Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
from L&M Companion.....There were several in London (including one at the entrance to the Steelyard) and two (possibly three) in Westminster....Prior's lay on the w. side of Cannon Row, Westminster (the fourth house south of its junction with Brewer's Yard) and was taxed on 11 hearths in 1664. This was probably the 'further' one of iv.203. It was kept by Arthur Prior (churchwarden, St Margaret's in 1674 and 1675). He made a resonable fortune, leaving dowries of L500 apiece to his two daughters and L100 to his cousin Matthew Prior, the poet.
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