London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

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

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

Nags Head Court, Knightsbridge, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Hyde park corner, and two or three doors E, from the Barracks.
Nags Head Court, Drury Lane, at 119, about five doors S. from Princes Street
Nags Head Court, Golden Lane, St Lukes, the second on the L. about twelve doors from Old Street
Nags Head Court, Golden Lane, Cripplegate or St Lukes, two or three doors on the R. from Barbican.
Nags Head Court, Gracechurch Street, at 34, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from London bridge, it leads to 28, Clements lane.
Nags Head Inn, Borough High Street, at 100, and near 1/3 of a mile on the L. from London bridge.
Nags Head Yard, Oxford Street, at 314, nearly op. Market St about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from St Giles.
Nags Head Yard, Hackney Road, about 5/8 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church.
Nailsey Place, Salmon Lane, Limehouse, about I of a mile on the L. from the Commercial road, towards Stepney church.
Naked Boy Alley, Upper Thames Street, behind 53, near the middle of the S. side, op. Bread street hill.
Naked Boy Alley, Princes Street, Lambeth, the first on the R. a few yards from Broad Street 
Naked Boy Court, Ludgate Hill, at 31, about seven doors W. from the Old Bailey.
Narrow Street, RatclifFe or Limehouse, at Ratcliffe cross stairs, extending to Fore Street being parallel to the Thames, near 1/5 of a mile in length.
Narrow Wall, Lambeth, the continuation of Pedlars Acre, by Westminster bridge, to Upper ground, Christ church, by the line of the river, about 3/4 of a mile in
length.
Nassau Street, King Street, Soho, at 12, the second on the R. from Princes Street leading to Gerrard st, and Newport market.
National Register Newspaper Office, about seven doors on the R. in Catherine street, from 312, in the Strand.
Naval Row, Blackwall, the E. continuation of Poplar High St from Blackwall causeway towards the East India dock.
Navy Office, Somerset Place, on the S. side, facing the entrance from the Strand.
Navy Pay Office, Somerset Place, on the W. or on the R. from the Strand.
Neals Passage, Great Earl Street, Seven Dials, at 14, three doors on the R. from King Street it leads to 13, Queen Street 
Neals Yard, Queen Street, Seven Dials, at 18, three doors on the R. from 51 King Street it leads to 14, Great St Andrew Street
Neat Boys Court, Fashion Street, Spitalfields, the third on the R. from 191, Brick lane.
Neat Houses, Chelsea, a district on the N. bank of the Thames, extending from Tothill fields, Westminster, to Chelsea.
Neat Houses Row, Chelsea or Pimlico, the continuation of Georges row from the bridge, Pimlico, towards the Thames.
Neckinger Road or Lane, Parkers Row, Bermondsey, about | of a mile on the R. from Hickmans Folly, extending from the turnpike to the Grange r road.
Nelsons Court, RatclifFe Highway, at 123, a few doors E. from St Georges church, and nearly op. Old Gravel lane.
Nelsons Passage, Great Arthur Street, St Lukes, at 7, a few doors on the R. from 10, Goswell street.
Nelsons Place, Bowling Green Buildings, New Road, Marylebone, a few doors on the L. from the said road, by the Yorkshire stingo.
Nelsons Place, City Road, about the middle of the S. side of New Street between Upper Fountain place and Bath Street
Nelsons Place, Poplar High Street, a few doors E. of the Green dragon, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from the Commercial road.
Nelsons Place, Blackman Street, Borough, at 102, about six doors on the R. from Lant Street towards the Kings Bench.
Nelsons Place, Locks Fields, Walworth, at the Obelisk by Salisbury place, leading towards the middle of East lane, through Sun Street and North Street
Nelsons Place, Kent Road, is part of the L. side, about 1/8 of a mile below the Bricklayers arms.
Nelsons Place, London Road, St Georges Fields about nine doors on the L. from the Elephant and Castle towards the Obelisk.
Nelsons Row, Deptford Lower Road, near 1/8 of a mile on the L. from the Halfway house towards Deptford.
Nelson Square, Blackfriars Road, about 3/8 of a mile from the bridge, being the first on the L. from Charlotte St towards the Obelisk.
Nelson Street, City Road, about 5/8 of a mile on the L. from Finsbury square, and nearly op. the Shepherd and Shepherdess, it leads to RatCliffe row and towards Old street.
Nelson Street, Bethnal Green, behind Shoreditch church, being the second on the L. in Mount Street from 15, Church Street
Nelson Street, Goodmans Fields, at 13, Red lion St about six doors on the R. from 30, Whitechapel High Street
Nelsons Terrace, City Road, about a mile on the R. from Finsbury square towards Islington, nearly op. Sidney Street
Neptune Court, Neptune Street, Locks Fields, Walworth, about the middle of the N. side, leading into Thomas Street
Neptune Court, Neptune Street, Rotherhithe, at the E. end of New Street on the R. near Albion St
Neptune Place, New Cut or Lambeth Marsh, about 1/8 of a mile N. from the Horn brewery towards Narrow wall, entering by the third on the R. from Blackfriars road.
Neptune Place, Locks Fields, Walworth, on the E. side of Neptune Street by the Obelisk, at the W end of Salisbury place.
Neptune Street, Locks Fields, Walworth, the third on the L. from Garmouth or Rodney row, Kent road towards Salisbury place, Park place, and East lane.
