London history over 2000 years

London history over 2000 years

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

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

Racquet or Racket Court, Fleet Street, at 114, about ten doors on the R. from Fleet market.
Radcliffe Place, &c. See Ratcliffe.
Ragged StafF Court, Drury Lane, about ten doors on the R. from the W. end of Holborn.
Rahns Place, Church Lane, Whitechapel or St Georges in the East, the second on the R. from 65, Cable Street
Raines Hospital, St Georges in the East, facing the E. end of Charles St from 46, Old Gravel lane.
Ralphs Quay, Lower Thames Street behind 23, about of a mile below London bridge.
Ram Alley, Spicer Street, Spitalfields, the third on the L. from 83, Brick lane and nearly opposite Spital Street 
Ram Alley, Rotherhithe Street, at 217, near Globe stairs, about 5/8 of a mile on the R. below the church.
Ram Court, Fleet Street, at 47, nearly op. Fetter lane.
Ram Inn, West Smithfield. at 79, about four doors W. from the entrance to St John Street
Ramsdens Yard, Beckford Row, Walworth, at 20, near 2/3 of a mile on the L. from the Elephant and Castle.
Randalls Causeway, Rotherhithe, at the entrance to the Surrey canal.
Randalls Rents, Rotherhithe, on the N. side of Greenland dock, extending from Russell St to the Thames.
Randalls Wharf, Upper Thames Street, on the E. side of Broken wharf, entrance by Gardeners lane and 42, Upper Thames Street 
Randal and Brents Upper Ship yard, Lower Queen Street, Rotherhithe, the first on the L. below Cuckolds Point ; the Lower Yard is on the L. in Russell St towards Greenland dock.
Ranelagh Green, Chelsea, at the W. end of Ranelagh walk and the S. end of Wilderness row.
Ranelagh Street, Pimlico, the first on the L. in Arabella row, near 1/4 of a mile from Buckingham gate, extending to Eaton Street 
Ranelagh Street (Upper), the continuation of the last described, extending towards Five Fields and Chelsea.
Ranelagh Street (New), Five Fields, Pimlico or Chelsea, a few houses by the Crown and Anchor, the corner of Ecclestone St it is also called Ebury place.
Ranelagh Walk, Pimlico or Chelsea, the first on the L. west from the bridge at the Neat Houses, about 3/4 of a mile from Buckingham gate.
Ratcliffe, a large district or hamlet of the parish of Stepney, commencing with Cock hill at the E. end of Shadwell High St and extending to Limehouse.
Ratcliffe or RadclifFe Court, Johns Row, St Lukes, the first on the L. from the N. end of Brick lane, entering by 113 Old Street 
Ratcliffe Court, Ratcliffe Highway, at 115, about thirty doors on the L. east from Cannon Street 
Ratcliffe Cross, Broad Street, RatclifFe, the last on the R. from Shadwell High St and op. Butcher row, extending to Narrow Street
Ratcliffe Cross Stairs, at the W. end of Narrow St about 2 1/8 miles below London bridge, and op. Globe stairs, Rotherhithe.
Ratcliffe Dock; on the W. side Ratcliffe cross stairs and on the E. side Mr. Whitings Wharf.
Ratcliffe Gardens, Ratcliffe Row, St Lukes, the third on the L. from Bath Street 
Ratcliffe Highway, the E. continuation of Parsons Street and Upper East Smithfield, commencing near the S. E. corner of Wellclose sq. where the numbers begin and end, viz. land 198, it extends to Shadwell High Street about 1/3 of a mile in length.
Ratcliffe Layer, Brick Lane, St Lukes, the last on the L. about 1/5 of a mile from 113, Old St leading to Goswell Street
Ratcliffe Place, Ratclhfe Row, St Lukes a few yards on the L. from Bath Street 
Ratcliffe Row, St Lukes, about 1/6 of a mile on the L. from the N. W. corner of St Lukes Hospital towards the City road, leading to Brick lane.
Ratcliffe Square, Commercial Road, Ratcliffe, between White horse St and Stepney causeway, about 1 1/4 mile from Whitechapel church.
Ratcliffe Street, Johns Row, St Lukes, a few yards on the L. east from Brick lane, entering by 113 Old Street 
Ratcliffe Workhouse, at the N. end of White horse St about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Butcher row.
Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, at 23, being that number of houses on the R. from St Giles, it extends to Percy street, Tottenham court road.
Rathbone Plaee (Upper), the continuation of the last described, bearing to the L. it extends to Bennet Street 
Raven Court, Fetter Lane, at 101, nearly op. Dean Street  leading to Cursitor Street  and Chancery lane.
Raven Row, Spitalfields, at the S. end of Crispin Street  extending to Artillery lane.
Raven Row, Whitechapel Road, the second on the R. east of the London hospital, extending to Mile end green.
Raven and Sun Yard, Russell Street, Bermondsey, about the middle of the S. side, nearly op. Church St St Johns.
Ravenshears Rents, Vine Street, Leather Lane, Holborn, the first on the L. from Bedford st entering nearly opposite Meuxs Brewery.
Rawstone or Rawstorne Street, Islington Road, is nearly opposite Sadlers Wells, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from St John St it extends to Goswell street road.
Ray Street, Clerkenwell, at the N. W. corner of Clerkenwell green, bearing to the L. extending to Little Warner Street 
Rayner Place, Chelsea, between the Kings Road and the Hospital on the E. side of Great Smith street.
Rebecca Coutt, Wells Street, Oxford Street, at 42, the last on the R. from 63 Oxford Street 
Recorder Newspaper Office, at 45, Old Bailey, op. Newgate prison.
Red Bull Wharf, Upper Thames Street, at 63, op. Ducks foot lane.
Red Cow Alley, Kent Street, Borough, at 105, about 1/3 of a mile on the L. from behind St Georges church.
Red Cow Lane, Mile End Road, the first coach turning on the L. 1/5 of a mile E. of the turnpike, leading to Dog row.
Red Cross Coal Wharf, on the W. side of London bridge, City side, near Old Swan.
Red Cross Alley or Court, Red Cross Street, Borough. about ten doors on the L. from Union St towards the Mint.
Red Cross Court, Cow Lane, West Smithfield, at 20, the second on the L. from 93, West Smithfield.
Red Cross Court, Barbican, at 32, behind the Red cross public house.
Red Cross Square, Cripplegate, the second on the R.in Jewin St from 46, Aldersgate St it leads to Nicols square and Castle Street 
Red Cross Square, Tower Street, at 60, nearly op. Beer lane, about nine doors E. from Mark lane.
Red Cross Street, Cripplegate, at the W. end of Fore street. by the church, extending to Barbican and Golden lane.
Red Cross Street, Butcher Row, Upper East Smithfield, the second on the L. from 80, Upper East Smithfield, extending to 7 Nightingale lane.
Red Cross Street, Borough, the first on both the R. and the L. in Union St from 218, High St it extends from Park St by the Borough market to the Mint.
Red Gate Alley, Minories, at 71, nearly op. the Crescent, being a few doors on the R. from Tower hill.
Red Gate Court, Minories, at 79, a few doors on the R. from Tower hill, leading into Worley court and Rosemary lane.
Red Lion Alley, Cow Cross, West Smithfield, at the W. end of Greenhills Rents,entering by 93, St John Street
Red Lion Coach Office, Strand, at 339, the fourth house E. of Catherine Street 
Red Lion Court, White Hart Yard, Drury Lane, the first on the R. from 82, Drury lane, towards Brydges St Covent garden.
Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, at 169, about ten doers E. from Fetter lane, | of a mile on the L. from Temple bar.
Red Lion Court, Great Saffron Hill, at 11, the second on the R. 1/8 of a mile from Holborn hiil along Field lane, it leads to Caroline court.
Red Lion Court, Silver Street, Wood Street, Cheapside, six doors on the R. from 81, Wood St towards Falcon square.
Red Lion Court, Watling Street, at 19, a few yards E. of Bread St extending to 20, Basing lane.
Red Lion Court, St John Street, Clerkenwell, at 160, near Wilderness row, about 1/4 of a mile on the R. from West Smithfield.
Red Lion Court, Charterhouse Lane, the first on the L. from the square towards St John Street
Red Lion Court (Little), entrance by the last described.
Red Lion Court, London Wall, at 38, the first on the R. east from Coleman St and op. Bethlem hospital.
Red Lion Court, Holywell Lane, at 58, the first on the L. about twelve doors from 194, Shoreditch High Street 
Red Lion Court, Hoxton Town, nearly op. the Britannia, about 5 mile on the R. from Old street road.
