London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

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

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

Haberdashers Alms Houses, Hoxton, at the N. end of Pitfield st. about 1/10 of a mile on the L. from the part of Old st. road which is op. Paul st.
Haberdashers Court, Snow Hill, at 62, on the N. side of Skinner st. two or three doors S. of Cock lane.
Haberdashers Hall, Maiden Lane, Wood Street, Cheapside, about eight doors on the R. from 110, Wood st. forming the corner of Staining lane.
Haberdashers Place, Hoxton, forms a part of the W. side of Haberdashers walk, extending from the alms houses to op. Gloucester terrace.
Haberdashers School, Bunhill Row, at 103, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from 63, Chiswell st. near Finsbury square.
Haberdashers Square, Grub Street, Cripplegate, the first on the R. about fourteen doors from op. 70, Chiswell st. or the last on the L, from 97, Fore st.
Haberdashers Street, Haberdashers Place, Hoxton, about eight doors N. from the alms houses, near 1/5 of a mile en the L. from Old street road along Pitfield st.
Haberdashers Walk, Hoxton, the N. continuation of Pitfield st. entering by Old street road, ofwhich Haberdashers place and alms houses form part of the W. side.
Hackney Coach Office, Essex street, Strand, at the S. end by the Thames, entering op. St. Clements church, by 210, in the Strand.
Hackney Road, commences at Shoreditch church on the R. its extent from thence to Hackney church is about 2 miles.
Hackney New Road, Mile End, commences nearly op. the Plough, Mile end road, about 2 1/4 miles on the L. below Aldgate pump, leading to Hackney.
Hackney Road Crescent, forms part of the E. side of the road, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church, op. Middlesex place.
Haddons Gardens, Old Street Road, on the S. side, the first on the R. a few doors from the N. end of Paul st. towards the Curtain road.
Hadleys Wharf, Millbank Street, Westminster, between Freemans and Turners Wharfs, entrance nearly op. Vine st. about 3/8 of a mile above Westminster bridge.
Hagley Place, Kent Road, forms part of the R. side, about 1/8 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle, extending from Lion st. towards the Bricklayers arms.
Haglinsor Eglins Gateway, Tooley Street, at 4 I, being that number of houses on the L. from London bridge and op. Dcan st. it leads to Hayss wharf.
Hairbrain Street or Court, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, the second on the R. four or five doors from 48, in the said lane, towards 110, Upper East Smithfield.
Half Farthing Alley, Jacob Street, Dock Head, Bermondsey, the third on the R. from Dock head towards Rotherhithe.
Half Moon Alley, Aldersgate Street, at 1 38, about the middle of the W. side, leading to Bartholomew close and Smithfield.
Half Moon Alley, Whitecross Street, Cripplegate, at 46, on the E. side, about twenty doors from 115, Fore st. it leads to Chapel st. and Grub st.
Half Moan Alley, Little Moorfields, at 16, on the W. side, being the second on the L. about six doors from 61, Fore st.
Half Moon Alley, Whitechapel High Street, at 18, on the S. side, about eighteen doors E. from Somerset st. or Aldgate High street it leads to 35, Great Ayliffe st.
Half Moon Court, Stanhope Street, Clare Market, at 32, four doors on the R. from Princea st. Drury lane,towardsNewcastle st. Strand.
Half Moon Court, Portpool Lane, Grays Inn Lane, at 20, about twelve doors on the L. from 61, Leather lane, and near the same distance from 54, Grays inn lane
Half Moon Court, Wapping Street, at 8, the first on the L. eight doors E. from Hermitage bridge about 1/3 of a mile below the Tower.
Half Moon Inn, High Street, Borough, at 130, about twenty two doors on the R. from St. Georges church and near 3/8 of a mile on the L.from London bridge.
Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, the sixth on the R. west from St. Jamess Street, or about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from Hyde park corner, it leads to Curzon st.
Half Moon Street, Eishopsgate Without, at 170, under the archway, about of a mile on the L. north from the church, it leads
to Rose and Crown court, N. E. corner of Moorfields.
Half Nicol Street, Bethnal Green. See Nicol.
Half Paved Court, Dorset Street, Salisbury Square, op. 50, in the said street, about fourteen doors on the L. from 82, Fleet st.
Halifax Street, Mile End New Town, the second on the R. from 50, Whitechapel road, along Great Garden st. it extends from 48, High street to King Edward street.
Halkin Street, Grosvenor Place, Hyde Park Corner, at 10, the first on the R. ten doors from the turnpike towards Pi mlieo and Buckingham gate.
Halls Court, Great Garden Street, St. Catherines, at the E. end of it, on the R. or the first on the L. in Helmet court from 30, Butcher row, Upper East Smithfield.
Ham Yard, Great Windmill Street, Haymarket, at 37, op. Archer st. the third on the L. twenty doors from Piccadilly.
Ham Yard, North Row, Park Lane, at 6, about ten or twelve doors on the L. west from 56, Park st. near Oxford st.
Hambro Wharf, Upper Thames Street, the first W. from Three cranes, or the bottom of Queen st. from 70, Cheapside.
Hamden Street, Sommers Town, at the N. E. corner of Clarendon sq. and the third on the R. along Chalton st. from the New Road, extending towards St, Pancras.
Hamilton Buildings or Court, Hamilton Place, Pentonville, the first on the R. a few doors from York st. towards the turnpike, Battle bridge.
Hamilton Place, Pentonville Road, Clerkenwell, forms part of the R. side commencing at Weston st. near 3/4 of a mile from Clerkenwell green, leading to the turnpike, Battle bridge.
Hamilton PI ace or Street, Piccadilly, the first on the L. a few doors from Hyde park corner.
Hammer Alley (Three),Glean Alley, Tooley Street, is the continuation of it, bearing to the L. from 218, Tooley st. leading to Broadway, St. Thomass st.
Hammer and Crown Court, Broad Street, RatclifFe, at 79 , about fifteen doors on the R. west from Ratcliffe cross, it leads to the Orchard and Brook st.
Hammet Street, Minories, at 102, the second on the L. about twelve doors from Little Tower hill, it extends to the Crescent.
Hammond Court, Haymarket, at 47, W. side, about eight doors on the R. from Piccadilly, leading to Jermyn st.
Hammond Court, Mincing Lane, at 23, about four doors on the R. from 82, Tower st. or about eighteen doors on the L. from 42, Fenchurch st
Hampshire Hog Court, Whitechapel Road, at 237, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. below the church.
Hampshire Hog Yard, High Street, St. Giless, at 10, nearly op. the church, leading to Church lane.
Hampstead Road,Tottenham Court Road, is the N. continuation of it, commencing at the New road. Note, those houses on the E. side,
are as yet distinguished by no other name.
Hampton Street, Walworth or Newington, the second on the R. about 1/4 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle, along the Walworth High road or street, extending to Francis st.
Hand Alley, Long Alley, Moorfields, the seventh on the L. from the N. side of Moorfields, or the third on the R. about twelve doors from Crown st. it leads to Mulberry court.
