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

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.

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Cabbage Alley, Long Lane, Bermondsey, is near the middle of the N. side, a Few doors W. from the Kings head.
Cable Place, Cable Street, Wellclose Square, is opposite Short Street at the back of the houses from 40 to 55.
Cable Street, Wellclose Square, is the E. continuation of Rosemary lane, Tower hill, extending from White lion Street to the New road, St George's in the East
Caddick's Row, Whitehall, is about thirty doors on the L, from Charing cross towards Westminster bridge, op. the Admiralty, leading into Great Scotland yard.
Cadogan Place, Sloane Street, Chelsea, is op. 76, and the Cadogan arms, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Knightsbridge.
Cadogan Place (Upper), Sloane Street, Chelsea, op. 50, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Knightsbridge.
Cain's Court, Cain's Place, Church Lane, Whitechapel, is about the middle of the E. side of Cain's Place.
Cain's Place, Church Lane, Whitechapel, the first on the R. and about six doors from 65 Cable Street, Wellclose square.
Caledonian Hotel, Robert Street, Adelphi, at 3, the W. end of Adelphi terrace, entrance by Adam street, 73, in the Strand.
Calender Yard, Long Alley, Moorfields, the sixth on the L. from Moorfields towards Sun street nearly op. Ball alley.
Calico Buildings, Neckinger, Bermondsey, on the E. side of it, facing Prospect row and Parker's row, about 1/4 of a mile from Hickman's folly, Dockhead.
Calthorpe Place, Paradise Row, Chelsea, is op. 12, and is the first on the L. a few yards from the Hospital towards Battersea bridge.
Calvert Street, Old Gravel Lane, is about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from 65 Ratcliffe highway, nearly op. No. 28, leading to Tench Street and the London deck.
Cambridge Heath, Hackney Road, is about 1 1/8 of a mile from Shoreditch church, by the turnpike towards Hackney.
Cambridge House, Hackney Road. See Cambridge Heath.
Cambridge Place, Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, on the W. side the square, between Carburton Street and Buckingham Street
Cambridge Place, Cambridge Heath, Hackney Road, is a few doors on the L. from the turnpike towards Hackney, near the Hare public house.
Cambridge Place, Hackney road, forms part of the N. side of it, extending from Great Cambridge Street towards the Nag's head.
Cambridge Street (Great), Hackney Road, is about 1/2 a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church, leading towards Dalston.
Cambridge Street (Little), Hackney Road, is about eight doors on the L. in Great Cambridge street from Hackney road.
Cambridge Street, Golden Square, L the N. continuation of Windmill Street Haymarket, leading into Broad Street, Poland Street and to 365 Oxford Street
Camden Court, Grub Street, Cripplegate, at the N. end, three doors on the L. from Chiswell Street
Camden Row, Bethnal Green Road, forms part of the S. side of it, about 1/4 of a mle on the R. from 65, Shoreditch, by Wilmott street, near the Green.
Camden Street, East Lane, Walworth, the second on the L. about of a mile from the High street or road, extending to Lock's fields.
Camel Buildings, Orchard Street, Portman Square, at 9, the second on the R. from 197 Oxford Street leading into Edward's mews and Duke Street
Camomile Street, Bishopsgate, the first on the R. near of a mile N. from Cornhill, or a few doors S. from Houndsditch, it leads into St Mary Axe.
Camomile Mews, Camomile Street, Bishopsgate, at 15, that number of doors on the R. from Bishopsgate street.
Camperdown Place, Snow's Fields, the fourth on the L. from 238 Bermondsey street, by the Ship and Mermaid public house
Campion Lane, Upper Thames Street, at 89, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from London bridge, and is by the church, op. Suffolk lane.
Canal Office, Change Alley, at 9, the third house on the R. from 67 Lombard Street towards Cornhill.
Cane Place, Gravel Lane, Borough, at the S. end of it, and E. end of Bennett's row, Blackfriars road.
Cannon or Canon Alley, St Paul's Church Yard, at 63, the N. side, a few doors from Cheapside, leading to 58 Paternoster row.
Cannon Brewery, Knightsbridge, is nearly op. Sloane Street about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Hyde park corner.
Cannon Place, Mile End, the first on the L. from the turnpike towards London, leading into Mile End Grove.
Cannon Row, Westminster, extends from behind 49, Parliament street, to 9 Bridge street.
Cannon Street, the first N. parallel to Upper Thames street, extending from Dowgate hill and Walbrook to Crooked lane, about 1/6 of a mile in length.
Cannon Street, St George's in the East, at 143 Ratcliffe highway by the church, extending to the New road, it is continued by Cannon Street road to Whitechapel, distance about 1/2 a mile.
Cannon Street, Mint, Southwark, the continuation of Lant Street from 109, Blackman street, leading into George street and Great Suffolk street.
Canterbury Buildings, Lambeth, the continuation of Hercules buildings from the Asylum towards Lambeth church.
Canterbury Corner, Lambeth Walk, is about the middle of Little Canterbury place.
Canterbury Place, Lambeth, forms part of the S. side of the road, leading from the Three Stag to Lambeth church, commencing near the New chapel.
Canterbury Place (Little), Lambeth is on the S. side or 'back of the last described, or the first on the R. in Lambeth walk.
Canterbury Place, Walworth, extends from the W. end of Manor row or place to Harford lane.
Canterbury Row, Newington, forms part of the E. side of the road, leading from the church to Kennington common, commencing about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from the church.
Canterbury Square, Dean Street, Borough, is two doors on the R. from 203 Tooley Street about 1/5 of a mile from London bridge.
Canterbury Walk, Canterbury Buildings, Lambeth, is behind 15, Lambeth terrace by South street, leading to Canterbury buildings.
Canton Place, East India Dock Road, Limehouse, forms part of the N. side of it, op. Pennyfields, Poplar, near 1/4 of a mile on the L. E. from Limehouse church towards Blackwall.
Capel Court, Bartholomew Lane, the first on the R. from the Royal Exchange, facing the E. entrance of the Bank.
Cape Trafalgar, Deptford Lower Road, at the N. corner of China hall, about 2f miles from London bridge.
Carburton Street, Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, the second on the R. from the New road, nearly op. Grafton Street from Tottenham court road, extending to Portland road.
Cardigan Place, Upper Kennington Lane, forms part of the N. side of it by Kennington cross, on the R. towards Vauxhall.
Carey Lane, Cheapside, the first N. parallel to part of it, extending from 32 Gutter lane to 14 Foster lane.
Carey Place, Oakley Street, Lambeth, at 27, by the Oakley arms, leading to Carey Street and Lambeth marsh.
Carey Street.Lambeth Lower Marsh, the first N. parallel to Oakley Street entrance by Green row, nearly op. James street.
Carey Street, Chancery Lane, at 99, the first on the L. from 194 Fleet Street leading into Portugal Street and Clare market.
Carlisle Chapel, Kennington Lane, is situate between Pleasant row and Mansion house row, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from the Plough and Harrow, by the 2 mile stone from Cornhill.
Carlisle House, Carlisle Lane, Lambeth, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. in it, from the Marsh gate.
Carlisle Lane, Mount Street, Lambeth, is two or three doors S. from the Marsh gate, on the R. leading to Carlisle house and place.
Carlisle Hace, Carlisle Lane, Lambeth, is the continuation of it towards Lambeth church.
Carlisle Square, Carlisle Lane, Lambeth, is the first on the R. in it, a few yards from the Marsh gate.
