London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

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

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

Dacres Alms Houses, Westminster. See Emanuels Hospital.
Dacre Street, New Tothill Streer, Westminster, at 25, about the middle of the W. side, leading into Great Chapel Street
Daffeys Rents, Glean Alley, St Olaves, Borough, is the continuation of Glean alley, from Browns buildings, entering by 218, Tooley Street
Dagger Court, Fore Street, Cripplegate, at 1 10, nearly op. the N. termination of Wood Street from 122 Cheapside.
Daggets Court, Moorfields, at the N. E. corner, between Long alley and Broad street buildings.
Dalby Terrace, City Road, forms part of the S.W. side of it, about of 1/8 a mile on the R. from Islington.
Dangle Lane, Poplar High Street or Road, is nearly op. North Street about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from the Commercial road, it leads towards the West India docks.
Danish Church, Wellcose Square, the building which occupies the centre of the square.
Darby Street, Rosemary Lane, at 38, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from the Minories or Tower hill.
Darkhouse Lane, Lower Thames Street, at 16, being that number of houses on the R. from London bridge, on the W, side of Billingsgate market.
Dark Entry, Lower East Sraithfield, at 59, facing Butcher row, leading to Sun yard and 27 Nightingale lane.
Darling Place, Mile End Corner, Dog Row, Bethnal Green, the second on the L. in Dog row, and about seventeen doors from Mile end turnpike.
Dartmouth Row, Dartmouth Street, Westminster, at 36, the first on the R. from Tothill Street extending to 22 Princes Street near Great George Street and St James's park.
Dartmouth Street, Westminster, the first on the L. in Queen Street from 25 Princes street, extending to Tothill street, or the first on the R. in Tothill Street from the abbey.
Darts Alley, Whitechapel, at 47, the fourth on the L. about twenty five doors W. from the church..
David Street, York Place, Baker Street, Marylebone, the first on the L. about six doors from the New road, or the 6th on the R. from Portman square, it leads into East Street
Daviess Buildings, Penny Fields, Poplar, is a few houses N. from the High street or road, near the Commercial road.
Davies Court, Chequer Square, Chequer Alley, Bunhill Row, St Lukes, at the N. W. corner, a few doors on the R. from 99 Bunhill row.
Davies Mews, Davies Street, Berkeley Square, at 53, the second on the L. from 292 Oxford Street
Davies Street, Berkeley Square, at the N. W. corner, extending to 292 Oxford Street about 1/2 a mile from Tyburn turnpike, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 64, it is about 1/3 of a mile in length.
Daviss Wharf, Horselydown, is nearly op. Potters fields by Still stairs, about J a mile below London bridge.
Daws Court, Gunpowder Alley, Shoe Lane, is about seven doors on the L. in it from 95 Shoe lane.
Day Newspaper Office, Pickett Street, Strand, at 5, about eleven doors on the R. from Temple bar, towards St Clements church.
Deacon Court, Quaker Street, Spitalfields. the second on the L. from 29 Wheeler street, leading into Woods yard, and Phoenix Street
Deadmans Place, Park Street, Borough, the second on the L. from the Borough market, leading to Barclay and Perkins brewery.
Deals Court, Flower and Dean Street, Spitalfields, the first on the L. about six doors from 200 Brick lane, near Whitechapel church.
Deans Buildings Commercial Road, Limehouse, is about 1/2 of a mile on the L. below the church, the corner of Poplar High Street
Deans Buildings, Locks Fields, Walworth, the first on the L. in Flint street from Apollo buildings, East lane.
Deans Court, New Round Court, Strand, the first on the R. in it, a few yards from 447 Strand.
Deans Court or Yard, Hatfield Street, St Lukes, the first on the R. about sixteen doors from 25 Goswell street towards Cherry tree alley and Golden lane.
Deans Court, St Martins le Grand, at 50, the third on the R. from 66 Newgate Street leading to George Street and 28 Foster lane.
Deans Court, Old Bailey, at 43, about the middle of the W. side, two doors N. from Fleet lane.
Deans Court, St Pauls Church Yard, at 5, S. side, being the first on the R. from Ludgate street, leading to 26 Great Carter lane.
Deans Court, Kingsland Road, the seventh on the L. about 1/8 of a mile from Shoreditch church, six or seven doors S. from opposite Union street.
Deans Mews, Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, at 22, the 4th on the R. from 193 Shoreditch, or ten or twelve doors on the L. from the Curtain road in the opposite direction.
Deans Place, Westminster Bridge Road, forms part of the S. side, on the R. from the Asylum towards the Obelisk, nearly op. Tower Street
Deans Row, Walworth High Street or Road, forms part of the W, side of it, extending from Amelia street to Manor row, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from the Elephant and Castle.
