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The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - V.

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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Valentine & Orion, William James Leighton, 163 Long Lane, Borough SE
Valiant Trooper, Walter Sidney Shervington, 18 Goodge Street W
Van Tromp, Ellis Bros, 121 Bethnal Green Road E
Vernon Arms, Charles Richard Morris, 180 Pentonville Road N
Viaduct Tavern, Levy & Franks, Newgate Street EC
Vicar of Wakefield, Robert Reuben Moss, 83 Coventry Street, Three Colts Lane E
Victoria, Frank Bowden, 261 Queens Road, Dalston NE
Victoria, Herbert Charles Chappell, 21 Morpeth Road, Hackney NE
Victoria, Frederick Coucher, 105 Chalton Street NW
Victoria, Mrs Clarana Dawson, Gertrude Street SW
Victoria, Mrs M A Lindsell & Son, 10a Chester Place, Hyde Park W
Victoria, William Guy Nixon, 43 Three Colt Street, Limehouse E
Victoria, Arthur William Priddy, 24 King Street, West Smithfield EC
Victoria, Stone Brothers, 117 Grove Street, Deptford SE
Victoria, Francis Freeman Tilley, Mornington Road NW
Victoria Hotel, Chas Hy Abrams, 25 Charterhouse street EC
Victoria Hotel, John William Pryor, 171 Burdett Road E
Victoria Hotel, Frank John Sullivan, 302 Pentonville Road N
Victoria Tavern, Edward Horton Bradly Son, 110 Grove Road, Bow E
Victoria Tavern, Mrs Laura Martha Buckhurst, 203 Holloway Road N
Victoria Tavern, Sidney Chas Hill, Barking Road, Canning Town NE
Victoria Tavern, George Towers, 205 High Road, Kilburn NW
Victoria Tavern, Miss Ada Westbrook, 83 Abbey Road NW
Victory, William Henry Busbridge, 16 Newnham Street, Edgware Road W
Victory, Philipp Conrad, 41 Clarence Road, Kentish Town NW
Victory, Richard John Elms, 150 Albany Street NW
Victory, James Fysh, 32 Barlow Street, Walworth SE
Victory, Henry John Gibbs, 384 Oxford Street W
Victory, Walter Good, 144 Ben Jonson Road E
Victory, Frederick Heathcote, 264 Rotherhithe New Road SE
Victory, William Hill, 33 Great Cambridge Street NE
Victory, Mrs Elizabeth Lawrence, 86 Trafalgar Road, Old Kent Road SE
Victory, Alfred Mills, 281 Kingsland Road NE
Victory, Alexander Charles Neal, Vyner Street, Cambridge Road E
Victory, William Hall Watts, 23 Tottenham Road N
Vine, Frederic Thomas Mosley, 86 Highgate Road NW
Vine, Philip Sidney, Vine Street, Tooley Street SE
Vine Tavern, Herbert Beales Peck, 85 Broad Street, Ratcliff E
Vintners Arms, William Buxton, 101 Fetter Lane EC
Virginia Plant, Harry Albert Winn Weston, 82 Great Dover Street SE
Virginia Planter, Frank Brien & Co, 124 Virginia Road, Bethnal Green E
Volunteer, Frank Crocker, 77 High Road, Kilburn NW
Volunteer, James John Fenwick, 17 Regency Street, Westminster SW
Volunteer, Joseph Myerscough, Mill Place, Commercial Road east E
Volunteer, William David Schwarz, 28 Upper baker Street NW
Volunteer, William Thomas Webster, 73 Frederick Street N

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