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  • * British History Online *

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    ALCOCKE, James

    ALCOCKE Gender Male Period of medical practice 1560-1580 Address ? Barbican 1570 Other notes Trouble 1570. ?Reln of Thomas Alcocke (BS 14/5/1633) or Nicholas Allcock (BS 1557)? Known London address Barbican (?) Parish St Giles without Cripplegate Ward Cripplegate (Within

    ALWAY, John

    1597-1619 Address Barbican 1607 Other notes Trouble 1607 1609. Known London address Barbican Parish St Giles without Cripplegate Ward Cripplegate (Within & Without) Date 1607 Censorial hearings 4 Sep 1607 Entry 'John Alway a barber in the Barbican was charged

    PORDAGE, John

    Vere 1638.) Period of medical practice 1627-1648 Address Barbican 1637 Other notes Accused 1637. Came for examination Jan 1638 but had been made chaplain so couldn't be L. Known London address Barbican Parish St Giles without Cripplegate Ward Cripplegate (Within

    RANDALL, Dr

    hearings 8 March 1616 Entry John Guillaume or Gilliam (qv) was accused of 'giving physique to one Carter in the Barbican, he answeareth yt one Dr. Randall, who lodgeth now at Mr. Johnsons ye apothecarie in ye old Bailye, gave

    GILLIAM, John

    in Norwich 1584? Censorial hearings 8 March 1616 Entry G was accused of giving medicine to one Carter of the Barbican. He said that Dr Randall of the Old Bayley had given the medicine, and that he himself had only

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester The castle

    in 1143 , 3 probably had as its motte the mound called Barbican hill, in the south-west part of the town at the south end of the later Barbican Road . Archaeological evidence, however, has led to the suggestion that

    The borough of Lewes Castle, borough and courts LEWES CASTLE .

    the 17th century the site of the castle had been divided into a number of copyhold tenements. Of these the Barbican with the Norman Gateway, and the Keep were granted to Thomas Friend in 1733 and 1750 respectively. They passed

    Gloucester Quay and docks

    from Blackfriars by 1813 66 provided a better route between the city and the basin than the old road by Barbican hill. 67 In the early 19th century there were several timber yards and a rope walk by the basin.

    Gloucester Street names

    6 from house of archdeacon of Glouc.: Leather Bottle Lane , 1767, 1852, 7 from inn. Barbican Road (or Alley ), 1843, 8 from Barbican hill, site of the first castle. Mentioned 1694 as a way leading from the city

    List of illustrations

    1780 plate, facing 20 " Castle, from the South " " the Norman Gateway " " 21 " " the Barbican " " Plan 23 " Church of St. Michael , Plan 38 " " " St. John -sub-Castro, from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .eglwys y ddinas fod y cyfeillion yno. wedi -llwyddo 'i sierhau darn e. dir at g6di capel yn agos i'r Barbican,, ao heb iod ysnhell o Jewifi Crescent, sef ynBnridgewater F Gardens, a'. bod oherwydd cost y pryniad wedi meddwl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paper cover, 3s. 6d. 41 Flavel on the Method of Grace, I Vol. s. Gd. 42 Attersoll on the Sacraments, Barbican 1606. Good Binding ls. - 413 A narrative of some of the Lord's dealings with George MulerN,-Written by himself, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to titis circumstance is ibis act of Suicide at- tributed. An tnfeprtunate accident occurred on Mondayrifternonrl, in White Rose-ally, Beach-street, Barbican. The wind blowing very strong, a stack of chininies, at the house of Mrs. Roach, No. S,'in the Alley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were! IL was discovered that a great number of said notes hadl illegally issued fror the printing-ofice of Mr. Dewick, Barbican, and an errand boy of Mr. Dewiclos-, who had absconded, was suspected to be ttie utterer, aoi -the prisoner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rowlanld, Gr avstock-place, fl'tter-laue, carpenter. -April ii. IV. Hanislip, Stradhrook, tanler. Mlarch 29. V. Traynor, J.ertynvnstreet tailor.-Mav 3. J. .Baird, Barbican, distilier.-May- 3. E. Railito, Bo- rouglh, bhppnierchant.-April 23 St Headen, Thread- aeedle-street, -isurance-brokeri-May 24. J. Stevenls and 3J Cart~ter, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    London 1792 Sugar Loaf, Great St. Helens, London 1797 Rose Tavern, Rose Alley, Bishopsgate Street, London 1800 Red Lion, Old Bethlem, London 1801 Red Lion, Barbican, London 1803 Crown, Bridgewater Square, Barbican, London 1803 French Horn, Crutched Friars, London 1806

