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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates, and Posterns.

    Prisoner out of Newgate . The King's Chancellor Prisoner in Newgate . Newgate new Builded. Water conveyed to Newgate and Ludgate . Prisoners of Ludgate removed to Newgate . L. Egremond, and others, brake Prison out of Newgate . Foundlings.

    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 Order of St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

    Wages of the Hospital, giving daily Attendance upon the Cures of the Poor. And a Minister, named, The Visitor of Newgate , according to his Office and Charge. The Governours are always elected by the Lord Maior and his Brethren;

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Worthy Maiors.

    And for his so doing, you gave him ill Words, and threatning him to Newgate ; and gave Commandment, the biggest Pair of Bolts in Newgate should be set on his Heels: And said, the Lord Steward, neither the said

    Appendix 1, Chapter 9 Order of St. Bartholomew's Hospital.

    hath provided. This is your Charge. The Visitour of Newgate . Y OUR Charge is faithfully and diligently to visit all the poor and miserable Captives within the Prison of Newgate , and minister unto them such ordinary Service, at

    Book 5, Chapter 22 [Laws of] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [the Market.]

    Houses by vicious living, or offending his Master by Theft, of Dislander, or such like, then to command him to Newgate . Apprentice enrolled, his Master payeth two Shillings six Pence. Apprentice set over, he that receiveth, two Shillings. Apprentice

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

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    Book 6, page 1328 (1563)

    to dooe, if it be his wyll. And then was I with the reste of my brethren caryed awaye to Newgate. Thus, gentle Reader, as neare as I can, I haue sette oute the truthe of myne examination, and the

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    to be obserued no lesse in his other prison fellowes, who beyng there together, caste in an outwarde house wythin Newgate, hadde Godlye conference with in themselues, with dayly prayinge and publyke readynge, whiche they to theyr greate coumforte vsed

    Book 4, page 733 (1563)

    be ruled alwayes therby. Thus fare ye well. Quod Anne Askewe.The confession of the faith whiche Anne Askewe made in Newgate, before she suffred.J Anne Askewe, of good memory, although my mercifull father hath geuē me the bread of aduersytie,

    Quene Mary Godly Letters of Thomas Haukes, Martyr.

    for euerThomas Haukes.Here followeth an other letter of Thomas Haukes sent to his wyfe after hys condemnation, being prisoner in Newgate: the copy wherof is this.¶ The copy of Thomas Haukes letter to his wyfe.A letter of Tho. Haukes vnto

    Q. Mary. Godly Letters of Thomas Haukes, Martyr.

    for euerThomas Haukes.Here followeth an other letter of Tho. Haukes sent to his wyfe after his condemnation, being prisoner in Newgate: the copye wherof is thys.¶ The copy of Tho. Haukes letter to his wife.A letter of Tho. Haukes vnto

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nid ystadegaeth troseddiadau yn unig a geir yma, ond autobiographies (ymgofiantau -yn ol ein Geiriadurwyr) y troseddwyr y mae drysau Newgate yn agor i'w derbyn, ac yn cau amnynt. Y mae Mr. JONES yn yr adroddiad bwn yn cana alarwm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y byddai yn arfer gyru i West- o minster yn ystod y naw mis diweddaf, i ofal 1 awdurdodau carchar Newgate, y rhai sydd i'w gadw yno, yn ei gell oer, ddiaddurn, i ymbortbi I ar fwyd y carchar, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .erioed. Yn bresenol mnae yr Y yr hawlydd, yn lie bod ya mhalasdy Tichborne, wedi alwr cael llety yn ngharchar Newgate, i gael ei b'cfi ar y g dim cyhuddiad o dynga anudon. Nid oherwydd dim c a daioni neillduol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oec d Ond y dydd o'r blaen, ymddangosodd llythyr Ep 1- oddiwrth yr Hawlydd oi gell yn n,,harchar Ly a. Newgate, yn galiw am i'r WMad gymeryd ei dd o achos i fyny, a dyfod allan i'w gynorthwyo i en' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddrylf. ian, a 35 o fywydau wedi aoll;."' Mae yr hawlydd yn achos Ticbborne mewn gobaith i gael rhyddbad 'o Newgate;; ymddeny fod Sergeant Ballantine yn parhau'ye ifyddlon i'ddo. Mae Bwrdd Yegol'Llundain wedi' prynt darn o dir i adeiladu swyddfeydd Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Major buildings City walls and gates

    to the north and east, lay the town ditch, and inside, except in the abbey precinct and between Eastgate and Newgate , a roadway to provide access. 32 In the later 16th or early 17th century the ditch was filled

