Fleet Prison - This location, which occupies six acres, burned down in 1616 and was rebuilt in 1670.
The Prudence - This location is a simple and virtuous vessel with a fat cargo hold, used to make runs up and down the River Thames.
Church of St. Olave - This location is near the bridge of the Thames and marks where the waves of equal width are below the waterfront.
Chamberlains Wharf and Bridge Yard - These locations on the Thames Bridge are of equal length, allow communication with the nearby streets, and offer hinterland access.
London Bridge buildings - These locations were built by trial and error, and many of them overlook the Thames and often give way, falling into the river and killing their occupants.
Monmouth Street - This location is a thoroughfare off Leicester Fields, which joins two other streets like the tributaries of a river...
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