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    London Street Directory in 1843 - H1

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

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    HAASE William, coach trimmer, 50 Great Titchfield street, Oxford street
    Habbijams George, livery stables, 9 1/2 Newman street, Oxford street
    Habell Fred. gold dial finisher, 17 Lower Smith street, Northampton square
    Habell John Henry, tailor, 18 Great Pulteney street, Golden street
    Haberdashers' Hall (Hambly Knapp, clerk), 8 Maiden oil, ##
    Habgood Thomas, oil & colorman, 5 Well street, Wellclose square
    Hack Elizabeth (Mrs.), fruiterer, 5 Chadwell street, St. John street road
    Hack Robert, fruiterer, 28 Paradise row, Chelsea
    Hack Robert, musical instrument maker & music seller, 174 Fleet street
    Hackblocks', Clark & Meek, tanners, curriers & leather merchants, Willow walk, Bermondsey
    Hacker Elihu, merchant, Tom's coffeehouse, Cowpers court, Cornhill
    Hacker Thomas, ladies' shoemaker, 9 Charlotte street, Fitzroy square
    Hacket Charles Andrew, agent & insurance broker, 26 Birchin lane
    Hacket Thomas, merchant, 26 Birchin lane
    Hackett (Champion) & Son, wholesale clothes warehouse, 137 Minories
    Hackett Charles Henry, ship & insurance broker, & customs & commercial agent, 8 Savage gardens
    Hackett Edwin, plumber, &c. 27 Union street, Middlesex hospital
    Hackett James Thomas, civil engineer, 47 Great Sutton street, Clerkenwell
    Hackett John J. surveyor & builder, 10 Gower place, Euston square
    Hackett Richard Merchant, merchant, 137 Minories
    Hackett Sam. baker & pastry cook, 5 Orange street, Red lion square
    Hackney Carriage Office, 3 Princes street, Storey's gate
    Hackney Elizabeth (Mrs.), earthenware warehouse, 5 Borough market
    Hackney Joseph, shoemaker, 42 James street, Oxford street
    Hackwell James, cut glass dealer, 5 Tavistock street, Covent garden
    Hackwell John, Blue Boar P.H. 55 Aldersgate street
    Hackwood William Henry & Co. shipbuilders, King & Queen dock, Rotherhithe
    Haddan Thomas, solicitor, l Lime street square
    Haddan Thomas Henry, barrister, 3 New square, Lincoln's inn
    Hadden Alexander & Sons, worsted spinners, hosiers & carpet manufacturers, 2 Oatlane, Wood street, & at Aberdeen
    Hadden Alex. merchant & manufacturer, 12 Paucras lane, Bucklersbury
    Hadden George, merchant, 2 King street, Cheapside
    Haddingham Mary (Mrs.), & Thomas, saddlers, 35 Hosier lane, ##
    Haddock Henry, stationer & account book maker, 103 Borough High street
    Haddock Theophilus M. chemist, 170 Sloane street, Chelsea
    Haddon Charles, gold & silver beater, 61 Old street, St. Luke's
    Haddon John, printer, 24 Castle street, City road
    Haddon Samuel, Essex Coffee House P.H, 41 Aldgate High street
    Haddon William, cattle salesman, 17 West Smithfield
    Haddow George, tailor, 12 Cloth fair, West Smithfield
    Haden Henry Hugh, grocer, 63 Strutton ground, Westminster
    Haden William, carpenter & packing case maker, 21 Quaker street, Spitalfields
    Hadfield Thomas, hat & bonnet manufacturer, 9 Edward street, Blkfriars road
    Hadkiss Amy (Mrs.), file cutter. 46 Grey eagle street, Spitalfields
    Hadkiss Thomas, file & rasp cutter, 164 Brick lane, Spitalfields
    Hadland & Shillingford, manchester warehousemen, 115 & 116 Cheapside
    Hadland Charles, lace warehouseman, 6 Gutter lane, Cheapside
    Hadland Henry, cheesemonger, 34 Holborn hill
    Hadland James, butcher, 62 Whitechapel road
    Hadland John Thomas, bookseller & stationer, 90 Queen street, Cheapside
    Hadley, Simpkin & Co. fire engine makers, 63 Long acre
