An alphabetical listing by surname of Holdens London 1805 Directory of taverns, inns, wine and brandy merchants, coffee houses etc. it also includes parts of Essex, Kent and Surrey.

Robert Daines, Crown, Grey Eagle street, Spitalfields
Thomas Dainton, victualler, 19 Titchborne street
James Dalby, wine and brandy merchant, 4 Little Newport street, Soho
_ Dalby, Kings Arms, Bennet street, Blackfriars road
John Dale, Star and Garter, Bromley, Kent
_ Dallemere, Elliotts Head, Bedford Bury, Covent garden
Dallimore and Leech, London Coffee house, Ludgate street
Edward Daniell, Old Robin Hood, 281 High Holborn
John Danson, Coach and Horses, 71 Bartholomew close
Edward Daplyn, Black Horse, Mile End
J Darby, Red Lion, Edgware road
M Darcy, Ship and Shears, Lower Shadwell
John Darey, victualler, 242 High Holborn
Thomas Darnel, Hand and Flower, Kensington gore
William Davie, Nags Head, 117 Whitecross street
Peter Davies, Spotted Dog, 167 Oxford street
William Davies, White Lion, 86 Fore street, Cripplegate
Stephen Davies, the White Bear, Old street square
John Davies, victualler, 16 Blackmoor street, Clare market
Thomas Davies, victualler, 21 King street, St James’s
Richard Davies, victualler, 14 Great Ryder street, St James’s
Francis Davies, the George, Vine street, Westminster
George Davies, the Acorn, Trinity street, Greenland dock
Joseph Davies, Load of Hay, Haverstock hill, Hampstead
William Davies, Rose and Crown, Low Layton
Owen Davies, Marquis of Granby, Hounslow
William Davies, the Admiral Keppel, Shoreditch
William Davies, wine vaults, 15 Broad street, Bloomsbury
Thomas Davis, the Crown and Anchor, 9 King street, Westminster
John Davis, victualler, 117 Jermyn street, St James’s
Thomas Davis, the Green Man, Hoxton town
Nathaniel Davis, the Greyhound, Bromley, Kent
John Davis, Fox, Southampton court, Russell square
John Davis, Golden Hart, Phoenix street, Spitalfields
James Davis, the Rising Sun, Bromley, Kent
Robert Davis, the Crown, Red Cross street, Cripplegate
William Davis, Cheshire Cheese, Dean street, Holborn
Thomas Davis, King of Prussia, High street, Kensington
William Davis, Admiral Keppel, Batemans row, Shoreditch
Thomas Davis, Old Globe, Mile End
John Davis, the Swan, Mansell street, Goodmans fields
Mrs Davis, Brunswick Tavern, 20 Bow street, Covent garden
William Davis, Angel Inn, Brentford end
D Davis, the Rum Puncheon, Old street
_ Davis, Rose and Crown, 56 Lower Thames street
David Davis, Horse shoe, West Harding street, Fetter lane
William Davis, victualler, 34 Betts street, Ratcliff
Edward Davis, victualler, Pump yard, Ratcliff
Francis Davison, victualler, 351 Wapping
Thomas Dawes, the Wheatsheaf, Holywell street, Strand
George Dawes, the Oakley arms, Oakley street, Lambeth
Benj Dawson & Co, wine and brandy merchants, 38 Pall mall
Thomas Dawson, wine and brandy merchant, Blackmoor street, Drury lane
Thomas Day, Taylors Arms, Clements lane, Clare Market
Thomas Day, the Golden Horse, Aldersgate street
J Day, the Ship, Bermondsey Wall, Surrey
Francis Day, Three Tuns, Kingsland
William Day, the Crown, Chce side, Southgate
John Day, Three Mackerels and Bell, Mile End
John Dayslley, the Bridcage, Stamford hill
James Deady, Wheatsheaf, Church row, St Pancras

