Bridewell Royal Hospital:
Minutes of the Court of Governors

26th June 1713 - 2nd August 1722

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Image 443 of 55829th April 1720

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Londo ss At a Court holden at the said hospital of Bridewell
on fryday the 29th day of Aprill 1720

sr . William Withers< no role > knt . and aldran president
John Tayler< no role > Esqr . Treasurer

Lawrence Parker< no role > Esqr .
Autho. Duncomb< no role > Esqr .
Mr Saml. Stanton< no role >
Mr. Depty. Everard
Mr Christr. Bateman< no role >
Mr. Bishop

Mr Richard Rawlinson< no role >
Mr Benjamin Took< no role >
Phineas Cheek< no role > Esqr .
Mr. Tho. Nicoll< no role >
sr . Geo Ludlam< no role >
Mr Jno Higden< no role >

Mr. Wm Lee< no role >
Mr Jno Furnis< no role >
Mr Lewin
Mr Walker Ryon< no role >
Mr Keble
Mr Robert Fotherby< no role >

Pun & DD

Berry Henry< no role > P sr . Wm. Withers< no role > being charged by
Richard Swallow< no role > at the Boot in St. Pauls Churchyard for
pilfring a pair of old Shoes out of the Shop the Goods of
Jno Dearing< no role > Master of sd Shop Shoemaker

Cont to labor at ye Charge
of ye Chuchwarden of St Sepulchre
Mr. Wm. Pember< no role > .

DunnellArthur< no role > P dobeing charged by ye
Churchwardens & Overseers for the poor of the parish of St
Sepulchre being very disorderly keeping another woman &
deserting his wife and two Children which are become Chargeable
to them being Charged also by Richard hanus< no role > Master Coachman
in New Castle Yard by the penns in Smith feild with leaveing
his Coach an horses in ye Street & running away with his


LoydJeremah< no role > P dobeing charged by
Nathanl Brydges< no role > of ye precinct of white fryars Chandler
for that being a disorderly person willfully threw a pint
of drink upon his Cloths whereby they are much damaged

not brot. up
Ex. & Kal

PittsHenry< no role > P dobeing charged by Henry
< no role > Druggist at the Red Cross Ludgate Street on Strong
Suspition of haveing unbeziled diverse things of value.

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