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

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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Macclesfield street, Gerrard Street, Soho, at 15, about eight doors on the L. from Princes Street  it leads to Dean Street
Macords Rents, Choppins Court, Old Gravel Lane, the first on the R. a few doors from behind 25, Old Gravel lane, near Wapping.
Maddox Street, Hanover Square, is the third on the R. in Swallow Street  from 322 Oxford Street  it extends to St Georges church.
Maddox Street (Little), Hanover square, is facing St Georges church and the last described, it extends to 43, New Bond Street 
Magdalen Alley or Passage, Great Prescot Street, Goodmans Fields, at 18, about the middle of the S. side leading to Chamber Street 
Magdalen Circus, Magdalen Street, Tooley Street, about the middle of it, and behind 151 Tooley street.
Magdalen Hospital, Blackfriars Road, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Blackfriars bridge, and near 1/8 of a mile on the L. from the Obelisk.
Magdalen Place, Tooley Street, at 143, nearly op. Stoney lane, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from London bridge.
Magdalen Row, Great Prescot Street, Goodmans Fields, forms part of the S. side, near the middle, by Magdalen aliey.
Magdalen Street, Tooley Street, at 148, nearly op. Stoney lane, extending to 23 Bermondsey Street 
Magna Place, Hoxton Town, near Saunders Gardens, a few doors on the R. from Old Street  road.
St Magnus Church, at the N. end of London bridge, being the corner of Lower Thames Street 
Magpye Alley, Wentworth Street, Spitalfields, two or three doors E. of Rose lane, and nearly op. Essex St from 115 Whitechapel High Street 
Magpye Court, Aldersgate Street, at 180, nearly op. the Castle and Falcon Inn.
Magpye Court, Shoreditch High Street, at 10, about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from Bishopsgate church, it leads to Blossom Street 
Magpye and Stump Coach Office, at 117 Newgate Street  about ten or twelve doors on the L. from the Old Bailey.
Mahogany Court, Whitecross Street, St Lukes, at 81, about twelve doors on the R. from Chiswell Street  towards Old Street 
Maid Lane, Southwark, is some what parallel to Bankside and the Thames, extending from near Clink Street  to Gravel lane, about 1/3 of a mile in length.
Maida Place, Printers Place, Bermondsey, nearly op. the Gregorian Arms, about | a mile below Dock Head, and near the W. end of Jamaica row.
Maiden Lane, Southampton Street, Covent Garden, at 30, about ten doors on the L. from 388, in the Strand, leading into Chandos Street 
Maiden Lane, Battle Bridge, St Pancras, on the E. side the Smallpox hospital, nearly facing the N. end of Grays Inn lane,
Maiden Lane, Wood Street, Cheapside, at 110, the third on the L. from 122, Cheapside, it extends to Foster lane.
Maiden Lane, Queen Street, Cheapside, intersects it at 37, about 1/5 of a mile from 70, Cheapside, it extends from Garlick hill to College hill.
Maiden Row, Borough Road, St Georges Fields, the first on the L. from the Kings Bench towards the Obelisk.
Maidenhead Court, Berwick Street, Oxford Street, at 99, four doors N. from Peter Street 
Maidenhead Court, Snows Rents, 1 York Street, Westminster, the first on the R. from nearly op. Queen square.
Maidenhead Court, Aldersgate Street at 28, about eleven doors N. from Falcon Street it extends to Nicol square.
Maidenhead Court, Little St Thomas Apostles, at 19, three doors E. from 69 Queen Street , Cheapside.
Maidenhead Court, Moor Lane, Fore Street, Cripplegate, about three doors on the R. from 86 Fore Street 
Maidenhead Court, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, at 67, five doors N. from Flower de Lis Street  entering by 10 Shoreditch High Street 
Maidenhead Court, Broad Wall, Christ Church or Lambeth, is about the middle of the W. side, a few doors S. from Stamford Street , Blackfriars road.
Maidenhead Court, Great Garden Street, St Catherines, about the middle of the N. side, viz. between St Catherines lane and Butcher row.
Maidenhead Court, Wapping, at 102, about four doers on the L. below the entrance to the London docks.
Maidenhead Court, Farmer Street, Shadwell, at 61, the fourth on the L. from 38 Shadwell High Street 
Maidmans Row, Mile End Road, the first on the R. below Bencrofts alms houses, near two miles from Aldgate, it extends towards Rhodes Wells.
Maidstone Buildings, High Street, Borough, at 228, about fourteen doors on the R. south from St Margarets hill, and of a mile from London bridge.
Maidstone Court, Old Nicol Street, Bethnal Green, a few doors ore the R. in it from Cock lane.
Maidstone New Wharf, Queen Hithe, entrance by 60, Upper Thames St about 3/8 of a mile below Blackfriars bridge.
Major Fouberts Passage, Swallow Street, at 61, op. Conduit Street it extends to 81 King Street
Malaga Court, Nightingale Lane, Upper East Smithfield, at 36, a few doors on the L. below the entrance to the London docks.
Manchester Buildings, Cannon Row, Westminster, the second N. parallel to part of Bridge St extending to the Thames.
Manchester Mews, Manchester Street, Marylebone, two or three doors on the R. from the N. W. corner of Manchester square.
Manchester Mews North, Manchester Stret, at 14, being that number of doors on the R. from the N. W. corner of Manchester square.
Manchester Square, the N. end of Duke Street from 171 Oxford Street and at the S. end of High Street and Thayer Street on the R. from the New road.
Manchester Street, Manchester Square, at the N. W. corner, extending to Dorset Street
Manor Buildings, Kings Road, Chelsea, is behind Manor Place. See the next article
Manor Place, Kings Road, Chelsea, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from Smith Street towards Battersea bridge, and nearly op. Robinsons lane, from Cheyne walk.
Manor Place, Walworth High Street or Road, the fifth on the R. near 1/2 a mile from the Elephant and Castle, it leads to Penton place.
Manor House Academy, Kennington Lane, is nearly op. Carlisle chapel, about of a mile on the R. from the Plough and Harrow public house.
Manor Row, Manor Place, Walworth, is the S. or op. side of the way to the said place.
Manor Row, Deptford Lower Road, the first on the R. from the seven houses, towards the Halfway house.
Manor Row, Little Tower Hill, on the E. side, leading to Upper East Smithfield.
Manor Row (Little), on the E. side the last described.
Manor Street, Chelsea, between 13 and 14 Cheyne walk, by the side of the Thames, a few doors E. from the church.
Manor Terrace, Kings Road, Chelsea, is nearly op. Manor place, extending from Robinsons lane, towards Battersea bridge.
Mansel Street, Goodmans Fields, the S. continuation or Somerset Street from Aldgate High Street or at the E. end of Swan St from 47, in the Minories.
Mansfield Mews , Mansfield Street, Marylebone, is between 11, in the said street, and 16 Harley Street
Mansfield Place, Borough Road, St Georges Fields, forms part of the R. side, near the Obelisk, extending towards the Kings Bench.
