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The Great Fire of London (1666) broke out at Master Farryner’s, the king’s baker, in Pudding Lane, and after three nights and three days was arrested at Pie Corner. St. Paul’s Cathedral, eighty-nine other churches, and 13,200 houses were burnt down.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Fingers Ends
Fingered
Fingle-fangle (A)
Finished to the Finger-nail
Finny Tribe
Finsbury (London)
Fion
Fir-cone
Fir-tree (The)
Fire. (Anglo-Saxon, fyr; Greek, pur.)
Fire
Fire Away!
Fire First
Fire-balloon
Fire-brand
Fire-drake or Fire-dragon
Fire-eaters
Fire-new
Fire-ship
Fire Up (To)
Fire Worship