Hand Court, High Holborn, at 57 , nearly op. Great Turnstile, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market, it leads to Bedford row.
Hand Court, Golden Lane, St. Lukes, near the middle of the E. side, op. Golden ccurt, about nine doors N. from Rose alley.
Hand Court, Upper Thames Street, at 160, two doors W. of Bush lane, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from London bridge, it leads to Chequer yard and Dowgate hill.
Hand Court, New Street, Bishopsgate, at the E. end of the said street by the East India Companys warehouses, entering by 29 Bishopsgate without.
Hand Court (Three), Creechurch Lane, Leadenhall Street, the first on the R. three doors from the church by 87, Leadenhall street.
Hand in Hand Fire Office, New Bridge Street, the first houre on the R. from Fleet st. towards the bridge.
Hand and Pen Court, Leadenhall Street, at 60, op. Creechurch, about twelve doors on the L. from Aldgate.
Hand and Pen Court, Great Tower Hill or Trinity Square, at 30, on the E. side, between Steelyard and Coopers row.
Hanserds Place, Burrows Buildings Blackfriars Road, at 12, the first on the R. from Surrey chapel, towards the Obelisk.
Hanging Sword Alley, Water Lane, Fleet Street, the first on the L. two doors from 68, Fleet st. leading to the bottom of Water lane and Whitefriars dock.
Hanks Court, Robin Hood Lane, Blackwall, the first on the R. a few doors from the East India Dock gate.
Hanleys Buildings, Chequer Alley, Bunhill Row. St. Lukes, a few doors on the L. from 99, Bunhill row towards 109, Whitecross st.
Hanover Court, Grub Street, Cripplegate, about the middle of the E. side, op. the City chapel, leading to Butlers alley and Ropemakers st. Moorfields.
Hanover Court, Houndsditch, four doors on the L. from 14, Aldgate, op. the church, or about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from op. Bishopsgate church.
Hanover Court, Minories, at 108. about twenty doors on the L. from Tower hill, it leads to America sq. on the R. and to the Crescent on the L.
Hanover Court, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, at 10, the third on the R. about 1/8 of a mile from 7 1, Whitechapel High st. along Osborn st.
Hanover Court, Hanover Street, Rotherhithe, at 23, at the S. end of it, on the R. from Hanover stairs.
Hanover Square, nearly op. 132, Oxford st. about of a mile on the L. from St. Giless, or a few doors E. from 58, New Bond st.
Hanover Street, Hanover Square, at the S. E. corner, extending to 92, Swallow st. and i* the second on the R. in it from Oxford st.
Hanover Street, Long Acre, at 96, the second on the R. from 40, Drury lane, extending to Castle st. and is continued by Belton st. to Broad st. St. Giless.
Hanover Stairs, Rotherhithe, the first stairs E. about 1/6 of a mile from Rotherhithe church and 1 3/4 of a mile below London bridge by the line of the river, op. New Crane, VVapping.
Hanover Street, Rotherhithe, the second street on the R. below the church and op. Hanover stairs.
Hanover Street, Walworth or Newington, the third on the R. about 1/3 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle along Walworth High street or road, it extends to Francis street.
Hans Place, Hans Town, Sloane Street, Chelsea, the square at the W. end of Hans st. from 63, Sloane st. or the termination of Elizabeth st. from Queen st.
Hans Street, Sloane Street, Chelsea, at 63, being that number of houses 1/4 of a mileon the R. from Knightsbridge, it extends to Hans place.
Hans Town, Chelsea. See Hans Place.
Hansons Gains, New Street, St. Catherines, a few doors on the L. from St. Catherines lane, towards 50, Upper East Smithfield.
Hanway Street, Oxford Street, at 22, the first on the R. twenty two doors from St. Giless, leading to 5, Tottenham court road, op. Great Russell street.
Harbour Masters Office, at 2, Little Thomas st. between St.Catherines street and Lower East Smithfield, about of a mile below Tower hill.
Harden Rents, Meeting House Walk, Snows Fields, is behind the fourth house on the R. in Snows fields from the E. end of King street, Borough.
Harding Street (East), Great New Street, Fetter Lane. the first on the R. nine doors from West Harding street leading to Gunpowder alley and 94, Shoe lane.
Harding Street (West), Fetter Lane, at 20, the first on the R. twenty doors from 179, Fleet st. it extends to Great New st.
Hare Alley, Shoreditch, at 80, about twelve doors on the R. north from the turnpike, leading to Cock lane and Old Nicol st.
Hare Alley, Hare Street, Spitalfields or Bethnal Green, at 58, a few doors W. from the Workhouse, or the third on the R. from 109, Brick lane.
Hare Court, Temple Lane, Fleet Street, the first on the R. a few yards from 15, Fleet st. near Temple bar.
Hare Court Buildings, Temple Gardens, on the W. side of the said Gardens, or the fourth on the L. in Middle Temple lane, from 5, Fleet st.
Hare Court, Aldersgate Street, at 62, about fifteen doors N. from Jewin st. leading into Pauls alley and Redcross st.
Hare Court, Hare Street, Spitalfields or Bethnal Green, on the N. side, the first on the L. a few doors from 110, Brick lane.
Hare Marsh, Hare Street, Spitalfields or Bethnal Green, at 61, the second on the R. from 109, Brick lane, it extends to St. John street.
Hare Row, Cambridge Heath, Hackney Road, between the Hare Public house and Cambridge house academy, near the turnpike.
Hare Street, Hoxton Town, on the E. side, by the Hare Public house, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Old street road.
Hare Street, Brick Lane, Spitalfields or Bethnal Green, at 110, the second on the L. from 144, Church st. it extends from op. Sclater street to Bethnal green workhouse.
Hare Street, Poplar High Street or Road, the first W. from the East India alms houses and nearly op. the Queens head, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from the Commercial road.
Hare Walk, Hoxton Town, on the E. side, by the Hare Public house, about j of a mile on the R. from Old street road, leading to Kingsland road.
Harewood Place, Oxford Street, nearly op. 132, about 5/8 of a. mile on the L. from St. Giless, and near the same distance on the R. from Hyde park, it extends to Hanover square.
Harford Place, Walworth, the continuation of West lane, entering op. East st. about 2/3 of a mile on the R. from the Elephant
and Castle.
Harford Place, Drury Lane, at 116, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from the New church in the Strand towards Holborn.
Harley Mews, Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square, a few yards on the R. from the N. W. corner of the square.
Harley Mews North, Harley Street, Cavendish Square, at 58, the second on the L. about 1/8 of a mile from the N. W. corner of Cavendish square.
Harley Place, New Road, Marylebone, a few houses on the S. side, op. Hastingss Nursery, nearly adjoining the E. side of Devonshire place, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from Tottenham court road.
Harley Place, Kent Road, forms part of the L. side, a few doors below the Bricklayers arms, it is continued by Kent place and Nelson place.
Harley Street, Cavendish Square, at the N.W. corner of the square, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 79, it extends to Weymouth st. about 1/4 of a mile in length.
