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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. St. Botolph's.

    our Near neighbouring Point, of Petty France small Bound. So Martin of the Tower may well be said T'have dyed in England , Yet in France was laid. Aug. 10. 1626 . In Petty France , out of Christian Burial,

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Petty France.

    Bishopsgate Ward . Petty France . But take the Figure of the Monument, with some farther Account thereof. T HIS Monument , with the Characters ingraven about it, stands in Petty France , at the West End of the lower

    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. MARGARET's New Chapel.

    Chapel . Petty France , a good handsome Street, which cometh out of Tuthil-street, and runneth into James's-street ; and here, upon St. Hermit's Hill, Cornelius van Dun , a Brabanter, one of the Yeomen of the Guards to K.

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    of the Piew. Cotton House , and Library. Clockhouse. Gatehouse. The Ambrey. The first Printing- Press here. Totehill Street. Petty France . Mansell's House in Totehill: Where divers Kings and Queens and Nobles were entertained. The Government and Liberties. The

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The Church of St. MARGARET.

    which he was one of the Governors. Secondly, The Sum of 100l. for the Buidling of three Almes-houses in Petty France . Thirdly, 7l. per Ann. for the Teaching of the poor Children. Fourthly, An 100l. for a Stock of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being St George's. fields ; France to be content with that part of Westminster naturally destined for her, called Petty France; St James's parish to be a republic; the Seven Dials also to be republics, and their Diet to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Central Board of Works, the street in the Strand hitherto known as Savoy street, is henceforth to be called Petty France. At a meeting of the Apiarian Society on Wednesday, the secretary described the successful introduction into this country of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    settled in one of the streets leading from Broad street to the Guildhall, which came to be called " Petty France," from the number of French who inhabited it. Others settled in Long Acre, the Seven Dials, and the neighbourhood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duwa or Bsauciosar'5 HOuNDS, at EtoveCt.-TOCed, Jan. 31,1st TollTDown; W~ednesdayFeb 1, at Newuto Lodge; 'rhars- tay, Feb. 2, at Petty France; Fr day, Feb. 3, at Lower Woods; Saturday, Feb. 4, at Swalletts Gate. The BicRETER HOIINDS, at a qwvrter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at SEke.-Thls da, Fur,J 31, at Toll -Down Wedneeday, Feb. 1, at N6wutOn Lodge; Thmr- day, Feb. 2, at Petty France: FrWay, Feb. % at Lower Woeda; Saturday, Feb. 4, at Swalletta Gate. The Bsazaa HoUNDS, at a qvarter o0 Subscribers-only content

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

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    Sarah Price, Theft, 26/02/1735

    , in their House , January 14 . John Lewis . I and my Partner Isaac Hawkins live in Petty France . The Prisoner was our Servant . The Night before the Robbery I came home between t welve and

    Ruth Frostick, Theft, 10/04/1771

    s. the property of Francis Davis , March 1 . ++ Francis Davis . I live in Petty France ; I am a pawnbroker : the prisoner used my shop. I missed the gown about ten minutes after she had

    JOHN LENNARD, THOMAS GRAVES, JAMES GUY, Sexual Offences, 07/07/1773

    of the prisoners. Ann Boss sworn. Q. I think you were at the house of a Mr. Brailsford, in Petty France , as a lodger and boarder? Boss. Yes. Q. How long have you lived there? Boss. Two y ears

    JANE DAVIS, Theft, 12/01/1774

    two linen aprons, value 2 s. the property of Catherine Mansfield . * Catherine Mansfield . I live in Petty France : I lost the things mentioned in the indictment out of my house. The prisoner was an acquaintance of

    CHARLES COOPER, Theft, 26/04/1775

    copper halfpence , the property of John Edmonds , February 23 . ++ John Edmonds . I live in Petty France Westminster. On the 23d of February, between seven and eight in the evening, there was an alarm of fire,


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