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1825 LIVERPOOL Streets ~ No.17

 

Hello, I'm back with some new clogs! Having spent a very cold night on my last walk around the streets, and more recently my visit to the waterfront on the 8th, I have decided to do some more investigating of who lives where. After the recent clear, crisp, cold nights when walking was a pleasure, (as long as you could move briskly), tonight has reverted back to a true November fog. This is thicker and more sulphurous than any I have encountered on my recent travels. A man coming out of an Ale House has just tried to sell me some cockles, but I declined and he has disappeared into the dismal blanket of fog shouting his wares! Carts and horse drawn carriages trundle past, but apart from the glimmer of light from carriage lamps which seem to float unattached through the gloom, nothing can be seen. Some distant church bell is ringing for evensong and this sound mingles uneasily with mariners singing their shanties in the nearby Ale House. Anyway, enough of this, I must get on my way.

CHESTERFIELD STREET (29 Upper Parliament Street)
1   Richard Hall
2   Mrs M. Baldwin
3   Mrs S. Seward
4   John Tennent
5   James  Pickard
 
CHILDWALL STREET (20 Prescot Street)
1   James Whalley
2   William Lucas
 
CHORLEY STREET (11 Water Street)
1   Perrin, Geddes & Co.
3   Thomas Hughes
5   Margaret Reynolds
9   William Harrison
11  Thomas Smith
12  Hugh Parry
13  Samuel Warburton
21  John Clare
21  Robert Syers
 
CHURCH LANE (74 Church Street)
1   Margaret Robinson
2   George Saville
3   Richard McNabb
4   Peter Howard
4   John Campbell
6   James Cornwall
7   Thomas Jackson & Co.
8   W. W. Bulley
9   Thomas Lee, Haynes & Co.
9   John Lee & Co.
 
CHURCH STREET (Everton)
1   Miss E. Paisley
2   T. F. Dyson
3   John Drinkwater
4   J. B. Boothby
5   Mrs E. Cropper
6   Misses Potter
8   William Jackson
Robert Parry
Thomas Harris
Alexander Thompson
William Williamson
John Wyberg
William Perry
 
CHURCH STREET (47 Lord Street)
1   John Kind
2   Elizabeth Fielden
2   Joseph Hadwen
3   Cunningham & Perkins
4   Samuel Johnson
5   John Wood
6   Henry Lace
7   Elizabeth Baldwin
8   Henry Hunt
11  J. T. Hobson
13  Robert & J. Roskell
15  Armstrong & Hall
16  W. Ellis & Co.
17  Thomas Draper
18  Ann Lee
19  Newland & Smith
20  William Gratty
21  T. Johnston
22  W. Gerard
23  Thomas Griffith
24  Edward Little
25  J. & P. Hendrick
26  James & H. Banks
27  Henry Barns
28  Jospeh Johnson
29  Thomas Muncaster
30  Robert McClive
30 Taylor & Pinnington
31  Morecroft & Fowler
32  H. Hime & Son
33  Thomas Kirkpatrick
34  Alfred Webb
35  Mounsey & Holden
36  J. & W. Chapman
37 Frankland & Co.
38  Bartons & Robson
39  John Gifford
40  J. & T. Ellison
41  William Parry
42  John Chamberlain
43  Ann Harrington
43  F. & C. Kennedy
44  Jones & Painter
45  John Armroyd
45  Elizabeth Davies
46  Thomas Lewis
47  Charles Jorie
48  Edward Griffiths
49  Thomas Tetley
50  W. Rotherham
51  Mary Wood
52  Samuel Hulme
53  Henry Hargrave
54  J. B. Brown
55  C. V. Stephenson
56  R. H. Sommerville & Co.
57  Thomas Jenner
57  Beakbane & Dunglison
60  Lewin & Lassel
61  William Grapel
64  William Clements
 
CASH's BUILDINGS
65  William Burland
65  Holden & Howard
66  John Cash
 
67  John MacDonald
67  Joseph Banner
67  John Holgate
68  N. Singer & Co.
69  Eveleigh & King
69  William King
70  Litherland, Davies & Co.
70  William Davies
71  John Wright
72  Marshall & Knight
72  John Knight
73  William Wilson
74  Bingley Watson
75  Thomas Thompson
76  Samuel Hunt
77  Barelay Clibborn
78  J. & J. Boswell
79  Thomas Haywood
80  Ezekiel Browne


Phew! that was a wander and a half! Straining my eyes to read the door numbers, and getting strange looks from the occupants of the houses peering out through chinks in the curtains. The evil fog has left an awful taste in the mouth, and my clothes smell as though I have been toiling in works extracting tar from coal. It is again most convenient that the lights of a small tavern beckon, and hopefully a jug or two of welcome ale. I'll be back soon.