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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 23 [Laws for] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Wardmote.]

    and remedying of many Robberies, Murders, and other Transgressions, done, maintained, and wickedly sustained by Receivers of Guests and public Bauds , in divers Inns and other Places in the City and Suburbs. And the King very much wondred that

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    two special Suits of Vestments, the one imbroidered with Bucks , the other with Does, both given by the said Bauds (as I have heard.) Thus much for that Matter. The finding of Scalps of Oxen and Kine near this

    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. Tun upon Cornhil.

    forsweare this City. A Priest punished fo r Lechery. The Conduit upon Cornhill . Cage, Stocks and pillory in Cornhill . Bakers, Millers , Bauds , Scolds, and common Jurors for Rewards, punished on the pillory. False Swearers pillorized here.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gofyn i'r Gymdeithasfa i gymell y pwyllgor dirwestol i gymeryd dan yatyriaeth y dull goreu i gynal cyfarfodydd y Bauds of Hope, ac i ffurfno cyfarwyddiadau i'w dwyn ymlaen yn effeithiol. 5. Enwvd y peisonau canlynol yn ymddiriedolwyr ychwanegol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the charming sisters, Madame Vestris and Miss Blartolozzi. in their provincial tour. Madaime-Vestrie has granted permission to the Quadrille Bauds to adopt her popular Song4. "1 Banners of Blie"-" Spring is coming." &c. in the appointed new sets of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hundred performers, and present an cesemble tf MiiliturY Instruate'ltat Artiste neter before assembled in these Gardens. The effectO of the Bauds at She Regiments in their Unifoeml, blending seitis the Deuern. Clans for the Gnards' Dinner, wiLl present a tony Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ofer~d at very lose prices. eBargains in Plaini apd Embroidered Table Cdvers. A varlety of Fs4njshin Frinea, Tasseis, Cerds, gartain Bauds, and Bell-ropes toa b clearei oat, at Half Price. JT CARPET DEPARTMENT. All the Bemnuants sPd lst yea's Pattarns Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    51 R00. Pee!. Shareh 69;'!% ?/,%'70', 1- ditto6,6bnr- Mon, Bond, 99, i/2 5086%90 j dito % a~ro Vhv. 01~;~o Sterling Bauds awtl 81tarea: BaSltimore anod 0110,6% 14% ,)bhladolphla and I'eading, 6% improe. Mort.,i 108;dto5 e. cw ferOedcoupons, 88l/1,8; ditto, 5Pripflo-the6pfne Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Faringdon ward infra, or within

    dayes, two speciall sutes of vestmentes, the one embrodered with Buckes, the other with Does, both giuen by the sayd Bauds (as I haue heard.) Thus much for the matter. Now to the residue of the monuments, sir Raph Hingham


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