Rogers' Directory of Norwich and Neighbourhood
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Rogers' Directory of Norwich and Neighbourhood

By Edward Dawson Rogers
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  • ROGERS’ DIRECTORY OF NORWICH AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.
  • PREFACE.
  • HISTORY OF NORWICH.
  • PLACES OF WORSHIP.
    • CHURCHES.
      • THE CATHEDRAL.
    • CHAPELS.
  • THE MONUMENTAL BRASSES OF NORWICH AND NEIGHBOURHOOD.
    • ECCLESIASTICS.
    • KNIGHTS.
    • CIVILIANS AND LADIES.
    • MISCELLANEOUS.
    • LIST OF THE CHURCHES WITH BRASSES.
  • DIRECTORY OF NORWICH.
    • ALPHABETICAL LIST.
    • CLASSIFICATION OF TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &c.
      • Academies and Schools (For Public Schools, see under Public Information)
      • Accountants—
      • Agents—
      • Agricultural Implement Makers (see also Engineers)—
      • Ale and Porter Merchants—
      • Architects (see also Surveyors)—
      • Artists (see also Professors and Photographic Artists)—
      • Attornies (see Solicitors)—Auctioneers and Appraisers—
      • Axletree and Spring Maker—
      • Baby Linen Warehouses—
      • Bakers (see also Confectioners)—
      • Bankers—
      • Barometer and Thermometer Maker—
      • Barristers—
      • Basket Makers—
      • Beer Retailers (see also Publicans)—
      • Bell-hangers (see Whitesmiths, &c.)—Berlin Wool and Fancy Repositories—
      • Billiard Rooms—
      • Bird and Animal Preservers—
      • Birmingham and Sheffield Warehouses—
      • Blacking Manufacturers—
      • Blacksmiths—
      • Blind Makers (see Venetian Blind Makers)—Boat Builders—
      • Boiler Makers—
      • Bone Crushers (see also Manure Manufacturers)—
      • Bookbinders—
      • Booksellers and Stationers—
      • Boot Lace Manufacturers—
      • Boot and Shoe Makers (see also Boot and Shoe Manufacturers)—
      • Boot and Shoe Manufacturers (wholesale) see also Boot and Shoe makers—
      • Box Manufacturers—
      • Brass Founders (see also Iron and Brass Founders)—
      • Brass Turners—
      • Braziers, Tin-plate Workers, &c.
      • Brewers—
      • Bricklayers and Plasterers—
      • Brick, Tile, and Pipe Makers—
      • Brokers (see Furniture Brokers)Brush Makers—
      • Builders—
      • Butchers—
      • Butter Factors (see Cheese and Butter Factors)—Button Factor—
      • Cab Proprietors (see Fly Proprietors)—Cabinet Makers—
      • Candle Manufacturers (see also Tallow Chandlers)—
      • Cane Workers—
      • Cap Makers—
      • Card Makers—
      • Carmen—
      • Carpenters and Joiners (see also Builders)—
      • Carriers (see Carmen)—Carters (see Carmen)—Carvers and Gilders—
      • Cattle Dealers—
      • Cement Dealers—
      • Chair Makers—
      • Cheese and Butter Factors—
      • Chemist—Analytical—
      • Chemists and Druggists—
      • Chimney Sweepers—
      • China, Glass, and Earthenware Dealers, &c.—
      • Circulating Libraries (for Public Libraries see under Public Information)—
      • Clothiers and Dealers—
      • Coach and Gig Builders—
      • Coal Merchants and Dealers (see also Merchants)—
      • Coffee and Eating Houses, Boarding Houses, &c.—
      • Condensed Egg Manufacturers—
      • Confectioners—
      • Coopers—
      • Copper-plate Printers—
      • Coppersmiths—
      • Cork Manufacturers—
      • Corn Merchants and Dealers (see also Merchants)—
      • Corn Millers—
      • Corset Makers (see Stay and Corset Makers)—Cow Keepers—
      • Cutlers (Manufacturing)—
      • Cutlers (Working)—
      • Curriers (see also Leather Merchants)—
      • Debt Collectors (see Rent and Debt Collectors)—Dentists—
