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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 7 APPENDIX.

    to drive away, or to carry to Bridewell . Yow shal alsoe, according to the ould Custome, give your Attendance upon the Lord Maior, at the Guildhall, the Sessions Howse , and Bridewell ; and there performe your Office as

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bridewel Hospital.

    and Alderman. The Treasurer, John Taylor, Esq; BENE- Bridewell , what it was at first. Pilkington Confutat. Bridewell about 100 Years ago . Syn. Papism. Granaries built here. The Use of Bridewell . R. B. Brid ewell burnt down. Rebuilt.

    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. THOMAS'S Hospital. Benefactors. Bridewell Hospital.

    made it their Residence. This, in the Days of Queen Elizabeth , was by some body belonging to Bridewell , for Harbour and Work. J. S. A Mill for Work at Bridewell . Old Records remaining in Bridewell Church .

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Colleges and Hospitals. Bridewel.

    say, was moved with Pity, and as Christs high honour- able Bridewell . Bishop Ridley 's Suit for Bridewel . Letter to Cecil; And Sir John Gates . Bridewell , for what Use. Dobbs and Barnes their good Deserts in

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bethlem Hospital.

    of his Maio - ralty, gave to the Hospitals of Bridewell and Bethlem, 500 00 0 Mr. The Dimensions. A Stove Room. A Bath. Convenient Rooms and Apartments. Bethlem and Bridewell one Corporation. Orders for this Hospital. August 11. 1699

  • * Victoria County History *

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    North Leigh Manor and other estates

    and half the hay tithes, 49 for all of which Bridewell hospital received 323 a., 50 later divided between Bridewell farm in the north and Heath farm in the south. Bridewell farm was sold in 1920 to George Lamb ,

    Industries Tobacco

    3 'Men will not stand upon it to drink either wine or tobacco with them who are more fit for Bridewell .' The signs of tobacconists' shops in the 18th century generally consisted of a large wooden figure of a

    The city of Cambridge Public buildings Cambridge castle; suggested plan

    the gaol itself and one inmate of the House of Correction or Bridewell . Three of the debtors were breakfasting with the gaoler's family (next door to the Bridewell ), and the other six had a warm room with a

    North Leigh Introduction

    Oolite stonebrash given over to arable. Meadow lay mainly on the alluvium lining the Evenlode . Gravel deposits south of Bridewell Farm, northeast of Holly Court , and at the west end of Boddington Lane were quarried at various times,

    North Leigh Economic history

    and the break-up of the largest estates. Bridewell 's tenant at Heath farm was said in 1881 to have lost money for years, and his rent was rebated; in 1920 the entire Bridewell estate was sold. 49 Also in 1881

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of them *rere very young, enerally frens six to tenl years oF ase. The Lord Mayer ;generally sait these to Bridewell, hald them slightly whipped,,.oii passed to iieit ye- rish. Ill BridewelIl thie had a separate room, and employment. as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and b-gan- abusing them in the most offensive-larnguage, talunting asod sneering at their wounds, and threatenting to take them to Bridewell,. if they did not immediately quit the ,own. Mr: Pearson, to protect the witnesses, engaged another room for them; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gave directions for uMrs: lMoigan 'to haiae thebestaic_ eobniodnt~ion,' and any refresthment she might^ chdos'e. Others have be-en ton Tothil-fiHeds Bridewell and t;iveAatsf-' 'mniiar directiona nad she as in conbecjdenie iSed so the (iovernr's'botsie. A' geottemnn, who resides; TOO ites' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no. The. prisonerw was, however, committed for a misdenmeanot, char ed. lvitbi reflusing to give evidence upon the capital ctharg?, to Toti. hill-fields Bridewell, where he remained till Moudav, ssbeat h; (vas broukht to Bow-street O.fice, and admitted to bail. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    securily to Ikeep thb pea-ce for tkwelve- months, and was. ordained tc iinple'ilent the se6- tence; instantly, or gsr. tor Bridewell, A geutienan in Court bad the souInapity to pay the due, nd became bail for the TBiglishtap, and be Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TAYLOR, Joseph (?1679-1759), of Stanmore, Mdx. and the Inner Temple.

    Clerk of Bridewell and Bethlehem Hospitals 1707-d. Biography Taylor, a Tory lawyer, was described in 1712 as ‘the solicitor, clerk of Bridewell, our Dean’s creature’,[footnote] i.e. of Francis Atterbury, then dean of Christ Church, Oxford, and preacher at Bridewell. He

    ROSE, John (d.1591), of Canterbury, Kent.

    before being returned twice to Parliament. During his first term as mayor the city acquired the Poor Priests’ hospital, or Bridewell, which had just been surrendered to the Crown. According to a note on the back of the royal grant,

    SEXTON, Edmund (d.c.1589), of Westminster and Uxbridge, Mdx.

    ‘because they be clean left without all manner of furniture’, and to a young cousin named Calwell, ‘now prisoner in Bridewell in London’. The will mentions Sexton’s lease in the palace of Westminster. John Emers and his wife, probably Sexton’s

    NEWLAND, George (?1692-1749), of Gatton, Surr.

    Oct. 1749 Ofifces Held Professor of geometry, Gresham Coll. London 1732-d.; gov. St. Bartholomew’s, Bridewell, and Bethlehem Hospitals 1738-d. Biography On Newland’s appointment to the professorship of geometry at Gresham College, Hearne, the Oxford antiquary, commented:I think his being a

    TURNER, Sir William (1615-93), of St. Paul’s Churchyard, London

    Co. 1640, master 1661, 1684; alderman, London 1660, 1662–Aug.1687, Oct. 1688, 1690–d., sheriff 1662–3, ld. mayor 1668–9; pres. Bethlehem and Bridewell Hosps. 1669–87, 1690–d.; dir. E. I. Co. 1670–1, 1684–5, 1687–8, 1690–1; asst. R. African Co. 1676–8, 1681–3, 1686–8, 1691;

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

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    PATRICK HAYES, Theft, 14/02/1821

    of Edward the VI. of Christ, Bridewell, and St. Thomas Apostle . THOMAS DAVIS . I am pass-master for the County of Middlesex. On the 5th of February, the prisoner was brought from Bridewell , to be passed to Bristol,

    JAMES DODD, JOHN GREEN, Theft, 17/04/1822

    I live in the North Riding, Yorkshire. The property stated in the indictment was deposited in a strong room in Bridewell . I saw them last on the 23rd of August. I had the key of the box they were

    Killing, 07/12/1743

    of the Precinct of Bridewell in the Parish of St. Bride , was indicted for the Murder of Thomas Baker , by giving him a mortal Bruise with his Hand, on the right Side of the Head, above the Ear,

    Ordinary's Account, 07/05/1740

    off, and Evan Morgan being t aken and carry'd before a Magistrate, was in Consideration of his Youth committed to Bridewell to hard Labour for one Month only. Parker finding his Companion detected, and examining the Contents of what he

    Ordinary's Account, 24/10/1711

    1705, was Burnt in the Hand in April 1710, and in September following; and twice, if not more, order'd for Bridewell , & c. These were Facts so plain and so fresh in my Memory, who brought them back into


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