London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

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

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

Gainsford street, Horselydown, at 31, Horselydown lane, about ten doors on the R. from Back St E. end of Tooley street it extends to Shad Thames, St Saviour's dock.
Galley Quay, Lower Thames Street, the first E. from the Custom house or. the third W. from Tower hill, it is about 3/10 of a mile below London bridge.
Gardens, Webb Street, Maze, Borough, the first on the R. a few doors from 249, Bermondsey street.
Garden Court, Middle Temple Lane, Fleet Street, the third on the R. from 6, Fleet St by Temple bar towards the Thames, being on the S. side of Fountain court.
Garden Court, Baldwin's Gardens, Leather Lane, Holborn, at 15, about the middle of the S. side, viz. between 77, Leather lane, and 31, Gray's inn lane.
Garden Court, Great Turnstile, Holborn, at 10, on the E. side, nine doors on the L. from 283, High Holborn, by the N. E. corner of Lincoln's inn fields.
Garden Court, Hull Street, St John's Row or Ratcliffe Row, St Luke's, at the N. end on the R. behind Garden terrace.
Garden Court, Petticoat Lane, the second on the L. about fourteen doors from 41, Aldgate High street, leading to Gravel lane and 148, Houndsditch.
Garden Court, Risby's Rope Walk, Limehouse, about the middle of the N. side, entering from Narrow street about three doors on the L. below Mr. Turner's house.
Garden Court, George Yard, Whitechapel, the first on the R. a few doors from 88, Whitechapel High street, or the first on the L. from Wentworth street in the op. direction.
Garden Court, Hare Court, Aldersgate Street, the first on the L. from 62, Aldersgate street towards Paul's alley and Red cross street
Garden Court, Lee's Court, St Catherine's Lane, on the N. side, leading to Garden St Helmet court, and to 30, Butcher Row, Lower East Smithfield.
Garden Court or Row, Mason Street, Lambeth, the first on the L. a few doors from 30, Bridge road, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge.
Garden Court, Garden Row, London Road, St George's Fields, at 10, about the middle of the E. side, leading into Union street
Garden Place, Chicksand Street, Mile End New Town, the first on the L. a few yards from 16, High St entering by 50, Whitechapel road.
Garden Place, Vine Street, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, is a few yards on the L. from the S. end of Vine street by the Belvedere brewery, towards Curtis's halfpenny hatch.
Garden Place, Blackman Street, Borough, at 59, by the Stones end, nearly op. the King's Bench, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from London bridge .
Garden Place, Newington or St George's Fields, at the back or W. side of the Fishmongers almshouses, op. the Elephant and Castle, entering by Temple street, Prospect place.
Garden Place, Walworth High Street or Road, forms part of the W. side, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from the Elephant and Castle, and is situate between Cross street and Hampton street
Garden Row, Chelsea, on the E. side the Hospital wall, being the continuation of Franklin's row, extending from Turks row towards the King's Road.
Garden Row, Hoopers Court, Brompton, is a few doors on the R. from 2, Queen's buildings, near Knightsbridge.
Garden row, Vineyard Gardens, Clerkenwell, the first on the R. from Bowling green lane, Coppice row, it leads to 20, Rosamond St through the Red lion public house.
Garden Row, Brick Lane, St Luke's at 43, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from 113, Old street, three or four doors S. from St John's road.
Garden Row, Old Street Road, forms part of the S. side, between St Agnes le Clair and the Curtain road, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Garden Row, Stangate Street, Lambeth, at 12, about the middle of the S. side, nearly op. Mason street from 30, Bridge road.
Garden Row, Duke Street, St George's Fields, the second on the R. a few doors from Westminster bridge road, near the Obelisk.
Garden Row, London Road, St George's Fields, the second on the R. about sixteen doors from the Obelisk towards the Elephant and Castle, it leads on the E. side the Philanthropic reform to Prospect place.
Garden Row, Walworth High Street or Road, at the back of Garden place, two or three doors N. from Hampton St near of a mile on the R. from the Elephant and Castle.
Garden Row, Snow's Fields, Borough, the third on the L. from 138, Bermondsey street leads into Palmer's Rents.
Garden Street (Great), St Catherine's Lane, is the fourth or fifth on the L. from 50, Upper East Smithfield by Tower hill, leading to Helmet court and 30, Butcher row.
Garden Street (Great), Whitechapel Road, at 50, on the N. side, being the fourth on the L. and near 1/8 of a mile below Whitechapel church, it leads to High street.
Garden Terrace, Hull Street, St John's Row or RatclifFe Row, St Luke's, at the N. end, on the R. from St John's Row, facing the Market garden.
Garden Walk, Willow Walk, Curtain Road, Shoreditch, the first on the R. a few doors from Charlotte street it returns to Willow walk again, near Tabernacle square.
Gardner's Lane, York Street, Westminster, the third on the L. from Queen square, extending to Little Chapel street, on the W. side St Margaret's burying ground.
Gardner's Lane, King Street, Westminster, the fifth on the R. 3/8 of a mile from Charing cross towards the Abbey, it extends to 3, Duke street and is the first S. parallel to Charles street
Gardner's Lane,High Timber Street, Upper Thames Street, about the middle of the S. side, entering by 42, Upper Thames St about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from Blackfriars bridge.
Garlick Kill, Upper Thames Street, at 190, about the middle of the N. side, it is also the continuation of Bow lane from 48, Cheapside.
Garmouth Row, Rodney Row, Kent Road, is the S. end of it, leading into Locks fields, Walworth, entering by the fifth on the R. 1/4 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle.
Garter Court, Barbican, at 36, about four or five doors on the R. from Red cross sr. or from Golden lane towards Aldersgate street.
Gascoigne Place, Crabtree Row, Bethnal Green, the first on the R. about fourteen doors from Hackney road, it extends to Castle street behind Shoreditch church.
Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, at the N. W. corner by Great Queen street, it extends to Little Turnstile and to 210, High Holborn.
Gate Yard, America Square, Minories, is behind 8, the S. E. corner of America square, facing Hanover court from 109 on the W. side the Minories.
Gatward's Buildings, Hill Street, Finsbury, is on the S. side, and the first on the R. about six doors from 9, Windmill street
Gaywood Street, London Road, St George's Fields, the second on the L. from the Elephant and Castle towards the Obelisk, it extends to Prospedt place, West square.
Gazette Office, Printer Street, New Street, Shoe Lane, the eleventh door on the L. from 88, Shoe lane, along New St or the first house from Goldsmiths row, in the op. direction.
Gee Street, Goswell Street, St Luke's, at 52, the first on the R. about seventeen doors N. from Old St it extends to Brick lane.
General Agency Office, at 34, Great George St Westminster, the fourth door on the L. from the Park towards the Bridge.
General Dispensary, Aldersgate Street, op. 150, in thesaid street, about eight or ten doors S. from Jewin street
General Evening Post, Newspaper Office, at 28, Paternoster Row, a few doors on the L. from Ave Maria lane towards Cheapside.
George Alley, Field Lane, Holborn, the first on the L. from 81, Holborn hill, & nearly op. Chick lane, it leads into Union court or yard.
George Alley, Fleet Market, at 70, about the middle of the W. side extending to 28 Shoe lane.
George Alley, Lombard Street, at 52, on the N. side, about eleven doors on the R. from Gracechurch street.
St George's Buildings, Hoxton Square, at the N W. corner, between numbers 13 and 14, in the said square.
St George's Chapel, George Street, Chelsea, a few doors from the S. E. corner of Sloane square towards Royal Hospital row.
St George's Church, Hanover Square, about twelve doors on the L. in George St from the S. side of the square, towards Piccadilly.
St George's Church, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, is near of a mile on the R. from the S. side of Bloomsbury square towards St Giles's.
St George the Martyr's Church, Queen Square, at the S. W. corner or the N. end of Gloucester street from Theobalds road.
St George'sChurch, Botolph Lane, a few doors on the R. from 16, Little Eastcheap, or twelve doors on the L. from 111, Lower Thames street
St George's Church in the East, about eight doors on the R. in Cannon street from 113, Ratcliffe highway.
St George's Church, High Street, Borough, is near 1/2 a mile on the L. from London bridge, and rather more from the Elephant and Castle in the op. direction.
George Court, Perkin's Rents, Great Peter Street, Westminster, about the middle of the E. side, six doors on the L. from 48, Old Pye street
George Court, Great St Ann's Street or Lane. Westminster, about the middle of the E. side, facing Old Pye street
George Court Strand, at 50, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. being that number of houses from Charing cross, it is about twelve doors E. from Buckingham street and leads into Duke street, Adelphi.
George court, Piccadilly, at 40, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. and that number of houses from the Haymarket, it is nearly op. St James's church.
George Court, South Molton Streer, Grosvenor Square, at 55, the first on the L., from 294, Oxford street leading into Haunch of Venison yard, Brook street and New Bond street
George Court, Dor et Street, Whitefriars, at 66, the last on the R. from 82, Fleet St a few yards N. from the New River office.
George Court, Water Lane, Fleet Street, the fourth on the R.from 67, Fleet street a few yards N. from Whitefriars dock.
George Court, Crown Street, Soho, the third on the R. from the E. end of Oxford street or from St Giles's, it is nearly op. Denmark court.
George Court, George Yard, Hatton Wall, at the N. E. corner, behind 9, Little Saffron hill.
