London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

John Lockie, a descriptive London Street Directory in 1810 - B.

A Concise Local description of  and Accurate Direction to every Square, Street, Lane, Court, Dock, Wharf, Inn, Public Office, &c. in the Metropolis and its Environs.

TAKEN FROM ACTUAL SURVEY BY JOHN LOCKIE, 1810.

John Lockie 1810 index & next

Babmays Mews, Well Street, street Jamess, is the S. extremity of it from Eagle street, 212 Piccadilly.
Bacchus Walk and Gardens, Hoxton, is at the back of the Bacchus Coffee House, about 1/3 of a mile, N. from Old street road, between Gloucester street and Turner square
Baches Row, Hoxton, is near the N. side of Charles square, and Champions vinegar ground, and is the second on the R. in Craven buildings from the City road, the opposite side the street is called Charles place.
Back Alley, St Catherines, is the second on the L. in Garden street, from street Catherines lane.
Back Bear Alley. See Bear.
Back Court, Cloth Fair, West Smithfield, is the first on the L. in it, from 60 West Smithfield, a few doors further on the R. there is another court called by the same name.
Back Court or Yard, White Cross Street, Borough, is at the corner of it, and of Peter street Mint.
Back Hill, Leather Lane, Holborn, is the N. continuation of it on the R. leading to Ray street and Clerkenwell green.
Back Lane, St Pancras, is at the back of Church terrace, leading to Vernons buildings and Battle bridge.
Back Lane, Bethnal Green, is the first E. parallel to the green, also the N. continuation of Globe lane, leading to Blue Anchor Lane and Hackney road.
Back Lane, St Georges in the East, the E. continuation of the New road and Cable street also N. parallel to Ratcliffe Highway, extending to King Davids lane and Sun Tavern fields.
Back Lane, Poplar, is on the S. side of the main road or street, extending from the Commercial road by the West India docks to nearly op. North street.
Back Roll Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, is six doors on the L. in it from Moorfields.
Back Street, Horsleydown, the E. continuation of Tooley street, on the L. leading into Broad street
Back Street, Poplar, the first N. parallel to the main road or street, extending from Wades place to Finch yard, is nearly op Dolphin lane, and about 1/3 of a mile E. from the Commercial road.
Back Walk, Lambeth, the first S. parallel to Narrow wall, near Upper Ground and Broad wall, Christ church.
Bacon Street (Great), Bethnal Green, the first S. parallel to Church street near Shoreditch, extending from the middle of Club row to 140 Brick lane.
Bacon Street (Little), Bethnal Green, is N. parallel to Great Bacon street extending from 141 Brick lane to Swan street.
Badger Court, Shoreditch, at 43, Ditto, near Webb square and about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church towards Bishopsgate.
Badger Yard, Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell, at 55, leading to the middle of St Johns square.
Bagnige or Bagnage House. Coldbath Fields. See Bagnige Wells.
Bagnige Placc, Pentonville, is a few houses on the R. between Bagnige Wells and Penton street
Bagnige Wells, Coldbath Fields, is about a mile N. from Clerkenwell green, on the L. or W. side of the road to Pentonville, and near of a mile N. from the House of Correction.
Bagnio Court, Newgate Street, at 75, the second on the R. about eighteen doors from Cheapside.
Bailey s Court, Bell Yard, Temple Bar, is op. 17, the first on the L. and about seventeen doors from 205 Fleet street
Baileys Court, Cock Hill, Shoreditch, is the first on the L. in it from Webb square towards Anchor street the entrance to Webb square is at 48 Shoreditch.
Baileys Place, Tower Hill, is the S. continuation of the Minories by the New Mint, leading from Little Tower Hill to Upper East Smithfield.
Bainbridge Street, St Giles, is facing the E. end of Oxford street, extending from the S. end of Tottenham court road to Dyot street.
Bakers Alley, Tooley Street, is the N. parallel to that part of if which is between 81 and 95, extending from Green bank to Stoney lane.
Bakers Buildings, Old Bethlem, at 19, four doors on the L. from 4, Broad street buildings.
Bakers Buildings, Rotherhithe, a few doors on the R. below the King and Queen, under an archway, about 1/2 a mile E. of Rotherhithe church.
Bakers Court, Holborn, at 149, nearly op. Middle row, and about a 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market.
Bakers Court, East Street, Manchester square, is the first on the L. in it from Blandford street leading into Blandford mews.
Bakers Court, Half Moon Street, Bishopsgate, is the fifth on the L. from 170, Bishopsgate without, and two doors from Rose and Crown alley, Moorfields.
Bakers Court, Castle Street, Bethnal Green, is six doors on the L. in it from the E. end of Austin street the back of Shoreditch church.
Bakers Court,. Rosemary Lane, is at 105, about the middle of the N. side of it.
Bakers Dock, Surrey Side of Blackfriars Bridge, is between the Northumberland wharf and the Falcon wharf, on the E. side of the bridge.
Bakers Hall, Harp Lane, Great Tower Street, at 16, about six doors on the R. from 77 Lower Thames Street.
Bakers Lane, Neat Houses, Chelsea, is between Turpentine lane and Willow walk, leading from the public house, called the Monster, to the Thames.
Bakers Mews, Baker Street, Portman Square, is five doors on the R. from the N. E. corner of the square.
Bakers Row, Whitechapel Road, at 94, op. Cannon street New road, leading to Mile End New town and Spitalfields.
Bakers Row, Walworth, is part of the N. side of the main street or road, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, extending from Prospect row to Albion place.
Bakers Row, Coppice Row, Clerkenwell, is the second coach turning in it on the L. from the Sessions house towards Pentonville, extending from the N. side the Workhouse to Warner street
Baker Street, Portman Square, the N. continuation of Orchard street, from 197 Oxford street extending from the N.E. corner of Portman sq. to York place and leading to the New road, total distance from Oxford street about 1/2 a mile.
Baker Street (Upper) Marylebone, is the N. continuation of York place and Baker street extending from David street to the New road, about ten houses.
Baker Street North, New Road, Marylebone. is opposite Upper Baker street by the turnpike, leading from the New road to Park place and the fields
Baldwins Court, Cloak Lane, at 18, the second on the L. from 67 Queen street, Cheapside.
Baldwins Gardens, Leather Lane, Holborn, at 77, leading to 32 Grays inn lane, about of a mile in length.
Baldwins Place. Baldwins Gardens, at 48, about the middle of the N. side, leading into Tash street and Grays inn lane.
Baldwins Street, Old Street, St Lukes, at 104, a few doors W. of the church, leading to 14 Mitchell street.
Ball Alley, Sherbourn Lane, at 5, nearly op. the Post office yard, it is a dark passage leading into St Swithins lane.
Ball Alley, Long Alley, Moorfields, the continuation of Rose & Crown court from the N. E. corner of Moorfields, leading into Long alley, op. Calender yard.
Ball Alley, or Bell Court, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, at 43, op. Webb square leading into Farthing street.
Ball Alley, Lombard Street, at 50, nine doors on the R. from Gracechurch street, leading into George yard.
Ball Court or Yard, Golden Lane, street Lukes, is about the middle of the W. side, is continued by Great Arthur street and New street to 10 Goswell street.
Ball Court, Giltspur Street, West Smithfield, at 15, the second on the R. from Newgate street towards Smithfield.
Ball Court, Sampsons Gardens, Wapping, at the E. end of Redmaids lane, on the W. side of the London docks.
Ball Court, Cornhill, at 38, three doors E. from Birchin lane.
Ball Court, Jury Street, Aldgate, at 15, near Crutched friars, also a few doors S. of George street from 142, in the Minories.
Ball Court, White Horse Street, Ratcliffe, at 3, the first on the L. from Butcher row, towards the Commercial road.
Ball Court, street Catherines Lane, the second on the R. and a few doors from 50 Upper East Smithfield.
Banbury Court, Long Acre, at 26, op. Mercer street, twenty six doors on the R. from street Martins lane, leading into Hart street Covent garden.
Bangor Court, Shoe Lane, at 63, the back of street Andrews church, Holborn hill.
Bangor Court, High Street, Borough, at the end of New court, from 155, by St Georges church.
Bank Buildings, is facing the S. front of the Bank of England, extending from Mansion house street to Bank street.
Bank Court, Blue Anchor Alley, St Lukes, is about an equal distance on the S. side from 109 Bunhill row, and 99 Whitecross street.
Bank End, Southwark, the E. end of Bankside See Ditto.
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 street to Willow. street by which it is continued to Holland street, Blackfriars bridge.
Bank Street, Cornhill, is opposite 14, leading to the S. entrance of the Bank of England, the Sun Fire office forming one side of it.
Banner Street, St Lukes, the first S. parallel to Old street, extending from 130 Whitecross street to 80 Bunhill row, it is continued by Featherstone street to the City. road.
Banner Square, street Lukes, is part of Banner street, about the middle of it on both sides.
Baptist Head Coffee House, Fountain. court, Aldermanbury, two doors from Cateaton street on the R.
Baptist Head Coffee House, Chancery Lane, 77, the middle of the W. side near Chichester rents.
Baptist Head Court, Whitecross Street, Cripplegate, at 50, op. Bowling alley, the fourth on the R. in it from Fore street
Barbers Buildings, Bell Alley, Golden Lane, Cripplegate, the second on the R. in it from Golden lane.
Barbers Hall, Monkwell Street, is facing Fell street from 70, Wood street, Cheapside.
Barbican, extends from 77 Aldersgate street, op. Long lane, to Redcross street, and Golden lane, it is continued E. by Beech street, and Chiswell street to Finsbury sq.
Barbican Court, Barbican, at 68, two doors on the L. from Aldersgate street.
Barge House Alley, Upper Ground Christ Church, Surrey, is op. Broad wall, and about 1/4 of a mile on the R. West from Blackfriars bridge, leading to Old Barge stairs.
Barge (Old) Stairs, the termination of the last described.
Barge Yard, Bucklersbury, at 20, six doors on the L. from the Mansion house.
Barking Church Yard, Seething Lane, Tower Street, at 26, leading into Great Tower hill, or Trinity square.
Barley Court, Smarts Buildings, St Giles, is the second on the L. from 183 High Holborn, by Coal yard.
Barley Mow Court, High Street, Whitechapel, at 39, nine doors E. on the R. from Red Lion street
Barley Mow Passage, Cloth Fair, is the first on the L. from 60 West Smithfield, leading into Long lane.
Barlow Mews, Bruton Street, Berkeley Square, at 4, the first en the L. from 146, New Bond street
Barlow Street, Marylebone, is the first W. parallel to that part of High street which is between 83, and 98, extending from Little Barlow street to 15 Paradise street
Barlow Street (Little), Marylebone, at 98 High street extending to North street and is the first N. parallel to South street Manchester square.
Barnard s Inn, Holborn, at 23, S. side, leading to 85 Fetter lane.
Barnes Alley, Booth Street, Spitalfields, at 14, the first on the R. from 50 Brick lane.
Barnes or Barns Buildings, Castle lane, Whitechapel, is the first on the L. from 124, Whitechapel, leading into Tusons buildings and Wentworth street.
Barns Court, Gravel Lane, Houndsditch, is at the end of Fire Ball court, from 131 Houndsditch.
Barnes Place, Mile End Road, is part of the S. side of it , adjoining the E. side the turnpike, extending from Epping place to Harlow place.
Barnes Place, Walworth Common, is situate on the L. from the S. corner of Surrey square, opposite Westmorland row by Providence street.
Barne Place, Lambeth Lower Marsh, is on the N. side, at nearly equal distances from Blackfriars road and Westminster bridge road, it extends from Pear Tree row to James street;
Barnes Terrace, Lambeth Lower Marsh, is the N. parallel to part of James street, the entrance is through a small passage by the Pin Workers arms public house.
Baron or Barron Street, Pentonville, is about 1/8 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.
Barons Buildings, street Georges Fields, is the third on the L. in Webber street from Blackfriars road by the Magdalen Hospital, leading into Tower street and Westminster bridge road.
Barons Place, Blackfriars Road, the second on the L. in Webber street, from the Magdalen Hospital, towards Lambeth marsh.
Barons Place (Little), Barons Buildings, St Georges Fields, at 40, the first on the R. from Webber street.
Barracks, Knightsbridge. is about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Hyde park turnpike down a gateway, by the Grenadier public house.
Barracks, Knightsbridge, for Cavalry, the large building beyond the Brompton road, about 1/2 mile on the R. from Hyde park corner.
Barracks, Pimlico, op. 8, Queens row, behind Buckingham house, and about of a mile from it.
Barracks,  St James's Park, on the S. E. side of Buckingham gate, near the Queens palace.
Barrack Office, New Street, Spring Garden, at 20, a few yards on the L. from 52 Charing cross, towards St James's park.
Barrets Court, Cavendish Square, is the continuation of Jees court, from 163 Oxford street, is near a mile on the R. from St Giles and extends from 2 Henrietta street, to 27 Wigmore street.
Barrets Rents, Whites Yard, Rosemary Lane, the third on the L. from 58 Rosemary lane, towards Upper East Smithfield.
