Flemish bond gradually replaced English bond. Braun (1973:33 -
see bibliography) says that English
bond "lasted until the end of the seventeenth century
when it was replaced by the 'Flemish bond' in which we find each
course laid with headers and stretchers alternating in the same
course" (my emphasis - see photos below for examples).
This is a slight exaggeration, as in some cases we find English
bond later than this (even nowadays), but it is a useful generalisation.
See these nice examples of Flemish bond in Canterbury: