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Survey of London: Battersea Park

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Survey of London: Park Town

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Survey of London: Battersea Park Road to Latchmere Road

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Survey of London: Falcon Road to Poyntz Road Triangle

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Survey of London: North of Clapham Junction

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Survey of London: West of Plough Lane

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Survey of London: Lavender Hill

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Survey of London: North of Lavender Hill

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Survey of London: St John’s Hill

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The public houses of Hampstead

There were three alehouses in Hampstead in 1552 and three after suppressions by the justices in 1630. Victuallers were often prosecuted for keeping disorderly houses in the 17th century, when offences included Sunday drinking in 1641 and a quarrel resulted in death in 1653. Alehouses nonetheless multiplied: after several had been suppressed at the petition …

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