St Bartholomew the Less Church, at the back of 41 West Smith field, a few yards on the L. in the entrance to the Hospital.
Bartholomew the Great Church, Bartholomew Close, West Smithfield, nine doors on the R. in Cloth fair from 60 West Smithfield.
St Bartholomew Church, Bartholomew Lane, on the E. side of the Bank of England, and N, side of the Royal Exchange.
Bartholomew Close, West Smithfield, the fourth on the R. in Little Britain from 175 Aldersgate street, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 94, there is another entrance at 56, on the E. side of Smithfield.
Bartholomew Close (Little), is part of the N. end of the last, near Long lane.
Bartholomew Court, Throgmorton Street, is two doors on the R. from Bartholomew lane, on the E. side of the Bank.
St Bartholomews Hospital, Giltspur street, the entrance of West Smithfield, a few yards on the R. from Newgate street and the Old Bailey, it extends to Little Britain, where there is another entrance.
Bartholomew Lane, the E. side of the Bank of England, extending from the Royal Exchange to Throgmorton street.
Bartholomew Place, Bartholomew Close, at 38, near New street
Bartlets Buildings, Holborn Hill, at 50, op. Hatton garden, leading to 60 Fetter lane.
Bartlets Buildings Richmond Street, St Lukes, the first on the R. a few doors from Pest house row, by St Lukes hospital.
Bartlets Court, Holborn Hill, at 53, nearly op. Hatton Garden.
Bartlets Gardens, John Street, Curtain Road, the first on the R. from the W. end of William street entering by 136 Shoreditch.
Bartlets Passage, Fetter lane, at 60, leading to 10 Bartlets buildings, and Holborn Hill.
Barton Court, Hoxton is about 1/3 of a mile from Old street road on the R. in Hoxton High street or road, near the Hare Public house.
Barton Street, Westminster, the second on the L. in College street, from 18 Abingdon street, near the Abbey, leading into Cowley street and Wood street.
Basing House, Kingsland Road, op. Union street about 1/7 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Basing Lane, Bread Street, at 40, the second on the L. from 47, Cheapside, leading to 16, Bow lane.
Basing Place, Kingsland Road, is the first on the left, N. from Union street, by the Turnpike, about 1/7 of a mile from Shoreditch church.
Basinghall Street, Cateaton Street, at 29, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 87, extending to London wall.
Basingball Strcet (New), is the N. continuation of Basingball street, from London Wall, to 34, Fore street, Cripplegate.
Basket Alley, Golden Lane, St Lukes, the first on the L. a few doors from Old street, is continued by Whites yard, to 155 Whitecross street.
Batchelor Place, Pentonville, is on the N. side of the road, between the Turnpike,, extending from Pleasant place to Maiden lane, Battle bridge.
Batchelor Place, Borough Road, St Georges Fields, forms part of the S. side of it, and is the first row on the L. from the Kings bench towards the Obelisk.
Batemans Buildings, Soho Square, at 27, on the S. side leading into Queen street, and is between Frith street and Greek street.
Batemans Buildings, Blue Anchor Alley, Bunhill Row, is the first on the R. from 108 Bunhill row, towards 98 White Cross street
Batemans Row, Shoreditch, at 159, leading to the Curtain road, about the middle of the E. side.
Bates Row, Lisson Green, near Paddington, a few small houses by the side of the nursery, forming the N. parallel to Mitcham street, and about of a mile distant from it.
Bath Buildings, Kingsland Road, is at the extremity of Bath gardens, from Kingsland road on the R. leading to the Hare walk, Hoxton.
Bath Court, Cold Bath Square, Cold Bath Fields, at 10, on the S. E. side of the square, near the House of Correction, leading into Great Warner street.
Bath Gardens, Kingsland Road, the entrance is by a narrow passage leading from Reputation row, op. Ironmongers Alms houses, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Bath Place, Brook Street, Lambeth, is part of the E. side of it, at the end next West square.
Bath Place, Fitzroy Square, is a part of the N. side of the New road, extending from Hampstead road to Quickset row.
Bath Place, London Road, street Georges Fields, is the second on the L. from the Obelisk toward the Elephant and Castle.
Bath Row, Cold Bath Fields, at 6 Cold Bath Square, leading into Bakers row, by Clerkenwell workhouse.
Bath Street (Great), Cold Bath Fields, is the N. continuation of Eyre street and Leather lane, Holborn, extending from Great Warner street to Coppice row, by Clerkenwell workhouse.
Bath Street (Little), Cold Bath Fields, is the end of Great Bath Street, which connects it with Eyre street.
Bath Street, Hackney Road, is about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church, and the first N. from Alports nursery.
Bath Street, St Lukes, is the N. continuation of Pesthouse row, from 66 Old street by the Hospital, leading towards the City road.
Bath Terrace, St Georges in the East, is part of the N. side of the New road or Back lane, near Cannon street turnpike, at the corner of Anthony street.
Battle Bridge, St Pancras, at the N. end of Grays Inn lane, near a mile from Holborn, and W. end of Pentonville, near 3/4 of a mile from the Angel, Islington.
Battle Bridge, Mill Lane, Tooley Street, is the end of it, next the Thames, about 1/10 of a mile from 55, Tooley street.
Battle Bridge Stairs, Mill Lane, Tooley Street, about 1/6 of a mile below London Bridge. See the last
Battys Court, Battys Street, Commercial road, is a part of Queens Court, leading into King street.
Battys Gardens, Commercial Road, is the first on the L. in Church lane, Whitechapel, from the Commercial road, toward Wellclose square leading to Berner street
Battys Street, Commercial Road, the second on the right, E. from Church. lane, and is between King street and Berner street, op. Greenfield street.
Bayles Court, Strand, at 111, op. Adam street, Adelphi, leading to 18 Maiden lane, Covent garden.
Bayles Court, Cable Street, Goodmans Fields, at 69, three doors W. of Church lane, nearly op. Wellclose square.
Bayleys Ways, Rotherhithe, or Bermondsey Wall, is a few yards on the left, E. from St Saviours dock, near a mile E. from London bridge.
Baynes Court, Cold Bath Square, Cold Bath Fields, at 4, on the S. W. side leading into 15 Great Warner street.
Baynes Row, Cold Bath Fields, is on the S. E. side of the House of Correction, about 1/4 of a mile N. from Clerkenwell green, on the L. extending from Coppice row to Great Warner street.
Baynes Row (Little), Cold Bath Fields, is behind numbers 1 to 4, the S. W. side of Cold Bath square, extending from Baynes court to Bath court.
Beak Street, Swallow Street, at 44, about the middle of the E. side, it is continued by Silver street, Golden square, to Little Windmill street.
Beals Wharf, Battle Bridge, Tooley Street, about of a mile below London bridge. See Battle Bridge.
Bean Street, Higlers Lane, or Street, St Georges Fields, is the 5th on the R. from Blackfriars road, and the third on the L. from Great Suffolk street in the op. direction.
Bear Alley, Fleet Market, at 27, about the middle of the E. side, leading to Sea Coal lane, Snow hill.
Bear Alley (Back Ditto), is the first on the R. in Bear alley, and a few doors from 27 Fleet market.
Bear Court, Bear Lane, Christ Church, Surrey, is about the middle of the E. side of it, op. Union place.
Bear Court, Knightsbridge, See Nags Head court.
Bear Gardens, Bankside, Southwark, is about of a mile W. from London bridge, leading into Maid lane, the first E. from Thames street.
Bear Gardens Stairs, Bankside, at Bear Gardens. See the last article.
Bear Inn, Basinghall Street, at 31, op. the church, about twenty doors on the L. from London wall.
Bear Lane, Christ Church, Surrey, the second E. parallel to part of Blackfriars road, extending from George street to near Church street, also the continuation of Green walk, from Holland street, by the bridge.
Bear Quay (New), Lower Thames Street, opposite 70, about 1/6 of a mile, E. from London bridge.
Bear Quay (Old), Lower Thames Street, is the next on the E. side to New ditto.
Bear and Ragged Staff Court, Whitecross Street, St Lukes, at 176, about 1/7 of a mile N. on the L. from Chiswell street.
Bear and Ragged Staff Mews, Curzon Street, May Fair, is the first E. parallel to a part of it, viz. from numbers 22 to 35, on the W. side the Chapel.
Bear Street, Leicester Square, at 18, the N. E. corner, leading into Castle street.
Bear Yard, Lincolns Inn Fields, at the S. W. corner leading to 35 Vere street, and to Clare market.
Bear Yard, High Street, Lambeth, the 5th on the R. from the church, leading into Fore street.
Bear Yard, Long Walk, Bermondsey, is about three doors on the L. in it from Bermondsey square towards Rotherhithe.
Bearbinder Lane, Mansion House, is on the E. side of it, leading to 4 St Swithins lane.
Beardhams Rooms, Hoxton Town, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. north from Old street road.
Beast Lane, Stepney. See Bull lane.
Beauchamp Street, Brooks Market, forms the S. side of it, and is the second N. parallel to part of Holborn, extending from 90 Leather lane, to Brooks street
Beaufort Buildings, Strand, at 95, nearly opposite Southampton street Covent garden.
Beaufort Wharf, Strand, at the bottom of Cecil street, between Salisbury and Brownings wharfs.
Beaumonts Buildings, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, the third on the L. from 48 Rosemary lane.
Beaumonts Buildings, Cannon Street New Road, is part of the L. side of it, commencing at Lower Chapman street, and extending towards the Commercial road.
Beaumont Mews, Weymouth Street, Marylebone, at 22, W. end of it, op. Little Marylebone street, a few yards from High street.
Beaumont Row, Tottenham Court Road, is the E. parallel to a part of it, extending from Tottenham place to the New. road near the turnpike.
Beaumont Street, Marylebone, commences at 16 Weymouth street and leads to High. street, near the New road, the easiest way to it, from Oxford street, is by continuing N. from Vere street, 151 Oxford street.
Beavtons Repository, Silver Street, Golden Square, at 24, opposite John street.
Beckford Row, Charles Street, Bethnal Green Road, is the first on the R. from the road, nearly op. Wilmot square, and about of 3/4 a mile from 65 Shorcditch.
Beckford Row, Walworth, is part of the S. W. side of the High street or road, near 5/8 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, extending from East lane, towards Kings row.
Beckford row, Kennington Common, is on the W. side nearly opposite the Greyhound on the Clapham road.
Becks Rents, Rosemary Lane, at 19, the third on the R. from the Minories and Tower hill.
Bedford Arms, Bedford Square, is in Charlotte street, by the S. E. corner of the square, here is kept an alphabetic list of the names of all the Inhabitants in the square.
Bedford Bury, St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, is the first E. parallel to a part of it, extending from 53 Chandos street, to 10 New street, Covent garden.
Bedford Court, Bedford Street, Convent Garden, at 10, opposite Henrietta street, and leading to 63 Chandos street
Bedford Court, Angel Court, Strand, the first on the R. from 335 Strand, nearly op. Somerset house.
Bedford Court, New North Street, Red Lion Square, at 28, nine doors on the L. from 56 Theobalds road.
Bedford Court, Russell Street, Rotherhithe, the first on the L. from Greenland dock, op. Randall and Brents dock yard.
Bedford Head Yard, Upper King Street, Bloom (bury, at 5, the second on the R. from 120 High Holborn.
Bedford Passage, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, at 56, facing North street at the back of Whitfields chapel, Tottenham court road.
Bedford Place, Bloomsbury Square, extends from the middle of the N. side, to 51 Russell square.
Bedford Place (Upper), Russell Square, extends from W, to Tavistock square and is op. the last
Bedford Place, Rotherhithe. is on the E. side of the lower road to Deptford, commencing near the E. end of Paradise row.
Bedford Row, is the N. continuation of Brownlow street, from 50 High Holborn, bearing a little to the L. also the first E. parallel to part of Red Lion street extending from Bedford street to the Kings road.
Bedford Square, is in the parish of St Giles, except part of the E. side, which is in Bloomsbury, it is about 1/4 of a mile W. from the N. corner of Bloomsbury square and near the E. end of Oxford street communicating with Tottenham court road by Tavistock street, and Bedford street.
Bedford Street, Tottenham Court Road, at 30, near Oxford street leading into Bedford square.
Bedford Street, Strand, at 403, leading to King street on the W. side of Covent Garden.
Bedford Street, Red Lion Street, Holborn, is the first on the R. from 71 High Holborn, extending to Bedford row.
Bedford Street, Leather Lane, Holborn, is the N. continuation of it, bearing to the L. and leading to Vine street.
Bedford Street, Locks Fields, Walworth, is the second street parallel to Richmond place, East lane, extending from Camden street to Nelsons place by Salisbury place.
Bedlem. See Bethlem.
Bee Hive Court, Little street Thomas Apostle, at 15, five doors from 68 Queen street Cheapside.
Beech Street, Barbican, is the E. continuation of it from 77 Aldersgate street and the W. continuation of Chiswell street from Finsbury square at the N. end of Redcross street from Wood street Cheapside.
Beech Lane, Beech Street , Barbican, is about the middle of the S. side leading into Whitecross Street, at No. 3.
