Hugh broke open the tollhouses there during the Gordon Riots ( Bleeding Heart Yard - A cobbled courtyard off Greville Street in the Farringdon area of the City of London.
The courtyard is probably named after a 16th-century inn sign dating back to the Reformation that was displayed on a pub called the Bleeding Heart in nearby Charles Street.
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The sign showed the heart of the Virgin Mary pierced by five swords.
The Plornish family lives here and the factory owned by Daniel Doyce and Arthur Clennam was here ( Bond Street (Map: D-3) - Area of Fashionable shops in Northwest London. Grewgious is considering renting for Rosa Bud, says "It is not Bond Street nor yet St.
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It was designed to provide the reader of Dickens' works with a better understanding of the places that occur in the novels.
The Black Friars were Dominican monks who set up a priory in the area in 1221.
The name distinguished them from the adjacent priory of Carmelite monks, the White Friars, at Bridewell.
The Adelphi (Map: D-6) - Elegant housing complex along the Thames built by the Adam brothers in the 1760s and torn down in the 1930s. David Copperfield lodges in Mrs Crupp's house here ( Astley's Royal Equestrian Amphitheatre (Map: F-7) - Popular outdoor amphitheatre which mixed theatre with circus including equestrian performances.
Robert Astley, who opened the theatre in 1774, is considered a pioneer of the modern circus.