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

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

TAKEN FROM ACTUAL SURVEY BY JOHN LOCKIE, 1810.

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Labour in Vain Court, Old Fish Street Hill, Upper Thames Street, a few doors on the L. from 201, Upper Thames St it leads to 10, Lambeth hill.
Labour in Vain Hill, Upper Thames Street. See Old Fish Street Hill.
Labour in Vain Street, Shadwell Market, at the S. E. corner, being a few doors S. from 66, Shadwell High St
Labour in Vain Street (Little , Shadwell, on the S. side Shadwell water works, and about three doors from Lower Shadwell.
Lad Court,White Hind Alley, Bankside, Southwark, about the middle of the E. side, viz. between Bankside and Maid lane.
Lad Lane, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 19, the first on the R. from 122, Cheapside, it extends to 17 Milk street.
Lamb Alley, Bishop:gate Without, at 144. W. side, being parallel to, or behind the houses which form the N. side of Sun St
Lamb Alley, Blackman Street, Borough, at 31, the fourth on the L. about that number of doors from St Georges church towards the Stone end.
Lamb Alley (Little), Blnckman St at 7, being that number of doors from St Georges church.
Lamb Alley, Bermondsey Street, at 185, the fourth on the L. from the church towards Tooley St
Lambs Buildings, Inner Temple Lane, the second on the L. a few doors from 16 Fleet street, it leads to Fantield court and Kings Bench walk.
Lambs Buildings, Cherry Tree Alley, Bunhill Row, St Lukes, the first on the R. a few yards from 117, Bunhill row, leading to Blue anchor alley,
Lambs Court or Square, Clerkenwell Green, at 23, on the S. side the Scssions house.
Lamb Court, Lamb Alley, Bishopgate Without, the first on the R. from 144, Bishopsgate street.
Lambs Cort, Red Lion Court, Spitalfields, about the middle of the N. side, viz. between 19, Red Lion court and 22. Wood St
Lambs Court, Whitechapel Road, at 65, N. side, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. below the church.
Lamb Green, Bermondsey, the termination of Lamb alley, from 185, Bermondsey street.
Lambs Passage, Chiswell Street, at 74, the third on the R. about 1/6 of a mile from the S. W. corner of Fimbury square.
Lamb Row, Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green, at the S. end on the L. by the Lamb public house, leading towards Dog row.
Lamb Street, Spitalfields, the E. continuation of Spital square, entering by 103, Bishcpsgate without, it leads to Browns lane and Brick lane.
Lambs Yard, Lambs Conduit Street, Red Lion Square, at 41, about eight doors on the L. from op. the Foundling hospital.
Lambs Conduit Passage, Red Lion Square, at 25, the N. K. corner, extending to 13, Red lion St
Lambs Conduit Street, Red Lion Street, Holborn, the N. continuation of it, entering by 71, High Holborn, leading to the Foundling hospital.
Lambeth Butts, Lambeth, that part which divides Vauxhall walk from
Lambeth walk, being the K. continuation of Broad St
Lambeth Chapel, Lambeth, is a few doors on the R. south from the Asylum, nearly op. the Three Stags, about 1/2 a mile from Westminster bridgc.
Lambeth Hill, Upper Thames Street, at 212, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Blackfriars bridge, leading to the Old Change.
Lambeth Marsh, Westminster Bridgc Road, the second on the L. about { of a mile from the bridge, leading from the turnpike to Blackfriars road.
Lambeth Upper Marsh, Westminster Bridge Road, is op. the last, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from the bridge, it extends to Stangate street.
Lambeth Mews, Clarges Street, Piccadilly, at the N. end of it, leading to Queen St and Charles St Berkeley square.
Lambeth Palace, Lambeth, on the N. side of Lambeth church, by the River Thames, about 1/3 of a mile above Westminster bridge.
Lambeth Place, West Square, St Georges Fields, at the S. end of Gibraltar row, near the Elephant and Castle.
Lambeth Road, St Georges Fields, on the S. side the Obelisk, facing Blackfriars road and leading towards Lambeth church.
Lambeth Stairs, Lambeth, on the W. side Lambeth church, near 1/2 a mile above Westminster bridge.