Beer Lane, Great Tower Street, at 37, the first on the L. from Tower hill, op. Seething lane, leading to 53, Lower Thames street op. the Custom house.
Belgrave Buildings, Pimlico, is at the back of 6, Lower Belgrave place. See Ditto.
Belgrave House, Millbank Row, Westminster, the last house on the R. towards Chelsea.
Belgrave Place, East Lane, Walworth, the first N. parallel to Little Richmond place and near to it, is nearly op. Camden street and the chapel, East lane.
Belgrave Place (Lower), Pimlico, is part of the W. side of the high street or road, which leads from Buckingham gate to Chelsea, about I of a mile en the R. from Buckingham gate.
Belgrave Place (Upper), Pimlico, the S. continuation of the last towards Chelsea. See Ditto.
Belgrave Terrace, Pimlico, the S. continuation of the last towards Chelsea, but terminating at the Bridge row near Ranelagh walk.
Bell Alley, Goswell Street, at 13, leading into Turks head court, Golden lane, Barbican.
Bell Alley, Golden lane, Cripplegate, is the fifth on the L. from Barbican, leading into Vine yard.
Bell Alley ( Great), Coleman Street, at 56, the fourth on the R. from Lothbury, leading to Little Bell Alley.
Bell Alley (Little), London Wall, commence ; at Leathersellers buildings, op. Bethlem hospital, extending to Great Bell alley, and leading to the Bank by Tokehhouse yard, and by Angel court to Throgmorton street
Bells Buildings, Salisbury Square, Fleet. Street, is about twelve doors on the L. from 82 Fleet street.
Bell Court or Yard, Hay Market, at 70, about six doors from the Opera house, leading to Market, lane.
Bell Court, Grays Inn Lane, at 22, the third on the R. from Holborn, leading to Brooks market.
Bell Court, Golden Lane, is the first on the R. in Wooden World court, from Bell alley, Golden lane.
Bell Court, Grub Street, Cripplegate, is near the N. end of it, the first on the R. from the chapel towards Chiswell street
Bell Court, Foster Lane, Cheapside, at 20, op. Maiden Lane, Wood street.
Bell Court, Great Knight Rider Street, Doctors Commons, is the first on the L. in Bell yard, from behind Great Carter lane.
Bell Court, Walbrook, is about three doors on the R. in it from the Mansion house.
Bell Court, Long Alley .Moorfields, is about five doors S. on the R. from Crown St towards Moorfields.
Bell Court, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, at 43, op. Webb square from 47, Shoreditch, leading into Farthing street.
Bell Court, St Catherines lane, Tower Hill, is the first on the L. and a few doors from 50 Upper East Smithfield.
Bell Court, Fenchurch Street, at 163, the second on the L. and twelve doors from Gracechurch street
Bell Court, Mincing Lane, at 26, seven doors on the R. from 82 Great Tower street.
Bell Court, Bermondsey Street, at 108, the fourth on the R. from the church, towards Tooley Street
Bell Court, Star Corner, Bermondsey, is a few yards S. of the church yard, nearly op. Long lane, leading to Bermondsey square.
Bell Inn, Hay Market, at 70, six doors N. of the Opera house.
Bell Inn (Old), Holborn, at 123, nearly op. Fetter lane, about 1/7 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market.
Bell and Crown, Holborn, at 138, next E. to Furnivals Inn, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market.
Bell Inn, West Smithfield, at 70, the N. E. corner, between Long lane and street John street
Bell Inn, Warwick Lane, is about eight doors on the L. from 10 Newgate street, N. W. corner of Newgate market.
Bell Inn, Friday Street, at 13, a few doors on the R. from 36, Cheapside.
Bell Inn, Bell Yard, Gracechurch Street, a few doors on the R. in it, from 12 Gracechurch street
Bell Inn, Kent Street, Borough , is near the E. end of it, about | a mile on the R. from St Georges church.
Bell Inn, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 86, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from 122 Cheapside, three doors S. from Silver street
Bell Lane, Spitalfields, the first E. parallel to Petticoat lane, extending from Wentworth street to Raven row.
Bells Messenger News Paper Office, Southampton Street, Covent Garden, at 39, the first house on the L. from 388 Strand.
Bell Place, Limehouse. See Five.
Bell Place, Princes Row, Mile End New Town, is the first on the L. from Bakers row, entering at 94 Whitechapel road.
Bells Rents, Snows Fields, Borough, the first on the L. in Tattle court, from 247 Bermondsey street
Bell Savage, Ludgate Hill, at 37, the first on the L. from Fleet market.
Bell Square, St Martin le Grand, at 51, the fourth on the R. from Newgate street leading to 20 Foster lane, Cheapside.
Bell Square, Broken Row, Moorfields, at 6, on the E. side of Moorfield.
Bell Street, Paddington, is between Lisson place and Chapel street extending from Lisson green to the Edgware road.
Bell Wharf Passage, Upper Thames Street, is op. 177, near Dowgate hill.
Bell Wharf, Upper Thames Street, is op. 177, between Joiners hall buildings and Queen street 1/4 of a mile W. from London bridge.
Bell Wharf, Rotherhithe, or Bermondsey Wall, a few doors below East lane stain, about a mile E. from London bridge.
Bell Wharf Stairs, Ratcliffe, by Bell wharf, the E .end of Shadwell High street, and W. end of Cock hill.
Bell Yard, Fleet Street, at 201, by Temple bar, leading to Carey street.
Bell Yard, Haymarket. See Bell Court.
Bell Yard, Drury Lane, at 178, op. Shorts gardens near Holborn.
Bell Yard, Mount Street, Grosvenor square, at 58, W. end, about half a dozen doors from Park street leading into Reeves mews.
Bell Yard, Great Carter Lane, Doctors Commons, at 10, leading to 15, Great Knight rider street.
Bell Yard, Gracechurch street, at 12, the third on the R. from Cornhill, leading to Castle court, and 24 Birchin lane.
Bell Yard, Fish Street Hill, at 13, op. the Monument, near London bridge.
Belmont Place, Vauxhall, is a row on the R. hand side of the road, about of a mile S. from the Turnpike, nearly op. the 3 mile stone from Cornhill.
Belmont Row, Belmont Place, Vauxhall, the first on the right, S. from the Turnpike, leading towards Nine elms and Battersea fields.
Belton Street (New), is the N. continuation of Old ditto, leading through Bow yard to 37 Broad street St Giles.
Bebon Street (Old), Long Acre, is the N. continuation of Hanover street from 96 Long Acre, extending from Castle street, to New Belton street.
Belvedere Brewery, Vine Street, Lambeth, is facing the end of it from Narrow wall.
Belvedere Buildings, Belvedere Place, street Georges Fields, at 45, nearly op. the Kings bench, leading to King street.
Belvedere House, Pentonville, at the corner of Penton street op. the New river reservoir.
Belvedere House, Borough Road, the first house in Belvedere place, from the Borough road.
Belvedere Place, St Georges Fields , on the W. side of the Kings bench, extending from the Borough road to Great Suffolk street is about 1/8 of a mile in length.
Belvedere Row, Belvedere Place, St Georges Fields, is at the N. end by Great Suffolk street is continued by Higlers lane, or street, to Blackfriars road.
Belvedere Row, Pedlars Acre, or Narrow Wall, Lambeth, is part of the E. or land side of it near 1/3 of a mile on the right from
Westminster bridge, by College street, and Coads artificial stone manufactory.
Bembers Rents, Golden Lane, St Lukes, the second on the R. a few doors from. Old street is continued by French alley to 21 Goswell street.
Benchers Folly, Kings Bench Walk, street Georges Fields, is a part of the E. side of it, a few doors on the R. from Higlers lane.
Bencrofts Alms Houses, Mile End Road, is about 1 3/4 mile on the L. from Aldgate pump.
Bencrofts Place, Mile End Road, is op. the Alms houses, ditto, leading towards Stepney. See the last described.
Benjamin Street, Clerkenwell, the first on the R. in Turnmill street, from Cow cross, West Smithfield, is continued by George court, to St Johns lane.
Bennets Alms Houses, St Peters Hill, Upper Thames street is a few doors on the the L. from 216 Thames street.
St Bennets, Gracechurch, the corner of Fenchurch street and Gracechurch street nearly op. Lombard street.
St Bennets Church, Upper Thames Street, by 217, the corner of St Bennets hill.
St Benedict, or St Benet Fink Church, Threadneedle Street, about two or three doors E. from the north side of the Royal Exchange.
Bennets Buildings, Lower Kennington Lane, the second on the R. and about 1/8 of a mile from Newington on the W. side of Ebenezer place.
Bennets Court, Drury Lane, at 111. See Granby buildings.
Bennets Court, George Street, Bethnal Green, is two doors S. from Spicer street, Brick lane.
Benncts Court, White Street, Borough, at 41, the first on the R. from St Georges Church, towards Long lane.
St Bennets Hill, Upper Thames Street, at 17, the second on the L. from Earl street leading into Godliman street and 15 St Pauls church yard.
Bennets Place, Bethnal Green Road, the first E. parallel to Pollards row , N. end of Pollard street about 5/8 of a mile on the L. from 65 Shoreditch.
Bennets Row, St Georges Fields, is on the E. side of Blackfriars road, the second en the L. from Surrey chapel, towards the Obelisk, leading into Gravel lane, about 1/8 of a mile in length.
Bennet Street, St James's Street, at 54, the first on the R. from 163 Piccadilly, leading into Arlington street.
Bennet Street, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, at 87, the first on the L. from Windmill street, Tottenham court road, leading to Upper Rathbone place.
Bennet Street, Christ Church, the first W. parallel to part of Blackfriars road, extending from Upper ground,, by the Bridge, to Christ church yard.
Bennets Yard, Tufton Street, Westminster, at 41, leading to 13 Marsham street near St Johns church.
Bensons Wharf, Shad Thames, is nearly op. King street, Horsleydown, about 2/3 of a mile E. from London bridge.
Bentleys Buildings, Great Guildford Street, Borough, is at the N. end by Maid lane.
Bentinck Chapel, Lisson Street, Lisson Green, at the corner of Chapel street op. Welshs Floor cloth manufactory.
Bentinck Mews, Marylebone Lane, at 27, about 1/4 of a mile on the right from 157 Oxford street
Bentinck Street, Welbeck Street, Marylebone, at 55 Welbeck street leading to 28 Marylebone lane, near of a mile from 157 Oxford Street, and is continued by Hinde street to Manchester square,
Bentinck Street, Berwick Street, Oxford Street, at 82, about the middle of the W. side, 6 doors N. from Broad street.
Benton Place, New Street, Dock Head, a few doors on the L. from Russell street towards Fair street and Tooley Street.
Berkeley Court, Berkeley Street, Clerkenwell, is the second on the L, from 18, street Johns lane and about four doors on the R. from 49 Red lion street in the op. direction.
Berkeley Mews, Berkeley Street, Portman Square, five doors W. from Portman square, leading to 5 Upper Seymour street.
Berkeley Square, at the W. end of Bruton street from 146, New Bond street the S. end of Davis street from 292 Oxford street and the N. end of Berkeley street from 76 Piccadilly.
Berkeley Street, Piccadilly, at 76, about the middleof the N. side, op. the Green park, leading to Berkeley square, about of a mile in length.
Berkeley Street, Portman Square, at 7, the N. E. corner, leading to 15 Manchester square.
Berkeley Street (Upper), Portman Square, at the N. W. corner, leading to 29 Edgware road, and is the third on the R. in it from Tyburn turnpike.
Berkeley Street, St Johns. Lane, West Smithfield, at 18, extending to 49 Red lion street.
Berkeley Streat, Lambeth Walk, is the first N. parallel to Eleazer place, opposite Chapmans gardens.
Bermondsey Buildings, Bermondsey New Road, is the second on the R. from the Bricklayers Arms, Kent Road, towards Bermondsey church.
Bermondsey Church Yard, on the S. side the church, about 2/3 of a mile from London bridge, down Tooley street and Bermondsey street and about 2/3 of a. mile from St Georges church, Borough, down Long lane.
Bermondsey Grove, Long Lane, is nearly op. the Coach and Horses, about 1/8 of a mile ou the R. from street Georges church.
Bermondsey New Road, the S. continuation of Bermondsey street commencing at the Grange road near the church, and leading to the Kent road by the Bricklayers Arms, about 1/4 of a mile in length.
Bermondsey Square, Bermondsey church yard, is on the S. side of it, about 2/3 of a mile from St Georges church down Long lane.
Bermondsey Street, Borough, commences at Tooley street op. 63, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 & 284, extending by the church to Long lane, where there is number 149, about 1/2 a mile in length.
Bermondsey Wall. See Rotherhithe Wall.
Bermondsey Workhouse, Russell street, Bermondsey, is. a few doors on the R. from 90 Bermondsey street.
Bernard Street, Foundling Hospital, the first N. parallel to part of Guilford street extending from Brunswick square, to Russell square.
