A Topographical Dictionary of London and Its Environs: Containing Descriptive and Critical Accounts of All the Public and Private Buildings, Offices, Docks, Squares, Streets, Lanes, Wards, Liberties, Charitable, Scholastic and Other Establishments, with Lists of Their Officers, Patrons, Incumbents of Livings, &c. &c. &c. in the British Metropolis
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Aldgate ALMS HOUSES ancient Bermondsey Bethnal-green Bishop Bishopsgate Blackfriars Blackfriars'-road Broad-street building chapel Cheapside church City of London City-road Clerk Clerkenwell Commercial-road Company court Cripplegate derives its name Duke Earl east end east side Elephant and Castle erected extends Finsbury fire of London Fleet-street four houses fourth turning furlong Garden George George's hand side going Henry High-street Holborn Hospital houses eastward Ionic order John King King-street King's Lambeth lane leads left hand going left hand side Limehouse London-bridge Lord Luke's Mary-le-bone Mile-end nearly opposite New-road north end north side north-west corner northward Old-street Oxford-street parish patronage quarter Queen-street right hand going right hand side road Rotherhithe second turning Secretary Shadwell Shoreditch Shoreditch church six houses Smithfield south side Southwark Spitalfields square Strand street Thames third turning Thomas three houses Tooley-street Upper Thames-street Wapping ward west end west side West Smithfield Westminster westward Whitechapel William yards