Transcription of the entry for Worthing Sussex from The watering places of Great Britain, and fashionable directory published in 1831. Worthing was situated in the parish of Broadwater, Sussex.

NOBILITY & GENTRY.

Adams, Edward, Esq. Manor House.

Ange, Miss, 1, Mount-pleasant.

Borrodale, — , Esq. 12, Montague-street.

Bowman, Captain, 49, High-street.

Bowles, Captain, 3, Liverpool-place.

Bridger, Mr. 4, Marine-parade.

Burdett, Arthur, Esq. 1, Marine-parade.

Byerly, Mrs. High-street.

Cloves, Jeremiah Gledwin, M.D.

Cooper, — , Esq. 13, Montague-place.

Crawford, Mrs. 13, Mount-pleasant.

Cronyn, Captain, Montague-row.

Daubuz, J.J. Esq. Offington.

Daysh, Mrs. 2, Liverpool-place.

Dennett, William Hugh, Esq. Chapel-road.

Dickinson, Major, Chapel-road.

Donney, Peter, Esq. 9, Mount-pleasant.

Dyer, Mrs. 2, Steyne.

Franks, Mr. 6, Marine- parade.

Gateskell, Colonel, 21, Steyne-row.

Giveen, Captain, 22, Steyne.

Griffith, Miss, Chapel-road.

Hawes, Miss, 2, Steyne.

Haxby, John, Esq. Belle vue Cottage.

Hide, Edward, 14, High-street.

Hills, Mr. Chapel-street.

Jones, Frederick, 13, High-street.

Jones, Sir Richard, 17, Steyne.

Langham, Lady, 13, Steyne.

Langmore, Mrs. High-street.

Lefevre, Mr. Chapel-street.

Lemot, Mrs. 6, Mount-pleasant.

Lenley, Mrs. 46, High-street.

Lindup, Mrs. North Cottage.

Lyon, Thomas H. Esq. 15, High-street.

Macbean, Mr. Montague-row.

Methold, Henry, Esq. 5, Marine-parade.

Mills, Percy, Esq. 14, Chapel-street.

Mushold, — , Esq. Marine-parade.

Newland, Henry, Esq. North-street.

Ogle, Mrs. Colonnade House.

Patterson, William, Esq. 10, Steyne.

Paton, — , Esq. Marine-parade.

Phillips, Captain, Montague Cottage.

Phillips, Captain, Montague-street.

Powell, General, Summer Lodge.

Reid, Charles, Esq. 1, Colonnade.

Rich, Henry, Esq. Worthing House.

Right Hon. the Earl of Surrey, M. P., Steyne.

Shepherd, Admiral, 18, Steyne.

Sommers, Lieutenant, Eden Cottage.

Tinling, Captain, 1, Ann-street.

Tribe, William, Esq. 4, Warwick-street.

Trotter, T. Esq. Trotter’s Cottage, Ann-street, late manager and proprietor of the Theatre Royal.

Turner, Captain.

Tumour, Captain, 2, Liverpool-place.

Tomkinson, Captain, 12, Steyne.

Venner, Mrs. Bellevue Cottage.

Wakefield, John, Esq. High-street.

Whitter, William, Esq. High-street.

Wood, John, Esq. 2, Colonnade.

MAGISTRATES.

Daubuz, J. J. Esq.

Jones, Sir Richard.

Peachell, Captain, Goring Castle.

Wakefield, John, Esq.

CLERGY.

Davidson, Rev. William, Chapel of Ease.

Dixon, Rev. Henry, Chapel-road.

Griffiths, Rev. M. Curate, Lancing.

Winchester, Rev. — , (Independent) Chapel-st.

Wood, Rev. Peter, Broadwater, Rector.

Wool, Rev. John, D.D. Chapel-road.

BANKERS.

Messrs. Henty, Uppertons, and Oliver. Draw on Sir John Lubbock, Bart, and Co. London.

PHYSICIANS.

Cloves, Jeremiah Gledwin, Esq. M. D. Chapel- house.

Morrah, Mieah, Esq. M.D. 3, Colonnade.

SURGEONS.

Bylass, G. P. 1, Warwick-street.

Caudle, William, 3, West-buildings.

Dixon, Frederick, Union-place.

Gore, 1, Montague-place.

Marter, William, 8, Warwick-street.

Morrah, Messrs. 47, High-street.

Shearsmith, John, 15, Warwick-street.

CHEMISTS.

Cortes, Charles, 12, South-street.

Munday, William, 18, Warwick-street.

HOTELS AND TAVERNS.

Marine Hotel, Esplanade, Oliver Hillman.

Nelson Tavern, (Commercial) South-street.

Sea-house Hotel, Esplanade, George Parsons.

Steyne Hotel, T. S. Bennett.

INNS.

Anchor, High-street, George White.

Rambler, West-street.

