Conduit at Aldgate Without
   "A fair water conduit, hard without the Gate" (Aldgate), erected 1535 (Stow, ed. 1603, p. 129).
   One of the many conduits, supplying the inhabitants of the City with water. Hatton, writing in 1708, says the conduits were much used in his time (II. p. 785).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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