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LAMBETH PARISH BOUNDARY KENNINGTON, TO KENNINGTON LANE

Plan showing a perambulation along the Lambeth parish boundary from Brook Street to Kennington Lane. Places and people noted in the accompanying text include: Robert Slade Esq; the Fishmonger's Almshouses; Newington Glebe; the Plough and Harrow public house. The pub dates from c.1745 and was rebuilt in the 1860s.From 'Perambulation of the Parish of Lambeth in the County of Surrey, 1808' by Middleton and Bailey, Lambeth: '...the Rector, parish Officer and Inhabitants of Lambeth, have, from time immemorial, been in the habit of walking the Bounds of the Parish.'Ref: P6 /p16

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Collection:Local History Library
Image type:Pen and Ink
Artist:Bailey Middleton
Ref:01597
Original ref:P6 / p17
Date:1808

-Before 1850INNS AND PUBLIC HOUSESLocal History LibraryOPEN SPACESPen and InkRIVERS AND WATERCOURSESROADS AND STREETSWELFARE AND SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS

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