Royal George, Market-street, G. Greenfield.

Spaniard, Chapel-street, J. Tuff.

Wellington, Esplanade, John Richardson.

WINE MERCHANTS.

Bacon, James, 31, South-street.

Bennett, T. S. Steyne Hotel.

Hillman, Oliver, 20, Warwick-street.

Parsons, George, Sea-honse Hotel.

Penfold and Upperton, 27, Warwick-street.

CONFECTIONERS.

Moore, Thomas, Montague-street.

Piggot, George, 11, South-street.

Stubbs, Edward, 9, Warwick-street.

BOARDING-HOUSES.

Bloss, 3, Bedford-row.

Wyatt, A. Marlborough House, Marine-parade.

BATHS.

New Parisian Baths, Esplanade, M. Markwick.

Royal Baths, Esplanade, Thomas Palmer.

LIBRARIES.

Carter, Miss, Warwick-street.

Stafford’s Marine Library, Esplanade.

BILLIARD ROOMS.

Deadman, Mr. 24, South-st. and Bedford-row.

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.

Buttenshaw, E. Montague-street.

Payne, D. South-street.

PRINTER.

Kerrall, William, Ann-street.

ACADEMIES.

FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN.

Scarville, H. North-street.

Tidey, John, Box Cottage, North-street.

Williams, T. College House, Brighton-road.

FOR YOUNG LADIES.

Bray, Miss, 3, Montague-row.

Philips, Miss, Worthing Cottage, High-street.

Sanders, Miss, Park House.

PROFESSORS AND TEACHERS.

Dowley, Charles (Dancing) Chapel-road.

Dowley, Mrs. J. E. (Music) Chapel-road.

Feush, Mr. E. ( Languages) Bedford-road.

Goodliffe, Mr. (Languages) College House.

Philips, Mrs. (Drawing) Market-street.

SOLICITORS.

Edmonds, Richard, High-street.

Rogers, John F. Bedford-row.

Tribe, William, Warwick-street.

Whitter and Dennett, North-street.

HOUSE AGENTS.

Bennett, J. Mount-pleasant.

Bennett, J. S. 34, Warwick-street.

Goble, J. H. (and Coal Merchant) High-street.

Lanetter, 29, Warwick-street.

Smith, James, Montague-srteet.

MILLINERS.

Amore, Misses E. and M. Warwick-street,

Nedrett, Miss, South-street.

Payne, Miss, South-street.

Percey, Mrs. 31, Warwick-street.

Wainright, Mrs. 11, Warwick-street.

PERFUMERS.

Anderson, Robert, 22, Warwick-street.

Ede, Charles, South-street.

Lipscombe, John, 5, Warwick-street.

SADDLERS.

Brigster, William, C, South-place.

Forrester, Robert, 7, Montague-street.

Shotter, Thomas, 28, Warwick-street.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Carter, W. and C. Brewers, Ann-street.

Conroy, — , Italian Warehouse, 6, South-street.

Cook, Amos, Fishmonger, South-street.

Fuller, Felix, Coach Maker, Ann-street.

Fuller, Thomas, Coach Maker, High-street.

Mann, J. Toy Warehouse, 33, Warwick-street.

Moore, J. C. Watchmaker, 25, Warwick-street.

Hillman, O. Stamp Office, 20, Warwick-street.

Pollard, William, Vestry Clerk, 44, High-street.

Post Office, Warwick-street.

COACHES.

FROM SNOW’S SPREAD EAGLE OFFICE.

To London every Morning at 10.

To Brighton, 10 a.m. and 2 and 5 p.m.

FROM THE ACCOMMODATION OFFICE.

To London every Morning at 9.

To Brighton at 9 a. m. and 4 p. M.

To Portsmouth, through Arundel, Chichester, and Havant, at ½-past 12.

To Southampton, through Arundel & Chichester, at 10 a.m.

To Bath and Bristol, at 7 a. m.

During the Season, a Coach to Littlehampton and Bognor.

CARRIERS.

Robertson, South-place.

Charman, High-street.

ADDENDA.*

Bardin, Thomas, Draper, Warwick-street.

Fuller, J. M. Draper, 13, South-street.

Head, John, Nurseryman.

Hodges, William, Tailor and Draper, 5, South-st.

Smith, James, Grocer, Montague-street.

Stanford, E. Tailor and Draper, 30, Warwick-st.

Webberley, James, Silk Mercer and Draper, Waterloo House, High-street.

  • Although the nature and limits of our undertaking do not permit us to include in our Directory (which is emphatically a fashionable one) the names of all the tradesmen and lodging-house keepers, it would be ungrateful not to place on record the names of those who patronise the work; those, therefore, which do not come under any of the classes in the Directory we have inserted in an Addenda, and shall continue to do so at the end of each town.

Source: The watering places of Great Britain, and fashionable directory 1831

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