Berners Mews, Berners Street, Oxford Street, is the E. parallel to it, extending from 6 Cattle street, to the back of 49 Newman street
Berners Street, Oxford Street, at 54, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from St Giles, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 173, extends to Charles street op. the Middlesex Hospital, and is about 1/6 of a mile in length.
Berner Street, Commercial Road, St Georges in the East, the first on the right. E. of the one mile stone from the Royal Exchange, op. Plumbers row.
Berry Court, Love Lane, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 6, the back of 66, Aldermanbury.
Berry Street, Clerkenwell, the second W. parallel to part of Goswell street extending from Allen street to Little Sutton street
Berwick Street, Oxford Street, at 373, a little above 1/4 of a mile on the L. from St Giles, extending to Peter street numbers l & 112 Rarehere, it is about 1/5 of a mile in length.
Berwick Place, Grange Road, Bermondsey, the W. continuation of Fort place, extending from the Philanthropic Reform towards the Horns.
Bethlem Hospital, Moorfields, on the S. side by London wall.
Bethlem ( Old) , Bishopsgate without , at 198, near the church, leading to Broad street and Moorfields.
Bethlem Yard, Old Bethlem, at the further end of Bakers Buildings from 19 Old Bethlem.
Bethnal Green, a large green situate about a mile E. from the Turnpike, by 65 Shoreditch, and about 1/2 a mile N. from Mile End Turnpike by Dog row.
Bethnal Green Road, is the E. continuation of Church street from 65 Shoreditch, commencing at the Turnpike and extending to the Green, about 1/2 mile in length.
Bethnal Green Workhouse, the E. end of Hare street by the fields, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. in it from 110, Brick lane.
Betts Place, Betts Street, Ratcliffe highway, is four doors on the L. from 164, Ratcliflfe highway towards the New road or Back lane.
Betts Street, Ratcliffe highway, at 164, on the E. side of Princes square extending to 35 New road, or Back lane, about 1/8 of a mile in length.
Bevis Marks, St Mary Axe, Leadenhall Street, at 30, leading to Duke street is the first E. parallel to part of Houndsditch, and the E. continuation of Camomile street, from opposite Bishopsgate church.
Bevois Court, Basinghall Street, at 28, op. the church, and is that number of doors on the R. from 29 Cateaton street
Bickley Row, Trinity Street, Rotherhithe, E. end of it, leading from Russell street towards the Surrey canal.
Bicknels Rents, Kent Street, Borough, at 76, about the middle of the N. side, and near 1/3 of a mile on the L. from St Georges church.
Billingsgate Wharf and Market, Lower Thames Street, at 19, about 1/10 of a mile below London Bridge.
Billiter Lane, Fenchurch Street, at 114, op. Mark lane, leading to 42 Leadenhall street
Billiter Square, Fenchurch Street, at 12 Billiter lane, it leads to 118 Fenchurch street by Fishmongers passage, and to 9 Lime street op. the India house.
Bingstons Wharf, Wapping, at 316, op. Globe street about 1/2 a mile below Tower hill.
Birchin Lane, Lombard Street, at 61, leading to 36 Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange.
Birds Buildings, Hoxton Town, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Old street road, by Magna place.
Birds Buildings, Bennets Row, St Georges Fields, is about 12 houses on the S. side, near the E. end of it, on the R. from Blackfriars road.
Bird Cage Alley, High Street, Borough, at 172, leading to Redcross street by the Mint.
Bird Cage Court, Strand, at 393, by Southampton street, Covent garden.
Bird Cage Walk, Bethnal Green, the continuation of Crab Free row, Hackney road, near Shoreditch church, to Hackney road again by the Nags head.
Bird Cage Walk, St James's Park, is on the S. side of it, extending from Buckingham gate, to Great George street, Westminster.
Birds Court, Marylebone Lane, 35, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from 158 Oxford street, five doors from High street.
Birds Court, Philip Lane, Addle Street, Wood Street, Cheapside, is on the W. side, about the middle, 10 doors from 9 London wall.
Bird in Hand Court, Cheapside, at 76, op. the Old Jewry.
Birds Row, Blue Anchor Road, Bermondsey, is about of a mile on the R. from Fort place, Grange road, towards Rotherhithe.
Bird Street, Oxford Street, at 167, and 283, on both sides, about of a mile from St Giles, leading into Henrietta street, on the N. and to 31 Brook street Grosvenor square, on the S.
Bird Street, street Georges in the East, the N. continuation of Church street from Wapping church, extending to Tench street by the London dock.
Bird Street, Lambeth, the continuation of South street West square, commencing at the East end of Brook street Moor place, leading by a foot path to the Ship, Walcot place.
Bishops Court, Chancery Lane, at 78, leading to Star court, and Cary street.
Bishops Court, Aylesbury Street, Clerkenwell, at 12, the first on the L, from l St Johns street.
Bishops Court, Old Street,St Lukes, is op. 90, near the middle of the S. side, between Bunhill row, and Whitcombe street.
Bishops Court, Coleman Street, at 6, the second on the R. and a few yards from London wall.
Bishops Court, Old Bailey, the second on the R. from Snow hill, op. Newgate, leading into Seacoal lane and Fleet market.
Bishops Court, Kings Head Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, is the first on the R. in it, from Long alley, a few doors S. from Skinner street.
Bishopsgate Church Yard, extends from the S. side the church, 202, Bishopsgate street op. Houndsditch, to 4 New Broad street.
Bishopsgate Street Within, the N. continuation of Gracechurch street commencing at Cornhill, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 121, extending to Wormwood street near the church, about 1/5 of a mile in length.
Bishopsgate Street Without, the N. continuation of the last, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 202, extending to Norton falgate, total length about 1/2 a mile.
Bishopsgate Poorhouse , Rose Alley, a few yards on the L. from 34, Bishopsgate without near New street.
Bishopsgate Workhouse, Dunnings Alley, Bishopsgate Without, is a few yards on the L. in it, from 151, near Sun street.
Bishops Head Court, Grays Inn Lane, is about half a dozen doors on the L. from Holborn.
Bishops Walk, Lambeth, is a footpath by the side of the Thames, extending from Lambeth church to near Westminster bridge, about 1/2 a mile in length.
Bishops Yard, Charles Street, Grosvenor square, at 7, a few yards on the L. from the S. E. corner of the square towards Mount street.
Bitt Alley, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, is the first on the L. from Clerkenwell green towards Smithfield.
Blacks Ccurt, Phoenix Street, Spitalfields, the first on the R. and about 6 doors from 39, Wheeler street leading into Quaker street
Black Bear Court, Piccadilly, at 13, the E. end, leading to 21, Titchborn street.
Black Bird Alley, St John Street, Bethnal Green, the second en the R. from 105 Brick lane, leading to Spicer street, Spitalfields.
Black Boy and Camel, Leadenhall Street, at 8, a few doors on the R. from Gracechurch street The coach office for Essex is kept here.
Black Boy Lane, Poplar, is about 1/2 a mile on the L. from the Commercial road, op. the Harrow, leading to England row and Meeting house place.
Black Bull Alley, Petticoat Lane, is about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from 41 Aldgate High street, or from Whitechapel, about l0 doors S. from Wentworth street leading into Goulston street.
Black Bull (Old) Inn, Holborn, at 121, op. Fetter lane, about 1/7 of a mile on the right from Fleet market.
Black Coat Alms Houses, Westminster. See Farmers.
Black Crow Alley, Whitecross Street, St Lukes, at 128, the corner of Banner street.
Black Hog Alley, College Street, Westminster, the third on the L. from 18, Abingdon street the corner of Bowling street.
Black Dog Alley, Shoreditch, at 234, a few doors N. from Worship street, or Hog lane.
Black Eagle Street, Spitalfields, is op. 65 Brick lane, by Hanburys Brewery, leading to Grey Eagle street.
Blackfriars, is situate between Ludgate hill and the Bridge.
Blackfriars Alms Houses, Blackfriars, a few doors on the L. in Church entry, from Shoemaker row.
Blackfriars Road, commences at the S. end of Blackfriars bridge and extends to the Obelisk, it is about 2/3 of a mile in length.
Black Horse Alley, Fleet Street, at 108, four doors on the R. from Fleet market, leading to 90, in the said market.
Black Horse Court, Hay market. See Black Horse Yard.
Black Horse Square, Deptford Lower Road, the first on the L. beyond the 3 mile stone from London bridge.
Black Horse Yard, Hay market, at 49, the second on the R. from Piccadilly.
Black Horse Yard, Broad way, or Chapel Street, Westminster, is two doors on the L. from the W. end of Tothill Street.
Black Horse Yard, Tottenham Court Road, at 19, on the L. near Oxford street leading into Gresse street and Rathbone place.
Black Horse Yard, Rathbone Place, is six doors on the R. from 21 Oxford street near St Giles.
Black Horse Yard, Newton street, St Giles, the first on the L. from 206 Holborn.
Black Horse Yard, Goswell Street, at 105, a few doors N. from Long lane.
Black Horse Yard, Aldgate High Street, at 65, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from the pump, a few doors W. and leading into Petticoat lane.
Black Horse Yard, George Yard, Whitechapel, the first on the L. from from 88 Whitechapel, near the church.
Black Horse Yard, Kent Street, Borough, at 174 about 1/3 of a mile on the right from St Georges church.
Black Horse Yard, Union Buildings, Leather Lane, Holborn,. a few yards from opposite 36, Leather lane.
Blacklands, Kings Road, Chelsea, is op. Whitelands at the back of Colvells Nursery, the second coach turning on the R. from Sloane sq. towards Fulham.
Blacklands Lane, is the continuation of the last to Brompton by the Marlborough tavern.
Black Lion Court, Tooley Street, at 81, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from London bridge, leading into Green bank.
Black Lion Inn, Water lane, the second gateway on the R. from 68, Fleet street.
Black Lion Yard, Whitechapel Road, at 39, a few doors on the L. below the church, leading into Old Montague street.
Blackmans Mews, Upper Brook Street, Grosvenor square, at 51, leading to 5 Upper Grosvenor street
Blackman Street, Borough, is the S. continuation of the Borough High street, extending from St Georges church to Stones end, by the kings bench, about 1/4 of a mile in length,
Black more Street, Clare Market, the W. continuation of Clare street from the market, extending from Stanhope street to 100 Drury lane.
Black Prince Row, Walworth, is a part of the High street or road, a few houses on the L. South from the Elephant and Castle.
Black Raven Alley, Upper Thames Street, at 104, leading to Old swan stairs, by London bridge.
Black Raven Court, Seething Lane, Tower street, at 30, the first on the right from 56 Tower street.
Black Raven Court, Leadenhall Street, at 68, about three doors on the L. from Aldgate.
Black Swan Alley, Market Street, St James's, at 12, four door on the R. from 117, Jermyn street
Black Swan Alley, London Wall, about a dozen doors E. from Coleman street op. Bethlem hospital.
Black Swan Court, Golden lane, St Lukes, is about the middle of the E. side, op. Ball yard and the Crown brewery.
Black Swan Court, St Pauls Church Yard, at 21, on the S. side, leading to 7 Little Carter lane.
Black Swan Court, Great Tower Street, at 61, six doors on the L. East of Mark lane.
Black Swan Court, High Street, Borough, at 33, a few yards on the L. from London bridge.
Black Swan Yard, Bermondsey Street, at 73, about the middle of the E. side about twenty doors on the Left below Crucifix lane.
Black Swan Yard, Cross Street, Newington, is the first on the R. from the church towards Walworth.
Blackwall, at the E. end of Poplar, about 3 2/3 of a mile from the Royal Exchange, by the Commercial road.
Blackwall Bason, on the E. end of the West India Docks, connecting them with the River Thames.
Blackwall Causeway, commences at the E. end of Poplar by Naval row, extending to the Thames.
Blackwell Hall, at 6 Basinghall street, leading to Guildhall and King street, Cheapside.
Blakes Alms houses, Vauxhall, on the S. side the turnpike, a few yards on the R. from it, on the Wandsworth road.
Blakes Court, Catherine Street, Strand, at 6, halt a dozen doors on the L. from 313 Strand.
Blakes Court, Old Gravel Lane, at 150, near the middle of the W. side.
Blands Buildings, Bell Alley, Goswell Street, the first on the L. from 12 Goswell street leading to French alley.
Blands Court, Great Wild Street, Lincolns Inn Fields, the second on the R. and about fourteen doors from Great Queen street op. Wild court
Blandford Mews, Blandford Street, Marylebone, at 7, four doors E. from Baker street leading to Dorset street.
Blandford Street, Marylebone, at 47, Manchester street, leading to 15, Baker street Portman square.
Bleeding Heart Yard, Charles Street, Hatton Garden, at 20, also the N. end of Union court, from 95 Holborn hill.
Blenheim Mews, Blenheim Street, Oxford Street, the first on either the R. or the L. from 351 Oxford street.
Blenheim Street, Oxford Street, at 351, about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from St Giles, leading into Great Marlborough street
Blenheim Street, New Bond Street, at 87, seven doors from 307 Oxford street leading into Woodstock street
Blewets Buildings, Fetter Lane, at 55, about fifteen doors on the L. from 34 Holborn hill.