Dean Street, Westminster, the first on the L. west from the abbey, extending from Tothill Street to Great Smith Street
Dean Street, Soho, is about 1/4 of a mile in length, and situate on the W. side Soho Square, extending from King street to 400 Oxford Street in which it is the second on the L. from St Giles, the numbers begin and end here, viz. 1 and 77.
Dean Street (Little), Soho, at 44, in the last, four doors N. from Compton street, leading into Milk alley and Wardour Street
Dean Street, South Audley Street, Grosvenor Square, is opposite 9, extending from Hill Street, Berkeley square to Park lane, facing Stanhope gate.
Dean Street, Fetter Lane, at 43, about the middle of the E. side, extending to New Street
Dean Street, High Holborn, at 92, about 5/8 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market, it leads into Leigh Street and Red lion square.
Dean Street, Finsbury Square, at the S. E. corner, extending to Wilson Street op. Crown Street
Dean Street, Pleasant Row, Mile End New Town, the fourth on the R. about 1/5 of a mile from 62 Brick lane, Spitalfields, along Pelham Street it extends to Church Street
Dean Street, Upper East Smithfield, at 95, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. east from Tower hill, leading into Butcher row.
Dean Street, Shadwell, is the first S. parallel to the High street from numbers 88 to 115, extending from Broad bridge to Bell wharf, Cock hill.
Dean Street, Tooley Street, Borough, at 200, about 1/7 of a mile on the R. from London bridge, leading to Broad way and St Thomass street.
Deans Yard, Westminster, at the S. W. corner of the, abbey, or the last on the R. in College Street from 18 Abingdon street, leading to Tothill street.
Deans Yard (Little), is that part of the last mentioned which communicates with College Street
Deans Yard, Dean Street, South Audley Street, is seven doors on the L. in it, from op. 9 South Audley Street towards Park lane.
Deans Yard, New Bond Street, at 130, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from 307 Oxford Street eight doors S. from Grosvenor Street
Dears Place, Sommers Town, the continuation of Brill row, extending from Hamden Street to the fields towards Camden town.
Deatons Buildings, Whites Ground, Bermondsey, is two doors on the L. from Crucifix lane.
Debtors Charity School, Newington Road, Surrey, the third house on the R. from the Kings bench towards the Elephant and Castle.
Delahay Street , C reat Gcerge Street, Westminster, at 31, the first on the R. from King Street towards the Park, extending to Duke Street
Delap Court, Broadway, Westminster, is two doors E. from Queen Square near the W. end of Tothill Street
Denham Court, Drury Lane, the first on the L. about six or seven doors from the New Church in the Strand.
Denmark Court, Strand, at 382, or the last on the L. in Burleigh street from the W. end of Exeter Change.
Denmark Court, Denmark Street, St Giles, is behind 27, three doors on the R. from High Street, leading into Crown street.
Denmark Court, Golden Lane, Cripplegate, the first on the L. about three doors from Barbican.
Denmark Street, St Giless, the first on the R. from Oxford street, towards Holborn, it extends from the W. side the church, to Crown street, Soho.
Denmark Street (Little), St Giles, the first on the L. in Denmark street from High Street leading by the W. side of the church to Lloyds court and Stracey Street
Denmark Street, Ratcliffe Highway, at 153, extending to 46 New road or Back lane, being the first W. parallel to Cannon Street
Dennis Court, Marigold Court, Strand, the first on the L. in it, from 370, in the Strand, W. side of Exeter change.
Dennis or Dennets Court, King Street, Borough. See Tennis Court.
Dennis Row, Willsted Street, Sommers Town, the first on the L. from the New road to Marylebone towards Chapel. path.
Dentons Buildings, Chapel Path, Sommers Town, is op. 22, between Brill row and Middlesex street.
Denzell Street, Stanhope Street, Drury Lane, at 48, and is the continuation of White horse yard from 110 Drury lane, leading to 9 Vere street.
Deptford Lower Road, Rotherhithe, commences at Paradise row, near Rotherhithe church, and leads by China hall to Deptford.
Derby Court, Piccadilly, at 208, near St James's church, leading to 34 Jermyn Street
Derby Street, Curzon Street, Mayfair, at 22, three doors E. from South Audley Street leading into Pitts head mews and Park lane.
Derby Street, Parliament Street, Westminster, at 46, the second on the L. from the Horse guards towards Westminster bridge, it leads into Cannon row.
Derby Street, Rosemary Lane. See Darby.
Dermers Passage, Fetter Lane. See Bartlets Passage.
Devereux Court, Strand, at 218, the third on the L. about sixteen doors from Temple bar, leading into Essex Street
Devonshire Buildings, Worship Street, Finsbury, the fourth on the L. from 249 Shoreditch, and is nearly facing the Curtain road, it leads into Long alley.
