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" Near this spot was slain the notorious rebel, JACK CADE, By Alexander Iden, Sheriff of Kent, AD 1450. His body was carried to London, and his head fixed on London Bridge. This is the success of all rebels, and this fortune chanceth ever to traitors."—... "
A History of the Weald of Kent: With an Outline of the Early History of the ... - Page 390
1874
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The history and survey of London and its environs

B. Lambert - 1806
...vulgar error. It is, a noble structure of slope, and has a tablet; in the centre with the following inscription: Near this spot was slain the notorious...By Alexander Iden, Esq. Sheriff of Kent, AD. 1450. Jlis body was carried to London, and his head fixed upon London Bridge. This is the success of all-rebels,...
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Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people and its places ...

George Walter Thornbury, Edward Walford - 1880
...near Cuckfield, in Sussex, where a roadside monument is erected in his honour. It bears the following inscription : — "Near this spot was slain the notorious rebel, JACK CADE, By Alexander Iden, Sheriff of Kent, AD 1450. His body was carried to London, and his head fixed on I.un !• MI Bridge....
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Sussex

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - Sussex (England) - 1894 - 239 pages
...Vale of Heathfield ' is perhaps the best of all his Sussex pictures. A pillar at Cade Street bears the inscription — ' Near this spot was slain the notorious rebel Jack Cade by Alexander Iden, Sheriff of Kent, AD 1450. His body was carried to London and his head f1xed upon London Bridge. This...
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Sussex

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - Sussex (England) - 1894 - 239 pages
...Vale of Heathfield ' is perhaps the best of all his Sussex pictures. A pillar at Cade Street bears the inscription — ' Near this spot was slain the notorious rebel Jack Cade by Alexander Iden, Sheriff of Kent, AD 1450. His body was carried to London and his head fixed upon London Bridge. This...
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Pelton's Illustrated Guide to Tunbridge Wells

Pelton, Richard, publisher - 1896
...may be seen a monument which is placed on the spot Jack Cade was killed, which bears the following inscription : — " Near this spot " was slain the...rebel, JACK CADE, by Alexander Iden, " Esq., Sheriff of London, AD 1450. His body was carried to " London and his head fixed upon London Bridge. This is "the...
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England in the days of old

William Andrews - England - 1897 - 279 pages
...our present purpose : — Near this spot was slain the notorious rebel JACK CAUE, By Alexander Iden, Sheriff of Kent, AD 1450. His body was carried to London, and his head fixed on London Bridge. This is the success of all rebels, and this fortune chanceth even to traitors. Hall's...
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A Rosary

John Davidson - 1903 - 211 pages
...Moon bears this inscription: " Near this spot was slain the notorious rebel Cade by Alexander Iden, Sheriff of Kent, AD 1450. His body was carried to London and his head fixed upon London-bridge." Then follows an inept quotation from Hall's " Chronicle " : " This is the success of...
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A Rosary

John Davidson - 1903 - 211 pages
...Moon bears this inscription: " Near this spot was slain the notorious rebel Cade by Alexander Iden, Sheriff of Kent, AD 1450. His body was carried to London and his head fixed upon London-bridge." Then follows an inept quotation from Hall's " Chronicle " : " This is the success of...
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Scottish Notes and Queries

John Bulloch - Scotland - 1903
...inscription :--" Near this spot was slain the notorious rebel, Jack Cade, by Alexander Iden, Esq., Sherriff of Kent, AD 1450. His body was carried to London, and his head fixed upon London liridge. This is the success of all rebels, and this fortune chanceth even to traitors." A further...
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Mayfield: The Story of an Old Wealden Village

Eva Margaretta Bell-Irving - Mayfield (East Sussex) - 1903 - 204 pages
...was killed, according to unvarying tradition, is still called Cade Street. A pillar there bears the inscription : — " Near this spot was slain the notorious rebel Jack Cade by Alexander Iden, Sheriff of Kent, AD 1450. His body was carried to London and his head fixed upon London Bridge. This...
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