Harley Street (Upper), the N. continuation of the last described, extending from Weymouth st. to the fields.
Harleyford Place, Kennington, on the W. side the Clapham road, op. Kennington common, a few doors on the R. south from the Horns.
Harleyford Street, Harleyford Place, Kennington Road, the second on the R. from the Horns towards Clapham, it extends to the Oval
Harlow Place, Mile End Road, the second on the R. about fifteen doors below the turnpike, extending to Grove place.
Harods Place or Alley, Wellclose Square, at the S. W. corner leading to Well street, Parsons street, and Upper East Smithfield.
Harp Alley, Fleet Market, at 82, about sixteen doors on the L. from Fleet street, it extends to 14, Shoe lane.
Harp Court, Black Horse Alley, Fleet Street, at the N. end from 98, Fleet street, it also communicates with Fleet market at 90.
Harp Court, Grub Street, Cripplegate, about six doors on the R. north from 97, Fore st. or the last on the L. from 1:5, Chiswell st.
Harp Lane, Lower Thames Street, at 77, the sixth on the L. about 1/5 of a mile from London bridge, it extends to 19, Great Tower st.
Harpurs Fields, Edgware Road, nearly op. King street, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Tyburn turnpike,
Harpurs Mews, East Street, Red Lion Square, at 13, about three doors on y the L. from Lambs Conduit strcct, it leads to 42, Theobalds road.
Harpur Street, Theobalds Road, Red Lion Square, at 47, about nine doors on the R. from Red Lion st. it extends to 7, East st.
Harpurs Walk, High Street, Lambeth, the second on the R. about twenty doors from the church, it leads to Fore st. and the Thames.
Harrels Row, Green Bank, St. Georges in the East, the second on the L. from Wapping church, towards Gravel lane, it leads to Knights court and Tench st.
Harriots Place, Fashion Street, Spitalfields, at 56, about eight or nine doors E. from Rose lane, or the fourth on the R. from 194 Brick lane.
Harriss Buildings, Whitechapel Road, at 132, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. below Whitechapel church, nearly op. the London hospital.
Harriss Court, RatclifFe Highway, at 122, op. Old Gravel lane, or a few doors on the L. east from St. Georges church.
Harriss Place, Oxford Street, at 364, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from St. Giless, between Poland street and the Pantheon.
Harriss Place, White Bear Gardens, Hackney road, is a few yards N . from Harriss row. See Harriss row.
Harriss Row, White Bear Gardens, Hackney Road, the first on the R. from the N. end of Union walk, Union street.
Harrisons Wharf, St. Catherines Street, between Allens and Daviss, a few doors E. from St. Catherines stairs, about 5/8 of a mile below London bridge.
Harrow Alley, White Street, Cutler Street, Houndsditch, the second on the L. a few doors from Cutler st. entering by 114 Houndsditch, it leads to that part of Petticoat lane which is nearly op. Wentworth street.
Harrow Alley, Aldgate High Street, about eighteen doors on the R. below the Minories, it leads to Little Somerset st. and Mansel st. Goodmans fields.
Harrow Court, St. Peters Hill, Docfors Commons, about six doors on the L. from 210, Upper Thames st. or a few doors on the
R. from 4, Little Knight rider st. Doctors commons.
Harrow Court, Harrow Street, Mint Street, Borough, about the middle of the S. side, or N. end of Vine court, from 115, Blackman street.
Harrow Lane, Poplar. See Kings road.
Harrow Road, Paddington, on the L. about 5/8 of a mile from Tyburn turnpike along the Edgware road.
Harrow Street, Mint Street, Borough, the second on the L. about twenty doors from 156, High st. or from op. St. Georges church, it extends to Lant st.
Harrow Street (Little), Mint Street, Borough, the first on the R. from 156, High st. leading into Birdcage alley and Redcross st.
Harts Lane, Bethnal Green Road, the first on the L. a few doors below the turnpike, near 1/2 a mile from 65, Shoreditch.
Harts Row, Marsh Wall, Poplar, or Isle of Dogs, is near a mile below the entrance to the West India docks by the side of the river, about 1/8 of a mile E. of the Kings arms.
Hart Street, Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, the first on the R. about twelve doors from 276, Oxford street, and near the same distance from the N. E. corner of Grosvenor square.
Hart Street, Bk>omsbury 5 the first on the L. in King street, from 120, High Holborn, part of it forms the S. side of Bloomsbury square and it extends to Peter st.
Hart Street, Covent Garden, the first on the L. in Bow street, from Great Ruflell street, it extends from the N. side of Covent garden theatre to Conduit court, Long acre.
Hart Street, Wood Street, Cripplegate, at 63, op. London wall, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from 122, Cheapside, it extends to Monkwell st.
Hart Street, Crutched Friars, at 64, Mark lane, the first on the L. about sixteen doors from 55, Fenchurch st. it leads towards America sq. and the Minories.
Hart Street, Weymouth Street, Kent Road, the second on the R. from Brighton place, Kent road, by the Elephant and Castle, it leads to White hart court and Crown row, Walworth High road.
Hartleys Wharf, Horselydown, on the W. side, of Horselydown Old Stairs, about | a mile below London bridge by the river, entrance by Freemans lane near the E. end of Tooley st.
Hartshorn Court, Moor Lane, Moorfields, at 17, the fifth on the R~from 86, Fore st.
Hartshorn CourtjLeadenhall Street, at 66, about eight doors on the L. from Aldgate pump, it leads to 94, Fenchurch st.
Hartshorn Court or Street, Golden Lane, St. Lukes, the third on the L. about eighteen doors from Old st. it leads to Cowheel alley and 168, Whitecross st.
Hartshorn Wharf ,LowerEast Smithfield, between the Army Victualling Office and Glasgow wharf.
Harveys Buildings, Strand, at 426, three doors W. from Bedford st. and about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Charing cross.
Hasley Court, Blackman Street, Borough, at 101, about six doors S. from Lant st. or the third on the right 1/8 of a mile S. from
op. St. Georges church, it is also called Nelsons place.
Hat and Mitre Court, St. John Street, Clerkenwell, at 150, nearly op. Passing alley, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. north from 74, West Smithfield.
Hatch Row, Broad Wall, Lambeth, is nearly op. Cross street, from Blackfriars road.
Hatchet Ccurt, Little Trinity Lane, at 20, three doors on the R. from 199, Upper Thames st. it leads to Sugar loaf court and Garlick hill.
Hatfield Place, Westminster Bridge Road, St. Georges Fields, is on the W. side the Obelisk, and is the first row of houses on the L. from it towards the Asylum.
Hatfield Place, Cross Street, Christ Church, Surrey, the third on the R. a few doors from Blackfriars road, it leads into Hatfield st.
Hatfield Street, Stamford Street, Christ Church, Surrey, the second st. which intersects it from Blackfriars road, near the bridge, it extends from Upper ground to Broadwall.
Hatfield Street, Goswell Street, St. Lukes, at 25, under the arch, the third on the L. a few doors S. from Old st. it leads to Cherrytree court and Golden lane.
