Leicester Index

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'Leicester Index', A History of the County of Leicester: volume 4: The City of Leicester (1958), pp. 473-483. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66598 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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There are two indexes in this volume, a General Index and a Leicester Index. The first consists of all entries other than those in the Leicester Index, the second consists of entries which would otherwise begin with the word 'Leicester'. Cross-references to entries in the Leicester Index from entries in both the General Index and the Leicester Index are prefixed with the letter 'L.' Places named in the text merely as residences are indexed only as a means of cross-reference to the residents. Lists of subject-entries are given in the Leicester Index at the end of the entries for 'city and borough' and 'trade and industry'.

The following abbreviations have been used, sometimes with the addition of the letter s to form the plural: Abp., Archbishop; admin., administration; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Assoc., Association; Ave., Avenue; Bart., Bartholomew; bd., board; Ben., Benjamin; Bp., Bishop; bounds., boundaries; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; ch., church; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; Ctss., Countess; d., died; Dan., Daniel; econ. hist., economic history; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; Fran., Francis; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geoff., Geoffrey; Gil., Gilberty; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; incl., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Ld., Lord; lib., liberty; m., married; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; non-conf., non-conformity; par., parish; Pet., Peter; pop., population; R.C., Roman Catholic; R. Cath., Roman Catholicism; Rd., Road; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; Soc., Society; St., Street; Steph., Stephen; stn., station; Thos., Thomas; Val., Valentine; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

A.

Abbey Gate, 80, 263, 348, 349; ward, 368; chap., 350, 391–2; sch., see L., St. Leonard's par., sch.

Abbey Lane, 453.

Abbey Meadow, Meadows, see L., Abbey Park.

Abbey Mill, Mills, 94, 453; another, 326, 453 n.

Abbey Park (Meadow, Meadows, Lammas Ground), 32, 197, 294, 351, 355, 358, 375 n, 451, 452.

Abbey Park Rd., 355, 453 n.

Abbey St., 360.

Abbey ward, 242 n.

agriculture and husbandry, 76, 99– 104, 109, 158, 186–7; common fields and pastures, 31–32, 53, 99– 100, 165–6, 447–8, 454, see also L., East Field, St. Margaret's Pasture, South Field, West Field.
-, Cornmongers, 79, see also Johnson, Ric.; dairymen, 100, see also Abell, Alice, Brown, Thos., Chettleton, Thos., Markby, Thos., Palmer, John (d. 1627); farmers, 78, 102–4, 106–7, 284, 372, see also Abney, Dannet, Freake, John (d. 1595), Keckwick, Mosely, Hen., Mountenay, Nutt, Jas. (d. 1663), Peel, Hen. (d. 1639), Slater, Hen., Swan, Thos., Thompson, John (d. 1645); gardeners, 99, see also Hitchcock, Wm. (d. 1632), market, see Harrison fam.; graziers, 77, 78, 100–2, 180 n, see also Blunt, Thos. (d. 1660), Freake, John (d. 1595), Halpennye, Norris, John (d. 1670), Oldham, John, Pippin, Springthorpe, Ric., Swan, Ric. (d. 1595); hay merchants, 96; ploughwrights, 97; shepherds, 104.

Albion St., sch., see L., St. John the Divine par., sch.

Alexander St., chap., 392.

Alfred St., chap., see L., Trinity chap.

All Saints' Open, sch., 330.

All Saints' par., 42, 53, 69, 155, 187, 188, 189, 192, 256, 338–43, 350 n, 388, 390, 392, 402, 412; bounds., 338; ch., 50, 155, 338, 342–3, 388, 393; chars., 343, 411, 412, 413; guilds, 342; non-conf., 392; pop., 342; schs., 328n; vestry, 143, 256; vicar, 342, 349, see also Matthews; workhouse, 188.

All Saints' sch., in Charlotte St., 336.

All Saints' sch., in Vine St., 337.

All Souls' par., 377; ch., 377.

Allied Assurance building, 363.

Allsop, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 159, 365.

Alma St., 292.

alta strata, see L., High Cross St.

Amphitheatre, 212 n, 272, 286.

Angel Gateway, 364.

Angel Inn, 56, 63, 364.

Anstey Gorse, 453.

Anstey Lane, sch., see L., Hallam, Alderman R., sch.

Anti-Truck Soc., 303; secretary, see Bell, Thos.

Applegate St. (Applegate, Shambles Lane, St.), 43, 44, 156 n, 383.

Apple Lane, 39.

archdeacon, 342, 357, 379, 442, see also Bonney, Burnaby, And., Grosseteste, Matthews, Mawdely, Willcock.

Archdeacon Lane, 263, 351, 356; chap., 391, 392; sch., 331, 335.

Archdeacon Lane Memorial ch., 392, 453.

Arnold, Dr., asylum, 341.

Art Secondary sch., 334; principal, see Pilsbury.

Ashe Close, 452.

Ashe Meadow, 452.

Ashwell St., ch., see L., St. John the Divine.

Assembly Rooms, 194, 351.

Athenaeum, 274.

Augustinian friars lib., see L., White Friars.

Avenue Rd., ch., 394; sch., 336.

Aylestone Rd., 260, 286, 370, 373, 374, 415; ch., see L., All Souls'; chap., 392; electricity works, 285, 374; gasworks, 285, 374; sch., 336.

Aylestone ward, 242 n; see also Aylestone.

B.

Back Lane, 343.

Back Side, see L., Cornwall.

Bakehouse (Fosbrooke Bakehouse, Kepeoven, Kephoven) Lane, 43, 156 n, 369.

Baker, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 159, 365.

Balfour St., sch., 336.

Barkby Lane, see L., Bedford St.

Barlow, Sarah, Almshouses, 409.

Barrell Cross, 110.

Bath Lane, 343, 384; baths, 294, 384.

Beatrice Rd., 456.

Beaumont Leys par., 300, 349, 420, 423 n, 447–8, 451; pop., 448; sewage farm, 279, 299, 447, 448.

Bedehouse Meadow, Meadows, 370, 373 n, 375.

Bedford St. (Barkby Lane), 351, 355.

Belgrave Gate, 16, 50, 52, 53, 54, 154, 155, 156 n, 161, 162, 180, 195, 196, 197, 262, 263, 273, 291, 298, 299, 301, 350, 351, 354, 355, 356, 359, 360, 380, 393, 411; ch., see L., St. Mark's; chap., 393, see also L., St. John the Baptist chap., Tabernacle, The; gasworks, 196, 285, 353, 354; sch., see L., St. Mark's par., sch.; R.C. sch., 390; see also Coleman, Jas., L., Black Lion Inn, Spital, Spital House Close.

Belgrave Rd., 263, 354, 355; rly. stn., 356; sch., 336; see also Belgrave, road from Leicester to.

Belgrave ward, 242 n; see also Belgrave.

Belvoir St., 352, 353; chap., 391, 392, see also L., Harvey Lane chap.

Benbow Rise, sch., 336.

Bent's Hosp., 369, 408.

Berehill (Round Hill, Roundel, Coal Hill), 39, 129, 156 n, 180, 351, 360.

Berkley St., 338.

Bird's Nest Lodge, 454, 455 n.

bishop, 342, 349, 357, 359, 360, 376, 377, 385, 418, 426, 432, 437, 441, 445, see also Bardsley, Cuthwine, L., see.

Bishop St. (Bishopsgate), 352, 353; chap., 392; library, 295; see also L., Liberal Club.

Bishop's Fee lib., 2, 8 n, 9, 16, 20, 24, 31–32, 36, 46, 47, 49n, 54, 57, 58, 129, 130, 156, 157, 158 n, 159, 350, 351, 353–4; constable, 129; man., 57, 107, 353–4; victualler, 68; see also Timson, Thos.

Bishopsgate, see L., Bishop St.

Black Friars lib., 156 n, 188, 257, 262, 264, 290, 343–4, 387n, 388; bounds., 343; friary, 154, 343, 370n; chap., 50; see also L., religious orders and houses, Dominican friars.

Black Lion Inn, 360.

Blackfriars Hall, 390.

Blackpool, 45.

Blind, Institute for the, 352.

Blue Boar Inn, 384.

Blue Boar (Guildhall, Mayor's Hall) Lane, 35, 70, 369, 383, 384, 410; see also L., Mayor's Hall.

Bluecoat sch., see L., St. Martin's par., char. sch.

Bond St., 301, 361; chap., 394, 433, minister, see Miall.

Bond St., East, (Elbow Lane), 180 n, 334, 341, 407; sch., see L., Great Meeting, schs.

Bond St., New, (Parchment Lane, St., Parcheminergate, vicus parcamenorum, Swinesmarket), 150, 156 n, 170, 180, 341 n, 361, 364.

Bond St., West, 388.

Bonners Lane, 346; see also L., Rupert's Tower.

Bow (Richard III's) Bridge, 153, 381 n, 382, 388; mills, 383.

Bow St., ch., see L., Christ Ch.; sch., see L., Christ Ch. par., sch.

Bowling Green St., 352, 363.

Braunstone Frith par., 300, 431, 448–9, 455 n; airfield, 449; golf course, 449; housing estate, 428, 449; sch., see L., New Parks sch.

Braunstone Gate, 277; bridge, 277, 382–3.

Bread St., Salvation Army Hall, 394.

Bridge St., 387.

Bridge St., New, 372.

bridges, 23, 51, 277–8, 347, see also L., Bow Bridge, Braunstone Gate, bridge, Mill Lane, bridge, Walnut St., bridge, West Bridge.

Bromkinsthorpe lib., in St. Mary de Castro par., 9, 16, 17, 31, 108, 369, 375, 380–3, 398; chs., see L., Holy Apostles, Martyrs, ch. of the, St. Paul's; econ. hist., 382–3; mans., 381–2, 397; mill, 381; see also L., Danet's Hall man., Doveland Coppes, Westcotes man.

Brunswick Square, 128, 198.

Brunswick St., sch., see L., St. Matthew's sch.

Buckminster Rd., ch., see L., Archdeacon Lane Memorial ch.

building and building trades, 42, 76, 78, 98–99, 107, 158, 182–5, 194–5, 197, 260–3, 269, 276, 290–1, 297– 8, 301–2; architect, see Barradale, Everard & Pick, Flint & Wickes, Goddard, Jos., Goodacre, J., R. J., Harrison, Joshua, fam., Jackson, Wm., Johnson, John (d. 1815), Keay, Millican, Nevinson, Oldham, Wm., Pick, Shenton & Baker, Tait, Traylen, Wakerley, Westley; bricklaying, 182–3; brickmaking, 182; brickyards, 270; builders, 37, 42, 52, 297–8, 301, see also Cook,—, Hartshorn, C. W., Wright, Orson; clay working, 255; glaziers, 98, 184; layers, 98–99, see also Jerman; masons, 42, 98–99, 183, see also Firmadge; painter-stainers, 99; pargeters, 98–99; plasterers, 98– 99, 158, 184–5, see also Woodland, Thos. (d. 1591); plumbers, 98, 184; slaters, 98–99, 158, 179, 184– 5, see also Bent, John (d. 1700), slaters', plasterers', and tallowchandlers' co., 98, 105, 166 n, 184; tiler, 42; see also L., woodworking crafts.

Burgess Meadow, Meadows, 372, 373.

Burgess St., chap., 392.

Burley's Lane, 356; baths, 269.

Butt Close, 63, 392; chap., see L., Great Meeting.

C.

Caldecote Rd., sch., 336.

calidus vicus, see L., St. Nicholas St.

Callis, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 159.

Cank, The, 362.

Cank St., 46, 52 n, 156 n, 362, 364.

Canning Place, sch., see L., St. Margaret's sch.

Carey Hall, 392.

Carey museum, 384, 391.

Carley St., chap., 391.

Caroline Place, sch., see L., St. Mark's sch.

Cart's Lane, 362.

Castle (Duke of Lancaster's palace, Guildhall), 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 32, 42, 43, 45 n, 49, 53, 56, 61, 63, 65, 70, 148, 153, 154, 155, 156, 159, 182, 344–5, 346, 364n, 395, 397; castellan, 5, see also Grentemesnil, Hugh de, Ivo de; demesne, 5, 32, 53; (earls') court, 10–11, 12, 13, 14, 26, 32; gaol, 11, 13, 345; house, 345; porter, 11, 12, 14, 22, 32, 45.

Castle Hill, 448.

Castle Mill, Mills, 43, 45, 63, 94, 164, 345, 395–6, 397, 398; shop, 395; see also L., Newarke Mill.

