London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history – E

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 am also not clear why I am not #1 in google for London pub history any longer, as every pub I am searching for brings me straight back to the pubwiki site!

J Ealing, Coach & Horses, Marylebone, Golden square
W Earle, Ship, Church street, Rotherhithe
John Earley, White Horse, Peckham Rye
William East, Kings Head, Acton
John Eaton, wine & brandy merchant, 19 & 20 Broad street, St Giles
Thomas Eaton, Elephant & Castle, Oxford market
Francis Ebbige, Ship, St Catherines court
John Eboner, White Hart, Little Windmill street, Golden square
G P Echstain, the Goat, Tash street, Grays Inn lane
Rich Eddington, victualler, 4 Hopkins street, St James’s
W Eden, publican, 3 Cable street, Wellclose square
Rob Edgar, wine & beer merchant, 1 Hammonds court, Mincing lane
W Edgington, victualler, Great Coram street, Brunswick square
Elias Edmonds, wine, brandy & shrub merchant, Monument yard
H Edmonds, publican, 64 Brick lane, Bethnal green
John Edmondson, Ship & Punch bowl, Wapping street
George Edridge, Black Boy, Limehouse dock
Robert Edward, victualler, 6 Paradise street, Bermondsey
David Edwards, wine & spirit merchant, 45 Strand
G & S Edwards, wine merchants, 8 Beaufort buildings, Strand
James Edwards, wine merchant, Crutched friars
John Edwards, Swan Brewhouse, Chelsea
John Edwards, George, Hackney road
John Edwards, Sheer Hulk, Back lane, Deptford
Joseph Edwards, Horse & Groom, Bedfordbury
Rich Edwards, brandy merchant, Morgans lane
Robert Edwards, Horse & Groom, Holloway
William Edwards, victualler, 24 Silver street, Golden square
Bernard Egan, Abercorn Arms Inn, Stanmore
John Eggetton, victualler, 10 West lane, Bermondsey
John Eitman, wine vaults, 49 Old Gravel lane, St Georges, Middlesex
John Eldridge, Staples Inn Coffee house, Southampton buildings, Chancery lane
John William Eles, victualler, Peter street, Westminster
John Elgar, Barley Mow, 76 Fore street, Limehouse
John Elisha, Cock & Bible, Houndsditch
Thomas Ellen, Duke of York, Union street, Bond street
William Ellicock, the Gun, 32 Union street, Bishopsgate
John Ellington, Princess of Wales, Charles street, Queens Elm, Chelsea
E Elliott, Marquis Cornwallis, Southampton street, Pentonville
J Elliott, Green Man, Kent road
R Elliott, Bulls Head, Barnes, Surrey
Rich Elliott, the Cock, Kilburn
Benj Ellis, victualler, Pages walk, Bermondsey
E Ellis, Phoenix & Crown, Potters fields, Southwark
Thomas Ellis, Bunch of Grapes, Gainsford street, Horslydown
Thomas Ellison, Black Horse, Rathbone place
J Ells, Prince of Brunswick, Brunswick street, Blackfriars road
William Elsden, Nags Head, Carnaby market
Rich Ely, Red Bull, Peckham
Thomas Emblett, the Cock, Walthamstow
Thomas Emerton, wine & brandy merchant, Borough road
E Empson, Adam & Eve, Bowling street, Westminster
L Ennis, publican, Ratcliff cross
J Ensworth, publican, High street, Lambeth
Fran Ette, George, Chapel street, Soho
Eliz Evans, Falcon, Stoke Newington
Eliz Evans, Coach & Horses, Turpins lane, Greenwich
John Evand, Barley Mow, Park street, Grosvenor square
Mary Evans, Star & Punch bowl, Upper East Smithfield
Perceval Evans, brandy merchant, 2 Cross street, Goswell street
Thomas Evans, Nags Head, 342 Oxford street
William Evans, Flying Horse, 80 Blackman street, Southwark
A Evered, Mount Coffee house, Lower Grosvenor street
Mary Eves, Leopard, Seward street, Goswell street
T Eves, Union Brewhouse, Lambeth walk
William Eves, York Brewhouse, York street, Westminster
W & E Eyre, wine merchants, 114 Upper Thames street

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