London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

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

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

Fair street, Horselydown, the eastern continuation of Tooley street on the R. extending from Parish street to New St Dock head.
Faircloth Court, High Street, Lambeth, the first on the L. about six doors from Broad St towards Lambeth charch, and op. Stonard and Watsons Starch manufactory.
Falcon Brewery, Portpool Lane, at 10, being that number of doors on the R. from 52, Grays inn lane.
Falcon Coal Wharf, Bankside, is near 1/8 of a mile below Blackfriars bridge, opposite Gravel lane, Southwark.
Falcon Court, Fleet Street. at 32, op. St Dunstans church, being that number of doors on the R. from Temple bar.
Falcon Court, Shoe Lane, at 84, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from 129, Fleet street and near the same distance in the op. direction from 65 Holborn hill.
Falcon Court, High Street, Borough, at 178, on the West side, near St Georges church, about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from London bridge.
Falcon Court (Little), High Street, Borough, the W. continuation of the first described from 178, High street to 15, Red cross street near the Mint.
Falcon Court, White Street, Borough, at 10, the third on the R. from St Georges church towards Long lane, Bermondsey.
Falcon Court, Fishmongers Alley, High Street, Borough, the first on the R. a few yards from 231, High street by St Margarets hill.
Falcon Place, Coppice Row, Clerkenwell, the first on the L. from Ray street at the N. W. corner of the Green, leading into Ray street again.
Falcon Foundry, Bankside, on the E. side Falcon Coal wharf, op. Gravel lane.
Falcon Square, Noble Street, Foster Lane, the termination of Noble street and Foster lane, entering by 147,Cheapside, leading to Falcon street and 16, Aldersgate street.
Falcon Street, Aldersgate Street, at 16, about of a mile on the R. from 66, Newgate street leading into Falcon square.
Falcon Yard, Portpool Lane, at 15, being that number of houses from 53, Grays inn lane, and is on the S. side of Meuxs brewery.
Falconbridge Court, Crown Street, Soho, three doors on the R. from the E. end of Oxford street or from High street, St Gile.s, leading into Little Sutton street and Soho square.
Fan Alley, Fan Street, Goswell Street, St Lukes, at the E. end from 11. Goswell street and N. W. corner of Bridgewater gardens.
Fan Alley, W 7 ebb Square, Shoreditch, at the N. E. corner, entering at 47, Shoreditch, it leads to Cock hill and to 47, Wheeler street, Spitalfields.
Fan Court, Goswell Street, St Lukes at 12, the third on the R. north from Barbican, leading into Bridgewater gardens.
Fan Court, Miless Lane, Cannon Street, at 17, two doors on the L. from 131, Upper Thames street near London bridge.
Fan Court, Bakers Row, Whitechapel Read, the second on the L. from 93, in the said road, towards Mile end Old town.
Fan Street, Goswell Street, St Lukes, between 106, Aldersgate street and I, Goswell street a few doors on the R. north from Barbican, leading into Bridgewater gardens and Golden lane.
Farm Mews, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, is the first on the R. a few yards from the middle of the W. side of the said square, leading into Farm street.
Farm. street, Berkeley Square, the first N parallel to part of Hill street extending from Farm Mews to Union street.
Farmers Alms Houses, Little Chapel street, Westminster, adjoins the W. side of St Margarets burying gruund, about 1/3 of a mile from Buckingham gate.
Farmers Journal Newspaper Office, at 49, Watling street eight doors on the R. east from 75 Queen street. Cheapside.
Farmers Rents, Crown Street, Soho, or St Giless, the first on the L. a few yards from the E. end of Oxford street nearly op. Sutton street.
Farmers Row, Salmon Lane, Limehouse, forms a part of the E. side, about i of a mile on the R. from the Commercial road towards Stepney.
Farmer Street, High Street, Shadwell, at 38, under the archway, about seventeen or eighteen doors W. from Shadwell church, extending towards Shadwell dock.
Farrers Rents, Bishopsgate Street Without, at 163, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. north from the church, op. Widegate street.
Farrier Buildings, Inner Temple Lane, Fleet Street, is a few doors on the R. from 15, Fleet street near Temple bar.
Farringdon Within Charity School, Bull and Mouth Street, at the W. end, nearly facing Butcherhall lane, from 82, Newgate street.
Farthing Alley, Upper East Smithfield, is op. 97, about fourteen doors on the L. east from Butcher row and 1/7 of a mile from Tower hill.
Farthing Alley, Jacob Street, Dock Head, about the middle of the S. side, being the third on the R. from Mill St leading into Water lane.
Farthing Fields, New Gravel Lane, Shadwell, at 40, about the middle of the W. side, leading towards Old Gravel lane.
Farthing Hill, Farthing Street, Spitalfields, is the N continuation of it, to Sclater street and is nearly op. Club row.
Farthing Street, Phoenix Street, Spitalfields, the first on the L. about sixteen doors from 39, Wheeler street or the third on the R. from 163, Brick lane.
