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Address to the Queen on the victory at " Blaregmes '" [Blangies, /.f.,
Malplaquet] ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... I). 43

Report of the Court to the Duke of Bedford as to what has been done
for the poor Palatines. It is set out that there is no corporation in the
county ; that the Justices have given the Palatines all the assistance they
could by recommendation ; that they petitioned the Queen to grant a brief,
"whereby they have received very large benevolences," and they hope other
counties will be very liberal, and that a general brief may be issued for the
whole kingdom ; that they have contributed largely out of their purses ; and
they add that " many of us have also taken several families into our particular
care and provided for them, and that several parishes in this county have done
so too " ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 44

At the Court Room, St. .Martin's, Thursday, 29 September, 1709. Order
as to the excessive price of corn, smiilar to that made at Westminster on the
I St of October. \See Sessions Hook, 670, p. 26] ... ... ... P- 45



Sessi-07is Book 674 — Octobe7\ 1709. 349

Another order concerning the price of corn similar to tliat in the
Westminster Book., 610^ \i. 28 ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 46

Representation to the Lords of the Council setting forth what they have
done, and the orders they have issued concerning the ingrossing of corn. p. 47

[Pages 49-58 blank.]

List of persons in the New Prison and in the House of Correction.

pp. 59-61
[Pages 62, 63 blank.]

Alphabetical list of indictments ... ... ... ... pp. 64, 65

Alphabetical list of recognizances ... ... ... ... pp, 66, 67

Miscellaneous memoranda ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 68



SESSIONS BOOK 673-OCTOBER, 1709.

Jury panel p. 3

Memoranda of recognizances, indictments, &c. ... ... pp. 3-20

[Pages 21, 22 blank.]

Order concerning the settlement of Elizabeth Dassey and her children,
John and Benjamin, in the parish of St. Anne's, Westminster. The dispute
is between the parishes of St. Martin's and St. Anne's ... ... ... p. 23

[Pages 24-33 blank.]

Names of six persons taking the oath of allegiance ... ... p. 34

Memoranda relating to committals, fines, &c. ... ... ... p. 35

Alphabetical list of indictments ... ... ... ... ... p. 38

SESSIONS BOOK 674 -OCTOBER, 1709.

Jury panel ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 5

Memoranda of recognizances and indictments, &c. ... pp. 7-29

Order upon information given to the Court that in the suburbs the
watches are set too late in the evening, that workmen leave their ladders
unsecured in the streets where they can be used by burglars, &c., and
" that several persons have of late presumed and taken upon them to cast,
throw, or fire into the public streets (&c.) great quantities of squibs, rockets,
serpents, or other fireworks, to the great danger and damage of Her Majesty's
liege subjects," and contrary to the Act William III, c. 9 and 10, to prevent
the throwing or firing of squibs, &c. It is directed that the watches be set
earlier in the evening, that ladders be secured, and that the throwers of
fireworks be arrested ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 3 1



350 Middlesex CoiLiity Records.

Order for the treasurer of the maimed soldiers' and mariners' fund to
pay to EHzabeth Welsh, the widow of Pierce Welsh, a pensioner, the sum of
15/-, for the quarter in which he died ... ... ... ... ... p. 32

Order concerning the settlement of Lucy Fowell, in the parish of
St. Andrew's, Holborn. The dispute is between the parishes of St. Martin's
and St. Andrew's ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order discharging an order of two of the Justices adjudging William
Harris, laceman, of London, to be the reputed father of the male bastard of
Fleetwood Williams, of St. Giles'-in-the- Fields ... ... ... ... p. 33

Order concerning the settlement of Sarah Page and her children, Frances,
Elizabeth, and Thomas, in the parish of All Hallows the Great, London.
The dispute is between the parishes of All Hallows and St, James', Clerk en well.

