  • Carse Wm. ship-wright, near Glass-house Bridge.
  • Carter and Gibson, milleners, Pudding-chair, h.
  • Carter C. publican, Love-lane, f.
  • Catchiside John, sadler and hardware-man, Side, f.
  • Cathey Wm. tallow-chandler, Sandgate, h.
  • Carver James, publican, ship, ditto, f.
  • Cay Wm. bookbinder, High-bridge, m.
  • Cay Ely, publican, dun cow, Sandgate, h.
  • Page  13Chapman John, joiner, &c. Biggmarket, m.
  • Chapman Lewis, publican, ship, Stock-bridge.
  • Chapman, Wm and John, Folly, Sandgate.
  • Chappell Wm. cutler and surgeon's instrument-maker, east side St Nicholas' church yard.
  • Charnley Wm. bookseller binder, and stationer, Groatmarket, m.
  • Charlton Geo. corn & brandy-mercht. north end of Tyne-bridge.
  • Charlton John, mustard-manufact. Pandon-dean.
  • Charlton Wm. ship-wright, North Shore, f.
  • Chambers Rich. and Rob. tanners, White Cross.
  • Chambers Miss, milliner, head of Side.
  • Chein John, surveyor and school-m. Trinity-ch.
  • Chicken Andw. butcher, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Chipchase Tho. cooper, Close, m.
  • Clark James, publican, cross-keys, Newgate-st.
  • Clark —, physician, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Clark John, shoe-maker, Bailiff-gate, m.
  • Clark James, shoe-maker, Side, h.
  • Clark Ann, linen draper, ditto.
  • Clark John, bacon and cheese-dealer, Side, m.
  • Clark John, taylor, Biggmarket, m.
  • Clark Cuth. lecturer on astronomy, North Shore.
  • Clark Wm. publican, black horse, Groatmarket:
  • Clapham and King's brewery, Javel-group.
  • Clayton Nath. attorney at law, Westgate-st. m.
  • Clayton Robert, merchant, Side, f.
  • Clayton and Hornby, Esq woollen-drapers, north side of Sandhill.
  • Clennel John, hatter, Side, f.
  • Coates Fran. book-seller, binder, and stationer, Biggmarket, h.
  • Page  14Codling George, publican, shoulder of mutt••, White-cross.
  • Cooke, —, taylor, Silver-street,.
  • Cowans Wm. flour dealer, Quayside, m.
  • Cockburn John, grocer and tea-dealer, Side, ••
  • Cockburn Geo. beadle of St John's church, St John's Lane.
  • Cook Benjamin, woollen-draper, east side Sandhill
  • Cook Wm. stay-maker, Broad-chair, m.
  • Cook Wm. flour-dealer, White Cross.
  • Coulson Wm. merchant, Side, f.
  • Coulson Thomas, butcher, Silverstreet, h.
  • Coulson John, butcher, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Couzans Wm. publican, Grindon-chair.
  • Cowle John, joiner, &c. Fleshmarket, h.
  • Collingwood Miss, milliner, Rose-mary Lane.
  • Cooper Margaret, weaver, gen. hospital, Manors
  • Cooper Thomas, peruke-maker, Biggmarket, h.
  • Colpits Geo. Esq fitter's office, Spicer-lane, h.
  • Colpits Jos. butcher, High-friar-chair, m.
  • Coulter, Shaftoe and John, merchants, north side Sandhill.
  • Coleman John, publican, black house, Pilg.st. m.
  • Cooper Geo. joiner's tool-ma. & turner, Fleshm. h
  • Common Francis, publican, Marquis of Granby, Quayside, m.
  • Cowley John, beadle of St. Nicholas' church, east side of church yard.
  • Cowling Edward, inn-keeper, spread eagle, Groatmarket, f.
  • Coatsworth James, butcher, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Coventry Wm. clock and watch-maker, Low Br.
  • Cook Roger, butcher, Fleshmarket, m.
  • Page  15Cook Thomas, patten-maker, Middle-street, m.
  • Cox Geo. peruke-maker, Side, f.
  • Cox Wm. brass founder, Castle Yard, m.
  • Cram —, shoe-maker, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Cramlington Wm. roper and fitter, office end of Broad-chair.
  • Crawford James, gold-smith and jeweller, Side, h
  • Crawford David, gold-smith and jeweller, ditto, f
  • Crawford Ralph, shoe-maker, Side, h.
  • Crawford Mrs. publican, cock, Percy-street, h.
  • Crowe R. spirit-dealer, Quayside, m.
  • Crisp Daniel, smith, Fenkle street, h.
  • Curry J. appraiser and auctioneer, George-stairs.
  • Curry T. ship-builder, Wide-open, North Shore.
  • Curry Robert and co. upholsterers, Scale Cross.
  • Curry Thomas, mason, Quayside, m.
  • Curry Wm. school-master, St Ann's school.
  • Curry Mrs, publican, globe, Spicer-lane, h.
  • Cutty Tho. furrier, and Anderson's pill-maker, White Cross.
  • arnel Wm. wine-merchant, Side, m.
  • ale Shallet, attorney at law, Saville-Row, m.
  • avison John, hosier, east side, Sandhill.
  • avison Wm. gardener, Conduit-head.
  • avison Edward, butcher, Butcher-bank, m.
  • vison Wm. weaver, Ouseburn.
  • vison Anthony, butcher, Grindon chair.
  • vison John, weaver, High bridge, m.
  • vison Thomas, butcher, Butcher-bank, m.
  • vison John, tobacconist, Side, h.
  • vison Jas. publican, ship, King-street.
  • vidson Thomas, attorney at law, and collec∣tor Page  16 of stamp duties for Newcastle, Northum∣berland, and Berwick, Biggmarket, m.
  • Davidson John, attorney at law, and clerk of the peace for county of Northumb. Bigg-m. m.
  • Davison Jos. butcher, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Davison Tho. attorney at law, High-bridge, m.
  • Davison —, publican, Adm. Keppel, Broad-ch.
  • Davis Mary and Son, cheese-wareh. Close, m.
  • Davenport J. paper-hanging manufact. Scale Cr.
  • Davenport James, flax-merchant, Side, h.
  • Dawson Thomas, shoe-maker, Middle-street, m.
  • Dawson Thomas, joiner, &c. Fleshmarket, f.
  • Dickson Wm. Ladies hair-dresser, High-br. h.
  • Dixon Jos. publican, three kings, Quayside, m.
  • Dixon Mrs, publican, Ballist-hills.
  • Dixon Robt. shoe-maker, east end High-bridge.
  • Dixon John, plumber, Westgate-street, h.
  • Dixon R. publican, crown and cannon, Side, m
  • Dispensary public, Pilgrimstreet, m.
  • Dobinson Mrs. publican, cross keys, Spicer Lane
  • Dobson S. persumer, Pilgrim-street, h.
  • Dockwray the Rev. Dr. Charlotte Square
  • Dodds Anthony, tanner, White Cross.
  • Dodd Wm. peruke-maker, west end High. br.
  • Dodds John, land-surveyor, Fleshmarket, h.
  • Donaldson J. organ-builder, Northumb. str. m.
  • Doughty and Parker, chymists and druggists, Biggmarket, h.
  • Douglass Wm. gardener, publican, &c. boar head, without West Gate.
  • Dove Roger, plumber, &c. Biggmarket, h.
  • Dow Cha. broker and taylor, Castle-yard, m.
  • Drummond Robt. publican, George, Fleshm.
  • Page  17Dryden Benjamin, gold-smith and jeweller, north side Sandhill.
  • Duke John, publican, harp & crown, Sandgate, h
  • Duncan Tim. inn-keeper, black bull, Fleshm. h.
  • Duntze Wm. white-smith, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Dunn Wm. publican, black boy, Sandgate, m.
  • Dunn Anth. butcher, Butcher-bank, f.
  • Easterby A. grocer & tea-dealer, east end of Close.
  • Eden-Fra. cabinet-ma. and joiner, George-stairs.
  • Edwards J. publican, smith's arms, Skinner-burn.
  • Edwards Fra. buckle-maker, Groatmarket, m.
  • Edwards J. wool-comber, Low-bridge.
  • Edinburgh tea and spirit warehouse, Middle-st. m
  • Eldridge Wm. painter, Stock-bridge.
  • Elliot Jos. wire-wo. glasshouse-bridge, No. Shore.
  • Elliot Robt. publican, queen's head, Close, m.
  • Elliot Walter, white-smith, Newgate-street, h.
  • lliot Mrs. publican, unicorn, Biggmarket, m.
