London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history C to Cle

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!

Sam Cable, Duke of Cumberland, Red Lion street, Spitalfields
William Cable, Old Kings Head, Limehouse corner
Cades & Stevens, wine & brandy merchants, Garlick hill
M Caffrey, Dover Castle, Narrow wall, Lambeth
Caledonian Hotel, Adelphi street, Mrs Osborne
Calladine & Lovelock, Bell Tavern & tea gardens, Kilburn
P Callaghan, victualler, 6 Upper Grosvenor street
Cambridge Coffee house, Newman street, S Bellchambers
M A Camburn, wine & brandy merchant, 14 Quebec street, Portman square – Bakers Coffee house
John Camfield, White Horse, King street, Old street
H Campbell, Edinburgh ale vaults, 332 Strand
John Campion, Jolly Angler, Bath street, City road
William Camburne, wine merchant, 14 Quebec street, Portman square – Bakers Coffee house
Cannon Coffee house, Cockspur street, Bullock
John Cannon, wine merchant, 53 Fenchurch street – Kings Head
John Cannon, Kings Head tavern, Fenchurch street
Rich Cannon, Hat & Feathers, Goswell street
William Cannon, Castle, 81 St Johns street
George Cantrum, Wheat Sheaf, Church street, Greenwich
William Caperthwaite, George Coffee house, Smithfield
William Careless, Bunch of Grapes, Mint square, Borough
J Carey, Three Jolly Bakers, Little Chesterfield street, Marylebone
William Carey, Star & Garter, Powis street, Woolwich
William Carey, wine & brandy merchant, 27 Marylebone street, Golden square
Carolina Coffee house, Birchin lane, Cooke
Edw Carr, wine & brandy vaults, Chelsea walk, Chelsea
James Carr, victualler, St Pauls Churchyard
John Carrin, Bell, Hendon
Elizabeth Carroll, wine vaults, 114 Long acre – Blue Boars Head
James Carroll, Coach & Horses, Wellbeck street, Cavendish square
Elizabeth Carter, Sussex Coffee house, Bouverie street, Fleet street
James Carter, brandy merchant, 33 Barbican – Red Cross
James Carter, victualler, the Griffin, Long lane, West Smithfield
John Carter, Three Pidgeons, Stratford green, Essex
Josep Carter, victualler, the Crane, Church street, Hackney
Robert Carter, The Bull, Stratford, Essex
William Carter, victualler, Magazine, East lane, Greenwich
William Cartmeale, victualler, Mount row, Berkeley square
William G Cartwight, wine merchant, 1 Surry street, Blackfriars road
Cary & Platt, wine & brandy merchants, 90 Goswell street & 58 Cannon street
Isaac Cash, Green Dragon, Wells street, Hackney
Alex Cassels, victualler, King & Queen, Duke street, Manchester square
M Castell, victualler, Golden Anchor, Woolwich
Castle & Falcon Hotel & Tavern, Aldersgate street, J & D Kay
Thomas Castle, victualler, Sampson & Lion, Butcher row, East Smithfield
_ Caswell, spirit merchant, 120 Upper Shadwell
_ Caswell, publican, Penton row, Walworth
Job Caswell, Star, Wilkes street, Spitalfields
Walter Caswell, Crown, Wood street, Barnet
Samuel Cate, Hare & Hounds, East Sheen, Surrey
Mary Cath, victualler, Manor Arms, Manor row, Tower hill
John Cathie, victualler, 40 Poland street, Oxford street – Bunch of Grapes
John Cattams, victualler, White Hart, Greenwich
Thomas Cattersham, Robin Hood, Millbank, Westminster
Henry Cave, wine merchant, 42 Southampton row, Bloomsbury
J Cawood, publican, High street, Lambeth
Sarah Cawthorn, the Crown, Upper street, Islington
William Cawthorn, wine & brandy merchant, 2 Idol lane, Tower street
William Caybourn, publican, 134 Upper Shadwell
Cecil Street Coffee house, Strand, Cox
Rob Chadwick, Royal Hospital Tavern, Chelsea
Francis Chalie, wine merchant, 14 Mincing lane
John & Matthew Chalie, wine merchants, 28 Mincing lane
John Chalk, George inn, Barking, Essex
John Chamberlain, C George street, Manchester street
Charles Chambers, Bunch of Grapes, 4 James’s street, Covent garden
Sam Chambers, the Red Lion, 65 Old street
William Chambers, publican, St Catherine street
J Champion, Jacobs Well, Upper Ground street, Blackfriars
William Champion, Red Lion Inn, Putney
George Champniss, Swan & Sugar loaf, Croydon
James Chandler, Swan & Sugar loaf, Dockhead
John Chandler, tavern keeper, 2 Ave Maria lane – Kings Head
William Chandler, Crown & Anchor, Great Guildford street, Southwark
Edw Chapman, Bun House, Chelsea
