An alphabetical listing by surname of Holdens London 1811 Directory of taverns, inns, wine and brandy merchants, coffee houses etc

_ Clapham, Nags Head, Portsmouth street, Lincolns Inn fields
William Claridge, wine & brandy merchant, Holborn bridge
William Claridge, Adam & Eve, 246 Bermondsey street, Southwark
William Claris, Marquis of Granby, New Cross
Charles Craven Clark, Queens Head, Darkhouse lane
Christ Clark, York Chop house, 96 Wardour street, Soho
Edw Clark, wine & brandy merchant, 14 St James’s street
Henry Clark, wine & brandy merchant, 16 Gravel lane, Borough
Jeremiah Clark, Hole in the Wall, Beaufort row, Chelsea
John Clark, wine & brandy merchant, Newington butts, Surrey
John Clark, Bedford Arms, 13 South street, Manchester square
John Clark, publican, 24 Mount row
J Clark, wine merchant, New England Coffee house, Threadneedle street
Moses Clark, Antigallican & Grapes, Tooley street, Southwark
Clark & Platt, wine & brandy merchants, 42 Kirby street
R Clark, Fortune of War, East street, Manchester square
Sam Clark, wine vaults, 67 Deane street, Soho
Thomas Clark, Kings Head, Earls court, Old Brompton
Walter Clark, victualler, 7 Devonshire street, Bishopsgate
William Clark, wine & brandy merchant, 1 Wellclose square
William Clark, New England Coffee house, Threadneedle street
William Clark, Cyder cellar, Maiden lane, Covent garden
Edward Clarke, Queens Head Tavern, 14 St James’s street
Fred Clarke, Coach & Horses, Ray street, Clerkenwell
James Clarke, London Apprentice, 7 Margaret street, Cavendish square
James Clarke, publican, 10 Love lane, Rotherhithe
John Clarke, the Poulterers Arms, Leadenhall market
J M Clarke, Bettys Chop House & tavern, 315 Strand
Rich Clarke, the Coach and Horses, 19 Eyre street hill
Thomas Clarke, Sun, Grays Inn lane
William Clarke, Halifax Arms, King Edward street, Spitalfields
W M Clarke, wine merchant, 22 Water lane, Tower street
Edw & Eliz Clarkson, wine & brandy merchants, & Italian warehouse, 63 South Audley street, Grosvenor square
John Cleave, Three Cups, Bow, Middlesex
Mrs Cleet, publican, Old Gravel lane
Edw Clement, victualler, 23 Wilson street, Finsbury square
J Clements, Mitre Tavern, 38 Fish street hill
_ Clementson, victualler, Clerkenwell green
C Cleveland, Windmill Inn, Clapham common
J Clifford, Chelsea water works, Bridge row, Pimlico
Joseph Clinch, Batsons Coffee house, Cornhill
Rich Clitter, wine & brandy merchant, 34 Dean street, Soho
Rich Clitter, Golden Lion, Dean street, Soho
George Clivley, wine vaults, 1 Goswell street
Clode & Mathew, wine & brandy merchants, 138 Bishopsgate street without
Peter Cloney, Red Lion, Great Windmill street
James Clube, Old Windmill Inn, Romford, Essex
Thomas Clunes, wine & brandy merchant, 62 Welbeck street, cavendish square
William Coale, Red Lion, Paradise street, Rotherhithe
Charles Coates & Co, wine & merchants, 26 Bucklersbury
Cock tavern, Threadneedle street, John Lockett
Eliz Cocker, victualler, 22 Queen street, Ratcliff Cross
John Cockerton, victualler, 23 King street, Finsbury square
J Cockerton, Kings Head, Fulham
James Cocks, wine & brandy merchant, Camberwell terrace
Thomas Coe, the Three Colts, Oldford
William Coe, Rose & Crown, Shad Thames
Fran Cofield, Union Tavern, Ballast quay, Greenwich
William Cogan, victualler, 29 Broad street, Ratcliff Cross
Thomas Cogger, victualler, 5 Wilson street, Finsbury square
