London history over 2000 years

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

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

TAKEN FROM ACTUAL SURVEY BY JOHN LOCKIE, 1810.

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Eagle court, St Johns Lane, Clerkenwell, at 5, the first on the L. and five doors from St John Street West Smithfield, leading into Red lion Street
Eagle Court, Eagle Street, Red Lion Square, at 7 Dean Street  about six doors on the R. from 92 High Holborn, leading into Eagle Street
Eagle Court, White Hart Yard, Drury Lane, the second on the L. from 83 Drury lane, leading into Angel court and to 335, Strand.
Eagle & Child Alley, Fleet Market, at 61, the first on the R. about fifteen doors from Holborn hill, extending to 39 Shoe lane.
Eagle and Child Court, Princes Street, Lambeth, the first on the R. about three or four doors from Broad Street  leading to Fore Street  and the side of the Thames.
Eagle Insurance Office, at 83, Cornhill, about the middle of the N. side, five or six doors E. from the Royal Exchange.
Eagle Place, Mile End Road, on the N. side, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. below the Turnpike, op. 30, Assembly row, it leads to Fullers alms houses.
Eagle Street, Piccadilly, at 212, the first on the L. about of a mile from the Hay market, extending to 28, Jermyn Street
Eagle Street, Red Lion Square, at 65, Red lion Street  the first on the L. about fourteen doors from 72 High Holborn, extending to Kingsgate Street 
Earls Court, Little Newport Street, Long Acre, is about five doors on the L. from Castle Street  leading to 19, Cranbourne Street  Leicester square.
Earls Court, Great Earl Street, Seven Dials, the second on the R. about ten doors from the Seven dials, leading to Castle Street op. Langley Street, Long acre.
Earl Street (Great), Seven Dials, St Giless, extends from the E. side of the Seven dials to Castle Street  by Gyffords brewery, or is op. Cross lane from 106 Long acre.
Earl Street (Little), Seven Dials, is op. Great Ditto, extending to the W. end of Monmouth Street  and is continued by Moor Street  to 22, Greek Street,Soho.
Earl Street, Blackfriars, the first on the R. north from the bridge, extending to St Andrews hill, is continued E. by Upper Thames Street  to London bridge.
Earl Street, London Road, St Georges Fields, the first on the L. about sixteen doors from the Obelisk, towards the Elephant and Castle, it extends to Market Street  and is continued by Amelia row towards the Kings Bench.
Easleys Mews, Wigmore Street, Marylebone, at 24, facing Marylebone lane from 158, Oxford Street
East Court, East Street or Lane, Walworth, the first on the R. about three or four doors from Walworth high Street  or road.
Eastcheap (Great), the E. continuation of Cannon Street  extending from Crooked lane to Gracechurch Street  or the third on the L. in Fish Street  hill, N. from London bridge.
Eastcheap( Little) , is op. Great Ditto, or the second on the R. in Fish Street  hill, N. from London bridge, extending from 47, Gracechurch Street  to Little Tower St
Eastern Dispensary, Great Ayliffe Street, Goodmans Fields, at 46, about six doors W. from Red lion Street, Whitechapel.
East India Alms Houses, Poplar, is about I of a mile on the L. in the High Street or road, from the Commercial road, nearly opposite Queen Street and the Spotted dog.
East India Chambers, Leadenhall Street, at 23, three doors on the R. east from Lime Street or the India house, and op. St Mary Axe.
East India Dock, Blackwall, at the E. end of Poplar high Street or road, and on the N. side of Perrys dock, about a mile E. from Limehouse church and 3f miles from the Royal Exchange.
East India Dock Road, Limehouse, branches off to the L. from the Commercial road, op. Gill Street a few doors E. from Limehouse church, and extends to the Dockgate, is near a mile in length.
East India Dock Company s House, Lime Street Square, is number 3, facing the entrance from Lime street.
East India House, Leadenhall Street, the large stone building on the S. side, thirteen doors on the R. from Gracechurch Street or from Cornhill, forming the corner of Lime Street
East India Military Fund Office, at 4, Lime street square.