George Court, Rupert Street, Coventry Street, Haymarket, at 14, on the E. side, the first on the R. from 6, Coventry street, extending to Princes street, Soho.
George Court, Cross Street, Carnaby Market, four doors on the L. from 18, King St Golden. square, the same distance on the R. from 13, Carnaby street
George Court, George Alley, Field Lane, Holborn Bridge, the middle of the S. side of it. See George Alley.
George Court, Bennett's Hill, Doctors Commons, at 5, about the middle or the W. side, viz. between 217, Upper Thames street and Godliman street, St Paul's church yard,
George Court, Old Fish Street Hill, Upper Thames Street, is behind 204, Upper Thames St about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from Blackfriars bridge.
George Court, St John's Lane, West Smithfield, the second on the L. ten doors from St Johns street it leads to Red lion street, Benjamin street and Turnmill street, Clerkenwell.
George Court, Stqney Lane, Petticoat lane, Whitechapel, is two or three doors on the R. from nearly op. Wentworth street, Petticoat lane.
St George's Court, John Street, Cannon nreet Road, St George's in the Last, the second on the R. from op. Upper Chapman St it is two or three doors E. of Samuel street and extends to William street
George Court, George Street, Mile End New Town, is two or three doors on the L. south from Chicksand street towards Black lion yard, Whitechapel.
George Court, White Street, Borough, at 35, the fourth on the R. about 1/8 of a mile from St George's church, two or three doors from Long lane, Bermondsey.
George Court, Shad Thames, Horselydown, is two or three doors W. from George stairs and Thomas street about 5 or a mile below London bridge.
St George's Fields, Southwark, a large district in the parish of St George, about 1/2 a mile square, of which the Obelisk, Blackfriars road, is nearly in the centre.
St George's Gardens, Webber Row, St George's Fields, apart of the S. side, adjoining Duke St say the last on the R. in Duke street from Westminster bridge road, near the Obelisk.
St, George's Hospital, Knightsbridge, the first house on the L. a few yards from the turnpike, Hyde park corner, on the Knightsbridge road.
George Inn, Haymarket, at 67, about nine doors on the L. from the Opera house.
George & Blue Boar Inn, Holborn, at 270, High Holborn, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from Fleet market, nearly op. Red lion street
George Inn, West Smithfield, behind 16, on the W. side, about eight doors N. from Hosier lane.
George Inn, Aldermanbury, behind 22, about eighteen doors on the L. from London wall, op. Addle street
George Inn, Borough High Street, behind 70, that number of doors on the Left, about 1/5 mile from London bridge.
George Inn, Snow Hill, behind 82, about six doors from Fleet market towards Smithfield.
George Coach Office, Old Bailey, on the W. side, about twelve doors on the R. from Skinner St or Snow hill.
George and Gate Coach Office, at 15, Gracechurch street eight doors on the L. north from Lombard street
St George's Crescent, St George's Fields, is six houses on the S. side the Obelisk, facing Blackfriars road, uniting the London road with the Lambeth road.
George Lane, Pudding Lane, Eastcheap, about five doors on the L. from 5, Little Eastcheap, it leads to 8, Botolph lane.
St George's Mall, Westminster Bridge Road, St George's Fields, the second on the L. about 1/5 of a mile from the Obelisk towards the Bridge, it extends to Waller place.
St George's Market, St George's Fields, the third on the R. in the London road from the Elephant and Castle towards the Obelisk, or the second On the R. in Market street from the Borough road.
St George's New Town, St George's Fields, situate between the London road, and Prospect place, facing the Elephant and Castle.
St George's Parade (Old), North Audley St Grosvenor Square, at 12, op. Green St seven doors on the L. from 263, Oxford street
St George's Passage, St George's Market, St George's Fields, at the N. E. corner, leading to Brick street and the Borough road.
George Passage, Pelham Street, Spitalfields, at 30, about the middle of the N. side, or nine doors on the L. from 62, Brick lane.
George Place, George Row, Neat Houses, Chelsea, the first turning under the archway from the bridge at Pimlico near Ranelagh walk.
St George's Place, New Road, St George's in the East, a part of the S. side, commencing at Cannon street by the turnpike, and extending to Back lane.
St George's Place, Blackfriars Road, forms part of the E. side, extending from Surrey chapel to Surrey row, near 1/3 of a mile on the L. from the bridge.
St George's Place, Duke Street, St George's Field , at the N. end of it, from Westminster bridge road by the Obelisk, or the continuation of Barons buildings to Tower street
George Place, White Street, Borough, at 37, N. side, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from St George's church, by Long lane, Bermondsey.
St George's Place, Walworth High Street or Road, on the W. side, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from the Elephant and Castle, by Amelia street
George Place, Paradise Row, Chelsea, nearly op. the Physic gardens, or the first on the L. from Cheyne walk towards the hospital.
St George's Road, St George's Fields, commences at the Elephant and Castle, leads by West square, to Waller place and Lambeth chapel, near 1/2 a mile in length.
St George's Row, Neat Houses, Chelsea, the first row of houses over the bridge, at Pimlico, by Ranelagh walk, leading towards the Thames.
George Row, City Road, on the S. side, about 5/8 of a mile on the L. from Finsbury sq. entering by Nelson St or it is a few doors on the L. in Ratcliffe Row from Pitman's buildings.
St George's Row, Uxbridge Road, forms part of the N. side, about of a mile on the R. from Tyburn turnpike.
St George's Row, Blackfriars Road, the fifth on the R. about 2/5 of a mile from Blackfriars bridge, it leads to the Pleasant retreat.
St George's Row, Westminster Bridge Road , St George's Fields. See Tower Street.
George's Row, Bermondsey, the first on the R. below Mill stairs, Dock head, about 7/8 of a mile from London bridge, it leads to the Neckinger turnpike, Parker's row.
George's Row, York Street, Locks Fields, Walworth, the first on the L. from the S. end of Pitt street, Kent road, towards East lane.
George's Row . Buildings, City Road, is on the W. side of George's row, and E. side of Pitman's buildings, Ratcliffe row.
St George's Square, St George's Mall, St George's Fields, on the E. side, between Waller's place, Lambeth road, and Melina place, Westminster bridge road.
George Stairs, Shad Thames, Horselydown, at the N. end of Thomas st entering by Gainsford street or Three Oak lane, is near 1/4 of a mile below London bridge, and op. St Catherine's.
George Stairs, Greenland Dock, is about of a mile below the said dock, adjoining the N. side of Dudman's yard, near 3 1/2 miles below London bridge by the line of the river.
George St (Upper), Sloane Square, Chelsea, at the N. E. corner, leading to Sloane street about 5/8 of a mile on the L. from Knightsbridge.
George Street (Lower), Sloane Square, Chelsea, at the S. E. corner, facing the last described, and leading to Royal Hospital row.
George Street (Little) .Lower Sloane Street, Chelsea, the first on the L. about eighteen doors S. from Sloane square, extending to Lower George street
George Street, James Street, Westminster, at the E. end of it, the first S. parallel to the W. end of York street, leading into Little Chapel street
George Street (Great), Westminster, the fifth street on the R. from Charing cross towards the Abbey, or the continuation of Bridge street extending from King street to St James's Park.
George Street (Little), Westminster, at 12, Great George street being that number of houses on the R. from St James's Park.
George Street, Adelphi, Strand, the continuation of George court from 50, in the Strand, extending from Duke St to the Thames.
George Street, St James's Square, at the S. W. corner, between numbers 43 and 44, N. side Pall mall.
George Street (Upper), Edgware Road, at 60, the fourth on the R. about 1/4 of a mile from Tyburn turnpike, being the W. continuation of George St Portman square.
George Street, Portman Square, is parallel to the N. side of it, or is the W. continuation of Charles street, Manchester square leading by Upper George St to the Edgware road.
George Street (Little), Portman Square, at 32, in the last described, between Gloucester street or place and Baker St it extends to King street
George Street, Great Portland St Marylebone, the first E. parallel to part of it, viz. from 34 to 53, it extends from 28, Queen Ann street East, to 23, Upper Marylebone street
George Street, Oxford Street or Grosvenor Square, at 276, Oxford St the third on the R. 1/4 of a mile from Park lane and near a mile on the L. from St Giles's in the op. direction.
George Street, Hanover Square, about the middle of the S. side, extending to 25, Conduit street, about six doors from 22, New Bond street
George Street, Tottenham Court, Tottenham Court Road, on the E. side the turnpike, being the first on the L. from Hampstead road towards Sommers town.
George Street or Queen Street, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, at 43, W. end of Hart St extending to Little Russell street
George Street, Britannia Street, Gray's Inn Lane, about six doors on the R. from 7, Constitution Row, near 3/4 of a mile on the R. from Holborn, leading to Pentonville.
George Street, Foster Lane, Cheapside, at 28, the first on the L. about twelve doors from 148, Cheapside, it leads to Dean's court and to 50, St Martin's le Grand.
George Street, Mansion House, on the E. side, extending from Lombard 1 1. to Bearbinder lane.
George Street, Shoreditch High Street, at 208, W. side, about 3/4 of a mile on the L. north from Cornhill, and fifteen doors S. from Holywell lane, it leads to Three cup alley.
George Street (Little), Bethnal Green, at the N. W. corner of the Green, near Patriot square, about 1 1/8 of a mile from 65 Shoreditch.
