London history over 2000 years
A Concise Local description of and Accurate Direction to every Square,
Street, Lane, Court, Dock, Wharf, Inn, Public Office, &c. in the Metropolis and
TAKEN FROM ACTUAL SURVEY BY JOHN LOCKIE, 1810.
Oakley row, Thomas Street, Bethnal Green, about six doors on the L. from 119,
Oakley Street, Bridge Road, Lambeth, the third on the L. about 3/8 of a mile from Westminster bridge, towards the Asylum.
Oat Lane, Noble Street, Foster Lane, at 11, the fourth Coach turning on the R. from 147, Cheapside, it leads to 94, Wood street.
Oatmeal Yard, Dog and Bear Yard, Tooley Street, the last on the R. from 128, E. end of Tooley Street.
Obelisk, Fleet Market, at the S. end of it, between Ludgate hill and Fleet Street
Obelisk, Blackfriars Road, St Georges Fields, at the S. end of it, about 2/3 of a mile from the bridge.
Obelisk, Locks Fields, Walworth, at the W. end of Salisbury place and near Neptune place.
Observer Newspaper Office, at 169, Strand, nearly op. the New church, about of a mile on the L. from Temple bar.
Ocean Row, Stepney, forms that part of Cow lane which is nearly op. the Walnut tree public house.
Ocean Street, Cow Lane, Stepney, the first on the L. a few doors from Stepney Old square, it leads to Trafalgar square.
Octagon Place, Kennington Common, on the W. side, forming the corner of the road which leads to the Green op. the Horns Tavern.
Off Alley, Villiers Street, Strand, four doors on the L. from 32, in the Strand, it extends to George court.
Offertory or Offerty School, Little Vine Street, Piccadilly, two or three doors on the L. from 5 Swallow Street
Ogle Court, Queen Ann Street East. See Upper Ogle Street
Ogle Mews, Upper Ogle Street, Marylebone, four doors on the L. from 14, Queen Ann Street East
Ogle Square, Upper Ogle Street, Marylebone, a few small houses behind 10, three doors on the L. from 9 Upper Marylebone Street
Ogle Street, Queen Ann Street East, Marylebone, at 19, six doors E. from 28, Great Titchfield Street
Ogle Street (Upper), Queen Ann Street East, at 14, about six doors E. from the last described.
St Olaves Church, Tooley Street, a few doors on the L. from London bridge.
St Olaves Stairs, Tooley Street, about six doors on the L. from London bridge.
Old Bailey, Ludgate Hill, at 28, the first street on the L. about twenty doors from Fleet market, it extends to Newgate Street
Old Bethlem. See Bethlem.
Old Buildings or Square, Lincolns Inn. See Lincolns Inn.
Old Change, Cheapside, about six doors on the R. from St Pauls church yard, extending to Old Fish Street
Old Jewry. See Jewry.
Old Pay Office, Old Broad Street, behind 54, in the said street, nearly op. the Excise Office.
Old Street, St Lukes, the second on the L. about of a mile from the N. W. corner of Finsbury sq. it extends to Goswell St where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 160.
Old Street Road, the E. continuation of Old Street extending from the City road to op. Shoreditch church, near 1/4 a mile in length.
Old Street Square, St Lukes, at the N. end of Henry Street entering by 89 Old Street a few doors W. from St Lukes hospital.
Old Swan Lane and Stairs. See Swan.
Oliver Court, Bowling Street, Westminster, at 23, about five doors on the L. from the W. end of Wood Street towards Deans yard.
One Swan Yard, Bishopsgate Without, behind 180, a few doors on the L. north from the church.
One Tun Court, Strand, at 24, being that number of houses on the R. from Charing cross.
Onslow Street, Clerkenwell, the first street on the L. in Vine Street from Mutton lane, entering by the N. W. corner of Clerkenwell green.
Opera House, Haymarket, on the W. side near Pall mall, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from Charing cross.
Orange Court, Swallow Street or King Street, Carnaby Market. See Orange Street.
Orange Court, Castle Street, Leicester Square, the first N. from the Kings mews, leading into Orange Street
Orange Court, Drury Lane, at 130, about the middle of the E. side, five doors N. from Princes street.
Orange Court, Rose Street, Soho, at 10, three or four doors on the R. from Crown Street
Orange Court, Old Nicol Street, Bethnal Green, the first on the L. a few doors E. from Cross Street
Orange Court, Wapping Street, at 23, being that number of houses on the L. below Hermitage bridge.
Orange Court or Row, Fieldgate Street, Mile End Old Town or Whitechapel, the first on the L. a few doors from 266, Whitechapel road.
Orange Row, Kennington Road, Newington, forms part of the W. side, by the Plough and Harrow the corner of Kennington lane, and extending towards the Common.
Orange Street, Swallow Street, at 55, 1/4 of a mile on the R. from 44, Piccadilly, it leads to 88, King Street
Orange Street, Leicester Square, is parallel to part of the S. side of it, extending from St Martins street to Castle Street
Orange Street, Red Lion Square, at the N. W. corner, extending to 20, King St near Bloomsbury square.
Orange Street, Lomans Pond, Borough, the first on the L. in Gravel lane, a few doors from Charlotte St Blackfriars road towards the Kings Bench.
