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    London Street Directory in 1843 - B11

    This is the entirety of the 1843 London Post office directory, as it is added.

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    Benzoni Charles dairyman, 17 Duke street, St. James's square
    Beolchi Charles, LL.D. professor of italian, &c. 48 Upper Albany street
    Berard Joseph, naturalist, see Revol & Berard
    Berdoe Joseph, tailor, 70 Goswell road
    Berdoe Walter, tailor, 69 Cornhill
    Bere Montague, barrister, 5 Lincoln's inn fields
    Berenberg John & Co. manufacturers of cigars, 1 Louisa street, Beaumont square
    Berens, Blumberg & Co. importers of & dealers in French, German & British fancy goods, 33 St. Paul's churchyard, & 60 Rue de Bondy, Paris
    Berens, Longridge & Co. engineers & iron merchants, 8 Walbrook
    Berens Richard Beauvoir, barrister, 2 New square, Lincoln's inn
    Beresford James, newsvender, 20B Huntley street, Bedford square
    Bergareche & Co. merchants, 33 Great Winchester street
    Berger Francis & Co. merchants, 20 Mincing lane
    Berger Lewis & Sons, colormakers, 7 Well court, Queen street, Cheapside
    Berger Samuel & Co. starch manufacturer, Bromley, Middlesex
    Berger Elizabeth (Mrs.) tallow chandler, 17 High street, Marylebone
    Berger George, bookseller & publisher, 19 Holywell street, Strand
    Berger James, merchant, 37 Fenchurch street
    Berginstein Shoreham, watch maker, 112 Great Titchfield street
    Bergmann John Chris. merchant, 13 Claremont place, Pentonville
    Berkeley Charles, solicitor, 52 Lincoln's inn fields
    Berkeley Charles, Clement, barrister, 5 New square, Lincoln's inn
    Berkeley George Brackenbury, wholesale tea & coffee dealer, 1 1/2 Sise lane
    Berkeley Maurice Henry, solicitor, 27 Lincoln's inn fields
    Berkeley Thomas, solicitor, 2 Verulam buildings. Grays inn
    Berkley & Dunell, color manufacturers, Star & Garter yard, Ratcliff
    Berkley James Thomas, stockbroker, 18 Threadneedle street & Stock Exchange
    Berkshire John, wholesale & retail coal dealer, 45 George street, Blackfriars, road
    Berles & Co. merchants, 40 Commercial sale rooms, Mincing lane
    Berlyn Abraham, wholesale shoe & slippermaker, 11 Church lane, Whitechapel
    Bermes Adam, baker, 169 Drury lane
    Bermingham George, surgeon, 1 Holmes terrace, Kentish town
    Bermingham James, hatter, 138 Whitechapel High street
    Bermingham John, bootmaker, 75 Long acre
    Bermingham Mary Ann (Miss), staymaker, 67 Ratcliff highway
    Bermingham Walter, bootmaker, 33 Sun street, Bishopsgate
    Bernard Amelia (Mrs.), milliner, 18 Vere street, Cavendish square
    Bernard John, fishing tackle maker & turner, 4 Church place, Piccadilly
    Bernard John Frederick, solicitor, see Barnes, Winter & Bernard
    Bernard Joseph Rochford, physician, 4 Halkin street, Belgrave square
    Bernard William, baker, 43 Upper North place, Gray's inn road
    Bernardy James, turner & brushmaker, & italian warehouseman to the Queen, 21 Hanover street, Hanover square
    Bernasconi & Riddell, architectural modellers, & plain & ornamental plasterers, 21 Dean street, Soho
    Bernays Adolphus, professor of German, 35 Essex street, Strand
    Berncastel Albert & Co. furriers, 7 Great Dover street, Borough
    Berni & Melliard, hat makers, 56 Great Guildford street, Borough
