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The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - Bl.

This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the London Post Office Directory in 1899; it lists an alphabetical listing of these Public Houses in London, the Publicans and also has links to the relevant Public House page listing of the Licensees, Bar persons and Boarders and Lodgers etc. All information on these pages comes from London census, Post Office and Kelly Directory, plus any information and pictures supplied by You.

Transcribed by Lyn Yates

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Black Lion, Edgar Edmund Bigg, 11 Whitefriars Street EC
Black Lion, Mrs. Lilla Charlotte Bucklow, 35 Church Street, Chelsea SW
Black Lion, Henry Bugler, 63 Hanbury Street E
Black Lion, Robert Egan, 272 High Road, Kilburn NW
Black Lion, William Joseph Mabey, 6 Bishopsgate Street Within EC
Black Lion, Mrs. Harriet Naish, 226 Shaftesbury Avenue WC
Black Lion, George Harry Hook Pryor, 22 Bayswater Terrace W
Black Prince, Mrs. Eliza Hackman, 151 Princes Road, Lambeth SE
Black Prince, John Holt, 29 Walworth Road SE
Black Raven, Samuel Mossman, 136 Bishopsgate Street Without EC
Black Swan, Thomas William Keen, 6 Carter Lane EC
Black Swan, Christian Lauterwasser, 54 Bermondsey Street SE
Black Swan, Michael Lipman, 23 Hanbury Street E
Black Swan, Mrs. Cecilia Maria Morton, 148 Bow Road E
Blackamoor’s Head, Alfred Stephen Yardley, 8 Whitcomb Street, Pall Mall East WC
Blacksmith’s Arms, George Richard Hall, 257 Rotherhithe Street SE
Blackstock Park Hotel, Edwin Morgan, 284 Seven Sisters Road N
Blade Bone, Richard Hough, 185 Bethnal Green Road E
Blakeneys Head, William Henry Chaplin, 56 Cable Street E
Blantyre Arms, Mrs. Sarah Ann Edwards, 29 Blantyre Street SW & World’s End Passage, Chelsea SW
Bleeding Heart, Charles Ford, 19 Charles Street, Hatton Garden EC
Blenheim, Frederick George Barrett, 21 Loudoun Road NW
Blenheim, Walter Ruffhead, 94 New Bond Street W
Blenheim, Frederick Vogt, 27 Cale Street, Chelsea SW
Blenheim Arms, Arthur Berry, 2 Ramilies Street, Oxford Street W
Blind Beggar, Charles Martin, 173 Whitechapel Road E
Block Tavern, Charles Joseph Baldock, 133 Shepherdess Walk N
Bloemfontein (The), John Charles Hatcher, 22 Great Chapel Street W
Blue Anchor, Robert Baskett, 102 Brook Street, Ratcliff E
Blue Anchor, Samuel Bertin, 80 Cable Street E
Blue Anchor, Henry J. William Bose, 21 Dock Street, Upper East Smithfield E
Blue Anchor, William Brown, 97 Tanner Street SE
Blue Anchor, Joseph Edward Crow, 136 White Horse Street E
Blue Anchor, Richard Drake, 67 High Street, Bromley E
Blue Anchor, Hermann Faustmann, 67A Whitechapel Road E
Blue Anchor, George Jarvis, Bell Court, 164 Fenchurch Street EC
Blue Anchor, David Irving Law, 93 York Street, Westminster SW
Blue Anchor, Rowland William Speed, 251 Southwark Park Road SE
Blue Anchor, Edward White, 225 Mile End Road E
Blue Anchor Tavern, Sydney Bartlett, 26 St. Mary-at-Hill EC
Blue Boar’s Head, Edward Lincoln, 3 King Street, Westminster SW
Blue Coat Boy, John Henry Gage, 5 Norton Folgate NE
Blue Coat Boy, Alfred Holder, 415 City Road EC
Blue Coat Boy, William James Turner, 32 Dorset Street, Spitalfields E
Blue Eyed Maid, David Brown, 173 Borough High Street SE
Blue Last, Charles Stone, Broadway, Ludgate Hill EC
Blue Last, James Whitaker, 3 Dorset Street, Fleet Street EC
Blue Lion, Edward Haywood Raven, 133 Gray’s Inn Road WC
Blue Post, Thomas Janes, 14 Rupert Street, Coventry Street W
Blue Posts, Robert Augustus Arlidge, 22 Berwick Street, Soho W
Blue Posts, James Clark, 32 Old Bond Street

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