(St.) Katherine's Rents


(St.) Katherine's Rents
   See Trinity Terrace.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Hazard's Rents —    In St. Katherine s Precinct (Survey of St. Katherine s, 1686. Sloane MS. 3254, A. 4. P.C. 1732).    Called Hazards Rents or Harrow Alley, London Guide, 1758.    Site now occupied by St. Katherine s Docks, etc …   Dictionary of London

  • (St.) Katherine's Precinct —    This precinct included the site of the hospital of St. Katherine and its adjacent domains. It consisted of about 24 acres, granted to the Hospital from the date of its foundation, and it owed its existence to the survival of the privileges… …   Dictionary of London

  • Black's Rents —    In St. Katherine s precinct (Survey Sloane, MS. 3254, A. 4).    Called Bleeks Rents or Eagle and Child Alley.    Site now occupied by St. Katherine s Docks and the adjacent warehouses …   Dictionary of London

  • Pigot's Rents —    In St. Katherine s precincts (Survey, Sloane MS. 3254, A. 1).    Removed for the formation of St. Katherine s Docks and the adjacent warehouses in 1827.    Qy. = Piccard s Rents, mentioned in P.C. 1732.    Named after the owner or builder …   Dictionary of London

  • Maudlin's Rents —    West out of Nightingale Lane to Lower East Smithfield (Hatton, 1708 Lockie, 1810).    Other forms of name : Maudlens Rents (Strype, ed. 1720 and 1755). Maudlings Rents (Rocque, 1746).    Removed for the formation of St. Katherine s Docks, 1827 …   Dictionary of London

  • Eagle and Child Alley, St. Katherine's —    See Bleek s [Black s Rents?] Rents …   Dictionary of London

  • Piccard's Rents —    In St. Katherine s lane, East Smithfield (P.C. 1732).    See Pigot s Rents …   Dictionary of London

  • Cooper's Rents —    At the north east corner of St. Catherine s Square, Tower Hill, opposite St. Katherine s Stairs (Lockie, 1810 and 1816).    Removed for the formation of St. Katherine s Docks …   Dictionary of London

  • Harrow Alley, St. Katherine's —    See Hazard s Rents …   Dictionary of London

  • Marlow's Rents —    On the north side of St. Catherine s Square, by St. Catherine s Court and Catshole Court (Lockie, 1810 and 1816).    Site now occupied by St. Katherine s Docks, etc.    Named after the owner or builder …   Dictionary of London


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