Hatfield Yard, Grays Walk, Lambeth, at the E.endfrom Lambeth walk, or at the W. end of East st. from op. Walcot place.
Hatton Court, Threadneedle Street, at 49, about ten doors on the R. from Bishopsgate, or two doors E. from the church.
Hatton Court, Saffron Hill, at 139, on the W. side, about twelve doors on the L. from Field lane, Holborn bridge, or eight doors on the R. from Charles otreet, Hatton garden.
Hatton Garden, Holborn Hill, at 106, the second coach turning on the R. west from Fleet market, here the numbers begin and end,
viz. 1 and 108, it extends to Hatton wall.
Hatton Wall, Hatton Garden, Holborn, at the N. end, extending from 42, Leather lane to 76, Saffron hill.
Harton Yard, Hatton Wall, two or three doors on the L. west from 77, Saffron bill, and five or six doors E. from 57, Hatton garden, it leads into Kirby st.
Haughton Street,Clare Market, the second on the R. in Nwcastle st. from 309, in the Strand, by the New church, it leads into the said market.
Haunch of Venison Yard, Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor square, four doors on the R. from 103, New Bond st. it leads to 55, South Molton st.
Hawkers Office, Somerset Place, Strand, the first door on the R. in the square, through the archway, from between 151 and 152, in the Strand.
Hawkinss Court, Miless Lane, Cannon Street, the first on the R. about twelve doors from 19, Cannon st. and about the same distance on the L. from 131 ,Upper Thames st.
HawkinssCourt, Rosemary Lane, at 82, seven doors W. from White Lion st. and about of a mile on the L. cast from the Minories.
Hawksbury Place, Locks Fields, Walworth, the E. continuation of Salisbury place, leading towards Park place and East Jane.
Hawley and Downes Wharf, Lower East Smithfield, on the W. side of Hermitage dock, netr the bottom of Nightingale lane, about 7/8 of a mile below London bridge.
Hays Court, Gerrard Street, Soho, at the E. end by 1, extending to King st. or the continuation of Greek st. from Soho square, leading towards Newport market.
Hays Court, Whites Yard, Rosemary Lane, the first on the L. a few doors from 58, Rosemary lane, or the last on the R. from 97, Upper East Smithfield.
Hay Hill, Berkeley Street, Berkeley Square, four or five doors on the L. from the S. E. corner of the square, or the first on the R. of a mile from 76, Piccadilly, it extends to Dover st.
Hays Lane, Tooley Street, nearly op. Dean st. about of a mile on the L. from London bridge, leading to Hays wharf.
Hays Mews, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, entrance about five doors on the R. from the S. W. corner of the said square.
Hays Row, Paris Place, Chapel Street, Lisson Green, Paddington, a few yards on the L. from Chapel street near the Edgware road.
Hays Wharf, Tooley Streer, entrance about 1/6 of a mile on the L. below London bridge by Hays lane.
Haydon Passage, Mansel Street, Goodmans Fields, at 21, about nine doors on the R. from Somerset st. Whitechapel, it leads to the N. E. corner of Haydon square.
Haydon Square, Minories, the last on the R. in Church st. from 20, in the Minories, or at the E. end of Haydon yard.
Haydon Square (Little), Minories, entrance at the N. side of the last described.
Haydon Yard, Minories, at 40, about the middle of the E. side leading into Haydon square, from whence there is a passage to Mansel strcet.
Haymarket, extends from the E. end of Piccadilly to Pall Mall, from whence it is continued by Cockspur street to Charing cross.
Note, a market for hay is also held held at several other places, viz. Smithfield, Whitechapel, Stones End, Borough, &c.
Haymer Court, Maid Lane, Borough, on the S. side, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. west from Park st. nearly op. Rose alley, Bankside.
Hazlewood Court, Twisters alley, St. Lukes the first on the lefy, a few doors from 103 Bunhill row, leading to Blue anchor alley.
Heath Court, Strand, at 412, nearly op. Adam st. Adelphi, 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Charing cross.
Heath Place, Hackney Road, about a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church, situate between the turnpike and the Hare public house.
Heddon Court, Swallow Street, Piccadilly, at 131, the fourth on the L. about 1/5 of a mile from 41, Piccadilly, it leads into Heddon st.
Heddon Street, Leicester Street, Swallow Street, three or four doors on the R. from 139, Swallow st. it leads to Heddon court, and 131, Swallow st.
Hedgers Court. Webber Row, St. Georges Fields, the first on the L. from behind the Magdalen hospital, and near the Jolly Miller public house.
St. Helena, Lower Road to Deptford, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. south from China hall, 1/8 of a mile W. from the Halfway house and 2j miles from London bridge.
St. Helens (Great), Bishopsgate Street, at 35 Bishopsgate within under the arch, about fifteen doors N. from the City of London Tavern, it leads to 61, St. Mary Axe.
St. Helens (Little) or St. Helens Place, Bishopsgate Strcct, the first on the L. a few doors N. from Great St. Helens.
St. Helens Chambers, Great St. Helens, Bishopsgate Within, behind the houses which form the E. side, entrance by 33.
St. Helens Church, is nearly in the centre of Great St. Helens, entrance by 35, Bishopsgate st. within.
Helmet Court, Strand, at 337, opporite Somerset house, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Temple bar.
Helmet Court, Helmet Row, Old Street, St. Lukes, the first on the L. from Old st. on the N. side St. Lukes church.
Helmet Court, London Wall, at 25, on the S. side, about six doors E. from Basinghall st. and near the same distance W. from Coleman st.
Helmet Court, Upper Thames Street, at 230, three doors E. from Addle hill, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Blackfriars bridge.
Helmet Court, Wormwood Street, Bishopsgate, at 13, about seven doors on the L. from 65, Bishopsgate, near the church.
Helmet Court, Butcher Row, Upper East Smithfield, at 31, a few doors on the R. from Upper East Smithfield, leading to Great
Garden street and St. Catherines lane.
Helmet Row, Old Street, St. Lukes, at 97, on the W. side the church, and nearly op. Whitecross st. it extends to Wcnlock st.
Hemlock Court, Carey Street, Chancery l.ane, at 12, the third on the L. about fifteen doors from 99, Chancery lane, it leads to Ship yard and the Strand.
Hemmings Row, St. Martins Lane, Charing Cross, at 119, the first coach turning on the L. from Charing cross, it extends to Castle st. Leicester square.
Hemus. Place or Terrace, Chelsea, is situate between the Hospital and the Kings road, on the E. side Smith st.
Hen and Chickens Court, Fleet St. 18l, between St. Dunstans church and Fetter lane, near 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market.
Heneage or Innage Lane, Dukes Place, Aldgate, the third on the R. in Creechurch lane from 87, Leadenhall st. it extends to op. 17, Bevis marks.
Henrietta Mews, Henrietta Street, Brunswick Square, at the E. end of it by the Foundling hospital burying ground,
Henrietta Passage, Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, at 22, about five doors on the L. from the S. W. corner of the square near Oxford chapel.
Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, at the S. W. corner, extending to Marylebone lane or the first N. parallel to part of Oxford st. say from 131 to 156.
Henrietta St. Manchester Square, the first N. parallel to part of Oxford st. say from 1G1 to 171, or the third on the L. in Duke st. from the square.
Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, the W. continuation of the S. side of the market, extending to 34, Bedford st.
Henrietta Street, Brunswick Square, the first on both the R. and the L. in Hunter st. from the N. W. corner of the said square.
Henrietta Street, Hackney Road, on the S. side, nearly op. Great Cambridge street, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church.
Henry Court or Passage, Henry Street, Hampstead Road, the second on the R. in Henry st. from the Hampstead road, it leads into Little Brook vt.

Henry Place, Castle Lane, Westminster, the first on the R. in the said lane, from the Stag or Elliotts brewery towards James street.
Henry Place, Monmouth Place, Walworth Common, near the S. end of Surrey square from the Kent road, it leads to Phillipss buildings.
Henry Street, Hampstead Road, the second on the L. a few doors from Tottenham court or from the New road, leading to Brook st. and Fitzroy place.
Henry Street, Grays Inn Lane, about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from Middle row, Hclborn, or the first S. from Great Guilford st. it extends to Robert st.
Henry Street, Pentonville, the first N. parallel to part of the High street or road, say from op. the New river reservoir to the chapel, it extends from White Lion st. to Rodney st.
Henry Street, Old Street, St. Lukes, at 80, the second on the R. west from St. Lukes hospital, it extends to Old street square.
Heralds College, Doclors Commons, at 15, Bennets hill, sixteen doors on the L. from 15, St. Pauls church yard, along Pauls chain, it extends to St. Peters hill.
Herberts Passage, Strand, the first S. parallel to part of it, say from 89 to 103, nearly cp. Southampton st. Covent garden.
Hercules Buildings, Lambeth, the S. side of the broad turning, nearly op. the Asylum, about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge, it leads towards Lambeth church.
Hercules Coach Office, Leadenhall Street, at 119, nearly op. Lime st, and the East India house.
Hercule Tavern and Coffee House, at 79, Old .Broad street, near Threadneedle st. about ten doors on the L. from the N. side of the Royal Exchange.
Hereford Street, Park Street, Grosvenor Square, at 53, the first on the R. from 248, Oxford st. leading towards Hyde park,
Hermes Street, Pentonville, the third on the R. in the High street or road from Islington, and nearly op. the New river reservoir.
Hermitage Bridge, Hermitage Dock, about 7/8 of a mile below the Tower, and near of a mile from London bridge by the side of the Thames, it leads from St. Catherines st. to Wapping.
Hermitage Dock, divides St. Catherines street and the parish of Aldgate, from Wapping. See the last article.
Hermitage Stairs, Wapping, op. 14, Wapping st. a lew yards on the R. below Hermitage bridge, facing Mill stairs, St. Saviours dock, Southwark.
Hermitage Street Great), the first N. parallel to part of Wapping st. say from number 15 to 72, commencing on the E. side Hermitage bridge, and extends to the London docks.
Hermitage Street (Little), at 11, Wapping st. the first on the L. below Hermitage bridge, extending to Great Hermitagc st.
Hermitage Yard, Hermitage Street, Wapping, the continuation of Little Hermitagr st. from 14, Wapping st. leading to Redmaids lane by the side ot the London dock.
Herns Buildings, Upper East Smithfield, is cp. OS, about J of a mile on the T . from Little Tower hill.
Heras Court, Dock Street, Upper East Smithfield, the first on the left, a few doors from 88, Upper East Smithfield, or a few doors on the R. from 68, Rosemary lane.
Hertford Row, near Pentonville, op. the S. end of Weston st. and Hamilton place, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Clerkenwell green towards Battle bridge and Sommers town.
Hertford Street, Fitzroy,Square, is parallel to the E. side, or is the first on the R. in London st. about eight doors from 108, Tottenham court road.
Hertford Street, Mayfair, the continuation of Chapel st. from 35, Curzon st. or the third on the R. in Park lane from Piccadilly.
Hertford Street.Skinner Street.Sommers Town, about six doors on the L. from the Brill public house, or twenty doors on the R. from 15 Judds Place East.
Hewets Court, Strand, at 461, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Charing cross, it leads to Church lane and St. Martins church yard.
Hickmans Folly, Dock Head, Bermondsey, the E. continuation of Dock head, extending from Mill st. to Georges row.
Hickmans Rents, Russell Street, Bermondsey. SeeHillmans Rents.
High Row, Knightsbridge, on the N. side the High road, about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from Hyde park corner towards the barracks.
High Street, Marylebone, the continuation of Thayer st. on the E. side of Manchester sq. or the N. end of Marylebone lane, from 158, Oxford st. it extends to the New Road.
High Street, St. Giless, the W. continuation of Broad st. commencing by the church and extending to Oxford st. and Tottenham court road.
High Street, Islington, commences at the Angel inn, and extends towards the church.
High Street, Mile Eud New Town, the continuation of Great Garden street, entering by 50, Whitechapel road, leading to Well st. and Spitalfields.
High Street, Stepney, oh the W. side the church yard, extending from the Ship public house towards the Green.
High Street, Lambeth, the second E. parallel to the Thames, extending from op. the church, to Broad st.
High Street, Borough, commences at London bridge where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 325, and extends to St. Georges church, near 1/2 a mile in length, from whenpe it is continued by Blackman st.
High Street, Newington, on the E. side the High road, commencing op. the church, and extending to the Horse and Groom, opposite Kennington lane.
High Timber Street, Upper Thames Street, is parallel to part of the S. side of it, say from 40 to 51, it extends from Broken wharf to Brooks wharf.
Higlers Lane, Lambeth Marsh or New Cut, the second on the L. near of a mile from Surrey chapel, it leads to Webber st.
Higlers Lane or Friar Street, Blackfriars Road, the third on the L. from Surrey chapel towards the Obelisk, about 1/2 a mile from the bridge, it leads to Great Suffolk street.
Hills Aims Houses, Westminster. See Emery Hills.
Hills Buildings, Ebury Place, Pimlico, a few doors on the R. from Kemps row, op. Ranelagh walk, about 2/3 of a mile from Buckingham gate.
Hill Court, Hill Street, Finsbury Square, the first on the L. about two or three doors from Paul st. or a few doors on the R. from 10 Windmill st.
Hill Court, Shoreditch High Street, at 51, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Bishopsgate church and near of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Hill Mews, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, at 35, a few yards on the L. from the W. side the square, extending to 6 Charles st,
Hill Street, Berkeley Square, at the middle of the W. side, leading to V, South Audley st. to Dean st. and Park Lane.
Hill Street, Finsbury Square, the second parallel to the N. side, extending from Paul st. to 10, Windmill st.
Hill Street, Little Tower Hi11, that part of the E. side of the said hill which extends from the Minories to Victualling office square by the New Mint.
Hilliards Court, Old Gravel Lane, St. Georges in the East, at 15, the second on the R. from 157, Wapping st. two doors S. from King st.
