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All Hallows, Honey Lane a small church yard upon which stood, before the fire of London, the small church of the above name. Being a very small parish it was United by act of Parliament to that of St. Mary-Le-Bow in Cheapside. It is directory, the advowson of which Is in the Grocers Company, which since its union with the above named parish, and that of St. Pancras Soper Lane, present alternately with the Archbishop of Canterbury. Honey Lane Market, small as it is, occupies the site of two ancient parish churches; the one at the head of this article, And that of St. Mary Magdalen Milk Street, which was also destroyed by the great fire in 1666. [See St. Mary Le Bow]
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