Mansfield Street, Marylebone, the first E. parallel to part of Harley Street say from 9 to 23, extending from 2 Queen Ann Street West, to New Cavendish Street
Mansfield Street, Borough Road, St Georges Fields, the first on the R. from the Obelisk towards the Kings Bench, it leads to St Georges market.
Mansion House (the Residence of the Lord Mayor), the large stone building at the W. end of Lombard street, and Cornhill.
Mansion House Alley, Kennington High Road, by the Mansion house public house, about 1/8 of a mile S. on the R. from Kennington lane.
Mansion House Coach Office, Mansion House Street, a door or two on the R. from Cornhill, nearly op. the Mansion house.
Mansion House Row, Kennington High Road, near the two milestone, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. south from Newington church, it extends to Kennington lane.
Mansion House Street, the W. continuation of Cornhill to the Poultry and Cheapside.
Mansons Ways, Bermondsey or Rotherhithe Wall, on the E. side of Mill Stairs and St Saviours dock, near a mile below London bridge.
Marble Street or Court, Webb Street, Borough, the first on the R. about six doors from Weston Street or from the Maze, towards 218 Bermondsey Street
Marchmont Place, Little Coram Street, Tavistock Square, on the E. side, being the second on the L. from 10 Tavistock place.
Marchmont Street, Great Coram Street, Brunswick Square, at 44, being the continuation of Everett St from 48 Bernard Street it extends to Tavistock place.
Marden Court, Broad Wall, Christ Church. See Maidenhead Court.
St Margarets Chapel, Westminster, on the S. side of Little Chapel St between Strutton ground and James street,
St Margarets Chapel, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, about eight doors on the R. from 63 Wells Street
St Margarets Church, Westminster, on the N. side of the Abbey, about 1/2 a mile from Charing cross.
St Margarets Church, Lothbury, at the E. end, facing the N. front of the Bank of England.
St Margaret Pattens Church, Rood Lane, Fenchurch Street, at the S. end, being the corner of Little Tower Street
Margaret Court, Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, at 59, about the middle of the S. side, four doors E. from John Street it leads to the N. W. corner of Oxford market.
St Margarets Hill, High Street, Borough, the open space by the Town hall, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from London bridge.
Margarets Rents, Snows Fields, Borough, behind 35, towards Weston St and the Maze.
Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, at the S. E. corner, extending to 63 Wells Street or the second on the L. in Wells Street from 63, Oxford street.
Margaret Street, Westminster, on the E. side of the Abbey, being the S. continuation of Parliament street.
St Margarets Workhouse, Westminster, at the W. end of Orchard Street by Great Chapel Street and Strutton ground.
Maria Place, Bakers Row, Whitechapel Road, the first on the L. a few doors from 94, in the said road.
Maria Place, Blue Anchor Road, Bermondsey, about of a mile on the R, from the turnpike Fort place, towards Rotherhithe, and near the same distance on the L. from the Blue anchor.
Marigold Stairs, Upper Ground, Christchurch, on the W. side of Blackfriars bridge, and near it.
Marigold Court, Strand, at 370, seven doors W. of Exeter Change.
Marigold Court, Star Corner, Bermondsey, a few doors on the R. from the Church, towards Bermondsey New road.
Marigold Street, Rotherhithe or Bermondsey Wall, the first W. parallel to Cherry garden Street and the first E. to Salisbury Street it extends to Mill pond Street
Marine Brewery, Broad Street, Ratcliffe, is op. 81, being a few doors on the R. below Stone stairs.
Marine Crescent, Prospect Row, Bermondsey, the first on the L. from the Neckinger turnpike towards Jamaica row and Mill pond bridge.
Marine Society. behind 54, Bishopsgate within, about seven doors S. from Camomile Street
Mariners (Three) Court, Fore Street, Cripplegate, at 102, about four doors W. from Grub Street
Mark Lane, Fenchurch Street, at 55, the fourth on the R. from Gracechurch Street it extends to 67 Great Tower Street
Mark Street, Paul Street, Finsbury Square, at 55, the second on the R. from Worship Street it extends to James Street near the Curtain road.
Market Court, Oxford Street, at 92, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from St Giles, it leads to Oxford market.
Market Hill, Shadwell High Street, at 65, the second on the R. east of the church, it extends to Shadwell market.
Market Lane, Pall Mall. behind the Opera House, nine doors on the R. from the Haymarket.
Market Lane, White Hart Place, Kennington Lane, at 13, being that number of houses on the L. from Kennington cross, it extends to Edward Street
Market Row North, St James's Market, the N. side of the said market, nearly op. Norris Street from 56, in the Hayrnarket.
Market Row South, Market Row East, and Market Row West, are merely the different sides of St James's market.
Market Row, Oxford Market, the S. and W. sides of the said market, also the part which leads into John Street
Market Row, Carnaby Market, the E. side of the said market, being the continuation of Marshall Street
Market Row West, Carnaby Market, the W. side of the said market.
Market Square, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, on the S. side op. Lyon Street from 143, High Holborn.
Market Street, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, three doors on the L. from the S. W. corner of Bloomsbury square.
Market Street, Oxford Street, at 87, about 3/8 of a mile on the R. from St Giles, it leads to Oxford market.
Market Street, St James's Market, at the N. W. corner, extending to 127 Jermyn Street
Market Street, Horseferry Road, Westminster, part of the E. end of the said road, say from the White horse to Millbank row.
Market Street, May Fair, on the W. side of Shepherds market.
Market Street, Soho, on the W. side of Newport market, extending to Little Newport Street
Market Street, Shadwell, at the S. E. corner of Shadwell market, leading to Shadwell dock.
Market Street, Borough Road, St Georges Fields. the second on the R. from the Obelisk towards the Kings Bench, it leads to St Georges market.
Market street, Walcot Place, Lambeth, the fourth on the L. about 1/2 a mile from the Asylum towards Kennington cross, it leads to Kennington lane.
Marlborough Court, Pall Mall, at 82, about nine doors E. from the Palace.
Marlborough Court, Carnaby Street, Carnaby Market, at 24, the third on the L. from Great Marlborough Street leading to Carnaby market.
Marlborough Mews, Queen Street, Oxford Street at the E. end of the said street from 310 Oxford Street
Marlborough Place, Pall Mall, at 81, about eight doors on the R. from the Palace.
Marlborough Place, Walworth High, Street or Road, forms part of the R. side, about 1/4 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle, it extends from Hampton Street to the Terrace.
Marlborough Place, Kennington Cross, forms part of the E. side of the road, and is nearly opposite Upper Kennington lane.
Marlborough Row, Carnaby Market, at the S. W. corner, or three doors on the R. in Cross court from 20 Carnaby Street
Marlborough Square, Great Peter Street, Westminster, about the middle of the S. side, between Whistlers Ground and Adam a Digging yard.
Marlborough Street (Great), Carnaby Market, the first on the R. in Poland Street about twelve doors from 365 Oxford Street
Marlborough Street (Little), at 31 King Street the third on the L. from 323 Oxford Street it extends to Carnaby Street & Great Marlborough Street
Marlows Rents, St Catherines Square, Tower Hill, on the N. side by St Catherines court and Catshole court.
