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    The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - J.

    The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - J.

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    Jack of Newbury, William Snood, 25 Chiswell Street EC
    Jacobs Well, John Ahrens, 25 New Inn roadway, Curtain road EC
    Jacobs Well, Mrs Isabella Billinge, 127 Hanbury Street E
    Jamica Tavern, William Chicken, 495 Southwark Park Road SE
    Jamica Tavern, Thomas Harwood, West India Dock Road E
    Jamaica Wine House, Edward John Rose & Co.St Michaels Alley, Cornhill EC
    Jane Shore, Edward John Rose & Co 103 Shoreditch High Street E
    Jew’s Harp, Phillip Turner Godfrey, 1 Redhill Street NW
    Jobs Castle, Phillip Thomas Wilson, 40 White Lion Street, Norton Falgate E
    John Bull, George Charles Busby, 287 Southwark Park Road
    John Bull, Edward Clake, 64 Tyers St. Lambeth SE
    John Bull, Mrs Elizabeth May, 2 Bath Street, Poplar
    John O Groats, Arthur Roberts, 63 Gray St, Blackfriars Road SE
    Johnson’s Arms, George Sears, 24 Johnson Street, Notting Hill W
    Joiners Arms, Frederick Thomas Crabb, 154 Tredegar Road, Bow E
    Joiners Arms, Herbert Reeves Lamport, 59 Westminster bridge Road SE
    Jolly Anglers, Arthur Lewis Baker, 68 Bath Street, City Road E C
    Jolly Anglers, Harry Rolles, 227 Kentish Town Road NW
    Jolly Butchers, William Hy. Dearling, 261 Old Street,  EC
    Jolly Butchers, Frank Albert Jennings, 157 Brick Lane E
    Jolly Farmers, Albert Dyke, 118 Southgate Road. N
    Jolly Farmers, John Wynne, 64 Cumberland Market NW
    Jolly Gardeners, David Evans, Princes Road, Lambeth SE
    Jolly Gardeners, Andrew William Pearce, 14 Cobourg Street, Euston Square NW
    Jolly Miller, Edward Dickman, 50 Millbank Street SW
    Jolly Sailor, Henry Hall, 182 St George Street E
    Jolly Sailor, Henry Austen Lambert, 91 Lower Road SE
    Jolly Sailors & Little Billet, Henry Sturke, 314 Cable Street E
    Jolly Tanners, Sydney Tilbury, 1 Rothsay Street, Bermondsey New Road SE
    Jolly Waterman, Henry Pocock 51 Rotherhithe Street SE
    Jubilee, Digby Compton Whitehead, 3 Gee Street, Clarendon Square NW
    Junction, Tom Barrett, 92 Tavistock Road W
    Junction Tavern, Keates & Arnold, 101 Fortess Road NW
    Junction Tavern, Frederick James Squires, 215 Cambridge Road, Kilburn Park NW

    Transcribed by Glenda Groombridge-Nixon

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