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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Watches, be., exchanged. M erchants, Shippers, and Clubs - supplied. f- ; : i; Steam Factory and City Show Rooms- LUDGATE - IiLL & OLD BOND 6 THEET0 LONDON?' E MIGAIN 'ROVINCE 0:F. ONT.AR&IO (DOMINTON-OF CANADA)~ R&t 1 w RitST.Aud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Old Silver, JewellerY, u Watehes, &c, eixchanged. Msrchants, Shippers, and Clubs I. supplied. Steam Factory and City Show Roodns- S- LUDGATE' HILL & OLD BONDV STREET, IU LONDON. in I Argraffedig (dros y North and tSouth Wales. Orew paper Company, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PeswchI CrygniN! Dig Anadi !!= MORGAN'S HOREHOUND9 PEC:TOR~Lt AT BODDI Rhyddhad ebrwydd oddiwrth yr anhwylder- au uchod mewn yehydiglIlydau. . Y, mae y liwyddiant aeghyifredin sydd wedi hgy,,od if y fe dd yg- ii*eth ranmolad.I y hon e cyy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peswch I Crygni!! Djf'yg A0nadA1!!! MORGAlkS2, HOREHOUND PEGTO L AT BODDI Rhyddhad ebrwydd oddiwrth yr anhlwylder- au uchod mewn ydhydig fynydam. Y mae y llwyddiant anghyffredin sydd wedi hynodi y feddyg- ilath gamoladwy hon er pan ei cy.wynwyd gyntaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peswch! crygnfl! Diffyg Anadl!1! MORGAN'S HOREHOUND PECTORAL : AT RODDI Rhyddhad ebrwydd oddiwrth yr anhwylder- au uchod mewn yohydig fynyd.ivu. Y mae y llwyddiant anghYffredin qydd d rtiii y feddyg- ~ ganoladw hnepan el yWyiwd ytaf I syiy P Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, June 1659, 01 June 1659-30 June 1659

    1659 June 1659 Henry Owen, Ludgate, London. 7 June 1659. Vol. G No. or p. Registrar's certificate that he finds his name in a list of sequestered persons returned by the Committee of London, in obedience to an order of Subscribers-only content

    The Chronicle of the Grey Friars, Jane

    . . . . . . . . . . a young man that was drauer at sent Jones at Ludgate . . . . . . . both hys erres cut of cruelly, and sent unto warde agayne .

    Prisons

    and Aldermen, recommending them to appoint Leonard Blanchard and John Hankin, now deputy-keepers, to the office of principal keepers of Ludgate Prison, Thrower, the principal keeper, being contented to resign. They were willing to satisfy a demand of 100 l

    Gates in the wall of this Citie

    and laid them in irons: and this may suffice for Newgate. Ludgate.Ludgate.; Roger of Wendouer. Mathew Paris.; Ludgate new builded.; Jewes houses spoyled.; Patent.; Ludgate again new builded.; Ludgate inlarged in the raigne of H. the sixt. In the

    Wills, 39 Henry VI (1461-2)

    rent of ten pounds six shillings and eightpence issuing from his lands and tenements situate without Ludgate in the parish of S. Martin near Ludgate, charged with an annual payment of seven marks to a chantry in the church of

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 985 (1563)

    receiued þt waie into Londō, returnyng another way by Kingstone with his army, he came vp throughe the stretes to Ludgate, wher as returnng thence, was resisted at Temple barre and there apprehended, which was vppon Ash wednisdaye: at what

    Quene Mary. The Oratiō of Q. Mary in the Guild Hall. Talke betwen Lady Iane & Fecknā.

    into London, returning an other way by Kingstone with his army, came vp through the streetes to Ludgate, M. Wyat came to Ludgate. & returning thēce, he was resisted at Temple barre, & there yelded hym selfe to Syr Clement

    Queene Mary. The Oration of Q. Mary. Talke betwene Lady Iane and Fecknam.

    into London, returnyng an other way by Kyngstone with his army, came vp through the streetes to Ludgate, M. Wyat came to Ludgate. and returnyng thence, he was resisted at Temple barre, and there yelded hym selfe to Syr Clement

    Queene Mary. Wyat taken at Templebarre. Talke betweene Fecknam and Lady Iane.

