Markets in 1732 , the Survey of London by William Maitland in 1756

An Account of all the Alleys, Banks, Bridges, Buildings, Buries, closes, Corners, Courts, Ditches, Docks, Entries, Gardens, Greens, Grounds, Mewses, Passages, Rents, Roads, Rows, Squares, Streets, Yards, &c. within the City of London, and Suburbs thereof , alphabetically digested.

Markets in 1732.

Bear quay, the great Corn market
Billingsgate, the great Fish market
Bishopsgate street market for Hay
Bloomsbury market, for Meat, &c.
Borough market, in Southwark, for Meat, &c.
Blackwell hall, the great Cloth market
Brooks market, for Meat, &c. 4
Cavendish market, for Meat, &c
Coal market, at Billingsgate
Clare market, for meat, &c.
Covent Garden market, for Herbs and fruit
Fleet market, for Meat, Fruit, Herbs, &c.
Hay market, Pallmall, for Hay and Straw
Honey lane market, for Meat, &c.
Hoxton market for Meat, &c.
Hungerford market, for Meat, &c.
Knightsbridge,market, for Cattle
Leadenhall market, for Meat, &c.
Marlborough market, for Meat, &c.
Mark lane market, for Corn
Newgate market, for Meat, &c.
Newport market, for Meat, &c.
Queenhithe, the great Meal market
Red Lion market, for Meat, &c.
St. James's market, for Meat, &c.
St. Margaret's hill market, for Hay and Straw &c.
Shadwell market, for Meat, &c.
Smithfield market, for Cattle
Spitalfields market, for Meat, &c.
Westminster market, for Meat, &c.
Whitechapel market, for Meat, by Wholesale
White horse Inn Meal market, near Holborn bridge
Woods close market, for Sheep Skins

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