Marmaduke Place, Marmaduke Street, St Georges, in the East, the first on the R. from John Street towards William Street
Marmaduke Street, John Street Street, Georges in the East, the first on the R. a few doors from Cannon Street road, it extends to William Street
Marman Street, Cannon Street Road, St Georges in the East, is parallel to part of the W. side, being the continuation of Humberstone Street from the Commercial road.
Marquis Court, Drury Lane, at 70, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from the New church in the Strand.
Marsh Place, Lambeth Lower Marsh, at 13, the first on the L. a few doors from the turnpike, towards Blackfriars road.
Marsh Wall, Poplar. See Mill Wall.
Marshall Street, Silver Street, Golden Square, the first on the R. about thirteen doors from Little Windmill Street, Haymarket, it extends to Broad Street and Carnaby market.
Marshall Street, London Road, St Georges Fields, the fourth on the R. from the Obelisk towards the Elephant and Castle.
Marshalsea Prison, High Street, Borough, behind 118, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from London bridge.
Marsham Street, Westminster the fourth on the L. along Wood street and Little Peter street, from 64 Millbank Street being the continuation of Great Smith Street to the Horseferry road.
Marion Place, Sommers Town, is facing the N. end of Mason street from Northams Buildings.
Marson Street, Sommers Town, See Mason Street.
Martha Street, St Georges in the East, the second on the R. in Charles Street from op. Bluegate fields, Back lane, it extends to Church road.
St Martins Alms Houses, Crown Street, Soho, nearly op. Phoenix street, about six doors on the L, from Compton Street
Martins Buildings or Court, Old Street, St Lukes, is nearly op. the Hospital, about eight doors E. of Bunhill row.
Martins Buildings, Milk Street or Yard, Shadwell, is op. the end of Farmer St entering by 39 High Street
St Martins Church (in the Fields), Charing Cross, a few doors on the R. in St Martins lane from 487, in the Strand.
St Martins Church, Ludgate Street a few doors on the R. from St Pauls church yard, or two or three doors E. of the Old Bailey.
St Martins Church, St Martins Lane, Cannon Street, is three or four doors on the L. from 42, Cannon Street
St Martins (Outwitch) Church, Threadneedle Street. the corner of Bishopsgate Street a few doors on the L. from Cornhill.
St Martins Court, St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, at 89, op. New Street about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Charing cross, it leads to Castle Street, Leicester square.
St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, at 487, in the Strand, where the numbers begin and end, say 1 and 150, it extends to Long acre.
St Martins Lane (Little), the continuation of the last described, extending from Long acre to West Street
St Martins Lane. Cannon Street, at 42, it extends to 138, Upper Thames street, being the second on the R. in it from London bridge.
St Martins le Grand, at 65, Newgate St about seven or eight doors on the R. from Cheapside, it extends to Aldersgate Street
St Martins Street, Leicester Square at 38, about the middle of the S. side, leading to Whitcomb Street
Martin Street, Westmoreland Place, City Road, the first on the L. from Collingwood Street entering by Providence Street
St Martins Street, Higlers Lane or Friar Street, Blackfriars Road, the second on the R. a few doors from the said road.
Martin Street (New), Upper East Smithfield, the first on the L. behind 97, or the last on the L. in Blue Anchor yard, from 43, Rosemary lane.
Martin Street, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the second on the L. from 105 Whitechapel High Street towards Wentworth Street
St Martins Workhouse, St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, behind 128, nearly op. the church, extending to Hemmings row and Castle Street
St Mary Abchurch. See Abchurch Yard, Abchurch Lane.
St Mary Axe, Leadenhall Street, at 117, nearly op. the East India House, being the first on the L. from Comhill.
St Marys Church, Aldermanbury, between 65 and 66, the corner of Love lane.
St Marys Church, St Marys Hill, Lower Thames Street, a few doors on the L. from op. Billingsgate towards Eastcheap.
St Mary Aldermary Church, Bow Lane, a few doors on the L. from 59 Cheapside, or behind 38 Watling Street
St Mary le Bow Church, Cheapside, between 55 and 56, about the middle of the S. side.
St Mary Magdalen Church. Old Fish Street, forms the W. corner of the Old Change.
St Mary Magdalen Church, Bermondsey, at the S. end of Bermomhey St or the E. end of Long lane from St Georges church, Borough.
St Marys Church, Whitechapel, near 1/2 a mile on the R. east from Aldgate.
St Mary le Strand Church, the second church on the R. about 1/4 of a mile from Temple bar (also called the New church).
St Marys Church, Newington, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from the Elephant and Castle towards Kennington.
St Marys Church, Rotherhithe, about 1 1/4 mile below London bridge by the line of the river, and nearly opposite Wapping dock stairs.
St Marys Church, Lambeth, on the bank of the Thames, about 3/8 of a mile above Westminster bridge.
St Mary Somerset Church, Upper Thames Street, between 203 and 204, being the corner of Old Fish street hill, near 1/2 a mile on the R. from London bridge.
St Mary Woolnoths Church, Lombard Street, on the W. side the General post office, being a few doors on the R. from the Mansion house.
St Marys Hill, Lower Thames Street, at 98, op. Billingsgate market, leading into Rood lane and to 23 Fenchurch Street
St Mary Overys Dock, Borough, on the W. side of St Saviours church, about 1/8 of a mile above London bridge.
Marys Place, Mary Street, Hampstead Road, at the N. end of it, Or the last on the R. entering by Charles Street
Marys Row, Bethnal Green Road, on the E. side of Wilmot square, being the continuation of Ann Street
Mary Street, Hampstead Road, the W. end of Charles Street on the R. or the continuation of Brook Street from the New. road.
Mary Street, Whitechapel Road, at 76, W. side the workhouse, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. below the church.
Mary Street, St Georges in the East, the fourth E. parallel to part of Cannon Street New road, extending from Upper Chapman Street to Lower Chapman Street
Mary Street, Stepney, the first on the R. in Ocean St from op. the Walnut tree public house Cow lane, extending to Sommers or Summers Place.
Marylebone or Marylebone Court, Weymouth Street, Marylebone, at 26, three doors E. from Little Marylebone Street it extends to Chesterfield Street
Marylebone Court House, at 150 Oxford Street about the middle of the N. side, being the corner of Marylebone lane.
Marylebone Dispensary, at 77 Welbeck Street being the second door on the L. from Henrietta Street, Cavendish square.
Marylebone Infirmary, New Road, Marylebone, is about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Tottenham court road, and a few doors E. from Upper Baker Street
Marylebone Lane, Oxford Street, at 158, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from St Giles, nearly opposite New Bond street, it extends to High Street
Marylebone Mews, Great Marylebone Street, at 49, between 35 Welbeck Street and 58 Wimpole Street
Marylebone Passage, Wells Street, Oxford Street, at 68, the second on the L. from 64 Oxford Street it extends to 77 Margaret Street
Marylebone Street (Great), at 51, Harley St being the second on the L. from the N. W. corner of Cavendish square, it extends to High Street
Marylebone Street, (Little), at 23, the W. end of Great Marylebone Street about five doors on the L. east from High Street it extends to Weymouth Street
Marylebone Street (Upper), the E. continuation of New Cavendish Street and Great Marylebone Street it extends from 53 Great Portland Street to Howland Street
Marylebone Street, Golden Square, or Piccadilly, the continuation of Titchborn Street from the Haymarket, or from Coventry Street it extends from Sherrard Street to Brewer Street
Marylebone Workhouse, Northumberland Street, Marylebone, op. 22, about the middle of the W. side, adjoining the Infirmary.
