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12 S. X FEB. 11, 1922.] NOTES AND QUERIES. 103 Turf Turk's Head Turk's Head (Locus unknown) Bell Savage Yard, Ludgate Hill Corner of Greek Street and Compton Street 1776 1719 1711 1751 1751 1753 1754 Turk's Head Turk's Head Bagnio York Street, Covent Garden . Bow Street, Covent Garden . 1745 Turk's Head Bagnio James Street, Golden Square . . Twelve Bells Twigger's Coffee and Punch House Two Black Boys . . Two Black Posts . . Two Blue Bells Two Blue Posts Two Brewers Two Brewers

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Two Moons . . Two Swans . . Unicorn Unicorn Unicorn Unicorn Beerhouse Union St. Bride's Lane Bishopsgate Street Without . Near Katherine Street, Strand. Maiden Lane Haymarket Cockpit Alley, Drury Lane Long Ditch, Westminster Ponders End Wardour Street (No. Ill) Southwark . . . . Bishopsgate Without Tooley Street Corner of Henrietta Street, Covent Garden South-west corner of the Hay- market HighHolborn, south side, oppo- site Red Lyon Street Cornhill 1741 1735 1754 1737 1738 1786 1755 1753 1732 1T45 1789 1720 1745 Howell's ' State Trials,' vol. 20, col. 595. Pearce's ' Amazing Duchess,' ii. 256. Applebee's Weekly Journal, June 20. ' London Topographical Record,' 1903, ii. 85. Post Boy, Oct. 9. "At Andlaby's Coffee House, the Turk's Head, in Greek Street, near Soho Square is an exact and true account of all the Blanks and Prizes that are drawn of the million and a half Lottery being brought from the Guildhall every hour of the day." Sadler's ' Masonic Facts and Fic- tions,' 1887, p. 70. Lane's ' Handy Book,' p. 187. Macmichael's ' Charing Cross,' p. 183. Heiron's ' Ancient Freemasonry/ 1921. Thornbury, iii. 178. La? wood, p. 428. ' N. & Q.,' Dec. 22, 1849. Simpson's ' London Taverns and Masonry,' p. 40. Thornbury, iii. 285. Jacobs, p. 163. Daily Advertiser, Jan. 24. Dobson's ' Hogarth,' p. 80. Kept by Mrs. Earle. Dobson's ' Hogarth,' p. 80. Kept by Alice Neal. Chancellor's ' Fleet Street,' p. 63. The County Journal, or The Craftsman, Nov. 1. Levander, A.Q.C., vol. xxix., 1916 Hammond, A.Q.C., vol. xxix., pp. o- 1 8 Sadler's ' Masonic Facts and Fic- tions,' 1887, p. 116. Levander, A.Q.C., vol. xxix., 1916. Lane's ' Handy Book,' p. 190. Levander, A.Q.C., vol. xxix., 1916. Tristram's ' Coaching Days and Coaching Ways,' 1893, p. 287. Rumbolt's ' Soho,' p. 199. ' Parish Clerks' Remarks of London/ p. 388. Rocque's * Survey.' London Museum : pewter tankard. Kept by J. Keys. Parker's ' Life's Painter of Varie- gated Characters. ' Levander, A.Q.C., vol. xxix., 1916. Wheatley's ' Bond Street,' plate 1. Larwood p. 388. Dasert's ' Piccadilly in Three Cen- turies,' 1920, p. 21. Rocque's ' Survey.' 1720 Daily Courant, Oct. 4. 1733 Daily Journal, Oct. 9. " Tickets in Lottery, 1733, bought and sold by Richard Shergold, broker, at his office by the Union Coffee House, over against Jonathan's in Ex- change Alley."