Templegate
   Writ to prevent the carrying of victuals through " Templegate " to "Tempelbrygge" by the riverside, 48 Ed. III. 1373-4 (Cal. L. Bk. G. p.322).
   Sharpe in a note says that a right of way had always existed through the great gate of the Templars and that the possessors of the Temple were bound to maintain a bridge or jetty at the waterside.
   This bridge or jetty would be the Temple Stairs.
   See Temple Bridge.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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