Castle St. (Soar, St. Mary's Church Lane), 369; sch., see L., St. Mary de Castro par., char. sch.; see also L., Southgate St.

Castle View lib. (Castleward), 17, 32, 130, 147, 188, 257, 329, 344–5, 347, 377; pop., 345.

Castle ward, 242 n.

Castleward, see L., Castle View.

Cathedral, see L., St. Martin's par., Cathedral.

Catherine St., chap., 393, see also L., Carey Hall; sch., 336.

Causeway (Gaol, St. John's) Lane, 78, 156 n, 163, 194 n, 338, 341, 389; chap., see L., St. Michael's; R.C. chap., 389, 427.

Cavalry St., see L., Lancaster Rd.

Cavendish House, 410, 451.

Central rly. stn., 343, 361.

Chandos St., chap., 393.

Chantry House, 346.

Chapel Close, 372, 377.

Chapel Yard, 394.

charities, 75, 149, 150, 155, 410–14; church, 410–11, 414; corporation, 411–12; general, 253, 343, 380, 412–13, trustees, 350, 361, 369, 387, 402 n, 408, 410–11, 412, 413; benevolence money, 412; lottery money, 412–13; wood and coal money, 411, 412.
-, Acham, 412; Andrew's Loan, 412; Blunt, 361, 411; Botham, 412; Browne, 412; Cavendish, 411; Courteen's Gift, 343, 361, 369, 380, 387, 411; Devonshire, 350, 412; Elkington, 369, 413; Fownes (Clarke), 380; Hayne, 411, 413–14; Heyrick, 343, 350, 361, 369, 380, 387, 413; Hickling, 411; Hobbie, 369, 380, 411; Ive, 343, 361, 369, 380, 411; Ludlam's Gift, 412–13; Lutterworth, 413; Moreton, 411– 12; Newton, 128, 149, 150, 158 n, 410, 414; Norrice, 387, 413; Nurse, 412; Ossiter, 412; Parker, 413; Poultney, 413; Read, 414; Simon, 410; Smart, 387; Stanley, 412; Tamworth's Gift, 411, Prayers, 366, 414; White, 75, 141–2, 146, 151, 167 n, 410, 413; Wright, 380.
-, Hospitals and almshouses, 398– 410, see also L., Bent's Hosp., Cock Muck Hill Houses, Devonshire, Ctss. of, Hosp., Lewis Almshouses, St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist Hosp., St. Leonard's Hosp., St. Mary Magdalen and St. Margaret Hosp., Spital, Trinity Hosp., Wyggeston's Hosp.

Charles St., 299, 300, 301, 355, 356; chap., 392; sch., 393.

Charles St., Upper, chap., 392.

Charlotte St., 327; sch., see L., All Saints' par., schs.

Charnor Rd., sch., see L., Forest Lodge sch.

Charnwood ward, 242 n.

Charnwood St., sch., 336.

Cheapside, 301, 364.

Chester St., ch., see L., St. Matthew's; sch., see L., St. Matthew's sch.

Christ Church par., 359, 360; ch., 359; sch., 336.

Christ the King sch., 336.

Christian chap., 392.

Christow St., sch., 336.

Church Congress hall, 360.

Churchgate, 54, 129, 139, 155, 156 n, 263, 301, 329, 338, 341, 351, 358, 361, 393; sch., see L., St. Margaret's sch.; see also Brookhouse, L., St. Margaret and St. Katherine guild, guildhall.

city and borough, area, 31, 52, 76, 153–4, 155, 194–9, 261–2, 265, 287–8, 291–2, 300, 302; bounds., 8, 147, 275, 287, see also L., courts, &c.; incorporation, 19–23, 56–57, 111– 19, county borough, 288, city, 296.
-, Burgage tenure and borough franchise, 3, 9, 12, 13, 19 n, 29– 30, 36, 122, 150–1, 251; Common Hall, 29, 36, 69, 112, see also below companies; by-laws, 23–24, 73; council, 151, 251–2, 287; wards, &c., 28, 73, 151, 156–7, 251, 287, see also L., Abbey, Allsop, Aylestone, Baker, Belgrave, Callis, Castle, Charnwood, Clay, Deacon, De Montfort, East Gate, High St., Humberstone, West, Knighton St. Martin's, Latimer, Newton, Noble, North Gate, Overinge, public services, watch and ward, St. Margaret's, St. Margaret's, East, St. Martin's, South Gate, Southwell, Spinney Hill, Swinesmarket, West Gate, Westcotes, Wycliffe, Wyggeston.
-, Committees, 128, 160; commissioners for town lands, 69, estates cttee., 160, 254, 260; finance cttee., 149, 160, 253, 254, 289; improvement cttee., 265; investment cttee., 146; pavements cttee., 160; sewerage and highways cttee., 267; South Fields cttee., 128, 160, 198, see also L., education, education cttee., fairs and markets, cttee., Newton, Alderman, Grammar sch., cttee., poor relief, public assistance cttee., public health, health, asylums, sanitary cttees., public utilities, fire, gas cttees.
-, Financial hist., 70, 253–6; common purse, 14, 33, 37; earl's rents, 32–33, 34–35, 37n, 45–46; feefarm rents, 56, 63–64, 65, 198, 395, 398; firma burgi, 22, 33, 49, 57, farmers of, 2, 13 n, 22, leases of, 22, 47, see also L., fairs and markets, tolls, &c.; mint, 2, 8, 348; rates, 68, 129, 130–1, 142, 143, 146, 162, 165, 254, 266, 287–8, 302, improvement, 266, see also L., education, education, lib., rates, gaols, gaol rate, poor relief, rates, public health, general district rate, public works, highway rates, religious life, church rates; rateable area and value, 255, 277, 288; taxation, medieval, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17–18, 21, 23, 27, 34, 36, 37, 42, 49, 51, 59, 66, 73, excise, 60, ship money, 59–60.
-, Officers, elected; aldermen, 28, 68–69, 73, 160, 287, 458, see also Alsop, Wm. (fl. c. 1670), Blunt, Thos.(d. 1664), Callis, Wm., Chambers, Jos., Craddock, Jos. (fl. c. 1684–8), Curlevache, Firmadge, Gregory, Mansfield, Hood, Ireland, Geo., Ludlam, Thos. (d. 1697), Mansfield, John (d. 1798), Newton, Gabriel, Noble, Fran., North, Sir Jonathan, Overinge, Palmer, Ric., Peter s. of Roger, Phipps, Thos., Rawson, Jas., Reed, Thos., St. Lo, Simpson, Sam., Sismey, Slater, Hen., Southwell, Toller, Geo., Townsend, Edm., Ward, Fran., Wright, Sir Thos.; auditors, 23, 28, 72; (high) bailiffs (prepositi), 11, 12, 14, 23, 57, 62, 72, 116, 118, 151, 160, see also Blaby, Ric. de (fl. c. 1234– 42), Brunman, Champeden, Curtis, Pet., Hardy, John, Hotoft, —, Major, Wm., Oneby, Orton, Rob., Palmer, Thos. (d. 1717), Piddocke, Scottum, Wilne, Wright, Rob., Wylard, L., earldom, earl's bailiff; chamberlains, 23, 24, 27, 35, 51, 63, 70–71, 116, 119, 160, 161, 167, see also Abney, —, Murfyn, Norris, John (fl. c. 1492), Roberts, Jos., Turville; companies, 24 jurats (jurati), 12, 13–14, 24–25, 29–30, 37, 68–69, 70, 115, 116, 118, 119, 152, 160, 385, 48 (later 36) councilmen, 29–30, 68–69, 115, 116, 118, 119, 152, 160; J.P.s, see L., courts, &c.; (lord) mayor, 13, 15, 23, 26–27, 34, 37, 58, 61, 68, 69, 70, 75, 133, 251, 296, 344, 458, see also Alsop, Wm. (fl. c. 1670), Astill, Edw., Asty, Ayres, Thos. (fl. c. 1705), Bent, Geo. (d. 1709), John (d. 1700), Bentley, Wm. (fl. c. 1684–9), Brushfield, Callis, Wm., Carr, John, Chambers, Jos., Clarke, Thos. (fl. c. 1586), Craddock, Jos. (fl. c. 1684– 8), Curtis, Pet., Dare, Deane, Wm., tailor, Fisher, John, Franke, Freeman, And., Gillot, Wm., Green, G., Hartshorn, Thos. (fl. c. 1705), Heath, Heyrick, Rob., Holmes, Wm. (d. 1770), Hood, Lennard, Ludlam, Thos. (d. 1697), Mansfield, John (d. 1839), Noble, Fran., Dr. Jos., Norris, John (fl. c. 1492), North, Sir Jonathan, Oliver, Sam., Overinge, Paget, Thos., Pares, John (d. 1715), Pate, Penny, John (d. c. 1496), Proudlove, Racy, Reynold, John, Roberts, John, Ruddington, Hen. of, Rudyard, Thos., Seburgh, Seler, Smith, Dan., Southwell, Sutton, Edm., Toller, Geo., Topp fam., Townsend, Edm., Trigg, Wanley, Sam., Ward, Fran., Weston, Wigston, John, Rog. (d. 1507), Wm. (d. c. 1469), Wm. (d. 1536), Winterton, Wright, Sir Thos., deputy, 70.
-, Officers, appointed; accountant, 253, 289, see also Bown; armourer, 67; beadle, 72, 162, 254, 411; beadle, par., 72 n; bellman, 162, 254; clerk (mayor's, common clerk, steward, clerk of the peace), 27, 57, 61, 71, 128, 160, 253, 288–9, 411, 458, see also Bell, Sir Jas., Burbidge, Thos., Creswell, Dethick, Hackle, Heyrick, John (fl. c. 1765), Palmer, Edw. (fl. c. 1645–62), Reynold, Ric., Standbridge, Stone, Sam., Storey, Toller, Geo.; coroners, see L., courts, &c.; crier, 254, 411; engineer, see Everard; land steward, 128, 254; librarian, 72; macebearer, 72, 73, 151, 160, 254, 411, see also Weldon; mayor's sergeant, 27; medical officer, see L., public health; mole-catcher, 254; preacher, 66, 74, 400, 403, see also Angel, John, confrater, Sacheverell, Thos. (d. 1626); recorder, see L., courts, &c.; scavenger, 73, 162; sergeants-atmace, 57, 72, 151, 160, 254; solicitor, 71, 160, 289, see also Brown, —, Lowdham, Caleb, Major, John; steward, 8, 57, 61–62, 160, see also Halford, Hen., Hastings fam., Tamworth, Chris., above, clerk, L., earldom and honour, steward; steward of the fair, see L., fairs and markets; surveyor, 289, see also Gordon, Jos., Stephens; superintendent of the markets, see L., fairs and markets; treasurer, 253, 289, see also Kirby, Sam., Paget, Thos., T.T.; waits, 55, 72, 254.
-, Regalia, 68, 255; maces, 72, 130, 255, 344, 395 n, 457–8; arms, 458, motto, 249; seal, 20, 68, 115, 457, mayor's, 27, 457.
-, See also L., bridges, charities, courts and the administration of justice, education, fairs and markets, gaols, guild merchant, parks and recreation grounds, Parliament and politics, poor relief, population, public health, public utilities and services, public works, recreations and amusements, religious life, religious orders and houses, trade and industry, transport and communications.

City Boys' sch., 334.

City Lending Library (New Hall), 272, 295, 352–3.

Clarence St., 333; sch., see L., Wyggeston's Hosp. Girls' sch.

Clarke, Mitchell, Philips & Smith's Bank, 203 n.

Clay, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 159.

Clock Tower, 180 n, 283, 351.

Close Meadow, 370, 371, 372.

Clyde St., sch., 336.

Coal Hill, see L., Berehill.

Cock Muck Hill, see L., Spital Hill; Houses, 409, 411.

College of Art & Technology, 313, 346, 347, 412–13; see also L., Art Secondary sch.

College St., 334; ch., see L., Wycliffe ch.

Collegiate sch., 332, 334, 335, 394; for Girls, 334.

Coltmans', 343.

Colton St., sch., see L., St. George's par., sch.

Conduit, The, 364.

Conduit Field, 100, 354.

Conduit St., 355; mill, see L., Tower Mill; see also Preston & Charlesworth.

Conduit St., Upper, 356; sch., see L., St. Peter's sch.

Consanguinitarium, 409.

Constitutional Club, 231.

