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John Lockie, a descriptive London Street Directory in 1810 - C2.

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

Clacks Buildings, Hoxton. See Mount Pleasant.
Clare Court, Clare Market, at 104, Drury lane, leading to White horse yard and 20 Blackmore Street
Clare Hall row, Stepney Green, on the W. side, by the Charity school, opposite the Mulberry tree, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Mile end.
Clare Market, Lincolns Inn Fields, at the S. W. corner, near the N. end of Newcastle Street  from 309, in the Strand.
Clare Street, Clare Market, on the W. side of it, extending to Stanhope Street  and continued by Blackmore Street  to 100 Drury lane.
Clarendon Place, Sommers Town, about the middle of the W. side of Clarendon square, op. 12, in the Polygon, leading towards Camden town.
Clarendon Square, Sommers Town, the square which encloses the Polygon, at the W. end of Phoenix Street  from the Crescent, or second on the L. along Chalton Street  from the New road.
Clarendon Street, Sommers Town, the W. continuation of the S. side of the square. Clarence House Academy, Wilderness Row, Chelsea, the fourth house on the R. from Royal Hospital row, about 1 mile on the L. from Buckingham gate.
Clarence Passage, St Pancras, by the Duke of Clarence, N. side Small pox Hospital, Battle bridge, leading to Vernons buildings.
Clarence Place, Pentonville, is part of the S. side of the road near Battle bridge, about 7/8 of a mile on the L. from the Angel, Islington.
Clarence Place, Hackney Road, is part of the E. side of it, extending from Crabtree row to the Crescent opposite Union Street , about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church.
Clarence Place, Borough Road, St Georges Fields, is part of the S. side, commencing near the Kings Bench, on the L. leading towards the obelisk.
Clarence Street, Rotherhithe, at 303, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. below the church.
Clarges Street, Piccadilly, is about 1/2 a mile on the R. from the Haymarket, between Bolton Street  and Half Moon Street  leading into Curzon Street 
Clarkes Buildings, Snow Hill, at 52, the first W. from the Saracens Head inn.
Clarkes Court, Vine street, Hatton Wall, the first on the L. from Hatton wall, or from 76, the corner of Saffron hill ; also the third on the R. from Clerkenwell green, entering by Mutton lane.
Clarkes Court, Jacob Street, Dock Head, the second on the R. from Mill Street  near the bridge.
Clarkes Mews, Beaumont Street, Marylebone, at 2, three doors from 16, Weymouth Street 
Clarkes Orchard, Rotherhithe, at 355, between Queen street and Princes street, leading to the E. end of Paradise Street  and the Lower Road to Deptford.
Clarke Street, Clerkenwell, the first W. parallel to Goswell Street  near 113, extending from Allen Street  to Little Sutton Street 
Clarkes Terrace, Cannon Street Road, St Georges in the Last, is part of the E. side of it, extending from the turnpike by Cannon street to Mr. Lindalls chapel.
Clay Street, Durweston Street, Marylebone. at 10, the second on the L. from Baker street, extending to Dorset Street 
Clayton Place, Kennington, forms a part of the W. side the main road by the two mile stone from Cornhill, extending from Mansion house row, to White hart row.
Clayton Street, Kennington, the second on the L. from the Horns towards Kennington cross, leading to the Oval.
Clayton Street (Little), the first on the right in the last, from Kennington green towards the Oval.
Cleaver Court, Great Ayliffe Street, Goodmans Fields, at 39, about the middle of the N. side. See the next.
Cleavers Rents, Great Ayliffe Street, Goodmans Fields, at 29, the first on the L. from Somerset Street, Whitechapel.
Cleaver Street, Princes Square, Kennington, is the continuation of the S. side of it, leading to Kennington cross, behind the White Hart.
St Clements Church, Strand, a few doors W. from Temple bar, nearly in the middle of the street.
St Clements Church, Clements Lane, about three doors on the R. from 53 Cannon streets
Clements Court, Carey Street, Lincolns Inn Fields, at 23, 1/7 of a mile on the L. from 99 Chancery lane.
Clements Court, Milk Street, Cheapside, at 22, the second on the L. from 116, Cheapside, leading to 12 Wood Street
Clements inn, Strand, entrance op. the N. side St Clements church, a few doors on the R. from Temple bar, leading to New inn.
Clements Inn Passage, Clements Inn, the continuation of the N. E. side of it, to Haughton Street and Clare market.
Clements Lane, Strand, a few doors en the R. from Temple bar, facing the N. side St Clements Church, leading to Clare market.
Clements Lane, Lombard Street, at 28, the first on the L. from Gracechurch Street leading to 54 Cannon Street
Clerks of Essoins Office, Elm Court, Temple, at the S. W. corner of it, entrance by the second on the L. in Middle Temple lane, from 6, Fleet street.
Clerks Hall, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 85, the corner of Silver street, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from 123 Cheapside.
Clerkenwell Close, Clerkenwell, on the W. side the church, it is continued by Bridewell walk and Rosamond St to Spa fields, leading towards Islington.
Clerkenwell Green, Clerkenwell, the open space on the S. side of the church, by the Sessions house about 3/8 of a mile N. from Smithfield.
Clerkenwell Workhouse, Coppice Row, is about 1/7 of a mile on the L. from the Sessions house or Green, towards Pentonville.
Cleveland Court, St James's Palace, at 33, eight doors on the L. from 67 St James's Street
Cleveland Mews, Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, at 16, leading into Russell mews and Howland street.
Cleveland Row, St James's, the W. continuation of Pall mall, fronting the Palace, extending from St James's Street to the Stable yard.
Cleveland Square, St James's, is at the West end of the row last described.
Cleveland Street, Fitzroy Square, on the W. side of it, extending from Queen Ann street, East, to Carburton street, it is continued by Buckingham place to the New road.
Cleveland Yard, King Street, St James's, the first on the L. from St James's square.
Cliffords Inn, Fleet Street, behind 187, by St Dunstans church, leading into Fetter lane on the R. and to Serjeants Inn and Chancery lane on the L.
Cliffords Inn Gardens, on the N. side the Inn. See the last described.
Cliffords Inn Passage, Fleet Street, at 187, by St Dunstans church, leading to Cliffords Inn.
Clifford Row, Queen Street, Chelsea, the second on the L. from the watch house towards Pimlico, and nearly op. Ranelagh walk, it leads towards the Five Fields.
Clifford Street, New Bond Street, at 14, the second on the R. 1/5 of a mile from 57 Piccadilly, leading to Saville row and Old Burlington Street
Clifton Street, Worship Street, Finsbury, the first E. parallel to Wilson Street op. Worship square.
Clink Street, Borough, is parallel to the Thames, N. side St Saviours church, extending from St Mary Overys dock to Bank end, it is continued by Bank side and Willow Street to Black friars bridge.
Clipstone Street, Great Portland Street, Marylebone, at 64, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from 101 Oxford Street along John St leading to Cleveland ^, opposite London St Fitzroy square.
Cloak Lane, Dowgate Hill , the second on the R. from the Mansion house, down Walbrook, it is continued by St Thomas Apostle to 67 Queen Street Cheapside.
Cloisters or Cloysters (Great), West minster, on the S.side the abbey, entrance at the S.E. corner of Deans yard.
Cloisters (Little), Ditto, Deans Yard, entrance a few yards S. from the laSt
Cloisters, St Bartholomews Hospital, at the S. corner, entrance by 19 Giltspur Street, Smithfield, leading to Little Britain.
Cloisters (Little), Ditto, entrance at 44, Smithfield.
