Bridewell Dock
   At the south end of the Fleet, where it emptied itself into the Thames (Leake, 1666).
   In 1670 application was made for a warrant for grant of approbation of a model of the channel of Bridewell Dock from the Channel of the Thames to Holborn Bridge (L. and P. Chas. II. 1660-70, p. 190).
   Occupied the portion of New Bridge Street extending from Tudor Street to Chatham Place.
   See Fleet Ditch.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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