Red Lion Court, Kingsland Road, the second on the L. a few doors from Shoreditch church, leading to Sanderss Gardens and Hoxton.
Red Lion Court, Red Lion Street, Spitalfields, at 19, it extends to 23, Wood.St about four doors N. from the church.
Red Lion Court, George Street, Bethnal Green or Spitalfields, nearly op. Fleet St about ten doors on the L. north from Spicer Street 
Red Lion Court, St Catherines Lane, the third on the R. from 50, Upper East Smithfield.
Red Lion Court, Pennington Street, Ratcliffe Highway, at 81, three doors on the L. from Breezers hill.
Red Lion Court, Red Lion Street, Wapping, the first on the L. from 120, Wapping St leading to Upper Well alley.
Red Lion Court, Bermondsey St at 41, about a of a mile on the L. from Tooley Street 
Red Lion Inn, Whitechapel High Street. at 30, the corner of Red lion Street 
Red Lion Inn, Aldersgate Street, at 110, about six doors on the L. north of Barbican.
Red Lion Market, Whitecross Street, St Lukes, at 213, the second on the L. a few doors N. from Chiswell Street
Red Lion Passage, St Pancras Place, St Pancras, at 26, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from the Small pox hospital.
Red Lion Passage, Red Lion Square, at the S. E. corner, leading to G2, Red lion Street 
Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, the continuation of Red lion court, entering by 169, Fleet St and leading to Gough square.
Red Lion Passage, Whitecross Street, St Lukes, entrance at 213, it leads from Red lion market to Kings Head court and Beech Street 
Red Lion Passage, Red Lion Court, Hoxton, entrance nearly op. the Britannia, leading to Leg of Mutton gardens and Kingsland road.
Red Lion Passage, Red Cross St, Borough, at 37, a few doors on the R. from Union St towards the Mint.
Red Lion Place, Cock Lane, West Smithfield, the first on the L. a few doors from Giltspur St towards Snow hill.
Red Lion Row, Walworth or Camberwell Road, by the Red Lion, a few yards on the L. from the entrance to the Montpelier towards Camberwell.
Red Lion Square, Holborn, at the N. end of Dean Street and Leigh  from 92, High Holborn.
Red Lion Street, Holborn, at 71, about 1/2 a mile on the R. from Fleet market, leading to Lambs conduit Street 
Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell, about the middle of the S. side of Clerkenwell green, it extends to George court, St Johns lane.
Red Lion Street, Cloth Fair, West Smithfield, the second on the R. from 60, West Smithfield, and two doors W. from King Street 
Red Lion Street, Spitalfields, on the W. side of the church, being the fifth on both the R. and the L. from 69, Bishopsgate, along Union St and Paternoster row.
Red Lion Street, Whitechapel, at 30, the fourth coach turning on the R. from Aldgate pump, leading into Lemon Street 
Red Lion Street, Wapping, at 120, the fourth on the L. near 1/8 of a mile below the church, leading into Anchor and Hope alley.
Red Lion Street, High Street, Borough, at 263, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from London bridge, it extends to Counter Street 
Red Lion Wharf, Upper Thames Street, about 1/4 of a mile above London bridge, entrance by Brick hill lane, nearly op. College hill.
Red Lion Yard, Old Cavendish Street, the first on the R. a few doors from 140 Oxford Street 
Red Lion Yard, High Holborn, at 255, nearly op. Dean St Red lion square.
Red Lion Yard, Upper King Street, Bloomsbury, about seven doors on the left N. from Hart Street 
Red Lion Yard, Great Warner Street, Cold Bath Fields, at 12, a few yards on the R. from Baynes Row, nearthe House of Correction.
Red Lion Yard, Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell, at 70, three doors on the L. from Clerkenwell green.
Red Lion Yard, Long Lane, West Smithfield, about ten doors on, the R. from 115, Aldersgate St communicating also with the said street at 110.
Red Rose Alley, Whitecross Street, Cripplegate, at 53, the second on the L. a few doors from Chiswell St towards Fore Street 
Redmans Row, Mile End, the continuation of Grove place, entering by the turnpike, Mile end road.