    Bernie George, shipwright, 40 Wapping High street
    Bernoulli E. merchant, 4 Austin friars
    Bernstein Aaron, furrier & skin dealer, 5 Cutler street, Houndsditch
    Berrall William, boot & shoemaker, 60 Marylebone lane, Oxford street
    Berrecloth Henry, Crown P.H. 55 York street, Westminster
    Berrell Peter, surgeon, &c. 53 Mount street, Lambeth
    Berrey George James, barrister, 61 Chancery lane
    Berricloth Joseph, tailor, 2 Woodbridge street, Clerkenwell
    Berridge Richard, boot maker, 66 Chapel street, Pentonville
    Berridge Joseph, sec. of Freemasons Association, office, 11 Waterloo place
    Berridge Joseph, translator & accountant, 22 St. Swithin's lane
    Berrier Fontaine Camille, physician, 3 Foley place
    Berriman Thomas, haberdasher, 226 Shadwell High street
    Berringer John, turner, 29 Gun street, Bishopsgate
    Berrollas Joseph Anthony, manufacturer of horological monitors, 15 Spencer street, Goswell road
    Berry & Hearse, engravers, 82 Cornhill
    Berry Henry & Co. sole patentees and inventors and manufacturers of the patent portable inkstands, and instantaneous lights, with indian rubber, importers of French wax, taper matches, &c. 134 Drury lane (late of Bedford street, Covent garden), see Webster
    Berry Hen.&Geo. & Co. agents. for Bass & Co.'s ale, 3 St. James street
    Berry & Reid, linen drapers, 121 High Holborn
    Berry Alfred, stationer, 40 Beech street, Barbican
    Berry Ann (Mrs.), baker, 1 Felix terrace, Liverpool road
    Berry Benj. Harcourt Arms P.H. 31 Harcourt street, New road
    Berry Chas. flour factor; 14 Leman street, Goodman's fields
    Berry Chas. plane & toolmaker, 6 Long lane, West Smithfield
    Berry Cornelius, accountant, 132 Fenchurch street
    Berry Daniel, confectioner, 16 Great Turnstile, Holborn
    Berry Edward Unwin, surgeon, &c. 7 James's street, Covent garden
    Berry Frederick, watchmaker, 2 Arcade, Hungerford market
    Berry George, grocer, 3 St. James's street, Pall mall
    Berry George, plane & toolmaker, 4 George's place, Old street road
    Berry George Smith, engraver, 27 Church street, Soho
    Berry Henry, cheesemonger, 7 Bedford street, Mile end road
    Berry Henry, solicitor, 4 Trafalgar square, Pall mall east
    Berry James, grocer, &c. 5 Shepperton place, New north road
    Berry James, solicitor, see Gray & Berry
    Berry James William, M. barrister, l Paper buildings, Temple
    Berry John, butcher, 11 Shadwell High street
    Berry John, linendraper, 64 New church street, Lisson grove
    Berry John, meat salesman, Leadenhall market
    Berry John, tailor & draper,34 London road; Southwark
    Berry Kemp, flour factor, 44 Commercial Sale Rooms, and at Jack's coffeehouse, Mark lane
    Berry Richard, European coffeehouse, 2 Mansionhouse street
    Berry Robert, glass & Chinaman, 34. Featherstone street, City road
    Berry I,  cooper, Three Oak lane, Horsleydown
    Berry Titus, surgeon, 37 Chester terrace, Regent's park
    Berry William, british coffee rooms, 8 Clerkenwell green
    Berry William, flour factor, 2 Clark street, Stepney
    Berry William, oil painter & colorman, 4 High street, Stepney
    Berry William, poulterer, 32 King street, Portman square
    Berry William, York & Albany Tavern, Gloucester gate, Regent's place
    Berry Zephaniah Deacon, ironmonger, 3 Victoria road, Pimlico