Carlisle Street, Soho Square, at 34, on the W. side, intersecting Dean street at 67, and leading to Little Chapel Street and Wardour street.
Carlton House, Pall Mall, between 112 & 115, a few doors on the L. from the Haymarket.
Carlton Place, St Albans Street, Pall Mall, at 29, six doors on the L. from 13, Pali Mall, under the archway.
Carlton Place, White Hart row, Kennington, the first on the L. from Kennington lane, or the third on the R. from Clayton place, Clapham road, Newington.
Carmarthen Street, Tottenham Court Road, is op. London Street about 1/2 a mile on the R. from St Giles's, extending from 12, on the terrace, to the fields.
Carnaby Market, Goiden Square, the W. end of Broad Street on the R. from 86 Berwick Street, Oxford Street
Carnaby Street, Carnaby Market, is on the W. side, extending from 28 Great Marlborough Strcet to 22, Silver street, Golden square.
Carol's Court, Charles Street, Horselydown, at the back of 18, the corner of New Street, Dockhead.
Carolina Coffee House, 25 Birchin lane, four doors on the L. from 30, Cornhill.
Caroline Court, Great Saffron Hill, at 18, op. Charles street, Hatton garden, or the third on the R. from Holborn hill along Field lane.
Caroline Mews, Caroline Street, Bedford Square, is about the middle of the E. side, op. Tavistock Street, Tottenham Court road, leading into Charlotte street.
Caroline Place, Great Guilford Street, Foundling Hospital, is op. 10, the second on the R. from Gray's inn lane, on the E. side the hospital.
Caroline Place, City Road, forms part of the N. side, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Old street, towards Islington, extending from Plumbers Street to City terrace.
Caroline Street, Bedford Square, extends from the S. W. corner to 116, Great Russell Street ten doors on the L. from Tottenham court road.
Caroline Wharf, Rotherhithe, is about of a mile below the church, nearly op. Clarence Street the first W. from Hanover stairs.
Carpenters Buildings, London Wall, is op. the S. E. corner of Moorfields, about three doors W. from Winchester street.
Carpenters Hall, Carpenters Buildings London Wall. See the last article.
Carpenter Street, Vine Street, Westminster, at 44, the third on the L. from 43 Millbank Street leading to the Horseferry road.
Carpenter Street, Mount Street, Berkeley Square, six doors from Davies street, N.W. corner of the square, leading into Mount row.
Carpenters Yard, Half Moon Street, Bishopsgate, at the back of the Half moon, a few yards on the R. from 170 Bishopsgate without.
Carr Square, Cripplegate, the third on the L. in Moor lane, about twelve doors from 87 Fore Street
Carr Yard, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, the fourth on the R. from 48 Rosemary lane towards Upper East Smithfield.
Carrier Street, Church Street, St Giles's, W. parallel to Dyot Street extending from Church lane to Buckbridge street.
Carrington Place, Down Street, Piccadilly, is the continuation of it from the W. end of Piccadilly, leading to 17, Hertford Street, May Fair.
Carrington Street, Shepherds Market, May Fair, is on the S. side, about six doors on the L. from White horse Street, Piccadilly.
Carron Wharf, Upper Thames Street, is op. 221, about 1/5 of a mile E. from Blackfriars bridge.
Carter Court, Redcross Street, Borough, at 89, the first on the L. from Park Street, Borough market.
Carter Court, Cutler Street, Houndsditch, the first on the R. a few doors from 111 Houndsditch.
Carter Lane (Great), St Paul's. Church Yard, the first on the L. in Creed Lane from 14 Ludgate Street, extending to Paul's chain, St Paul's church yard.
Carter Lane (Little), St, Paul's Church Yard, the E. continuation of the last, extending from Paul's chain to 13 Old Change.
Carter. Lane, Tooley Street, at 243, the second on the R. from London bridge, leading into the Ship inn yard.
Carter Street, Bethnal Green, at 167, Brick lane, about 1/8 of a mile en the R. from Whitechapel, op. Hanbury's brewery, extending to Spital street.
Carthusian Street, Aldersgate Street, at 107, about eight or nine doors N. on the L. from Barbican, leading into Charterhouse square.
Cartwright Square, Rosemary Lane, the S. end of Cartwright street, leading into the middle of Upper East Smithfield.
Cartwright Street, Rosemary Lane, at 32, near 1/5 of a mile on the R. from the Minories, Tower hill, leading to Cartwright square and Upper East Smithfield.
Cartwright Street, Broadway, Westminster, at the W. end of Tothill street from the Abbey, leading into Park street.
Castle Alley, Royal Exchange, is on the W. side leading from Cornhill to the Bank.
Castle Baynard Copper Company, Upper Thames Street, at 12, between Anderson's and Carron Wharfs, about 1/6 of a mile E. from Blackfriars bridge.
Castle Court, Strand, at 130, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from Charing cross, leading to 7, Chandos Street
Castle Court, Popping's Court, Fleet Street, the first on the L. in it from 111, Fleet St near Fleet market.
Castle Court, Castle Street, Oxford Street, at 14, four doors W. from 62 Berners street.
Castle Court, Fullwood's Rents, Holborn, at 23, five doors on the R. from 33, Holbom, nearly op. Chancery lane.
Castle Court, Piccadilly, at 23 that number of doors on the R. from the Haymarket, leading into Castle street.
Castle Court, Whitecross Street, Cripplegate, at 55, the back of Whitbread's brewery.
Castle Court, Lawrence Lane, Cheapside, at 20, about ten doors on the L. from 97, Cheapside, leading to Mumford court and Milk street.
Castle Court, Budge Row, Watling Street, at 10, leading to 11, Cloak lane.
Castle Court, Castle Street, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, the first on the L. from Turnmill St towards Saffron hill.
Castle Court, Kingsland Road, is about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church, and op. Union street.
Castle Court, Birchin Lane, at 23, leading into Bell yard and to 13 Gracechurch street.
Castle Court, Castle Street, Bethnal Green, the second on the R. from behind Shoreditch church, eastward.
Castle Court, Old Castle Street, Whitechapel, the first on the L. in it from Wentworth Street towards Whitechapel High street.
Castle Court, Castle Lane, Southwark, is about the middle of the E. side, op. Morris's walk.
Castle Court, Kent Street, Borough, at 248, on the S. side, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from St George's church.
Castle and Falcoln Inn, Aldersgate Street, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from 65 Newgate Street along St Martin's le Grand, five doors N. from St Ann's lane.
Castle Inn, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 26, being that number of doors on the R. from 122 Cheapside.
Castle Lane, James Street, Westminster, is at the E. end, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from Buckingham gate, leading to Elliott's brewery and Brewer Street, Pimlico.
Castle Lane, Whitechapel, at 124, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. below Aldgate pump, leading to Old Castle Street and Went worth street.
Castle Lane, Southwark, the first on the R. in Castle Street from 13 Redcross Street leading to Maid lane, op. Horse shoe alley.
Castle Mews, Castle Street, Oxford Street, at 66, three doors W. from 63 Bemers street.
Castle Place, New Castle Street, Whitechapel, the first on the R. from 120 Whitechapel, leading to Old Castle Street and Wentworth street.
Castle Place, Gibraltar Row, St George's Fields, at 15, the first on the L. from Prospect place.
Castle Street, Leicester Square, is the first E. parallel to it, and the first W. to St Martin's lane, extending from Great Newport Street to the King's mews.
