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Parish-garden ( “Paris-garden,” Cambridge ), a vulgarism for Paris-garden, the famous bear-garden in Southwark, HENRY VIII., v. 4. 2. “Paris-Garden is the place on the Thames bankside at London, where the bears are kept and baited; and was anciently so called from Robert de Paris, who had a house and garden there in Richard the Second's time,” Blount's Glossographia, 1681, p. 473.

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