      • Drapers—
      • Dressers—
      • Dyers—
      • Earthenware Dealers (see China, Glass, and Earthenware Dealers)—Embroidery Designer—
      • Engineers (see also Agricultural Implement Makers)—
      • Engravers—
      • Farmers—
      • Fellmongers—
      • Figure and Model Makers—
      • Firework Makers—
      • Fish Curers—
      • Fishmongers—
      • Flour Dealers—
      • Fly Proprietors—
      • Fowl Dealers (see also Poulterers)—
      • French Polishers—
      • Fringe, Lace, and Damask Warehouses—
      • Fruiterers (see also Green Grocers)—
      • Furniture Brokers—
      • Furriers—
      • Game Dealers, Poulterers, &c.—
      • Gardeners—
      • Gas Fitters—
      • Gig Makers (see also Coach and Gig Builders)—
      • Ginger Beer, Lemonade, Soda Water, &c., Manufacturers—
      • Glass Dealers (see China, Glass, and Earthenware Dealers)—Glass Stainers—
      • Glovers—
      • Grainers and Decorative Painters—
      • Glass, Stone, and China Mender—
      • Grease Manufacturer—
      • Green Grocers—
      • Grocers and Tea Dealers—
      • Gun Flint Cutter—
      • Gun and Pistol Makers—
      • Gutta Percha Depots—
      • Haberdashers—
      • Hairdressers—
      • Harness Makers (see Saddlers and Harness Makers)—Hatters—
      • Havel Makers—
      • Herbalists (see Medical Botanists)—Hoop Maker—
      • Horse Breakers—
      • Horse Dealers—
      • Horse and Gig Letters—
      • Horse-hair Manufacturers—
      • Hosiers—
      • Hotels (see Publicans)—Hotpressers—
      • Iron and Brass Founders—
      • Ironmongers—
      • Italian Warehousemen (see also Grocers)—
      • Ivory Turner—
      • Jewellers (see Silversmiths and Jewellers)—Jewellers (working)—
      • Land Surveyors (see Surveyors)—Last and Boot-tree Makers—
      • Lath Benders—
      • Law Stationer—
      • Leather Merchants and Cutters (see also Curriers)—
      • Letter Founder—
      • Lime Burners—
      • Linen Drapers (see Drapers)Lithographers—
      • Livery Stable Keepers—
      • Locksmiths (see Whitesmiths, &c.)—Lodging House Keepers—
      • Lucifer Match Manufacturers—
      • Maltsters (see also Brewers)—
      • Masons (see Stone and Marble Masons)—Manufacturers—
      • Manure Manufacturers—
      • Marine Store Dealers—
      • Mattress Makers—
      • Medical Botanists—
      • Merchants—
      • Midwives—
      • Millers (see Corn Millers)—Milliners, Dressmakers, &c.—
      • Millinery Establishments (see also Milliners and Dressmakers)—
      • Millwrights—
      • Music Warehouses (see Pianoforte and Music Warehouses)—Musical Instrument Makers and Repairers—
      • Mustard Manufacturers—
      • News Agents—
      • Nurserymen, Seedsmen, Florists, &c.—
      • Oil Cake Manufacturer—
      • Oil and Colormen (see Ironmongers)—Opticians—
      • Organ Builder—
      • Out-fitters (see Clothiers and Tailors)—Painters (see Plumbers, Glaziers and Painters, and also Grainers, &c.)—Paper Bag Makers—
      • Paper Hangers (see also Upholsterers)—
      • Paper Manufacturers—
      • Patten and Clog Makers—
      • Pawnbrokers—
      • Perambulator and Invalid’s Carriage Maker—
      • Perfumers—
      • Photographic Artists—
      • Physicians—
      • Pianoforte and Music Warehouses—
      • Pianoforte Makers—
      • Pianoforte Hammer Rail Maker—
      • Picture Dealer—
      • Pill Box Manufacturers—
      • Plane Makers (see also Tool Makers)—
      • Plasterers (see Bricklayers and Plasterers)—Plumbers, Painters, Glaziers, &c.—
      • Printers (letter-press)—
      • Professors and Teachers—
      • Provision Dealers—
      • Publicans (see also Beer Retailers)—
      • Publishers (see also Booksellers and Stationers)—
