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"G" - 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.

Gardiners Lane, in King Street, W.
Gardiners Lane, in Petty France, W.
Garland Alley, in Bishopsgate Street without, L.
Garlick Hill, in Thames Street, L. So call'd because there was a Place or Market, where formerly it was landed or sold.
Garter Lane, in Barbican, L.
George Alley, in Shoe lane, L.
George Alley, in York Buildings, L.
George Alley, near the King's Bench Prison, S.
George Alley, on Saffronhill, L.
George and Plough Yard, in the Broadway, W.
George Court, against the Herald's Office at Paul's Chain, L.
George Court, in St. John's lane, L.
George Lane, near the Monument, L.
George Street, in Foster lane, L.
George Street, in Pallmall, L. Built Anno, 1668.
George Street, in the Mint, S.
George Street, in York Buildings, L.
George Yard, in Bishopsgate Street without, L.
George Yard, in Coleman Street, L.
George Yard, in Field lane, L.
George Yard, in Kent Street, S.
George Yard, in Kingstreet, W. So call'd (I suppose) from an ancient Inn therein, bearing the Sign of St. George killing (if it is not a Fiction) a Dragon.
George Yard, in Lombard Street, L.
George Yard, in Shoreditch, L.
George Yard, in Whitechapel, L.
George Yard, in Whitecross Street, L.
George Yard, on Great Towerhill, L.
George Yard, on Saffronhill, L.
Gerard Street, by Newport Market, L.
German Yard, near St. Mary Overy's Church, S.
Gibsons Court, in Marybone Street, L.
Gilbert Street, near Montague House, L.
Giltspur Street, by Great Old Baily, L.
Glasshouse Alley, in Whitefryers in Fleetstreet, L.
Glasshouse Field, by Cockhill at Ratcliff, L.
Glassenbury Court, in Rose Street near Covent Garden, L.
Glasshouse Street, in Swallow Street, L.
Glasshouse Yard, by the Bars in Aldersgate Street, L.
Glasshouse Yard, in Blackfryers, L.
Glean Alley, in Tooly Street, S.
Globe Court, in Shoe lane, L.
Glocester Street, by Red Lion Square, L.
Glovershall Court, in Beech lane, L.
Goat Alley, in Upper Ground, S.
Goat Yard, in Horslydown, S.
Goat Yard, in Whitecross Street, L.
Goddards Rents, by Wheeler Street in Spittlefields, L.
Godfrey Court, in Milkstreet, L.
Golden Lane, at the end of Barbican, L.
Golden Square, L.
Goldsmiths Street, in Wood Street, L.
Goodchilds Alley, near Market Street, W.
Goodmans Fields, by Whitechapel, L.
Goodmans Yard, in the Great Minories, L.
Goose Alley, by Fleetditch, L.
Goosetree Yard, in Peter Street, W.
Goswell Street, without Aldersgate Bars, L.
Goulstons Square, in Whitechapel, L.
Gracechurch Street, by Cornhill, L. So call'd from a Grass Market formerly kept there, L.
Gracious Alley, in Wellclose, L.
Grafton Street, near Newport Market, L.
Grange Court, in Cary street, by Lincolns Inn Fields, L. so called from the Grange Inn adjacent to it; and kept at present by one John Banfield.
Grange Road, by King John's Court, S.
Grange Walk, by King John's Court, S.
Grashoppers Alley, in Whitecross street, L.
Gravel Lane, by Falcon Stairs, S.
Gravel Lane, in Houndsditch, L.
Grays Inn, in Holbourn, L. It is one of the Inns of Court.
Grays Inn Lane, in High Holbourn, L.
Grays Inn Passage, by Red Lion Square, L.
Great Ambrey, near Tothill street, L.
Great Bell Yard, in Coleman street, L.
Great Carter Lane, by Puddledock hill, L.
Great Chapel Street, W.
Great Eastcheap, near Fishstreet Hill, by the Monument, L.
