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E215/860 account of fees charged
by gaoler. This account from 1630 shows the fees charged by
Thomas Cooke, the gaoler at the Bridewell House of Correction
in Southwark, London. Vagrants did not pay, but this would be
reflected in the conditions in which they were kept.
How much did the gaoler at the
Bridewell in 1630 get paid, (Source 4) ?
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