ill fame

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the state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality


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Handfield said a summons has been issued for the Ouellettes on charges of keeping a house of ill fame.
in a Notorious house with a woman of known ill fame and Reputation she standing between his Leggs and him .
The suspects were held on suspicion of allegations that included prostitution, operating a house of ill fame and residing in a house of ill fame.
200 YEARS AGO: Last week Mary Ann Granger was condemned by our magistrates to Warwick gaol for picking the pocket of a traveller from the city of Hereford at a house of ill fame in Cherry Street, in this town, of a five guinea note and some silver.
Wrote one resident in 1870, "About half the town is whiskey shops and houses of ill fame.