Searle's Wharf
   Between Bird's Wharf east and Scott's Wharf west, in Farringdon Ward Without, east of the Temple (Rocque, 1746, and Dodsley, 1761).
   "Hawkes Wharf" (q.v.) in Horwood.
   Site now occupied by Victoria Embankment and the Temple Avenue.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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