  • llison Rev Mr. curate of St Nicholas' church, and surrogate for granting marriage licences, Green-court, m.
  • llison Rev Nath. lecturer of St Andrew's, east end of Saville-Row.
  • tringham John, tin-plate-worker, and brazier, Union-street.
  • lisons Miss, milliners, north side St Nicholas' church yard.
  • mmerson Nich. hatter, Silver-street, f.
  • mmerson John and Geo. iron-founders, Side, f.
  • nglish John, weaver, Ouseburn.
  • rington and Ward, fitter's-office, Quayside, f.
  • Page  18Fadkin Wm. butcher, Butcher-bank, m.
  • Fairbridge Geo. beadle of St Andrew's, White cr.
  • Fairlam A. publican, Ballast-hills.
  • Fairlam and Smith, glaziers and painters, Glass-houses, North Shore.
  • Fairlam Mich. bone-setter and publican, New-castle arms, Quayside, m.
  • Falconer Alex. school-master, east corner St Nicholas' church yard.
  • Farrington Rich. carver and gilder, Painter-h. b.
  • Faucus Anth. butcher, Gallowgate, h.
  • Faucus Geo. house-carpenter and joiner, Ouseb.
  • Fawcett Christ. Esq counsel at law, Westgate-street, m.
  • Fawcett and Doubleday, merchants, Side, h.
  • Fawcett and Doubleday, soap-makers, near the Close Gate.
  • Featherstonhalgh John, iron-monger, east end of the Close.
  • Fearnley Ann, hardware-dealer, &c. Side, f.
  • Fenton Wm. clock and watch-maker, Groatm. f.
  • Fenton Eliz. dealer in household furniture, palls, cloaks, &c. ditto.
  • Fenton Tho. appraiser and auctioneer, Painter∣heugh, h.
  • Fenwick Martin, skinner, Northumberland-st. f.
  • Fenwick John, town's-surveyor, Pilgrim-str. h.
  • Fenwick John, attorney at law, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Fenwick John, shoe-maker, Quayside, f.
  • Ferguson James, shoe maker, Low-bridge.
  • Fife John, publican, bulls' heads, Castle yard.
  • Fife Geo. cabinet-maker, Postern.
  • Fife John, stay-maker, Castle yard, m.
  • Page  19Finley James, clock and watch-maker, Unionstr.
  • Finley John, weaver, and captain of the watch, near Barras-bridge.
  • Findley Daniel, publican, cock and anchor, Sandgate, m.
  • Firth Wm. publican, blue posts, Pilgrimstreet, f.
  • Fisher Rich. clerk of St Nicholas' church, circulating library, Fleshmarket, f.
  • Fish John, and co. merchants and factors, Pil∣grimstreet, m.
  • Flemings Miss, milleners, east side Sandhill.
  • Flemings Mrs. publican, Rodney's head, High bridge, h.
  • Flintoff John, linen-draper and mercer, Side, h.
  • Fiddes John, shoe-maker, east side St Nicholas' church yard.
  • Fontonelle John, teacher of French, Fleshm. f.
  • Forbes John, shoe-maker, Broad-chair, f.
  • Forsy the Tho. slater, Pilgrimstreet, h.
  • Forsy the —, woollen-draper, Castle yard, m.
  • Fothergill A. publican, ship, North Shore, f.
  • Forster Fran. Esq and co. sugar-refiners, Javel-group, Close.
  • Forster Mich butcher, Butcher-bank, m.
  • Forster Geo. peruke-maker, Close, m.
  • Forster James, peruke-maker, near Glasshouse-bridge, North Shore.
  • Fordyce William, wooll-comber, north side St Nicholas' church yard.
  • Fortescue —, publican, rose, Castle yard.
  • Francks Rich. taylor, Groatmarket, m.
  • Frazer John, white-smith, Long-stairs.
  • Fryer John, surveyor, Westgate-street, m.
  • Page  20Galloway A. publican, Jacob's-well, Sand∣gate, h.
  • Gale John, tallow-chandler, Biggmarket, h.
  • Garton Mrs. paper-warehouse, Castle-stairs, f.
  • Garrett John, peruke-maker, Groatmarket, h.
  • Gaire —, shoe-maker, Low-friar chair, m.
  • Gaul Thomas, wine-merchant, end of Javal-group, Close.
  • Gaddes —, school-master, near White-cross.
  • Giles Andrew, cooper, near Execution-dock.
  • Gibson William, publican, vine, Flesh-mar. h.
  • Gibson William, butcher Butcher-bank, f.
  • Gibson Benjamin, linen-draper, Woolmarket.
  • Gibson Thomas, butcher, Grindon-chair.
  • Gibson Henry, surgeon, Westgate-street, f.
  • Gibson Robert, taylor, High-bridge. m.
  • Gibson Esther, cheese-monger, northside, Sand-hill.
  • Gibson Joseph, butcher, dog-bank, m.
  • Gibson Lancelot, butcher, Fleshmarket, m.
  • Gillin W. publican, Sandgate, h.
  • Good fellow Jos. publican & mason, near Ouseb.
  • Goodrick J. cabinet-maker, Pudding-chair, m.
  • Gordon James, woollen and linen-draper, west end of Quay.
  • Gordon Mrs, grocer and tea-dealer, Wh. cross
  • Gowland Wm. grocer and tea-dealer, west end of Quay.
  • Gray J. sail-maker, Broad-chair, f.
  • Gray Gilbert, book-binder, Stock-bridge.
  • Grey John, White-smith, Fleshmarket, f.
  • Grey John, taylor, Long-stairs, h.
  • Page  21Grey George, taylor, near Ouseburn.
  • Grey Robert, taylor, head of Side.
  • Grey Robert, builder, above White Cross.
  • Green Wm. iron-monger, &c. Groatmarket, m.
  • Greenwell T. tallow-chandler, Fleshmarket, f.
  • Greenwell Tho. tallow-chandler, cheese-monger, salmon-pickler and dryer, Side, f.
  • Greenwell Robert, merchant, Side, f.
  • Greenwell James, attorney at law, White Cross.
  • Greenhill Thomas, hatter, Side, m.
  • Graham J. Brewery, Pilgrim-street, h.
  • Graham Tho. woollen-draper, Biggmarket, f.
  • Graham T. publican, three kings, Quayside, m.
  • Graham Wm. gingerbread-baker, Close, m.
  • Graham Richard, cork-cutter, west end, Quay-
  • Gregg Ivie, teacher of dancing, north side, High bridge, m.
  • Greaves Mrs, publican, rose, Quayside, m.
  • Greatrex J. publican, queen's head, near Closeg.
  • Griffith A. Tho. merchant, east end of Close.
  • Greaves Thomas, clock & watch-maker, Quay∣side, m.
  • Griffin D. chairman, Low-friar-chair, m.
  • Grundy Anth. house-carpenter, Pandongate.
  • Guthrie Tho. warehouse-keeper, Pilgrim-str. m.
  • Guthrie A. taylor, south side, St Nicolas' church yard.
  • Guthrie D. peruke-maker, Biggmarket, f.
  • Haigh John, gardener, Blackett's lane.
  • Haggie John, sailcloth-manufactory, Garth-hds.
  • Hales Wm. hackney hearses, coaches, &c. Low-friar-chair, h
  • Page  22Hall John, linen-draper, Kingstreet.
  • Hall — physician, Pilgrimstreet, h.
  • Hall Matth. inn-keeper, Cock, head of Side.
  • Hall William, publican, dog & duck, Fleshm. f.
  • Hall Mrs. publican, bay horse, Fleshmarket, h.
  • Hall Mrs. publican, white swan, ditto.
  • Hall Edwd. butcher, Butcher-bank, f.
  • Hall M. poulterer, High-bridge.
  • Hall Mrs, publican, sun, Percy-street, m.
  • Halliday Wm. brick-layer and plaisterer, Flesh-market, h.
  • Halbert William, woollen draper, Castlestairs, h.
  • Hamilton, Rogerson and Scott, ship and insu∣rance-brokers, Quayside, m.
  • Hamilton David, ladies' shoe-maker, Denton-ch.
  • Hamilton Mrs, pastery-cook, High-bridge, m.
  • Hamby Mary, publican, rope-makers, Sandg. f.
  • Hancock Tho. sadler and hardware-man, north end of Tyne-bridge.
  • Handasyde Cha. shoe-maker, corner of King-str.
  • Harris Jos. china, glass, and Staffordshire ware-house, Biggmarket, f.
  • Harbottle Tho. merchant, north side Sandhill.
