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High Holborn 1869 Street directory - south side

Holborn index

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Holborn - St Andrew, London.

South side
171 Carr John, chemist & druggist
172 Hamshaw Thos Philip, scale maker
173 Robinson Alfred, wood carver
174 Phillips solomon, cigar manufacturer
175 Ruel Hugh William, refiner &c
176 Bartrop Robert, corn & flour dealer
177 Price Daniel, tailor
178 Mosley Edwin, gold beater
180 Birchame Thomas, tailor
180 Goldsmith Jonathan, boot & shoe maker
182 Lowe Brothers, printers
183 Terry Charles, lithographer
184 Whitfield Mrs Cath, coffee rooms
... here are Smarts buildings ...
186 Donaldson Mrs Annie K, midwife
185 Hill James Aldridge, smith
185 Lewis Wm Hy, chandlers shop
186 Bloomfield Mrs Lucy, wardrobe dealer
187 Stubbs John Edwin, tobacconist
187 Stubbs Miss Harriet, ladies school
188 Bateman John, manufacturing optician
189 Hutchings Joseph, herbalist
190 Allen Richard, coffee rooms
... here is Black Horse yard ...
190 Hardy Joseph, lithographic printer
190 Johnston Brothers, gas fitters
191 Willmer Charles, tailor
191 Woolcott Henry, fringe manufacturer
192 Sheard Charles, music publisher
192 Musical Bouquet Office
193 Nuttall Wm A, comp ornament maker
194 Seymour Wm, gold & silver beater
195 Pink Edward, wholesale confectioner
196 Chapman & Potter, servants registry office
197 Smith & Snow, linen drapers
198 Meadows Henry Fredk, surgeon
... here is Green Dragon yard ...
199 Board of Works for the St Giles district
Robert Finnis, clerk
Wm Joshua Trehearne, surveyor
199 Finnis Robert, solicitor
199 Kent George, knife cleaning machine manufacturer
202 Nash & Hull, raised letter makers
203 Chamberlain J B & Son, opticians
203 Pearce William Warburton, importer of pictures
204 Smith Spencer, engineer
205 Curtis J Sin & Co, patent medicine vendors
206 Welch Joseph, dealer in curiosities
... here is Newton Street ...
207 Harding Wm Joshua, silversmith
208 Austin & Rogers, artificial florists
209 Whale William, beer retailer
210 Woolley & Co, playing card manufacturer
211 Bullock Edward, auctioneer
214 London & Westminster Bank (Bloomsbury branch), Charles Reeve, manager
215 Toovey Thomas, undertaker
217 Brennand Mrs Mary, cutler
218 The National Assembly Rooms, William Turner, proprietor
219 Queen & Prince Albert, Wm Turner
220 Bentley Wm G & Co, wholesale perfumers
220 Davage Fredk Byles, tobacconist
220 Perrin John Neaman, coverer of pianoforte hammers
221 Blackburn John, hosier
... here is Little Queen Street ...
222 & 223 Sanders Chas Jas, cheesemonger
224 Bowles James, stationer
225 Adlard Fredk, tailor & outfitter
226 to 230 Howitt & company, linen drapers
226 Howitt & Company, auctioneers
231 Hamley William, toy warehouse
... here is New Turnstile ...
232 Servante Samuel, undertaker
233 Parker, Field & Sons, gunmakers
234 Tucker silas, paperhanger & decorator
235 Newman James, book seller
235 Wright Charles, photographer
235 Hooper Edward Wells, accountant
236 Whiteman & Bass, engravers
237, 238 & 261 Carter, Dunnett & Beale, seedsmen
239 Rossiter Henry, trunk maker
239 Rossiter Wm, teacher of language
240 Challen & Son, tailors & drapers
241 Electri & International Telegraph (branch station)
... here is Little Turnstile ...
242 Westons Music Hall, John Samuel Sweasey, proprietor
243 Phipps Thomas & Co, saddlers
244 Baker Charles, mathematical instrument maker
245 Pneumatic Dispatch Companys Station, Thos Webster, engineer
245 Great Western & London, Chatham & Dover Railway Companies Booking Offices
246 Jacomelli Ambrose, ice maker
246 Moreton Thomas, tobacconist
246 Jones William, machinist
... here is Queens Court ...

