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From Kelly's Post Office Directory of Essex, Herts, Middlesex, Kent, Surrey and Sussex, 1867

POST & MONEY ORDER OFFICE, POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK & GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE & ANNUITY OFFICE.
Postmaster - Arthur Morris, 52 High street.

 Letters can be posted without extra charge.Letters can be posted with additional penny stamp.Letters can be registered with single fee untilLetters can be registered with double fee until
Brighton3.55 a.m.**9.0 p.m.**
London & Brighton9.25 a.m.**8.55 a.m.9.25 a.m.
Hastings & St. Leonard's11.10 a.m.**10.40 a.m.11.10 a.m.
Hurst Green, Uckfield &c7.40 p.m.8.15 p.m.7.10 p.m.7.40 p.m.
London, Brighton, Chichester &c9.30 p.m.9.50 p.m.9.0 p.m.9.30 p.m.
On Sundays to all places7.0 p.m.**10.0 a.m.**
Extra Mail - London, 12.40 p.m. Letters registered - Single Fee, until 12.10 p.m.; Double Fee, 12.40 p.m.

LINES OF ROAD & CHIEF PLACES FROM WHICH MAILS ARE RECEIVED.

 Delivery by letter carriers begins atDelivery to callers begins at
London, Brighton, Chichester &c7.0 a.m.7.0 p.m.
Hurst Green, Uckfield &c7.0 a.m.7.0 p.m.
London, Brighton, Hastings & St. Leonard's12.0 noon12.0 noon

Money orders are granted & paid from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; on saturdays until 8 p.m. Post Office Savings Bank open same hours as for money orders. Ordinary business hours from 15th February to 15th November, 7 a.m.; the remaining months, 7.30 a.m.; closes at 10 p.m.; on sundays open until 10 a.m
RECEIVING HOUSES:- 51 High street, Cliffe, Richard Banks, receiver; (this is also a Money Order Office & Post Office Savings Bank); 39 North street, Cliffe, Daniel Morris; receiver; High street, Southover, Thomas. Cruttenden, receiver; cleared at 9 a.m. & 7.10 p.m.
There is also a letter box at the Railway station, & a pillar box in High street, St. Anne's, opposite the church, cleared at 9 a.m. & 7.10 p.m.; on sundays at 6.25 p.m

MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.
Right Hon. Henry Bouverie William Brand, Glynde, near Lewes; & 2 Upper Belgrave street London s.w.
Lord Pelham, Stanmer, Lewes, & 3 Chester st. London s.w.

INSURANCE AGENTS.
Accidental Death Assurance Corporation & Marine Passengers', H. J. Bartlett, Station street; Thomas Berry, High street
Alliance, Rickman & Co. Bear yard, Cliffe
Atlas Fire & Life, Edgar Blaker & Son, School hill, High st
City & County, H. D. Wilson, 46 High street
Commercial Union, G. W. Green, 49 High street, Cliffe
County Fire & Provident Life, Flint & Son, 41 High st
Eagle Life, Joseph Davey, High street
Edinburgh Life, Edward Reeves, 159 High street
Equitable Hail, H. J. Bartlett, Station street
Family Endowment Society, Edger Blaker & Son, 211 High street
General Life & Fire, John Smith, 186 High street
Guardian Fire & Life, Verrall & Son, 200 High street
Lancashire Fire & Life, Edward Pullinger, Keere street
Law Union Fire & Life, E. Adkins, 194 High street; H. J. Lowdell
Leeds & Yorkshire, George Peter Bacon, 64 High street; R. Stevenson, 5 North street
Life Association of Scotland, Benjamin Morris, High street, Southover
Liverpool & London & Globe Fire & Life, George P. Bacon, High street; George Harman. jun. 32 North street; William Board, Southover; R. Stevenson, 5 North street, F. Davey, High street
London Assurance Corporation, Fire, Life & Annuity, Henry J. Bartlett, Station street
Manchester Fire, A. Dudeney, 55 High street, Cliffe
Medical Invalid & General Life, William Vinall, 36 High street, Cliffe
Medical, Legal & General Mutual Life, Thomas Berry, High street
Norwich Union Life & Fire, Hailstorm & Cattle, Auckland & Hillman. High street, Cliffe; George P, Bacon. 64 High street
Pelican Life, Inigo Gell, 23 High street
Phoenix Fire, Inigo Gell, 23 High street
Plate Glass Insurance Company, George P. Bacon, 64 High street
Promoter Life, William Harvey, 3 High street, Cliffe
Railway Passengers', George Peter Bacon, 64 High street
Royal Fire & Life, William Ranger, 69 High street
Royal Exchange Fire & Life, Browne & Crosskey, 214 High street
Royal Farmers' Fire & Life & Hailstorm, Henry Davey, 182 High street
Scottish Commercial Life, George Fuller, High street
Sovereign Life, George Fuller, High street
Standard Life, Flint & Son, 41 High street
Star Life, Alfred Dudeney, High street, Cliffe
Sun Fire & Life, John Lewis, 85 High street

