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You searched for: Place: Bridgehouse, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix IV, Documents relating to the port of London

    map and Wyngaerde's 'view') as separating one of the cranes from the other two. Bridgehouse, Southwark. The only authorised landing place on the south bank, the Bridgehouse stood close to St. Olave's Church on the Thamesside. In Tudor times it

    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 28 January 1693, 28 January 1693-28 January 1693

    Auditor, Four Attornies of the Mayor's Court, Clerk of the Court of Conscience, Clerk of the Chamber, Clerk of the Bridgehouse, Clerk of the City Works, Fifteen Coalmeters, Ten Cornmeters, Four Saltmeters, Four Fruitmeters, Printer, Stationer, Keeper of Guildhall ,

    Introduction

    matters in which the City appeared in a proprietary capacity, and the line begins to blur. The Masters of the Bridgehouse appeared very much like any private owners of property, as both plaintiffs and defendants, to protest about encroachments, to

    House of Lords Journal Volume 23, May 1728, 11-20, 11 May 1728-20 May 1728

    Estate in the County of Surrey , devised to him by Frances late Viscountess Lanesborough ; and for Sale of Bridgehouse Farm , Part of the said Estate; and investing the Money in the Purchase of other Lands in the

    Stratford-le-Bow

    three mills, whereof one the master of St. Thomas of Acres in London made; the others, the maisters of the Bridgehouse of London. Two of them, which belong to Essex, the Abbot of Stratford is bound to repair; the third,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ASHHURST, Sir William (1647-1720), of Watling Street, London and Highgate, Mdx.

    1701 London 1705 London 1708 Ofifces Held Freeman, Merchant Taylors’ Co. 1669, master 1687-8; common councilman, London 1678-83, auditor of Bridgehouse accounts 1682-3, alderman 1687-d., dep. lt. 1687-1702, by 1710-d., sheriff 1691-2, ld. mayor 1693-4; pres. Christ’s Hosp. 1688; j.p.

    MOORE, Sir John (1620-1702), of Mincing Lane, London.

    custom the lord mayor could nominate one of the sheriffs for the coming year by drinking to him at the Bridgehouse feast, though recently the ceremony had been used merely to exact fines from wealthy citizens known to be unwilling

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    April 11. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. 8 1. Henry, Finsbury, jeweller. BANKRUPTS. JhIrgreaves and J. Hardman, Bacup, Lancashire, eotton-spinners. [Scott, B. Harding, Bridgehouse place, Newington causeway, grocer. [Arnory and Coles. Throgmorton street, J. Gill, Long acre, picture-dealer. [Popkin, Dean street, Soho square. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12OGERS'S PItaN OF RETRENCHMENT |! I TA RODGERS, TAItOR, 3, CITY ROAD, a few doors from p 0 i Tinsbury Square,-Respectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general, that he still continues with unparalleled success, his NEW: SYSTEM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROMANCE OF THE OL HOILS. In I vols. post 8vo. STORIES FROM FROISSART. By the late BARIty ST. narratves of Eousa Esqose auhring ofy "Gialbet E harle," rle~ & sthc. Contents:-The of Poiders Pete the Cruel. elack prince in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COL. LEICESTER STANHOPE FOR THE TOWER HAMLETS. T HE FRIENDS of COL. L. STANHOPE having determined Tito endeavour to secure his return to Parliament, Free of Expense, Sub- scriptions are earnestly requested to defray the necessary and legal charges Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the Ministry is an honest and fearless expos6 of tiaeir Political delinquen ies; and the articles on Shelley, Rousseau, and Bentham, are evidentl the productions of moaster hands.-Bristol Mercuiry. This periodical appears to he risinh rapidly in public Subscribers-only content

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