James Colbourn, the Prince of Orange, Hatton wall
A Cole, publican, Long lane, Borough
Giles Cole, wine & brandy merchant, 6 Woburn street, Russel square
John Cole, Africa and Senegal Coffee house, St Michaels alley, Cornhill
Rich Cole, Angel, King street, Snows fields, Southwark
Robert Cole, victualler, 19 catherine street, Tower hill
Cole & Tribe, wine & brandy merchants, 65 South Molton street
Edw Coleman, Green Man, Holsdon green
Thomas Coleman, General Elliott, Jews row, Chelsea
Joseph Colemear, Griffin, Liquor pond street
John Coles, the Cobhams Head, Coppice row, Clerkenwell
Charles Coley, Coach & Horses, Welbeck street, Cavendish square
W Colley, Bay Malton, 65 Great Portland street
Coolgam, Coffee House, Upper Grosvenor street
Mary Collins, Bull Inn, Holborn
John Collimore, wine & brandy merchant, Wandsworth road, Vauxhall
William Collins, Rising Sun, High street, Poplar
Joseph Colliss, the George, Great St Andrews street, Seven dials
William Collison, Barley Mow, Mount street, Grosvenor square
Robert Colston, victualler, Clapton
William Colton, wine & brandy merchant, Coopers Arms, Worcester street, Queens street, Southwark
Harvey Coombe, wine merchant, 41 Crutched friars
William Comeby, theSir John Falstaff, 127 Old street
Commercial Coffee house, Skinner street
Thomas Compton, Horse & Groom, Newington Butts
_ Connor, Windmill, Leather lane
Lawrence Conyers, Six Cans & Punch Bowl, 241 High Holborn
_ Cook, victualler, 1 Bath row, Cold bath fields
_ Cook, Cooks Hotel, Dover street
Edm Cook, White Hart, Broadway, St Thomas’s, Southwark
Edw Cook, the Gibraltar, Prospect place, St Georges fields
James Cook, wine & brandy merchant, 23 Middle street, Cloth fair
Joseph Cook, Kings Head, 142 High Holborn
Rob Cook, King Johns Head, Bermondsey Church yard
Sam Cook, Bell & Crown Inn, 133 Lower Holborn
Thomas Cook, Swan & Horse shoe, Little Britain
Thomas Cook, the Plough, Narrow street, Limehouse
Thomas Cook, the George, Hoxton market
Thomas Cook, victualler, 192 Upper Shadwell
William Cook, publican, Bow
Henry Cooke, Caroline Coffee house, 25 Birchin lane
James Cooke, wine merchant, 23 Middle street, Cloth fair, West Smithfield
James Cooke, wine & brandy merchant, 25 Birchin lane
John Coomber, George Inn, Lewisham
Charles Cooper, Two Brewers, Queens buildings, Knightsbridge
Charles Cooper, victualler, 14 Knightsbridge
Edw Cooper, Stock Exchange Coffee house, Royal Exchange
Coopers Hotel, Black Lyon, Bouverie street
Isaac Cooper, wine dealer, Pine Apple, Prospect place, St Georges fields
John Cooper, Blue Anchor, Blue Anchor road, Bermondsey
John Cooper, Three Tuns, West Smithfield
Rich Cooper, Sir Ralph Abercrombie, Charles street, Hatton garden
Sam Cooper, Bell & Crown Inn & Hotel, Holborn
William Cooper, Swan, Romford, Essex
William Cooper, Red Lion, Maze, Tooley street
John Cope, wine & brandy merchant, Three Tun passage, Newgate street
John Copeland, Black Swan, Bow, Middlesex
T Copeland, Barley Mow, Park street, Grosvenor square
Thomas Copplestone, White Horse Inn, Kensington road
Gal Corbaz, victualler, 8 Crown street, Soho
Christ Cordes, Pewter Platter, White Lion street, Shoreditch
S Cordux, White Horse, 54 King street, Golden square
Edward Corfe, victualler, 49 Ratcliff Highway
John Corfe, publican, New Gravel lane, Shadwell
P Corkran, White Bear, Princess street, Red Lion Square