Fashion Street, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, at 194, the fourth on the L. about 1/5 of a mile from Whitechapel, it leads into Whites Row, Widegate street, and Bishopsgate without.
Faulkners Court, Cow Cross, West Smithfield, the third on the R. from St John street and two or three doors E. from Turnmill street leading into Benjamin street
Faulkners Place, George Passage, St Georges Market, St Georges Fields, about four doors on the R. from the N. E. corner of the market.
Feathers Court, Drury Lane, at 86, on the W. side, being the second on the L. and about eighteen or twenty doors from the New church, or from 226, in the Strand.
Feathers Court, High Holborn, at 264, nearly op. Red lion street leading into Whetstons park and Lincolns inn fields.
Feathers Court, Fox Court, Grays Inn Lane, is about four or five doors on the L. from 10, Grays inn lane, near Holborn.
Feathers Court, Castle Street, Bethnal Green, the first on the R. from the back of Shoreditch church, about three or four doors from the N. end of Cock lane.
Feathers Mews, Old Millman Street, James Street, Bedford Row, is the N. continuation of it, on the L. leading into Longs yard and to 38, Lambs conduit street
Featherbed Lane, Fetter Lane, at 18, and is that number of doors on the R. from 180, Fleet street it is continued by Pemberton row, leading into Gough square.
Featherstone Buildings, High Holborn, at 62, on the N. side, eight or nine doors E. from Red lion street, leading into Bedford street.
Featherstone Buildings, Salmon Lane, Limehouse, the first E. parallel to a part of it, the entrance is a few doors on the R. from the Barge river or from the Commercial road.
Featherstone Street, City Road, the first on the L. about 1/5 of a mile N. from Finsbury square, extending to 60, Bunhill row, twelve or fourteen doors S. from Old street.
Felix Street, Bridge Road, Lambeth, at 20, the second on the R. about twenty eight doors from Westminster bridge, it extends to Stangate street.
Fell Street, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 71, the sixth on the L. from 122, Cheapside, and seven or eight doors on the R. from London wall in the opposite direction.
Fen Court, Fenchurch Street, at 125, ten doors E. from Cullum street and nearly opposite Mincing lane.
Fen Office, Tanfield Court, Temple, at 3, on the S. side, two doors on the R. from Lambs Buildings.
Fenchurch Buildings, Fenchurch Street, between 107 and 108, the second on the R. about twenty one doors from Aldgate, it leads to Sugar loaf court and 50, Leadenhall street.
Fenchurch Chambers, Fenchurch Street, at 66, about six or seven doors on the R. east from London street.
Fenchurch Street, Gracechurch Street, the third on the R. about 1/5 of a mile from London bridge, extending from opposite Lombard street to Aldgate.
Fendal Street, Grange Road, Bermondsey, the second on the L. about 1/6 of a mile from Star corner, or from Bermondsey New road ? op. Alscot place, and leads to the Grange walk.
Fenwick Court, High Holborn, at 291, about seventeen or eighteen doors on the L. west from Chancery lane.
Fergusons Rents, Snows Fields, Bermondsey, the first on the L. from 238,Bermondsey St towards the Borough, about three doors E. from Palmers Rents.
Ferry Street, Lambeth, the first S. parallel to the church and church yard, a few doors distance, extending from High street to Fore street by the Thames.
Fetter Lane, Fleet Street, at 180, five or six doors E. from St Dunstans church, where the numbers being and end, viz. 1 and 144, it extends to 34, Holborn hill.
Field Buildings, Battle Bridge, St Pancras, the E. end of Fifteen foot lane, also behind the Bell Public house, by the Turnpike, Pentonville.
Field Court, Grays Inn Square, at the S. W. corner, leading towards Bedford row, also the N. end of Full woods rents from 34, High Holborn.
Field Court, Field Lane, Holhorn, the first on the R. a few doors from 83, Holborn Hill, or a few doors S. from Saffron hill or from Chick lane.
Field Court, Ducking Pond Row, Whitechapel Road, the fourth on the R. from Court St 110, Whitechapel road, or the third on the L. from North St in the op. direction.
Field Lane, Holborn Hill, at 83, about six doors on the R. from Fleet market, extending to Chick lane and Saffron hill.
Field Place, Battle Bridge, Pentonville, forms part of the W. side the road to Clerkenwell by Field street.
Field Street, Battle Bridge, Pentonville, the first on the R. from the Turnpike, by the Bell Public house, towards Clerkenwell.
Field Street, Poplar High Street or Road, is about 1/2 a mile on the L. from the Commercial road, and the second below the East India alms houses, leading to Fowlers Rents and the East India Dock road.
Fieldgate Street,Whitechapel Road, the second on the R. about seventeen doors from the church, it leads to Charlotte street and Cannon street road.
Fifes Court, Fleet Street, Spitalfields, near the middle of the S. side, between Black bird alley and Ram alley, about ten doors on the R. from George street.
Fifes Gardens, Granby Place, Lambeth Lower Marsh, extends from Granby place to Vine street, Narrow wall.