  • Hardy Isabella, pastry-cook, north side, St Ni∣chols' church yard.
  • Harle Tho. cooper, Newgate-street, h.
  • Hervey Thomas, attorney at law, Fenkle r. h
  • Herveys, Miss, milliners, ditto.
  • Harrison John, sailcloth-manufactory, Wall-knoll
  • Harrison Jasper, attorney at law, Pilgrim-street, h
  • Harrison John, baker, head of Side.
  • Harrison John, clock and watch-maker, ditto.
  • Page  23Hastie and Tinwell, school-masters, Pilgrim-fir. f.
  • Hastey R. publican, bull and crown, Sandgate, m.
  • Hawden Matthias, organist and music-teacher, Northumberland-street, f.
  • Hawden Thomas, surgeon, Pilgrim street, f.
  • Hayes John, tallow-chandler, and fruit-dealer, Low Bridge, m.
  • Hedley Jacob, cheese, butter, and flour-dealer, Groat-market, h.
  • Hedly John, Esq fitter's office end of Trinity-chair, Quayside.
  • Hedley Wm. butcher, Low-friar-chair, h.
  • Hedley Tho. pavior, Low-friar-chair.
  • Henderson Geo. publican, D. of Cumb. Close, m.
  • Henderson John, grocer and tea-dealer, east end Low-bridge.
  • Henderson Mrs, hosier, Low-bridge.
  • Henderson Rich. peruke-maker, Fleshmarket, h.
  • Hendry John, shoe-maker, near White Cross.
  • Henzell John, publican, ship, near New-bridge.
  • Henzell Mrs, publican, black swan, Fleshm. f.
  • Henzell Tim. publican, red lion, Ballast-hills.
  • Henzell John, publican, stone cellar, No. Shore.
  • Heron Thomas, butcher, All Saints church yard.
  • Heron Ralph, attorney at law, Pilgrim-street, h.
  • Heslop M. publican, white hart, west end of Quayside.
  • ethrington James, gold-smith and jeweller, Groatmarket, f.
  • eward —, linen-draper, Middle-street, f.
  • eward —, linen-draper, Side, m.
  • illcoat William, earthen-ware house, west end of Quayside.
  • Page  24Hewitson John, butcher, Butcher-bank, m.
  • Hills Wm. shoe-maker, Quayside, m.
  • Hill John, glazier and painter, ditto.
  • Hindmarsh and Blaylock, raff-merch. Pandon, m.
  • Hindmarsh Ralph, clerk of St Andrew's church, Gallowgate, m.
  • Hodgkinson Charles, flour and bacon-dealer, near Nun Gate.
  • Hymers Mich. cooper, Side, f.
  • Hodgson Ann, cheese, butter, and bacon-dealer, Love-lane.
  • Hodges Rowland, anchor-smith, Glass-houses, North-shore.
  • Hogg Wm. joiner, High-bridge, h.
  • Hogg John, taylor, Groatmarket, m.
  • Hogg John, cheese-monger, north side Sandhill.
  • Hogg Edward, butcher, Execution-dock.
  • Holmes Solomon, oil-leather-factory, Northum∣berland-street, m.
  • Hope James, publican, half-moon, Blythe's-nock.
  • Hopper Moses, publican, dun lion, Fleshmar. m.
  • Hornby Tho. stay-maker, Low-bridge, m.
  • Horsley Rob. butcher, Glass-house Bridge, North-shore.
  • How Geo. hardware-man, Groatmarket, m.
  • Hospital, St Luke's, north side of Leazes.
  • Hudson John, spirit-dealer, south side St Nicho∣las' church yard.
  • Hudson Mrs. millener, Fleshmarket, f.
  • Hudspeth and son, cutlers and surgeons' instru∣ment-makers, north side St Nicholas' churchy.
  • Hudspeth Jos. teacher of music, ditto.
  • Hudspeth Miss, millener, High-bridge, h.
  • Page  25Humble and Roddam, booksellers and stationers, Side, f.
  • Humble Edward, licensed state-lottery office, and circulating library, ditto.
  • Humble Geo. publican, Hon. Cha. Fox, Close, m.
  • Huntley Roger, pavior, Silver-street, h.
  • Huntley John, pavior, High-bridge, h.
  • Hume James, inn-keeper, north end Tyne-br.
  • Hume James, publican, ship, Sandgate, h.
  • Hunter Ja. publican, ship, Sandgate, h.
  • Hunt Thomas, tin-plate-w. and brazier, Side, m.
  • Hunter John, grocer and tea-dealer, Quayside, m.
  • Hunter Geo. publican, cross keys, south end of Grindon-chair.
  • Hutchinson Mrs, boarding-sch. Westgate-str. m.
  • Hutchinson Miss, boarding-sch. near Nun Gate.
  • Hunter Mrs, publican, Ouseburn.
  • Hutchinson John, butcher, Butcher bank, m.
  • Hutchinson Wm. butcher, ditto.
  • ••gham Wm. surgeon, Biggmarket, m.
  • ••firmary, head of Firth-banks.
  • ackson Paul, merchant and manufacturer of ear∣then ware, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • ackson Tho. shoe-maker, Middle-street, h.
  • ackson Tho. publican, half m. Fleshmarket, f.
  • ackson John, hackney horse-keeper, Postern.
  • ackson Tho. butcher, Butcher-bank, h.
  • ••mes John, tobacconest and cheese-monger, east side of Sandhill.
  • ••meson Thomas, engraver and plate-printer, east corner of St Nicholas' church-yard.
  • Page  26Jameson J. butcher, Low-friar-chair, f.
  • Jameson J. china-dealer, hosier, hardware-man, &c. Groatmarket, m.
  • Jameson Wm. white-smith, close, m.
  • Jefferson Henry, cooper, Broad-chair, m.
  • Jefferson Geo. grocer and tea-dealer, north side Sandhill.
  • Jinkens Tho. dyer, foot of Tuthill-stairs.
  • Johson Mrs, publican, Side, h.
  • Johnson Anthony, hatter and hosier, west end of High-bridge.
  • Johnson S. publican, ship, Pandon, m.
  • Johnson Stephen, butcher, Butcher-bank, f.
  • Johnson Jacob, butcher, High-friar-chair.
  • Jolly Tho. weaver, Ouseburn.
  • Joplin R. publican, fox and lamb, Pilgrim-st. f.
  • Joplin Wm. tinplate-worker, Side, m.
  • Jubbs —, publican, Scots' arms, Biggmark.
  • Kay R. school-master, east end of Bailiff gate.
  • Kay Edward, taylor, Manor-chair, f.
  • Kell Thomas, shoe-maker, Middle-street, h.
  • Kelly Mich. peruke-maker, Biggmarket, m.
  • Kelly Mrs, publican, sun, Quayside, m.
  • Kennedy Rob. peruke maker, Biggmarket, h.
  • Kearton Th. brass-founder, &c. Highbridge, m.
  • Keenlyside Wm. surgeon, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Kent Bart. Upholsteer, &c. Side, m.
  • Kidd John, flax-merchant, east end, Close.
  • Kidd Thomas, flax-dresser and cheese-monger Groatmarket, h.
  • Kidd George, spirit-merchant, burnt-house en¦try, Side.
  • Page  27Kent Wm. fitter, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Kidd & Milburn, raff-merchants, Trinity-chair
  • Kidd David, publican, golden anchor, Sandg. m.
  • Kidd —, linen draper, butcher-bank, f.
  • Kinear Andrew, taylor, Mount, Castle-yard.
  • King, J. & Co. earthern-ware-manufactory, St. Anthony's.
  • Kinlock Adam, teacher of dancing, Groatm. h.
  • Killear John, taylor, near Stockbridge.
  • Kirton Philip, sail-maker, Quayside, m.
  • Kirsop John, linen-draper, Middle-street, m.
  • Kirsop John, attorney at law, & notary public, head of Side.
  • Kirsop —. smith, Percy-street, h.
  • aing Eliz. mustard-manufactory, Broad-garth, Quayside.
  • ake Wm. Sam. attorney at law, Silver-street, h.
  • amb & Waldie, soap-makers, near Close Gate.
  • amb T. carpenter and mill-wright, Barras-bri.
  • ambert Jacob, attorney at law, Green-court.
  • anglands and Robertson, gold-smiths and jew∣ellers, Side, m.
  • andell and Chambers, iron-mongers and hard∣ware-men, Groatmarket, f.
  • andell Mrs, hardware-dealer, north corner, Sandhill.