Bloomsbury and St Giles Charity School, at 14 Queen street, the corner of Hart street.
Bloomsbury Court, or Square, Church Lane, Newington, the second on the L. in it, from op. the church, towards Hampton street.
Bloomsbury Court, High Holborn, at 135, about 1/8 of a mile from Broad street, St Giles, leading into Bloomsbury market.
Bloomsbury Dispensary, Great Russell Street, at 62, nearly op. the British Museum.
Bloomsbury Marker, Lyon Street, Holborn, at the N. end of it, five doors from 143 High Holborn.
Bloomsbury Place, Bloomsbury Square, at the N. corner, extending to Upper King street, Holborn, op. 23.
Bloomsbury Square, the N. end of Southampton street from 126 High Holborn, and the E. end of Great Russell street from Tottenham court road and Oxford street
Blossoms Inn , Lawrence Lane, at 25, a few doors on the L. from 96 Cheapside.
Blossom Street, Spitalfields, the first on the L. in White Lion Street, from 13 Norton falgate.
Blue Anchor Alley, Brook Street, Ratcliffe, at 106, nearly opposite Stepney causeway.
Blue Anchor Alley, Maid Lane, Borough, the fifth on the L. from Park street by the Borough market, nearly op. Horse shoe alley, Bank side.
Blue Anchor Alley, Bunhill Row, St Lukes, at 109, about 1/7 of a mile on the L. from 63 Chiswell street leading to 99 White cross street.
Blue Anchor Court, Maid Lane, Borough, is the first W. from Blue Anchor Alley, by Castle lane.
Blue Anchor Court, Great Peter street Westminster, at the W. end, the second on the R. from Strutton ground, near the Horse ferry road.
Blue Anchor Court, Blue Anchor Alley, Bunhill Row, is about the middle of the N. side of it.
Blue Anchor Lane, Bermondsey, leads from the Blue Anchor, to the Gregorian arms, on the East side of the Spa and near Jamaica row, Mill pond bridge, Rotherhithe, about 1 1/3 of a mile in length.
Blue Anchor Lane. Bethnal Green, commences near the N. E. corner of the Green, leading to Hackney road.
Blue Anchor Road, Bermondsey, the E. continuation of the Grange road, commencing at the turnpike by Fort place, and leading by the Blue Anchor and Jamaica level to Mill pond bridge, Rotherhithe, in distance about 1 1/3 of a mile.
Blue Anchor Yard, Gardiners lane, Westminster, the middle of the E. side, about a dozen doors from the middle of York street.
Blue Anchor Yard, Coleman street, at No. 1, by London wall.
Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, at 48, on the S. side, about 1/7 of a mile on the R. from Tower hill, leading towards Upper East Smithfield.
Blue Ball Court, Mint Street, Borough, at the W. end, nearly op. King street in the Mint, leading to New Lant Street.
Blue Ball Court, Tottenham Court Road, at 62, by Goodge street, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from St Giless.
Blue Ball Yard, St James's Street, at 62, the third on the R. from 163 Piccadilly.
Blue Boar Brewery, Church Street, Lambeth, on the S. side, between Norfolk row and Pratt street
Blue Coat School, Newgate Street. See Christs hospital.
Blue Boar Inn, Aldgate, at 30, a few doors on the L. below the pump towards Whitechapel church.
Blue Boar Yard, High Holborn, at 75, the first W. from Red Lion street, leading into Eagle street.
Blue Boar Yard, Friday Street, at 55, ten doors on the L. from 36, Cheapside.
Blue Coat School, Westminster, the E. end of James street and W. end of Little Chapel street.
Blue Coat Buildings, Butcher Hall Lane, is the continuation of it, entering at 82 Newgate street and extending from the corner of Bull and Mouth street under the arch to Little Britain.
Blue Court, Great Saffron Hill, a few doors on the L. in Red lion court, from 11 Great Saffron hill, leading to Caroline court.
Blue Cross Street, Whitcomb Street, is op. James street Haymarket, the second on the R. from Charing cross, leading to Orange street, and Hemmings row.
Blue Hart Court, Little Bell Alley, the second on the R. from Leather sellers buildings, London wall.
Blue Gate Fields, Ratcliffe High way, at 95, the first on the L. East of St Georges church, leading into Back lane.
Blue Houses, Lambeth Marsh, the second on the L. from Surrey chapel towards Westminster bridge.
Blue Houses, Lambeth Marsh, a few houses op. the last, being the second on the R. from Surrey chapel towards Westminster bridge, between the Horn brewery and the patent shot manufactory.
Blue Lion Court, Aldersgate Street, at 22, six doors on the R. North from Falcon square.
Blue Posts Coach Office, Tottenham Court Road, No. 6, the corner of Hanway yard, about twelve doors on the L. from Oxford street
Blue Posts Coach Office, Holborn Bars, at 6, six doors E. from Middle row, on the R. or about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Fleet market, in the op. direction.
Blunderbuss Court, Kingsland Road, is a fw doors on the L. from Shoreditch church, at the back of the Spread Eagle.
Board of Agriculture. See Agriculture.
Boarded Entry, New Gravel Lane, St Georges in the East, at 16, the first on the L. from Wapping, leading into Ship street and Prussian island.
Boars Head Court, Fleet Street, at 66, about the middle of the S. side, between the Bolt and Tun Inn and Water lane.
Boars Head Court, West Smithfield. at 76, on the N. side, by St Johns street.
Boars Head Court, Petticoat lane, the first on the R. and a few doors from 41 Aldgate High street.
Boars Head Court, Gracechurch Street, at 80, by Leadenhall market.
Boars Head Court, High Street, Borough, at 25, being that number of houses on the L. from London bridge.
Boars Head Court, King Street, Westminster, two or three doors N. from Great George street leading into Delahay Street.
Boddys Bridge, Upper Ground, Christs Church, is the second on the L. in it, from Blackfriars road, by the bridge.
Bolingbroke Row, Camberwcll road, is the first row on the E. side of the road beyond the Red Lion or the turnpike from Walworth.
Bolsover Street, Oxford Street, at 113, op. Swallow street about a mile on the R. from St Giless.
Bolt Court, Fleet Street at 151, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market, nearly op. Water lane, leading into Gough square.
Bolt and Tun Inn, Fleet Street, at 61, about the middle of the South side.
Bolton Row, Piccadilly, at the N. end of Bolton street from Piccadilly, leading to Curzon street on the L. and by Landsdown passage to Berkeley street on the R.
Bolton Street, Piccadilly, about the middle of the N. side, op. the Green Park, and near 1/2 a mile from the Haymarket.
Boltwrights Court, Mount Street, Bethnal Green, is the third on the L. from 45, Church street by the Charity School.
Bombhouse Alley, Princes Street, Lambeth, is nearly op. Glass house street Vauxhall, by the corn distillery, leading to Bombhouse stairs.
Bond Court, Walbrook, at 31, the second on the L. from the Mansion house.
Bond Court, Brunswick Row, Horseferry Road, Westminster, is the second on the R. From Strutton ground, towards Buckingham gate, op. the Gray coat school.
Bond Street (New), Oxford Street, at 307, near the middle of the S. side, No. 80 is here and Nos. 1 and 161, at Old Bond street, near Piccadilly, about 1/2 a mile in length, including Old Bond street.
Bond Street (Old), Piccadilly, at 56, op. St James's street near 1/3 of a mile on the R. from the Haymarket, is continued by New Bond street to 307 Oxford street
Bond Street. Borough Road, St Georges Fields, the third on the R. from the Obelisk, nearly op. Dover street, leading to Earl street and St Georges market.
Bone Yard, Lemon Street, Goodmans Fields, is a few yards behind No. 82, opposite Prescot street.
Bonners Hall, Bethnal Green, a detached parcel of houses, situate about 1/3 of a mile N. E. from the Green, and about the same distance E. from Cambridge heath turnpike, Hackney road.
Bonner Street, Green Street, Bethnal Green, is nearly 1/3 of a mile on the L. East from the green.
Bookers Gardens, Leadenhall Street, at 93, leading into Henneage laue and Dukes place.
Books Rents, Garter Court, Barbican, at 36, nearly op. Redcross street, Cripplegate.
Boot Alley, Abchurch Lane, at 32, near Lombard street leading to 5 Nicholas lane.
Boot Street, Hoxton Market, is the first N. parallel to part of Old street road, extending from Pitfield street to Crown street.
Booth Court, Wells Street, Oxford Street, at 31, the third on the R. from 63, Oxford street leading into Wells mews.
Booth Court, Twisters Alley, Bunhill row, is the continuation of it. from 102 Bunhill row.
Booth Court, Booth Street, Spitalfields, at 18, the second on the R. in it, from 19, Brick lane.
Booth Street, Spitalfields, commences at 50 Brick lane, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from Osborn street, Whitechapel church, leading to Well street and church street Mile end New town.
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.
Borough High Street. See High.
Borough Market, the W. end of York street from 275 High street about 1/6 of a mile from London bridge.
Borough Road. St Georges Fields, commences at the Stones end by the Kings bench, and extends to the Obelisk, about 1/3 of a mile in length,
Bosket Street, Old Gravel lane, at 154, near the middle of the W. side, leading to Broad street
Bosier Court, Oxford Street, by No. 1, at the commencement of it, on the R. leading to Tottenham court road.
Boss Alley, Lower Thames Street, at 97, the corner of St Marys Hill and op. Billingsgate.
Boss Alley, Gainsford Street, Horsleydown, at 7, the first on the L. from 34 Horsleydown lane, leading to Shad Thames.
Boss Court, Boss Alley, Horsleydown, the first on the L. and a few doors from 7 Gainsford street
Boss Court, Upper Thames Street, at 214, between Lambeth hill and St Peters hill.
Boston Row, Brompton, is part of Queens buildings on the S. E. side of the High street or road, at the end of Queen street op Brompton row, about of a mile on the L. from Knightsbridge.
Boswell Court (New), North Street, Red Lion Square, at 18, the N. end of it, leading to 20 Devonshire street Queens square.
Boswell Court (New), Carey Street, Chancery lane, at 18, leading into Old Boswell court and the Strand.
Boswell Court (Old), Strand, is a few doors on the R. from Temple bar, op. St Clements church, leading into New Boswell court, Carey street Lincolns Inn fields.
Botanic Gardens, Chelsea, is about 1/7 of a mile S. W. from the hospital, opposite 31 Paradise row.
St Botolph and Aldgate School, Victualling office square, Little Tower hill, facing the new Mint.
Botolph Alley, Botolph Lane, at 40, the first on the L. from East cheap, leading into Love lane.
St Botolph Church, Bishopsgate, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. North Cornhill and op. Houndsditch.
St Botolph Church, Aldgate, on the E. side of Houndsditch, a few doors on the L. below Leadenhall street, and nearly opposite the Minories.
St Botolph and St Georges Church, Botolph Lane, about eight doors on the R. from 16 Little Eastcheap.
St Botolph Church, Aldersgate Street, about of a mile on the L. from 66 Newgate street along street Martins le grand, being the corner of Little Britain.
Botolph Lane, Eastcheap, the second E. parallel to Fish street hill, extending from 16 Eastcheap to 111 Lower Thames street
Botolph Wharf, Lower Thames Street, at 9, the third below London bridge.
Bottle Alley, Bishopsgate Without, at 183, op. New street
Bottle of Hay Yard, St John street Clerkenwell, at 215, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Smithfield.
Botwrights Buildings, Hackney Road, is about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church, op. the Middlesex chapel.
Bough Court, Shoreditch, behind No. 236, leading into Plough yard, Cumberland street, and the Curtain road.
Bouverie Street, Fleet Street, at 62, about the middle of the S. side leading towards Whitefriars.
Bow Church Yard, Cheapside, at 54, on the W. side of the church, leading into Bow lane.
Bow Lane, Cheapside, at 59, on the E. side of the church, leading to Trinity lane and street Thomas Apostles, is continued by Garlick hill to 190 Upper Thames street
Bow Lane, Poplar, near the E. end of it, the first on the L. below the Red Lion, leading into Cotton street and the East India Dock road.
Bow Street, Covent Garden, is the E. parallel to it, extending from 63, the E. end of Long Acre to Great Russell street Drury lane.
Bow Street, Bloomsbury, at 169, the W. end of High Holborn and E. end of Broad street St Giles, leading to Peter street Queen street and 49, Great Russell street opposite the British museum.
Bow Yard, Broad Street, St Giless at 37, op. Diot street leading into Belton street Hanover street and to 96 Long Acre.
Bowling Alley, Whitecross Street, Cripplegate, at 21, the third on the L. from Fore street leading into Cradle court, and 51 Redcross street
Bowling Green, Edgware Road, op. 27, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Tyburn turnpike.
Bowling Green, Yorkshire Stingo, New Road, facing Lisson green, near Paddington.
Bowling Green Buildings, New Road, Paddington, on the E. side the Bowling green, by the turnpike, leading towards York street
Bowling Green, King Street, Borough, at 49, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from 107 High street
Bowling Green House, Sommers Town, in the fields, op. Judds place, towards the Foundling hospital.
