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The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - C3.

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Chelsea Pensioner, Mrs. Georgiana Eliza Smith, 1 & 2 Queen’s Road, Chelsea SW
Chepstow Tavern, Mrs. Emily Allen, 39 Chepstow Place W
Chequers, Mrs. Mary Ann Elizabeth Neal, 16 Duke Street, St. James SW
Chequers, Richard Alfred Robinson, 25 Worship Street EC
Chequers & Greenland Fisher, Thomas Henry Price, 36 Wapping Wall E
Cherry Tree, Mrs. Alice Dalby, 111 Back Church Lane E
Cherry Tree, Edward Hards, 50 Cherry Garden Street SE
Cherry Tree, Harry M. Jackson, 321 Brunswick Road, Poplar E
Cherry Tree, Edwin Woollard, 94 Whitecross Street EC
Cheshire Cheese, John Phillips Hocking, 48 Crutchedfriars EC
Chester Arms, Thomas Robert Brown, 83 Albany Street NW
Chester Arms, Horace Green, 27 Chester Terrace, Eaton Square SW
Chichester, George Ashley, Lower Road SE
Childe Harold, Charles Trott, 20 Railway Street E
China Hall, John Holland Crump, 141 Lower Road SE
China Ship, Mrs. Emily Sly, 4 Little Hermitage Street, Wapping E
Chippenham Hotel, Frederick Seaward, Shirland Road W
Churchill Arms, Henry Blundell, 9 Peel Place, Silver Street W
Citizen, James Reginald March, 70 Houndsditch E
City Arms, William Binfield, 273 City Road EC
City Arms, John Elias Brook, 56 West Square SE
City Arms, Arthur James Davis, 134 Devon’s Road, Bromley E
City Arms, Duncan Jenkins, 198 High Street, Deptford SE
City Arms, Jones Brothers, 6 Blomfield Street EC
City Arms, Percy A. Millis, 31 Great Tower Street EC
City Arms, George Francis Parsons, 1 West Ferry Road E
City Boundary Tavern, John Jervis, 109 Aldersgate Street EC
City of Canton, Walter James Bush, 4 Upper North Street, Poplar E
City of Carlisle, Mrs. Ann Finnigan, 60 Royal Mint Street E
City of Gloucester, James Henry Millar, 1 St. Leonard’s Terrace, Chelsea SW
City of Hereford, Charles Gillard, 10 King’s Place, Portman Square W
City of Hereford, George Garibaldi Rich, 37 Cleveland Street W
City of London, Harry Weber Brown & Co., 11 Bishopsgate Street Within EC
City of London Tavern, Robert Stephen Couch, 338 City Road EC
City of London Tavern, George Cracknell, 107 York Road N
City of New York, Walter Porter, Hand Court, Holborn WC
City of Norwich, Mark Myers, 111 Wentworth Street, Spitalfields E
City of Quebec, George Henry Shepherd, 540 Oxford Street W
City of Salisbury, Isaac Dolden, Tooley Street SE
City of Salisbury, Thomas Edward Gill, 89 Rodney Road SE
City Scotch Stores, Charles William Fink, 27 Knightrider Street EC
City of York, Edward Gentry, 126 York Road N
Civet Cat, John Aickman Wells, 74 Kensington High Street W
Clachan, Robert Francis Elphinstone Morison, 16 Sherborne Lane EC; Mitre Court, Fleet Street EC & 18 King Street, Regent Street W
Clare Hall, Joseph Tibbits, 269 Oxford Street, Stepney E
Claremont Arms, Albert Frederick William Chinnery, 32 Upper Grange Road SE
Clarence, Thomas Collingwood, 88 Aldersgate Street EC
Clarence, Janes Brothers, 148 North End Road W
Clarence, Francis Henry Penney, 4 Dover Street W
Clarence, James Bazley Ponsford, 99 Kentish Town Road NW
Clarence, Henry Harley Stephens, 1 Gledhow Terrace, South Kensington SW
Clarence Tavern, James Hooper, 240 Seven Sisters Road N

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