Marygold. See Marigold.
Masons Alley, Basinghall Street, the first on the R. about fourteen doors from Cateaton Street leading to White rose court and 30, Coleman Street
Masons Buildings, City Road, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from the said road along Winkworths Buildings towards Hoxton.
Masons Court, George and Catherine Wheel Yard, Bishopsgate Without, the second on the R. behind 80 Bishopsgate Street
Masons Court, Shoreditch High Street, at 109, about twelve doors on the L. from the church, towards Bishopsgate.
Masons Court, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, about eight doors on the R. from the N. end of Osborn street.
Masons Court, High Street, Mile End New Town, the first on the L. three or four doors from the N. end of Great Garden Street
Masons Hall, on the S. side of Masons alley, between 14 Basinghall street, and 30, Coleman street.
Masons Stairs, Bankside, near Corny cap alley, about 1/3 of a mile below Blackfriars bridge and op. Broken wharf, Upper Thames Street
Mason Street, Sommers Town, the first on the R. in Northams buildings, from Weston street or from the Brill, it leads to Marsons Place and Chapel path.
Mason Street, Bridge Road, Lambeth, at 30, the third on the R. about 1/8 of a mile from Westminster bridge.
Masons Yard, Duke Street, St James's, the second on the L. about twelve doors from 182 Piccadilly, it leads to Ormond yard.
Masons Yard, Queen Ann Street East, or Foley Place, at 54, S. side, and behind 33 Great Portland Street
Masons Yard, Broad Street, St Giles, at 61, two doors on the L. from Drury lane towards the church.
Masters in Chancerys Office, at 24 Southampton buildings, Holborn, about four doors on the R. from 53 Chancery lane.
Mathematical Society, Crispin St Spitalfields, behind 35, about eight doors on the L. from Union street.
Matilda Place, North East Passage or Alley, Wellclose Square, at 6, the first on the L. from 35 Cable street.
Matthews Buildings, King Street, Spitalfields, about three or four doors on the L. from 158 Brick lane.
St Matthews Church, Friday St is two doors on the R. from 35 Cheapside.
St Matthews Church, Bethnal Green, is near 1/2 a mile on the R. along Church Street from 65 Shoreditch.
Matthews Place, Hackney Road, forms part of the L. side, between Durham place and Cambridge heath turnpike, about 7/8 ofa mile from Shoreditch church.
Matthew Street Paul Street, Finsbury Square, at 55, being the first S. parallel to Leonard Street it extends to James St near the Curtain road.
Maudlins Rents, Lower East Smithfield, at 41, the second on the L. from Butcher row, it extends to 33 Nightingale lane.
Maunday House Lane, Bethnal Green Road, the last on the L. about a mile from 65 Shoreditch.
Maxwells Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, two doors on the L. from the N. side of Moorfields.
Mays Buildings, Brick Street, Piccadilly, on the N. side, nearly op. Down Street
Mays Buildings (Great), St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, at 40, about the middle of the E. side, it leads to 10 Bedfordbury.
Mays Buildings (Little), Bedfordbury, at 39, op. the last, it leads to Bedford court.
Mays Buildings, Kennington Oval, on the N. E. side, between Bowling green place and Clayton Street
May Fair, there is no particular pile of buildings distinguished by this name, but the neighbourhood on the N. side of Piccadilly near Park lane is so called.
May Fair Chapel, Curzon Street, about the middle of the S. side near Shepherds market.
Mays Row, New Cut, Limehouse, at the N. end of Nightingale lane, on the R. from Fore street.
Maynard Street, St Giles, the first on the R. in Bainbridge Street a few yards from the E. end of Oxford Street
Maypole Alley, High Street, Borough, at 201, about twelve doors S. of Union Street
Maypole Alley or Court, Upper East Smithfield, at 22, nearly op. Butcher row.
Maze, Tooley Street, Borough, at 194, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from London bridge, it extends to Weston Street and Maze pond.
Maze Court (Little), Maze Pond, Borough, the first on the L. west from the last described.
Maze Court (Great), Little Maze Pond, Borough, at the back or S. side of the last described.
Maze Pond (Great), Borough, the continuation of New Street being the first on the R. in St Thomas Street from 43, Borough High St it leads from behind Guys hospital to Snows Fields.
Maze Pond (Little), Borough, the last on the R. in the Maze, from 194 Tooley Street it extends to New Street and the last described.
Meads Court, Old Bond Street, at 19, being that number of houses on the R. from 57 Piccadilly.
Mead Place, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, forms part of the S. side, about of a mile on the L. from the Obelisk, on the E. side of the Asylum.
Mead Row, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, on the E. side the Asylum, extending from the last described to Woolsingham place.
Mead Street, Bethnal Green, the fourth on the L. in Turville Street from 37 Church Street leading into Vincent Street
Meadow Row, Rockingham Row, Kent Road, the second on the L. about 1/8 of a mile E. from the Elephant and Castle.
Meards Court or Street, Wardour Street, Soho, at 57, being that number of houses on the L. from 382 Oxford street, it leads to Dean street.
Mecklenburg Hotel, Charing Cross, on the W. side the Kings mews, being the corner of Whitcomb Street
Medical Society, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, three doors on the R. from 151 Fleet Street
Meeting House Alley, Wapping, the continuation of Queens head alley, from 122 Wapping Street it extends to Johnson Street, Old Gravel lane.
Meeting House Court, Drury Lane, at 29, about twelve doors on the L. from Long acre towards St Giles.
Meeting House Court, Water Lane, Blackfriars, is the third on the R. from 3 Ludgate Street along Pilgrim Street and Broadway.
Meeting House Court, Old Jewry, at 17, the second on the R. from 81 Cheapside.
Meeting House Court, Long Alley, Worship Street, a few doors on the R. from Worship Street towards Moorfields.
Meeting House Court, Miles lane, the second on the R. from 49, Cannon St and about ten doors on the L. from 131 Upper Thames Street
Meeting House Court, Gravel Lane, Houndsditch, a few doors on the L. from 147 Houndsditch, leading into Stoney lane,
Meeting House Court, Gainsford Street, Horselydown, at 18, two or three doors W. of Thomas Street
Meeting House Lane, Poplar High Street or Road, about 1/3 a mile on the L. from the Commercial road and nearly op. the Harrow public house.
Meeting House Walk, Snows Fields, Borough, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from 109 High Street, Borough, along King St it leads to Richardson Street and Long lane, Bermondsey.
Meeting House Yard, Redcross Street, Cripplegate, at 15, about the middle of the W. side.
