They had crossed Smithfield together, and Clennam was left alone at the corner of Barbican.
Lunch over, he lit a cigar, and strolled in the direction of the Barbican.
I will be off the landing-place at the Barbican with a boat.
The barbican was named Bevis's Tower from this legendary story.
Some remains of the old Barbican were to be seen here in the last century.
He dyed about 1647; buried in Cripplegate church, from his house in the Barbican.
The said suburb extended from the Barbican of the city as far as the corner of the said city.
A voice from the guardroom in the barbican answer'd him through the darkness.
The original church was founded in the year 1760, in the Barbican.
He heard the voices of the sentries in the barbican as they conversed with the newcomers.