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Hon. and Rev. A. H.

Cathcart Kirkbramwith - St. Mary King, as D. of Lancaster Rev. Stewart Corbett Kirkburton • v St. John Baptist King, as D. of Lancaster Rev. Benj. Hutchinson Kirkby Malhamdale v

Duke of Devonshire Rev. Stephen Bland Kirkby Malzeard . V St. Andrew Trin. Coll. Cambridge Rev. William Lawson Kirkby Overblow .TAll Saints Earl of Egremont Hon. and Rev. Jacob

Marsham, D.D. Kirkby South • VAll Saints

Rev. James Allott Rev. George Allott Kirkby Wharfe - - v St. John Baptist Prebendary of Wetwang Rev. Thomas Gilpin Kirkheaton • St. John Baptist T. R. Beaumont, Esq. Rev. John Smithson Knaresbrough • v St. John Baptist Lord Rosslyn

Rev. Andrew Cheap
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Chancellor of York Rev. John Crabtree
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Rev. A, Hawksworth Ledsham

- V All Saints G. H. Wheeler, Esq. Rev. Francis Tattersall Leeds V St. Peter 25 Patrons

Rev. Richard Fawcett Linton rSt. Michael The King

Rev. Edward Coulthurst Long Preston • v St. Mary

Ch. Ch. Coll. Oxford Rev. Henry Thompson Maltby

- v St. Bartholomew Earl of Scarborough Rev. George Rolleston Marr pc St. Helen Earl of Kinnoul

Rev. Patrick Keith Marton-with-Grafton v

St.John'sColl.Cambridge Rev. John Foster Martons both in Craven r St. Peter

Mrs. Heber, gentlewoman Rev. Robert Crockett Melton on the Hill ch

St. James Richard F. Wilson, Esq. Rev. Henry Ramsden Methley . rSt. Oswald King, as D. of Lancaster Hon. and Rev. A. H.

Cathcart Mexbrough

Archdeacon of York Rev. L. J. Hobson Mirfield

v St. Mary [Sts. Sir Geo. Armytage, Bart. Rev. Thomas Sedgwick Mitton

St. Michael or All Rev. John Wilson Rev. John Wilson Newton Kyme

rSt. Andrew T. L. Fairfax, Esq. Rev. John Chaloner Nidd

King, as D. of Lancaster Rev. H. W. Powel Normanton

V All Saints Trinity Coll. Cambridge Rev. Robert Evans Nun Monkton

S. J. Tuffnell, Esq. Rev. George Wright Otley

V All Saints

Lord Chancellor Rev. Henry Robinson Ouseburne Great v St. Mary

The King

Rev. Samuel Clapham Ouseburne Little v Holy Trinity Precentor of York Rev. Anthony Watson Owston

. V All Saints Philip David Cooke, Esq. Rev. J. Campbell Pannall

v St. Robert of Rev. R. B. Hunter Rev. R. B. Hunter

Knaresbro' Pateley Bridge • St. Mary Dean & Chap. of Ripon Rev. James Newsham Penistone

2. St. John Baptist William Bosville, Esq. Rev. Martin Naylor Pontefract • v St. Giles The King

Rev. T. H. Marshall Rawmarsh - St. Mary The King

Rev. E. J. Townshend Ripley

.TAll Saints Sir Wm. Ingilby, Bart. Rev. George Holliwell Ripon dn St. Peter and St. The King

Very Rev. Robert Darley Wilfred

Waddilove, D.D. Rossington . rSt. Michael Corporation of Doncaster Rev. James Stovin, D.D, Rotherham . V All Saints

Lord Howard Effingham Rev. Thomas Bailiffe Rothwell

v Holy Trinity C. J. Brandling, Esq. Rev. Ralph Brandling Royston

• v St. John Baptist Arehbishop of York Rev. John Fletcher Ryther

All Saints
The King

Rev. John Forster
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The King

Rev. T. Westmoreland
Sandal Kirk
.T|St. Oswald
The King

Rev. John Forster Saxton pc All Saints

Richard O. Gascoigne Rev. William Crowe Sedbergh

r St. Andrew Trinity Coll. Cambridge Rev. D. M. Peacock Selby pc St. Mary and St. Hon. E. Petre

