Langley's House, Broadgate
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|The Leet book in 1473 describes a "place called the Cardenalles hatt in the Erle-strete, called Langleyes house".
Mary Dormer Harris in her book Life in an Old English Town states that the Crown in Broadgate stood "hard by the Langley's inn", which is backed up by a charter of 1471 describing the Cardinal's Hat as being next to Le Crown in Broadgate - firmly placing the two inns next to each other.|
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