Lambeth or Lambert Street, Goodmans Fields, the second on the L. from behind 82, Lemon St it extends to Little Ayliffe St
Lambeth Terrace, Lambeth, the first on the R. in the High road S. from the Asylum, and nearly op. the New chapel, it extends towards Lambeth church.
Lambeth Walk, Lambeth, entrance by the first on the L. a few doors from the New chapel towards
Lambeth church, it extends to Lambeth butts.
Lambeth Water Works, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, a few doors below Coads Artificial stone manufactory, and about 1/3 of a mile from Westminster bridge.
Lambeth (South), Water Works, at the back of Kennington place, Upper Kennington lane, near Vauxhall gardens.
Lambeth Workhouse, Workhouse Lane, on the L. side, near Lambeth walk, about of a mile from Kennington cross.
Lancashire Court, New Bond St at 115, the third on the R. about 1/6 of a mile from 307, Oxford St
Lancster Court, Strand, at 174, a few doors on the L. from Charing cross, it leads to St Martins church yard.
Lancaster Court, Bankside, Southwark, between. Smiths Rents and Rose alley, about 1/3 of a mile above London bridge.
Land Revenue Office, Whitehall, the second door on the L. from nearly op. the Admiralty towards Middle Scotland yard.
Land of Promise, Hoxton Town, is nearly op. Workhouse lane, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Old street road.
Langadale Street, Cannon Street Road, St Georges in the East, the first W. parallel to part of it, extending from Wilham St to James street.
Langbourn Ward Tavern, Fenchurch Street, about ten or twelve doors on the L. from Gracechurch St
Langbourn Ward School, Lime Street, is by the church, two doors on the L. from 160, Fenchurch St
Langley Buildings, Walworth Common, on the S. side of Surrey square, by the Hen and Chickens public house, near East lane.
Langley Place, Commercial Road, Mile End Old Town, forms part of the N. side, between Greenfield St and Gloucester St near 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Whitechapel church.
Langley Street, Long Acre, at 115, the fourth on the R. 1/6 of a mile from 40, Drury lane, it extends to Castle St
Langthorn Court, Little Bell Alley, London Wall, on the S. side) Leathersellers buildings, entering op. Bethlem hospital.
Lansdown Honse, Berkeley Square, is on the S. side the said square.
Lansdown Mews, Upper Guilford Street, Russell Square, at 33, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Grays inn lane, and nearly op. Lansdown place.
Lansdown Mews, Clarges Street. Piccadilly, between 25 and 26, about seven doors on the R. north from Bolton row.
Lansdown Passage, Berkeley Street, Berkeley Square, a few yards on the R. from the square, leading to Bolton row.
Lansdown Place, Great Guilford Street, Russell Square, the third on the R. about of a mile from Grays inn lane, extending to Brunswick square.
Lant Street (Old), Blackman Street, Borough, at 109, the first on the R. about twenty doors from St Georges church towards the Kings Bench.
Lant Street (New), Borough, the W. continuation of the last described.
Lant Street (Little), Borough, entrance by the second on the R. in Lant St from 109 Blackman St it extends from Blue Ball court to Lombard St
Lascells Court, Broad Street, St Giles, at 42, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. east from the church, and nearly op. Plumbtree street.
Lascells Place, Broad Street, St Giles, at 50, about fourteen doors on the L. west from Drury lane.
Lathams Place, Church Way, Sommers Town, a few small houses behind 1, Sommers Place West, New road, to which there is a communication by a gateway.
Laudable Society for the Benefit of Widows, held at 4, Crane court, Fleet St
Laundry Yard, Great Peter Street, Westminster, the first on the L. about six doors from Marsham St
Lavender Lane, Rotherhithe Street, is op. 118, by the Horseferry, about I of a mile on the R. below the church.
Lavender Wharf, Rotherhithe St is nearly op. 140, by the Pageants, about 2| miles below London bridge.
Lawn, South Lambeth, is about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Vauxhall turnpike, towards Stockwell common.
St Lawrence Jewry Church, Cateaton Street, the N. end of King St Cheapside, on the L. by the entrance to Guildhall.
