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Books Books 1 - 6 of 6 on once distinguished" says Leland, " as the residence of many Jews," and a little....  
" once distinguished" says Leland, " as the residence of many Jews," and a little beyond, is a large and ancient mansion, still retaining marks of its former grandeur. It was originally the Hospital of St. John the Baptist, founded in the reign of... "
New guide. An historical and descriptive account of Warwick and Leamington ... - Page 23
by William Field - 1816
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An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Town and Castle of Warwick and ...

William Field - Leamington (England) - 1815 - 468 pages
...the instruction of indigent youth, and the other to the consolation of destitute and declining age. PASSING through the arch-way of St. Peter's, the SMITH-STREET...ceased to exist, even prior to the general dissolution ; at which time the estate was in the possession of ANTHONY STOUGHTON, of the family of the STOUGHTONS,...
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An Historical and Descriptive Account of the Town and Castle of Warwick and ...

William Field - Leamington (England) - 1815 - 468 pages
...the instruction of indigent youth, and the other to the consolation of destitute and declining age. PASSING through the arch-way of St. Peter's, the SMITH-STREET...founded in the reign of HENRY II. by WILLIAM Earl of fFarwick, intended for the reception of the houseless poor, and the wandering stranger. This institution...
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Walks through Bath

1819
...between the hours of eleven and three. Annexed to this chapel is St. John's Hospital, dedicated to St. John the Baptist, founded in the reign of Henry II. by Reginald Fitz-Jocelain, bishop of this see, for the support of six aged poor men and six women, belonging...
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A Topographical Dictionary of England: Comprising the Several Counties ...

Samuel Lewis - Great Britain - 1831
...are situated at the entrance into the town from Birmingham. The hospital of St. John the Baptist was founded, in the reign of Henry II., by William, Earl of Warwick, for the reception of strangers and pilgrims, and, at the dissolution, had a revenue valued at 19....
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KELLY'S DIRECTORY OF BEDFORDSHIRE, HUNTS, AND NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, WITH MAPS.

kelly - 1885
...oight unmarried i>crsons ; a school for 40 children, now incorporated with the, general schools ; and the Hospital of St. John the. Baptist, founded in the reign of Edward II. for a master and ten co-brethren, the mastership being annexed lo St. John's rectory. There...
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The Home Counties Magazine: Devoted to the Topography of London ..., Volume 9

William John Hardy, William Paley Baildon - Essex (England) - 1907
...Wycombe has collapsed, owing to want of repair. These arches, of which three still remain, formed part of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist, founded in the reign of Henry III. The site and remains were granted to the Mayor and Corporation of Chipping Wycombe, as it was...
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