Bond's Court, Walbrook
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A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • The Walbrook —    A stream of some size and importance which flowed through the centre of the City from north to south. In course of time it was filled up and eventually built over.    The City Records and Stow s Survey, together with the investigations made at …   Dictionary of London

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