    Hadley Augustus, merchant & agent, 15 Throgmorton street
    Hadley George, smith, &c. 3 Skinner street, Bishopsgate
    Hadley Richard, hairdresser, 10 Marchmont street, Russell square
    Hadley Thomas, Queens Arms P.H. 28 St. Martin's le Grand
    Hadlow Henry, surgeon, 32 Jewry street, Aldgate
    Hadlow Sam. J. dealer in government securities, Auction Mart
    Hadman James, bricklayer, 9 Gower place, Euston square
    Halnutt George, hosier &c. 70 Charlotte terrace, New cut, Lambeth
    Hadnutt James, antique furniture dealer, 122 Wardour street, Soho
    Hadnutt William, builder, 5 William street, Lambeth Lower marsh
    Haslow James E. sworn broker & agent, see Forman & Hadow
    Hadow Patrick D. barrister, 4 Harcourt buildings, Temple
    Hadrell John, Bell P.H. 29 Great Bush lane
    Hadwen Rd. Sparling, solicitor, 16 Clifford's inn, Fleet street
    Haedy Christopher, attorney, Bedford office, Montague street, Bloomsby
    Haes David & Sons, exchange & stock brokers, 15 Throgmorton street
    Haeskell Charles John, tailor, 125 New Bond street
    Haffenden John, Son & Co. merchants, 25 Coleman street
    Haffenden George, milkman, 79 Charlotte street, Portland place
    Hagan John, Kings Arms P.H. 23 Poland street, Oxford street
    Hagan Stephen, corset maker, 16 Woodstock street, Oxford street
    Hagen Jacob & Son, merchants, Mill street, Dockhead, Bermondsey
    Hager John, dining rooms, 347 Oxford street
    Hagerty John, smith & ironmonger, 7 Church lane, Commercial road
    Haggard John, D.C.L. advocate, 4 College, Doctors' commons
    Haggard William Meybohm Rider, barrister, 12 Paperbuildings, Temple
    Hagger Henry & James, fringe maker, 9 Charlotte street, Fitzroy square
    Hagger Edward, fringe & trimming maker, 178 Oxford street
    Hagger Edward, italian warehouse, 22 Lamb's Conduit street, Foundling
    Hagger John, fringemaker, 15 Southampton row, Russell square
    Hagger Thomas, coffee rooms, 49 Whitcombe street, Haymarket
    Haggis William Tudsbery, surveyor, 2 Church lane, Limehouse
    Haggitt John, fancy hosier, 5 Goldsmith street, Wood street
    Haghan Francis, Three Mariners P.H. 30 Wapping wall
    Haghe Louis, lithographer, see Day & Haghe
    Hagmair Anthony, pork butcher, 64 Ratcliff highway
    Hague, Millar & Grant, engineers, millwrights, machinists, ironfounders & boiler makers, Wapping wall
    Hague James, dentist & cupper, 57 Bridge road, Lambeth
    Hague John, engineer, millwright, &c. Thames iron works, Bull head dock, 286 Rotherhithe
    Hague Joseph, boot & shoe maker, 70 Strutton ground, Westminster
    Hague Thomas, architect, &c. 12 King's road, Bedford row
    Haig James, barrister, 1 Stone buildings, Lincoln's inn
    Haig John, pianoforte manufacturer, 2 Walworth place, Walworth
    Haigh Abraham. theatrical hosier, 12 Charles street, Covent garden
    Haig George, saddler, 7 Portman place, Edgware road
    Haigh Francis, leech dealer, 30 St. John's street road
    Haigh Henry, tailors' trimming seller, 79 Drury lane
    Haigh Jonathan, tailor, 57 Margaret street, Cavendish square
    Haigh Joseph, boarding house, 23 St. John square, Clerkenwell
    Haigh William, corkcutter, 14 Church lane, Commercial road, Whitechapel
    Haigh William, merchant, 6 Crosby square, Bishopsgate
    Haigh William, printer, 10 Water street, Strand
    Haigh William Buckley, grocer, l Wellington terrace, Liverpool road
    Haile James, fruiterer, 1 Gresse street, Tottenham court road
    Hailes James C. stationer & fancy repository, 104 Leadenhall street
    Hailes Nathaniel, bookseller, stationer & juvenile library, 12 Old Bond street
    Hailing Rd. carriage warehouse, Bazaar, 4 & 5 King street, Portman square
    Hailstone John, shoemaker, see Vaudervell & Hailstone
    Hailstone Robert, mans' mercer, see Lewin & Hailstone
    Haime Ann (Mrs.), egg merchant, 8 Borough market
    Hain Charles, cheesemonger, 22 High street, Portland town
    Haines Edw. W. & Samuel, attorneys, 29 Tavistock place, Tavistock square
    Haines & Jennings, undertakers, &c. 61 Fore street, City
    Haines Abhim. & Son, wholesale cheesemongers, 52 Halfmoon street, City
    Haines Elizabeth (Mrs.), corndealer, 5 Clifton street, Finsbury
    Haines Geo. auctioneer & estate agent, 7 Park side, Knightsbr
    Haines George, bookseller, &c. 47 Rose street, Covent garden
    Haines George, estate agent, 9 Grosvenor row, Pimlico
    Haines George, tailor, 8 Great Dover street, Borough
    Haines Henry, appraiser, auctioneer, &c., 61 Fore street, Cripplegate
    Haines Henry John, silk broker, see Grelliers' & Haines
    Haines John, Duchess of Cornwall P.H. 75 Cornwall road
    Haines John, oil & color & italian warehouse, 22 Lime street
    Haines John, Thistle & Crown P.H. 39 St. Martin's lane
    Haines John, wine & brandy &c merchant, 12 High street, Kensington
    Haines Rd. fruiterer, 2 Ship tavern passage, Leadenhall market
    Haines Richard, poulterer, 51 New Bond street
    Haines Samuel, tailor & draper, 11 High street, Kensington
    Haines Thomas, bootmaker, 8 Thornton street, Horselydown
    Haines Thomas, butcher, 3 Grosvenor row, Pimlico
    Haines Thomas, Victoria P.H. Stoke Newington road
    Haines William, ham dealer, 11 Middle row, Knightsbridge
    Haines William, stationer & news agent, 24 Fetter lane, Fleet street
    Haining & Fergusson, drapers, 6 Sudeley street, City road
    Hains Henry, curiosity dealer, 1 Robin Hood lane, Poplar
    Hains Jane (Miss) milliner, 65 New Bond street
    Hains John, butcher, 1 Windsor place, Old Kent road
    Hains Thomas, butcher, 48 Bermondsey square
    Hainstock John, brewer, 4 Tabernacle square, Finsbury
    Hainsworth Isaac, Tower P.H. 13 & 14 Tower street, Seven Dials
    Hair Powder Office, Somerset house
    Hair George Bush, watch & clockmaker, 129 Borough High street
    Hair Quintin B. surgeon dentist, 37 Bruton street, Bond street
    Hairby William, surgeon, 6 Marlborough place, Walworth road
    Hake William Augustus B. barrister, 5 Crown office row, Temple
    Hakes James, Hakes Hotel, 8 Manchester square
    Hakewell Arthur William, architect, 46 Leicester square
    Hakewill & Willson, house painters, 12 Bulstrode street, Manchester square
    Hakewill John Henry, architect, 8 Craig's court, Charing cross
    Halcombe John, serjeant at law, 3 Serjeants inn, Chancery lane
    Halcrow James John, tobacconist & library, 18 East road, City road
    Haldane Alexander, barrister, 4 Carey street, Lincoln's inn
    Haldane George, barrister, 6 Stone buildings, Lincoln's inn
    Haldane John, shawl warehouseman, 46 Bow lane, Cheapside
    Haldane John, tailor, 18 Old Burlington street
    Halden John, fruiterer, 42 Robert street, Hoxton
    Haldren Joshua (agent to W. & R. Turner), flannel manufacturers, 3 Sambrook court, Basinghall street
    Hale, Boys & Austen, attorneys, 6 Ely place, Holborn
    Hale (Ford) & Son, wax & tallowchandlers, 7 Cannon street
    Hale Lucy & Eliza, ladies' shoemaker, 1 Charlotte street, Bedford square
    Hale & Morris, law writers, 63 Carey street, Lincoln's inn
    Hale & Pope, coach maker, 80 Margaret street, Cavendish square
    Hale Benjamin, butcher, Elm lane, Bayswater
    Hale Edward Cox, bookseller &c. 6 Barnsbury street, Liverpool road
    Hale Ford jun. merchant & importer of oils, see Long & Hale