P- 34

Order concerning the settlement of William Cooke, Margaret, his wife,
and their children, Charles, William, Thomas, and Henry. William Cooke,
the father, was settled in the parish of Heddington, Oxfordshire. The dispute
is between the parishes of Heddington and St. Giles'-in-the- Fields ... p. 35

Order concerning the settlement of Elizabeth Cartwright and her children,
Peter, Mary, and John, in the parish of St. Giles', Cripplegate. The dispute
is between the parishes of St. Giles' and St. Andrew's, Holborn ... p. 36

Order for the treasurer of the money raised in the county for the passing
of vagrants, &c., for the hundreds of Ossulston, Edmonton, and Gore, to pay
to John Hickman, constable of South Mymms, the sum ot ^20 due to him
from that fund ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ibid.

Order allowing the sum of ^i 5.?. to Elizabeth Calliday, the widow of
James Calliday, a pensioner of the maimed soldiers' fund ... ... p. 37

Order concerning the settlement of Edmund Walton, in the hamlet of
Bethnal Green. The dispute is between Tottenham and Bethnal Green, ibid.

Order for the treasurer of the money raised in the hundreds of Ossulston,
Edmonton, and Gore, for the passing of vagrants, &c., to pay James Tyton,
constable of the Holborn Division, ^5... ... ... ... ... p. 38

Order for discharging Elie IvOrphelin from his apprenticehood with John
Pons, silversmith, of the parish of St. Anne's, Westminster. It was complained
that Pons had beaten him "with a horse whalebone whip, both with his
clothes on and without, and kicked him," &c. ... ... ... ... p. 39

Order concerning the settlement of Sarah Nuthall, in the Liberty of
Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden, and Ely Rents. The dispute is between the
parish of St. James', Clerkenwell and the liberty as above ... ... p. 40

Order concerning the settlement of Elizabeth Smith, widow, and her son,
John Smith, in the parish of St. Margaret, Westminster. The dispute is
between the parishes of St. Margaret's and St. Giles'-in-the-Fields ... p. 41

The petition of several inhabitants of the parish of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields
against a poor rate made, as they alleged, privately, was dismissed on the
grounds, first, that the rate had been lawfully made, and, secondly, that any



Sess/oj/s Book 674 — October, 1709, 351

appeal against it should have been made at the previous Quarter Sessions,
directly the same was demanded, and not after certain distresses had been
levied ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 42

Order concerning the settlement of Grace \\'hite and her children,
Lawrence and Jane, in the parish of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields. The dispute is
between the parishes of St. Botolph, Aldgate and St. Giles ... ... p. 43

Order concerning the settlement of Jane Robinson, in the parish of
St. Saviour's, Southwark. The dispute is between the parishes of St. Saviour's
and St. Giles', Cripplegate ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

At the last Sessions an order was made for certain of the Justices to audit
the accounts of John Hurst, Thomas Wilburne, Thomas Bullock, John
Barnes, and Christopher P'armer, overseers for the liberty-above- Bars
(St. Andrew's, Holborn), for the year 1705. Hurst represented that the
referees had not taken the accounts, and the Court extended the time to the
next Sessions ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 44

Order for settling the common market prices of the several sorts of
middling English corn and grain : —

Very good English middling wheat, jC^i^ \s. od. a quarter.

Barley, the better sort, 30/- a quarter.

Very good peas " for boyling," 42/- a quarter.

The best sort of gray peas for horses and hogs, 42/- a quarter.

Good clean beans, ^i 5^. a quarter.

English sort of good middling oats, 1 8/- a quarter.

A copy of the order to be hung up in the Custom House ... ... p. 45

Order remanding Thomas Pudsey, gentleman, to Newgate, for want of
sufficient sureties for his appearance at the next Sessions to answer a charge
of speaking seditious and treasonable words against the Queen. He had
been acquitted of a charge of assault upon a constable of St. Clement Danes,
Thomas Ford ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Names of 28 foreign protestants who took the oath ... ... p. 47

Further list of persons taking the oaths (19 names), including John
Robinson, S.T.P. Prebendary of Canterbury ... ... ... ... p. 48

Memoranda relating to committals, fines, &c. ... ... pp. 49-53

[Pages 54-76 blank.]