Cloisters, St Catherines, entrance the first on the L. in St Catherines Street from Tower hill, is situate on the N. side the church.
Cloth Fair, West Smithfield, at 60, on the E. side the market by Long lane, extending to King St it is continued by Middle Street to 126 Aldersgate Street
Clothes Exchange, Rosemary Lane, at 3, a few doors on the R. east from Queen Street also the op. side of the St two doors E, from Princes Street
Clothes Exchange (Back), behind 7, Rosemary lane, four doors E. from the last
Clothworkers Hall, Mincing Lane, is the first house on the L. from 42 Fenchurch Street
Clouders Wharf, Horselydown, the first E. from Pickle herring stairs, about of a mile from London bridge.
Club Row, Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 171, the third on the R. from 65 Shoreditch, extending to Sclater Street
Coachmakers Hall, Noble Street , at 14, about of a mile on the R. from 117 Cheapside.
Coads Row, Bridge Road, Lambeth, about six houses on theL. adjoining the artificial stone gallery by Westminster bridge.
Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street, at 93, nearly op. Billingsgate, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. below London bridge.
Coal Harbour. See Cole Harbour.
Coal Meters Office for Westminster, Northumberland Street, Strand, at 7, about twelve doors on the L. from 5, in the Strand, near Charing cross.
Coal Meters (Land) Office for the City, at 8 Knight rider Street and 21 Garlick hill.
Coal Yard, Drury Lane, at 158, leading to Smarts buildings and 184 Holborn.
Cobs Court, Broadway, Blackfriars, about eight doors on the L. from 3 Ludgate Street along Pilgrim court, leading into Shoemakers row.
Cobs Yard, Petticoat Lane, the second on the R. north, a few doors from Wentworth Street leading into Coxs square.
Cobbetts Register Office, Bridges Street, Covent Garden, at 10, three doors from York Street nearly op. Drury lane theatre.
Cobleys Court, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the third on the L. five doors from 107 Wentworth Street towards 105 Whitechapel, it is nearly op. Essex Court.
Cock Alley, Moor Lane. See Harts horn Alley.
Cock Alley, Shoreditch, at 75, the second on the R. north from the turnpike, leading into Cock lane, and Old Nicol street, Bethnal green.
Cock Alley, Upper East Smithfield, is op. 94, about of a mile on the L. from Tower hill, leading to Cartwright square.
Cock Court, Broad Street, Golden Square, is behind 46 to 50, extending from New Street to Hopkins street.
Cock Court, Sharps Alley, Cow Cross, the first on the L. from Dukes court, Chick lane, leading towards Cow cross.
Cock Court, Tottenham Court Road, at 11, a few doors on the L. from Oxford Street
Cock Court, Snow Hill, at 75 and 78, a few doors on the L. east from Fleet market.
Cock Court, St Martins le Grand, at 26, seven doors on the L. from 66 Newgate Street
Cock and Crown Court, Aldersgate Street, at 24, about eight doors on the L. north of Falcon square.
Cock Court, Philip Lane, Wood Street, seven doors on the L. from 22 Addle street, Aldermanbury.
Cock Court, Ludgate Hill, at 19, op. the Old Bailey, leading into Broadway, Blackfriars.
Cock Court, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, nearly op. the Roe buck, the fourth on the L. from the Sessions house, towards Smithfield.
Cock Court, Norton Falgate, at 31, op.White lion Street about 1/4 of a mile on the L. north from Bishopsgate church.
Cock Court, Jewry Street, Aldgate, seven doors on the R. from Aldgate High Street nearly op. George street.
Cock Court, Haymarket. See Cock Yard.
Cock Hill, Anchor Street, Spitalfields, the first on the R. from 53, Shoreditch, leading into Webb square.
Cock Hill, New Street, Bishopsgate, at the E. end of it, from 20 Bishopsgate without, leading to Catherine wheel alley.
Cock Hill, Ratcliffe, the E. continuation of Shadwell High Street extending from the Cock to Broad Street
Cock and Hoop Yard, Houndsditch, at 138, op. Duke Street about of a mile on the L. from op. Bishopsgate church.
Cock Inn, Leadenhall Street, at 51, op. Cree church lane, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from Cornhill.
Cock Inn, Haymarket, at 63, about the middle of the W. side, op. James Street
Cock Lane, Giltspur Street, the first on the L. from Newgate Street towards Smithfield, leading to 68 Snow hill.
Cock Lane, Shoreditch, is behind 65, by the turnpike, extending from Church Street to Castle Street, behind Shoreditch church.
Cock Pit Alley, Drury Lane, at 135, about the middle of the E. side, leading into Great Wild Street, Lincolns inn fields.
Cock Pit Court, Poppings Court, Fleet Street, the second on the L. in it from 111 Fleet Street
Cock Pit Yard (Great), James Street, Bedford Row, the first E. parallel to it, from 1 to 16, extending from the Kings road to Little James Street.
Cock Pit Yard (Little), Ditto, at the S. end of the last, back of 1 James Street
Cockspnr Street, Charing Cross, the W. continuation of it from the Strand, extending from the Kings Mews to the Haymarket.
Cock Yard, Hay market, at 63, near the middle of the W. side.
Coffee House Alley, Upper Thames Street, at 56, leading to Queenhithe, about 1/8 of a mile from either Blacktriars or London bridge.
Coffee House Walk and Gardens, Hoxton. See Bacchus.
Cohens Rents, Mill Yard, Goodmans Fields, at 10, about the middle of the E. side of it.
Colchester Street, Crutched Friars, is on the N. side of Great Tower hill, about six doors on the L. in Savage gardens from 21, Crutched friars, leading into Coopers Row.
Colchester Street, Red Lion Street, Whitechapel, at 29, about eight doors on the L. from 32 Whitechapel High street, leading into Church St or lane.
Coldbath Fields, Clerkenwell, on the N. side towards Pemonville, by the House of Correction.
Coldbath Square, Coldbath Fields, situate between Coppice row and Great Warner Street, facing the House of Correction.
Coles Buildings, Long Lane, West Smithfield, on the N. side, four doors W. from Charterhouse street.
Cole Stairs, Shadwell, at the bottom of Golds hill, about two miles below London bridge, by the line of the river.
Coles Wharf, Horselydown, New Stairs, is on the W. side of St Saviours dock, near the bottom of Shad Thames, about 1/4 of a mile E. from London bridge.
Colebrook Place, Hoxton, the fifth on the L. about 1/3 of a mile from Old Street road, near Turners square, and op. the Hare publi house.
Colebrook Square, Hoxton, the first on the L. north from Gloucester Street in Hoxton town, near the last
Cole Harbour, Hackney Road, is about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church, a few houses on the N. side the road, adjoining Alports nursery.
Cole Harbour, Black wall, extends from the Dock bason towards the Marsh wall on the side of the Thames.
Cole Harbour Lane, Upper Thames Street, op. 150, about 1/7 of a mile on the L. from London bridge.
Cole Harbour Place, White Bear Yard, Kent Street, Borough, a few yards from 270 Kent street, leading to Swan yard and the Borough.
Cole Harbour Stairs, Upper Thames Street, the bottom of Cole harbour lane from op. 150 Thames St about 1/7 of a mile W. from London bridge.
Cole Harbour Street, Hackney Road is op. Cole Harbour, lately called Bath Street
Colemans Buildings, Coleman Street, at 71, six doors on the L. from London wall.
Coleman Court, Coleman Street, Bunhill Row. is the first on the L. a few yards from 81 Bunhill row.
Colemans Court, Castle Street, Borough, at 31, near the W. end, by Potts Vinegar ground.
