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"D" - 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.

Darby Court, in Channel Row, W.
Darby Street, in Rosemary lane, L.
Dartmouth Street, by Queen Street, W.
Dart's Alley, in Whitechapel, L.
Dawson's Alley, in St. Martin's lane in the Strand, L.
Dead Garden, in East Smithfield, L.
Deans Alley, in Coleman Street, L.
Deans Court, in Deans Street, by Red Lion Square, L.
Deans Court, in St. Martin le Grand, L.
Deans Court, in St. Paul's Churchyard, L. Here is the Office for entring and searching of Wills.
Dean Street, by Red Lion Square, L.
Dean Street, by Soho Square, L.
Dean Street, in Fetter lane, L.
Deans Yard, W. It is on the Southwest side of St. Peter's Cathedral; otherwise called, Westminster Abby; where our British Kings and Queens are ? and have their Royal Sepulchres when ?.
Delabay Street, by Duke Street, W.
Denmark Court, in the Strand, L. Part of this Court, next to Exeter Street, was formerly called Exeter Court; but by pulling down a Wall which parted them, they promiscuously bear the Name of Denmark Court.
Denmark Street, in Ratcliff Highway, L.
Denmark Street, near the Church of St. Giles in the Fields, L.
Denzil Street, vid. Peter Street in Stanhope Street.
Devereaux Court, by Essex Street in the Strand, L
Devonshire Square, in Devonshire Street without Bishopsgate, L.
Devonshire Street, by Queen's Square, near Great Ormond Street, L.
Devonshire Street, without Bishopsgate, L.
Diaker Street, in New Tothill Street, W.
Dice Key, near Billinsgate, L.
Dick's Shore, in Forestreet at Limehouse, L. Against it is a Plying-place for Watermen.
Dirty Lane, behind the Mint, S.
Dirty Lane, by Old Palace Yard, W. At the South end of this Lane, by College Street, is Lindsey House, possess'd now by the Earl of Abingdon.
Dirty Lane, in Long Acre, L.
Distaff Lane, in Friday Street, L.
Dob's Court, in Swithin Lane, L.
Dock Head, S.
Dockside Alley, at the Hermitage, L.
Doctor's Commons, in Great Knight Rider Street, L. This is a sort of an Inn only for Civilians, and others, who study the Canon and Civil Laws.
Dodington Street, by Brooks Market, L.
Dog Alley, by the Bowling Alley, W.
Dog and Bear Yard, in Horslydown, S.
Dog Lane, in Fivefoot lane, S.
Dog's Head and Porridge Pot Court, in Whitecross Street, L.
Dogwell Court, in Whitefryers, L.
Dog Yard, in College Street, W.
Dolphin Court, on Ludgatehill, L.
Dolphin Yard, in Blackman Street, S.
Doolittle Court, in little Carter Lane, L.
Dormant Hill, by Chapel Street, W.
Dorset Court, in Channel Row, W.
Dorset Street, by St. Leonard's Church in Shoreditch, L.
Dorset Street, in Spittlefields, L.
Dove Court, in Old Jewry, L.
Dove Court, on Old Fishstreet Hill, L.
Dove Street, in Piccadilly, L.
Dowgate Hill, L. Here are the Skinners and Tallow-Chandlers Halls.
Downing Street, in King Street, W.
Dowse Key, near Billinsgate, L.
Drake Street, by Red Lion Square, L.
Drapers Court, in Lothbury, L.
Drapers Court, in Princes Street, near Stocks Market, L.
Drews Court, in Peter Street, W.
Drout Alley, at Norton Faldgate, L.
Drum Alley, against the Playhouse in Drury lane, L.
Drum Alley, in Whitechapel, L.
Drury Dane, near the new Church in the Strand, L.
Duck Court, in Castle, Street in Holbourn, L.
Duck Lane, in West Smithfield, L. Here are many Bookbinders.
Duck Lane, near Old Pye Street, W.
Duckfoot Lane, in Thames Street, L.
Dukes Court, in St. Martins lane in the Strand, L.
Dukes Court, in the little Ambrey, W.
Dukes Place, near Aldgate, L. So called from a Dwellinghouse here in which Thomas, Duke of Norfolk liv'd, in the Time of Henry the Eighth. And the Jews had here a Synagogue, which is now useless, since their building a new one near it, within these few Years.
Duke Street, by Charles Street, W. Here is a Chapel for the Service of the Church of England, taken out of the House of the Lord Chancellor Jefferies, whose Memory still stinks in the Nostrils of all good Men, for his most bloody and inhuman Cruelties acted in the West of England, in the Reign of King James the Second.
Duke Street, by Lincolns Inn Fields, L.
Duke Street, in Artillery lane, in Bishopsgate Street without, L.
Duke Street, in Great King Street, by St. James's Square, L.
Duke Street, in York Buildings in the Strand, L.
Duke Street, near Montague, House, L.
Duke Street, near Queen Street, S.
Duffin's Court, in King Street, W.
Dunstan's Hill, by St. Dunstan's Church in the East, L.
Dunstan's Square, in Whitechapel, L.
Dunning's Alley, in Bishopsgate Street, without, L.
Durham Yard, by the New Exchange in the Strand, L. It is built where formerly stood Durham House, belonging to the Bishops of that See.
Durham Yard, in Chick lane, L.
Dutchy Lane, near Somerset House in the Strand, L. So called as being in the Dutchy Liberty belonging to the County Palatine of Lancaster.
Dutchy Street, by Bloomsbury Market, L.
Dyers Court, in Aldermanbury, L.
Dyot Street, in St. Giles's Street, L.