Neptune Street, Wellclose Square, at 33, about the middle of the S. side, extending to 71, Parsons Street
Neptune Street, Rotherhithe, the S. continuation of Elephant lane, entering by 344, Rotherhithe Street near the church.
Nesbitts Rents, Three Colt Street, Limehouse, at 26, a few doors on the R. from Ropemakers fields towards Gun lane.
Nettleton Court, Aldersgate Street, at 26, about ten doors on the R. from Falcon street, towards Barbican.
Nevils Court, Fetter Lane, at 37, about the middle of the E. side, it leads to 15, Great New Street
New Alley, Three Colt Street, Limehouse, at 63, the first on the L. from Ropemakers fields towards the church.
New Buildings, Dark Entry, Lower East Smithfield, the first on the L. from 59, Lower East Smithfield towards 27, Nightingale lane.
New Buildings, Fox and Knot Court, Cow Lane, Snow Hill, the first on the R. a few yards from 41, Cow lane.
New Buildings, Little Bell Alley. See New Court, Swan Alley.
New Church, Strand. See St Mary Le Strand.
New Court, New Way, Orchard Street, Westminster, at 13, about seven doors on the L. from 14, Orchard Street
New Court, Little Chapel Street, Westminster, a few doors on the L. from the E. end of James Street
New Court, Duck Lane, Westminster, about eight doors on the L. from 58, Orchard St towards Old Pye Street
New Court, Strand, at 205, op. St Clements church, near of a mile on the L. from Temple bar.
New Court, Carey Street, Chancery Lane, at 16, nearly op. Serle Street it leads to Little Shire lane.
New Court, Temple, the first on the L. in Devereux court, from 218, in the Strand, it leads to Essex court, Brick court, and Middle Temple lane.
New Court, Great New Street, Fetter Lane, at 24, three doors on the L. from West Harding Street
New Court, Fleet Market, at 19, the second on the R. from Ludgate hill, two or three doors N. from the Fleet prison.
New Court, Old Bailey, at 50, about the middle of the W. side, it leads to 19, Fleet lane.
New Court, Portpool Lane, Grays Inn Lane, at 50, the second on the L. from Grays inn lane towards 61, Leather lane.
New Court, Goswell Street, at 10, about 1/6 of a mile on the R. north from Barbican, it leads into Great Arthur Street
New Court, Allen Street, Clerkenwell, the first on the R. from 113 Goswell Street
New Court, St Peters Lane, West Smithfield, the second on the R. from 68, St John Street towards Cow cross.
New Court, St Johns Street, Clerkenwell, at 210, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from West Smithfield.
New Court, Cloth Fair, West Smithfield, the second on the L. a few doors from 60, West Smithfield, near Long lane.
New Court, Brick Lane, StLukes, at 80, the first on the R. a few doors from 113, Old Street
New Court, Fore Street, Cripplegate, at 122, op. the church, near the N. end of Wood Street
New Court, Fore Street, Cripplegate, at 87, nearly op. Aldermanbury postern.
New Court, Swan Alley, Coleman Street, the continuation of it on the R. from 67, Coleman Street leading to Little Bell alley.
New Court, Bow Lane, Cheapside, at 4, the first on the R. from 58, Cheapside.
New Court, St Swithins Lane, at 10, about the middle of the W. side, or the third on the R. from 10, Lombard Street
New Court, Throgmorton Street, about six doors on the R. from the Bank of England towards Old Broad Street
New Court, Old Broad Street, at 7, the third on the R. from the Royal Exchange.
New Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, four doors on the L. from the N. side of Moorfields.
New Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, a few yards on the L. from Worship Street towards Moorfields.
New Court, Crown Street, Finsbury, on the W. side of Maxwell Court, being the second on the L. from Wilson Street
New Court, Holywell lane, Shoreditch, at 18, being the fourth on the R. from 194, Shoreditch High Street
New Court, Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, at 48, nearly op. the last described.
New Court, Acorn Alley, Bishopsgate, the first on the L. from 124, Bishopsgate without, near Skinner Street
New Court, Hackney Road, the second on the R . a few doors from Shoreditch church.
New Court, Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 49, nearly op. Brick lane, about of a mile on the L. from 65 Shoreditch.
New Court, Dorset Street, Spitalfields, about the middle of the N. side, viz. between Crispin St and Red Lion Street
New Court, Browns Lane, Spitalfields, at 34, the second on the L. about eight doors E. from Red lion Street
New Court, Great Pearl Street, Spitalfields, at 34, about four doors on the L. from 20, Wheeler Street
New Court, Quaker Street, Spitalfields, the second on the R. about twelve doors from 29, Wheeler Street
New Court, Fashion Street, Spitalfields, the second on the L. about twenty doors from 194, Brick lane
New Court, Wentworth Street, Spitalfields, about seven doors on the L. from Petticoat lane.
New Court, King Street, Creechurch Lane, the second on the R. a few doors from 87, Leadenhall Street it leads to Little Dukes place.
New Court, Crutched Friars, at 45, a few doors on the L. from 64 Mark lane and nearly op. Savage gardens.
New Court, Well Yard, Goodmans Fields, the continuation of Well yard, on the R. entering by 82, Lemon Street
New Court, St Catherines Square, at the N. W. corner of the square, entering by 41 St Catherines Street
New Court, Nightingale Lane, at 43, being the first en the L. from the entrance to the London docks.
New Court, Upper Chapman Street, St Georges in the East, the second on the L. a few doors from Cannon street road.