Colemans Court, Castle Lane, Borough, the first on the R. a few doors from Castle Street See the last
Coleman Place, Ratcliffe Row, City Road, is about the middle of the S. side of it, near the N. end of Ironmongers row, from 97 Old Street by the Church.
Coleman Place, Coleman Street, Bunhill Row, the first on the R. a few yards from 45, Banner Street, St Lukes.
Coleman Street, Bunhill Row, at 83, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from 63, Chiswell Street leading to 45 Banner Street
Coleman Street (Lower), is the end of the last, next Bunhill row.
Coleman Street, Lothbury, the N. continuation of the Old Jewry from Cheapside, bearing to the R. extending to 53 Fore Street Cripplegate.
Coleman Street, Shadwell, the first N. parallel to Wapping wall, extending from 150, New Gravel lane, under the arch, to Star street.
Colemans Yard, Bermondsey Street, at 110, the third on the R. from the church, towards Tooley Street
College Alms Houses, College Yard, Counter Street, Borough. See College Yard.
College Court, Cow Cross, West Smithfield, the third on the L. from St Johns street, nearly facing Turnmill Street.
College Hill, Upper Thames Street, at 181, the first E. parallel to the bottom of Queen Street, Cheapside, from 60 to 67.
College of Physicians, Warwick Lane, the first on the R. a few yards from 10 Newgate Street
College Row, Chelsea. See Royal Hospital row.
College Street, Abingdon Street, Westminster, at 18, the first on the R. south from the Abbey, extending to Deans yard and Bowling Street
College Street(Little) .Westminster, at 9, in the last described, leading into Wood Street
College Street, Narrow Wall, Lambeth. about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Westminster bridge, towards Blackfriars, extending from op. Vine street to Kings Arms stairs.
College Street, Tooley Street, at 140, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from London bridge, leading to Red Lion court, and 43 Bermondsey Street
College Yard, St Margarets Hill, Borough, is on the N. side, and the first on the L. in Counter Street towards Borough market.
Collet Place, White Horse Street, Ratcliffe, at the N. end of it, by the workhouse near the S. side of Stepney church yard.
Collier Court, Golden Lane, Cripplegate, the third on the L. from Barbican, leading into Bridgewater gardens.
Collier Court, Fleet Street, Bethnal Green, two doorson the R. from George Street, Brick lane, near Hanburys brewery.
Colliers Court, Mill Lane, Tooley Street, the first on the R. from 56 Tooley Street
Colliers Rents, White Street, Borough, at 23, the fifth on the L. from the back of St Georges Church.
Collier Street, Pentonville, the first N. parallel to part of the High Street or road, extending from Rodney Street to Winchester Street
Collins Court, Farmer Street, Shadwell, at 44, the first on the L. from 38, High Street
Collins's Place, Poplar High Street or Road, is about 1/2 a mile on the L. east from the Commercial road, a few doors below the Green Dragon.
Collingwood Place, Broad Street, Ratcliffe, at 102, a few doors on the L. from Cock hill, and nearly op. Stone stairs.
Collingwood Place, Mount Street, Bethnal Green, is nearly op. Collingwood Street
Collingwood Street, Mount Street, Bethnal Green, the third on the L. in it, from 45, Church St or the first on the R. from Virginia Street, behind Shoreditch church.
Collingwood Street, City Road, is the first N. parallel to the City terrace, op. Fountain place, extending from Providence Street or Westmoreland place to Trafalgar St
Collingwood Street, Christ Church, is the S. continuation of Green walk to Lambeth marsh, and the first on the R. in it from Surrey chapel.
Collitch Place, Cross Street, Newington, the first on the R. a few yards from the church towards Walworth.
Colonnade, Upper Guilford Street, Foundling Hospital, is the first N. parallel to part of it, extending from 12 Grenville Street to the Mews, leading into Bernard Street
Colour Court, Worcester Street, Borough, at 14, the first on the R. from 10 Queen Street
Colville Court, Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, at 17, extending to 56 John St three doors S. from Goodge street, Tottenham court road.
Commerce Row, Blackfriars Road, is part of the W. side of it, about of a mile on the R. from the bridge, nearly op. Surrey chapel.
Commercial Chambers, Minories, at 13, that number of doors on the L. from Aldgate High Street
Commercial Chronicle Newspaper Office, Fleet Street, at 151, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from fleet market, by Bolt court.
Commercial Dock. See Greenland Dock.
Commercial Hall, Skinner Street, Snow Hill, at 9, the large house, a few doors on the R. from Fleet market, towards Newgate Street
Commercial Place, Commercial Road, part of the S. side of it, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. east from the Half way house, extending from Lucas place to John street.
Commercial Road, Whitechapel, the E. continuation of Church Street or lane, to the West India Docks and Poplar, about two miles in length.
Commercial Road Office, Bucklersbury, two doors on the L. from the Mansion house.
Commercial Terrace, Commercial Road, Limehouse, on the S. side the road, a few doors E. of the church, by the end of Gill Street
Commissary Generals Office, Great George Street, Westminster, at 35, the third door on the L. from St James's Park, towards Westminster bridge.
Commons, House of, Westminster is on the S. side of Westminster hall, facing the abbey.
Common Pleas, Court of, is held at Westminster hall, and at Guildhall, King street, Chcapside.
Common Pleas Office, Kings bench walk, Temple, at the bottom of Mitre ccurt, from 44 Fleet street.
Compter Court, Poultry, at 30, a few doors on the R. from the Mansion house, towards Cheapside, leading to the Compter.
Ccmpton Passage, Compton Street, Clerkenwell, the first on the R. from 198, St Johns street, leading to Allen Street
Compton Street, Clerkenwell, at 198, St Johns street, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Smithfield, extending to 107, Goswell street.
Compton Street (New), Broad Street, St Giles, is the first E. from the church, and first W. from Monmouth street, extending to Crown Street
Compton Street (Little,) the W. continuation of the last, from Crown Street to Greek Street, Soho square.
Compton Street (Old), the W. continuation of the last, from Greek Street to Princes Street total length about 1/3 of a mile.
Compton Street, Bloomsbury. See Bury Street.
Conduit Court, Long Acre, at 17, near the W. end, leading to Hart Street, Covent garden.
Conduit Street, Hanover Square, extends from 100, Swallow Street to 22 New Bond Street
Connaught PIace, Edgeware Road, a few yards on the L. from Tyburn turnpike.
Constable. Row. See Five Ditto.
Constables Wharf, Horselydown, is the second E. from Georges stairs, nearly facing Thomas Street near 3/4 of a mile below London bridge.
Constitution Hill, Green Park, the road rising between St James's park and Hyde park corner.
Constitution Row, Grays Inn Lane, on the E. side, about of a mile on the R. from Holborn.
Contentment Row, Hoxton, the N. continuation of Gloucester terrace, op. Brits buildings, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from Old street road, along Pitfield Street and Haberdashers walk.
Conway Court, Paradise Street, Marylebone, is between 10 Paradise street, and 49 Paddington Street extending from Grafton Street to Burying ground passage.
Conway Mews, Conway Street, Fitzroy Square, at the S. end by London Street
Conway Street, Fitzroy Square, at the S. W. comer, extending to 26 London Street
Conway Street (Upper),Fitzroy Square at the N. W. corner of it, op. the last, extending to the New road, and is the second on the L. in it from Tottenham court road.
Cooks Aims Houses, Spring Street, Shadwell, is by 30, in the said street, on the S. side of Shadwell church yard.
Cooks (Captain) Alms Houses, Mile End, is about 2 1/8 miles on the L. from Aldgate pump, op. York place.