George Street (Great), Bethnal Green, extends from Little George St towards Hackney road. See the last described.
George Street, Bethnal Green, or Spitalfields, the first E. parallel to part of Brick lane, say from 67 to 105, it extends from Carter street op. Hanbury's brewery to St John street
George Street, Spitalfields, the first W. parallel to part of Brick lane, say from 200 to 213, or the first on the R. in Wentworth street, from Osborn street, Whireehapel, extending to Flower and Dean street
George Street, Great Tower hill or Trinity Square, on the N. side, being the street behind Postern row, leading towards the Minories.
Georges Street, Minories, at 142, W. side, the first on the R. about twenty doors from Aldgate church, extending to 25, Jewry street
George Street, Mile End New Town, the first W, parallel to High street intersecting Chicksand street or it is op. Black lion yard from 38 Whitechapel road.
St George's Street, St George's Fields. See Tower street
George Street, Blackfriars Road, the sixth on the L. 3/4 of a mile from Blackfriars bridge, or W : second on the. R. a few doors from Surrey chapel.
George Street (New). Blackfriars Road, the E. end of the last described
George Street, Great Suffolk Street, Borough, the fourth on the R. 1/6 of a mile from 80 Blackman street, near the King's Bench, it leads to Cannon street, Lombard street and the Mint.
George Street, Greenland Dock, on the N. side Dudman's yard, about 1/8 of a mile below Greenland dock, extending from George stairs to Grove street
St George's Terrace, Commercial Road, the third on the L. a few doors from Cannon street road towards Whitechapel, and the first W. from Humberston street
St George's (Hanover Square), Workhouse, between 101 and 102. on the S. side of Mount street, Berkeley sq. nearly op. Charles street from the S. E. corner of Grosvenor square
St George's Workhouse, Princes Street, Old Gravel Lane, St George's in the East, on the E. side, at the back of the Iron foundry, near 27, Old Gravel lane.
George Yard, Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, at 39, the third on the R. from 270 Oxford street, three doors from the square, it leads into George street
George Yard or Court, Haymarket, at 68, W. side, about nine doors on the L. from the Opera house.
George Yard, Titchborne Street, Haymarket or Piccadilly, is four doors on the R. from Great Windmill St or from Coventry street
George Yard, Piccadilly, at 32, two doors W. from Engine St about 5/8 of a mile on the R. from the Haymarket.
George Yard, Princes Street, Soho, at 14, E. side, between King street and Gerrard street, leading to Macclesfield street
George Yard, Coal Yard, Drury Lane, a few door c on the L. from 185, near Broad street, St Giles's, and High Holborn.
George Yard, Little Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, at 30, a few doors on the L. from 223, High Holborn.
George Yard, Leather Lane, Holborn, at 80, four doors S. from Baldwin's Gardens and about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from 129, Holborn hill.
George Yard, Hatton Wall, Hatton Garden, Holborn, is two doors on the L. east from Hatton garden, leading to 9, Little Saffron hill.
George Yard, High Street, Islington, the second on the R. a few doors from the City road, nearly op. the Angel Inn.
George Yard, Upper Thames Street, at 37, about { of a mile on the R. from Blackfriars bridge, nearly op. Lambeth hill.
George Yard, Seacoal Lane, Fleet Lane, the first on the L. about nine doors from 40, Fleet lane, towards Snow hill.
George Yard, Old St St Luke's, at 108, ab uit twelve doors W. from the church and nearly op. Golden lane.
George Yard, Golden Lane, St Luke's, a few doors on the R. from Barbican, or six door S. from Playhouse yard and nearly op. Cupid's court.
George Yard, Bow Lane, Cheapside, at 47, by the church, eight doors on the L. from 59, Cheapside, it leads to Well court and Queen street
George Yard, Lombard Street, at 56, N. side, about fourteen doors on the R. from 23, Gracechurch street, it lends to St Michael's alley and 41 Cornhill.
George Yard, Coleman Street, Lothbury, at 56, E. side, adjoining Great Bell alley, twelve doors on the R. from the N. end of the Old Jewry.
George Yard, Whitechapel High Street, at 88, nearly op. the church, or the second W. from Osborn St. it extends to Wentworth St Spitalfields.
George Yard, Fore Street, Lambeth, about twelve doors on the L. south from the church and three or four doors N. from Harpur's walk.
George Yard (Little), Red cross Street, Borough, at 47, on the E. side, about six doors S. from Adam's place and about the same distance N. from Peter St Mint.
George Yard (Old), Kent Street, Borough, at the back of 241, about I of a mile on the R. from St George's church, nearly op. Woolpack yard.
George Yard (New), Kent Street, Borough, at the back of the last described from 211, Kent street
George and Catherine Wheel Yard, Bishopsgate Without, at 80, ten doors on the R. north from Union St leading into Mason's court, Montague court, and Spital square.
George and Catherine Wheel Inn, Bishopsgate. See the last article.
German Chapel, Savoy, Strand, on the S. side, by the Thames, entrance by 125, in the Strand, op. Exeter change.
German Chapel, Trinity Lane, about six doors on the L. west from Bow lane, Cheapside, being the corner of Little Trinity lane.
German Chapel, Little Ayliffe Street, Goodman's Fields, the second door on the L. from Red lion street, Whitechapel.
German Chapel, Brown's Lane, Spitalfields, between numbers 8 and 9, three doors E. from Wood St and about eight ditto on the L. from op. 55, Brick lane.
German School, Savoy, a few yards S. from behind 124, in the Strand, nearly op. Exeter change, towards the Thames.
German and English School, Little Ayliffe Street, Goodman's Fields, at 26, a few doors on the L. east from Red lion street or from Leman street.
Gerrard's Hall Inn, Basing Lane, on the S. side, the third door on the R. from 10, Bread street, Cheapside.
Gerrard Street,Princes Street,Soho, at 13, the second on the R. about thirteen doors N. from Coventry St it extends to Little Newport street and Grafton street, Seven dials.
Gibb's Yard, Mount Street, Berkeley Square, at 111, about eighteen doers on the L. from the N. W. corner of the square, it leads into Farm street
Gibbon's Court, New Lane, Horselydown, about seven doors on the L. from 32, E. end of Gainsford St towards Horselydown stairs.
Gibbon's Rents, Bermondsey St, at 26, being that number of houses on the L. from Tooley street, it leads to Magdalen street and 149, Tooley street
Gibraltar Fields, Bethnal Green a district now chiefly built upon, situate between the middle of Church street and Birdcage walk.
Gibraltar Place, Gibraltar Row, St George's Fields, at 20 , the second on the L. a few doors from Prospect place towards Pleasant row.
Gibraltar Row, Prospect place, St George's Fields, the fourth on the L. 1/7 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle, towards Lambeth, or the first E. from West square it leads to Pleasant row.
Gibraltar Walk, Church Street, Bethnal Green, entrance at 73, the fifth on the L. near 1/3 of a mile from 65, Shoreditch, it extends to Birdcage walk.
Gibson's Court, Marylebone Street, Piccadilly, at 39, the second on the L. from the Haymarket, it leads to Castle street and Air street
Gibson's Court, Horselydown. See Gibbon's.
Gilbert's Buildings, Vauxhall, nearly op, Messrs. Fasset and Burnett's, Vinegar manufaclory, extending to the W. side of the gardens.
Gilbert's Buildings, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, on the N. side, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from the Obelisk, extending from Tower St to nearly op. the Asylum.
Gilbert's Buildings, Baron's Buildings, St George's Fields, the continuation of the said buildings on the R. to Tower St
Gilbert's Court, Tower Street, St George's Fields, at 29, N. side, nearly op. Duke St it leads to Apollo buildings and Gloucester St
Gilbert's Passage, Clare Market, about the middle of the N. E. side, leading to Portugal St Lincoln's inn fields.
Gilbert Street, Clare Market, is the row of houses which forms the N. E. side of the said market.
Gilbert Street, Bloomsbury, the first S. parallel to part of Great Russell street, say from 49 to 65, extending from Queen St to Bury St
St Giles's Alms Houses, Smart's Buildings, Drury Lane, the continuation of the said buildings from 183, High Holborn.
St Giles's Church, High Street, St Giles's, on the S. side, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from High Holborn towards Oxford St
St Giles's Church, Cripplegate, near the N. end of Wood St from 122, Cheapside or the W. end of Fore St from Moorfields.
St Giles's Workhouse, at 55, Broad St St Giles's, about ten doors on the L. from Drury Iane or from the W. end of Holborn.
Gilliam's Court, Hickman's Folly, Dock Head, the second on the L. from Mill St or from Dock head towards Rotherhithe, it leads into London St
Gilham's Court, Rotherhithe, the second on the R. a few doors be low Cherry garden stairs, it leads to Mill pond bridge, about six doors from West lane.
Gilham's Fields, Worship Street, Finsbury, on the N. side, the first on the R. about six doors from the Curtain road towards Paul St
Gill Street, Commercial Road, Limehouse, the second on the R. a few doors below the church, or the first E. parallel to Three colt St extending to Gun lane.
Giltspur Street, Newgate Street, the last on the R. from Cheapside, or the N. continuation of the Old Bailey, extending from Snowhill to West Smithfield.
Giltspur Street Compter, the large stone fronted building on the R. from Newgate St towards Smithfield.
