SOURCE: REMARKS ON LONDON, being an Exact Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, Borough of Southwark... By W. Stow., London, 1722.
Walbrook, by Stocks Market, L. Noted for Furriers.
Walker's Court, in Knaves Acre, L.
Walnut Tree Court, in Bishopsgatestreet without, L.
Walnut Tree street, in Tooly Street, S.
Walton Court, by Holbourn Bars, L.
Walton Court, on Lambeth Hill, L.
Wapping Dock street, L.
Wapping Wall, L. Here is a Plying-place for Watermen, opposite to Shackbury's Walk, called King James's Stairs.
Wardour street, by Tweet Street, L.
Wardrobe Court, in Great Carter lane, L. Here-about was kept the Great Wardrobe of the Kings of England many Years, in an old House built (but in the Great Fire, Anno 1666, burnt down) by Sir John Beauchamp, Son to Guy de Beauchamp Earl of Warwick; which after the Death of the Founder, Anno 1339, was sold to King Edward the Third, and King Richard the Third kept his Court here; and several of the Gentlemen of the Wardrobe dwelt in it.
Ward's Rents, by Saffronhill, L.
Warwick Court, by Grays Inn, L.
Warwick Court, in Warwick lane, L.
Warwick Lane, by Paternoster Row, L. Here stands the College of Physicians.
Warwick Street, by Marybone Street, L.
Warwick Street, near Charing Cross, L. Here the Dutchess Dowager of Shrewsbury has an House.
Warwick Yard, by Bedford Row, L.
Watercock Alley, in East Smithfield, L.
Water Lane, by the Customhouse, L.
Water Lane, in Blackfryers, L. Here is a Plying-place for Watermen.
Water Lane, in Fleetstreet, L.
Water Street, by Bridewell Precinct near Fleetditch, L.
Water Street, near Arundel Street in the Strand, L.
Watkins's Rents, in Barnaby Street, S.
Weavers Lane, in Horslydown, S.
Web's Square, in Shoreditch, L.
Weedon Street, in Chancery lane, L.
Well Alley, in the Great Minories, L.
Well Alley, in Wapping, L.
Well and Bucket Alley, near Ironmonger Row in Old Street, L.
Well and Bucket Court, near Ironmonger Row in Old Street, L.
Well Close, near Ratcliff Highway, L. Here is a Church built by the Swedes of the Lutheran Persuasion.
Well Court, in Bow lane in Cheapside, L.
Well Street, in Rosemary lane, L.
Well Street, near King Edward's Row by Whitechapel, L.
Well Yard, by St. Bartholomew's Hospital in Long Walk, L.
Westharding Street, in Fetter lane, L.
West Lane, by Southwark Wall, S. This Lane divides Southwark, next the River of Thames, from Rotherhith vulgarly called Reddriff.
Westminster Market, W. The Market Days here, are on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Westmoreland Court, in Bartholomew Close, L.
West Smithfield, L. Here is St. Bartholomew's Hospital, founded by Rayhere, in the Year 1102, and refounded by King Henry the Eight, Anno 1546, for the use now of sick and mained People. On Mondays and Fridays a Market is kept in and about the Rounds, for all sorts of live Cattle. Again, this Place is noted for having been the Slaughterhouse of bloody Queen Mary, who caused many Christains to suffer Martyrdom here, and in many other places in England.
West Street, by Spittlefields Market, L.
Whalebone Court, in Lothbury, L.
Wheatsheaf Alley, in Barnaby Street, L.[Possibly should be S.?]
Wheelbarrow Alley, in Rosemary lane, L.
Wheeler Street, in Spittlefields, L.
Wheeler's Yard, in the Great Minories, L.
Whetstones Park, by Lincolns Inn Fields, L. 'Twas formerly a Receptacle of wanton Does, till in the Reign of King Charles the Second they were routed out by the Mob; to suppress which Riot, the King's Life Guard were obliged to go in Arms against them.
Whister's Yard, at Mill Bank, W.
Whistler's Court, in Oxford Court by St. Swithin's Church in Cannon Street, L.
Whitcomb Court, in Whitcomb street, L.
Whitcomb Street, in Piccadilly, L.
White Bear Alley, in Whitechapel, L.
White Bear Court, in Kent street, S.
Whitechapel Row, by Whitechapel Square, L.
Whitechapel Square, at Whitechapel, L.
Whitechapel, without Aldgate, L.
Whitecock Alley, in Thames street, L.
Whitecross Alley, in Middle Moorfield, L.
Whitecross Street, by St. Giles's Church without Cripplegate, L.
Whitecross Street, in Forestreet by Moorfields, L.
Whitecross Street, in Queen Street, S.
