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The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - S2.

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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Shades Tavern, Frederick Freethy Anstiss, 27 & 28 Charing Cross Road SW
Shades Tavern, Fredk Jas Eedle, 15 Clements Lane EC
Shaftesbury, Thomas Henry Watts, 93 Shaftesbury Avenue W
Shaftesbury Arms, Albert Rowe, 38 Shaftesbury Street, New North Road N
Shakespeare, Henry George Butler, 29 Great Marlborough Street W
Shakespeare, James Connelly, 65 Westbourne Grove, W
Shakespeare, Charles Hill, 44 Goswell Road EC
Shakespeare, Richard Pacoe, 19 Wharfdale Road, Kings Cross N
Shakespeare, Alfred Ernest Reed, 16 Phillip Street, Kingsland Road N
Shakespeares Head, Horace Abrahams, 31 Wych Street, Strand WC
Shakespeares Head, H W Boyce, 46 Percival Street, EC
Shakespeares Head, Edwin Pryer Staples, 182 Jubilee Street E
Shakespeare Hotel, Charles Murless, 1,2 & 4 Holden Terrace, Pimlico SW
Shakespeare Tavern, Edward Fuller Cripps, 106 Cambridge Road, Kilburn Park NW
Shamrock, Mrs Mary Florence Amer, 32 White Hart Street, Drury Lane WC
Shard Arms, Everett & Dowsett, 610 Old Kent Road SE
Shelleys Hotel, Frederick Arthur Rhodes, 8 Albemarle Street W
Shepherd & Flock, Charles Harriott, 27 High Street, Marylebone W
Shepherd & Shepherdess, Henry Shuter, 53 Aldenham Street NW
Sherwood Arms, Charles Henry Cayzer, 118 Bow Common Lane E
Ship, Solomon Abrahams, 140 Hanbury Street E
Ship, Charles Henry Alexander, 117 Ivy Lane EC
Ship, George Reba Bacon, 194 Rotherhithe SE
Ship, Joseph Burn, 25 Romney Street SW
Ship, Joseph Bush, 228 Long Lane SE
Ship, Thomas Geo Butcher, 93 Horseferry Road SW
Ship, Henry James Carvell, 15 Berkley Street, St Johns Lane EC
Ship, William Chattey, 127 Finsbury Pavement EC
Ship, William Chattey, 1 Wormwood Street EC
Ship, James Connolly, 16 Marigold Street, Bermondsey SE
Ship, Charles Dick, 151 Newington butts SE
Ship, Richard Dowling, 58 St Mary Church Street, Bermondsey SE
Ship, John Duck, 68 Borough Road SE
Ship, Geo Grange, 12 Gate Street, Lincolns Inn Fileds WC
Ship, Tom Gardner, 84 Anthony Street E
Ship, John Jas Griffiths, 25 Vauxhall Bridge Road SW
Ship, Benj Haddock, 10 Narrow Street, Ratcliff E
Ship, John Hammond, Lower Shadwell E
Ship, Frederick Robert Harrington, 61 Minories E
Ship, Mrs Alice Mary Hatchwell, 14 Hanover Court, Long acre WC
Ship, Percival C Keene, 27 Lime Street EC
Ship, George Frederick Keys, 3 Hart Street, Mark Lane EC
Ship, Robert Leigh, 116 Wardour Street W
Ship, Geo Edward Neale, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields E
Ship, Edwin Osgood, 314 Poplar High Street E
Ship, Mrs Martha Ann Owers, 94 Shad Thames SE
Ship, John Piggott, 14 Bacon Street, Bethnal Green E
Ship, William Rogers, 18a Upper Marylebone Street W & 22 Saville Street W
Ship, William Rugg, 171 Kennington Road SE
Ship, Horace Frederick Digby Smith, 12 Grosvenor Road SW
Ship, Charles Henry Weeks, 64 Stepney Green E
Ship, William Wilson, 387 Cable Street E

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