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This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the UK South London Post Office Directory in 1896; This is one of the earlier London Suburbs directories that lists Pubs and street addresses as London instead of the local county.
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Imperial (The), Carlos Bros, 57 Hornsby Road, Peckham
Imperial Hotel, Henry Paice Stuart, The Square, Richmond
Imperial Arms, Berkeley Wiskar, Chislehurst Road, Chislehurst
Ivanhoe hotel, Hy. Phillips, 28 Ivanhoe Road, Camberwell
Inverness Arms, Frank Evans, 27 Inverness Place, Plumstead
Invitation tavern, Chas. Alfred Martin, 39 Auckland road, New Wandsworth
Ironfounders Arms, G. E. Pearce, Norman Road, Greenwich
Ironmongers Arms, Ibbetson James Barclay, 353 Lyham Road, Brixton hill & 42 New Park road, Brixton
Jeffreys Arms, Henry Speight, 27 Paradise rd. Clapham
Jenny Lind, Alfred Collett, Carshalton road, Sutton
Joiners Arms, Mark Wheeler, 45 Denmark hill
Jolly Butchers, John Twist, 2 High Street, Kingston
Jolly Farmers, Fredk. Thos Hartnoll, Saw mills, Crayford
Jolly Gardener, Mrs. M. A. Howard, West End, Mortlake
Jolly Gardeners, Frank A. Kettley, Mitcham road, Croydon
Jolly Gardeners, W. R. Woolgar, Coopers Arms Lane, Putney
Jolly Sailor, John Thomas Chapman, High Street, South Norwood
This is available at the University of Leicester site
@ http://www.historicaldirectories.org/ - thank you for an excellent resource.