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Inns, Taverns, and Victualling Houses

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Alphabetical list of Inns, taverns, and Victualling Houses


A Taverne at Newhaven knowne by the signe of the Anchor of hope[1]
A Taverne in ffanchurch street[2]
A Taverne in Southwarke neere the prison where the sayd Thierry laye[3]
An ordinary at the signe of the Redd Post Horne at the sea dike...Amsterdam[4]

Diverse Alehouses (near River Thames and near Bell wharf)[5]

Mr Budds - a victualling house in Southwarke[6]

The Armes of Hamborough - a victualling house in Plymouth[7]
The Beare Taverne at Bridge foote[8]
The Beare Taverne in Cornhill[9]
The Beare and Dolphin Taverne in Cornehill London[10]
The Bell in Saint Nicholas Lane[11]
The Bird in Hand at Poplar [12]
The Blacksmiths Armes, upon Wapping Wall ([HCA 13/65 f.XX])
The Bull in Saint Nicholas Lane London[13]
The Cardinalls Capp Taverne in Cornhill London[14]
The Castle Taverne at Paulschaine London[15]
By the signe of the Castle - a taverne at or neere Pauls-chaine London[16]
The ffleece Taverne, Cornehill[17]
The ffountaine Taverne (near "Redriffwall neere the Cherry garden")[18]
The fountaine Taverne...in the Minories[19]
The George Inne in Lombard Street[20]
The Golden Still and Anchor[21]
The Great James in Bishopsgate street[22]
The Halfe Moone Taverne in Saint Cathernes Court neere the Tower of London ([HCA 13/65 f.XX])
The Half Moone upon Ralphes Key[23]
The Harts Horne Taverne in Carterlane London[24]
The house of Mr Bingeon a victualling howse in Thames Street London[25]
The Kings Head in Towerstreet [HCA 13/69 IMG_1828]
The Kingsheade Taverne on New ffish Streete Hill[26]
The Kings Head Taverne in Saint Clements lane[27]
The Mermaid Taverne in Cornwall[28]
The Mytre taverne in ffenchurch Streete London[29]
The Nags Head Taverne neare the Custome house[30]
The Nags Head Taverne in Cat-Eaton streete London[31]
The Naggs Head Taverne in Cheapside London[32]
The Popes Head Taverne neere the Exchange[33]
The Princes Head Taverne neere the Peerehead att Dover[34]
The Queens Head Taverne in Thames Streete[35]
The Red Cow a victualing house in Ratcliffe high way[36]
The Rose Taverne in Tower Streete, London[37]
The Salutation Taverne neere Billingsgate[38]
The Shipp Taverne at Ratcliffe Crosse[39]

The signe of the Anchor of Hope...at Newhaven[40]
The signe of the Antwerp in Thred Needle street[41]
The signe of the Bell - a victualling house in Woolwich[42]
The signe of the Bull in Saint Nicholas lane London[43]
The signe of the Cock(e) - a victualling house at the backside of the Exchange in London[44]
The signe of the Crowne, a victualling house (in Ostend)[45]
- "hee was as aforesaid present with his said father at the said buying of the said shipp at Ostend and saw the payment of the foresaid summe for the same, which was soe paid to the said Boudw[?in] von Bo[?wXX], at the signe of the Crowne a victualling house where this deponents said father and this deponent lodged, kept by one John Aberdyn, about six and twenty weekes since"
The signe of the Crowne a victualling house where this deponents said father and this deponent lodged, kept by one John Aberdyn ([HCA 13/72 f.XX])
The signe of the fflushing in the parish of Saint Catherine neere the Tower of London (HCA 13/65 f.XX]) - "the howse of one Taylor in the parishe of Saint Catherine neere the Tower of London which is a Victualling house and knowne by the signe of the Flushing"
The signe of the Halfe Moone at Horsey Downe staires - a victualing house belonging to William Price, victualler, of Saint Olaves in the borough of Southwarke (1654)[46]
The signe of the Peacock a tavern in Thames street[47]
The signe of the Prince of Denmarke in the Warmer Straete, a victualling house or inne...Amsterdam[48]
The signe of the Sea-Riddar a victualling house neare the CXapele SXXXgth, a place where many shipps are sold (in Amsterdam) ([HCA 13/72 f.137v])
The signe of the Shipp in Woolwich - a victualling house[49]
The signe of the Sunne in Lymehouse[50]
The signe of the Sunne in Carter Lane London[51]
The signe of the Swanne in ffeversham (A common alehouse in ffeversham, vintner and owner was Richard Hogben of ffeversham, together with wife Rosa Hogben)[52]
The signe of the Swann in Thame streete London neere All Hallowes the Greate[53]
The signe of the White harte at Wapping Wall[54]
The signe of the Young Prince in Saint Catherines[55]