Devonshire Court, Sutton Street, Maze, Borough, the first on the L. from New Street at the back of Guys hospital.
Devonshire Court, Houndsditch. See Cavendish Court.
Devonshire House, Piccadilly, is near the middle of the N. side, between Stretton Street and Berkeley Street about1/2 a mile on the R. from the Haymarket.
Devon hire Mews, Devonshire Street, Marylebone, at 5, four doors on the R. west from Charlotte Street
Devonshire Mews North, Devonshire Street, Marylebone, at 19, behind 13 Upper Wimpole street.
Devonshire Mews South, is parallel to and between Upper Wimpole Street and Upper Harley Street extending to Weymouth Street
Devonshire Mews East, at 39 and 44 Devonshire Street between Portland place and Upper Harley Street
Devonshire Mews West, Devonshire Street, is situate between Devonshire place and Upper Harley street.
Devonshire Mews, Devonshire Square, Bishop gate, at the S. E. corner of it, entering by 18 Bishopsgate within.
Devonshire Place, Devonshire Street, Marylebone, the second on the L. from 40 High Street or the continuation of Upper Wimpole Street to the New road.
Devonshire Place, Old Nicol Street, Bethnal Green, is a few yards on the R. from Cock lane, Shoreditch.
Devonshire Place, Cow Lane, Stepney, is about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Stepney Old square, and near the same distance from the church, by the Worlds end public house.
Devonshire Place, Upper Kennington Lane, the first on the L. from the house called the Windmill towards Vauxhall.
Devonshire Place Mews, Devonshire Street, Marylebone, the first W. parallel to Devonshire place, extending to High Street or the first on the L. in High Street from the New road.
Devonshire Square, Bishopsgate, at the E. end of Devonshire street, leading to Aggats passage, Cutler Street and 114 Houndsditch.
Devonshire Street, Bishopsgate, at 18, the first on the R. north from the church, extending to Devonshire square.
Devonshire Street, Marylebone, the last on the L. in Portland road, entering by John Street, 101 Oxford Street continuing N. about a mile, it extends to 40 High Street about 1/2 of a mile in length.
Devon. hire Street, Queen Square, at the S. E. corner, extending to 59 Theobalds road ; it is also the continuation of Drake Street from the N. W. corner of Red lion square.
Devonshire Street, Upper Kennington Lane, the first on the R. two or three doors from Kennington cross towards Vauxhall, it extends from South place towards Elizabeth place.
Diamond Buildings, White Hart Row, Kennington, the first on the R. in it, from Clayton place towards Kennington lane.
Diamond Court, Hosier Lane, West Smithfield, the first on the L. about sixteen doors from 24, West Smithfield, or about six doors on the R. from Cow lane, Snow hill.
Diamond Court, Great Pearl Street, Spitalfields, at 21 , the second on the L. from 20, Wheeler street, three doors from Grey eagle Street
Diana Place, Quickset Row, New Road, Marylebone, is on the E. side the turnpike, op. Conway Street, Fitzroy square, about 1/7 of a mile on the R. from Tottenham court road.
Dibbles Buildings, Upper East Smithfield. See Sun Court.
Dice Quay, Lower Thames Street, at 23, on the E. side, of Billingsgate, op. St Dunstans hill.
Digby Row, Bethnrd Green, is the E. continuation of Digby Street
Digby Street, Globe Street, Bethnal Green, the first on the L. about thirteen doors from Green street, towards Mile end, it leads to Digby row.
St Dionis Back Church, Little Street, is behind 160 Fenchurch street, a few doors on the L. from Gracechurch Street
Diot or Dyot Street, Broad Street, St Giles, at 25, the fourth on the R. from the W. end of Holborn, or the first on the L, from the church, it extends to 29 Great Russell Street
Dirty Lane, Strand, at 88, Op. Southampton Street about y of a mile on the R. from Charing Cross.
Dirty Lane, Shoreditch, at 73, by the turnpike, leading to Cock lane and Old Nicol street.
Dirty Lane, Blackman Street, Borough. See Great Suffolk Street.
Dispatch Newspaper Office* is behind 15 Fleet Street fifteen doors on the R. from Temple bar.
Dispensary for Relieving the Sick Poor at their own Habitations, at 29 Aldermanbury, about twelve doors on the R. from London wall.
Dissenters Library, Red Cross Street, Cripplegate, at 49, about the middle of the side.
Distaff Lane (Great), Friday Street, at 31 , the second on the R. from 36 Cheapside, extends to 32 Old Change, near the S. E. corner of St Pauls church yard.
Distaff Lane (Little), at 6, about the middle of the S. side of the last, extending to 11 Old Fish street.
Ditchmans Gardens, Old Street Road, the second on the L. from Shoreditch church, or a few yards E. on the R. front the Curtain road.
