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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Crowders Well.] Cripplegate Ward. [Present State.]

    Court, very good, and well built, with a Free stone Pavement. Cradle Court, pretty large and good, falls into Bowling Alley in Whitecross street . Pauls Alley, very long, with some pretty handsome Houses, fit for good Inhabitants; and runs

    Book 3, Chapter 10 [Present State Queen Hith Ward. of this Ward.]

    Wharf ; and this is the Eastern Limits of this Ward. Then on the North side are these Places. Bowling Alley , a small Place, which falls into Sugar loaf Court, now taken up for a Brewhouse. St. Michael Queen

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    it receiveth these Places, viz. Horn Court, Tomkin's Yard, Moor's Yard, and Laundrey's Alley; all of ordinary Account. The Bowling Alley falls into Great Deans Yard , in the North: It is well built and inhabited; i n which are

    Book 6, Chapter 4 The Government of it.

    was called Richard Garret 's Ward. The sixth Ward was the Old Palace , Round Wool -staple, and the Bowling Alley . John Jennings , Inn-keeper, was Headborough of this Ward, and it was called John Jennings his Ward. The

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. S. Georges Parish, Streets, &c.

    Street, with good built Houses: at the upper end of the Street next to Pepper street is a pretty Bowling Alley . WORCESTER STREET lies between Queen street and Castle street ; a pretty open and streight Street, indifferently well

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Lewis, on an im- proved and extended scale. Splendid Military Band, Pro- menade Concerts, Vocal and-Instrumental.- Grand American Bowling Alley and celebrated Iced Drinks. Superb Fire- works by Mortram, varied each night. In fact, every pos- sible inducement for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lewis, on an im- proved and extended scale. Splendid Military Band, Pro- menade Concerts, Vocal and Instrumental. GGrand American Bowling Alley and celebrated iced drinks. Superb Fire- works by Mortram, varied each night. In fact, every pos- sible inducement for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. A. P. Llewellyn appeared for the complaina<1ts.-It was stated that the defendants had taken . "drift" in the Bowling Alley seam by contract. They absented themselves from their work on the 25th November, and in consequence of their neglect Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Mon-0s ....... .........4.6 0.-The Yard Mine........ . 5 -1-The Birches .......... : 5 0 4.-The Teo Foot................7 6 S.-The Bowling Alley............. 46 6.-The HlollyI.ae................6 0 7.-Tho Mordl Mine .............. 46 S.-The New Mine............... 5 ti-The 13anbury .4....6. 10.-The Coelus-ead ...........: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parlour, Bar, eight Sleeping Rooms,. Cooking Kitcben, Brewhose, five Cellars, Warehouse, witat Room over, a feurstaI Stable, Coach-house, Piggerife, Bowling Alley, and large Garden. Tha back Premie are approached by a ariage read, with folding doors. The Properly l Copyhold Subscribers-only content

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