Whitefryers Dock, at the end of Water lane in Fleetstreet, L.
Whitehall, W. It was a Royal Palace, but consum'd with Fire, excepting the Banquetting-house, in the Reign of King William the Third.
White Hart Alley, in Long lane, L.
White Hart Court, by St. Botolph's Church without Bishopsgate, L.
White Hart Court, in Castle Street near the Meuse, L.
White Hart Court, in Old Street, L.
White Hart Court, in Warwick Street by Charing Cross, L.
White Hart Lane, by Queen's Square, W.
White Hart Street, in Catherine street in the Strand, L.
White Hart Street, in Warwick Street, L.
White Hart Yard, in the Broadway, W.
White Head Court, in Duke's Place, L.
White Hind Court, in Bishopsgatestreet without, L.
White Horse Alley, at Cow Cross, L.
White Horse Alley, in Barnaby Street, S.
White Horse Alley, in Kent Street, S.
White Horse Alley, in Chick lane, L.
White Horse Alley, in St. John's Street by West Smithfield, L.
White Horse Court, in the Borough, S.
White Horse Court, on Addle Hill, L.
White Horse Lane, in White Horse Street near Ratcliff Highway, L.
White Horse Street, near Ratcliff Highway, L.
White Horse Yard, in Drury lane, L. A Place of Call for Journeymen Taylors; and takes its Name from the Sign of the White Horse, an Alehouse kept by one Jewkes.
White Horse Yard, in Kent street, S.
White Horse Yard, in King Street, W.
White Lion Alley, in Birchin lane, L.
White Lion Court, in Barbican, L.
White Lion Court, in Cornhill, L.
White Lion Court, in Fleetstreet, L.
White Lion Street, at the Six Dials, L. It carries the same Name through another Street.
White Lion Street, in Rosemary lane, L.
White Rose Alley, in Whitecross Street, L.
White Rose Court, near St. Stephen's Church in Coleman Street, L.
White Row, by Smock Alley, L.
White's Alley, in Chancery lane, L.
White's Alley, in little Moorfield, L.
White's Alley, in Long Ditch, W.
White's Alley, in Lothbury, L.
White's Alley, near London Wall by Bedlam, L.
White Street, in Horslydown, S.
White Street, near Kent Street, S.
White Yard, in Rosemary lane, L.
White Yard, in Whitecross Street, L.
White's Ground, in Horslydown, S.
Wich Alley, in Wich Street, L.
Wich Street, in Drury lane, L.
Widegate Street, in Bishopsgatestreet without, L.
Wild Court, in Great Wild Street, L. Built where Wild House formerly stood, which was plunder'd by the Rabble to the Value of 100000 Pounds, where a Spanish Ambassadour dwelt, a little after the late King William landed at Torbay.
Wilderness, in Salisbury Court in Fleetstreet, L.
Wild Passage, in Drury lane, L.
Wild Rents, in Long Lane, S.
Wild Street, by Great Queen Street, L.
Winchester Close, near St. Mary Overy's Church, S.
Winchester Court, in Mugwell Street, L.
Winchester Street, at London Wall by Bedlam, L.
Winchester Street, near St. Mary Overy's Church, S.
Winchester Yard, near St. Mary Overy's Church, S.
Winckles Court, in Pallmall, L.
Windmill Alley, on St. Margaret's Hill, S. Not far from it, on the same side of the way, is the Talbot Inn; where Sir Jeffery Chaucer, and 29 Pilgrims, lodg'd in their Journey to Canterbury, in 1383.
Windmill Hill, by Upper Moorfield, L.
Windmill Street, against the Hay Market, L.
Windsor Court, in Drury lane, L.
Windsor Court, in Mugwell Street, L.
Windsor Court, in the Strand, L.
Wine Court, in Bishopsgatestreet without, L.
Wine Court, in Harp Alley in Shoe lane, L.
Wine Office Court, in Fleetstreet, L.
Wisdom's Alley, near the Horse Ferry, W.
Wiseman's Court, in King street, W.
Wood's Close, near Goswell Street, L.
Wood's Court, at Norton Faldgate, L.
Woodstock Street, by New Bond Street, L.
Wood Street, by Peter Street, W.
Wood Street, in Cheapside, L. Here is a Prison called the Comptor, for the Confinement of Debtors and Criminals.
Woollpack Ally [sic], in Houndsditch, L.
Woollsack Alley, by Farthing Alley near Maze Pond, S.
Wooll Staple, in Channel Row, W.
Wormwood Street, by Bishopsgate within, L.
Worsted Street, in Queen Street, S.
Wrestlers Alley, against London Wall by Bedlam, L.
Wyeber Alley, on Addle Hill, L.