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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. The Stews.

    Southwark . The Stews . Bromfield , & c. and the major Part of them, be the Patrons of the Church, they, their Heirs and Assigns for ever. III. That the Rector be empowered (without any License to purchase in

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [The Black Friers.] Faringdon Ward within. [The Persons Slain.]

    are so frequent in this Place, that in vain may we speak of the Bordellas of Rome , or the Stews of Venice , since the Suburbs of this sinful City, are as bad as the Suburraes of Rome and

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. Christ's Church.

    The Abbot of St. Augustine his House. The Bridge House . The Abbot of Battaile his House. Battaile Bridge. The Stews on the Bank of Thames . And the Bear Gardens there. Now to return to the West Bank :

    Book 4, Chapter 1

    be one of the Wards. King Edward 's Grant of Southwark . Paris Garden , Christ's Church Parish . The Stews . The Bishop of Winchester 's House. St. Mary Overie . St. Mary Magdalen . St. Margaret on the

    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents.

    be one of the Wards. K. Edwards 's Grant of Southwark . Paris Garden . Christ's Church Parish . The Stews . The Bishop of Winchester 's House. St. Mary Overie . St. Mary Magdalen . St. Margaret on the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Southwark Charities

    Street , on ground which had been a burial-ground supposed to be the 'Single Women's Burying Ground' connected with the Stews . Its origin is unknown, but twenty children were educated, clothed and bound apprentices by the benefaction of Mrs.

    The borough of Southwark Manors

    wrecked the Stews which the Lord Mayor Walworth held of the bishop and had sublet to ' frows of Flanders .' 118 The ordinances declared at the leet of 1459 provide a system of rigorous inspection of the Stews ,

    The borough of Southwark Introduction

    from liability to arrest enjoyed within the liberties of Paris Garden and of the Clink. In the latter the notorious Stews were situated. The condition of the borough was not sensibly bettered by its assignment to the City (see below),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Morning Chronicle had originally the merit of .Ing out the true advantages of the Poor Laws. The principle of Stews is expounded by the Globe, with excellent simplicity and ily, in the subjoined article; and the evil of leaving Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DINNER 'TO MRE SHIEL. a GMonday last a pubc dinner was gien to Mr Sgs;e, at tbe Lawnon Tavern, Bishopsgate street,by'tbe ffeRds of eivii and religious liberty re- siding-in the metropolis, for the rpose iofenineigtheir sene of the treatment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mogul Sauce." The If iroar will he found far supeiOru to piny yet offysed, or all kinds t Curries, Stedaks, Stews, Chapse Mashes, Game, Grills, Broiled and Wild Fuel, Cold Meat, 4c. . H'feoli assured it will justify what hie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iHodgson's Mogul Sauce." The flavour will be found far superior to any yet offered, for oil kinds ot Curries, Steaks, Stews, Chops, Hashes, Game, Gxills, Broiled and Wild Foow, Cold Meat, &c. C. E. feels assured it will justify what Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hodgson's Mogul Sauce.", The lafford will be found far superior to any -yet offered, fr all kinds of Carries, Steaks, Stews, Chops, HashesGame, Gr, Broiled and Wild Fowl, Cold Meat, &t. CH. feelsassured positwillisattaifedy hthe shas above stated.-To Merchants and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 January 1728, 24 January 1729

    the faid Caufe, by Counfel, at the Bar, on Tuefday the Fourth Day of February next, at Eleven a Clock. Stews enter Reco| forP ton. Adj. and t0 p In«. Ordered, That the Addrefs of this Houfe, pre¬ dated to Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1742, 2 June 1742

    who fliall unlawfully and m,a- " licioufly kill, poifon, deftroy, or fteal, any Filh kept " in Ponds, Pits, or Stews; and for preventing the " unlawful taking of Fifli out of any River, Brook, or " Watercourfe;" to which Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1742, 10 June 1742

    Perfons who fliall " unlawfully and maliciouily kill, poifon, deftroy, or " Ileal, any Filh, kept in Ponds, Pits, or Stews; and for " preventing the unlawful taking of Fifh out of any " River, Brook, or Watercourfe." Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1742, 14 June 1742

    who (hall un- " lawfully and malicioufly kill, poifon, deftroy, or " fteal, any Fi(h kept in Ponds, Pits, or Stews; and " for preventing the unlawful taking of Fifh out of " any River, Brook, or Water-courfe :" It Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1742, 16 June 1742

    who fhall un- " lawfully and malicioufiy kill, poilon, deftroy, or fteal, " any Fifh kept in Ponds, Pits, or Stews; and for the " preventing the unlawful taking of Fiih out of any " River, Brook, or Water-courfe :" Subscribers-only content

 

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