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Disambiguation: This page points to the district known as Whitefriars. For the theatre, see the Whitefriars Theatre student project, by Laura Estill.
See also: Chalfant 198-9.
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- Chalfant, Fran C. Ben Jonson’s London: A Jacobean Placename Dictionary. Athens, GA: U of Georgia P, 1978. Print.
Mentions of this place in Internet Shakespeare texts
- No, to Whitefriars; there attend my coming. (Richard the Third (Modern))