    Hale George bootmaker, 13 Tavistock street, Covent garden
    Hale George, brewer, 9, 10, 11 & 12 Redcross street, Cripplegate
    Hale James, bedding manufacturer, 12 Green Dragon yard, High Holborn
    Hale James, watch motion maker, 17 President street east, Goswell road
    Hale John, Hat & Feathers P. H. 164 Goswell street
    Hale John Richard Westgarth, barrister, 23 Chancery lane
    Hale John William, average stater, Lloyd's, & 1 White lion court, Cornhill
    Hale Joseph, cheesemonger, 152 Bermondsey street
    Hale Joseph, cheesemonger, 147 Bethnal green road
    Hale Joseph, tobacconist, 91 Berwick street, Soho
    Hale Joseph Richard, hairdresser, 17 High street, Pentonville
    Hale Marcus, tobacconist, 36 Gresse street, Tottenham court road
    Hale Samuel, boot & shoemaker, 18 Cirencester place, Fitzroy square
    Hale Samuel Edward Peacock, oilman, see Fenning & Hale
    Hale Stephen, Waterloo Hotel, see Hanwell & Hale
    Hale Thomas, brass & metal founder, Pleasant place, Broadwall
    Hale Thomas, butcher, 80 Great Tower street, City
    Hale Thomas, carpenter, &c. 58 Southampton street, Pentonville
    Hale Thomas, watch motion maker, 6 St. James' street, Clerkenwell
    Hale Warren S. moulded, wax, patent sperm & tallow candle manufacturer, 21 Cateaton street, & 119 Bunhill row
    Hale William, dairyman, 14 Southampton street, Fitzroy square
    Hales James, cheesemonger, 52 Chapel street, Pentonville
    Hales Joseph, butcher, 102 Crawford street, Portman square
    Hales Peter, baker, 13 Church lane, Commercial road
    Hales Thomas, brass & copper wire drawer, 117 Fenchurch street
    Hales Thomas, cabinet & chair manufacturer & upholsterer, 2 New court, Bow lane, & 96 Charlotte street, Fitzroy square
    Hales William, appraiser & broker, 29 (it. St. Andrew street, Seven Dials
    Hales William, fruiterer, 1 Carthusian street, Charterhouse square
    Haley John Rd. & Co. Britannia P.H. 83 High street, Camden town
    Haley Maria (Mrs.), potato dealer, South row, Covent garden market
    Halfhead Robert, cowkeeper, 24 Worship street, Finsbury
    Halfhide George & Son, seal engravers, &c. 7 Coventry street
    Halfhide Thomas, smith & bellhanger, 231 Upper Thames street
    Halford & Co. navy agents, 41 Norfolk street, Strand
    Halford Elizh (Mrs.), cabinet maker, 7 St. Agnes terrace, Finsbury
    Halford Sir Henry, bart. physician, 16 Curzon street, Mayfair
    Halford Henry, sen. butcher, 6 Norfolk place, Lower road, Islington
    Halford James, baker, 14 Down street, Piccadilly
    Halford John, hatter, 104 St. John street, West Smithfield
    Halford Rt. Gray, working jeweller, 10 Berkeley street, Clerkenwell
    Halfpenny Joseph, Bell P.H. 8 Little Titchfield street, Portland place
    Halfpenny Thomas, carpenter, &c. 26 St. Anns court, Dean street, Soho
    Halket Dayid, insurance broker, ship & general agent, 19 St. Helen's place
    Halksworth William, watchmaker, jeweller & engraver, 58 Fleet street
    Hall & Allan, linendrapers, &c. 69, 70 & 71 St. Paul's church yard
    Hall Benjamin & Son, saddlers, 15 Down street, Piccadilly
    Hall, Bishop & Mourilyan, attorneys, 2 Verulam buildings, Gray's inn
    Hall & Boyd, sugar refiners, Breezer's hill, Ratcliff Highway
    Hall Brothers, hat manufacturers & furriers, 130 London wall
    Hall & Carey, ship & insurance brokers, 6 Circus, Minories
    Hall & Davidson, flour factors, 1 Circus place, London wall
    Hall Edward & Co. ink manufacturers, 5 Greville street, Hatton garden
    Hall George & Co. woollen manufacturers, 59 Aldermanbury
    Hall George & Son, linendrapers, 69 Bishopsgate without

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