Evening markets in Westchepe and Cornhill in 1297 (See L. Bk. B. f. xxx. Set out in Riley's Mem., p. 33).
   Several ordinances relating to them in the Letter Books.
   Prohibited later on account of disorders arising from them.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Le Cage, Westcheap —    Tenement of William Coventre called le Cage in Westchepe in parish of St. Mary le Bow (Ct. H.W. II. 374), 1407.    Houses in parish of St. Laurence in Old Jewry in the lane called Sevehodenelane near a tenement called le Cage, 1412 (ib. 395).… …   Dictionary of London

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