Meeting House Yard, St Martins Lane, Cannon Street, at 20, the first on the L. a few doors from 41 Cannon Street
Meeting House Yard, Three Colt Street, Limehouse, the first on the R. from the church towards the Thames.
Meeting House Yard, Dock Head, the first on the R. from New Street or from Russell Street towards Shad Thames.
Meggs Alms Houses, Whitechapel Road, between 228 and 233, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. east from the church.
Melina Place, Westminster Bridge Road, St Georges Fields, forms part of the N. side, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from the Obelisk towards the Asylum.
Melior Street, Borough, the second street on the L. from 194, Tooley Street along the Maze and Weston Street and about twelve doors on the R. from Snows Fields.
Memel Street, Domingo Street, Old Street, St Lukes, the first on the R. a few yards from 14 Old street.
Mercers Alms Houses, White Horse Street, Ratcliffe, at the N. end of it, facing Stepney church yard.
Mercers Court, Great Tower Street, at 72, on the N. side, between Mark lane and Mincing lane.
Mercers Court, St Marys Hill, Tower Street, at 30, op. the church.
Mercers Hall, Ironmonger Lane, Cheapside, three or four doors on the R. from 90 Cheapside.
Mercers Row, High Street, Shadwell, at 209, about of a mile on the L. from St Georges church, or the second on the R. west from Shadwell church.
Mercers School, College Hill, at 20, two or three doors on the L. from Cloak lane towards Upper Thames Street
Mercers Street, Long Acre, at 123, the first on the L. from St Martins lane, it leads to Little White lion Street and Seven Dials.
Merchants Buildings, Poplar, on the W. side the East India Alms houses, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. down the East India Dock road from Limehouse.
Merchants (Company of) trading to Africa, Bush Lane, Cannon Street a door or two on the R. from 22 Cannon Street under the gateway.
Merchant Seamens Office, over the S. side of the Royal Exchange, entrance from Cornhill.
Merchant Taylors Alms Houses, Princes Street, Rosemary Lane, about five doors from Sparrow corner, near the Minories.
Merchant Taylors . Hall, at 32 Threadneedle street, a few doors on the L. from 116 Bishopsgate within.
Merchant Taylors School, Suffolk Lane, a few yards on the R. from 151 Upper Thames Street
Merlins Cave, Spa Fields, in the fields between Clerkenwell and Pentonville, on the W. side the New river head.
Merlins Mechanical Museum, at 11 Princes Street, Hanover square, extending to 315 Oxford Street
Merlins Place, Spa Fields. See Merlins Cave.
Merlins Rents, Shoe Lane, at 50, on the S. side St Andrews church, Holborn hill.
Mermaid Court, High Street, Borough, at 120, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from St Margarets hill towards St Georges church.
Mermaid Row, Snows Fields. See Ship and Mermaid Row.
Merrets Buildings, Peter Street, Sun Street, Bishopsgate, the first on the R. four or five doors from the S. side of Sun Street
Mertons Court, Ratcliffe Highway, at 198, W. end by the corner of Ship alley, Wellclose square.
Mesnards Wharf, Shad Thames, Horselydown, on the W. side of St Saviours dock, about 1/4 of a mile below London bridge.
Mestaers Rents, Rotherhithe Street about 1/2 a mile on the R. below the church.
Mestaers Ship Yard, Rotherhithe, on the E. side of King and Queen stairs, and op. the last described.
Metcalfs Buildings, Phillipss Buildings, Walworth Common, at the back of Westmoreland row, near the academy.
Metcalf Court, Essex Street, Whitechapel, four doors on the L. from 197 Wentworth Street or from the Star public house.
Metcalf Court, Jacob Street, Dock Head, the first on the R. a few doors from Mill Street towards Rotherhithe street
St Michaels Alley, Cornhill, at 44, seven or eight doors E. from Birchin lane, it leads to George yard and 56 Lombard Street
St MichaelsChurch, Cornhill, behind 44, on the S. side. See St Michaels Alley.
St Michael Bassishaws Church, Basinghall Street, about the middle of the W. side, communicating with Aldermanbury at 19, by Church alley.
St Michaels Church, Wood Street, Cheapside, about eighteen or twenty doors on the L. from 122, Cheapside.
St Michaels Church, Crooked Lane, four doors on the L. from 49 Cannon Street
St Michaels Church, Upper Thames Street, at 200, about the middle of the N. side.
St Michaels Church. College Hill, about the middle of the K. side.
Michaels Grove, Brompton High Road, the fifth coach turning on the L. about 1/2 a mile from Knightsbridge.
Michaels Place, Brompton, forms part of the L. side the High road, about 1/2 a mile from Knightsbridge.
Middle Row, Knightsbridge, part of the High road, about 1/2 a mile from Hyde park corner, at the commencement of the Brompton road.
Middle Row, Holborn, a pile of houses which stand out in the street with the foot path behind them, op. Grays inn lane, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Fleet market.
Middle Row, St Giles, about seven houses which stand out in the street from 37 Broad Street to King Street on the E. side the church.
Middle Row, Goswell Street, a small part of the E. side, adjoining the S. side of Old Street
Middle Row Place, Holborn, at 326, High Holborn on the W. side of Middle row (late Kings head court).
Middle street, Cloth Fair, the continuation of it, entering by 60, on the E. side of West Smithfield towards 126 Aldersgate street.
Middle Shadwell, the first S. parallel to part of High street. say from 76 to 87, it extends from Popes hill to Broad bridge.
Middle Turning, Shakespears Walk, Shadwell, the fourth on the L. from High Street entering by 49, on the W. side the church.
Middlesex Chapel, Hackney Road, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church.
Middlesex Court, Drury Lane, at 35, about six doors on the L. from Long acre towards St Giles.
Middlesex Court, Bartholomew Close, a narrow dark, passage behind 61, at the N.E. corner, leading to Little Bartholomew close.
Middlesex Hospital, Charles Street, Marylebone, on the N. side, facing Berners Street, Oxford Street
Middlesex Place, New Road, Paddington or Lisson Green, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from Edgware road and nearly op. the Yorkshire stingo.
Middlesex Place, Hackney Road, forms a part of the L. side by the Axe public house, about 1/5 of a mile from Shoreditch church.
Middlesex Societys Charity School, at 18, Cannon Street New Road, St Georges in the East, nearly op. Lower Chapman Street
Middlesex Street, Somers Town, the first E. parallel to Ossulston Street extending from Chapel path to Hamden Street
Middlesex Street, Aldgate, that end of Petticoat lane which adjoins 41 Aldgate High Street
Middlesex Street (Little), Petticoat Lane, is about twenty doors on the R. in the last described from 41 Aldgate High Street
Middlesex Terrace, Hackney Road, forms part of the R. side by Middlesex chapel, about of a mile from Shoreditch church.
Middletons Buildings, Foley Place or Queen Ann Street East, at 59, S. side, about four doors on the L. from 87, Great Titchfield Street
Midford Place, Tottenham Court Road, at 113. between London Street and Grafton Street about 1/2 a mile on the L. from Oxford Street
Midway Place, Deptford Lower Road, a few yards on the R. south of the Halfway house towards Deptford.