Co-operative Wholesale Soc., 248, 324, 393, 435, 436.

Corah's St. Margaret's Works, 311, 353.

Cordwainers Row, 41.

Corn Exchange, 135, 142, 162, 171, 179, 194, 266, 364, 395; keeper, 254 n.

Cornwall (Corn Wall, Back Side), 79, 364.

Corpus Christi guild, 20, 29–30, 35, 50–51, 63, 70, 366–7, 368; chaplains, 366; guildhall, 53, 68, 70, 71 n, 74, 133, 254, 255, 352, 361– 2, 365, 366, library (Town Hall library), 65, 273 n, 362, 365.

Cort Crescent, sch., 336.

Cossington St., baths, 294; recreation ground, 355.

Cotton St., 355.

countess of, see Amice, Lauretta.

County Offices, 363.

County Rooms, 362.

County sch., 330, 336.

courts and the administration of justice, 6, 8, 9–18, 62–63, 68, 270; of record, 62, 72; profits, 14, 33, 44, 61, 65; site, 179, 290, 364.
-, Assizes, 35, 68, 84, 123–4, 153, 342, 345; justices in eyre, 17, 21; justices of oyer and terminer, 55; justices of trailbaston, 18.
-, Court leet, 62, 73, 115; frankpledge, view of, 10, 11, 32, 62; licensing sessions (cannemol courts), 46, 74, 271; portmanmoot (portmoot), 9–10, 11, 12–14, 22, 24, 25–26, 33, 37, 48, 57, officers, 13, 14, jurisdiction, 10, 13, 16–17, 62–63; sessions, mayor's, 25–26, 36, quarter, 62, 71, 72, 75, 153.
-, Coroners, 18, 26, 68, 72, see also Turville; J.P.s, 26, 27, 28, 29, 68, 72, 75, 123–4, 148, 151, 164, 187, 189, see also Sedgewick, associate, 115–16, 124, clerk, see Stone, Sam., jurisdiction, 57–58, 68, 107, 111–12, 129–31, 142, 143, 147, 164–5, 255; liberties, see Knighton, L., Bishop's Fee, Bromkinsthorpe, Castle View, Newarke, St. Leonard's par.; recorder, 26, 57, 62, 68, 71, 160, see also Bakewell, Beaumont, John (fl. c. 1550), Braham, Burleton, Carter, Lawr., Chapman, Thos., Goulburn, Edw., Harding, Rob., Nichols, Sir Augustine, Winstanley, Jas. (fl. c. 1662).
-, See also L., Castle, (earls') court, fairs and markets, courts, guild merchant, morningspeech.

Cow Lane, 46, 364.

Cowhay Pasture, 9, 20, 21, 32, 100, 370, 371–2.

Crane Inn, 411.

Craven St., 338.

Crescent, The, 198, 361, 374.

Crescent Cottages, 374.

Crown Hills sch., 336.

Crown St., chap., 393.

Cumberland Row, 356.

Cumberland St., 341.

Curzon St., chap., 393; sch., see L., St. Matthew's sch.

D.

Dale sch., 337.

Dane Hills Home for Incurables, 390, 455.

Danet's (Walsh's) Hall man., in Bromkinsthorpe, 9, 17, 31, 53, 107, 291, 381–2; man. house, 383; see also Danet fam., Noble fam., Watts, Dr. Wm.

Dannett St., sch., see L., St. Paul's par., sch.

Deacon, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 159 365.

Deacon St., sch., see L., St. Andrew's sch.

Dead Lane, see L., Free School Lane.

Deadman's Lane, see L., Great Central St.

De Montfort Square, 223.

De Montfort St., 352, 394.

De Montfort ward, 242 n.

Denman St., chap., 393.

Dent's Meadow, 354, 355.

Devonshire, Ctss. of, Hosp., 350, 410.

Dogkennel Lane, see L., Rutland St.

Doveland Coppes, in Bromkinsthorpe, 452 n.

Dover St., ch., 394; chap., 391.

Drapery, The (Le Draperie), 47, 63, 363.

Drill Hall, 346.

Dudley Ave., sch., see L., Thurnby Lodge sch.

Duns Lane, 387.

Duxbury Rd., sch., 331.

E.

Earl Howe St., see L., Consanguinitarium.

earldom and honour, 1–3, 6, 7, 9, 21, 32, 56, 57, 60, 65, 421, 434, 439 n; bailiff (earl's, king's, queen's), 10, 11, 14, 22, 23, 46, 62, see also L., city and borough, bailiffs; receiver, 11, 62, queen's, 64; steward, 11, 12, 13, 15, 61–62, 70, see also Hastings, Hen., 3rd Earl of Huntingdon.

earls of, 1, 49, 344, 345, 346, 350, 370, 371, 376 n, 379, 381, 415, 428, 434, 439, 447, see also Edm. Crouchback, Montfort, Sim. de (d. 1264), Rob. Blanchesmains, Rob. de Beaumont, Rob. FitzParnell, Rob. le Bossu.

East (Great) Field (Pasture), 9, 31– 32, 53, 99, 100, 272, 350, 354–5, 381; bounds., 354; incl., 165, 197, 355, 357; see also L., Conduit, Middle, Nether, fields, St. Margaret's Pasture.

East Gate, 20, 32, 36, 39, 42, 43, 46, 149, 154, 155, 156, 170, 180, 194, 200, 283, 301, 350, 351, 352, 353, 354, 360 n, 361; township, 10 n.

Eastcourt Rd., sch., see L., Overdale sch.

Ebenezer chap., 392.

Edgehill Rd., chap., 393.

education, 74, 225, 270, 286, 294, 302, 309–38; adult, 392; elementary, 328–31; secondary, 331–5; technical, 313, 334; education rate, 288.
-, Sch. bd., 224, 225–6, 231, 232, 271, 286, 288, 290, 328, 330–1, 333, 335–7, 427, 446, 456, see also Aylestone, sch. bd., Belgrave, sch. bd., L., Humberstone, West, sch. bd., Newfoundpool, sch. bd.; education cttee., 286, 329, 331, 333, 334, 335–7, 394, 414, 438, 442; education dept., 300.
-, Schs., 270, 332–7, 388; non-conformist, 328; R.C., 330, 331; private, 335, see also Knighton, Stoneygate sch.; boarding, 415; day nursery, see Belgrave, Belgrave House; disabled, 331; industrial, see Desford; see also L., Art Secondary sch., College of Art & Technology, Free Grammar sch., Newton, Alderman, sch., Proprietary sch., Wyggeston's Hosp. Boys' sch., Girls' sch.
-, Libraries, 273–4, see also L., Bishop St., City Lending library, Corpus Christi guild, guildhall, library, St. Mary in the Meadows, library; library rate, 295.
-, Museums, 267, 274, 335, 362, 392, see also Belgrave, Belgrave Hall, L., Carey museum, Newarke Houses, museum, Skeffington House.
-, Learned socs., 274; Architectural and Archaeological Soc., 274, 405, library, 362; Literary and Philosophical Soc., 265, 274, 353, 356.
-, See also L., General News Room, Mechanics' Institute, Shakesperean Assoc., University, Working Men's Assoc.

Elbow Lane, 334, 341 n, 343; sch., see L., High Cross sch.; see also L., Bond St., East.

Ellis Ave., sch., 336.

Erskine St., chap., 392.

Essoldo Cinema (Temperance Hall), 272, 352.

Evington Footpath, 352, 370 n, 398.

Evington, North, par., 290 n, 291–2, 297, 434, 436; see also Evington.

Evington Rd., 398.

Evington St., see L., Lawton, Martha Ann, Almshouses.

F.

Faire Bros, works, 353.

Fairfax St., 334, 335.

fairs and markets, 7, 8, 21, 46–49, 56, 92, 115, 179–80, 283–4, 289, 352 n, earl's, 34, 47; courts, 11, 33, 47, 62; cttee., 160; officers, 27–28, 72, 254 n; regulation, see L., trade and ind., regulation; steward of the fair, 28, 47, 72, see also Coleman, Ric., Norris, John (fl. c. 1492); superintendent of the markets, 151; tolls and fines, 11–12, 21–22, 31, 33, 34, 44, 47, 49, 51, 61, 63 n.
-, Market hall, 266, see also L., Drapery, The, Gainsborough, The; Friday market, 46; Saturday market, 46, 86, 180, 364, see also L., Market Place; Wednesday market, 46, 52, 179–80, 283, 338, 361.
-, Bean market, 46; bread market, 44; cattle market, 46, 266, 362, 363, 364, fair, 363; corn market, 46, see also L., Corn Exchange; fish market, see L., Fish Market; grain market, 46; hay market, 283, see also L., Haymarket; horse market, 111, fair, 52, 363; livestock market, 180, 265, 283–4, 290, 375; meat market, 363; pig market, 361, 362, 364, see also L., Bond St., New, High St.; (St. Nicholas') shambles, 44, 46–47, 53, 63, 179, 333, 334, 383, 384, see also L., Applegate St.; sheep market (pens), 46, 63, 364, fair, 362; vegetable market, 353; wool market, 57.

Fieldingford, 45.

Fish Market, 363, 364.

Fleece Inn, see L., Old Robin Hood Inn.

Forest Lodge sch., 336.

Fosbrooke Bakehouse Lane, see L., Bakehouse Lane.

Fosse Rd., 381 n, 449; ch., see L., Holy Apostles; sch., 336.

Fosse Rd. Central, 381 n.

Fosse Rd. North, 455; chap., 393, 453; see also L., St. Theresa's convent.

Fosse Rd. South, 335.

Fosse sch., 336 n, 337.

Foundry Lane, Salvation Army Hall, 394.

Franciscan (Grey) Friary, 154–5, 194, 362, 363, 370; chap., 50.

Freak's Ground, 278, 279, 287, 350, 411, 449–50, 456; bounds., 449; fever hosp., 279, 282, 331, 450; mill, 450.

Free Christian ch., 394; minister, see Macdonald, A. F.

Free Grammar sch., 66, 74, 141, 328, 332–3, 334, 338, 404, 411, 413; cttee., 141; (head)master, 412, see also Andrewes, Davies, Ric., Thomas, Wm., Went; trustees, 332; usher, 407; see also L., Wyggeston's Hosp. Boys' sch.

Free School Lane (Dead Lane, mortua venella), 332, 338, 341, 361, 383; sch., see L., Free Grammar sch.

Freehold Land Soc., 382, 445.

Freemen's Common (Meadow), 260, 373 n.

Friar Lane, 290, 329, 361, 362, 363, 370; chap., see L., General Baptist chap.; sch., see L., St. Martin's par., char. sch.; see also Coltman, John.

Friar Lane (another), 370 n.

Friars Causeway, 338, 383.

Friends' Adult sch., 331.

Frith, The, see L., Leicester Frith.

Frog Island, 196, 338, 341, 348, 396, 407; see also L., North Mill.

Fuller's Lane, see L., Soar Lane.

G.

Gainsborough, The, (Town Hall), 110, 153, 179, 194, 364.

Gallowtree Field, Fields, 100, 370.

Gallowtree(Galtre) Gate, 52, 129, 154, 156 n, 161, 162, 180, 190, 290, 298, 301, 351, 352, 361, 364, 411; chap., 394; sch., 330, see also L., Osborn St., sch.; see also Wilkinson, L., Granby St.

Gallowtree Hill, 6.

Gaol Lane, see L., Causeway Lane.

gaols, borough, 13, 142, 143, 146, 163, 165, 197, 286–7, 338; officers, 62, 254 n; county, 163, 287, 338–41, 370 n, 374; gaol rate, 142, 163; see also L., Castle, Gainsborough, The.

Garden St., 360.

Gas Office, 363.

gates, 9, 31, 51, 74, 128, 153, 194, see also L., East Gate, North Gate, South Gate, West Gate; gatekeepers, 51.

Gateway schs., 334, 335.

General Baptist chap., 178, 390, 391, 433; minister, see Bishop, Deacon, Pike, Wigg; sch., 328.

General Baptist Coll., 352.

General Hosp. (Poor Law Union Institution), 331, 436.

General News Room, 273–4, 290, 352.

George St., chap., 393.

Gervas Rd., sch., see L., Thurnby Lodge sch.

Gillman Rd., sch., see L., New Parks House sch.

Gilroes (Gilwro, Joly Roo, Jelilowe, Jellyrowes) par., 300, 349, 350, 450–1; isolation hosp., 279, 451; pop., 450.

Gipsy Lane, sch., see L., Northfield House sch.