Cooks Buildings, Stoney Lane, Gravel Lane, Houndsditch, the last but one on the L. in it, near Petticoat lane.
Cooks Court, Primrose street, Bishopsgate without, at 15, a few doors on the R. from 110, Bishopsgate, leading into Long alley.
Cooks Court, Carey Street, Chancery Lane, at 36, the second on the R. from 99, Chancery lane, leading to 11 Searl Street
Cooks Passage, North Row, Park Lane, at 12, a few yards on the L. from Park St towards Park lane.
Cooks Row, St Pancras, is about fourteen doors N.from the church, on the R. towards Camden town.
Cooks Wharf, Shadwell, at the bottom of Golds hill, about 2 miles below London bridge, by the line of the river.
Coopers Aims Houses. See Coopers Square.
Coopers Court, Great Windmill Street, Haymarket, at 10, the first on the R. from Piccadilly.
Coopers Court, Portpool Lane, at 27, the first on the L. three doors from 64 Leather lane, Holborn.
Coopers Court, Steward Street, Goswell Street, is three doors on the R. from 30 Brick lane, St Lukes.
Coopers Court, White Cross Street, St Lukes at 83, about twelve doors on the R. from Chiswell Street towards Old Street
Coopers Court, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, the last on the L. from 48 Rosemary lane, and on the N. side New Martin St from 97 Upper East Smithfield.
Coopers Gardens, Hackney Road, the second on the R. a few doors from Shoreditch church, towards Hackney.
Coopers Hall, Basinghall Street, at 71, about the middle of the W. side, adjoining the church.
Coopers Place, Little York Place, New Road, Marylebone, is three doors on the L. from Great Quebec Street at the back of 9 Salisbury place.
Coopers Rents, St Catherines Square, Tower Hill, on the N.E. corner of it, entrance op. St Catherines stairs.
Coopers Row, Crutched Friars, the third on the R. in it, from 64 Mark lane, extending to Great Tower hill.
Coopers Square, School House Lane, Ratcliffe, is a few doors on the R. from Cockhill towards Brook Street
Coopers Street, Orchard Street, Westminster, at 29, extending to 3 Dacre Street, a few doors W. from New Tothill Street
Copenhagen Place, Limehoure, on the N. side of the New Cut, the entrance by the first on the R. in Salmon lane, from the Commercial road, towards Stepney.
Coppers Wharf, the bottom of Salisbury street or Cecil Street, from 77 Strand.
Copper Wharf, Upper Thames Street, at 12, between Adersons and Carron wharf, about of a mile E. from Blackfriars bridge.
Coppice Row, Clerkenwell, extends from Ray Street at the N. W. corner of the Green, by the Sessions house to Coldbath fields, near the House of Correction.
Copthall Buildings, Throgmorton Street, is the continuation of Copthall chambers and court, extending to Bell alley.
Copthall Chambers, Throgmorton Street, is the continuation of Copthall court, towards Bell alley and Moorfields.
Copthall Court, Throgmorton St at 30, about ten doors on the L. from the N. E. corner of the Bank, leading towards Bell alley and Moorfields.
Coram Place, Little Coram Street, Russel Square, the first on the R. from 54 Great Coram street, leading to Russel place.
Coram Street (Great), Brunswick Square, extends from the N. W, corner of it, to Wooburn place, Russell square.
Coram Street (Little), the first E. parallel to Wooburn pl. extending from 54 Great Coram Street to 10 Tavistock place.
Corbets Court, Gracechurch Street, about seven doors on the R. from Cornhill, towards London bridge.
Corbets Court, Browns Lane, Spitalfields, at 36, the third on the R. from op. 55 Brick lane, it is continued by Grey eagle Street
Corbets Court, Vine Street. Spitalfields, at 11, leading into the last described.
Corders Wharf, Horselydown, the second E. from Pickle herring stairs, about 3/8 of a mile from London bridge.
Cordwainers Charity School, Old Change, the corner of Watling Street by St Pauls Church yard.
Cordwainers Hall, Great Distaff Lane, at 16, four doors W. from 21 , Friday Street, Cheapside.
Cordwells Court, Marylebone Street, Piccadilly, at 11, op. the N. end of Air Street
Cork Mews, Cork Street, at 12, five doors on the L. from Vigo Lane.
Cork Street, New Bond Street, the first E. parallel to part of it, extending from Vigo lane to 13 Clifford Street
Corn Exchange (New), Mark Lane, at 31, about eight doors on the L. from 68 Great Tower Street
Corn Exchange (Old), Mark Lane, is opposite the last described.
Cornbury Place, Kent Road, is a part of the S. W. side of it, extending from Swan place, to Ortford row, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. below the Bricklayers arms.
Cornhill, extends from the Mansion house to Leadenhall St and 124 Bishopsgate Street and is about 1/5 of a mile in length.
Cornycap Alley, Bankside, Southwark, the second on the L. west from Thames Street towards Blackfriars bridge.
Cornwall Street, St Georges in the East, the first N. parallel to Back lane, a few yards behind Bath terrace, near Cannon street turnpike.
Cornwall Street (Lower), the E. end of the last, extending from Charles Street to King Davids Fort.
Corporation for working Mines in Scotland, Office at the Sun Fire Office, Cornhill.
Corporation Court, Corporation row, Clerkenwell, is four or five doors on the L. in it, from the N. end of St Johns Street
Corporation Lane, Corporation Row, Clerkenwell. is part of the W. end of it, by Rosamond Street
Corporation Row, St Johns Street, Clerkenwell, at the N. end of it, being the last on the L. from Smithfield, it expends to Rosamond street.
Cottage Lane, Dorrins Row, Commercial Road, is the first on the L. in the Commercial road, near 1/3 of a mile E. from Cannon Street road.
Cottage Place, Chapel Path, Sommers Town, is behind 16, about ten doors on the L. from Brill row.
Cottage Place, Poplar, is about a mile on the R. in the East India Dock road, from Limehouse, on the E. side the East India alms houses.
Cottage Place, Lion Street, Kent Road, the first on the L. five doors from the said road ; also the first on the R. a few doors from Gloucester place, Walworth.
Cottage Row, Bermondsey New Road, part of the E. side of it, extending from the Bricklayers arms, towards Bermondsey church.
Cottage Row, Poplar, extends from Cottage place to Poplar High Street or road.
Cottons Gardens, Old Palace Yard, Westminster, is nearly op. the abbey, extending towards the Thames.
Cottons Gardens, Hackney Road, the extremity of Providence gardens, being the third on the L. from Shorcditch church.
Cotton Street, Poplar, is the first E. parallel to Bow lane, leading towards the East India Dock road.
Cottons Wharf, Tooley Street, entrance at 17, being that number of doors on the L. from London bridge.
Cotton Yard, Poplar High Street or road, is about 1/2 a mile E. from the Commercial road, on the L. nearly op. the Charity school and Town hall.
Counter Alley, High Street, Borough, op. 66, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from London bridge, leading into Counter street.
Counter Street, Borough, extends from St Margarets hill to the Borough market, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from London bridge.
Counting House Yard, Christs Hospital, the first on the L. in Butcherhall lane, from 82, Newgate street.
County Chronicle Newspaper Office, 18, Warwick square, five doors on the L. in the square, from the middle of the W. side of Warwick lane.
County Fire Office, 25 Southampton street, Strand, three doors on the R. from Covent garden.
County Goal (for Surrey), is a few yards on the L. in Newington causeway, from Stones end, towards the Elephant and Castle.