PUBLIC ESTABLISHMENTS.
Corn & Hop Exchange & Assembly Rooms (adapted for all descriptions of entertainments, lectures, sales &c.), Robert Geer, Star hotel, High street
County Court (held monthly at the County hall), William Furner, esq. judge; Edgar Blaker, esq. registrar; John Lewis, esq. high bailiff; Thomas Mantell & Robert Mantell, bailiffs
County Hall, High street, Frederick S. Holman, keeper
County Gaol & House of Correction for the Eastern Division of Sussex, Commander Alfred P. H. Helby, R.N. governor; Rev. Richard Burnet, B.A. chaplain; Richard Turner, esq. surgeon; John W. Streeter, clerk; Mrs. Jane .Anderson, matron
Naval Prison, North street, Captain Charles Maxwell Luckraft, R.N. governor; Rev. G. A. M. Litle, M.A. of Christ's College, Cambridge, chaplain; Richard Turner, esq. surgeon
Depot of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Mrs. Francis, 175 High street
Consistorial Court for the Archdeaconry of Lewes, Messrs. Hunt & Currey, High street
Lewes Castle, Duke of Norfolk, Earl of Abergavenny & Earl De La Warr, Lords of Lewes; George Pettitt, warder
District Registry of H.M. Court of Probate for the Eastern Division of Sussex, 2 Albion street, Bernard Husey-Hunt, esq. registrar; office hours, 10 to 4
Dispensary, High street, Montague Spencer Blaker, esq. hon. sec.; George Marshall Crockford, surgeon
East Sussex Constabulary office, North street, Lieut. Col. Henry Fowler Mackay, chief constable; Thomas Ellis, superintendent & clerk
Divisional Office, 4 East st. James Jenner, superintendent
Police Station, East street, William Peacock, seargeant in charge
Fire Engine Station, Fisher st. Wm. Duplock, superintendent
Freemasons' Hall, 149 High street
. Sussex Archaeological Society Museum, Lewes castle, William Harvey esq. local secretary
Lewes Cattle Market & Fat Stock Show, Henry J. Bartlett, secretary, Station street
Fitzroy Memorial Library, John C. Lucas, esq. secretary; Robert Crosskey, esq. treasurer; Mrs. Mary Card, librarian, High street
Lewes Swimming Baths (erected by public subscription), at the Town brook, George Watts, bath keeper
Lewes Union, Mr. H. J. Bartlett, clerk to the board of guardians
Workhouse, South street, Cliffe, I. J. Morris, master; Martha Bristow, matron
Workhouse, St. Nicholas lane, E. N. Rolfe, master; Elizabeth Rolfe, mistress
Workhouse School, St. Anne's, George Rossiter, master; Charlotte Rossiter, mistress
Town Clerk's Office, High street, John Lewis, esq. clerk
Posting House, Star hotel, Robert Geer, High street
Mechanics' Institution, Museum & Library, West street, Charles A. Wells, secretary; John Edwd. Miller, librarian
Ouse Navigation Co. John Lewis. solicitor 85 High street
Royal Sussex Artillery Militia, Lieut.-Colonel William Augustus St. Clair, commandant; Capt. Capt. H. T. Settle, adjutant; depot, High street, Southover. Richard Turner, esq. assistant surgeon
St Michael's Almshouses, Keere street
Stamp Office, 17 High street, J. Smith, distributor