Gladstone St., chap., 393; sch., 336, see also L., St. Luke's par., sch.

Glenfield St., sch., see L., Christ the King sch.

Glenfrith Hosp. (Leicester Frith House), 453, 454.

'Gloversrowe', 47.

Gopsall St., sch., see L., St. Peter's sch.

Gosewellgate, see L., Haymarket.

Gosling Croft (Close), 187 n, 371, 372.

Goswell Gate, see L., Haymarket.

Granby St. (Gallowtree Gate), 260, 274, 290, 324 n, 352, 353, 363, 384 n; chap., 393, 394; see also L., Essoldo Cinema, General News Room, Grand Hotel, Blind, Institute for the, Midland Bank, National Provincial Bank.

Grand Hotel, 352.

Grand Union Canal(Leicester Navigation, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire Union Canal), 195–7, 262, 263, 264, 278, 293, 338, 341, 353, 355, 415, 417; Leicester Navigation Co., 354.

Grange Lane, 380.

Granville Rd., ch., 394.

Great Central St. (Deadmans Lane, Sycamore St.), 338, 383, 384; see also L., Vaughan Coll.

Great Field, see L., East Field.

Great Meeting, 152, 178, 182, 252–3, 393–4; burial ground, 126, 393; domestic mission, 270, 271, 273; minister, see Berry; schs., 328, 329, 332, 334, 393.

Green Lane, sch., 336.

Greencoat sch., see L., Newton, Alderman, sch.

Grey Friars, 362, 363, 413.

Grey Friars (house), 362.

Grove Rd., sch., see L., St. Saviour's par., sch.

Guest House, The, 347 n.

guild merchant (merchant, chapman guild), 12, 14–16, 19, 33–37, 38, 48, 51, 105; guildhall, see L., Mayor's Hall; morningspeech, 15, 20, 24, 25, 35, jurisdiction, 10, 15, see also L., trade and ind., regulation; purse, 15, 48; seal, 16, 20, 457.
-, Officers, 15; aldermen, 15, 24, 27, see also Ruddington, Hen. of; chamberlains, 15, 22, 27, see also L., city and borough, chamberlains; jurats (jurati, council), 15, 24–25, 35, see also L., city and borough, companies, 24 jurats; sergeant, 15.

Guildhall, see L., Castle, Corpus Christi guild, guildhall, Mayor's Hall.

Guildhall Lane (Holy Rood, Holyrood Lane, Kirkgate, Kirk Lane, St., St. Martin's Ch. Lane, Town Hall Lane), 43, 156 n, 361; see also L., Blue Boar Lane.

Gwendoline Rd., sch., see L., Crown Hills sch.

H.

Haddenham Rd., schs., see L., Manor House sch., St. Mary's Fields sch.

Halford St., 353; Salvation Army Hall, 394.

Hall, Rob., Memorial chap., 392; sch., 337.

Hallam, Alderman R., sch., 335.

Hamelin Rd., sch., see L., Wycliffe sch.

Hangman Lane, 372; chap., 393 n.

Harvey Lane, 361, 383; chap., 178, 391, minister, see Mursell; Memorial Hall, 391.

Hastings St., 374 n.

Hattern Ave., sch., see L., Woodstock sch.

Hawthorne St., 292.

Haymarket (Goswell Gate, Gosewellgate), 156 n, 351.

Hazel St., sch., 336.

Headland Rd., sch., see L., Linden sch.

Hermitage, The, 377.

Hermitage Field, 100.

High (Market) Cross, 41, 42, 46, 52– 53, 110, 123, 128, 153, 154, 155, 156 n, 162, 361, 395.

High Cross (Elbow Lane) sch., 331, 334, 336.

High Cross St. (High St., magnus vicus, alta strata), 155, 163, 179, 180, 283, 333, 334, 338–41, 342, 361, 369, 370, 384, 393, 405, 408; see also L., Bent's Hosp., St. John, &c., Hosp., Shire Hall.

High St. (Swinesmarket), 40, 41, 43, 46, 52, 95, 155, 180, 262, 283, 290, 301, 338, 351, 361, 362, 364, 365, 369, 383, 395, 398, 407; ward, 54; see also L., High Cross St., Southgate St.

Highfield St., 360; see also L., Whetstone's Mill.

Highfields, 260; chap., 393.

Hill St., 333; sch., 336.

Hill St., Lower, chap., 393.

Hillcrest Hosp. (workhouse), 257 n, 356.

Hinckley Rd., 383 n, 428, 431; chap., 393; see also Hinckley, road from Leicester to.

Holme's Mill, 398.

Holy Apostles ch., 377.

Holy Bones, 384, 385 n; sch., see L., County sch.

Holy Cross priory, 389–90, 420; schs., 337, 390.

Holy Rood Lane, see L., Guildhall Lane.

Holy Trinity guild, 51.

Holy Trinity par., 377; ch., 377; sch., 337.

Holyrood Lane, see L., Guildhall Lane.

Horse Fair Lane, see L., Millstone Lane.

Horsefair (Horse Fair) Gardens, 195, 198, 363.

Horsefair Leys, 195.

Horsefair St., 180, 283, 290, 351, 352, 361, 363, 364; theatre, see L., Theatre Royal; see also L., Allied Assurance building, National Provincial Bank, Royal Hotel.

Horsepool, 162.

Hotegate, le, see L., St. Nicholas St.

Hotel St., 362, 364; theatre, 272; see also L., County Rooms.

Hotgate, see L., St. Nicholas St.

Humberstone Gate, 16, 48, 129, 154, 180, 190, 195, 197, 200 n, 261, 283, 291, 301, 333, 334, 351, 355, 356, 400; theatre, see L., Amphitheatre; see also L., St. Mary de Castro par., workhouse, Spa Place.

Humberstone Rd., 261, 263, 272, 286, 291, 354; chs., see L., St. Luke's, Union; chap., 392, 393.

Humberstone, West, par. (ward), 242 n, 291, 297, 426, 439; rly. stn., 291; sch. bd., 336 n, 337 n, 442; see also Humberstone.

I.

Imperial Ave., sch., 336.

Infants' Sch. Soc., 330.

Infirmary Rd., 372.

Infirmary Square, 393.

Ingle St., sch., 336, 456.

Ironmongerowe (Iremongerowe), 47.

Ivanhoe St., 292.

J.

Janus's Temple, see L., Jewry Wall.

Jarron St., ch., see L., St. Andrew's.

Jelilowe, Jellyrowes, see L., Gilroes.

Jester House, 384.

Jewry Wall (Janus's Temple, Jury Wall), 153, 384, 385, 386.

Jewry Wall St., 384, 387.

Joly Roo, see L., Gilroes.

Jury Wall, see L., Jewry Wall.

K.

Kent St., Upper, 356.

Kephovenlane, see L., Bakehouse Lane.

Kildare St., Salvation Army Hall, 394.

King, John and Rob., schs., 328.

King St., 374 n; see also L., Crescent, The, Crescent Cottages.

King Richard sch., 337.

King Richard's Rd. (Watts Causeway), 327, 381 n, 383 n, 390; chap., 392; sch., 337.

Kirk Lane, St., Kirkgate, see L., Guildhall Lane.

Knighton Drive, see L., Barlow, Sarah, Almshouses.

Knighton Hill, 397; see also L., Leicestershire & Rutland Asylum.

Knighton St., 372.

Knighton St. Martin's ward, 242 n; see also Knighton.

L.

Lachepol, see L., Lethpol.

Lammas Ground, see L., Abbey Park.

Lancaster Rd. (Cavalry St.), 374 n.

Lancaster sch., 337.

Latimer ward, 242 n.

Lawton, Martha Ann, Almshouses, 409.

Laxton St., sch., see L., St. Andrew's sch.

Leamington St., 383 n, 390.

leather crafts and industry, 37, 41–42, 54, 76, 78, 83–86, 158; cobblers, 47, 84, see also Bailey, —, Brown, Edw.; cordwainers, 37 n, 158, cordwainers' and shoemakers' co., 83–84, 166; curriers, 77, 84–85.
-, Footwear ind., 104, 195, 199, 242, 259, 260, 262, 269, 270, 276, 293, 294, 296, 297, 300, 301, 302, 314–26, 327; Manufacturers' Assoc., 315 n, 322, 325, 326; bd. of arbitration, 321, 323, 324, 325; Boot and Shoe Union, 244, see also Amalgamated Soc. of Boot and Shoe Makers, National Union of Boot & Shoe Operatives; manufacturers, see Biggs, John & Sons, Pool & Lorimer, L., Co-operative Wholesale Soc.; machinery makers, 320.
-, Glovers, 79, 86, 167, 179, see also Bassford, Brisbone, Gracedieu, Bart., Hall, John (d. 1584), Lincoln, Penny, John (d. c. 1496), Racy, Trigg, see also L., 'Gloversrowe', glovers' and fellmongers' co., 166 n, 181; leather dresser, see Hilton, T.; leather seller, see Bassford; parchment makers, 364, see also Abell fam., Robinson, Chas., L., Bond St., New; saddlers, 45, 85, see also Fawcett, Gil., Grendon, Seburgh, Seler.
-, Shoemakers, 37, 41, 47, 83–84, 314, 318, see also Churchman, Webster, Thos., journeymen shoemakers' co., 83; skinners, 41, see also Asty; tanners (barkers), 41, 84–85, 86, 315, 341, see also Blackshawe, Brewin, Rob. (fl. c. 1800), Norris, John (fl. c. 1492), Pippin, tanners co., 100; whittawers, 85–86, see also Springthorpe, Ric.; see also L., Leather Hall.

Leather Hall, 84.

Lee St., car park, 356.

Leicester Abbey par., 287, 349, 447, 449, 451–3, 456; non-conf., 453; pop., 452–3.

Leicester Abbey park, see L., Abbey Park.

Leicester & Swannington Rly., 199, 293, 387–8, 449.

Leicester forest, 9, 12, 58, 64–65, 100, 348, 412, 430, 447; bounds., 430 n; incl., 108–9, 382, 431, 447; see also Braunstone par., King's Wood, Hereswode, L., Beaumont Leys, Braunstone Frith, Freak's Ground, Gilroes, Leicester Frith, New Parks.

Leicester Frith (Sherman's Lodge, Grounds, Markham's Close), 74, 300, 350, 453–4; bounds., 453; inc., 74.

Leicester Frith House, see L., Glenfrith hosp.

Leicester Navigation, see L., Grand Union Canal.

Leicestershire & Rutland Asylum, 149, 279, 374, 375.

Leicestershire Club, 353.

Leroes, 354.

Lethpol (Lachepol), 357.

Lewis Almshouses, 369.

Liberal Club, 352.

Linden sch., 336.

Linwood sch., 337.

Littleton St., 349.

London Rd., 154, 194, 195, 198, 260, 261, 286, 291, 352, 355, 356, 392, 398; ch., see L., St. James the Greater; chap., 394, minister, see McAll, see also L., St. Paul's chap.; rly. stn., 393, 394, 398; see also London and Westminster, road from Leicester to.

Lord's Place, 56, 290, 361.

Loseby Lane, 46, 156 n, 180, 362, 363, 364, 412; see also Dilkes, Jackson, Wm.

M.

Magazine Gate, 346.

magnus vicus, see L., High Cross St.

Manor House sch., 331.

Mantle Rd., sch., see L., Fosse sch.

Marclose, The, 453.

Market Cross, see L., High Cross.

Market (Saturday market) Place, 37 n, 44, 46–47, 52, 81, 153, 154, 156 n, 162, 164, 179, 180, 194, 207, 213, 222, 264, 265, 283, 290, 354, 362, 363–4, 380, 395, 396, 413; see also Bown, L., Angel Gateway, Conduit, The.

Markham's Close, see L., Leicester Frith.

Marriott Rd., sch., 337.

Marston's Mill, 398.

Martyrs, ch. of the, 377.

Marymeadow, see L., Oxhay.

Mason, Miss, Almshouses, 410.

Mayor's Hall (Guildhall, Old Shop), 16, 20, 29, 35, 70, 384.

Mayor's Hall Lane, see L., Blue Boar Lane.

Meadow Gardens, sch., see L., Linwood sch.

Mechanics' Institute, 274, 353.

Medway St., sch., 337.

Melbourne Hall ch., 392; minister, see Meyer; schs., 392.

Melbourne Rd., ch., see L., St. Hilda's; chap., see L., Highfields, St. Paul's; sch., see L., Dale sch.