East India Tavern, Blackwall, on the N. side the Dock gate, and N. end of Robin hood lane, from Poplar high street or road.
East Lane, Kent Road, is the sixth on the R. about 1/3 of a mile below the Bricklayers arms, it leads into the Walworth high St or road, at the distance of 1/2 a mile in that on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, it is nearly 1/4 of a mile in length.
East Lane, Bermondsey, op. East lane stairs, about 1/6 of a mile below St Saviours dock, it leads to the Neckinger turnpike, Parkers row, &cc.
East Lane Stairs, Bermondsey, op. East Lane, about a mile below London bridge and| of a mile W. from Rotherhithe church, nearly facing Union stairs, Wapping.
East London Water Works Office, at 14, St Helens Place, a few doors on the L. from 46, Bishopsgate within.
Eastmans Court, Wentworth street, Spitalfields, a few doors on the L. from Bell lane, nearly facing Old Castle St from 120, Whitechapel high Street
East Mews, East Street, Lambeth, the first on the R. from East place, Walcot place, towards Lambeth walk.
East Passage, Long Lane, Smithfield, the first S. parallel to part of it, extending from King street towards Aldersgate St
East Place, Lambeth, a part of the W. side of the Surrey road from Westminster bridge, extending from Walnut tree walk to Pownall terrace, about 3/4 of a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge.
East Place, East Street, West Square, St Georges Fields, three or four doors on the L. from the S. E. corner of the square.
East Place, Poplar High Street or Road, is about \ a mile on the R. from the Commercial road, and the first E. from the Harrow Public house, or the Kings road.
East Row, Winkworths Buildings, City Road, the N. continuation of it on the L. extending to Clacks buildings, and is about 1/3 of a mile N. from Finsbury square.
East Smithfield. See Smithfield.
East Street, Manchester Square, the first parallel to part of Baker street, extending from 4 Blandford Street to David St leading to York place and the New road, it is about 1/4 ot a mile in length.
East Street, Red Lion bquare, Holborn, the sixth on the L. near of a mile from 71 , High Holborn, along Red lion St extending to New North Street
East Street, Spitalfields Market, extends from the middle of the E. side of it, to 35, Red lion Street
East Street, West Square, St Georges Fields, at the S. E. corner, or the continuation of the E. side of the said square, from West Street, Prospect place.
East Street, Walworth, that part of East lane which is next to Walworth High street or road. See East lane.
East Street, Lambeth, is about 7/8 of a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge towards Kennington cross, is nearly op. Chester Street and Market street, it extends to William Street and leads to Grays walk and Lambeth walk.
Eaton Lane, Pimlico High Street or Road. See Little Eaton Street.
Eaton Place, Little Eaton Street, Pimlico High Street or Road, about the middle of the N. side, the first on the R. from Pimlico towards Ranelagh Street
Eaton Street, Pimlico, the third on the R. and near 1/3 of a mile from Buckingham gate towards Chelsea, it extends to Ranelagh Street
Eaton Street (Upper), Pimlico, is op. the last, or the continuation of Grosvenor place from Hyde park corner, extending from the Kings road to Ranelagh Street
Eaton Street (Little), Pimlico High Street or Road, the second on the R. near \ of a mile from Buckingham gate towards Chelsea, it extends to Ranelagh Street
Ebden Court, Pearl Row, St Georges Fields, is op. 19, by the corner of New Street on the L. from the N. E. fide the Obelisk.
Ebenezer Chapel, Brill Place, Sommers Town, is on the N. side of it, also behind 15, Chapel path.
Ebenezer Chapel, Shadwell High Street, at 240, about ten doors W. from Union Street
Ebenezer Chapel, Albion Street, Rotherhithe, is a few doors on the R. in it from Neptune Street about 1/8 of a mile E. from the Lower road to Deptford.
Ebenezer Court, Ebenezer Street, London Road, St Georges Fields, is about six doors on the R. from 15, in the London road by the Philanthropic reform.
