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- n. Plural form of outparish.
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Princes "and" to ransacke and spoyle cities and townes, "was enough to arouse the hostility of the City authorities. 109 What made Southwark particularly threatening in this regard was its situation in the liberties and outparishes, and that the playhouses were close enough in radical sentiment to the people who flocked to them to provide a medium for expressing dissatisfaction with what was popularly seen as a jurisdictionally oppressive municipal authority.