Melton St., chap., 392.

Memorial Hall Baptist chap., 391.

Mere Rd., 351, 434; ch., see L., Sacred Heart R.C. ch.; chap., see L., Wesley Hall; sch., see L., Sacred Heart R.C. sch.; see also L., St. Joseph of Peace convent.

metal working crafts and industry, 37, 76, 78, 97–98, 99, 104, 158, 185–6, 302; arms makers, 76, 78; bellfounders, 87, 97–98, see also Arnold, Edw., Newcombe, Edw., Rob., Thos.; braziers, 97, 186; clockmaker, see Wilkins; coppersmiths, 97; cutlers, 97, 99, see also Ball, Wm.
-, Engineering industry, 186, 199, 243, 259, 260, 293, 296, 297, 300, 301, 302; framesmiths, 186, 306; furbishers, 99; goldsmiths, 45, 97, 186, see also Turville; gunsmiths, 97, 99, 186; iron founding, 259; ironmongers, 37 n, 47, 81–82, 90, 97, 106, see also Byllyng, Heyrick, Rob., Overinge; ironworkers, 157 n.
-, Locksmiths, 97; needle-makers, 186; pewterers, 97, 186, see also Launder, Anne, John, Savage; ploughwright, see L., agriculture, &c.; sinker-makers, 186; smiths, 97, 157 n, 158, 186, see also Chettleton, Thos., Nutt, Jas. (d. 1663), Peel, Hen. (d. 1639), Timson, Thos., Vincent, Warner, Rog., smiths' and cutlers' co., 166 n, 186; tinplate workers, 186; watchmaker, see Green, Geo.

Metcalfe St., chap., 392; sch., 337, 392.

Middle Field, 100, 354, 370.

Midland Bank, 352, 353.

Midland Counties Fire Office, fire brigade, 255.

Mill Hill Lane, 398.

Mill Lane, 346, 374 n, 396; bridge, 277.

mills, 63, 94 n, 395–8; bark, 84; fulling, 38, 87; horse, 43, 395, 398; water, 32, 43; wind, 32, 43, 395, 397–8; see also L., Abbey Mill, Bromkinsthorpe, mill, Freak's Ground, mill, Newarke Mill, North Mill, St. Margaret's par., windmill, St. Mary's Mill, South Fields, windmills; millers, see L., victualling trades.

Millstone (Horse Fair) Lane, 187, 351, 361, 363, 370 n, 371, 372, 393; chap., 178, 392; see also L., Gas Office, Lewis Almshouses.

Milton St., sch., 331, 337.

miscellaneous trades and professions; apothecaries, 99, 157, see also Callis; barbers, 99; (barber) surgeons, 99, see also Pollard, —; bookbinder, see Cooper, Godfrey; booksellers, 82, see also Combe, Emery, Hartshorn, Thos. (fl. c. 1705), Philips, Ric.; chandlers, 92, 98, 105; chapmen, 82, 95, see also Wright, Dan., L., guild merchant; coal merchant, see Ellis, John; coalmongers, 96; doctor, see Spero; fletchers, 99; furnishing, 76, 78; lawyers, 99, 260; leech (medicus), 34; physicians, 99; printer, see Cockspur; printer and engraver, see Cockshaw, Typographical Soc., 234: regraters, 33, 44, 49; scriveners, 99; retail trades, 76, 78; solicitor, see Burbidge, Thos., Harris, Jos. (fl. c. 1846), Stone, Sam., Toller, Geo.; spitelmen, 34; stationers, 82; surveyor, see Rolleston; tallowchandlers, 98–99, 158, 179 n, 184, see also Woodland, Thos. (2), guild, 36, co., see L., building, &c., slaters; tobacco curing, 95; upholsterers, 99, see also Trickton, Eliz.; watermen (lochelmen, burnmen), 52, 96, guild, 35; wholesale trade, 76, 78.

Moat Rd., sch., 337.

Monsell, Eyres, sch., 337.

Montrose sch., 337.

Morehead, 395.

mortua venella, see L., Free School Lane.

Mount Pleasant Mill, 398.

Mowmacre Hill, 214.

N.

Narborough Rd., 381 n, 383, 398, 428; ch., see L., Martyrs, ch. of the; chap., 394; sch., see L., Hall, Rob., sch., St. Mary's Fields sch.; see also Fosse Way.

National Provincial Bank, 352, 363.

Navigation St., chap., 392.

Nether Field, 100, 354; see also L., Cossington St., recreation ground.

New Hall, see L., City Lending Library.

New Parks, 300, 454–5, 456; housing estate, 297, 298, 454, sch., 331 n; park, 455; pop., 455.

New Parks (Braunstone Frith) sch., 337.

New Parks House sch., 337, 454.

New St., 155, 194, 254 n, 260, 362, 363, 365.

New Walk, 194–5, 197, 198, 200, 260, 262, 335, 351, 370 n, 372, 373–4, 377, 389, 394; baths, 269; chaps., see L., Memorial Hall, Sunday sch. Memorial Hall; sch., see L., Holy Cross schs., Proprietary sch.

Newarke, The, lib., 17, 57, 59, 68, 78, 107, 130, 153, 156, 159, 182, 188, 191, 257, 262, 272, 277, 293, 329, 344, 345, 346–7, 376, 377, 390, 392 n; asylum, 347; bounds., 346; chars., 347; magazine, 67, see also L., Magazine Gate; museum, see L., Newarke Houses, museum; overseers of poor, 189; St. Mary's vicarage, 333; see also Carter, Lawr., Hawes, John, Sutton, Edm.

Newarke, Coll. and Hosp. of St. Mary of the, 5, 6, 16, 17, 50, 57, 63, 64, 346–7, 370 n, 371, 372, 395, 396, 400, 406; canons, 17, 45, 346, 347, 397, 399, 448, see also Wigston, Thos. (d. 1536); chap., 50; chant., 398; dean, 17, 45, 74, 346, 347, 397, 399, 448; master, see Fowkes; receiver, 63; see also L., Guest House, Newarke Houses, museum, Trinity Hosp.

Newarke Girls' sch., 334–5.

Newarke Grange, 56, 63–64, 74, 106– 7, 108, 165, 197, 371, 396, 431, 448– 9; see also L., Close Meadow, Gosling Croft, Oxhay.

Newarke Houses, 346; museum, 347 n, 361.

Newarke (Swan's) Mill, 63, 64, 94, 395, 396, 397; shop, 396.

Newarke sch., see L., City Boys' sch.

Newarke St., 300, 335, 351, 372 n; chap., 392, see also L., Christian chap.; sch., 330.

Newby St., 394.

Newfoundpool, 287, 290 n, 292, 422 n, 455–6; bounds., 455; hydropathic institute, 455–6; pop., 456; sch. bd., 336 n, 456.

Newport St., 292.

Newry sch., 337.

newspapers, 189–91, 243–4, 272–3, 294–5, 315; Advertiser, 273, 295, proprietor, see Cox, Wm. (fl. c. 1870); Anti-Gallican, 190; Daily Mercury, 294; Illustrated Leicester Chronicle, 295; Leicester Chronicle, 144, 148, 149, 189, 190, 202, 205, 208, 211, 215, 216, 218, 219, 220, 221, 223, 273, proprietor, see Thompson, Jas., Thos. (fl. c. 1813– 64); Leicester Daily Post, 243, 294, editor, see Wood, Jos.; Leicester Evening Mail, 295; Leicester Evening Mercury, 295; Leicester Evening News, 295, editor, see Searson; Leicester Guardian, 273, 295, proprietor, see Cox, Wm. (fl. c. 1870); Leicester Herald and General Advertiser, 144, 147, 189, 190, 273; Leicester (and Nottingham) Journal, 128, 134, 139, 140, 141, 144, 147, 149, 151, 189–90, 217, 273, 295, 328, 329, 372, editor, see Gregory, John (2), Price, John; Leicester Pioneer, 237; Leicester Sporting News, 295; Leicester Times, 295; Leicestershire Chronicle and Leicester Mercury, 273, 295, proprietor, see Hewitt, F., & Son, Thompson, Jas.; Leicestershire Herald and General Advertiser, 190–1; Leicestershire Mercury, 208, 209, 218 n, 223, 273, proprietor, see Cockspur; Midland Free Press, 295, proprietor, see Windley; Saturday Herald, 295; South Midland Free Press, 273, editor, see Emery.

Newton, Alderman Gabriel's, (Greencoat) schs., 149, 150, 333–4, 362, 405, 414; cttee., 333; headmaster, see Muston.

Newton ward, 242 n.

Noble, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 158 n, 159.

Noble St., R.C. mission, 390.

Norfolk St., 381 n.

North, Sir J., sch., 337.

North Bridge, 41, 42, 154, 156 n, 195, 196, 341, 348, 349, 396.

North Gate, 38, 41, 42, 43, 53, 154, 155, 156 n, 162, 293, 341, 348, 369; township, 10 n.

North Mill, Mills, 43, 45, 63, 155, 351, 396–7.

Northampton St., 355, 356.

Northfield House sch., 336.

Northgate St., 156 n, 159, 172, 195, 262, 338, 341, 348, 351, 360, 407; chap., 392; factory, 341; see also Brewin, Rob. (fl. c. 1800–52), Whetstone, Jos.

Nurse's mill, 397.

O.

Oban St., 292.

Occupation Rd., see L., St. Peter's Rd., Sparkenhoe St.

Old Robin Hood (Fleece) Inn, 350.

Old Shop, see L., Mayor's Hall.

Opera House, 272, 362.

Osborn St., sch., 330.

Overdale sch., 336.

Overinge, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 158, 159, 365.

Oxford St. (Peatling Gate, Way, South Gate), 346, 351, 370 n, 371, 372, 374 n; chap., 394; sch., 337, see also L., Paradise Place, sch.; see also Welford, road from Leicester to.

Oxhay (Marymeadow), 32, 370, 371, 397.

P.

Pack Horse Inn, 409.

Palmer, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 158 n, 159.

Paradise Place, sch., 337.

Parchment St., Lane, Parcheminergate, see L., Bond St., New.

parks and recreation grounds, 266, 271–2, 293, 294, 354, see also Braunstone, Braunstone Park, Evington, Evington Park, Spinney Hill Park, L., Abbey, Cossington St., New Parks, recreations and amusements, South Fields, Victoria, Welford Rd., Western.

Parliament and politics, 6 n, 18–19, 28, 49, 60, 67, 69, 110–52, 201–50, 393; franchise and electorate, 29– 30, 116–17, 118, 147, 201, 208, 221, 224, 242–3, 246, 251, see also L., city and borough, burgage tenure, &c.; outvoters, 127, 134, 139, 141, 143–6, 148, 149, 201; parliamentary borough bounds., 229 n, 242; Corporation Act Commissioners, 110–11; Reform Act Commissioners, 142, 148–50, 198–9, 202, 203.
-, M.P.s, 71, 176, see also Abney, Sir Edw., Ashby, Babington, Thos. (2), Beaumont, Sir Geo., Sir Hen., Belgrave, Geo. (fl. c. 1601), Biggs, John, Broadhurst, Carter, Lawr., Cave, Rob. Otway, Coke, Thos., Coote, Curtis, Pet., Darker, John (d. 1784), Easthope, Ellis, John, Wynn, Evans, Wm., Gardner, Gladstone, Thos., Goulburn, Edw., Grey, John, Grey of Groby, Booth, Sir John, Harris, John, Ric., Hartopp, Sir John, Sir Wm., Hastings, Sir Chas. Abney, Hazell, Hazlerigg, Sir Art. (fl. c. 1654–60), Hewart, Gordon, Keck, Leverich, MacDonald, J. Ramsay, Macnamara, Mansfield, John (d. 1839), May, Noble, Thos., Palmer, Archdale, Pares, Thos. (fl. c. 1800–35), Picton, Pretyman, Roberts, John, Ruddington, Wm. of, Rolleston, Skrymsher, Smith, Chas. Loraine, Sam., Taylor, P. A., Temple, Pet., Thomasson, Villiers, Sir Wm., Walcote, Walmsley, Whitehead, Sir Jas., Wigley, Jas., Winstanley, Jas. (d. 1718), Wright, Geo.
-, Constituencies, 242, 249; East, 242 n, M.P., see Banton, Donovan, Evans, Capt. H. A., Hewart, Gordon, Loder, Lyons, Wise; NorthEast, 249, M.P., see Donovan, Ungoed-Thomas; North-West, 249, M.P., see Janner; South, 242 n, M.P., see Allen, R. Wilberforce, Blane, Bowden, Reynolds, W. G. Waterhouse, Waterhouse; SouthEast, 249, M.P., see Waterhouse; South-West, 249, M.P., see Bowden; West, 242 n, M.P., see Green, J. F., Hill, Alf., Janner, Lawrence, Pethick, Nicolson, Sir Harold, Pickering.
-, Political assocs., 137, 201–2, 209, 224–5, 231–5; ward assocs., 204, 206, 224–5; Adelphi Club, 137; Anarchist Soc., 232; Anti-Corn Law Assocs., 206, 207; Anti-Corn Law League, 213, 214; Anti-Poor Law Assoc., 211; Citizens' League, 237; Complete Suffrage Assoc., 208, 213, 214, 215, Union, 208; Conservative Assoc., 225, Clubs, 149, 225, Operatives' Socs., 202, 205, Registration Soc., 202, 225, Socs., 147, 202, 206, 222, 225, Working Men's Assoc., 225, 226–7, 228; Constitutional Soc., 137; Fabian Soc., 231, 232; Fascist Union, 248; Friends to peace, 138; Hampden Club, 137; Labour Assoc., 232, Club, 232, 234, Party (Representation Cttee.), 234–6, 238, 239, 241, 242, 244–5, Party, Independent, 235–7, 248; Liberal Assoc., 225, 229, 231, Club, 224–5, Free, 243, Registration Socs., 222, 224–5, Unionist Assoc., 230, Young Liberals, 243; Liberation Soc. (British Anti-State Ch. Assoc.), 208, 226, 237, 249; Municipal Registration Soc., 206; Parliamentary Reform Assoc., 223; Primrose League, 225; Reform Soc. (Political Union), 147, 202, 204, 206, 220; Republican (Democratic) Assoc., 224; Revolution Club, 137, Soc., 137; Social Democratic Federation, 232, 238, 242; Socialist party, 241, Christian Socialists, 232, 238; Working Men's Anti-Corn Law Assoc., 211, 213.

