Bell Alley, Coleman Street
   See Great Bell Alley.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Bell Inn, Coleman Street —    Messuage called The Bell on the east side of the street called Colman Streete, in parish of St. Stephen in Colman Streete, between the Armourer s Hale north and tenement of Thos. Offley south, and a Yerde part of the possession of the College… …   Dictionary of London

  • Gough Alley, Coleman Street —    See Great Bell Alley …   Dictionary of London

  • New Buildings, Coleman Street —    See New Court6, Little Bell Alley …   Dictionary of London

  • Great Bell Alley —    East out of Coleman Street, at No. 56, to Moorgate Street (P.O. Directory). In Coleman Street Ward.    First mention: Horwood, 1799.    Former names : Bell Alley (Leake, 1666 Boyle, 1799). Bell Alley, alias Gough Alley, 1614 (Ct. H.W. II. 738) …   Dictionary of London

  • 80 Coleman Street — is an Edwardian building in the Moorgate area of the City of London, not far from the Guildhall. It is currently the offices of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology.HistoryColeman Street is thought to have been the… …   Wikipedia

  • Little Bell Alley —    South from Leathersellers Buildings to Copthall Buildings on the boundary of Broad Street and Coleman Street Wards (O.S. 1880).    First mention: P.C. 1732.    It seems to be shown but not named in O. and M. 1677, and the northern portion is… …   Dictionary of London

  • Mill Alley —    See Great Bell Alley, Coleman Street …   Dictionary of London

  • Little Swan Alley —    1) West out of Little Bell Alley, then north to the Ward Schools and Cross Key Court (O.S. 1880). In Coleman Street Ward.    First mention: Rocque, 1746.    Former name : Swan Alley, 1668 (Tradesmen s tokens, Burn, p. 186).    Site now… …   Dictionary of London

  • Telegraph Street —    East out of Moorgate Street, at No.12, to Copthall Avenue (P.O. Directory). In Coleman Street Ward.    First mention: O.S.1875.    Formerly called Great Bell Alley (q.v.).    Telegraph department of the Post Office was removed from here to St …   Dictionary of London

  • Whalebone Court —    1) South out of Moorgate Street Buildings to Telegraph Street and Whalebone Passage, leading into Tokenhouse Yard (L.C.C. List, 1912). In Coleman Street Ward.    First mention: Strype, 1720.    Shown but not named in the later maps.    In… …   Dictionary of London

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