  • andell G. joiners, tool-maker, Groatmark. m.
  • auder George, tea-dealer, &c. Pilgrim-street m.
  • awton Samuel, wharfinger, cheese-monger, & London agent, Folly, Sandgate. h.
  • aws Wm. publican, king's arms, Fleshm. m.
  • Page  28Lawson Thomas, printer, Vine-entry, Flesh-market, m.
  • Lawson Thomas, butcher, Middle-street, h.
  • Lawson Mrs, publican, beehive, Fleshma. m.
  • Lawson Wm. taylor, Castle-yard, h.
  • Lawsons Miss, milleners, east end Lowbridge.
  • Laws Wm. butcher, Butcher-bank, m.
  • Lee Cuth, butcher, Vine-lane.
  • Lax Wm. herd, Barras-bridge.
  • Lee Robert, butcher, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Lee John, butcher & public. without West Gate
  • Lee Edw. publican, sun, pandon, h.
  • Leighton John, surgeon, Queen-street, m.
  • Leighton Wm. shoe-marker, Castle-yard, f.
  • Leighton John, clogger, foot of Castle-stairs.
  • Leighton John, shoe-maker, Low-bridge.
  • Lamb T. carpenter & will-wright, Barras-bridg
  • Leishman Wm. sadler, Biggmark, f.
  • Leishman Wm. publican, blackbull, Quaysi. m.
  • Leslie James, baker, Quayside, m.
  • Leslie Wm. ship-builder, Mushroom.
  • Levy Is. glass-engraver, & cutter, Woolmarket
  • Learmond R. publican, 3 castles, Sandgate, f.
  • Liddell James, fitter's-office, Water-gate, Sandh.
  • Liddell and Tallentire, raff-merchants, Broad-chair, h.
  • Liddell Jos. flax-merchant, foot of Long-stairs, f.
  • Liddell J. publican, sun, Spicer-lane.
  • Lippit John, taylor, Mount, Castle Yard.
  • Lisle Robt. Esq fitter; office Broad-chair, h.
  • Lisle Devirgy, cabinet-maker, Pilgrim-street, m
  • Littlejohn James, weaver, Ouseburn.
  • Livestone D. publican, red lion, Sandgate, m.
  • Page  29Loftus Wm. inn-keeper, white hart, Fleshmar. m
  • Lockley Rich, carver and guilder, Postern.
  • Loggie W. publican, golden anch. Grindon ch.
  • Longstaff R. clerk of All Saints, Pilgrim-str. f.
  • Longstaff Geo. attorney, ditto.
  • Long Miss, hosier and perfumer, Union-street.
  • Lowdon John, painter, Armourers-ch. Quayside.
  • Lowe David, weaver, Ouseburn.
  • Lowrey Tho. publican, George, Quayside, m.
  • Lowry-Rob. whip and pocket-book-maker, Pep∣percorn-chair, Quayside.
  • upton Tho. peruke-maker, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • umfden John, hardware-man, &c. Cowgate.
  • uke Alex. publican, cannon, near Close Gate.
  • unatic Hospital, Back-lane, without West Gate.
  • 'Donald, Donald, wine-mercht. Quayside, m.
  • 'Gill Tho. publican, ship, Sandgate, f.
  • 'Nab Cha. grocer and tea-dealer, Union-street.
  • 'Nees Rich. shuttle and slay-maker, Ouseburn.
  • Mackenzie John, school-master, Cowgate, m.
  • addison Tho. builder High-bridge, m.
  • arr —, joiner, Groatmarket, m.
  • arshall Tho. glazier and painter, south side of St Nicholas' church yard.
  • arshall Mrs, publican, crown, Fenkle-street.
  • arshall Miss, pastry-school, Low-bridge, m.
  • arshall Geo. butcher, north side St Nicholas' church yard.
  • arley W. publican, three tuns, east side Sandh.
  • aughan Miss, milliner, Biggmarket, f.
  • aughan Edward, nett-maker, High-bridge, m.
  • Page  30March Wm. builder and publican, Glynn's head, Westgate-street, f.
  • Martin David, spirit-dealer, east end of Quayside.
  • Maxwell Wm. surgeon, east corner, Sandhill.
  • Mason Wm. butcher, High-friar-chair, m.
  • Menham and Hodgson, iron-manufacturers, west end of Close.
  • Meinard L. teacher of French, Westgate-str. f.
  • Meggison Geo. butcher, Fleshmarket, h.
  • Melrose Alex. school-master, near White Cross.
  • Melrose Tho. taylor, head of the Side.
  • Mewburn Henry, surgeon, Bigg-market, f.
  • Mewburn Wm. butcher, Gallowgate, h.
  • Mickle Wm. baker and hackney-horse keeper, Sandgate Gate.
  • Middlemas Wm. publican, queen's head, Rue∣castle-chair, Quayside.
  • Milburn Wm. plumber, tin-plate-worker, bra∣zier, &c. High-bridge, m.
  • Milburn John, flour-dealer, Cowgate.
  • Mills Isaac, breeches-maker, Castle-yard, m.
  • Miller Wm. book-binder, Fleshmarket, m.
  • Miller John, publican, cross-keys, Stock-bridge
  • Mitchell, Rob. linen-draper, Side, f.
  • Moises, Rev Mr, lecturer of All Saints, Spital.
  • Moses Thomas, butcher, Butcher-bank, m.
  • Moody Wm. taylor, Quayside, m.
  • Moody —, currier, Castle, Castle Yard.
  • Moor T. inn-keeper, nag's head, Butcher-b. f.
  • Monckhouse and Hopper, wine-merchts, Side, f
  • Mordue M. inn-keeper, pack horse, Side, f.
  • Morlin John, taylor, Groat market, m.
  • Moralee Wm. rope-maker. Fleshmarket, h.
  • Page  31Morrison Wm. turner, Fleshmarket, f.
  • Morrison D. publican, orange tree, South Shore.
  • Morris Tho peruke-maker, near Ouseburn.
  • Morton Ralph, publican, hare and hound in Ar∣morer's-chair.
  • Morton Edw. butcher, Blind-lane.
  • Mosley Esq and Airey; fitter's office east end of Quayside.
  • Mossman George, publican, hen and chickens, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Motley and Mills, chymists and druggists, Mid∣dle street, f.
  • Mould Hugh, wheel-wright, Low-bridge.
  • Mowtrey W. publican, anchor, Sandgate, m.
  • Murray Fra. butcher, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Murray Alex. school-master, Garth-heads.
  • Murray Reginald, white-smith, Painter-heugh.
  • Murdoch J. girth and twine-maker, Northum∣berland-street, h.
  • Mowbray Daniel, flax-merchant, Side, m.
  • Myers W. publican, A. Rodney, Armoures ch.
  • Naters Jos. brewery, Sandiford-stone.
  • Nesbit Wm. policy and ship-broker, south end of Broad-chair.
  • Nesbit Roger, peruke-maker, Pilgrim street, m.
  • Nesbit Thomas publican, lion, Newgate-street, h.
  • Nelson J. inn-keeper, black bull, west end of High-bridge.
  • Nelson John, hat-manufacturer, Side, m.
  • Neile John, skinner, and oil-leathr-dresser, High friar-chair, m.
  • Nellum Henry, turner, Bank-side.
  • Page  32Newton Wm. architect, Charlotte Square.
  • Newton James, publican, sun, east end of Close.
  • Nicholson Mrs, pub. boar's head, Trinity-chair.
  • Nicholson Matt. taylor, Black-boy-chair, h.
  • Nicholson John, linen-draper, Union-street.
  • Nicholson Mrs, milliner, Groatmarket, h.
  • Nicholson Wm. sadler, Biggmarket, h.
  • Nichole Anth. wharfinger, high crane, Quayside.
  • Nixon and Fish, linen-drapers, Side, f.
  • Nixon, Dale, and Naters, wine-merchants, Pil∣grim-street, m.
  • Notman Ja. leather-cutter and grocer, Nun Gate.
  • Oliver Robt. linnen-draper. Side, f.
  • Oliver John, publican, angel, Butcher-bank, f.
  • Oliver Ja. hackney-horse keeper, Sandgate Gate.
  • Ord Jacob, peruke-maker, Quayside, m.
  • Oswald W. lace and fringe-weaver, Groatm. m.
  • Oxley Hen. butcher, Silver-street, h.
  • Parkins Jos. hosier, Groatmarket, h.
  • Parker George, at Miss Smith's, Pilgrim-str. m.
  • Parsonage Miss, milliner, High-bridge, m.
  • Patterson John, white-smith, High-bridge, m.