Reeves Arch, Princes Street, Lambeth, is nearly op. Randell and Suters manufactory, leading into Fore Street 
Reeve s Court, Angel Square, Bishopsgate Without, at the W. end of Slades. buildings, entering by 137, Bishopsgate Street 
Reeves Court, Whites Yard, Rosemary Lane, the second on the L. from 58, Rosemary lane.
Reeves Mews, South Audley Street, at 17, about seven doors on the R. from the S. W. corner of Grosvenor square.
Refuge for the Destitute, Narrow Wall, Lambeth, is a few yards on the left W. from the Patent Shot manufactory.
Reliance Square, New Inn Yard, Shoreditch, at 52, the second on the R. a few doors from 175 Shoreditch.
Renneys Court, Webb Street, Borough, a few doors on the R. from 240, Bermondsey Street  near the Maze.
Renneys Rents, Maze, Borough, at 27, the sixth on the L. from 196, Tooley Street
Renons Court, Whitecross Place, Wilson Street, Moorfields, the first on the L. a few yards from Wilson street.
Reputation Row, Kingsland Road, forms part of the L. side, about 1/3 of a mile from Shoreditch church, and nearly op. the Alms houses.
Revels Row, Blackman Street, Borough, behind 64, by the Kings Bench.
Retreat, Vauxhall Place, South Lambeth, the first on the L. from Vauxhall turnpike.
Reynolds Court, Ropemakers Street, Moorfields, is nearly op. Type St being a few doors from the N. W. corner of Moorfields.
Rhodes Well, Stepney, about 1/3 of a mile E. from Stepney church, and near the same distance from Limehouse church.
Rich Street, Commercial Road, Limehouse, the fourth on the R. about 1/8 of a mile from the church, towards the West India docks.
Richards Buildings or Court, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, at 72, the third on the R. from St Andrews church, Holborn hill, towards Fleet street.
Richards Buildings, Cherry Tree Court, Golden Lane, a few doors on the R. from the W. side the said lane entering near Old Street 
Richards Court, Bainbridge Street, St Giles, the fourth on the R. from the E. end of Ox ford St
Richard Street, Commercial Road, St Georges in the East, the first on the R. from Cannon St road, towards Limehouse, extending to Lower Chapman St
Richardson Street, Long Lane, Bermondsey, about the middle of the N. side, near 1/3 of a mile on the L. from St Georges church.
Richbell Court, Lambs Conduit Street, at 10, being that number of houses on the R. from Red Lion street.
Riches Court, Lime Street, at 50, about five doors on the L. from 21, Leadenhall St
Richmond Buildings, Dean Street, Soho, at 58, the fifth on the R. about 1/8 of a mile from 400, Oxford street.
Richmond Place, East Lane, Walworth. forms part of the said lane by the chapel, about of a mile from Walworth High street or road.
Richmond Place (Little), extends from the last described op. the chapel to Belgrade place.
Richmond Street, Princes Street, Soho, the second on the left N. from Coventry St and op. King St extending to 24, Rupert St
Richmond Street, Ironmonger Row, St Lukes, at 20, on the E. side the church, the first on the R. from Old St
Rickets Court, Morgans Lane, Tooley Street, entrance the first on the L. in the said lane from 79, Tooley St
Rider Court. See Ryder.
Riding House Lane, Great Tichfield Street, Marylebone, at 96, the fifth on the L. from Oxford market, extending to Edward St
Risbys Rope Walk, Limehouse, the first N. parallel to part of Narrow street, entering by Tites alley, a few doors on the L. below Mr. Turners wharf.
River Terrace, City Road, on the E. side the New river, op. Duncan terrace, extending towards Colebrook row, Islington.
Roberts Buildings, Pimlico, between Belgrave terrace and Avery farm row,
Roberts Court, Charles St Hampstead Road, at 14, about six doors from Brook St near Fitzroy square.
Roberts Place, Commercial Road, Mile End Old Town, the third on the R. a few doors from Cannon street road, towards Whitechapel.
Roberts Place, Wades Place, Poplar, the second on the R. from op. the Green man public house, near 1/3 of a mile from the Commercial road.
Robert Street, Hampstead Road, is nearly op. the chapel, about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from the New road, or from Tottenham court road.
Robert Street, John St Adelphi, the first on the L. from Adam St entering by 73, in the Strand.
Robert Street, Little James Street, Bedford Row, the first on the L. a few yards from 17, Great James St leading to Doughty Mews and 12, Great Guilford street.
