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PORTSMOUTH 1865 Harrods Directory - Traders A - C

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Abrahams Alexander, manufacturing jeweller, 37 High street
Adams Mrs. Emily Jane, coffee house, 12 St. Marys street
Adamson Mrs. Harriet, general dealer, 19 St. Marys street
Aldridge Samuel, shopkeeper, 139 High street
Alford. Stephen, Custom House officer, 42 East street
Alldridge John Lumley, dentist, 145 High street
Allen Charles, Royal Mail tavern, 28 St. Thomas street
Allen John Edward, butcher, 29 Warblington street
Anchor Charles, wine and dry cooper, 30 Oyster street, and White Hart row
Andrews Mrs. Sarah, Royal Swan, Green row
ANTILL NATHANIEL, importer of wines and spirits, Scotch and Irish whiskey, agent for London stout and porter, Allsopps pale and other ales, and Guinness and Watkins stout, Oyster street, and near the Dock gates, Portsea, and Palmerston road, Southsea
Arter George, grocer, 33 St. Marys street
Ash Frederick, potato merchant, 78 St. Thomas street
Ash Henry, potato dealer, 50 St. Thomas street
Astridge John, governor of Portsmouth gaol
Atkey Charles John, brewer, Bee Hive brewery, Warblington street ; p.r., 12 High street
Atkins John Elias, manager of the Hampshire Banking Company Branch Bank, 2 Green row
Atkins Thomas, canteen keeper, Gun Wharf barracks
Atlee Richard, greengrocer, 64 Broad street
Avis John, beer retailer, 28 East street
Aylwin Thomas, saddler & harness maker, 40 High street
BAILEY GEORGE, Orange Tree tavern, East street, Point
Bailey Joseph, boot and shoe manufacturer, 74 High street, and at 77 Union street, Ryde, Isle of Wight
Bailey Richard, Marine View hotel, Grand parade
Baker and Company, wholesale and retail grocers and shipping merchants, Broad street
Baker George, corn merchant and wharfinger Broad street
Baker Bliss Sarah, milliner and dressmaker, St. Thomas street
Bank of England (branch of), 26 High street ; business hours, 10 till 4. Henry John Dorrien, Esq., agent ; John Heaney, Esq., sub-agent
Barnett Joseph, importer of foreign cigars, snuffs, and tobacco, and proprietor of American bowling alleys and billiard rooms 95, High street
Barron Mark Charles, master mariner, Semaphore place
Bartlett John, boot and shoemaker, 50 Broad street
Batchelor Richard, ale & porter merchant and railway carrier, agent for Courage and Co., brewers . Lombard street
Batchelor Thomas, bookseller, bookbinder, and stationer, 50 High street
Bath Henry, beer retailer, 22 Prospect row
Baxter Miss Eliza, school, 16 Lombard street
Baxter Thomas H., smith and farrier, St. Thomas street
Bayntun Mrs. Sarah, shopkeeper, East street
Beach William, pork butcher, 35 St. Marys street
Beale Miss Ann, The Roebuck, 52 Broad street
Beale Joseph, potato merchant, East street
Beale Mies Martha, shopkeeper, 27 East street
Beale Richard W., clerk at Lloyds agents office, 6 Lombard street
BEALE THOMAS, Custom House agent and shipbroker, Bath square ; p.r., 85 St. Thomas street
Beesley Mrs. Fanny, dress and bonnet maker, 39 St. Marys street
Bench George Robert, Union tavern, Broad street
Bench Miss, Coal Exchange, Bath square
Bernthal Alfred Herman, tailor and draper, 96 High street
Bevis George, builder, 27 St. Thomas street
Bicknell Charles, gasfitter, bell hanger, &c., Green row, and Penny street
Bigwood Thomas Cook, wine merchant, Penny street
Binsteed and Elliott, solicitors, 16 High street
Binsteed Charles Henry, notary & solicitor, secretary to the Victoria Pier Company, honorary secretary to the Decanal Board of Education, commissioner in Chancery and Admiralty courts, secretary to Hays Patent Waterproof Glue Company (Limited), agent to the Liverpool and London Fire, and the North British and Mercantile Life Assurance offices
Birch George, The Star, 150 High street
BISHOP GEORGE PRINCE, wine and spirit merchant, agent for Barclay, Perkins, and Co., London, and for Bass and Co.s Burton ales, 3, Lombard street ; p.r., 80, St. Thomas street