  • Patterson J. malster, Silver-street, m.
  • Patterson R. publican, Flesh-mar. m.
  • Patterson Dorothy, publican, Cowgate.
  • Park, R. publican, blue bell, Side, h.
  • Parrot Ant. attorney at law, Painter-heugh, h.
  • Patrick Tho. flour-dealer, Quayside, m.
  • Pattison & Young's Manchester ware-ho. Side, f.
  • Pearcy Wm. publican, pack horse, Pilgrim-st. m.
  • Pearson Tho. clock and watch-maker, Fleshm. h.
  • Page  33Peel John, chair-man, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Pemberton —, physician, Westgate-street, f.
  • Peacock and Smith, rope-makers, Quayside, m.
  • Peacock Jos. anchor-smith, Sandgate Gate.
  • Peters Wm. attorney at law, Pilgrim-street, h.
  • Permit Office, foot of Side.
  • Philipson Miss, millener, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Philip David, publican, cock, Low-bridge.
  • Pigg Cuthbert, house-carpenter and joiner, Groatmarket, m.
  • Plummer Philoman, stay-maker, Black Gate.
  • Pinkney and Scott, gold-smiths and jewellers, Side, h.
  • Pinkney Rob. grocer and tea-dealer, near post-office, head of Side.
  • Pinkney Mrs. grocer and tea-dealer, Fleshmar. h.
  • Pitt Geo. taylor, Quayside, m.
  • Pollard Wm. flax-merchant, head of Side.
  • Pollard James, flax-merchant, Fleshmarket, h.
  • Pollard Wm. baker, Castle Yard, m.
  • Pollock John, dyer and cloth-dresser, Close, m.
  • Potts Thomas, book-binder and publican, uni∣corn, Byker-chair, m.
  • Potts Wm. surgeon, Groatmarket, m.
  • Potts Wm. publican, hackney horses and chaises, fighting cocks, Biggmarket, h.
  • Potts Mrs. peruke-maker, Execution dock.
  • Potts Mrs. spirit-dealer, east corner Sandhill.
  • Preston Tho. flax-merchant and thread-maker, east end Quayside.
  • Pringle Matth. baker and flour-merchant, Den∣ton-chair.
  • Price Tho. farrier, Garth-heads.
  • Page  34Proctor John, chymist and druggist, head of Side.
  • Pryor Matth. assay-master, Side, m.
  • Punshon Nath. attorney at law, Westgate-str. f.
  • Punshon Tho. butcher, Percy-street, h.
  • Purvis Peter, publican and hackney-horse keeper, cannon, east end of Quayside.
  • Purvis John, cork-cutter, west end of Quayside.
  • Radcliff Tho. breeches-maker and glover, Gal∣lowgate, h.
  • Raisbeck Wm woollen-draper, Groatmarket, f.
  • Rankin John, cabinet-maker, near White C. s.
  • Rankin Rob. merchant, Biggmarket, m.
  • Rankin Ann, confectioner, Middle-street, f.
  • Rayne John, weaver, Ouseburn.
  • Rayne Cha. publican, Robin Hood, Pilgrim-st. f.
  • Redford Burdus, joiner and cabinet-maker, Dog-bank, m.
  • Reed John, joiner and looking-glass-maker, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Reed Joshua, hackney-horse keeper, Fleshmar. h.
  • Reed Colin, gardener, near Conduit-head.
  • Reed Miss, millener, Groatmarket, h.
  • Reed John, mercer and linen-draper, Union-str.
  • Reavely —, linen-draper, Middle-street.
  • Rennoldson Geo. publican, Highlander, Sand-gate, h.
  • Rewcastle John, publican and joiner, goat, nea Nun Gate.
  • Richardson Tho. glazier and painter, Painter heugh, h.
  • Richardson Wm. butter-dealer, Black-boy-chair
  • Richardson David, linen-draper, Side, h.
  • Page  35Richardson Jos. salt-office, north side Sandhill.
  • Richardson P. publican, bull's head, Westg. st. f.
  • Richarby Latus, ingrosser and writer to attornies, Pudding-chair.
  • Richley John, publican and hackney horse keep∣er, angel, Biggmarket, m.
  • Richey Wm. publican and spirit-dealer, king's head, Groatmarket, h.
  • Ridley Rev. Mr. lecturer of All Saints, Charlotte-square.
  • Ridley Geo. publican, blue bell, North Shore.
  • Riddle Mary, grocer and tea-dealer, east end of Quayside.
  • Robb Alex. peruke-maker, west end Denton-ch.
  • Roberts & Spencer, wollen-drap. Quayside. m.
  • Roberts J. hair-dresser and perfumer, west end High-bridge.
  • Robertson John, glover and breeches-maker, Groatmarket, h.
  • Robertson John, breeches-maker and cheese-monger, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Robertson Peter, haberdasher, Side, h.
  • Robertson Dan. publican, North Shore.
  • Robson Lionel, publican and maltster, Broad-chair, h.
  • obson Tho. printer and bookseller, Groatm. h.
  • obson Cha. taylor, Back-row, m.
  • obson Tho. taylor, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • obson Wm. peruke-maker, &c. Queen's-street.
  • obson Cuth. butcher, Northumberland-str. f.
  • obinson Tho. and Co. merchants, Scale Cross.
  • obinson John, brush-maker, east side St Nicho∣las' church yard.
  • Page  36Robinson Tho. publican, sun, Spicer-lane, m.
  • Robinsons Miss, milleners, Biggmarket, m.
  • Romney John, linen-draper, &c. Middle-str. m.
  • Ronald R. shoe-maker, Middle-street, h.
  • Roper Mrs. hosier, west end of Quayside.
  • Rotherham —, physician, Westgate-street, f.
  • Ross Tho. teacher of music, Groatmarket, h.
  • Rowe Wm. merchant, Broad-chair, h.
  • Roy Alex. currier, Biggmarket, h.
  • Rudman James, merchant, east side Sandhill.
  • Rumney Rob. paper-warehouse, Bewick's-entry, Close, m.
  • Rowell Geo. butcher, High-friar-chair, m.
  • Russel John, spirit-merchant and publican, Old Customhouse-entry.
  • Rutherford Rich. butcher, Silver-street, m.
  • Rutherford Wm. butcher, Shield-field.
  • Rutherford Mary and Son, wine-merchants, Scale Cross.
  • Rutherford Edmund, bell man, Close, m.
  • Rutherford Tho. breeches-maker and glover, King-street.
  • Rutherford Geo. heckle-maker, without West G.
  • Rutherford Mrs. publican, crown and cannon, Sandgate, m.
  • Rutter Wm. attorney at law, Westgate-street, m.
  • Saint Tho. printer and bookseller, Pilgrim-st. m.
  • Sadler George, pewterer, &c. Side, h.
  • Salmon Catherine, cheese-monger, Butcher-b. f.
  • anderson George, publican and upholsterer, crown, Biggmarket, m.
  • Sanderson Wm. weaver, Percy-street, h.
  • Page  37Sayer Thomas, hair-merchant, Plummer-chair, Quayside.
  • Saunderson G. publican, halfmoon, Castle-yd. f.
  • Scott Geo. publican, queen's head, Gr. mar. m.
  • Scott T. ladies' hair-dresser & perfumer, Pud. c.
  • Scott Wm. linen-draper, head of Side.
  • Scott Tho. writting-master, Westgate-street, f.
  • Scott Wm. clock and watch-maker, Quay-si. m.
  • Scott John, clock & watch-maker, Sandg. Gate.
  • Scott John, publican, Wilkes's head, Flesh-market, f.
  • Scott Wm. publican, blue bell, Sandgate, h.
  • Scott David, scourer and dyer, near Wh. Cross.
  • Scott Wm. cart-wright, without West Gate.
  • Scott J. publican, crown & thistle, dog-bank, h.
  • Scouler J. mustard-maker, Garth-heads.
  • St Clair Mrs, teacher of music, head of Side.
  • Seymour Wm. attorney at law, east end of Close
  • Seymour Wm. jun. chair-man, Low-friar-ch. f.
  • Seymour Wm. sen. chair-man, Groatmarket, h.
  • Shepherd Matth. breeches-mak. Low-friar-ch. m.
  • hadforth Rob. sail-maker, Broad garth.
  • hadforth Hen. captain of the pilots, Silv. str. f.
  • hadforth Rob. teacher of music, Middle-st. m.
  • aw Hilton, attorney at law, Fleshmarket, m.
  • aw John, pewterer, Side, f.
