agents for the sale of the magazine are Richard Eykyn, Mr Hoppett, Mrs Humphreys, William Lloyd. The printers of the magazine are W. Parke, Printer, High Street Wolverhampton but the printers who bound the magazines seemed to have been Steen and Blacket of Queen Square. The parochial lending library will be in the charge of Mr Lloyd. W.A. Firth is the new curate. The night school closed for the winter and 29 lads had attended. The population of the parish is 1,700 but last Easter Day there were only 120 taking communion. The parish officers for 1874 apart from the churchwardens and lay representatives to the rural deanery of trysull (richard Eykyn and Thomas Smith) are Guardians of the Poor - Arthur Worrall and Thomas Smith, Overseers of the Poor - Richard Wilson, William W. Nock, William Sing and Roland Smithyman. Waywardens - Arthur Blundell and Humphrey Bowen and Parish Constables - William Mulliner, George Foxall, Luke Sadler, Thomas Botley, John Barney, George Macefield, George Lloyd, Edward Boucher, John Evers, William Lewis, William Reynolds
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