List of persons in New Prison ... ... ... ... PP- 77-79

AlphabeticalHst of indictments ... ... ... ... pp. 80, 81

Alphabeticalhst of recognizances ... ... ... ... pp. 82, 83

Miscellaneous memoranda [almost illegible]. That the house of Nicholas
Fletcher, on Bushey Heath, in the parish of Harrow-on-the-Hill, is designed a
place for protestant dissenters' religious worship. A new house lately erected
in the parish of Edmonton is a place to be used for holding meetings and
assemblies of divers persons of Her [Majesty's] subjects, dissenting from the
Church, for the exercise of religious worship ... ... ... ... p. 84



352 Middlesex County Records.

SESSIONS BOOK 675— DECEMBER, 1709.

Jury panel p. 5

Memoranda of recognizances and indictments ... ... PP- 7-33

[Pages 34-38 blank.]
Memoranda relating to committals, &c. ... ... ... pp. 39, 40

Order for Raphael Dubois, chief constable of the Tower Division, and
John Cave, chief constable of the Finsbury Division, to attend certain of the
Justices on the Sth of December, and produce their accounts for the passing
of vagrants, &c. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 43

Report of the Justices on the above-mentioned accounts, dated the
9th of December. Raphael Dubois and John Cave had received considerable
sums of money, and instead of paying them in to the treasurer of the vagrant
money, as directed, they had used the greater part in allowances to certain
petty constables for passing vagrants. The Court orders that the two high
constables shall hand in, at the next Quarter Sessions, an exact account of
what they have received and expended. The present constable, John Wells,
and the late constable, William Noble, of Stratford-le-Bow and Old Ford, are
also called to account, the Court being informed that they have passed as
vagrants several soldiers and others, from Bow to Whitechapel, who had per-
missive passes. Wells, Ford, Dubois, and Cave are to attend certain of the
Justices, who are to report on the whole matter at the next Quarter Sessions.

ibid.

Certain Justices appointed to examine the accounts of Robert Wills, late
constable for the liberty of Glasshouse Yard, in the parish of St. Botolph,
Aldersgate, and report, to the next Court of Quarter Sessions, what is due to
him for passing vagrants .. . ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 45

The Court is informed that there are a great number of persons in the
county who assume to themselves to be drovers of cattle, badgers, laders,
kidders, carriers, buyers and sellers of corn and grain, butter and cheese, and
other dead victuals, not being thereunto licensed. The Court orders all petty
constables to certify to the high constable in the several divisions, before the
31st of December, the full names, addresses, and ages of all such persons
licensed and unlicensed. The high constables are to hand in their returns at
the next Quarter Sessions ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 46

Letter from the Clerk of the Peace to the head constables in the county,
informing them that the Earl of Sunderland, one of the Secretaries of State,
had complained that several seamen had been impressed lately in Middlesex,
and sent into the army instead of into the navy, and desiring them to see that
all seamen impressed in this county are " sent into Her Majesty's service by
sea and not into the land service " ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order that Elizabeth Clarke be stripped naked from the middle upwards
and whipped at a cart's tail, from the Horseshoe Tavern, near the Victualling
Ofifice on Tower Hill, to the Irongate in the precinct near St. Katherine's,
near the Tower, and thence back again to the Horseshoe Tavern, for



Sessions Book 675 — December, 1709. 353

unlawfully procuring and publishing a false and counterfeit letter of attorney
to receive the wages of a mariner lately belonging to one of the Queen's
ships ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... p. 47

Order for the Deputy Clerk of the Peace, Robert Hardisty, gentleman,
between the 20th of December and the next Quarter Sessions, to take the
accounts of the head constables of the various divisions connected with the
passing of vagrants ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ibid.

Order for William Collins, headborough of the parish of St. James',
Clerkenwell, to receive 12/- for his loss of time, &c., in conveying a poor sick
and infirm woman as a vagrant to East Barnet, in the county of Hertford.

p. 48
[Pages 49-66 blank.]