    Berryman Daniel blind maker, 14 Princes street, Little Queen street, Holborn
    Berryman John, wood engraver, 11 Gough square, Fleet street
    Berthold August, comb maker, see Zonzius & Berthold
    Bertin James Charles, chairmaker, 39 Holywell lane, Shoreditch
    Bertin Samuel George, chairmaker, 42 Hoxton Square
    Bertolini John Dominique, Newton Hotel & French Restaurateur, 34 St. Martin's street, Leicester square
    Berton Numan, tailor, 18 Princes street, Hanover square
    Bertram Elizabeh (Mrs.), upholder, 8 Devonshire buildings, Great Dover street
    Bertram Henry, wine merchant, 18 & 25 Elizabeth street, Eaton square
    Bertram Moritz B, soapmaker & perfumier, Crescent, Cambridge heath
    Bertram William, upholsterer, 100 Dean street, Soho
    Bertrand Henry L. surgeon dentist, 37 Camomile street, Bishopsgate
    Bertrand Susanna (Mrs.), tobacconist, 23 Arlington street Saddlers wells
    Berwick Alexander & Co. scotch ale brewers, Old Swan wharf, Upper Thames street
    Berwick Steam Shipping Co. Leith & Berwick wharf
    Berwick James, embroiderer, 7 Union street, Berkeley square
    Besant Charles, bookbinder, 2 Marshall street, Golden square
    Besant Mary A. (Mrs.), linendraper, 7 Oddys row, Islington green
    Besch, Frederick, tailor, 11 Hanover street, Hanover square
    Bescoby Francis, oilman, 15 & 16 Stanhope street, Clare market
    Bescoby Henry, tallow chandler, 71 Milton street, Cripplegate
    Besemeres John & Sons, clothiers, ready made linen warehousemen, outfitters & contractors for equipments, 61, 62, 63 & 64 Houndsditch
    Besemeres John & William, wholesale shirt makers, 11 Wood street
    Besemeres William, surgeon, 13 Marlborough ps. Old Kent road
    Besley Daniel, tailor, 19 Queen street, Soho
    Besley Frederick, wharfinger, &c. see Nicholson, Besley & Co
    Besley John, Sir John Barleycorn P. H. 15 Drury lane
    Besley Robert, typefounder, see Thorowgood & Besley
    Besley Samuel, surgeon, 67 Newman street, Oxford street
    Bessan Augute, french warehouse, 30 Tavistock street, Covent garden
    Besse Jeremy, watchmaker, 4 Richmond buildings, Soho
    Bessell John, linendraper, 42 & 43 Goswell road
    Bessell John, manufacturer of the glaziers' patent diamonds, &c. 131 St. John street road
    Besset Jacques, merchant, 8 Fenchurch buildings
    Bessman Henry, engineer & manufacturer, Baxter house, Old St. Pancras road
    Best & Son, tailors, 42 Rosamon street, Clerkenwell
    Best Abraham, agent to Wood & Walker, worsted spinners, Bradford, Yorkshire, 90 Bermondsey street
    Best Benjamin, coal merchant, 7 St. John street, Clerkenwell, & at City road wharf, Regent's canal
    Best Charles, printer, 24 Brooke street, Holborn
    Best Charles Fred. upholder & house agent, 60 Berners street, Oxford street
    Best Charlotte (Miss), milliner, 38 Maiden lane, Covent garden
    Best Edward Payne, wine merchant, 8 Philpot lane, City
    Best Elizabeth (Mrs.), boarding house, 3 North crescent, Bedford square
    Best Elizabeth Miss, milliner, 11 Little Russell street, Covent garden
    Best John, coffee room, 204 Shoreditch High street
    Best John, plumber, 205 Shoreditch High street
    Best John Dear, chemist, 14 Grosvenor street west, Pimlico
    Best Maria (Mrs.), ironmonger, 54 Upper North place, Gray's inn lane
    Best Richard, watchmaker, 3 Fountain court, Strand