County Herald Newspaper Office, 18 Warwick square. See County Chronicle Office.
County Newspaper Office, at 5 Warwick square, being that number of doors on the R. from Warwick lane ; here advertisements are taken in for every newspaper in the United Kingdom.
County Row, Mill Lane, Tooley Street, the first on the L. from 55 Tooley Street leading to Hayss wharf.
County Street, County Terrace, Kent Road, is the first N. parallel to it or behind it, from the Kent road.
County Terrace, Kent Road, is about of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, opposite Rodneys buildings.
Courier DAngleterre Newspaper Office, 4, Crane court, Fleet street, (Mr. Harpurs) four doors on the R. from 174 Fleet Street
Courier Newspaper Office, Strand, at 348, about six doors E. from Exeter change.
Courier De Londres, Newspaper Office, behind 73 Great Queen St Lincolns Inn Fields, and op. Little Queen Street from 222 High Holborn.
Court of Delegates, Doctors Commons, the fifth door on the L. under the Gateway from op. 14 Great Knight rider Street
Court of Requests, Osborn Street, Whitechapel, is five doors on the R. from Whitechapel, nearly op. the church.
Court of Requests, Castle Street, Leicester Square, at 30, twelve doorson the R. from Hemmings row, St Martins lane.
Court of Requests, Vine Street, Piccadilly, at 21, ten doors from the W. end of Brewer Street, Golden square.
Court of Requests, Fullwoods Rents, Holborn, at 13, the last house on the L. from 34 Holborn.
Court of Requests, Guildhall, the third door on the R. from 23 King Street, Cheapside.
Court of Request Office, Weston Street, Maze, Borough, at 17, about six doors on the L. from 35 Snows fields.
Court Street, Whitechapel Road, at 110, nearly op. the London hospital, leading to Ducking pond row.
Cousin Lane, Upper Thames Street at 84, op. Dowgate hill, near 1/4 of a mile on the L. from London bridge.
Covent Garden, the N. end of Southampton Street from 387, Strand, or the S. end of James Street from 43 Long acre.
Covent Garden Theatre, at the N. E. corner of Covent garden, extending through to Bow Street and to Hart Street where there are other entrances.
Covent Garden Workhouse, at the N. end of Norfolk street, Middlesex Hospital, or the S. end of Cleveland street, Fitzroy square, facing Queen Ann street East
Coventry Court, Haymarket, at 29, leading to 6 Coventry street.
Coventry Place, Willow Walk, Bermondsey, a few houses on the L. in it, from Pages walk towards the Grange road.
Coventry Street, Haymarket, the last on the R. from Cockspur Street, Charing cross, extending from the E. end of Piccadilly to Princes Street, Soho.
Cow Alley, Free School Street, Horselydown, at 26, near 2/3 of a mile on the L. from London bridge along Tooley Street it leads into Goat yard,
Cow Court, Old Street, St Lukes, at 122, the second on the L. a few doors from Goswell Street
Cow Court, Hare Street, Bethnal Green, at 80, the first on the R. a few doors from 108 Brick lane.
Cow Court, Rotherhithe, near 333 Rotherhithe Street by the S. E. corner of the church yard.
Cow Cross, St Johns Street, West Smithfield, at 87, the second on the L. a few doors from Smithfield, it extends to Turnmill Street by which it is continued to Clerkenwell green.
Cow Lane, West Smithfield, at 93, the third on the L. from Newgate Street or from the Old Bailey, leading to Snow hill and Fleet market.
Cow Lane, New Gravel Lane, at 97, the second on the L. and about nine doors from 23 High Street, Shadwell, leading into Farmer street.
Cow Lane, Stepney, the first N. parallel to and a few yards from the church yard, extending from the S. end of the green, towards Rhodess wells and Bow common.
Cow Lane, Rotherhithe, is between Lower Queen. street and Trinity Street op. Riches Wharf, near 1/2 mile from Greenland dock.
Cow Yard, Liquorpond Street, Grays Inn Lane, op. 42, the first on the R. a few yards from 68 Grays inn lane.
Cowheel Alley, White Cross Street, St Lukes, at 168, five doors S. on the R. from Banner Street leading to Golden lane.
Cowley Street, Wood Street, Westminster, the second on the R. a few doors from 64, Millbank Street leading to Barton Street and College Street
Cowpers Court, Cornhill, at 32, leading to 6 Birchin lane.
Coxs Court, Aldersgate Street, at 160, two doors S. from Westmoreland buildings, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from 66 Newgate street.
Coxs Court, Little Britain, the second on the L. from St Bartholomews hospital, towards Aldersgate Street
Coxs Court, Green Walk, Christ Church, Surrey, the first on the L. from Holland Street by Blackfriars bridge, behind the Falcon glass manufactory.
Coxs Court, Petticoat Lane. nearly op. Stoney lane, about eight doors S. from Wentworth St and 1/8 of a mile on the R. north from 41 Aldgate.
Coxs Gateway, Bermondsey Street, at 221 , about the middle of the W. side.
Coxs Rents City Road, a few doors on the L. from the Angel, Islington.
Coxs Square, Spitalfields, situate behind the corner formed by Wentworth Street and Petticoat lane, communicating to the former by Shorts street, to the latter by Cobbs yard and Fishers alley.
Cox Street, Tavistock Place, Tavistock Square, is the E continuation. of it from Marchmont Street
Coxs Quay, Lower Thames Street, at 6, the second E. from London bridge.
Coxs Wharf, Fountain Court, Cecil Street, Strand, between Brownings and Winckworths Wharfs, about 1/8 of a mile W. from Somerset house.
Crabtree Row, Hackney Road, Bethnal Green, the third on the R. about 1/5 of a mile from Shoreditch church, op. Union Street extending to the Birdcage walk.
Cradle Court, St Mary Axe, at 21, near Bury court, that number of doors on the R. from 116, Leadenhall Street
Cradle Court, Red Cross Street, Cripplegate, at 51, the third on the L. ten or eleven doors from Barbican, leading to Bowling alley and 20 White cross Street
Craigs Court, Charing Cross, at 20, on the E. side, a few doors on the L. from the Strand, towards Westminster bridge.
Cranbourne Alley, Cranbourne Street at 10, the first on the L. from Castle Street leading to Bear Street
Cranbourne Passage, Cranboume Street, at 16, by the first house on the R. from Castle Street extending to Little Newport Street
Cranbourne Street, Leicester Square at the N. E. corner of the square, leading into Castle Street or the first on the R. in Castle Street from Great Newport Street, Long acre.
Crane Court, Fleet Street, at 174, five doors E. from Fetter lane.
Crane Court, Lambeth Hill, Upper Thames Street, three doors on the R. from Old Fish Street and the third court from 212, Upper Thames Street
Cranes (Three). See Three Cranes.
Crane (New) Dock, Wapping, the first E. from New Crane stairs. See Ditto.
Crane Stairs (New), Wapping, at 198, op. the bottom of New Gravel lane, from 22, High Street, Shadwell.
Crane Yard (Old), Leicester Street, Swallow Street, at 21 , three doors on the R. from 31 Swallow Street, towards Warwick Street
Craven Buildings, Drury Lane, at 94, two doors on the R. from Wych Street towards Holborn.
Craven Buildings, City Road, is the first on the R. north from Old Street about 1/3 of a mile from Finsbury square, leading to Charles square, Hoxton, the S. side of the street is called Brunswick place.
Craven Court, Craven Street, Strand, at 34, about the middle of the E. side, leading into Hungerford market.
Craven Street, Strand, at 10, ten doors on the R. from Charing cross, extending to the Thames.