PUBLIC OFFICERS.
Clerk to the Magistrates of the Lewes Division, Inigo Gell, esq. 23 High street
Clerk to the Committee of Visitors of County Lunatic Asylum, Henry Jones, esq. 173 High street
Clerk to the Town Commissioners, Edgar Blaker, esq. High street
Clerk to the Offham & Ditching Road Trustees, Henry Jones, esq. 173 High street
Clerk to the Cliffe Improvement Commissioners, Edward Hillman, esq. High street, Cliffe
Clerk to the Lewes Turnpike Roads, Inigo Gell, esq. High street
Clerk to the Magistrates of the Hailsham Division. Inigo Gell, esq. 23 High street
Clerk of the Peace, William Kirby Johnson Langridge, esq. offices, County hall
Clerk to the Commissioners of Taxes for Upper & Lower Pevensey, John Lewis, solicitor, High street
Clerk to the Trustees of the Eastbourne Turnpike Road, John Lewis, solicitor, High street
Clerk to the Commissioners of Lewes & Laughton Levels, John Lewis, solicitor, High street
Clerk to the Trustees of Newhaven Harbour & Ouse Navigation, John Lewis, solicitor, High street
Clerk to the Trustees of the Withyham Turnpike Roads, John Lewis, solicitor High street
Clerk of the Race Course, John Frederick Verrall, esq. 209 High street
County Treasurer (Eastern division), L. G. Fullagar, esq.
Surrogate, Rev John Scobell, M.A.
Clerk to Commissioners of Land, Assessed & Income Taxes for the Upper Division of Lewes Rape, Inspector of Weights & Measures for No. 1 District, comprising Parishes in Lewes & Pevensey Rapes, Mr. Henry John Bartlett Station street
Clerk to the Assessment Committee for the Lewes Union, Mr. Henry John Bartlett, Station street
Coroner for East Sussex, Lewis Greene Fullager, esq.
District Registrar of H.M. Court of Probate for the Eastern Division of Sussex, Bernard. Husey-Hunt, esq. High street
Inspector of Weights & Measures for No. 1 District, comprising 70 Parishes in Lewes & Pevensey Rapes, Henry John Bartlett, Station street
Superintendent Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages, Mr. Henry John Bartlett, Station street
Superintendent of Police, James Jenner, East street
Clerk of General Meetings of Lieutenancy, W. V. Langridge, esq. County hall
Clerk to Visitors of Private Lunatic Asylums, William Kirby Johnson Langridge, esq. County hall
Deputy Registrars of the Archdeaconry of Lewes, Messrs. Hunt & Currey, 213 High street
High Constables, Edward Chatfield & Henry Jeffery, jun. esqrs.
Surveyor of Taxes for Lewes Lower Rape & Pevensey, Edmund Watson, esq. Southover
Surveyor of Taxes for Upper Lewes Rape & Seaford, Henry Forder, esq. Brighton
Town Surveyor & ollector of Water Rates, Frank Davey, Cliffe bridge
Collector of Queen's Taxes & Town Rates, Cornelius J. Harris, 2 North street
Lewes Levels, Superintendent of Drainage, Mr. Herbert Morris, Landport cottage
Surveyor of the Roads James Barratt, Castle precincts
Town Crier, Charles Wood, Dolphin lane
Crier for the Hundred of Ringmer, Thomas Gibb, North street, Cliffe
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages & Relieving Officer for the Lewes Union, John Cooke. Castle gate

PLACES OF WORSHIP.
All Saints' Church, Church street, Rev. J. Scobell, M.A. rural dean & surrogate, rector & prebendary of Chichester; Rev. John Twisaday, M.A. curate; Thomas Weller, parish clerk, Eastgate street
St. Michael's Church, High street, Rev. Frederic Woolley, M.A. R.C.L. rector; Edward Pullenger, Keere street. parish clerk
St. Anne's Church, High street. Rev, Augustus Parsons, M.A. rector; Henry French, parish clerk. High street
St. John the Baptist Church, Southover, Rev. John Scobell, M.A. rector; Thomas Goldsmith, parish clerk
St. John's Church, under the Castle, Rev. Robert Scarlett Grignon, B.A. rector; Rev. Alexander Levie, curate, Timothy Cox, sexton
St. Thomas a Becket Church, High street, Cliffe, Rev. John C. Russell, M.A., rector; William Simmonds, parish clerk, 25 North street, Cliffe
South Malling Church, Rev. John Warburton, M.A. perpetual curate; Thomas Acton, parish clerk, East Port lane, Southover
Baptist Chapel, Eastgate, Rev. John B. Pike, minister, South street
Tabernacle Chapel (Independent), High street, Rev. John Webb, minister
Jireh Chapel (Calvinist). North street, Cliffe, Rev. Matthew Welland, minister
Bethesda Chapel (Independent) & Town Mission Room, St. John street
Presbyterian Church, Cliffe, Rev. John Prentice, minister
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Fisher street
Providence Chapel (Independent), Lancaster street, Rev. E. Vinall, minister
Unitarian Chapel, 92 High street, Rev. Thomas Carter, minister
Wesleyan Chapel, Station street
Friend's Meeting House & Burial Ground, Friars' walk

SCHOOLS.
Free Grammar, High street. Rev. Frederic Woolley, M.A. B.C.L. head master
British, Lancaster street, James Richmond, master; Mrs. Eliza burrows, mistress
National, Lansdowne pl. James Cresswell Clough, master; Miss Charlotte Jackson, mistress
Infant, Church street, Miss Willing, mistress
South Malling Parochial, Miss Harriet Hewett, mistress
Industrial (supported by subscription), St. John street, Mrs. Martha Ann Tomset, mistress