Dobney Place, Penton Street, Pentonville, six doors on the R. behind 1 Winchester place, it leads to Penton grove and 36 White lion street.
Doby court, Monkwell Street, Falcon Square, four doors o the L. north from Barbers hall, and about the same distance from Hart street, Wood street.
Doby Court, Maiden Lane, Upper Thames Street, the first on the R. a few yards from 37 Queen street, Cheapside, op. the church.
Doctors Commons, is situate on the S. side St Pauls church yard, entrance op. 14 Great Knightrider street, and at 1 Bennetts hill.
Dock Head, Horselydown, extends from the E. end of New Street and Russell Street, Bermondsey, to Mill Street and Hickmans Folly.
Dock Side, Hermitage Dock, Wapping, is On the W. side of it, at the back of Goodwyn and Skinners brewery, extending from Hermitage bridge towards Nightingale lane.
Dock Street, Upper East Smithfield, at 87, extending to 68 Rosemary larne, being the second W. from Wellclose square. Late Saltpetre Bank.
Dock Street, Commercial Road, St Georges in the East, the fourth on the R. about 1/6 of a mile from Cannon street road towards Limehouse, it is continued by Duke street and Union Street to Blue gate fields Back Lane.
Dock Yard, Hermitage Dock, Wapping, h on the E. side of it, extending from the bridge towards Charlotte street and Nightingale lane.
Dods Place, Hanover Street, Rotherhithe, the last on the R. from Hanover stairs and Rotherhithe St about of a mile below the church.
Dog and Bear Inn, High Street, Borough, at 196. See the next article.
Dog and Pear Yard, High Street, Borough, at 196, about sixteen doors on the R, south from Union street, and near 1/3 of a mile from London bridge, it leads to 55, Red cross Street
Dog and Bear Yard, Tooley Street, at 127, about |of a mile on the R. from London bridge, extending to Crucifix lane.
Dog and Duck Stairs, Greenland Dock, the first below the dock, between it and Matthews dock.
Dog Row, Bethnal Green, the S. continuation of the W. side of the green, extending to Mile end turnpike, about 1/2 a mile in length.
Dolleys Court, Ropemakers Street, Moorfields, the fourth on the L. from the N.W. corner of Moorfields, nearly op. Type Street
Dolphin Court, High Holborn, at 289, between Chancery lane and Great Turnstile, two doors from Fenwick court.
Dolphin Court, Ludgate Hill, at 12, the second on the R. from Fleet market, leading to Little Bridge Street, Blackfriars.
Dolphin Court, Noble Street, Foster Lane, Cheapside, at 40, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from 148, Cheapside, and five doors from St Anns lane.
Dolphin Court, Old Street, St Lukes, at 135, the first on the L. about fourteen doors from Goswell Street
Dolphin Court, Rose and Crown Court, Moorfields, the second on the L. from the N. E. corner. of Moorfields.
Dolphin Court, Raven Row, Artillery Place, Spitalfields, is situate between the S. end of Gun Street and Crispin Street three or four doors W. from the latter.
Dolphin Lane, Poplar High Street or Road, the second lane on the R. from the Commercial road.
Domingo Street, Old Street, St Lukes, at 14, the second on the R. fourteen doors from Goswell Street it leads into Baltic St and Golden lane.
Donaldsons Buildings, Tottenham Court Road, at 3, about eight doors on the L. from Oxford street.
Dorans Row, Commercial Road, is part of the N. side, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Cannon street road towards Limehouse, by the 1 1/2 mile stone from the Royal Exchange.
Dorrington Street, Leather lane, Holborn, at 87, the third on the L. from 129 Holborn, extending to Brook St and market.
Dorrington StrceT,Coldbath Fields, the S. W. continuation of Baynes row by the House of Correction, extending towards Laystall street, Leather lane.
Dorset Court, Dorset Street, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, is op. 51 Dorset Street about six doors on the L. from the square.
Dorset Mews West, Dorset Street, Portman Square, is parallel to and between part of Baker Street, and Spring street, extending to Durweston street.
Dorset Mews East, Dorset Street, Portman Square, near the E. end, parallel to and between part of Baker St and East Street extending to Paddington Street
Dorset Place, St Pancras, leads from Church row, near the church, to Back lane and Vernons buildings.
Dorset Square (or Court), Cannon Row, Westminster, the first on the L. under the arch, three doors from Derby Street entering from 46 Parliament Street in which is the Transport office.
Dorset Street, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, is the continuation of the E. side of it, entering at 82 Fleet Street it extends from Bells buildings to the New river office.
Dorset Street, Manchester Street, Manchester Square, at 28, the last on the L. from the square, extending across Baker street and Gloucester place towards the Edgware road.
