Notes on the history of St. Giles" Church without Cripplegate, Barbican E.C.2

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A copy of verses made and set forth by Thomas Priest Bell-Man: to all my worthy master and mistrisses of the vvard of St. Gile's Cripplegate without and within the freedom by Thomas Priest (); Giles Criplegate: The particulars of the rates of church-duties: agreed upon at a generall meeting of the parish, the fourth of November, by England) Saint Giles without Cripplegate Parish Church.

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