List of names of persons in the New Prison ... ... pp. 67-69

[Pages 70, 71 blank.]

Alphabetical list of indictments ... ... ... ... pp. 72, 73

Alphabetical list of recognizances ... ... ... ... pp. 74, 75

Miscellaneous memoranda ... ... ... ... ... ... p- 76



IN DEX.



A.

Aaron, Elizabeth, 113.
Abchurch Lane, 35.
Abergavenny, George, Lord, 51.
Abraham, Edmund, 250.

Isaac, 95.

Wilham, 95.
Acomb, Joseph, 52.
Acourt, James, 204.
Acton, 104, 118, 123, 126, 176, 325, 326, 330

complainL from inhabitants of, 326.
Acton Road, 48.
Acton, James, 127.
Acts of Parhament —

Capitation Act, the, 168.

Vagrancy Act, the, 270.

F"or discharge of insolvent debtors, 277,
278.

For enlisting sailors, 301. See alsv
Sailors.

For Recruiting, 311. See also Army.

For making a new parish to be called
St. John's, Wapping, 119.
Adams, Ambrose, 203, 214.

Isaac, 165.

,71-

Addle Hill, 206.
Addresses voted —

to the Lord Chief Justice concerning

Papists, 134.
to WiUiam III and Mary concerning

Papists, 15.
to William III upon the death of Queen

Mary, 125.
to William III congratulating hini upon

his escape from a "barbarcnis and

horrid " conspiracy, r47.
to WiUiam III, on the disposal of the

kingdom by Louis XIV to " the

pretended Prince of Wales," 232.
to Queen Anne upon her Accession, 237.
to Queen Anne upon the victories of the

Duke of Marlborough, 275, 303, 348.
to Queen Anne applying for a Royal

Proclamation against the disorders at

May Fair, 338.
to Queen Anne on the English victory ai

Blaregnies, 348.
Adeane, Henry, 150.
Adished, Isaac, 48.
Adlam, Thomas, 80.



Agace, Barnaby, 109.

John, 109.
Alay, Anne, 292.
Albemarle Street, Piccadilly, 332.

King's Head in, 260.
Albertson, Albert, 189, 201.
Albertus, Ferdinando, 51.
Aldenham, county Herts, 278, 280.
Alder, WiUium, 17.

Aldersgate. See St. Ann and St. Agnes.
Aldersgate Street, 319.
Aldgate, 4.

St. Botolphs (Buttolphs). See St.
Botolphs Without Aldgate.
Aldridge, Joseph, 126.

Mary, 126.

Thomas, 298, 325, 339.
Aldwin, William, 312.
Alebone, John, 34.
Alehouse keepers, orders as to their not

holding parish offices, 129.
Alexander, Edward, 48.

Captain Francis, 278.
Algiers, 179.

man of war of, 264.
Alien, Alexander, 95.

Elizabeth, 203.

Henry, 35.

John, 295.

Joseph, Si, 82, 93, 108.

Matthew, 19.

Richard, 203.

Thomas, 195.

William, 203.
Allhallows, Barking, 26, 130, 150 (2).
AUhalluws, Lombard Street, 93.
Allliallows the Great, 350.
Allhallows, Staining, 186, 261.
AUington, Lady, 208, 326.
Allison, Elizabeth, 170.
Almond, Phillip, senior, 190.

Phillip, junior, 190.
Alperton, 135, 284 (2).
Alsop, Vincent, 27.
Alston, Thomas, 162.
Altham, Arthur Annesley, Lord, 316.
Alwood, John, 35.
Alworthy, Daniel, 258.

Ambrose , "Ji.

Amen Corner, 35.
Anisworih, Beziah, 71.

Henry, 71.

Z 2



35'^



Inde.



'X.



Amye, Kendrich, 115.
Mr., 262.
Robert, 115.
Anabaptists. See under Conventiclers.
Anderson, Elizabeth, 256.