Dorset Street, Spitalfields, the first S. parallel to Paternoster row, on the W. side the church, and the first N. parallel to Whites row, extending from Crispin Street to Red lion Street
Dorset Wharf, Whitefriars, is on the E. side of Whitefriars dock and on the W. side the New river office, at the bottom of Dorset Street, Salisbury square, from 82 Fleet street.
Doublets Wharf, Upper Thames Street, on the W. side of Coleharbour stairs, about 1/6 of a mile above London bridge, entrance by 89 Thames Street
Doughty Street, Great Guilford Street, Foundling Hospital, intersects it at about eight or ten doors distance from Grays inn lane, and is continued by jchn Street to the Kings road.
Doughty Mews, Doughty Street, the first W. parallel to it, extending from 12 Guilford Street to Henry Street and Robert Street
Dove Court, Leather Lane, Holborn, at 34, op. Cross Street about 1/5 of a mile oh the L. from 129 Holborn.
Dove Court, Gunpowder Alley, Shoe Lane, the second on the L. from 95 Shoe lane towards Gough square
Dove Court, St Martins le Grand, at 20, the third on the L. about fourteen doors from 66 Newgate street.
Dove Court, Old Jewry at 1, three doors on the R. from 12 Poultry, leading into Grocer hall court.
Dove Court, Old Fish Street Hill, the first on the R. five doors from 204 Upper Thames Street leading into Five foot lane.
Dove Court, St Swithins Lane, the first on the R. from 10, Lombard Street or by a narrow passage from 6 Lombard Street leading to Bearbinder lane.
Dove Court, Pavement, Moorfields, at 5, four doors S. from Ropemakers Street the N. W. corner of Moorfields.
Dove Court, Dog Row, Bethnal Green, the first on the R a few doors from Mile end turnpike towards Bethnal green.
Dove Street, Poplar High Street or Road, is about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from the Commercial road, op. the Black horse, on the W. side of Paradise Street and Noble Street
Dover Place, Kent Road, part of the S. side, about 1/3 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle, it is the continuation of Rodneys buildings towards the Paragon.
Dover Street, Piccadilly, at 68, op. Arlington Street, St James's, about 3/8 ot a mile on the R. from the Haymarket, leading to Grafton street and 156 New Bond Street
Dover Street, Blackfriars Rnad, St Georges Field , is about 1/2 a mile on the L. from the bridge, nearly op. the Magdalen hospital, and leads to Jamaica row and York place, Borough road.
Dover Yard, Dover Street, Piccadilly, at 41, six doors on the L. from Piccadilly, leading to 7 Berkeley Street
Dowgate Hill, Upper Thames Street, at 168, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from London bridge, extending to Cannon street and Budge row, it is op. Walbrook from the Mansion house.
Dowgate Wharf, Dock, and Stairs, Upper Thames Street, op. Dowgate Hill. See the last described.
Down Street, Piccadilly, is near 1/4 of a mile on the R. from the Haymarket, the first E. from Park lane, it leads to Carrington place and Hertford Street, May fair.
Downds Yard, Rupert Street, Haymarket, at 36, the first on the L. in Rupert Street from 7, Coventry Street nearly op. Edmonds court.
Downing Street, Westminster, on the S. side of the treasury, by the N. end of King Street or the second on the R. about 1/4 of a mile from Charing cross towards Westminster abbey.
Downing and Mills Wharf, Horselydown, is nearly op. Thomas Street the first E. from George stairs, about 2/3 of a mile from London bridge.
Drake Street, Red Lion Square, Holborn, at the N. W. corner of it, leading to Theobalds road, Devonshire Street and Queen square.
Drapers Alms Houses, Kingsland Road, is about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church, nearly op. Huntingdon Street
Drapers Alms Houses, Coopers Row, Tower Hill, is about four doors on the R. in it, from Crutched friars.
Drapers Alms. Houses, Cross Street, Newington,. by number 1, Cross St nearly op. Newington church.
Drapers Aims Houses, Beech Lane, Barbican, situate on the N. side, occupying nearly the whole of it.
Drapers Alms Houses, Whitechapel Road, at 160, forming part of the N. side, about eight or nine doors W. from the turnpike.
Drapers Buildings, Old Street, is on the S. side, nearly op. the church, four or five doors E. from Whitecross Street, late Well and Bucket court.
Drapers Buildings, London Wall, at 62, op. Bethlem hospital, the second on the L. and about ten or twelve doors from Winchester Street towards Cripplegate.
Drapers Gardens, London Wall, is situate between Drapers buildings and Drapers ball, Throgmorton Street
Drapers Hall, Throgmorton Street, at 27, about three doors on the. R. west from Broad Street
Drapers Place, Old Street, St Lukes, is op. 90, near the middle of the S. side, about eight doors E. from White cross Street
Drill Place, Commercial road, Limehouse, is a few houses on the E. side the road, by the turnpike at the commencement of Poplar.