Castle Street, Long Acre, is the first N. parallel to it, extending from Charles Street to Little St Martin's lane, and is the continuation of Brokers alley, from 25 Drury lane.
Castle Street East, or Little Castle Street, Oxford Street, the first N. parallel to part of it, extending from 81 Newman Street to Oxford market.
Castle Street West, or Great Castle Street, Oxford Street, the W. continuation of the last, extending from Oxford market to 6, Princes street, Cavendish square ; total length of these two streets is about 1/3 of a mile.
Castle Street, Bloomsbury, is the first N parallel to Broad street, extending from Peter Street to Vine street, and is the W. continuation of Hart Street to Thorney street.
Castle Street, Saffron Hill, at 60, leading into Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, near the Green.
Castle Street, Air Street, Piccadilly, three doors on the R. from 27, Piccadilly, leading to 22, Titchborne street.
Castle Street, Holborn, at 12, on the E. side of Middle row, leading into Cursitor street and Chancery lane.
Castle Street, Falcon Square, Aldersgate Street, is at the N. corner of it, leading into Nichols square, Well street, and Jewin street.
Castle Street, Fleet Market. at 33, on the E. side, leading into Seacoal lane and Snow hill.
Castle Street, Upper Thames Street, op. 223, ahout of a mile on the R. from Blackfriars bridge, leading to the Thames.
Castle Street, Moorfields, is the second N. parallel to Finsbury square 1/8 of a mile from it, and extends from 18 City road to Paul Street
Castle Street, Bethnal Green, extends from Cock lane behind Shoreditch church to Gascoigne place, it is continued by Virginia row to Bird cage walk and Hackney road.
Castle Street (New), Bethnal Green, is the first on the R. in the last described from Shoreditch church.
Castle Street . (New), Whitechapel High Street, at 120, nearly op. Red lion Street, it is continued by New Castle place and Old Castle Street to Wentworth Street Spitalfields.
Castle Street (Old), Whitechapel, is the continuation of Castle lane from 121 Whitechapel High Street leading into Wentworth street, Spitalfields.
Castle Street, Houndsditch, at 46, S. side, being the second on the R. from Bishopsgate church, leading to Bevis Marks.
Castle Street, Redcross Street, Borough, at 14, the first on the R. from Park street, Borough market, leading to Castle lane, Maid lane, and Bankside.
Castle Street, Kent Street, Borough, at 94, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Church street, St George's church.
Castle Yard, Chapel Street, Westminster, is at the E. end by the Broadway, op. St Margaret's burying ground, leading into Snow's rents and York street.
Castle Yard, Royal Hospital Row, Chelsea, a narrow passage near the hospital, leading into Turk's row, and situate between Anderson's yard and Loveland's yard.
Castle Yard, Castle Street, Holborn, at 37, leading into Norwich court, and to 92 Fetter lane.
Castle Yard, Bolsover Street, Oxford Street, at 10, the second on the L. from 113 Oxford street.
Castle Yard, Upper Thames Street, at 34, op. Lambeth hill, near 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Blackfriars bridge, leading towards the Thames.
Castle Yard, Gravel Lane, Christ Church, the first on the L. from Holland street, Blackfriars bridge, behind the Falcon glass house.
Cateaton Street, Milk Street, Cheapside, at 16, N. end of it, extending to the Old Jewry, parallel to Cheapside.
Catherine Buildings, William Street. Westminster, the first on the R. a few yards from 30 James street.
St Catherine Cree Church, between numbers 84 and 88 Leadenhall Street about ten doors on the R. from Aldgate pump.
St Catherine Coleman's Church, on the E. side of Church row, a few yards behind 67 Fenchurch street.
St Catherine's Church, St Catherine's Street, Tower Hill, behind the houses which are op. St Catherine's stairs.
Catherine Court, Great Peter Street, Westminster, at the W. end, between the Elephant and Castle and Duck lane.
Catherine Court, Goswell Street, at 54, nearly op. Little Sutton Street a few doors N. from Old St
Catherine Court, Seething Lane, at 34, the second on the R. from 56 Great Tower street, leading to 13 Tower hill.
St Catherine's Court, St Catherine's Street, Tower hill, the first turning on the L. and then again on the R. in that from Tower hill.
Catherine Court, Catherine Street, Commercial Road, is the first on the R. a few doors from the Commercial road.
St Catherine's Cloisters, St Catherine's, on the N. side the church in St Catherine's court or square.
St Catherine's Lane, Upper East Smithfield, at 50, six doors on the R. from Tower hill, leading to St Catherine's street and the Thames.
St Catherine's Square, the first on the L. in St Catherine's street, from Tower hill, leading to St Catherine's lane and 50 Upper East Smithfield.
St Catherine's Stairs, at 5 St Catherine's Street a few doors on the R. below Tower hill.
St Catherine Street, Tower hill, extends from the S. E. corner of it, by the Thames, to Hermitage bridge.
Catherine Street, William Street, Westminster, the first on the R. from James Street, towards Palace Street and Pimlico.
Catherine Street, Strand, at 342, opposite Somerset place, leading into Brydges street, Russell street, and Covent garden.
Catherine Street (Little), at 11, in the last described, leading into Eagle court, White hart court, and Drury lane.
Catherine Street, Commercial Road, the third on the R. in it E. from Cannon Street New road, extending to Lower Chapman street.
Catherine Wheel Alley, Bishopsgate Without, op. 73, about 12 doors on the right N. from New street, leading into Petticoat lane.
Catherine Wheel Alley or Court, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the second on the R. a few doors from 105 Whitechapel High St
Catherine Wheel Court, Bridgewater gardens, Barbican, is behind the Catherine Wheel, leading into Pump court.
Catherine Wheel Yard ( Little ) , James Street, St James's, is at the bottom of it by the Green park, leading into Cleveland row.
Catherine Wheel Inn, Bishopsgate Without, is a few doors N. from New Street by Catherine wheel alley.
Catherine Wheel Inn, High Street, Borough, at 190, of a mile on the R. from St Margaret's Hill towards St George's church, and nearly op. the Half Moon.
Catherine Wheel Yard, Great Windmill Street, Haymarket, at 13, the second on the R. a few doors from Piccadilly.
Cato Street, John Street, Edgware Road, at 6 or 7, under an archway, the second on the R. from 78 Edgware road.
Catshead Court, Orchard Street, Westminster, at 44, the third on the L. a few doors from Dean Street
Catshole Court, Tower Hill, on the E. side of it, near Iron gate, leading into St Catherine's square.
Cavendish Court, Houndsditch, at 90, about twelve doors on the L. from Bishopsgate church.
Cavendish Mews, Duke Street, Portland Place, at 14, the first gate from 13, New Cavendish Street
Cavendish Mews, North Charlotte Street, Portland Place, at 80, three doors on the L. from New Cavendish street.
Cavendish Square, Marylebone, the N. end of Hollis street, from 132 Oxford Street
Cavendish Street (New), Portland Place, intersects it at 61, and extends from 82 Great Portland street to 24, Harley street.
Cavendish Street (Old), Oxford Street, at 140, about the middle of the N. side, leading into Henrietta Street and Cavendish square.
Cecil Court, St Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, at 92, nearly op. New Street leading into Castle Street, Leicester square.
Cecil Street, Strand, at 84, nearly op. Southampton Street, Covent garden, leading towards the Thames.
