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    London (South) 1896 Suburban Publicans directory listing - E

    This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the UK South 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, William H Burney, 231 Battersea park Road
    Eagle Tavern, William Hy Livett, Red Lion Lane, Shooters Hill
    Earl of Chatham Arms, A D Capon, 15 Thomas Street, Woolwich
    Earl of Derby, Edwin Nye, 87 Dennetts Road, Peckham
    Earl of Eldon, William Andrews, 63 Brighton Road, Croydon
    Earl Ferrers, Henry Detif Kruse, Ellora Road, Streatham
    Earl of Moira, John Bass, Shooters Hill
    Earl Russell, John Daniels, 109 Gloucester Road, Croydon
    Earl Spencer, Robert Dearling, Roehampton Lane, Roehampton
    Earl Spencer, George Mestron, 37 Bridge Road, Battersea
    Earl Spencer, Mrs J Perrin, 262 Merton Road, Wandsworth
    Earl of Warwick, Wm Edwards, 66 Warwick Street, Woolwich
    East Dulwich Hotel, E Magness, 1 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich
    East Hill Hotel, John Whale, 21 Alma road, Wandsworth
    Edinbro Castle Tavern, Arthur Robert Neah, 110 Samuel Street, Croydon
    Edinburgh Castle, H J Slater, 1 White Hart Lane, Barnes
    Edinburgh Castle, Walter Palmer Underdown, 57 Nunhead Lane, Peckham
    Effra Hall Tavern (The), H R Cope, Kellett Road, Brixton
    Eight Bells, Alexander Russell, 3 Church Street, Greenwich
    Elm Park Hotel, Alf Bailey, 76 Elm Park, Tulse Hill
    Empress of India, James Arrol, 80 Henry Street, Woolwich
    Enterprise (The), George Henry Groutage, 171 Coldharbour Lane, Camberwell
    Europa, Mrs Emily Gentry, 54 church Road, Battersea

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