Chichester's (Bishop of) Inn
   In the parish of St. Dunstan's Fleet Street, on the west side of Chancery Lane, 1310 (Cott. Faust. B. VIII. f. 159b).
   Mentioned 1291 (ib. f. 159).
   The hostel or town house of the Bishops of Chichester. They had a garden also on the eastern side of the street.
   The site is commemorated in Chichester Rents, Chancery Lane.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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