NEWSPAPERS.
Sussex Advertiser (tuesday, & people's edition on wednesday), (George P. Bacon, publisher), High street
Sussex Agricultural Express (twice a week, tuesday & saturday), (William Edwin Baxter, publisher), 35 High street
East Sussex News, fridays, Farncombe & Bates, publishers, Market street

HOTELS.
Bear, High street, Cliffe, Sydney Hamilton Adey
Crown, High street, Henry Wingham
Star, High street, Robert Geer
White Hart, Mrs. High street, Ellen Stenning

CONVEYANCE.
London, Brighton & South Coast Railway, with branches to Newhaven, Uckfield & Eastbourne, James Brook, station master; Edward Oliver, superintendent of permanent way

CARRIERS.
ALCISTON - Unsted, from 'Thatched House,' monday & wednesday
ALFRESTON - Miles, tuesday & saturday
ARLINGTON - Unsted, from 'Thatched House,' monday
BERWICK - Westgate, tuesday & saturday
BLACKBOYS - Diplock, from Swan inn, tuesday & saturday
BLATCHINGTON - Earl, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday & friday; Lower, from 'Dorset Arms,' wednesday & saturday
BRIGHTLING - Collins, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday
BRIGHTON - Holder, from 'Running Horse,' daily; Finch, from 'Black Horse,' daily
BURWASH - Jenner, from Bear yard, monday
BUXTED - Bourner, from Swan inn, tuesday, thursday & saturday
CHAILEY - Anscombe, from 'Elephant & Castle,' tuesday, thursday & saturday
CHIDDINGLY - Westgate, from 'Wheatsheaf,' tuesday & saturday
CROSS-IN-HAND - Saunders, from 'Wheatsheaf,' friday
DALLINGTON - Collins, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday
DANEHILL - Gurr, from 'Elephant & Castle,' tuesday & friday
DICKER - Gosden, from Beard's brewey, tuesday
DITCHLING - Judge, from 'Elephant & Castle,' tues. & friday
EASTBOURNE - Lewis, from Fountain inn, tuesday & friday
EAST HOTHLY - Kingman, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday, thursday & saturday
FIRLE - Wood, from Fountain inn, tuesday & saturday
FLETCHING - Anscombe, from Swan inn, tues. & saturday
FOREST ROW - Crowhurst, from Hillman's yard, friday
FRAMFIELD - Diplock, from Swan inn, tuesday & saturday
HADLOW DOWN - Packham, from Swan inn, tuesday
HAILSHAM - Haryott, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday & friday; Pope, from Swan inn, tuesday & friday
HEATHFIELD - Collins, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday
HELLINGLY & HORSEBRIDGE - Haryott, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday & friday; Pope, from Swan inn, tues. & fri
HORSTED KEYNES - Bish, from Beard's brewery, tues. & fri
HURST GREEN - Jenner, from Bear yard, monday
ISFIELD & SHORTBRIDGE - Camfield, from Stag inn, monday & friday
MARESFIELD - Standen, from Swan fun, saturday; Bourner, from Swan inn, tuesday, thursday & saturday
MAYFIELD - Weaver, saturday
NEWHAVEN - Earl, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday & friday; Harris, from 'Dorset Arms,' wednesday & saturday; Lower, 'Dorset Arms,' wednesday & saturday
NEWICK - Vainham from 'Elephant & Castle,' tuesday & saturday; Billingshurst, 'Elephant & Castle,' tuesday. thursday & saturday
PIDDINGHOE - Earl, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday & friday; Lower, from 'Dorset Arms,' wednesday & saturday
RINGMER - Kingman, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday, thursday & saturday
RODMILL - Earl, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday & friday; Lower, from 'Dorset Arms,' wednesday & saturday
ROTHERFIELD - Walters, monday
RIPE - Tingley
SCAYMES HILL - Anscombe, from 'Elephant & Castle,' tuesday, thursday & saturday
SEAFORD - Earl, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday & friday; Lower, from 'Dorset Arms,' wednesday & saturday
UCKFIELD - Bourner, from Swan inn, tuesday, thursday & saturday; Brown from Swan inn. tuesday, thurs. & satur.
WALDRON - Vine, from Swan inn, saturday
WARBLETON - Collins, from 'Dorset Arms,' tuesday
WEST HOTHLY - Bish, from Beard's brewery, tues. & friday
WILLINGDON- Lewis, from Fountain inn. tuesday & friday
WILMINGTON - Davis from 'Thatched House,' tuesday; Unsted, from 'Thatched House,' monday & wednesday

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