  • een Tho. upholsterer and auctioneer, end of Javel group, Close.
  • evil Ralph, shoe-maker, Side, h.
  • otton George, taylor, Back-row.
  • otton Wm. cabinet-maker, Fleshmarket,
  • otton Roger, tanner, without West Gate.
  • rader —, hair-dresser, Biggmarket, h.
  • Page  38Silvertop & Dunn, brandy & hop-merchants, west end, Quayside.
  • Simm James, weaver, Ousburn.
  • Simpson & Blackett, Esqrs. fitter's office, Broad-chair, h.
  • Simpson James, publican, and hackney-horse keeper, flying horse, Side, h.
  • Simpson John, organist and music-teacher, Northumberland-street, h.
  • Simpson Tho. publican, three tuns, Sandg. m.
  • Singleton John, publican, grapes, Fenkel-st. h.
  • Skelton Jonathan, dry-salter, Close, m.
  • Skipsey Thomas, taylor, Lowbridge.
  • Slack Thomas, printer and bookseller, Union-street, and insurance-office from fire.
  • Slater Wm. Manchester-warehouse, Pilgr. str. f.
  • Slater J. D. attorney at law, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Smales George, attorney at law, and notary public, Broad-chair, f.
  • Smiles Wm. glazier & painter, Quayside, m.
  • Smith Ralph, slater, Pilgrim-street, h.
  • Smith Mrs, Pastry-school, ditto.
  • Smith W. currier and leather-seller, Castle-yd.
  • Smith Wm. surgeon, head of Side.
  • Smith Wm. tobacconist, Side, f.
  • Smith and Batson, merchants, east end of Clos
  • Smith R. cheese and flour-dealer, Quayside, m
  • Smith Hen. grocer and tea-dealer, Newgate-st.
  • Smith Matt. publican, bull, Sandgate, h.
  • Smith grocer and flour-dea. without Pilgrim 〈◊〉
  • Smith, Harvey and Co. earthen-ware-manufa near Stepney.
  • Smith Miss, milliner, near Nun Gate.
  • Page  39Saunders Peter, school-master, near Stock-bridge.
  • Smallum J. taylor, Bank-side.
  • Smith John, and Co. paper-warehouse, east end of Close.
  • Smith John, publican, Grindon-chair, h.
  • Snowdon Lancelot, publican, red lion, Newgate-street, h.
  • Snowdon —, sail-maker, Quayside, m.
  • Snaith John, grocer and tea-dealer, Quayside, m.
  • Soulsby John, woollen-draper, north side Sandhill.
  • Srsbie Jonathan, merchant, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Spence Tho. school-master, St Ann's school.
  • Spence Tho. grocer and tea-dealer, King-street.
  • Spencer and Liddel, fruit-dealers, Cutter's en∣try, Close.
  • Spencer Rob. cooper and salmon-pickler, Side f.
  • talker & Mitchison, goldsm. & jewellers, Side f.
  • arch manufact. Barker and Co. Pilgrim-str. m.
  • ead T. publican and cart-wright, black horse, near White Cross.
  • tephenson, Rev. Mr, curate of All Saints church, Northumberland-street, h.
  • tephenson John, joiner, cabinet-maker, &c. Long-stairs, h.
  • ephenson Ja. pipe-maker, Pandon Gate.
  • ephenson & Verty, linen-drapers, Middle-st. f.
  • ••phenson Jon. shoe-maker, Middle-street, m.
  • wart Dan. chairman, Groat-market, m.
  • phenson Miss, milliner, near White Cross.
  • ward Alex. shoe-maker, east end of Close.
  • bbs John, auctioneer, Biggmarket, m.
  • bbs John, glazier and painter, Pudding-ch. h.
  • Page  40Stoddart Babington, clock and watch-maker, Middle-street, h.
  • Stoddart J. and Co. rope-makers, Quayside, m
  • Stoddart Edm. woollen-draper, Groatmarket, h
  • Stodhart D. farrier, High-bridge, m.
  • Stokoe John, scrivener, Silver-street, m.
  • Story Tho. cooper, Middle-street, h.
  • Story Nich. school-master, Fleshmarket, h.
  • Story Robt, tanner, Northumberland-street, f.
  • Story Jos. grocer and tea-dealer, above Whi Cross.
  • Story John, leather-seller, east corner, Sandhill
  • Story Robert, leather-seller, Side, m.
  • Strachan Archib. clock and watch-maker, Hig¦bridge, m.
  • Straker Jos. house-carpenter, Ballast-hills.
  • Summers Ra. school-master, High-bridge, m.
  • Summerbell Tho. peruke-maker, Butcher-b.
  • Summerbell John, butcher, Spicer-lane.
  • Surtees Aubone, Esq and Co. iron-foundry, Skinner-burn.
  • Surtees, Johnson, and Dale, wine-merchants, Close, m.
  • Surtees and Liddle, raff-merchants, Pandon Ga
  • Surtees Wm. taylor, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Sutton David, grocer and tea-dealer, Quayside,
  • Swann Margt. publican, ship, near Ballast-hil
  • Swarley R. inn-keeper, black boy, Groatma.
  • Sweet W. baker and flour-dealer, Castle Yard
  • Swinbourn Wm. butcher, Butcher-bank, h.
  • Page  41Taylor Anth. enameller on glass, near Close G.
  • Taylor John, writing-master, Westgate street, f.
  • Taylor Martin, pavior, Fleshmarket, m.
  • Taylor Jos. joiner's tool-maker, Pudding-ch. h.
  • Taylor John, taylor, Denton-chair.
  • Taylor Geo. cheese and flour-dealer, east corner Sandhill.
  • Taylor —, publican, waggon, near Close Ga.
  • Taylor Jos. peruke-maker, without West Gate.
  • Taylor Henry, beadle of All Saints, church yd.
  • Tate Tho. hatter and hosier, Groatmarket, f.
  • Tate John, publican, black bull, Pilgrim-str. h.
  • Temple Geo. printer, Burnt-house entry, Side.
  • Temple P. shoe-maker, Peacock entry, Quayside.
  • Temperley John, grocer and tea-dealer, north corner of Sandhill.
  • Thistlewaite Fran. tallow-chandler and grocer, Quayside, m.
  • Thompson Bart. glazier and painter, Fleshm, m.
  • Thompson John, breeches-maker, and teacher of music, Side, h.
  • Thompson J. teacher of mathematics, Pandon, f
  • Thompson James shoe-maker, head of Side
  • Thompson W. clock and watch-maker, north side of St Nicholas' church yard.
  • Thompson John, brewery, Broad-chair, f.
  • Thompson Wm. peruke-maker, Queen-street.
  • Thompson Geo. inn-keeper, queen's-head, Pil∣grim-street, f.
  • Thompson Tho. publican, sun, North Shore.
  • Thomlinson, Lloyd, and Burdon, iron and tar∣merchants, Water Gate, Sandhill.
  • Page  42Tickle W. clock and watch-maker, Woolmarket.
  • Tindall John, weaver, Ouseburn.
  • Todd Ann, mourning coaches, hearses, & chaises, Pudding-chair, h.
  • Todd Susannah, perfumer, &c. east side of St Nicholas' church yard.
  • Todd Dorothy, hatter, perfumer, and mineral water-warehouse, Side, m.
  • Todd Cha. white-smith, High-bridge, m.
  • Todd John, taylor, Close, m.
  • Turner Cha. new inn, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Turner Rob. butcher, Fleshmarket, m.
  • Turner, Eliz. coffee-house, north corner Sandhill
  • Turner —, school-master, Low-bridge.
  • Turner James, looking-glass-maker, &c. Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Turner Wm. taylor, above White Cross.
  • Turnbull Ja. tobacconist, west end Quayside.
  • Turnbull John, publican, half moon, east side Sandhill.
  • Turnbull Mrs, publican, crown, without We Gate.
  • Turnbull Jos. ladies shoe and clogg-maker, Black-boy chair.
  • Turnbull Mrs, bookseller, Low-bridge, m,
  • Turnbull J. publican, three bulls heads, Broa••¦chair, m.
  • Turnbull W. house carpenter & joiner, Stock-〈◊〉
  • Tweedale Edw. cork-cutter, Scale Cross.
  • Umfreville Tho. clerk of St John's, west end Denton-chair.
  • Urron Abraham, publican, sun, Nun Gate.
  • Page  43Valens Alex, weaver, Ouseburn.
  • Veitch John, heel-maker, Fleshmarket, f.
  • Vickerson Ralph, cabinet-maker, Pilgrim-str. m.
