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Lincolns Inn Chapel, in Chancery Lane

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.

Lincolns Inn Chapel, in Chancery Lane, which after many Alterations in 300 Years Time, was rebuilt, finished, and consecrated in 1626. Morning Pr. daily at 5 and 11, and Evening Pr. at 5 throughout the whole Year; Sac. administered once at Christmas, Easter, on the second Sunday of September, and first and last Sundays of every Term, after Forenoon Sermon; two S. every Sunday at the the usual Hours, and a monthly Lect. every first Wednesday at 10.