City of London, Artizans' Dwellings
   Artizan Street, Gravel Lane.
   These dwellings are on the east side of Artizan Street, between Artizan Street and Middlesex Street, and are erected in several blocks, distinguished by different names : King's Block, Queen's Block, Princes Block, etc.
   Commenced in 1884.
   They occupy the site of numerous small courts and alleys : Angel Court (Stoney Lane), Coaks Buildings, George Court, Petticoat Square, Nightingale Place, Wood Green Court.
   See Artizan Street.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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