    þt way into London, returning another way by Kingstone with his army, M. Wyat came to Ludgate. came vp through the streetes to Ludgate, and returning thence, M. Wyat apprehended at Templebar. hee was resisted at Temple barre, and there

    Book 6, page 1198 (1563)

    and sing masse, & taught children their Primer & accidence, about half a yere together. And thāwēt frō thence to Ludgate in Suffolke, & there serued as a secular prieste about a quarter of a yere: & frō thēce he

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The black friars

    Kilwardby, the Dominican archbishop of Canterbury , obtained from the mayor and commonalty a commanding site on the Thames within Ludgate 13 and close to Montfichet's Tower which was now pulled down and the material used to construct the new

    The colleges and halls Sidney Sussex Sidney Sussex College . Argent a bend engrailed sable (forRadcliffe) impalingor a pheon azure (for Sidney).

    godly' preachers in and near London , for the relief and redemption of poor prisoners in the King's Bench and Ludgate and for the poor in Bermondsey Street , in Barking , and in Bortham ( Essex ). Another bequest

    Parishes Leckhampstead

    his wife , and John Pollard and Katherine his wife conveyed the manor to Edmund Pye (of St. Martin's , Ludgate , London ) and his son and heir Edmund. 73 The elder Edmund was still alive in 1635 ,

    Secular canons Cathedral of St. Paul

    St. Augustine 's Gate and thus obstructed the king's highway through it and the western gate of St. Paul's to Ludgate ; and that they had prevented passage through Southgate and 'Dycer's Lane.' In reply the canons produced their various

    Index K-Z

    Margaret Moses , St. Margaret Pattens , St. Martins le Grand , St. Martin , Iremonger Lane, St. Martin , Ludgate , St. Martin Orgar, St. Martin Outwich , St. Martin Vintry , St. Mary Abchurch , St. Mary ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 May 1738, 11 May 1738

    of " his Hand-writing; and that the Frank was fent to him •* by one Roger Manjhaw, who lives upon Ludgate " Hill." Next, Mr. Sallwcod was called in: And the Super¬ fcription of a Letter, franked *' Monfon" beingfheweU Subscribers-only content

    12 December 1768, 12 December 1768

    quire, Brother-in-law and fole Executor named in the Will of John Schoppons Efquire, deceafed, John Free- mantle of Saint Martin's Ludgate, London, Efquire, and Frances his Wife, One of the Grand-nieces of the faid John Schoppons, and One of the Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1788, 18 April 1788

    and how many for Sums between One hundred Pounds and Five hundred Pounds ; (videlicet) King's Bench, Fleet, Newgate, Marfhalfea, Ludgate, and New Gaol Southwark ; and that the Number of Rooms, allotted in each of the above Prifons for Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1806, 18 April 1806

    « fined for Debt in the Prifon of Ludgate, in the City " of London." The Houfe being informed, « That Mr. Teagite, Account» " Keeper of Giltfpur Street Compter and Ludgate delivered. " Compter, attended, purfuant to the above Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1806, 24 April 1806

    of January lafl: and the 16th of April Inftant, inclu- " five." Ordered, That the Keeper of the Prifon of Ludgate do lay before this Houfe, " An Account of the Number " ef Debtors committed to his Cuftody, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    A. C., Theft, 10/12/1690

    Silk, value about 9 l. 4 s. from John Coniers near Ludgate , on the 11th of September ; As likewise about 48 Yards of striped Silk from Henry Rapier , part of which was found at pawn at one

    Mary Shaw, Theft, 06/09/1693

    3 s. out of the Shop of Mr. Mason and Mr. Wise near Ludgate : The Prisoner came into the Shop with one Jane Lee , who confest the Indictment, and told the Prosecutor that Lee was her Servant, and

    John Ingram, Theft, 07/04/1725

    John Ingram of Ludgate , was indicted for Privately stealing a Hat, Value 6 s. the Goods of John Wall , in the Shop of John Dashwood , on the 27th of March . Acquitted .

    William Field, Violent Theft, 05/06/1728

    , of Ludgate , was indicted for assaulting Mary Faulkoner on the Highway, putting her in Fear, and taking from her a Silver Snuff-Box. Value 8 s. and 6 d. a Gold Ring, value 9 s. on the 2d of

    Anne Measham, Theft, 13/10/1742

    his Person , Sept. 28 . Bryan Mathews . Sept. 28, as I was coming along on this Side of Ludgate , a Woman called to me, and took me into the Prisoner's House, in a back Alley, to drink

 

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