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    Licensed Victuallers Association in 1825 - KL

    Licensed Victuallers Asylum and School.

    LV Association in 1825 AB CD EFG HIJ KL MN OPQR S TUVWY

    LIST of SUBSCRIBERS to the school from LADY DAY, 1824, to LADY DAY, 1825. [Lady Day is the 25th March]
    INCLUDING THE LIFE SUBSCRIBERS.

    Those marked thus * are Subscribers for Life, having contributed to the Fund TEN Pounds or Upwards (whose Names, together with the amount of their respective Subscriptions, are inscribed at the School House, in Kennington lane), and have Four Votes each for the Admission of Children.
    Those marked + are Members of the Committee.
    Annual Subscribers of One Guinea have One Vote for the Admission of Children, and an additional Vote for every additional Guinea per Annum subscribed.

    K.
    * King, Mr. Maida place, Edgware road
    * Kentish Mr, Apollo, Paddington street
    * Kean, Mr. James at Messrs. Henry Meux Co.’s, opposite Oxford street
    * Kemble, Mr. Thomas, Wine and Brandy merchant, 39 St. Mary hill
    * Kemp, Mr. John, Woolpack, Islington road
    * Keene, Mr Henry, Cheshire Cheese, Grosvenor row, Chelsea
    * King, Mr. Edward, Horse and Groom, John street, Edgware road
    * King, Mr. John, Pagoda, Bermondsey New road
    Kemp, Mr. at Messrs. Andrew Reid and Co.’s
    Keely Mr. at Mr. Goding’s, Cannon Brewery, Knightsbridge
    Keen, Mr, Brunswick Arms, Brunswick street, Blackfriars road
    King, Mr, White Swan, Fetter lane
    Kingsford, Mr, Swan with Two Necks, Lad lane
    King Mr, Fortune of War, East street, Manchester square
    Keeble, Mr, Old Kings Head, Mitchell street, St. Luke’s
    Keep, Mr. Stag’s Head, Duke street, Portland Chapel
    Kentìsh, Mr, Northumberland Arms, Great Russell street, Covent Garden
    Keenor Mr, Plough, Hornsey road, Islington
    Kay, Mr. White Horse, Cornwall road, Lambeth Marsh
    Kennington Mr. Bell, Edmonton
    Kerrìdge, Mr & Mrs. White Hart, Tottenham Court road
    Kinghorn, Mr. Wine and Brandy merchant, 25, Philpot lane
    Kerr, Mr, Shears, Wood street, Cheapside
    Kentìsh, Mrs. Apollo, Paddington street
    Kentìsh Miss Mary Ann, Apollo, Paddington street
    Keevil, Mr, George, Long lane, Borough
    Kearney, Mr, Dover Castle, Commercial road, Lambeth
    Keate, Mr. White Swan, Park street
    King, Mr, King's Head, Tower
    Kent, Mr, Lord Nelson Inn, North Cheam, near Morden, Surrey
    Kemp, Mrs, Woolpack, Islington Road ......
    Kennedy, Mr, Black Horse, George street, Bloomsbury
    Kidd, Mr, Lord Nelson, Old street road
    Keene, Mr, Britannia, Moor street, Marylebone
    Knight, Mr. King's Head, Middlesex street, Somers town
    Keene, Mr. Black Horse, Kent street