Fifteen Foot Lane, White Hart Row, Grays Inn Lane, the first on the L. from the Turnpike, Battle bridge by Chads wells.
Fig Tree Court, Temple, the third on the L. in Temple lane from 6 Fleet St by Temple bar, leading to Kings bench walk and Temple street.
Fig Tree Court, Barbican, at 15, on the S. side, being that number of doors on the L. from 77 Aldersgate street.
Filacer, Court of, at 4, Elm Court, Temple, the second door on the R. from op. Fountain court. Middle Temple lane, Fleet street.
Finch Buildings, Ewer Street, Borough, at the E. end of it, about three or four doors on the L. from Duke street or from the W. end of Queen street.
Finch Court, Poplar High Street or Road, the first on the L. east from the terrace, or below the East India alms houses, about | a mile from the Commercial road.
Finch Lane, Cornhill, at 80, the N. side, about ten doors on the L. east from the Royal Exchange, leading to Threadneedle street.
Finch Yard, Poplar High Street or Road, the second on the L. below North street op. the Town hall.
Findall Street, Grange Road, Bermondsey. See Fendal.
Finmore Court, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, the second on the R. from 48, Rosemary lane, towards Upper East Smithfield.
Finnemore Court or Rents, Artillery Street, Borough, about of a mile on the R. from 50, Bermondsey street along Crucifix lane, and is nearly op. the S. side of St Johns church.
Finnemore Place or Gardens, Russell Street, Bermondsey, near 1/8 of a mile on the L. from 90, Bermondsey street or the first on the R. a few doors W. from Church street.
Finsbury Court, Providence Row, Finsbury Square, at 28, the first on the L. four doors from Wilson street or from Worship street.
Finsbury Dispensary, at 210, St John street, by New court, near 1/2 a mile on the L. from Smithfield, and about fourteen doors on the R, from Corporation Row.
Finsbury Dispensary (New), Giltspur Street, at 15, a few doors on the R. from Newgate street or from the Old Bailey towards Smithfield.
Finsbury Market, at the W. end of Skinner St from 119, Bibhopsgate without, the E. side of Clifton street from Worship street and of Christopher street from the N. E. corner of Finsbury square.
Finsbury Passage, Wilson Street, Moorfields, at 62, op. Princes street about four doors on the L. from the N. E. corner of Finsbury square.
Finsbury Place, Moorfields, at the N. W. corner, extending from Moorfields to Finsbury square and Chiswell street.
Finsbury Repository, at 45, Chiswell St about three doors on the R. west from Finsbury square.
Finsbury Square, on the N. side of Moorfields, about 1/4 of a mile W. from 148, Bishopsgate along Sun street and Crown St 1/2 a mile E. from 77 Aldersgate street along Barbican, Beech St and Chiswell street.
Finsbury Street, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, at 36, the first on the L. about fourteen doors from the S. W. corner of the said square, extending to Ropemakers street.
Finsbury Terrace, City Road, part of the E. side of it, commencing about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from the N. W. corner of Finsbury square it extends from Tabernacle row to Old street.
Fire Ball Court, Houndsditch, at 131, about the middle of the N. side, extending to Gravel lane and leading to Harrow alley and Petticoat lane.
First Fruits Office, Inner Temple Lane, at 10, on the W. side, eight doors on the R. from 15 Fleet street.
Fish Srreet (Old), Upper Thames Street, is the first N. parallel to part of it, say from numbers 201 to 212, extending from Bread street hill to Lambeth hill, or is at the S. end of the Old change from 10, Cheapside.
Fish Street Hill (Old), Upper Thames Street, late Labour in vain hill, at 204, about 3/4 of a mile on the L. from Blackfriars bridge, it extends to 6, Old Fish street by the church.
Fish Street Hill, Gracechurch Street, the S. continuation of it on the W. side the Monument, it extends from Eastcheap to London bridge.
Fishers Alms Houses, Dog Row, Mile End, two or three doors on the L. from the Turnpike towards Bethnal green.
Fishers Alley, Dorset Street, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, at 62, the second on the R. from 82, Fleet street passing Salisbury square on the R. it extends to Whitefriars dock and Water lane.
Fishers Alley, Petticoat Lane, Spitalfields, the third on the R. a few doors N. from Wentworth. street, leading into Coxs square.
Fishers Court, Eagle Street, Red Lion Square, is nearly op. 27, about seven doors on the L, from 65, Red lion St Holborn.
Fisher Street, Red Lion Square, at the S. W. corner, extending to Kingsgate St and is about ten doors on the R. in the said street from 116, High Holborn.
Fishmongers Alley, High Street, Borough, is about nine doors on the R. south from St Margarets hill, and 4 of a mile from London bridge, extending to 76, Red cross street.
Fishmongers Alms Houses, Newington, on the W. side the High road, about a mile on the R. from London bridge, opposite the Elephant and Castle.
Fishmongers Hall, Upper Thames Street, at 112, about ten doors on the L. west from London bridge.