Bowling Green Lane, High Street, Marylebone, at 27, on the E. side, leading to Weymouth street
Bowling Green Lane, Clerkenwell, is the N. parallel to the Green, extending from the middle of Coppice row, op. the Workhouse, to Rosamond street is continued by Corporation row to street John street
Bowling Green Place, Woodstock Street, Marylebone, at 7, between Chesterfield street and 29 Weymouth street.
Bowling Green Row, Hoxton, the third on the R. from Old street road along Pitfield street and op. the Haberdashers Alms houses.
Bowling Green Row, Kennington Common, is the first on the L. from the Horns towards the Green, leading towards the Oval.
Bowling Inn Alley, Chancery Lane, situate between 39, Chancery lane and 108 Fetter lane.
Bowling Street, Westminster, the third on the L. in College street, from 18 Abingdon street and is op. Deans yard, it leads into Tufton street, and Horseferry road.
Bowling Street, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, the third on the L. from Cow cross, Smithfield, leading into White horse alley.
Bowmans Buildings, Aldersgate Street, at 140, op. Jewin street, leading into Queens square, Bartholomew close, and Smithfield.
Boydes Gardens, Pimlico, is the first on the L. from the S. end of Upper Belgrave terrace, towards the Five Fields, about 2/3 of a mile on the R. from Buckingham gate.
Boydes Walk, Pimlico, is a few yards from the last, towards the Five Fields.
Boyers Buildings, James Street, Cannon Street Road, St Georges in the East, the first from Cannon street road, nearly op. Beaumonts buildings.
Boyle Street, New Burlington Street, at the W. end of it, from 120 Swallow street, commencing at Saville row.
Brabant Court, Philpot Lane, at 7, the first on the R. from 12 Fenchurch street.
Braces Buildings, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, is at the S. end, from 48, Rosemary lane, leading to New Martin street and 110 Upper East Smithfield.
Brackley Street, Golden Lane, Cripplegate, the fourth on the L. from Barbican, leading to Bridgewater gardens and No. 1 Goswell. street.
Bradshaws Court, Curriers Row, Blackfriars, the first on the L. from Bristow street, street Andrews hill.
Bradshaws Rents, Portpool Lane, the first on the R. from 63, N. end of Leather lane, Holborn, at the back of Meuxs Brewery.
Braggs Ways, Rotherhithe, adjoins Rotherhithe stairs on the E. side, about 1 1/3 of a mile E. from London bridge.
Branches Buildings, Tabernacle Walk, Moorfields, the first on the Right N. from Leonard street, nearly op. the Tabernacle.
Branches Place, Cable Street, Wellclose square, at 72, near the E. end of Rosemary lane.
Brandon Row, Newington Causeway, the first on the L. from the County gaol towards the Elephant and Castle, by the turnpike, leading into Poplar row and the Kent road.
Brandon Street, Bermondsey New Road, at 17, E. side, the fourth on the R. from the Bricklayers Arms, Kent road, towards Bermondsey church, leading into Cross street.
Braynes Row, Coppice Row, Clerkenwell, is about 1/4 of a mile on the R. North from the green, towards Pentonville, extending from the turnpike, by the House of Correction, to Rosamond street
Braziers Alms Houses, at the end of Two Swan yard, 18G, Bishopsgate without.
Braziers Buildings, Fleet Market, at 30, the fourth on the R. from Ludgate hill, leading into Seacoal lane and Snow hill.
Braziers Almshouses, Two Swan Yard, Bishopgate, a few yards from 186 Bishopsgatc whhout.
Braziers Hall, Coleman Street, at 80, the corner of London Wall near Moorfields.
Bread Street, Cheapside, at 46, the third on the R. from St Pauls church yard, extending to Old Fish street.
Bread Street Hill, Upper Thames Street, at 201, it is continued by Bread street to 46, Cheapside.
Breams Buildings, Chancery Lane, at 27, the middle of the E. side, leading to Rolls buildings and 117 Fetter lane.
Breams Buildings (Little), Chancery Lane, the first on the L. in Whites alley, from the last, extending to Bowling inn alley.
Breezers Hill, Ratclirfe highway, at 1, opposite Ship alley, Wellclose square, leading to the London docks.
Brents Court, High Street, Borough, at 182, on the W. side, nearly op. Laytons grove, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from London bridge.
Bretts or Britts Alley, Long Alley, Moorfields, the fourth on the R. from Worship street nearly op. Primrose street, Bishopsgatc.
Brewer Court, Bedfordbury, at 34, the middle of the E. side, op. Chemister alley.
Brewer Court, Great Wild Street, Lincolns Inn fields, is on the W. side of it, nearly opposite Wild court.
Brewer Court, Golden Lane, St Lukes, the fourth on the L. from Old street, opposite Bembers rents.
Brewer Court, St Thomas Street, Borough, the first on the R. from 44, High street.
Brewer Court, Morgans Lane, Tooley Street, the first on the L. from 70, Tooley street, leading into Mill lane.
Brewers Green, Westminster, is the first W. parallel to Strutton ground, between the Blue coat school and Bridewell.
Brewers Hall, Addle Street, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 19, the second house on the R. from 58, Aldermanbury.
Brewers Quay, Lower Thames Street, is about 1/3 of a mile below London, bridge, or the first W. from Tower hill in the opposite direction.
Brewers Row, Brewers Green, Westminster, the first on the R. from the E. end of James street
Brewer Street, Pimlico, the fifth on the L. about 1/4 of a mile S. from Buckingham gate, leading by Elliotts, or the Stag brewery, to Castle lane and York street, Westminster.
Brewer Street, Bloomsbury, the first on the L. in Bow street from 169 High Holborn, op. Drury lane, leading into Duke street
Brewer Street, Golden Square, the second on the L. in Great Windmill street from the Haymarket and the continuation of Little Pultney street from Wardour street leading to Glass house street and Vigo lane.
Brewhouse Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, four or five doors on the R. in it, from 33, the N. side of Sun street.
Brewhouse Lane, Upper Thames Street, at 83, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from London bridge, leading to Dowgate wharf.
Brewhouse Lane, Wapping, at 128 Wapping street by Pickards brewery, leading to New Market street and Old Gravel lane.
Brewhouse Street, Shadwell, the first on the R. in Labour in Vain street from the S. E. corner of Shadwell market, by the Water works.
Brewhouse Turning, Vine Yard, Tooley Street, the second on the R. from 110 Tooley street.
Brewhouse Yard, Cherry Garden Street, Bermondsey, the first on the L. from Cherry garden stairs, Rotherhithe wall, leading into West lane.
Brewhouse Yard, Field Lane, Holborn Bridge, the corner of Chick lane, behind No. 1 , Saffron hill,
Brewhouse Yard, Shoe Lane, Holborn, at 33, near the middle of the E. side.
Brewhouse Yard, Angel Alley, Skinner Street, Bishopsgate without, is behind 38, Skinner street entrance by Angel passage, also the third on the L. in Angel allev, from Long alley, Moorfields.
Brewhouse Yard, Lower Turning, Shadwell, at the bottom of Foxs lane from the church, on the R. by the New road to the Dock.
Brewhouse Yard, Cartwright Street, Rosemary Lane, seven doors on the L. from 32, Rosemary lane.
Brian Street, Shoreditch, behind 47, on the E. side, about 3/4 of a mile on the R. North from Cornhill at the entrance to Webb square.
Brick Court, Middle Temple Lane, the first broad opening on the R. from Fleet street, by Temple bar, leading into New court and Essex street.
Brick Court, Shire Lane, Temple Bar, the first on the R. and a few doors from Temple bar.
Brickells Buildings, St Georges fields, the first S. parallel to the Kings bench, extending from the Borough road to Newington road or causeway.
Brick Hill Lane, Upper Thames Street, op. 170, between Joiners hall buildings and the Three Cranes, leading to the Thames.
Brick Lane, St Lukes, at 113 Old street, the first on the L. from Goswell street, the numbers begin and end here, viz. 1 and 94, it is about 1/6 of a mile in length and leads towards Andersons buildings, City road.
Brick Lane, Bethnal Green and Spitalfields, is the North continuation of Osborn street op. Whitechapel church, commencing at Wentworth street where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 213, leading to 146 Church street, Bethnal green, and is the fifth on the R. in it, from 65 Shoreditch, and is near 5/8 of a mile in length.
Bricklayers Arms, Kent Road, at the E. end of Kent street about 2/3 of a mile from St Georges church, and near the same distance from the Elephant and Castle.
Bricklayers Hall, Leadenhall Street. See Synagogue for Dutch Jews.
Brick Street, Piccadilly, the first on the L. in Engine street a few yards from Piccadilly, leading to 14, Down street.
Brick Street, Borough Road, street Georges Fields, the third on the L. from the Kings bench , towards the Obelisk, leading to street Georges market and Newington road or causeway.
St Brides Church, Fleet Street, behind 98, six doors on the L. from Fleet market.
St Brides Church Yard, Fleet street, at 98, the first on the L. from Fleet market.
St Brides Court or Square, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, is four doors on the R. from Fleet street towards Blackfriars bridge, it leads into St Brides lane.
St Brides Lane, Fleet Street, at 98, the first on L from Fleet market, leading to 10 Bridge street, Blackfriars.
St Brides Passage, Fleet Street, at 84, leading to the church yard and to Salisbury square.
St Brides Wharf, on the E. side of Whitefriars dock, at the bottom of Water Lane, from 68 Fleet street.
St Brides Workhouse, Shoe Lane, 4 doors on the R. from 128 Fleet street.
Bridge Court, Cannon Row, Westminster, is behind part of the N. side of Bridge street from numbers 1 to 9, extending from Cannon row to Westminster bridge.
Bridge Dock, Limehouse, at the E. end of Narrow street by the Draw bridge.
Bridge Place, Rawston Street, Clerkenwell, the first on the L. and a few doors from Goswell street road.
Bridge PIace, Bermondsey, is situate between the S. end of Georges row, Dock head, and the Neckinger turnpike.
Bridge Road, Lambeth, extends from the E. end of Westminster bridge to the Marsh gate, the road between the Asylum and the Obelisk is also called Westminster bridge road.
Bridge Row, Pimlico, the S. continuation of Belgrave terrace, extending to Kemps row, opposite Ranelagh walk.
Bridge Row, Grove, Guildford Street, Borough, is about the middle of the W. side of it.
Bridge Square, Westminster. See Bridge Court.
Bridge Street (New), Blackfriars, commences at the point where Ludgate hill, Fleet market, and Fleet street meet, and extends to the bridge.
Bridge Street (Little), four doors on the L. in Bridge Street from Fleet market, leading into Cock court and Ludgate lull, op. the Old Bailey.
Bridge Street. Westminster, is about 1/3 of a mile S. from Charing cross towards the Abbey, extending from King street to the bridge.
Bridge Ward School, Old Swan lane, a few doors on the L. from 104 Upper Thames street near London bridge.
Bridge Wharf, Tooley Street, the first wharf on the L. in it, by London bridge.
Bridge Yard, Tooley Street, at 17, the first on the L. from London bridge, leading to Cottons and Hays wharfs.
Bridgewater Gardens, Bridgewater Square, on the N. side, extending from Brackley street Golden lane, to Fan street Goswell street
Bridgewater Square, Barbican, at the N. end of Princes street from 42, Barbican, leading to Bridgewater gardens.
Bridle Lane, Golden Square, the first E. parallel to it, extending from 8, Brewer street to 34 Silver street.
Bridewell, Westminster, the E. end of James street near a mile on the R. from Buckingham. gate, facing the W. end of Great Peter street
Bridewell, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, between 12 and 13, about twelve doors on the R. from Fleet street
Bridewell, Clerkenwell green, on the N. side the church, facing James's walk, from Aylesbury street.
Bridwell Precinct, is situate on the W. side of Blackfriars bridge, extending to Whitefriars.
Bridewell Walk, Clerkenwell Close, is the N. continuation of it, entering by the church, to Rosamond street.
Brighton Place, Kent Road. forms part of the S. side of it, a few yards on the R. from the Elephant and Castle, op. Rockingham row.
Brighton Place, Hackney Road, forms part of the S. side of it, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church, op. Alports Nursery.
Brill Place, Sommers Town, at the N. side the Brill, facing Skinner street or the first on the L. in Brill row, towards Camden town ; there is another entrance at 16, Chapel path.
Brill Row, Sommers Town, at the N. side the Brill, extending N. to the Crescent.
Brill Terrace, Sommers Town, the N. continuation, or a part of Brill row. See Ditto.
Brissenden Buildings, Brewer Street, Pimlico, the first three or four houses on the R. in it adjoining Pimlico.
Bristow Street, Blackfriars, the first on the L. on street Andrews hill from Earl street and is continued by Hugh court to Water lane.
Britain Court, RatcliiFe highway, at 177, leading to Princes square.
Britain (Little), Aldersgate Street, at 175, the first on the L. from street Martins le Grand, leading to street Bartholomews hospital on the L. and to Duke street and 56 Smithfield on the R.
Britannia Court, Mason street, Lambeth, the third on the L. from 30 Bridge road, near Westminster bridge.