The Starr Taverne on the Key...at Bristol[56]
The Sunne Taverne upon ffishstreet hill London[57]
The Sun Taverne behind the Exchange[58]
The Three Crane Taverne neere the Custome=house[59]
The Three Cranes in the Poultrey[60]
The White Beare Taverne in Cornhill[61]
The White Hart Inne Southwarke[62]
The White Horse Taverne in Lumbardstreete London[63]
The White Lyon and Crowne in Poplar[64]
The Windmill Taverne in the Old Jury London[65]

Unnamed ales house at Shadwell dock[66]
Unnamed ale house in Ratcliffe high way[67]
Unnamed taverne in Southampton ([XXX HCA 13/71 f.104r])
Unnamed victualling house on Copperwicke, Norway (HCA 13/65 f.XX])
Unnamed victualling house in Rye - kept by Richard Tue, victualler of Rye, aged 33 in 1666[68]
Unnamed victualling house in Wapping over against the house of Richard Hammond[69]


HCA 13/65


The case of Thomas Awres vs XXX areveals the social role of inns and victualling houses amongst mariners and river and shore occupations near the river, with many of the depositions in the case referring to statements overheard or engaged in in various such places, or directly from victuallers

Victuallers

-- Thomas Harrison, age 32, Victualler, of the parishe of Saint Mary Matsellon alias Whitechappell: Deponent knows Henry Bennett; "hee this deponent being drinkeing a cupp of wyne which the said Bennet att the halfe moone Taverne in Saint Ca?thernes Court neere the Tower of London upon the 14th day of February last past did heare him say and declare that hee the said Bennet did in the moneth of June last past or thereabouts goe out from this Port of London as Comander of and in the ship called the Harry upon a man of warre=voyage and designe And that during the said voyage hee had taken many prizes but whither the ship and Corne now in question was one of the said prizes soe taken by him hee saith the said Bennet the said hee knewe not"

Victualling houses

-- Unnamed victualling house on Copperwicke, Norway: "The ship the Ark of Noah took in her ladeing of horses at a place called Copperwicke in Norway; the deponent and his precontest James Salmon were at Copperwicke "and were told by a Scotsman who kept a victualling house there that the ship the Arke of Noah was bound with her horses abord her for Scotland where the same were to bee delivered to the Scotts King or for his XXX either at dundee or Abderdeene" (James Browne)

-- The fflushing in the parish of Saint Catherine neere the Tower of London: ("the howse of one Taylor in the parishe of Saint Catherine neere the Tower of London which is a Victualling house and knowne by the signe of the Flushing did happen to bee in the same Roome where the arlate Michaell Groenenburgh was drincking a cup of Beere and discoursing with the arlate John Roane (whom this deponent well knoweth) touching the ship the Moses arlate and her ladeing; hee this deponent did then and there heare the said Michaell Groenenburgh very much endeavour to seduce and perswade him the said Roane to come and sweare as a wittnesse in this cause on the behalfe of the Owners of the said ship the Moses and her ladeing That the said ship was and had bin first taken by the ship the Harry arlate by her Company the Moses Company were and had bin turned out into Fisher boates which if hee would soe sweare the said Groenenburgh did in this deponents presence and heareing promise the said Roane to give unto him the summe of forty dollers, to which said proffer and perswasion the said Roane in this deponents heareing replyed that hee for his part would not sweare as the said Groenenburgh had then desired him for a hundred pownds. for that (as hee then said) hee should thereby doe much iniurye to such Seamen and marriners and the wives and children of such as by sufficient power and Comission had seized the said ship and her ladeing or hee saith the said Roane made answeare to the same effect. And further hee cannot depose" (William Falkoner/Falconer)

BACKGROUND

  • "(June 8th, 1699) I am credibly informed they had appointed when they came to England to rendezvous or meet at the Flushing Pinck, which I take to be a little below St. Katherine's not far from the Tower. Signed, N. Blakiston."[70]


  • "Flushing - Court, St. Catherine's Street, — about 2/3 of a mile on the L. below Tower-hill, a few doors W. from Hermitage-bridge and nearly op. Hawley's wharf."[71]


