Little Eastcheap
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A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Eastcheap —    East from No. 48 Gracechurch Street and Fish Street Hill to Great Tower Street (P.O. Directory).    In Billingsgate, Bridge Within and Candlewick Wards.    The name is used to denote both the street and the market.    Earliest mention of name …   Dictionary of London

  • Little Tower Street —    See Eastcheap …   Dictionary of London

  • The Weigh House, Eastcheap —    On the south side of Little Eastcheap, between Botolph Lane and Love Lane (O. and M. 1677 O.S. 1880).    The King s Weigh House, as it was called, was the place where the King s weights, known as the Great Beam, etc., were kept, where… …   Dictionary of London

  • St Clement Eastcheap — Infobox church name = St. Clement Eastcheap fullname = color = imagesize = caption = Photo of St. Clement Eastcheap, April 2006 landscape = denomination = Anglican, earlier Roman Catholic diocese = parish = division = subdivision = founded date …   Wikipedia

  • (St.) Clement, Eastcheap —    On the east side of Clement s Lane at No. 27 (P.O. Directory). In Candlewick Ward. The parish extends into Langbourne and Bridge Within Wards.    Earliest mention: St. Clement Candlewickstrate, 27 H. III. (Anc. Deeds, A. 2138).    In a… …   Dictionary of London

  • Nehemiah Wallington — (1598 – 1658) was an English Puritan artisan (a wood turner) and chronicler. from Eastcheap. He left over 2,500 pages and 50 volumes on himself, religion and politics. Contents 1 Life 2 Works 3 Further reading …   Wikipedia

  • Wards —    The wards seem generally to have grown along the line of a main street and often about a main crossing. The street which forms the main artery of the Ward generally gives it its name.    1. Each of the principal gates gives or has given its… …   Dictionary of London

  • King's Weigh House — The King s Weigh House was originally a Congregational Church in London HistoryIt was formed around 1695 when Thomas Reynolds was called as minister. In 1697 the congregation built a meeting house over the King s Weigh House in Little Eastcheap,… …   Wikipedia

  • St Andrew Hubbard — Infobox church name = St Andrew Hubbard fullname = color = imagesize = caption = Current photo of site landscape = denomination = Anglican diocese = parish = division = subdivision = founded date = founder = architect = style = constructed date …   Wikipedia

  • Cross Lane —    1) East out of St. Mary at Hill to Harp Lane (P.O. Directory), crossing St. Dunstan s Hill. In Billingsgate and Tower Wards.    First mention: O. and M. 1677.    Former name : Fowle Lane.    The western end, between St. Mary at Hill and Idol… …   Dictionary of London

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