St Mildreds Church, Bread Street, about twelve doors on the L. from 47 Cheapside, being the corner of Watling Street
St Mildreds Church, Poultry, a few doors on the L. from the Old Jewry and nearly op. the Mansion house.
St Mildreds Court, Poultry, on the E. side St Mildreds church.
Mile End Charity School, Stepney Green, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Mile end road towards Stepney church.
Mile End Corner, Dog Row, Bethnal Green, a few doors on the L. from the turnpike Mile end, towards Bethnal green.
Mile End Green, the first S. parallel to part of Whitechapel road, commencing near the S. E. corner of the London hospital and extending to Grove place.
Mile End New Town, a large district on the N. side of Whitechapel road, bounded on the N. by Bethnal green and on the W. by Spitalfields parishes.
Mile End Old Town, a large district on the N. side the Commercial road, extending W. to Whitechapel church yard.
Mile End Rcad, the continuation of Whitechapel Road, commencing at the turnpike, about a mile from Aldgate, and extending to Bow.
Mile End Workhouse, Bencrofts Place, Mile End Road, a few yards on the R. from op. Bencrofts alms houses, about 1 3/4 mile from Aldgate.
Miles s Lane, Upper Thames Street, at 130, a few doors on the R. front from London bridge, it leads to Crooked lane and 49 Cannon Street
Miless or Meymotts Rents, Church Street, Horselydown, the first on the L. a tew yards from the S. side of St Johns church yard.
Miless Rents, Long Lane, Bermondsey, the first coach turning On the L. about 1/8 of a mile from Bermondsey church yard.
Milford House Academy, at 21, Canterbury Row, Newington, about of a mile on the L. from Newington church towards Kennington common.
Milford Lane, Strand, at 200, op. St Clements church, under the archway, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Temple bar.
Milk Alley, Wardour Street, Soho, at 62, about of a mile on the L. from 382 Oxford Street it leads to Dean Street
Milk Street, Cheapside, at 116, the fourth on the L. from St Pauls church yard, it extends to Cateaton Street
Milk Yard, Shadwell, is E. of or behind 133, New Gravel lane, it extends towards Shakespears walk.
Millbank Row, Westminster, the continuation of Millbank St by the side of the Thames, extending to the fields.
Millbank Stairs, Westminster, at the S. end of Millbank Street, op. the Horseferry road, near 1/2 a mile above Westminster bridge.
Millbank Street, Westminster, the continuation of Abingdon Street from Old Palace yard by the Abbey, it extends to the Horseferry road.
Millbank Walk, the continuation of Millbank row, by the side of the Thames towards Chelsea.
Mills Buildings, Knightsbridge High Road, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Hyde park corner, and nearly op. Brompton road.
Mills Ccurt, Type Street, Finsbury Square, two doors on the R, from 21, Chiswell Street towards Ropemakers Street
Mills Court, Curtain Road, Shoreditch, the second on the R. from Old Street road, and nearly op. Norfolk place.
Mills Court, Petticoat Lane, Spitalfields, the third on the L. a few doors from Widegate street, Bishopsgate.
Mill Lane, Tooley Street, at 55, the first open lane or street on the L. from London bridge, it leads to Battle bridge stairs.
Mill Place, Commercial Road, Limehouse, on the S. side near 1/4 of a mile W. from the church, it leads to Richardsons timber yard and Risbys rope walk.
Mill Stairs, Bermondsey or Rotherhithe Wall, on the E. side of St Saviours dock, near 7/8 of a mile below London bridge, and op. Hermitage stairs.
Mill Street, Bermondsey or Dock Head, the continuation of Dock head, bearing to the L. on the E. side of St Saviours dock, it extends to Mill stairs.
Mill Street, Lambeth Walk, on the N. side the Windmill, leading to Pratt Street
Mill Street, Maddox Street, Hanover Square, at 19, behind St Georges church, intersecting Conduit Street at 15.
Millwall, Poplar, the bank of the Thames, below Limehouse hole and the entrance to the West India docks towards Blackwall.
Mill Wharf, Bermondsey or Rotherhithe Wall, on the E. side of Mill stairs and St Saviours dock, about 7/8 of a mile below London bridge.
Mills Yard, Great Peter Street, Westminster , at the W. end of it, nearly op. the Gray coat school.
Mill Yard, Lemon Street, Goodmans Fields, behind 82, on the R. it leads to 80 Cable Street
Mill Hill Mews, Wimpole Street, Marylebone, at 91, five or six doors from Oxford chapel or from Henrietta Street
Mill Pond Bridge, Rotherhithe, the first on the L. in West lane from the Thames near Cherry garden stairs, it leads to Paradise street.
Mill Pond Row, Rotherhithe, on the W. side of the Mill pond, extending from Mill pond bridge towards the Blue anchor road.
Mill Pond Street, Bermondsey or Rotherhithe the E. continuation of Jamaica row, leading to Mill pond row and bridge.
Millards Court, Dukes Court, Chick Lane, the first on the L. a few doors from Chick lane.
Millers Court, Aldermanbury, at 36, five or six doors on the L. from London wall.
Millers Rents, East Street, Walworth, the first on the R. a few yards from Walworth High Street or road.
Millers Wharf, Lower East Smithfield, on the W. side of Parsons stairs, and E. side the Leith and Berwick wharf, about 1/4 of a mile below the Tower.
Millman Mews, New Millman Street, six doors on the R. from Great Guilford Street
Millman Place, Great James Street, Bedford Row, the last on the R. from Bedford row, and nearly op. the chapel.
Millman Street, Great James Street, Bedford Row, the N. continuation of it, extending from Chapel Street to Longs yard.
Millman Street (New), Great Guilford Street, Foundling Hospital, at 16, the second street on the L. from Grays inn lane.
Mincing Lane, Fenchurch Street, at 43, the third street on the R. from Gracechurch Street it extends to 82 Great Tower Street
Minor Place, King Street, St Georges Fields, the last on the L. from Belvedere buildings on the W, side the Kings Bench.
Minord Court, Anchor and Hope Alley, Wapping, at 13, about six doors on the R. from the London docks wall.
Minories, op. Aldgate church, where the numbers begin and end, viz 1 and 159, it extends to Tower hill.
Minories ( Little). See Church Street.
Mint (New), Tower Hill, the large new building on the E. side of Little Tower hill by Victualling office square.
Mint, Borough, (a mart for household goods) at the S. end of Redcross Street and the W. end of Mint street.
Mint Square, Borough, the centre of the said market. See the last article.
Mint Street, Borough, op. St Georges church, near 1/2 a mile on the R. from London bridge, leading to the Mint.
Mirror of the Times Newspaper Office, a few doors on the L. in Hind court from 147 Fleet Street and facing Gough square.
Mitcham Street, Lisson Green, the rst on the R. in Lisson Street from Chapel Street, towards Bell Street, Paddington.
Mitchell Court, Mitchell Street, St Lukes, at the W. end of the said street by Brick lane.
Mitchell Street, Brick lane, Old Street, St Lukes, at 61, the first on the R. from 113 Old Street it leads by the N. side of the church to Old Street square.
