Weavers' Hall
   On the east side of Basinghall Street at No.22 (P.O. Directory).
   First mention: " Weauers Hall" (S. ed. 1598, p.226).
   Formerly the Hall of the Weavers' Company. Burnt in the Fire 1666, and rebuilt. Used as a Presbyterian Meeting-house in the 17th century. Taken down 1856 and a block of merchants' offices built on the site and named "Weavers' Hall" to commemorate the old building.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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