Lawrence Lane, Cheapside, at 96, three doors W. of King St or the fourth on the R. from the Mansion house.
Lawrence Pountney Hill, Cannon Street, at the bottom of Green Lettuce lane, from 30, Cannon St or the top of Ducksfoot lane, from 144, Upper Thames St
Lawrence Pountney Lane, Cannon Street, at 38, the third on the L. from Gracechurch St it extends to 141, Upper Thames St
Laxton Court, Long Lane, Bermondsey, about five doors W. from the Halfpenny hatch, and near 1/8 of a mile on the L. from St Georges church.
Laystall Street, Leather Lane, Holborn, the N continuation of it, bearing to the L. it extends from Meuxs brewery to Mount pleasant.
Laytons Grove, High Street, Borough, at 138, about sixteen doors on the R. from St Georges church towards London bridge.
Laytons Yard, High Street, Borough, at 142, four doors S. from the last described.
Lazenby Court, Conduit Court, Long Acre, is behind 7, the W. end of Long acre, near the W. end of Hart street.
Lead Companys Office, St Martins Lane, Cannon Street, is behind 9, under the gateway, about six doors on the L. from 138, Upper Thames St
Lead Yard, Kingsland Road, the third on the K. from Shoreditch church, and about te.n doors S. from Union St
Lead Yard, Plough Street, Goodmans Fields, the second on the L. a few doors from 45, Whitechapel High street.
Leadenhall Buildings, Gracechurch Street, at 80, about ten doors on the R. from Fenchurch St leading into Leadenhall market.
Leadenhall Market. See the last article; it communicates also with Leadenhall St at 6, and with Lime St at various places.
Leadenhall Street, Gracechurch St at 98, op. Cornhill, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 158, it extends to Aldgate.
Leading Street, Foxs Lane, Shadwell, the first on the L. a few doors from 56, Shadwell High St on the E. side the church,
Leather Lane, Holbom, at 129, the fifth on the R. about 1/5 of a mile from Fleet market, it extends to Back lane, Clerkenwell.
Leathersellers Alms Houses, on the N. side of Hart St facing London wall, or behind G3, Wood street, Cheapside.
Leathersellers Buildings, London Wall, is nearly op. the centre of the S. side of Bethlem hospital, it leads to Little Bell alley.
Leathersellers Hall, St Helens Place, at the E. end of it on the L. from 46, Bishopsgate St within.
Leaves Court or Square, Fore Street, Lambeth, is between Free court and Francis Stone yard, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from the church.
Leblonds Buildings, William Street, Shoreditch, at 19, the last on the R. from 137, Shoreditch, about four doors from the Curtain road.
Lees Court, St Catherines Lane, St Catherines, the second on the R. from St Catherines church towards Upper East Smithfield.
Lees Mews, North Audley Street, Grosvenor Square, a few yards on the L. from the N. W. corner of the square, or the third on the R. from 262, Oxford St
Lees Row, St Georges Fields, is behind Hatfield place, a few doors on the L. from the Obelisk to wards Westminster bridge.
Leg Alley, Long Acre, at 31, ten doors W. from James St it extends to Hart St
Leg Alley, Shoreditch, at 240, about ten doors on the L. north from Worship St
Leg Court, Oxford Street, at 417, about twenty four doors on the L. from St Giles.
Leg Court (Three), Whitecross Street, St Lukes, at 207, about thirteen doors on the L. from Beech, St or from Chiswell St
Leg of Mutton Gardens, Kingsland Road, at the back of Tylers buildings, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Leghorn Alley, Rotherhithe Streer, at 215, near Globe stairs, about 2/3 of a mile below the church.
Leicester Court, Castle Street, Leicester Square, at 10, the first on the L. a few doors from Green St or from Hemmings Row.
Leicester Place, Leicester Square, between 9 and 10, the N. E. corner of the square, it extends to the middle of Lisle St
Leicester Square, is op. the E. end of Panton St from 25, in the Haymarket, communicates with St Martins lane at 88, by Cranbourne St and St Martins court.
Leicester Street, Leicester Square, at the N. W. corner of the square, extending to Lile street.