Ebenezer Place, Commercial Road, Limehouse, is part of the S. side, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. below Limehouse church, extending from Penson place to Gun lane.
Ebenezer Place, London Road, at 19, the first on the R. fom the Obelisk, towards the Elephant and Castle, it is situate on the N. side the Philanthropic reform and leads towards Lambeth.
Ebenezer Place, Cherry Tree Alley, St Lukes, the second on the R. from 118, Bunhill row, or the second on the L. from 86, Whitecross Street in the op. direction.
Ebenezer Place, Kennington Lane, part of the N. side, about of 1/8 mile on the R. from the Plough and Harrow or from Church row, Newington, towards Kennington cross.
Ebenezer. Row, Kennington Lane, the first on the R. from the Plough and Harrow, extending from the E. end of Ebenezer place to the fields.
Ebenezer Square, Gravel Lane, Houndaditch, is nearly facing Fireball court, from 131, Houndsditch, and leads into Stoney lane and Petticoat lane.
Ebenezer Street, London Road, St Georges Fields, at 19, the first on the R. from the Obelisk by the Philanthropic reform, being that end of Ebenezer place which adjoins the London road.
Ebenezer Street, Plumbers Street, City Road, the first on the L. from Caroline place, extending to Trafalgar Street, it is near 1/2 a mile N. from Finsbury square.
Ebury House, Ebury Street, Fire Fields, Chelsea, at the S. end of the said street, between Grosvenor row and Queen St
Ebury Place or New Ranelagh Street, Five Fields, Chelsea, is about the middle of the E. side of Five fields row, adjoining Ecclestone Street, Belgrave place.
Ebury Place, Kemps Row, Chelsea, or Pimlico, nearly op. Ranelagh walk, about 2/3 of a mile from Buckingham gate, it leads to Avery farm row or Flask row.
Ebury Street, Five Fields, Chelsea, the continuation of Five fields row, extending from the path which leads to Five fields chapel, to Grosvenor row, and Queen Street
Ecclestone Street, Lower Belgrave Place, Pimlico, the fourth on the R. 1/2 a mile from Buckingham gate towards Chelsea, leading to the Five fields.
Eden Street, Hampstead Road, the first on the L. a few doors from Tottenham court road, and the first S. from Henry Street
Edes Yard, Brompton High Street or Road, the second on the R. about 1/8 of a mile from Knightsbridge, nearly op. New Street
Edgware Road, Tyburn Turnpike, at the W. end of Ox ford St where the numbers begin and are continued in succession to Chapel St Paddington, at the corner of which is 101, this extent is nearly 1/4 of a mile.
Edinburgh Castle Coach Office, Strand, at 322, on the W. side the New church, nearly opposite Somerset place.
Edith place, Bird Cage Walk, Hackney Road, the first on the L. a few doors from the Nags head towards Shoreditch church.
Edmonds Court, Princes Street, Soho, at 27, three doors on the R. south from Compton St leading into Rupert St Coventry Street and the Haymarket.
Edmonds Place, Union Street, St Georges Fields, the first on the R. from the London road towards West square.
Edmond Street, Battle Bridge, St Pancras, is situate on the N. side the Smallpox hospital, entrance by the Maiden head public house.
St Edmond the Kings Church, Lombard Street, by 60, two doors E. of Birchin lane and nearly op. Clements lane.
Edward Court, Edward Street, Cavendish square, at 14, about four doors S. from Queen Ann street East
Edwards Court, Oxendon Street, Haymarket, at 29, about five doors on the L. from Coventry Street
Edwards Court, New Round Court, Strand, about three doors on the L. from 447, Strand.
Edwards Mews, Duke Street, Manchester Square, at 35, the third on the L. about fifteen doors from 175, Oxford Street
Edward Place, Old Street Road, is a few yards on the R. from the Curtain Road towards Shoreditch church.
Edward Place, Hackney Road, forms part of the S. side adjoining Brighton place, a few doors on the R. east from Allports nursery, and about 1/3 of a mile from Shoreditch church.