    A " Masters Lodge"

    Red Lion, Barbican, in Const. 1756). Meeting Places King Henry VIIth's Head, Fleet Street, London 1730 Sarazons [Saracens], near Seven Dials, London 1733 Bacchus, Bloomsbury Market, London 1733 Shakespear's Head, London Spa, Clerkenwell, London 1746 Red Cross, Barbican, London 1748

    no name is given

    Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1754 The Crown, Without Cripplegate, London 1755 Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1759 Bell, Carter Lane, Doctors' Commons, London 1762 Queen's Head, Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn, London 1763 Angel & Porter, Golden Lane, Barbican, London 1765

    Philanthropic Lodge

    London 1756 Horse & Groom, nr Leather Lane, Holborn, London 1761 Bell Inn, opposite Fetter Lane, London 1762 Turk's Head, Drury Lane, London 1764 Angel and Porter, Golden Lane, Barbican, London 1765 Queen's Head, Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn, London 1765

    Harmony Lodge

    ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Market House Inn, Market Street, Plymouth Dock [now Devonport], Devonshire 1804 Crown and Anchor Tavern, Barbican, Plymouth, Devonshire 1814 Union Inn, Lower Broad Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1817 Elephant and Castle, Bull Hill, Plymouth, Devonshire 1821

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

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    William Rolston, Theft, 27/02/1684

    silver Cup, valued at 30 s. from one Henry Woolridge , living in Barbican , on the 27th instant February ; it being by him confest where he had pawned it, he was found Guilty . [Branding. See summary. ]

    Elizabeth Bennet, Margaret Bagwell, Theft, 09/12/1747

    Halton , out of his shop , October 17th . John Halton . I am a hosier and haberdasher in Barbican ; the 17th of October I lost this check'd linen out of my shop window; it was about 11

    George T -, John Tooley, Theft, 14/09/1763

    , privately in the shop of the said James , August 23 . ++ The prosecutor deposed, he lives in Barbican , was a shoemaker ; the two prisoners came in to buy a pair of shoes for Tooley, that

    Thomas Fish, Theft, 17/04/1765

    , privately in the shop of the said Robert , March 12 . ++ Robert Salmon . I live in Barbican , and am a silver-smith : on the 12th of March my apprentice called me down stairs, and said

    William Sheele, Theft, 18/02/1767

    property of Timothy James , Jan. 29 . ++ Timothy James . I am a shoemaker , and live in Barbican ; my wife is a milliner; we carry on our business in the same house; she missed cardinal on

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 April 1778, 30 April 1778

    fite Chifwell Street, towards the Eaft, into Bijhopfgate Street; and alfo from the Eaft End of Chi/well Street, Weftward, into Barbican * and to raife, upon the Cre¬ dit of the Surplufles to arife out of a certain Fund commonly Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1778, 4 May 1778

    Street, towards the Eaftynto Bijhopfgate Street; " and alfo from the Eaft End of Chifwell Street, Weft- " ward, into Barbican; and to raife upon the Credit of " the Surpluffes to arife out of a certain Fund, commonly " Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1778, 5 May 1778

    Eaft, into Bi- " ß°p/Sate Street ; and alfo from the Eaft End of Chif- " well Street, Weftward, into Barbican ; and to raife, " upon the Credit of the Surpluffes to arife out of a cer- " tain Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1778, 15 May 1778

    the Eaft into " Bijhopfgate Street, and alfo from the Eaft End of Chif- "' well Street Weft ward, into Barbican ; and to raife upon " the Credit of the fcurpluffes to arife out of a certain '' Fund, Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1778, 15 May 1778

    Chi/well Street, towards the Eaft, into Bißopfgate Street 5 and alfo from the Eaft End of Chifwell Street Weftward, into Barbican ; and to raife upon the Credit of the Surpluffes to arife out of a certain Fund, commonly called Subscribers-only content

 

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