Parochial Union sch., 330.

Peacock, The, 362.

Peacock (St. Francis) Lane, 338, 362, 405, see also Crick, Thos.

Peas Field, 100.

Peatling Gate, Way, see L., Oxford St.

Peel St., chap., 393.

Phoenix Fire Office, 164.

Pindar Rd., sch., see L., New Parks House sch.

Pinders Close, 452.

Pingle, The, 262, 341.

Pingle St., 338, 341.

Plowman Lane, 351.

Pocklington's Walk, 363.

Pool Road, 456.

Poor Law Union Institution, see L., General Hosp.

poor relief, 64, 73, 74–75, 88, 128–9, 164, 174–5, 177, 187–9, 209–10, 211, 213, 217, 256–9, 269, 288, 321; rates, 188, 257, 288, 394; unions, 165, 187, 256–7, 344, 347, 387 n.
-, Board of guardians, 226, 232, 256–9, 281, 286, 288, 300, 357, auditor, 258, clerk, see Burbidge, Jos.; overseers of poor, 73, 174, 187, 188, 257; public assistance cttee., 300; relieving officers, 258.
-, Poor law office, 243; poor law institution, see L., General Hosp.; bridewell or house of correction, 74–75, 143, 163 n, 338, 341; poor sch., 128; workhouses, 129, 175, 187, 257, 258, 356, see also L., Hillcrest Hosp.
-, See also L., 'charities.

population, 76, 155, 156–8, 191–4, 224 n, 259–60, 269, 270, 271, 275– 6, 287, 292, 296, 297 n, 298 n, 300; migrants, 192–3, 263, 276.

Prebend St., 355; chap., 394.

Princess St., 374 n.

Provost's House, 366.

Proprietary sch., 267, 335.

public health, 99, 256, 267, 279–83, 290, 294; infectious diseases, 191, 239, 279–83, Anti-Vaccination League, 280, Leicester method, 282; general district rate, 267, 288.
-, Board of health, 253, 267, 268, 269, 344, 357, clerk, see Stone, Sam.; health cttee., 436; asylum cttee., 374; medical officer of health, 267, 279, 280, 289; vaccination officer, 281.
-, Hospitals, 302, see also L., Freak's Ground, fever hosp., General Hosp., Gilroes, isolation Hosp., Glenfrith Hosp., Hillcrest Hosp., Newarke, The, Asylum, Royal Infirmary, St. Margaret's par., lazar-house, St. Mary in the Meadows, infirmary, St. Nicholas' par., pest-house; lunatic asylum, 372, see also Humberstone, Towers Hosp., L., Leicestershire & Rutland Asylum.
-, Sanitation and scavenging, 51– 52, 73, 128, 142, 162, 256, 263, 264, 265–7, 267–8, 269, 272, 273, 276, 278–9, 282, 299, 344, 383; sanitary cttee., 267; baths, 266, 269, see also L., Bath Lane, baths; sewage works, 268, 278, 279, see also L., Beaumont Leys, sewage farm; refuse destructor, 354, 396, dump, 345; inspector of nuisances, 267; sanitary inspectors, 289–90.
-, See also L., Blind, Institute for the, Newfoundpool.

public utilities and services, 51–52, 128–9, 284–6; cemeteries, 266–7, 375, 397, 450–1; electricity stns., 260, 354, see also L., Aylestone Rd.; fire cttee., 164, prevention, 73–74, 95, 163–4, 286, brigades, 255, 286, 290, stn., 375; gas cttee., 285, works, see L., Aylestone Rd., Belgrave Gate, gas and electricity cos., 142, 162, 285, 302; post office, 266.
-, Watch and ward, 73, 142, 162–3; constables, 163; police, 210, 255, 270, 294, H.Q., 300, 362, volunteer, 205, 213, 217; thirdboroughs, 73, 160; ward constables, 27, 28, 73, 160, 162–3; watchmen, 73, 163.
-, Water supply, 52, 73, 107, 128, 153, 164, 165, 264, 266, 267, 268, 284–5, 395, see also L., Conduit, The; pumping stn., 452; reservoir, 268, see also Thornton; water and sewerage co., 266; waterworks, 119 n, 164; waterworks co., 268, 284.
-, Weights and measures, 74, 129.

public works; flood prevention and drainage, 155, 263–4, 265, 277, 278 n, 375, 382, 395, 397.
-, Housing, 297–8, 301–2, 361, 450, estates, see Braunstone, Braunstone housing estate, Evington, Coleman Rd. Estate, L., Braunstone Frith, New Parks, Stocking Farm housing estates; slum clearance, 298, 301, 356, 410, 450; building controls, 198, 260, 291.
-, Street repairs and improvements, 28, 51, 73, 142–3, 160–2, 164, 165, 255–6, 264–5, 267, 269, 283, 285, 298–9, 301, 332 n, 352, 361, 387, 408, 424; surveyors, overseers, 73, 267; highway rates, 264, 267, 344.
-, Walls and ditches, repairs, 23, 51, 154.

Q.

Queen St., 355, 356.

Queen's Head p. h., 391.

R.

Rawdykes (Raw Dykes, Raw Dyke Field), 100, 370, 397, 416.

recreations and amusements, 271–2; bowling green, 194, 195, 198, 272, see also L., Vauxhall, New; cricket ground, see Aylestone, Grace Rd., L., Wharf St.; golf course, see Oadby, L., Braunstone Frith; horse-racing, 255, 351, 354, see also L., Victoria Park; theatres, 272, see also L., Amphitheatre, Hotel St., Opera House, Theatre Royal; working men's club, 271; see also L., Horsefair Gardens, parks and recreation grounds, Vauxhall Gardens.

Red Lion Inn, 153.

Redcross St., 156 n, 361, 362, 369.

Regent Rd., 374 n; sch., see L., Holy Trinity par., sch.

Regent St., 198, 333.

religious life, 49–51, 59, 74, 270–1, 389–94; chs., 2, 49–50, 270–1, 274; chaps., 270–1; church rates, 202, 207–8, 211, 213, 214, 256, 365, 394; guilds, 50–51, see also L., Corpus Christi guild, St. George's guild, St. Margaret and St. Katherine guild, St. Michael's guild, Virgin, guild of the Assumption of; Lollardy, 359; Puritanism, 75, 108, 110–11.
-, Non-conformity, 112, 137–8, 147, 149, 151, 159–60, 178, 191, 201, 204, 205, 210, 213, 215, 220, 221, 225–6, 231, 237, 239, 240, 248, 251, 266–7, 270–1, 390–4, see also above, church rates; Anabaptists, 390, 427; Baptists, 207, 391–2; Christian Scientists, 394; Congregationalists, 207, 390, 393, 394; Methodists, 392–3, 427, Primitive, 391; Independents, 391; Presbyterians (Unitarians), 207, 393–4; Presbyterian Ch. of England, 394; Quakers, 118, 390, 392, 394; Rechabites, 391; Salvation Army, 394; Voluntary Ch. Soc., 207–8.
-, Roman Catholicism, 59, 143–5, 146, 227, 270, 389–90.

religious orders and houses, 56, 154; Augustinian friars, 387, see also L., White Friars; Dominican friars, 372 n, 389, 427, see also L., Black Friars, Dane Hills Home; Dominican nuns, 390; Franciscan Friars, see L., Franciscan Friary.
-, Colls., 63, see also L., St. Mary de Castro par., ch.; hosps., 50 n, see also L., St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist Hosp., St. Mary Magdalen and St. Margaret Hosp.; see also L., Holy Cross priory, Newarke Coll., St. Joseph of Peace convent, St. Mary in the Meadows abbey, St. Theresa's convent.

Richard III's bridge, see L., Bow Bridge.

Rolleston St., chap., 393.

Ross Walk, 453 n.

Round Hill, Roundel, see L., Berehill.

Rowan St., 292.

Royal Hotel, 363.

Royal Infirmary, 128, 151, 194, 255, 331, 371 n, 372–3, 377, 454.

Ruby St., 292.

Rupert's Tower, 346.

Rushey Mead sch., 336.

Rutland St. (Dogkennel Lane), 327, 355; fire stn., 290; see also L., Faire Bros. works.

S.

Sacred Heart R.C. ch., 390; sch., 337, 390.

Saffron Lane, 273, 374; estate, 297; sch., see L., Newry sch.

St. Aidan's ch., in New Parks, 455.

St. Alban's ch., 360.

St. Andrew's par., 377; ch., 377.

St. Andrew's sch., in Deacon St., 336.

St. Andrew's sch., in Laxton St., 337.

St. Anne's par., 377, 455; ch., 377.

St. Augustine's ch., see L., St. Nicholas ch.

St. Augustine's par., in Newfoundpool, 453, 455, 456; ch., 456.

St. Barnabas sch., 337.

St. Clement's Lane, 388.

St. Clement's par., 388–9; ch., 50, 343; vicar, 388.

St. Columba's chap., 384–5.

St. Cross ch., see L., St. Martin's par., Cathedral.

St. Cross guild, 51.

St. Francis Lane, see L., Peacock Lane.

St. George's guild, 51, 367, 368; guildhall, 367.

St. George's par., 359, 360; ch., 355, 357, 359, organist, 149; sch., 336.

St. Hilda's ch., 360.

St. James' chap., see L., St. Sepulchre's chap.

St. James the Greater par., 360; ch., 360.

St. John the Baptist chap., 50, 342, 359.

St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist Hosp., 42, 51, 63, 152, 338, 341, 343, 351, 357, 359, 408, 410, 411, 412, 413; chap., 50; chaplain, 25; guild, 51, 342, 359; master, 342.

St. John the Divine par., 359–60; ch., 359–60, 409; sch., 335.

St. John's Lane, see L., Causeway Lane.

St. John's stone, 451.

St. Joseph of Peace convent, 390.

St. Leonard's Hosp., 63, 350, 388.

St. Leonard's Mill, 396.

St. Leonard's par., lib., 8 n, 16, 17, 32, 35, 54, 57, 58, 187, 188, 191, 256, 348–50, 354, 391; ch., 50, 75, 348– 9; ch. yard, 349, 350; chars., 349– 50, 412, 413; non-conf., 391–2; pop., 348; sch., 335, 349; vicar, 348–9, see also Barton, Birmingham; workhouse, 188.

St. Luke's par., 360; ch., 360; sch., 336.

St. Margaret and St. Katherine guild, 51, 63, 358; chaplain, 358; guildhall, 358.

