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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 1 Vintrie Ward.

    Cloak lane: which falleth into Dowgate hill, a pretty good Building, as to its bigness. Garlick Hill takes its beginning in the North from Bow lane , and falls into Thames street , a place well built, and inhabited. In

    Book 3, Chapter 1 [Chief Streets.] Vintrie Ward.

    by Cordwainers Ward. The chief Streets in this Ward are Thames street , and New Queen street , Then Garlick Hill , and Colledge-hill, St. Thomas Apostles , in which said Streets and Hills, are several Lanes, Courts and Alleys.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. James Garlickhithe

    ST. JAMES GARLICKHITHE. RENTS. MS. p. 139. £ Garlick Hill. Mr. Hanch 8 Mr. Thompson 12 Mr. Spenser 16 Mr. Jones 12 Mr. Nox 4 Mr. Shipp 24 Mr. Dades 40 Mr. Jefferis 8 Mr. Paul 30 His tenant 7

    Memorial II, The Yeoman or Batchelor's Company

    "3 Shears Court," described by Stowe in his Survey 4 as lying adjacent to the church of St. James', Garlick Hill, 5 and the complaint against them was that they "lived by themselves alone in companies," against the licence or

    Cases brought before the committee, June 1644, 01 June 1644-30 June 1644

    respited till further order, as he has been a great sufferer by the King's forces. 4 287 Rob. Gore, Garlick Hill, and Shacklewell. 12 June 1644. Vol. A No. or p. Assessed at 250 l . 65 71 29 June Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 January 1627-29 February 1628

    , Sir William, letter of Gargrave , Mary, protection to Garland , the documents dated from Matthew petition of Garlick Hill , document dated from Hithe, document dated from Garnett , Mons de Garrett , George Garretson , Claus. Garsh Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Margery, xi, 77, 187, 225 -, William, 414 See also Allen. Garforthe , Thomas, 461 Garlande , John, 131 Garlick Hill , 88 Garlickhithe , St. James' in, see St. James', Garlickhitbe. Garnett , John, 86 Garrall , William, 430

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    St, London 1734 Bull's Head & Three Tuns, Newgate St, London 1748 Griffin, [Green Dragon], Fleet Street, London 1748 Dog Tavern, Garlick Hill, Thames Street, London 1752 White Swan, Whitecross Street, London 1763 White Swan, Bunhill Row, Moorfields, London 1773

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GORE, Gerard (c.1653-c.1706), of Garlick Hill, London and Tunstall, Kent.

    (c.1653-c.1706), of Garlick Hill, London and Tunstall, Kent. Constituency Dates Queenborough 1681 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Kent 1689-1705. Biography Gore, a cousin of Sir John Gore, came of a well-established London merchant family. It was presumably through his father-in-law’s

    WATSON, Brook (1735-1807), of East Sheen, Surr.

    as a staunch friend of Pitt’s administration, being placed second in the poll. He was in business at 25 Garlick Hill, Thames Street, and as a spokesman for the mercantile interest seconded Duncombe’s motion of 14 Dec. 1790 for an

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    First micnufoecttcred 1742. Sold by the Toede from the Casob, acid Inllb, end i~b. Ccslatrist.-lleero, Robinson, Beilville, 5n0 Co,, Garlick Hill, Ceosnon Steet, London.I au I I I II I I I II I LEASEHOLD RUSIDE ORE BY Messrs. CHESS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    renOteed FIstB mlSefacuceMUST.ARDd and full approval hv S~vtand Snub.t maundtib.otnin 17B , 8a ~ld eeI llehorra ill ano Co.. Garlick Hill, Cannon SatreO~b~et, Londicon.ut Bollillard P ATENT RIPaCIE STAR3H WAS AWARDED A PRIZE MElDAL &t the interrational ExhIbition for Superb,1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who has been for several years i the service of Messrs. Keen and Co., wholesale mustard and blue manufacturers, Garlick Hill, was on Frida, brought ulp at the MIansion House, and committed for triaO for embezzling various sum"s of money Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    defendant. The 5taintiff was en ironninster, of Weast B3romwich, and the defendant was an irosmonger, carrying on business in Garlick Hill, Upper Thames Street, London. On the 30th June last Mir. Allen, tire plitntiff's agent, cr1lled on the defendant, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the title" On a Grain of Mustard-seed" Mr. Joseph, Hatton gives a good desription of the. gigatic industry ata Garlick Hill, where K~eens :mustard establisbed itself in 1742. Mr. G. A. Sala is rigbht a nnd full of curious-information in Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Gossip about London City, 1742-1892

    for debtors,? and a once famous landmark, existed nearer to St. Paul's at the? time that the estabhshment on Garlick Hill was founded in 1742.? This was the old Lud Gate, which stood, as other gates and portions? ^)f the Subscribers-only content

    The ancient arms of the Savoy

    (The ancient arms of the Savoy) [Theater, Theater programs, Printed ephemera] JOP9JIQ iBDisnj\[ E 'II PUB T spy naaMiaq sainuim Si inoqB jo iBAjaiui ub aq hiav aaaqx uapjEQ s,o>|-o>|--|| }ov? i eouepiseu \^\o\\\0 «.o><"0>j ^o pjBA H"oO— "I Subscribers-only content

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