Leicester ^rreet, Swallow Srreet, intersects it at 31, being that number of houses from 13, Piccadilly, it extends from Heddon St to Warwick St
Leigh Street, Red Lion Square, at 13, the middle of the S. side, leading to Dean St and G3, High Holborn.
Leith & Berwick Wharf, Lower East Smithfield, nearly op. Burr St about 1/5 of a mile below the Tower.
Lemon Court, Old Nicol Street, Bethnal Green, the second on the L. east from Cross St entering by 17, Church St
Lemon Court or Row, Lemon Street, Goodmans Fields, at 1, the S. end of it, leading into Abels buildings and Rosemary lane.
Lemon Court (Great), Princes St Lambeth, the second on the L. about twenty doors from Broad St towards Vauxhall.
Lemon Court (Little), Princes St Lambeth on the S. side the last described.
Lemon Street, Goodmans Field, the continuation of Red Lion St from 30, Whitechapel High St extending to White Lion St Rosemary lane.
Lemon Street, Lomans Pond, Borough, at the E. end of it, from Gravei lanc, and on the W. side St Saviours Workhouse, near Little Guildfcrd St
Lemon Tree Yard, Bedfordbury, St Martins Lane, three doors on the L. from 53, Chandos St Covent garden.
Lenhams Buildings, Mount Street, Bethnal Green, at 10, a few doors on the R. from 41, Church St
St Leonards Charity School, Shoreditch, the first house on the R. in Kingsland road from Shoreditch church.
St Leonards Church, Shoreditch, is about a mile on the R. north from Cornhill along Bishopsgate and Shoreditch High St
Leonard Court, Paul Street, Finsbury, on the N. side of Leonard square on the L. towards Old street road.
Leonard Square, Paul Street, Finsbury, an open space where Paul St and Leonard St intersect each other, a few doors E. from the Tabernacle.
Leonard Street, Shoreditch, the continuation of Tabernacle row, City road, extending to Susannah row and the Curtain road.
Leonard Street (Little), Paul Street, the first on the R. from Leonard square towards Old St it extends to Charles St
Leopard Court, Baldwins Gardens, Leather Lane, Holborn, at 37, about six doors on the R. from 70, Leather lane.
Leopard Court, Rotherhithe Street. at 173, under the archway, between Globe stairs and the Horse ferry, about 3/4 of a mile on the R. below the church.
Lestock Place, Pleasant Row, East Lane, Walworth, at the N. end of it, entrance near King St
Levant Companys House, St Helens Place, is behind the N. side, or a few doors on the L. from 46, Rbhopsgate within.
Lower Row, Lambeth Butts, on the N. side, being the continuation of Broad St on the L. to Lambeth walk.
Lewingtons Buildings, City Road, on the W. side the turnpike by St Lukes hospital, being the first on the L. from Old street.
Life Guards Stables, King Street, Portman Square, four or five doors on the R. from Baker St
Life Guards Stables,Port man Street, Portman Square, about four doors on the R. from 220, Oxford St towards the square.
Lilly Street, Great Saffron Hill, at 40, the sixth on the R. about 1/5 of a mile from Holborn hill, along Field lane.
Liliypur Lane, Noble Street. Foster Lane, at 6, the third on the R. from 147, Cheapside, it leads to Staining lane.
Lime Street, Fenchurch Street, at 160, the first on the L. from 66, Gracechurch street it extends to Leadenhall St
Lime Street Passage, Lime Street, at 18, the second on the L. from Fenchurch St it leads to Skinners place, Leadenhall market.
Lime Street Square, Lime Street, at 48, about eight doors en the L. from c 21, Leadenhall St it leads to Billiter squaie and Fenchurch St
Limehou>e Causeway, the E. continuation of Fore St bearing to the R. and entering by a narrow passage, it extends to the Commercial road by the W. India docks.
Limehouse Hole, Limehouse, the S. continuation of Three Colt St extending from the Lime kilns towards Mill wall on the bank of the Thames.
Limehouse Hole Stairs, a few yards on the R. below the Limekilns dock, by Mitchells rope walk, nearly op. Cuckolds Point, Rotherhithe.