Mitre Buildings, Temple, the S. end of Mitre Court from 41 Fleet Street
Mitre Buildings, Three Colt Street, Limehouse, about the middle of the W. side, leading to Church row.
Mitre Court, Fleet Street, at 11, being that number of houses on the R. from Temple bar, it leads to Mitre buildings and Kings Bench walk.
Mitre Court, St Pauls Church Yard, at 71, a few doors on the L. from Ludgate Street leading into London house yard.
Mitre Court, Hatton Garden, eight doors on the R. from Holborn hill, leading to Ely place.
Mitre Court, St John Street, Clerkenwell, at 143, near 1/5 of a mile on the R. from West Smithfield.
Mitre and Hat Court, St John Street, Clerkenwell, at 150, about six doors N. from the last
Mitre Court, Cheapside, at 18, about that number of houses on the R. from St Pauls church yard.
Mitre Court, Milk Street, Cheapside, at 34, about five doors on the L. from 116 Cheapside.
Mitre Court, Fenchurch Street, at 20, being that number of houses on the R. from Gracechurch Street
Mitre Court, Aldgate, at 29, the first on the L. a few doors from Leadenhall Street it leads to Dukes place.
Mitre Court, Mint Street, Borough, op. Redcross Street or the third on the L. from op. St Georges church.
Modifords Court, Fenchurch St at 10, three doors W. from Mincing lane.
Moffats Court, Gascoigne Place, Crabtree Row, Hackney Road, is about the middle of the W. side.
Moffat Street, City Road, the continuation of Trafalgar Street entering op. Fountain place, near 1/2 a mile on the R. from Finsbury square.
Molton Street. See South Molton.
Molyneux Street, Queen Street, Edgware Road, the third on the L. about | of a miie from 61 Edgware road, it extends to John street.
Monday Court, Carnaby Market, at the N. E. corner, about eighteen doors on the R. from the W. end of Broad Street
Money Bag Alley, Blue Anchor Yard, Rosemary Lane, the second on the L. a few doors from 48 Rosemary lane.
Monkwell Buildings, Coffee House Walk, Hoxton, a few doors on the L. from op. Rentons gardens towards the Bacchus Coffee house.
Monkwell Streer, Falcon Square, near the N. E. corner, about thirteen doors on the R. in Silver street from 81 Wood Street
Monmouth Court,Whitcomb Street, Charing Cross, the second on the R. a few doors from Cockspur Street
Monmouth Court, Monmouth Street, St Giles, at 7, four doors from Great White Lion Street
Monmouth Place, Walworth Common, on the W. side of Surrey square, Kent road.
Monmouth Street, Broad Street, St Giles, the second on the R. a few doors from the church towards Holborn, it extends to Moor Street
Monmouth Street, Shadwell, the first S. parallel to part of Shadwell High Street say from 57 to 75, it extends from Shadwell market to Popes hill.
Monster Row, Neat Houses, Chelsea, the continuation of Georges row to the Monster public house, entering by the bridge at Pimlico.
Montague Close, Borough, between St Saviours church and the Thames, entrance by Pepper alley, near London bridge.
Montague Court, Little Britain, the last on the R. from Aldersgate street, and op. the entrance to St Bartholomews hospital.
Montague Court (Little), Little Britain, about twelve or fourteen doors from the last described towards Aldersgate Street
Montague Court, George and Catherine Wheel Yard, Bishopsgate Without entrance by 94 Bishopsgate Street
Montague Court (Old), Old Montague Street, Whitechapel, adjoins the E. corner of Black lion court, entering by 38 Whitechapel road.
Montague Mews West, George Street, Portman Square, behind the W. side of Montague square.
Montague Mews,, Montague Place, Portman Square, the first on the R. from the W. end of Dorset Street, it extends to Durweston Street
Montague Mews, Montague Street, Russell Square, the first on the R. from 86, Great Russell St towards the said square.
Montague Place, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, at 24, the second on the L. from the N. W. corner of Portman square, being the W. continuation of Dorset Street
Montague Place, Bedford Square, at the N. E. corner, extending to 37 Russell square.
Montague Square, Marylebone, op. the N. end of Montague Street from Quebec Street entering by 236 Oxford street.
Montague Street, Cumberland Place, the continuation of Quebec Street, entering by 236 Oxford Street it extends to Montague square.
Montague Street, Russell Square, at 43, the S. W. corner, it extends to op. 63 Great Russell Street
Montague Street, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, at 55 on the E. side, op. Browns lane, leading into Well Street
Montague Street (Old), Whitechapel, the first on the R. along Osborn St from 74, nearly op. the church.
Montague Street, Wentworth Street, Spitalfields, the second on the L. a few doors from Petticoat lane, it leads to Coxs square.
Montpelier Tea Gardens, Walworth, is about 3/4 of a mile on the R. from the Elephant and Castle along the High road to Camberwell.
Monument Yard, Fish Street Hill, the open space by the Monument near London bridge.
Moodys Gardens, Great Peter Street, Westminster. See Adam a Digging Gardens.
Moon Alley or Street, Bishopsgate Without, at 103, by Norton Falgate, about ten doors N. of Primrose Street
Moon Rakers Alley, Great Suffolk Street, Mint, the last on the R. about 1/4 of a mile from 80 Blackman Street near Gravel lane.
Moorfields, on the N. side of London wall, extending towards Finsbury square.
Moorfields (Little), Fore Street, Cripplegate, the first parallel to the W, side of Moorfields, extending from 61 Fore Street, to Ropemakers Street
Moorfields (Little), Broker Row, the S. end of it, connecting the S. E. corner of Moorfields with London wall.
Moorfields (Upper), Wilson Street, a part of the said street nearly op. Finsbury square.
Moor Lane, Fore Street, Cripplegate, at 87, nearly op. Basinghall Street it leads to White Street
Moor Place, Lambeth, is near 2/3 of a mile on the L. from Westminster bridge towards Vauxhall, forming part of the E. side the road, between Woolsingham place and Walcot place.
Moor Place (Little), Lambeth, between the S. end of the last described and the corner of Brook 
Moor Square, Moor Lane, Cripplegate, the second on the L. about twelve doors from 87 Fore Street
Moor Street, Soho or Seven Dials, the continuation of Little Earl Street from the Seven dials to Little Compton Street and 22 Greek Street
Moores Alley, Long Alley, Moorfields. See Moores Gardens.
Moores Court, Batchelor Place, Pentonville, the first on the L. from the Maidenhead public house, Battle bridge, towards Islington.
Moores Court, Old Fish Street, at 3, nearly op. the Old change.
Moores Court, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the third on the L. from 105 Whitechapel High Street
Moores Gardens, Long Alley, Moorfields, the second on the L. a few doors from Worship street. towards Moorfields.
Moores Place, Long Alley. See the last article.
Moore Street, Queen Street, Edgware Road, the first S. parallel to it, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Tyburn turnpike.
Moores Yard, St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, at 23, a few doors N. from the church, it leads to Church lane.
Moores Yard, King Street, St James's, the second on the L. a few doors from the W. side of St James's square.