Hillmans Rents, Russell Street, Bermondsey, the first on the R from Dock head, or about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from 90 Bermondsey st.
Hind Court, Fleet Street, at 147, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Fleet market, it leads to Gough square and New st. Fetter lane.
Hind Court, Noble Street, Falcon Square. at 19, two or three doors on the L. from the said square, or about 1/4 of a mile on the K. from 117, Cheapside along Foster lane.
Hind Mews, Hind Street, Manchester Square, the first S. parallel to and about four doors from it, or at 61, Marylebone lane.
Hind Street, Manchester Square, extends from the E. side to Bentinck st. or is the third on the L. 1/5 of a mile from 158, Oxford st. along Marylebone.lane.
Hintons Alms Houses, Plough Alley, Barbican, a few yards on the R. from nearly op. Redcross st.
Hobsons Place, Pleasant Row, Mile End New Town, about the middle of the S. side, and is between Lombard st. and Dean street.
Hodges Buildings, RatclifFe Row, St. Lukes about the middle of the S. side, viz. between Pittmans buildings and Bath st. by the City road.
Hodges or Hodsons Court, Ratcliffe Row, St. Lukes, the first on the R. a few doors , from Orchard st. and nearly op. Georges Row from the City road.
Hodges Court, Denmark Street, St. Georges in the East, the first on the R. a few doors from 153, Ratcliffe Highway towards Back lane or New road.
Hodges Place, Gill Street, Limehouse, the E. side of the said street. See Gill st.
Hodgsons or Hodsons Buildings, Arnold Place, Walworth, nearly op. Hanover st. from Walworth High st. or road.
Hodgsons or Hudsons Court, Strand, at 481, op. Northumberland st. a few doors on, the L. from Charing cross.
Hodgsons Place, Locks Fields, Walworth, a few houses on the W. side the Obelisk, between Salisbury place and Paragon place.
Hodgson Street, Francis Street, Walworth, the first on the R. from op. Newington church, or it is nearly op. Hanover st. from Walworth High st. or road.
Hog Lane, Shorcditch. See Worship Street.
Hog Yard, Whites Yard, Rosemary lane, a few doors on the L. from 58, Rosemary lane, and near the same distance from 97, Upper East Smithfield.
Hog Yard, Castle Lane, Borough, the first on the R. about three doors from Castle st. towards Maid lane and Bankside.
Holborn r B?rs, Holborn, the boundary of the city, by Middle row, op. Grays inn lane.
Holborn Bridge, Fleet Market, at the N. end, the space between Snow hill and Holborn hill.
Holborn Court, Grays Inn, entrance by 20, High holborn, under the arch, being that number of houses W. of Grays inn lane, it leads to Grays inn square and Bedford row.
Holborn Hill, at the N. end of Fleet market, extending to Middle row and within three doors of Grays inn lane, where the num bers begin and end, viz. 1 and 149, it is about 1/4 of a mile in length.
Holborn (High), the W. continuation of the last described, extending from Middle row, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 320, to Drury lane and Broad st. St. Giless, about 1/4 of a mile in length.
Holbrook Buildings, Tottenham Court Road, at 127, about 5/8 of a mile on the L. from Oxford st. it leads to Fitzroy market.
Holbrook Court, Holbrook Buildings, Tottenham Court Road, the first on the R. three doors from 127, Tottenham court road.
Holdens Yard, Crown Street, Soho, or St. Giless, a few yards on the L. from Oxford st. or from Tottenham eourt road, towards Denmark street.
Holdings Rents, Rotherhithe St. on the W. side the Surrey canal dock, 1/3 of a mile on the R. below the church.
Hole In the Wall Court, 60 Fleet Street. See St. Dunstans Court.
Hole in the Wall Passage or Alley, Baldwins Gardens, Leather Lane, at 21, about twelve doors on the L. from 77, Leather lane, it leads to Dorrington st.
Holland Street, Christ Church, or Blackfriars Road, the second on the L. a few yards from the bridge, leading to Gravel lane, or to Bank side.
Hollen Street, Wardour Street, Soho, about nine doors on the L. from 382, Oxford st. extending to Great Chapel st. and lead ing towards Soho square.
Holles Street, Cavendish Square, at 123, Oxford st. about | of a mile on the R. from St. Giless, it extends to the S. side of the said square.
Holles Street, Stanhope Street,Clare Market, at 5S, the third on the R. from the New church in the Strand along Newcastle st. it leads to the W. side of the said market.
Holliday Yard, Creed Lane, Doctors Commons, the first on the R. a few yards from 14, Ludgate st. by St. Pauls church yard.
Hollow Place or the Hollow, Mitchell Street, St. Lukes, on the W. side of Helmet row, by St. Lukes church.
Holloway Strcet (Great), Mile End Old Town, Stepney, the second on the L. in Union st. from 281, Whitechapel road, it is a few doors S. of Sion chapel and extends to Mulberry st.
Holloway Street (Little), Mile End Old Town, the K. continuation of the last described, it extends from Mulberry st. to Plumbers row.
Holyfield Row, Elizabeth Place, Lambeth, is op. 28, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Kennington cross towards Lambeth Workhouse.
Holywell Lane, Shoreditch High Street, at 194, near the turnpike, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. south from the church, it extends to the Curtain road.
Holywell Mount, Shoreditch, there is no particular pile of buildings distinguished by this name, but the neighbourhood around Chapel st. and Holywell row is still called so.
Holywell Row, Worship Street, Shoreditch, the second coach turning on the R. from Shoreditch, or the first on the L. from Paul st. it leads to Chapel st. and the Curtain road.
Holy well Street, Shoreditch, a part of the High st. particularly on the W. side, is distinguished by this name, say from numbers 194 to 219.
Holywell Street, Strand, on the W. side, of St. Clements church, about 1/8 of a mile from Temple bar, extending to Newcastle st. by the New church.
Homer Place, Winchester Row, Edgware Road, the continuation of the said row, towards Lisson green and the Yorkshire stingo.
Homer Row, Winchester Row, Edgware Road, the first on the R. about | of a mile from the Edgware road towards the Yorkshire stingo, it extends to Upper Durweston st.
Homer Street, Homer Place, Marylebone, the first E. parallel to the last described, near the Yorkshire stingo.
Honduras Street, Old Street, St. Lukes, at 2J, the fourth on the R. twenty three doors from Goswell st. it leads into Baltic st. and Golden Lane.
Honduras Wharf, Willow Street, Bankside, on the E. side the Falcon Glasshouse, about 1/8 of a mile below Blackfriars bridge.
Honey Lane, Cheapside, at 110, op. Bow church, extending to Honey lane market.
Honey Lane Market, Cheapside, the first on the R. in Milk street from 116, Cheapside. See the last article.
Honeysuckle Court, Moor Lane, Moorfields, the first on the L. about seven or eight doors from 87, Fore street, it leads to Grub street.
Hoods Place, Paradise Row, St. Pancras, at the back or N. W. side the Small pox hospital, Battle bridge, near Sommers town.