Robert Street, Christ Church, or Blackfriars Road, the first E, parallel to part of the said road, extending from Edward street to George street.
Robinhood Court, Church Lane, St Giles, about four doors on the L. from Diot street, near Phoenix street.
Robinhood Court, Newcastle Court, Strand, the first on the L. a few yards from Picket St or the Strand, near Temple bar.
Robinhood Court, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, at 67, the second on the R. a few doors from St Andrews church, Holborn hill.
Robinhood Court, Bow Lane, Cheapside, at 19, about that number of doors on the R. from Cheapside.
Robinhood Court, Milk Street, Cheapside, two doors on the R. from Honey lane market, entering by 116 Cheapside.
Robinhood Court, Bell Alley, Golden Lane, the third on the R. from Golden lane, towards Goswell street.
Robinhood Court, Mill Lane, Tooley Street, the second on the R. a few doors from 55, Tooley Street 
Robinhood Lane, Poplar, at the E. end of Poplar High Street or road, on the L. extending to the East India dock gate.
Robinhood Yard, Leather Lane, Holborn, at 8, the first on the R. from 128, Hclborn hill.
Robinsons Lane, Paradise Row, Chelsea, near Cheyne walk, about | of a mile on the R. from the Hospital, extending to the Kings Road.
Robinsons Place, Farmer Street, Shadwell, at 64, being the last on the L. from 39, High St
Robinsons Place, Shake pears Walk, Shadwell, the last on the R. from 49, High St at the E. end of the last described.
Rochester Row, Tothill Fields, Westminster, by the Grey coat school, near the W. end of Great Peter St extending towards the Willow walk.
Rochester Street, Borongh Market, the continuation of York St entering by 276, High St near London bridge.
Rock Life Insurance Office, at 14, New bridge Street, Blackfriars, a few doors on the R. from Fleet St
Rockingham Court, Poplar Row, Kent Road, the first on the L. a few doors from Rockingham row near the Elephant and Castle.
Rockingham Place, Kent Road, forms part of the N. side, a few yards on the L. from the Elephant and Castle.
Rockingham Row (West), Kent Road, the E. continuation of the last described.
Rockingham Row (Middle), the continuation of the last described.
Rockingham Row East, the continuation of the last described.
Rodneys Buildings, Kent Road, forms part of the R. side, near 1/3 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle. adjoining Dover place.
Rodneys Court, Chapel Street, Holy well Mount, at 10, the first on the L. from the Curtain road towards Finsbury square.
Rodneys Row, Kent Road, the fifth on the R. near 1/5 of a mile from the Elephant and Castle, it is continued by Garmouth row to Locks fields.
Rodney Street, Pcntonville, is on the E. side the chapel, about 1/5 of a mile on the R. from Islington towards Sommers Town.
Rodney Street, Mint, Borough, is parallel to and between Lant Street and Great Suffolk Street intersecting William St and John.St
Roebuck Court, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, is near the middle of the W. side, op. Turks head court.
Rogers Court, Lower East Smithfield, three doors W. of Hermitage bridge.
Rogers Rents, Webb Street, Borough, a few doors on the R. from 248, Bermondsey St towards the Maze.
Rogues Lane, Rotherhithe, leads from Jamaica Level near the Blue anchor, to the St Helena and Deptford Lower road.
Rolls Buildings, Fetter Lane, at 117, the second on the L. from 180, Fleet St leading to Symonds Inn and 32, Chancery lane.
Rolls Yard, Chancery Lane, at 15, being that number of houses on the R. from Fleet St
Romney Row, Vine Street, Westminster, the continuation of it, entering by 43 Millbank St and extending from Tufton St to Marsham St
Rood Lane, Fenchurch Street, at 24, the second on the R. from Gracechurch street, extending to Little Tower St
Roopes Tenements, Rotherhithe Street, at 391, leading to Pasfields Rents and Mill pond bridge.
Ropers Buildings, White Street, Houndsditch, the first on the L. from Cutler St entering by 114, Houndsditch.
Ropers Place, Borough Road, forms part of the L. side, about of a mile from the Kings Bench towards the Obelisk.
