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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 Liveries and Fees.

    the Pesthouse, 60 One Keeper of Guildhall , & c. 1200 One Keeper of the Greenyard, 100 Two Keepers of Moorfields ; each 100l. 200 One Keeper of the Sessions-House , 200 One Mason of the Bridge-House , 200 One

    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bethlem Hospital.

    T HE Hospital of St. Mary of Bethlem, seated in Bishopsgate Ward , without the City Wall, betwixt Bishopsgate-street and Moorfields ; first founded by Simon Fitz Mary , one of the Sheriffs of London , in the Year of

    Book 3, Chapter 4 Coleman street Ward. [Present State.]

    to Cripplegate . And adjoining to Moorfields , is the Swan Inn , well built, and indifferent for Stabling. This Hopsital of Bethlem, or Bedlam , is pleasantly seated, with its Front regarding Moorfields . It is a very long

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

    the Gardens, Houses, and Allies on that side the Moorfields , till ye come unto a Bridge and Cow-house near unto Finsbury Court, is all of Cripplegate Ward . Of these Moorfields you have formerly read what a moorish rotten

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Liveries and Fees.

    Liveries, 3 4 00 To the Keeper of the Pest-House, his Fee, 13 6 08 To the 2 Keepers of Moorfields , Fee 10l. each, 20 00 00 To the Renter of Finsbury , his Fee, 3 6 08 To

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Liverpool Schools

    day-schools, provided either by various denominations or by endowment. The earliest of these schools were the Old Church School in Moorfields ( 1789 ), the Unitarian Schools in Mount Pleasant ( 1790 ) and Manesty Lane ( 1792 ), and

    Houses of Military Orders St Mary of Bethlehem

    the purpose, 31 a new hospital was built in 1675 , at a cost of nearly £17,000, on ground in Moorfields granted by the City. 32 At that time it formed one corporation with Bridewell , and the superior officials

    The borough of Southwark Charities

    ( Bedlam ), after existing for 400 years close to the present Liverpool Street station, then for 140 years in Moorfields , was rebuilt in 1812 in St. George's Fields , on the 'turnpike road from Westminster Bridge to Kennington

    Islington Roman Catholicism

    18th century there were three or four Roman Catholics, 59 but it was not until 1837 that two priests from Moorfields moved to the parish and built the school in Duncan Street which was used for worship until the church

    Heston and Isleworth Syon House

    of rich colour, with plum-red Spitalfields silk damask on the walls, a specially designed carpet executed by Thomas Moore of Moorfields in 1769 on the floor, and an elaborate ceiling with wooden medallions painted by Cipriani. This replaced the original

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at eich ffydd rinwedd." Cynhaliwyd Cyfarfod Misol Rhagfyr yn ol y pen- derfyniad blaenorol yn ughapel y Bedyddvwyr, Eldon- St., Moorfields, nos Iau, Rhagfyr 2Sain. 1876, dan lywyddiaeth y Parch. D. C. Davies, M.A. Darllen- wyd a chadarnbawyd cofnodau y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, (E.); J. Ogmore Davies Craven Chapel; G. M. Murphy, Borough Road; Owen Evans,FetterLane; Jenkyn Jones, Oxford Road; Wm. Jones, Moorfields; a gweinidog yr eglwya, R. L. Thomas. Oddiar y cyfeiriad a roddwyd gBD Y cadeir- ydd, cafwyd sylwadau cynee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    long romain RO,) al secretary to the Royal iii;lic L~ailNe, o. 100, held at Mr. MuRmEy's, tIle ,tO(ne hind, leittle Moorfields. He is a tall good- ;t'tskiii tnai, ncar six f-et in height, and inclined to be v'rl tut. lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Longden, Silver-street, wood-street, colour- malinkfactrars. A ttorney, Mr. Fislier, Steple-ins, I, CaiutiCrtn-road, Stieclitch, ajid W. i. CatiNew Union- stress, Moorfields, merchanmts. Atornies, Messrs. Stralton and AllPorl, Shorediteh. U. Yales, Totote a-n-oor:-road, ptunuber. Attorney, Mr. Tar- ner, Percy-strees, B.ecford-souare. Bt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New Inn J. Arton, Great Driffleld, York, groceri Attorney, Mr. Dickinson, ull. - C ERP TIFICATES-NOV-. 7. 13. iloivgv, jfltsod-flreel, Moorfields, chDm'st.-5. D. Cock, Ncrnrich. winle- -erJchnt.J. Pitcherls, Norwich, wine- nerc~har-,J. .Cnmnnallev, 1Manchester~ linen-dr~per.-S. lbhetson, Ludtgate-hill, RilI-mecca.-R. Clarke, Stepney, factor.-J. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Notes (1): The Ahiman Rezon for 1813 only says "Constituted in London." Meeting Places Blue Bell, Horse Alley, Moorfields, London 1754 Red Cross, Minories, London 1754 Red Lion, Jewin Street, Aldersgate Street, London 1755

