Flower de Luce Alley
   South out of Thames Street (Leake, 1666) on the east side of Fishmongers' Hall.
   The site was afterwards occupied by Fishmongers' Hall and now by the western side of Adelaide Place (q.v.).
   So named after the tavern of that sign which adjoined it westwards.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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