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The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - R6.

This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the London Post Office Directory in 1899; it lists an alphabetical listing of these Public Houses in London, the Publicans and also has links to the relevant Public House page listing of the Licensees, Bar persons and Boarders and Lodgers etc. All information on these pages comes from London census, Post Office and Kelly Directory, plus any information and pictures supplied by You.

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Royal Pavilion, Edward Bryant, 217 Vauxhall Bridge Road SW
Royal Rifleman, Thomas James Eveleigh, 76 Nine Elms Lane SW
Royal Saxon, Michael Mahony, 64 Alfred Road, Harrow Road W
Royal Sovereign, Joseph Benjamin Field, 109 Gill Street, Limehouse E
Royal Standard, Donald Chisholm, 77 St Leonards Road, Poplar E
Royal Standard, Joseph John Claise, 9 Sale Street, Paddington W
Royal Standard, John Corbett, 9 Well Street, Wellclose Square E
Royal Standard, Thomas Samuel Dickie, 126 Victoria Street SW
Royal Standard, Willaim Adams Dowling, 227 Piccadilly W
Royal Standard, Joseph Green, 106 Shepherdess Walk N
Royal Standard, William Mattock, 21 Long Lane, Borough SE
Royal Standard, Charles William Mitchell, 84 Victoria Park Road, Hackney NE
Royal Standard, Arthur Pollard, 7 Flemming Street, Kingsland Road N
Royal Standard, Alfred Pullen, 25 William Street, Regents park NW
Royal Standard, Edward Smith, 26 Arundel Road, Bethnal Green E
Royal Standard, James Staniland, 1 Upper Dorset Street W
Royal Star, Frederick Charles Barton, 238 City Road EC
Royal Vauxhall tavern, Frederick Hurdle & Co, 212 Upper Kennington Lane SE
Royal Victor, Charles James Hollingsworth, 234 Old Ford Road E
Royal Victoria Tavern, Mrs Frances Jane King, 131 Waterloo Road SE
Royal Victory, Harry John Randall, 94 Georges Road, Hollway Road N
Royal William, Horace William Bleaney, 434 Essex Road N
Royal Yacht, Mrs Jane Mary Squire, 49 Stanhope Street WC
Rugby, William Schultz, 19 Great James Street WC
Rugby Hotel, Marcus Wm Harman, 1 Chapel Street WC
Rum Puncheon, Mrs Nelly Levy, 120 Whitecross Street EC
Running Footman, Arthur George Reade, 5 Charles Street, Berkeley Square W
Running Horse, Mrs Ellen Perry, 50 Davies Street W
Running Horse, Albert Reed, 23 Harrow road W
Running Horse, Henry Cuff Reynolds, 5 East Chapel Street W
Running Horse, John Mark Richards, 18 & 19 Little Queen Street WC
Running Horses, William Keeble, 42 Blackfriars Road SE
Rushton Arms, William Charles Fowler, 67 Rushton treet N
Russell Arms, Thomas Harry Jupp, 3 Barnby Street, Ampthill Square NW
Rutland, Robert Egan, 9 & 10 West Smithfield EC
Rutland Arms, Thomas Bardens, 57 Pearson Street, Kingsland Road NE
Rutland Arms, William Cave, 9 Rutland Street, Hampstead Road NW
Rydon Arms, Charles Menzie Curd, 225 New North Road N

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