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    London Street Directory in 1843 - C11

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

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    Cockburn Archbold & Co. wine merchants, 161 New Bond street
    Cockburn Brothers & Co. merchants, 60 Mark lane
    Cockburn (J.)& Campbell, wine merchants, 19 Edward street, Langham place
    Cockburn & Co. bankers, 4 Whitehall
    Cockburn J. & Co. east india merchants & general agents, 11 New Broad street
    Cockburn Alexander Edward. Q.C. barrister, 4 Elm court, Temple
    Cockburn George, stationer & bookseller, 9 Aldgate
    Cockburn Matthew, White Hart P.H. 32 Shadwell High street
    Cockburn Robert, Falcon P.H. 28 Old Fish street
    Cocke Josiah J. & Son, irish & foreign provision brokers, 6 Rood lane
    Cocke Archibald, surgeon, 7 Ulster place, New road
    Cocke Arthur, surgeon, 33 Howland street, Fitzroy square
    Cockell Stephen, timber merchant, Church street, Deptford
    Cocker Alfred Richard, attorney, 11 Nassau street, Soho square
    Cocker George, china & spa manufacturer, 8 Chenies street,
    Cockerell & Clarke, upholsterers, &c. 47 Blackman street, Borough
    Cockerell & Co. merchants & east india agents, 8 Austin friars
    Cockerell George William & Son, auctioneers & agents, 17 Blackman street
    Cockerell & Stockwell, bootmakers, 65 Fleet street
    Cockerell Edward, grocer, 86 Gray's inn lane
    Cockerell George Joseph, coal merchant, Dye House wharf, Clink street, & 25 Park street, Southwar
    Cockerell James, auctioneer & appraiser, 32 Great Charlotte street, Blackfriars
    Cockerell John Christopher, coffee rooms, 16 King street, Westminster
    Cockerell Samuel Pepys, barrister, 7 Old square, Lincoln's inn
    Cockerill Daniel, butcher, 12 Broadway, Ludgate hill
    Cockerill Daniel, cattle salesman, 60 West Smithfield
    Cockerill Edward, cheesemonger, 1 Greenland place, Cromer street
    Cockerill Joseph, bricklayer, 40 Little Bartholomew close
    Cockers Edwin, boarding house, 78] Queen street, Cheapside
    Cockerton & Dunn, proprietors of the Royal City of London Theatre, 36 Norton folgate
    Cockerton Joseph & Son, merchants, 2 Austin friars
    Cockerton John, Vine P.H. 25 Minories
    Cockerton Joseph, Royal Hospital P.H. 9 Franklin row, Chelsea
    Cockett Fred. Crown P.H. 12 Vinegar yard, Brydges street, Covent garden
    Cockhead Richard, Red Lion & Still P.H., 172 Drury lane
    Cockin & Seamer, silk manufacturers, 5 Milk sstreet, Cheapside
    Cocking George, carpenter, 2 Old Boswell court, Strand
    Cocking James tailor, 65 Southampton street, Pentonville
    Cocking Samuel, Hair dresser & perfumer, 5 Lombard street, Chelsea
    Cocking Thomas, chemist, &c. 19 Great Portland street, Oxford street
    Cockings Edward & Thomas, tinplate workers, 145 Long acre
    Cockle James & John, surgeons, 18 New Ormond street, Queen square
    Cockie John, physician, 107 Guilford street, Russell square
    Cockle Richard, Depository of the British & Foreign Bible Society, 10 Earl street, Blackfriars
    Cockley Isaac, cheesemonger, 89 Upper Whitecross street, St. Luke's
    Cockman & Windmill, saddlers, &c. 74 George street, Portman square
    Cockman Walter, oil & colorman, 32 Aldersgate street
    Cockram John, carman, 3 French hornyard, 87 High Holborn
    Cockrell Edward, woolbroker, 8 Basinghall street
    Cockrell James, leather cutter, 53 Snow's fields, Bermondsey
    Cockrell John, grocer, &c.3 Samson place, Grange road, Bermondsey
    Cockrell John, woolbroker, 8 Basinghall street
    Cockrell Robert, wool agent, 8 Basinghall street
    Cockrill Joseph, meat salesman, 23 Newgate market
    Cocks Robert & Co. by special appointment, importer & publishers of foreign music to her Majesty, 20 Princes street, Hanover square
    Cocks & Biddulph, bankers, 43 Charing cross
    Cocks Frank, carver & gilder, 16 Charles street, Manchester square
