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"C" - Street Index


SOURCE: REMARKS ON LONDON, being an Exact Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, Borough of Southwark... By W. Stow., London, 1722.

Cabbage Lane, in Long lane, S
Cabbage Lane, near Petty France, W. It is also call'd Castle Street.
Cable Street, at the End of Rosemary Lane, L.
Cambridge Street, by little Windmill Street, L.
Camomile Street, within Bishopsgate Street, L.
Campion Alley, by Market Street, W.
Campion Lane, near Allhallows lane, L.
Cam's Court, in Hopton Street, L.
Cannon Alley, in St. Paul's Church Yard, L.
Cannon Street, by Budge Row, L. Here is Londonstone, placed for a Boundary by the ancient Romans or Saxons.
Cannon Street, in the Mint, S.
Cannon Street, near the new Church by Ratcliff Highway, L.
Carnaby Street, by Great Marlborough Street, L.
Carpenters Alley, in Long Lane, L.
Carpenters Court, in Aldermanbury, L.
Carpenters Yard, in Fore Old Jewry, by Aldgate, L.
Carriers Street, in Buckeridge Street in Dyet Street, L.
Carter Yard, in Ratcliff Highway, L.
Carthusian Street, in Aldersgate Street, L. built in 1699, and so called from the Convent of Carthusian Monks residing formerly in the Charter House by it.
Cartridge Street, in Rosemary lane, L. It is also call'd Churchhead Street.
Cartwight Street, by the Broadway, W.
Carters Rents, in Brick lane, L.
Cary Court, near Exeter Exchange in the Strand, L.
Cary Street, by Lincolns Inn Fields, L.
Cary Street, in Foster lane, L.
Castle Alley, at the West end of the Royal Exchange, L.
Castle Alley, in Thames Street, L.
Castle Court, in Birchin lane, L.
Castle Court, in Budge Row, L.
Castle Court, in Castle Street behind Long Acre, L.
Castle Court, in Whitecross Street, L.
Castle Lane, in Castle Street by Redcross Street, S.
Castle Street, behind Long Acre, L.
Castle Street, by Fleetditch, L.
Castle Street, by Redcross Street, L.
Castle Street, by the Meuse, L.
Castle Street, in Ayres Street in Piccadilly, L.
Castle Street, in Duke Street in Bloomsbury, L.
Castle Street, in Sppittle[sic] Fields, L.
Castle Street, W. vid. Cabbage lane, W.
Castle Yard, in Chick lane, L.
Castle Yard, in Houndsditch, L.
Castle Yard, near Staples Inn in Mid Holbourn, L.
Cat and Wheel Alley, in Bishopsgate Street without, L.
Cat and Wheel Alley, in Whitechapel, L.
Cat and Wheel Alley, on Snowhill, L.
Cateaton Street, in King Street by Guildhall, L.
Catherine Street, against Somerset Watergate in the Strand, L.
Catshead Court, in Orchard Street, W.
Cavendish Court, in Houndsditch, L.
Cecil Street, in the Strand, L. It is built where Salisbury House formerly stood.
Chambers Rents, in Barnaby Street, S.
Chamber Street, in Ratcliff Highway, L.
Chancery Lane, in Fleet Street, L. Here is the six Clerks Office, and several other Offices belonging to the Municipal or Common Laws of the Land.
Chandlers Rents, by Blackfryers Church, L.
Channel Row, by King Street, W.
Chapel Street, by New Chapel, W. That Chapel is also call'd, New Church.
Chapel Street, in Wardour Street, L.
Charing Cross, by St. Martins lane in the Strand, L. Here is a most curious Effigies of King Charles the first on Horseback, erected in Brass; with martial or warlike Trophies carv'd on the Stone Pedestal.
Charity Court, in Aldersgate Street, L.
Charles Court, by Hungerford Market in the Strand, L. Here is a Plyingplace for Watermen.
Charles Square, by Hoxton Square, L.
Charles Street, by Bridgewater Square, L.
Charles Street, by Covent Garden, L.
Charles Street, by St. James's square, L.
Charles Street, in King Street, W.