    Friaries Houses of white friars

    at Doncaster , 25 the prior, Lawrence Coke , supported the rebellion. He was imprisoned in the Tower and in Newgate , condemned by Act of Attainder a few days before Cromwell 's fall, but pardoned on 2 October 1540

    Leisure and culture Learned societies

    the Second World War, when it helped to save St. Peter's church, the Blue Bell Inn , and the old Newgate . Although it resumed lobbying the city council in the 1950s , the formation of Chester Civic Trust in

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Town planning and the built environment, 1918-39

    son Michael produced a design for a gate with simplified medieval references which was officially opened in 1938 as the Newgate . 13 The largest public building planned in Chester between the wars, the neo-Georgian extension to County Hall designed

    Friaries The observant friars of Greenwich

    in Newgate . 61 On 3 August Thomas Belchiam, a young priest, who had composed a book against the king, one copy of which he left in the hands of his brethren at Greenwich , died of starvation in Newgate

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ESSINGTON, John (1689-1729), of Wandsworth, Surr.

    confused with the Member for Aylesbury 1710-15) was returned as a Whig at New Romney in 1727 with the Duke of Dorset’s ‘privity’.[footnote] Unseated on petition, he died on 8 Apr. 1729, ‘in Newgate where he was imprisoned for debt’.[footnote]

    MYDDELTON, John (1685-1747), of Chirk Castle, Denb.

    of the elections committee. After Walpole’s fall he was unseated by the House of Commons, who committed William Myddelton to Newgate, also having him turned out of his receivership and the commission of the peace.[footnote]John Myddelton died 9 Apr. 1747.

    ORMESBY, James (d.1400/1), of Holborn, Mdx.

    of London 28 Oct. 1392-d. Ofifces Held Commr. to receive prisoners from Windsor at Newgate gaol, London Feb. 1393. Biography This obscure shire knight may have been related to the John Ormesby who served as a buyer for the royal

    FINCH, Hon. John (?1692-1763), of Bushey, Herts.

    Lord Nottingham thatthe expectations of the town at this time are great what will be done with that creature in Newgate that stab[bed] your son, Mr. Finch. It is thought by all people your Lordship may punish her as you

    BRADSHAW, Ellerker (1680-1742), of Risby, nr. Beverley, Yorks.

    1722 and 1723, Bradshaw was returned for it in 1727, but was unseated on petition, his agents being committed to Newgate by the House of Commons for ‘notorious and scandalous bribery and corruption’. When the agents petitioned for their release,the

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

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    Thomas Huggins, Theft, 08/12/1697

    the 8th of December of a Pocket-handkerchief, value 3 s. It appeared that as the Prosecutor was coming through Newgate , he saw the Prosecutor pulling the Handkerchief out of his Pocket, which he let drop; and the Prisoner again

    Daniel Wells, Miscellaneous, 10/12/1712

    and assisting several Prisoners to break her Majesty's Goal of Newgate , and make their Escape . The Prosecutors were Mr. Rouse and Mr. Jeffreys, the two Master Turn-keys. Mr. Rouse depos'd, that on Monday the eighth instant, he had

    Isaac Dalton, Royal Offences, Royal Offences, Royal Offences, 12/07/1716

    who were upon Guard at Newgate , on his Majesty last Birth-day . It was prov'd by Mr. Smith, who was appointed by my Lord Mayor and the Sheriffs, to super intend the Goal of Newgate, That the Prisoner had

    William Pitts, Royal Offences, 12/07/1716

    follows: William Pitts , of London Gent. indicted for High Treason; for whereas he being Keeper of the Goal of Newgate , on and before the 8th of December last, and whereas Thomas Foster , jun a false Rebel and

    Isaac Dalton, Royal Offences, 01/05/1717

    one Derbyshire, a fort of a Pacquet-Bearer from France to the Disaffected in England, went to Mr. Flint's Room in Newgate the 9th of Feb. last to get the Libel call'd The Battle of Sherifmore. That the Prisoner being there,

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/035/093/002

    as far as it goes commands admiration One addition is wanting: nothing relative to the suppression of the police that does not come has not been planned at an recommended from the Council before the academy of in Newgate .

    JB/002/408/002

    it by means of which it is simply prevented without any person ' s being called to account for it. Newgate is intended to broke open tomorrow night - The Bank is intended to broke open tomorrow night . A

 

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