New Court, Frying Pan Alley, Petticoat Lane, about five doors on the R. from Petticoat lane, near Widegate Street
New Court, George Yard, Whitechapel, the second on the L. from 88, Whitechapel High Street
New Court, New Street, Mile End Old Town, the first on the R. from Fieldgate Street, Whitechapel road.
New Court, Bethnal Green, a few doors on the L. from the N. W. corner of the Green, and nearly op. Patriot square.
New Court, Three Colt street, Limehouse, at 14, about the middle of the E. side, it is also called Three Colt Court.
New Court, High Street, Newington, a few doors on the L. from the church towards Kennington, it leads into Fredericks Place.
New Court, Tooley Street, Southwark, at 232, a few doors on the R. from London bridge.
New Court, High Street, Borough, at 155, on the N. side St Georges church.
New Court, White Strcet, Borough, at 17, the third on the L. from St Georges church, towards Long lane, Bermondsey.
New Court, Castle Lane, Borough, about eight doors on the L. from Castle St towards Maid lane.
New Crane Stairs and Dock, Wapping Street, at 198, or the bot tom of New Gravel lane, from 22, Shadwell High St about 1 1/2 mile below London. bridge, and op. Hanover stairs, Rotherhithe.
New Cut, Church Lane, Limehouse, a few doors on the L. from 70, Ropemakers fields, leading to the Barge river and the Drawbridge in Narrow Street
New Cut, Lambeth Marsh, the continuation of Charlotte St op. Surrey chapel, Blackfriars road, to the Marsh gate.
New England Coffee House, at 82, Old Broad St about twelve doors on the L. from the S. E. corner of the Bank of England.
New Grove, Mile End Road, between the Plough and Thompsons nursery, about 2 1/4 miles on the R. from Aldgate.
New Inn, Wych Street, Drury Lane, a few doors on the R. from St Clements church in the Strand, it leads to St Clements Inn and Clare market.
New Inn, Old Bailey, behind 51, op. the Sessions house.
New Inn Buildings, Wych Street, Drury Lane, a few doors on the R. from St Clements church in the Strand, leading to New inn.
New Inn Passage, Haughton Street, Clare Market, at 21, about seven doprs on the R. from Newcastle Street, Strand, leading into New inn.
New Inn Yard, Shoreditch High Street, at 170, by the turnpike, the third on the R. from the church towards Bishopsgate.
New Inn Square, Batemans Row, Shoreditch, the second on the L. a few doors from 159, Shoreditch High Street
New Inn Street, New Inn Yard, Shoreditch, the second on the R. from 176 Shoreditch High St extending to Batemans row.
New Lane, Shad Thames, Horselydown, at 102, op. Horselydown New stairs, it extends to 32, Gainsford Street
New Place, Poplar High Street, forms part of the R. side, about 1/2 a mile from the Commercial, road, being the first row below the Terrace.
New Prison, Clerkenwcll, face$ the N. end of St James's Place from Aylesbury Street
New Rents, St Martins. le Grand, at 35, two or three doors on the R. from 66, Newgate Street
New River Head, Spa Fields, about | of a mile N. from Spa fields, and on the W. side of Sadlers Wells.
New River Office, Whitefriars, is facing the S. end of Dorset St from Salisbury square, entering by 82, Fleet Street.
New Road, Marylebone, commences at 82, Edgware. road, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Tyburn turnpike, or is the E. continuation of Chapel St Lisson green, leading to Sommers town, Pentonville, and Islington.
New Road, Hans Town, the first W. parallel to Sloane St commencing near Knightsbridge, and extending to Sloane Square.
New Road, St Georges in the East, the continuation of Cable street, being the first north parallel to part of Ratcliffe highway.
New Road, Cannon Street or Cannon Street Road, St, Georges in the East, the N, continuation of Cannon st, to 210, Whitechapel road.
New Road, Dock Head or Bermondsey. See Parkers Row.
New Road, Bermondsey. See Bermondsey New Road.
New Row, Kennington Common, a few small houses by the footpath which leads from the E. side of the Common towards Camberwell.
New Square, Orchard Street, Westminster, at 38, the second on the L. a few doors from Dean Street
New Square, Lincolns Inn. See Lincolns Inn New Square.
New Square, Minories, behind 130, about the middle of the W. side, leading to Vine St on the R. and to John St on the left.
New Square, Stepney. See Trafalgar Square.
New Square, New Lane, Shad Thames, is the broadest part of the said Lane, near 102 Shad Thames.
New Street, Brompton or Hans Town, the first street on the L. from Knightsbridge along Brompton High St or road, it leads to Exeter Street
New Street, Broad Street, Carnaby Market or Golden Square, at 46, nearly op. Poland St from 365 Oxford street.
New Street, Spring Gardens, Charing Cross, entrance by 52, Charing cross, bearing to the L. a few yards and then to the R. leading to St James's Park.
New Street, Covent Garden, the continuation of King St extending to 57, St Martins lane.
New Street, Baker Street North, Marylebone, op. 15, about ten doors on the L. from the New Road, it leads to Park Street
New Street, Dyot Street, St Giles, four doors on the R. from 28, Great Russell St leading into Bainbridge Street
New Street (Great), Fetter Lane, the first on the L. in West Harding St from 20, Fetter lane.
New Street (Little), Shoe Lane, at 89, the first street on the L. from 130, Fleet St leading to Middle New Street
New Street (Middle), Great New Street, Fetter Lane, at 14, on the E. side, leading to Little New St and 89, Shoe lane.
