London, the end of Paternoster Row, where the monks finished
their Pater Noster, on Corpus Christi Day, as they went in
procession to St. Paul's Cathedral. They began in Paternoster Row with
the Lord's prayer in Latin, which was continued to the end of the
street; then said Amen, at the corner or bottom of the Row; then
turning down Ave-Maria Lane, commenced chanting the “Hail, Mary!” then
crossing Ludgate, they chanted the Credo. Amen Lane no longer
Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894
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