George, 296.
Andrews, Alice, 47.
Andrew, 347.
Cuthbert, 250.
Hannah, 250.
Jasper, 195.
John, 264.
Jonathan, 182, 195.
Mary, 200.
Robert, 250.
William, 327, 330, 337.
Angel, Katherine, 246.
Angel Court. See St. James', Westminster.
Anger, Robert, 287.

Anne, Queen, representation to, from the
Justices in reference to women convicts
at Newgate, 296.
sempstress to, 295.
Annesley See Altham, Lord.
Ansell, Robert, 341.
Anstery, William, 301.
Anthony, Charles, 334.

Thomas, 121.
Appleby, George, 75.
John, 87.
Mary, 87.
Sarah, 338.
Appleton, 171.

Apprentices, references to, passim.
Apprice, Elizabeth, 47.

John, 47.
Archer, Ann, 285.
Jeremiah, 285.
John, 330.
Margaret, 98.
Martha, 285.
Robert, 330.
Silas, 285.
Argyll (Argyle), John, Duke of, 341.
Arlidge, Abraham, 282, 286.
Arlington Street, 77.
Armaret, James, 292.
Arms, search for, 14.
reference to, 6.

Armstrong, , i.

Army —

forces in Holland, 269.

letter from the Lords of the Council

with reference to recruiting for, 307.
letter from Whitehall, enclosing list
of regiments for foreign service,
297.
.orders concerning Foot Guards, 257 (2).
as to enlisting, 324.
as to recruiting, 324 (2).
. ,as to prices to be paid for food
whilst on the march, 239.
as to quartering of regiments, 257,

283.
as to granting warrants to disabled
soldiers and sailors, 334.
pensions for the. See tinder Soldiers.



Army {conliniied) —

reference to desertion from, 4.

to enlisting, 128, 151, 25 i, 268,

279, 283.
to recruiting, 297, 307.
regiments in —

Coldstream regiment, 257 (2).
Dragoons, Captain Coward's com-
pany, 127.
Dragoons, Royal regiment of, 123.
1st Regiment of Guards, 297.
P^oot Guards, 234, 253.

Colonel William Evans' regi-
ment of, 276.
Colonel George Mackartney's

regiment of, 278.
Her Majesty's, 257.
Colonel Montague's regiment

of, 260.
Colonel Selwyn's regiment of,

122.
to be quartered at Westminster,

324-
2nd Horse Grenadiers, 253.
Horse Guards, 234.

proceedings as to quartering on

their return from Flanders,

175-
Welsh Fusiliers, 268.
Lord Orkney's regiment, 307.
Earl of Oxford's regiment, 124.
Colonel Hayman Rook's regiment,
272.

See also under Soldiers.
Arnold, Michael, 55.

Mr., 230.

Nehemiah, 33.
Arnop, John, 203, 214.
Arson, punishment for, 222.
Arthington, Thomas, 331.
Arthurbury {alias Goodrick), " Emy," 112.
Artorbury, William, 302.
Arundell, Lady Barbara, 222.

Thomas, 36, 40, 68.
Ashcombe, William, 244 (2).
Ashford, Sir John, 45.
Ashman, Thomas, 145.
Ashton, Anne, 292, 319.

Mary, 204.

Colonel the Hon. William, 292, 319,
Ashwith (Ashwish), Oliver, 56, 71.
Ash worth, Robert, 84.
Askew (Askue), Francis, 59.

Francis, 90.
Aslett, James, 193.
Aspinall, Edward, 294.

Jane, 294.

Mary, 294.
Assessment of the rates for carriage of goods,

257-
Asterley, Richard, 171.
Aston, county Herts, 83, 88, 89, 333.
Aston, John, 340.
Atherton, Isle of Wight, 40, 41.
Atkey, Oliver, 334.
Atkins, Daniel, 2.
Richard, 261.



Index.



357



Atlvins, Kdbcrt, 91.

