The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent, vol. 3Allen, Thomas
Vaults, Gerard's Hall.
These vaults, which appear to have been erected early in the century, are in excellent preservation, and are used as wine cellars. They consist of series of circular columns supporting an arched roof, the intersections being ornamented with roses, and grotesque carvings.
On the west side of , amongst divers fair and large houses for merchants, and inns for passengers, was a prison house, appertaining to the sheriffs of London, called