Censor News Paper Office, Catherine Street, Strand, at 1, the first house on the L. from 343, in the Strand.
Chad's Row, Gray's Inn Lane. Sec Constitution Row.
Chad's Wells. See Ditto.
Chair Court, Ship Yard, Temple Bar, the first on the R. in it from Temple bar.
Chalton Court, Chalton Street, Sommers Town, at 15, about the middle of the E. side.
Chalton Street, Sommers Town, the fourth on the R. in the Marylebone road from the turnpike at Battle bridge, leading towards the Polygon or Clarendon square.
Chamber Square, Upper East Smithfield, at 95, nearly opposite the London dock.
Chamber Street, Goodman's Fields, the first S. parallel to Great Prescot Street extending from the S. end of Mansel street to Lemon Street
Chamberlain's Wharf, Tooley Street, is the first E. from Topping's wharf, and the first W. from Cotton's Ditto, in the Bridge yard.
Champion Alley, Vine Street, Westminster, at 37, the second on the L. from 43 Millbank street, leading into the Horseferry road.
Chancellor Court, Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 191, the first on the R. a few doors from 65 Shoreditch.
Chancery Chambers, Quality Court, Chancery Lane, the first house on the L. in it from 48, Chancery lane.
Chancery, Court of, is held at Westminster hall and Lincoln's inn hall.
Chancery Lane, Fleet Street, at 192, ten doors E. from Temple bar, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 & 131, it leads to 310, High Holborn, near Middle row.
Chancery Masters Office, Southampton buildings, Holborn, is facing the entrance from 318, Holborn, and four doors on the R. from 52, Chancery lane.
Chancery Subpoena Office, at 6, Stone buildings, Lincoln's inn, the first house on the L. from op. 55 Chancery lane.
Chandlers Hall, Dowgate Hill, is op. 37, about five doors on the R. from Budge row, or the W. end of Cannon street.
Chandler's Rents, Addle Hill, Doctors Commons, at 7, opposite Great Carter lane, leading by the church to St Andrew's hill.
Chandler Street, Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, at 8, about Thirteen doors on the L. from 277 Oxford Street extending to 3, Davies street.
Chandos Street, Cavendish Square, at the N. E. coiner of it, leading to 54 Queen Ann Street West
Cbandos Street, Covent Garden, is about nine doors on the L. in Bedford street from 423, Strand, extending to 27 St Martin's lane.
Change Alley, Cornhill, is situate between 24, Cornhill, and 70, Lombard Street leading also to 10 Birchin lane,
Change Court, Exeter Change, Strand, is on the N. side of it, op. 1 10, in the Strand, leading to 21 Exeter street.
Change (Old), Cheapside, at 10, five doors on the R. from St Paul's church yard, extending to 27 Old Fish street, about 1/7 of a mile in length.
Chapel Court, Long Acre, at 131, about fourteen doors on the L. from St Martin's lane, leading into Castle street.
Chapel Court, Oxford Street, at 147, about 2/3 of a mile on the R. from St Giles's, nearly opposite New Bond St leading to Oxford chapel and Henrietta street.
Chapel Court, Swallow Street, at 50, near the middle of the E. side, leading into King street, Golden square.
Chapel Court, South Audley Street, at 23, six doors E. from Mount Street also on the S. side of the chapel.
Chapel Court, Hart Street, Wood street, Cheapside, is the continuation of Hart St from 63 Wood street, facing London wall.
Chapel Court, Holywell Street, Mile End Old Town, at 10, about four or five doors on the L. from Union Street, extending to the S. side of Sion chapel.
Chapel Court, High Street, Borough, at 124, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from London bridge, leading into Mermaid court.
Chapel Mews, Chapel Street, Grosvenor Place, Hyde Park corner, is behind 12 and 26 Grosvenor place.
Chapel Mews, Duke Street, Portland Place, at 20, by Portland chapel.
Chapel Path, Sommers Town, is the first N. parallel to the New road to Marylebone, extending from 31 Chalton Street to Brill row.
Chapel Place, Oxford Street, at Chapel court, 147 Oxford street, circumscribing Oxford chapel on the S. and E. sides.
Chapel Place, Little Coram Street, Tavistock Square, is two doors on the L. from Tavistock place.
Chapel Place, Duke Street, St George's fields, is by the chapel, a few yards on the R. from the bridge road, near the obelisk.
Chapel Row, Brompton, is about of a mile on the R. from Knightsbridge, by the chapel behind Brompton row.
Chapel Row, Spa Fields, Clerkenwell, is on the W. side the chapel, a few doors on the R. in Brayne's row from Coppice row, by the House of Correction.
Chapel Row, St George's Market, St George's Fields, the corner of Brick Street on the N. E. side of the said market.
Chapel Row, South Lambeth, the row of which the chapel forms a part, situate in the field dividing the Wandsworth and the South Lambeth roads, about of a mile S. from Vauxhall turnpike.
Chapel Street, Grosvenor Place, Hyde Park Corner, at 26, about 1/3 of a mile from the Turnpike towards Pimlico.
Chapel Street, Charlotte Street, Pimlico, is five doors on the R. from 20, Ward's row, and about a of a mile from Buckingham gate.
Chapel Street (Great), Westminster , extends from the Broadway, and W. end of Tothill Street to Strutton ground.
Chapel Street (Little),Westminster, the first S. parallel to York street, extending from James street to Great Chapel Street Broadway.
Chapel Street, Brompton, at 27 Brompton row, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Knightsbridge.
Chapel Street, Paddington, or Lisson Green, at 101 Edgware road, about 2/5 of a mile on the R. from Tyburn turnpike, leading to Southampton row, by the Yorkshire Stingo.
Chapel Street, South Audley Street, at 62, about the middle of the W. side, op. the Chapel, leading to Park lane.
Chapel Street West, Curzon Street, May Fair, at 35, on the W. side the chapel, leading to Shepherd's market.
Chapel Street East, Curzon Street, on the E. side the chapel.
Chapel Street(Great), Oxford Street, at 396, about of a mile on the L. from St Giles's, leading to Carlisle Street, Soho square.
Chapel Street ( Little ), at the S. end of the last, on the R. leading to 19 Wardour street
Chapel Street, Lamb's Conduit Street, Red Lion Square, at 25, extending to Milman Street, James Street and Bedford row.
Chapel Street, Tottenham Court Road. at 84, the first 5. from Whitfield's chapel, extending to John street.
Chapel Street, Grub Street, Cripplegate, about the middle of the W. side of it by the City chapel, leading to Half moon alley and 48 Whitecross street.
Chapel Street, Holywell Mount, the continuation of Holywell lane from 194 Shoreditch. extending from the Curtain road to Holy well row.
Chapel Street, Spital Square, the second on the L. in the said square from 104 Bishopsgate without.
Chapel Street, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, the first on the L. from Lamb street, being the opposite side of the chapel, from the last described.
Chapel Street, St George's in the East, is parallel to and between Upper & Lower Chapman streets, extending from Walbridge street to Mary street.
Chapel Street, Mile End New Town, the first on the R. in Great Garden street, from 50 Whitechapel road ; it is continued by Princes row to Baker's row.
Chapel Yard, Spital Square. See Chapel Street.
Chapman's Buildings, King Street, Borough, at the back of 49, about i of a mile on the R. from 108 High street.
Chapman's Court, Goodman's Yard, Goodman's Fields, the second on the R. in the said yard, from 60, in the Minories.
