Norton Folgate, the street so-called is the north continuation of Bishopsgate Street Without, and extends to Shoreditch. It is also the name of a Liberty or manor, which belonged to the cathedral of St Paul as early as the Conquest. This district being extra-parochial, the inhaibtants support their own poor, and ury and marry where they please, but they mostly use a chapel, built be Sir George Wheeler, a Prebendary of Durham, for his tenants in Spitalfields. I this liberty there are also a small workhouse, a girl's school, and a free school for boys.
NORTON-FOLGATE, an extra-parochial liberty in Whitechapel district, Middlesex: within the metropolis, in the line of Ermine-street, at the end of Bishopsgate-street. The name was formerly written Northern-Foldgate.
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