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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 APPENDIX.

    Spices for Cawdles for the Sick, Flax for the Sheets, and weaving of the same, Soltwich Cloth for Winding-Sheets, Bolls, Brooms , Baskets, Incense, Juniper , Ashes to buck their Cloaths; and also Money given to the Poor at their

    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

    Spices, for Caudles for the Sick, Flax for Shirts, and Weaving of the same, Cloth for Winding Sheets, Bowls , Brooms , Baskets, Incense, Juniper Ashes to buck their Cloaths. Also, Mony given to them at their Departure; which is

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    Monuments, and sweeping them out of their Church: and that the Churchwardens were forced to make a large Account for Brooms , viz. twelve Shillings; besides the carying away of the Stones and Brass thereof at their own Charge. He

    Book 2, Chapter 9 Langborne Ward. Alhallows Stane.

    down, and swept out of the Church, the Churchwardens were forced to make a large Account, 12s. that Year for Brooms , beside the Carriage away of Stone and Brass, at their own Charge. And here I am to note,

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. St Georges Parish. The Mint.

    , Heath and some only of Broom Staves which the Master Broom Men dispose of to those that make the Brooms . In this Street are these Places MAIDEN HEAD ALLEY, long, narrow, ordinary Built and Inhabited. CROSS KEYS ALLEY

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Times, 827. LAW.-Rudall 2a Vavasour, for Adultery, p. I3, 62.. Tnforina- tion agaiust R. Shepherd for illeglly sellin Brooms, 95.. Sir E. (wen v. Hlulke, for seduction, 383.. Lord Beresford v. the Ear- of Eective, for adultery, 430. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rit thle end of eack stanza, which is understood there as Gol save die Queen, and the provincial airof New Brooms or 'i'Itelependeuce of Ii~festmorland. 1M1r. Brougaian did not address the multitude. Mr. Brougiarm's manly conduct, in defence of our Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Love and Mr Harley, as a Bavarian Girl and a Southwark Boy, a Comic Duett, called ' Mops and Brooms, or a Brush at ye all.' After which, the Interlude of MY GRANDMOTHER. Vapour, Mr Harley; Dickey Gossip, Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, kc. _ _ __ On Monday, an inquest was held on the boAy of John Calcraft, Esq. M. P. at his residence, No; 17 Whitehall.place. It appeared from the evl- dence of Geo Rennison. his footmani, that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Price, for Cash on delivery, but on no ,other terms. Holborn, Nos. 294 and 295. P.S. eoeooo Foreign Carpet Brooms, from 9d. to es. 6d. each : by use of which ,Carpets will retain their brilliancy at least seven Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 December 1710, 20 December 1710

    to the beft Advan- " tage; and praying Leave to bring in a Bill, to veft "the faid Lands in Brooms in the Petitioners the *' Truftees, to be fold, according to the faiJ Will and "Decrees:" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1776, 24 April 1776

    Bill, intituled, " An Aft for dividing, allot- " ting, and enclofing of the Common Fields, Half-year " Enclofures, Heaths, Brooms, Breaches, Commons, and " Wafte Lands, within the Parilh of Coney Weflon,- in " the County of Suffolk;" to Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1776, 26 April 1776

    Billa, intituled, « An Aft for g^fjj?jgj " dividing, allotting, and enclofmg of the Common " Fields, Half-year Enclofures, Heaths, Brooms, " Breaches, Commons, and Wafte Lands, within the " Parifh of Coney We/ion, in the County of Suffolk." Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1776, 8 May 1776

    the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for " dividing, allotting, and enclofing of the Common V Fields, Half-year Enclofures, Heaths, Brooms, " Breaches, Commons, and Wafte Lands, within the " Parifh of Coney We/ion, in the County of Suffolk," was Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1776, 13 May 1776

    of Lincoln." " 44. An Act for dividing, allotting, and enclofmg " of the Common Fields, Half-year Enclofures, Heaths, " Brooms, Breaches, Commons, and Wafte Lands, " within the Parifh of Coney Weflon, in the County of " Suffolk." " Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, B

    359; for confirmation of shares, 207. Bridewells , building of, in Maryland, 182. Bridges , 153. See also King's Ways. Brooms , for the House of Commons, 144, 174. Buckhounds. See Royal Buckhounds. Burials , duties on. See Marriages; payments

    Index of Subjects, B, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    . See Works. Bridge , built by Charles I over the Tweed, allowance for repair of, 430. Broker , 451. Brooms , for the House of Commons, 232. Buckhounds . See Royal Buckhounds. Bullion recovered from shipwrecks in the West

    Introduction, The pre-reformation furniture

    264; that before the representation of the Salutation in St. Katherine's chapel, p. 264; a 'braunche of v,' p. 225. Brooms. These are often mentioned. Candles, p. 322. Candles of 'talow' for 'dyvine seruise' are mentioned at p. 81. Candelsticks:

    Accounts, December 1553 - December 1555

    from St. James's to Whitehall, and thence to Richmond ( Machyn's Diary ). Quite a common practice, especially in Summer. Brooms. The Cross Clothe was used to cover up the great cross during Lent, vide n. 2, p. 165. At

    Henry VIII, May 1527, 1-5, 01 May 1527-31 May 1527

    and lintels, and crests, "and on the bass and towers." Vinegar, 4 d . per gallon, used to temper verdigris. Brooms and boughs for branches, 3 d . Pink, 16 d . per gallon, spent by Master Hans and his

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.765

    Place(s): Lanchester (Lanchester) : rural deanery Location: Lanchester (Durham) Place(s): Lanchester (Lanchester, Langchester) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Lanchester (Durham) Place(s): Brooms (Brome) : undefined a tenementBrooms House (Brome House) : habitation Location: Milburn (Mylburne) : waterways Cannot identify - spelling

 

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