Gimber's Rents, Snow's Fields, Borough, about the middle of the N. side of that part of it which is between Weston St and 239, Bermondsey St
Gingerbread Alley, Queen Street, RatclifFe, the first on the R. a few doors below London St it leads into Narrow St
Gingerbread Court, Lamb's Alley, Bishopsgate Without, the first on the R. a few yards from 144, Bishopsgate St on the N. side of Sun St
Girdler's Aims Houses, Pesthouse Row, St Luke's, about eight doors on the L. from Old street, by St Luke's hospital.
Girdler's Hall, Basinghall Street, between 38 and 40, on the E. side, about twelve doors on the L. from London wall.
Glasgow Wharf, Lower East Smithfield, a few doors E. from Hermitage bridge, op. Burr St and near 1/4 of a mile below London bridge by the line of the river.
Glasshouse Alley, Temple Street, Whitefriars, the first on the R. a few yards W. from Whitefriars dock, or at the back of the houses which form the W. side of Water lane, Fleet St
Glasshouse Court, Mutton lane, Clerkenwell, is two or three doors on the R. from the N. W. corner of Clerkenwell green near the Sessions house.
Glasshouse Court, Glasshouse Yard, Goodman's Yard, Minories, at the entrance of the said yard. See Glasshouse yard.
Glasshouse Court, Glasshouse Street, Vauxhall, at 17, the first on the R. two or three doors from the Terrace, Vauxhall walk towards the Thames.
Glasshouse Street, Swallow Street, Piccadilly, at 20, the second on the R. and that number from 43, Piccadilly, it extends to Marylebone St and Brewer St
Glasshouse Street, Vauxhall, is situate near the N. side the Gardens, extending from the Terrace, Vauxhall walk, to Princes St by the Thames.
Glasshouse Wharf, Cock. Hill, Ratclifie, is nearly op. Glasshouse yard, two or. three doors on the R. from High St Shad well, about two miles below London bridge, by the line of the river.
Glasshouse Yard, Blackfriars, on the E. side of Apothecaries hall, between Playhouse yard, Water lane, and Church entry.
Glasshouse Yard, Goswell Street, is the N. parallel to a part of it, entrance by 108, nearly op. Fan street
Glasshouse Yard, Goodman's Yard, Minories, the first on the R. a few doors from 60, in the Minories, it leads to Princes St and Rosemary lane.
Glasshouse Yard, Sampson's Gardens, Wapping, the second on the R. in Redmaid's lane from Hermitage yard towards the London dock.
Glasshouse Yard, Gravel Lane, Borough, the second on the R. a few doors N. from Duke street and nearly op. George street from Blackfriars road.
Glasshouse Yard, Borough Market, the first on the R. from the W. end of York street towards St Saviour's Church.
Glasshouse Yard, Cock Hill, Ratcliffe, the first on the L. a few doors E. from High street, Shadwell, or from Bell wharf, it leads to Brook street
Glean Alley, Tooley Street, at 218, the fifth on the R. about of a mile from the bridge, it leads to Crown court and Daffey's Rents.
Globe Court, Fish Street Hill, at 22, op. the Monument, about four doors on the L. from Upper Thames street
Globe Court, Wapping Street, at 57, is about of a mile on the L. and fifty seven doors below Hermitage bridge, or two doors W from Globe street
Globe Court, King Street, Lambeth Walk, at the bottom of King street on the R. leading into Gray's walk.
Globe Court or Alley, Narrow St Limehouse, at 54, the second on the L. below the Draw bridge, it leads to Pleasant row, and the New cut.
Globe Court, Maid Lane, Borough , the fourth on the L. from Bank end or from the Clink, it leads to Globe walk, and Barclay and Perkins's brewery.
Globe House, Globe Place, Bethnal Green, a few doors on the L. from Green street towards Cambridge heath, Hackney road.
Globe Insurance Company 's Office, Cornhill, five doors on the R. from the Mansion house, extending through to Lombard street also at. 106, Pall mall, about six doors W. of Carlton house.
Globe Lane, Mile End Road, is near 1/2 a mile on the L. below the turnpike, it extends to Green street, Bethnal Green, and is near a mile in length.
Globe Newspaper Office, on the N. side of St Clement's church in the Strand, about A of a mile on the R. west from Temple bar, it adjoins the Angel Inn.
Globe Place, Bethnal Green, the N. continuation of Globc St on the L. leading towards Hackney road, being a part of the W. side of Back lane.
Globe Place, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth , part of the R. side, commencing near the Marsh gate, and extending towards the bridge.
Globe Stairs, Rotherhithe, by 192, Rotherhithe St about 2 1/4 of a mile below London bridge, by the line of the river and 1/4 of a mile E. from Rotherhithe church, it it op. Ratcliffe Cross.
Globe Stairs Alley, Rotherhithe, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. below the King and Queen, op. the stairs last described.
Globe. Street, Bethnal Green, is the N. continuation of Globe lane from Mile end, or is the first on the R. about of a mile E. from the Green.
Globe Street, Wapping, at 60, Wapping St about of a mile on the L. below Hermitage bridge, or the first street on the R. west from the London dock.
Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, at 132, N. side, about twenty two doors on the R. from Fleet market.
Globe Walk, Globe Court, Maid Lane, Borough, is the continuation of the said court to Barclay and Perkins's brewery.
Globe Yard, Lower Thames Street, at 58, op. the Custom house, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from London bridge, it is now occupied as a King's warehouse.
Gloucester Buildings, Brompton High Street or Road, forms part of the S. side, extending from Sloane street to Hooper's court or Queen's buildings.
Gloucester Buildings, Albion Place, Walworth, at the ,E. end, extending to Gloucester place or the continuation of Weymouth street, from the Kent road.
Gloucester Coffee House, Piccadilly, 3t 76, about the middle of the N. side, and the corner of Berkeley street
Gloucester Court, St James's Street, St James's, at 9, on the E. side, and is that number on the R. from the Palace, it extends to Crown court.
Gloucester Court, Whitecross Street, St Luke's, at 111, about the middle of the E. side, it leads into Pump court, Coleman street, and Bunhill row.
Gloucester Court (Little), White cross Street, St Luke's, at the E. end of the last described.
Gloucester Court, Curriers Row, Blackfriars, the third on the R. from Bristow St by St Andrew's hill, towards Ireland yard.
Gloucester House, Upper Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, at 33, eight doors on the R. from Park lane.
Gloucester Mews West, George Street, Portman Square, two or three doors on the R. west from Gloucester place and about the same distance E. from Montague Square.
Gloucester Mews North, New Road, Marylebone, behind 24, Gloucester place, on the S. side Jenkins's nursery, and Lord's cricket ground.
Gloucester Mews East, King Street, Portman Square, the second on the R. about fourteen doors W. from Baker St extending to Dorset street
Gloucester Mews, George Street, Portman Square. See Little Gloucester street
Gloucester Place, New Road, Marylebone, forms part of the N. side, extending from Alsop's buildings towards Lisson green, and op. Salisbury place and Cumberland place.
Gloucester Place, Portman Square, the N. continuation of Gloucester street from the N. W. corner of the square commencing at George street and leading towards the New road.
Gloucester Place, Holborn, at 147, N. side, about six doors E. from Gray's inn lane, nearly opposite Middle row, it leads into Fox court.
Gloucester Place, Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth, a few houses on the W. side of the said walk, adjoining Glasshouse St and the terrace, near Vauxhall gardens.
Gloucester Place, Walworth or Newington Butts, the E. continuation of Prospect row, from Walworth High St or road, or the last on the L. in Weymouth St from the Kent road.
Gloucester Place, Walworth Common, at the W. end of Westmoreland row, and the corner of Providence place, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Surrey square towards Camberwell road.
Gloucester Row, Gloucester Street, Hoxton, is parallel to the N. side of it, the entrance is by 1, at the W. end of the said street.
Gloucester Row, Curtain Road, Shoreditch, the second on the R. from Hog lane or Worship street and about eight or nine doors S. from Holy well lane.
Gloucester Street, Portman Square, at the N. W. corner of the square, extending to George street it is continued by Gloucester place towards the New road.
Gloucester Street (Little), George Street, Portman Square, at 32, about fifteen doors on the R. from Baker street it extends to King street.
Gloucester Street, New Road, Marylebone, the sixth on the R. about 1/4 of a mile E. from the Yorkshire stingo or the N. continuation of Gloucester place, Portman square, being the first W. parallel to Baker street
Gloucester Street, (Upper), New Road, Marylebone, Ls op. the last described or the first on the R. west from Baker street North.
Gloucester Street North, New Road, Marylebone, at l(i, Gloucester place, op. Quebec street the first street on the L. from the Yorkshire stingo, or the second W. from Baker street North.
Gloucester Street, Queen Square, Bloomsbury, at 43, the S. W. corner, extending to the W. end of Theobald's road, and leading to Kingsgate street, Holborn.
Gloucester Street, Hoxton Town, is about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Old st road, extending to Gloucester terrace, Haberdashers walk.
Gloucester Street, Mile End Old Town, the third W. parallel to part of Cannon street road, extending from 59, Charlotte street to the Commercial road.
Gloucester Street, Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from Lambeth butts toward, Vauxhall gardens, and about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from the N. side of the gardens.
Gloucester Street, Oakley Street, Lambeth, the first on the R. from Westminster bridge road, nearly op. the Asylum, leading to Union street and Tower street
Gloucester Terrace, Hoxton, the N. continuation of Haberdashers walk, on the R. about of a mile from Old St road, entering by Pitfield street.