Drum Court, Whitechapel High Street, at 50, the third on the L, about twenty two doors from the church towards Aldgate.
Drury Lane, Strand, at 326, by the New Church, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 119, it extends to Broad Street, St Giless, and the W. end of Holborn, about 2/5 of a mile in length.
Duchess Street. See Dutchess Street
Duck Lane, Great Peter Street, Westminster, is about five doors on the L. east from Strutton ground, and parallel to it, extending from Great Peter street, to Orchard Street
Duck Lane, Edward Street, Wardour Street, Soho, at 10, about four doors on the L.. from 95 Wardour Street
Duck Yard, Duck Lane, Westminster , at 44, the first on the R. in it, from Great Peter Street
Ducksfoot Lane, Upper Thames Street. at 145, the fourth on the R. about 1/8 of a mile from London bridge.
Ducking Pond Mews, Shepperds Market, Mayfair, on the S. side of the market.
Ducking Pond Row, WTiitechapel Road, the first N. parallel to part of it, viz. from 94 to 154, op. the London hospital, extending from Bakers row to North row.
Dudley Court, High Street, St Giles, at 22, near the church, leading into Denmark court and Crown Street, Soho.
Dudley Grove, Paddington, is a short distance beyond the Green, on the Harrow road.
Dudmans Court, Hunts Row, Deptford, near Dudmans yard, between Grove Street and the Plough.
Dudmans Ship Yard, Deptford, on the S. side of George stairs, about 1/5 of a mile below Greenland dock.
Duffs Court, Queen Street, Borough, at 99, the second on the L. from Union Street towards Blackfriars road.
Dufours Place, Broad Street, Carnaby market or Golden Square, at 21, about eight doors W. from Poland Street, Oxford Street
Dukes Court (Little), Almonry, Westminster, is the first on the L. about four or five doors from Dean Street
Dukes Court, James Street, Westminster, at the E. end of it, a few yards on the R. from Castle lane facing York Street
Dukes Court, St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, at 134, op. the church, the first on the L. from 487, in the Strand, leading into Castle Street and the Kings mews.
Dukes Court, Duke Street, St James's, is about seven doors on the R. in it from 86 Jermyn Street towards Pall mall.
Dukes Court, Drury Lane, at 50, about nine doors S. from Long acre and about of a mile from the New Church, Strand, in the op. direction, it extends to 27 Bow street.
Dukes Court, Great Earl Street, Seven Dials, the first on the R. about seven doors from the Seven dials towards Castle street, Long acre.
Dukes Court, Chick Lane, West Street, West Smithfield, is the second on the L. about twelve doors from Field lane, Holborn hill, it leads to Sharps alley and Cow cross.
Dukes Court, Kingsland Road, four doors on the R. north from Union Street about 1/5 of a mile from Shoreditch church.
Dukes Court, Crown Street, Finsbury, the first on the R. from Finsbury square towards Sun street and Bishopsgate.
Dukes Court, Fore Street, Limehouse, the first on the L. a few doors from the E. end of Narrow Street op. Dukes shore, leading into Ropemakers fields.
Dukes Court, Totterburn Alley, Duke Street, Borough. the first on the R. in it from Duke street, leading into Princes rents and Lomans pond.
Dukes Head Passage, Ivy Lane, Newgate Street, the second on the R. seven or eight doors from 30 Newgate Street leading into Newgate market.
Dukes Head Court, White Cross Street, Cripplegate, at 42, the third on the R. about fifteen or sixteen doors from 115 Fore Street
Dukes Head Court, Maze Pond, Borough, at 6, the first on the L. six doors from the corner of Guys hospital, St Thomas's street, leading into Steels yard.
Dukes Place, Aldgate, the termination of Duke Street from 28 Houndsditch, or of King Street and Creechurch lane, from 87 Leadenhall street.
Dukes Place (Little), the termination of Mitre court from 29 Aldgate by the pump, leading into the last described,
Dukes Place, Dukes Row, Pimlico, is a few doors from Queens row, about ~ of a mile on the L. from Buckingham gate towards Chelsea.
Dukes Row, Pimlico High Street or Road, is a part of the E. side of it, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from Buckingham gate towards Chelsea, extending from Princes street (opposite Arabella row) to Brewer Street
Dukes Row, New Road, Sommers Town, is about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from the Turnpike, Battle bridge, towards Mary bone, leading from op. Sommers place West to the N. E. corner of Tavistock square.
Dukes Shore, Fore Street, Limehouse, the first on the R. about five doors from the E. end of Narrow Street
Duke Street, Manchester Square, about the middle of the S. side of it, extending to 171 Oxford Street about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from Tyburn turnpike.
Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, at the N. E. corner of it, extending to 277 Oxford street, opposite the last
Duke Street, Portland Chapel, is on the W. side of it, and forms the first W. parallel to part of Great Portland Street extending from 33 Queen Ann street East to New Cavendish Street
Duke Street, Westminster. the first W. parallel to part of King Street extending from Crown Street to De lahay street and Great George street, three doors from St James's park.
Duke Street, King Street, St James's, the first on the R. five doors from the W. side of St James square, extending to 182 Piccadilly, opposite Burlington house.
Duke Street, Adelphi, the first S. parallel to part of the Strand, say from 32 to 50, or the second on the L. in Villiers Street seven or eight doors from 32, in the Strand, it leads into John Street
Duke Strtet, Lincolns Inn Fields, at 52, on the W. side under the arch, extending to Great Wild Street and leading by Princes Street to 123, Drury lane.
Duke Street, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, at 42, about the middle of the S. side, extending to Brewer Street and leading to Bow street, and Broad Street, St Giles.
Duke Street, West Smithfield, at 52, the S. E. corner, leading into Little Britain and to 175 Aldersgate Street,
Duke Street, Worship Street, Finsbury, the first on the R. from Paul Street towards the Curtain Road.
Duke Street, Long Alley, Moorfields, the third on the R. in it from Worship St and nearly op. Primrose Street from 110, Bishopsgate without.
Duke Street, Houndsditch, at 27, the first on the L. from Aldgate, extending to Dukes place,
Duke Street, Aldgate High Street, at 19, four doors W. from Houndsditch, extending to the last described, and is continued by Bevis marks and Cammomile Street to Bishopsgate Street
Duke Street, Old Artillery Ground, intersecls Union Street, nine doors from 69 Bishopsgate without, extending from Artillery lane to Fort Street
Duke Street, Turk Street, Bethnal Green, is about the middle of the E. side, forming the first S. parallel to King Street and extending to Gibraltar row.
Duke Street, St Georges in the East, the fifth E. parallel to part of Cannon Street New road, extending from Upper Chapman street to Lower Ditto, or the N. continuation of  Union Street from op. Blue gate fields, Back lane, leading to Dock Street and the Commercial road.
Duke Street, Westminster Bridge Road, St Georges Fields, the first on the R. from the Obelisk towards the Asylum, leading to the middle of Tower street.
Duke Street, Borough, the continuation of Charlotte street, Blackfriars road, extending from Gravel lane, to Pepper St and is continued by Queen street and Union street, to 219 High street, Borough.
Duke Street, Mint Street, Borongh, the third on the R. from 156 High Street op. St Georges church, leading into Peter Street, three doors W. of Red cross Street
Duke of Yorks Passage, Royal Hospital row, Chelsea, the first on the R. in it from Little Sloane Street towards the Hospital, leading to Turks row.
Dulwich Alms Houses, Pesthouse Row, St Lukes, by the N. W. corner of St Lukes hospital.
Dulwich Alms Houses, Lamb Alley, Bishopsgate Street. See Allens.
Duncan Place, Leicester Place, Leicester Square, .at 14, two doors from the N. E. corner of the square.
Duncan Place, City Road, is part of the N. side of it, extending from the New river towards High Street Islington, about l of a mile from Finsbury square.
Duncan Street, Red Lion Street, Goodmans Fields, at 6, the second on the R. about twelve doors from 30, Whitechapel High street, it leads to Half moon alley.
Duncan Terrace, City Road, extends from Duncan place on the N. W. bank of the New river towards Islington.
Duncomb Court, Cock Lane, Shoreditch, the fourth on the L. from Church Street or the first on the R. from Austin Street, behind Shoreditch church, nearly facing Castle street.
Dundee Arms Wharf, Wapping, is about 1/8 of a mile below Wapping church, and nearly op. 130 Wapping street.
Dundee Wharf, Wapping, a few doors on the R. below Hermitage bridge, between Smiths ways and Briants wharf, near a mile E. from London bridge.
Dunk Street, Chapel Street, Mile End, New Town, the first on the L. three or four doors from Great Garden street, Whitechapel road, it extends to 86 Church Street being the first E. parallel to High Street
Dunnings Alley, BLhopsgate Without, at 151 , the first S. parallel to part of Sun Street extending to Peter Street
St Dunstans Alley, St Dunstans Hill, on the N. side the church, three doors on the R. from 10 Great Tower Street leading to 10 Idol lane.
St Dunstans Church, St Dunstans Hill, Tower Street, on the S. side the last described.
St Dunstans Church, Fleet Street, at 185, about seventeen doors E. from Temple bar.