Thomas, 135, 168, 225.
Atkinson, Judith, 32.

Richard, 32.
Alley (Ately, Atlee), James, S2, 97.

William, 122.
Atterbuvy, William, 319.
Attwood, Katherine, 315.
Atwick, William, 130.
Aubrey (Awbrey), Thomas, 25, 27, 114.

William, 214.
Aidver, Katheririe, 6.
Austin, Captain Thomas, loi.

Thomas, 14 (2), 64.

William, 35, 77.
Avelyn, Kdward, 33.
Averyhall, John, 56.
Avies, Mr., 62.
Avvsitor, William, 284.
Axe Court. See St. Peter's, Cornhill.
Aylesbury, county Bucks, 213.
Aylesbury, Lord, 288.
Aylesbury Chapel. See St. James', Clerkei>

well.
Ayliffe, or Ayloft'e Street. See Whitechapc
Aylward, John, 286.
Ayies, Peter, 38.

Susanna, t,?>.
Ayrey, Thomas, 268.

William, 77.



B.



Baber, Lady Bridget, 161.

Sir John, 161.
Backchurch, " St. Dionis." See St. Dionis,

Backchurch.
Baden, 71.

Badger, William, 345.
Badgers, orders as to licensing of, 152.

and Kidders, names of, 104.
Badges, order as to their lieing worn b'

pensioners, 124, 291.
Badwell, Bridget, 47.
Bagshaw, William (?), 183.
Batruley, William, 310.
Baily (hJayley), Anthony, 225.

Elizabeth, 323.

James, 37, 41.

Mr., 50.

Nathan, 285.

William, 51, 253.
Bainbridge, John, 322.
Bake, William, 40.
Baker, Bartholomew, 41.

Elizabeth, 40, 195.

Jane, 195.

Nicholas, 114.

Richard, senior, 195, 306.

Richard, junior, 195.

Thomas, 14.

William, 250.
Balderstone, Mary, 155.
Baldwin (Baldwyn), Anne, 106.

Edward, 270, 299.

Richard, 100, 167.



Baldwin, William, 106.
Baldwin's Gardens. See Holboni.
Ball, Anthony, 202.

James, 295.

Jonathan, 132.

William, li.
Ballard, Alice, 280, 290.
Bamber. James, 51.
Banckes, Matthew, 194.

William, 208.
Ban field, John, 41.

Mary, 267.
Bannister, Christopher, 143.
Bantick, Stephen, 251.
Banyard, William, 138.
Baptists. See under Conventiclers-
Barbadoes, the, 6.
Barliault, Guy, 253.
Barber, Katherine, 82.
Barber Surgeons Company, the, 217.
Barbone, Dr. Nicholas, 171.
Barcelona, English victory at, 303.

bombardment of. 306.
Bard, Mary, 126.
. William, 126.
Barge, Andrew, 347.
Bargrave, Andrew, 225.
Barker, Edward, 321.

John, 341.
Barking, AUhallows. See AUhallows,

Barking.
Barley. See Corn.
Barnaby, James, 105.
Barnard, James, 65.

Richard, 65.
Barnes, Charles, 176, 177.

Elizabeth, 239.

John, 176, 305, 346, 351.

Mary, 206, 290.

Richard, 206.

Robert, 244, 245.

Thomas, 176, 318.
Baraet, 112, 113, 197.

Chipping, 168, 213, 243.

East, 353.

house called Mount Pleasant at, 24«-

Friern (Frian), 19, 118, 169, 177, 201

255. 323-

High, 19, 226, 330.
Barnett, Thomas, 1 13.
Barney, Edward, 17.
Earnsbury, Lower, 93, 133, 137.

Upper, 19, 99, 178, 187, 202.
Barnsly, Peter, 82.
Barrett (Barratt), Ann, 98.

Elizabeth, 98.

Nicholas, 195.

Thomas, 105, 107.



Barringer, John, 159.

Mary, 159.
Barry, Edward, 147.