Gloucester Terrace, Cannon Street Road, forms part of the W. side, it extends from the Commercial road to Charlotte St Whitechapel.
Glovers Hall Court, Beech Lane, Barbican, at 7, that number of doors on the L. from 3, Whitecross street, near Chiswell street
Goat Street, Free School Street, Horselydown, the second on the L. a few doors from the E. end of Tooley street, it leads to Broad street it also branches off to the R. leading to John street and Queen street
Goat Yard, Whitecross Street, St Luke's, at 163, the third on the R. about sixteen doors from op. the church, Old street and facing Banner street
Goat Yard, White Street, Borough, at 11, the second on the L. twelve doors from behind St George's church towards Long lane, Bermondsey.
Goat Yard, Blackman Street, Borough, at 25, nearly op. Old Lant street being the third on the L. and that number from the S. side of St George's church.
Godalmin or Godliman Street, Doctors Commons, the continuation of St Paul's chain from 14, the S. side St Paul's church yard, leading to Bennet's hill and to 217, Upper Thames street
Goddards Rents, Webb Square, Shoreditch, the continuation of the N. side of it, entering by 47, Shoreditch, it leads to 48, Wheeler street.
Godfrey's Court, Milk Street, Cheapside, at 24, the second on the L. about fourteen doors from 117, Cheapside.
Godfrey's Row, Mason Street, Lambeth, the second on the L. about ten or twelve doors from 30, Bridge road, and near the same distance from Stangate street
Godwins Court, St Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, at 55, three doors S. from New street it leads to 23, Bedfordbury.
Goff's Coal Wharf, Whitehall, near the bottom of Northumberland St from the Strand, the entrance is by Great Scotland yard, op. the Admiralty.
Gold or Gould's Hill, Shadwell High Street, at 97, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. below Shadwell church, it extends to Lower Shadwell by the side of the Thames.
Gold or Gould Square, Coopers Row, Tower Hill, the first on the L. from Jewry ht. or from Crutched friars towards Tower hill, and immediately behind the houses on the S. side of John St America square.
Gold Street, King Street, St George's in the East, the first on both the R. and L. about twenty doors from 30, New Gravel lane, it extends from Boarded entry to Pearl street
Golden Buildings, Strand, at 167, nearly op. the New church, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from Temple bar, and two or three doors W. from Surrey street
Golden Court, Golden Lane, St Luke's, on the W. side, four or five doors on the L. north from Turk's head court, and the fourth on the R. about twenty four doors from Old street
Golden Cross Inn, Charing Cross, on the N. side, two or three doors W. from St Martin's lane.
Golden Lane, St Luke's or Cripplegate, the second on the L. in Barbican from 77 Aldersgate street it is op. Red cross street and extends to Old street
Golden Place, Drury Lane, at 138, about the middle of the E. side, op. Duke's court, it leads into Great Wild street
Golden Place, Kennington Lane, is parallel to and immediately behind the houses in Chester place, extending from Market St to White Hart place by Kennington cross.
Golden Square, is about 1/7 of a mile N. from 28, Piccadilly, along Air St Francis street and John street or is 1/4 of a mile S. from 323, Oxford St along King street and Upper John street
Golden Fleece Court, Minories, the second door on the L. from Aldgate High street a few yards S. from Aldgate church.
Golden Fleece Yard, Tothill Street, Westminster, the fourth on the R. from the Abbey, or about 10 or 12 doors S. from Dartmouth, St in the op. direction.
Golden Hart Wharf, Upper Thames Street.at the bottom of Joiners hall lane, from 79, in the said street.
Golden Leg Court, Cheapside, at 66, three doors W. of Queen St or about seven ditto E. from Bow church.
Golden Lion Inn, St John Street, Clerkenwell, behind 111, on the E. side, the second inn and about ten doors on the R. north from Smithfield.
Golden Lion Yard, Gravel Lane, Borough, about the middle of the E. side, between Duke street and Maid lane, and facing Prices place, Edward street, Blackfriars road.
Golden Mine Court, Aldersgate Street, at 20, about four doors on the R. north from Falcon square.
Goldsmiths Alley, Charles Street, Drury Lane, a small narrow passage about eight doors on the R. from Newton St Holborn, it leads into Coal yard and Smart's buildings.
Goldsmiths Alms Houses, Hackney Road, on the W. or left side the foot way, from the Nag's head to London field, about 3/4 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Goldsmith Court, Great New Street, Fetter Lane, at 20, about twelve or fourteen doors on the L. from 20, Fetter lane along West Harding street
Goldsmiths Hall, Foster Lane, Cheapside, adjoins 16, and is that number on the R. from 147, Cheapside.
Goldsmiths Place. Hackney Road, on the N. side, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church, op. Birdcage walk, and leading towards London field, Hackney.
Goldsmith Row, East Harding Street, Fetter Lane. is the S. side of the said street, extending from 9, Great New street, to Gunpowder alley, Shoe lane.
Goldsmith Street, Gough Square, Fleet Street, at the N. W. corner, entrance by 145 Fleet street it extends to East Harding St three doors E. from Great New street, Fetter lane.
Goldsmith Street, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 124, about ten doors on the L. from 123 Cheapside, it extends to 7 Gutter lane.
Goldsworthy Row, Deptford Lower Road, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Paradise row, a little beyond the two mile stone from London bridge, nearly op. China halt,
Goodge Mreet, Tottenham Court Road, at 64, the third coach turning on the L. from Oxford street it extends to Newman St Middlesex hospital.
Goodman's Fields, Whitechapel, a large district situate E. of the Minories, W. of Church lane, N. of Rosemary lane, and S. of Whitechapel High street.
Goodman's Gardens, Palmer's Village, Westminster, the second on the L. from op. Artillery place, or from the N. side of Bridewell,
Goodman's Gardens, Hackney Road, is at the back of Middlesex place, about of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Goodman's Stile, Church Street, Whitechapel, the second on the R. a few door; from 72, Whitechapel High street, extending to Lambert street and Little Ayliffe street.
Goodman's Yard Minories, at 60, on the E. side about twenty two doors en the R. from' Sparrow corner, Tower hill, it extends to Mansel street and Prescot street
Goodwin and Powell's Wharf, Bermondsey or Rotherhithe wall, on the E. side of Fountain stair, about 1 1/4 of a mile from London bridge, by the line of the river.
Goose and Gridiron Coach Office, St Paul's Church Yard, behind 74, on the N. side, the corner of London House yard.
Goswell Place, Goswell Street Road, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from old street, and near the same distance on the L. from Islington, it leads to Charles street, Northampton terrace, and the City road.
Goswell Street, St Luke's or Clerkenwell, is the N. continuation of Aldersgate street and St Martin's le grand, entering by 66, Newgate street, it extends to Perceval street.
Goswell Street Road, the N. continuation of Goswell street, extending from Perceval street to the City road, Islington,
Gough House, Paradise Row, Chelsea. op. 10, a few yards on the L. from the Hospital towards Battersea bridge.
Gough Square, Fleet Street, is behind the middle of the N. side, entrance by 145 and 151, it leads to 20, Fetter lane, by West Harding street.
Goold's Court, Lambeth Upper Marsh,: is about twenty four doors on the L. west from the turnpike nearly op. Stangate street
Goulston Court, Goulston Square, Whitechapel, on the E side leading to Old Castle street
Goulston Square, Whitechapel, about twelve doors on both the R. and the L. from 140, Whitechapel, along Goulston street
Goulston Street, Whitechapel, High Street, at 110, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. east from Aldgate church, it leads to Gbulston square and Wentworth street.
Gower Mews, Gower Street, Bedford Square, at 82, five doors on the L. from the N. E. corner of Bedford square.
Gower Mews (Upper), Gower Street, Bedford Square, the first E. parallel to it. or the first on the L. in Francis street, from Gower Street, towards Tavistock square.
Gower Strcct, Bedford Square, at the N. E. corner, extending to Francis St Tottenham court road.
Gower Street (Upper), Bedford Square, the continuation of Gower street from Francis street, Tottenham court road.
Gower's Walk, Whitechapel, is parallel to and between Lambeth street and Lower Church lane, commencing about three doors E. of Goodman's stile, and leading to Well yard and 82, Lemon street
Govey's Place, Mile End High Road, is situate between the Three Mackerel and the Mackerel and Bell public houses, near two miles on the L. from Aldgate pump.
Graces Alley, Wellclose Square, at the N. W. corner leading to Well street, by the Royalty theatre, or three doors on the L. in Well street from 4, Cable street
Graces Yard, Minories, at 46, about the middle of the E. side, two doors N. from Swan street
Gracechurch Street, the N. continuation of Fish street hill from London bridge, extending from Eastcheap to Leadenhall street, or to Cornhill.
Grafton Court, Paradise Street, Marylebone, ten doors on the R. from 82, High street it leads to Conway court, Burying ground passage, and Paddington street.
Grafton Mews, Grafton Street, Fitzroy Square, at 20, thirteen doors on the R. from 120, Tottenham Court road, towards the square it extends to 20, Warren street
Grafton Street, Tottenham Court Road, at 120, about 1/2 mile on the L. from Oxford street, or the second on the R. from the New road, it extends to the S. side of Fitzroy square.
