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New Court, Old Broad Street - New London Street

A Dictionary of London. Originally published by H Jenkins LTD, London, 1918.

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New Court, Old Broad Street

South-east out of Old Broad Street, in Broad Street Ward, at No.7 (Rocque, 1746-Elmes, 1831).

Rebuilt as offices and chambers.

New Court, St, Katherine's Square

See Katherine's (St.) New Court.

New Court, Throgmorton Street

South out of Throgmorton Street, in Broad Street Ward, at No.8 (P.O. Directory).

First mention; O. and M. 1677.

New Fish Street

In St. Nicholas parish, temp. John (Anc. Deeds, A. 2588).

There are numerous references to " nova piscaria," " the new fishmarket," in old records, and a few, similar to the above, which seem to refer to a street of this name in the neighbourhood of Old Fish Street. Perhaps some portion of Old Fish Street was so named. But it is not easy to identify it or to locate its position accurately. Most of the notices of a street so named refer to the one in Bridge Ward Bridge Street (q.v.).

New Fish Street Hill

See Fish Street Hill.

New George Court

See George Court, Gravel Lane.

New Hospital without Bishopsgate

See Mary (St.) Spital and Old Bethlehem Hospital.

New Inn

A messuage called "le Newin" in Chauncellerelane, 42 Ed. III. (Hust. Roll 96, No.218).

Granted to Ric. Chaddesle, 49 Ed. III. (ib. 103, No.44).

New Inn

On the west side of the Old Bailey, adjoining Fleet Prison (Horwood, 1799-Lockie, 1816).

Stow describes New Inn in his day as in St. George's Lane, on the north side, where was an olde wall of stone inclosing a piece of ground up Seacole lane, wherein by report sometimes stood an Inne of Chancery. Greatly decayed. Removed to a common hostery called of the signe "our Lady Inne," not far from Clements Inn, which was procured from Sir John Fincox. Lord Chiefe Justice of the King's bench and called by the name of "the new Inne" (S. 391).

This would be " New Inn," Wych Street.

New Inn

In parish of St. Benedict in Tamystrete, in ward of Castle Baynard.

First mention : "le Newe Inne," 1 H. VI. (Cal. P.R. H. VI. 1422-9, p.86).

Came into the king's hands by forfeiture of John Montagu, earl of Salisbury, 16 H. VI. 1437 (ib. 1436-41, p.120).

Otherwise called" Beaumont Inne" (q.v.), 4 Ed. IV. 1464 (ib. Ed. IV. 1461-7, p.354).

New Key

The New Key as rebuilt after the Great Fire is shown in O. and M. 1677, extending along the river front from the Tower west to Queenhithe, replacing many of the old wharfs which originally stood there.

New King's Head Court

In Houndsditch, in Portsoken Ward (P.C. 1732).

Not named in the maps.

New Lane

See Fetter Lane.

New Lane.

-Lease by Robert de Suthle, blader and Avice, his wife to Robert de Lenne, vintner, of a cellar and sollar in "la Newe lane" in parish of St. Martin Vintry for six years from Michaelmas, 32 Ed. I. 1304 (Cal. L. Bk. C. p.194).

Not further identified.

New London Street

North out of Hart Street, at No.10, to London Street (P.O. Directory). In Tower Ward.

First mention : Horwood, 1799. In Horwood the name is given to London Street as well.

Former names of courts occupying the site: "Crosseley's Court" (O. and M. 1677). Crosseys or Angel Court" (Strype, Ed. 1720, I. ii. 53). " Crosleys Square " (Strype, 1720 and 1755). "Three Tun Court" (Rocque, 1746). "Crosley Court," now "New London Street" (Povah's Annals of St. Olave, Hart Street, p.159).

The Three Tuns Tavern stood there in 1667 (Pepys' Diary).