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Chepe in the Fifteenth Century

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The streets and lanes of London within the walls were very nearly the same as they are at present, except for the great thoroughfares constructed within the last thirty years. That is to say, when one entered at Lud Gate and passed through Paul's Churchyard, he found himself in the broad street, the market place of the City, known as Chepe.

Author
The History of London
By Walter Besant
1894
Available from gutenberg.org
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