Lime Kilns. Dock, Limehouse, at the E. end of Fore St on the R. by the side of the Thames, or the S. end of Three Colt St
Lime Kilns Court, Limehouse, a few yards on the R. from the E. end of Fore St by the Ship and Lamb public house.
Lime Tree Court, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, on the E. side Mr. Peachs yard and W. of Cupers bridge.
Lincolns Inn, on the W. side of Chancery lane, op. 40, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from 194, Fleet street.
Lincolns Inn Fields, communicates with High Holborn at 282, by Great Turnstile, to 124, Drury lane by Princes St and Duke St to 50, Carey St Chancery lane by Serle St the numbers begin at the N. W. corner.
Lincolns Inn Gardens, on the W. side of Lincolns inn.
Lincolns lnn Hall, Lincolns Inn, is nearly facing the entrance from op. 40, Chancery lane.
Lincolns Inn New Square or Buildings, the second on the R. in Carey St from 99, Chancery lane, leading to Lincolns Inn, and to Serle St on the L.
Lincolns Inn Old Square or Buildings. See Lincolns Inn.
Linnean Society, at 9, Gerrard St Soho, a few doors on the R. from New port market towards Princes street.
Linny Court, Queen Street, Bloomsbury, at 21, about five doors on the L. from the W. end of Hart St
Linton Place, Bell Street, Paddington, a few doors on the L. from Edgware road, towards Lisson green.
Lion Street, Holborn. See Lyon St
Lion Street, Kent Road, the second on the R. a few doors from the Elephant and Castle, it extends to Gloucester road w.
Lion and Lamb Court, Playhouse Yard, Golden Lane, St Lukes, the first on the R. in the said yard from Golden lane.
Liquor Pond Street, Grays Inn Lane, at 68, about of a mile on the R. from Middle row, Holborn, it extends to the N. end of Leather lane.
Lisle Street, Leicester Square, the first parallel to the N. side of it, or the first on the R. in Princes St from the E. end of Coventry St
Lisle Street (New), the E. end of the last described.
Lisson Green, Paddington or Marylebone, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from 82, Edgware road by Southampton row, and facing the Yorkshire stingo.
Lisson Grove, Lisson Green, Paddington, on the N. side the New road, nearly op. the Yorkshire Stingo.
Lisbon Mews, Southampton Row, Edgware Road, the first on the L. a few doors from the said road, towards the Yorkshire stingo.
Lisson Place, Lisson Green, Paddington, the second on the L. north from Bell st, along Little James St
Lisson Row, Lisson Green, about of a mile on the L. north from the turnpike by the Yorkshire stingo, nearly op. the White lead manufaclory.
Lisson Street , Lisson Green, the first on the L. in Southampton row, from the Edgware road, towards the York>hhe stingo, it extends to Chapel St
Lisson Street (Upper), the continuation of the last Irom Chapel St to Bell St
Litchfield Street, King Street, Soho, the third street on the R. from Princes St and nearly op. Greek street, leading to Wcst St Seven dials.
Literary Fund, 36, Gerrard street, Soho, about the middle of the S. side, twelve dors on the L. from Little Newport street.
Literary Panorama Office, at 108, Hatton garden, being the first door on the L. from 111, Holborn hill.
Little Court.Castle Street, Leicester Square, four doors on the L. from Great Newport St Long acre.
Lloyds Court, Denmark Street, St Giless, the first on the L. by the church, it leads to Crown St Soho.
Lloyds Evening Post Newspaper Office, at 12 Warwick square, facing the entrance from Warwick lane.
Lloyds Yard, Black Swan Alley, London Wall, a few doors on the L. from op. Bethlem hospital.
Locks Fields, Walworth, nearly the whole of the space between Walworth High St or road and the Kent road, on the N. side of East lane.
Locks Gardens, Bowling Green Lane, Clerkenwell, the third on the L. from op. the Workhouse, Coppice row.
Lock Hospital, Grosvenor Place, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Hyde park corner, and near the same distance from Pimlico.
Locks Place, Locks Fields, Walworth, the first on the R. from Walworth High St or road, along York St
Locks Row, Locks Fields, Walworth, the S. side Locks Place.