Grafton Street (East), Tottenham Court Road, is op. Grafton. St and 120, Tottenham court road. See the last described.
Grafton Street (Upper), Fitzroy Square, the VV. continuation of the S. side the said square, extending from Conway street to Cleveland street.
Grafton Street, Soho, the N. continuation of Gerrard street, from Princes street, or of Little Newport street, from Long Acre, it leads to Monmouth street
Grafton Street, Dover Street, Piccadilly, the N. continuation of it, entering by 68, Piccadilly, it extends from Hay hill, to 156, New Bond street
Grafton Yard, Tottenham Court, behind the houses on the E. side the Hampstead road, op. Tottenham court road.
Graham's Buildings, Blue Anchor Alley, Bunhill Row, St Luke's, the first on the R. a few doors from 108, Bunhill row, towards 98, Whitecross street
Granby's Buildings, Drury Lane, at 111, about of a mile on the R. from the New church in the Strand, and two doors N. from Whitehorse yard.
Granby's Buildings, Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth, the first on the R. through Queen's court or yard, from Lambeth butts.
Granby Gardens, Artichoke Yard, Lambeth Marsh, a few doors on the R. in the said yard, from 18, Lamberh marsh.
Granby Place, Artichoke Yard, Lambeth Marsh, the N. continuation of the said yard, towards Narrow wall from 18, Lambeth marsh.
Granby Row, Bethnal Green Road, is the first S. parallel to part of it, say from 73 to 92, it extends from Abbey street to White street
Granby Row, Granby Street, Bethnal Green, about three doors on the L. from James St and near the same distance on the R. from Oakley's row, leading into Busby street
Granby Street, James Street, Bethnal Green, the first on the R. eight doors from 124, Church street it leads to Oakley's row, Thomas street and Brick lane.
Grand Junction Wharf, Whitefriars, (Messrs. Harvey and Napier's) at the bottom of Water lane from 68 Fleet St bearing to the R. on the W. side White friars, dock, 1/8 of a mile W. from Blackfriars bridge.
Grange Court, Carey Street, Lincoln's inn fields, at 27, about five or six doors on the R. from Portugal street it leads to Clement's lane and Clare market.
Grange House Lodge, Michael's Grove, Brompton, at the end of the said grove from Brompton high road, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from Knightsbridge.
Grange Road, Bermondsey, commences at Star corner, by Bermondsey New road, and extends E. to what was lately called the Grange, about 1/4 of a mile in length, it then branches off on the R. by Fort place to the green man, Kent road, and on the L. by Bermondsey spa to Printer's place, Jamaica row, say 1/2 a mile each way.
Grange Terrace, Grange Road. See Anderson's Buildings.
Grange Walk, Bermondsey Square, at the S. E. corner, extending to what was lately called the Grange, about 1/5 of a mile in length, and leads to the Neckinger road.
Grange Yard, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, at 31, four doors on the L. from Grange court, behind St Clement's work house, Portugal Street.
Grantham Place, Park Lane, about ten or twelve doors on the R. from Piccadilly, leading into Brick street.
Grasshopper Court, Whitecross Street, St Luke's, at217, three doors on the L. north from Beech street or from Chiswell street.
Gravel Lane, Houndsditch, at l48, about ten doors on the R. from Aldgate church, it leads to Harrow alley (Rag fair), and the middle of Petticoat lane.
Gravel Lane (Old), Ratcliffe Highway, at 65, nearly op. St George's church, it extends to Newmarket street, by which it is continued to 157 Wapping street
Gravel Lane (New), Shadwell High Street, at 23, about 1/8 of a mile W. from the church, or is the first E. parallel to Old Gravel lane, it extends to 197 Wapping street, by New crane.
Gravel Lane, Southwark, about 1/3 of a mile on both the R. and L. from 216, High street, along Union street, Queen street and Duke street or the first coach turning on both the R. and L. from Surrey chapel, Blackfriars road.
Gravel Walk, Blue Anchor Alley, Bunhill Row, St Luke's, is about the middle of the S. side of it, viz. between 109, Bunhill row, and 99, Whitecross street
Gray's Buildings, Duke Street, Manchester Square, at 38, the second on the L. about twelve doors from 174, Oxford street
Gray's lnn, is on the N. side of Holborn, op. Middle row and on the W. side of Gray's inn lane, principal entrance at Holborn court.
Gray's Inn Gardens, on the W. side of part of Gray's inn lane, extending N. to the King's road, the principal entrance is at the N. end of Fullwood's rents, from 31, Holborn.
Gray's Inn Lane, Holborn, the fifth coach turning on the R. about 1/4 of a mile W. from Fleet market, it extends from Middle row to Battle bridge, St Pancras, about a mile in length.
Gray's Inn Lane (Little), at 73, on the E. side of the last described, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Middle row, it leads to Tothill street, Laystall street, and Mount pleasant.
Gray's Inn Passage, Red Lion Street, at 18, the second on the R. being that number of houses from 71, Holborn, it leads to Bedford row.
Gray's Inn Place, Gray's Inn Square, at the S. W. corner, or at the N. end of Warwick court, from 40, High Holborn, op. Chancery lane.
Gray's Inn Square, on the W. side of Gray's inn lane, entrance op. 30, in the said lane, or from 20, (opposite Middle row),Holborn, through Holborn court.
Gray Street, Duke Street, Manchester Square, the second on the R. about fourteen doors from 174, Oxford street, and near the same distance on the L. from the square.
Gray Street, George's Row, Blackfriars Road, is the continuation of it on the N. side, the S. side being called Pleasant retreat, it extends from the John o'Groats house to Baron's buildings.
Gray's Walk, East Street, Walcot Place, Lambeth, commences at the W. end of it, about a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge, extending to Lambeth walk.
Graystock Place, Fetter Lane. See Greystock Place.
Great Yard, Gun Alley, Wapping, the second on the R. from 101, Wapping street, or a few doors from Green b. nk, on the E. side of Wapping church.
Great Yard, Parish Street, Horselydown, the second on the R. from the bottom of Tooley street leading to Dog and Bear yard.
Greek's Court, Bermondsey Streer, at 39, that number of doors on the L. from Tooley street, and nearly op. Webb St
Greek Street, Soho, at the S. E. corner of Soho square, extending to the W. end of Litchfield street, or the E. end of King street, from Princes St
Green Bank, Wapping, below the London docks, extending from the N. side of Wapping church to 160, Old Gravel lane, about 1/3
of a mile on the R. from Ratcliffe highway.
Green Bank, Tooley Street, at 81, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. being that number of houses from London bridge and two or three doors below Morgan's lane.
Green's Building, Lambeth Lower Marsh, the first on the R. about 1/8 of a mile from the turnpike, (near Westminster bridge) towards Surrey chapel, Blackfriars road.
Green Church Yard, St Catherine's Court, St Catherine's, the first on the R. in the said court, entering from St Catherine's street, or at the bottom of St Catherine's lane, from 50, Upper East Smithfield.
Green Court, Tothill Fields, Westminster, at the back of the Horseguards hospital, Rochester row, about 2/3 of a mile from Buckingham gate.
Green Court, Coleman Street, London Wall, about nine doors on the R. from London wall, of about 1/8 of a mile on the L. north from the Old Jewry.
Green Court, Green Street, Blackfriars Road, is two or three doors S. from Hopton's alms houses, or is nearly op. Church St from Blackfriars road.
Green Park, St James's Park, on the W. side the Stable yard, extending from St James's Park to Piccadilly.
Green Place, Green Street, Bethnal Green, the first on the R. below Globe street about 1/3 of a mile E. from the Green.
Green's Row, Chelsea, is op. the Hospital wall, being the second on the L. along Smith St from the King's road, or the first on the R. from Paradise row.
Green's Row, Bermondsey New Road, the fourth on the L. a few doors from the Bricklayers arms, Kent road towards Bermondsey church, it leads to Green's Rope walk.
Green Street, Leicester Square, at the S. E. corner, extending to 6, Castle street, and nearly opposite Hemming's row from 118, St Martin's lane.
Green Street, Theobald's Road, Red Lion Square, opposite 30, about three doors on the R. west from Great James street and Bedford row, and near the same distance E. from Red lion street and Lamb's conduit street.
Green Street, North Audley Street, Grosvenor Square, at 27, the second on the R. about twelve doors from 262 Oxford street, it extends to Park lane.
Green Street or Court, Little Pulteney Street, Golden Square, at 10, that number of doors on the R. from Wardour St or from Princes St Soho, it extends to 20, Peter street.
Green Street, Bethnal Green, at the S. E, corner of the Green, extending east towards Bow common, about 3/8 of a mile in length.
Green Street, Blackfriars Road, or Christ Church, the first on the R. about eight doors from that part of the said road which is op. Christ church, it leads to Bear lane and Green walk.
Green Street, Eennet's Row, Blackfriars Road or St George's Fields, the third on the R. from the said read, about a mile from Blackfriars bridge, it extends to Higlers lane.
Green Street (New), Higlers Lane, St George's Fields, nearly op. the last, or the 6th on the R. from Blackfriars road, it leads into King St and Belvedere buildings by the King's Bench.
Green Walk, Buckingham Row, James Street, Westminster, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Buckingham gate, along James St and on the E. side of Lady Dacre's alms houses.
