Butchers, Street of

   Market of flesh and fish allowed still to be kept in "Vico Carnificum occidentalium in parochia Sancti Nicholai" after the erection of "les Stokkes," 17 Ed. II. (Cal. P.R. 1321-4, p. 425).
   Later, in the time of Richard II., Butchers were not allowed to kill flesh except at Knightsbridge.
    = Newgate Street (q.v.).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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