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Diary of Thomas Burton Esq: Volume 1, July 1653 - April 1657
or nurserie of whores, rogues, bawds, and such like persons as was evidently
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward II: Volume 1, 1307-1313
committed by receivers and public bawds ( lupanatrices) in inns
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 8, 1685-1689
Hunsdon, Sir Thomas Manby of Bawds, co. Essex, kt., Sir Richard White, kt., Francis Plowden of Bawds, co. Essex, William Penn of Kensington, John
Calendar, Committee For Compounding: Part 3
To be sequestered for non-payment of the second half of his fine. 12 391 Wm. Bawde ... at Goldsmiths' Hall sell Bawde's estate, and apply the proceeds to pay Parliament's ... Parker moving for Bawde...
A History of the County of Essex: Volume 8
the medieval manor of Bawds. 16 During the Middle Ages most of the parish ... in the wild, and some can still be seen in the park. The manor of BAWDS ... and Doddinghurst. 133 Its first name came from the family...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VII: Volume 1, 1485-1500
Choke, Robert Harecourte, Henry Marney, Henry Strangways, Thomas Bawde
A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 4
Pagitt and his wife Katharine, sold them to Ferdinand Bawde and Lawrence ... versus Bawde (apparently then William Bawde son of Ferdinand) respecting ... should sell the estate of William...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry IV: Volume 4, 1409-1413
knights, Thomas Bawde, Philip Thornebury, Thomas Leget, Edmund Bybbesworth,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VII: Volume 2, 1500-1509
Close Rolls, Henry VII 1502-1503 1502-1503 Membrane 26 d. 1502. 239 Sir Thomas Bawde knight, to Sir William Say knight, his heirs and assigns. Indenture witnessing sale for 800 l. (of which he acknowledges
Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660
Punishment of a common Bawd. Second offence Felony. And be it further Enacted ... by confession or otherwise, for being a common Bawd, be it man or woman,