Craven Street, City Road, entrance by the first on the R. north from Old St about 1/3 of a mile from Finsbury square, it extends from Craven buildings to Charles place.
Craven Yard, Drury Lane, at 97, about four doors on the R. from Wych Street towards Holborn.
Crawfords Court, Rothcrhithe, See Cow Court.
Crawfords Passage, Ray Street, Clerkenwell, the second on the R. from the Green by the Sessions house, leading to Coppice row by the workhouse.
Creechurch Lane, Leadenhall street, at 87, the first on the R. from Aldgate, leading to Dukes place and Houndsditch.
Creed Lane, Ludgate Street, at 15, the first on the L. five doors from St Pauls church yard, leading to Shoemakers row, Blackfriars.
Crescent (North), Chenies Street. Bedford Square, is two doors on the L. in it, from 209 Tottenham court road, facing Alfred place.
Crescent (South), Great Store Street, Bedford Square, is two doors on the R. in it from Tottenham court road, facing Alfred place.
Crescent, Sommers Town, the second on the L. in Brill row, from the Brill, Weston Street or the termination of Phoenix Street from Clarendon square.
Crescent, Temple Bar. See Pickett Street.
Crescent, Jewin Street, Cripplegate, two doors on the R. from 29 Redcross street, leading to Alfreds court.
Crescent, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, is part of the E. side of it, commencing about six doors on the L. from Ludgate hill.
Crescent, Minories, is behind 102, at about thirteen doors on the L. from Tower hill.
Crescent Place, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, is about eight doors on the L. from Ludgate hill, towards the bridge.
Crescent Place, Hackney Road, at 12 Clarence place, the third on the R. 1/5 of a mile from Shoreditch church.
Crescent Place, Lambeth Road, St Georges Fields, part of the S. side, by St Georges Crescent, leading from the Obelisk towards Lambeth.
Cripplegate Buildings, Wood Street, Cheapside, is the N. continuation of it, extending from London wall to 11 Fore street.
Cripplegate Church Yard, Fore Street, Cripplegate, is a few doors on the L. from the last described towards Red cross street.
Crispin Street, Spitalfields, intersects Union Street at 25, being the third from 69 Bishopsgate without, extending from Artillery place to Lamb Street, Spital square.
Crombies Row, Commercial Road, See Dorans Row.
Cromers Place, Marston Street, Sommers Town, is eight or nine doors on the L. from Phillipss buildings, Willsted Street
Crooked Lane, Cannon Street, at 49, leading into Miles lane, and on the L. to 18 Fish street hill, or the second on the L. from London Bridge in Fish street hill.
Crookers Buildings, Charles Square, Hoxton, two doors on the L. from Pitfield Street, Old street road, towards the square.
Crookets Alley, High Street, Lambeth, the second on the L. from Broad street, towards Lambeth church, leading into Fore street.
Crooked Billet Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, about seven doors on the L. from Moorfields towards Sun street.
Crooked Billet Wharf, Milbank Street, Westminster, is nearly op. 58, between Wallingers wharf and Pearces brewery.
Crooked Billet Yard, Kingsland Road, is the sixth on the L. about 1/8 of a mile from Shoreditch church, nearly op. Union Street
Crosby Row, Snows Fields, Borough, is the third on the R. down King Street from 108 Borough High Street leading to Long lane, Bermondsey.
Crosby Row, Walworth, part of the E. side the main road, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, extending from York place to East Street about 1/8 of a mile in length.
Crobby Square, Bishopsgate Within, at 28, about ten doors on the R. from the City of London Tavern, leading to Crosby Street and 61, St Mary Axe.
Crosby Street, St, Mary Axe, at 61, the first on the L. from 117 Leadenhall Street, leading to Great St Helens on the R. and to Crosby square on the L.
Cross Alley, Shoe Lane, at 32, near the middle of the E. side, leading to George alley and 70 Fleet market.
Cross Alley, Gun Alley, Wapping, two doors on the R. in it, from 105 Wapping Street leading into Upper Well alley.
Cross Alley, King Street, Rotherhithe, the first on the L. from 375 Rotherhithe street, leading into Queen Street
Cross Alley, Salisbury Street, Bermondsey or Rotherhithe wall, the first on the L. from Rotherhithe wall, leading into Marigold street.
Cross Court, Broad Court, Drury Lane, the first on the L. from 44, Drury lane, leading into Dukes court.
Cross Court, Cross Street, Carnaby Market, is the continuation of it, from Carnaby street to the market, leading to 17 King street.
Cross Gun Court, Rosemary Lane, at 111, nearly op. Darby street, about the middle of the N. side of the said lane.
Cross Key Court, London Wall, is about the middle of the S. side of it, between Leathersellers buildings and Black swan alley, op. Bethlem hospital.
Cross Key Court, St Johns Street, West Smithfield, two doors on the L. from Cow cross, towards St Johns lane.
Cross Keys Inn,Wood Street, Cheapside, at 128, three doors on the L. from 122 Cheapside.
Cross Keys Inn, Gracechurch Street at 16, six doors on the L. from Lombard Street, towards Cornhill.
Cross Keys Inn, St, Johns Street, West Smithfield, at 109, about seventeen doors on the R. from Smithfield.
Cross Key Mews, Mary bone Lane, at 34, six doors on the L. from High Street, near Bulstrode Street
Cross Key Square, Little Britain, is eight doors on the R. from 75 Aldersgate street, towards West Smithfield.
Cross Key Yard, Bermondsey Street at 266, about sixteen doors on the R. from Tooley Street
Cross Lane, Neat Houses, Chelsea, is near | a mile from Pimlico, over the bridge towards the Thames, about the middle of Bakers lane.
Cross Lane, Long Acre, at 106, about the middle of the N. side, is continued by King street to St Giless.
Cross Lane, Newton Street, Holborn, the continuation of it from 206 High Holborn, leading to Parkers lane and Lincolns inn fields.
Cross Lane, Bush Lane, Cannon Street, at 27, eight doors on the L. from 23 Cannon Street, leading into Suffolk lane.
Cross Lane, St Marys Hill, at 28, about eleven doors on the L. from Little Eastcheap, op. Rood lane, Fenchurch street, extending to Idol lane.
Cross Lane, St Dunstans Hill, the second on the L. a few doors from 11 Tower street, extending to Harp lane.
Cross Row, Ratcliffe Square, is on the S. side of it, or the last on the L. in Periwinkle street from Brook Street
Cross Row, Stepney Green, the fourth on the R. about y of a mile from Mile end road, extending to Saville buildings, S. end of Pleasant row.
Cross Street, New Road, Hans Town, the first on the R. from North Street at the N. end of Sloane street, Knightsbridge.
Cross Street, Hatton Garden, intersects it at 43, and is the second from Holborn, it extends from Kirby Street to 33, Leather lane.
Cross Street, King Street, Golden Square, at 17, the fifth on the L. of a mile from 323 Oxford street, leading to Cross court and Carnaby market.
Cross Street, Queens Square, Bloomsbury, the first parallel to the S, side of it, extending from 32 Devonshire Street to 23 Gloucester Street
Cross Street, Wilderness Row, Clekenwell, at 12, the first on the R. from 135 Goswell street, extending to 16 Great Sutton Street
Cross Street, Finsbury Place, at 22, the first on the R. north from Moorfields, extending to Wilson street, and is parallel to the S. side of Finsbury square.
