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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 6 [Maiors and Sheriffs.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Grantham . 16 Edw' II. } Sheriffs, { Richard de Ely . MAIOR, Hamond Chickwell , Pepperer. Fish and Flesh Market established at the Stocks, in the midst of the City. A.D. 1323 . } { Adam of Salisbury .

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Cornhill Ward.

    . Merchant Taylors Hall. St Martins Outwich Church. Cornehill Ward. A Market place upon Cornhill . Fish Market . Flesh Market at Leadenhall . Alteration of Prizes in short time. The Prizes of Flesh. A. M. Standard of Thames -water

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Places here.

    inferior to any in London , is in this Ward; but the other parts of Leadenhall , viz. the Flesh Market , and the Fish Market , & c. are in Limestreet Ward. From this Street the Ward, with somewhat

    Book 2, Chapter 12 Candlewick Ward. Modern State thereof.

    was afterwards removed to Leadenhall Street , and now is kept in Leadenhall . But still Eastcheap continues a Flesh Market , and is inhabited by a great many Butchers, as is Little Eastcheap also. This Street is a great

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of St Albans Introduction

    divided into spaces for the booths or stalls of different trades, of which we have mention of the Butchery, Flesh Market or 'Fleshambles,' the Fish Market or Fish Shambles, the Malt Cheping, the Corn Market or Wheat Cheping, the Leather

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Constitution). The inter- ested dtpendents of an Administratiorr may, to concili- ate a party, or to let an untenanted Flesh Market, vio- late the most positive professions and abandon their cause, but ffotests have a moral assurance, that l t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHAPTER XL THB DCNDBB BANK BOBBBRY, AND HOW IT WAS ACCOXT-r.IdHBO. The narrow escape they had made from capture gave Deacon Brodie and his associates a thorough fright, and it was a long time ere they had sufficient courage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £4 under that of last year ; and Mr M'Leod the High- gate and other customs at £55. The Flesh Market, Meal Market, and Weighhouse dues were knocked down to Mr James Love at £38. Mr Alex. M'Donald officiated as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRICES OF SHARES- August 8, ISR4 3 Paid J per Description of Stock. Divi- i. aB j ■Share dends. £. £ S RAILWAYS. Pr.Cent £ s o 25 25 0 Arbroath and Forfar .. 6 „ 32 12 <> Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR BRIGHT ON LOYALTY IN IRELA_n>. SEVERE LETTER Mr John Bright, replying tv a communication on loyal organisation, in Ireland from Mr Hastings, writes : - Reform Club, March '„». Dear Sir,- Surely you need uo opinion of mine Subscribers-only content

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