Taverns

Half Moon tavern Eastsmithfield Farthing 1648-1673 MusOfLondon 090613.PNG

Image is possibly a match for the Halfe Moone Taverne in Saint Cathernes Court neere the Tower of London

Original Title: I. Hutton and G. Jerard issued this trade token, worth a farthing, for their businesses in East Smithfield, Middlesex. Boyne & Williamson (1889) reference London number 929; Obv inscription: I.HVTTON.G.IERARD (around field, in Roman capitals) Device = A half moon and a stick of candles (in field); Rev inscription: IN.EASTSMITHFIELD (around field, in Roman capitals) Device = A wheatsheaf (in field). Jerard seems to have been a baker, Hutton a chandler, working out of a premises at the sign of a half-moon, see J. H. Burn, A Descriptive Catalogue of the London Traders, Tavern, and Coffee-house Tokens current in the Seventeenth Century, presented to the Corporation Library by Henry Benjamin Hanbury Beaufoy, 2nd ed. (London, 1855), no. ....See also token number 8189 in the Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles, 62, The Norweb Collection: Tokens of the British Isles 1575-1750, Part VIII - Middlesex and Uncertain Pieces. East Smithfield, lies in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, having formerly been part of, Stepney, Middlesex.; Production Date: mid 17th; ID no:96.66/431century; 1648-1673; URL: http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/Collections-Research/Collections-online/object.aspx?objectID=object-292274&start=96&rows=1, viewed 09/06/13

-- The halfe moone Taverne in Saint Cathernes Court neere the Tower of London: "hee this deponent being drinkeing a cupp of wyne which the said Bennet att the halfe moone Taverne in Saint Ca?thernes Court neere the Tower of London upon the 14th day of February last past did heare him say and declare that hee the said Bennet did in the moneth of June last past or thereabouts goe out from this Port of London as Comander of and in the ship called the Harry upon a man of warre=voyage and designe And that during the said voyage hee had taken many prizes but whither the ship and Corne now in question was one of the said prizes soe taken by him hee saith the said Bennet the said hee knewe not"

BACKGROUND

  • "St. Catherine's Court, St. Catherine's Street, Tower-hill, - the first turning on the L. and then again on the R. in that from Tower-hill"[72]


-- The Blacksmiths Armes, upon Wapping Wall: "In or about the Moneth of June last past hee this deponent being in the streete att Wapping Wall by accident mett with the said James Browne who then and there told this deponent that hee was now goeing out upon a desperate designe upon the tearmes and conditions of Noe Purchase Noe pay and then asked this deponent whether they should drinke together before his departure, to which this deponent condescended and soe went into the Blacksmiths Armes upon Wapping Wall together with the said Browne, And saith that about 3 weekes or a month since this deponent together with his contest John Hearne being att one Bells howse in Water lane in Tower streete London and heareing that the said James Browne and the arlate James Salmon were returned from a voyage which they had lately made to Sea in a man of warre sent for the said James Browne to come and drincke a cup of beere with them..."

-- The Mermaid Tavern in Cornwall

"did appointe him ?he the said producent to meete him att the Mermaid Taverne in Cornewall about ?three dayes after"[73]



HCA 13/70


The signer of the White harte at Wapping Wall

"I know what is due, but cannot pay you at present, but will speake with my partner Mr Gooding and I pray you to come you, and this man that is now with you, on Tuesday next in the ?XXXX XXXX (to the signe of the White harte at Wapping wall and there I willl then meete you, and pay you your full summe due to you for your freight to a penny" (HCA 13/70 f.490r)



HCA 13/71


A Taverne at Newhaven knowne by the signe of the Anchor of hope (HCA 13/71 f.413r)

The Beare Taverne in Cornhill (HCA 13/71 f.413r)

The bird in hand at Poplar (HCA 13/71 f.153r)

"...Richard
Cowey a Brewer at the bird in hand at Poplar..."

