Ludgate Street
   West out of St. Paul's Churchyard to Old Bailey, in Farringdon Ward Within and Castle Baynard Ward (Weller's map, 1861).
   Now called Ludgate Hill (q.v.), 1865.
   First mention: "Lutgatestrate," Rich. I. (MS. D. and C. St. Paul's, Press A. Box 15, No. 1357).
   Other names : "In Vico de Ludgatestrete alias Bowiarresrowe vulgariter nuncupato in parochia sancti Martini de Ludgate," 1359 (ib. Box 70, No. 1774). "Ludgate street " (Leake, 1666).
   See Ludgate Hill and Bowyer Row.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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