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STREETS OF LONDON,
ANECDOTES OF THEIR MORE CELEBRATED RESIDENTS.
BY JOHN THOMAS SMITH,
LATE KEEPER OF THE PRINTS AND DRAWINGS IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM ;
AUTHOR OF "NOLLEKENS AND HIS TIMES,"
AND “A BOOK FOR A RAINY DAY."
EDITED BY CHARLES MACKAY.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
Temple-Bar-Heads of the Scotch Stuart Adherents affixed to-Civic
Ceremonies performed at—Fleet Street, memorabilia connected with,
Whitefriars (Alsatia) Convent first there—Sir Richard Grey-Shadwell's
" Squire of Alsatia”-Account of Lord Sanquhir, and his trial, and
New Fleet Market-Bolt Court and Dr. Johnson-Cobbett-The Scot-
tish Hospital-Procession of the Burning of the Pope-Roger North's
Founder of St. Bartholomew's Hospital-Long Lane, acts of incen-
diarism plotted there—The Barbican-Noble mansions there formerly
The Old College of Physicians—Anecdote of Dr. Garth-Ivy Lane-
Lovell's Court; Richardson wrote some of his works there-Panyer