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     Licensed Victuallers Association in 1834 part 1

    Licensed Victuallers Asylum and School.

    A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in  London. The  London listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

    LVA 1834 - May 9, 1834 Morning Advertiser subscriptions listings part 1

    Subscribers (excluding amounts)
    Benjamin Hawes esq, MP for Lambeth
    Right Hon Charles Tennyson, MP for Borough of Lambeth
    Sir William Ingilby, bart, MP, 18 Berkeley square
    George Byng, MP
    William Hawes, Old Barge House, Blackfriars
    Messrs Barclay and Co, Brewers, Park street, Southwark
    Messrs Charrington, Head & Co, Ale Brewers, Mile End
    Messrs Coombe, Delafield and Co, Brewers, Castle street, Long acre
    Messrs Courage and Donaldson, Brewers, Horselydown lane
    Messrs Goding and Broadwood, Ale Brewers, 50 Broad street, Golden square
    Mr James Groves at Messrs Coombe, Delafield and Co, Brewers, Castle street, Long acre
    Messrs Hoare and Co, Red Lion Brewhouse, Lower east Smithfield
    Messrs John Ramsbottom and Co, Ale Brewers, Pauls wharf, Upper Thames street
    Messrs Andrew Reid and Co, Brewers, Liquorpond street, Holborn
    Mr Thomas Smith, Ale Brewer, Mark Browns wharf, Potters fields
    Messrs Truman, Hanbury and Co, Brewers, Brick lane, Spitalfields
    Messrs Whitbread and Co, Brewers, Chiswell street
    Messrs Wood and Sons, Artillery Brewery, Westminster
    Messrs Currie and Co, Distillers, Vine street, Bloomsbury
    Edward Tanquery Esq, Messrs Currie and Co, Distillers, Bloomsbury
    Charles Tanquery Esq, Messrs Currie and Co, Distillers, Bloomsbury
    Messrs Curtis and Co, Distillers, 6 Assembly row, Mile End road
    Messrs Neville, Reid and Thompson, Spirit merchants, 2 Suffolk lane, Cannon street
    Messrs Smith and Co, Distillers, Whitechapel
    Messrs Devine, Soda and Ginger beer manufacturers, 96 Great Portland street, Marylebone
    Mr Thomas G Purt, Soda water and Ginger beer manufacturer, 13 St Mary at Hill
    Mr John Rawlins, Ginger beer manufacturer, Nassau street
    Mr George Ray, Ginger beer manufacturer, 15 Grey coat place, Westminster
    Mr John Webb, Double Soda water manufacturer to his Majesty, Colnbrook Cottage, Colebrooke row, Islington
    Mr Bill, Oxford Arms, Westminster road
    Messrs Bleaden, Breach and Bathe, London Tavern, Bishopsgate street
    Mr G M Cutmore, 125 Minories
    Mr Richard Jackson, Pitmans Arms, Pitmans buildings, St Lukes
    Mr Shepherd, Crown, Clerkenwell green
    Messrs Child, Vickers and Co, Distillers, Stoney street, Borough
    Messrs William Webb and Son, Wine and Brandy merchants, 4 King William street, London bridge
    Mr James Poore sen, Blue Cross, Wardour street, Soho
    Mr William Jackson, Rectifier, New street, Dockhead
    Messrs Vickers and Slee, Vinegar manufacturers, Church street, Bermondsey
    Mr Shenton, Railway House, Old Kent road
    Mr Andrew McCallan, Sols Arms, Hampstead road
    Mr Henry Rose, Architect, 100 Great Guildford street, Borough
    Mr T Coleman, Soda water manufacturer, 33 Baalzephon street, Bermondsey
    Mr Charles Coultas, Blue Anchor, 9 Clare street, Clare market
    Mr John Tullett jun, Old Duke of Grafton, New road, Paddington
    Messrs Bunyan and Lyncy, Wine and Coal merchants, 9 Mincing lane
    Mr James Abbey, Lion and Lamb, Drummond street, Euston square, New road
    Mr Henry Baddams, Johns Head, Holland street, Blackfriars road
    Mr John Hayter, Jack Straws Castle, Hampstead
    Mr Luke Samuel Keep, Stags Head, New Cavendish street, Portland place
    Mr George Bowles, late of White Conduit House, Pentonville