St. Margaret's par., 8, 17, 54, 57 n, 129, 143, 161, 162, 165, 175, 186, 187, 189, 191 n, 192, 194, 197, 200, 256, 261–2, 263, 264, 272, 280, 294, 298, 301, 329, 350–61, 365, 374, 381, 390, 392, 409 n, 412, 445, 450; admin., 356–7; bounds., 351; ch., 16, 50, 51, 155, 156 n, 159, 350, 351, 355, 357–9, 392; ch. wardens, 355; ch. yard, 52; chapelry, see Knighton; chars., 355, 357, 360–1, 411, 412, 413; char. sch., 328, 329, 355; curate (clerk), 411, see also Davies, Ric.; econ. hist., 354–6, 428; guild, see L., St. Margaret and St. Katherine guild; lazarhouse, 408; man., see L., Bishop's Fee; non-conf., 390, 392; officers, 161; overseers, 189, 355, 357, see also Davis, —; pop., 355, 356; surveyor of highways, 264; (select) vestry, 129, 147, 189, 256, 272, 273, 355, 357, 360; vestry hall, 356, 360; vicar, 349, 357, 360, 411, 445, see also Lound; windmill, 398; workhouse, 187–8, 356, 357.

St. Margaret's Par. Piece, 355, 361; see also L., Cossington St., recreation ground.

St. Margaret's Pasture (Field, Fields), 16, 164, 197, 351, 354, 355.

St. Margaret's sch., in Canning Place, 336.

St. Margaret's sch., in Churchgate, 331, 336.

St. Margaret's ward, 242 n; East, 151.

St. Mark's par., 360; ch., 359; sch., 336; vicar, see Donaldson.

St. Mark's sch., in Caroline Place, 336.

St. Martin's, 334, 362, 365; see also L., Trustee Savings Bank.

St. Martin's Church Lane, see L., Guildhall Lane.

St. Martin's East, see L., Provost's House.

St. Martin's par., 73, 143, 162, 187, 188–9, 192, 207, 218, 256, 361–9, 383, 390, 391, 393, 394, 398, 399; admin., 365; bounds., 361; Cathedral (formerly ch., St. Cross ch.), 50, 51, 52, 53, 65, 73, 153, 155, 159– 60, 328, 342, 365–6, 401, 405, architect, see Moore, Temple, Nicolson, Sir Chas., see also L., Corpus Christi guild, guildhall, library; ch. wardens, 367, 413; ch. yard, 369, 405; chars., 368–9, 411, 412, 413, 414; char. (Bluecoat) sch., 329, 336; curate, 385; econ. hist., 364–5; girls' sch., 328; guilds, 366–7; non-conf., 391, 394; overseers, 189; pop., 364–5; vestry, 129, 143, 189, 256; vicar and provost, 349, 365, 366, 385, 390, 399, 400, 412, 413, see also Carte, Lubbenham, Nic., Newton, John, Vaughan, Canon E. T.; workhouse, 187–8, master, see Heighton.

St. Martin's sch., in Union St., 337.

St. Martin's ward, 330.

St. Martin's well, 52 n.

St. Martin's West, 361, 362, 405; see also L., Wyggeston's Hosp.

St. Mary de Castro par., 8, 17, 54, 57, 58, 104, 130, 143, 156 n, 161, 162, 181, 187, 188, 192, 199, 256, 262, 347, 365, 369–80, 383, 388 n, 392, 428; admin., 375; ch. (coll.), 7, 50, 51, 63, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 366, 375–80, 385, 388, 389, 396; ch. wardens, 182; ch. yard, 379; chap., see L., St. Sepulchre's chap.; chars., 376, 380, 411, 412, 413; char. sch., 328, 329, 336, 376, master, see Wood, John (fl. c. 1785), trustees, 329; dean, see Cowley; non-conf., 392; (close) vestry, 143, 256, 375; vicar, 73, 376, 407, see also Cowley, Robinson, Thos.; vicarage, 376; workhouse, 188, 380; see also L., Bromkinsthorpe.

St. Mary in the Meadows (de Pratis) abbey, 3, 5, 6, 9, 16, 17, 31, 40, 45, 50, 65, 100, 342, 348, 349, 353, 354, 359, 366, 367, 376, 379, 382, 388, 389, 396, 399, 422, 423, 424, 437, 439, 441, 443, 447, 448, 450, 451–2; abbot, 6, 17, 376, 379, 385, 399, 423, 451, see also Penny, John (d. 1520); canons, 376, 379, 423, 452, see also Porter; chap., 50; infirmary, 50; library, 50; prior, see Charyte; sch., 50, 332; see also L., Abbey Mills, Abbey Park, Cavendish House, Leicester Abbey par.

St. Mary Magdalen and St. Margaret Hosp., 359; chap., 50.

St. Mary's chap., 50.

St. Mary's Church Lane, see L., Castle St.

St. Mary's Field, see L., South Field.

St. Mary's Fields (Haddenham Rd.), sch., 331, 337.

St. Mary's Lodge (Home), 334.

St. Mary's Mill, Mills, 43, 327, 397.

St. Mary's ward, East, 330.

St. Matthew's par., 359, 360; ch., 356, 360.

St. Matthew's sch., in Brunswick St., 336.

St. Matthew's sch., in Chester St., 336.

St. Matthew's sch., in Curzon St., 336.

St. Michael's guild, 51, 389.

St. Michael's par., 3, 52, 53, 155, 388, 389; ch., 50, 51, 53, 389, 412; ch. yard, 389; vicar, 389.

St. Michael's R.C. chap., 389.

St. Nicholas's par., 44, 156 n, 187, 192, 290 n, 344, 383–7, 388; ch. (St. Augustine's), 50, 155, 179 n, 330, 379 n, 384–7, 405; ch. yard, 35, 385, 387; char., 387, 411, 412, 413, see also L., Simon's Hosp.; overseers, 189; pest-house, 385; pop., 384; sch., 384; vestry, 143, 256; vicar, 387, 413; workhouse, 387.

St. Nicholas Shambles, see L., fairs and markets.

St. Nicholas St. (Hotgate, le Hotegate, calidus vicus), 43, 361, 383, 384, 391 n; chap., 393.

St. Paul's chap., 393.

St. Paul's par., 377; ch., 377; sch., 336.

St. Peter's (Womans) Lane, 341, 388; chap., see L., Ebenezer chap.

St. Peter's par., 69, 155, 342 n, 360, 388, 389; ch., 50, 53, 156 n, 332, 341, 342, 388; ch. yard, 388; chap., see L., St. Hilda's ch.; pop., 388; vicar, 388; vicarage, 80.

St. Peter's R.C. par., 390, 442; ch., 390.

St. Peter's (Occupation) Rd., 355.

St. Peter's sch., in Gopsall St., 336.

St. Peter's sch., in Upper Conduit St., 337.

St. Saviour's par., 360; ch., 360; sch., 336.

St. Sepulchre's (St. James') chap., 50, 52, 371, 376–7.

St. Stephen's Presbyterian ch., 394.

St. Theresa's convent, 390.

St. Thomas' guild, 51.

Sand Pit Lane, see L., Willow Bridge St.

Sanvey Gate (Senvey Gate, Skeyth), 155, 156 n, 159, 194, 195, 262, 263, 338, 351, 356, 380.

Sanvey Lane, chap., 420.

Saracen's Head, 128.

Saturday market place, see L., Market Place.

Savings Bank, see L., Trustee Savings Bank.

Saxby St., chap., 392; sch., 392; see also L., Marston's Mill.

Secularist Institute, 228 n.

see, 349, 366, 367, 376, 377, 384, 426; Diocesan Board of Patronage, 441; Diocesan Trustees, 377; see also L., bishop.

Senvey Gate, see L., Sanvey Gate.

Shaftesbury Rd., 337.

Shakesperean Assoc., 212.

Shambles Lane, St., see L., Applegate St.

Sheepmarket, see L., Silver St.

Shepsterrowe, 47.

Sherman's Lodge, Grounds, see L., Leicester Frith.

Shire Hall, 338.

Short St., sch., 331.

Silver St. (Sheepmarket), 46, 156 n, 254 n, 301, 361, 362, 364; see also L., Opera House.

Simmins Crescent, sch., see L., Monsell, Eyres, sch.

Simon's Hosp., 410.

Skeffington House, 334, 341 n, 346.

Skeyth, see L., Sanvey Gate.

Slater St., 338; sch., 337.

Soar Lane (Fullers, Walkers Lane, vicus fullonum), 38, 42, 156 n, 338, 341, 343, 369; chap., 392, 394; see also L., Castle St.

Soar, Riv., 9, 17, 20, 31, 38, 41, 43, 52, 53, 100, 154, 155, 262, 263, 264, 267–8, 272, 278, 286, 299, 343, 346, 347, 348, 351, 354, 369, 370, 373, 374, 375, 380, 381, 382, 383, 384, 387, 388, 397, 415, 420, 423, 424, 428, 449, 451, 452, 453, 454; canalization, 195, 277, 344, 396, 417; fisheries (stews), 43 n, 45, 395.

South (St. Mary's, Town) Field, Fields, 9, 32, 99, 100, 102, 127, 128, 130, 134, 160, 165–6, 186, 194, 195, 197, 254, 260, 262, 263, 291, 369, 370–5, 377, 380, 381, 397, 399, 401–2; incl., 127, 128, 195, 197–9, 372, 373, 380; park, 293, 375; racecourse, 270, 293, 375; recreation ground, 271–2, 293, 375; windmills, 43, 63, see also L., Nurse's mill; see also L., Cowhay Pasture, Gallowtree Field, Middle Field, Rawdykes.

South Gate, 32, 42, 43, 50, 52, 154, 156 n, 363, 369, 370, 371, 372, 376; township, 10 n; see also L., Oxford St.

Southampton St., 355.

Southgate (Castle, High) St., 161, 262, 326, 361, 369, 370, 392, 411; see also L., Consanguinitarium.

Southwell, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 159.

Spa Place, 200 n, 352.

Sparkenhoe St. (Occupation Rd.), 355, 356, 360; sch., see L., Parochial Union sch.; see also L., Hillcrest Hosp., St. Margaret's par., vestry hall.

Spinney Hill ward, 242 n, 434; see also Evington.

Spital, The, 359 n, 360 n, 408–9, 411.

Spital (Cock Muck) Hill, 351, 360; see also L., Cock Muck Hill Houses.

Spital House, 409.

Spital House Close, 413.

Stephenson's char. sch., 328.

Stocking (le Stokking, Stoking) Farm (Field), 423, 451, 452; housing estate, 423 n, 451, 453, chap., 392.

Stocking (Stockinge) wood, 452.

Sun Fire Office, fire brigade, 286.

Sunday School Memorial Hall, 329.

Sutorsrowe, 47 n.

Swan's Mill, see L., Newarke Mill.

Swinesmarket, see L., Bond St., New, High St.

Swinesmarket ward, 54.

Sycamore Street, see L., Great Central Street.

Sylvan St., 292.

Syston St., sch., 337.

T.

Tabernacle, The, 392.

Talbot, The, 384.

Talbot Inn, 384.

Talbot Lane, 384; see also L., Jester House.

Taskholm, 32, 370.

Taylor St., sch., 337.

Temperance Hall, see L., Essoldo Cinema.