Francis, 119.
Barry Street, 77.
Bars, Liberty above.

Liberty below.



See Holborn.

See Holborn.



Bartholomew, John, 306.



358



Index.



Bartholomew, Katherine, 329, 333.

Mary, 329, 333.

Thomas, 329, 333.

WiUiam, 329.
Harriett, James, 140.
Jiarlon, Anthony, 333.

Elizabeth, 137.

Francis, 137.

Susanna, 333.

William, 137.
Barwell, Richard, 120.
Barwick, Abigail, 303.

Samuel, 323.
Basinghall Street, 35.
Basingstoke, Hants, 186,
Baskerville, Mary, 295, 297,
Basset, John, 94.
Batchelor, Penelope, 25.
Baleman, Christopher, 86.

Sir James, 244.

John, 255, 257, 269.

Robert, 141.

Thomas, 271.
Bales, Elizabeth, 100, 171.

" Jermia," 34.

Robert, 218.

Thomas, 117, 243.

William, 120.
Bath, 340.

Bathe, Thomas, 121.
Batson, Bryan, 77.

Thomas, 80.
Batt, John, 130, 219,

Thomas, 80.
Batteroone, Nicholas, 105.
Battersea (Battersey, otherwise Underbrick),

county Surrey, 122, 277.
Battle, Alexander, 264.
Battle Bridge, 112.
Batty, Alexander, 233.

George, 236.
Bawden, John, 35.
Bawdwell, Letitia, 24.
Baxter, Henry, 75.
• William, 75.
Bayes, John, 271.
Bayleffe, James Havering, 17.
Beachy Head, engagement with the French

off, 119.
Beadle, order preventing alehouse keepers

from holding office of, 129.
Beadle (Bedle), John, 1S7.

Richard, 183.
Beak Street. See St. James.
Bealing, Mr., 329.
Beamont, William, 16.
Beane, Alice, 57.

Fdv.'ard, 57.

Richard, 57.
Bear Street. See St. Dunstan's Hill.
Bearbinder Lane, 96.
Bearcroft, Gilbert, 256.
Beard, Samuel, 137.
Beauchamp (Beacham), John, 85, 127.
Beaujen, Theophilus, 5.
Beaumont, alias Leatherby, Elizabeth, 251.
Beckley, Michael, 230.



Beckett, Benjamin, 85.

William, 330.
Beddingiield (Bedingfeild), Mrs., 192 (2).

Thomas, 113.
Bedfont, 63.
Bedford, 196.

St. Mary's Parish in, 86.
Bedford, William, Earl of, 66, 72.

William, Duke of, 147.

Wriothesley, Duke of, 259 (2), 293, 348.

letter to, 307.

order of Council addressed (o, 345.

petition to, 345.
Bedford, Elizabeth, 189, 191.

Thomas, 112.
Bedford House, 147.
Bedford Street, 78.
Bedfordbury, 77.
Bedlam. See Bethlehem.
Bedle. Sec Beadle.
Beeke, William, 34.
Beer and ale, prices of, 8, 36, 68.
Begerley, John, 272.
Begg, John, 77.
Beggars, vagabonds, &c., complaint as to,

347.
Beilby, Ann, 240.
Beitman, Mr., 187.
Belfield, Margaret, 271.

Thomas, 271.
Bell, Eleanor, 196.

Robert, 278.

Thomas, 127.
Bell Yard, 31.
Bellamy, Hannah, 273.
Belles, Sir Roland, 51.
Bellis, Elizabeth, 281.
Bend, Robert, 216.
Bendall, Christopher, 225.
Bennett (Bennet), James, 236.

John, 15, 47, 55.

Richard, 118, 177, 205, 213.

Robert, T].

Thomas, 44, 300.

William, 92.
Bennett Street, "JT.
Bennett's Court, 77.
Benson, Andrew, 136, 137.

William, 11.

Sir William, 342.
Bent, Robert 23.
Bentley, Edward, 73 (2), 80, 170, 240.



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