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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 7 The Order of the Hospitals.

    shal at Ordinary Courtes appoint two Auditors, aswell to audite the same his Accompte, as alsoe the Accompte of Blackwell Hall , or other such like: And if he the said Clerke, or any other, whose Accompte shal be so

    Book 3, Chapter 5 Bassings Hall Ward. [S. Michael Bassishaw]

    thereof. An Act of Common Council, held August the 1st , in the 8th of Henry VIII . concerning Blackwell Hall . W HEREAS by an Act of Common Councel, in the 22d Year of the Reign of King Richard

    Book 1, Chapter 28 The Fire of London.

    6 000 The Sessions House 7 000 The Guild Hall, and Courts and Offices belonging to it 40 000 Blackwell Hall 3 000 Bridewell 5 000 Poultry Counter 5 000 Woodstreet Counter 3 000 939 000 To which add, Towards

    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    to the Chamber of London , the Sum of 300l. toward the new building of old, ruined and decayed Blackwell Hall , in London : It being a Market Place for the Selling of Woollen Cloths, on such usual Market

    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents

    of this Ward. p. 53. CHAP. V. BASSINGSHALL Ward. The Bounds. Weavers Company. Bassingshall. The Family of the Bassings Blackwell Hall , a Market for Cloth. St. Michael Bassishaw . The present State of this Ward. p. 65. CHAP. VI.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chesham

    Blackwell Hall 251 (q.v.), with which it descended and in which it appears to have merged. It is mentioned last as a distinct manor in 1613 , 252 and in the 18th century is comprised in that of Blackwell Hall

    Durham Churches and advowsons

    two chalices, two patens, a flagon and almsdish given in 1889 under the will of Robert Henry Allan of Blackwell Hall , Darlington . The registers begin in 1559 . ADVOWSONS The church of ST. NICHOLAS , a rectory originally

    Friaries The observant friars of Greenwich

    cloth for their habits of the price of 5 marks sterling every cloth as it shall cost me in Blackwell hall of London over and beside the charges of the workmanship of the same cloths.' Harl. MS. 1231, fol. 2

    Textile industries since 1550

    bulk of the county's production was sent up to London as it left the fulling-mill to be sold in Blackwell Hall , either to clothiers who finished it for the home market or to export merchants who sent it in

    Witney borough Economic history: economic life 1500 to 1800 36. Seal of the Witney Blanket Company .

    and Wilmots, 40 London connections were important throughout the 16th century, and so remained. Witney clothiers selling cloth at Blackwell Hall in London in the 1560s included members of the Collier, Bishop, Jones, Rankell, and Yate families, 41 and several

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26, R. and G. Lee, R. J. Bras. sey, Pnd F. Farr, Lombard'st. bankers.-Nov. 25, S. Shirley, Basinghall st. Blackwell hall factor.-Nov. 25, E. Oke, Falmouth, tailor.-Nov. 24, T. K Creak and J. & J. Corsbie, Durant's Wharf, Rotherhithe, mast Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and '1'. Ed- wards, Castle, Northwich, shipwrights-S. and W. Stace, Has. tings, Sussex, blacksmiths-S. N. Cowley and H3. Hewetson, Blackwell hall court, Cateaton street, merchants-A, and S. Shove, London street, Greenwich, corn dealers-W. Hims. worth and T. M'Coy, Salford, Lancashire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hnbiiourne, Essex, victualler. *;:ANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. ? ,' ozar, Nottingham, lace manufacturers. i3 BANKRUPTS. k v r til,, Basinghall street, Blackwell Hall factors. ' aIonutall street. - 1,'zaa Bayham street South, Camden town, builder. o-61i"r and Soe, Dyer's buildings, Holborn. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    father, who seemed mulc affected; the prisoner also appeared quite convulsed. The witness-I am prisoner's father. I am a Blackwell Hall lac tor. Prisoner had a very had illness when between four sita five yearsold. He was subject to paraiysed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    terrace, Peckham, rmer chant-January 13, 1'. D. Latham, Devonshire square, Ctty, merchant-January 11, H. and A. Wood, Basinghall street, Blackwell Hall factors-January 11, T. Peden, Berwick street, Soho, and Oxford street, coach maker-January 11, 1. Fellman, Fore street, Liruehouse, brewer-J-anuary Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    THOMAS MILES, Theft, 26/02/1783

    and I am sure it is the same; it was upon the cloth when the waggon was unloaded at Blackwell Hall, and I saw it at the Old Change, and the prisoner unloaded the waggon for the waggoner, he rode

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