Fishmongers Passage, Fenchurch Street, at 118, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from Gracechurch street, nearly op. Mark lane, it leads to Billiter square.
Fitzroy Market, Hertford Street, Fitzroy Square, occupies part of the E. side of it, between Grafton Street and Warren street it communicates with Tottenham court road at 126, by Holebrook buildings near the New road.
Fitzroy Mews, Hertford Street, Fitzroy Square, on the W. side, three doors on the L. from London street  towards Grafton street.
Fitzroy Place, New Road, Fitzroy Square, on the N. side, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Hampstead road, and op. Fitzroy street from the square.
Fitzroy Place (Upper), the N. continuation of the last from Henry street.
Fitzroy Row, Fitzroy Place, New Road, the first on the L. a few yards from the New road.
Fitzroy Square, is about a mile N. from 24, E. end of Oxford street along Rathbone place, Charlotte St &c. or about seventeen doors from 119, Tottenham court road along Grafton street.
Fitzroy Street, Fitzroy Square, the second on the R. about seventeen doors in London street from 108, Tottenham court road, leading to the S. E. corner of the square.
Fitzroy Street (Upper), Fitzroy Square, is op. the last, extending from the N. E. corner of the square to the New road.
Fives Court, St Martins Street Leicester Square, behind 26, four doors on the R. from Whitcomb street, the wall of the Upper Kings Mews, is the eastern boundary of it.
Fives Court, Mansel Street, Goodmans Fields, at 13, about the middle of the W. side, two or three doors N. from Swan street.
Five Bell Court, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, at 43, nearly facing Webb square from Shoreditch, about five doors N. from Phoenix street, it extends to Farthing street.
Five Bell Place, 3,Colt Street, Limehouse, is op. the E. side, of the church by the Five Bells Public house.
Five Constable Row, Mile End, is part of the N. side, commencing by Dog row, a few yards on the L. east from the Turnpike, about a mile from Aldgate pump.
Five Fields, Chelsea, situate between Grosvenor place at the back of the Queens Gardens, and Sloane street through which passes the Kings Road.
Five Field Row, Pimlico. See Ebury street.
Five Foot Lane, Upper Thames Street, at 203, about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from Blackfriars bridge, nearly op. Broken wharf, leading to 7, Old Fish street.
Five Foot Lane, Bermondsey. See Russell street.
Five Garden Row, Artillery Street, St Johns, Borough. See Finnemore Court.
Five Houses Corner, Tyson Street, Bethnal Green, at 10, the first on the L. ten doors from 62, Church street op. Brick lane.
Five Inkhorn Court, Whitechapel, at 91 , about 1/4 of a mile on the L. below Aldgate church, or eighteen doors on the R. from Osborn street.
Flask Row or Lane, Five Field Row, Chelsea, extends from the Old Red lion, or N. end of Ebury street to Avery row.
Fleet Gardens, Marsham Street, Westminster, at the back of 37, on the W. side, near the Horseferry road.
Fleet Lane, Fleet Market, at 16, the first on the R. from Ludgate hill, on the N. side the Fleet prison, extending to 46, Old bailey, op. Newgate.
Fleet Market, situate between Ludgate hill and Fleet St where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 98, it extends to Holborn bridge, Snow hill.
Fleet Prison, Fleet Market, about four doors on the R. from Ludgate hill, occupying the space between numbers 3 and 16, it extends back to the Bell Savage yard.
Fleet Row, Eyre Street, Leather lane, Holborn, is op. 21, two or three doors N. from Summer street and about ten doors on the L. from Warner street, Clerkenwell.
Fleet Street, Temple Ear, commences on the E. side, where the numbers begin and end, viz. I and 206, it extends to Bridge street, Blackfriars, and Fleet market.
Fleet Street, Spitalfields. or Bethnal Green, the first S. parallel to part of St John street, Brick lane, extending from George street to Fleet street hill.
Fleet Street Hill, St John Street, Spitalfields or Bethnal Green, the fourth on the R. about 1/8 of a mile from 105, Brick lane, it leads to Fleet street and extends to Weavers street
Flemings or Flemish Church Yard, Tower Hill. See the following.
Flemish Street, Tower Hill, on the E. side, and the second on the R. about ten doors from Irongate, it extends to St Catherines lane.
Fletcher Row, Vineyard Gardens, Clerkenwell, the second on the R. from Bowling green lane, towards Spa fields.
Fletchers Ways, Shadwell, about 1 3/4 of a mile below London bridge, by the line of the river, the first E. of Shadwell dock, and nearly opposite the Surrey canal, Rotherhithe.
Flint Street, Higlers Street, St Georges Fields, the fourth on the R. from Blackfriars. road, extending to King street, Belvedere place, by the Kings Bench.
Flint Street, London Road, St Georges. Fields, the first on the L. in Gay wood street, from the middle of the W. side the London road, or the first on the R. from Prospect place.
