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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Borough government

    which they were allowed to carry on without becoming freemen of the town. The two governors of the Dutch Bay Hall and their 22 assistants made and changed regulations for the bay trade, and their officers inspected and sealed all

    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Economic history

    a total population of some 10,500- 11,000. The immigrants were granted considerable privileges, most notably control of the Dutch Bay Hall to which all 'new draperies' were taken for inspection and sealing before sale. Despite recurrent disputes with English weavers

    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Social structure

    asset that had been a key to its economic success for over 100 years, when it mortgaged the Dutch Bay Hall and its profits besides the borough lands to wealthy burgesses. 14 Social Disturbance Seventeenth-century Colchester witnessed the simultaneous growth

    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Topography

    corn market between 1627 and 1629 , and by 1631 the rooms above the Red Row formed the Dutch Bay Hall . 71 West of St. Runwald's church, a market cross with an open ground floor and a room above

    Markets and fairs

    1686, and 1720. 57 In 1729 the keepership of the wool market was granted to the keepers of the bay hall, and although the borough made a lease of both the market and the hall in 1732 , the market

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 5 Bassings Hall Ward.

    House, whereof the Ward taketh name. It beginneth in the South, by the late spoken Market House, called the Bay Hall , which is the last of Coleman street Ward . Th s Street runneth from thence, North, down to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    South Siields, Durham. soap manufacturers-Caroline Msaley and Elizabeth Wood, Regent circlrs, Oxford street, childbed linen dealers-J. and W. Stork, Bay Hall, Ituddersfield, dyers- B. Green, Jan. and N. W. Hale, Lewes, Sussex, ironmongers-H. Payne and J. Danby, Lower Cropley terrace, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    si;uht. - tirst prie : Exhibi.r, Air. John Inman, I' Rbin Hiood, iligh d1ose breeder, ir. Alired R lushsorth Bay Hall, llunddersield. "'Tloy." Age, 2 years, cecond : stihibitor Air. Johnt tienshall, C'oss T.ane, S"tiotd. " i'ollch.ti Aze, ovcr 18 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14, St. Jamesr' Square, retired lieutenant. WM. WOODROUGH, Mexborough, Yorkshire, grocer. EDWARD MUFF, Leeds, oil merchant. THOS. HIRST KAYE, Bay Hall, Birkby, near Huddersfield. Yorkshire' AJISALOM ROBERTS, Cleckheston, Birstal, Yorkshire, blanket manufacturer, WILLIAM ROBERT BETT, Quadring, Lincoln, grocer. JACOB GARLICK, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crouch, Son, and Cof) Falmouth, corn and flour merchant; sdjudicatiot dated Janu- ary 6. Thomas a irst 1 aye, Bay Hall, Birkl.y, near S uddersfieldo gentleman; adjudication dated Mlarch 8, 1871. Adotphus Frederick Carey, Brixham, clerk in holy order; adjudication Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'The Vi"vo Lande. Mosaeley .........;.......I. . 120 No 31 Ilarbgrito 11usd. Edibaston I..... ...... . 125 Moiehley Cottaeew lechrornle.:.........-sti Bay Hall. '1'lok.t'e . ..................... C::: O Oak Hlouse. Miary, Street ...........1.... 1). O Loddlegien Reuser. Iugby................ .....Is Florduce'VllmlAv 'inel cte Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SHAW, John (c.1617-90), of Colchester, Essex.

    local commissioners of accounts, and on 15 Aug. reported from the committee to confirm the authority of the Dutch Bay Hall in Colchester. After the recess he read a letter from the mayor complaining of the confiscation of several wagonloads

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