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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. Present State.

    large one, called Dukes Place Court; and to these two Courts, there are two Out-letts into that part of Dukes Place which fronteth London Wall , along which is a narrow Lane, called commonly Dukes Place , which turning South

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. Dukes Place.

    , and Blew Mantle. ] TRINITY CHRITS CHURCH, now called St. JAMES DUKES PLACE. At this time the Inhabitants, dwelling and abiding in the said Dukes Place , became utterly destitute of any Parish Church, for resorting to God's Divine

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. Dukes Place.

    Ward. Dukes Place . Holy and Undivided Trinity [in some Remembrance probably of the old Priory of the Holy Trinity , on part of which Ground the Church now stood. ] And he named it, The Church or Chapel of

    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. St. James Dukes Place.

    the justice of the Suit. Trinity Christs Church, afterwards called S. James Dukes Place . The long decayed Ruins of Trinity Christs Church in the Dukes Place . Norman , the first Prior, was made an Alderman of London ,

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. St. Mary Overy.

    was there kept for the King. [This House was also called, while it was in the Dukes Possession, The Dukes Place . Which Place he exchanged with the said King Henry VIII . And the King in exchange gave him

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

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    Richard Boile, Sexual Offences, 12/10/1687

    of August, 1685, and she being yet alive, Married one Susannah Moise , the 29th of Janu. 1687 at Dukes Place . As for the second Marriage he owned it, but denyed the first, whereupon the Witnesses were sworn for

    G - D -, Sexual Offences, 15/01/1691

    the Reign of our Late Sovereign Lord Charles the Second, and afterwards was Marryed to one Christian Artichel at Dukes Place , the former Wife Jones, being alive , which Woman came as an Evidence against him. The Prisoner denyed

    Ar Lane, Theft, 10/09/1718

    of Dukes Place , was indicted for feloniously stealing 2 yards and half of Velvet, value 32 s. in the dwelling House of Moses Israel , the 5th of August last; the Evidence deposed the Prisoner being employ'd to work

    Ordinary's Account, 17/05/1676

    other person executed, was Henry Sea brooke : He was condemned the former Sessions for robbing the Merchant at Dukes Place ; but upon his pretending to discover the rest of the Cabal, and other great matters, was kept from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PREMISES, known as Mason's Mine \ aults, with a Tap, and Five Dwelling Houses, -ituate on the East-side of Dukes Place, 1 louud-^litrh, communiaitiug into Hen;ige-lane. Eaily possession may be had of the Wine Vaults, Tap, and Two Dwelling Houses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amorous signification Of bataille and of cheval rie, Of Ladies 1 love aud druerie, Anon I wol you tell. Dukes Place (city) the great resort of Ihe Jews, took its name from Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, who, in 1562, had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occupation of the Vendor, containing 10a. 3b. 16p. or thereabouts. LOT 4. A Newly-erected FAEM HOUSE and Outbuildings, called "Dukes Place," with several Closes or Parcels of Arable, Meadow, or Pssture LAND, containing together 77a. 3r. 9p. or thereabouts ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vendor, containing 10a. 3r. 16f. or thereabo." • % LOT 4. A Newly-e.e;.*t I ARM HOUSE and Outbuildings, called "Dukes Place, " with several Closes or Parcels of Arable, Meadovr, or Pnstnre LAND, containing together 77a. 3r. Gp. or thereabouts; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occupation of the Vendor, containing 10a. 3r. 16p. or thereabouts. LOT 4. A Newly-erected FARM HOUSE and Outbuildings, called "Dukes Place," with several Closes or Parcels of Arable, Meadow, or Pasture LAND, containing together |Ta. 3r. 9p. or thereabouts ; Subscribers-only content

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