Flint Street, East Lane, Walworth, the fourth on the R. about of a mile from the Kent road, and near 1/2 a mile on the L. from Walworth High street it extends to Park place, Locks fields.
Floating Dock, Rotherhithe, is about l 1/3 of a mile below London bridge, by the line of the river, and of a mile E. of Rotherhithe church, op. King Edward stairs, Wapping.
Flower and Dean Street, Spitalfields, at 200, Brick Lane, the third on the L. from 74, Whitechapel High street it extends to Rose lane.
Flower de Luce Court, Grays Inn Lane, at 85, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Middle row, Holborn, it leads to Mount pleasant and Coldbath fields.
Flower de Luce Court, Fleet Street, at 179, behind the houses on the E. side Fetter lane, from numbers l to l6.
Flower de Lis Court, Shoemakers Row, Blackfriars, is two doors on the R. from Broadway or from Water lane, and the third on the L. from Creed lane, Ludgate street
Flower de Lis Court, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, the second on the L. a few doors from Cow cross, West Smithfield, towards Clerkenwell green.
Flower de Lis Court, Shoreditch, at 10, about eighteen doors on the R. north from White lion street 5/6 of a mile from Cornhill, it leads to Blossom St and Flower de Lis street
Flower de Lis Street, Spitaltields, the E. continuation of the last, from 10, Shoreditch, extending to 72,Wheeler street op. Great Pearl street
Flower Pot, Coach Office, at 115, Bishopsgate within, the corner of Threadneedle street
Fludyer Street , Westminster, the third on the R. about 1/3 of a mile from Charing cross towards the Abbey, or the third on the L. from Great George street it leads to St James's Park.
Flushing Court, St Catherines Street, about f of a mile on the L. below Tower hill, a few doors W. from Hermitage bridge and nearly op. Hawleys wharf.
Flying Horse Court, Maiden Lane, Wood Street, Cheapside, about four doors on the R. from 110, Wood street and the same distance E. of Haberdashers hall.
Flying Horse Court, Grub. Street, Cripplei^ate, the third on the R. about thirteen doors from 97, Fore street, three doors N. from Honeysuckle court.
Flying Horse Yard, Rose & Crown Court, Moorfields, the second on the R. from the N. E. corner of Moorfields, it is also called Half moon street
Flying Horse Yard, Crown Street, Finsbury, the first on the L. a few doors from Wilson St the S. E corner of Finsbury square.
Flying Horse Yard, Half Moon Street, Bishopsgate Without, the first on the L. a few doors from 170, Bishopsgate street
Flying Horse Yard, Camomile St Bishopsgate, at 25, the first on the L. five doors from 1 Bishopsgate street without, nearly opposite the church.
Flying Horse Yard, Brick Lane, Spitalfields at 31, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from 74 Whitechapel and 10 or 12 doors on the L. from Church street, Spitalfields.
Foley House, Chandos Street, Cavendish Square, about the middle of the E. side, a few yards on the R. from the N. E. corner of the square.
Foley Place, Queen Ann Street East, Marylebone, a part of the W. end of it by Portland chapel, or the sixth on the L. about of a mile from 102, Oxford street, along John street and Great Portland street
Fore Street, Cripplegate, the last on both the R. and the L, from 122, Cheapside, along Wood street it extends from the S. W. corner of Moorfields to Red cross street, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 123.
Fore Street, Limehouse, the E. continuation of Narrow St and first parallel to the Thames, extending from the second Drawbridge to Three colt street
Fore Street, Lambeth, commences by the S. side of the church, and extends along the side of the Thames to New St near Vauxhall, about 3/8 of a mile in length.
Fore and Aft Dock, Rotherhithe or Bermondsey Wall, is about a mile below London bridge, by the line of the river, on the E. side of East lane stairs and nearly opposite Union stairs, Wapping.
Fort Place, South Street, West Square, St Georges Fields, the corner formed by Bird street and South street facing the square.
Fort Place, Grange Road, Bermondsey, a part of the S. side, about f of a mile on the R. from Bermondsey New road, near the Turnpike and Blue anchor road.
Fort Street, Spitalfields or Old Artillery ground, the N. end of Duke St from 38, Union street, leading to Spital square.
Fosters Buildings, Whitecross Street, St Lukes at 123, about six doors on the L. south from Banner street and near 1/6 of a mile on the R. north from Chiswell street
Fosters Buildings, Shoreditch, at 183, by the Turnpike, about 1/2 a mile on the left. N. from Bishopsgate church, it leads into King Johns court.
Foster Lane, Cheapside, at 148, the first on the L. about eight doors from Newgate St it extends to St Anns lane.
Foster Street, Peter Street, Sun Street, Bishopsgate, the first W. parallel to a part of Peter street extending from Merrits buildings to Half moon street
Foulks Buildings, Bethnal Green Road, behind the George on the N. side of Wilmot sq. near 3/4 of a mile on the L. from 65 Shoreditch.
Founders Court, Lothbury, ls about 10 doors on the L. east from Coleman St facing the N. front of the Bank of England.