The Bull in Saint Nicholas Lane London (HCA 13/71 f.297r)

The Kingsheade Taverne on New ffish Streete Hill (HCA 13/71 f.413r)

The Mytre taverne in ffenchurch Streete London HCA 13/71 f.457f

Unnamed Taverne in Southampton (HCA 13/71 f.104r)

ffrederick Ixem, a thirty year olf Londfon notary, stated in an affidavit "Touching the shipp the Posthorse" that:

"That hee this deponent was present at the Mytre taverne
in ffenchurch Streete London on wednesday last being the last day
of December now last past, and did see Peter van Overschild
(mentioned in the bill of sale now by him brought) signe seale and
for his act and deed deliver the said bill of sale of the shipp
the Post horse therein mentioned to Peter Deoliestagher and
Daniel Mathews of London Merchants then and there alsoe present,
in all things as therein nowe appeareth, and in testimony thereof
hee this deponent as a witness did (with others) write his name
on the back thereof as nowe alsoe appeareth. And further
that on the same day immediately before the said sealing and deliverie
this deponent then and there saw the said Deoliestagher and
Mathews by the hands of John Minet really pay in pecunijs
numeratis tto the said van Overschild the summ of two hundred
fourtie and five pounds mentioned in the said bill, for the said shipp." HCA 13/71 f.457r

George Garnham deposed XXX

"To the 7th Interrogatorie hee saith, that there were present when the sayd
horne, Cornelius and Richbell did subscribe the noate predeposed and mentioned
this deponent and the foresayd James Wheeler and an other person whose
name hee knoweth not who was a drawer in the Taverne in Southampton
where the same was subscribed and some others whose names hee remembreth not And further to this Interrogatorie saving
his foregoeing deposition hee cannot answere otherwise than negatively/" HCA 13/71 f.104r

Victualling house in Wapping

Richard Gollop, a thirty two year old waterman from the parish of Saint Olaves in Southwarke, stated in his deposition in the case of hammond against the Sisters of Ipswich:

"To the second hee saith there was another man present at the said
discourse at the said victualling house besides the said hammond,
Barnes and this deponent, but who it was this deponent knoweth
not, but taketh it is that hee was a butcher or a grazier or some
such person, a friend or acquanitanse of Mr hammonds: and saith [?at GUTTER]
about two or three of the clock in the afternoone (as hee remembreth
the time) and saith they went up a paire of staires out of
the streete into the said victualling house and [?nere] in the first roome
they entred into, being (as hee remembreth) a lowe roome, and in a
with drawing part of the same roome, and that the said hammond
said their was eight pounds and better owing unto him as a
butcher, and meaning (as this deponent understood) that the said
eight pounds was due to him over and besides his part in
the said shipp." HCA 13/71 f.452v

XXXX deposed XXXX

"To the fifth árticle of the said allegation (upon which alone hee is by
direction of the producent examined) hee saith and deposeth that on
a day happening in or about the moneth of November was a
twelve moneth, this deponent and went to Wapping to speake with the arlate
Richard hammond at his house there, and meeting with him they
went together to a victualling house over against the house of the
said hammond, and there having discourse together about the shipp
the Sisters arlate (whereof Gregory kerry was Master) this deponent
asked the said hammond what money the said shipp ought him, to which
hee answered shee owes mee eight pounds, and somewhat more I
thinke it is for beefe delivered to her use and provisioning, or words
to the same effect, and added that hee would order his wife and
servants that if there should be noe more delivered to her
till hee knew howe hee should get that money, which hee said
was alreadie due, speaking of the said eight pounds, or
betwixt eight and nine pounds, then and there being none other
present but the said hammond and this deponent saving the
said hammonds wife came in when they soe discoursed....

...To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING...

...To the second hee saith the said discourse happened in a lower
roome of the said house about nine or tenn of the clocke at the
forenoone, and saith that the said hammond said that the said eight
pounds, or betwixt eight or nine pounds was due to him over and
besides his part of the shipp, which was made over to him for
other moneys or to that effect, And otherwise hee cannot answer
saving hee said the bill of sale of the said part was made to him
in consideration of fiftie pounds worth of meate or thereabouts due
formerly by him delivered to the said shipp." HCA 13/71 f.453r

Unnamed victualling house in Wapping over against the house of Richard Hammond (HCA 13/71 f.453r)

"...this deponent and went to Wapping to speake with the arlate
Richard hammond at his house there, and meeting with him they
went together to a victualling house over against the house of the
said hammond,...

...the said discourse happened in a lower
roome of the said house about nine or tenn of the clocke at the
forenoone,..."

The White Lyon and Crowne in Poplar (HCA 13/71 f.153r)

"...William Every an
Ale house keeper at the White Lyon and Crowne in Poplar..."



