London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history Bro to Bry

I have been transcribing the Holdens directory for 1809. It is interesting in that it names quite a number of Coffee houses in 1809, when George III must have been on the throne. I have a number of listings for the Holdens directories on 1805, 1808 and 1811 on the pubwiki site, and and these are of little interest to most people because they don’t realise they are there!

I compare with that of the 1811 directory, but I have also noticed that a Coffee house may suddenly be named, but with no street number, whereas the 1811 directory may use the address but not the name of the establishment!

John Brockenbrow, Baptists Head, Crucifix lane, Borough
George Brockley, Goat, Queen street, Horslydown
John Brook, the Black Boy and Still, High street, Hampstead
George Brooks, the Plough, Tottenham
Sam Brooks, Three Tuns, Clements lane, Clare market
John Brough, wine vaults, 42 Bury street, St James’s
Thomas Brough, Ram Inn, West Smithfield
George Broughton, One Tun, 25 Turnmill street
Robert Broughton, Swan Inn, Holborn bridge
Browns Coffee house, Mitre court, Fleet street, G Mascall
_ Brown, White Swan, Gravel lane, Southwark
B Brown, Marquis of Granby, Little Almonry, Westminster
Brown & Banham, wine & brandy merchants, 21 St Swithins lane
C Brown, publican, East street, Lambeth
Charles Brown, victualler, 248 Oxford street – Duke of Gloucester
Charles Brown, Nags Head, High street, Hampstead
George Brown, Cock & Bottle, Bedfordbury
James Brown, Marlborough Arms, 20 Lower Thornaugh street, Bedford square
James Brown, Blue Coat Boy, 32 Dorset street, Spitalfields
James Brown, White Swan, Tottenham
John Brown, victualler, Camden town
John Brown, Crown, Tufton street, Westminster
John Brown, Southampton Arms, Camden town
John Brown, Three Compasses, Vauxhall
John Brown, Spread Eagle Tap, Wandsworth
John Brown, victualler, 22 Great Somerset street, Aldgate – George
John Brown, Salutation, Cupers bridge, Lambeth
John Brown, Cart & Horses, Stratford, Essex
Rich Brown, Catherine Wheel, 46 Great Windmill street
Rich Brown, Black Bull, Whetstone
Rob Brown, Horse & Leaping Bar, Whitechapel
S Brown, Star & Garter, Battersea
Sam Brown, Black Bull, Stamford bridge, Little Chelsea
Thomas Brown, Bricklayers Arms, Parkers row, Bermondsey
Thomas Brown, Kings Arms, Carshalton, Surrey
Thomas Brown, the Crown, Great Ormond yard
Brown & Wallington, Castle & Falcon Inn, Aldersgate street
Brown & Whitford, wine merchants, 11 Adam street, Adelphi
William Brown, New Hummums coffee house, Covent garden
William Brown, victualler, Ship, Hackney grove
John Browne, Three Tuns, 429 Oxford street
Thomas Browning, Black Dog, Twickenham
Ann Bruce, Crown and Magpie Tavern, 22 Aldgate High street
Bruere & Co, wine merchants, 40 Craven street, Strand
_ Bruggeman, Pots Head, Whitechapel road
Louis Brunet, Hotel, Leicester square
Maria Brunn, Chapter coffee house, 50 Paternoster row
Thomas Bryan, wine merchant, & broker, 24 Mincing lane
John Buchanan, Oporto wine company, & dealers in foreign spirits, 46 Rathbone place
John Buchanan, genuine Irish whiskey warehouse, 46 Rathbone place
Ferdinand Buchmeyer, Castle, New street, St Catherines
Mary Buck, Fox & hounds, Little Guildford street, Southwark
James Buckland, Red Lion, Old Cavendish street, Oxford street
John Bucklow, Black Horse, Clements lane, Clare market
William Buckthorp, Rose & Crown, 35 Allen street, Goswell street
H Budd, Fox, Twickenham
James Budd, the Queens Head, 95 Great Titchfield street, Cavendish square
Thomas Buddard, White Swan, Bayswater
William Bufton, publican, Rosemary lane, Whitechapel
Thomas Bugbird, the Cock, West end, Hampstead
Edward Bull, Angel, John street, Minories
Bull & Mouth Inn, & Coffee house, Bull & Mouth street
William Bull, brandy merchant, Bermondsey street
Thomas Buller, victualler, Ray street, Clerkenwell
Charles Bullocke, Cannon Coffee house, Cockspur street, Charing cross
Ann Bumsted, wine & brandy merchant, 184 Bishopsgate without
Junius Bumsted, wine & brandy merchant, 182 Bishopsgate without
Benjamin Bunyer, Half Moon, Broad green, Croydon
John Bunyer, Greyhound Inn, Smithfield
Charles Bunyon, wine & brandy merchants, 29 Great Tower street
John Burch, brandy merchant, 1 Nicholas lane, Lombard street
James Burden, Bricklayers Arms, 54 Park street, Grosvenor square
Jos Burdon, Duke of Cumberland, Warwick street, Golden square
Edm Burford, Pauls Head, 155 Fenchurch street
_ Burgess, victualler, 1 Albion buildings, Bartholomew close
Peter Burke, Hole in the Wall, Theobalds road
James Burne, Three Jolly Butchers, Stoke Newington
Samuel Burpitt, Three Compasses, 1 Brick lane, Spitalfields
John Burr, White Hart, Battersea
Jos Burridge, victualler, 36 Swallow street
Thomas Burroughs, Coopers Arms, Great Saffron hill
B Burrows, Dundee Arms, Bethnal green
John Burrows, Kings Arms, Little Chelsea
J Burton, tavern keeper, Great Carter lane, Doctors commons
William Burton, victualler, 9 Little Dean street, Soho
F E Busbridge, publican, Canterbury place, Lambeth
M Bushell, wine & brandy merchant, 79 Fore street, Cripplegate
Samuel Butcher, wine & brandy merchant, Whitcomb street, Leicester square
Abraham Butler, the Crown & Leek, Pelham street, Mile end New Town
James Butler, Jack Straws Castle, Hampstead heath
Mary Butler, Queens Head, Covent garden
Rich Butler, Wheat Sheaf, Smithfield
Butler & Sons, wine & brandy merchants, Water lane, Tower street
Stephen Butler, victualler, 1 Little Pulteney street, Golden square
Thomas Butler, Antwerp Tavern, Threadneedle street
Rich Butt, victualler, 109 Wapping street
Thomas Butterfield, the Half Moon, Holloway
William Button, brandy merchant, Westminster road
D Byan, Hope & Anchor, Glouceser place, Camden town
Alex Byers, Rodneys Head, Chandos street, Grosvenor square
Thomas Byrne, White Horse, Little Britain

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