  • Vickerson Mark, shoe-maker, Middle-street, m.
  • Vickerson Jos. cheese and flour-dealer, Middle-street, m.
  • Vogan Fra. cork-cutter, east corner, Sandhill.
  • Wakeman Jos. silk-dyer, Javel-group, Close.
  • Wallis Ogle, wine-merchant, east side Sandhill.
  • Wallis R. smith and farrier, Pudding-chair, m.
  • Wallace Geo. glover and breeches-maker, King∣street.
  • Walker Mrs, mustard manufactory, Side, m.
  • Walker Jane, clock and watch-maker, east end of Close.
  • Walker J. sadler and hardware-m. Middle-st. m.
  • Walker, Fishwick, and Co. white lead manufac∣tory, above Skinner-burn.
  • Walker Tho. coffee-house, north side Sandhill.
  • Walker & Bulmer, carpenters and mill-wrights, White Cross.
  • Walker W. publican, white swan, Newgate st. b
  • Wallace T. carpenter and joiner, Biggmark. m.
  • Wallace Matt. peruke-maker, Cowgate.
  • Wallace Wm. grocer and tea-dealer, Black Gate
  • Walton Tho. slater, High-friar-chair.
  • Wanlass Tho. bricklayer, Dent's-hole.
  • Ward Gilfred, woollen-draper, Groatmarket, m.
  • Wardle and Smith, joiners and cabinet-makers, Westgate-street, f.
  • Wardle Joshua, peruke-maker, Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Page  44Wardle Wm. flour-dealer, Gallowgate, f.
  • Wardle Rich. butcher, Butcher-bank, m.
  • Warran Wm. shoe-maker, near Execution-dock.
  • Warburton J. earthen-warehouse, Quayside, m.
  • Waterwood Nelly, coffee-house, north side of the Sandhill.
  • Waters Matt. Esq fitter's office, Fenwick's entry, Quayside.
  • Waters Ra. sen. painter, Biggmarket, h.
  • Waters Ra. jun. drawing-master, ditto.
  • Watson Sarah, leather-cutter, grocer and tea-dea¦ler, Groatmarket, m.
  • Watson Geo. peruke-maker, High-bridge, h.
  • Watson G. inn-keeper, bird in bush, Pilgrim-str
  • Watson James, white-smith, Castle-yard, f.
  • Watson Wm. publican, Fleshmarket, m.
  • Watson Wm. plumber, &c. High-bridge, m.
  • Watson John, cabinet-maker, Rose-mary-lane,
  • Watch-chrystal-manufactory, Beilby and Co. Painter-heugh, m.
  • Waugh Mrs, sadler, Middle street, m.
  • Waugh Edw. shoe-maker, Butcher-bank, f.
  • Weatherhead Luke, publican, queen's head, without West Gate.
  • Weatherhead J. publican, and slater, three tun Fleshmarket, f,
  • Weatherly Peter, shoe-maker, head of Side.
  • Weddell Geo. peruke-maker, Broad-chair, f.
  • Weddell Ja. school-master, south side of St N¦cholas' church yard.
  • Westgarth Geo. butcher, Darn-crook.
  • Westgarth M. linen-draper, &c. Newgate-str.
  • Westgarth J. beadle of All Saints, Butch. ba.
  • Page  45Westmoreland R. publican, cannon, Close.
  • Wharton J. peruke-maker above Nun Gate.
  • Wharton Lanct. cheese-monger, Close, m.
  • Wheatley Tho. shoe-maker, near the glass-house bridge, North Shore.
  • Wheeler Mrs, cheese-monger, Middle-street, f.
  • Whitehead John, baker, High bridge, m.
  • White T. glazier and painter, High-bridge, m.
  • Whitehead Wm. musical instrument-maker and turner, ditto.
  • Whitefield Joseph, book-binder, and stationer, &c. north end Tyne-bridge.
  • Whitefield Matth. publican, golden lion, Bigg-market.
  • Wibbersley John, merchant, Side, f.
  • Widderington M. shoe-maker, Fleshmar. m.
  • Widdrington Robert, Middle-street, f.
  • Wightman Ralph, tin-plate-worker, Side, h.
  • Wilkes Tho. bleacher, &c. north corner, Leazes.
  • Wilkin Ann. peruke-maker, Quay-side, m.
  • Wilkinson W. attorney at law, High-bridge, m.
  • Wilkinson Christ. iron-merchant, south si. Sandh.
  • Wilkinson J. woollen-draper, east side, Sandh.
  • Wilkinson Rich. attorney at law, Percy-str. h.
  • Wilkinson Wm. farrier, Pilgrim-street, m.
  • Wilkinson John, stay-maker, end of Queen-str.
  • Wilkinson Fenwick, tin-plate-worker, brazier, &c. Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Wilkinson Wm. butcher, Low-bridge, m.
  • Wilkinson Steph. book-binder, east end, Close.
  • Wilson John, taylor, Corner-house, Queen-street.
  • Wilson Rev. Mr, curate of St Nicholas' church Page  46 and surrogate for granting marriage licences, Green Court.
  • Wilson Ann, inn-keeper, crown and thistle, Groat-market, m.
  • Wilson Mich. slater, Bailiff-gate, m.
  • Wilson Mich. shoe-maker, Middle-street, h.
  • Wilson Rowland, merchant, Side, f.
  • Wilson John, tobacconist, north side Sandhill.
  • Wilson J. publican, plough, Spicer-lane, m.
  • Wilson Wm. grocer and tea dealer, Pilgrst. m.
  • Wilson John, clock and watch-maker, cuttler, &c. Flesh-market, f.
  • Wilson Jacob, publican, Ballist-hills.
  • Wilson Wm. plumber, &c. Pilgrim-street, f.
  • Wilson Cath. brush-maker, painter-heugh, f.
  • Wilson John, hatter, Fleshmarket, m.
  • Wilson Robert, taylor, south side, St Nicholas' church-yard.
  • Willis —, wheel-wright, Sandgate, f.
  • Williamson W. grocer & tea-dearer, Bigg-m. f.
  • Williamson Mrs, publican, bay-horse, near Barras-bridge, m.
  • Wilkie Wm. taylor, High-bridge, m.
  • Wingate John, sadler, &c. Middle-street, h.
  • Windram Wm, taylor, without West Gate.
  • Windram Ralph, hatter, Side, h.
  • Winter Simon, lace-weaver, and worsted-deale Groatmarket, h.
  • Winship Edw. publican, black bull, Dog-b. h
  • Winship Tho. wire-worker, Denton-chair, m.
  • Winship Jane, appraiser and auctioneer, ditto
  • Wood Tho. publican, engine, near St Ann's.
  • Wood A. publican, ship, south end Broad-ch.
  • Page  47Wood John, publican, new bridge, east end of Quayside.
  • Wood Lancelot, butcher, High-friar-chair, m.
  • Woodman John, publican, rose and crown, Biggmarket, h.
  • Woodville Isaac, Irish-factor, &c. Fleshmark. m.
  • Worthington John, cheese-monger, Side, f.
  • Wren and Airey, attornies at law, Pilgrim-str. f.
  • Wright John, attorney at law, Saville-row.
  • Wright Jane, coffee-house, east corner Sandhill.
  • Wright John, publican, white bear; Sandgate. f.
  • Wright Percival, butcher, Butcher-bank, m.
  • Wright John, butcher, ditto.
  • Wright John, butcher, Silver-street, h.
  • Yielder Wm. tanner, Low-friar-chair.
  • Yooll Graham, Anderson's pill-maker, and suc∣cessor to her father, the late James Yooll, west end Quayside.
  • Yooll Andrew, gardener, Postern Gate.
  • Young Rob. cooper, &c. Side, f.
  • Young Rob. attorney at law, opposite Nun Gate.
  • Young James, weaver, Fenkel-street, f.
  • Young Ralph, taylor, Queen-street, f.
  • Young Richard, publican, carpenters' arms, Silver-street, h.
  • Younger Henry, peruke-maker, near Stock-br.
Page  [unnumbered]

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE PEOPLE IN TRADE, &c. IN GATESHEAD, COUNTY OF DURHAM.

  • ALLEN Andrew, distiller of waters, above Tolbooth.
  • Allanson S. publican, below Tolbooth.
  • Andrews Nich. tallow-chandler and hopp-mer∣chant, Pipewelgate, m.
  • Anderson Tho. shoe-maker, Battle-bank, h.
  • Anderson Geo. weaver, above Tolbooth.
  • Anderson Steph. publican, and apparator to th spiritual court of Durham, near Tolbooth.