Great George Street, by Hanover Square, L.
Great Glocester Court, in Whitecross Street, L.
Great King Street, by St. James's Square, L.
Great Kirby Street, by Hatton Garden, L.
Great Lamb Alley, in Blackman street, L.
Great Marlborough Street, L.
Great Minories, by Towerhill, L. Mostly occupied by Gunsmiths.
Great Old Bailey, L. Here is Justice Hall, where Criminals are Tryed every Sessions for Capital Crimes, and other Misdemeanors.
Great Rider Street, in Bury street, near St. James's Street, L.
Great St. Andrew's Street, at the Six Dials, L.
Great St. Anne's Lane, W.
Great St. Helen's, by the Church of St. Mary Axe, L.
Great Stone Stairs, in Broad Street by Ratcliff Cross, L. Against this Place is an old Free School.
Great Street, near Brooks Market, L.
Great Tothill Street, W. At the East end hereof is a very ancient Gatehouse built of Stone, whither both Debtors and Felons are committed; and here are the Swan and two Necks and Fleece Inns, for the Entertainment of Man and Horse.
Great Towerhill, L. Here is an ancient Arsenal, said to be built by Julius Cesar, before the Birth of Christ. And on this Hill, Peers of the Realm are usually beheaded, for High Treason, and other Crimes. Great Tower Street, near the Tower, L.
Great Turnstile, in High Holbourn, L. Inhabited mostly by Milliners and Shoemakers.
Greek Street, by Soho Square, L.
Great Arbour Court, in little Moorfield, L.
Great Arbour Court, in little Old Baily, L.
Greens Alley, in the Broad Sanctury by St. Margaret's Church, W. Green Bank, in Tooly Street, S.
Green Dragon Court, at New Crane by Wapping, L.
Green Dragon Court, in the Broadway, W.
Greennutsers Lane, in Cannon Street, L.
Green Street, in Castle Street by Newport Market, L.
Green Street, by Theobalds Row, L.
Green Wall, by Christ Church, S.
Green Yard, in Horslydown, S.
Green Yard, in Tooly Street, S.
Green Yard, in Upper Ground, S.
Gregory Court, in High Holbourn, L.
Grey Eagle Street, in Spittlefields, L.
Grey Fryers, in Newport Street, L. so called from a Monastery of Grey Fryers founded herein in 1325, but afterwards it was converted into an Hospital for poor Fatherless Children, by King Edward 6th.
Greyhound Court, in Chick lane, L.
Greyhound Court, in Milford lane, L.
Greyhound Lane, in Whitechapel, L.
Greyhound Yard, in Upper Ground, S.
Grey's Yard, in Brand's Yard in the Great Minories, L.
GriffinsYard, in Blackman Street, L.
Grocers Alley, in the Poultry, L. In Grocers Hall here is kept the Bank of England.
Grub Street, by Market Street, W.
Grub Street, in Chizel Street, L. Tho' it goes by the Name down into Forestreet by lower Moorfield, yet it is not properly Grub Street any farther than the Post and Chain; and the other part of it ? in the Freedom or Liberty of the City, is Grape Street.
Guildhall Yard, by Guildhall, L. This Hall was first built by Sir Thomas Knolles, Lord Mayor of London, in the 12th Year of King Henry the fourth, Anno 1411; but after the Fire of London, it was built more magnificently, and adorned with rich Hangings, lively Effigies of Kings and Queens, many of the Nobility, Ministers of State, Judges, and Statues of the famous Giants Gogmagog and Corineus, and several Trophies taken from the French at the bloody Battle of Ramilles.
Gun Alley, in Barnaby Street, S.
Gun Alley, in Wellclose, L.
Gunpowder Alley, in Shoe lane, L.
Gun Yard, in Bishopsgatestreet without, L.
Gun Yard, in Houndsditch, L.
Gun Yard, near St. Mary Overy's Church, S.
Gutter Lane, in Cheapside, L.