Britannia Court, Golden Lane, Cripplegate, the second on the R. about half a dozen doors from Barbican.
Britannia Gardens, Hoxton, is the N. parallel to part of Old street road, and about of a mile distant, extending from the back of the Britannia, Hoxton town, to Haberdashers walk.
Britannia Street, Grays Inn Lane, the N. end of it, near Battle bridge and Pentonville, about 7/8 of a mile on the R. from Middle row, Holborn.
Brites or Brits Building Long Alley, Moorfields, the fourth on the R. from Worship street towards Sun street or Crown street.
Brits Street, Sampsons Gardens, Wapping, the second on the R. in Globe street from 60 Wapping street leading to the London docks.
Britts Buildings, Hoxton, the N. end of Haberdashers row, opposite Monks buildings and Coffee house row, about 7/8 of a mile on the L, from Old street road, entering by Pitfield street.
British Assurance Society, at 129 Aldengate street about twelve doors on the Right S. from Barbican, near 1/3 of a mile on the Left N. from Newgate street. This is a Benefit Society.
British Brewery, Church Street, Lambeth, is between Prat street and Norfolk row.
British Copper Company, Upper Thames Street, at 68, about the middle of the S. side, three or four doors W. from Queen street
British Fire Office, 429, Strand and 21 Cornhill.
British Gallery, Pall Mall, at 59, about thirteen doors on the L. from St James's street.
British Lying In Hospital, Brownlow Street, Drury Lane, at 34, about thirteen doors on the R. from 20 Drury lane.
British Mercury Newspaper Office, Hind Court, Fleet Street, at 5, behind 147 Fleet street.
British Museum, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, is opposite 50, a few doors on the R. from the N. W. corner of Bloomsbury square.
British Neptune Newspaper Office, 143 Fleet Street, near 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market.
British Press Newspaper Office, Strand, at 5, the back of St Clements church, a few doors on the Right W. of Temple bar.
Britten or Briton Court, Water Lane, Fleet Street, the third on the R. about eighteen doors from 67 Fleet street.
Britten Court, Freemans Lane, Horselydown, at 22, the back of Websters wharf.
Broad Arrow Court, Grub Street, St Lukes, the third on the L. and about ten doors from Chiswell street.
Broad Bridge, Shadwell High street at 87, the fifth on the R. below the church, leading to Dean street
Broad Court, Drury Lane, at 43, near Long Acre, leading to Bow street Covent garden, by the Theatre.
Broad Place, Shoreditch, at the back or E. side of the church, extending from Austin street to Castle street, is continued by Cock lane to Church street.
Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, on the N. side of the Abbey, extending from King street to Tothill street
Broad Street, St Giles or Bloomsbury, the W. continuation of Holborn, extending from Drury lane to the church, the N. side is in Bloomsbury, the S. side in St Giless parish.
Broad Street, Carnaby Market, Golden Square, at 86 Berwick street the third on the R. from 372, Oxford street extending to Marshall street Golden. square.
Broad Street (Old), Threadneedle Street, the first on the L. from the N. E. corner of the Royal Exchange, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 82, extending to London Wall, about 1/5 of a mile in length.
Broad Street (New), the first N. parallel to part of London Wall, extending from the N. end of Old Broad street op. Bishopsgatc church yard, to Broker row, Moorfields, and also the continuation of Old Broad street to Broad street buildings.
Broad Street Buildings, the N. continuation of Old and part of New Broad street to Moorfields.
Broad Street, Ratcliffe, the E. continuation of Ratcliffe highway and Shadwell High street, extending from Cock hill to Ratcliffe cross.
Broad Street, Lambeth, extends from Lambeth butts (between Vauxhall walk and Lambeth walk, to the Thames, is near 1/4 of a mile S. from the church.
Broad Street, Horselydown, the E. continuation of Tooley street and Back street to John street
Broad Street Chambers, Old Broad Street, at 37, op. Winchester street by the Excise office.
Broad Wall, Christ Church, is at the W. end of Stamford street Blackfriars road, (near the bridge) extending from Old Barge stain, Upper Ground, to Charlotte street, Lambeth marsh, about 1/3 of a mile in length.
Broad Way, Westminster, at the W. end of Tothill street from the Abbey, and E. end of York street and James street from Buckingham gate.
Broad Way, Blackfriars, the first on the L. in Cock court from 19, Ludgate street (op. the Old Bailey), it is continued by Water lane to Earl street by the bridge.
Broad Way, St Thomas, Borough, the first on the L. in St Thomas street from 43 High street Borough, leading to Dean street, New way, and the Maze.

Broad Way Yard , Broad Way, Westminster, at 9, Ditto. See Broad Way.
Broad Yard, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, about fifteen doors on the L. from the Sessions house, and nearly op. Castle street.
Broad Yard, Cowheel Alley, Whitecross Street, St Lukes, the first on the L. from 168 Whitecross street, towards Golden lane.
Broad Yard, Blackman Street, Borough, at 69, leading to Great Suffolk street by the Kings bench.
Broken Wharf, Upper Thames Street, at 41, op. Old Fish street hill, about 1/3 of a mile E. from or below Blackfriars bridge.
Brokers Alley, Drury Lane, at 25, nearly opposite Great Queen street, Lincolns inn fields, leading into Castle street.
Broker Row, Moorfields, is on the E. side, extending from London, wall to Broad street buildings.
Bromley Place, Conway street, Fitzroy Square, three doors on the L. from 26 London street
Brompton, in the Parish of Kensington, commences at the W. end of Sloane street and is the third coach turning on the L. 3/8 of a mile from Hyde park corner.
Brompton Chapel, is about the middle of Brompton row, near 2/3 of a mile on the R. from Knightsbridge, and about 1/4 of a mile from Hyde park corner.
Brompton Crescent, is at the back of Michaels place, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from Knightsbridge, extending from Michaels grove to the Fulham road, near the Admiral Kepple.
Brompton Grove, Brompton, is about seven houses on the S. E. side of the road, a little more than 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Knightsbridge, op. 28 Brompton row.
Brompton Row, Brompton, is part of the N. W. side of the road, commencing about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Knightsbridge, leading towards Fulham, near 1/4 of a mile in length.
Brompton Terrace, part of the S. E. side of the road, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Knightsbridge, extending from Queens buildings to Queen street,
Brooks Court, Brooks Market, Holborn, the N. W. corner of it, leading to Bell court and 22, Grays inn lane.
Brooks Court, Brook Street, Lambeth, is about a dozen doors on the L. from Little Moor place, towards West square.
Brook Court, Brothers Row, High Street, Lambeth, the first on the L. and a few yards from High street.
Brooks Court, Upper Lambeth Marsh, the first on the L. from the turnpike, towards Stangate street leading into Carlisle lane.
Brooks Court, Vine Yard, St O1aves, the third on the R. from 110, the E. end of Tooley street towards Pickle Herring stairs.
Brooks Gardens, Hampstead Road, at the W. end of Henry street on the R.
Brooks Gardens, Coldbath fields, the back of Brooks place, near the Union public house, on the road from Clerkenwell to Pentonville.
Brooks Market, Holborn, is the N. end of Brook street, from 140 Holborn, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market.
Brooks Mews, Davis Street, Berkeley Square, at 46, five doors S. from 40 Brook street leading into Avery row.
Brooks Mews, Cleaver Street, Kennington Cross, the first on the R. in it from the White Hart towards Princes square.
Brooks Place, Kennington Cross, is facing Upper Kennington lane, forming part of the E. side of the road between the White Hart and Kennington green.
Brooks Place, Clerkenwell, is a short row of small houses by Bagnige Wells, about 7/8 of a mile N. from the Sessions house towards Pentonville and Battle bridge.
Brooks Place, Little Charles Street, Hampstead Road, the first on the L. and five doors from 5, Mary street, near the W. end of Charles street Hampstead road.
Brook Street, Fitzroy Square, the first on the R. in the New road from Tottenham Court road, towards Paddington, leading into Charles street and Hampstead road.
Brook Street (Little), Fitzroy Square, the second on the L. in Brook street from the New road, nearly op. Charles street Hampstead road.
Brook Street, Holborn, at 140, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market, leading into Brooks market.
Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, extends from the N. E. corner of it to 103, New Bond street where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 58, is near 1/4 a mile in length.
Brook Street (Little), Hanover Square, extends from the S. W. corner to New Bond street op. the last described.
Brook Street (Upper), Grosvenor Square, extends from the N. W. corner of it, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 55, to Park lane, about 1/6 a mile in length.
Brook Street, Ratcliffe, is the E. continuation of Back lane and Sun Tavern fields, also the first N. parallel to Cock hill and Broad street extending from Love lane to Butcher row and White Horse street near 1/4 of a mile in length.
Brook Street, Walcot Place, Lambeth, is about 2/3 of a mile on the L. from Westminster bridge, leading from Little Moor place (op. Lambeth new chapel) to South street and West square, about 1/5 of a mile in length.
Brooks Wharf, Upper Thames Street, at 51, op. Broad street hill, about 1/3 of a mile E. from or below Blackfriars bridge.
Brooks Wharf, Willow Street, Bankside, is situate between Pye gardens and Love lane, about 1/5 of a mile below Blackfriars bridge, Surrey side.
Brooks Wharf, Weavers Lane, Borough, is situate on the R. in it from 119, Tooley street 3/8 of a mile below London bridge.
Brooks Yard, Angel Alley, Moorfields, the second door on the R. from Long alley, near the W. end of Skinner street, Bishopsgate without.
Brooks Yard, Upper Thames Street, the back of 204, or the first on the L. in Old Fish street hill, by Messrs. Hahn and Cos sugar house.
Brothers Buildings, Ogle Court, Queen Ann Street East, Marylebone, the first on the L. from 15 Queen Ann street and the first on the R. from 10 Upper Marylebone street
Brothers Row, High Street, Lambeth, the fourth on the R. from the church, leading into Fore street
Browns Buildings, Stanhope Street, Clare Market, at 27, three doors N. from White Horse yard, Drury lane.
Browns Buildings, St Mary Axe, at 5, the first on the R. from 116 Leadenhall street leading into Bury street.
Browns Buildings, Princes Street, Rosemary Lane, the first on the L. from Rosemary lane, at the E. end of Glasshouse yard, Minories.
Browns Buildings, Upper East Smithfield, at 116, the first E. from Butlers buildings, nearly opposite Nightingale lane.
Browns Buildings, Glean Alley, Tooley Street, at the further end of it from 218 Tooley street near London bridge.
Browns Court, Edgware Road, at 81, the back of Winchester row, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Tyburn turnpike.
Browns Court, North Row, North Audley Street, at 22, leading to 10 Green street.
Browns Court, Carnaby Market, at 21, the N. E. corner of it.
Browns Court, Angel Alley, Moorfields, the second on the R. from Long alley, op Brewhouse yard.
Browns Court, Great Ayliffe Street, Goodmans Fields, at 49, the first on the R. four doors W. from Red lion street, Whitechapel.
Browns Lane, Spitalfields, op. 55 Brick lane, a few doors S. from Hanburys brewery, leading into Lamb street, Spital square, and Bishopsgate without.
Browns Passage, Green Street, N. Audley Street, at 50, the first on the L. from 28, North Audley street, leading into Lees mews.
Browns Quay, Wapping, is op. 7 Wapping street by Hermitage bridge.
Brown Street, Grosvenor Square, is parallel to part of the N. side of it, and the second S. parallel to Oxford street about of a mile on the R. from Hyde park, extending from 36, Duke street to George street
Brown Street, Bunhill Row, is a part of the E. side of it, at 60, near Featherstone street.
Brown Street, Upper George Street, Edgware Road, at 10, thirteen doors on the L. from 45 Edgware road, and five doors on the R. from Adam Street West, Cumberland place.
Brownlow Street, Holborn, at 50, N. side, nearly op. Chancery lane, leading into Bedford row.
Brownlow Street, Drury Lane, at 20, W. side, near Holborn and Broad street St Giless, leading into Old Belton Street.
Brunswick Chapel, Upper Berkeley Street, Portman Square, on the N. side between Quebec street and Cumberland place.
Brunswick Court, Brunswick Street, Christ Church, at 34, leading into Green walk.
Brunswick Mews, Wilmot Street, Brunswick Square, at 4, the first on the R. from 36 Bernard street.
Brunswick Mews, Cumberland Street. Portman Square, the fourth on the R. from 215 Oxford street, four doors from Upper Berkeley street.
Brunswick Place, City Road, is about 3/8 of a mile N. from Finsbury square (by the turnpike), the first on the R. from Old street, leading to Charles street Hoxton.
Brunswick Place, Brunswick Street, Christ Church, at 17, on the N. side, near Green walk.
Brunswick Place, Kent Road, is about 1/4 of a mile on the R. below the Bricklayers arms, adjoining East lane.
Brunswick Row, Horseferry Road, Westminster, is part of the W. end of it, extending from Strutton ground and Great Peter street to Bridewell, opposite the Grey coat school.
Brunswick Square, is situate on the N. side of Great Guilford street, Grays inn lane, the first entrance from ditto is Lansdown place, on the W. side the Foundling hospital.
