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Cloth fair, Smithfield.

Arthur Reynolds

Cloth fair, Smithfield.

by Arthur Reynolds

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Published by Printed and published for the Proprietors by Evans & Williams in (Cardiff, Wales .
Written in English


Edition Notes

An illustrated extract from the Treasury, May 1914.

The Physical Object
Paginationp. 165-171
Number of Pages171
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20388632M

Smithfield is a district in located in Central London, part of Farringdon Without, the most westerly ward of the City of London, principal street of the area is West Smithfield. A number of City institutions are located in the area, such as St Bartholomew's Hospital, the Charterhouse, and Livery Halls, including those of the Butchers' and Haberdashers' :// Down Your Alley: Cloth Fair. ‘the rest of Smithfield from Long Lane end to the bars is enclosed with inns, brew houses, and large tenements.’ Of these long departed taverns the Old Dick Whittington was a particular favourite. It stood in Cloth Fair and was reputed to have been the oldest licensed establishment in London. Its doors

The following print shows 41 and 42 Cloth Fair in with shops occupying the ground floor of the building: By , 41 and 42 Cloth Fair had already survived other major changes in Cloth Fair. Up until the start of the 20th century Cloth Fair and the surrounding area included numerous crowded alleys with very unsanitary :// 23 thoughts on “ The Buildings of Smithfield Market ” Geralsine Moyle at am. It’s wonderful that you are doing this, David, especially at this level of documentation. I may be too much of cynic, but I don’t think we can necessarily trust institutions ~ even the Museum of London! ~ to archive as we go, so to ://

Tudor Roof! There is so much "Mock Tudor" around these days but this is the real deal- One of the few buildings to have survived the great fire of London in , and there aren't many of them! Taken on the side of "Cloth Fair" near Smithfield Market Smithfield means ‘smooth field’ and, though the Romans called it by a different name, they recognised that this green expanse was too useful to be covered in houses. By the twelfth century, there was a fair held on Smithfield every Friday for the buying and selling of horses, and a growing market for oxen, cows and – by-and-by – sheep


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Round the corner is Smithfield market with its robust architecture, sights and smells, facing the noble buildings of St Bartholomew’s Hospital. Further along Cloth Fair are new houses, bringing domestic life to this part of the :// Bowling Bird.

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book furnishings in one of London’s most historic Cloth Fair, tucked away in the City of London, was originally the site of the Bartholomew Fair, where merchants gathered each year in August to trade the corner from Cloth Fair are the Victorian buildings of Smithfield Market, one of the oldest of the many markets in London.

Facing 43 Cloth Fair is the churchyard of St Bartholomew the Great, the oldest parish church in the City At first glance Cloth Fair, which is a stone’s throw from Smithfield Market, may appear unremarkable but it is in fact the oldest house in London.

Author and historian Fiona Rule was researching house histories when she began thinking of what house could hold such a title and this led to her book, The Oldest House in 41/42 Cloth Fair.

The oldest home in the City of London, tucked away down a Farringdon side street, this four-bedroom townhouse survived the Great Fire thanks to the high brick walls /london/galleries/london-oldest-buildings/cloth-fair.

45a Cloth Fair is a basic but functional Georgian apartment steeped in history. The two-bedroom flat, which sleeps four, overlooks the ancient Church of St. Bartholomew the Great and features Cloth Fair takes name from Cloth fair Fair; this Cloth fair event was held in the Smithfield area from the 12th century to the 19th century.

The fair was, early on, essentially a trade fair for the woollen and drapery industries, with Italian and Flemish cloth merchants, and money charged on tolls for goods was a source of income for the priory Buy Smithfield.

Cloth Fair & St. Bartholomew the Great - - old antique vintage print - art picture prints of London at Amazon UK. Free delivery on eligible :// Antique Print: SMITHFIELD. Piepowder court, Cloth Fair. Hand & Shears Pub. Middle/King St. Caption below print: 'Pye Powder Court, Cloth Fair, west Smithfield'.

Type: Antique copperplate engraved print on stiff, good quality paper. Date of printing:  › Artwork › Posters & Prints. Prior Rahere liked to go to the fair himself and do some juggling, and his foundation drew useful income from it.

Held on the open space of Smithfield, just outside the city walls, starting on the eve of the feast day of St Bartholomew in August, it grew into the country’s largest cloth fair and London’s biggest annual ://’s-last-bartholomew-fair.

Rising Sun, London: See 93 unbiased reviews of Rising Sun, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #6, of 22, restaurants in :// 'At Smithfield: Cloth Fair as it was and it is, with St.

Bartholomew the Great' Vintage photographic book illustration, Caption below picture: 'At Smithfield: Cloth Fair as it was and it is, with St.

Bartholomew the Great' DATE PRINTED: IMAGE SIZE: Approx x cm, x inches (Medium) ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: Arnold  › Art › Art Prints › Collectables › Paper & Ephemera › Ephemera › Pre   Cloth Court, Cloth Fair window in the City of London, 2, × 3,; MB 41 Cloth Fair, EC1 - - jpg × ; KB A Guided Tour party in Cloth Fair - - jpg × ; 91 KB:Cloth_Fair,_London.

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It’s also one of the most underrated neighborhoods of London. For anyone interested in London’s macabre past, Smithfield delivers in from the bloody meat market, Smithfield offers The London Charterhouse is a historic complex of buildings in Smithfield, London, dating back to the 14th century.

This is a list of prominent people killed or executed in Smithfield, one of the most important locations for public executions in the medieval and modern City of London.

On 15 June, Richard left the city to meet Tyler and the rebels at ://,_London. THE SMITHFIELD GAZETTE COMMENT Normally the summer period at Smithfield is a little quieter and that gives us time to draw breath and get ready for the build up to Christmas.

Not this summer though. We were kept busy with preparations for the Smithfield event on 25th and 26th August, but it was well worth it.

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