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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Bounds and Limits.

    they go down Red Lion Alley, to the House of one Darby Morgan , passing on thence directly into Rosemary Lane . Then down on the South Side till they come to the East Side of a new Churchyard, there

    Book 3, Chapter 12 Present State Faringdon Ward without. of this Ward.]

    this Street are these Places: Ball Court , pretty long, but ordinary. Horseshoe Alley, long, narrow, and but indifferent. Rosemary lane , pretty large, but ordinary; and hath a passage into the Long Walk betwixt the two Hospitals. Church Alley

    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London.

    , which contains both the Tower Hills, viz. the greater and the lesser, and Part of East Smithfield , Rosemary Lane , Well-Close , & c. It is encompassed with a b road and deep Ditch, supplied with Water out

    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London. S. Peter's.

    The King's Soil of Little Tower Hill ; adjoining to which was a Place called, The King's Wast of Rosemary Lane or Hog Lane . But what are the Boundaries of the Parish, and of the Tower, hath been an

  • * British History Online *

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    GAINSFORD, Philip

    GAINSFORD Gender Male Period of medical practice 1606-1626 Address Rosemary Lane 1616 Other notes Trouble 2 Aug 1616. Medical specialities Childbirth (`passions of the mother') Known London address in Rosemary Lane Parish St Botolph without Aldgate Ward Portsoken Date 1616

    WATERWORTH, Jane or Jeane

    medical practice 1605-1645 Address of the (White) Goat 1615. Rosemary Lane 1635 Other notes Accused 1615. Warned. Accused 1635. Prohibited. Known London address of the (White) Goat Date 1615 Rosemary Lane Parish St Botolph without Aldgate Ward Portsoken Date 1635

    NOTT, John

    wch he cured by external means. The whole case was examined. Later Mrs Alaways, wife of a tailor in Rosemary Lane. Attitude of the accused denied Action taken Fined £14 and imprisoned. Verdict guilty Sentence Fined £14 and imprisoned Number

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Rosemary Lane

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694 Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Rosemary Lane Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Rosemary Lane 19 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ White , - (Mr)

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Rosemary Lane

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694 Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Rosemary Lane Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Rosemary Lane 81 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ Willson , John 1.40

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Salisbury Roman Catholicism

    9 He had married Mary Porter in 1760 , and after his death in 1768 10 her house in Rosemary Lane , off the north side of the Close, appears to have continued as the centre for Salisbury 's Roman

    Tidenham including Lancaut Education

    . 57 Another Church of England school was established c . 1850 in a schoolroom built by subscription in Rosemary Lane on Tidenham Chase ; it was rebuilt in 1871 . 58 At the latter date its income came from

    Bampton and Weald Buildings Bampton in 1821

    semicircular fanlight and an open-pedimented stone hood on scroll brackets. Box House on the corner of Bridge Street and Rosemary Lane , a symmetrical two-storeyed house of three bays with a semicircular hood over the doorway, was built perhaps by

    Salisbury The liberty of the close LIBERTY OF THE CLOSE

    humble dwellings of 6 vicars choral, 7 lay vicars, and 2 vergers situated mostly near or along the present Rosemary Lane , some being very small, and two having shops in them. Also included in the survey were the pieces

    Tidenham including Lancaut Introduction Lancaut , Tidenham and Woolaston c. 1810

    Stroat Farm to Rosemary Lane ; a line of large stones placed at intervals marks the course of the track for a considerable part of that section. 65 The track then followed the line of Rosemary Lane up the hill

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Declared " vacant, null and void" for non-payment, 7 August 1754. Meeting Places Rosemary Branch, Rosemary Lane, London 1753

    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Declared vacant, null and void for non-payment, 7 August 1754. Meeting Places King and Queen, Capel Street, Rosemary Lane, London 1753

    no name is given

    Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Warrant delivered up, 2 March 1774. Meeting Places Prince of Wales's Head, Capel Street, Rosemary Lane, London 1753 Prince of Wales's Head, Rag Fair, London 1755

