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    The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - C6.

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    Coopers Arms, Sydney Andrews, 24 Tower Street, Westminster Bridge Road SE
    Coopers Arms, George Block, 87 Flood Street, Chelsea SW
    Coopers Arms, William Thomas Dwight, 16 Sun Street, Finsbury EC
    Coopers Arms, John Male Fiddes, 19 Tanner Street, Bermondsey SE
    Coopers Arms, Abraham Lewis Garrett, 98 Golden Lane EC
    Coopers Arms, Samuel James Muncy, 32 Huntingdon Street, Hoxton N
    Coopers Arms, Joseph Salter, 52 Union Street, Borough SE
    Coopers Arms, Henry Albert James Williams, 13 Silver Street EC & 1A Monkwell Street EC
    Coopers Arms Tavern, Henry Nelson & Co., 19 Budge Row EC
    Copenhagen, Jonathan Batsford, 183 Salmon Lane E
    Copenhagen House, Charles Frederick Williams, 374 York Road N
    Corner Pin, Albert Edward Burrows, 40 Strutton Ground SW
    Cornish Arms, Robert Crane, 14 & 16 Carlisle Street, Edgware Road NW
    Cornwall Arms, Charles Alexander Simpson, 76 Cornwall Road SE
    Coronet, Mrs. Harriet Lindley, 9 & 10 Soho Street, Soho Square W
    Cottage of Content, Harry Walter Coplestone, 123 Rodney Road, Walworth SE
    Cotton Arms, Fred Elliston, 92 St. Paul’s Road, Limehouse E
    County Terrace, Frederick James Harris, 93 New Kent Road SE
    Court Tavern, Robert Henry Norman Thorne, 42 Renfrew Road, Lower Kennington Lane SE
    Courtfield Hotel, Dickie & Larby, 181 Earls Court Road SW
    Cow & Calf Tavern, Thomas John Sewell, 27 & 29 Eastcheap EC
    Cranbourn, Henry Bishop, 1 Upper St. Martin’s Lane WC
    Cranley Arms, Bloxham & Stokes, 52 Fulham Road SW
    Craven Arms, George Leonard, 38 Marshall Street W
    Craven Arms, Charles Henry Waller, Craven Passage, Strand WC
    Craven Head, William Miles, 99 Drury Lane WC
    Cremorne Arms, John Gardiner Banfield, 1 Lots Road, Chelsea SW
    Cricketers, Charles Herbert Jones, 148 Newington Butts SE
    Cricketers, Ernest Pearce, 30 Wellington Street, Camden Town NW
    Crimea Tavern, Richard Jones, 36 Inkerman Road NW
    Criterion, Richard L. Melhuish, 116 St. John Street EC
    Crooked Billet, William Brown, 93 Hoxton Street N
    Crooked Billet, Erbach Brothers, 43 King David Lane E
    Crooked Billet, Mrs. Eliza Emily Hill, 1 Tower Hill E & 1 King Street E
    Crooked Billet, William Caryl Ponsford, 6 Portsmouth Street WC
    Crooked Billet, Martin Tracey Richardson, 10 Crooked Lane EC
    Crooked Billet, Matthew Tarlton, 32 St George Street E
    Crosby Head, Mrs. Sarah Ann Winters, 1 Pitfield Street N

    Transcribed by Lyn Yates

    And Last updated on: Friday, 02-Feb-2018 01:10:42 GMT
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