HCA 13/72


The Bell in Saint Nicholas Lane (HCA 13/72 f.17r)

"To the second and third árticles hee saith and deposeth that within the
time aforesaid namely, on the tenth of May 1654 the said Adrian Vanderpost,
Jospeh Tilley and Robert Cordell, in the name of themselves and the
rest of the said owners did agree with and hire the said Robert Browning
to goe Masters Mate and assistant to the Sopra cargo of and in the said
shipp the ffortune in her then intended voyage from this port for
Salley in Barbary, thense to other ports and places beyond the seas, and
back againe to this port, at the rate and for the wages of foure pounds
per month for every moneth hee should soe serve in the said shipp
as Masters mate, and moreover fourtie shillings per hundred of and for
every hundred pounds worth of goods that the said shipp should carry
out thense or take into her in any port or place beyond the seas for
his wages or hire in assisting the Sopra cargo, which hee knoweth being
at the Bell in Saint Nicholas lane on the said tenth of May, on which
day hee the said Robert entred into pay for the said voyage."

The ffleece taverne, Cornehill (HCA 13/72 f.245r)

Phillip Griffen, a merchant, resident in the parish of Saint Magnus London, stated in February 1657(58) regarding an allegation concerning the ship the ffreindshipp, that:

"hee this deponent was present at __the ffleece Taverne in Cornehill
London__ with the sayd Thomas hyatt and the sayd Bartion Wills and Pixley
and sawe and heard him the sayd hyatt hyre the arlate Towers to goe Boat
swaine of the sayd shipp the sayd voyage, and alsoe hyre two or three other
mariners to goe the sayd voyage which as the said hyatt then declared to the
sayd persons soe by him hyred was a voyage to be made with the sayd shipp
from London to Gunney and from thence to the Barbados and from the Bar=
bados to London, And well remembreth that the said hyatt did agree with
the sayd Towers and other the Mariners soe by him hyred that their monethly
wages for their service in the sayd voyage should bee paid them in
London, at the end of the sayd voyage and not before, only that one or
two moneths pay should be paid to their wives in their absence soe that their wives brought
a note under their hands to the Owners of the sayd shipp for the same, And
the sayd Towers and the sayd other Mariners then hyred did consent to such
agreement to receive their wages at London at the end of the sayd voyage
their sayd wives having a month or two moneths pay paid them in their
absence, and thhis agreement hee saith was soe made in the yeare 1655
at the place aforesayd in the presence of this deponent and the sayd Barton
Wills and Pixley and about a moneth before the departure
of the sayd shipp upon the sayd voyage"

CONTEXT

(A) "The Fleece Tavern, seated in Cornhill, hath a Passage through the Jerusalem, another noted Coffee-House in this Alley [Exchange-Alley], being a very large House and of great Resort."[74]

Extract Fleece Tavern Cornhill Fire Map 1748 MOTCO CSG DL 250414.JPG

[Source: http://mapco.net/cornhill/fire02b.htm, viewed 25/04/14]

(B) "On the morning of the 25th of March, 1748, a most calamitous and destructive fire commenced at a Peruke-makers, named Eldridge, in Exchange Alley, Cornhill; and within twelve hours totally destroyed between ninety and a hundred houses, besides damaging many others. The flames spread in three directions at once, and extending into Cornhill, consumed about twenty houses there, including the Londonon Assurance Office, the Fleece and the Three-Tuns Taverns, and Tom's and the Ranbow Coffee-houses..."[75]

The Sea-Riddar a victualling house neare the CXapele SXXXgth (HCA 13/72 f.137v)

XXX answered interrogatories regarding the XXX, which had been seized by the lizard frigot

"To the Interrogatories. CENTRE HEADING

To the first hee saith hee hath heard and beleeveth that the
said shipp was built at Lubeck, and that the said Scutt and
Potter about 18 or 20 monthes since bought her at Amsterdam
of Jacob van Eust ˹and his brother˺ for about five thousand gildars, which hee knoweth
being present at the bargaine at the signe of the Sea-Riddar
a victualling house neare the CXapele SXXXgth, a place where many
shipps are sold, and that afterwards they bestowed much cost in fitting
and furnishing her for this present voyage in question, which was
the first voyage wherein shee was by them imployed. And that hee was
thereupon constituted master by them but did not see the bill of sale
that being passed before a Notary as the manner thereis"

The signe of the Crowne a victualling house where this deponents said father and this deponent lodged, kept by one John Aberdyn (HCA 13/72 f.327v)
- NOTE: This victualling house is in Ostend