      • Pump Maker—
      • Rag Merchants—
      • Register Offices for Servants—
      • Rent and Debt Collectors—
      • Rope, Twine, and Sacking Makers—
      • Rulers—
      • Saddlers and Harness Makers—
      • Sail Maker—
      • Saw Mills—
      • Sawyers—
      • Saw Makers (see also Cutlers)—
      • Scale, Beam, and Steelyard, Maker—
      • Shawl and Dress Printers—
      • Skipping Agent—
      • Shirt Makers—
      • Shirt Makers (continued)—
      • Shoe (Ladies) and Fancy Warehouse—
      • Shopkeepers (General)—
      • Shorthand Writers—
      • Shuttle Maker—
      • Silk Finisher—
      • Silk Mercers (see also Drapers)—
      • Silversmiths and Jewellers—
      • Slate Merchants—
      • Soap Manufacturers—
      • Soda Water Manufacturers (see Ginger Beer, Lemonade, and Soda Water Manufacturers)—Solicitors—
      • Spirit Merchants (see Wine and Spirit Merchants, and Brewers)—Starch Manufacturers—
      • Stationers—Wholesale (see also Booksellers and Stationers)—
      • Stay and Corset Makers—
      • Steelyard Makers—
      • Stock and Share Brokers—
      • Stone and Marble Masons—
      • Straw Bonnet Makers—
      • Straw Hat Manufacturers—
      • Surgeons—
      • Surgical Instrument Makers—
      • Surveyors (see also Architects)—
      • Tailors—
      • Tallow Chandlers—
      • Tanners (see Felmongers)—Taverns (see Publicans)—Ticket Writers—
      • Timber Merchants and Dealers (see also Merchants)—
      • Tinmen (see also Braziers)—Tobacconists—
      • Tobacco Manufacturers—
      • Tobacco Pipe Makers—
      • Tool Makers (see also Plane Makers, Saw Makers, Wood Turners, &c.)—
      • Tripe Dressers—
      • Toy Dealers—
      • Trunk, Portmanteau, and Carpet Bag Manufacturers—
      • Truss Makers—
      • Umbrella and Parasol Makers—
      • Upholsterers, Paper Hangers, &c.—
      • Venetian Blind Makers—
      • Veterinary Surgeons—
      • Vinegar Makers and Distillers—
      • Warehousemen—
      • Watch and Clock Makers—
      • Well Sinker—
      • Wharfingers—
      • Wheelwrights—
      • Whip Makers (see also Saddlers and Harness Makers)—
      • Whitesmiths, Locksmiths, Bell-hangers, &c.—
      • Whiting Manufacturers—
      • Window Glass Merchants (see also Plumbers, Glaziers, &c.)—
      • Wine and Spirit Merchants—
      • Wire Workers—
      • Wood Turners—
      • Wood Carvers—
      • Wool Dealers and Staplers (see also Merchants)—
      • Woollen Drapers (see Drapers and also Tailors)—Worstead Spinner—
      • Writers and Grainers (see Grainers and Decorative Painters)—Yeast Manufacturers—
  • PUBLIC INFORMATION.
    • POST OFFICE.
    • MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.
    • CORPORATION.
    • JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
    • CORPORATION OF GUARDIANS.
    • DIGNITARIES OF THE DIOCESE.
    • BANKERS.
    • PUBLIC ESTABLISHMENTS.
    • CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS.
    • PUBLIC OFFICERS.
    • PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
    • COUNTY POLICE.
    • CITY POLICE.
    • REGISTRARS.
    • NEWSPAPERS.
    • RAILWAY STATIONS.
  • A GUIDE TO STREETS, LANES, YARDS, &c.
  • THE NEIGHBOURING VILLAGES.
  • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • TO VISITORS
    • To Professional & Amateur PHOTOGRAPHERS.
    • THE BEST PORTRAITS IN THE EASTERN COUNTIES.
    • NORGATE & CO., ST. STEPHEN’S STREET, NORWICH,
    • HOLMES AND SONS, PROSPECT-PLACE WORKS, NORWICH, Agricultural Engineers, Millwrights,
    • LLOYD & CO., LADIES’ & GENTLEMEN’S Fashionable BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURERS, 20 & 21, DAVEY PLACE, NORWICH.
    • ESTABLISHED 1845.