    Cocks James, pork butcher, 35 High street, Kensington
    Cocks John, painter, 2 Jewin court, Jewin street
    Cocks John, Shakspeares Head P.H. 46 Perceval street, Clerkenwell
    Cocks. Susannah (Mrs.), wholesale pewterer, 66 Snowhill
    Cockshott Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, 32 Oxenden street, Haymarket
    Codd Messrs. army agents, 15 Fludyer street, Westminster
    Codd Arthur Gamble, special pleader, 3 Middle Temple lane
    Coddrington James, William the Fourth P.H. Albion terrace, Wandsworth road
    Codner Richard, cider merchant, Hay's wharf, Tooley street
    Coe & Paterson, solicitors, 8 queen street place, Upper Thames street
    Coe Daniel, baker, I Caroline street, Camden town
    Coe Fred. William, attorney & paris agent, 2 Field court, Gray's inn
    Coe George, coachmaker, York place, Westminster road, & 29 Bridport place, New North road
    Coe James, surveyor, l Carpenter's buildings, London wall
    Coe James, jun. architect draftsman, 1 Carpenters buildings
    Coe Lydia (Mrs.), haberdasher, 110 Golden lane, St. Luke's
    Coe Thomas Henry, printer, 27 Old Change
    Coe William, looking glass maker, 5 New inn street, Shoreditch
    Coe William, portfolio maker, 2 Poppin's court, Fleet street
    Coe William, tailor, 30 St. Martin's street, Leicester square
    Coeuret Jean Pierre Francis, confectioner, 53A, Drury lane
    Coffee Henry, modeller, 6A, Oxford market
    Cogan Rt. glass, lead & color warehouse, 5 Princes street, Ileicester square
    Cogan Robert, glass shade & gas lamp warehouse, 48 Leicester square
    Cogan William, gasfitter, 16 Munster street, Regent's park
    Cogar William Abram, bootmaker, 23 New street, Covent garden
    Cogdon Samuel, child bed linen warehouse, 9 Crawford street
    Coggan Hezekiah D. manchester warehouseman. 172 Aldersgate street
    Cogger John, fruit salesman, 64 Farringdon market
    Cogger Thomas, engineer & printer pr.ma.3 Essex street, Bouverie street
    Cogger William, wholesale wire worker, 131 Blackfriars road
    Coggerife John Peter, mackintosh cap maker, 1 Dacre street, Westminster
    Coggiles Joseph, public library &c. Hornton street, Kensington
    Coggins John, fruiterer, 21 Upper Marylebone street
    Coghill Anthony, cheesemonger, 186 Lambeth walk
    Coghill Donald, baker, 5 Maiden lane, Covent garden
    Coghlan Charles, cabinet maker, 3 Winsley street, Oxford street
    Cogswell Benjamin, gun & pistol warehouse, 224 Strand
    Coham John Joachim, surgeon, 27 Dorset street, Portman square
    Cohan Aaron, slopseller, 119 Cock hill, Ratcliff
    Cohen Aaron & Co. general merchants, 5 York place, Kent street road
    Cohen Henry & Co. slopsellers, 31 Red Lion street, Spitalfields
    Cohen Henry Hymen & Co. merchants, 48 Lime street
    Cohen Judah & Sons, west india merchants, 58 Mansell street
    Cohen Philip & Son, bottle merchants, 68 & 69 Lant street, Borough
    Cohen & Soloman, general dealers, 4 Chalcroft terrace, Lambeth
    Cohen Solomon & Co. artificial florists, 20 Little Carter lane
    Cohen Aaron, iron dealer, 64 Cowcross street
    Cohen Abraham, carpet dealer, 88 Long alley, Finsbury
    Cohen Abraham M. paper stainer, 100 Fenchurch street
    Cohen Asher, blacklead pencil maker, 23 Groves street Commercial road east
    Cohen David Abrahams, pencil maker, 40 Minories
    Cohen Edward, ship custom house & general agent, 3 Rood lane, Fenchurch street
    Cohen Eleanor (Mrs.), general outfitter, 68 Ratcliff Highway
    Cohen Elias, orange merchant, 1 St. James's place, Aldgate
    Cohen Emanuel, carpet & sponge importer 28 Church street, Spitalfields
    Cohen Harriet (Miss), boot & shoe warehouse,  3 1/2 Sydney alley
    Cohen Henry, tailor, &c. 33 London road, Southwark
    Cohen Herman Jacob, merchant, 12 Great Prescot street, Goodman's fields
    Cohen Hyman Benjamin, tailor, &c. 78 Minories
    Cohen Hymen, merchant, 38 Mansell street, Goodman's fields .