Founders Hall Chapel , Lothbury , at the N. end of Founders court, the building which was formerly Founders hall.
Foundry Row, Bowling Green Row, Hoxton, the second on the L. from opposite Haberdashers alms houses, extending to Royal oak walk.
Foundling Hospital , Guilford Street, Grays Inn Lane, on the R. from the said lane, and on the L. from Russell sq. facing Lambs conduit street
Fountain Court, Strand, at 104, about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from Charing cross, four doors W. from the Savoy, the entrance is by a flight of steps.
Fountain Court, Middle Temple Lane, the second on the R. from 4, Fleet St by Temple bar, leading into Garden court on the L. and to New court and Essex St on the R.
Fountain Court, Cheapside, at 30, the third on the R. being that number of houses from bt. Pauls church yard, nearly op. Gutter lane.
Fountain Court, Aldermanbury, two doors on the R. from Cateaton St or from Milk St Cheapside, it leads to the Baptist Head Coffee house.
Fountain Court, Old Bethlem, at 36, the first on the L. about fifteen doors from 199, Bishopsgate without, or six doors on the R. from New Broad street
Fountain Court, Virginia Street, Bethnal Green, about the middle of the N. side, at the back of the Fountain Public hoase, leading to Crabtree row, Hackney road.
Fountain Court, Minories, at 20, the third on the L. being that number of houses from Aldgate.
Fountain Court, New Street, Dock Head, near the middle of the N. side, about fourteen doors on the L. from the bottom of Fair street and Tooley street
Fountain Place, City Road, part of the S. W. side, about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from Finsbury square extending from Peerless row to Upper Fountain place.
Fountain Place (Upper), City Road , the continuation of the last, extending to New street and Union row.
Fountain Stairs, Rotherhithe or Bermondsey Wall, at the N. end of Salisbury St from Jamaica row, and the first W. from Cherry gardens, is near 1 1/4 of a mile below London bridge, facing Bell dock, Wappiug.
Four Swans Inn, Bishopsgate Within, at 83, near 1/5 of a mile on the L. from Cornhill.
Fowks Biildings, Great Tower Street, at 25, nearly op. Mark lane, two doors W. from Water lane.
Fowlers Rents, Poplar, is about 1/2 a mile on the L. from the Commercial road, the second row below the East India alms houses, it extends from Field street to the East India dock road.
Fox Alley, Princes Street, Lambeth, about the middle of the W. side nearly op. Messrs. Randall and Suters manufactory, it leads to the Fox public house, Fore street, by the Thames.
Fox Buildings, Kent Street, Borough, at 37, the second on the L. about 1/8 of a mile from St Georges church, and is thirty seven doors from White street
Fox Court, St James's Street, at 30, the fourth on the L. being that number of houses from 164 Piccadilly.
Fox Court, Grays Tnn Lane, the first on the R. ten doors from Middle row, Holborn, leading to 28, Brook street
Fox Court, Ray Street, Clerkenwell, about ten doors on the L. from the N. W. corner of Clerkenwell green towards Coldbath fields.
Fox Court, Long Lane, We^t Smithfield, the first on the L. about eleven doors from GC, E. side of Smithfield market, towards Aldersgate street
Fox Court, Petticoat Lane, on the E. side, about nine doors S. from Wentworth St nearly op. Stoney lane, of a mile on the R. from 41, Aldgate High street
Fox Court, Gun Alley, Wapping, the first on the R. a few doors from Green hank, at the back of Wapping church.
Foxs Lane, Shadwell High Street, at 55, on the E. side Shadwell church, extending to the New road, to Shadwell dock, and to Wapping wall.
Fox and Goose Yard, Coleman Street, Shadwell, is about three doors on the R. from behind 23, Wapping wall, the corner of  Star street
Fox and Hounds Yard, Bishopsgate Street Without, three doors S. from Union St near 1/6 of a mile on the R. north from Bishopsgate church.
Fox and Knot Court, Cow Lane, West Smithfield, at 42, opposite the end of Hosier lane, about ten doors on the L. from Snow hill.
Fox and Knot Yard, Cow Lane, West Smithfield, at the bottom of the last .described, towards Chick lane or West street
Fox Ordinary Court, Nicholas Lane, at 12, that number of houses on the R. from 24, Lombard St or six doors on the L. from 60, Cannon street
Frame Work Knitters Alms Houses, Kingsland Road. on the E. side, about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church.
Frances or Francis Court, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, at 33, about the middle of the N. side, and op. Bullen court from 407 in the Strand.
Frances Court, Lambeth Walk, Lambeth, is about the middle of the E. side, viz. between King street and Union street, Walcot place.
Francis Place, Francis Street, Tottenham Court Road, at 11, about nine doors on the R. from Tottenham court road.
Francis Place, Princes Row, Mile End New Town, the second on the L. a few doors W. from Bakers row, entering at 94, Whitechapel road .