Chapman Place, Chapman Street, St George's in the East, the third on the L. from Cannon Street road, between Anthony street and Ann street, leading into Chapel Street
Chapman Street (Lower), Cannon Street Road, St George's in the East, the first on the L. from the Commercial road towards Back lane, extending to Duke street.
Chapman Street (Upper), Cannon Street Road, the first on the R. from the Turnpike Back lane, towards Whitechapel, extending to Duke street.
Chapter House Court, St Paul's Church Yard, at 67, on the N. side, leading to 50 Paternoster row.
Charing Cross, the W. continuation of the Strand from St Martin's lane to the King's mews, also towards Westminster, as far as the Admiralty and Great Scotland yard.
Charing, Court, Fore Street, Lambeth, the first on the L. in it S. from Broad street.
Charles Court, Strand, at 27, the fifth on the R. from Charing Cross, leading into Hungerford market, and to Charles court stairs.
Charles Court. Charles Street, St James's, at 10, about five doors on the R. from St Albans street, towards St James's square.
Charles Court, Charles Street, Old Gravel Lane, St George's in the East, the first on the L. from 44 Old Gravel lane.
Charles Court, Park Street, Borough, two doors on the L. in the said street from the Borough market.
Charles Place, Baker's Row, Cold Bath Fields, Clerkenwell, the second on the R. from Little Warner Street towards Coppice row.
Charles Place, Hoxton, the second on the L. in Brunswick place or Craven buildings from the City road, near St Luke's hospital towards Hoxton town, the op. side of the street is called Baches row.
Charles Place, Bethnal Green Road, the N. W. corner of Thorold square, about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from 65 Shoreditch.
Charles Square, Hoxton, is on the N. side the Vinegar ground, the first on the L. in Pitfield stree, from St Agnes le Clair, Old street road, near Charles place.
Charles Street, Charles Square, Hoxton, is the continuation of Craven buildings, from the City road to Charles square and Pitfield Street
Charles Street, Parliament Street, Westminster, at 14, being that number of houses on the R. from Whitehall, extending to Duke Street
Charles Street (Little) Ditto, is the E. end of the last, the part which extends between Parliament street and King street.
Charles Street, St James's Square, the middle of the E. side, intersecting St Albans street, at 14, and extending to Market lane behind the Opera house.
Charles Street, Long Acre, at 81, N. side, the first on the R. from 40, Drury lane, extending to Castle street and Broker's alley.
Charles Street, Covcnt Garden, is on the E. side, half a dozen doors on the R. in Russell street from Covent garden, extending to York street and Tavistock Street
Charles Street, Portman Square, the first W. parallel to part of Baker street, extending from 28 George street, to 7 King Street
Charles Street, Hampstead Road, on the W. side, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Tottenham court road.
Charles Street (Little), at the W. end of the last described, or the N. end of Brook street, on the L. from the New road.
Charles Street, Drury lane, at 174, on the L. from St Giles's, leading into Newton street and to 206 High Holborn.
Charles Street, Hat ton Garden, intersects it at 21, and extends from 11 Leather lane, to Saffron hill.
Charles Street, Grosvenor Square, at the S. E. corner of it, leading to 19 Mount street, Berkeley square.
Charles Street, Berkeley Square, extends from the S. W. corner of it to Union street near South Audley street.
Charles Street, Soho Square, is on the N. side, leading to 412 Oxford street, being the first on the L. in the said street and about 30 doors from St Giles's.
Charles Street, Manchester Square, is the first N. parallel to it, extending from Manchester street to Thayer street.
Charles Street, Middlesex Hospital is on the S. side of it, extending from 49 Newman street, Oxford street, to 33 Wells street.
Charles Street, Bridgewater Square, is the E. parallel to it, at the back of 9, leading to Bridgewater gardens.
Charles Street, Leonard Street, Shoreditch, the first on the L from Paul street, towards the Curtain road, leading into Willow walk.
Charles Street, Curtain Road, is the second on the L. north from Holywell lane, leading into John street.
Charles Street, Bethnal Green Road, about 3/4 of a mile on the R. from 65 Shoreditch, opposite Wilmot square.
Charles Street, Mile End, New Town, the N. continuation of Baker's row, from 94 Whitechapel road.
Charles Street, Old Gravel Lane, St George's in the East, at 44, about the middle of the E. side.
Charles Street, Westminster Bridge Road, the second on the L. from the Obelisk towards the Asylum, leading to Tower street.
Charles Street, Blackfriars Road, the fifth on the L. near| of a mile from the Bridge towards the Obelisk, leading into Robert Street
Charles Street, Horselydown, extends from Church row on the E. side of St John's Church, at the bottom of Tooley street, to New street, Dockhead.
Charles Street, Glean Alley, St Olaves, is the second on the L. from 219, Tooley street, near London bridge.
Charles Street, Goswell Street, at 93, N. end of it, leading to Taylor's row, and Islington road.
Charles Street, Lambeth Marsh, the first S. parallel to part of it, between it and Oakley street, entrance by Green's row, nearly op. James Street
Charles. Street, Mile End Old Town, extends from 27 Plumbers row, to 27 Greenfield street, Commercial road.
Charles Street, Goswell Place, Goswell Street Road, is the E. continuation of it, extending to Northampton terrace, city road.
Charles Street, Phoenix Street, Sommers Town, the W. continuation of it, by the Polygon or Clarendon square.
Charles Street, Back Lane, St George's in the East, is about of a mile on the L. east from Cannon street turnpike, nearly op. the Blue gate fields, leading to Albion street and the Commercial road.
Charlotte Buildings, Gray's Inn Lane, at 17, being that number of houses on the R. from Holborn.
Charlotte Chapel, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, at 92, opposite Windmill street, Tottenham court road.
Charlotte Court, Redcross Street, Cripplegate, at 28, by the church, two doors from Jewin street.
Charlotte Court, Charlotte Street, Whitechapel, at 8, the first on the L. from Fieldgate street, and is nearly opposite Gloucester street.
Charlotte Court, Black Lion Yard, Whitechapel Road, the first on the L. from 39, Whitechapel road, being a few doors below the church on the op. side.
Charlotte Court, Moss's Alley, Bankside,' about the middle of the E. side, viz. between Bankside and Maid lane.
Charlotte House, Charlotte Street, Blackfriars Road, eight doors on the L. from Surrey chapel, towards Westminster bridge.
Charlotte Mews East, Charlotte Street, Portland Place, at 3, three doors on the R. from Upper Marylebone street.
Charlotte Mews West, Charlotte Street, Portland Place, at 71, three doors from Weymouth Street.
Charlotte Mews, Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury, is behind. 14, about half a dozen doors on the L. from it, towards Hart street and facing Vine Street, from 12 Broad St St Giles's.
Charlotte Place, Borough Road, is part of the N. side of it, near the King's Bench, leading towards the obelisk.
Charlotte Place, Grange Road, Bermondsey, is part of the E. side of it, the first row on the L. from Fort place, towards the Green man turnpike, Kent road.
Charlotte Place, Lambeth Marsh, forms part of the N. side of it, about an equal distance from Surrey chapel, Blackfriars road, and the Marsh gate, Westminster bridge road.
Charlotte Row, New Road, Marylebone, forms that part of the S. side of it. which adjoins the Yorkshire Stingo.
Charlotte Row, Mansion House, on the W. side of it, extending from the Poultry to Bucklersbury and Walbrook.
