Lollards' Tower

Lollards' Tower
   At either corner of the west end of St. Paul's were two Towers of stone, made for Bell Towers, one towards the south called the Lowlardes Tower and hath been used as the Bishoppes prison (S. 372).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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