Lockie's Topography of London
Antigallican Passage, Temple Bar, is on the N. side of Fleet street by Temple bar and Great Shire lane.
Aris Buildings, Bowling Green Lane, Clerkenwell, the first on the R. from Rosamond st. towards Coppice row, or the second on the L. from Coppice row, in the op. direction.
Ball Alley, Sherbourn Lane, at 5, nearly op. the Post office yard, it is a dark passage leading into St. Swithin's lane.
Bankruptcy Information Office, 35, Aldermanbury, about six doors on the L. from London wall.
Bankside, Southwark, the W. continuation of the Clink, by the side of the Thames, extending from Park st. to Willow st. by which it is continued to Holland street, Blackfriars bridge.
Barbican, extends from 77, Aldersgate street, op. Long lane, to Red cross street, and Golden lane, it is continued E. by Beech street, and Chiswell st. to Finsbury sq.
Baron or Barron Street, Pentonville, is about one eighth of a mile W. from the Angel at Islington, and the first on the R. from it towards Sommers town, it leads into White Lion street.
Borough of Southwark, includes the five parishes of St. Olave, St. John, St. Thomas, St. George, and St. Saviour, all situate on the S. side of the Thames, the principal entrance to which from the City is by London bridge.
Bottle of Hay Yard, St. John st. Clerkenwell, at 215, about one third of a mile on the L. from Smithfield.
Chirographers Office, Hare Court, Temple, at 2, the back door is op. Brick court, Middle Temple lane, a few yards on the L. from 6, Fleet street.
Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, extends from the S.W. corner of it, to Whitecross st. where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 87, is about one fifth of a mile in length, and is continued by Beech st. and Barbican to 77, Aldersgate st.
Church Row, Stepney Church Yd. is about six houses at the N.E. corner of it; there are a few houses on the W. side of the church yard, from Spring garden place towards the Green, also called by the same name.
Cobbett's Register Office, Bridges Street, Covent Garden, at 10, three doors from York st. nearly op. Drury lane theatre,
Contentment Row, Hoxton, the N. continuation of Gloucester terrace, op. Brit's buildings, about three eighths of a mile on the R. from Old street road, along Pitfield st. and Haberdashers walk.
Cook's (Captain) Alms Houses, Mile End, is about 2 and one eighth miles on the L. from Aldgate pump, op. York pl.
Corbets Court, Gracechurch Street, about seven doors on the R. from Cornhill, towards London bridge.
Corbets Court, Brown's Lane, Spitalfields, at 36, the third on the R. from op. 55, Brick lane, it is continued by Grey eagle st.
Corbets Court, Vine Street. Spitalfields, at 11, leading into the last described.
County Newspaper Office, at 5, Warwick square, being that number of doors on the R. from Warwick lane; here advertisements are taken in for every newspaper in the United Kingdom.
Cow Alley, Free School Street, Horselydown, at 26, near two thirds of a mile on the L. from London bridge along Tooley st. it leads into Goat yard.
Cranes (Three). See Three Cranes.
Crown Court, Liquorpond Street, Leather Lane, at 5, a few doors on the R. from 67, Gray's inn lane, it adjoins Meux's brewery.
Crown Court, Turnagain Lane, Fleet Market, the first on the L. three doors from 36, Fleet market, towards Snow hill.
Crown and Cushion Court, West Smithfield, at 1, the corner of Cow lane, or the last on the R. in Cow lane from Snow hill.
Crown and Shears Place, Rosemary Lane, the first on the L. from the Minories, leading into Worry's court and to 78 in the Minories.
Dark Entry, Lower East Smithfield, at 59, facing Butcher row, leading to Sun yard and 27, Nightingale lane.
Darling Place, Mile End Corner, Dog Row, Bethnal Green, the second on the L. in Dog row, and about seventeen doors from Mile end turnpike.
Dispensary for Relieving the Sick Poor at their own Habitations, at 29, Aldermanbury, about twelve doors on the R. from London wall.
Distaff Lane (Great), Friday Street, at 31, the second on the R. from 36, Cheapside, extends to 32, Old Change, near the S. E. corner of St. Paul's church yard.
Distaff Lane (Little), at 6, about the middle of the S. side of the last, extending to 11, Old Fish street.
Ditchman's Gardens, Old Street Road, the second on the L. from Shoreditch church, or a few yards E. on the R. front the Curtain road.
Doctors Commons, is situate on the S. side St. Paul's church yard, entrance op. 14, Great Knight rider street, and at 1, Bennett's hill.
