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I have heard of ancient men, of good credit, report, that these single women were forbidden the rites of the church, so long as they continued that sinful life, and were excluded from Christian burial, if they were not reconciled before their death.
Fine is set at the discretion of the steward and the constables. The Icelandic saga Heimskringla refers to a place across the river from London called Suthvirki, which it says was "a very considerable trading place" in the 11 Whores Winchester century.
Gifford was succeeded as Bishop of Winchester in by Henry de Blois, who immediately decreed that heavy new penalties must be imposed on any girl found working in the Bankside brothels while infected with "the filthy disease".
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Prostitutes and paupers. One example would Whores Winchester the Whores Winchester governing a whore's behaviour as she waited for business in the brothel's entrance, which allowed her to do nothing more than sit there quietly and look enticing.
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