Blanchard George James, general dealer, Town Quay, & at Radnor street, Southsea
Bloxam Henry, surgeon, 1 Grand parade
Body Edwin, butcher, 47 High street
Bolt John Henry, cabinet maker, &c., and parish clerk, 54 St. Thomas street
Bond J. marine store dealer, 63 Broad street
Bond William, Dolphin hotel, and wine & spirit merchant, proprietor of American bowling alleys and billiard rooms, 42, High street
Booth Mrs. Ann, eating house, 14 Broad street
Bore Frederick, shopkeeper, 138 High street
Bore Thomas, Forfarshire tavern, Oyster street
Boyton James, Vine tavern, 24 Lombard street
Bracher Mrs. Rebecca, The Guernsey, 20 Warblington street
Braddock James, pianoforte and harp tuner, 14 Lombard street
Bradley Richard Wm., actuary of Savings Bank, St. Thomas street
Bradley John, Sussex tavern. St. Mary street
Brooks Robert, grocer, 20 Oyster street
Brooks William, coffee house keeper, 48 St. Marys street
Brown Frederick Wellstead, professor of dancing, 82 St. Thomas street
Brown William, proprietor of the South of England Music Hall & Blue Bell tavern, and wine and spirit merchant, St. Marys street
Browne George Edward, tobacconist, 122 High street
Buckett John, shoemaker, 44 Warblington street
Buckle George, Cross Keys tavern, Warblington street
BUCKLER RICHARD, salt merchant, Warblington street
Buckler Mrs. Sarah Ann, grocer and provision factor, 14, 15, and 16 Warblington street
Burden Priscilla, shopkeeper, 41 East street
Barges John Edward, town crier, 50 Penny street
Burne John Edward, miller and corn merchant, Kings mill
Burrows Robt., tobacconist, &c., 97 High street
Bushnell Walter, Ship Worcester, 42 Broad street
Calcott George Newbury, ship chandler & shipsmith, 11 Broad street
Calcott James, artist, 38 St. Thomas street
Casher William. and Co., wine and spirit merchants, 24 High street
Cavander Samuel and Co., tobacco, snuff, and cigar manufacturers, 70 High street and at Queen street, Portsea, & Whitechapel, London
Chamberlains office, Quay; Mr. E. Whiting, chamberlain ; Mr. Chas. Henry Hardy, harbour master
Chambers William Grant and Co., wholesale and retail grocer, tea dealers, and Italian warehousemen, 83, High street, and at 4, The Hard, Portse:J.
Chaplin and Homes parcel Rice, 18 Broad street ; Joseph Pink, agent
Chapman Mrs. Jane, eating house, 72 St. Marys street
CHARPENTIER WILLIAM HENRY, engraver, general printer, and manufacturing stationer, 46, High street
Chestle James, outfitter, 56 Broad street,
Childs Joseph Linington, pharmaceutical chemist, 117 High street
CLARK & GLASSE, soda water and ginger beer manufacturers, 7 Oyster street
Clark Edmund. & Co., cork merchants and manufacturers, King street
Clark Edmund (firm of E. Clark and Co.), 130 High street
CLARK ROBERT, grocer and tea dealer, St. Marys street
Coasby Henry, beer retailer, 68 High street
Cole James William, Custom House agent, 70 St. Thomas street
Collins Henry, Custom House & shipping agent, agent for the Eagle Life Assurance Company, 25, Lombard street ; p.r., Victoria villa, Mile end, Landport
Cook George, fruiterer, 28 Broad street
Cook John, beer retailer, 16 East street
Coombs Stephen Miller, army tailor, 29 High street
Coote John, pilot, 4 Semaphore place
Cope James, The Highlander, 25 Oyster street
Copps Robert, general dealer, 40 St. Marys street
Cousin Nathalie, egg merchant, 23 Oyster street
Cox Henry, coal merchant, Town quay
Cox William, beer retailer, 53 St. Marys street
Crampton John Thomas, coal and potato merchant, Town quay ; p.r., Britain , Portsea
Crew Edward, fancy repository & archery warehouse, 28 High street
CROSS EDWARD, plumber, painter, and glazier, 2 Broad street, and Whitehart row
Crumpier James, Dukes Head tavern, King William place
Cullingworth Charles James, fur manufacturer and milliner, 104 High street
Custom House, Quay ; William James Redpath, Esq., collector; William Gordon Maclean, Esq., chief clerk

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