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Holdens London 1805 Directory of taverns etc - H.

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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John Habay, White Hart, Market street, Westminster
B Hack, Blue Posts, 10 Shoe lane, Fleet street
Thomas Hacker, Fishing Boat, Three Mills, Bromley, Middlesex
Samuel Hadley & Co, wine merchants, 1 New Cut, Swithins lane
_ Hadley, the Hop Poles, Edgware road
William Hadway, Three Hammers, Mill hill, Hendon
William Haggard, Bell Inn, Isleworth
Samuel Hagger, Blackneys Head, Norton Folgate
James Hague, corn and wine merchant, Narrow street, Limehouse
William Haines, wine and brandy merchant, 58 Goswell street
George Haines, Bunch of Grapes, Kensington
James Hales, Adam and Eve, Jewin street, Aldersgate street
William Hales, Star and Garter, Middlesex street, Whitechapel
Michael Hales, the Bell, Jamaica row, Bermondsey
William Halfpenny, the Royal Magazine, East lane, Greenwich
William Hall, wine merchant, 15 Duke street, Lincolns inn fields
Francis Hall, wine merchant, 23 Mark lane
George Hall, New Jerusalem Tavern, Rosomon street, Clerkenwell
James Hall, White Horse, Finsbury street, Finsbury square
Thomas Hall, the Rose, 26 Whites alley, Chancery lane
Samuel Hall, the Nags Head, Aldersgate street
Joseph Hall, Green Man, New street, Covent garden
John Hall, White Lion, Vere street, Clare market
John Hall, Kings Arms, Sclater street, Bethnal green
Richard Hall, Black Boy, Mile End
William Hall, wine vaults, 26 Cursitor street, Chancery lane
Abraham Hall, wine vaults, Round court, St Martins le grand
John Hall, Bedford Arms, Clapham rise
Henry Hall, Nags Head, Kentish town
Richard Hall, Horse and Groom, Blackheath hill
Thomas Hallam, the George, Stoney street, Southwark
George Hallam, One Bell, 95 Fleet street
Harry Hallett, the Britannia, Little Britain
_ Hallett, the White Horse, Church street, Woolwich
David Halliday, the Swan, Whites alley, Chancery lane
William Ham, White Horse, Brick lane, Old street
William Hambling, Ben Johnsons Head, Shoe lane, Fleet street
Richard Hambly, Greyhound Inn, Carshalton, Surrey
James Hamilton, the Two Brewers, 164 High Holborn
G Hamilton, the Old Horse and Groom, 31 Hosier lane, Smithfield
William Hamlet, the Crown, 355 Oxford street
Thomas Hammerston, Adam and Eve, Drivers hill, Hendon
T Hammon, New Inn, Edgware road
William Hammond, the Green Man, Union street, Middlesex
R Hammond, the Old Bulls Head, 273 Rotherhithe street
Richard Hammond, the Sun, Clapham
Thomas Hammond, Cross Keys, Broad street, Lambeth
John Hammond, the Crown, Mordon, Surrey
J Hampshire, the Old Chatham, Church street, Woolwich
James Hams, the Ship, Straits mouth, Greenwich
Thomas Hamson, the Duke of Cumberland, 204 Oxford street
S Hancock, wine merchant, 2 Hammet street, Minories
Richard Hand, Royal Bunn House, Grosvenor row, Chelsea
Samuel Handfield, Spotted Horse, Shoreditch
George Hankison, Swan Tavern, Battersea bridge
William Hanley, victualler, 94 Fenchurch street
John Hannaford, victualler, 8 Dorset street, Manchester square
J Hanneycutt, Black Lion, Church lane, Chelsea
William Hannington, Queens Head, Brook grove, Hammersmith
Thomas Hanserd, the Hat and Feathers, Gravel lane, Southwark
Jacob Hansler, wine and brandy merchant, 31 New Pound court, Strand
Mrs Hansler, the Fountain, Church lane, Strand

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