    Cohen Isaac, stockbroker, 50 Threadneedle street
    Cohen Israel, Black Lion P. H. 99 Middlesex street, Whitechapel
    Cohen Jacob, confectioner, 86 St. John street, Clerkenwell
    Cohen Joseph, tobacconist, 136 Houndsditch
    Cohen Lewis, bone merchant & soap maker, 139 New Gravel lane, Shadwell
    Cohen Lewis, merchant, 65 Great Prescot street, Goodman's fields
    Cohen Louis, stockbroker, 59 Threadneedle street, 85 South street, Finsbury
    Cohen Moses, curiosity dealer, 12 Charles street, Soho square
    Cohen Moses, rag merchant, 1 Roebuck terrace,Great Dover road
    Cohen Phillip, bottle dealer, 10 Parsonage row, Newington butts
    Cohen Sarah (Miss), tobacconist, 31 Well street, Wellclose square
    Cohen Sim, china & glass warehouse, 46 Leman street, Goodinan's fields
    Cohen Solomon, black lead, black lead pencil, sealing wax, & wafer manufacturer, 42 Great Prescot street, Goodman's fields
    Cohen Solomon, merchant, 3 Pope's head alley, Cornhill
    Cohen Solomon, slopseller, 168 Tooley street
    Cohill Emma (Miss), tobacconist, 106 St. John street, Smithfield
    Cohu Andrew, jun. east india merchant, 33 St. Mary Axe
    Cokely William, telescope coverer & manufacturer of leather sling cases for telescopes, 23 Richard street, Commercial road
    Coker William & Son, riggers, shipchandlers &c. Narrow street, Ratcliff
    Coker William, boot & shoemaker, 19 Rathbone place, Oxford street
    Cokes John, butcher, 54 Goswell street
    Colam James, ham & tongue dealer, 5 Charterhouse street
    Colbatch Thomas, manufacturer of sewing silks, twists, buttons, &c. 48 Aldermanbury, & at Leek
    Colbourn James, butcher, 16 Cumberland row, King's cross
    Colbran James, Spread Eagle Tavern, l Pratt street, Lambeth
    Colbron John, staymaker, 53 Rathbone place, Oxford street
    Colbron William, tailor, 4 Mill street, Hanover square
    Colbrook Henry, teadealer, 19 Blackmoor street, Drury lane
    Colburn Henry, bookseller & publisher, 13 Great Marlborough street
    Colby Joseph John, wood turner, 16 Fleet lane, Farringdon street
    Colchester William G. russia broker, 58 Threadneedle street & Baltic
    Colddred Walter, grocer, 1 Ladbroke grove, Notting hill
    Coldham William, grocer, 67 High street, Camden town
    Coldrick Joseph, tailor, 34 University street, Tottenham court road
    Coldwell John, baker, 6 Aldenham terrace, Pancras road
    Coldwell Robert, writing, dressing, & jewel case manufacturer, 15 Great May's buildings, St. Martin's lane
    Coldwell William, surveyor, 28 Kings square, Goswell road
    Coldwell William, baker, 88 Chalton street, Somers town
    Cole Alfred J. Son & Leach, importers of foreign toys, 25 Basing lane, Bread street, Cheapside
    Cole & Bond, wine merchants, 101 Fenchurch street
    Cole George & John, masons & builders, 18 Cursitor street, Chancery lane
    Cole & Hussey, bootmakers, 23 Greek street, Soho
    Cole & Hussey, bootmakers, 210 Strand
    Cole & Mullens, stockbrokers, 3 Lombard street
    Cole, Nichols & Co. merchants, 34 Dowgate hill
