Exchange Alley
   See Change Alley.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Exchange Alley — John Rocque s Map, 1747 Exchange Alley or Change Alley is a narrow alleyway connecting shops and coffeehouses in an old neighbourhood of the City of London in England, bounded by Lombard Street, Cornhill and Birchin Lane.[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Exchange Alley, London — Exchange Alley or Change Alley is a narrow alleyway connecting shops and coffeehouses in an old neighborhood of the City of London, England, bounded by Lombard Street, Cornhill and Birchin Lane [ [http://books.google.com/books?id= OwaAAAAMAAJ… …   Wikipedia

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  • Change Alley —    South out of Cornhill at Nos. 23 and 28 to Lombard Street, with a passage east to Birchin Lane (P.O. Directory). In Cornhill and Langbourne Wards.    First mention: Lockie, 1810.    Former name : Exchange Alley (1666, Leake).    Garaway s,… …   Dictionary of London

  • London Stock Exchange — Infobox Exchange name = London Stock Exchange nativename = type = Stock Exchange city = London country = United Kingdom coor = coord|51|30|54|N|0|05|56.5|W|region:GB LND type:landmark foundation = 1801 owner = London Stock Exchange Group key… …   Wikipedia

  • Royal Exchange Buildings —    South out of Threadneedle Street, at No. 1, to 82 Corn hill (P.O. Directory), on the east side of the Royal Exchange. In Broad Street Ward.    First mention: O.S. 1875.    Former names : Sweetings Alley, 1662 (Account books St. Bart the litell …   Dictionary of London

  • Royal Exchange —    Between Cornhill South and Threadneedle Street north, in Broad Street and Cornhill Wards (P.O. Directory).    The first building was erected in 1566 and opened 1570 (S. 202). For the convenience of merchants and bankers.    Destroyed in the… …   Dictionary of London

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  • Jelly Alley —    In parish of St. Bartholomew near the Exchange (Strype, ed. 1720, I. ii. 148).    Near Drapers Hall in 1585 (Churchwardens Accounts, etc., of St. Michael Cornhill, Overall, p. 221). In Broad Street Ward.    The tenement in Jelly Alley, left by …   Dictionary of London

  • Damnation Alley — For other uses, see Damnation Alley (disambiguation). Damnation Alley   …   Wikipedia

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