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Company of Parish-Clerks, The 1732a

Company of Parish-Clerks, The, compil. New Remarks of London: Or, A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, of Southwark, and Part of Middlesex and Surrey, within the Circumference of the Bills of Mortality. Containing the Situation, Antiquity and Rebuilding of each Church, the Value of the Rectory or Vicarage; in whose Gifts they are; and the Names of the present Incumbents and Lecturers. Of the several Vestries, the Hours of Prayer, Parish and Ward Officers, Charity and other Schools; the Number of Charity-children, how maintained, educated and placed out Apprentices, or put to Service. Of the Alms-houses, Work-houses and Hospitals. The remarkable Places and Things in each Parish, with the Limits or Bounds, Streets, Lanes, Courts, and Number of Houses. Likewise an alphabetical Table of all the Streets, Courts, Lanes, Alleys, Yards, Rows, Rents, Squares, &c. within the Bills of Mortality, shewing in what Liberty or Freedom they are, and an easy Method for finding any of them. Of the several Inns of Courts, and Inns of Chancery, with their several Buildings, Courts, Lanes, &c. Collected by the Company of Parish-Clerks. To which are added, The Places to which Penny Post Letters are sent, with proper Directions therein. The Wharfs, Keys, Docks, &c. near the River Thames. Of Water-carriage to several Cities, Towns, &c. The Rates of Water men, Porters of all Kinds, and Car men. To what Inns Stage-coaches, Flying-coaches, Waggons and Carriers come, and the Days they go out. The Whole being very useful for Ladies, Gentlemen, Clergymen, Merchants, Tradesmen, Coach-men, Chair-men, Car-men, Porters, Bailiffs, and others. London: printed for E. Midwinter at the Looking-glass and three Crowns in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1732. viii, 410 pp. 1 illus.


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