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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. Modern State thereof.

    side of the Pedestal is an Inscription, Page 137, mentioned before. The whole enclosed with Iron Bars of good Workmanship. Sweetings Alley or Rents, being two narrow Passages into Thredneedle Street, with Free Stone Pavements. Which Alleys are generally inhabited

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Cornhill Ward.

    is there a Passage into Cornhill on the West side of the Exchange. Then further on the East side are Sweetings Rents and Alley, both narrow Places; with Free Stone Pavements, which also gives Passages into Cornhill : being Places

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bicknoller

    John Sweeting (d. 1628) moved to Thorncombe where his descendants lived for over one and a half centuries. 53 The Sweetings appear to have been clothiers who, having invested in land at Bicknoller , Sampford Brett , Torweston, and Stogumber

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scott, -Gumecester, Ilusntingdonshire, hlacksinith, April 4, 5, 18, at eleven, at the Fountain liss, Juntitgdon. Attor- nies, Alessrs. Maule and Sweetings, lHaiutingdon. H. Hees, Neath, Glamorganshire, mercer, Alarch 24, 25, April 18, at eleven, at the Bush Inn, Swausea. Attornies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coletean street; Sauderson, 105 Bishopsgate Within; Jacobs, Saville passage, and 42 Burlington arcade- Barth, Cockspur street; Norville, 40 Cornhil; Middleton, Sweetings alley, Cornhill; Wood, Union street, Borough; and Simpson, 447 Strand-N.B. The name of the Patentee is stampt on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6 Pallimall; R. Ackermani 101 Strand; J. Bulcack, 163 Strand; Ma1ltens, S9 Pallinall; T. Clay, aS Ludgate hill; J. Knight, Sweetings alley, Rloyal Exchange; and Anau Sweet, O8 Chancery lane. Just published, price Is. PAUL PRY at the PAUL'S HEAD; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6 Pallmall; iMolteuo, SC Pallinall; R. Ackerman, 101 Strand; J. Bulcock, 1613 Strand; T. Clay, IS Ludgate bill-; . Knight, Sweetings alley, Royal Exchange; and Ann Sweet, 18 Chancery lane. NEW WORK ON THE TEETH. Julst published, in Svo. price Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    only ~need apply. - Omnibus L . Yad. chequers Walk, Bellbara Road. 06211 Elatter.-Ant Impeer Required, about 16 or 17.-. Sweetings, Cardiff. tTh7RL-BARtMAID.-Wanted thoroughly experienced young Ii. Lady, for hotel bar.-Apply r. Maynard, Mlidland Hotl, BirminghbauL .6O3 ItONOifoGRRS.JOniorAssisant-Apply. stating agwe, Subscribers-only content

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