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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 12 [Cutlers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Girdlers. Butchers.]

    and Council, commanding them to sell their Candles: and some of them were sent to Prison. ] CUTLERS. C Oncerning this Company of CUTLERS, I find them to be of great Antiquity, and that they were incorporated in the beginning

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

    And is as followeth, (after the Twelve first Companies) 13. Dyers. 14. Brewers. 15. Leathersellers. 16. Pewterers. 17. Barber-Surgeons. 18. Cutlers. 19. Bakers. 20. Wax Chandlers. 21. Tallow Chandlers. 22. Armourers. 23. Girdlers. 24. Butchers. 25. Sadlers . 26. Carpenters.

    Book 5, Chapter 30 [Acts of Com. Coun.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [agst

    Grocery Wares, Confectionary Wares, Drapery Ware, Millenary Wares, Glasses and Earthen Wares; Ironmongers Wares, Braziers Wares, Turners Wares, Hosiers Wares, Cutlers Wares, Tin Wares, Toys and other Wares and Merchandizes, and such like Commodities, which by the Usage and Customs

    Book 5, Chapter 30 [Act for the] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Markets.]

    Liberties of the same, any Mercery Wares, Lace and Linnen; Grocery or Confectionary Wares. Ironmongers Wares, Braziers Wares, Hosiers Wares, Cutlers Wares, Tin Wares, Drapery Wares, Millenary Wares, Glasses or Earthen Wares, Toys or any such like Commodities or Merchandizes,

    Book 3, Chapter 1 Vintrie Ward.

    the Fifteen in London 6l. 13sh. 4d. * The Alderman of this Ward is Sir Thomas Abney , Kt. CHAP. Cutlers hall. Gralick hill. Bowling alley. Three Shear Court. St James Gar- Garlick Hithe. Great Trinity lane. Bow lane .

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Chichester Trades, industries, markets and fairs

    the Blacksmiths and Cutlers , 1609; the Gild of the Mercers, 1622; the Joiners' Gild, 1600; the Barbers' and Surgeons' and Glasiers' Gilds, 1608; the Clothiers' Gild, 1616; the Sadlers ' Gild, 1633; the Blacksmiths' and Cutlers ' Gild, 1662;

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Craft guilds

    20th cent. Pageant: Entry into Jerusalem . Corvisers. See Cordwainers and Shoemakers. Curriers. See Saddlers and Curriers. Cutlers . See Smiths , Cutlers , and Plumbers. Daubers. See Wrights and Slaters. Drapers. See Merchant Drapers and Hosiers. Drawers of Dee.

    Albourne Economic history

    rectory estate in 1341 . 95 In 1679 meadow belonging to the Bishopshurst home farm lay along a tributary of Cutlers brook between pasture to the south and arable to the north. 96 There was presumably common pasture for tenants

    Islington Other estates Islington estates c. 1800

    sold Cutlers with Canonbury to Sir John Spencer , and it then passed with Canonbury until 1650 when James, earl of Northampton (d. 1681), sold Great Cutlers , Little Cutlers , and Barn close, with a little close adjoining Cutlers

    Stapleford Tawney Introduction

    Theydon Garnon , stands Cutler 's Forge (see plate facing p. 233) which is said to have belonged to the Cutlers ' Company of London in the 17th century. 4 It is an L -shaped weather-boarded building, the older part

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    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 H Hawkers &

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ip-egrbeitr ~ Coppersmitlhs . . Shoma er Cotton-spinner . . I Silvesmitbs Curriers . . 10 Slater . . ' Cutlers . . . 5 Soap-boiJers ' . Disfillih' . 5 Sta'-rs . . Dyers .3. . Stotie-cutters . Farmers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pateutees respectfully inform the public, that the abovb complete aund elegant invention may be obtained at must respectable Jewellers, Silversmiths, Cutlers, and Stationers, but from some Imipositions having bcen practised, they deem it incumbent upon them to caution the public Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TH ISUBS.CRUiiERlS:o the RNCYCLOI5 CD:iA LOeNI)L.ttXSiS ofrre most respectt'ulv iniormed, that the rTW EN lY-Fl itS VO L-LtU M of that weerk wvill hr ready for delivery earlo in April This spl nziiel notisont work, ea~rly the largest int Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brougham, and of the Brewers' Company, London. Part VI contains the Charities of the City of Licebdeld and of the Cutlers', lltyrs', Curieis', and Skinners' Companies, London. Part VIb 'contoin the Charities ef Wolvetrhamtpton, Stafford, and North. amnpton. London: printed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    label, is encompassed with a yelow bell, with these words, "' WARRANTED-S. MORADN and CO."-SOld by al respectable Silversmiths, Stationers, Cutlers, &c. &c.-Mlanufactory, to Castle street, Finosbury.-N.B. The Venders of the spurious teads hove elantestie y inserted, in seall characters, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SANDWELL, Richard, of Wycombe, Bucks.

    SANDWELL, Richard, of Wycombe, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe Oct. 1377 Chipping Wycombe Jan. 1380 Chipping Wycombe Jan. 1397 Biography A member of an established Wycombe family, Richard was descended from Roger Sandwell, the MP of 1307 and 1327.

    HOPKINS, Sir Richard (d.1736), of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London.

    HOPKINS, Sir Richard (d.1736), of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London. Constituency Dates London 11 Dec. 1724 1727 Ofifces Held Director, R. Exchange Assurance 1720, S. Sea Co. 1721-d., sub-gov. S. Sea. Co. 1733-d., gov. London Assurance; Cutlers’ Co., transferred to

    CUTLER, Nicholas (by 1513-68), of Eye, Suff.

    commr. sewers, Sudbury 1542, Suff. 1566; gen. woodward, ct. augmentations, Norf. and Suff. 1546-54, Exchequer 1554-d.; j.p. Suff. 1558/59-d. Biography Cutlers had lived at Shotley in Suffolk since at least the mid-15th century, and another branch of the family became

    LEVER, John.

    LEVER, John. Constituency Dates Calne 1584 Calne 1586 Calne 1589 Biography As no one named Lever appears in the guild steward’s book at Calne, which begins in 1561, this Member was presumably not a native of the borough. Nothing

    CHIFFINCH, William (d.1691), of Whitehall and Philberts, Bray, Berks.

    CHIFFINCH, William (d.1691), of Whitehall and Philberts, Bray, Berks. Constituency Dates New Windsor 1685 Ofifces Held Page of the backstairs to Queen Catherine of Braganza 1662; page of the bedchamber and keeper of the closet 1666-85; jt. master of


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