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Seite 7 - ... And yet through Christ to heaven we hope to go, Who reades his bookes shall find his faith was so." On the north side of the churchyard remain two tombs of marble, but not known of whom, or otherwise than by tradition it is said, they were of Thomas Monshampe and William, brothers, about 1547, &c. Some four houses west from this parish church of St. Mildred is a prison house pertaining to one of the sheriffs of London, and is called the Compter in the Poultry.