Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Per Wheatley edition (The McMillian Co, 1894), this location is "Baulmes, at Hoxton, belonged to Sir George Whitmore, of Barnes, in Surrey, who was Lord Mayor in 1631, and a great sufferer for the royal cause. His daughter Anne, mentioned by Pepys, February 28th, 1663-64, ante page 55, married Sir John Robinson, Lieutenant of the Tower. Baulmes is described as an old square mansion, with two stories in the roof; it was afterwards converted into a madhouse, and demolished in the year 1852.--B"
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