    Cole Samuel & Co. coach builders, 49 Ratcliff highway
    Cole Samuel & Son, tailors, 60 Wells street, Oxford street
    Cole William & Son, bricklayers & builders, 29 Great Barlow street, Marylebone
    Cole Alfred, grocer, 22 Bridport place, New North road
    Cole Ann (Mrs.), milliner, 262 Regent street
    Cole Ann (Mrs.) tobacconist, 2 South row, New road
    Cole Beaumont, coach currier, 4 Princes street, Bedford row
    Cole Charles, livery stables, 31 Worcester street, Borough
    Cole Charles Nicholas, solicitor, 131)oughty street, Foundling
    Cole Daniel, baker, Kingsland green
    Cole Daniel, linendraper, 22 Blandford street, Portman square
    Cole Ebenezer, news agent, 16 St. Saviour's church yard. Borough
    Cole Edward, grocer, 16 New Church court, Strand
    Cole Elizabeth (Miss), milliner, 33 Warwick street, Golden square
    Cole Elizab. R. (Mrs.), clothworker & presser,l Little St. Mary axe
    Cole Elizabeth Rushon (Mrs.), engraver & printer, 14 Goswell street
    Cole George Fras. glass cutter, 15 Wild court, Lincoln's inn fields
    Cole George Wellesley, tallowchandler, 157 Tooley street
    Cole Henry Warwick, barrister, 40 Chancery lane
    Cole Henry William, oil & mediterranean produce broker, see Aylwin, Bevan & Co.
    Cole Hester (Mrs.), fruiterer, Long market, Covent garden market
    Cole Jacob, hatter, 23 Bridge street, Westminster
    Cole James, brush manufacturer, 3 Youls place, Old Kent road
    Cole James, cooper, 13 Fleet lane, Farringdom street
    Cole James, hosier, 427 Oxford street
    Cole James, provision dealer, 20 High street, Newington butts
    Cole James, White Hart P.H. 135 Poplar High street
    Cole James F. chronometer, &c. 9 Motcomb street, Belgrave square
    Cole James Francis, pumpmaker & wellsinker, New Weston street, Bermondsey
    Cole James Robert, surgeon, 6 Middle row, Knightsbridge
    Cole John, butcher, 21 Liquorpond street, Gray's inn lane
    Cole John, fruiterer & greengrocer, 74 Gray's inn lane
    Cole John, painter & glazier, 32 Park street, Dorset square
    Cole John, solicitor, 4 Adelphi terrace
    Cole John, surgeon, 6 Charlotte street, Bedford square
    Cole John, wholesale druggist, 101 High Holborn
    Cole John J. architect, 57 Norton street, Fitzroy square
    Cole Joseph, house agent, 2 Somers place west, Somers town
    Cole Joseph jun. auctioneer, &c. 15 Seymour street, Euston square
    Cole Michael, writer & grainer, 24 King street, Golden square
    Cole Robert, Crown Tavern, 7 Stationers court, Ludgate hill
    Cole Robert, pawnbroker, 28 East street, Walworth
    Cole Robert, solicitor, 14 Tokenhouse yard
    Cole Samuel, coffee rooms, 152 Ratcliff Highway
    Cole Samuel, plumber, &c. 27 Museum street, Bloomsbury
    Cole Sarah (Mrs.), window blind maker, 206 Whitechapel road
    Cole Thomas, carpet & rug manufacturer, 18 Newgate street
    Cole Thomas, coachmaker, see Wiseman & Cole
    Cole Thomas, grocer, &c. 95 Brown street, Bryanstone square
    Cole Thomas, hatter, 92 Gracechurch street
    Cole Thomas, mathematical instrument maker, 21 Hannibal road, Stepney green