Charlotte Row, Long Lane, Bermondsey, forms part of the N. side of it, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from St George's church.
Charlotte Row (Little), Long Lane, Bermondsey, is at the back of the last, entering by the E. end.
Charlotte Row, Walworth, forms part of the W. side of the road, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from the Elephant and Castle,
Charlotte Row, Jamaica Row, Bermondsey, the W. end of it, by the Gregorian arms, near Printers place.
Charlotte Row, Rotherhithe Street, at 269, about 1/8 a mile on the R. below the church, on the E. side the Surrey canal.
Charlotte Street, Pimlico, the first on the L. about \ of a mile from Buckingham gate, on the road towards Chelsea, leading into Palace street, William street, and James street.
Charlotte Street, Hans Town, is a few doors on the R. in the New road from the N. end of Sloane Street near Knightsbridge.
Charlotte Street, Portland Place, Marylebone, the first E. parallel to it, and the first W. to Great Portland street, commencing at the E. end of New Cavendish street.
Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, the continuation of it, from 23, Oxford street, near St Giles's, extending from Percy street to Howland Street
Charlotte Street (Little), is the W. parallel to the last described from 80 to 81, extending from Bennet Street to Goodge Street
Charlotte Street, Pentonville, about 3/4 of a mile on the L. from Clerkenwell green, and nearly op. Hamilton place it leads to Britannia Street and Gray's inn lane.
Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury, the continuation of Plumbtree street, from 19 Broad street, St Giles's, extending from Thorney Street to 36 Great Russell Street
Charlotte Street, Bedford Square, the N. continuation of the last, extending from Great Russell Street to the S. E. corner of the square.
Charlotte Street, Curtain Road, Shoreditch, the first W. parallel to and a few yards from it, extending from Willow walk to Old street road.
Charlotte Street, Whitechapel, the E. continuation of Fieldgate Street from 266 Whitechapel road, extending to Cannon St road.
Charlotte Street, Wapping, at the W. end of Great Hermitage street, by the dock, leading towards Nightingale lane.
Charlotte Street (Great), Blackfriars Road, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from the Bridge, and opposite Surrey chapel, leading to the New Cut or Lambeth marsh.
Charlotte Street (Little), Do. is op. the last described, extending from Surrey chapel to Gravel lane, about of a mile in length, it is continued by Duke street, Queen street, and Union street, to 213 High Street, Borough.
Charlotte Street, Bethnal Green, is the second on the L. in Turville street, from 37, Church street, leading to Trafalgar Street, Half Nicol street, and Cock lane, behind Shoreditch church.
Charlton Court, Charlton Street, Marylebone, is a few doors on the L. north from 34 Clipstone street.
Charlton Place, St Albans Street, Pall Mall, at 30, on the W. side, behind the Opera house, Haymarket.
Charlton. Street, Marylebone, the first E. parallel to Great Titchfield street, extending from 46, Upper Marylebone Street to Carburton Street. Fitzroy square.
Charlton Street (Upper), the N. continuation of the last, from Clipstone street.
Charrington Row, George Gardens, Bethnal Green Road, is behind the George Public house, on the E. side of Wilmot square.
Charter House, on the N. side of Charter house square, Aldersgate street.
Charter House Lane, St John Street, at 100, about twelve doors on the R. from Smithfield, leading into Charterhouse square.
Charter House Square, is situate between the S. end of St John street, and Goswell street, the entrance is from 107 Aldersgate Street by Carthusian Street
Charter House Street, Long Lane, West Smithfield, about the middle of the N. side of it, leading to the square.
Chatham Gardens, Cily Road, is about half a mile directly N. from Finsbury square, the second on the right in Trafalgar Street
Chatham Place, Bridge street, Blackfriars, is the wide part of the street adjoining Blackfriars bridge on the city side.
Chatham Place, Broad street, Bloomsbury, or St Giles's, three doors W. from Holborn, on the R. nearly op. Drury lane.
Chatham Place, Walworth, forms a part of the E. side of the High Street or road, about 4 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, op. the Terrace.
Cheapside, extends from the N. E. corner of St Paul's church yard to the Old Jewry, about a of a mile in length, and is continued by the Poultry to the Mansion house.
Cheapside, Long Alley, Moorfields, that part of it which leads from Crown street towards Moorfields.
Cheapside (Little) ,Whitecross Street, St Luke's, the first on the R. in Cowheel alley, from 168, White cross street towards Golden lane.
Cheeseman's Court, George Street, Bethnal Green, about six doors on the R. from Carter street, 68, Brick lane.
Chelsea Common, is situate between the Queen's Elms, and the King's road.
Chelsea Hospital, Chelsea, is about 1 1/2 mile from Hyde park corner (by Sloane street), and near 1 1/4 mile from Buckingham gate, by Pimlico.
Chelsea Market, is behind 19 and 27 Lower Sloane St about 1/4 of a mile on the L. fromKnightsbridge.
Chelsea Water Works Office, 21, Abingdon street, Westminster, a few doors from the Abbey.
Cheltenham House, Cheltenham Place. See the next.
Cheltenham Place, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, about of a mile on the L. from the bridge, extending from Oakley Street towards the Asylum.
Chelton's Court, Bedfordbury, at 44, leading to 60 Chandos Street near St Martin's lane, Charing cross.
Chenies Mews, Chenies Street, Bedford Square, at 17, parallel to and between Gower Street and Thornhaugh street.
Chenies Place, Chenies Street, at 9, three doors E. on the R. from Alfred place, Tottenham court road.
Chenies Street, Gower Street, Bedford Square, at 61, the second on the L. from the square leading to Tottenham court road, nearly op. Goodge Street
Chequer Alley, Bunhill Row, St Luke's, at 99, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from 64, Chiswell street, leading to 109 Whitecross street.
Chequer Court, Charing cross, three doors W. from St Martin's lane, or from the W. end of the Strand.
Chequer Court, Chequer Alley, Bunhill Row, the first on the L. from 99, Bunhill row towards Whitecross Street.
Chequer Court, St Catherine's Lane, Tower Hill, the third on the L. from 50 Upper East Smithfield.
Chequer Court, High Street, Borough, at 12, twelve doors on the L. from London bridge.
Chequer Square, Chequer Alley. Bunhill row, a small open space on the N. side, the second on the R. from 99, Bunhill row.
Chequer Yard, Upper Thames Street, is the first N. parallel to part of it, extending from 14 Bush lane to 31 Dowgate hill.
Chequer Yard, Aldgate High Street, ris eight doors on the R. below the Minories, leading into Tidewaiter's court and Church street.
Cherry Garden Stairs, Bermondsey, or Rotherhithe Wall, about 1 1/4 mile E. from London bridge. See the next article.
Cherry Garden Street, Bermondsey, is the first W. from Mill pond bridge, extending from the stairs, near of a mile S.
Cherry Tree Alley, Bunhill Row, St Luke's, at 118, leading to 86 Whitecross street.
Cherry Tree Court, Golden Lane, St Luke's, the first on the R. from Old street leading into Hatfield street and to 25 Goswell street.
Cherry Tree Court, Aldersgate Street, at 51, between Jewin Street and Barbican, near 1/3 of a mile on the R. from 65 Newgatc Street along St Martin's Ie grand.
Cherubim Court, Angel Alley, Bishopsgate Without, is a few yards from behind 137, between Pleasant court and Adam and Eve court.