HCA 13/73


The Mermaid Taverne in Cornwall (HCA 13/72 f.14r)

"the said Ashley did acknowledge and confessse in this deponents presence
and heareing that hee had taken such a shipp as the producent demanded, but saith
hee had condemned thesaid shipp in Court according to law, yet notwithstanding
did then tell the producent that hee would meete him att the Mermaid Taverne
in Cornwall (as this deponent remembreth) and treate with him about the
said shipp, which this deponent being by and heareing the premisses so had
and done and otherwise hee cannot depose/"

The Golden Still and Anchor in Eastsmithfeild (HCA 13/73 f.18v)

"To the first and Second article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
that about twelve or thirteene monethes. since hee this deponent
was present and in Company with the arlate Mr Mitchell
and Nicholas Rippen, at the signe of the Golden Still and Anchor
in Eastsmithfeild, and the said Mitchell and Rippon having
discourse about goods and materialls delivered aboard the arlate ship the Roger
and Edmond at the said places. and the said Mitchell desiring
security for the said goods and materialls of and from the said [XXX GUTTER]
and this deponent being Caried by the said Rippen to the fore-
places, to that purpose; the said Rippen proffesed this Deponent
the said Mitchell to be his security; but the said Mitchell
refused to take this Deponent for his security"

The Great James in Bishopsgate (HCA 13/73 f.19r)


"To the 1: 2: 3 and 4th articles of the allegation hee saith that hee this
deponent being in Company at the Taverne called the Great James in Bishopsgate
streete with one Captaine Letton and others did there heare the sayd
Captaine Letton acknowledge and saye that hee the sayd Letton had
offered unto the Owners of the Shipp Consent (before the dammage
in question happened to her the summe of one thousand pounds sterling
for the sayd shipp her tackle and furniture, and that the sayd Owners

would not nor did then sell her to him at that rate"
  1. HCA 13/71 f.413r
  2. HCA 13/53 f.24r
  3. HCA 13/53 f.187v
  4. HCA 13/70 f.709r
  5. HCA 13/71 f.272r
  6. HCA 13/68 f.488v
  7. HCA 13/70 f.605r
  8. HCA 13/53 f.23r
  9. HCA 13/71 f.413r
  10. HCA 13/72 f.710r
  11. HCA 13/72 f.17r; HCA 13/70 f.489r
  12. HCA 13/71 f.153r
  13. HCA 13/71 f.297r]
  14. HCA 13/72 f.208v
  15. HCA 13/70 f.282v
  16. HCA 13/70 f.283r
  17. HCA 13/72 f.245r
  18. HCA 13/72 f.317v
  19. HCA 13/70 f.11r
  20. HCA 13/62 unfol. 130D3300_DSC_0816
  21. HCA 13/73 f.18v
  22. HCA 13/73 f.19r; HCA 13/70 f.86v
  23. HCA 13/70 f.448r
  24. HCA 13/53 f.139v
  25. HCA 13/68 f.577r
  26. HCA 13/71 f.413r
  27. HCA 13/71 f.179r
  28. HCA 13/63 f.390v; HCA 13/65 f.14r
  29. HCA 13/71 f.457r
  30. HCA 13/70 f.85v
  31. HCA 13/72 f.623r
  32. HCA 13/53 f.198r
  33. HCA 13/53 f.198v
  34. HCA 13/69 unfol. IMG_100_105(2)_1104
  35. HCA 13/74 f.214r
  36. HCA 13/73 f.408r
  37. HCA 13/72 f.121v
  38. HCA 13/54 f.161v
  39. HCA 13/54 f.89r
  40. HCA 13/71 f.144r
  41. HCA 13/72 f.731r
  42. HCA 13/70 f.710r
  43. HCA 13/71 f.297r
  44. HCA 13/72 f.197r
  45. HCA 13/72 f.327v
  46. HCA 13/68 f.489v
  47. HCA 13/63 f.411v
  48. HCA 13/70 f.32r
  49. HCA 13/70 f.731v
  50. HCA 13/73 f.413v
  51. HCA 13/73 f.710v
  52. HCA 13/53 f.162v; HCA 13/53 f.163r
  53. HCA 13/71 f.551v
  54. HCA 13/70 f.490r
  55. HCA 13/74 f.191r
  56. HCA 13/73 f.535r
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  65. HCA 13/54 f.455r
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  68. HCA 13/76 f.7r
  69. HCA 13/71 f.453r
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