Temperance Soc., 352.

textile and clothing trades and industry, 76, 78, 158, 169, 178–9, 181–2; clothiers, 47, 75 n, 153; clothworkers, 87; collarmakers, 158 n; cotton spinning, 341, see also Taylor, Thos. Swift; drapers, 37, 39, 48, 79–80, see also Chamberlain, Wm., Smith, Thos., linen, 80, occupation, 99, woollen, 80, 87, 88, 157, 158, 159, see also Craddock, Edm. (fl. c. 1709–32), Deane, Wm., Gillot, Wm., Noble, Fran.; dyers, 39, 87–88, 158 n, 341, see also Atherstone, Johnson, Edm. (fl. c. 1684).
-, Elastic web manufacture, 259, 260, 269, 315, 326–7, Elastic Weavers Trade &c. Soc., 327; haberdashers, 81, 158 n, see also Byllyng, co., 77, of hats, 80, 81, 158 n.
-, Hosiery and knitted goods, 88, 90–92, 98, 104, 107, 167 n, 168–78, 188, 194, 195, 199, 205 n, 206, 209, 211, 216, 219, 231, 252, 257, 258, 259–60, 262, 265, 269, 270, 271, 276, 293–4, 296, 300, 301, 302, 303– 14, 321, 329, 387, 413, 424, 432, 436, 440, 444; hosiers, 90–92, 95– 96, 147, 158, 167, 178, 206, 216, 251, 260, 293, see also Coltman, John, Garrett, Harris, Ric., Lewis, Wm., Pougher, Abstinence, Rawson, John, Topp, Thos., Assoc., 173; manufacturers, see Biggs, John, Wm., John & Sons, Corah, Harris, J. O., Pool & Lorimer, Preston, J., & Co., Preston & Charlesworth, Walker, W. H., Walker & Kempson, Assoc., 313 n, Midland Counties Manufacturers Assoc., 313; bd. of arbitration, 310, 311, 313, 322; allotment soc., 307; Leicester and Leicestershire Amalgamated Hosiery Union, 312, 313, 314; framework-knitter, see Buckby, unions, 175, 176–7; glovers' union, 303.
-, Lace-making, 88, 178–9, 413; linen clothiers, 88, see also Blackshawe; linen spinners, 88, see also Erieck, Markby, Thos., Mounteney, Nutt, Jas. (d. 1663), Rypley, Springthorpe, Ric., Swan, Thos., Taylor, Edw., Webster, Thos.; mercers, 37, 39, 79, 87, 90, 99, 106, 158, 159, see also Alsop, Nic., Cotes, Wm., Cotton, Thos., Erieck, Fox, Jas., Franke, Marshall, Sam., Miller, Rob., Morton, —, Noone, Edw., co., 80–81, 181.
-, Ropers, 88; shirtmaking, 174; silk weaving, 158 n, 179, see also Burbidge, John, Saunders, Rob.; tailors, 88–90, 158, see also Deane, Wm., Murfyn, Wallin, Jos., co. (craft), 35, 89–90, 166 n, 181; tammy weavers, 179.
-, Wool trades, 37–41, 54, 77–79, 86–88; staple, 57, 78; staplers, 40–41, 54, 77–78, 104, see also Wigston fam.; staple hall, 78; wool hall, 408; badgers, 79; botchers, 89–90; fellmongers, 48, 79, 92, 157, 158, 168, see also Johnson, Ric., Robinson, Chas., Southwell; fullers (tuckers, walkers), 33, 38–39, 87, 341, 397, guild, 35, 38; jersey combers, 90–91, 158 n, see also Pougher, Sampson; jersey knitting, 90–92; jersey spinning, 86, 90; shearmen, 39, 87, 92, 158 n, 179, see also Loleby, Willowes; wool combers, 168, 172, see also Coltman, John, union, 175; woolmongers, 48, see also Inge, Ric., Wigston fam.; wool spinners, 86– 87, 88, 99, 105, 170, 188, 259, see also Abell, Alice, Ball, Wm., Cotes, Wm., Huxley, Jerman, Joseph, Oldham, John, Redwey, Robinson, Chas., Tatam, John, Whetstone, Jos., Woodland, Thos. (d. 1591); wool wrappers, 40.
-, Worsted combers, 153; worsted knitting, 172–3; worsted makers' soc., 172, see also Whetstone, Jos.; worsted spinning, 86–87, 172, 259.

Thames St., 353.

Theatre Royal, 272, 363.

Thornton Lane, 361, 383; see also L., Carey Museum.

Thorpe St., chap., 392.

Thurnby Lodge sch., in Dudley Ave., 336.

Thurnby Lodge sch., in Gervas Rd., 336.

Torchmere, 341.

Tower Mill, 398.

Town Field, see L., South Field.

Town Hall, 180, 290, 299–300, 363, proposed, 195, 265, 266; keeper, 254 n; library, see L., Corpus Christi guild, guildhall; porters, 411; see also L., Corpus Christi guild, guildhall, Gainsborough, The.

Town Hall Lane, see L., Guildhall Lane.

Town Hall Square, 363, 364.

Townsend, Mr., ward, 156, 157, 159.

trade and industry, 37–49, 76–109, 166–87, 293–4, 295–7, 300–1, 302, 303–27; regulation, 15, 21, 23, 26, 39–40, 45, 48, 58, 73, 74, 79, 83– 84, 166–7, 169, 176.
-, Guilds, 35–36, 48–49, 166–7; trades unions, 175, 202, 209, 224, 227, 234, 237, 239, 307, 310, 313, 317, 319, 321; Chamber of Commerce, 313; Trades Council, 231–6, 242.
-, See also L., agriculture and husbandry, building and building trades, fairs and markets, guild merchant, leather crafts and industry, metal working crafts and industry, mills, miscellaneous trades and professions, newspapers, textile and clothing trades and industry, victualling trades, woodworking crafts.

transport and communications, 99, 154, 161, 193, 195–6, 199, 260, 370; airfield, see L., Braunstone Frith; canal, see L., Grand Union Canal; motor buses, 301, stn., 298, 347; rlys., 260, see also British Rlys., Midland Rly., L., Leicester & Swannington Rly.; tramways, 285–6, 291, 293, 301, 424, 445, co., 285–6.

Trinity chap., 392.

Trinity (Newarke) Hosp., 65, 71, 75, 134, 153, 346, 347, 398, 405, 406–8, 410, 411, 413; chaplain, 407, 408; lecturer, 403; master, 407, 408; trustees, 355; seal, 408.

Trinity Lane, sch., 332, 337.

Trustee Savings Bank, 331, 362, 380.

U.

Union ch., 394.

Union St., sch., see L., St. Martin's sch.

United Baptist chap., 392.

University (University Coll.), 374, 443; arms, 374.

University Rd., 374 n, 392.

V.

Vaughan Coll., 384.

Vauxhall Gardens, 341, 389.

Vauxhall Lane, 389.

Vauxhall, New, bowling green, 341.

Vauxhall St., 341; see also L., Mason, Miss, Almshouses.

Vestry St., baths, 294.

Victoria Baptist ch., 391, 392; minister, see Meyer.

Victoria Parade, see Odams, W.

Victoria Park (race-course), 272, 291, 294, 333, 352, 398, 446.

Victoria Park Rd., 352, 370 n; sch., see L., Lancaster sch.

victualling trades, 37, 43–46, 49, 76, 78, 96, 158, 180; bakers, 43–44, 93– 94, 157, 158, 179, 412, see also Bent, Geo. (d. 1709), Freeman, And., Neale, Palmer, John (d. 1627), Truville, co., 166 n, 181; brewers, 45–46, 52, 72, 74, 95, 96, 104, 106, 107, 157, 227, see also Boxall, Palmer, John (d. 1627), Townsend, Edm., co., 96; butchers, 12, 37 n, 41, 44, 47, 74, 92–93, 100–2, 158, 383, see also Cotes, Wm., Heyrick, John (d. 1633), Lewin, Rog., Ludlam, Wm. (d. 1628), L., agriculture and husbandry, graziers, co., 44, 100, 166 n, 181.
-, Cheesemonger, see Hunt, John; cooks, 44, 96; distilling, 96, see also Boxall; fishmongers, 45, see also Keckwick, occupation, 77; grocers, see Fox, Jas., Manby, Wm., Stanley, Wm. (fl. c. 1595) Ward, Wm. (d. 1558), occupation, 80.
-, Inns, alehouses, &c., 44, 53, 57, 58 n, 73, 95, 154, 155, 271, see also L., Angel, Black Lion, Blue Boar, Crane, Old Robin Hood, Pack Horse, Queen's Head, Red Lion, Saracen's Head, Talbot, Wellington, Marquis, White Hart, White Lion; innkeepers, &c., 37, 43, 45, 74, 95, 96, 158, 180 n, 181, 216, see also Clarke, Thos. (fl. c. 1586), Craddock, Jos. (fl. c. 1684–8), Newton, Gabriel, Pares, John (d. 1715), Pate, Pollard, Edw., Staines, Lawr.
-, Maltsters, 77, 79, 95–96, 104, 106, 107, see also Abney, Dannet, Launder, John, Pougher, Eliz., Slater, Hen., Sutton, Edm., Thompson, Thos. (d. 1638); millers, 87, 94, 398; see also Carter, Lawr., Swan, Thos., Taylor, Edw.; pepperers' occupation, 80; salters, 96, see also Burch; spicer, 45; sugarers' occupation, 80; victuallers, 96, see also Beckett, Wm., Mapwell, Roberts, Rob. (fl. c. 1586); vintners, 37, 43, 45, 82, 106, see also Barnes, Ives, Newton, Wm., Palmer, Ric., Pares, John (d. 1715).

vicus, calidus, see L., St. Nicholas St.

vicus fullonum, see L., Soar Lane.

vicus parcamenorum, see L., Bond St., New.

Vine St., chap., 392, 393; sch., see L., All Saints' sch.

Virgin, guild of the Assumption of, 51, 342.

Vulcan works, 353.

W.

Walkers Lane, see L., Soar Lane.

Walnut St., 374 n; bridge, 277.

Walsh's Hall man., see L., Danet's Hall man.

Watling St., 371 n; Salvation Army hall, 394.

Watts Causeway, see L., King Richard's Rd.

Welford Place, 353, 370 n; see also L., Leicestershire Club.

Welford Rd., 162, 194, 213, 260, 262, 266, 271, 284, 341, 373, 375 n, 397; ch., 394; cattle market, 364; recreation ground, 272; see also Welford, road from Leicester to, L., gaols, county.

Wellington, Marquis, p. h., 352.

Wellington St., 198, 351, 352, 389; ch., see L., Free Christian ch.; sch., see L., Holy Cross priory, schs.; see also L., City Lending library.

Wesley Hall chap., 392.

West Bridge, 41, 42, 50, 154, 155, 163, 197, 262, 265, 277, 278, 341, 364 n, 369, 382, 383, 384, 387, 395, 396; chap., see L., St. Mary's chap.

West Field, 9, 31, 99–100, 102, 165.

West Gate, 31, 41, 42, 382, 389; township, 10 n.

Westcotes man., in Bromkinsthorpe, 9, 17, 31, 53, 290, 291, 380, 382; man. house, 383; see also Ruding fam.

Westcotes sch., 337.

Westcotes ward, 242 n.

Western Park, 294; sch., 331, see also L., King Richard sch.

Westminster Bank, 362.

Wharf St., 355, 356; cricket ground, 272.

Whetstone's Mill, 398.

White (Augustinian) Friars lib., 154, 257, 382, 387–8, 449, 455; bounds., 387; friary, 154, 343 n, 387, chap., 50; see also L., religious orders and houses, Augustinian friars.

White Hart Inn, 123.

White Lion Inn, 105, 147.

Whitehall Ave., sch., 337.

Wigston Lane, 334; sch., see L., Montrose sch.

Willow Bridge St. (Sand Pit Lane), 355.

Willow Brook, 263, 264, 277, 354, 434.

Willow Mead sch., 331, 337.

Willow St., chap., 394; sch., see L., Willow Mead sch.

Womans Lane, see L., St. Peter's Lane.

Wood Gate (Woodgate), 348; see also L., Old Robin Hood Inn.

Woodstock sch., 336.

woodworking crafts, 76, 78, 96–97; carpenters, 42, 94, 96, 97, 98, 179, 183–4, see also Harrison, Joshua, Nicoll, co., 166 n, union, 184; coopers, 97, see also Johnson, Thos., Walker, Wm.; joiners, 96–97, 98, see also Pegg; sawyer, 42; timber merchant, see Winterton; turners, 97, turners' and joiners' co., 97, 166; wheelwrights, 97, see also Hobby, Wm.; woodmongers, 96; see also L., agriculture and husbandry, ploughwrights.

Working Men's Assoc., 209, 211.

Wycliffe ch., 334, 394.

Wycliffe sch., 336.

Wycliffe ward, 242 n.

Wyggeston ward, 242 n.

Wyggeston's Hosp., 41, 66, 333, 341 n, 362, 365, 381, 398–406, 411, 449 n, 452 n; chap., 141, 362 n, 386 n, 405, 408; confrater, 399, 401, 403, 404, 406, see also Jackson, John; governors, 404; master, 141, 332, 399, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405–6; seals, 405; trustees, 380, 402, 404, 405, of lands, 398.

Wyggeston's Hosp. Boys' sch., 313, 333, 334, 400, 401, 404, 405, 414; master, see Pott.

Wyggeston's Hosp. Girls' sch., 334, 404, 405; headmistress, see Leicester, Ellen.

Wyvern Ave., sch., 337.

Wyvern Hotel, 394.

Y.

Yeoman St., 290 n.

York St., chap., 393.