    Mr John Cox, Brewer, Whites Grounds, Bermondsey
    Mr Isaac Halse, Brooks Club house, St james's
    Mr M P Lovegrove (deceased) late of Messrs Ramsbottom and Co, Windsor Ale Brewers, Pauls wharf
    Mr James Poore jun, Blue Cross, Wardour street, Soho
    Mr William Greenwood, Northumberland Arms, Bagnigge wells road
    Messrs Grimes and Son, Beer engine makers, Osborn street, Whitechapel
    Mr John Fred James, Bedford Arms, Camden Town
    Mr James Seaward, Jolly Gardeners, Coburg street, Euston square
    Mr George Wallis, Kings Arms, Little Woodstock street, Weymouth street, Marylebone
    Mr John Kingston, Swan with two Necks, Great Carter lane, Doctors Commons
    Mr James Lock, Plumber etc, High street, Peckham
    Mr George Edwards, Black Prince, Staverton row, Walworth road
    Mr Edward Hayden, Adam and Eve, Peckham
    Mr John Normington, Goat and Compasses, 8 Upper Fitzroy street, Fitzroy square
    Mr Henry Thompson, Rose and Crown, Tottenham court road
    Mr William Hugh Richard Lea, Feathers, Oxford street
    Mr Thomas Buck, Hollybush Tavern, Hampstead
    Mr William Parker, White Horse, Castle street, Long acre
    Mr William Bowen, Adam and Eve, York street, Westminster
    Mr William Berry, Duke of Kent, Martha street, St Georges in the East
    Mr Henry Gostling, Grapes, Coleman street
    Mr William Henry Miles, Red Lion, Duke street, Manchester square
    Mr George Pitman, Crown, Highgate hill, Middlesex
    Mr George Chantry, Horse Shoe Tap, 267 Tottenham court road
    Mr Joseph Hayling, Suttling House, St James's Palace
    Mr Badder, Pearsons Arms, Kingsland road
    Mr Edward Blaker, George, Stratford, Essex
    Mr George Eke, Coach and Horses, Grafton street, High street, Marylebone
    Mr James George, Three mariners, 27 Bermondsey wall
    Mr James Leach, Bull, 190 Kingsland road
    Mr Henry Tombs, Harcourt Arms, Harcourt street, Marylebone
    Mr John White, Sheer Hulk, New King street, Deptford
    Mr W S Richford (deceased), White Hart, Deptford green
    Mr James Shaw jun, Queens Arms, Spa road, Bermondsey
    Mr Abraham Hawkins, Cricketers, Greenwich
    Mr Henry Blackburn, Coopers Arms, Russell street, Bermondsey
    Mr Leabon Rout, Crown, Waltham, Essex
    Mr James Deacon, Angel, Lewisham
    Mr John Balls, builder, Grange road, Bermondsey
    Messrs Gerardin and Watson, Pewterers, 21 Portland street, Oxford street
    Mr Henry Haines jun, Auctioneer etc, 61 Fore street, Cripplegate
    William Leigh esq, of Messrs Ramsbottom and Co, Pauls wharf
    Mr Chas Webb, Wine and Brandy merchant, 4 King William street, London bridge
    Mr Leonard Baldry, Queens Head and Artichoke, Albany street, Regents park
    Mr James Beckett, White Raven, Raven street, Whitechapel road
    Mr John Brown, of Messrs Ramsbottom and Co, Pauls wharf
    Mr William Bullock, Rose, West street, Twigg Folly, Bethnal Green
    Mr John Jenkins Bywater, 23 Sackville street, Piccadilly
    Mr William Cox, late of the Royal Oak, Stepney
    Mr Edward Dyke, Throwsters Arms, Essex street, Whitechapel
    Mr Francis Goode, Black Boy, Mile End
    Mr Joseph Graves, Phoenix and Crown, Potters fields
    Mr William Gurney, Mackworth Arms, Commercial road
    Mr Isaac Harris, Princess of Wales, 46 London road
    Mr Thomas Hemingway, Kings Arms Tavern, Mile End road
    Mr James Howard, Quarantine, Hampton court
    Mr Thomas Jackson, Kings Arms, Old Kent road
    Mr William Knock, Sun, Limekilns, Greenwich
    Mr Henry Lancaster, British Lion, President street, Goswell street road
    Mr John Lea, Grapes and Cans, 142 Goswell street, St Lukes
    Mr George Leech, late of the King of Prussia, Kensington
    Mr Thomas Lobb, George, Thomas street, Horselydown
    Mr William Manning, 7 Mile End road
    Mr Thomas Marlow, Fair street, Horselydown St Johns
    Mr Edw Marshall, Pewterer, 41 Clifton street, Finsbury
    Mr William Miller, Plough, Lewisham
    Mr William Niblett, Old Kings Head, Upper Clapton
    Mr Richard Pettit, Weavers Arms, Green street, Bethnal Green
    Mr Jas Poore jun, Blue Cross, Wardour street, Soho
    Mr Samuel Price, Duke of York, 137 Blackfriars road
    Mr John Ramsay, Angel Inn, Broad street, St Giles
    Mr Henry Roberts, Prince Regent, Globe road, Mile End road
    Mr Samuel Robbins, Bricklayers Arms, Parkers row, Dockhead
    Mr Thomas Rouse, Eagle Tavern, City road
