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Allen (J.) and Son, timber merchants, Orchard-place
Allen, Richard, cook, 8, Anglesearterrace
Allum (Sarah) Mrs. straw bonnet maker, 5, Cooksey's-terrace
Allvey, Sam. F. H. coal merchant and ship broker, 5, Queen's-ter.
Amier, Dan. innkeeper,' Nelson Inn, Hill
Amor, Dan. bootmaker, 15, Lansdowne-hill
Amor (F.) Mrs. Albion-place
Ancell, John W. esq. R.N. 11, Orchard-place
Anderson, Misses, poulterers, 5, Broad-lane
Anderton, B. N. esq. Croft-house, Botley
Andrews and Co. furnishing ironmongers, tinmen, and braziers, 17,
High-street (see adv. p. 81).
Andrews, Jas. blacksmith, 1, Grove-street Andrews, John, currier and leather seller, 23, Union-terrace Andrews, John, merchant, Rumbridge Andrews, Joseph, shoemaker, Itchen Ferry Andrews, Misses, 2, Middle East-street <
Andrews, Mrs. shopkeeper, Cossack-street Andrews, Philip, merchant, Eling
Andrews, Richard, coachmaker, Carriage Bazaar, 14, Above-bar,
(see adv. pp. 94 and 95)
Andrews, Thos. blacksmith, Cross-house Andrews, Thos. parish-clerk of All Saints, 86, Above-bar Andrews, Wm. Stephen, captain of the Medway, 16, Orchard-place Angell, Wm. carpenter, Pound-row, Shirley Angley, Rev. J. G. Moira-house, Moira-place Angus, George, chief engineer of the Forth, 15, Brunswick-square Angus, John, engineer of the Forth, 15, Brunswick-square Annett, Geo. carpenter, Bursledon
Ansell, Mrs. lodging-house keeper, 2, Upper Prospect-place
Anson, Thomas, stationer and toy-dealer, 16, East-street
Ansteed, Richard, butcher, Cheapside, Canal-walk
Ansty (Elizabeth) Miss, 20, Above-bar
Anthony, Edw. corn-dealer, Eling
Anthony, John, general surveyor, Bittern
Anthony, Miss, milliner, 61, High-street
Anwell, Wm. engine-man, 47, Bevois-street
Applin, Wm. baker, 9, Anglesea-terrace, Chapel
Archer, Isaac, gentleman, Redbridge
Archibald, — 3, Sussex-place, Shirley
Arias, Antonio Fontana^Snglish and Foreign boot-maker, 5!%
High-street Armstead (Maria) Mrs. 9, Bevois-street Armstrong, Miss, 5, Rockstone-place
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