Monastic London, An Analytical Sketch of the Monks And Monasteries Within the Metropolitan Area During the Centuries 1200 to 1600

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Monastic London, An Analytical Sketch of the Monks And Monasteries Within the Metropolitan Area During the Centuries 1200 to 1600
Walter Stanhope
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This conventual LONDON RELIGIOUS HOUSES 147 house was dissolved about the year 1538, at which time there were found 180 well-furnished beds for the relief of the poor. Within an enclosure adjoining the conventual church, stood a carved stone pulpit, termed a cross like unto that which stood for so long without St PauFs.
Regular preachers with fixed stipends were at one time appointed to deliver sermons from these crosses of St Paul's, and St Mary's, Spittal.
5. St Thomas of Acon. — This hospita
...l was situated in Cheapside, between the Old Jewry and Ironmonger Lane, and was founded in the year 1170 by Thomas Fitz-Theobald de Heiley and his wife Agnes, sister to Thomas d Becket, to whom the structure was dedicated. Attached to it was the charnel of St Nicholas and the chapel of St Stephen. The image of the saint stood in a niche over the gateway and remained till the reign of Elizabeth, when it was over- thrown. It was well endowed by its founder, and subsequently received additional sources of income by gifts and bequests.

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