Cross Street, Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 17, the second on the L. from 65, Shoreditch, extending to Old Nicol Street
Cross Street, Myrtle Street, Hoxton, the first on the R. from Hoxton town or High Street extending to Gloucester  Street
Cross Street, Leonard Street, Shoreditch, the second on the R. east from Paul Street, Finsbury, extending to Luke Street
Cross Street, Morgan Street, Commercial Road, the first on the L. from the Commercial road, extending to Humberston Street a few yards W. of Cannon street road.
Cross Street, Westminster Bridge Road, St Georges Fields. See Joiners Place.
Cross Street, Blackfriars Road, is about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from the bridge, extending to Broad wall.
Cross Street, Newington or Walworth, op, the church, the first on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, on the Kennington road.
Cross Street, Locks Fields, Walworth, the second on the R. and L. along Queen street from York St towards East lane.
Cross Street, Brandon Street, Bermondsey New road, the first on the L. from 17, in the New road, extending to Webb Street
Cross Street, Bermondsey (or Rotherhithe Wall), the first on the L. in Marigold street, extending to Cherry garden St about six doors from Cherry garden stairs.
Cross Street, Fair Street, Horselydown, the first on the L. from the E. end of Tooley St nearly facing St Johns church, extending to Back Street
Cross Street, King Street, Rotherhithe, at 10, the second on the L. from 274 Rotherhithe street, opposite Kings stairs, extending to Queen Street
Cross Street, Green Street, Bethnal Green, the third on the L. near 1/3 of a mile from the Green, leading towards Bonners hall.
Cross Street, Limehouse, is situate between the church and the West India docks, extending from Rich street to Jamaica place East
Cross Street, Lower Cornwall Street, St Georges in the East, is nearly op. the Jolly Sailor, Back lane, about of a mile E. from Cannon St turnpike, leading towards the Commercial road.
Crown and Anchor, Strand, at 180, the corner of Arundel street, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Temple bar.
Crown Brewery, Stanhope Street, Drury Lane, at 45, three doors N. from Denzell Street
Crown Brewery, Golden Lane, Barbican, about the middle of the W. side by Ball yard.
Crown Court, Crown Street, Westminster, is about the middle of the S. side, leading to 18 Charles street.
Crown Court, Fleet Street, at 72, on the S. side, between Salisbury square and Water lane.
Crown Court, Tudor Street, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, is the W. continuation of it from 15, Bridge street, extending to op. 63 Dorset Street, Salisbury square.
Crown Court, Russell Street, Drury lane, at 10, op. Drury lane theatre, leading to 30 Bow Street, Covent garden.
Crown Court, Strand, is op. 218, the third on the R. about seventeen doors from Temple bar, leading to Little Shire lane.
Crown Court, Chancery Lane, at 221, about ten doors on the L. from Fleet street.
Crown Court, St James's, extends from 66, W. end of Pall mall to 17 King Street
Crown Court, Liquorpond Street, Leather Lane, at 5, a few doors on the R. from 67, Grays inn lane, it adjoins Meuxs brewery. 4 Town Court, Sherrard street, Golden Square, at 10, three doors on the L. from 35, Brewer street.
Crown Court, Little Pultney Street, Princes Street, Soho, at 30 and 38, leading to Queens head court, and 23, Great Windmill by Hay market.
Crown Court (Little), Princes Street, Soho, at 22, nearly op. Compton Street, leading into the last described.
Crown Court, Dean Street, Soho, at 68, the second on the R. about eleven doors from 397 Oxford street, leading to 27 Chapel street.
Crown Court, Portpool Lane, at 21, about six doors on the L. from 64 Leather lane, Holborn.
Crown Court, Broad Street, St Giles, at 53, leading to Shorts gardens, Drury lane.
Crown Court, West Street, West Smithfield, the second on the L. about seven or eight doors from 87 Smithfield, leading to St Johns court and Cow.lane.
Crown Court, Butcherhall Lane, at 5, the first on the R. four doors from 82 Newgate Street
Crown Court, High Street, Islington, the first on the R. a few yards from the City road.
Crown Court, Golden Lane, Barbican, the second on the L, eight doors from Barbican towards Old Street
Crown Court, Bell Alley, St Lukes, the second on the L. from 12 Goswell Street leading into French alley.
Crown Court, Grub Street, Cripplegate, the fourth on the L. about twelve doors from op. 69 Chiswell Street, leading into Type street, Ropemakers Street and Moorfields.
Crown Court, Turnagain Lane, Fleet Market, the first on the L. three doors from 36 Fleet market, towards Snow hill.
Crown Court, Warwick Lane, Newgate Street, the first on the L. three or four doors from 10 Newgate Street
Crown Court, Old Change, at 10, behind the S. E. corner of St Pauls Church yard, op. Distaff lane.
Crown Court, White Cross street, St Lukes, at 153, the first on the R. five doors from op. the church, Old street.
Crown Court, Charter House Lane, at 26, the first on the L. from 100 St Johns street, towards Charterhouse square.
Crown Court, Aldersgate Street, at 52, about six doors on the R. north from Jewin Street
Crown Court, Cheapside, at 64, on the S. side, about four or five doors W. from Queen Street
Crown Court, Trinity Lane, at 10, three doors on the L. west from Bow lane, Cheapside.
Crown Court, Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, at 26, the first on the L. five doors from the Curtain road, or the last on the R. in it from 194 Shoreditch.
Crown Court, Whites Alley, Coleman Street, the first on the L. about six doors from 60 Coleman street.
Crown Court, Old Broad Street, at 62, E. side the church, and nearly op. the Excise office.
Crown Court, Little Pearl Street, Spitalfields, is six doors S. on the L. from 10, Great Pearl Street op. Vine place.
Crown Court, Quaker Street, Spitalfields, the first on the L. about nine doors from 29 Wheeler Street leading into Blacks court and Phoenix Street
Crown Court, Threadneedle Street, at 45, op. Merchant Taylors hall.
Crown.Court, Whites Yard, Rosemary Lane, the third on the R. from 57, Rosemary lane, and the second on the L. from 97 Upper East Smithfield, leading into Blue anchor yard.
Crown Court, Jewry Street, Aldgate, at 12, about the middle of the W. side, and the second on the R. from Aldgate.
Crown Court, Sun Tavern Fields, St Georges in the East, is near 1/7 a mile on the L. from the turnpike at Cannon Street towards Limehouse, by the Ship public house.
Crown Court, Cartwright Street, Rosemary Lane, the fourth on the L. from 32 Rosemary lane, towards Upper East Smithfield.
Crown Court, Queens Row, King Street, Old Gravel Lane, is a few doors on the L. from King street, or the third on the R. along Prussian island, from 188 Wapping street.
Crown Court, Wapping Street, at 30, about 1/8 of a mile below Hermitage bridge on the L. leading to 10, Great Hermitage Street
Crown Court, Wentworth Street, Whitechapel, the first on the L. west from George yard, entering at 89, Whitechapel High Street
Crown Court, Seething Lane, at 21, the first on the L. about five doors from 55 Great Tower street.
Crown Court, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, is about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Westminster bridge, towards Blackfriars, and near f of a mile W. from Cupers bridge, it leads towards Nobles Iron foundry.
Crown Court, Horselydown Lane, Southwark, at 26, the second on the R. from Broad Street leading into Boss alley.
Crown Court, Bankside, about 1/3 of a mile from Blackfriars bridge, towards London bridge, on the bank of the Thames, being the second E. from Mosss alley.
Crown Court, Glean Alley, St Olaves, the second on the R. from 218 Tooley Street
Crown Court, Garlick Hill, two doors on the L. from 191, Upper Thames St towards Bow lane.
Crown Court, Foster Lane, Cheapside, at 19, nearly op. Maiden lane and Goldsmiths hall.
