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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    The London 1839 Public House & Publican Directory - as listed in LONDON 1839 Pigots Directory - CD.

    A listing of the Public Houses, Publicans and Public House address in 1839

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    Cumberlands head, Miller Hy, 66 bath Street
    Curriers Arms, Hudson John, 23 New Church Court, Strand
    Cutlers Arms, Simonds Abraham, 3 Cutler Street
    Cyder Cellar, Rhodes William, 22 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden
    Czars Head, Willoughby Richard, 48 Great Tower Street
     

    Darkhouse, Bruce Thos & Co, Three Tun Passage, Ivy Lane
    David and Harp, Friend Samuel, Fore Street, Limehouse
    Delaware Arms, Roche Lawrence, 220 Oxford Street
    Devonshire Arms, Hardy L, 4 Middle Row, Knightsbridge
    Devonshire Arms, Heath John, 21 Devonshire Street, Portland Place
    Devonshire Arms, Parsons William, Burne Street, Stepney
    Devonshire Arms, Pritchard J, 21 Duke Street, Portland Place
    Devonshire Arms, Spelt John, 20 Duke Street, Manchester Square
    Dial, Hunter James William, 132 Long Alley, Finsbury
    Distillers Arms, French Thomas, 11 Great Saffron Hill
    Dock House, Belton Jno, East India Dock Road
    Dr Butlers Head, Larby William Adams, 5 Whiterose Court, Coleman Court
    Dog & Duck, Jones John, 18 Queen Street, Soho
    Dog & Duck, Phillips Unity, Princes Street, Redlion Square
    Dog & Duck, Stanley Absalom John, East County Dock
    Dog & Stile, Pagdin William, 1 Earl Street
    Dolphin, Albin Robert, 50 Whitechapel Road
    Dolphin, Beeton Samuel & Son, 39 Milk Street, City
    Dolphin, Burdett Jas, 38 Church Street, Bethnal Green
    Dolphin, Capron George, 6 Union Street, Lambeth
    Dolphin, Crisp Edmund, 16 Long Alley, Finsbury
    Dolphin, Frampton William, Ludgate Hill
    Dolphin, Gardner Robert, 135 Old Street, St Lukes
    Dolphin, Gorton William, 22 Gutter Lane
    Dolphin, Horner John James, Mare Street, Hackney
    Dolphin, Nichols James, 60 Coleman Street
    Dolphin, Roberts W H, 318 Oxford Street
    Dolphin, Russell Edward, 15 Hyde Street, Bloomsbury
    Dolphin, Stennett Charles, 44 Redlion Street, Holborn
    Dolphin, Turk Richard N, Hungerford wharf
     

    And Last updated on: Wednesday, 07-Feb-2018 10:54:43 GMT
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