Orchard, New Street or Market Street, Shadwell, the first on the L. a few doors from the S. E. corner of Shadwell market towards the Thames.
Orchard, Broad Street, Ratcliffe, on the N . side, or between it and Brook Street, entrance by 85 Broad street.
Orchard Street, Portman Square, the S. E. corner, extending to 197, Oxford Street being the fourth on the L. in the said street from Tyburn turnpike.
Orchard Street, Westminster, the first on the R. in Dean Street from Tothill Street W. end .of the Abbey, it extends to Great Chapel Street
Orchard Street, St Lukes, the N. continuation of Ironmonger Row through a narrow passage, entering by 97 Old Street it extends to Ratcliffe row.
Ordnance Office, Pall Mall, at 91, op. George Street. late Cumberland house.
Ordnance Office, Tower, is op. the bridge or first turning or entrance on the R. from Iron gate, St Catherines.
Orford Row, Kent Road, forms part of the R. side, about 1/5 of a mile E. from or below the Bricklayers arms.
Orions Buildings, Castle Street, Borough. See Ortons Buildings.
Ormond House Academy, Paradise Row, Chelsea, the third house on the R. from the hospital towards Battersea bridge.
Ormond Mews, Great Ormond Street, Queen Square, entrance at 12, in the said street, and at 28, Devonshire Street three doors from the S. E. corner of Queen square.
Ormond Place, Great Ormond Street, Queen Square, entrance at 24, also at 54, Lambs conduit Street
Ormond Row, Chelsea, on the W. side the hospital, extending from Paradise row to Durham place.
Ormond street (Great), Lambs Conduit Street, at 50, the fifth coach turning on the L. from 71 High Holborn, along Red lion Street it extends to Queen square.
Ormond Street (Little), Queen Square, is op. the last described, leading to Southampton row.
Ormond Street (New), Lambs Conduit Street, at 31, the fifth Coach turning on the R. from 71, High Holborn, along Red lion Street it extends to Millman Street
Ormond Yard. See Ormond Mews and Ormond Place.
Ormond Yard, York Street, St James's Square, about four doors on the L. from the N. side, and near the same distance from the S. .ide of St James's church.
Orphans School, City Road, nearly op. Andersons Buildings, about 7/8 of a mile on the L. from Finsbury square.
Ortons Buildings, Castle Street, Borough, the laston the L. from 13, Redcross Street
Osband Buildings , Bermondsey New Road, forms part of the E. side, a few doors on the R. from the Bricklayers arms.
Osborn Place, Whitechapel, the second coach turning on the R. about of a mile from op. Whitechapel church, along Osborn St it leads to Chicksand St Mile End New Town.
Osborn Street, Whitechapel High Street, at 74, nearly op. the church, it is continued by Brick lane.
Osnaburgh Row, Kings Road, Pimlico, the first on the R. from Upper Eaton Street or from Grosvenor place towards Chelsea.
Ossulstone Street, Sommers Town, the continuation of Willsted Street extending to Phoenix Street near the Polygon or Clarendon square.
Oval, Kennington, at the S. end of Bowling green row, entering op. the Horns Tavern, Kennington common.
Owens Alms Houses, Islington Road, on the E. side, a few doors on the L. from the City road towards Sadlers Wells.
Owens Court, Owens Place, Goswell Street Road, on the N. side the Quakers school, being the first on the L. from Rawstone street.
Owens PIace, Goswell Street Road, forms part of the W. side, adjoining Owens Row, it extends to Gwyns Buildings, City road.
Owens Row,Goswell Street Road, the first on the R. from the City road or from Islington, extending to St Johns street road, nearly op. Sadlers Wells.
Oxendon Chapel, Oxendon Street, Haymarket, four doors on the R. from Coventry Street
Oxendon Street, James Street, Haymarket, about six doors on the L. from 18, in the Haymarket, it extends to 27 Coventry Street
Oxford Arms inn, Warwick Lane, is the third on the R. from 10, Newgate street. or the second on the L. from 29 Ludgate Street along Ave Maria lane.
Oxford Arms Passage, Warwick Lane, between the Inn yard and Warwick lane.
Oxford Buildings, Oxford Street, at 299, between New Bond Street and South Molton Street, leading into Woodstock Street
Oxford Chapel, Vere Street, eight doors on the R. from 151, Oxford St being the corner of Henrietta Street
Oxford Court, Oxford Street, at 319, four doors W. from Swallow street.
Oxford Court, Cannon Street, is the first on the L. in Salters hall passage, from 82 Cannon Street
Oxford House Academy, Hackney Road. near the Nags head, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Shoreditch church.
Oxford Market, Oxford Street, at 87, being that number of houses on the R. about | of a mile from St Giles.
Oxford Place, Westminster Bridge Road, forms part of the R. side, a few doors from the Obelisk, it extends from Duke Street to the Freemasons school.
Oxford Rhedarium, Oxford Street, at 29, about 1/7 of a mile on the R. from St Giles, six doors W. from Rathbone place.
Oxford Street, commences at St Giles, and the S. end of Tottenham court road, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 440, extends W, to Tyburn. turnpike, where there is 215, about 1 1/3 mile in length.
Oxley Court, Parkers Row, Bermondsey, a few doors an the L. from Hickmans Folly, towards the Neckinger turnpike, it extends to John Street
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