New Street Hill, Little New Street, Shoe Lane, the first on the L. a few yards from 89, Shoe lane.
New Street Square, Great New St Fetter Lane, is op. Dean St from 43, Fetter lane, leading to Little New Street
New Street, Blackfriars, the continuation of Creed lane, entering by 14, Ludgate St it leads to Ireland yard and St Andrews hill.
New Street, Old Street, St Lukes, at 91, the second E. from the church, it extends to Richmond street.
New Street, Aldersgate Street, at 126, the first on the R. about ten doors from Long lane, towards St Martins le Grand, it leads to Cloth fair.
New Street, Bowling Street, Clerkenwell, a few yards on the L. from Turnmill St it. leads into Peter Street
New Street, City Road, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from Finsbury sq. extending from Upper Fountain place to Ratcliffe row.
New Street, St Mary Axe, the continuation of St Mary Axe, from Camomile St to 55, Houndsditch (also called New St Mary Axe).
New Street, Bishopsgate Street, at 30, the second on the R. north from the church, it leads to the India Companys warehouse.
New Street, Gibraltar Fields, Bethnal Green, the first E. parallel to part of Turk St extending from Duke St towards Virginia Street
New Street, Fieldgate Street, Whitechapel or Mile End Old Town, at 21, about ten doors on the R. from 266, Whitechapel road.
New Street, St Catherines, the continuation of St Catherines lane, entering by 50, Upper East Smithfield to St Catherines square.
New Street, Lower East Smithfield, at G6, a few doors on the R. from Butcher row, leading into the last described.
New Street, Shadwell Market, at the S. E. corner, entering by 67, Shadwell High St and extending to Shadwell dock.
New Street, Princes Street, Lambeth, the first on the L. a few yards from Vauxhall row, or from Glasshouse St leading to Fore Street
New Street, Great Cuildford Street, Borough, the third on the R. a few doors from 35, Queen Street
New Street, Maze Pond, Borough, the continuation of Joiner St entering by 241, Tooley Street or at the E. end of St Thomas Street on the right.
New Street, Blackfriars Road or St Georges Fields, the last on the L. from Blackfriars bridge and facing the Obelisk, it leads to Pearl row and Dover Street
New Street (Little), Borough Road, St Georges Fields, the second on the R. from Stones end to wards the Obelisk, extending to the Kings Bench.
New Street, Newington or Kennington High Road, op. the 2 milestone from Cornhill, about 3/8 of a mile on the L. from Newington church.
New Street, Kent Read or Walworth, on the W. side of Union row, entrance the third on the R. from the Elephant and Castle.
New Street, East Lane, Walworth, is the N. parallel to part of it, being the first on the R. in Camden St from the chapel in East lane.
New Street, Dock Head, Horselydown, the E. continuation of Fair St and of Free School St to Russell Street, and Dock Head.
New Street, Adam Street, Rotherhithe, at 76, about the middle of the N. side.
New Street, Neptune Street, Rotherhithe, the third on the L. from Elephant lane, three or four doors S. from Albion Street
New Terrace, Tabernacle Walk, Moorfields, the row of houses on the W. side the Tabernacle.
New Walk, Shad Thames, Horselydown, the first on the L. from Dockhead, it extends to Thomas street.
New Way, Orchard Street, Westminster, about twelve doors on the R. from Dean St extending to the Great Almonry.
New Way, Maze, Borough, at 30, the first on the R. from 196, Tooley St leading to Broadway and St Thomass street.
New Wharf, Limehouse Hole, between Limehouse hole stairs and the entrance to the West India docks.
New Yard, Great Queen Street, Lincolns Inn Fields, at 55, about twenty two doors on the L. from the N. W. corner of Lincolns inn fields.
Newbys Place, Poplar High Street or Road, about 5/8 of a mile on the L. from the Commercial road and near the Green dragon.
Newcastle Court, Strand, a few doors on the R. from Temple bar, towards St Clements church, it leads to Old Boswell court.
Newcastle Court, College Hill, Upper Thames St about five doors on the R. from Cloak lane or from Great St Thomas Apostles,
Newcastle Place, Clerkenwell Close, forms part of the R. side, from Clerkenwell green and nearly adjoins the W. side of the church.
Newcastle Place, Mile End, about ten doors on the R. east of the turnpike, extending to Grove place.
Newcastle Row, Clerkenwell Close, on the E. side of Newcastle place.
Newcastle Street, Strand, at 309, by the New church, it leads to Stanhope St Clare market.
Newcastle Street, Clerkenwell Close, the first on the R. in St James's Street entering by St James place, E. side the church.
Newgate Market, entrance by Rose St from 20, Newgate St or by Paved alley from 30, Paternoster row.
Newgate Prison, Old Bailey, at the N. end of it, adjoining Newgate Street
Newgate Street, the W. continuation of Cheapside on the R. extending to the Old Bailey and to Snow hill.
Newington Butts, Newington, Surrey, there is no particular pile of buildings distinguished by this name, but the neighbourhood about the Elephant and Castle is so called.
Newington Causeway, commences at Stones end by the Kings Bench, and extends to the Elephant and Castle.
Newington Road, the same as the last article, but generally the buildings on the R. from the Kings Bench are distinguished by this name.
Newington Place, Newington, Surrey, forms part of the K. side the High road, op. the 2 mile stone from Cornhill, extending to Kenningtm Common.
Newington Terrace, Newington, Surrey - the N. E. corner of Kennington common, nearly facing the Horns Tavern.
Newlys Court, Pleasant Row, Mile End New Town, the fourth on the R. from Pelham St entering by 60, Brick lane, Spitalfields.
Newmans Mews, Castle Street, Oxford Street, at 71, three doors on the L. from 81 Newman Street
Newmans Passage, Newman St at 26, about that number of doors on the R. from 39, Oxford Street it leads to Upper Rathbone place.
Newmans Row, Lincolns Inn Fields, at the N. E. corner, about six houses on the L. towards Great Turnstile.
Newmans Row, Bermondsey St at 117, the second on the R. from the church towards Tooley Street
Newman Street, Oxford Street, at 39, near 1/5 of a mile on the R. from St Giles, it extends to Charles St Middlesex hospital.
Newmans Yard, Newman Street, Oxford Street, ten doors on the R. from 39, Oxford Street
Newmarket Street, Wapping St at 157, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. east from the church, being the continuation of Old Gravel lane from 65, Ratcliffe highway.
Newmarket Terrace, Cambridge Heath, Hackney Road, forms part of the E. side, op. Heath place, being the first row on the R. from the turnpike towards Hackney.
Newnham Place, Bishopsgite Without, at 134, about ten doors on the L. north of Sun Street
Newnham Street, Edgware Road, is parallel to part of the said road, say from 60 to 78, or the first on the L. in Queen St extending to John Street
Newport Market, Great Newport Street, by the W. end of it, near Long acre and St Martins lane.
Newport Street (Great), St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, the last on the L. near j of a mile from Charing cross and op. Long acre.
Newport Street (Little), the W. continuation of the last described, bearing to the L. it extends from Castle Street to Grafton Street
Newports Yard, Old Street, St Lukes, nearly op. 77, being the first on the L. from Bunhill row towards Goswell Street
News Newspaper Office, at 28, Brydges St about twelve doors on the R. from 342, in the Strand, along Catherine Street
Newton Court, Strand, behind 436, leading from Old Round Court to Vine Street
Newton Street, High Holborn, at 207, about | of a mile on the L. from Fleet market, it leads to Charles Street and 174, Drury lane.
St Nicholas Church, Old Fish Street, about five doors on the R. east from the Old Change, being the corner of Old Fish street hill.
St Nicholas Church Yard, Bread Street Hill, Upper Thames St about ten doors on the L. from 201, Upper Thames St leading to Old Fish street hill.
Nicholas Lane, Lombard Street, at 24, the third on the R. from the Mansion house, it extends to 60 Cannon Street
Nicols Court, Rosemary Lane, at 88, nearly op. Dock St about thirteen doors W. of White lion street.
Nicols Row, Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 30, about of a mile on the L. from 65 Shoreditch.
Nicols Square, Cripplegate, at the N. end of Castle St from Falcon square, or the S. end of Well Street from 21 Jewin Street
Nicol Street (Old), Bethnal Green, the first N. parallel to part of Church St being the first on the R. in Cock lane.
Nicol Street(New), Bethnal Green, the first N. parallel to the last described, or the second on the R, in Cock lane.
Nicol Street (Hall), Bethnal Green, the third on the R. in Cock lane, from behind 65 Shoreditch.
Night Lane, St Lukes the continuation of Brick lane, entering by 113, Old street.
Nightingale Court, Swan Alley, Upper East Smithfield, a few yards on the R. from behind 102, Upper East Smithfield, near Nightingale lane.
Nightingale Court, Swan Street or Alley, Nightingale Lane, behind the houses in Nightingale lane, which adjoin Upper East Smith field.
Nightingale Lane, Upper East Smithfield, at 110, facing the entrance to the London Docks, it leads to Hermitage bridge.
Nightingale Lane, Fore Street, Limehouse, at 60, by the W. end of Ropemakers fields.
Nile Place, Weymouth Street, Kent Road, the first on the R. a few doors from Brighton place, near the Elephant and Castle.
Nine Elms, Vauxhall or Battersea Fields, the first on the R. about 1/4 of a mile from Vauxhall turnpike towards Wandiworth, and op. the 3 mile stone.
Nixon Square, Crescent, Jewin Street, Cripplegate, on the W. side, and behind the houses which form the N. side of Jewin Street
Nixons Yard, Princes Street, Pimlico. See Princes Court.
No Name Court, Bedfordbury, at 26, about three doors on the L. from New St St Martins lane.
Noahs Ark Alley, Queen Street, Ratcliffe Close, forms part of the R. side, from Clerkenwell green and nearly adjoins the W. side of the church.
Newcastle Place, Mile End , about ten doors on the R. east of the turnpike, extending to Grove place.
Newcastle Row, CIerkenwell Close, on the E. side of Newcastle place.
Newcastle Street, Strand, at 309, by the New church, it leads to Stanhope St Clare market,
Newcastle Street, Clerkenwell Close, the fir.t on the R. in St James's St entering by St James place, E. side the church.
Newgate Market, entrance by Rose St from 20, Newgate St or by Paved alley from 30, Paternoster row.
Newgate Prison, Old Bailey, at the N, end of it, adjoining Newgate Street
Newgate Street, the W, continuation of Cheapside on the R. extending to the Old Bailey and to Snow hill.
Newington Butts, Newington, Surrey, there is no particular pile of buildings distinguished by this name, but the neighbourhood about the Elephant and Castle is so called.
