Fuller's Rents
   North of King's Bench Walk in the Inner Temple precincts.
   Newly built 1563 by Mr. Fuller (I.T. Rec. I. 229), 1565-6 and called Fuller's New Buildings (I.T. Rec. II. 8).
   Called : "Fullers Rents " (I.T. Records I. 237). "Fullers Buildings" in 1576 (I.T. Rec. II. p. lxi.).
   A place of sanctuary until 9 Geo. I.
   Site now covered by Mitre Court Buildings (q.v.).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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