Downing Street, Westminster, on the S. side of the treasury, by the N. end of King st. or the second on the R. about ¼ of a mile from Charing cross towards Westminster abbey.
Dybal's Buildings, Pear Tree Street, Lambeth Lower Marsh, is behind Pear tree row about the middle of the N. side of the Marsh.
East Place, Lambeth, a part of the W. side of the Surrey road from Westminster bridge, extending from Walnut tree walk to Pownall terrace, about ¾ of a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge.
East Place, East Street, West Square, St. George's Fields, three or four doors on the L. from the S. E. corner of the square.
East Place, Poplar High Street or Road, is about ½ a mile on the R. from the Commercial road, and the first E. from the Harrow Public house, or the King's road.
Eight Houses, Lower Road, Deptford, a row near the three mile stone from London bridge, between China hall and the half way house, about one sixth of a mile from either.
Elbow Lane, Upper Thames Street, the first N. parallel to part of it, near ¼ of a mile W. from London bridge, extending from Dowgate hill to College hill, or the third on the R. from the Mansion house, continuing down Walbrook.
Elbow Lane (Little), Upper Thames Street, at 175, leading into the last above described.
Elbow Lane, Shadwell High Street, the first S. parallel to part of it, say from 23 to 38, extending from New Gravel lane (four doors from High st.) to Farmer st.
Elbow Row, City Gardens, City Road, the first on the L. a few doors from the turnpike by Anderson's Buildings.
Exchange (Corn), Mark Lane. See Corn.
Exchange (Royal). See Royal.
Exchange (Stock). See Stock.
Featherstone Buildings, High Holborn, at 62, on the N. side, eight or nine doors E. from Red lion street, leading into Bedford street.
Featherstone Buildings, Salmon Lane, Limehouse, the first E. parallel to a part of it, the entrance is a few doors on the R. from the Barge river or from the Commercial road.
Ferguson's Rents, Snows Fields, Bermondsey, the first on the L. from 238, Bermondsey st. towards the Borough, about three doors E. from Palmer's Rents.
Fife's Court, Fleet Street, Spitalfields, near the middle of the S. side, between Black bird alley and Ram alley, about ten doors on the R. from George st.
Fire Ball Court, Houndsditch, at 131, about the middle of the N. side, extending to Gravel lane and leading to Harrow alley and Petticoat lane.
Friendly Place, Vine Street, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, about one tenth of a mile on the R. from Belvedere brewery, towards Neptune place, Curtis's halfpenny hatch, and the New cut, Lambeth marsh.
Frith Street, Soho, at the S. W. corner of Soho square, it intersects Old Compton st. at 48, and extends to 52, King st.
Frog Island, Nightingale lane, Limehouse, is at the N. end, near the New cut on the N. side Pool's rope walk.
Fye Foot Lane, Upper Thames Street. See Five Foot.
St. George's Fields, Southwark, a large district in the parish of St. George, about ½ a mile square, of which the Obelisk, Blackfriars road, is nearly in the centre.
George Inn, West Smithfield, behind 16, on the W. side, about eight doors N. from Hosier lane.
George Inn, Aldermanbury, behind 22, about eighteen doors on the L. from London wall, op. Addle st.
George Inn, Borough High Street, behind 70, that number of doors on the L. about one fifth of a mile from London bridge.
George Inn, Snow Hill, behind 82, about six doors from Fleet market towards Smithfield.
George Passage, Pelham Street, Spitalfields, at 30, about the middle of the N. side, or nine doors on the L. from 62, Brick lane.
Gibraltar Fields, Bethnal Green a district now chiefly built upon, situate between the middle of Church st. and Birdcage walk.
Gilham's Court, Hickman's Folly, Dock Head, the second on the L. from Mill st. or from Dock head towards Rotherhithe, it leads into London st.
Goldsmiths Alley, Charles Street, Drury Lane, a small narrow passage about eight doors on the R. from Newton st. Holborn, it leads into Coal yard and Smart's buildings.
Green Harbour Court, Golden Lane, St. Luke's, about ten doors on the R. in Turk's head court from the W. side of Golden lane, it leads to French alley and 21, Goswell street.
Green Lettuce Lane, Cannon St. at 30, nearly op. Abchurch lane, it leads to Lawrence pountney hill, Duck's foot lane, and 145, Upper Thames st.
Gun and Shot Wharf, Tooley Street, at the bottom of Morgan's lane on the R. from 80, Tooley street, about ¼ of a mile below London bridge.