Moores Yard, Fashion Street, Spitalfields, the third on the R. from 196, Brick lane.
Mop Spinners Court, Chick Lane, West Smithfield, the first on the L. in Dukes court, from the said lane towards Cow cross.
Morden Court, Upper Turning, Shadwell, between 55, Shakespears walk and 20 Great Spring street.
Morgans Lane, Tooley Street, at 79, the second open street or lane on the L. about of a mile from London bridge.
Morgan Street, Commercial Road, the second on the L. a few doors from Cannon street road towards Whitechapel.
Morning Advertiser Newspaper Office, at 11 Catherine Street, Strand, about ten doors on the R. from 342, in the Strand.
Morning Chronicle Newspaper Office, at 143 Strand, nearly op. Catherine Street about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from Temple bar.
Morning Herald Newspaper Office, at 18 Catherine Street two or three doors on the R. from 312, in the Strand.
Morning Post Newspaper Office, at 335 Strand, nearly op. Somerset house, about 1/3 of a mile on the R. from Temple bar.
Morriss Causeway, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, on the E. side of the Patent shot manufactory, near 1/3 of a mile above Blackfriars bridge.
Morriss Court, New Square or Lane, Horselydown, the first on the R. a few doors from 102 Shad Thames.
Morriss Walk, Castle Lane, Borough, the first coach turning on the L. from Castle Street towards Maid lane.
Mortimer Market, Tottenham Court Road, is op. 103, near Howland Street about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Oxford Street
Mortimer Street, Cavendish Square, at the N. E. corner, extending to 49, Wells Street
Morton Street, Newington Causeway, the first on the L. near 1/8 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle towards the Borough, it leads to St Georges market.
Mosley Place, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, at 204, the third on the L. about 1/7 of a mile from op. the church, Whitechapel.
Mosss Alley, Bankside, South wark, about twenty doors W. from Thames Street it leads to Maid lane nearly op. Great Guildford Street
Mosss Court, Queen Street, Borough, at 102, the first on the L. two or three doors from Union street.
Motley Court, Motley Street, Curtain Road, at 10, on the S. side, it leads to 21, Chapel Street
Motley Street, Curtain Road, Shoreditch, the second on the L. about 1/8 of a mile from Worship St it extends to Phipps Street
Mouldmakers Row, Foster Lane, Cheapside, entrance by the first on the L. about eight doors from 148 Cheapside.
Mount, Kent Street, Borough, entrance by 281 and 298, being a few doors on the R. from St Georges church.
Mount Court, Harrow Alley, Gravel Lane, Houndsditch, the first on the R. from Gravel lane to wards the middle of Petticoat lane.
Mount Gardens, Westminster bridge Road, Lambeth, the second on the R. from the Marsh gate towards the Asylum.
Mounts Gateway, Butcher Row, Upper East Smithfield, the first on the R. a few doors from Upper East Smithfield, it leads to Great Garden Street
Mount Place, Whitechapel Road, forms part of the R. side, about 1/4 of a mile from the church, it extends from Cannon street road, to the London hospital.
Mount Place or Row, Gibraltar Row, St Georges Fields, at 28, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Prospect place.
Mount Place, Walworth, on the E. side the High St or road, nearly op. the Montpelier gardens, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle.
Mount Pleasant, Grays Inn Lane, the E. end of Elm Street from 86 Grays inn lane leading into Baynes row.
Mount Pleasant, City Road, the first on the L. in East row, nearly op. Winckworths Buildings about 1/2 a mile N. from Finsbury square.
Mount Pleasant, Stepney, a few houses on the L. in York place from the Worlds End public house, towards Mile end.
Mount Row, Davies Street, Berkeley Square, at 22, about seven doors on the L. from the N. W. corner of the said square.
Mount Row, Winckworths Buildings, City Road, is behind the houses which form East row, op. Winckworths Buildings, near 1/2 a mile N. from Finsbury square.
Mount Row, Kent Road, forms part of the N. side, between the Bricklayers arms and the Paragon.
Mount Row, Bridge Road, Lambeth, forms part of the L. side, about 1/4 of a mile from Westminster bridge, it extends from the Marsh gate to Oakley Street
Mount Street, Berkeley Square, at the N. W. corner where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 128, it extends to Park lane, about 1/3 of a mile in length.
Mount Street, Bethnal Green, the continuation of Rose Street entering by 45 Church Street nearly op. Brick lane, it leads to Virginia Street, or row, behind Shoreditch church.
Mount Street, Whitechapel Road, about 1/4 of a mile below the church, being the first on the L. in Cannon Street road, and behind Mount place.
Mount Street, Whitechapel Road, at 206, on the E. side the London hospital, being the first on the R. east from the last described.
Mount Street, Bridge Road, Lambeth, forms part of the R. side, about 1/4 of a mile from Westminster bridge, it extends from the Marsh gate to op. the Asylum.
Mount Street, Walworth, on the E. side the High Street or road, nearly op. the Montpelier gardens, about 3/4 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle.
Mount Terrace, Cannon Street Road, forms part of the E. side, adjoining Whitechapel road, at the W. end of Mount place.
Muds Court, Lambs Conduit Street, Red Lion Square, at 54, leading into Ormond place or yard.
Muggeridges Buildings, Castle Street, Borough, at 46, near Castle lane, being the first on the R. from 13 Redcross Street
Mulberry Court, Great Bell Alley, Coleman Street, the first on the L. a few doors from 57, Coleman Street towards Little Bell alley.
Mulberry Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, entrance a few doors on the L. from the N. side of Moorfields.
Mulberry Court, Petticoat Lane, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. from 41, Aldgate High Street or the first on the L. from Wentworth Street
Mulberry Court, Three Colt Street, Limehouse, between the S. side of the church and Mitre court or buildings.
Mulberry Court, Castle Street, Borough, at  28, about that number of houses on the L. from 14 Redcross Street
Mulberry Court, Long Lane, Bermondsey, by Miles Rents, about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from Bermondsey church yard.
Mulberry Gardens, Nightingale Lane, East Smithfield, is nearly op. Burr St it leads to Ten Footway, by the side of the London docks.
Mulberry Street, Commercial Road, the second on the L. from Whitechapel church, and nearly opposite Back Church lane, it extends to Sion square.
Mullingss Buildings, Blue Anchor Road, Bermondsey, a few doors on the R. east of Fort place.
Mumford Court, Milk Street, Cheapside, at 10, about that number of houses on the R. from 116 Cheapside.
Muscovy Court, Great Tower Hill, at 17, in the corner, on the W. side of Savage gardens and the Trinity house.
Music House Court, High Street, Shadwell, at 54, about two or three doors W. from the Church yard.
Mutton Lane, Clerkenwell, at the N. W. corner of Clerkenwell green, leading to Vine St and Hatton wall.
Mutton Lane, Mile End Road, the third on the R. below the turnpike, extending from Assembly row to Redmans row.
Myrtle Row, Hoxton Town, form part of the W. side, adjoining Myrtle St about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Old street road.
Myrtle Street, Hoxton Town, the third coach turning on the L about 1/4 of a mile from Old street road, it extends to Gloucester terrace.