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Holdens London 1805 Directory of taverns etc - C2.

An alphabetical listing by surname of Holdens London 1805 Directory of taverns, inns, wine and brandy merchants etc. it also includes parts of Essex, Kent and Surrey.

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William Cawthorn, wine and brandy merchant, 2 Idol lane, Tower street
Sarah Cawthorne, the Hare and Hounds, Upper street, Islington
Sam Ceate, the hare and Hounds, East Sheen, Surrey
John and Matthew Chalie, wine merchants, 14 Mincing lane
John Chalk, the George, Barking, Essex
Thomas Challis, the Green Man, South End, Lewisham
Rob Chamberlin, victualler, 1 Holles street, Cavendish square
John Chambers, Three Pigeons, 124 Houndsditch
Rob Chambers, the Wool Pack, Jewin street, Cripplegate
Sam Chambers, the Red Lion, 65 Old street
William Champion, Red Lion Inn, Putney
T Champion, the Jacobs Well, Upper ground, Blackfriars
James Chandler, the Kings Head, 26 Ludgate hill
Edw Chandler, the Black Dog, Twickenham
Thomas Chanier, the Castle and Falcon, 81 St Johns street
John Chantry, vistualler, Water lane, Fleet street
Thomas Chapman, wine and brandy merchant, Putney
_ Chapman, Exchequer Coffee house, New Palace yard, Westminster
William Chapman, Ship Inn, Ship yard, High street, Borough
William Chapman, the Old Ship, Borough High street
W Chapman, the John Of Jerusalem, 196 St Johns street
Thomas Chapman, victualler, 15 Bride lane, Fleet street
Thomas Chapman, White Horse, Broadway, Westminster
Thomas Chapman, the Magpie, New Brentford
John Chapman, the Roe Buck, Duke street, Aldgate
John Chapman, the Rose and Crown, Mill street, Bermondsey
Dickinsons Chapman, the tap, St Johns street
Henry Chapman, the George, George yard, Snow hill
Edward Chapman, John o'Groats, Gray street, Blackfriars road
James Chappell, the Castle, Lewisham
Ambrose Charles, wine and brandy merchant, 14 Hemmongs row, St Martins lane
William Charles, wine vaults, 21 Tooley street
Isaac Charlton, the Kings Head Inn, Hounslow
Skinner Chart, the Claytons Arms, Clayton street, Kennington
Thomas Charters, the Old Kings Head, Webb street, Maze, Southwark
William Chatband, the Blue Anchor, 30 Bunhill row
John and William Chatfield, wine and brandy merchants, 15 Coopers row, Crutchedfriars and Croydon
John Cheadel, the White Bear, Hadley
William John Checker, the Cock, Camberwell
Mark Cherrell, wine and brandy merchant, 47 Gerrard street, Soho
Rich Cheston, the Goat, Hammersmith
Thomas Chevalier, the Horse and Groom, 50 Great Portland street
Mary Chickelton, the Falstaff, 127 Old street
_ Child, vintner, 126 Borough High street
Thomas Child, the Fortune of War, 22 Upper Thames street
_ Chillingsworth, the Tygers Head Inn, South End, Lewisham
George Chilman, the White Bear, Burrows, Hendon
William Ching, the Globe, North Audley street
Lewis Chipman, the Lamb, Chiswick
E Chisnall, the Magpye, New street, Bishopsgate street
Francis Chivers, the Dock House, Shadwell Dock
John and James Christie, wine and brandy merchants, Market street, St James's
William Christie, wine vaults, 13 Church row, Aldgate
A Christmas, the Cheshire Cheese, Spitalfields market
Thomas Christmas, the White Swan, Wandsworth
H Chubb, the One Tun, 24 Strand
William Churchill, wine and brandy merchant, 73 Great Queen street, Lincolns inn fields
Joseph Churchill, the Buffalo, King street, Bloomsbury
James Clapham, victualler, Portsmouth street, Lincolns inn fields
William Clapshew, the Eagle Inn, Snaresbrook, Essex
Edw Claridge, the Red Lion, Finchley common
William Claris, the Marquis of Granby, New Cross, Surrey

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