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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 Cripplegate Ward. [Present State.]

    chief are Forestreet , the Postern street, Backstreet in little Moorfields ; Moor lane, Grub street , Whitecross street , Redcross street , Beech lane , Golden lane , Barbican , and Jewen street. Of these in Order. Forestreet ,

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. S. Giles Criplesgate Church.

    from the said Gate, on the Bank of the Town Ditch . And so was there a Street since called Forestreet , as standing before the Gate. This Alfune in the Reign of Henry the First , became the first

    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates and Posterns.

    ; and another Postern made with double Gates for a Passage into Forestreet . And soon after, another near the North End of Bassinshawstreet, leading into the aforesaid Forestreet , formerly called the Postern leading into More-fields . ] CREPLEGATE.

    Book 3, Chapter 6 Cripplegate Ward. [Bounds.]

    side thereof, and so to Cripplegate , do make the Bound of this Ward within the Walls. Without Cripplegate , Forestreet runneth thwart before the Gate, from against the North side of St. Giles Church , along to Moor lane

    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Present State.] Cripplegate Ward.

    Court . Sun Alley, but small. Whitecross street , a good Place, pretty well built and inhabited. It begins in Forestreet , and runs Northwards into Oldstreet ; which is of a very great length. But the part within the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fifehead-Magdalen, Dorsetshire, dealer. [Lindsell, Holborn court. J. -Hayn, Fleet market, wine-mercbant. [Hutchison, Crown court. J. Grirmshaw,Manchester, check-manufaotnrer. [Adlington,Bedford row. S;.Calvert, Forestreet, C ripplegate,ftlax-dresser. [Smith,Carthusian at. J. Fuller, Hampstead road, builder. [Loveland, Symond's inn. J. Biggs, Lewishan, builder. [Smith, Basinghall street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grocer. [Clowes mId Wedlake, King's Bench walk, Temple. DIVIDENDS. September 27, G. Grenwell, J. B. D. Dearberg, and W, Whitehall, Forestreet. and Covettry, silk manufactureis- September 29, J. Smith, Nottingham, joiner-September 29, T. R. Waters, Towceeter, Northamptorishire, licensod vitualle -September Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 bave concluded."-Timm, Parliamentary Report, Feb. 2, 1841. London: James Gilbert. 419 Paternoster row; Alden, 43 High straet, Oxford; Balle. Forestreet. Exeter. Justpublished, price3s. TUSTICES' J U S T I C E. A Satire. VI By RoORetT JAMES BALL, B.A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jtld to, a! 10, at rite Citrt of toomtisrioners, Lon -Att. Ilitltartlsot, Cheapside. K AIN Francis. toe tre late 01 Forestreet, Linchoane, it couttly of Aliddlesex. coal-tnerchant, vlarfiner, d. surj.June 5, 1°, Jrly tO, at CS. at tise CourtotConmntst era, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'F.llulaee c20 ilr nolntgtlano, Irlahinr lay r iacior F. Jacobsian, N. Jacobson, aaid li. Jacobsonl, gold beptieli, ner lateof 1IC, Forestreet, eand n.:w ofO2, Great St. IIleltn-., s Clty, (s far as relates to F. Jacobsoe) aiet J.Viocory liroughton and Subscribers-only content

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