Charterhouse Lane, by Smithfield Bars, L.
Charterhouse Square, L. so called from the Charterhouse therein; being a noble Foundation founded by one Squire Sutton, for the Maintenance of several decay'd Gentlemen, and Education of Youth.
Charterhouse Street, in Long lane, L.
Cheapside, by St. Paul's Churchyard, L.
Checquer Alley, in Bunhill Row by Upper Moorfields, L.
Checquer Alley, in Old Bedlam, L.
Checquer Alley, in the Borough, S.
Checquer Alley, in Whitecross Street, L.
Checquer Court, against Northumberland House in the Strand, L. Here many Stage-Coaches may be hired for the Western Parts of England; and the Waters had fresh from Bath, and the hot Well at Bristol.
Checquer Yard, in Bush lane in Thames Street, L.
Checquer Yard, in Golden lane, L.
Cherry Alley, in Whitecross Street, L.
Cherry Court, in Gardiners lane, W.
Cherry Garden, by Southwark Wall, S.
Cherrytree Alley, in Bunhill lane, by Upper Moorfield, L.
Cherrytree Alley, in Golden lane, L.
Cheshire Rents, by Fleet lane, L.
Chichester Rents, in Chancery lane, L.
Chick Lane, near West Smithfield, L. Most of the Inhabitants here, buy and sell old Cloaths.
Chimneysweepers Alley, in Barnaby Street, S.
Chizel Street, by Upper Moorfields, L. Here are some Fletchers, or those who make Bows and Arrows.
Christopher Alley, in Upper Moorfields, L.
Christopher Court, by St. Christopher's Church in Threadneedle Street, L.
Christopher Court, in St. Martin le Grand, L.
Christopher Court, on St. Margaret's Hill, S.
Christ's Hospital, by Christ's Church in Newgate Street, L. This Hospital, which was formerly a Monastery of the Grey Fryers, was given by King Edward the Sixth to the City of London, in 1552, for the Education of poor Fatherless Children.
Church Alley, by Five Inkhorn Alley, in Whitechapel, L.
Church Alley, by the Church in Black Fryers, L.
Church Alley, by the Church of St. Giles in the Fields, L.
Church Alley, by the Church of St. Lawrence Jewry near Guildhall, L.
Church Alley, in Chick lane, L.
Church Alley, in Harp Alley in Shoe lane, L.
Church Alley, in the Strand, L.
Church Court, by St. Thomas's Church, S.
Church Court, by St. James's Church in Jermyn Street, L.
Church Court, in the Strand, L.
Church Entry, in Black Fryers, L.
Churchhead Street, vid. Cartridge Street, L.
Church Hill, by Blackfryers Church, L.
Church Lane, by St. Mary's Church, at Whitechapel, L.
Church Lane, by the New Church near Limehouse hole, L.
Church Lane, in Houndsditch, L.
Church Passage, in Piccadilly, L.
Church Street, against St. Anne's Church, L.
Church Street, at the end of Prescod Street, L.
Church Street, in Long Acre, L.
Church Street, near St.Giles's Pound, L.
Church Street, near King Edward's Row by Whitechapel, L.
Churchyard Alley, in Fetter lane, L.
Cinnamon Street, by Wapping Docks, L.
Clare Market, L. It is commonly call'd New Market; and it's kept on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Clare Street, by Clare Market, L.
Clarges Street, in Hayhill Row, L. Built Anno 1714.
Clark's Alley, in Camomile Street by Bishopsgate, L.
Cleaveland Court, by St. James's Palace, L, so call'd from the late Dutchess of Cleaveland's House.
Clement's Court, in Milk Street, L.
Clement's Inn, at the Backside of St. Clement Church, L.
Clement's Lane, by the Backside of St. Clement's Church, L. Here is an ancient well of very wholesome Water, call'd Clement's Well.
Clement's Lane, in Cannon Street, L.
Clerkenwell Close, by Clerkenwell Green, L. Near it is a Bridewell for the Correction of Vagrants, idle People, Strumpets, and sturdy Beggars.