Ropemakers Alley, Row, or Walk, Moorfields, the S. side of Ropemakers Street 
Ropemakers Fields, Limehouse, the E. continuation of Narrow Street  bearing to the L. extending to Three Colt St
Ropemakers Street, Moorfields, at the N. W. corner, leading to Type St and 24,Chiswell St
Rosamond Street, Clerkenwell, the first on the R. in Corporation row from the N. end of St John St extending to Spa fields.
Rose Alley, High Holborn, at 88, a few doors on the R. west from Red lion Street  leading into Eagle St
Rose Alley, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, is nearly op. Castle Street and leads to 8, Red lion St
Rose Alley, Golden Lane, St Lukes, at 60, about the middle of the E. side, nearly op. Turks head court.
Rose Alley, Bishopsgate Without, at 34, about four doors on the R. north from New St
Rose Alley, Flower and Dean Street, Spitalfields, the first on the R. about seven doors from 200, Brick lane, leading to Fashion St
Rose Alley, Upper East Smith field, at 16, four or five doors on the L. east from Butcher row.
Rose Alley, Bankside, Southwark, the fourth on the L. from Clink St or from Bank end, leading into Maid lane.
Rose Court, Long Acre, about twelve doors on the R. from St Martins lane, leading into Rose street.
Rose Court or Buildings, Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane, at 25, nearly op. Castle St from 14, Holborn hill.
Rose Court, Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell, the first on the L. about ten doors from Clerkenwell green.
Rose Court, Fore Street, Cripplegate, at 100, three doors W. of Grub St
Rose Court, Bow Lane, Cheapside, at 51, the first on the L. from 59, Cheapside.
Rose Court, New Street, Bishopsgate Without, the first on the L. a few yards from 30, BLhopsgate street.
Rose Court, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields, at 62, nearly op. Quaker street, from 173, Brick lane.
Rose Court, Great Tower Street, at 42, about eight doors on the L. from Tower hill.
Rose Court, Blue Anchor Yard , Rosemary Lane, the sixth on the L. from behind 48, in the said lane.
Rose Court, Hickmans Folly, Bermondsey, the first on the R. a few yards from Dock head, towards Rotherhithe.
Roses Gateway, Russell Street, Bermondsey, at 8, by the Ship and Ball public house, the third on the R. from Church St towards Dock head.
Rose Lane, Wentworth Street, Spitalfields, the second coach turning on the R. from Osborn St Whitechapel, extending to Fashion street.
Rose Lane, Whitehorse Street, Ratcliffe, at 91, by the Commercial road, the first on the R. from Butcher row, Ratcliffe cross.
Rose Street, Greek Street, Soho, about six doors on the L. from the S. E. corner of Soho square, extending to Crown St
Rose Street, Newport Market, that part of the N. side of it, which communicates with Litchfield street.
Rose Street, King Street, Covent Garden, at 23, adjoining New St and leading to Long acre.
Rose Street, Newgate Street, at 20, the second on the L. from Cheapside, extending to Newgate market.
Rose Street, Brick Lane, St Lukes, at 50, the second on the R. from 113, Old St leading to Normans Buildings.
Rose Street, Church Street, Bethnal Green, at 44, the fifth on the L. from 65 Shoreditch.
Rose Yard, Shoreditch High Street, at 223 leading into Plough yard, Cumberland St and the Curtain road.
Rose and Crown Alley, Whitefriars, is nearly op. Bouverie Street entering by 62, Fleet St and leading towards the Thames.
Rose and Crown Alley, Rose and Crown Court, Moorfields, the first on the R. from the N. E. corner of Moorfields.
Rose and Crown Court, Moorfields, at the N. E. corner by Broker row.
Rose and Crown Court, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street, at 26, four doors N. of Stone cutter street.
Rose and Crown Court, Foster Lane, Cheapside, about seven doors on the R. from 147, Cheapside.
Rose and Crown Court, Essex Street, Whitechapel, the first on the L. a few doors from 115, Whitechapel High St
Rose and Crown Court, St Catherines Lane, the fourth on the L. from 49, Upper East Smithfield, leading to Back court.
Rose and Crown Yard, St John Street, Clerkenwell, at 126, about 1/8 of a mile on the R. from Smithfield.
Rose and Rainbow Court, Aldersgate Street, about eight doors on the R. from Falcon St towards Barbican.
Rosemary Lane, Tower Hill, near the N. E. corner, commencing near 81, in the Minories, and extending to Cable St Wellclose square.
