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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.
Yacht tavern, Charles Mansfield, 25 High street, Erith
Yacht tavern (The), John Pine, Crane street, Greenwich
Ye Nightingale, Thomas Wallis, 57 Nightingale Lane, Balham
Ye Old Gipsy House, Jn. Cheater, Gipsy road, West Norwood
Ye Olde Cock, Thomas G. Watkinson, High street, Sutton
Ye Olde Fighting Cocks, Henry Clarke, London Street, Kingston
Ye Olde Ploughe, Mrs. Maria Lucy Tabernacle, Plough lane, Summers Town, Tooting
Ye Olde White Horse, Richard Egan, 261 Brixton road
Ye Plough hotel, William Booker, 89 & 91 St. Johns hill
York tavern (The) W. Hirst, 347 York Road, New Wandsworth
Yorkshire Grey, George Robert Ward, 34 Blackheath hill, Greenwich