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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bethlem Hospital.

    Bread for Supper. Friday. Bread and Cheese and Butter for Dinner. Milk Pottage or other Pottage for Supper. Saturday. Pease Pottage , Rice Milk , and Furmity. Or other Pottage and Bread for Dinner. And Bread and Cheese and Butter

    Book 1, Chapter 26 The WORKHOUSE in Bishopsgatestreet.

    Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, is Bread and Cheese, or Bread and Butter, and Beer. On Mondays, a Pint of Pease Pottage with Bread and Beer. On Tuesdays, a Plumb Pudding Pye of Nine Ounces, and Beer. On Wednesdays, a Pint

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Slaugham PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY SLAUGHAM

    a road branches off west to Horsham , and further north the ground slopes down again to about 270 ft. The area of the parish is 5,482 acres, and it is divided into four districts: Handcross , Pease Pottage

    Crawley New Town Communications

    M 23 motorway east of Crawley was begun only c . 1971 58 and opened as far south as Pease Pottage in Slaugham in 1974 . Crawley Avenue , the north-eastern link, was opened in 1975 ; 59 it was

    Crawley New Town Public services

    extra 350,000 gallons a day from September 1952 . 63 By 1952 the corporation had completed a reservoir at Pease Pottage , south of the town, holding 250,000 gallons, and the main Weir Wood reservoir was finished by 1954 .

    Crawley New Town Economic history

    with competition from hypermarkets outside the new town. The commission successfully opposed a plan for such a market at Pease Pottage (in Slaugham ) in 1973 , and again when it was revived between 1978 and 1981 . 44 It

    Lower Beeding Lower Beeding c. 1875

    east-west road through Colgate was turnpiked in 1771 , forming part of a route from Horsham to Crawley via Pease Pottage in Slaugham . 31 It was superseded for that purpose after 1823 when the modern Horsham-Crawley road through the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday, stocken eHall; Saturday, Ashwell5 at eleven. .vly- and Horsbam-Mooday, Crawley Village; Wednesday, natood Park ; Friday, the Swan, Pease Pottage; at a quarter before eleven. Froxfield; Wednesday, Penwood- Friday, ssthsrl' Park; Saturday, Leckridge Brick Kiln. ptooS Mr -Monday, Holnest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday, Grimasthorp; Saturday, Market Overton; at eleven. Crawley and Horsham-Monday, Pound Hill; Wednesday, the Star, Horsham Common; Friday, Swan, Pease Pottage ; at a quarter before eleven. Conyer's, Mr.-Monday, Blackmsre; at eleven. Drake's, Mr.-Monday, Horton Common; Tuesday, Middleton Toll Bar; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stoke Erd; Thlursday, Burley-oli-the Hill; Saturday, I;!)Ocsinigton; at eleven. Crawley and liorshaki-Monday, The Fox, Thrce Britigcs; Wednesday, The Swan, Pease Pottage; Frisdlay, Hywaiid's Heath; at a qrau ter before eLeven. Drakeb;, Mr.-MiNIrd-ay, Wadilesden Tow;;, Horton; 'I'Treslty, S1dsvWeil HBooe,. Gostord; Thursday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuesday, Thistleton; Tbmsday Burley on the Hill, Saturday, Knossiugton; at eleven. Crawley and Horham-MWonday, Tnrner's Hill; Wednesday, The Swan, Pease Pottage; Friday, 'ihe Bnrrell Arms, West Griostead Cheshire-Maonday, Church Minshull; Tuesday, Mete; Thursday, Brtoomlandos- Friday, Crei~e alla.; at half-past ten. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (T. Broadwood's, Esq.) to the right; and, taking a circle, went right off to Baclan- Hill, and thence to Pease Pottage, over the road through Tilgate Forest to Elags Hill, where \just as his remorseless-and inexorable enemies cams up, he Subscribers-only content

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