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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - P.

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    Packington Arms, William Nicholls Dewing, 125 Packington Street, Islington N
    Paget Arms, Mrs. Sarah Stokes, 107 Albert Road, Dalston NE
    Pagoda, Thomas Thompson Hirst, 64 Bermondsey New Road SE
    Pakenham Arms, William Robert Earl, Knightsbridge Green SW
    Pakenham Arms, William Goy, 1 Pakenham Street WC
    Palace Arms, William Weller, 48 Catherine Street, Pimlico SW
    Palm Tree, George Norman, 24 Palm Street, bow E
    Pamphilon, Thomas John Jackson, 17 Argyll Street W
    Panther, Joseph Romain, 15 Turin Street, Bethnal Green E
    Parisien, Mrs. Elizabeth Salter, 10 Furnival Street EC
    Park Hotel, Edwin Jackson, 156 Bishop’s Road NE
    Park Town Hotel, Homer Brothers, 201 Battersea Park Road SW
    Parr’s Head, Alfred Tredwen, 73 King Street, Camden Town NW
    Patterson’s Hotel, Samuel Renaut, 2 & 3 Charterhouse Square EC
    Paul’s Head, John Booker sen., 1 Crispin Street E
    Paul’s Head, Mrs. Elizabeth Luker, 14 Paul Street EC
    Paxton’s Head Tavern, Robert Henry Barnes, 11 Middle Row, Knightsbridge SW
    Peabody Arms, William Alfred Pass, 140 Shadwell High Street E
    Peabody Arms, George Vincent, 44 Broadwall, Blackfriars SE
    Peacock, Henry Goddard, 13 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden WC
    Peacock, George Morant, 12 Whitecross Street EC
    Peacock, Reuben Lewis Phillips, 41 Minories E
    Peacock, Henry Rawlings, 39 Lanfranc Street, Westminster Bridge Road SE
    Peacock, Edward John Rose & Co., 325 Cambridge Road E
    Peacock, Samuel Softley, 24 Holland Street, Southwark SE
    Peacock Tavern, Thomas Murray, 11 Islington High Street N
    Pearson’s Arms, Frederick Seymour Austin, 5 Pearson Street, Kingsland Road NE
    Pear Tree, Samuel Anidjah, 64 & 65 Lambeth Lower Marsh SE
    Pelham Arms, Robert King, 43 Pelham Street, South Kensington SW
    Pelican, Harry Beech, 45 All Saints’ Road W
    Pelican, Frederick Gannaway, 80 Southwark Street SE
    Pemberton Arms, Mrs. Emma Eliza Davidge, 99 Clinton Road, Mile End Road E
    Pembridge Castle, George Tegg, 45 Ledbury Road W
    Pembroke, Thomas Edward Whitehead, Kilburn Park road NW
    Pembroke Arms, Alfred Samuel Block, 62 Earl’s Court Road W
    Pembroke Castle, Harry Burrows, Bingfield Street N
    Pembroke Castle, Thomas Dinsmore, 150 Gloucester Road NW
    Pembury Tavern, Thomas Edward Cross, 90 Amhurst Road, hackney Road NE
    Pendergast Arms, Reuben Gibbs, 305 St. Leonard’s Road, Poplar E
    Penshurst Arms, Charles John LeGrove, 25 Penshurst Road, Hackney NE
    Penton Arms, Alfred George Evans, 54 Pentonville Road N
    Percy Arms, Mrs. Ruth Scott, 26 Great Percy Street WC
    Perseverance, John Henry Clarke, 11 Shroton Street, Lisson Grove NW
    Perseverance, William George Jones, 1 Lupus Street SW
    Perseverance, William Thomas Taunton, 20 Netley Street, Hampstead Road NW
    Perseverance Tavern, Alfred Thomas Hollingbery, 194 Southgate Road N
    Peter the Great, Mrs. Catherine Major Gaze, Foreign Cattle Market, Deptford SE
    Petters Hotel, Mrs. Annie Jane Harrison, 1 Garrick Street, Covent Garden WC
    Pewter Platter, Mrs. Jennie Brockington, Charles Street, Hatton Garden EC
    Pewter Platter, Harry King, 11 White Lion Street E
    Pewter Platter, Charles Smith, 12 Broad Street, Ratcliffe

    Transcribed by Lyn Yates


    And Last updated on: Sunday, 14-Feb-2016 16:00:18 GMT
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