Newingtnon Causeway, commences at Stones end by the Kings Bench, and extends to the Elephant and Castle.
Newington Road, the same as the last article, but generally the buildings on the R. from the Kings Bench are distinguished by this name.
Newington Place, Newington, Surrcv, forms part of the E. side the High road, op. the 2 milestone from Cornhill, extending to Kenningtm Common.
Newington Terrace, Newington, Surrey, the N. E. corner of Kenntngton common, nearly facing the Horns Tavern.
Newlys Court, Pleasant Row, Mile End New Town, the fourth on the R. from Pelham St entering by 60, Brick lane, Spitalfields.
Newmans Mews, Castle Street, Oxford Street, at 74, three doors on the L. from 81, Newman Street
Newmans Passage, Newman St at 26, about that number of doors on the R. from 39, Oxford St it leads to Upper Rathbone place.
Newmans Row, Lincolns Inn Fields, at the N.E. corner, about six houses on the L. towards Great Turnstile.
Newmans Row, Bermondsey St at 117, <fie second on the R. from the church towards Tooley Street
Newman Street, Oxford Street, at 39, near 1/5 of a mile on the R. from St Giless, it extends to Charles St Middlesex hospital.
Newmans Yard, Newman Street, Oxford Street, ten doors on the R. from 39, Oxford Street
Newmarket Street, Wapping St at 157, about | of a mile on the L. east from the church, being the continuation of Old Gravel lane from 65, RatclifFe highway.
Newmarket Terrace, Cambridge Heath, Hackney Road, forms part of the E. side, op. Heath place, being the first row on the R. from the turnpike towards Hackney.
Newnham Place, Bishopsgite Without, at 131, about ten doors on the L. north of Sun Street
Newnham Street, Edgware Road, is parallel to part of the said road, say from 60 to 78, or the first on the L. in Queen Street extending to John Street
Newport Market, Great Newport Street, by the W. end of it, near Long acre and St Martins lane.
Newport Street (Great), St Martins Lane, Charing Cross, the last on the L. near J of a mile from Charing cross and op. Long acre.
Newport Street (Little), the W. continuation of the last described, bearing to the L. it extends from Castle Street to Grafton Street
Newports Yard, Old Street, St Lukes, nearly op. 77, being the first on the L. from Bunhill row towards Goswell Street
News Newspaper Office, at 28, Brydges St about twelve doors on the R. from 342, in the Strand, along Catherine Street
Newton Court, Strand, behind 436, leading from Old Round Court to Vine Street
Newton Street, High Holborn, at 207, about 3/4 of a mile on the L. from Fleet market, it leads to Charles Street and 174 Drury lane.
St Nicholas Church, Old Fish Street, about five doors on the R. east from the Old Change, being the corner of Old Fish Street hill.
St Nicholas Church Yard, Bread Street Hill, Upper Thames St about ten doors on the L. from 201, Upper Thames Street leading to Old Fish street hill.
Nicholas Lane, Lombard Street, at 24, the third on the R. from the Mansion house, it extends to 60 Cannon Street
Nicols Court, Rosemary Lane, at 88, nearly op. Dock St about thirteen doors W. of White lion street.
Nicols Row, Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 30, about of a mile on the L. from 65 Shoreditch.
Nicols Square, Cripplegate, at the N. end of Castle St from Falcon square, or the S. end of Well Street, from 21, Jewin Street
Nicol Street(Old), Bethnal Green, the first N. parallel to part of Church St being the first on the R. in Cock lane.
Nicol Street(New), Bethnal Green, the first N. parallel to the last described, or the second on the R, in Cock lane.
Nicol Street (Half), Bethnal Green, the third on the R. in Cock lane, from behind 65 Shoreditch.
Night Lane, St Lukes the continuation of Brick lane, entering by 113, Old street.
Nightingale Court, Swan Alley, Upper East Smithfield, a few yards on the R. from behind 102, Upper East Smithfield, near Nightingale lane.
Nightingale Court, Swan Street or Alley, Nightingale Lane, behind the houses in Nightingale lane, which adjoin Upper East Smithfield.
Nightingale Lane, Upper East Smithfield, at 110, facing the entrance to the London Docks, it leads to Hermitage bridge.
Nightingale Lane, Fore Street, Limehouse, at 60, by the W. end of Ropemakers fields.
Nile Place, Weymouth Street, Kent Road, the first on the R. a few doors from Brighton place, near the Elephant and Castle.
Nine Elms, Vauxhall or Battersea Fields, the first on the R. about 1/4 of a mile from Vauxhall turnpike towards Wandsworth, and op. the 3 mile stone.
Nixon Square, Crescent, Jewin Street, Cripplegate, on the W. side, and behind the houses which form the N. side of Jewin Street
Nixons Yard, Princes Street, Pimlico. See Princes Court.
No Name Court, Bedfordbury, at 26, about three doors on the L. from New St St Martins lane.
Noahs Ark Alley, Queen Street, Ratcliffe, the second oh the R. east front London St it leads to Narrow street.
Noahs Ark Court, Stangate, Lambeth, the first on the R. a few yards from 7, Bridge road, on the W. side of Astleys Theatre.
Noble Street, Falcon Square, the N. continuation of Foster lane, entering by 118, Cheapside.
Noble Street, Goswell Street, St Lukes, at 57, the second on the R. a few doors N. from Old Street
Noble Street, Poplar, on the W. side Merchants Buildings and the East India Alms houses, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Limehouse church, along the East India dock road.