    L
    * Lewis, Mr.
    * Lancaster & Soulby, Messrs. 34 St. Mary Hill
    * Langrish, Mr. John, Broad Arrow, Grub street, St. Luke’s
    * Lucas, Mr. Charles, London Wine Company, Fleet street
    * Lambert Mr. Rochfod Mount, Tenbury, Worcestershire
    * Lyford, Mr. Guildford Arms, Guildford street, Foundling
    * Liptrap and Smith, Messrs. Distillers, Whitechapel
    * Langdale, Marmaduke, Esq. Rectifier, Holborn
    * Lovett, Mr. Charles, Larkhall lane, Lambeth
    * Little. Mr William. cloth worker, white Hart yard, Drury lane
    * Loddy, Mr George, Duke of Clarence, Charing cross
    * Lenox, Mr. Charles, Bell, Bell yard, Grace church street
    * Lane, Mr. W. Wine and Brandy Merchant, Dean street, Soho
    * Lawson, Mr. William, Wine and Brandy merchant, 39 St. Mary Hill
    * Latham, Richard, Esq. at Messrs. Henry Meux and Co's, opposite Oxford street
    * Lockett, Mr. jun, Cock, Threadneedle street
    * Lambert, Mr. Thomas, 20 Little Moorfields
    *+ Larby, Mr. William Adams, Crown and Anchor, Pavement, Moorfields
    * Lodge, Mr George, Wine and Spirit Broker, 68 Great Tower street
    * London Wine Company, 14 Fleet street
    Lawrence, Mr. William, Apollo, Tottenham Court road
    Lyall, Messrs. John and Sons, Ale Brewers, Chelsea
    * Lee, Thomas Esq, Banker, 71 Lombard street
    * Lincoln, Mr Stephen, Star, Duke street, Commercial road
    Licensed Victuallers of the City and Liberty of Westminster, being the Balance remaining in hand after defraying the Expenses of their Petition to Parliament for a Repeal of the additional Licence Duties, per Messrs. Wallis, Faulkner, etc
    Legacy bequeathed by the late Mr. George Darby, Bleeding Heart, Charles street, Hatton Garden, per Mr. Saunders, Executor
    Law Mr, Golden Lion, Goodman’s yard, Minories
    Leig Mr & Mrs, Golden Lane Brewery
    Leeson, Mr, Royal Mail, Upper street, Islington
    Leeson, Mr. Wheatsheaf, Church row, Pancras
    Lovelock, Mr, Ship and Whale, Russell street, Commercial Docks, Rotherhithe
    Lane, Mr. 4 Britannia row, Islington
    Lucas, Mr, Jacob’s Well, Jacob’s Well Passage, Barbican
    Leighton, Mr, Parrot, Green Arbor court, Old Bailey
    Luker Mr. Bunch of Grapes, Drury lane
    Lyford, Mrs. Guildford Arms, Guildford street, Foundling
    Lound, Mr. Paviors Arms, High street, Shadwell
    Lunn, Mrs, Crown and Anchor, North Brixton
    Lloyd, Mr. St. Martin, Duke street, Adelphi
    Luff, Mr, Fountain, King street, Seven Dials
    Larkin, Mr. at Messrs. Charrington’s, Mile End
    Lorant, Mr, White Bear, Hampstead
    Linstead Mrs, Two Chairmen, Pedler’s Acre, Lambeth
    Lynn, Mr & Mrs, Yorkshire Grey, Blackheath hill
    Loveday, Mr, Kings Arms, Whitechapel
    Lockett, Mr, Cock, Threadneedle street
    Letton, Mrs. Grace Ann, late of the Salutation, Greenwich
    Letton, Mr. Richard, Salutation, Greenwich
    Lewer, Mr. Walter, at Messrs. Seager and Evans’s, Millbank
    Lloyd, Mrs, Harrow, Borough market
    Lawes, Mr. Smiths’ Arms, New Park street, Southwark
    Lowder, Mr, Buffalo's Head, New road, Marylebone
    Lilly, Mr, Old King John, Holywell lane, Shoreditch
    Loadman, Mr, Cock, Holloway
    Lloyd, Mr. Manchester Coffee House, Manchester street, Manchester square
    Lane, Mr, Red Lion, Butcherhall lane
    Lloyd, Mr, Greyhound, Kennington Common
    Lee, Mr, Kings Arms, Bishopsgate Church yard
    Leech, Mr, White Lion, Edgware
    Long, Mr. Tallow chandlers’ Arms, King street, Golden square
    Lange, Mr, Red Cow, Mile End Road
    Langley, Mr, Lord Wellington, Kent road
    Lovekin, Mr, Horse shoe and Magpye, Coldbath square
    Lawes, Mr, Two Eagles, South street, West square, Lambeth
    Lomas, Mr, Pitt’s Head, Paddington street
    Lyall, Mr, White Hart, Fetter lane
    Lewis, Mr, Sols Arms, Wych street, Drury lane
    Lucas, Mr, Queens Head, Bermondsey street
    Lea, Mr, Angel, Thayer street, Manchester square
    Larby, Mrs. Crown and Anchor, Pavement, Moorfields
    Lewis, Mr, Blue Posts, Shoe lane
    Langman, Mr. White Bear, Bride lane


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