Plaque

Bull and Mouth Inn - St Martin's le Grand

Inscription

Site of the Bull and Mouth Inn, demolished 1888.
The Corporation of the City of London

Site: 3 blue plaques and a keystone head (4 memorials)

EC1, St Martin's le Grand, Nomura House

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Bull and Mouth Inn - St Martin's le Grand

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Bull and Mouth Inn

A coaching inn. From British History: "Burnt in the {1666 Great} Fire and reb...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Bull and Mouth Inn - St Martin's le Grand

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Corporation of the City of London

In addressing the 'square mile' concept Londonist has provided a potted histo...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Bull and Mouth Inn - St Martin's le Grand

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French Protestant Church - St Martin's le Grand

French Protestant Church - St Martin's le Grand

Site of the French Protestant Church, demolished 1888. The Corporation of the...

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Henry Raikes keystone

Henry Raikes keystone

Raikes was the Postmaster General who commissioned this building for the Gene...

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Northumberland House - St Martin's le Grand

Northumberland House - St Martin's le Grand

Site of Northumberland House The Corporation of the City of London

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Nearby Memorials

George Eliot - SW3

George Eliot - SW3

SW3, Cheyne Walk, 4

Eliot moved here in December 1880 with her new husband, John Cross, and died here just 3 weeks later.

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
Sir Charles MacKerras

Sir Charles MacKerras

NW8, Hamilton Terrace, 10

Sir Charles MacKerras, CH, AC, CBE, 1925 - 2010, conductor and musicologist, lived here. The Public Memorials Appeal

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
Claudia Jones

Claudia Jones

W10, Portobello Road / Tavistock Sq

Unveiled during the Notting Hill Carnival, 2008.

2 subjects commemorated, 2 creators
Royal National Institute for the Deaf

Royal National Institute for the Deaf

WC1, Gower Street, 105

This building was opened as the headquarters of the National Institute for the Deaf by His Majesty King George VI when HRH the Duke of Yo...

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
St Margaret, Fish Street Hill - previous building

St Margaret, Fish Street Hill - previous building

EC3, Monument Street

2021: We noticed that the site has been rebuilt and the plaque (now slightly damaged, but our photo does not show that) positioned on the...