Rev.Jonathan Muncaster Germains Sheffield . 2 St. Peter

P. Gell, Esq. for this turn Rev. Thomas Sutton Sherburn

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VAll Saints Archbishop of York Rev. Robert Affleck Skipton r v Holy Trinity Ch. Ch. Coll. Oxford Rev. J. Pering Slaidburn

St. Andrew J. Wigglesworth, Esq Rev. H. Wigglesworth Smeaton Kirk .

rSt. Mary Earl Fitzwilliam Rev. C. Cator Snaith

cSt. Lawrence C. Yarburgh, Esq. Rev. E. Bracken, L.L.D. Spofforth TAll Saints Earl of Egremont Hon, and Rev. William

Herbert, L.LD. Sprotbrough

St Mary

Sir J. Copley, Bart. Rev. George Crooke Stainley South pc

Horner Reynard, Esq. & Rev. Wm. Reynard

late Mrs. Gibson's heirs Stanton

• v St. Winfred Earl of Scarborough Rev. John Roulstone Staveley TAll Saints Rev. G. Astley

Rev. Richard Hartley Swillington

St. Mary John Lowther, Esq. Rev. Thos. Woodcock Tadcaster . . v St. Mary

Earl of Egremont Rev. Wm. Rhodes Tankersley T|St. Peter Earl Fitzwilliam

Rev. J. Lowe Thorne

PC St. Nicholas Earl of Portmore Rev. Eric Rudd
Thorner

v St. Peter
The King

Rev. Thomas Carr Thornhill

rSt. Michael Hon. & Rev. J.L. Saville Rev. Matthew Dixon Thornscoe

St. Helen

Earl Fitzwilliam Rev. J. Simpson Thornton, near Skip- St. Oswald or All

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Sir J. L. Kaye, Bart. Rev. Robert Gee Thornton in Lonsdale

v St. Oswald Dn. & Chap.of Worcester Rev. Thomas Pooley Thorpe Salvin c St. Peter Duke of Leeds

Rev. Wm. H. Downes Thribergh

St. Leonard Jolin Fullerton, Esq. Rev.H.S. Milner, L.L.D. Tickbill

v St. Mary

G. S. Foljambe, Esq. Rev. Edw. Brocksbank Todwick

St. Peter and St.
Paul

Duke of Leeds Rev. John Ingham
Treeton

7 St. Helen

Duke of Norfolk Rev. George Chandler Wadworth

v St. Mary

Imp. of Wadsworth Rev. C. A. Verelst Wakefield v All Saints The King

Rev. Samuel Sharp Wales

c St. John

Chancellor of York Rev. Wm. Downes Warmfield v St. Peter

Masters of Clare Hall, Rev. James Drake

Cambridge, trustees of

B. Oley Warmsworth . • T|St. Peter

W. Wrightson, Esq. Rev. Alexander Cooke Wath-upon-Dearnevall Saints Ch. Ch Coll. Oxford Rev. Thomas Treebe Weston All Saints The King

Rev. John Carter Whiston St. James Lord Howard of Elling. Rev. Richard Lacey

ham Whitgift

c St. Mary Magdalen Mr. Yarburgh Rev. Henry Simpson Whitkirk

v St. Mary Trinity Coll. Cambridge Rev. Chas. Musgrave Whixley

Trustees of Tancred Rev. J. W. Talbot

charities Wickersley

St. Alban Henry Kater, Esq. Rev. John Foster Wistow

V All Saints Prebendary of Wistow Rev. Richard Lacey Womersley

St. Martin
Lord Hawke

Rev. Thomas Cater Wragby

clSt Michael Charles Winn, Esq. Rev. Charles Winn

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(In cases of doubt, the authorities consulted in constructing the above list of Church

Livings, have been Bacon's Liber Regis, Carlisle's Topographical Dictionary, and the Ecclesiastical Directory.]

OFFICERS OF THE E. AND N. RIDINGS.

609

East Riding. LORDS AND CHIEF BAILIFFS OF LIBERTIES. The Hon. and Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Durbam, for Howdensbire. Sir Thos. Constable, Bart. Burton Constable, for the Seigniory of Holderness.

OFFICERS OF THE RIDING.
The Right Hon. Lord Mulgrave, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum.
Richard William Johnson, Esq. Darlington, Clerk of the Peace.
John Lockwood gentleman, Beverley, Deputy Clerk of the Peace.
Samuel Hall, gentleman, Beverley, Deputy Sheriff.
Jobn Lockwood, gentleman, Beverley, Clerk of Indictments,
Mr. William Burrell, Beverley, Crier of the Court.
Henry John Shepherd, gentleman, Beverley, Treasurer.
John Lockwood, gent. Beverley, Clerk of General Meetings of Lieutenancy.
Mr. Samuel Shepherd, Governor of the House of Correction, Beverley.
John Creyke, gentleman, Howsham, Surveyor of Bridges.

CORONERS.
Richard Bell, Pocklington,
Samuel Cowling, York,

For the East Riding.
Thomas Shepley, Selby,
William and James Iveson, Hedon, for Holderness.
Robert Spoffortb, jun. Howden, fór Howdenshire.

CHIEF CONSTABLES.

PLACES OF ABODE.

WAPENTAKES.

.............

Robert Robinson... Lockington..

Bainton Beacon. William Hudson..... Howsbam..

Buckrose. Edward Ashley

Molescroft

Dickering. Samuel Ball

Hornsea..

North Holderness. Jobn Nornabell..........

Sutton

Middle Holderness. William Raines

Winestead..

South Holderness Barnard Clarkson

Holme on Spalding Moor Holme Beacon. James Campbell.. Knedlington

Howdenshire. Robert Smelt

Beverley

Hunsley Beacon. William Johnson

Fulford...

Ouse and Derwent. George Bagley.... Pocklington

Wilton Beacon. THE GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS Are held at Beverley, on Tuesdays in the first whole week after Epipbany, Easter; St. Thomas the Martyr; and on the first Tuesday after the eleventh of October.

North Riding. LORDS AND CHIEF BAILIFFS OF LIBERTIES. His Grace the Duke of Leeds, Hornby Castle; for Richmondsbire. The Hon. and Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Durham; for A Hertonshire. The Rev. George Marwood, Busby Hall, Stokesley; for Langbargh. Richard Hill, Esq. Thornton; for Pickering Lythe. George Cholmley, Esq. Howsham ; for Whitby Strand.

OFFICERS OF THE RIDING. George William Frederick, Duke of Leeds, Lord Lieutenant and Custos

Rotulorum. Turner Straubenzee, Esq. Spennithorne; Vice Lieutenant. Lupton Topbam, Esq. Middlebam; Clerk of the Peace. William Wailes, gentleman, Northallerton; Deputy Clerk of the Peace. Thomas Paul, gentleman, Malton; Deputy Sheriff. Mr. Thomas Wait, Nortballerton; Clerk of Indictments. Mr. John Leafe, Malton; Crier of the Court. Valentine Kitchingman, Esq. Carlton Husthwaite, Treasurer. Henry Hirst, gent. Northallerton, Clerk

of General Meetings of Lieatepançy. Mr. Thomas Shepherd, Governor of the House of Correction, Northallerton. Mr. Thomas Shepherd, jun. Under Gaoler.

George Atkinson, gent. Hagg Cottage, Richmond, Surveyor of Bridges. Mr. Matthew Peacock, Rainton, Boroughbridge, Deputy.

CORONERS. Henry Belcher, Whitby

William Diosdale, Aiskew George Brigbam, Rudby

Thos. Harrison, Kirkby-Moor-Side Samuel Cowling, York

WAPENTAKES.

CHIEF CONSTABLES.

PLACES OF ABODE.

James Langdale
Northallerton...

Allertonshire,
Christopher Hudson Crosby.
Thomas Scott

Oulston.............. Birdforth.
James Barker........... Sowerby
John Plowman.......... Haxby...

Bulmer.
William Ware

Skirpenbeck
George Readman.. Langton
Thomas Meck....... Crabtree House .......

Gilling East.
Thomas Lax

Ravensworth

Gilling
Samuel Spedding.

Gilling West.
George Dryden
Aiskew...............

Hang East.
John Plews

Colburn.. Thomas Place...... Spennithorne

Hang West. Ralph Lodge....

New Houses.. Tristram Walker... Melmerby

Halikeld. William Fall....

Wath............
George Brigbam.. Rudby.....
Guisborougb

Langbargh.
Josepb Hickson..
Peter Marshall..

Wykebam

Pickering Thomas Bointon

Pickering Lythe, George Carter..

Oswaldkirk... Johu Reed..... Stonegrave

Rydale. Thomas G. Dale ..... Whitby.

Whitby Strand. THE GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS Are held at Northallerton, on Tuesdays in the first whole week after Epiphany ; Easter ; St. Thomas the Martyr; and on the first Tuesday after the eleventh of October.

Chairmen.—The Right Hon. Lawrence Lord Dundas, at the Midsummer and Michaelmas Sessions; and the Rev. John Headlam, A. M. at the Epiphany and Easter Sessions.

REGISTER OFFICES FOR DEEDS
OF THE EAST, NORTH, AND WEST RIDINGS.

Name of Deputy Town where Hours of Riding. Name of Register.

Register.

Office at. Attendance North M. Butterwick.. John S. Walton... Nortkallerton Between 9 & East.. H. W. Maister.. Anthony Atkinson. Beverley...... 12 forenoon, & West.. F. Hawksworth James Stephenson Wakefield.. 2 & 5 aft.

Liberty of St. Peter's.

OFFICERS.
Henry John Dickens, Esq. Steward.
Christopher Newstead, gent. Clerk of the Peace and Under Steward,
Mr. John Brook, Chief Bailiff.
Thomas Harrison, Constable and Prison Keeper.

For List of Magistrates and Officers of the City of York, See Page 66. Vol. II..

MAYORS OF THE WEST RIDING FOĶ 1822-3. Benjamin Sadler, Esq. Leeds Robert Smith, Esq. Pontefract L. W. Childers, Esq. Doncaster Andrew Allan Hardy,, Coroner for William Pearson, Esq. Ripon

Strafforth & Tickhill, Sheffield

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Popl.

907

Bedwin, 70,

Abbotts-Bromley,129,T.1533 *Bedford, 51, T. & S.
Abbottsbury, 127, Th.
Aberford, 182, W.
Abergavenny, 146, T. 3388
Aberystwith, 208, M. 4059
*Abingdon, 56, M. & F. 5137
Alcester, 103, T. 2229
Aldborough, 94, W.& S. 1212
*Aldborough, 201, S.
Aldbourn, 71, T.
Aldstone, 272, S.
7 Alford, 137, T.

735

1385 Berkhampstead, 26, S.
4411 Berkeley, 114, W.

3725
2544
4053
2778

1506 *Berwick on Twd.334, S. 8723
4689 Beverley, 180, W. & S. 6728
5927 *Bewdley, 129, S.
1219 Bicester, 55, F.
2499 Bideford, 204, T.
2302 Biggleswade, 45, W.
838 Billericay, 23, T.
2612 Billesdon, 93, F.
810 Bilston, 128,
1527 Bingham, 124, Th.
4219 Bingley, 198, T.
824 Birmingham, 110, M. T.
2511 & S.

1861

751
12,003
1574
6176
106,772

2188 Bishop-Auckland,284,T.2150
3403 *Bishop's Castle, 159, F. 1126
Bishop Stortford,50, Th. 3358
2773 Bishop's Waltham, 65, F. 1126
Blackburn, 209, W.&S. 21,940
Blanford, 103, S. 2643
Bletchingley, 20, 1187
Blyth, 151, W.
3456
Bodmin, 234, S.
Bolingbroke, 129, T.
Bolsover, 145, F.
Bolton, 197, M.
Bootle, 277, S.
Boroughbridge, 202,

2902
753
1245
31,295
656
S. 860

Boston, 113, W. & S. 10,373
Botesdale, 86, Th.
Bourne, 94, S.

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POPULATION

Of all the Market Towns and Boroughs in England, with the Population of the Principal Towns of Scotland and Wales. From the Census, Printed by Order of the House of Commons, on the 2d of July, 1822.

The first Figures to the Right of each Town indicate the Distance of that Place from London; the initial Letters the Day on which the Market is held; and the last Figures in the Line shew the Total Amount of the Population of that Place.

The Towns marked thus (*) send Members to Parliament.

Popl.
5466 Bridport, 135, S.
1928 Brighton, 54, Daily
1928
*Bristol, 119, W. & S.
Bromley, 10, Th.
1208 Bromsgrove, 116, T.
Bromyard, 125, 1.
7235 Broseley, 116, W.
953 Brough, 263, Th.
952 Bruton, 110, S.
2310
836

Beeralston,
Belford, 319, Th.
Bellingham, 297, T. & S. 1154
Belper, 134, S.
Bere Regis, 112, W.
Betley, 157, T.

Alfreton, 140, M. & F.
Alnwick, 306, S.
Alresford, 57, Th..
Alton, 47, S.
Altringham, 180, T.
Ambleside, 276, W.
Amersham, 26, T.
Amesbury, 78, F.
Amthill, 45, Th.
*Andover, 63, S.
*Appleby, 270, S.
*Arundel, 57, W. & S.
Ashbourne, 140, S.
*Ashburton, 192, T.
Ashby de la Zouch,115,S.3937
Ashford, 54, T.

765
3434
1959
988
1703
4400

1853

1782

Ashton U. Lyne, 186, S. 9222
Askrigg, 241, Th.
Atherstone, 108, T.
Attleborough, 94, Th.
Axbridge, 130, S.
Axminster, 147, S.
#Aylesbury, 40, S.
Aylesham, 120, T.
Bakewell, 153, M.
Baldock, 37, Th. 1550
Bampton, 161, S. 1633
Bampton, 70, W. 1460
*Banbury, 73, Th. 3396
Barking, 7, S.
2580
*Barkway, 34,
993
Barnard Castle, 246, W. 3581
Barnett, 11, M.
Barnsley, 177, W.
*Barnstaple, 196, F.
Barton, 164, M.
Basingstoke, 45, W.
*Bath, 106, W. &. S.
Battle, 56, Th.
Bawtry, 119, Th.
Beaconsfield, 23, Th.
Beaminster, 137, Th.
Beccles, 109, S.
Bedale, 224, T.

1755
8284

Brandon, 78, F.

5079 Braintree, 40, W.
2496 Bramber, 52.
3165 Brampton, 312, T.
36,811
2852
1027
1736
2806
3493
1137

Brentford, New, 7, S.
Brentwood, 18, Th.
Brewood, 130, T.
Bridgenorth, 140, S.
Bridgewater, 137, T.&S.6155
Bridlington, 205, S.

2263
4345

4272

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584 2029 Bovey Tracey, 188, Th. 1685 Brackley, 64, W. 1851 Bradford, Wilts, 102, M. 3760 Bradford, York192, Th.13,064 Bradninch, 174, Th.

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2983
98
2448
1770
2036

1423

Popl. 3742

24,429

87,771

3147

7519

1227

4814

940

1858

1495

Buckenham, New, 96, S. 720
Buckingham, 56, S.
Bungay, 109, Th.
Burford, 73, S.
Burgh, 131, Th.

3290

1409

903

Burnham, 121, M. & S.
Burnley, 207, M.

937 6378

Burslem, 151, M. & S. 9699
Burton in Kendal, 251, T. 673
Burton Stather, 165, T. 762
Burton on Trent, 124, Th. 910
Bury, Lanc. 195, Th. 10,583
BurySt. Edmunds,71, W.9999
Caerleon, 151, Th.
Caistor, 153, Sat.
Callington, 214, W.
*Calne, 87, T.
**Cambridge,51, W.&S.14112
Camelford, 228, F.
Campden, 90, W.
*Canterbury,55,W.&S. 12751
Carlisle, 303, S.
Cartmell, 254, M.
Castle-cary, 113, T.
Castle Rising, 102,
Cawood, 181, W.
Cawston, 112, W.
Caxton, 49, T.

1256
1219

15,476

Cerne Abbas, 121, W.
Chapel-en-le-Frith, 167,

1062

1253

1321

4549

371 1627

343

Chippenham, 93, S.
Chorley, 209, T. & S.
*Christchurch, 100, M.
Chudleigh, 182, S.

1127

929

406

1060

3231

1330

2877

14,754
3862

Th.
Chard, 140, M.
Charlbury, 69, F.
Chatham, 30, S.
Cheadle, 146, F.
Chelmsford, 29, F.
Cheltenham, 95, Th.
Chepstow, 131, S.
Chertsey, 20, W.
Chesham, 29, W.

4994

13,596 3008

4279

5032

Chester, 181, W. & S. 19,919

Chesterfield, 151, S.

5077

Chichester, 62, W. & S. 7562

3201 7315

9644 2053

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