Thomas Dean, Star and Garter, Kew bridge
R Dean, Bulls Head, Smithfield bars
Charles Dean, Angel and Porter, 44 Golden lane
William Dean, Black Boy and Still, High street, Hampstead
William Deane, wine and brandy merchant, Battersea
Thomas Dearham, the Kings Arms, 132 High street, Holborn
James Death, Two Brewers, 129 Bunhill row
Robert Death, victualler, Battersea rise
Mary Deeks, the White Hart, Lewisham
J De la Fons, wine merchant, 1 Bull and mouth street
Delemain and Son, wine merchants, 67 Berner street
J Delforce, the Flower Pot, Brick lane, Spitalfields
Thomas Dell, White Swan, Blackheath road
Mrs De Luce, Somerset Arms, Little Chelsea
William Demee, New Cross public house, New Cross, Surrey
Robert Dench, the Dukes Head, Wood street, Walthamstow
Charles Denison, victualler, Coal Yard, Drury lane
Mary Denn, King and Prince of Wales public house, Brick street, Piccadilly
John Denner, Furnivals Inn Coffee house, Holborn hill
John Dennett, wine, brandy and beer merchant, 1 Northumberland Street, Strand
John Dennett, wine merchant, 38 Great Russel street, Bloomsbury square
_ Denney, Yorkshire Grey, 49 Whitechapel
Thomas Dennis, wine merchant, 4 Coopers row, Crutched friars
J B Dennis, wine and brandy merchant, Homerton
William Desborow, Hope and Anchor, Gloucester place, Camden town
Mrs Deshlinl, Six Bells, Kings road, Chelsea
Anne Devall, White Hart, Park street, Borough
James Dewdney, the Queens Head, Guildford street, Southwark
John Dewhurst, Wheatsheaf Tavern, 433 Strand
John Deykes, the Taylors Arms, 23 Gravel lane, Southwark
Mrs Dibdin, the George, Camberwell
Joseph Dick, Pendennis Castle, Lamb street, Spitalfields
John Dicken, Half Moon and Crown, Brentford End
J Dickinson, Jolly Weavers, 82 Church street, Bethnal green
Dickinson, the Blade Bone, 82 Church street, Bethnal green
Dickinson, Baldfaced Stag, Worship street, Shoreditch
Thomas Dickinson, the Fox, Back lane, Deptford
James Dickinson, Cross Keys, Lower Edmonton
Phillip Dignam, victualler, 17 Little Wild street, Lincolns inn fields
William Dingle, Cock, Great Portland street
William Discombe, Three Crowns, Dowgate hill, Cannon street
Dixon and ramsay, wine and brandy merchants, St Mary hide, Eastcheap
John Dixon, wine and brandy merchant, 17 Colebrook row, Islington
John Dixy, Man in the Moon, 20 Vine street, Piccadilly
Thomas Dobbins, Brown Bear, Devonshirestreet, Bloomsbury
_ Donder, the Turkish Slave, Brick lane, Spitalfields
Elizabeth Donington, Hare and Hound, Stoke Newington
Peter Donnell, Black Bull and Star, New Gravel lane, Shadwell
J Doorey, Still and Star, Harrow alley, Aldgate
James Doran, Three Tuns, Whitcomb street, Charing Cross
William Dorant, York Hotel, 9 Albemarle street, Piccadilly
John Dorman, Cock and Red Cross, Red Cross Street, Nightingale lane, Lower East Smithfield
Thomas Dornford, wine and brandy merchant, 14 Philpot lane, Fenchurch street
John Dosell, Prince of Orange, Greenwich road
Thomas Doubleday, Greyhound Inn, Richmond
Charles Douglass, victualler, Threadneedle street
Matthew Douthwaite, the Plough, Beaufort buildings, Strand
James Dowdie, victualler, 25 Church lane, Wellclose square
Alex Dowie, the Sun, Charles street, Westminster
George Dowie, victualler, 50 Bermondsey street
William Dowker, the Crown and Shuttle, 226 Shoreditch
John Downs, Kings Head, Little Eastcheap
_ Dowset, the Anchor, Barking, Essex
Lewios Dowton, wine and brandy vaults, 20 Clare street, Clare market
William Doxey, Mother Black Cap, Camden town
Thomas Drake, Compasses, 32 Turnmill street, Clerkenwell
Ricgard Drake, Duke of Argyll, Little Pultney street, Golden square
John Draper, Rising Sun, Elizabeth place, Lambeth
Mary Draper, Brown Bear, 191 Upper Thames street
Joshua Drew, Crown, 182 Church street, Bethnal green
William Drought, Rummer Tavern, Charing Cross
William Drummond, the Fox, Kentish town hill, Highgate
_ Drury, Kings Arms, New Round court, Strand
John Dry, Globe, 25 Liquor Pond street, Grays inn lane
Ann Ducey, Chequers, Eltham, Kent
John Ducklass, Cock, Lower Edmonton
Charles Duckworth, Three Compasses, Edmonton
Hannah Duckworthm Brown Bear, Bear street, Blackfriars road
Peter Duffy, wine merchant, 11 Newman street, Oxford street
E Duffy, Red Lion, 405 Oxford street
John Duggan, The Hope, 63 Banner street, Bunhill row
Francis Dukes, the Rose and Crown, Downing street, Westminster
Duncan Dunbar, wine brandy and beer merchant, 7 Fore street. Limehouse
A Duncan, Brown Bear, Cinnamon street, Old Gravel lane
William Dunkin, Coach and Horses, Newington green
W Dunklin, White Hart, 213 Upper Thames street
Francis Dunn, White Horse, Stafford row, Pimlico
Andrew Dunn, Marlborough Head, Foxs lane, Shadwell
George Duplex, Star and garter, opposite the church, Shoreditch
George Durrett, victualler, 3 Shepherds court, Upper Brook street
William Dutton, wine and brandy vaults, 4 Aylesbury street, Clerkenwell
Thomas Dutton, Ship, Poplar
John Dutton, Wrestler, High street, Highgate
John Dye, Peacock, White cross street
H Dyer, Black Horse, Oxendon street, Haymarket
Richard Dyke, the King and Queen, Old Gravel lane
H Dyson, Kings Head Coffee house yard, Old Change

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