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    Post Office Trade Directory in 1915, from 140 to 180  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

     ... here is Pelham Street ...

    140 Black Eagle, Mrs Ethel Harriet Egan
    142 Isenberg Harris, tailor
    144 Edwards Max, fried fish shop
    146 Pringle Robert, pewterer
    148 Brasier Charles, dining rooms

    ... here is Saul Street ...

    ... here is Buxton Street ...

    154 Two Brewers, Frank Albert Jennings
    156 Cohen Marks, confectioner
    158 Barlow Solomon, herbalist
    160 Pearlman Aaron, dining rooms
    160 Miller George Hy, silversmith
    160 Perstein Krenvi & Son, cabinet makers
    160 Tash & Goldberg, cabinet makers
    162 Frankel Reuben, chandlers shop
    164 Grossman Samuel, tobacconist
    166 Levine Davis, ladies tailor
    168 Rosen Mrs Yetta, milliner
    170 Berger Morris, timber merchant
    172 Schraer Nochim & Son, watch makers
    174 Berlis Harry, upholsterer
    176 Taylor & Smith, printers

    ... here is Pedley Street ...

    East London Railway (Shoreditch Station)

    ... here is Grimsby Street ...

    178 Harris Harry, hosier
    180 Hare, Mrs Ada Game

    ... here is Hare Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1899, from 140 to 180  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

     ... here is Pelham Street ...

    140 Black Eagle, Henry James Kingston Balls & Co
    142 Simon Sichick, butcher
    144 Simons Lewis, tailor
    146 Pringle Robert, pewterer
    148 Slater Thomas, dining rooms

    ... here are Carter Street & Buxton Street ...

    154 Two Brewers, Harry Challicombe Osman
    156 Plaskowsky Lazarus, butcher
    158 Moore John Wilson, surgeon
    160 Harman Thos Samuel, corn chandler
    Mission Hall
    162 Lack Harris, lemonad maker
    164 Grossman Samuel, tobacconist
    166 Freedman Lazarus, milliner
    168 Steinberg Lazarus, chandlers shop
    172 Polinski Solomon, watch maker
    174 Israel Barnett, looking glass frame maker
    176 Taylor & Smith, printers

    East London Railway Station

    ... here is St John Street ...

    178 Rosenberg Bernard, tobacconist
    180 Hare, Thomas Slater

    ... here is Hare Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1895, from 140 to 180  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

     ... here is Pelham Street ...

    140 Black Eagle, Hy Jas Kingston Balls
    142 Simon Sichick, butcher
    144 McCarty William, haberdasher
    146 Pringle Robert, pewterer
    148 Slater Thomas, dining rooms

    ... here are Carter Street & Buxton Street ...

    154 Two Brewers, Richard Brandon Tredwen
    156 Nissenbaum Heris, hairdresser
    158 Moore John Wilson, surgeon
    160 Harman Thos Samuel, corn chandler
    162 Lack Harris, confectioner
    Mission Hall
    164 Grossman Samuel, tobacconist
    166 Freedman Lazarus, milliner
    168 Steinberg Lazarus, chandlers shop
    172 Polinski Solomon, watch maker
    174 Israel Barnet, looking glass frame maker
    176 Taylor & Smith, printers

    East London Railway Station

    ... here is St John Street ...

    178 Buckley Samuel, wardrobe dealer
    180 Hare, Thomas Slater

    ... here is Hare Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1882, from 63 to 109  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here is Pelham Street ...

    63 Black Eagle, Jas Bradgate & Co
    63a Goodman David, greengrocer
    64 Mendoza Lazarus, leather seller
    65 Pringle Robert, pewterer
    67 Prockter & Frazer, auctioneers

    ... here are Carter Street & Spicer Street ...

    83 Two Brewers, William Rider
    84 Cooper Edward, hairdresser
    85 Richards Caleb Carey, surgeon
    86 Edwards Alfred, dining rooms
    87 Collins Abraham, carman
    92 Taylor & Smith, printers
    East London Railway Station

    ... here is St John Street ...

    108 Nunn George, baker
    109 Hare, Robert Newstead

    ... here is Hare Street ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1869, from 63 to 109  Brick Lane

    ... here is Pelham street ...

    63 Black Eagle, John Newman
    65 Pringle Robert William, pewterer
    66 Baxter Alex james, coffee rooms
    67 Brown George Arthur, auctioneer

    ... here are Carter street & Spicer street ...