E Chapman, the Nags Head, Grays Inn lane
J Chapman, Three Compasses, Lambeth marsh
John Chapman, victualler, Long lane, Smithfield
John Chapman, Roebuck, Duke street, Aldgate
Rich Chapman, British Coffee house, 41 Great Suffolk street, Charing cross
Thomas Chapman, wine & brandy merchant, Putney
Tyson Chapman, brewer, Putney
William Chapman, the St John of Jerusalem, St Johns gate
Chappell & Co, wine & brandy merchants, Green Dragon court, High street, St Giles
Chapter Coffee house, St Pauls Church yard, M Brunn
G Charge, Kings Head, Bridge road, Lambeth
Charles & Dickins, wine & brandy merchants, 8 Old Jewry
J Charlton, Crown & Sceptre, Shad Thames
Isaac Charlton, George Inn, Hounslow
John Charrington & Co, brewers, Mile end
E Chart, Old Barge House, Upper Ground street, Blackfriars
Joseph Chase, Cocoa Tree, St James’s street
John William & Sam Chatfield, wine & brandy merchants, 15 Coopers row, Tower hill
Henry Chave, New Bedford Coffee house, Southampton row, Bloomsbury
J Checkers, Cock, Camberwell
Mark Cherrell, wine & brandy merchant, 10 Hayes court, Soho
Morris Cherry, Royal Mortar, London road, St Georges fields
Henry Child, wine merchant, 7 Black Raven court, Seething lane
John Child, Prince of Wales, Prospect place, St Georges fields
S Child, wine & brandy merchant, & dealer in bottled beers, 126 Borough High street – Blue Eyed Maid
Thomas Child, the Cock, Church street, Mile End New Town
Child & Wardell, wine merchants, 135 Pall Mall
Ann Chillingsworth, Tigers Head Inn, South end, Lewisham
G Chilman, White Bear, Church end, Heston
William Chipps, Durham Arms, Hackney road
Edw Chisnall, City of London, City road
Thomas Christian, Red Lion, 44 Cow Cross
J & J Christie, wine & brandy merchants, St James’s market
Thomas Christmas, the Swan, Wandsworth
George Christopher, wine merchant, Mile end
James Church, Rose & Crown, Webber street, Westminster road
Jos Churchill, victualler, 22 King street, Holborn
Churchill & Tucker, Crown brewhouse, 45 Stanhope street, Clare Market
William & Churchill, wine & brandy merchant, Hedge row, Islington
City of London Tavern, Bishopsgate street, Terry & Co.
William Clapham, Black Jack, Portsmouth street, Clare market
Edw Claridge, Red Lion, Finchley common
George Clark, Magpie & Stump, 11 Silver street, Clerkenwell
H Clark, White Horse wine vaults, Gravel lane, Southwark
J Clark, Hole in the Wall, Beaufort row, Chelsea
James Clark, Bird in Hand, Bow, Middlesex
John Clark, wine & brandy merchant, Baker street North
John Clark, Joiners Arms, Camberwell
John Clark, Intrepid Fox, Wardour street
John Clark, Salutation, Old Brentford
John Clark, Red House wine vaults, Gravel lane, Southwark
Sam Clark, wine vaults, 67 Dean street, Soho square
William Clark, wine & brandy merchant, Wellclose square
William Clark, brewer, Whites ground, Bermondsey
William Clark, Marquis of Cornwallis, Bethnal green road
William Clark, Cyder cellar, Maiden lane, Covent garden
William Clark, Grapes & Can, 119 Goswell street
William Clark, the Bull, 16 Devonshire street, Bishopsgate street
William Clark, Castle, Smallberry green
William Clark, wine vaults, 1 North East passage, Wellclose square
_ Clark, New England Coffee House, Threadneedle street
Edw Clarke, Queens Head Tavern, 14 St James’s street
John Clarke, Green Man & Still, Coppice row, Clerkenwell
Rich Clarke, Fortune of War Inn, 92 East street, Marylebone
Rich Clarke, victualler, Coach & Horses, Eyre street hill
T H Clarke, wine merchant, 3 Crown court, Old Broad street
W Clarke, brewer, Whites ground, Bermondsey
William Clarke, Noahs Ark, Woodbridge street, Aylesbury street
William Clarke, Kings Arms, Bridge court, Westminster
W Clarke, Hare & Hounds, Old Brentford
William Clarke, Windsor Castle Inn, Hammersmith
Elizabeth Clarkson, wine & brandy merchant, & Italian warehouse, 63 South Audley street, Grosvenor square
J Clement, White Bear, coach and waggon office, Piccadilly
Benj Clements, inn keeper, Swan Inn, Stockwell, Surrey
Isaac Clements, Mitre Tavern, 36 Fish street hill
Ch Clementson, Lamb & Flaggon, Clerkenwell green
George Cleveley, Bunch of Grapes, 1 Goswell street
Hugh Cleverly, Coach & Horses, Newington green

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