    Best Thomas, stationer & accountant bookmaker, 4 Milton street, Cripplegate
    Best Thomas, surgeon, 15 Cecil street, Strand
    Best William, dairy, 22 Henrietta street, Cavendish square
    Best William, George P. H. 19 Queen Ann street, Cavendish square
    Best William, jeweller, 16B, Wimpole street, Cavendish square
    Best William, solicitor, 19 Lincoln's inn fields
    Best William, tailor, 54 Upper North place, Gray's inn lane
    Best William, Francis, furniture broker, 29 St. John street road
    Best William, Mawdesley, barrister, 89 Chancery lane
    Best William, Robert, straw hat maker, 15 Newington causeway
    Best William Tram, boot, &c. maker, 36 York street, City road
    Beste George, merchant, 2 Mincing lane
    Bestow William, wholesale milliner & laceman, 12 St. John street road
    Beswick Charles, tailor, 6 Moorgate street, Bank
    Beswick James, coach wheelwright, 59 Great Titchfield street, Oxford street
    Beswick James, millwright, see Easton, Amos & Beswick
    Beswick John, White Hart P. H. Great Turner street, Commercial road
    Beswick John Jas. undertaker, &c. 44 Stanhope street, Clare market
    Beswick P. (Mrs.), Green Dragon P. H. Spring garden place
    Beswick Thomas, leech importer, 6 Whitfield, St Leonard street, Finsbury
    Bethan John, custom house & commercial agent Cox Quay, Lower Thames street
    Bethel Richard, fruiterer, Centre row, Covent garden
    Bethell & Co. oil merchants, Rutland place, Upper Thames street
    I3ethell John, solicitor, 40 Gracechurch street
    Bethell John, tar works, Battersea fields
    Bethell Richard, Q.C. barrister, 3 Stone buildings. Lincoln's inn
    Rethell Sarah (Mrs.), furnishing undertaker, 30 Farringdon street
    Betson George, surgeon, 111 Wapping
    Bettans Mary (Mrs.) dressmaker to the ueen, 84 Jermyn street
    Betteridge Ezekiel, ivory & wood so." Craven street, City road
    Betties John, boot & shoe maker, 39 Southampton street, Strand
    Bettley & Bailey, mast, oar, & blockmakers, 114 Shad Thames
    Bettley Jacob, glass & china dealer,90 Tottenham court road, & 128 High street, Camden town
    Bettridge John, papier maché maker, see Jennens & Bettridge
    Betts John Thomas & Co. french brandy distillery; 7 Smithfield bars
    Betts & Sons, sweepsmelters & refiners, 131 Long acre
    Betts & Wood, wholesale & retail teadealers, 262 Oxford street
    Betts Ann M. (Mrs.), lighterman, 4 Church row, Horsleydown
    Betts Arthur, musical instrument maker, 47 Threadneedle street
    Betts Henry, cupper, 70 Wimpole street
    Betts James, Kings Arms P.H. 51 Sloane square, Chelsea
    Betts John, butcher, 29 St. Georges place Knightsbridge
    Betts John, i. agent, 5 Goldsmith street, Cheapside
    Betts John, fishmonger, 32 Tothill street, Westminster
    Betts John, bookseller & publisher, 7 Compton street, Brunswick square
    Betts John, tailor, 38 Coleshill street, Eaton square
    Betts Thomas, Marquis Lansdown P.H. Thomas street, Hackney road
    Betts Thomas, tinplate worker, 82 Leather lane, Holborn
    Betts Walter, chemist, 1 Westbourne street, Pimlico
    Betts Willian, fruiterer, 44 Ratcliff Highway
    Bettsworth Thomas, corn merchant, King's Arms wharf, Davis place, Chelsea
    Bettyes John, coach joiner & blind maker, 18 David street, Marylebone
    Beuler Jacob, engraver, 4 Bury place, Bloomsbury