Green Walk, Christ Church, Surrey, the second on the R. in Holland St entering from Blackfriars road by the bridge, it extends to Church St
Green Walk, Christ Church, Surrey, or Blackfriars Road, the third on the R. in the said road, about 5 of a mile from the bridge, it extends from the S. side of the church to Collingwood St
Green Walk, St George's Fields. See Green Street.
Green Yard (for the City), White Cross Street, Cripplegate, at 34, the first on the R. about nine doors N. from 115, Fore St
Green Yard, Pepper Alley, High Street, Borough, the first on the L. about three or four doors from 214, High street by London, bridge.
Green Yard, Upper East Smithfield, at the back of 110, op. Nightingale lane, or the fifth on the R. in Blue anchor yard from 48, Rosemary lane.
Green Dragon Yard, Swallow Street, at 37, about of a mile on the L. from 322, Oxford street. and nearly op. Conduit street
Green Dragon Court, Cow Lane, West Smithfield, at 43, about twenty one doors on the L. east from Fleet market and nearly op. Hosier lane.
Green Dragon Court, St Andrew's Hill, L'lackfriars, at 10, the first on the L. about eight doors from Earl street and is nearly op. the church.
Green Dragon Yard, Worship btreet or Hog Lane, Shoreditch, the first on the L. a few doors from 21, Norton falgate towards the Curtain road.
Green Dragon Court or Yard, Whitechapel Road, ten doors on the L. east from Osborn street it extends from op. the church to Montague street.
Green Dragon Alley, Wapping, at 191 Wapping street two door W. from New Gravel lane, nearly op. New Crane stairs.
Green Dragon Alley, Narrow Street, Limehouse, the second on the L. about nine doors from Mr. Turner's wharf, leading into Risby's rope walk.
Green Dragon Court, High Street, Borough, the first W. parallel to part of it, say from 276 to 2S7, or the first on the R. in York St
Green Dragon Inn, Bishopsgate, behind 85, Bishopsgate street within, on the W. side, about twenty doors S. from the church.
Green Dragon Inn, Giltspur street at the N. end of the Compter, or the first gateway on the R. a few yards from Newgate street towards Smithfield.
Green Dragon Coach Office, at 56, Fleet street about the middle of the S. side, seven doors E. from Serjeants inn.
Greenfield Street, Mile End Old Town, the third on the R. from 266, Whitechapel road along Fieldgate street, extending to the Commercial road, or the sixth on the R. in the Commercial road, W. from Cannon St road.
Green Gate Court or Yard, Hampstead Road, is about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from the New road or from Tottenham court road and a few doors N. of the chapel.
Green Gate Gardens, Hackney Road, is about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church, behind the Green gate Public house.
Green Gate Court or Yard, Curtain Road, Holywell Mount, the first on the L. a few doors from Worship street or a few doors on the R. from Chapel street
Green Arbour or Green Harbour Court, Lambeth Hill, Upper Thames Street, the second on the L. a few doors from 212, Upper Thames street or five doors on the R. from Old Fish St
Green Arbour or Green Harbour Court, Old Bailey, about four or five doors on the R. from Snow hill, nearly op. Newgate street it leads by a flight of steps to Seacoal lane.
Green Harbour Court, Little Moorfields, about six doors on the L. from 62, Fore street near the W. side of Moorfields.
Green Harbonr Court, Golden Lane, St Luke's, about ten doors on the R. in Turk's head court from the W. side of Golden lane, it leads to French alley and 21 Goswell street.
Greenhill's Rents, St John Street, West Smithfield, about fourteen doors on the L. from 75, on the N. side of Smithfield. it leads to Red lion court and Cow cross.
Green House Row, Westminster Bridge Road, St George's Fields, forms part of the N. side, a few doors on the R. from the Obelisk towards the bridge.
Greenland or Commercial Dock, at the lower part of Rotherhithe, about 3 1/4 miles from London bridge by the the line of the river, and near 1/3 of a mile from the Victualling office, Deptford, in the op. direction.
Green Lettuce Court, Fore Street, Cripplegate, at 106, about six doors on the L. from Cripplegate buildings towards Moorfields.
Green Lettuce Lane, Cannon St at 30, nearly op. Abchurch lane, it leads to Lawrence pountney hill, Duck's foot lane, and 145, Upper Thames street
Green Man and Still Waggon Office, Oxford Street, at 321, the corner of Swallow street, Note, the Coach office is nearly opposite.
Greenwich (Little), 43, Aldersgate street. See Horn alley.
Greenwood's Court, Nightingale Lane, at 25, the fifth on the R. from 110, Upper East Smithfield and between Angel alley and Sun yard.
Greenwood's Rents, Slade's Buildings, Angel Square, Bishopsgate Without, the W. continuation of it, entering by 137, Bishopsgate street, about six doors N. from Sun street.
Gregg's Alley, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the third on the R. from 105, Whitechapel High St two or three doors from Wentworth St
Gregg or Grigg's Court, Goodman's Yard, Minories, the second on the L. from 60, in the Minories, or the first on the R. in Swan St from 48, Minories.
Gregg's or Grieg's Gardens, Commercial Road, St George's in the East, on the N. side by Doran's Row, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. below Cannon St road.
Gregories or Gregory's Court, Corporation Row, Clerkenwell, the first on the L. three or four doors from the N. end of St John St West Smithfield.
Gregory's Place, Half Moon Alley, Aldersgate Street, the first on the R. a few yards from 138, Aldersgate St towards Bartholomew close.
Gregory's Place, New Way, Maze, Borough, about ten doors on the L. from 30, in the Maze towards St Thomas's hospital, or is facing the S. end of Dean St from 201, Tooley street
Gregory's Terrace, Hull Street, St Luke's, at the N. end of it, facing the Market garden, entering by John's row.
Grendon's Court, Tabernacle Walk, Moorfields, the second on the R. a few doors from the Tabernacle towards Old street
Grenvillc Street Brunswick Square, at the S. W. corner, extending to 83, Upper Guilford street and the second W. in it, from the Foundling hospital.
Grenville Street, Sommers Town, the first parallel to the N. side of Clarendon square or Polygon.
Grenville Mews, Grenville Street, Sommers Town, is parallel to and between the S. side of the said street and the N. side of Clarendon square.
Gresham Alms Houses. See the City Green Yard behind 31 Whitecross street, Cripplegate.
Gresse Mews, Gresse Street, Rathbone Place, at the S. end of the said street behind numbers 21 & 22.
Gresse Street, Rathbone Place, at 22, that number of doors on the R. from 24, Oxford street it leads to Stephen street and to Black horse yard, Tottenham court road.
Greville Street, Brook Street, Brook's Market, Holborn, the first on the R. about ten or twelve doors from 140, Holborn hill, it extends to Leather lane.
Greville Court, Greville Street, aforesaid, at 9, on the N. side, leading into Beauchamp street and Brook's market.
Grey Coat Place, Tothill Fields, Westminster, on the W. side of the Grey coat school, nearly op. Rochester row.
Grey Coat School, Tothill Fields, Westminster, at the W. end of Great Peter street and S. end of Strutton ground, extending on the L. towards Rochester row.
Grey Eagle Street, Spitalfields, the first on the R. in Phcenix St about twenty seven doors from 38, Wheeler street it extends to Black eagle St leading to Brick lane, by Hanburys brewery.
Grey Friars, Newgate Street, at 108, on the N. side, nearly op. Warwick lane, leading to Christ's hospital.
Greyhound Alley, St Mary Axe, about six doors on the R. from 116, Leadenhall St leading into Bury St
Greyhound Court, Millford Lane, Strand, the first on the R. a few doors from 200, in the Strand, leading to Water Stand Arundel street.
Greyhound Court, Chick Lane, West Smithfield, about six doors on the R. from Field lane or from Saffron hill, ur the last on the L. from West St West Smithfield.
Greyhound Court, St Catherine's Lane, Tower Hill, the second on the L. a few doors from 49, Upper East Smithfield, it leads to Back alley.
Greyhound Inn, West Smithfield, between 12 and 13, on the W. side, about twelve doors N. from Hosier lane.
Greyhound Lane, Whitechapel Road, at 106, op. the London hospital, about 3/4 of a mile on the L. below Aldgate church, it extends to Ducking pond row.
Greyhound Yard, High Holborn, at 82, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Fleet market and ten doors W. from Red lion street
Grey stock Place, Fetter Lane, at 101, nearly op. Dean street the third on the R. from 33, Holborn hill, leading to Cursitor street, Chancery lane.
Grievson's Rents, Melior Street, Snow's Fields, Borough, about the middle of the N. side between John street and Marble court.
Griffin Inn, Church Street, St George's, Borough, facing the S. side of the church, a few yards on the R. from Blackman street towards Kent St about 1/2 a mile from London bridge.
Griffin Passage, Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, at 28, the first on the L. nineteen doors from Piccadilly, leading to Shepherd's market.
Griffin Place, Dog Row, Berhnal Green, the first on the R. a few doors from Mile end turnpike towards Bethnal green.
Griffin Street, Shadweil, the continuation of Peal alley from 61, Shadweil High st, or the first E. parallel to Fox's lane, extending from Shadwell market to Shadwell dock.
Griffin's Wharf, Tooley Street, at the bottom of Morgan's lane, from 80, Tooley street about 1/4 of a mile below London bridge.
