Fishmongers' Passage
   See Fishmonger Alley.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Lime Street Alley —    East out of Lime Street, with a winding passage leading by Lime Street Square and Billiter Square into Fishmongers Alley and Fenchurch Street (Strype, ed. 1720 O.S. 1848 51).    It is only named in Strype, but the passage seems to be shown in… …   Dictionary of London

  • Hall — n. 1 a a space or passage into which the front entrance of a house etc. opens. b US a corridor or passage in a building. 2 a a large room or building for meetings, meals, concerts, etc. b (in pl.) music halls. 3 a large country house, esp. with a …   Useful english dictionary

  • hall — n. 1 a a space or passage into which the front entrance of a house etc. opens. b US a corridor or passage in a building. 2 a a large room or building for meetings, meals, concerts, etc. b (in pl.) music halls. 3 a large country house, esp. with a …   Useful english dictionary

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