    Lindsey Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 1014 Lodge Number (1863): 712 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Public Buildings, Mercer Row, Louth, Lincolnshire 1857 Masonic Rooms, Upgate, Louth, Lincolnshire 1859 Masonic Hall, Rosemary Lane, Louth, Lincolnshire 1861

    Lodge of Independence

    1779 Porters, Cooper's Row, Tower Hill, London 1780 White Bear, Basinghall Street, London 1781 Saracen's Head, Camomile Street, Bishopsgate Street, London 1784 Seven Stars, Rosemary Lane, London 1785 Three Kings, Minories, London 1788 Vine Tavern, Broad Street, Ratcliff, London 1790

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

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    Henry Stacy, Breaking Peace, 08/07/1719

    The Prosecutor deposed, that she standing at a Door in Rosemary Lane with Mrs. Maddox and Mrs. Dean, the Prisoner rubb'd against Mrs. Dean; that she ask'd who he was, and was told, Harry; that the Prisoner said D-m you,

    Sarah Jones, Mary Smith, Violent Theft, 08/09/1736

    4th . John Guy . (A Negro) I was just paid off from the Ship Newcastle, and walking along Rosemary Lane , between 4 or 5 o'Clock I met 2 Women; I asked them for a Lodging, they bid me

    Rebecca Ladiman, Theft, 09/07/1740

    14th of June last. I happen'd to be taken in Liquor that Night, and this Woman met me in Rosemary Lane , and carried me - I can't tell where. She told me she'd carry me to a good Lodging;

    John Jenkins, Theft, 05/12/1750

    the goods of Elizabeth Simpson , Nov. 26 .* William Simpson. Elizabeth Simpson is my mother, she lives in Rosemary lane ; I was backwards, I heard a rumbling in the shop, Nov. 26, about 11 o'clock in the day,

    Paul Sheals, Theft, 14/09/1752

    property of Robert Roberts , June 20 . Robert Roberts . I am a salesman in Rosemary Lane . I wen t out on the 20th of June; when I returned, I missed a silk brocade waistcoat, which I left

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chipping Canapden, Gloucestershire, sheep. dealer.-May S1. J. Pedder, Bristoi, merchant.- May IT. W. Williams, Lad-lane, victualler.-May 21. W. Smith, Rosemary lane, cheesemonger.-jure T. G.. Eorne, Ppland-street, Ratciwi Highway, glass-maker. -May 31. C. and N. Husey, Newgate-street, linen. drapers.-Maay 31. G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    api.. Barrze, t,f cire DPagovsStlW>err Lbe 6;? u f Vq;1, IS and theIl~ri' o - ~~~BAN-K R~UT~S*. .X.. Wright, Rosemary lane,. balket. Aftorney, Mr. F!ochett, Great Presnts-st reet, 9rxodnal~- fields. ' T. Thrcm'aq, Rayleigh, E'sex, mnUlliright. Attorney, Mr. Arsory, 4road-Flreet.t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St James's, cabinet-mnaker. [Hamilton and Twining, Berwick street. G. Glenay, Lancaster pl. Strand, merchant. Mayhaw, Chancery lane. J. Jackson, Rosemary lane, coal-merchant. [Butler, Canron street. M. and J. Baines, St Paul's Churchyard, upholsterers. (Wheeler and Bennett, John street, Bedford row. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a few.-Poe L E. ACQUITTAL OF SHEEN, ,: Peur encou rager les autres." A BALL has been given in Rosemary lane in honour of the law of England, on the occasion of the acquittal of SHEEN, who latelycut his child's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    since, at the pressing entreaties of her mother, she came to London, and resided with her in White's yard, Rosemary lane. T'he person whom hermother had mnarried treated her with kindness and humanity, hut her mother evinced the greatest enmity Subscribers-only content

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