Doughty Street is a small street in the Holborn district of the London Borough of Camden. Holborn (ˈhoʊbɚn or /ˈhoʊbɝːn/ "ho bun" is an area of Central London, England The London Borough of Camden ( is a borough of London, England, which forms part of Inner London. The southern part is a continuation of the short John Street (home of the Law Commission), which comes off Theobalds Road. A Law Commission, or Law Reform Commission, is an independent body set up by a government to consider the state of laws in a jurisdiction and make recommendations on those The northern part crosses Guilford Street and ends at Mecklenburgh Square. Guilford Street is a road in Bloomsbury in central London, England. Mecklenburgh Square is in Camden, central London, England with historic terraced houses It is in the WC1 postal district. WC1 is a postcode district in the WC postcode area of London England
The street contains mainly Georgian houses now converted into offices and popular with companies in the legal profession and the media. Georgian architecture is the name given in most English -speaking countries to the set of Architectural styles current between 1720 and 1840
In the nineteenth century, it was an exclusive residential street and had gates at either end to restrict entry and these were manned by porters. 
- Charles Dickens Museum (No. The Charles Dickens Museum is at 48 Doughty Street in the district of Holborn, London, England. 48) - Charles Dickens lived here between 1837 and 1839 and wrote Oliver Twist in the house. Oliver Twist (1838 is Charles Dickens' second Novel. The book was originally published in Bentley's Miscellany as a serial His sister-in-law, Mary Hogarth died here. It has been a museum since 1925. 
- Authors Vera Brittain and Winifred Holtby shared a flat at No. Vera Mary Brittain ( 29 December 1893 – 29 March 1970) was an English writer feminist and pacifist best remembered as the Winifred Holtby ( June 23, 1898 - September 29, 1935) was an English novelist and journalist 52 in the 1920s and earlier Sydney Smith lived at No. This article is about the English writer Sydney Smith Sydney Smith ( June 3, 1771, Woodford, Essex England – 14. 
- The Spectator, a conservative magazine was based at No. For other uses see Spectator. The Spectator is a weekly British Magazine first published on 6 July 55 for many years until moving to new premises.
- 18 Doughty Street (Doughty Media Ltd. 18 Doughty Street was a British political internet-based broadcaster that hosted a Webcast as its chief product ), a conservative internet site.
- The British Thoracic Society, a medical professional body are at No. The British Thoracic Society (BTS is a specialist medical society in the United Kingdom in the field of respiratory medicine. 17.
- The Headquarters of international hair salon operators Toni & Guy are at No. Toni & Guy is a UK and US-based Hairdressing company History Toni & Guy is an international hair care business founded in London United Kingdom in 1963 19.
- The UK office of the US educational charity the Fulbright Commission are based at No. The Fulbright Program, including the Fulbright-Hays Program, is a program of grants for international educational exchange for scholars educators graduate 62.
- ^ Dickens House Museum
- ^ Dickens House Museum
- ^ English Heritage - London Blue Plaques
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