Chester Place, Lambeth, is about 1 mile from Westminster bridge on the L. or east side of the road, extending from Walcot place to Kennington cross.
Chester Place, Bethnal Green, the first row on the L. from the E. side of the Green, leading to Green street and the Rising Sun.
Chester's Quay, Lower Thames Street, the second W. from Tower hill, and near 1/3 of a mile E. from London bridge.
Chester Street, Lambeth, at the N. end of Chester place, leading across White hart fields to Kennington lane.
Chester Street, Grosvenor Place, the third on the R. about of a mile from Hyde park corner towards Pimlico.
Chesterfield House, South Audley Street, is near a mile on the L. from 261 Oxford street, and by the W. end of Curzon street, May fair.
Chesterfield Street, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, at 29, the second on the L. from the Square, leading to 14 Curzon Street
Chesterfield Street, Marylebone, is parallel to and between the W. ends of Weymouth street and Great Marylebone street, extending from 7 Little Marylebone Street to 8 Westmoreland Street
Chesterfield Street (Little), Marylebone, is three doors S. from the last described, extending from 11 Westmoreland street to 3 Little Marylebone Street
Cheves Court, Nightingale Lane, Limehouse, the first on the R. in it, from Rope makers fields towards the New cut.
Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, is situate on the N. side of the Thames, extending from Paradise row, by the Hospital, towards Battersea bridge.
Chichester Court, Chichester Rents, Chancery Lane, about the middle of the S. side, leading to Star yard and Carey Street
Chichester Rents, Chancery Lane, at 84, about the middle of the W. side, leading into Star yard, and Carey street.
Chick Lane, Great Saffron hill, at 1, the first on the R. in Field lane from Holborn hill, leading to West Street and Smithfield.
Chicksand Court, Chicksand Street, Mile End New Town, the second on the L. in it, from 16 High Street
Chicksand Street, Mile End New. Town, the second on the L. from 50 Whitechapel road along Great Garden Street extending from 16 High Street towards Osborn place, Brick lane.
ChigweIl Street, Ratcliffe Highway, at 51, op. Cannon Street leading to 134 Pennington Street
Child's Court, Tothill Street, Westminster, the second on the R. about fifteen doors from Princes Street by the Abbey towards the Broad way.
Child's Place, Temple Bar, at 3 Fleet Street three doors on the R. from Temple bar.
China Court, China Row, Lambeth Walk, about the middle of it, behind China terrace.
China Hall, Lower Road, Deptford, is about f of a mile on the L. from Paradise row, Rotherhithe, towards I>ptford, and near 2 miles from London bridge.
China Row, Lambeth, at the S. end of China terrace, leading to Lambeth walk.
China Terrace, Lambeth, is near 1/2 a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge by the New Chapel, opposite Moor place.
Chimister Alley, St Martin's lane, Charing Cross, at 45, about twelve doors S. from New Street, extending to 15 Bedfordbury.
Chirographer's Office, Hare Conrt, Temple, at 2, the back door is op. Brick court, Middle Temple lane, a few yards on the L. from 6 Fleet street.
Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, extends from the S.W. corner of it, to Whitecross Street where the numbers begin and end, viz. l and 87, is about 1/5 of a mile in length, and is continued by Beech Street and Barbican to 77 Aldersgate Street
Choppins Court, Old Gravel Lane, The first E. parallel to part of it, from 25, eight doors N. from King street near Wapping Street
Christ Church, Spitalfields, is facing Union street from 69 Bishopsgate Street without, or fourteen doors on the L. in Church Street from op. 42, Brick lane.
Christ Church, Blackfriars Road, about of a mile on the R. from the Bridge.
Christ Church, Newgate Street, See the next article.
Christ Church Passage, Newgate Street, at 92, about the middle of the N. side.
Christ's Hospital, Newgate Street, at 108, op. Warwick lane, there is' another entrance op. 9 Butcherhall lane.
Christian Benevolence School, by J. Kerr, Bedfordbury, the first house in the court at the back of 26 Bedfordbury.
Christian Street, St George's in the East, the continuation of Princes place from the New road, a few yards on the L. east from Wellclose square.
Christopher Alley, Wilson Street, Finsbury Square, at 39, the first N. parallel to Crown street, leading to Long alley.
Christopher Alley, Lambeth Street, Goodman's Fields, at 56, near Ayliffe street, leading to 28 Rupert Street
Christopher Court, Sun Alley, Golden Lane, St Luke's, the second on the R. from Golden lane, towards Red lion market and Whitecross Street
Christopher Court, St Martin's le Grand, at 21, about twelve doors on the L. from 66, Newgate Street
Christopher Court, Brick Lane, St Luke's, at 20, nearly op. Rose street, about I of a mile on the L. from 103 Old street.
Christopher Court, Tower Hill, on the E. side, seven doors from Irongate, St Catherine's.
Christopher Court, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, two doors on the R. from 18 Rosemary lane.
Christopher's Inn, Bermondsey Street at 35, being that number of houses on the L. from Tooley Street
Christopher Row, Union Street, East lane, Walworth, the second on the L. from Richmond place, towards Locks fields.
Christopher Street, Hatton Garden, Holborn, the N. continuation of it, extending from Hatton wall to Back lane.
Christopher Street, Finsbury Square, at 27, the N.E. corner leading into Wilson Street
Christopher Street (New), the continuation of the last from Wilson street.
Christopher Street, Bethnal Green, the continuation of Turville Street on the R. from 37 Church Street leading to Nelson Street, Mount Street and Virginia row, behind Shoreditch church.
Church Alley, Aldermanbury, at 19, about the middle of the E. side, leading to 70, Basinghall Street
Church Alley, Ironmonger Lane, Cheapside, is eight doors on the R. from 90 Cheapside, leading into the Old Jewry,
Church Alley, Tooley Street, at 217, six doors on the R. from London bridge.
Church Court, Little Chapel Street, Westminster, at the W. end of it, between Gardeners lane and New court, op. the alms houses.
Church Court, Strand, at 466, near Charing cross, leading into St Martin's church yard.
Church Court, Walbrook, between numbers 5 and 6, six doors on the R. from the Mansion house towards Cannon street.
Church Court, Friday Street, three doors on the R. from 36, Cheapside.
Church Court, Clement Lane, at 25, by the church, four doors on the R. from 53 Cannon Street
Church Court, Lothbury, on the N. side the Bank of England and by the church, adjoining Tokenhouse yard.
Church Court, Wapping, at the N. end of Maiden head court by Wapping church, entering by 101 Wapping Street
Church Entry, Shoemakers Row, Blackfriars. the second on the R. from Broadway, leading into Ireland yard and St Andrew's hill.
Church Gardens, Well Alley, Wapping, the continuation of it from 110 Wapping Street
Church Hill, St Pancras, on the E. side of the church, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Battle bridge, Pentonville, it leads to Rack lane.
Church Hill, St Andrew's Hill, Blackfriars, at 29, a few yards on the R. from Earl Street and the W. end of Upper Thames Street
Church Lane, Dyot Street, St Giles's, the first on the L. from 26 Broad Street leading into Church street, Bainbridge street, and Oxford Street
Church Lane, Strand, at 456, about thirty doors on the L. from Charing cross, leading to Vine street and Chandos Street
Church Lane, Whitechapel, the continuation of Church St from 71, on the W. side the church, leading to 65 Cable street op. Wellclose square about 1/2 a mile in length. The end next Cable Street is called Back Church lane.