Mrs Cornelius, Three Doves, Berwick street, Soho
Corn Exchange Coffee house, Mark lane
Cornfactors Coffee house, Mark lane, Jane Stubbs
John Corns, victualler, 27 Wapping
J Corri, publican, White street, Borough
John Corrocon, victualler, Rose & Crown, Essex street, Whitechapel
John Corsan, publican, 88 Lower East Smithfield
John Corston, Star & Garter, Kensington
James Corver, Welsh Harp, 23 Aylesbury street, Clerkenwell
William Cory, publican, 32 Gresse street
James Cosnett, White Horse, White Horse alley, Cow cross
J J & P Cossart, wine merchants, 3 Clements lane, Lombard street
Thomas Costin, victualler, 30 Brook street, Ratcliff
James Cottam, Antigallican & Star, Tooley street, Southwark
Edw Cottington, Old King Harry, 37 Red Lion street, Whitechapel
William Cotton, Kings Arms, Blackwall
Robert Couling, White Swan, 52 Skinner street
William Coulson, King & Queen wine vaults, Chapel street, St Georges east
Ann Coupland, wine & brandy merchant, 41 Aldgate
Dirs John Court, King of Prussia, Lambeth street, Goodmans fields
Courtney, Oxford Coffee house, Strand
Doctor Cowcher, Canterbury Arms, Upper Marsh, Lambeth
Cowdery & Co, Saracens Head Inn, Friday street, Cheapside
John & George Cowell, brandy merchants, 8 Water lane, Thames street
John Cowell jun, Wheatsheaf Brewhouse, Maid lane, Bankside
Jos Cowland, Yorkshire Grey and Spread Eagle, Stratford
Charles Cox, Cecil Coffee House & Hotel, 84 Strand
_ Cox, victualler, Bowyer lane, Camberwell
Craven Hotel, Craven street, Strand, Stevenson
Joseph Crawford, Coach & Horses, Avery row, Lower Brook street, Grosvenor square
Robert Crawford, wine & brandy vaults, 7 Devonshire square, Bishopsgate
Francis Crawley, White Hart, Kennington cross
James Cray, Kentish Larder, 127 Wardour street, Soho
John Cribb, wine merchant, 87 Artillery street
William Cribb, victualler, 70 Houndsditch
John Crickitt, Admiralty Marshall, 14 Great Knightrider street
John Crine, victualler, 11 Church lane, Wellclose square
James Crockford, Adam & Eve, Kensington terrace
James Croft, wine, brandy & coal merchant, 1 Cannon street road, Whitechapel
Edward Croney, Artichoke Tavern, Blackwall
Edward Croney, Greengate, Plaistow, Essex
Jos Croom, Sussex tavern and hotel, Bouverie street, Fleet street
Jer Croose, Phoenix, Palace street, Pimlico
Christopher Cropley, Half Moon, West Smithfield
Jos Cropper, Star brewhouse, 15 Great Peter street, Westminster
George Cross, Ship Tavern & general coach office, Charing cross
Sarah Cross, victualler, 28 High row, Knightsbridge
William Crowder, wine & brandy merchant, 13 Worcester street, Queen street, Borough, Southwark
Crown & Anchor Tavern, Strand, Simkin & Jackson
Crown & Anchor Tavern, Leadenhall street, I Waller
Crown Coffee house & tavern, soho square, Hawbrey
Crown & Magpye tavern & coffee house, Aldgate High street, A Bruce
Joseph Crump, Red Lion, East street, Greenwich
R Cuddington, wine merchant, 32 St James’s street
John Culling, Kings Head tavern, Park lane, Upper Grosvenor street
Sam Cumbers, wine & brandy merchant, Wimbledon, Surrey
John Currall, wine & brandy merchant, 35 Bishopsgate street within
Joseph Curt, Georges Coffee house, Coventry street, Haymarket
John Curtis, wine merchant, 6 Assembly row, Mile end
Cuthbert & Clarke, wine merchants, 23 Colchester street, Savage gardens

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