- South out of Harrow Alley, Middlesex Street to Stoney Lane. In Portsoken Ward.Erected in 1884 as Artizan's Street, name changed May, 1911, to the present form.The Artizans' Industrial Dwellings were commenced in 1884, and with the Metropolitan Railway occupy the site of several former Courts, viz. : " Allen's Court," " Ebenezer Square," " Mount Court," " Barnes's Buildings," " Meeting House Yard," Gravel Lane, "Sadlers' Hall Court."
A Dictionary of London. Henry A Harben. 1918.
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