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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Benefactors.

    00 00 Mr. Francis Erington, Merchant Taylor, 10 00 00 Mr. Henry Butler , Draper, 005 00 00 Mr. Peter Hall , Draper, 003 00 00 Mr. George Chamberlain , Ironmonger, 005 00 00 Mr. Thomas Church , Draper, 005

    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    Hospital , 10l.; to Christ's Hospital , 5l.; and to St. Bartholomew's and Bridewell , 5l. to each House. Peter Hall , Draper, gave to Christ's Hospital , 10l.; to St. Bartholomew's , 3l.; and the like to St. Thomas

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Combe Fields

    marked on the O.S. maps, north of the Abbey , is of doubtful antiquity. Due east of it is Peter Hall , a farmhouse largely of 18th-century red brick but incorporating the remains of the church of Smite, consisting of

    Parishes Suckley

    1490 151 licence was given to Peter Hall to found a chantry of one chaplain, to be called 'the chantry of the Blessed Mary and St. Katherine of John Hall 152 and Peter Hall .' 153 The actual foundation did

    Salisbury City government, 1612-1835

    p. 1342; Sar. Corp. MSS. Ledger E. ( 14 Nov. 1764 ); Ledger G. ( 9 May 1827 ). Peter Hall , Brief Hist. Old and New Sarum ( 1834 ), 20. See p. 87. Sar. Corp. MSS. Ledger E.

    Parishes Milston

    1824), who devised it to the Revd. Christopher Erle . 148 Before 1832 Erle sold it to the Revd. Peter Hall (d. 1849), whose trustees in 1834 presented him as rector. 149 It was bought by C. E. Rendall and

    Stratford-sub-Castle

    107-36. Kelly 's Dir. Wilts . Ch. Com., no. 66622, pp. 107-36. For a view c . 1834, see Peter Hall , Picturesque Memorials of Salisbury , woodcut 4. In a later edn. of this print ( Views of Salisbury

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in crifortoble eircsiastaoces, blt apprenticed hini to a chiuosey-sweeper a few years ago. His mnster 4isposed of bint to Peter Hall, of Keighley, awtm, he said, nsed himn most inhiuanly, often beating him, and allowitg hlime nothing but the soot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quarto of twelve leaves, printed in black letter, was re- printed in 1827, in the Crypt, by the Rev. Peter Hall. I It is now reedited, with a Preface and Glossary, by Dr Fitz-Edward Hall, Sanscrit Professor in King's College, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5th inst., belonging to a widow woman named Griffiths, who was also summoned for knowingly permitting the samee. Mr. Peter Hall, the Inspector to the Society for the Protection of Climbing Boys, laid the information; and Mr. A. F. Morgan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a living by laying informations. -Mr. Maltby remarked that the boy did not lay the information,' but that Mr. Peter Hall, tbs inspector, wan authorieed'by the society to do so. Mr. Warmingten then objected that the defen- dent was not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rowley (both Magistrates for the city and county), the renewal of licenses to the llconsedvictuallers took place without eomplaint.-Mr. Peter Hall, of Birmingham (In- spector appointed by theSociety forPreventing the Employment of Climbing Boys), charged Whitehouse, a master sweep, ofTamworth, Subscribers-only content

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