Francis Street, Tottenham Court Road, the sixth on the R. about 3/8 of a mile from Oxford street or St Giles, is nearly op. Whitfields Chapel and leads to Upper Gower street.
Francis Street, Golden Square, the N. continuation of Air St entering by 27, Piccadilly, it extends from Marylebone street to 28, Brewer street.
Francis Street, Berkeley Street, Clerkenwell, four doors on the L. from St Johns lane, or the second on the R. from 19, Red lion street
Francis Street, High Street, Newington, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, and a few doors S. from the church, it leads to Church street and Manor place, Walworth.
Francis Stone Yard, Princes Street, Lambeth, the third on the R. from Broad street leading to Fore street and the Thames.
Franklins Row, Chelsea, on the E. side the Hospital, extending from Royal Hospital row to Turks row by the Hospital wall.
Frazers Court, Green walk, Blackfriars Road, the first on the R. a few yards from the said road, on the S. side of Christchurch.
Frederick Place, Hampstead Road, is part of the W. side, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from Tottenham court road, extending from Frederick street towards the chapel.
Frederick Place, Goswell Street Road, a part of the E. side, op. Owens place, near the City road, extending from the New road towards Sidney street
Frederick Place, Old Jewry, the first on the L. about, four doors from 81, Cheapside or from the commencement of the Poultry.
Fredenck Place, Newington High Street or Road, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, and the second S. from the church, it leads to Hodgsons Buildings and Francis street
Frederick Place, Walworth Common, a few houses between the Pauls head and the Hour glass, op. the chapel, and about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Surrey square.
Frederick Street, Hampstead Road, the fifth on the L about 1/5 of a mile from Tottenham court road at the N. end of Solls row.
Free Court, Princes Street, Lambeth, the fifth on the R. a few doors from Broad street towards Vauxhall, it extends to Fore street by the Thames.
Free Passage Alley, Cock Hill, Ratcliffe, the first on the R. from High street, Shadwell, nearly op. School house lane.
Freemans Court, Cheapside, at 102, N. side, nearly op. Bow church, leading into Honey lane market.
Freemans Court, Cornhill, at 83, N. side, about fix doors on the L from the Royal Exchange towards Leadenhall street
Freemans Lane, Back Street, Horselydown, the second on the L. from the E. end of Tooley street about 1/2 a mile from London bridge, leading to Websters and Hartleys wharf.
Freemans Row, Walworth Common, nearly op. Villa place and the Pauls head, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Westmoreland academy towards the Camberwell road.
Freemans Wharf, Horselydown, is about 3/8 of a miie below London bridge, on the W. side of Still stairs, entrance by Potters fields, E. end of Tooley street
Freemans Wharf, Millbank Street, Westminster, between Fairbrothers and Hadleys wharfs, about 3/8 of a mile above Westminster bridge, entrance op. Vine street
Freemasons Charity Sohool, Westminster Bridge Road, St Georges Fields, between Duke St and Charles St a few doors on the R. from the Obelisk towards Westminster bridge.
Freemasons Tavern and Hall, at 62, Great Queen st, Lincolns inn fields, about sixteen doors on the L. from the N. W. corner of Lincolns inn fields.
Free School Street, Horselydown, the E. continuation of Tooley St keeping the centre, viz. between Back street and Fair St and extends to New St Dock head.
French Alley, Goswell Street, at 21, about fifteen doors S. from Old St leading into Bembers Rents and Golden lane.
French Alley, Pesthouse Row, St Lukes, the third on the L. a few doors from the W. side St Lukes hospital, extending from op. Peerless pool to Ironmonger row.
French Alley, Shoreditch, at 150, nearly op. the Jane Shore, it leads to Norfolk Place and the Curtain road.
French Chapel, Threadneedle St between numbers 51 and 53, near Broad street and facing Finch lane.
French Chapel, St John Street, Spitalfields, at 14, on the N. side, that number of houses on the L. from 105, Brick lane.
French Chapel, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, on the W. side, the corner of Church St about 1/4 of a mile o the L. from Whitechapel.
French Court, Threadneedle Street, is between 51, Threadneedle street and 84, Old Broad street about seven or eight doors on the L. from the Royal Exchange.
French Court, Great Hermitage Street, Wapping, at 47, about the middle of the N. side.
French Hospital, Pesthouse Row, Old Street, St Lukes, a few doors on the L. from the W. end of St Lukes hospita, and op. Peerless pool.
French Row, Bethnal Green, the second N. parallel to part of Green St about 1/3 of a mile E. from the Green, it extends from Bonner St to Cross street
French Row, City Road. See Bath Street and Ratcliffe Row.
French Yard, Bowling Green Lane, Clerkenwell, the second on the R. from op. the workhouse, Coppice row, towards Corporation row, St John street
French Horn Yard, Crutched Friars, at 26, a few doors on the R. from 64, Mark lane, or about six doors W. from Savage gardens.
Fresh Wharf, Lower Thames St two doors on the R. from the church, at the end of London bridge.
