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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. St Georges Parish. The Mint.

    Built and Inhabited. CROSS KEYS ALLEY hath a dirty narrow Entrance, and with a long turning Passage goes into Red Bull Alley, very meanly built and inhabited by Broom Men. BLACK BEAR ALLEY, also sorrily Built and Inhabited. hath a

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Modern State.

    at the upper end whereof is seated Watermans Hall, which fronts the River of Thames . More Eastwards, is Red Bull Alley, but indifferent, hath a Passage to the Thames , where there is a Coal Wharf . Angel Alley

    Book 3, Chapter 6 Cripplegate Ward. [Present State.]

    Court, indifferent good: Opposite to this Court, are two pretty long Carpenters, or Timber Yards. Founders Court, but ordinary. Red Bull Court, pretty good. Aldermanbury Postern , a pretty handsome short Street, well built, and inhabited; hath a passage through

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stepney Settlement and Building to c. 1700 STEPNEY IN THE MIDDLE AGES : FIELDS AND PLACE-NAMES STEPNEY c. 1550

    Colet's Great Place and King John's Palace , which were substantially 15thcentury or later. More likely is the 17th-century Red Bull opposite the west end of the church and perhaps medieval: fine pottery dated c . 1270 to 1350 from

    Alstonefield Longnor

    Buxton in 1803 , and the White Horse there were a further five inns in 1818 , the Bell, Red Bull , Cheshire Cheese , Horse Shoe, and Swan . 80 An inn on the north side of the market

    Parishes Brokenborough

    c. 1900. A public house beside the Sherston road was called the Bull in the early 1880s , the Red Bull in 1899 74 and 1987 . The workhouse was the only building in the south-east corner of the parish

    South Mimms Introduction SOUTH MIMMS IN 1842

    Prince's Arms, which later formed part of the Clare Hall estate, was recorded in 1683 , 33 and the Red Bull , adjoining Chantry mead, in 1714 . 34 In contrast to the village of South Mimms , Potters Bar

    Fisherton Anger

    . 11 (3rd edn.). Sar. Corp. MSS., Fisherton Ch. Bk. 1705-62 . A plot of land called the ' Red Bull ' is mentioned in Ric. Bristow's will of 1685 (P.C.C. 3 Cann ). The word 'inn' is indeed not

  • * British History Online * *

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    were found guilty of an attack made upon the house of Christopher Beeston, one of the players at the "Red Bull" theatre, while others, both men and women, we re charged with similar attacks upon the houses of Richard Loe

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1622

    the Red Bull in Clarkenwell. Whereas Christofer Beeston, Thomas Hayward, Richard Perkins, Thomas Drew, Richard Harrison and Ellis Worth have bene heretofore presented at severall Sessions of the Peace for not repayringe the Highwayes neere the Red Bull in the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17, 19 January 1702, 19 January 1702-19 January 1702

    him with Subsistence?" Said, "Mr. Englefield in Part had supplied him; and that one Mr. Prime , at The Red Bull in Budg-Row , had supplied him sometimes with Twenty or Thirty Shillings at a Time; and that he had

    Charles II, December 1664, 01 December 1664-31 December 1664

    to London. [1 pages. Ibid. No . 236. ] Dec. 7. Bawtry. Thomas Lister to Thomas Corbin at the Red Bull near Fleet Bridge. I dispatched the boats according to your desire. Mr. Russell sent some men here to pile Subscribers-only content

    Items from the two Process Books, Temp. James I

    persons, charged with neglecting to work or contribute for the repair of the highways, appears this memorandum, touching the Red Bull theatre, "Christofer Beeston and the rest of the players of the Redd. Bull are behinde five pounds, being taxed

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Philanthropic Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Red Bull, Long Lane, West Smithfield, London 1753 White Bear, Aldersgate Street, London 1755 Red Bull, Long Lane, West Smithfield, London 1756 Horse & Groom, nr Leather Lane,

    Lodge of Peace

    Places Crown and Mitre, King Street East, Stockport, Cheshire 1806 Coach and Horses, New Bridge Lane, Stockport, Cheshire 1810 Red Bull, Hillgate, Stockport, Cheshire 1820 Royal Oak, Hillgate, Stockport, Cheshire 1822 Union Tavern, Vernon Bridge, Stockport, Cheshire 1830 Concert Tavern,

    A " Masters' Lodge "

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Red Bull, Charles Court, Strand, London 1739 Thistle & Crown, Denmark Court, Strand, London 1741 Crown & Ball, Playhouse Yard, Blackfriars,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Stockport, and whose husband had deserted her, was delivered of a female infant, which she entered in the Red Bull Burial Society. Last week the child died suddenly, when the mother immediately demanded from the society 41. as burial Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prince's Men. The Earl of Wor- cester's Players, of whom Thomas Heywood was one, and who acted at the Red Bull, in Islington, became the Queen's Servants, and Queen Elizabeth's Children of the Chapel were transformed into the Children of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    molished in the course of two hours; and, not being at once rebuilt, the Palsgrave's Servants retired to the Red Bull in Islington. The place of the Fortune had already been in part taken by the Cockpit or Phcenix, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    usually performed at the Fortune-a new Fortune that was set up soon after the fire of 1621; Wand the Red Bull, in Islington, seems to have been gene- rally occupied by the Children of the Revels, though they also were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Players ("of the late Queene's 3 Majestie, Queene Aisne '),- who, it says, had receitly re-_ moved from the Red Bull, Clorkenwell, to the Coclkpit, Drury Lanie. Two prisoners have lind a singular experience at Strat-__ ford. Having been, on Subscribers-only content

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