- Temple Bridge
- Order for repair of the Bridge of the New Temple by which persons coming to Parliament and Councils at London commonly cross to Westminster from the City and suburbs, II Ed. III. (Cal. Close Rolls, Ed. III. 1337-9, p.218)."Temple brigge " on the river-side, 48 Ed. III. (Cal. L. Bk. G. p.325).Order for its making 1576 (L. and P. Ed. VI., etc., I. 528).Rebuilt 1584 (Mid. Temple Records, p.23). Temple to bear one-half of cost.The first entry seems to relate to a bridge over the Fleet, the last suggests a wharf on the Thames.In 1802 the remains of a stone bridge were discovered dating from Ed. III.'s reign covered with rubbish to the east of St. Clement Danes, possibly this was the "Templebrigge."New bridge and stairs built 1620-I (Inner Temple Records, II. p. xxxv.).Repaired 1702-3 (ib. III. p.375).
A Dictionary of London. Henry A Harben. 1918.