Clerkenwell Green, L. It is by the Church of St. James; and near it is New Prison, a Jayl for Thieves, and other Offenders. And it is called Clerkenwell from an old Well, rising out of the West End of the Green, call'd Clerk's Well; where the Parish Clerks of London assembled yearly, to act some historical Part of the Scripture before much People.
Clifford's Inn, by St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet Street, L. Here is kept the Office for issuing out Writs for the Marshalsea Court in Southwark.
Clifford's Street, in New Bond Street, L.
Cloak Lane, in Queen Street in Cheapside, L.
Cloth Fair, in West Smithfield, L. Noted for the Sale of Cloth, Druggets, and other Woolen Manufactures.
Club Row, in Spittlefields, L.
Cob's Court, in Blackfryers, L.
Cock Alley, at Norton Faldgate, L.
Cock Alley, Fleet lane, L.
Cock Alley, by St. John Street, L.
Cock Alley, in East Smithfield, L.
Cock Alley, in Shoreditch, L.
Cock Alley, in Whitecross Street, L.
Cock Alley, in Whitecross Street by Cripplegate, L.
Cock Alley, in Whitechapel, L.
Cock and Hoop Court, in Houndsditch, L.
Cock Court, in St. Martin le Grand, L.
Cock Court, on Ludgatehill, L.
Cock Court, on Snowhill, L.
Cock Hill, by Ratcliff Highway, L.
Cock Lane, near West Smithfield, L.
Cockpit, against the Privy Garden, W. It is a part of the Royal Palace of Whitehall, standing in a Street situated betwixt two Gateways; the one fronting Charingcross, and the other Westminster Abby. Here the Principle Secretaries of State generally keep their Offices.
Cockpit Alley, in Drury Lane, L.
Cockpit Court, in Dean street, by Soho square, L.
Cock Row, in Spittlefields, L.
Cockshead Court, in Golden lane, L.
Codpiece Court, in Petty France, W.
Codpiece Row, by Hockly in the Hole, L.
Coffin Alley, by Cowcross, L.
Colchester Street, in Church lane by Whitechapel, L.
Cold Harbour, in Thames Street, L. Here is Watermens Hall, L.
Coleman Street, near London Wall, L. Adorn'd with a Church dedicated to St. Stephen.
Cole's Alley, in Whitechapel, L.
Cole Yard, in Drury lane, L.
College Court, by Stable Yard, W.
College Hill, in Cloak lane by Queen street in Cheapside, L. So called from the Collegiate Church of St. Spirit and St. Mary, heretofore founded there by Sir Richard Whitington, thrice Lord Mayor of London, about the Year 1400; afterwards call'd Whitington's College; but it was supress'd by Edward the Sixth.
College Street, by Mill Bank, W.
College Street, by the Marsh, S. Here is a Plying place for Watermen on the River of Thames called King's Arms Stairs.
College Yard, near St. Margaret's Hill, S.
Collingwood Street, in the Maze, S.
Colson's Court, in Drury lane, L.
Comber's Alley, in Blackman street, S.
Comber's Court, in Blackman street, S.
Come again Row, near Whitechapel, L.
Compton Street, by Newport Market, L.
Compton Street, in Goiwell[Goswell?] street, L.
Conduit Street, in Long Acre, L.
Conduit Street, in New Bond street, L.
Coney Court, in Grays Inn, L.
Cook's Court, in Cary street near Lincolns Inn Fields, L.
Cooly's Lane, in Brook street near Ratcliff Highway, L.
Cooper's Alley, in Whitechapel, L.
Cooper's Rents, in East Smithfield, L.
Corbet Court, in Browns lane in Spittlefields, L.
Corbet Court, in Gracechurch street, L.
Cork Street, near Old Bond street, L.
Cornhill, so called from a Market of Corn kept here in ancient Times.
Covent Garden, L. A Square adorn'd with lofty Piazza's under stately Houses on the North and East sides; and a Church dedicated to St. Paul, on the West.
Covent Garden Market, by Southampton street in the Strand, L. Where Herbs, Flowers, Fruits, and other things pertaining to Gardens, are sold on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Coventry Street, by the Hay Market, L.