    • THE PATENT SELF-SHARPENING PORTABLE AMERICAN GRIST MILL,
    • MR. F. SUTTON, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST (Harper & Sutton, Bank Plain, Norwich)
    • T. DIXON, WATCH MAKER, &c. 6, Bridewell Alley, Norwich,
    • T. DIXON, OPTICIAN, ETC. 6, BRIDEWELL ALLEY, NORWICH,
    • ST. ANN’S IRON WORKS, KING STREET, NORWICH.
    • W. HALL, ENGRAVER & LITHOGRAPHER, 22, WHITE LION STREET, NORWICH, THREE DOORS FROM THE MARKET.
    • S. FENNING, Ladies & Gentlemen’s Fashionable BOOT AND SHOE MAKER ORFORD HILL, NORWICH.
    • H. DURRANT,
    • SARAH LAMB,
    • AROMATIC TOOTH PASTE, PREPARED BY J. H. HULME, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST AND SURGEON DENTIST, Hall Plain, Saint Andrew’s, NORWICH,
    • 6 Shirts for One Guinea.
    • Alterative and Restorative Horse Powders.
    • HENRY DUFFIELD, TAILOR & TROWSERS MAKER, 12, EXCHANGE STREET, NORWICH.
    • THOMAS GOOD,
    • H. BREEZE,
    • J. NOBBS,
    • PHŒNIX BREWERY, MAGDALEN STREET, NORWICH.
    • BROWN AND WRIGHT,
    • W. V. BULLEN,
    • JOHN PHILLIPS,
    • EMSLIE AND SON, Engravers, Chromo-Lithographers, & Copper-plate Printers,
    • TEETH
    • CHARLES BRAY,
    • SMITH’S APERIENT FEVER POWDERS.
    • THOMAS CALVER, LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN’S Fashionable Boot & Shoe Maker ST. GILES’ STREET, NEAR THE MARKET-PLACE, NORWICH,
    • THOMAS WICKS, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL WIRE WORKER, TOMBLAND, NORWICH.
    • BANK PLAIN, NORWICH.
    • JOHN MORRIS,
    • If you like Strong Tea and Fresh Roasted Coffee, at Low Prices, try H. LOCK’S, GROCER AND TEA DEALER, 9, ST. AUGUSTINE’S STREET, NORWICH.
    • JAMES PEARSON, (From Sheffield) CUTLER & TRUSS MAKER, ST. ANDREW’S HILL, NORWICH.
    • HAINES BROTHERS, FAMILY GROCERS, AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, 58, ST. STEPHEN’S, NORWICH
    • 124, Bedford Street, Saint Andrew’s, NORWICH.
    • WALKER AND BIRD, PRACTICAL Sign & Decorative Painters, WRITERS & GRAINERS, TAYLOR’S COURT, SURREY STREET, NORWICH.
    • THE OLD ESTABLISHED BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE Back of the Inns, Norwich.
    • GEORGE MORRIS, (LATE CORDRAN,) COACH AND GIG MANUFACTURER ADJOINING THE CAT & FIDDLE INN, MAGDALEN STREET, NORWICH.
    • THOMAS SELF, Gas Fitter, by Appointment to the Company,
    • FREDERICK COGMAN, TAILOR AND TROWSERS MAKER,
    • PLUMMER & BLOOM, CARPENTERS, Builders and Contractors, BETHEL STREET, NORWICH.
    • CASTLE MEADOW, NORWICH.
    • ST. MARY’S STEAM GRIST MILL
    • T. C. R. KING,
    • THOMAS GREENGRASS,
    • ANN HOWES & SON, TALLOW MELTERS, AND Candle Manufacturers,
    • JOHN MASON, BUTCHER, GOLDEN BALL STREET, ST. JOHN’S TIMBERHILL NORWICH,
    • W. C. HOWES, Plumber, Glazier, & General Decorator, BER STREET, NORWICH.
    • FLOUR, MALT, GRAIN, SCOTCH OATMEAL, AND SEED STORES.
    • GEORGE LEACH, GAS FITTER, Bell Hanger, Brass Pounder, etc.
    • BIRMINGHAM AND SHEFFIELD GOODS
    • EDWARD BANHAM; COMMERCIAL AGENT, Fixture & Furniture Valuer and Creditors’ Accountant.
