Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Tavern on the south side of Cheapside, just east of the Royal Exchange. Like many city taverns it lay back from the street and was approached by a narrow passage. It was kept (1660) by Francis Ringstead, vintner. After the Fire, it moved further east, its old site becoming a court. Source L&M.
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