St Dunstans Church, Stepney, is about 1/4 of a mile N. from the Commercial road by White horse street, Ratcliffe, and near 1/2 a ditto from Mile end, by Stepney green.
St Dunstans Court, Fleet Street, at 160, about the middle of the N. side, it leads to the Hole in the Wall public house.
St Dunstans Hill, Great Tower Street, at 10, op. Mincing lane, extending to 84, Lower Thames street, being the first E. from Billingsgate.
St Dunstans Place, Stepney, is facing the W. side the Church yard, by the Ship public house.
St Dunstans Place, Brook Street, Ratcliffe, is op. 43. near Stepney causeway, it leads into School house lane.
Dunsters Court. Old Bailey, the third on the R. from Snow hill towards Ludgate hill.
Dunster Court, Mincing Lane, two doors on the L. from 42 Fenchurch Street
Durands Wharf, Rotherhithe, is about 1/4 of a mile below Cuckolds Point and near of a mile above Greenland deck.
Durham House, Chelsea. the last house in Durham place, from Great Smith Street towards Paradise row.
Durham House, Hackney Road. See Durham Place, Ditto.
Durham Place, Chelsea, situate on the W. side the hospital, extending from Ormond row, Paradise row, towards Smith Street and the Kings road.
Durham Place Mews, Chelsea, situate between Durham place and Ormond row, and is the N. W. parallel to Paradise row.
Durham Place East, Hackney Road, part of the S. side, about 3/4 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church, the continuation of Durham place West
Durham Place West, Hackney Road, part of the S. side, extending from James place to Durham place East
Durham Place, Wolsingham Place, Lambeth, extends from the house called the Three Stags to Wallers place, leading towards the Obelisk.
Durham Row, Church Row, Stepney, is a part of it which adjoins the N. E. corner of the church yard.
Durham Street, Strand, at 64, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Charing cross, extending to William St and leads by a dark passage to the Adeiphi wharfs.
Durham Yard, West Street, West Smithfield, the first on the R. about four doors from 86, the N. W. corner of Smithfield.
Durweston Street, Baker Street, Marylebone, the fourth on the L. about 1/4 of a mile from the N. E. corner of Portman square, leading to Upper Durweston Street
Durweston street (Little), Marylebone, at 19, in the last described, opposite Montague Mews North, about six doors on the R. from Gloucester place, it leads to York Street
Durweston Street (Upper), the E. continuation of John st from the Edgware road, extending (at present) from Homer row to Homer Street
Dutchess Mews, Dutchess Street, Marylebone, near the W. end of it, extending to New Cavendish St is behind part of the W. side of Portland place from 62 to 66.
Dutchess Street, Marylebone, intersects Portland place at 2, and extends from 17, Duke Street by Portland chapel, to 2, Mansfield Street
Dutch Church, Austin Friars, is op. 23, about 4 or 5 doors on the R. from 67, Old Broad Street under the archway.
Dutch Prize Office, Old Broad Street at 55, about fifteen doors on the L. from Throgmorton Street, nearly op. the Excise office.
Dutsoms Ways, Wapping, between King Edwards stairs and New Crane, about 1 1/2 mile below London bridge.
Dybals Buildings, Pear Tree Street, Lambeth Lower Marsh, is behind Pear tree row about the middle of the N. side of the Marsh.
Dyers Aims Houses, City Road, is by the Turnpike, near 1 mile on the L, from Finsbury square, op. Andersons buildings.
Dyers Buildings, Holborn Hill, at 18, about eleven doors W. from Fetter lane, it leads to Dyers buildings passage and 40 Castle Street
Dyers Buildings Passage, leads from Dyers buildings to 40 Castle street.
Dyers Court, Noble Street, Forster Lane, Cheapside, at 34, about nine doors on the L. from St Anns Lane.
Dyers Court, Aldermanbury, at 10, the second on the R. ten doors from Lad lane.
Dyers Court, James Street, St Lukes, the first on the R. four or five doors from 37 Featherstone street, City road.
Dyers Court, Whitechapel High Street, at 62, the second on the L. about twenty doors from Whitechapel church towards Aldgate.
Dyers Hall, Elbow Lane, Upper Thames Street, is two doors on the R. from 14 Dowgate hill.
Dyers Hall Wharf, Upper Thames Street, at 95, about of a mile on the L. from London bridge, called also the Steel yard.
Dyers Place, Sommers Town, is part of the N. side the New road to Marylebone, and is a few doors on the R. in it, from the Turnpike, Battle bridge.
Dyer Street, William Street, Blackfriars Road, at 18, extending to Gravel lane, or the first S. parallel to part of George street, say from numbers 16 to 30.
Dyers Wharf, Stangate, Lambeth, the third wharf above Westminster bridge, by Searlss, the boat builder.
Dyot Street, Broad Street, St Giles's. See Diot.


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