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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Places here.

    Alley is Baker's Court, which hath a Passage into Half Moon Alley, as also into Vine Court , and Chequer Court . Bell Court , but small, and opposite to Bethlem Churchyard; as is Three Leg Alley which is narrow

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Naval Lodge

    Number (1832): 70 Lodge Number (1863): 59 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Chequers, Chequer Court, Charing Cross, London 1739 Crown & Anchor, King Street, Seven Dials, London 1740 Red Lion, Nottingham Court, Seven Dials,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j SPORTING. BETTING AT MANCHESTER- Friday. Chester Cup,- lB to 1 agst Best Bower (t.) ;20to 1 agst Whinstone (t.) ; 25 to 1 agst The Baron (t.) ; 25 to 1 agst Sweetmeat ; 30 to 1 agst Subscribers-only content

    Morning Herald, SATURDAY MAY 5 1792

    - pANK Fr;ad-vancing-Money. The Proprietors AP -inform the ;Noblii; Gentry, md the-public, that thdey havecotfs er:e wrps f Mnegrcay to 3dcyanlcc an rcal'or pefol - ecurity, at 'the' ihoneft soticeand r6n th mlt no mo- d&.r~tetermL' Yey caii.inue grarntingAnnuities Subscribers-only content

    Morning Herald, FRIDAY MAY 11 1792

    as cluded. "Alfo, to take for the fame terni, Grocnd, wvhereon to cre& Three Houfcs, as a continuation of Chequer Court. ce AlMo a large fpot of Ground aij6uling, on a Building Leafe, fo r. rv Thirty-onc Yeairs, from- Midfummer Subscribers-only content

    Morning Herald, FRIDAY MAY 11 1792

    in- cluded. AlPo, to tace for the fame term, Ground, whereon to ereft Three Houfes, as a continuation of Chequer Court. Alfo, a large fipot of Ground adjoining, on a Building Leafs, to r Thirty-ona Years, from Midfurmmer next, whercon Subscribers-only content

    Morning Herald, FRIDAY MAY 18 1792

    Alfo, to take foi the Came term , Ground, whereon to he ereft Three Houfee, as a contitisarion of. Chequer Court. A1f a large fpot of Ground adjoiinng, on aSBuildion Lea1ef , for Thirty-one Years, from Midfummer n xt, whereon-nto Subscribers-only content

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