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Women at the Wicket: A History of Women's Cricket in Interwar England. Written by Adam McKie

London (North) 1896 Suburban Publicans directory listing - E

This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the UK North London Post Office Directory in 1896; This is one of the earlier London Suburbs directories that lists Pubs and street addresses as London instead of the local county.

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Eagle Tavern, Sydney W Carter, 157 Chobham Road, Stratford
Eagle Tavern, Mrs Elizabeth Catnur, 2 Chestnut Road, Tottenham
Eagle Hotel, Hy G Huggins, Woodford Road, Snaresbrook
Eagle, Thomas Williams, 69 Upper Fore Street, Upper Edmonton
Eagle Brewery Tap, Brickwood & Co Limited, Bedford Place, Fulham
Eagle & Child, John Jones (exors of), 110 Woodgrange Road, Forest gate
Eaglet, Mayger Bros, 124 Seven Sisters Road
Ealing Park Tavern, W Hy Young, Ealing Road south, Ealing
Earl Amhurst, Chas Hy Beech, 19 Amhurst Road, Hackney
Earl of Beaconsfield, Robert Fielder, Grange Road, Plaistow
Earl Derby, George Coxen, 155 High Road, Kilburn
Earl of Derby, Charles Fielder, 16 Station Road, Forest Gate
Earl Derby (The), John King, 138 King Edward Road, Hackney
Earl Derby, Arthur Tanner, London Road, Plaistow
Earl of Essex, Mrs Margaret Carter, 19 Greenhill Grove, Manor Park
Earl Russell, William Turner Wayland, 60 Isledon Road, Holloway
Earl of Warwick, George Harvey, 9 Gordon Road, Stoke Newington
Edinburgh Hotel, Joseph Lee, 1 Richmond Road & Woodstock Road, Shepherds Bush
Edinburgh, Mrs S Elizabeth Spicer, 125 Newington Green Road
Eight Bells, John Cullen, 89 High street, Fulham
Eight Bells, John Evans, 11 Bell Lane, Twickenham
Elephant & Castle, Edward Henry Clark Woodwell, 304 Wick Rod, Hackney
Elms (The), Henry Grover, 566 High Road, Leytonstone
Empress of India, Sidney Charles Robinson, 130 Lauriston Road, South Hackney
Enfield Arms, Joseph David Palmer, Southbury Road, Enfield
Engineers Arms, John Saunders, 17 Alma Street, Stratford
Enkel Arms, Frederick Gannaway, 34 & 36 Seven Sisters Road
Enterprise, George Groom, 5 Blenheim Road, Holloway
Essex Arms, Arthur C Fielder, 92 Victoria Dock Road, Canning Town
Essex Arms, George Francis Penney, 82 Leytonstone Road, Stratford

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