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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 11 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Brewers.]

    wanted one, two or three Gallons. And the Law had inflicted no Punishment on the Coopers , for not gauging or for untrue gauging; the Coopers being Judges of their own Work: And having liberty at their pleasure to Search

    Book 5, Chapter 13 [Coopers, &c.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Bowyers, &c.]

    COOPERS. T HE Company of COOPERS became to be incorporated in the 16th Year of the Reign of King Henry VII . by the Name of Master, Wardens, or Keepers and Commonalty of the Freemen of the Mystery of

    Book 5, Chapter 15 [Companies.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Carpenters. 27. Cordwainers. 28. Painter-Stainers. 29. Curriers. 30. Masons. 31. Plumbers. 32. Innholders. 33. Founders. 34. Poulterers. 35. Cooks. 36. Coopers . 37. Tylers and Bricklayers. 38. Bowyers. 39. Fletchers . 40. Blacksmiths. 41. Joyners. 42. Weavers . 43. Woolmen.

    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Ladies.

    6s. 8d. apiece, for ever. The Government of which Free School and Almshouses , she left in Confidence to the Coopers of London . This virtuous Gentlewoman was afterwards joined in Marriage with Sir Anthony Knevet , Kt. and so

    Book 1, Chapter 25 Schools. Ratcliff School.

    and an Usher, who was to have 6l. 13s. 4d. This School is under the Care of the Company of Coopers , London . Here the famous Bishop Andrews was some time a Scholar. Out of this School, of later

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools The Coopers ' Company's School

    Schools The Coopers ' Company's School THE COOPERS' COMPANY'S SCHOOL 12 In or before 1536 13 Nicholas Gibson , Prime Warden of the Grocers' Company 1536-7 and Sheriff of London 1538-9 , founded in Ratcliff Highway a school for boys

    Schools Coborn School

    amalgamating it in 1891 with the Coopers ' Company's schools un der the name of the Stepney and Bow Foundation. 10 The Coopers ' Boys' School took over the Tredegar Square building, and the Coopers ' Girls' School at 86

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Craft guilds

    Bowyers, and Stringers; and Coopers and Turners . Called Fletchers and Coopers c . 1500; Fletchers , Bowyers, and Coopers (or Fletchers , Bowyers, Coopers , and Stringers) earlier 16th cent.; Fletchers , Bowyers, Stringers, Coopers , and Turners (order

    Stepney Charities for the Poor

    settled Gibson's copyhold estate on the Coopers ' Company of London in trust to maintain the school and almshouses. The profits were to support seven poor people from Stepney and seven members of the Coopers ' Company or their widows

    Upminster Education and charities

    49 In 1956 it moved to new premises on the site of Mavisbank as a separate Aided school. 50 The Coopers ' Company and Coborn voluntary Aided mixed secondary school, St. Mary 's Lane. This school, whose history is described

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    notes. Atnn Erears is us married woman ; has kLnown the prisoners sinee t!te 13th of Jaly; terot to tile Coopers' Alms ieat day, in consequetcue of instruclionssite had received from the Solicitorto the BEitk to purcitase forged Bank-notes; introduced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvitha gold loop. The dresses Pre'all ready; and I arn given to understand each will cost 2001."- 'I'he Society of Coopers went on %Monday to Branden - bargh-hottse, to present an address to her Majesty. '1'he atteusldance was very ntrneroes,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Certificate." [TheCertificate is then set forth' - 05 M jesty's Strgeoans,-who were manil'e0lv quite a dilferellt ram from ourAbertletlys, Coopers, and Lawreuces,.shold il eOnmplaie of tte neglect ofregistering theCertifilatesof tlese tiies is hard to say, itnless, inldeed, they lost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, December 21. (This Gazette contains an Order in Council, notifying the further pro- rogation of Parliament, from the 6th of January to Thursday the 3d of February next, then to meet for the dispatch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANsKRUPTs. W. Cowdroy, Gorton, Lancashire, glue-maker. Solicitor, Mr Chester, Staple Inn. J. and P.NicholCornhil, terchants. Solicitors, Messrs Smith and Weir, Coopers! hall, Basinghall street. W. Hill, Arundell street, Pauton square, tailor. Solicitor, Mr Tanner, 'New Basinghall street. J. Smith, Broad Subscribers-only content

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/096/365/001

    Bawdy Houses Brasiers Brewers + Brokers + [not to trade & c void ] Butchers * C Canoneers Coffee Houses. Coopers Curriers + Cutlers D Distillers Drawers Dyers + E Embroiderers F Farmers Fishermen Framework Knitters G Girdlers Rep. Goldsmiths

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHAMPION, George (d.1754), of St. Clement's Lane, London, and Balking, Berks.

    CHAMPION, George (d.1754), of St. Clement's Lane, London, and Balking, Berks. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1734 1741 Ofifces Held Coopers’ Co. 1729; Haberdashers’ 1739; master, Haberdashers’ 1740-1; alderman of London 1730, sheriff 1737-8; col. White Regt. (trained bands) 1745-d.; pres.

    COOPER, John (1552-1610), of Pawlett, Som.

    COOPER, John (1552-1610), of Pawlett, Som. Constituency Dates Whitchurch 1584 Whitchurch 1586 Ofifces Held Gent. pens. 1583; j.p. Som. 1591. Biography Though there were two other John Coopers-a son of John Cowper of Ditcham and a Serjeant Cooper, one

    WILLIMOT, Robert (d.1746), of Mincing Lane, London and Coombe, Surr.

    WILLIMOT, Robert (d.1746), of Mincing Lane, London and Coombe, Surr. Constituency Dates London 1734 231741 Ofifces Held Coopers’ Co. 1736-d., master 1743; alderman, London 1736, sheriff 1741-2, ld. mayor 1742-3; pres. Bethlehem Hospital and Bridewell 1741-6. Biography Returned for

    FLEET, Sir John (1648-1712), of Allhallows Staining, London, and Battersea, Surr.

    FLEET, Sir John (1648-1712), of Allhallows Staining, London, and Battersea, Surr. Constituency Dates London 2 Mar. 1693 1700 London 11 Nov. 1701 London 1702 1705 Ofifces Held Freeman, Coopers’ Co. 1667, asst. 1685, master 1689, transferred to Grocers’ Co.

 

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