Griffith's Rents, Bermondscy Street, at 34, and is that number of houses on the L. from Tooley street, it leads by a narrow passage to Magdalen street
Grimson's Rents, Melior Street, Snow's Field , Borough. about the middle of the, N. side, between John street and Weston street
Grocer Court, Shoreditch, at 83, the fourth on the R. a few doors from the turnpike towards Shoreditch church.
Grocer Court, Kingsland Road, at 55, on the N. side of Sanders's Gardens, a few doors on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Grocer Court, Upper Well Alley, Wapping, the second on the L. a few doors from 110, Wapping St on the E. side the church.
Grocers Hall Court, Poultry, at 35, about ten or twelve doors on the R. west from the Mansion house and leads to Grocers hall.
Grog Court, Nightingale Lane, Limehouse, at the N. end of It by the New cut.
Grosvenor Gate, Park Lane, near 1/2 a mile on the L. from Piccadilly, or about of a mile on the R. from Oxford St in the op. direction, leading into Hyde park.
Grosvenor Market, Davies Street, Oxford Street, the first on the L. about six doors from 29 Oxford street it communicates with South Molton St at 23.
Grosvenor Mews, Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, at 77, three or four doors on the L. from 123, New Bond St leading to Davies street. Berkeley square.
Grosvenor Place, Hyde Park Corner, on the S. side the turnpike where the numbers begin, it extends to the King's road, and is continued by Lower Grosvenor place to Arabella row, Pimlico.
Grosvenor Place (Lower), Pimlico, extends from the King's road to Ranelagh street and is about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Buckingham gate. See the last article.
Grosvenor Row, Chelsea, the E. continuation of Royal Hospital row, extending from George street to Ebury street and Queen street.
Grosvenor Place, Borough Road, St George's Fields, a part of the S. side, extending from Mansfield place on the R. from the Obelisk towards the Stones end and Newington causeway.
Grosvenor Square, at the S. end of Duke street, from 277, Oxford, street or the third on the R. in Grosvenor St from 123, New Bond street also at the N. end of South Audley street 1/4 of a mile from Stanhope St Park lane.
Grosvenor Street, New Bond Street, at 123, the fourth on the L. about 1/3 of a mile from 58, Piccadilly, or the third on the R. 1/5 of a mile from 307, Oxford street it extends to Grosvenor square.
Grosvenor Street (Upper), the W. continuation of the last described, extending from the S. W. corner of the square to Park lane.
Grosvenor Street (Little), Berkeley Square, at 63, Grosvenor street, nine doors E. from Davies street it leads to Grosvenor mews, John street and Berkeley square.
Grosvenor Street, Pimlico, forms part of the E. side of the King's road, extending from Upper Eaton street, or from Grosvenor place towards Chelsea,
Grosvenor Street, Millbank Row, Westminster, at 6, under the archway, about seventeen doors on the bank of the Thames from the Horseferry road.
Grove, Great Guildford Street, Borough, is op. New street, and is the first on the L. about fifteen doors from 35, Queen street
Grove (New), Mile End Road, forms part of the S. side, viz. between the Plough and Thompson's nursery, about 2 1/4 miles from Aldgate pump.
Grove's Court, White Horse street, Ratcliffe, at the Mend of Brook street, nearly op. Butcher row, by Bull or Ball yard.
Grove House, Mile End Road, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. below the Plough, towards Thompson's nursery and Bow, near 2 1/3 miles from Aldgate.
Grove Place, Northampton Terrace, City Road, is about of a mile on the L. from Finsbury square, and is near the turnpike, op. the City gardens and Anderson's buildings, it leads to Goswell street road.
Grove Place, Mile End Road, is parallel to part of the south side of it, viz. from the turnpike to Assembly row, it extends from Epping place to Redman's' row, leading towards Stepney green.
Grove Place, Deptford, the continuation of Victualling office row, on the W. side the King's Dock yard, leading towards Butt lane.
Grove Row, Cambridge Heath, Hackney Road, behind the Hare Public house by the turnpike, about a mile from Shoreditch church.
Grove Road, Mile End Road, a few yards on the L. below the Plough, about 1 of a mile E. from Mile end turnpike, and 2 from Aldgate.
Grove Street, Greenland Dock, is parallel to the Thames on the W. side of Pudman's yard, it extends from George street or Hunt's row, (about 1/8 of a mile below Greenland dock) to Victualling office row.
Grove Street, Commercial Road, the fourth on the L. west from Cannon street road, nearly op. Thomas street, and the first E. of King street.
Grot's Gardens, Cannon Row, Mint Street, Borough, a few doors W. from the S. end of Lombard street or from Little Suffolk street
Grub Street, Westminster, at 33 Vine street about eight doors on the L. from 43 Millbank street, extending to the Horseferry road.
Grub Street, Cripplegate, at 97 Fore streer, the third on the R. from Moorfields, or fifteen doors on the L. from the N. end of Wood street, Cheapside, it extends to Chiswell street
Grub's Yard, Castle Lane, Borough, two or three doors on the L. north from Morris's walk, or a few doors on the R. from Maid lane.
Guilford Mews, Great Guilford Street, Russell Square, at 87, about five doors W.from Lansdown place, and the same distance E. from Grenville street
Guilford Place, Great Guilford Street, Russell square, about the middle of the S. side, op. the Foundling hospital, or the N. termination of Lamb's Conduit St and Red Lion street from 71 High Holborn.
Guilford Street (Great), Russell Square, on the E. side, extending to Gray's inn lane, or is the fourth on the L. in Gray's inn lane, near 1/2 a mile from Middle row, Holborn.
Guilford Street Upper, the W. end of the last described is so called.
Guilford Street (Little), Russell Square, at 49, Bernard street under the archway, the first on the L. a few doors from Russell square, it extends to Great Coram street
Guildford Street (Great), Queen Street, Borough, at 35, the third on the R. about of a mile from 214, High street, it extends to Maid lane.
Guildford Street (Little), Queen Street, Borough, at 71, op. the last described, it leads to Lombard street and the Mint.
Guildhall, King Street, Cheapside, at the N. end of it, from 92, Cheapside, it communicates with 76, Basinghall street
Guinea Mews, Bruton Place, Berkeley Square. See Bruton Mews.
Gullan's Yard, Princes Street, Westminster, is behind 1, Great George street nearly facing the S. E. corner of St James's park.
Gullan's Yard, New Bond Street, at 52, between Maddox street and Brook street, about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from 58, Piccadilly, and 1/8 ditto from 307, Oxford street.
Gullman's Mews or Yard, Bruton Street, Berkeley Square, the second on the L. about five or six doors from 146, New Bond street
Gun Alley (Little), Moorfields, at 27, about the middle, of the W. side, the fourth on the L. from 61, Fore street, four or five doors from Tenter alley.
Gun Alley (Upper), Wapping, at 104 Wapping street, op. Gun dock, about seven doors on the L. below the London docks.
Gun Alley (Lower), Green Bank, Wapping, about seven doors on the L. east from the London docks, nearly op. Wapping church and the last described.
Gun Alley, Bermondsey Street, at 84, about the middle of the E. side or six doors N. from Russell street it leads to White's grounds.
Gun Court, St John Street, Clerkenwell, at 161, two doors S. from Wilderness row, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from West Smithfield.
Gun Court, Cable Street, Wellclose Square, at 58, two or three doors on the L. east from Church lane.
Gun Dock, Wapping, nearly op. 104 Wapping street, two or three doors E. from the London docks, and about 1 1/6 of a mile below London bridge by the line of the river.
Gun Lane, Limehouse, at 23, Three colt street, about twelve doors on the R. north from Ropemakers fields, it extends to the Commercial road.
Gun Square, Houndsditch, at 150, seven doors on the R. from Aldgate church, and two doors from Gravel lane.
Gun Street, Spitalfields or Old Artillery Ground, the third on both the R. and the L. in Union St from 69, Bishopgate without, it extends from Artillery street to Fort street
Gun Street, Higlers Lane or Friar Street, St George's Fields, the third on the R. from that part of Blackfriars road which is nearly op. the Magdalen hospital, it leads to James street and the Borough road.
Gun Yard, Pepper Alley, High Street, Borough, the first on the L. a few yards from 314, High street by London bridge.
Gunhill Court, Cherry Garden Street, Rotherhithe or Bermondsey, the second on the L. a few doors from Cherry garden stairs.
Gun House Alley and Stairs, Lambeth. See Bomb house alley.
Gunpowder Alley, Shoe Lane, at 95, about eighteen doors on the L. from 130, Fleet street it is continued by East Harding St to Great New street leading to Fetter lane.
Gunpowder Court, Crutched Friars, or Jewry Street, two or three doors on the R. from John St America square, towards Aldgate.
Gun and Shot Wharf, Tooley Street, at the bottom of Morgan's lane on the R. from 80, Tooley street, about of a mile below London bridge.
Gut Lane, Poplar. See Dolphin lane.
Gutter Lane, Cheapside, at 132, the second on the L. from St Paul church yard, it extends to Maiden lane, and is on the E. side of Goldsmith's hall.
Guy's Hospital, St Thomas's Street, Borough, a few doors on the R. from 43, High street about of a mile from London bridge.
Gwyn's or Gwin's Buildings, Goswell Street Road, part of the W. side, adjoining the City road by the New river near Islington.
Gynn's Place, Lisson Grove, Lisson Green, is about 1/4 of a mile on 4 the R. north from the Yorkshire stingo, passing the White lead manufactory.


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