    Mr R T Seabrook, Bricklayers Arms, Old Kent road
    Mr Benj Southall, Hope, High street, Islington
    Mrs Shenton (deceased), Halfway House, Old Kent road
    Mr Simon Silcock, Duke of York, Somers Town
    Mr David Smith, White Swan, Great Dover road, Borough
    Mr James Smith, Two Brewers, 27 London Wall
    Mr Robert Tagg, Rye House, Peckham Rye
    Mr Edw Wallis, 62 Stafford place, Pimlico
    Mr James Ward, Navy Arms, Deptford
    Mr Thomas Waterman, White Bear, Kent street, Borough
    Mr John Timothy Adamson, Vernon Arms, Pentonville
    Mrs Alabaster, Market House, Finsbury market
    Mrs Jane Alford, Dun Cow, Northampton place, Old Kent road
    Mrs Allison, Black Boy and Camel, Leadenhall street
    Mr J Appleton, Woolhampton, Berkshire, per Mr Shaw, Tower, Westminster road
    Mr John Axe, Salmon and Ball, Wheeler street, Spitalfields
    Mr James Ballantine, Golden Anchor, 181 High street, Wapping
    Miss Thomasine Beeton, Dolphin, Milk street, Cheapside
    Mr Richard Bennett. Rose and Crown, Artillery street, Bermondsey
    Mrs Janet Bland, Star and Garter, 4 Old Palace yard, Westminster
    Mr Thomas Botwright, Thomas street, Hackney road
    Mr Thomas Brown, Royal Standard, Albion place, Waterloo New Town, Bethnal Green
    Mrs Brown, Flask Tavern, Ebury square, Pimlico
    Mr Henry Buggs, Old Rose, Snows Fields, Bermondsey
    Mr Burchell, Masons Arms, Canterbury place, Lambeth
    Mr Charles John Burden, Bricklayers Arms, 201 Whitecross street, Cripplegate
    Mr Matthew Burn, Spotted Horse, 197 Shoreditch
    Mr Thomas Burnell, Princess Charlotte, Albany road, Camberwell
    Mr George Burry, Castle, King street, Cheapside
    Mr William Butler, Gloucester Coffee house, 248 Oxford street
    Mrs Carpenter, Bricklayers Arms, 31 North street, Manchester square
    Mr John Chamberlain, Gun, 117 High street, Shoreditch
    Mr Coatsworth, Stag, 20 Dorset street, Portman square
    Mr William Collison, Princess Victoria, 20 Ernest street, Regents park
    Mr Charles Cook, George and Dragon, Hoxton market, Shoreditch
    Mr Thomas Cox, Plough, Plough yard, Shoreditch
    Mrs Ann Cundy, Duke of Wellington, Hoxton Old Town
    Mr Robert Daniel, Fox under the Hill, Denmark hill, Camberwell
    Mr James Davenport, Pewterer, Dean street, Westminster
    Mr John Davis, Blind Beggar, Bethnal Green
    Mr Thomas Davis, Wine and Spirit merchant, 26 Mincing lane
    Mrs Davis, Lord Nelson, Trafalgar street, Walworth
    Messrs Joseph and Charles Dingwell, Wine and Spirit merchants, Bull Inn yard, 91 Bishopsgate street Within
    Miss Downes, Hour Glass, Upper Thames street
    Mr John Drake, White Bear, Queens place, Kennington road
    Mrs Eastgate, Rose and Crown, 12 Lower Crown street, Westminster
    Mrs Catherine Elgee, Swan Inn, Cornbury place, Old Kent road
    Mrs Elliott, White Hart, 72 Bunhill row, Finsbury
    Mr Thomas Elvidge, Tower Shades, Tower Hill
    Mrs Emms, Crown, Holloway
    Mr William Evamy, at Messrs Neville, Reid and Thompsons, Suffolk lane
    Mr William Everett, Hand in Hand, Kensington Gore
    Mr William Flagg, Alfreds Head, Alfred street, Stepney
    Mr George Fowler, Queens Head, Fleet street, Bethnal Green
    Mr Edward Finley, Green Dragon, King street, Golden square
    Mr Thomas Gilson, City of London, 5 and 6 Bucklersbury
    Mr Thomas Gilby, Woolpack, St Peters Alley, Cornhill
    Mr John Glanville, Two Brewers, Stoney street, Tooley street, Borough
    Mr J Gooddy, Duke of Clarence, Horseferry road, Westminster
    Mrs Griggs, Tysson Arms, Dalston
    Mr Isaac Harmworth, Golden Ball, King street, Snow hill
    Mr James Hall, Weavers Arms, Backchurch lane, Whitechapel
    Mr Nathaniel Hardy, Angel, Upper Ground street, Blackfriars road
    Mrs Elizabeth Hayward, Blue Anchor, Peckham
    Mr Samuel Hayward, Red Lion, Spicer street, Mile End New Town
    Mrs Harriet Hitchcock, Rising Sun, Harper street, New Kent road
    Mr John Hodges, Cabinet maker to LV Asylum, 10 Hoxton market
    Mr John Holcomb, carpenter, 4 Park road, Peckham New Town
    Mr Stephen Tutt Hood, White Horse Hotel, Brighton, Sussex
    Mrs Howard, Coach and Horses, Dover street, Piccadilly
    Mrs Martha Howe, Sovereign, Clarence gardens, Regents park
    Mr John Hutchins, Horse and Groom, Walworth


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