    • 13, Charing Cross, Norwich, ESTABLISHED 1851. SAML. T. TOWNSHEND, JUN., WORKING CARVER, GILDER, Looking-Glass & Picture Framer Manufacturer,
    • MONEY ADVANCED AT FIVE PER CENT.
    • HORTICULTURAL GARDENS, NORWICH.
    • Removing from the Castle Meadow, to Little Orford Street.
    • CULLINGFORD & SONS, RAG MERCHANTS
    • PULLEN, MASE, & FURSE,
    • JOHN STEVENS, CIGAR MERCHANT AND TOBACCONIST, BACK OF THE INNS, NORWICH.
    • The Best Price Given for Household Furniture and other Effects.
    • T. GRIMWOOD, CLOTHING EMPORIUM, 4, LOWER GOAT LANE, NORWICH.
    • EDMUND DEVEREUX, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, House and Ornamental Painter, ST. GEORGE’S COLEGATE, NORWICH.
    • To Executors, Shopkeepers, Parties Declining Housekeeping, etc.
    • GOLDEN DOG BREWERY, MAGDALEN STREET, NORWICH.
    • WESTMINSTER FIRE OFFICE, ESTABLISHED 1717, AND Westminster & General Life Assurance
    • PIGGIN & DYBALL, PRACTICAL Opticians and Spectacle Manufacturers.
    • 110, POTTERGATE STREET Near St. John’s Church, Norwich.
    • ST. GEORGE ASSURANCE COMPANY, 118, PALL MALL, LONDON, S.W. CAPITAL £100,000.
    • J. SCALES, DEALER IN ENGLISH TIMBER CHAPEL FIELD ROAD, NORWICH.
    • MONEY ADVANCES.
    • O. D. RAY, Auctioneer, Estate Agent, & Valuer, 11, UPPER KING STREET, NORWICH.
    • Wholesale Embroidery Warehouse, 29, LONDON STREET, NORWICH.
    • W. F. HOWARD, CARPENTER & BUILDER
    • W. S. HARVEY, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, HOUSE & DECORATIVE PAINTER, WILLIAM STREET.
    • NORFOLK AND NORWICH SEED, FLOWER, AND FRUIT ESTABLISHMENT, 41, LONDON ST., NORWICH
    • ESTABLISHED THIRTY YEARS.
    • ROBERT TIDMAN, BOILER MAKER, MACHINIST, AND GENERAL SMITH, BISHOP BRIDGE, NORWICH,
    • JOSEPH WRIGHT & SON, PLUMBERS, PAINTERS, GLAZIERS MISSION PLACE, KING STREET, SAINT JULIAN, NORWICH.
    • HENRY JARVIS, GENERAL CARRIER & CARMAN, LUCAS’S WHARF, NEAR THORPE RAILWAY STATION, NORWICH.
    • JAMES SPALDING, FRENCH POLISHER, (ESTABLISHED FOURTEEN YEARS) (From Smees & Sons, Moorfields, Finsbury, London)
    • SPARKE AND CO., ENGINEERS, THORN LANE FOUNDRY, NORWICH,
    • CITY SAWING, PLANING, AND MOULDING MILLS, PALACE PLAIN, NORWICH
    • NORWICH FOUNDRY.
    • J. M. TURNER, IRON AND FORGE WORKS, St. Martin’s Palace Plain, Norwich.
    • W. PAYNE, WHOLESALE SHOE MANUFACTURER, SHORT STREET, CROOK’S PLACE, NORWICH.
    • WILLIAM SCOTT, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter, Writer, Gilder, and Grainer,
    • CHARLES G. STARLING,
    • NORWICH UNION LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY.
    • NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY.
    • CHEAP PRINTING.
    • EDWARD BOARDMAN, CARPENTER AND GENERAL BUILDER, FOUNDRY BRIDGE, NORWICH.
    • General Posting House, THE MAID’S HEAD HOTEL SAINT SIMON’S, NORWICH. W. WEBSTER, PROPRIETOR.
    • PRATT, IMPORTER OF American and other Clocks, OF THE BEST MAKERS, ST. BENEDICT’S STREET, NORWICH.
    • MR. FRANK NOVERRE,
    • A HOME FROM HOME.
    • SUTTON’S
    • HOUSEHOLD TRUTHS FOR THE PEOPLE.
    • JARROLD & SONS,
  • FOOTNOTES.
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