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Christ's Church in Newgate Street

SOURCE: REMARKS ON LONDON, being an Exact Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, Borough of Southwark... By W. Stow., London, 1722.

A List of all the Cathedrals, Churches, and Chapels of Ease within the Bill of Mortality, withal shewing therein the sett Times of publick Prayers, receiving the Sacrament, and hearing Sermons both Ordinary and Extraordinary.

Note, Pr. signifies Prayers, Sac. Sacrament;
S. Sermon; and Lect. Lecturer.

Christ's Church in Newgate Street, was first founded, and so called, by King Henry the Eight, in 1546, out of the Ruins of the old Church of St. Ewine in Newgate Market, St. Nicholas in the Shambles, and Part of St. Sepulchres within Newgate. This Parish contains about 600 Dwelling Houses, Morning Pr. daily at 1, Evening Pr. at 5 in Summer, and 3 in Winter Time; annual S. on July 24, at 12 of the Clock, for the Company of Cordwainers or Shoemakers.