Edward Place, Westminster Bridge Road, St Georges Fields. See Asylum Buildings.
Edward Street, Cavendish Square, the N. continuation of Bolsover street, from 113, Oxford street, extending from Margaret Street to Queen Ann Street East
Edward Street, Manchester Square, the first parallel to the S. side of it, or the third which intersects Duke St from 174, Oxford St it extends from Seymour street to Wigmore Street
Edward Street, Wardour Street, Soho, at 95, the third on the R. from 381, Oxford St it extends to 86, Berwick Street and is continued by Broad Street to Carnaby market.
Edward Street, Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 116, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from 65 Shoreditch, being the second below Brick lane.
Edward Street, Mile End, New Town. See King Edward Street
Edward Street, Blackfriars Road, the third on the L. about 1/5 of a mile from Blackfriars bridge towards the Obelisk, leading to Union Street and Bear lane.
Edward Street, Kennington Lane, the N. parallel to a part of it, behind White hart place, extending from Market Street to Golden place.
Edward Yard, Edward Street, Cavendish Square, at 14j about four doors S. from Queen Ann Street East, leading to Swan passage and 99, Great Portland Street
Egletons Buildings, Paradise Place, Paradise Street, Marylebone, the first on the L. from 6, Paradise Street
Egletons Place, Twisters Alley, Bunhill Row, St Lukes, the first on the R. six doors from 102, Bunhill row, towards Whitecross street.
Eight Houses Lower Road, Deptford, a row near the three mile, stone from London bridge, between China hall and the half way house, about of a mile from either.
Elbow Lane, Upper Thames Street, the first M. parallel to part of it, near of a mile W. from London bridge, extending from Dowgate hill to College hill, or the third on the R. from the Manfion house, continuing down Walbrook.
Elbow Lane (Little) , Upper Thames Street, at 175, leading into the last above described.
Elbow Lane, Shadwell High Street, the first S. parallel to part of it, say from 23 to 38, extending from New Gravel lane (four doors from High Street) to Farmer Street
Elbow Row, City Gardens, City Road, the first on the L. a few doors from the turnpike by Andersons Buildings.
Elder Street, White Lion Street, Spitalfields, the second on the L. about fourteen doors from 13, Shoreditch, being the first E. parallel to Blossom Street
Eldon Buildings, Bagnige Wells, is the first row on the L. from the Wells towards Pentonville.
Eleazer Place, Lambeth Walk, is part of the W. side, facing Chapmans Gardens or Union Street from Walcot place.
Elephant and Castle Court, Kent Street, Borough, at 218, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from St Georges church.
Elephant and Castle, Newington, about one mile nearly S. from London bridge, continuing High St Blackmore St and the Causeway, and a little above of a mile S. E. from the Obelisk, St Georges fields, along the London road.
Elephant Lane, Rotherhithe, at 344, Rotherhithe St the first W. from the church, leading to Neptune St and the Lower Road to Deptford.
Elephant Stairs, Rotherhithe, op. Elephant Lane, is near 1 1/2 of a mile below London bridge, and op. Execution dock, Wapping.
Elgers Place, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the N. end of Elgers square.
Elgers Square, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the fourth on the L. from 105, Whitechapel High Street near Wentworth Street, Spitalfields.
Elizabeth Court, Whitecross Street. St Lukes, at 146, the second on the L. about fifteen doors from op. the church, Old Street also four doors N. from Banner Street
Elizabeth Court, Phoenix Street, Spitalfields, the second on the R. about fourteen doors from 162, Brick lane, or the second on the L. from 38, Wheeler Street leading into King Street
Elizabeth Court, Hickmans Folly, Dock Head, is near the E. end of it, and the last on the R. towards Rotherhithe.
Elizabeth Place, Great Peter Street, Westminster, is about six doors E. from New Peter St and the fourth on the R. from Strutton ground, nearly op. Leg court.
Elizabeth Place, George Street, Bethnal Green, is on the N. W. side of Patriot square, near the Green.
Elizabeth Place, Brook Street, Ratcliffe, about six doors on the L. from Sun tavern fields, nearly op. Love lane.