    Cole Thomas, pawnbroker, 95 & 96 Waterloo road
    Cole Thomas, teadealer, 33 Villiers street, Strand
    Cole Thomas Henry, provision broker & agent, 2 Brabant court, Philpot lane
    Cole William, auctioneer, appraiser &c. 25 Old street, St. Luke's
    Cole William, baker, 11 Paddington street, Marylebone
    Cole William, carver & gilder, 16 Pierpoint row, Islington green
    Cole William, fishmonger, see Oliff & Cole
    Cole William, tailor, 74 Old street road
    Cole William, Henry, baker, 4 Upper Porchester street, Edgware road
    Cole William Robert, barrister, 1 Elm court, Temple
    Colebatch Edward, builder, 52 Church street, Minories
    Colebatch George, surveyor & builder, 52 Church street, Minories
    Colebatch Joseph, warehousekeeper & custom house agent, 60 Lower Thames street
    Colebeck Thomas, bootmaker, 20 New Union street, Little Moorfields
    Colebeck William, boot & shoe maker, 8 North street, Finsbury
    Colebourn Henry, surgeon, 28 Harleyford place, Kennington
    Colebrook Henry, butcher, 131 Tottenham court road
    Colebrook Robert M. oyster salesman, 38 St. Mary at hill
    Coleby Sam. copper plate & letterpress printer, 5 Whiskin street, Clerkenwell
    Coleby Thomas Taylor, surgeon, 2 Crucifix lane, Bermondsey
    Colegrave David, haberdashery agent, 62 Aldermanbury
    Coleing James, Old George & Dragon P.H. 81 Leather lane
    Coleman Brothers, hatters, 60 & 61 Chiswell street, Finsbury
    Coleman Jacob & Co. tailors & drapers, 74 Union street, Borough
    Coleman Richard & William, trunkmakers, 13 Dowgate hill
    Coleman Benjamin, salesman, South row, Covent garden market
    Coleman Charles, merchant, 64 Cornhill
    Coleman Edward, baker, 20 Red Lion street, Whitechapel High street
    Coleman Edward, linendraper, 99 High street, Camden town
    Coleman Edward, stationer & printer, 259 Poplar High street
    Coleman Francis, hatmaker, 267 Borough High street
    Coleman Frank, linendraper, see Gawtrey & Coleman
    Coleman George, grocer,39 Marshall street, Golden square
    Coleman Henry Sherard, wine merchant, see Polhill & Coleman
    Coleman Jacob, tailor, 2 York street, Westminster
    Coleman Janes Beary, Wheatsheaf Tavern, 72 Lower Thames street
    Coleman James, carpenter & undertaker, 7 Church street, St. Saviour's, Borough
    Coleman James, cattle salesman, see Ebsworth & Coleman
    Coleman James, chemist & druggist, 58 Hoxton Old town
    Coleman James Edward, accountant, 1 Walbrook buildings, Walbrook
    Coleman John, printer, 13 Cambridge street, Golden square
    Coleman John, wholesale druggist, see Howard & Coleman
    Coleman Joseph, baker, 15 Mount row, Islington [mondsey
    Coleman Mary Ann (Mrs.) soda watermaker, 32 Baalzephon street, Bermondsey
    Coleman Michael, glass & china warehouse, 22 King's row, Pimlico
    Coleman Richard. bricklayer, &c. 19 Philip laue, London wall
    Coleman Robert, fruiterer, 3 Pont street, Cadogan place, Chelsea
    Coleman Robert, merchant & insurance broker, 33 Clement's lane

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