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    The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - H.

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    Haberdashers Arms, Charles Wright, 114 Pitfield Street N
    Hales Arms, John George Gibson, 8 Hale Street, Deptford SE
    Half Moon, Arthur Beach, 84 Esssex Road N
    Half Moon, Joseph Brown, 471 Holloway Road N
    Half Moon & Bulls Head, George Stoneham, 238 Rotherhithe Street SE
    Half Moon & Seven Stars, Daniel Foley, 119 St George Street E
    Half Moon Tavern, William Henry Burney, 88 Gracechurch Street EC & Grand Avenue, Leadenhall Market EC
    Halfway House, William Glover, 229 Rotherhithe New Road SE
    Hall Arms, William James Smith, 106 Church Street, Paddington W
    Hampshire Hog, John Abraham Carrington, 99 Berwick Street, Soho W
    Hampton Court Palace, William Barnes, 21 Crampton Street, Newington butts SE
    Hanbury Arms, Frederick Ernest Spraggons, 33 Linton Street, Islington N
    Hand & Crown, Dick Crockford, 93 New Oxford Street WC
    Hand & Flower, Thomas John Cribb, 1 Hammersmith Road W
    Hand & Flower, Miles Hall, 72a Parnell Road, Bow E
    Hand & Flower, William Hogg, 223 Union Street, Borough SE
    Hand in Hand, Charles Mitchell, 3 Moreton Street SW
    Hand in Hand, Alfred Raymond Welton, 57 High Holborn WC
    Hand & Marigold, Robert William Cropley, 129 Bermondsey New Road SE
    Hand & Racquet, Mrs Julia Helen Hawkin, 48 Whitcomb Street WC
    Hand & Shears, Arthur William Priddy, 1 Middle Street, Cloth Fair EC
    Hanover Arms, Emanuel Levy, 326 Kennington Park Road SE
    Harcourt Arms, Frederick William Kennedy, 32 Harcourt Street W
    Hare, Frederick Hill, 505 Cambridge Road NE
    Hare, Hyams Brothers, 150 Hoxton Street N
    Hare, Thomas Slater, 180 Brick Lane E
    Hare & Hounds, William Alfred Metcalf, 181 Upper Street N
    Harmood Arms, Mrs Eliza West, 59 Harmood Street NW
    Harp, Daniel Bear, 52 Carnaby Street, Golden Square W
    Harp, John David Hooper, 13 Harp Lane, Great Tower Street EC
    Harp, Edmund Perceval Waymouth, 52 Church Street, Lisson Grove NW
    Harp, Alfred Yockelson, 30 & 31 Russell Street, Covent Garden WC
    Harpur Arms, James George Andrews, 112 Theobalds Road EC
    Harrington Hotel, Charles Samuel John Leach, 25 Gloucester Road SW
    Harrison Arms, Henry Albert Goodwin, 28 Harrison Street, Grays In Road WC
    Harrow, Frederick Thomas Parry, 64 Compton Street, Clerkenwell EC
    Harrow, Chalres Alfred Riley, 22 Whitefriars Street EC
    Harrow, Arthur Thomas Smith, 9 Stoney Street, Borough SE
    Harry Tavern, Mrs Elizabeth Rowe, 131 Brunswick Road, Poplar E
    Harwood Arms, Harry Booth, 29 Walham Grove, Walham Green SW

    And Last updated on: Friday, 12-Feb-2016 20:12:37 GMT
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