Rotherhithe Charity School, on the S. side Rotherhithe church.
Rotherhithe Stairs, Rotherhithe St at 74, about 1/4 of a mile W. of the church and l 1/3 mile below London bridge, oppoate Wapping New stairs.
Rotherhirhe Street, Rotherhithe, is parallel to the Thames, extending from West lane, where the numbers begin and end, viz. I and 397, to Lower Queen St about 1 1/2 mile in length.
Rotherhithe Wall, Bermondsey, is parallel to the Thames, extending from Mill stairs on the E. side of St Saviours dock to West lane, about 1/3 of a mile in length.
Rotherhithe Workhouse, Deptford Lower Road, about of a mile on the R. from Paradise row.
Rotton Row, Gowell Street, at 30, a few doors S. of Old St to which it leads.
Round Court (New), Strand, at 417, op. Buckingham St about 1/4 of a mile on the L. from Charing cross.
Round Court (Old), Strand, a 433, E. side of the last, leading to 13, Chandos St
Round Court, Sharps Alley, Cow Cross, the first on the L. from Cow cross or from Turnmill St, Clerkenwell.
Round Court, Onslow Street, Clerkenwell, a few doors on the L. from Mutton lane.
Round Court, St Martins le Grand, the first on the R. entering by 66, Newgate St leading to Mould makers row.
Round Court, Butlers Alley, Moor Lane, a few yards from the said lane, entering by the fifth on the R. from 85 Fore Street 
Round Court, Shacklewell Street, Bethnal Green, three doors on the R. from 18 Tyson Street 
Rowcrofts Wharf, Bermondsey of Rotherhithe Wall, on the W. side of Cherry garden stairs, about 1 1/4 mile below London bridge and op. Wapping church.
Rowlands Row, Stepney Green, part of the W. side, a few doors on the R. from Assembly row, Mile end road. .
Rowlandsons Court, Russell Street, Bermondsey, the first on the L. from 90 Bermondsey Street  towards Dock head.
Rowlandson Place, St Lukes. See Bath Street 
Rowlandsons Row, City Road. See Peerless Row.
Roxborough Place, Oxford Street. See Harewood Place.
Royal Adelphi Terrace. See Adelphi.
Royal Court or Royal Oak Court, Beak Street, Golden Square, three doors on the R. from 45, Swallow Street 
Royal Academy of Arts, Somerset Place, the door on the R. under the archway, entering between 151 and 152, in the Strand.
Royal Antiquarian Society, Somerset Place, the door on the L. under the archway, entering between 151 and 152, in the Strand.
Royal Court, Horselydown Lane, at 21, three doors on the L. from Shad Thames.
Royal Exchange, Cornhill, on the N. side, entrance op. 23, and at the S. E. corner of the Bank of England.
Royal Exchange Assurance Office, over the W. side of the Royal Exchange, and at 37, Pall mall.
Royal Hospital Row, Chelsea, extends from the Hospital gate to Grosvenor row, leading towards Pimlico.
Royal Infirmary for Diseases in the Eye, at 4 Nassau Street, Soho.
Royal Institution, at 21, Albemarle Street being that number of doors on the R. from 62, Piccadilly.
Royal Row, Lambeth Upper Marsh, the last on the L. from the turnpike. Westminster bridge road, extending to Carlisle lane.
Royal Oak Court, Broad Street, Ratcliffe, at 119, near Cock hill.
Royal Oak Court, Park Street, Borough, a few doors on the R. from the Borough market, nearly op. Barclay and Perkinss Brewery.
Royal Oak Court, Kent Street, Borough, at 279, about thirty doors on the R. from St Georges church.
Royal Oak Lane, Maid Lane, Borough, the first on the L. from Park Street  or from Clink Street 
Royal Oak Tents, Kent Street, Borough, at 293, about fourteen doors on the R. from behind St Georges church.
Royal Oak Walk, Haberdashers Walk, Hoxton, at 10, the fourth on the R. from Old street road, entering by Pitfield  Street
Royal Oak Yard, Kent Street, Borough, at 284, about twenty doors on the R. from behind St Georges church.
