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NOTES AND- QUERIES. {ii s. XL FEB. 20,


Baily (Edwin), 128, Dyer Street, 1853-75.

Baily & Sons, 128, Dyer Street, 1875-8. Edwin Baily on 1 July, 1875, took his sons T. Canning and William Albert into partner-

Baily & Son, 128, Dyer Street, 1878-94. Edwin'Baily and his son William Albert. The father died in October, 1878.

Baily & Woods, 128, Dyer Street, 1894. William A. Baily and Frederick W. Woods. Mr. Baily died in November, 1907, Mr. Woods continuing the business. Chavasse (Henry) [133], Dyer Street, 1802-28.

Chavasse (Joseph), Dyer Street and Market Place, 1828-33.

Smith (Henry) [133], Dyer Street, opposite Market House, 1834-92. Mr. Smith left Dyer Street about 1864, and continued his business in Lewis Lane. He died 11 Jan., 1892, in his 83rd year.

Harmer (Alfred), 133, Dyer Street, 1864- 1904. Died 9 Oct., 1904. His widow con- tinues the business. Pierce, 1806 (20 Nov.). Election bill. Stevens (W.), Junior, printer, 1814-16. Porter (T. S. ), opposite " The Swan Inn," 1815-18, and Castle Street. Printed The GleanerĀ ; or, Cirencester Weekly Magazine. Brown (J. T.), Castle Street, 1820. Hawkins (Mr.), 1829.

Fowler (William), Cricklade Street, 1830-32. Clift (William), Gosditch Street, 1830-48. Bravender, 1835. Election bill. White (William), 1838.

Bretherton (Daniel), Dyer Street, 1842-8. Printer and proprietor of The Wilts and Glou- cestersh ire Standard.

Baily & Jones, Dyer Street, 1846-53. Baily & Jones founded The Cirencester and Swindon Express and North Wiltshire and Cotsivold Advertiser. Vol. I. No. 1, 24 May, 1851 (Thomas Philip Baily and George Jones). The Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard was founded on 28 Jan., 1837,atMalmesbury, by Mr. Joseph Neeld, and was absorbed by the above, and the two incorporated as a new paper, 31 July, 1852. Printers and proprietors of Wilts and Gloucester- shire Standard and Cirencester and Swindon Express. Baily & Jones last imprint, 20 Aug., 1853 [see above under Baily].

Jones (George), Dyer Street, 1846-75, and 4, Chesterton Terrace. Printer and editor of }\ r ilts and Gloucestershire Standard, 27 August, 1853, to 10 July, 1869. He was drowned at Cirencester, January, 1875.

Harmer (George Henry), Dyer Street and Lewis Lane, 1851-1911. Printer and editor of IVilts and Gloucestershire Standard, 17 July, 1869, to January, 1911. Mr. Harmer died 16 Jan., 1911, having completed his 80th year. His father, Peter Ellis Harmer, a printer, died 12 Dec., 1870. Mr. W. Scotford Harmer is the present editor.

Key worth (H. G.), Dollarward, 1848-52; 127, Dyer Street, 1852-75. Founded The Cirencester Times in 1856, which he continued until 2 Oct., 1875, when he sold it to the North Wilts Herald Co.

Keyworth & Everard, 1875-82. Keyworth took Edward Everard from Baily's into partner- ship. Everard married the sister of Sir George


White, Bart., of Bristol, to which city he after- wards went.

Hart (Stephen John), near " The Swan Inn," 1852-65.

Hart (Robert), Castle Street, 1855-69. Brother of above. He died 24 March, 1869. Mrs, Hart, his daughter, continues the business.

Savory (Charles Henry), 1, Coxwell Street, and afterwards Black Jack Street, 1853-83. Born, in Cirencester, 1828. Died 1883, aged 55.

Savory (Ernest Wyman), Black Jack Street, son of above, 1883-95. In 1895 left for Bristol. Coles (Walter Crosbie), Black Jack Street> 1895-1905. Imprints Savory & Coles. Smith (W. H.) & Son, 1905.

" Hookey Walker," 1865. Election bill.

Hoare (Frank), Coxwell Court, 1866. Private- press. Died 1 Nov., 1895.

Wheeler (W. H.), Dyer Street, 1870-75.

Mann & Cox, Cricklade Street, 1895. Cox went abroad in 1895, Mann continuing the business^

ALPHABETICAL LIST.


Baily (Edwin)

Baily (T. Canning)

Baily (Thomas Philip)

Baily (William Albert)

Baily & Jones

Baily & Sons

Baily & Son

Baily & Woods

Ballinger (John)

Ballinger (Sarah) ..

Ballinger (W.)

Barksdale (John) . .

Bravender

Bretherton (Daniel)

Brown (J. T.)

Chavasse (Henry) . .

Chavasse (Joseph)

Clift (William)

Coles (Walter Crosbie)

Cox

Fowler (William) ..

Harmer (Alfred) ..

Harmer (George Henry)

Harmer (Peter Ellis)

Harmer (Wm. Scotford)

Harmer (Mrs.)

Hart (Robert)

Hart (Stephen John)

Hart (Mrs.) ..

Hawkins (Mr. )

Hill (George)

Hill (G.) & Co . ..

Hill (G.) & Davis (J.)

Hill (Thos.) & Co.

Hill (Mrs.)

Hinton (Thomas) . .

Hoare (Frank)

Jones (George) .. \

Keyworth (H. G.)

Keyworth & Everard

Mann & Cox j

Pierce

Porter (T. S.)

Rudder (Samuel) ..

Savory (Charles Henry)

Savory (Ernest Wyman)

Savory & Coles

Smith (Henry)


1853-78

1875-8

1831-53

1875-190X

1846-53

1875-8

1878-94

1894

1723-42

1742-57

1723

1680-1713.

1835.

1842-8

1820

1802-28

1828-33

1830-48

1895-1905"-

1895

1830-32

1864-1904

1851-191L

d. 1870

1911

1904

1855-69'

1852-65

1869

1829

1739-64

1741-2

1741

1742-7

1775

1718-24

1866 -189 5-

1846-75

1848-75

1875-82

1895

1806

1815-18

1749-1801

1853-83

1883-1905-

1895-1905-

1834-92