    83 Two Brewers, Ebenezer Ferry
    85 Gayton & Richards, surgeons
    86 Wilkinson William Fras, cheesemponger
    88 Collins Abraham, greengrocer
    88a Joysey James, boot & shoe maker
    89 Wilkins John, confectioner
    91 Winkelhaken Samuel, grocer
    93 Taylor Tobias, printer
    96 Todd William, hairdresser
    97 Nichols henry, dining rooms
    98 Atkins John & Edward, reed makers
    98 Atkins Charles, oilman

    ... here is John Street ...

    105 Jessup Edward Jas, beer retailer
    106 Gayler James, baker
    107 Farrow Richard, tobacconist
    107 1/2 Lack William Henry, grindery dealer
    108 Nunn George, baker

    ... here is Hare Street ...

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1856, from 63 to 109  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here Pelham Street intersects ...

    63 Black Eagle, Alexr Johnston sen
    65 Pringle Robert William, pewterer
    67 De Save John, hat manufacturer
    67 Skeeles Richard, harness maker

    ... here Carter Street intersects ....

    ... here Spicer Street intersects ....

    83 Two Brewers, John Charles Kay
    84 Williams George Hobb, hair dresser
    85 Martin Jacob, confectioner
    86 Turner Wm, chair & couch maker
    87 Clift James, greengrocer
    88 Davey Thomas Robert, carpenter
    89 Proye Joseph, butcher
    89 Clark Edwinm baker
    90 Lewis Wm Harper Jones, rag dealer
    92 Shiers William, clog & patten maker
    93 Neesom Charles Hodgson, news vendor
    94 Bertin George, chair & sofa maker
    95 Harper James, glass manufacturer
    96 Todd William, hair dresser
    97 Nicholls Henry, dining rooms
    98 Atkins John & Sons, reed makers
    99 Hunt Henry, coal merchant
        Gobetz Isaac, jeweller

    ... here St John Street intersects ...

    105 Jessup Edward, beer retailer
    106 Gayler James, baker
    107 Farrow Richard, tobacconist
    108 Edmonds James, baker
    109 Hare, James Fletcher

    ... here Hare Street intersects ...
     

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1851, from 63 to 109  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... here Pelham Street intersects ...

    63 Black Eagle, Alexander Johnston
    64 Mannell Richard, cheesemonger
    65 Pringle Robert William, pewterer
    67 Skeeles Richard, harness maker

    ... here Carter Street intersects ....

    ... here Spicer Street intersects ....

    83 Two Brewers, Mrs Rebecca Craft
    84 Hawkins John, shoe warehouse
    85 Martin Jacob, confectioner
    88 Brown John, blacking & ink maker
    89 Proye Joseph, butcher
    89 Allen James baker
    92 Shiers William, clog & patten maker
    93 Neesom Charles Hodgson, news vendor
    94 Nash Benj, leather cutter & tobacconist
    95 Harper James, glass manufacturer
    96 Todd William, hair dresser
    97 Nicholls Henry, dining rooms
    98 Atkins John sen, oilman
    105 Whiter William, beer retailer
    106 Gayler James, baker
    107 Stockman Thomas S, tobacconist
    108 Edmonds James, baker
    109 Hare, James Fletcher

    ... here Hare Street intersects ...

    Robsons Trade Directory in 1842, from 63 to 109  Brick Lane

    63 Johnson A, Black Eagle
    64 Mannell R, cheesemonger
    86 Morris George, baker
    87 Hunphries Ann, butcher
    83 Craft Rebecca, Two Brewers
    84 Hensher William, eating house
    85 Martin John, confectioner
    88 Owen George, tripe dresser
    89 Beazley Jas, baker
    94 Nash Benj, leather cutter
    95 Taylor P, baker
    96 Todd William, hair dresser
    97 Bie William, eating house
    98 Atkins John, oilman
    105 Thomas William, beer retailer
    106 Wetton W E, baker
    107 1/2 Teager S, pork butcher
    Forward Thomas, tobacconist
    108 Edmonds Jas, baker
    Lee F, The Hare

    Post Office Trade Directory in 1841, from 63 to 109  Brick Lane

    East Side of Brick Lane, going northwards

    ... Pelham Street ...

    64 Mannell Richard, cheesemonger

    ... Spicer Street ...

    83 Two Brewers, William Craft
    86 Morris George, baker
    87 Humphreys Mrs Ann, butcher
    88 Watson Thomas, tripe dresser
    89 Smith Mrs Rebecca, baker
    94 Nash Benjamin, leather cutter
    98 Atkins John, oilman
    106 Wetton William Edward, baker
    107 Cary Thomas, oil & italian warehouse
    108 Edmonds James, baker
    109 Hare, John Davies
     

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