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" Durham's house near Charing cross, being taken into the king's hand, Cuthbert Tunstal, Bishop of Durham, was lodged in this Cold Harbrough; since the which time it hath belonged to the Earls of Shrewsburie, by composition (as is supposed) from the said... "
A survey of London - Page 89
by John Stow - 1842
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory ..., Volume 3

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
...Shrewsbury, who, about the end of the sixteenth century, " took it down, and in place thereof builded a number of small tenements, now letten out for great rents to people of all surfs." It seems, at this time, to have been a place of re. treat for debtors, gamesters, &c. There...
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The works of John Webster, Volume 3

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - Drama - 1830
...1598,) tells us, "The last deceased Earle [of Shrewsbury] tooke it down, and in place thereof builded a great number of small tenements, now letten out for great rents to people of all sorts." to say my husband, and is it come to thee ? is my face a filthier face, now it is yours, than when...
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The works of John Webster: now first collected with some account ..., Volume 3

John Webster - 1830
...l598,) tells us, "The last deceased Earle [of Shrewsbury] tooke it down, and in place thereof builded a great number of small tenements, now letten out for great rents to people of all sorts." to say my husband, and is it come to thee ? is my face a filthier face, now it is yours, than when...
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 3

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - English drama - 1830
...598,) tells us, " The last deceased Earle [of Shrewsbury] tooke it down, and in place thereof builded a great number of small tenements, now letten out for great rents to people of all sorts." Debtors and persons not of the most respectable character used to take refuge there : Middleton calls...
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A Survey of London

John Stow - London - 1842 - 222 pages
...lodged in this Cold Harbrough ; since the which time it hath belonged to the Earls of Shrewsbivrie, by composition (as is supposed) from the said Cuthbert...the 12th of Edward IV. Then be there divers large brewhouses and others, till you come to Ebgate lane, where that • A payment somewhat more difficult...
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A Survey of London

John Stow - London (England) - 1842 - 222 pages
...supposed) from the said Cuthbert Tunstall. The last deceased earl took it down, and in place thercof built a great number of small tenements now letten out for great rents to pcople of all sorts. Then is the Dyers' hall, which company was made a brotherhood or guild, in the...
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Publications, Volume 30

1846
...composition (as is supposed) from the said Cuthbert Tunstal. " The last deceased earl " (concludes Stow) " took it down, and in place thereof built a great number...letten out for great rents to people of all sorts." " Coal Harbour " is several times alluded to in Middleton's play of A Trick to catch the Old one, as...
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The Fair Maid of the Exchange: A Comedy

Thomas Heywood, William Rowley - Drama, Medieval - 1846 - 182 pages
...composition (as is supposed) from the said Cuthbert Tunstal. " The last deceased earl " (concludes Stow) " took it down, and in place thereof built a great number...letten out for great rents to people of all sorts." "Coal Harbour" is several times alluded to in Middleton's play of A Trick to catch the Old one, as...
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Publications, Volume 30

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1846
...from the said Cuthbert Tunstal. " The last deceased earl " (concludes Stow) " took it down, and hi place thereof built a great number of small tenements,...letten out for great rents to people of all sorts." " Coal Harbour " is several tunes alluded to in Middleton's play of A Trick to catch the Old one, as...
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The Fair Maid of the Exchange: A Comedy

Thomas Heywood, William Rowley - Drama, Medieval - 1846 - 182 pages
...composition (as is supposed) from the said Cuthbert Tunstal. " The last deceased earl " (concludes Stow) " took it down, and in place thereof built a great number of small tenements, now lettcii out for great rents to people of all sorts." " Coal Harbour " is several times alluded to in...
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