Friars Alley, Upper Thames Street, at 82, nearly op, Dowgate hill, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from London bridge, leading to Dowgate wharf and the Thames.
Friars Street and Courts, See Fryer.
Friars Street, Blackfriars Road. See Higglers Lane.
Friary, St James's Palace, the E. end, being a few yards on the R. from Pall mall towards St James's Park.
Friday Street, Cheapside, at 37, the second on the R. from St Pauls church yard, it extends to Old Fish street two doors from Bread street hill.
Friday Street (Little), at 42 in the last, the second on the L. from Cheapside, it extends to 22, Bread street
Friends Place, Kings Bench Walk, Bennetts Row, Blackfriars Road, a few houses on the W. side adjoining Bennetts Row.
Friendly Institution, for the cure of Cancers, &c. Kent Road, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, nearly op. Rodneys Buildings.
Friendly Place, Castle Street, Finsbury Square, is two doors on the R. from Paul St towards the City road, extending to Paradise street.
Friendly Place, Vine Street, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, about 1/10 of a mile on the R. from Belvedere brewery, towards Neptune place, Cartiss halfpenny hatch, and the New cut, Lambeth marsh.
Friendly Place, Kent Road, forms apart of the S. side, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. below the Bricklayers arms.
Friendly PI ace, Chapel Street, St Georges in the East, is near the E. end of it, between Mary street and Duke street
Friendly Row, Old Gravel Lane, St Georges in the East, at 101, the second on the R. a few doors from 66, Ratcliffe highway.
Frith Street, Soho, at the S. W. corner of Soho square, it intersects Old Compton street at 48, and extends to 52, King street
Frog Island, Nightingale lane, Limehouse, is at the N. end, near the New cut on the N. side Pools ropewalk.
Frogwell Court, Charterhouse Lane, the first on the R. a few doors from 100, St John street, West Smithfield, it leads to 3, Fox court, and Long Lane.
Frosts Alley, Old Montague Street, Whitechapel, is a few doors on the L. east from Osborn street late Pipemakers alley.
Fryers Alley, Upper Thames Street. See Friar.
Frys Alley, Middle Turning, Shadwell, the first on the R. about seven doors from 67, Shakespears walk, or a few yards on the L. from 10, Spring street
Fryers Court, Fryers Hill, Great Hermitage. Street, Wapping, is a few doors on the R. from 41, Great Hermitage street or two doors from Redmaid lane.
Fryers Court, Great Tower Hill, or Trinity Square, at 48, the E. side, two or three doors S. from Coopers row.
Fryers Hill, Great Hermitage Street, Wapping, at 41, about the middle of the N. side, it leads to Red maid lane, by the London dock.
Fryers Street, Shoemakers Row, Blackfriars, the first pn the L. about seven doors from Creed lane, Ludgate street extending to Ireland yard.
Frying Pan Alley, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, the second on the L. a few doors from ClerkenwelL green towards Cow cross.
Frying Pan Alley, Petticoat Lane, the first on the L. from Widegate St Bishop igate, or about six doors S. from Artillery place, (Smock alley) extending to Bell lane.
Frying Pan Alley, Princes Street, Lambeth, the second on the R. about twelve doors from Broad St towards Vauxhall, it extends to Fore street.
Frying Pan Alley, Maze, Borough, the third on the L. about ten doors from 195, Tooley St leading into Kings head yard.
Frying Pan Alley, High Street, Borough at 287, the third on the R. a few doors fromLondon bridge, it leads to Green dragon yard.
Fullbrooks Buildings, North Street, Pentonville, is about ten doors on the R. from the Turnpike, at the bottom of the hill towards the fields.
Fullers Alms Houses, Mile End Road, on the N. side, about eighteen doors below Red cow lane, or 1/4 of a mile on the L. east from the Turnpike, nearly op. Stepney green.
Fullers Alms Houses, Hoxton Town, on the W. side, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Old street road.
Fullers Alms Houses, Gloucester Street, Hoxton, about the middle of the S. side of the said street.
Fullers Court, Upper East Smithfield, at 35, about twenty one doors on the L. from the New Mint, E. side of Tower hill.
Fullers Rents, Princes Street, Westminster, is five doors on the L. from Tothill St by the Abbey towards St James's Park.
Fullers Rents, Poplar. See Fowler.
FulIer Street, Church Street Bethnal Green, at 115, about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from 65, Shoreditch.
Fuller Street, Hare Street, Bethnal Green, at 37, the third on the L. about 1/7 of a mile from 110, Brick lane.
Fullwoods Rents, High Holborn, at 33, nearly op. Chancery lane, leading into Field court and Gray s inn square.
Furnivals Inn, Holborn, at 135, N. side, about six doors W. from Leather lane and near y of a mile on the R. from Fleet market.
Furnivals Inn Court, Holborn, at 137, on the W. side Furnivals inn, two doors from Brook street
Furnivals Inn Gardens, Holborn, on the N. side of Furnivals inn.
Fye Foot Lane, Upper Thames Street. See Five Foot.


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