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.

Thomas Lidstone, wine merchant, 9 Princes street, Rotherhithe
William Light, the Queens Head, Rotherhithe
Edw Lilley, the Coach and Horses, Marsh street, Walthamstow
William Lillingston, Rose and Crown, New Brentford
Edward Lincoln, Harrow, Compton street, Clerkenwell
Mrs Lindley, Civet Cat, High street, Kensington
William Lingard, victualler, Turnham green
William Lingham, wine and brandy merchant, 18 Beer lane, Tower street
James Linney, the Leopard, Seward street, Goswell street
Eliz Lippencott, victualler, 57 Great Windmill street
John Lisney, Punch Bowl, Hemlock court, Carey street
John Lister, wine and brandy merchant, 42 Lothbury
John Litchfield, Adam and Eve Inn, Westham Abbey, Essex
Thomas Little, Goat, Arabella row, Pimlico
Robert Little, Two Spies, Catherine street, Strand
Henry Littlechild, White Hart, Ponders End
Ann Livings, Rose and Crown, Allen street, Goswell street
Thomas Llewellin, London Spa Tavern, Rosomon street, Clerkenwell
John Lloyd, wine merchant, 14 Manchester street
Robert Lloyd, the Crown, Crown court, Fleet street
Thomas Lloyd, Cock and Hoop, Gun street, Spitalfields
John Lloyd, Kings Head, High street, Barnet
John Lloyd, Cock, Litchfield street, Soho
John Loadman, Mitre, 125 Chancery lane
William Loft, White Horse, Broad Wall, Blackfriars
Christian Loman, Red Lion, Black Lion yard, Whitechapel
London Tavern, Bishopsgate street within
London Coffee house, Ludgate hill
Ann Longer, Three Crowns, Castle street, Whitechapel
James Longman, One Tun, 84 Holborn Hill
T Longworth, the Stag, