|Post & Money Order Office & Post Office Savings Bank & Government Annuity & Insurance Office & Telegraph Office
Mr. John Norris, Sub-Postmaster.
Letters delivered at 7 a.m. & 12 p.m. ; dispatched, morning, 10.25 a.m. ; night mail closes 9.45 p.m., with extra stamp, until 10 p.m.
Money orders granted & paid from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday excepted, when there is only a morning delivery.
|London Assurance, J. Lees, High St.
||Royal, Thomas Furber jun., High Offley
||Westminster Fire & Westminster General Life, Mrs. Ann Bird, Market Place
|Norwich Union, T. Sturgess
||Salop Fire, H. Chalmers, High St.
||Whittington Life, John Rowe, High St.
|Phoenix Fire, J. Bodenham, National Provincial Bank, High St.
||Shropshire & North Wales, R. Pooler, High St.
|Railway Passengers', J. Bodenham National Provincial Bank, High St. ; J. Hall, High St.
||Sun Fire & Life, Holland & Son, St. Mary's St.
Josiah W. Smith, esq., Q.C., D.C.L., judge;
William Liddle esq., registrar;
C.R. Liddle esq., deputy registrar;
Mr. Charles Bowtell, clerk;
Mr. George Hill Townshend, high bailiff;
John Humphries, assistant bailiff.
|Lock-Up, Stafford Rd.
Alexander C. Christie, keeper
|Newport Union Board Room & Offices & Registrars' Offices, High St.
Richard N. Heane, esq., clerk to the clerk to the guardians & superintendent registrar;
Benjamin Rees, relieving officer & registrar of births, marriages & deaths
|Fire Engine Station, Middle Row
||Highway Board; office, High St.
Rev. D. Mountfield, M.A., chairman;
Henry Fisher, esq., clerk;
Mr. George Hammonds, surveyor
Rev. D. Mountfield, M.A., chairman;
R.N. Heane, esq., clerk
|Gas Works, Marsh Lane,
Richard N. Heane, secretary;
John Stokes, manager & collector
|Mechanics Institution & Literary Society, High St.
Richard N. Heane, esq., chairman;
Mr. John Masefield, treasurer & honorary secretary;
Mr. William Fieldhouse, librarian
|Shropshire Volunteer Rifles,
T.F. Boughey, esq., captain;
E. Hodges, esq., lieutenant;
Roger O'Connor, drill instructor
|Town Hall, High St.
||Stamp Office, at the Post-Office, High St; Mr. John Norris, distributor
||Workhouse, Rev. David Mountfield, M.A., chaplain ;
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis James, master & matron.
|Marsh & Town Trustees,
The Rector of Newport, chairman;
Head master of Grammar School, vice-chariman;
R.N. Heane, esq., clerk
|Inspector of Corn Returns, George Hodgson
||Registrar of births, deaths & marriages, & Relieving officer,
Benjamin Rees, High St.
|Clerk to commissioners of taxes & to the Newport Marsh & town trustees,
Richard Nock Heane, esq.
|Supervisor of inland revenue, George Hodgson
|Clerk to magistrates, William Liddle, esq.
||Town crier, Mr. William Adderley
Rev. David Mountfield, M.A., rector
|Primitive Methodist Chapel, Stafford Rd.
||Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Upper Bar
|Independent Chapel, Wellington Rd.,
Rev. Hugh Campbell, M.A.
|Roman Catholic Chapel, Salter's Hall,
Rev. Canon Lennon, priest
|Free Grammar, High St.
Rev. Charles Waring Saxton D.D., head master;
Henry Codd, second master
Richard Crowther, third master
|National (Girls), Vineyard Rd.
[note: in 1863 the address was stated to be Workhouse Lane]
Miss Emma Maddox, mistress
Miss Emma James, assistant
|Infant, Wellington Rd.
Miss Annie Collins, mistress
|Royal Free English, Wellington Rd.
John Lees, master
Newport & Market Drayton Advertiser
Horne & Bennion, publishers, printers &c.;
published every Saturday morning
John Cartwright, Station master
Omnibus, from the Victoria Hotel, meets every train
The Shropshire Union Canal Company to all places on the Shropshire, Birmingham & Liverpool, & connecting canals;
Benjamin Bradney, agent.
Pickford & Co. to all parts of the kingdom.
|Adams Joseph Harrison, esq., High St.
||Higgins Robt. George, esq., High St.
||Palmer Miss, near Station
|Baddeley Thomas B., esq., High St.
||Horne Mr. Charles, High St.
||Payne Mrs., Wellington Rd.
|Baddeley Mrs., High St.
||Hughes Mrs., High St.
||Ralph Thomas, High St.
|Bodenham Mrs., High St.
||Keeling Mr. Edwin Thomas, High St.
||Sarjeant Mr. John, Chetwynd End
|Bowtell Mr. Charles, Wellington Terrace
||Liddle Charles Rowland, esq., High St.
||Saxton Rev. Charles Waring, D.D., Grammar School
|Campbell Rev. Hugh, M.A., [Independent], Lower Bar
||Liddle William, esq., High St.
||Scott Miss, High St.
|Dickenson Mr. T., High St.
||Lindop William, esq., High St.
||Siderfin Miss, High St.
|Eldershaw Mr. Philip, Wellington Rd.
||Masefield John, esq., High St.
||Sillitoe William, esq., High St.
|Fisher Henry, esq., High St.
||Mountfield Rev. David, M.A., [Rector], Rectory
||Smallman Mrs., St. Mary's St.
|Godby Augustus hardy, M.D., High St.
||Murray Robert, esq., High St.
||Smallwood, Brooke hector, esq., High St.
|Heane Richard Nock, esq., High St.
||Northwood Mrs., St. Mary's St.
||Smith Edward G., High St.
|Hickman Richard Murrhall, esq., High St.
||Palmer Mrs., near Station
||Walker, Mrs., Stafford Rd.
|Adams Mathew, Nurseryman, Wellington rd.
||Farman Robert, Swan Inn, Lower Bar
||Owen Samuel, Tailor, Stafford St.
|Adderley Charles, Hair Dresser, High St.
||Felton John, Seedsman, St. Mary's St.
||Pearce William, Tanner, Stafford St.
|Adderley William, Town Crier, Bill Poster & Greengrocer, St. Mary's St.
||Fieldhouse Ann (Mrs.), High St.
||Penson Andrew, Tailor, High St.
|Arkinstall John, Rose & Crown Inn, St. Mary's St.
||Fieldhouse William, Grocer, High St.
||Picken James, Classical & Commercial School, Old Hall
|Armstrong Samuel, Plaster, Water Lane
||Fisher & Hodges, Solicitors, High St.
||Piicken Thomas William, Chemist & Druggist, High St.
|Austin Thomas, Grocer, high St.
||Fishwick William, Saddler & Harness Maker, High St.
||Pidgeon Thomas, Tailor, High St.
|Baddeley Thomas Bernard, Solicitor, High St.
||Foxall Henry, Grocer, High St.
||Plant Caroline (Miss), Milliner, St. Mary's St.
|Baker Joseph, Beer Retailer, St. Mary's St.
||Fulwood Thomas, Grinder, Stafford St.
||Plant Thomas, Saddler & Harness Maker, High St.
|Barlow George, Plume of Feathers & Maltster, High St.
||Furber George, Auctioneer, St. Mary's St.
||Podmore Edward, Grocer, High St.