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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 12 The River LEE or LEY.

    Bargemen to go on the Bankside to draw and tow their Barges and Boats, for that the said Passage of Boats could not be continued without the Bargemen had Liberty to go on the Bankside : It was therefore in

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. Streets, &c. in St. Saviours Parish.

    Borough and St. Margarets Hill. As to the description of this Parish, I shall begin at the Bankside next the Falcon Westwards. The BANKSIDE is very long, running Eastwards unto Deadmans Place; and is a Row of Buildings on the

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Sports and Exercises. The Quinten.

    or common Osteries were turned to Play Houses ; one Cockpit : St. Paul's Singing School: the Globe on the Bankside : the Fortune near Golding-Lane : One in Black-Fryars , one in White-Fryars , & c. Besides the new

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. The Stews.

    that Bank. These be the News I have to tell you: I fear they Liber Manuscr. The Stews on the Bankside . Lib. St. Mary Eborum. English People disdained to be Bawds. Froes of Flanders were Women for that purpose.

    Book 1, Chapter 12 The River LEE, or LEY.

    Corn Mill , and the riotous beating of the Bargemen, which d id tow and draw the Boats upon the Bankside of the said River: It was ordered by the Court, Nov. 16 . that the two Lords Chief Justices

  • * British History Online * *

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    PHILLIPS, Mistress

    practice 1595-1620 Date of death after 1610 Address Bankside 1609 Other notes Old. Accused 1605 1609 1610. ?=Sibell Ffellipps, midwife & witchfinder 1634? Medical specialities Pregnancy-divining by uroscopy (fallible!) Known London address Bankside Parish St Saviour's [incl St Mary Magdalen


    the late troubles when the bears were killed. His Majesty's game being now removed to the usual place on the Bankside by Order of the Council, he recommended the Court of Aldermen to direct the Master and Wardens of the

    GARBRANDE, Mistress

    Ward Bridge Without Date 1622 Censorial hearings 20 Sep 1622 Entry G, of Southwark, was accused by George Thorpe of Bankside (something to do with mithridate). G denied the accusation and said that she had got the mithridate from others.

    Plays and players

    Langley, one of the Alnagers for the sealing of cloth, intended to erect a new stage or theatre on the Bankside, and praying that the same might be prevented on account of the evils arising therefrom. 3rd November, 1594. II.

    Volume A 82, February 1645, 01 February 1645-28 February 1645

    make affidavits do not pay above 6 d . for the affidavit. John Hewson, of the Bankside, respited till he receive the debts and arrears due to him from the State. [ A 4, pp . 29, 30. ] Feb. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    manufacttrer. 7 C. Pmerry, Bh'rm'i atn, coal-dealer. arbs Conduit-street, workitig-jeweller. ) Leader, Colenoan-street, painter and glazier. - Doelet \\ illon-street, Bankside. ao~rt-lrelcltart I I IPRCF, OF ATOCK> ON tiATURAV). S per Cent. Collii s ........... .......... IO , I NDEx, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dealer, M. Tetley, Leech, eools-rapler. G. Wheeldon, Bonsall, Derbyshire. coloiur-mnttifcrtfirer, .1 Raven, Burton~upoo-Trent, Stafordshire, saddler. T. and .1. Dopley, XWillowzstrent, Bankside, corn-merchliets, D. Carruthers, Liverpool, merchaqt. J. Pulling, Chudleiglh, Devonshire, merchant, B. ljennett, Maidstone, carpenter. 3. Hiobson, Sheffield, Yorkshire, merchant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t seph Crieve, aired 73. r June *21, ia Itii 36ih year, Mr. Ritmeny, - eli1e clli.te; Lion Wh'iZarf , Bankside, leaxieg a li 's anld l l n-'ulit his lo sset.ran 03lJ IOn Itridtay 1sem in li-tFs 1uiIe . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the piers is utni4lerb to lih-w-ater nook: the worls- of- the other t RuWlced; thie fo nudation of the Bankside abutment t, ii ~eld and several courses of the masonrv laid. The ,'enttie Arcl of V4o -feet span is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Rogue, Great James- Streeth Bedford-row. J. Skidmore, Sheffield, scissar wanufactorer. Solicitor, Mr. Batty, chn eery-lanec. W. Pool, Honduras Wharf, Bankside,, coal-merclilat. Solicitor, N Russen, Crown-court, Aldersgate-street. F. King, Warwick, upholsterer. Solicitors, Messrs. Evans and Shear man, Hatton-garden. W. T. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Southwark Introduction

    the end of the 17th century, and are good and typical examples of the work of the late 19th century. Bankside continues the way by the river on the east side of the High Street . Bermondsey Street led from

    The borough of Southwark Manors

    ruinous and of little or no account.' 114 Its decaying condition caused its removal in 1745 to a house on Bankside , and this was burnt in 1780 during the Lord George Gordon riots. 115 An authority, probably of the

    Townships Newchurch

    a barracks. For Roman Catholics a mission was begun in 1852 , and the present church of St. Mary , Bankside , was opened in 1857 . St. Joseph's, Stacksteads , dates from 1892. St. Peter's , Newchurch , was

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Constitutional Attachment

    Pond, Southwark, London 1811 Golden Anchor, Park Street, Southwark, London 1816 Twelve Bells, St. Saviour's Churchyard, Southywark, London 1818 County Terrace Tavern, New Kent Road, Southwark, London 1819 Anchor Tavern, Bankside, Southwark, London 1820 Artichoke, Newington Causeway, Newington, London 1821

    Universal Lodge

    Smithfield, London 1790 Ashley's London Punch House, Ludgate Hill, London 1795 Gun Tavern, Mile End, London 1798 Rose and Bell, Bankside, Southwark, London 1801 St. John's Head, Holland Street, Blackfriars Road, London 1804 Gentleman and Porter, New Street Square, Shoe

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 May 1823, 26 May 1823

    Seed and Corn Merchant; Charles Perkins Esquire, Mark Lane, Wine Merchant; Dr. Kelly, Fins- bury Square, and Mr. Peter Davey, Bankside, Barge House Wharf, Coal Merchant, do attend this House on Wed¬ nesday next, to be sworn, in order to Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    and examined as follows: What is your Occupation I am a Coal Merchant. Whereabout do you carry on Business On Bankside, Southwark. Are you Chairman or Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the Society of Coal Merchants I am Secretary. Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1830, 1 March 1830

    Upon reading the Petition of John Burt, late of Stone- Conduct of house, East Grinstead, County of Sussex, now of Bankside, Attomies & in the Borough of Southwark, complaining of the Conduct £,a™ Burt's of Attornies ; and praying, " Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1786, 3 April 1786

    new Street was laid out and made, from the North End of Great Bandy Leg Walk, to the Place called Bankside, in the faid Clink Liberty : And therefore praying, That Provifion may be made for the above Purpoies, in Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1786, 3 May 1786

    the County Yard, and to take down Two ruinous Timber Houfes of Leicester, acrofs the Loughborough Canal Naviga- on the Bankside. tion at or near Loughborough, to or near the River And being further examined, he faid, That there is Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    & Places Participant: William Jennings [Jennings] Role: testator Details: male Employment: Farmer Location: Thorne (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thorne Banks (Thorne Banks, Bankside) : undefined Participant: Rhoda Simpson [Simpson] Alternate name: Rhoda Jennings [Jennings] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Wife of Thomas Simpson,


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