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    Andrews, Edward, Esq., Rose Cottage
    Avann, Mr. William, Mount House
    Biron, Rev. Edwin, High street
    Brockman, Rev. Thomas, Beachborough House
    Brockwell, Mr. Thomas, Marine parade
    Buckthorn, Mr. George, Albion villas
    Butler, Mr. Thomas, High street
    Carter, Mrs., Glennie House
    Clarke, Edward, Esq., High street
    Clemments, Mr. Henry, Hillside cottage
    Crespigny, Major George C. B., Church House
    Denne, Thomas, Esq., Hillside street
    Denne, Mrs., Hillside House
    Eastes, Silvester, Esq., High street
    Elvey, Mr. Norris, High street
    Evans, Mr. William, Albion villas
    Fagge, Mrs., sen., High street
    Fagge, Mr. Charles, High street
    Formby, Rev. R. E., M.A., Marine parade
    Frampton, Miss, High street
    Hay, Colonel C. C., Paddock House
    Impett, Mrs., Hillside street
    Kelly, Richard Seymour, Esq., Military road King, General Richard, Swiss villa
    Loud, Mrs., Romney road
    Mackey, Miss, Albion villas
    McNeal, Captain William Hamilton, Douglass House, High street
    Manclarke, Mr. William, High street
    Marshall, Mrs., High street
    May, Mr. Christopher, Church street
    Micheaux, Mr., High street
    Monypenny, Philip, Esq., Hillside street
    Nelson, Mr. John, Bank street
    Pidduck, Mrs., Botolph bridge
    Pitt, Captain, Ivy hill
    Powel, Thomas, Esq., Hillside street
    Rayner, William, Esq., High street
    Rayner, Mrs., High street
    Rolfe, Mr., John, Church street
    Sandilands, Philip, Esq., Elm terrace
    Shipdem, George, Esq., Paddock House
    Smith, Mr. William, Myrtle Cottage
    Smith, William S., Esq., Hillside street
    Taylor, Miss, Hillside street
    Waters, Mrs., Albion villas
    Watts, James, Esq., Stude street
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