Court Street, in Whitechapel, L. It is near Whitechapel Gaol, where Debtors are confin'd upon very small Actions.
Cow Cross, by Smithfield Bars, L.
Cow Lane, by West Smithfield, L. A Place noted for Coachmakers and Harnessmakers.
Coxon's Court, by Dorset street in Shoreditch, L.
Cozen Lane, at Dowgate Wharf in Thames street, L. Here is Mr. John Pool's Brew House, where the best Malt Liquors of all sorts, (as esteem'd by Gentlemen skilled therein) are brewed.
Cradle Court, in Redcross street, L.
Crags Court, near Charing Cross, L.
Cranborn Alley, in Leicesterfields, L. Inhabited mostly by Shoemakers.
Crane Court, in Aldersgate street, L.
Crane Court, in Fleet street, L.
Crane Court, in Old Change, L.
Crane Court, on Lambeth-hill, L.
Creechurch Alley, by St. Catharine Creechurch in Leadenhall street, L.
Creechurch Lane, in Leadenhall Street, L.
Creed Lane, in Ludgate street, L.
Cripplegate Street, L. Here is an old Conduit.
Crooked Lane, on New Fish Street, L. Here are most Haberdashers of small Wares, and Bird-Cage makers.
Crooked Lane, in the Mint, S.
Crophall Court, in Throgmorton street, L.
Crosby's Square, in Bishopsgate street within, L.
Crossdagger Court, in Grub street, L.
Crosskey Alley, against St. Antholin's Church in Watling street, L.
Crosskey Alley, by London Wall, L.
Crosskey Alley, in Blackman street, S.
Crosskey Alley, in Whitecross street, L.
Crosskey Court, by Cowcross, L.
Crosskey Court, in Chick Lane, L.
Crosskey Court, in Grub street, L.
Cross Lane, in Parker's Lane, L.
Cross Street, in Essex street, L.
Cross Street, in Hatton Garden, L.
Cross Street, in King Street by Golden Square, L.
Croud Alley, in middle Moorfields, L.
Crouderswell Alley, in Jewen Street, L. So called from a Well, the Water whereof is accounted good for sore Eyes.
Crow Alley, in Whitecross Street, L.
Crown Alley, in Bridewell Precinct by Fleetditch, L.
Crown Alley, in the Great Minories, L.
Crown Alley, in Whitecross Street, L.
Crown Alley, in White Street, S.
Crown and Hoop Court, in Whitecross Street, L.
Crown and Sheer Alley, in Rosemary lane, L.
Crown Court, against Laurence Lane in Cheapside, L.
Crown Court, in Broad Street, L.
Crown Court, in Butcher Row by Templebar, L.
Crown Court, in Chancery Lane, L.
Crown Court, in Chick lane, L.
Crown Court, in Dean Street by Soho Square, L.
Crown Court, in Golden lane, L.
Crown Court, in Grub Street, L.
Crown Court, in Long Walk, L.
Crown Court, in King Street, W.
Crown Court, in Little Moorfields, L.
Crown Court, in Thieving lane, W.
Crown Court, in Pallmall, L.
Crown Court, in Pultney Street, L. Built Anno 1708.
Crown Court, in Purpoot lane, L.
Crown Court, in Russel Street in Drury lane, L.
Crown Court, in Trinity lane near Cheapside, L.
Crown Court, in Warwick lane, L.
Crucifix Lane, in Barnaby Street, S.
Cruddle Court, in Fore Street by Moorfields, L.
Crutched Fryers, on Great Towerhill, L. Here is kept the Navy Office.
Cuckolds Alley, vid. Axe Alley.
Cuckolds Row, vid. Keeland Row.
Cullum Street, by Fenchurch Street, L.
Cupid's Alley, in Golden lane, L.
Curl Court, near Denmark Court in the Strand, L.
Cursitors Alley, in Chancery lane, L.
Cushion Court, in Pig Street near Threadneedle Street, L.
Customhouse, in Thames Street, L. Situated by a fine Key; and the King's Warehouses are adjoining to it.
Cutthroat Lane, in Ratcliff Highway, L.
Cuttings Abby, in New North Street, by Red Lion Square, L.