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    The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - C4.

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    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W YZ

    Clarendon, Richard Coe, 52 Cambridge Street, Pimlico SW
    Clarendon, Mrs. Sarah Ann Courtin, 92 Mildmay Park N
    Clarendon, Philip Rose, 364 Oxford Street W
    Clarendon Arms, William Dominick Westcott, 86 Balcorne Street, Hackney NE
    Clarendon Hotel, George Joseph Coppendale, 85 Clarendon Road W
    Clay Hall, Alfred George, 497 Old Ford Road, Bow E
    Clayton Arms, George Edward Clark, 27 Kennington Oval SE
    Cleopatra Hotel, John Charles Lethbridge Hawkins, 15 & 16 Beaufort Buildings, Strand WC
    Clerkenwell Tavern, Frederick Ernest Osborne, 106 Farringdon Road EC
    Cleveland Arms, Francis Joseph Skiff, 28 Chilworth Street, Westbourne Terrace W
    Clifton Arms, John Henderson Clark, 152 Fulham Road SW
    Clifton Hotel, Richard Bradshaw, 96 Clifton Hill NW
    Cliftonville Tavern, William John Huxley & Co., Ilderton Road, South Bermondsey SE
    Clock House, Charles Pay, 40 Leather Lane EC
    Clock House, George Thomas Wood, 13 & 14 Houghton Street WC
    Clock House, Arthur Thomas Yardley, 1 Brompton Road SW
    Clothworkers Arms, Samuel Prior, 52 Arlington Street, New North Road N
    Cloudesley Arms, William Thorpe, Cloudesley Place N
    Clown, Wallace Gardiner Lewis, 136 St. John Street Road EC
    Clyde, George Wyatt, 187 Commercial Road East E
    Coach & Horses, Alfred Abrahams, 42 Wellington Street WC
    Coach & Horses, Charles Ayton, 1 & 2 Chester Mews, Grosvenor Place SW
    Coach & Horses, Henry Beard, 21 North Street, Westminster SW
    Coach & Horses, James Thomas Beer, 2 Old Compton Street, Soho W
    Coach & Horses, William James Bell, 69 St. Matthias Road, Stoke Newington N
    Coach & Horses, Walter Binckes, 71 St. John Street Road EC
    Coach & Horses, William Walsingham Bowyer, James Street, Kensington W
    Coach & Horses, Henry Brown, 259 Bow Road E
    Coach & Horses, William Henry Burden, 71 Bartholomew Close EC
    Coach & Horses, Edwin John Burt, 21 Fann Street EC
    Coach & Horses, Frank Arthur Butler, 153 Aldersgate Street EC
    Coach & Horses, William Cavers, 8 Broad Street, Lambeth SE
    Coach & Horses, Charles Robert Cutter, 29 Greek Street W
    Coach & Horses, Frank Day, 323 & 324 Strand WC
    Coach & Horses, William Bignell Elliott, 5 Hill Street, Berkeley Square W
    Coach & Horses, George William Flood, 56a Minories E
    Coach & Horses, James William Fowler, 29 Ray Street, Clerkenwell EC
    Coach & Horses, Robert Paul Greenwood, 276 Edgware Road W
    Coach & Horses, Henry Guest, 95 Lower Sloane Street SW
    Coach & Horses, George Frederick Hacker, 3 Mitchell Street, St. Luke’s EC
    Coach & Horses, Miles Hall, 108 High Street, Notting Hill W
    Coach & Horses, Mrs. Harriett Harvey, 49 St. Johns Square EC
    Coach & Horses, Alfred Harrison, 83 Long Lane SE
    Coach & Horses, John Charles Hodgkins, 21 Beak Street, Regent Street W
    Coach & Horses, George Kendall, 58 York Street, Westminster SW
    Coach & Horses, Mrs. Jane Ellen Kent, 1 Great Marlborough Street W
    Coach & Horses, Harry Augustus Lloyd, 16 Conduit Street W
    Coach & Horses, Massar & Chapman, 4 Portsmouth Place, Lincoln’s Inn Fields WC
    Coach & Horses, Edmund Walter Mawby, 120 Holborn EC
    Coach & Horses, Arthur Moore, 348 Clapham Road SW
    Coach & Horses, Edward Henry Page & Son, 199 Shadwell High Street E
    Coach & Horses, Mrs. Thomas Pain, 5 Bruton Street W
    Coach & Horses, William Henry Rollings, 214 Holloway Road N
    Coach & Horses, Mrs. Rosina Simpson, 66 Chiswell Street EC
    Coach & Horses, Tom Spenceley, 380 Mile End Road E
    Coach & Horses, Benjamin William Wren, 11 Avery Row, Grosvenor Street W

    Transcribed by Lyn Yates

    And Last updated on: Wednesday, 25-Nov-2015 15:22:29 GMT
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