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    Walbrooke warde

    Stephen by walbrooke. Next vnto this Stocks is the parrish church of S. Mary Wool church, so called of a Beam placed in the church yeard, which was thereof called Wool l Church Haw, of the Tronage, or weighing of

    V. The Achilles, Letters - 1762

    upon a wind, and then before the Commander in Chief's Beam, to tack. Ditto Mizentopmast head (18) For Ships chacing as before, and then abaft the Commander in Chief's Beam, to tack. Flag White with Red Cross Maintopmast head (19)

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1722-30

    P d for Co on Prayer Books 1 li . 16 s . P d for help in putting the Beam in the Tower 1 s . P d for cleaning the Ald r mens Isle 1 s . P

    Limestreete warde

    dayes in the weeke, that is to say Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: it is also thought reasonable that the common Beam be kept from hencefoorth in the Leaden Hall, and the Farmer to pay therefore reasonable rent to the Chamber:

    London debates, 1790

    Pulpit of Instruction, and here communicate a System of Ethicks, diffusive as the vital Principle, and sacred as the hallowed Beam of Truth. It is with reluctance we descend to notice the vulgar and contemptible attack of a sinking Society

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1741-50

    when called upon there was at the same time delivered into the Custody of the said John Jenkin a large Beam & Scales 2 half hundreds 2 quarters of a hundred two fourteen pound Weights two Seven pounds two four

    Introduction, Miscellaneous notes

    Christmas, Lady Day, Midsummer and Michaelmas, p. 128, was probably a series of lights on a beam by the great Rood, the Rood beam. In 1495 6 the light was temporarily taken down, during which time certain of the subscribers

    Wills, 21-38 Henry VIII (1529-47)

    is wanting in the series. ] 1 Ob 15 January, A.D. 1521-2. 1 Where merchandise was weighed at the King's Beam. As to the connexion which the Grocers' Guild had with the business of weighing goods brought into the City,

    Glossary

    tronage, tronagium , payment made for weighing goods at the public beam, i. 155; so tronare , to weigh at the public beam or steelyard; tronarium , public beam or steelyard by which heavy articles were weighed. Cf. Trongate of

    Report of the Commissioners, Part 1

    statutable chartered or customary functions which are herein-after mentioned, there were some privileges, such as the charge of the City Beam by the Grocers' Company, and the superintendence of Blackwell Hall by the Drapers' Company, which were continued after the

    Chantry Certificate, 1548, City of London

    to the church of St Michael le Quern; total deductions 9 2s 8d. Clear remainder 2 10s 8d p.a. Obit, beam and paschal lights: 1 13s 0d p.a. 117 rent given by Robert Welwike for his soul, from tenements appertaining

    Chantry Certificate, 1548, Corporations and Companies of the City

    Thomasine (Thamesyn) Percevall, 18 13s 4d p.a. Of which, 2 13s 4d augmentation; 2 6s 8d for an anthem and beam light; 2 1s 10d for an obit; total deductions 7 1s 10d. Clear remainder 11 11s 6d p.a. Priest

    II. The Seahorse, Letters

    and Seahorse are to keep abreast of the King, the former upon the Starboard and the latter upon the Larboard Beam and in case any strange ship should attempt to speak with His Majesty's they are to prevent it &

    Notes, Volume 1, pp.201-300

    of 'Steelyard' the place with 'Steelyard' a beam or balance has been much debated. In 1531 there is reference to the 'great scales and balance, and of the Iron Beam, and of the beam of 'le Hanzes Hangis' called 'the

    Indices, Persons, places, ships, subjects

    , Bowin, Francis (Bruges), 47, 237, 349, 444 Bayed , John ('Marvers'), 86 Bayly , Baylyf, Walter (Newcastle), 271, 557 Beam , John (York), 605 Bebell , Bepell, Richard (London), 77, 33 1 Becker , Christian (Hamburg), 3 Benet ,

    Index, A - E

    brother of, 747 Katherine, wife of, 747 Bealhomme , William," lethersellere," 355 Alice, wife of, 355 Thomas, son of, 356 Beam , the. See Pepperers. Beamond, John , chandler, 426, 428 Johanna, kin swoman of, 426 John, brother of, 426

    Index, L - R

    of, 203 Pepperers of London , bequest to Fraternity of S. Antonin of, 248 superintendence of weighing goods at the Beam by, 145n. "Pepper Querne," in Thames Street, parish of S. Michael, Crooked Lane, 716, 720 Pepyn , Richard, chaplain

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