Hooks Gardens or Buildings. Silver Street,Canterbury Square,Tooley Street. the first on the L. a few doors from under the arch, on the W. side of the said square.
Hoopers Court, Queens Buildings, Brompton High Road , the first on the L. a iew doors from Knightsbridgje, it leads to North
st. and Sloane st.
Hoopers Court or Street, Great Sutton Strett, Clerkenwell, the first on the R. a few doors from 128, Goswell st. it extends to Little Sutton st.
Hoopers Court, Pleasant Row, Mile End New Town, near the middle of the S. side, about six doors W. from Dcan st. and near the same distance E. from Lombard t.
Hoopers Court, Upper East Smithfield, at <28, the second on the L. a few doors from Tower hill, or a few doirs on the R. from Butcher Row.
Hoopers Court or Square, Goodmans Fields, at 82, Lemon st. op. Prescott st. leading into Lambeth st. and Rupcrt st.
Hooper Street, Apollo Gardens, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, near 1/2 a mile oh the L. from Westminster bridge, is nearly op. the Asylum, and leads into Gloucester street.
Hope Coach Office, Charing Cross, nearly op. the gate of the Kings Mews, two doors W. from the Phoenix Fire office.
Hope Court, Angel Street, Broadwall, Christ Church or Lambeth, the first on the L. a few doors from Charlotte st. nearly op. the Mitre public house.
Hope Gardens, St. Martins Lane, Charing Cross, at 50, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from Charing cross and eight doors S. from New st. it extends to 20, Bedford bury.
Hope Insurance Office, Ludgate Hill, ten doors on the R. from New Bridge st. or from Fleet market towards St. Pauls church yard.
Hope Place, Whitechapel Road, at 131, nearly op. the London hospital, leading to Ducking pond row.
Hope Street, Quaker Street, Spitalfields, the second on the R. a few doors from 173, Brick lane, N. side Hanburys brewery, or the second on the L. from 29 Wheeler st.
Hope Town, Bethnal Green Road. on the N. side, a few doors W. of the turnpike, near } a mile on the L. from G5, Shoreditch.
Hopkins Street, Broad Street, Carnaby Market, at 51, four doors on the L. from 81, Berwick st. it extends to Peter st.
Hoptons Alms Houses, Green Walk, Christ Church, a few doors on the L. from Holland st. or op. Cumberland st. from 67, John st.
Hores Wharf, Wnpping, on the E. side of Hermitage stairs, near a mile below London bridge, and nearly op Mill stairs, Dock head, or Bermondsey wall.
Horhams Court, Ratcliffe Square, Ratcliffe, at the back of the S. E. corner of the said square, by Paradise court.
Horn Alley, Liquor Pond Street, Leather Lane, Holborn, at 30, the first on the R. a few doors from the N. end of Leather lane, extending to Tothill st.
Horn Alley, Aldersgate Street, at 43, four doors S. from Jewin st. about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from 66, Newgate st. along St. Mar tins le Grand.
Horn Brewery, Lambeth Marsh, entrance by the third on the R. about 1/4 of a mile from Surrey chapel.
Horn Court, Shoreditch, on the N. side the church, facing Shoreditch High st. between the commencement of the Kingsland and Hackney roads.
Horse Row, King Street, Borough, behind 59, about fourteen doors on the R. from 109, Borough High st. leading to Chapmans Buildings and King st. again.
Horse and Dolphin Yard, Macclesfield Street, Soho, about the middle of the E. side, viz. between King st. and Gerrard st.
Horse Ferry Rotherhithe Street,at 118, about 3/4 of a mile below the .church and 2 3/4 miles from London bridge by the line of the river, op. Mr. Turners wharf, Narrow st. Limehouse.
Horse Ferry Road, Millbank Street, Westminster, the fifth on the R. about 1/3 of a mile from the Abbey, extending from the Thames to Great Peter st. or to Strutton ground, near 1/2 a mile in length.
Horse and Groom Yard, Holborn Hill, at 129, nearly op. Fetter lane, about of a mile on the R. from Fleet market.
Horse and Groom Yard, Wood Street, Westminster, two or three doors on the L. from 63, Millbank st. it leads to Church st.
Horse and Groom Yard, Chiswell Street, at 30, about twenty doors on the L. from the S. W. corner of Finsbury square.
Horse and Groom Yard, Curtain Road, Shoreditch, a few doors on the R. from Worship st. or on the L. from Holy well lane.
Horse and Groom Yard, Newington High Street or Road, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. south from the church, nearly op. the Plough and Harrow, and Kennington lane.
Horse Guards, Whitehall, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from Charing cross towards Westminster abbey, entering to St. Jamess park.
Horse Shoe Alley, York Street, Westminster, the second on the R. a few doors from James st. it leads to Little Chapel st. by the Blue coat school.
Horse Shoe Alley, Old Street, St. Lukes, at 99, three doors W. from the church, it is also called Anchor alley.
Horse Shoe Alley, Petticoat Lane, Whitechapel, the sixth on the R. about thirty two doors from 41, Aldgate High st. leading to Goulston square.
Horse Shoe Alley, Bankside, Southwark, the first on the L. about fonrteen doors from Clink st. or from Bank end, it leads into Maid lane.
Horse Shoe Alley Stairs, the N end of the said alley, about 1/3 of a mile above London bridge, and opposite Three crane stairs, Upper Thames st.
Horse Shoe Alley, Wilson Street, Finsbury, the second on the R. about twelve doors from the N. side of Moorfields, leading into Mulberry court and Long alley.
Horse Shoe Court, St. Clements Lane, Temple Bar, about the middle of the W. side, nearly op. Yeatess Court from Carey st. it leads to Clements inn.
Horse Shoe Court, Ludgate Hill, at 32, about five doors W. from the Old Bailey and fifteen doors on the L. from Fleet market.
Horse Shoe Inn, Stones End, Borough, about | ofa mile on the L. from London bridge, nearly op. the Kings Bench.
Horse Shoe Inn, Gos well Street, at 7, about thirty seven doors on the R. from Barbican.
Horse Shoe Passage, Newgate St. at 60, three doors on the R. from Cheapside.it leads to Round court and St. Martins le Grand.
Horse Shoe Yard, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, at 56, two doors on the L. from 104, New Bond st.
Horse Shoe Yard, James Street, Grosvenor Square, at 42, the first on theR. from 28, Brook st. or the second on the L. from 287 Oxford st.
Horse and Trumpet Yard, Jewry Street, Aldgate, at 18, the second on the R. a few doors from John st. America square, or from Crutched friars.
Horselydown, Southwark. There is no particular pile of buildings distinguished by this name, but the neighbourhood from the E. end of Tooley st. to Dock head is called Horselydown.
Horselydown Lane, the third coach turning from the E. end of Tooley st. bearing to the L. it extends to Horselydown Old stairs.
Horselydown Old Stairs, about 1/2 a mile below London bridge by the line of the river, and op. irongate. See the last article.