Church Lane, Limehouse, commences at 70 Ropemakers fields, the first W. parallel to 3 Colt Street leading towards the church.
Church Lane, Newington Butts, is op. the church in the High Street or road, about 4 of a mile on the L. south from the Elephant and Castle, leading to Hampton Street
Church Passage, New Compton Street, St Giles's, at 19, the first on both the R. and L. from Broad Street extending from the Church yard to Monmouth Street op. White Lion Street, Seven Dials.
Church Passage, Covent. Garden, on the W. side branching to 30 Bedford Street to 30 Henrietta Street and to 7 King Street
Church Passage, Piccadilly, at 200, by St James's Church, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from the Haymarket, leading to 40 Jermyn street.
Church Passage, Upper Thames Street, at 118, on the W. side St Bennet's Hill, 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Blackfriars bridge.
Church Place, Church Street, Whitechapel, is the first on the L. a few yards from the W. side the church, towards the Commercial road.
Church Place, Hampton Street, Newington or Walworth, at 18, the first on the R. from Walworth High Street leading to Newington church.
Church Road, St George's in the East, at the E. end of Lower Cornwall Street, Back lane, extending from King David's Fort, towards the Half way house, Commercial road.
Church Row, St Pancras, at the N. end of Pancras place about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Battlebridge, Pentonville.
Church Row, St Luke's, three doors on the R. in Wenlock St from 37 Ironmonger row on the E. side the church, Old Street
Church Row, Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 106, by the turnpike, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from 65 Shoreditch, leading to 41, Hare St about 1/7 of a mile in length.
Church Row, Aldgate High street, a few yards on the L. from Leadenhall Street leading round the church from the S. side to Houndsditch.
Church Row, Fenchurch Street, at 66, a few doors E. from Mark lane, leading by the East India warehouse to 43 Crutched friars.
Church Row, Stepney Church Yard. is about six houses at the N.E. corner of it ; there are a few houses on the W. side of the church yard, from Spring garden place towards the Green, also called by the same name.
Church Row, Limehouse, the continuation of Church lane from 70 Ropemakers fields to the Commercial road on the W. side of the church.
Church Row, Newington, extends from the church to Kennington lane on the W. side of the road, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from the Elephant and Castle.
Church Row, Horselydown, on the E. side of St John's Church, extending from Fair street to Charles Street
Church Row, Whitechapel. See Church Street.
Church Stairs, Rotherhithe, nearly facing the E. end of the church, about 1 1/2 mile E. of London bridge.
Church Street, St Giles's, the second on the R. in Bainbridge Street about six doors from Oxford Street leading into Church lane and Dyot Street
Church. Street, Dean Street, Soho, is parallel to and between Compton St and King St extending from the church to Moor Street it is continued by Monrnouth Street to Broad Street, St Giles's.
Church Street, Paddington, about I of a mile on the L. from Tyburn turnpike, extending from the Edgware road to Paddington green.
Church Street, Borough, is near 1/2 a mile on the L. from London bridge, extending from St George's church to White St on the L. and to Kent Street on the R.
Church Street, Millbank Street, Westminster, at 52, on the R. near 1/4 of a mile S; from the Abbey, leading to St John's Church.
Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 64, Shoreditch, near the turnpike, here the numbers begin and end, viz. l, and 192, it extends to the turnpike Bethnal green road, about 1/3 of a mile in length.
Church Street, Mile End New Town, is somewhat parallel to part of the N. side of Whitechapel road, viz. from 50 to 94, it extends from Baker's row to High Street and is continued by Well Street and Montague Street to 55 Brick lane.
Church Street, Spitalfields, op. 41 Brick lane, the fifth on the L. from 74 Whitechapel, is continued by Paternoster row and Union Street to 69 Bishopsgate without.
Church Street, Minories, at 26, the first on the L. from Aldgate, leading to Haydon square.
Church Street, Whitechapel at 71, the first W. from the church, extending to Goodman's stile, and is continued by Church lane and Commercial road.
Church Street, Wapping, at 98, on the W. side of the church, and E. side the London dock, extending to Greenbank.
Church Street, Lambeth, facing the Stags, about 3/4 of a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge, extending from Pratt Street to the church, about of a mile in length.
Church Street, Blackfriars Road, the second on the L. about 1/6 of a mile from Blackfriars bridge, towards the obelisk, op. Christ Church.
Church Street, St Saviour's, Southwark, the second on the R. in York Street from 276 High Street, Borough, near London bridge, leading towards the Thames.
Church Street, Horselydown, On the S. side St John's Church the bottom of Tooley Street extending from Artillery lane, to Russell StBermondsey.
Church street, Rotherhithe, is on the S. side the church, leading to the Lower road to Deptford.
Church Street, Walworth or Newington, the first W. parallel to the Walworth High Street or road, extending from Amelia Street to Manor place, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from the Elephant and Castle.
Church Terrace, St Pancras, at the end of Church row, by the church, on the road between Sommers town and Camden town.
Church Way, Sommer town, extends from 32 Chalton street, to the fields, near Clarendon square or the Polygon.
Church Yard, Harp Alley, Fleet market, the first on the R. in it, from 82 Fleet market.
Church Yard Court, Temple, the first on the L. from 16 Fleet Street op. Chancery lane by Temple bar.
Church Yard Alley, Upper Thames Street, at 119, four doors on the L. from London bridge.
Church Yard Row, Newington, on the S. side the Church yard, the first turning on the R. from the church, towards Kennington.
Chymister Alley. See Chimister.
Cinnamon Street, Wapping Street, is the N. parallel to part of it, viz. from 157 to 188, extending from New Market street or from Old Gravel lane to Prussian island.
Circus, Royal, for Horsemanship, Blackfriars road, is nearjy facing the Obelisk, about 2/3 of a mile on the R. from Blackfriars bridge.
Circus, Minories, at 91, about three doors on the L. from Tower hill.
Circus Street, Cumberland Place, New Road, Marylebone, the first on the R. east from the turnpike, by the Yorkshire Stingo, extending to York Street
City Barge Houses, Bishops Walk, Lambeth, situate near 1/4 of a mile above Westminster bridge,
City Chambers (New), Bishopsgate St at 122, by the London tavern, three doors on the L. north from Cornhill.
City Chambers (Old), Bishopsgate Street, at 24, op. Threadneedle street.
City Dispensary, Grocer's Hall Court, at 10, seven doors on the L. from 36, in the Poultry.
City Gardens, City Road, on the N. side, behind Anderson's buildings by the turnpike, about 7/8 of a mile on the R. from Finsbury square and 1/3 on the L. from the Angel, Islington.
City Garden Row, City Gardens, extends from the City road by the turnpike to the gardens. See the last
City Land Coal Meter's Office, at 8 Little Knight Rider Street Ditto, at 21, Garlick Hill, three doors on the R. from 190 Upper Thames street.
City of London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, about twelve or fourteen doors on the R. from Leadenhall Street and op. Threadneedle Street
City Lying in Hospital, City Road , is a little more than 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Finsbury square, at the corner of Old Street and E. end of St Luke's Hospital.
City Road, Finsbury Square, extends from the N. W. corner of it, to the Angel, High Street Islington, about 1 of a mile in length,
City Stone Yard, Worship Street, the first on the L. from Paul Street
City Terrace, City Road, forms part of the N. side of it, near 1/2 a mile on the R. from Finsbury square op. Fountain place.