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Threadneedle Street runs east-west from Bishopsgate Street to Cornhill and the Stocks Market. It passed the north end of the Royal Exchange and was entirely in Broad Street Ward. Threadneedle Street, also called "Three Needle Street," is clearly visible on the Agas map. It curves southwest from St. Martin Outwich and the pump in Bishopsgate Street to St. Mary Woolchurch and the Cornhill Conduit. Stow describes the churches, halls, and the Royal Exchange in the street.
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- Chalfant, Fran C. Ben Jonson’s London: A Jacobean Placename Dictionary. Athens, GA: U of Georgia P, 1978. Print.
- Harben, Henry. A Dictionary of London. London: Henry Jenkins, 1918. Print. Rpt. British History Online. Web. [Harben’s Dictionary is organized alphabetically. One can also do keyword searches for words that occur within entries.]