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Holdens London 1811 Directory of taverns etc - S.

An alphabetical listing by surname of Holdens London 1811 Directory of taverns, inns, wine and brandy merchants etc. it also includes parts of Essex, Kent and Surrey.

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John Sadler, St Leonards wine vaults, Shoreditch
Thomas Sadler, Barley Mow, 8 Dorset street, Manchester square
William Flowerdew Sadler, importer of wine & spirits, Bunch of Grapes, Seven Dials, Soho
Mrs Salmon, Royal Exhibition, 17 Fleet street
Theophilus Salmon, Blue Post, 7 Lower Holborn
Salopian Coffee house, Charing cross
John Salt, Nags Head, Orange court, Leicester square
John Salter, Rising Sun, New Surrey street, Blackfriars road
Philip Salter, Russell Coffee house and Hotel, Piazza, Covent garden
Joshua Samworth, the Earl of Warwick, Upper Ground street, Blackfriars
John Sanderson, victualler, 206 Wapping street
William Sanderson, Oxford Coffee house and Hotel, 6 Oxford street
William Sandland, wine vaults, Whitecross street
John Sansum, victualler, Cree Church lane, Leadenhall street
Sarjeants Inn Coffee house, Chancery lane
David Saul, Admiral Duncan, Tooley street, Southwark
G Saunders, Lyon and Key, Mill lane, Tooley street
J Saunders, Ham and Windmill, Great Windmill street
_ Saunders, Somerset Coffee house, Strand
William Saunders, Lord Cochrane Coffee House, Spring garden
W Saunders, White Horse, Castle street, Long Acre
Rich Savage, the Crown, Basinghall street
John Sawyer, victualler, 77 Bishopsgate within
_ Sawyer, wine vaults, Old bailey
Sarah Sayer, Queens Head, Whitechapel road
William Scarlett, victualler, 17 New street, Brompton
John Scoging, victualler, Worship street, Shoreditch
_ Scorns, Queens Head, Great James street, Bedford row
B Scott, victualler, Heddon street, Swallow street
James Scott, Three Tuns, London street, Greenwich
Mary Scott, the White Lion, 118 Drury lane
Nicholas Scott, wine vaults, 58 St Martins lane, Charing cross
Thomas Scott, Ship and Sailor Tavern, Church street, Greenwich
_ Scott, victualler, 211 Upper Shadwell
A Screen, the Jolly Brewers, Whites yard, Rosemary lane
William Screen, publican, 103 Golden lane
_ Scrivan, wine & brandy merchant, the Green Dragon, Clink street, Borough, Southwark
_ Scullard, Lion and Goat, St James's street
Thomas Seaborn, Coach and Horses, 29 Park street, Grosvenor square
J Seabourn, the Swan, 97 Upper Portland street
John Seabrook, John O'Groats Chop House, Rupert street, Haymarket
Seagoes Coffee House, Holborn
William Seaker, publican, Water lane, Dockhead
William Searle, wine & brandy vaults, 276 Oxford street
Searles Coffee House, Carey street
Clous Sebeck, victualler, 14 St Catharines court, St Catharines
Thomas Sedding, Blue Ball, Horse Shoe alley, Moorfields
George Sedgureck, wine vaults, 84 Holborn bridge
John Seex, publican, Joiners Arms, Westminster road
Nat Selkirk, publican, 3 Silver street, Golden square
Rich Sentance, publican, 10 King street, Westminster
James Serles, Edinburgh Castle, Unity place, Woolwich
John Sevens, Fishing Boat, Bromley, Middlesex
James Sewart, Horse and groom, Turnmill street
John Sexton, Ship in Distress, Ratcliffe Cross
Richard Sexton, Bell, Upper Tooting
William Seyer, Red Lion, Tottenham Court road
John Shaker, Three Tuns, Rupert street
Robert Shannon, wine vaults, 2 Grafton street, Soho
Robert Sharp, White Hart, Hoopers square, Goodmans fields
William Sharpe, Red Lion, Hart street, Covent garden
W Sharpess, Jolly Caulkers, Deptford Lower road
Thomas Sharwood, White Dog, Widegate street, Bishopsgate
James Shaw, Old Bell tavern and Coffee house, Belle Sauvage yard
Lydia Shaw, wine merchant, Orange Coffee house, Haymarket
Richard Shaw, Victualler, 80 Leadenhall street
Robert Shaw, Victualler, 16 Gravel lane, Borough, Southwark
William Shaw, Old George, Caroline street

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