London Charterhouse

London Charterhouse

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Thomas Sutton's reputation as the wealthiest commoner in England at the time of his death in 1611 was matched by the scale of the charity which he founded at the Charterhouse in Clerkenwell. This work examines the Charterhouse's significance as England's leading charity and the support and opposition that it attracted.... had been a foundation Scholar.5 The Brothers during the period included John Bagford, collector of books and broadsides, who died at ... only one suit of clothes .6 Two royal governors were entitled to nominate candidates: Queen Anne and her consort, Prince George, ... made four circuits of the hospitala#39;s properties and familiarised himself with the tenantsa#39; problems, supervised repair of the sea walls anbsp;...

Title:London Charterhouse
Author:Stephen Porter
Publisher:Amberley Publishing - 2009


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