Drury House was a historic building on Wych Street, London. It was the house of Sir Robert Drury, who Drury Lane was named after. It was a meeting place for Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex and his accomplices in 1601, when they were plotting against Elizabeth I.
It was later rebuilt as Craven House.
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