Horselydown New Stairs, Shad Thames, on the W. side St. Saviours Dock, near 3/4 of a mile below London bridge, op. Parsons stairs, Lower East Smithfield.
Horselydown Wharf, Shad Thames, a few yards on theL. below Kings row,andon the W. side of George stairs, about 3/8 of a mile from London bridge.
Horsemonger Lane, Stones End, Borough, is nearly op. the Kings Bench, and is the first on the L. from Blackman st. towards the Elephant and Castle.
Hosier Lane, West Smithfield, at 25, the second on the L. from Newgate st. it extends to 7, Cow lane by Snow hill.
Houndsditch, commences at 7, Bishopsgate without, op. the church, and extends to Aldgate church, here the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 157.
House of Correction for Middlesex, Coldbath Fields, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Clerkenwell Green towards Pentonville.
Howards Court, Risbys Rope Walk, Limehouse, about the middle of the N. side, or the second on the L. from Narrow st. along Tites alley.
Howard Place, Hackney Road, forms part of the N. side, by the turnpike, Cambridge heath, about a mile on the L. from Shoreditch
church.
Howard Street, Arundel Street, Strand, the first on the R. about ten doors from 187, in the Strand, by the Crown and Anchor, it extends to Surrey st.
Howards or Howes Rents, Chigwell Street, Ratcliffe Highway, three doors on the R. from 51, Ratcliffe highway towards the London docks.
Howford Court, Fenchurch Street, at 148, nearly op. Rood lane, about twenty five doors on the L. from Gracechurch st.
Howland Mews, Howland Street, Tottenham. Court Road, three doors, on the L. from 94, Tottenham court road.
Howland Street, Tottenham Court Road, at 94, the first N. from Whitfields chapel, near 1/2 a mile on the L. from Oxford st. it ex tends to Upper Marylebone st.
Howland Street (Little), Howland Street, Tottenbam court road, at 52, three doors on the R. from 94, Tottenham. court road, it extends to London st.
Hoxton Market, on the N. side of Old street road, entrance by Boot st. five or six doors on the L. in Pitfield st. from op. Paul st.
Hoxton Square, Hoxton, two doors on the L. from that part of Old street road, which is op. the Curtain road, about 1/7 of a mile W. from Shoreditch church.
Hoxton Tow n, High Street or Road, the first W. parallel to Kingsland road, or the first on the R. in Old street road, about a of a mile from Shoreditch church.
Hudsons Bay House, Fenchurch Street, entrance between 3 and 4, under the gateway, three doors on the R. from Gracechurch st.
Hudsons Court, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, at 58, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from Lamb st. Spital sq. and nearly op. Quaker st. from 173, Brick lane.
HudsonsCourt.Strand. See Hodgson.
Hudsons Wharf, Upper Thames Street, about five doors on the R. from Earl st. \ of a mile below Blackfriars bridge.
Huggin Lane, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 115, the second on the L. about twenty doors from 122, Cheapside, it extends to 22, Gutter lane.
Hugging Lane, Upper Thames St. at 200, about the middle of the N. side, it extends to 4, Great Trinity lane, three doors E. from Bread st. Cheapside.
Hugging Court, Hugging Lane, Upper Thames Street, about the middle of the E. side, leading to 10, Little Trinity lane.
Hughs Court, Newington Causeway, about \ of a mile on the L. from Stones end, twelve or fifteen doors from the opening to the Sessions house towards the Elephant and Castle.
Huish Court, Water Lane, Blackfriars, the first on the R. from Earl st. by the bridge, it leads to Bristow street and St. Andrews hill.
Hulls Place, St. Johns Row, Ratcliffe Row, St. Lukes, the second on the L. a few doors from the N. end of Brick lane, entering by 113 01d st.
Hull Street, St. Johns Row, Ratcliffe Row, St. Lukes, the third on the L. a few doors from the N. end of Brick lane, entering by 113 Old st.
Hulls Terrace, Hull Street, St. Johns Row, Ratcliffe Row, St. Lukes, at the N. end of it, facing the Market garden.
Humberston Street, Commercial Road, St. Georges in the East, the second on the L. from Cannon street road towards Whitechapel, and nearly op. York st.
Humphreys Wharf, Limehouse, the first below Limehouse hole stairs, about 2 3/4 miles from London bridge by the line cf the river.
Hungerford Market, Hungerford Street, Strand, a few doors on the L. from 20, in the Strand towards the Thames.
Hungerford Stairs, Strand, at the bottom of Hungerford st. from 20, in the Strand, about 1/3 of a mile below Westminster bridge and op. Lambeth water works.
Hungerford Street, Strand, at 20, the third on the R. being that number of houses from Charing cross, it leads to Hungerford market and stairs.
Hunts Court, Castle Street, Leicester Square, at 20, three doors S. from Bear st. or it is op. Cecil court from 93, St.Martins lane.
Hunts Court, Hunt Street, Spitalfields or Mile End New Town, ten doors on the L. from Spicer st. and near the same distance from Pleasant row.
Hunts Court, Queen Street, Horselydown, a few doors on the R. from the E. end of Free school st. towards Gainsford st.
Hunts Row, Greenland Dock, by George stairs and Dudmans yard, about of a mile below the said dock.
Hunt Street, Spitalfields or Mile End New Town, the third on the R. in Spicer st. from 82, Brick lane, leading to Pleasant row and Whitechapel.
Hunter Mews, Henrietta Street, Brunswick Square, the first on the L. a few doors from Hunter st. towards Kenton st.
Hunters Museum, Portugal. Street, Lincolns Inn Fields, the stone fronted building which is nearly op. Carey st.
Hunter Street, Brunswick Square, the N. continuation of the W. side of the said square, extending towards Sommers town.
Hunter Street (North), the N. end of the last described.
Huntingdon St. Kingsland Road, the first street on the L. about 1/4 of a mile from Shjreditch church, it extends to Hoxton town.
Hupts Court, St. Martins Lane, Charing Cross, at 13, the first on the R. thirteen doors from Charing cross.or four or five doors S. from the church.
Hurles Buiidings,Garlick Hill, three doors on the R. from 100, Upper Thames st. or about six doors on the L. from Bow lane, Cheapside.
Hursts Place or Buildings New Street, Kent Road, part of the E. side of the said street, nearly op. Rockingham row.
Husband Street, New Street, Broad Street, Carnaby Market, at the E. end from 46, Broad st. it leads to Hopkins st. Peter st. and Wardour st.
Hyde Park, at the W. end of Piccadilly on the R. and of Oxford st. on the L. it extends to Kensington gardens.
Hyde Park Corner, the corner which embraces the W. end of Piccadilly and Knightsbridge by the turnpike.
Hyde Park, Walworth Common, the second on the R. in Thurlow pl. from Apollo buildings, East lane.
Hyde Street, Bloomsbury, the first on the L. a few yards N. from or behind 144, High Holborn, it extends from Lyon st. to Bow st. op. Drury lane.
Hylords Court, Crutched Friars, at 46, op. Savage gardens from Tower hill, and about 3 of a mile on the L. from 64 Mark lane.


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