Noel Street, Berwick Street, Oxford Street, intersects it at 45, about ten doors from 373, Oxford street.
Noel Street, Bermondsey New Road, the second on the L. a few doors from the Bricklayers arms.
Norfolk Place, Curtain Road, the third on the L. from Old street road, and between William St and Batemans Row.
Norfolk Place (Little), the first on the R. in the last, a few doors from the Curtain road.
Norfolk Place. Church Street, Lambeth, at 19, about the middle of the S. side, and on the W. side of Norfolk row.
Norfolk Place, St Georges Road, St Georges Fields, forms part of the N. side, near the E!ephant and Cattle, and extends towards the Philanthropic reform.
Norfolk Place, East Lane, Walworth, about of a mile on the R. from Walworth High St or road, near Richmond place.
Norfolk Place, Sali bury Street, Bermondsey or Rotherhithe, the second on the L. a few doors from op. Fountain stairs.
Norfolk Row, Church Street, Lambeth, about the middle of the S. side, being the second E. from High Street
Norfolk Street, Park Lane, Oxford Street, the first E. parallel to part of the said lane, extending from North row to Woods mews.
Norfolk Street, Middlesex Hospital, on the E. side, being the continuation of Newman St entering by 39 Oxford Street
Norfolk Street, Strand, at 180, the third on the L. about of a mile from Temple bar towards Somerset place.
Norfolk Street or Place, Kingsland Road, is a part of the said road, commencing about of a mile from Shoreditch church, and extending towards the Drapers alms houses.
Norfolk Street, Little Guildford Street, Borough, the first on the R. a few doors from 75, Queen street.
Norfolk Waggon Office, at 32, Sun St a few doors on the L. from 149, Bishopsgate without.
Norman Buildings Wenlock Street, St Lukes, at the W. end of it, from op. 36, Ironmonger row.
Norman Court, Cable Street, Wellclose Square, at 41, nearly op. the N. E. passage to the said square.
Norman Street, St Lukes, the continuation of Helmet row, from the W. side of the church, entering by Old Street
Norris Court, Nightingale Lane, at 20, the fourth on the L. from the entrance to the London docks.
Norris Court, Snows Fields, Borough, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from 238, Bermondsey St towards Weston Street
Norris Street, Hay market, at 50, about eighteen doors on the R. from Piccadilly, it leads to St James's Market.
North Court, South Street, Berkeley Square, about eight doors on the L. east from 17, South Audley Street
North East Alley or Passage, Wellclose Square, at the N. corner, extending to 35, Cable street.
North Green, Worship Street, Holywell Mount, about twelve doors on the L. from Paul Street
North Mews, Little James Street, Gray s Inn Lane, the first on the R. a few yards from Grays inn lane.
North Mews, North Street, Tottenham Court Road, at 12, about five doors on the R. from 70, John St behind Whitfields chapel.
North Place, Grays lnn Lane, forms part of the W. side, extends from Little James St towards Great Guilford Street
North Place (Upper), Grays lnn Lane, the N. continuation of the laSt
North Place, Phillipss Buildings, Sommers Town, the first on the L. a few doors from 20, Willsted street.
North Place, Banner Street, St Lukes, eight doers on the R. from 80, Bunhill row, towards Whitecross Street
North Place, Bethnal Green, the first N. parallel to part of Green St about a of a mile on the L. from the Green, extending from Back lane towards Bonner St
Norths Place, Lambeth, near 1/2 a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge, and nearly op. the Asylum.
North Place, West Square, St Georges Fields, behind the N. E. corner of the said square.
Norths Row, Oxford Street or Grosvenor Square, the first on the R. in George St from 275, Oxford St extending to Park lane.
North Row Mews, North Row, Grosvenor Square, at 14, about three doors E. from 48, Park Street
North Row, East Street or Lane, Walworth, the first on tte L. a few doors from Walworth High St or road.
North Street, Hans Town, about six doors on the R. in Sloane street, from Knightsbridge, extending to Elizabeth street.
North Street, Wood Street, Westminster, the first street on the L. a few doors from 63, Millbank St it extends to St Johns church yard.
North Street, Marylebone or Manchester Square, is somewhat parallel to and between High St and Manchester street, extending from 12, South St to 12, Paradise street.
North Street, Tottenham Court Road, is behind Whitfields chapel, extending from 70, John St to 35, Charlotte Street
North Street, Pentonville or Battle Bridge, the fourth on the R. about 1/5 of a mile from the Chapel towards Sommers Town.
North Street (Old), Red Lion Sq. at 32, about the middle of the N. side, extending to 8, Theobalds road.
North Street (New), Red Lion Square, the continuation of the last to Boswell court.
North Street, Ropemakers Street, Moorfields, the second on the L. a few doors from the N. W. corner of Moorfields.
North Street, City Road, the fourth on the R. about 1/4 of a mile from Finsbury square and a few doors S. from Old Street
North Street, Lamb Street, Spitalfields, at 11, the fourth on the R. about 1/6 of a mile from 103, Bishopsgate without, entering by Spital square.
North Street, Whitechapel Road, at 154, about 1/2 a mile on the L. cast from the church, and a few doors W. from Mile end turnpike.
North Street, Wilmot Street, Bethnal Green, near the S. end of it, leading to Ducking pond row, and the last described.
