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ELY HOUSE, GRAY'S INN, THAVIE'S INN, STAPLE
INN, BARNARD'S INN.
THE SECOND VOLUME.
Ely House in its Splendour.-Its Inhabitants.-Protector
Gloucester.-Bishops of Ely.-Feastings in Ely House.-Sir
Christopher Hatton and the Bishops of Ely.-Gray's Inn and
Masques Performed at Gray's Inn.
Masque. Celebrated Men who Studied at Gray's Inn.-
Thavie's Inn. Furnival's Inn. - Staple Inn.
RED LION SQUARE, GREAT ORMOND STREET,
BLOOMSBURY SQUARE, &c.
Cromwell's Supposed Grave in Red Lion Square.-Lamb's-
Conduit Fields.-Great Ormond Street.-Queen Square.-
Southampton Row.-Bloomsbury Square.-Burning of Lord
Mansfield's House.-Celebrated Persons who Lived in Blooms-
bury Square.-Highway Robberies.-Great Russell Street.-
Montague House, now the British Museum.-Duchess of
Cheapside at an Early Period called the "Crown Field."-
Tournaments held there.—Persons Executed at the Standard
in Cheapside." Evil May-Day."-Elizabeth's Coronation
Procession.-The Cross.-The Conduit. - Celebrated Resi-
dents in Cheapside.-Streets in the Vicinity." Mermaid
Tavern.” — Guildhall, Trial-scenes and Entertainments
there.—St. Mary-le-Bow." Crown-Sild."-Watling Street.
-Goldsmiths' and Coachmakers' Halls.
NEIGHBOURHOOD OF ST. PAUL'S.
Old Church of St. Martin's-le-Grand.-Abuse of Privilege
of Sanctuary there. Northumberland House.-St. Paul's
Churchyard, a Residence of Publishers.-Burning of Books
there during the Great Fire.-Execution of Sir Everard
Digby. Queen Anne.-Paternoster Row.-Lovell's Court.-
Warwick Lane.-Archbishop Leighton.-St. Paul's School.-
Heralds' College.-Doctors' Commons.-Ludgate Hill.-The
"Belle Sauvage."-Nell Gwynne.-St. Martin Ludgate.
ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL.
Wren's Discoveries when Digging the Foundation of St.
Paul's. Supposed to have been built on the site of a Roman
Temple. History of the Old Structures.-Church of St.
Faith. Bishop of London's Palace. Lollards' Tower.-
Wickliffe in St. Paul's. "Paul's Walkers " or "Paul's
Men."-Tombs in Old St. Paul's.-Paul's Cross.-Remark-
able Events there. Present St. Paul's. Sir Christopher
Derivation of word Old Bailey.—Great Antiquity of Court
of Justice there.-The Press Yard." Peine Forte et Dure."
-Major Strangeways.-Gaol Fever.-Newgate Prison.-Ivy
Lane. Pannier Alley.- Old Christ Church, Newgate.-
THE OLD BAILEY, NEWGATE, CHRIST'S HOSPITAL,
ST. SEPULCHRE'S CHURCH.
Persons Interred there.-Modern Christ Church, Newgate.-
Christ's Hospital.-St. Sepulchre's Church.-Curious Cere-
mony at Executions.—Pie Corner.-Green Arbour Court.
St. Bride's Church.- Persons Interred there.-Salisbury
Court. Richardson the Novelist.-Gough Square.-Anec-
dotes of Dr. Johnson.-Johnson's Court and Bolt Court.—
Wine-Office Court.-Anecdote of Goldsmith.-Old Conduit
in Fleet Street. Bangor House.-Mitre Court. - Crane
Court. - Devil Tavern and its Celebrated Frequenters.—
Residences of Eminent Men in Fleet Street.-Chancery Lane.
-Shire Lane.-Anecdote of Coleridge.-Kit-Cat Club.-St.
Dunstan's Church.-Its Old Dial. .
THE FLEET PRISON.
The Fleet used as a State Prison at an Early Date.-Per-
sons Incarcerated there: Bishops Gardiner and Hooper,-
Dr. Donne, Martin Keys,- Prynne, Lilburne, James
Howel, Lords Surrey and Falkland,-Sir Richard Baker,
-Oldys,-Wycherley,- Sandford.-Tyranny and Tortures
Practised in the Prison.-General Oglethorpe.-Prison Burnt
at the Great Fire.-Fleet Marriages.-Keith, the notorious
Fleet Parson. . 236
The Knights Templars.-The Origin, Habits, Duties, and
History of the Order.-Temple Church.-Effigies there.-
Temple Gardens.-The White and Red Rose.-Inner and
Middle Temple Halls.-Temple Lawyers.-Inner Temple
Gate and Lane.-Drs. Goldsmith and Johnson's Rooms.-
King's Bench Walk.-—Eminent Residents in the Temple.
Bad State of the Roads between the City and Palace
through the Strand.—Strand formed into a regular Street.—
Temple Bar.-Palsgrave Place.-Butcher Row.-Devereux
Court and Essex Street. Strand Lane. Church of St.
Clement Danes. Clement's, New, and Lyon's Inns. -
Arundel, Norfolk, and Howard Streets.-St. Mary-le-Strand.
-Maypole in the Strand.-Exeter 'Change.-Southampton
Street.-New Exchange, Strand.-The Adelphi.-Garrick's
Death.-Peter the Great.-Hungerford Market.
RESIDENCES OF THE OLD NOBILITY IN
Northumberland House.-Story of its Founder.-Hunger-
ford House.-York House.-Its Magnificence when Possessed
by the Duke of Buckingham.-Durham House.-Salisbury
and Worcester Houses.-Savoy Palace.-Its History.-Savoy
Chapel.-D'Oyley's Warehouse. Arundel House.- Essex
House. History of the Earls of Essex.
Lord Protector Somerset.-Materials used by him to Build
the House.-Henry Lord Hunsdon and Queen Elizabeth.-
Somerset House set apart for the Queens of Charles the First
and Second, and of James the Second.-Their Mode of Life
there. Somerset Stairs.-Causes of the Demolition of the Old
Building.-Curiosities Discovered at its Demolition.- Builder
of the Present Somerset House.-Expense of Building.
LAMBETH AND LAMBETH PALACE.
Manor of Lambeth.-Lambeth Palace.-Its Early History.
-Frequently used as a Prison.-Description of the Palace.—