Elizabeth Place, Black Prince Road, Lambeth, part of the N. side, a few doors on the R. from Princes place, Kennington cross, leading to Workhouse lane and Lambeth butts.
Elizabeth Place, Westminster Bridge Road, St, Georges Fields, a few houses on the N. side, near the Obelisk, extending from the Free masons school to Melina place.
Elizabeth Place, Webber Row, St Georges Fields, is about the middle of the N. side, between Anns place and Duke Street
Elizabeth Place, Prospeft Row, Neckinger Roadj Bermondsey, is two or three houses adjoining Richmond hall on the E. side the Marine crescent, nearly op. Printers place, and about of a mile on the L. from the turnpike towards Jamaica row.
Elizabeth Street, Hans Place, Sloane Street, at 46, the N. W. corner, extending to North St and leading to Queen Street and the High road, Brompton.
Elizabeth Street, Hackney Road, is about 3/4 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church, situate between Durham place West, and James's Place.
Elliotts Court, Old Bailey, the fourth on the R. about ten or twelve doors from Snow hill, or six doors N. from Fleet lane in
the op. direction.
Elliotts Court, Elliotts Row, St Georges Fields, the first on the R. about five or six doors from Prospect place towards Pleasant row.
Elliotts Row, Prospect Place, St Georges Fields, the third on the L. from the Elephant and Castle towards West square, extending to Pleasant row.
Elliotts Row, Bethnal Green Road, the first S. parallel to a part of it, about 2/3 of a mile from Shoreditch, extending from White Street to Thomas Street and is behind the Admiral Cornwallis Public house.
Ellis Square, Penton Street, Walworth, the second on the L. along Amelia St from Walworth High Street or road, or a few doors on the R. from Penton place in the op. direction.
Ellison Street^ Petticoat Lane, the third on the L. from 41 Aldgate High Street a few doors N. from Little Middlesex Street
Elm Court, Middle Temple Lane, Temple Bar, the second on the L. from 6, Fleet Street leading into Fig tree court and Kings bench walk.
Elm Court, Elm Street, Grays Inn Lane, about three doors on the L. from 86, Grays inn lane and near the same distance from Mount Pleasant, Coldbath fields.
Elm Court, Elm Place, Fetter Lane, about the middle of it, a few doors from 108, Fetter lane.
Elm Place, Fetter Lane, Fleet Street, at 108, about the middle of the W. side, leading into Cursitor Street & to 40, Chancery lane.
Elm Place, Walworth High Street or Road, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, nearly op. the Terrace.
Elm Street, Grays Inn Lane, at 85, near 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Middle row, Holborn, leading into Mount Pleasant and Baynes row, Coldbath fields.
Elsworth Place, Golden Lane, Barbican. See Colliers Court.
Ely Chapel, Ely Place, Holborn Hill. at 14, and is that number of doors on the L. from 102, Holborn hill.
Ely Court, Holborn Hill, at 117, about seven doors on the R. west from Hatton garden.
Ely Place, Holborn Hill, at 101, the third on the R. about twenty five doors from Fleet market, nearly op. St Andrews church.
Ely Place, West Square, St Georges Fields, at the N. W. corner of it, leading to Prospett place, or the sixth on the L. along Prospect place, about 1/4 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle towards Lambeth.
Emanuels Hospital, James Street, Westminster, is about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Buckingham gate, also near the W. end of York St from Tothill St and the Abbey in the op. direction (called also Lady Dacres Almshouses).
Embroiderers Hall, Gutter Lane, at 36, about ten or twelve doors on the L. from 132, Cheapside.
Emery Hills Alms Houses, Rochester Row,Tothill Fields, Westminster, is a part of the said row, near the middle, about 1/4 of a mile S. E. from James Street bearing to the R. and nearly facing the W. end of the Grey coat school.
