Dutch Church, Austinfriars

Dutch Church, Austinfriars
   On the east side of Austinfriars, at No. 6 (P.O. Directory).
   The western end of the Priory Church of the Augustine Friars was enclosed from the Steeple and Quier in 1550, and granted to the Dutch nation in London to be their preaching place (S. 178).
   Partly burnt, 1862. Repaired and restored 1863-5. Architect, l'Anson and Lightly.
   For further description See Augustin Friars.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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