Bridewell Place
   West out of New Bridge Street at No. 12 (P.O. Directory) and south to Tudor Street. In Farringdon Ward Without, in precinct of Bridewell.
   Erected 1878, on part of site of Old Bridewell Palace and Hospital.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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