Emigrant Office, at 10, Queen street, Bloomsbury, five or six doors on the R. from the W. end of Hart Street
Engine Street, Piccadilly, the fourth on the L. about 1/4 of a mile from Hyde park corner, and nearly of a mile in the op. direction from the Haymarket, it leads into Sneads court and Brick Street
England Row, Poplar High Street or Road, about j of a mile on the L. below the Commercial road, nearly op. the Harrow Public house or the Kings road.
English Copper Companys Wharf, Upper Thames Street, is between numbers 12 and 15, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from Blackfriars bridge, adjoining Horseshoe wharf.
English Wharf, Strand, on the E. side of Arundel stairs, entrance by Water St behind the Crown and Anchor, 192, in the Strand.
Englishman Newspaper Office, at 6, Hind court, four doors on the L. from 147, Fleet Street
Enoch Court, Goodmans Yard, Goodmans fields, the second on the L. from 60, in the Minories, or the third on the R. from 1  Mansel Street in the op. direction.
Epping Place, Mile End Road, on the S. side, about a mile on the R. from Aldgate pump, extending from the turnpike to Mile end grove and leading towards Stepney green.
Equitable Assurance Office, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, the eighth house on the R. from the bridge, or the second on the L. from Earl Street
St Ermins Hill, Little Chapel Street, Westminster, about the middle of it, op. St Margarets burying ground, leading to Snows* Rents and the Broadway, op. Queen square.
Essex Alley, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the last on the L. from 105, Whitechapel High Street leading into Wentworth Street op. Rose lane.
Essex Court, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the fourth on the L. from 105, Whitechapel High Street or the second on the R. from Wentworth Street in the op. direction.
Essex Court, Middle Temple Lane, Temple Bar, the western side of Brick court, being the first on the R. from 4, Fleet Street leading to Devereux court and Essex Street
Essex Place, Rotherhithe Street, at 170, about twelve doors on the L. above the Horseferry and twenty seven doors below Globe stairs in the op. direction.
Essex Place, Workhouse Lane, Lambeth, is part of the S. side, adjoining the Workhouse, and the first row on the R. from Lambeth butts towards Kennington cross.
Essex Street, Strand, at 210, the first on the L. about twenty four doors from Temple bar, extending to Essex wharf and the Thames.
Essex Street (Little), Strand, the first on the R. in the last mentioned street, and about nine doors from 210, in the Strand, extending to Milford lane.
Essex Street, Bouverie Street, Fleet Street, the second on the R. from 62, Fleet St ox at the S. end of Lombard St from 56, Fleet street, leading into Temple lane.
Essex Street, Kingsland Road, is op. the Ironmongers alms houses, and about J of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church, extending to Hoxton town nearly opposite Gloucester Street
Essex Street (Little), Kingsland Road, the first on the R. about six doors in the last mentioned street from Kingsland road,leading to Savannah place.
Essex Street, Whitechapel High Street, at 105, about 1/41/3 of a mile on the L. below Aldgate church, nearly opposite Red lion street, it leads to Wentworth Street nearly opposite Rose lane, (late Catherine wheel alley).
Essex Street, Mile End Old Town, the first W. parallel to part of Cannon St New road, extending from 38, Charlotte Street (four or five doors on the L. from the said road) to the Commercial road.
Essex Wharf, Essex Street, Strand, at the bottom of the street from 210, in the Strand.
St Ethelburgas Church, Bishopsgate Without, behind 54, on the E. side of St Helens Place.
Europe Place, St Johns Row, Ratcliffe Row, St Lukes, is about the middle of the S. side, about fifteen doors on the R. from 41, Brick lane.
Evangelist Court, Little Bridge Street, Blackfriars, the first on the L. a few yards W. from Cock court, 18, Ludgate hill.
Evans Court, Basinghall Street, at 45, about six doors on the L. front London wall, or the last on the R. from 29 Cateaton Street in the op. direction.
Evans Place, Star Comer, Bermondsey, about ^ of a mile on the R. from Bermondsey church towards the Bricklayers arms, facing the Grange road.
Evans Rents, Turners Square, Hoxton, the N. W. corner of the said square, leading towards Ivy Lane.
