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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 10 Billingsgate Ward. Monuments.

    unsavory, and so was again buried. In Dei nondie . Amen. 18. die Mensis Januar. A.D. 1472 . Ego Joannes Bedham , Civis & Piscenarius Lond. Condo & c. presens Testamentum meum. Inprimis lego, & c. animam Deo omnipotenti, &

  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 14 Edward IV (1474-5)

    before the Feast of S. Kalixlus, Pope [14 Oct. ] . Bedham (John), fishmonger. To William Baron a certain shop in the parish of S. Nicholas at the Shambles, near a narrow path called "le Twychyn," for life; remainder to


    t h the tapres on yt and a Sencer w i t h a schyp. 22 The testament of Ioh'n Bedham. [a.d. 1472, but from 1486 copy. ] In the name of our lord Ih es u criste our Savyour:

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1491-2

    Ioh'n plomere, prest, to syng for the sayd Ioh'n bedham for an hole yere at myhalmas last passed, vj l'i xiij s iiij d. payd for the obytt of Ioh'n bedham kept the xvj day of may last passed, to

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1493-4

    x d. 21 The Cost es and paymentt es of Ioh'n Bedham ys chauntre. It e m, payd to syr Ioh'n plomer, prest, to syng for the sayd Ioh'n bedham, for an hole yere at myhelmas laste passyd vj l'i

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1517-18

    um ma of xx d. It e m, the xvj day of Maii a Diryge to be kept for Ioh'n Bedham, and at is diryge to be spent for prest es , Clerk es , powre people, brede and drynke

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with Lord North from 1768 to 1783.'- Edited from the Originals at Windsor. With an Introduction and. Notes. By W. Bedham Donne. In TTwo Volunes. Published by Permnision of the Queen. (Svo, pp. xcii, 307, 452.) Murray. BIOuaCu'ss-' Personal Rtecollections Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £10. was asked to be deposited to secure the messenger's ex- peses.-Mr. Waterfield: it was £16i-Mr. Suckling appealed to Hr. Bedham (the messenger) whether ha was not correct iu his atatement?1- Mr. Badhens, replied that Aft. suckling onlytspoke to him Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and ,aluable FREEHOLD BUILDING ESTATE. aleo situate at Moseley, adjoining the Residence arnd In the occupa- tiou of P. 0. Bedham, laq. (but whose tenancy of the same will expire on the 2fth of September next), the whole containing about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eight o'clock, a fatal accident occurred ion the Croydon line of railway. The Brighton Railway Company are about cennecting the Bedham and Victoria line of railway with the West Croydon and E~psom line, by means of a short looplino, commencing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rhode Islnd, the storm was the worst ever experienced. Three Italian snow shovellers --ere killed by an ice plough at Bedham, Miassachusetts. At Nta- hatit a coasting steamer was .wrecked during the storm, and her crew of five perished. A Subscribers-only content

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