A Dictionary of London. Originally published by H Jenkins LTD, London, 1918.
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Little Knightrider Street
Little Lombard Street
Tenement of Robert Cok with houses and gardens in the parish of All Hallows "atte walle" called "littellondon," situate near a tenement belonging to the work of London Bridge, extending from the highway near London Wall north as far as the ditch of Walbrok south, 1388 and 1434 (Ct. H.W. II. p. 268 and 472).
Little Love Lane
Little Manor Row
The bounds of Little Minories are set out in Letters Patent of James II. as follows : At the south-west corner near Heydon Yard Gate at the house of John Rushden northward to the street side 16 poles to the house of Dodson, this is the front of Little Minories west, thence east to a brick wall 9 poles, thence north through the house of Wm. Callie close up to the wall, 13 poles, thence eastward along the wall, which is the north side of the parish to the easternmost bounds or wall, 18 ft., thence south to the bottom of the orchard, houses and stables, some in possession of Sir Wm. Pritchard, 28 poles. Thence east through Heydon Yard Gate to the middle of the channel in the Minories, 23 poles. Between the channel and the houses, in a space enclosed by rails and trees 23 ft. broad (Bayley, II. p. cxx.).