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St Anne and St Agnes within Aldersgate is listed by ARMOP as operating a parish workhouse for up to 28 inmates.St Augustine Watling Street had a workhouse from 1732 (TEW).Accordingly in 1730, they hired a House, formerly a Tavern in Fish-street in the Parish of St.

ASW contained the following report on the parish of Allhallows, Bread Street: THE Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor in this Parish, being desirous their Poor should have the same Benefit as other Parishes, of a House, where they might be provided with all Necessaries for Life, the Vestry appointed a Committee of Gentlemen, including the Churchwardens and Overseers, to take a proper House for such a Service.A House is built in Town-Ditch near Christ's Hospital, for receiving all the Poor of this Parish; it was opened Christmas 1729, and has now in it 44 Men, Women, and Children, of which about 20 are Children, who go at certain Hours to the Charity School of Farringdon Ward within; but all that are able, of old and young, are employed in spinning Mop Yarn, under the Direction of a Master and Mistress. THE Overseers, observing that the best regulated Houses of this kind, are employed in something that may be called the Manufacture of the House, beside picking of Ockam, (which is the standing Business of most Houses, for the Blind and Lame that can do nothing else) such as spinning of Yarn for Mopps, Cotton-Yarn for Candle-wick, Yarn for Wadding, a course Thread for Sacking, and such other Employs as do not require a Person to serve an Apprentiship to understand, have at last fallen into a Business, not interfering with their Neighbours, and promising most Advantage to the House, and that is spinning of Noyl, a short Wool from whence the Worsted is drawn, bought of Mr.THE Overseers of the Poor of this Parish, have hir'd a House in Merchant Taylor's Rents, at the upper end of Moor Lane, in Cripplegate Parish, to lodge their Pensioners in gratis, to whom they allow 12d. Top, at Leicester, who furnishes the House, from time to time, with any Quantities at Sixpence half-penny per Pound delivered at London.Allhallows Staining had a workhouse from 1736 (TEW). THEY that pick Ockam, are continually refresh'd with the Balsamick Odour of it.Christchurch Newgate Street (also known as Christchurch Greyfriars, or Christchurch in London) was the subject of an ASW report dated 29th September, 1731. 21 Children at School, in Rotation as they can be spared from their Work, besides which, three Parish Children are allowed to dine there three times, or oftner in the Week. THE Spinners and Knitters with an Exercise so moderate, that it fits any Age or Sex, at the same time that it qualifies those that are young, for most Handicrafts, such as Wiredrawing, Pinmakng, Watchmaking, Letterfounding, Printing, Painting, Sewing, Weaving, Shoemaking, and all other Trades depending on a good Command of the Hand and Fingers.

ASW contained the following report on the parish of Allhallows, Bread Street: THE Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor in this Parish, being desirous their Poor should have the same Benefit as other Parishes, of a House, where they might be provided with all Necessaries for Life, the Vestry appointed a Committee of Gentlemen, including the Churchwardens and Overseers, to take a proper House for such a Service.A House is built in Town-Ditch near Christ's Hospital, for receiving all the Poor of this Parish; it was opened Christmas 1729, and has now in it 44 Men, Women, and Children, of which about 20 are Children, who go at certain Hours to the Charity School of Farringdon Ward within; but all that are able, of old and young, are employed in spinning Mop Yarn, under the Direction of a Master and Mistress. THE Overseers, observing that the best regulated Houses of this kind, are employed in something that may be called the Manufacture of the House, beside picking of Ockam, (which is the standing Business of most Houses, for the Blind and Lame that can do nothing else) such as spinning of Yarn for Mopps, Cotton-Yarn for Candle-wick, Yarn for Wadding, a course Thread for Sacking, and such other Employs as do not require a Person to serve an Apprentiship to understand, have at last fallen into a Business, not interfering with their Neighbours, and promising most Advantage to the House, and that is spinning of Noyl, a short Wool from whence the Worsted is drawn, bought of Mr.THE Overseers of the Poor of this Parish, have hir'd a House in Merchant Taylor's Rents, at the upper end of Moor Lane, in Cripplegate Parish, to lodge their Pensioners in gratis, to whom they allow 12d. Top, at Leicester, who furnishes the House, from time to time, with any Quantities at Sixpence half-penny per Pound delivered at London.Allhallows Staining had a workhouse from 1736 (TEW). THEY that pick Ockam, are continually refresh'd with the Balsamick Odour of it.Christchurch Newgate Street (also known as Christchurch Greyfriars, or Christchurch in London) was the subject of an ASW report dated 29th September, 1731. 21 Children at School, in Rotation as they can be spared from their Work, besides which, three Parish Children are allowed to dine there three times, or oftner in the Week. THE Spinners and Knitters with an Exercise so moderate, that it fits any Age or Sex, at the same time that it qualifies those that are young, for most Handicrafts, such as Wiredrawing, Pinmakng, Watchmaking, Letterfounding, Printing, Painting, Sewing, Weaving, Shoemaking, and all other Trades depending on a good Command of the Hand and Fingers.A Waste-Book, in which every thing brought into, or carried out of the House is entred, or an Account of the Particulars kept on File. The Journal, which is a fair transcript of the Waste-Book, in the manner hereafter mentioned, and is thence posted into another Book, called 6.