  • Ansell Mary, pipe-manufactury, Low-church chair.
  • Atkinson John, attorney at law, Battle-bank, h
  • Atkinson John, grocer, tea-dealer, &c. Battle bank, h.
  • Atkinson John, lace-dealer, ditto.
  • Atkinson Jos. clock and watch-maker, Battle-b. h
  • Atkinson and Proctor, grocers and tea-dealers Battle-bank, m.
  • Armstrong —, school-master, below Old Chape
  • Bainbridge Ralph, grocer, tea-dealer, &c. Battle-bank, f.
  • Barras Mrs. sadler and iron-monger, Battle-b.
  • Bates J. publican, blue bell, Pipewelgate, m.
  • Page  49Beck Tho. taylor, below Tolbooth.
  • Bell Tho. publican, queen's head, Pipewelg. h.
  • Birch John, publican, half moon, Battle-bank, h.
  • Black David, publican, blue bell, Hilgate, m.
  • Bowman J. parish-clerk, Oakwelgate.
  • Bowlt John, boat-builder, east end Hilgate.
  • Brown Christ. peruke-maker, Battle-bank, h.
  • Bullman Geo. grocer and tea-dealer, Battle-b. f.
  • Bullman A. publican, blue anchor, Battle-ba. h.
  • Chambers Geo. clock and watch-maker, Pipe∣welgate, h.
  • Chambers Mrs. dyer, Battle-bank, f.
  • Charlton Grace, corn and spirit-dealer, Hilg. m.
  • Charlton Geo. merchant, Battle-bank, m.
  • Charlton John, mason, Oakwelgate.
  • Clark John and Co. stove-grate-makers, Battle-bank, h.
  • Clark Wm. grocer and tea-dealer, Battle-ba. h.
  • Clark Lancelot, cabinet-maker, ditto.
  • Clogan James, medical professor, Pipewelgate, h.
  • Cowing W. publican, fountain, Pipewelgate, h.
  • Crossier Jos. publican, Duke of Cumberland, Battle-bank, h.
  • Cuthbertson's H. and. W. brewery, near Fellon∣hole, South Shore.
  • Davie Joseph, publican, cross keys, Pipewelg. m.
  • Daglish Wm. cabinet-maker, below Tolbooth.
  • Dimpsey C. publican and joiner, Pipewelgate, h.
  • Dipper Tho. shoe-maker, ditto.
  • Dobson John, tallow-chandler, Battle-bank, h.
  • Dodshan Wm. builder, Hilgate, m.
  • Page  50Donkin N. mast, block and pump-maker, Hilg. h.
  • Donkin Lewin. joiner and carpenter, ditto.
  • Dunn James, publican, half moon, Battle-b. f.
  • Duncan Mrs. publican, blue bell, ditto.
  • Dungett Rich. inn-keeper, George, ditto.
  • Fairbairn Adam, shoe-maker, above Royal-oak.
  • Fairliss James, baker and flour-dealer, Pipewel∣gate, m.
  • Ferier, Rev. Mr, curate, near church gate.
  • Finley Wm. publican, ship, South Shore.
  • Foggin R. publican, red lion, High-church-chair.
  • Gibson Messrs. and Bedlingtons, brewery, Pipe¦welgate, f.
  • Gallon Wm. publican, three horse shoes, abov Tolbooth.
  • Gibb Geo. publican, vine, Battle-bank, h.
  • Green John, merchant, ditto.
  • Grey Wm. school-master, ditto.
  • Grundy Wm. carpenter, above Tolbooth.
  • Guthrie Tho. publican, nag's head, below ditt
  • Hall John, publican, royal oak, Battle-bank, h
  • Hall Tho. publican, fountain, Pipewelgate, m
  • Haggerston Tho. shoe-maker, Battle-bank, f.
  • Hamilton —, peruke-maker, ditto.
  • Hardy W. publican, artichoke, Gateshead, h.
  • Harvey's raff-yard, east end of Rope-walk.
  • Harrison Ralph, brass and iron-foundery, Pipe¦welgate, m.
  • Page  51aggerston John, beadle, Battle-bank, f.
  • eadlam Tho. Emmerson, ship-builder, South Shore.
  • eadlam C. publican, ditto.
  • enderson John, cooper, Battle-bank. h.
  • eppel Geo. brewery, Hilgate, m.
  • ill John, glazier and painter, Battle-bank, m.
  • olliday R. taylor, Pipewelgate, m.
  • untley James, chymist and druggist, Battle-b. f.
  • untley John, attorney at, law, near Tolbooth.
  • utchinson Rob. merchant, Battle-bank, h.
  • uthwaite Sam. chymist and druggist, ditto, m.
  • erton Cha. attorney at law, ditto, f.
  • pling Isaac, marble and free-stone-cutter, ditto, h.
  • rdan John, publican, ditto.
  • yce and Duffield, nursery and seeds-men, above Old Chapel.
  • bourn Rob. publican, ship, Pipewelgate.
  • shley T. publican, sun, Hilgate, m.
  • ycock Jos. white-smith and hinge-maker, near Tolbooth.
  • gat John, scale-beam-maker, and repairer of ditto, Battle-bank, m.
  • abane Mrs, shoe-maker, south end Tyne Bridge.
  • arley John and Co. brewery, below Tolbooth.
  • arshall Tho. pipe-manufactory, Hilgate, h.
  • arshall Geo. cheese and flour-dealer, Battle-bank, h.
  • Page  52Martin David, publican, ship-launch, Battle¦bank, f.
  • M'Leod John and Co. brewery, below Tolbooth
  • Midford Edward, peruke-maker, Battle-bank, h
  • Midford Tho. ditto, ditto.
  • Miller G. clock and watch-maker, Battle-b h.
  • Murray Alex. publican, Shakespeare's head below Tolbooth.
  • Newton Wm. grocer, tea-dealer, and salt-office Battle-bank, h.
  • Nicholson Ann, publican, fox, Pipewelgate, m.
  • Nissbett David, glazier and painter, above Duk of Cumberland.
  • Parkinson R. publican, smiths' arms, Pipewe gate, m.
  • Patten Tho. woollen-draper, south end Tyne B
  • Post-office, Battle-bank, h.
  • Potts John, publican, three tuns, above Tolbooth
  • Rawling Ralph Richardson, watch-chrystal ma¦nufactory, Low-church-chair, h.
  • Rawling Geo. publican, ship, South Shore.
  • Redpath Wm. shoe-maker, Battle-bank, f.
  • Ridley Sam. iron-monger, ditto.
  • Robson Wm. shoe-maker, above Tolbooth.
  • Robson John, plaisterer, Oakwelgate, f.
  • Robson Jos. flour-dealer, Battle-bank, b.
  • Roddam John, linen-draper, &c. Battle-bank, 〈◊〉
  • Rutherford John, stay-maker, ditto.
  • Page  53Scott Adam, hair-merchant, near Tolbooth.
  • Scotland A. school-master, near old chapel.
  • Simpson John, taylor, Low church-chair.
  • Sharp Char. peruke-maker, Pipewelgate, f.
  • Sharp John, shoe-maker, Battle-bank, h.
  • Smith Henry, cheese-monger, &c. south end Tyne-bridge.
  • Smith J. publican, turk's head, Pipewell-gate.
  • Smith R. publican, queen's head, Battle-bank, h
  • Softley Ed. publican, rope-makers, south-shore.
  • Stark John, weaver, Oakwell-gate, m.
  • Storey M. joiner, &c. above Tolbooth.
  • Stuart Edward, attorney at law, below ditto.
  • Summers John, ship-builder, south-shore.
  • Taylor T. & W. iron-mongers, Pipewell-gate. h.
  • Thompson J. public. Glynn's head, Battle-b. h.
  • Thorp, Rev. Mr, rector, Oakwelgate, f.
  • Trotter Mrs. publican, goat, Battle-bank, h.
  • Turnbull —, flour & bacon-dealer, Battle-b. m.
  • Watson R. shoe-maker, Battle-bank, h.
  • Wake Thomas, publican, cock & anchor, High church-chair.
  • Weatherby Nich. woollen-draper, Battle-ba. f.
  • Wheldon Wm. breeches-maker, Battle-bank, h.
  • White John, school-master, Battle-bank, h.
  • Wilson Edw. shoe-maker, Battle-bank, h.
  • Wilson G. publican, qeen's head, Pipewelgate, h
  • Woodward Geo, brick-layer, Battle-band, h.
  • Woodward Rob. distiller of waters, above Tolb.