Royal Oak Yard, Bermondsey Street  at 173, about thirteen doors on the L. from the church towards Tooley Street 
Royalty Theatre, Well Street, Wellclose Square, five doors on the R. from Cable Street 
Ruddicks Buildings, Long Aley, Moorfields, is op. the W. end of Skinner Street  entering by 120 Bishopsgate without.
Rumbals Court, Long Alley, Moorfields, the second on the R. a few doors from Crown Street  towards Moorfields.
Running Horse Yard, Piccadilly, at 22, about five doors E. from Park lane.
Rupert Street, Haymarket, at 7 Coventry Street  about fourteen doors on the L. from Piccadilly, leading to Edmonds court and Princes street.
Rupert Street, Goodmans Fields, the first E. parallel to Lemon Street extending from 7, Little Ayliffe Street  to Hoopers square.
Rural Place, Mile End Road, three or four doors on the L. east of the Old Globe, about 1 1/2 mile from Aldgate.
Russell Buildings, Wapping Street, at 72, on the W. side the entrance to the London docks.
Russell Ccurt, Cleveland Row, St James's, three doors on the R. from St James's Street towards the Stable yard.
Russell Court, Drury Lane, at 75 about 1/8 of a mile on the L. from the New Church in the Strand leading to 29 Brydges Street 
Russell Court, Rosemary Lane, behind 50, near 1/4 of a mile on the R. from Tower hill.
Russell Court.Ratcliffe Highway, at 119, nearly op. Old Gravel lane.
Russell Institution, Great Coram Street, the large stone fronted building on the L. a few yards from Wooburn place, Tavistock square.
Russell Hotel, Covent Garden, on the E. side by Russell Street 
Russell Mews, Howland Street, Tottenham Court Road, at 37, extending to 42 London Street 
Russell Mews, Keppel Street, Russell Square, the first on the L. a few yards from 30, in the said square towards Bedford square.
Russell Mews, Cleveland Row, St James's, the N. end of Russell court.
Russell Place, Lisson Grove, Lisson Green, a few small houses in the hollow, nearly op. the White lead Manufactory.
Russell Place, Little Coram Street, Tavistock Square, about the middle of the E. side.
Russell Place, Fitzroy Square, at the S. E. corner, leading into Charlotte Street  and Rathbone place.
Russell Place, Bow Street, Covent Garden, at 38, nearly op. the Theatre.
Russell Square, about 1/6 of a mile N. of Bloomsbury square and 3/8 of a mile W. of Grays inn lane by Great Guilford St
Russell Street, (Great), Bloomsbury Square, at the N. W. corner extending to Tottenham court road, where the numbers begin and end, viz. 1 and 121.
Russell Street (Little), Bloomsbury, the first S. parallel to part of the last, say from 43 to 65, extending from Bury Street  to Duke Street 
Russell Street (Little), Drury Lane, at 61, on the N. side the Theatre, extending to nearly op. Brydges street.
Rossell Street (Great), Covent Garden, the continuation of the last described to the E. side of Covent garden.
Russell Street, Bermondsey Street, at 90, near 1/3 of a mile on the L. from op. 64, Tooley Street extending to Dock head (late Five foot lane) .
Russell Street (Upper), Bermondsey Street, at 201, op. the last described.
Russell Street, Rotherhithe or Greenland Dock, the continuation of Trinity Street  to the said dock.
Russia Court, Honey Lane Market, on the N. side of Russia row, leading into Milk Street 
Russia Row, Milk Street, Cheapside, a few yards on the R. from 116, Cheapside, being the N. side of Honey lane market.
Rutland Court, Glasshouse Street, Goswell Street, the first on the R. a few yards from 108 Goswell Street 
Rutland Place, Upper Thames Street  at 4, on the E. side of Puddle dock, about 1/8 of a mile below Blackfriars bridge.
Rutland Yard, Upper Thames Street  op. the last described.
Ryders Court, Leicester Square, at 26, Cranbourne Street two or three doors on the L. from the N. E corner of the square leading to Little Newport Street 
Ryders Court, Little Ryder Street, St James's, at 9, about four doors on the R. from 25 St James's street.
Ryders Mews, Great Ryder Street, St James's, at 5, on the N. side between Duke Street  and Bury Street 
Ryder Street (Little), St James's Street, at 26, about the middle of the E. side, extending to Bury street.
Ryder Street (Great), St James's, nearly op. the Last described, extending from 9 Bury Street  to Duke street.

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