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The London 1891 Public House & Publican Directory.

This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the UK London Post Office Directory in 1891; it lists an alphabetical listing of these
Public Houses in London, and the Publicans.

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Queen, Hy. G. Marner, 571 Manchester road E
Queen, Alfred William Wright, 81 Neate street, Albany road SE
Queen Adelaide, William King, 483 Hackney road E
Queen Anne, Georeg Wright, 56 South street, Walworth SE
Queen Catherine, Robert Newstead, 119 Brook street, Ratcliff E
Queen Charlotte, Hy. H. Finch, 210 Jamaica road SE
Queen Elizabeth, Walter Burrows, 42 Merrow street, Walworth SE
Queen & Prince Albert, Albert Edwin Parker, 125 Great Titchfield street W
Queen Victoria, James Walker Barr, 179 St. Leonard street E
Queen Victoria, Frank Huggins, 45 Skinner street, Clerkenwell EC
Queen Victoria, Alfred Jn. Paine, 148 Southwark park road SE
Queen Victoria, Thomas Hubt. Paris, 1 Barnet grove, Bethnal green E
Queen Victoria, John Smith, 96 Exmouth street E
Queens Arms, Hy Harry Akers, 19 Caledonian road N
Queens Arms, Reuben Barbey, 30 Queens gate mews, Kensington SW
Queens Arms, John Kirk Burch, 11 Warwick street SW
Queens Arms, Joseph Creecb, 38 Albert gate, Knightsbridge SW
Queens Arms, George Evans, 288 Hackney road E
Queens Arms, Robert Gallaway, 12 Bateman street, Soho W
Queens Arms, Frederick Samuel Gi11, 18 Portland street, Walworth SE
Queens Arms, William Henry Hiscock, 8 Little College street, Westminster SW
Queens Arms, William Henry Ivey, 53 Douglas street, Deptford S E
Queens Arms, Joseph Newport. 49 Henry street N
Queens Arms, William George Pearce, 2 Queens crescent, Haverstock hill N W
Queens Arms, Henry Phillips, 26 Norland road W
Queens Arms, Frank Rehm, 78 Spa road, Bermondsey S E
Queens Arms, William Chas. Sheppard, 96 Marlborough road SW
Queens Arms, Aug. John Sherrott.10Red Lion passageWC
Queens Arms, Foster Shoebridge, Queensland road N
Queens Arms, Jonathan George Thompson, 127 Oxford street W
Queens Arms, Joseph Walsh, 1 Lower William street, Portland town NW
Queens Arms, Henry George Whittenbury, 97 Upper Kennington lane S E
Queens Arms, Alex. Williams, 30 & 31 Queen street E C
Queens Arms, Charles Willis, 3 & 4 Bird in hand court EC
Queens Elm, William Treadwel1, 241 Fulham road SW
Queens Head, Braithwaite Arnett, 167 Bermondsey street S E
Queens Head, William Bishop, 35 Fendall street, Bermondsey S E
Queens Head, William Bisp, 10 Charlotte street S E
Queens Head, Edward H. Bradly & Sons, 178 Hoxton street N
Queens Head, George Brown, 22 Charlotte street, Whitechapel E
Queens Head, Jesse Carpenter, 116 Tanner street, Bermondsey S E
Queens Head, Spencer W. T. Chaplin, 48 Broad street, Lambeth SE
Queens Head, Harry Clarke, 15 Wharf road, City road N
Queens Head, Mrs. Harriett Clifford, 3 Water lane, Blackfriars EC
Queens Head, Joseph Collien, 45 Pitfield street, Hoxton N
Queens Head, Tom Cox, 14 Medland street, Ratcliffe E
Queens Head, Felix Fletcher, 159 City road E C
Queens Head, George Foreman.19 Great Tower street E C
Queens Head, Mrs. Elizabeth Fotheringham, 18 Amelia street, Walworth road S E
Queens Head, George Hy. Garlick, 18 Gossett street, Bethnal green E
Queens Head, Stanley Herbert Gibson, 22 High Holborn WC
Queens Head, John Robert Goudie, 66 Acton st. Grays inn road W C
Queens Head, William Harwood, 98 Cambridge road E
Queens Head, Mrs. Fras. G. Humphries, 104 Keppel street, Chelsea SW
Queens Head, Thomas Hunt, 243 Rotherhithe street S E
Queens Head, William James & Co. 64 Theobalds road W C
Queens Head, John Hy. Jones, 10 Pedley street, Bethnal green E
Queens Head, Walter Jones, 3 Albemarle street W
Queens Head, Alfred Jn. Kiddell, 215 Upper Thames street E C
Queens Head, Charles Knowler, 2 Great Guildford street SE
Queens Head, William Alexander Lashmar, 5 Tower hill E & 5 King street, Tower hill E
Queens Head, Kate Levy, 16 Denman street, Golden square W
Queens Head, Morris Joseph Myers, 74 Commercial street E
Queens Head, Henry Newcombe, 8 York street east, Stepney E
Queens Head, William Nicholls, 207 Tooley street S E
Queens Head, Frederick William Ponder, 33 Paradise street SE
Queens Head, Charles Price. 23 Easton street, Spafields W C
Queens Head, Alfred Renton, 23 Great Bath street, Clerkenwell E C
Queens Head, Mrs. Jane Richardson, 93 High street, Marylebone W
Queens Head, Gregory Spau1, 20 Park side, Knghtsbridge SW
Queens Head, Mrs. Sarah Thomson, 52 Piccadilly W
Queens Head, Richard Brown Troughton. 58 Great Ormond street WC
Queens Head, John Hope Turner, l54 Whitechapel road E
Queens Head, Richard Allen Turner, 33 Whitecross street E C
Queens Head, William Hy. Waldron, 1 & 2 Peters lane E C
Queens Head, George Augustus Young, 13 Little Pulteney street W
Queens Head, William Young, 68 Marsham street, Westminster SW
Queens Head & Artichoke, George Alexander Russell, 30 Albany street N W
Queens Head & French Horn, Thomas Edward Mack, 48 Little Britain, West Smithfield E C
Queens Head Hotel, Anstiss & Co. 405 Strand W C
Queens Head Inn, Charles Hoare, 105 Borough High street S E
Queens Hotel, Ernest Hartley, 49 Regents park road N W
Queens Hotel, Herbert Wellstead, 15 James street, Westbourne terrace W
Queens Palace of Varieties (Palace of Varieties Co. Limited, proprietors),Poplar High street E
Queens Tavern, Christopher Richard Treadaway, 1 Eton street, Regents park NW

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