Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette, 3 December 1879, page 8


Local Board – There will be no contested election this year, Mr G Paulin retiring in favour of Mr C Simmons, and Mr Monk being nominated in the room of the late Mr JB Byles.  We would fain have retained the usefulness of Mr Paulin at the Board, but it would be selfish to urge it at the personal inconvenience of that gentleman.

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette, 13 November 1869, page 7


A meeting of the Local Board was held on Monday evening last to arrange for the retirement of certain members whose term of office has expired, but who will it is expected become candidates for re-election at the proper time.  Their names are Messrs Burn, Brooks, Lucey and Mercer.  Consequent upon notice as to legal proceedings taken by Mr F Paulin against the Board to recover for the loss of light and air to a cellar, which the Board deprived him of some time back, by covering the opening in with a large flagstone, a discussion thereon occupied the members for some time.  It was ultimately proposed that the light should be reinstated, but was not carried.

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette 14 December 1867, page 8


Police Court, Dec 7

Before G Paulin, Esq

Henry Myers of London, was fined £2 10s for hawking on the 10th inst, without a license.

Petty Sessions Dec 9

Before the Mayor, G Paulin and WH Brakspear, Esquires

William Vaughan of Henley, 15 was charged by E Kinch with stealing a bottle of brandy on the 2nd inst.  Reprimanded and discharged on account of his youth.



Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette 22 April 1865, page 7


Election of Burgesses – at a recent meeting of the Corporation of Henley, Mr EM Williams, gentleman; Mr Henry Toovey, gentleman; Mr George Riggs, maltster; and Mr Frederick Paulin, brewer, were elected burgesses of that body.

Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette, 29 September 1866, page 8

Mayoralty – Tuesday last being the day appointed by the Charter for swearing in the officers for the year ensuing, the members attended divine service at the parish church. On their return to the Town Hall, Mr George Paulin took the oaths as Mayor and Coroner of Henley, and Messrs B Palmer and W Hews as bridgemen. At 6pm the event was celebrated by a dinner at the Town Hall, consisting of the delicacies of the season and which was with excellent arrangement supplied by Miss Eyers of the Catherine Wheel Hotel.