Appendix: poor laws, List of witnesses

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Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 63, 1830-1831. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, [n.d.].

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(Note.-The Figures in the Margin refer to the Pages in the Printed Evidence.)

Minutes of evidence taken before the Select Committee appointed to consider of the Poor Laws, and to report their Observations thereupon, from Time to Time, to the House: and who had Leave also to report the Evidence from Time to Time to the House.

List of Witnesses. Page in Printed Minutes.
Bacon, Richard Mackenzie, Esq. of Norwich, residing at Cossey, 155 to 170, and 182 to 186.
Barton, John, Esq. of Stoughton, Sussex, 245 to 255.
Bath and Wells, Bishop of, 222 to 225.
Beard, Rev. James, of Cranfield, Bedfordshire, and a Magistrate of the County, 3 to 13.
Becher, Rev. John Thomas, Rector of Southwell, Nottinghamshire, and a Magistrate for the County, 282 to 310, and 311 to 336.
Cameron, Mr. John, Steward of Mr. Poyntz of Cowdray near Midhurst, 130 to 138.
Chapman, Thomas, Esq. Land Agent and Surveyor, 417 to 428.
Chick, Robert, Drysalter and Agent, Mitcham, Surrey, 71 to 75.
Dawson, Rev. Edmund, Rector of Alford, Lincolnshire, 257 to 267.
Demainbray, Rev. Stephen, Rector of Broad Somerford, Wiltshire, 31 to 38, and 123 to 127.
Estcourt, Thomas, G. B. Esq. M.P. 367 to 382.
Faithful, Rev. Francis Joseph, Rector of Hatfield, Herts, 337 to 356.
Foulis, Rev. Henry, of Wragby, Lincolnshire, and a Magistrate for the County, 90 to 97.
Grey, John, Esq. Magistrate of the County of Durham, residing at Milfield Hill, Northumberland, 171 to 182.
Harrison, Mr. George, Annual Overseer of Lenham, Kent, 116 to 121.
Hodges, Thomas Law, Esq. M. P. for the County of Kent, and a Magistrate of the County, 14 to 29.
Holloway, Richard, Overseer of the Poor of Shipley, in the Weald of Sussex, 38 to 50.
Partington, Thomas, Esq. of Offham in the Parish of Hamsey near Lewes, Sussex, a Magistrate and Chairman of the Quarter Sessions for the Eastern Division of the County, 77 to 90, and 99, 100.
Pollen, Richard, Esq. residing at Rodbourne in North Wilts, and Chairman of the Quarter Sessions, Hampshire, 62 to 71.
Pym, Francis, jun. Esq. Magistrate of the County of Cambridge, residing at Longstow, 383 to 415.
Sherborn, Mr. Francis, Farmer at Bedfont, Middlesex, 108 to 112.
Simeon, Edward, Esq. of Whitchurch, Oxfordshire, and a Magistrate for the County, 357 to 367.
Slaney, Robert Aglionby, Esq. M.P. for Shrewsbury, 187 to 204.
Spooner, Richard, Esq. residing at Worcester, 207 to 222.
Stanhope, Earl, 267 to 279.
Turner, Mr. Thomas, farming Land in the Parish of Sompting, Sussex, 113 to 116.
Walker, Thomas, Esq. a Magistrate of Lambeth Street Police Office, 100 to 108.
Wardroper, Mr. Richard, Clerk to the Magistrates of the Lower Division of Chichester Rape, residing at Midhurst, 127 to 130.
Wells, Rev. George, of Weston, near Steyning, Sussex, 139 to 153.
Wetherell, Rev. Charles, Rector of Byfield, Northamptonshire, 51 to 62.
Whateley, Rev. Thomas, Vicar of Cookham, 227 to 245.
Winchilsea, Earl of, a Magistrate of and residing in Kent, 204 to 206.
Ximenes, Bart., Sir Morris, a Magistrate of the Counties of Berkshire, Devonshire, and Wiltshire, 431 to 436.