Brunswick Street, Stamford Street, Blackfriars road, at 12, leading to Green walk by Christ church, about 1/8 of a mile in length.
Brunswick Street (Little), Christ Church, Surrey, the S. continuation of the last from Green walk to Cross street.
Brunswick Terrace, Brunswick Square. See Colonnade.
Brush Court, Upper East Smithfield, at 60, the third on the R. about sixteen doors from Tower hill.
Bruton Mews, North Bruton Street, is as the continuation of Little Bruton street to Bruton place.
Bruton Mews, South Bruton Street, is five doors on the L. in Bruton street from 146 New Bond street
Bruton Place, Berkeley Square, at 22, the N. W. corner leading into Bruton mews and Little Bruton street
Bruton Street, Berkeley Square, extends from the E. side of it to 146, New Bond street.
Bruton Street (Little), the first on the R. in the last described, three doors from 146, New Bond street, leading into Bruton mews and Berkeley square.
Bryanstone Street, Portman Square, the first N. parallel to Oxford street extending from 19 Portman street to 7 Great Cumberland street near Tyburn turnpike.
Bryanstone Street (Upper), the W. continuation of the last from Great Cumberland street to Edgware road, it is the first on the R. in the said road from Tyburn turnpike.
Brydges Street, Covent Garden, the continuation of Catherine street from 342 Strand, leading to Great Russell street by Drury lane theatre.
Bryons Buildings, Stangate, Lambeth, at the N. end of the Bishops walk, near Westminster bridge.
Bucks Head Court, Great Distaff Lane, three doors on the R. from 31, Old Change, by St Pauls church yard.
Bucks Row, Ducking Pond Row, Whitechapel Road, is a part of the N. side of it by Liptraps distillery.
Buckbridge or Buckeridge Court, Buckbridge Street, St Giless, is about the middle of the S. side of it.
Buckbridge Street, St Giless, at 26, High Street, the first on the R. from the church towards Oxford street leading into Dyot street
Buckingham Court, Charing Cross, at 36, the N. side the Admiralty, leading into Spring gardens.
Buckingham Gate, St James's Park, at the W. end of it by the Queens palace.
Buckingham Gate, Buckingham Street, Strand, at the S. end of it by the Thames.
Buckingham House, St James's Park, on the W. side of it, about 1/3 of a mile from street James's palace.
Buckingham Place, Fitzroy Square, on the W. side of it, being the continuation of Cleaveland street from Carburton street to the New road.
Buckingham Row, James Street, Westminster, at the E. end of it, op. the Blue coat school, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Buckingham gate.
Buckingham Street, Strand, at 38, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from Charing cross, leading towards the Thames.
Buckingham Street, Fitzroy Square , extends from Buckingham place to 41 Upper Norton street, near the New road.
Buckle Street, Goodmans Fields, at 35 Red lion street, the second on the L. from 32 Whitechapel extending to Plough street.
Bucklersbury, Cheapside, commences at 80, op. the Old Jewry, on the R. extending to the back of the Mansion house.
Buckley Court, High Street, St Giles, at 10, nearly op. the church, leading into Church lane.
Budge Row, Watling Street, the E. continuation of it to Cannon street extending from St Antholins church, Size Lane, to Walbrook.
Bull AlIey, Princes Street, Lambeth, at the middle of it, nearly opposite Andersons walk, leading to Fore street and the Thames.
Bull Alley, Upper Ground, Christ Church, is about of a mile W. from Blackfriars bridge, and op. Boddys bridge.
Bullards Place, Bethnal Green, is nearly of a mile directly E. from the Salmon and Ball on the Green, or first S. parallel to part of Green street, extending from Green place to West street.
Bull Bridge, Bermondsey, the first on the left in Magdalen street, from 140, Tooley street leading to Gibbons rents and 27 Bermondsey street.
Bull Court, Giltspur Street, at 15, the second on the R. from Newgate street towards Smithfield.
Bull Court or Yard, Fan Street, Goswell Street, is the continuation of it on the left.
Bull Court, Petticoat Lane, Spitalfields, is three doors N. from Wentworth street on the same side.
Bull Court, Kingsland Road, the third on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Bull Court, Whitechapel, at 78, the first W. from Osborn street nearly opposite the church.
Bull Court, Nightingale Lane, Limehouse, the first on the L. from Ropemakers fields towards the New cut.
Bull Court, Kent Street, Borough, at 290, a few doors on the R. from St Georges church.
Bull Court, Tooley Street. See Tooleys Gateway.
Bullen Court, Strand, at 407, nearly op. the Adelphi, leading to 15 Maiden lane, Covent garden.
Bull and Gate Court, Holborn, at 243, three doors E. from Little Turnstile, Lincolns inn fields.
Bulls Head Alley or Court, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, at 19 Peter street the second on the R. in it from Turnmill street or seven doors on the L. from 30 Saffron hill in the op. direction.
Bulls Head Court, Great Peter Street, Westminster, at the W end of it, by the Horseferry road opposite Duck lane.
Bulls Head Court, Cow Lane, W. Smithfield, at 5, the first on the R. from Snow hill.
Bulls Head Court, Newgate Street, at 80, the third on the R. front Cheapside, two doors E. from Butcherhall lane.
Bulls Head Court, Lawrence Lane, at the back of 97, Cheapside.
Bulls Head Court, Newington Causeway, the first on the L. from the Kings bench towards the Elephant and Castle.
Bulls Head Passage, Gracechurch street, at 81, leading to Leadenhall market.
Bulls Head Passage, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 91, op ; Love lane, leading to Oat lane and 11 Noble street
Bull Inn, Holborn, at 121, about 1/7 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market.
Bull Inn, Bishopsgate, at 91, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Cornhill.
Bull Inn, Leadenhall Street, at 152, six doors on the L. from Cornhill.
Bull Inn, Aldgate, at 26, a few doors on the L. from the pump towards. Whitechapel.
Bull Lane, Stepney, op. the W. side the church, leading toward Whitechapel.
Bull Livery Stables, Goswell Street, at 6, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. N. from Barbican, and six doors from Fan street.
Bull and Mouth Inn, Bull and Mouth Street, the first gate on the L. from 5, street Martins le Grand.
Bull and Mouth Street, St Martins le Grand, at 5, op. street Anns lane, the second on the L. from 60 Newgate street, leading into Butcherhall lane.
Bullock Court, Whitecross Street, St Lukes, at 98, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Cripplegate church, nearly op. Playhouse yard, leading into Blue Anchor alley.
Bull Stake Court, High Street, Whitechapel, at 58, the first W. from the church.
Bull Stairs, Upper Ground, Christ church, at the end of Bull alley. See Ditto.
Bull Wall, Chelsea, at 18 Paradise row, about the middle of the S. side, it leads to the Thames.
Bull Wharf, Queenhithe, Upper Thames Street, the S. end of Bull wharf lane from 62 Upper Thames street.
Bull Wharf Lane, Upper Thames Street, at 62, by Queenhithe, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from London bridge towards Blackfriars.
Bull Yard, White Horse Street, Ratcliffe, is two doors on the L. from Butcher row, Ratcliffe cross, towards the Commercial road.
Bull Yard, Windmill Street, Haymarket, at 43, about fourteen doors on the L. from Piccadilly, and three doors from Queen street
Bull Yard, Fan street Goswell street. See Bull Court.
Bullyrag Row, Bethnal Green, is about of a mile E. from the Green, at the back of the corner formed by Green street and Globe street.
Bulstrode Mews, Marylebone Lane, at 32, eight doors from High street and four doors N. from Bulstrode street.
Bulstrode Street, Marylebone, at 28, Marylebone lane, the fourth on the R. about of a mile from 158 Oxford street leading to 48 Welbeck street.
Bunches Alley, Thrawl Street, Spitalfields, at 22, the first on the R. from 208, Brick lane, about 1/5 of a mile N. from Whitechapel church,
Bunhill Row, St Lukes, the first W. parallel to Finsbury square and the Artillery ground, extending from 63 Chiswell street where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 133, to Old street op. St Lukes hospital, about 1/3 of a mile in length.
Burden Street, Berkeley Square, at 30, Davis street op. Mount street three doors on the R. from the square, leading into John street.
Burdett Street, Locks Field?, Walworth. See York Street.
Burleigh Court, Burleigh Street, Strand, the second on the L. from 365, in the Strand. See the next article.
Burleigh Street, Strand, at 365, about the middle of the N. side, on the W. side of Exeter change, leading to Exeter street.
Burlington. Gardens, at the back of Burlington. house, extending from 24 Old Bond street to Vigo lane.
Burlington House, at 52 and 53 Piccadilly, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from the Hay market, op. Duke street St James's.
Burlington Mews (New), Swallow Street, at 129, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from 44 Piccadilly.
Burlington Street (New), Swallow Street, at 120, about of a mile on the L. from 44 Piccadilly, leading into Saville row.
Burlington. Street (Old), the second on the R. in Vigo lane from 148 Swallow street extending to Boyle street.
Burmans Row, Green Street, Bethnal Green, is part of the S. side nearly op. Chester place, a few yards on the R. from the Green.
Burr Street, Lower East Smithfield, is near 1/4 of a mile E. from the Tower, extending from street Catherines, by Goodwins brewery, to Nightingale lane, about 1/8 of a mile in length.
Burr Street (Little), at 41 Burr street leading to King Henry yard, Maudlins rents, and 41 Lower East Smithfield.
Burrows Buildings, Black friars Road, forms part of the W. side of it, nearly op. Surrey chapel, extending from Charlotte street to Georges row, by the Bun house.
Burrows Mews, is at the back or W. side of Burrows buildings. See Ditto.
Bury Court, St Mary Axe, at 20, the fourth on the R. from 116 Leadenhall street.
Bury Place, Bloomsbury, is the continuation of Lyon street from 143 High Holborn, being the W. side of Bloomsbury market.
Bury Street, Bloomsbury, the continuation of Bury place and Lyon street, from 143 High Holborn, extending from 30 Hart street to 66 Great Russell street.
Bury Street, St James's, is the first E. parallel to street Jamess street, extending from 81 Jermyn street to King street.
Bury Street, St Mary Axe, is the E. parallel to it, entering by a small court at 10, leading to Bevis Marks.
Burying Ground Alley, Chequer Alley, Bunhill Row, about the middle of the N. side of it, entering from 99, Bunhill row, or at 107 Whitecross street.
Burying Ground Passage, Paradise Street, Marylebone, at 11, the W. end, leading to Paddington street
Busby Street, James Street, Bethnal Green, the second on the R. and on the L. in it from 124 Church street, leading into Oakley street, Thomas street and 118 Brick lane.
Bush Lane, Cannon Street, at 22, op. St Swithins lane, leading to 158 Upper Thames Street, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from London bridge.
Bush Lane, (Little), at 23, Bush lane, Cannon street leading to 156 Upper Thames street,
Bushels Court, Stoney Street, Borough, is op. 9,. the first on the R. from the Clink, towards the Borough market.
Bushels Rents, Wapping, at 7, the second on the L. below the Hermitage bridge, leading to Great Hermitage street.
Butchers Hall, Pudding Lane, at 34, four doors on the L. from 5, Eastcheap.
Butcherhall Lane, Newgate Street, at 82, a few doors on the R. from Cheapside, leading to Little Britain and Smithfield.
Butcher Row, Upper East Smithfield, at 81, the first on the R. from Tower hill, and about of a mile distant, leading to Lower East Smithfield.
Butcher Row, Ratcliffe Cross, extends from the E. end of Broad street to Brook street and White horse street
Butcher Row, St Georges Market, street Georges Fields, at the N. W. side of it, leading towards the London road.
Butlers Alley, Moor Lane, Moorfields, at the N. end of it, on the L. from 87 Fore street leading into Ropemakers street Finsbury square.
Butlers Alley or Court, Moor Lane, the fifth on the R. from 86 Fore street, leading to 26 Little Moorfields.
Butlers Buildings, George Street, Spitalfields, the first on the R. N. from Spicer street near 82 Brick lane.
Butlers Buildings, Upper East Smithfield, at 112, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from Tower hill, leading into Cartwright square and Rosemary lane.
Butlers Buildings, Artillery Lane, Southwark, is about the middle of the S. side, the second on the R. down Crucifix lane, from 50 Bermondsey street.
Butlers Wharf, Shad Thames, Horselydown, op. Thomas street 5/8 of a mile below London bridge.
Button Court, Acorn Alley, Bishopsgate, the first on the L. from 124 Bishopsgate without.
Buttons Entry, White Horse Street, Ratcliffe, is at the N. end, nearly op. the Workhouse.
Buxton Place, Lambeth, is near 1/2 a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge op. the Terrace, and leading from Lambeth new chapel towards the church.
Byce Court, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, the third on the R. from 48 Rosemary lane, towards Upper East Smithfield.
Byde Street, Bethnal Green, the N. side of Anchor street extending from Swan yard to Club row.
Byfield Place, Charlotte Street, Blackfriars Road, a few houses on the R. between Surrey chapel and Gravel lane, by the N. E. corner of Nelson square.

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