Gut Lane, Poplar. See Dolphin lane.
Hairbrain Street or Court, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, the second on the R. four or five doors from 48, in the said lane, towards 110, Upper East Smithfield.
Half Farthing Alley, Jacob Street, Dock Head, Bermondsey, the third on the R. from Dock head towards Rotherhithe.
Half Moon Alley, Aldersgate Street, at 138, about the middle of the W. side, leading to Bartholomew close and Smithfield.
Half Moon Alley, Whitecross Street, Cripplegate, at 46, on the E. side, about twenty doors from 115, Fore st. it leads to Chapel st. and Grub st.
Half Moon Alley, Little Moor fields, at 16, on the W. side, being the second on the L. about six doors from 61, Fore st.
Harley Street, Cavendish Square, at the N.W. corner of the square, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 79, it extends to Weymouth st. about ¼ of a mile in length.
Harley Street (Upper), the N. continuation of the last described, extending from Weymouth st. to the fields.
Holborn Bars, Holborn, the boundary of the city, by Middle row, op. Gray's inn lane.
Holywell Mount, Shoreditch, there is no particular pile of buildings distinguished by this name, but the neighbourhood around Chapel st. and Holywell row is still called so.
Horse Ferry, Rotherhithe Street, at 118, about ¾ of a mile below the church and 2¼ miles from London bridge by the line of the river, op. Mr. Turner's wharf, Narrow st. Limehouse.
Jamaica Coffee House, St. Michael's Alley, adjoins the church, a few yards on the L. from 43, Cornhill.
Jamaica Level, Bermondsey, is a few houses situate E. from the Blue anchor, but near it, and about ½ a mile from Fort place towards the Mill pond.
Jamaica Place, Commercial Road, Limehouse, is situate between Gill st. and Rich st. a few doors from the church towards the West India docks.
Jamaica Place East, Limehouse, extends from the last described to Gun lane.
Jolly Gardener Court, Lambeth Butts, behind the Jolly Gardener public house, facing Lambeth walk, and leading to Vauxhall walk.
Joseph's Alley, Gravel Lane, Borough, on the W. side, nearly op. Zoar st.
King Court (Three), Whitecross Street, Cripplegate, at 9, about six doors on the R. south from Beech lane.
King Court (Three), Lombard Street, at 33, four doors E. from Clement's lane, it leads to Nag's head court, and 33, Gracechurch street.
King Court (Three), Minories, at 10, the second on the L. ten doors from op. the Church, Aldgate.
King's Arms Yard, Whitecross St. Cripplegate, at 40, the second on the R. about twelve doors from 115, Fore st. there is another of the same name two doors further N.
Kirkman's Place, Tottenham Court Road, at 54, between Windmill street and Goodge street, about one fifth of a mile on the L. from Oxford street.
Kingsgate Street, High Holborn, at 180, about five eighths of a mile on the R. from Fleet market, between Red Lion square and Bloomsbury square, it leads to Gloucester st. and Queen square.
Labour in Vain Court, Old Fish Street Hill, Upper Thames Street, a few doors on the L. from 201, Upper Thames st. it leads to 10, Lambeth hill.
Labour in Vain Hill, Upper Thames Street. See Old Fish Street Hill.
Labour in Vain Street, Shadwell Market, at the S. E. corner, being a few doors S. from 66, Shadwell High st.
Labour in Vain Street (Little), Shadwell, on the S. side Shadwell waterworks, and about three doors from Lower Shadwell.
Lad Court, White Hind Alley, Bankside, Southwark, about the middle of the E. side, viz. between Bankside and Maid lane.
Lad Lane, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 19, the first on the R. from 122, Cheapside, it extends to 17, Milk st.
Leblond's Buildings, William Street, Shoreditch, at 19, the last on the R. from 137, Shoreditch, about four doors from the Curtain road.
Liquor Pond Street, Gray's Inn Lane, at 68, about ¼ of a mile on the R. from Middle row, Holborn, it extends to the N. end of Leather lane.
Magpye Alley, Wentworth Street, Spitalfields, two or three doors E. of Rose lane, and nearly op. Essex st. from 115, Whitechapel High st.
Magpye Court, Aldersgate Street, at 180, nearly op. the Castle and Falcon Inn.
Magpye Court, Shoreditch High Street, at 10, about three eighths of a mile on the R. from Bishopsgate church, it leads to Blossom st.