247 Hughes Fras & Co, truss makers
248 Ross Alexander, hair dyer
249 Newling Edward jun, tailor
250 Garlick Wm, Toms coffee & chop house
251 Bowman Alfred, boot & shoe maker
251 Mannng Henry, builder
252 Carnaby John & Co, patent safety gas apparatus manufacturers
253 Hoare Hen Fredk & son, tailors
254 Metropolitam Fire Brigade Station (No 26)
... here is Red Lion yard ...
255 Roebuck, George Clarke
256 Truelove Edward, book seller
257 Moody Chas, lithographic printer
258 Hill Adam, capillaire manufacturer
259 May John & Fras, smiths & engineers
260 Howes George, alton ale rooms
261, 237 & 238 Carter, Dunnett & Beale, seedsmen
261 Steward & Brown, mounters
... here is Feathers Court ....
262 Gordon Arms, Moses Daniels
263 Jennings Geo, writer & embosser
264 Bates William, photographer
264 Great Northen London, Chatham & Dover & London Brighton & South Coast railway Comapnies Booking Offices
265 Glaisher William, book seller
266 Van Duzer Selah R, perfumer
269 & 270 Lincolns Inn Fields Hotel Co (Ltd), John Wm Morse, secretary
269 & 270 Inns of Court & Great Central Hotel, John Rossall, manager
272 Bailey D & E, ironmongers
273 & 274 Sturm & Knight, upholsterers
276 Hill Sidney, milliner
277 Taplin William, hosier & glover
278 Butcher Charles, hatter
279 Ansell Charles, boot maker
... here is Tichborne court ...
280 Wood John, pastry cook
281 Robin Hood Hotel, Jas Arnold
281 & 282 Smith James, linen draper
... here is Great Turnstile ...
283 Heartwell Richard, hosier
Pillar Letter Box
284 Burke Wm Lucas, mount maker
284 United Kingdon Electric Telegraph Co (Ltd)
285 London & Provincial Telegraph Co (Ltd)
285 South Eastern, Great Eastern, London & South western, London, Brighton & South Coast, London, Chatham & Dover & London & North Western Booking Offices
285 Chaplin & Horne, railway carriers
285 Horne Benj Worthy & Henry, railway agents & general booking office
286 Nicoll Benj, shirt & collar maker
287 Hawley Henry & Co, jewellers
288 & 289 Wallis Percival, tailor
... here is Dolphin Place ...
290 Bush Wm & Co, cigar importers
... here is Fenwick court ...
291 & 292 Payne Mrs Lucy & Co, manufacturing perfumers
293 Jones James, umbrella maker
294 & 295 Silcock, Bateson & Bond, tailors & outfitters
296 Dick Robert & Jas, shoe manufacturers
297 Cornish Jas & sons, book sellers
300 Corbyn, Messer Messer & Stacey, wholesale chemists
300 Mayfield John
301 Holman Edward, tailor
302 & 303 Leath Henry & Co, hosiers
304 Godwin, Geo Alfred, goldsmith
305 Izant Samuel, Lincolns Inn luncheon & dining rooms
306 Down Mrs Louisa, hatter
307 Sambrook Thomas, brush maker
307 Moss Isaac, house agent
307a Pritchard Chas Thos, hosier
307a Prince Wm Banks, trade photographer
308 Tann Edward, law & general stationer
308 Tann Edward, paper collar maker
309 Blaxall Arthur Simon, chemist
310 Webb James, luncheon rooms
... here is Chancery Lane ...
311 & 312 Mills Hy, wine & spirit merchant
313 Watson Wm & Son, dealers in guns
313a Watson Wm jun, optician
314 Randall Edward, boot & shoe warehouse
315 Maney & Connor, tailors
316 & 318 Davis Edward William, furnishing warehouse
317 Bloom John Ebenezer, tailor
317 Circular Delivery Co (Ltd), Thos Horton, secretary & manager
... here are Southampton buildings ...
319 Sander Geo Bowden, china warehouse
320 Braun Henry, glass importer
320 Green Thos Allen, china manufacturer
321 Walker John, watch maker
322 Blissett & Son, gun & pistol maker
323 Morgan Wm, hosier & shirt maker
323a Keen John, coffee rooms
324 & 325 London & County Bank, C H Garland, manager
325 Sykes Luke Richards
... here is Middle Row place ...
326 Jones Henry, watch maker
327 Lansdell Thos, tailor & outfitter
328 Murphy Jas Godfrey, ironmonger
329 Briggs, Jeremiah, solicitor
329, 330 & 331 Bodger William & Co, linen drapers
332 Morris & Ellis, milliners
332a Lee lawrence & Co, engravers
333 The Old Holborn Bars, Hy Finch
... here are Staple Inn buildings ...
334 Burdon James, milliner
335 Smith Duncan, shawl warehouse
336 Scarfe Thomas, staymaker
337 Davids Moss, wholesale milliner
338 Price Miss Charlotte, hatter



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