Crown Court, High Street, Borough, at 269, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from London bridge, leading to the Borough market.
Crown Court {or Alley), Crown Street, Finsbury, the third on the L, from Finsbury square, towards Sun street and Bishopsgate.
Crown Court (or Alley), Curtain Road, the first on the R. about nine doors N. from Holywell lane, Shoreditch.
Crown and Cushion Court, West Smithfield, at 1, the corner of Cow lane, or the last on the R. in Cow lane from Snow. hill.
Crown Mews, Crown Street, Westminster, on the N. side of it. See Crown Street.
Crown Office, Kings Bench Walk, Temple, at the bottom of Mitre court, from 44 Fleet Street
Crown Office, Cha ncery Lane, the back of 14, the second on the R. from 192 Fleet Street
Crown Office Row, Temple, is on the N. side of the Temple gardens, the last turning on the L. in Temple lane, from 4 Fleet Street by Temple bar.
Crown Place.Crown Court, Temple Bar, the first on the R. from op. 218 in the Strand, near Temple bar.
Crown Row, Mile End Road, is nearly 1 2/3 mile .on the R. east from Aldgate pump, op. the sign of the King Harry, and the Jews hospital.
Crown Row, Walworth, is a part of the L. side of the main street or road, commencing near the Elephant and Castle and extending to Prospect row.
Crown and Sceptre Court, St James's Street, at 36, the third on the L. from 164 Piccadilly.
Crown and Shears Place, Rosemary Lane, the first on the L. from the Minories, leading into Worrys court And to 78 in the Minories.
Crown Street, Westminster. the fourth on the R. about 4 of a mile from Charing cross, towards the abbey, extending from King Street to Duke Street
Crown Street (Upper), the end of the last, next Duke Street and St James's park.
Crown Street, Soho, at 440 Oxford Street by St Giless, extending to Compton St and Moor St Seven Dials, about 1/5 of a mile in length.
Crown Street, Hoxton Square, at the S. W. corner of it, leading into Old street road.
Crown Street, Finsbury Square, at the S. E. corner, it is continued by Sun Street to 119 Bishopsgate without.
Crown and Thistle Court, Swallow Street, at 46, near the middle of the N. side, two doors W. from Beak Street
Crown Wharf, Bankside, is about 1/3 of a mile E. from Blackfriars bridge, a few yards W. from Thames Street
Crown Yard Mews, Swallow Street at 112, near the middle of the W. side, nine doors N. from New Burlington Street
Crown Yard, Kent Street, Borough, at 53, the third on the L. from St Georges church.
Crucifix Lane, Bermondsey Street, at 50, about of a mile on the L. from op. 64 Tooley Street extending to Parish Street and towards Dock head.
Crutched Friars, Mark Lane, at 64, the second On the L. from Fenchurch street, extending to Jewry street, Aldgate.
Cuckolds Court, Maid Lane, Borough, the third on the L. a few yards from Park Street or Clink Street towards Blackfriars bridge, being also the first W. from Wilson Street
Cuckolds Point, Rotherhithe, is about a mile on the L. below the church, and near 2/3 of a mile above Greenland dock.
Cullum Street, Fenchurch Street, at 135, the second on the L. from Gracechurch Street extending to 33 Lime Street
Cumberland Court, Tottenham Street, Tottenham Court Road, at 20, two doors from Norfolk St Middlesex hospital.
Cumberland Court (Great), Blackman Street, Borough, at 52, near Stones end and op. Suffolk Street
Cumberland Court (Little), Blackman Street, at 54, two doors S. from the last
Cumberland Gardens, Vauxhall, at the back of the Royal oak by the turnpike, extending to the Thames.
Cumberland Mews, Edgware Road, is five doors on the R. from Tyburn turnpike, leading into Bryanstone Street
Cumberland Mews, Cumberland Street, Marylebone, the fourth on the L. from 245, the W. end of Oxford Street extending to Adam street.
Cumberland Place, Marylebone, is about twelve doors N. in Great Cumberland Street from 246, W. end of Oxford Street extending from Upper Seymour Street to Upper Berkeley Street
Cumberland Place, New Road, Marylebone, is part of the S. side of it, extending from Salisbury place to Queen Charlottes row, near the Yorkshire Stingo.
Cumberland Place, Kent Road, is part of the E. side, op. East lane, near 1/3 of a mile on the L. below the Bricklayers arms.
Cumberland Row, Kennington Green, at the back of 1, Brooks place, the second on the L. from the White hart, Kennington cross, towards the Horns, Kennington common.
Cumberland Row, Pentonville, is part of the S. side the main street or road, extending from the turnpike, by the Bell, to Battle bridge, the op. side of the road is called Batchelors place.
Cumberland Street (Great), Oxford Street, at 246, the W. end, the first on the L. from Tyburn turnpike, extending to Cumberland place.
Cumberland Street, New Road, Marylebone, the third on the R. from the Yorkshire Stingo, towards Baker street, extending to York street.
Cumberland Street, Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road, at 23, the third on the R. from 64, Tottenham court road, extending to 14 Tottenham Street
Cumberland Street, Curtain Road, the first on the R. about five or six doors from Worship Street, Finsbury, leading into Plough yard, Kings head court, and to 212 Shoreditch.
Cumberland Street, John Street, Christs Church, Surrey, at 67, the first on the L. from Holland, street, Blackfriars bridge, extending to Green walk, op. Hopkinss alms houses.
Cumberland Wharf, Rotherhithe, is about 1/8 of a mile below the church, nearly op. Clarence Street and the second W. from Hanoves stairs.
Cumming Place, Pentonville, is part of the N. side the main street or road, extending from the chapel to Southampton street.
Cumming Street, Pentonville, the sixth on the R. about | of a mile from Islington, extending from the W. side the chapel to Collier Street
Cupers Bridge, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, about 1/3 a mile on the L. from Westminster bridge, and nearly the same distance from Black friars.
Cupers Gardens, Narrow Wall, is opposite Cupers bridge. See the last described.
Cupids Court, Golden Lane, Barbican, is about the middle of the W. side, opposite George yard.
Curlings Dock.Limehouse Hole, is between Limehouse hole and the entrance to the West India docks.
Curriers Hall Court, London Wall, is four doors on the R. from the N. end of Wood Street, Cheapside.
Curriers Row, Blackfriars, the first W. parallel to St Andrews hill, extending from Bristow Street to Irelands yard.
Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane, at 39, about the middle of the E. side, leading into Castle Street and to 12 Holborn.
Curtiss Row, Broadwall, Christs church, is nearly op. Cross Street from Blackfriars road, leading to Neptune place, through the Halfpenny hatch.
Curzon Street, Mayfair, the first on the L. in Clarges St from Piccadilly, extending to South Audley street, Grosvenor square, about 5 of a mile in length.
Cushion Court, Old Broad Street, is at 10, the second on the R. from Threadneedle Street
Custom House, Lower Thames Street, is op. 60, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from London bridge.
Custom House Court, Beer Lane, Lower Thames Street, at 8, the first on the R. from 37 Tower Street or the first on the L. from the Custom house.
Custom House Quay, Lower Thames Street, on the S. side of the Custom house.
Custom House Stairs. See the last
Custos Brevium Office, Elm Court, Temple, at 4, three doors on the L. from Middle Temple lane
Cutlers Hall, Cloak Lane, at 5, the first on the L. from Dowgate hill.
Cutlers Street, Houndsditch, at 114. about the middle of the N. side, leading into Harrow alley (Rag fair) and Petticoat lane.