    Lodge of Liberty

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Fir Tree, near Whitechapel Church, Whitechapel, London 1767 Castle, Long Alley, Moorfields, London 1769 River Lee Tavern, Limehouse Bridge, Limehouse, London 1770

    Euphrates Lodge

    Row, Moorfields, London 1814 Bull and Ram, Old Street, London 1817 St. Luke's Head, Old Street, London 1818 London Militia, White Swan, Bunhill Row, Moorfields, London 1821 Hope Tavern, Banner Street, St. Luke's, London 1822 White Swan, Bunhill Row, Moorfields,

    no name is given

    St, London 1734 Bull's Head & Three Tuns, Newgate St, London 1748 Griffin, [Green Dragon], Fleet Street, London 1748 Dog Tavern, Garlick Hill, Thames Street, London 1752 White Swan, Whitecross Street, London 1763 White Swan, Bunhill Row, Moorfields, London 1773

    Royal Jubilee Lodge

    1811 Excise Coffee House, Old Broad Street, London 1813 Three Lords, Minories, London 1814 Golden Hind, Little Moorfields, London 1817 Dial, Long Alley, Moorfields, London 1819 Robin Hood, Holborn, London 1821 Hole-in-the-Wall, Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London 1822 Crown

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

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    John Barrett, Theft, 09/10/1689

    value 8 l. the Goods of Richard Tarpen . The Evidence declared that the Cloth was taken off the Racks near Moorfields , and he was seen to do it, so he was found Guilty . [Branding. See summary. ]

    John Fudg, Theft, 08/07/1713

    silk Handkerchief , on the 2d Instant. It appear'd, that the Prosecutor being in Moorfields to see the Charity Children, one that stood by him observ'd the Prisoner to take the Handkerchief out of his Pocket, who was immediately Apprehended

    William Brown, Sexual Offences, 11/07/1726

    with them to an Ale house in Moorfields, where we agreed that I should go out, and pick one up, and they'd wait at a proper Distance. There's a Walk in the upper Moorfields , by the Side of the

    Mary Shrewsbury otherwise, Killing, 16/02/1737

    a second Time indicted by Vertue of the Coroner's Inquest for the said Murder. Mr. Bay. This Accident happened in Moorfields on Friday 7-night last, Application was made to me on Suspicion of a Murder. I being Overseer of the

    Thomas Griggs, Theft, 16/01/1747

    Philosopher, & c. out of the Shop of Mr Thomas King in Moorfields , on the seventh of January . Thomas King . I have two Shops; I came out of one of them into the other, and I saw

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 March 1775, 20 March 1775

    never lay there all Night: That he has often drove Mr. Collins and Mrs. "Jenkins to the Globe Tavern in Moorfields to dinner, and to other Places, where they ufed to ftay Two Hours to¬ gether : That Mr. Collins Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1778, 29 April 1778

    Commons of the City of Lon- " don, in Common Council affembled, to make a Street " or Opening from Moorfields, oppofite Chifwell Street, " towards the Eaft, into Bißop/gate Street; and alfo from " the Eaft End of Chifwell Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1778, 30 April 1778

    and Commons of Streets Biß« the City of London, in Common Council affembled, to make a Street or Opening from Moorfields, oppo- fite Chifwell Street, towards the Eaft, into Bijhopfgate Street; and alfo from the Eaft End of Chi/well Street, Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1778, 4 May 1778

    and Commons of the " Cay of London, in Common Council affembled, to " make a Street or Opening from Moorfields oppofite " Chi/well Street, towards the Eaftynto Bijhopfgate Street; " and alfo from the Eaft End of Chifwell Street, Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1778, 5 May 1778

    Leave be given to bring in a Bill, purfuant to the faid Petition and Report. AMerfgate Street Paving Bill; 'an Moorfields Streets Bill: ey to he Nam« utopp» Hodie f vice letla efi Billa, intituled, " An A& for " Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    On certain social aspects of insanity., 1884

    the reception of fifty lunatics. This, the first Bethlehem Hospital or Bedlam , was removed in 16 7 5 to Moorfields , and in 1814 the present magnificent hospital was erected in St George ' s Fields . Another hospital, Subscribers-only content

    How to save Egypt, 1884

    " +b " HOW TO SA¥E E6YF 35 BY #n © 16 Campaigner, ILon & on : PUBLISHED BY ABRAHAM KING-DON & Co., Printers to Her Majesty ' s Stationery Office, 32, MOORFIELDS , MOORGATE , E.C. 18S4. *G 3k Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    has turned preacher, I find. " Looking at him very seriously she said : " John, J The Foundry in Moorfields , originally used by tho government for casting cannon, but now disused, was secured by Wesley in 1739 , Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    THE FOUNDRY , MOORFIELDS . 47 hinder wheels not unfrequently merged into the deep pits and hollows in the sands. I struggled hard to maintain my seat in the saddle, while the poor, affrighted animals were snorting and rear¬ ing Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    carry on His own work in the way that pleaseth Him. " Wesley ' s preaching on Kennington Common , Moorfields , and other parts of the metropolis was also attended with great success, although scarcely any of these " Subscribers-only content

 

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