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The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - O.

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Oakley Arms, Charles Baxter, 22 Hall Street EC
Oakley Arms, Robert Alexander Fairbairn, 72 Oakley Street SE
Octavius Arms, Mrs. Florence Wheatley, Payne Street, Deptford SE
Odell Arms, Joseph Wilson, 41 Limerston Street SW
Offord Arms, Thomas Carrington, 388 Caledonian Road N
Old Axe, Edward John Rose & Co., 69 Hackney Road NE
Old Bell, Baker Brothers, 95 Fleet Street EC
Old Bell, Benjamin Levy, 23 Wellington Street WC
Old Bell, Leonard Walter Treadaway, 123 Holborn EC
Old Blue Last, Francis Brien, 38 Great Eastern Street EC
Old Brown Bear, Herbert James Cathie, 79 Aldersgate Street EC
Old Buck’s Head, Francis George Ferris, 81 Lower Thames Street EC
Old Bunch of Grapes, Charles Edward Goody, 97 Bermondsey Street SE
Old Burton Coffee House, Isaac Smith Manley, 1 Freeman’s Court, Cheapside EC
Old Chapter, George Tomalin & Co., 49 & 50 Paternoster Row EC
Old Cherry Tree, George Witherall, 64 Kingsland Road NE
Old Cheshire Cheese, Jacob Bender, 61 Mount Pleasant, Gray’s Inn Road WC
Old Cheshire Cheese, Mrs. Charlotte Elizabeth Soper, 5 Little Essex Street, Strand WC
Old City Arms, Henry Edgson, 206 Weston Street SE
Old Coffee House, Joseph Leonard Taylor, 49 Beak Street, Regent Street W
Old Commodore, John Christopher Armstrong, 209 Poplar High Street E
Old Commodore, Jacob Hershman, 46 Old Montague Street E
Old Crown, William Chapman, 33 New Oxford Street WC
Old Crown, Mrs. Edith Judge, 182 Brick Lane E
Old Duke William, Charles Henry Bonnor, 9 Old Gravel Lane E
Old Eagle, Horace Alfred Huntly, 251 Great College Street NW
Old England, William Mills, 37 Delamere Crescent, Upper Westbourne Terrace W
Old Farm House, Alfred Andrews, 291 Kentish Town Road NW
Old Five Bells, Heinrich Rock, 152 St. Leonard Street E
Old Fountain, James Hurley, 3 Baldwin Street, City Road EC
Old Fountain, Martin Shelton, 4 Little Catherine Street, Strand WC
Old George, Francis Blewitt, 64 Red Lion Street, Wapping E
Old George, Hermon Francis Bromfield, 275 Whitechapel Road E
Old George, John Henry Murray, 40 Queen Anne Street W
Old George, Charles Henry Phillips, 62 Stowage, Deptford SE
Old George, Mrs. Ann Smith, 61 Church Street, Kensington W
Old George, Edward Worsfold, 58 Stanhope Street, Clare Market WC
Old Gibraltar, Joseph Spilling, 193 Evelyn Street SE
Old Globe, David Punnett, 191 Mile End Road E
Old Halfway House, George Spice, 50 Webber Street, Blackfriars Road SE
Old Holborn Bars, Henry Finch, 333 High Holborn WC
Old Holywell, Edward John Rose & Co., 165 Shoreditch High Street E
Old Ivy House, August Kritsche, 166 Goswell Road EC
Old Justice, George Fowler, 177 Southwark Bridge Road SE
Old Justice, Charles Hearn, 94 Bermondsey Wall SE

Transcribed by Lyn Yates

And Last updated on: Sunday, 14-Feb-2016 13:58:53 GMT

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