Major Foubert's Passage, Swallow Street, at 61, op. Conduit st. it extends to 81, King st.
Maunday House Lane, Bethnal Green Road, the last on the L. about a mile from 65, Shoreditch.
Maxwell's Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, two doors on the L. from the N. side of Moorfields.
May's Buildings, Brick Street, Piccadilly, on the N. side, nearly op. Down st.
Merlin's Mechanical Museum, at 11, Princes st. Hanover square, extending to 315, Oxford st.
Mile End New Town, a large district on the N. side of Whitechapel road, bounded on the N. by Bethnal green and on the W. by Spitalfields parishes.
Mile End Old Town, a large district on the N. side the Commercial road, extending W. to Whitechapel church yard.
Mile End Road, the continuation of Whitechapel Road, commencing at the turnpike, about a mile from Aldgate, and extending to Bow.
Money Bag Alley, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, the second on the L. a few doors from 48, Rosemary lane.
Moon Rakers Alley, Great Suffolk Street, Mint, the last on the R. about ¼ of a mile from 80, Blackman st. near Gravel lane.
Nag's Head Court, Knightsbridge, about ½ a mile on the R. from Hyde park corner, and two or three doors E, from the Barracks.
Nag's Head Court, Drury Lane, at 119, about five doors S. from Princes st.
Nag's Head Court, Golden Lane, St. Luke's, the second on the L. about twelve doors from Old st.
Nag's Head Court, Golden Lane, Cripplegate or St. Luke's, two or three doors on the R. from Barbican.
Nag's Head Court, Gracechurch Street, at 34, about one sixth of a mile on the L. from London bridge, it leads to 28, Clement's lane.
Nag's Head Inn, Borough High Street, at 100, and near one third of a mile on the L. from London bridge.
Nag's Head Yard, Oxford Street, at 344, nearly op. Market st. about one third of a mile on the L. from St. Giles's.
Nag's Head Yard, Hackney Road, about five eighths of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church.
Neat Boys Court, Fashion Street, Spitalfields, the third on the R. from 194, Brick lane.
Oatmeal Yard, Dog and Bear Yard, Tooley Street, the last on the R. from 128, E. end of Tooley street.
Obelisk, Fleet Market, at the S. end of it, between Ludgate hill and Fleet st.
Obelisk, Blackfriars Road, St. George's Fields, at the S. end of it, about two thirds of a mile from the bridge.
Obelisk, Lock's Fields, Walworth, at the W. end of Salisbury place and near Neptune place.
Ogle Court, Queen Ann Street East. See Upper Ogle st.
Oxford Rhedarium, Oxford Street, at 29, about one seventh of a mile on the R. from St. Giles's, six doors W. from Rathbone place.
Oxford Street, commences at St. Giles's, and the S. end of Tottenham court road, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 440, extends W, to Tyburn turnpike, where there is 245, about one and two thirds of a mile in length.
Paragon Row, Lock's Fields, Walworth, about the middle of Paragon place.
Pardon Court, Pardon Passage, St. John Street, Clerkenwell, a few yards on the R. from 163, St. John st.
Pardon Passage, St. John Street, Clerkenwell, at 163, about ¼ of a mile on the R. from Smithfield, leading into Wilderness row.
Parietalia Place, Snow's Fields, Borough, about ¼ of a mile on the R. from 109, High st. Borough, along King st.
Police Office, Bow Street, Covent Garden, four doors on the L. from Great Russell street, Covent Garden.
Porridge Pot Alley, Old Street, St. Luke's, at 106, about ten doors on the R. from the church towards Goswell st.
Prescot Street (Great), Goodman's Fields, is op. Goodman's Yard, entering by 60, in the Minories, it extends from the S. end of Mansel st. to Lemon st.
Prescot Street (Little), Goodman's Fields, the continuation of Mansel st. through a narrow passage to Rosemary lane.
Quality Court, Chancery Lane, at 47, about ¼ of a mile on the R. from Fleet st. leading to the Masters in Chancery's office and to Southampton buildings, Holborn.
Ragged Staff Court, Drury Lane, about ten doors on the R. from the W. end of Holborn.
Rahns Place, Church Lane, Whitechapel or St. George's in the East, the second on the R. from 65, Cable st.
Ratcliffe Highway, the E. continuation of Parsons st. and Upper East Smithfield, commencing near the S. E. corner of Wellclose sq. where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 198, it extends to Shadwell High st. about one third of a mile in length.