North Street, Betlinal Green, the first on the L. in West St entering by Green St nearly op. Bonner street.
North Street, Poplar, the first on the L. in the High St or road, about 1/5 of a mile from the Commercial road, it leads to the East India dock road.
North Street, Lambeth, is about a mile on the R. from Westminster bridge, nearly op. the Asylum.
North Street, East Lane, Walworth, about the middle of the N. side, it leads from the W. end of Apollo buildings to Locks fields.
Northams Buildings, Sommers Town, the continuation of Phillips Buildings, entering by 20, Willsted Street
Northampton Buildings, Rosamond Street, Clerkenwell, at 45, the second on the R. from Corporation lane towards Spa fields.
Northampton Place, St John St Clerkenwell, at the N. end, on the R. about 1/2 a mile from West Smithfield, between Perceval St and Corporation row.
Northampton Place, Hackney Road, forms part of the R. side, adjoining James's place, about 1/4 of a mile from Shoreditch church.
Northampton Row, Rosamond Street, Clerkenwell, is parallel to part of the W. side, say from 21, to Bravnes row, Spa fields.
Northampton Square, Clerkenwell, between St John street road and Goswell street road, communica ting with the former by Ashby St and with the latter by Charles Street
Northampton Street, Clerkenwell, is somewhat parallel to part of the E. side of St John St entrance behind 199, being the corner of Compton Street
Northampton Street (Lower), King Street, Clerkenwell, the first on the L. a few yards from Compton street, entering by 199, St John street.
Northampton Terrace, City Road, about 3/4 of a mile on the L. from Finsbury sq. extending from the turnpike by the City gardens to wards Brick lane, Old Street
Northumberland Alley, Fenchurch Street, at 78, about ten doors on the L. from Aldgate.
Northumberland Coal Companys Office, at 12, New Bridge St Blackfriars, about the middle of the W. side.
Northumberland Court, Strand, by Northumberland house, a few yards on the R. from Charing cross.
Northumberland Court, Southampton Buildings, Holborn, at 40, about ten doors on the L. from 320, High Holborn.
Northumberland Court, Compton Street, Clerkenwell, at 19, about fourteen doors on the L. from 107, Goswell Street
Northumberland Court, Northumberland Alley, Fenchurch Street, about the middle of the W. side, viz. between 78, Fenchurch Street and Jewry Street. Crutched friars.
Northumberland House, Strand, facing St Martins lane, a few yards on the R. from Charing cross.
Northumberland Mews, Northumberland Street, Marylebone, is parallel to and behind part of the E. side of it, entering by Nottingham Street
Northumberland Passage, Northumberland Street, Strand, between 11 and 12, being that number of houses on the L. from the Strand.
Northumberland Street, Strand, at 4, the first on the R. a few yards from Charing cross, it extends to the Thames.
Northumberland Street, New Road, Marylebone, is by the turnpike, near 3/4 of a mile on the L. from Tottenham court road, extending to 18, Paddington Street
Northumberland Wharf, Surrey side Blackfriars Bridge, on the E. side, or below the said bridge.
Norton Falgate, the N. continuation of Bishopsgate St to Shoreditch High St it commences at Spital square on the R. and extends to Worship Street on the left.
Norton Street, Marylebone, the first parallel to Portland road, extending from 32, Upper Marylebone street to the New road.
Norway Place, Commercial Road, Limehouse, forms part of the L. side, about 1/8 of a mile from Limehouse church towards London.
Norway Street, Old Street, St Lukes, at 19, the third on the R. from Goswell St it leads to Baltic St and Golden lane.
Norway Wharf, Millbank Street, Westminster, on the S. end of Abingdon St on the L. about 1/4 of a mile above Westminster bridge.
Norwell Place, Church Street, Bethnal Green, forms part of the N. side by the turnpike, about 1/2 a mile on the L. from 65, Shoreditch.
Norwich Court, Fetter Lane, at 92, about sixteen doors oh the R. from 30, Holborn hill.
Norwich Court, Upper East Smith, at 22, nearly op. Butcher row.
Nottingham Court, Shorts Gardens, Drury Lane, the second on the L. about twenty four doors from 15, Drury lane.
Nottingham Place, New Road, Marylebone, is near 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Tottenham court road, and between High St and Northumberland Street
Nottingham Place, Mile End Old Town or Whitechapel, at 51, Charlotte St being the third on the L. from Cannon street road, towards Whitechapel.
Nottingham Place, East Lane, Walworth, entrance by the first on the R. in South.St from Apollo buildings, East lane.
Nottingham Street, High Street, Marylebone, at 61, the first on the R. about of a mile from the New road.
Nottingham Warehouse & Waggon Office, at 90, London wall, two or three doors on the L. from Wood Street
Nuns Court, Coleman Street, at 74, about six doors on the L. from London wall.
Nursery Place, St Georges Road, St Georges Fields, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle, op. the Philanthropic Reform.
Nursery Place, Kent Road, forms part of the R. side, about 1/3 of a mile from the Bricklayers arms and adjoins East lane.
Nursery Row, Locks Fields, Walworth, on the N. side of Townlys Nursery, being the first S. parallel to Bedford Street
Nursery Row, St Georges Road, St Georges Fields, forms part of the S. side, extending from Nursery Place towards the Indigent blind school.
Nutkins Corner, Bermondsey or Rotherhithe Wall, the first on the R. below Mill St St Saviours dock, it leads to Georges row and the Neckinger turnpike.

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