Locks Yard, Blackman Street, Borough, at 62, about 1/5 of a mile on the L. from St Georges church, and nearly op. the Kings Bench.
Lockwood Court, Great Saffron Hill, at 47, about i of a mile on the R. from Holborn bridge, along Field lane.
Lomans Pond, Gravel Lane, Borough, the second on the L. south from Charlotte street, Blackfriars road, extending to Lemon St
Lomans Street, Borough. See the last described.
Lombard or Lomber Court, Tower Street, Seven Dials, at 21, about five doors on the R, from the W. end of Castle St leading to the Seven dials.
Lombard or Lomber Street, Seven Dials, at 12, Tower street, op. Lombard court, it extends to West street.
Lombard Street, Gracechurch St at 21, the fourth on the L. from London bridge, it extends to the Mansion house.
Lombard Street, Fleet Street, at 56, about the middle of the S. side, eleven doors W. from Water lane, it extends to Essex street.
Lombard street, Mile End New Town, the third on the L. from 55, Brick lane, Spitalfields, along Montague St and Well St
Lombard Street (Great), Mint Street, Borough, the termination of it on both the K. and the L. entering op. St Georges church.
Lombard Street (Little), Mint Street, Borough, the N. end of the last described, extending from Queen St to Peter St
London Annuity Office for Widows, 25, Old Fish street, three or four doors E. from the Old Change.
London Assurance Office, Birchin Lane, two doors on the R. from 62, Lombard St or about eight doors from 36, Cornhill.
London Bridge, the most eastern or the lowest bridge over the Thames, extending from Fish street hill to High St Borough.
London Chronicle Newspaper Office, at 151, Fleet St by Bolt Court, about A of a mile on the R. from Fleet market,
London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, the second door from the Old Bailey, towards St Pauls church yard.
London Court, Whites Yard, Rosemary Lane, the first on the R. from 57, Rosemary lane.
London Docks, Wapping, between 72 Wapping St and the church, near 1 1/8 of a mile below London bridge, the principal land entrance is by Upper East Smithfield, the corner of Nightingale lane, about of a mile E. of Tower hill.
London Dock House, Great Winchester Street, Broad Street, at 33, four doors on the L. from 54, Old Broad street.
London Dock Office, 110, Fenchurch St nearly op. Mark lane.
London Electric lnstitution, at 16, Bunhill row, being that number of doors on the R. from 63 Chiswell St also at 25 Tabernacle row, two doors en the L. from 36, City road.
London Evening Post Newspaper Office, a few yards on the R. in Union St Blackfriars, from the middle of New Bridge St
London Female Penetentiary, Pentonville High Street or Road, on the W. side the chapel, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from lslinqton.
London Hospital, Whitechapel Road, about I of a mile on the R. below the church.
London Hotel, Albemarlc Street, is five doors on the R. from op. St Jamess street, or from 62, Piccadilly.
London House Yard, St Pauls Church Yard, at 7 1 and 79, the first on the L. from Ludgate St leading to 42, Paternoster row.
London Infirmary, Charterhouse Square, at 40, the second house on the L. from Carthusian St entering by 107, Aldersgate St
London Institution, Old Jewry, under the gateway, about seven or eight doors on the R. from 81, Cheapside.
London Journal Newspaper Office, a few yards on the R. in Union St Blackfriars. from the middle of New Bridge St
London Life Association, at 48, St Pauls church yard, at the N. E. corner by Cheapside.
London Mews, London Street, Tottenham Conrt Road, at 18, about fourteen doors on the L. from 108, Tottenham court road.
London Packet Newspaper Office, at 12, Warwick square, facing the entrance from Warwick lane.
London Road, St Georges fields, on the S. side the Obelisk, Blackfriars road, bearing to the L. it extends to the Elephant and Castle.
London Society Protestant School, a few doors on the L. in Ropemakers, St from the N. W. corner of Moorfields.
London Stone, Cannon Street, between 81 and 82, by the church forming the corner of St Swithins lane.
London Street, Tottenham court road, at 108, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from Oxford St or the third on the R. from the New road, it extends to Cleveland street.