    Beurle Mark Ludwig, Royal Midshipman Hotel, 25 to 27 Skinner street, Clerkenwell
    Bevan William & Co. house decorators, 255 Oxford street
    Bevan Charles Dacres, barrister, 6 Pump court, Temple
    Bevan Charles Stanley, bookbinder, 5 Chapel place south, South Audley street
    Bevan Edward, wharfinger, &c. see Holl & Bevan
    Bevan George, egg salesman, 224 Hoxton old town
    Bevan John, agent for Watkin's Dublin stout, 5 St. Dunstan's hill
    Bevan John C. De la Rue, oil broker, see Aylwin, Bevan & Cole
    Bevan Nathaniel, glass mounter, 3 Gloucester street, Commercial road east
    Bevan S. machinist, see Treffrys’ & Bevan
    Bevan Thomas, physician, 20 Finsbury circus
    Bevan Thomas Drew, currier, see Jones & Bevan
    Bevan William, solicitor, 21 Old Jew
    Bevans George & Henry, Duke of Albemarle P.H. .6 Stafford street, Bond street
    Beven Thomas, jun. baker, 93 Bethnal green road
    Beverton Sam. gasfitter & locksmith, 23 Lambeth walk
    Beves Edward, builder & undertaker, 7 Southampton place, New road
    Bevill Charles, solicitor, see Thornbury & Bevil
    Beville Francis, upholsterer, 48 Wells street, Oxford street
    Bevington Henry & Son, organ builders, 48 Greek street, Soho
    Bevingtons & Sons, manufacturers, of morocco, spanish, roan & skiver leather, dressers of kid & lambskins, cape, sheep,0il gloving leather & woolstaples. Neckinger mills, Bermondsey
    Bevington Alexander, insurance broker, see Coventry & Bevington
    Bevington Alfred, glue maker, Neckinger road, Bermondsey
    Bevington Timothy, furrier, leather seller, & lapland wool rug manufacturer, 67 King William street, City
    Bevington Timothy, seal, nutria & mock sable skin dresser & dyer, Weavers lane, Tooley street; wareho.67 King William street, City
    Bevington Timothy, lapland wool rug & cavalry skin mans. 103 Bermondsey street; warehouse, 67 King William street, City
    Bevins Daniel William, brass & cock finder. 10 Church street, Blackfriars road
    Bevir Edward James, barrister, 23 Old square, Lincoln's inn
    Bevis Daniel, silk broker, 69 Basinghall street
    Bevis George, jobmaster, &c. Spur inn yard. 97 Borough High street
    Bevis Harriet (Mrs.), straw hat maker 22 Mount street, Berkeley square
    Bew Charles, surgeon dentist, 40 Bury street, St. James's
    Bew, William, picture dealer. 13 Great Russell street, Covent garden
    Bewlay Thomas, tobacconist & snuff manufacturer to the royal family, wholesale & retail, 49 Strand
    Bewly Thomas, painter, 63 Great Suffolk street, Borough
    Bewsher Thomas, bootmaker, 11 Museum street, Bloomsbury
    Beyer Martin, bootmaker, 65 Burlington arcade, Piccadilly
    Beyer William, confectioner, 122 Chalton street, Somers town
    Beyerman Andrew, tunnel coffee rooms, 209 Wapping high street
    Beyfus Phillip & Solomon, importers of french goods & manufacturers of steel pens, & birmingham & sheffield warehousemen, 71 Houndsditch, & 6 Rue Neave, St. Marc, Paris
    Beynon, Jones & Beynom, herald chasers, 78 Margaret street
    Beynon & Stocken, tobacco manufacturers, 106 Gracechurch street
    Beynon David, Bull & Gate P.H. New Chapel place, Kentish town
    Beynon James, china & glassman, 123 Upper street, Islington
    Beynon John, cowkeeper & dairyman, 17 New street, Cloth fair
    Beynon John, straw bonnet warehouse, 15 Newington causeway

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