Rogues Lane, Rotherhithe, leads from Jamaica Level near the Blue anchor, to the St. Helena and Deptford Lower road.
Royal Academy of Arts, Somerset Place, the door on the R. under the archway, entering between 151 and 152, in the Strand.
Royal Antiquarian Society, Somerset Place, the door on the L. under the archway, entering between 151 and 152, in the Strand.
Sally's Alley, London Street, Ratcliffe, at 44, the first on the R. from Queen st. towards Rose lane.
Seymour Place, Lock's Fields, Walworth, about one eighth of a mile on the L. from Walworth High st. or road, along York st. and op. the Rev. Geo. Clayton's chapel.
Short Cut, Hickman's Folly, Dock Head, the second on the R. from Dock head, leading by the Halfpenny hatch towards the Neckinger.
Simon's Buildings, Old Pye Street, Westminster, at 55, the first on the R. from Duck lane.
Sots Hole, Archer Street, Great Windmill Street, Haymarket, a dark narrow passage at the E. end of it, leading into Rupert st.
Sugar Bakers Yard, Duke's Place, the third on the R. along Creechurch lane, from 87, Leadenhall street.
Sugar Loaf Court, Dorset Street, Salisbury Square, at 100, the fifth on the L. from 82, Fleet st.
Swan Inn, (One), Bishopsgate Without, at 180, about twenty doors N. of the church.
Swans Inn (Two), Bishopsgate Without, at 186, about fifteen doors N. of the church.
Swans Inn (Four), Bishopsgate Within, at 82, about eighteen doors S. of the church.
Three Colts Court, Three Colts Street, Limehouse, at 15. Also called New Court.
Three Colts Lane, Hare Street, Bethnal Green, at 80, the first on the R. from 109, Brick lane.
Three Colts Street, Limehouse, on the E. side the church, extending from the Commercial road to the Lime kilns dock.
Three Falcon Court, Fishmongers Alley, High Street, Borough, the first on the R. from 230, near St. Margaret's Hill.
Three Fox Court, Long Lane, West Smithfield, about twelve doors on the L. from 67, West Smithfield.
Three Hammer Alley, Glean Alley, Tooley Street, at the S. end, on the L. entering by 218, Tooley street.
Three Herrings Court, Redcross Street, Cripplegate, at 57, the first on the L. from Barbican.
Tidewaiters Court, Church Street, Minories, a few doors on the L. from 20, in the Minories.
Times Newspaper Office, on the E. side of Printing house square, Water lane, Blackfriars.
Tobit's Dog Coach Office, St. Paul's Church Yard, a door or two on the R. from Ludgate st.
Tripe Yard, Petticoat Lane, a few doors on the R. from 11, Aldgate High st.
Tripe Yard, Petticoat Lane, on the N. side of Cox's square near Wentworth st.
Trotters Ways, Rotherhithe, on the E. side of Cherry garden stairs, about ¼ of a mile above the church.
Unanimous Row, Queen Street, Mile End New Town, a few yards behind 27, Church st. entering op. King st.
Union Place, Alsop's Buildings, New Road, Marybone, near the turnpike, about one eighth of a mile E. of Baker st. North.
Union Place, Curtain Road, a few yards N. of Bateman's Row, entering by 158, Shoreditch.
Union Place, Stepney Green, the second on the R. from Mile end road, leading to Redman's Row.
Vandermeulen's Place, Newington, part of the E. side, between the Elephant & Castle and the church.
Vain Street, Glean Alley, Tooley Street, the first on the L. entering by 218, Tooley st.
Walnut Tree Walk, Walcot Place, Lambeth, the first on the R. near ¼ of a mile from the Three Stags.
Walsh's Buildings, Curtain Road, Shoreditch. See Mill's Court.
Walter's Ways, Rotherhithe, by the entrance to the Surrey Canal.
Water Street, White Friars, the second W. parallel to part of Bridge st. extending from William st. to Tudor st.
Waterman's Alley, Borough, the end of Pepper alley by London bridge.
Young's Buildings, Church Alley, Basinghall Street, the first on the R. from 70, in the said street, or the first on the L. from 19, Aldermanbury.
Yoxall's Wharf, Tooley Street, at the N. end of Mill lane, bearing to the R. from 55, in the said street.
Zion Chapel and Square. See Sion.
Zoar Chapel, Little Ayliffe Street, Goodman's Fields, a few yards from Red lion street, Whitechapel.
Zoar Street, Gravel Lane, Borough, the second street on the L. about one sixth of a mile from Holland st.