Evans Row, Middlesex Street, Sommers Town, is part of the E. side, about the middle, say between Chapel path and Phoenix street.
Evans Yard, Poplar High Street, or Road, near 1/3 of a mile on the L. from the Commercial road, leading to Paradise street, Noble street, and the East India. dock road.
Eves Place, Adam Street, Rotherhithe, at f)5, the second on the L. from Neptune Street
Evelyns Court or Place, Oxford Street, at 27, being that number of doors on the R. from St Giless, three or four doors W. from Rathbone place.
Evening Mall Newspaper Office, Printing House Square, Blackfriars, at the N. E. corner, facing Printing house lane from Water lane.
Evening Post Newspaper Office, at 28, Paternoster row, and 5, Hind court, five doors on the L. from 147, Fleet Street
Everards Buildings, Church Lane, Whitechapel, part of the W. side of it, adjoining 66, Cable Street, Wellclose square.
Everards Place, Church Lane,Whitechapel, the first on the L. about twelve doors from 66, Cable Street behind the aforesaid buildings.
Everett Street, Bernard Street, Brunswick Square, at 48, the middle of the N. side, or the second on the R. from the square, extending to Great Coram Street
Evesham Buildings, Sommers Town, the N. continuation of Chalton Street, extending from Chapel path to Clarendon square.
Evesham Buildings (Upper). See Union Street.
Ewers Buildings, White Hart Row, Kennington Lane, is part of the S. W. side, about the middle of it.
Ewer Street, Duke Street, Borough, the first on the R. a few doors from Queen street, extending to Gravel lane.
Ewings Buildings, Mile End Road, is part of the S. side, about of a mile on the R. east from Bencrofts alms houses, near two miles from Aldgate.
Examiner Newspaper Office, at 15, Beaufort buildings, Strand, three doors on the R. from 95, in the Strand.
Exchange Alley. See Change, Exchange (for Clothes), Rosemary Lane. See Clothes.
Exchange (Coal), Thames Street. See Coal.
Exchange (Corn), Mark Lane. See Corn.
Exchange (Royal). See Royal.
Exchange (Stock). See Stock.
Exchequer, New Palace Yard, Westminster, at the S. E. corner, between Westminster hall and the Thames.
Exchequer Office, Lincolns Inn Old Buildings, at 9, the first door on the L. from op. 56, Chancery lane.
Exchequer Office, Somerset Place, the first door on the L. in the square, from under the archway which leads from the Strand.
Exchequer Office, Kings Bench Walk, Temple, at the bottom of Mitre conrt, from 44, Fleet St on the R. by Tanfield court.
Excise Office, Old Broad Street, the large stone building on the E. side, occupying the space between numbers 22 and 33, there is another entrance at 103, Bishopsgate within.
Execution Dock, at 243,Wapping street , about a mile and a half below London bridge, nearly facing Princes stairs and Elephant stairs, Rotherhithe.
Exeter Change, Strand, at 355, near the middle of the N. side, about 3/5 of a mile on the R. from Temple bar, extending under the archway to Burleigh Street
Exeter Court, Exeter Change, Strand, at 355, in the Strand, adjoining the E. side of Exeter change.
Exeter Street, Catherine Street, Strand, ten doors on the L. from 343, in the Strand, extending to Burleigh St about nine doors N. of Exeter change.
Exeter Street, Hans Town, at 32, Sloane St the second on the R. and about 1/6 of a mile from Knightsbridge, it leads to New St and 28, Queens buildings, Brompton High road.
Eye and Ear Infirmary. See London Infirmary.
Eyre Court, Eyre Street, Leather Lane, Holborn, at 22, about eighteen doors on the L. from the N. end of Leather lane and eight or ten doors on the R. in the op. direction from Great Warner Street, Coldbath fields.
Eyre Place, Eyre Street, Leather Lane, Holborn, at 10, and is that number of doors on the R. from the N. end of Leather lane.
Eyre Street, Leather Lane, Holborn, is the N. continuation of it, extending from Back hill to Warner St leading to Great Bath Street and Coldbath fields.

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