London Street (Old), Fenchurch Street, at 59, the fifth on the. R. about 1/4 of a mile from Gracechurch St
London Street (New), Fenchurch Street, the S. continuation of the last described, entrance by a flight of steps, it extends to Hart street, Crutched friars.
London Street, Queen Street, Ratcliffe, the first on the L. east, a few doors from Ratcliffe cross, it extends to Rose lane.
London Street, London Road, St Georges Fields, the second on the R. from the Elephant and Castle towards the Obelisk, it leads to St Georges market.
London Street, Dock Head, Bermondsey, entrance by the first bridge on the R. in Mill St from Dock head.
London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street on the W. side, two doors on the Left from Cornhill.
London Tavern (New), Cheapside, behind 140, about nine or ten doors on the L. from St Pauls church yard.
London Terrace, Hackney Road, forms part of the S. side, op. Great Cambridge St about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church.
London Terrace, Cannon Street Road, St Georges in the East, the first W. parallel to part of it, or the first on the R. in the Commercial road, towards Whitechapel.
London Wall, Moorfields, on the S. side of Bethlem hospital, or the fourth street on the R. in Wood St from 122, Cheapside, extending to 47, Old Broad St
London Workhouse, Bishopsgate Street, at 173, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. north from the church.
Long Acre, Drury Lane, at 40, about that number of doors on the R. from St Giless, or about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from the New church in the Strand, it extends to St Martins lane, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 115.
Long Alley, Moorfields, the second on the R. from the N. E. corner towards Wiison. St it extends to Crown St
Long Alley. Worship Street, is op. the last from Crown t. or the continuation of it to Worship street, nearly facing the Curtain road.
Long Alley Square, the second on the L. about twelve doors N. from Crown St it leads to Christophers alley and Wilson St
Long Alley, Cable Street, Wellclose Square, is parallel to part of the N. side of it, say from 42 to 51, nearly op. the said square.
Long Alley, Lower Shadwell, on the E. side of New St nearly op. Shadwell dock stairs, leading to the Orchard.
Longs Buildings, Whitecross Street, St Lukes, at 104, near the middle, between Chiswell St and Ban ner St and op. Playhouse yard.
Longs Court, St Martins Street, Leicester Square, at 36, four doors on the L. from 38, in the square.
Longs Court, Rotherhithe Street, the first on the R. about six doors E. of the church.
Long Lane, West Smithfield, at 66, on the E. side, extending to op. 77, Aldersgate street.
Long Lane, Bermondsey, the continuation of White St from behind St Georges church, Borough, to 149, Bermondsey St about eight doors S. from Bermondsey church.
Long Walk. Half Moon Alley, Whitecross Street, Cripplegate, the first on the L. from 48, Whitecross St towards Chapel St and Grub St
Long Walk, Bermondsey square, at the N. E. corner, leading eastward, somewhat parallel to the S. side of Bermondsey church yard.
Longs Yard, Lambs Conduit St about ten doors on the L. from Guilford place, op. the Foundling hospital.
Lookers Court, King Street, Golden Square, at 84, five doors N. from Orange court, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from 323, Oxford St
Lords Cricket Ground, Marylebone Park, on the N. side the New road, entrance by Upper Quebec street.
Lothbury, on the N. side the Bank of England, or the first on the R. along the Old Jewry, from 81, Cheapside.
Lottery Office, Somerset. Place, the second door on the L. in the square, from the Strand.
Love Court, George Alley, Fleet market, a few doors on the L. from 70, Fleet market.
Love Court, Mutton Lane, Clerkenwell, the second on the L. from Ray St N. W. corner of Clerkenwell green.
Love Court, Petticoat Lane, is behind 121, about twenty five doors on the R. from 41? Aldgate High St it leads to Goulston square.
Love Court, Tooley Street, at 157, nearly op. Green bank, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from London bridge.
Love Lane, Broad Sancluary, Westminster, is a small alley or court between the W. end of the Abbey and Princes St
Love Lane, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 36, the second on the R. from 122 Cheapside, it extends to 66, Aldermanbury.
Love Lane (Little), Wood Street, Cheapside, on the N. side the last described, by the church.
Love Lane, Little Eastcheap, at 19, the third on the R. from 47 Gracechurch street, it extends to 102, Lower Thames street.
Love Lane, Shadwell High Street, at 117, the first on the L. about 1/5 of a mile E. from the church, it extends to Brook St
Love Lane, Old Gravel Lane, Wapping, or St Georges in the East, at 160, about three doors W. of Green bank.
Love Lane, Willow Street. Bankside, Southwark, the first on the R. from Holland St Blackfriars bridge, it leads through Keens White lead manufactory to Maid lane.
Love Lane, Rotherhithe Street, at 384, op. Rotherhithe stairs, it extends to Paradise st, near Millpond bridge.
Love Place, Hackney Road, part of Middlesex place, and the W. side of the said road, about of a mile on the L. from Shoreditch church.
Lovels Court. Paternoster Row, at 20, tbe third on the R. from Cheapside, about three doors E. from Ivy lane.
Lovers Court, White Horse Street, Ratciiffe, at 9, a few doors on the L. from Butcher row, towards the Commercial road.
Lovelands Yard or Court, Royal Hospital row, Chelsea, is a narrow passage near the Hospital, extending to Turks row.
Lowdels or Lowdles Court, Great Guildford Street, Borough, the first on the R. a few yards N. from 35, Queen St
Lowdell Place, Broad wall, Lambeth or Christ Church, the first on the L. from Great Charlotte St Blackfriars road.
Lower Turning, Shakespears Walk, Shadwell, the last on the L. from High St entering by 49, on the W. side the church.
Lownds Court, Carnaby Street, Carnaby market, at 2 1, the second on the L. a few doors from Great Marlborough St
Loxwood Place, Fitzroy Place, New Road, Marylebone, the first on the R. a few yards from the New road.
Lucas Flace, Commercial Road, St Georges in the East, forms part of the S. side, a few yards on the R. from the Halfway house towards Limehouse.
Lucas Street, Commercial Road, St Georges in the East, the first on the R. from the Halfway house towards Limehouse.
Lucas Street, Paradise Street, Rotherhithe, at 80, op. Love Lane, the first street on the R. a few doors below Mill pond bridge.
Ludgate (Old), Half Moon Street, Bishopsgate, the second on the R. a few doors from behind 170, Bishopsgate St without.
Ludgate Hiil, at the S. end of Fleet market, or the E. continuation ot Fieet street, it extends to St Martins church.
Ludgate Place, Ludgate Hill, three doors on the R. from Bridge St towards St Pauls church yard.
Ludgate Street, St Pauls church yard, at the W. end, extending to St Martin s church and Ludgate hill.
St Lukes Charity School, Golden Lane, five doors on the L. from Old St
St Lukes Church, Old Street, about the middle of the N. side, viz. between the City road and Goswell St
St Lukes Hospital, Old Street, on the N. side, near the City road, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Finsbury square.
St Lukes Place, Stepney, nearly facing the W. side of the church.
Luke Street, Paul Street, Finsbury square, at 49, the first on the R. north from Worship St leading towards the Curtain road.
St Lukes Workhouse, City Road, about 2/3 of a mile on the R. from Finsbury square, and on the W. side of the Shepherd and Shepherdess.
Lumleys Alms Houses, City Road, on the N. side the Shepherd and Shepherdess Tea gardens.
Lumley Court, Strand, at 398, about twelve doors W. from Southampton St and 1/2 a mile on the R. from Temple bar.
Lumley Court, Bowling Pin Alley, Chancery Lane, the first on the L. a few doors from Whites Alley, or from Breams Buildings, enter ing by 27, Chancery lane.
Luxford Row, North Green, Worship Street, the second on the L. from 12, Worship St near Paul St
Lyceum, Strand, entrance at 352, about 1/2 of a mile on the R. from Temple bar, or five doors E. from Exeter change.
Lyons Inn, Holywell Street, Strand, at 16, being that number of doors on the R. from the W. side of St Clements church.
Lyons Quay, Lower Thames St at 12, being that number of houses on the R. below London bridge.
Lyon Street, High Holborn, at 143, the first on the L. near 1/8 of a mile from Broad St St Giles.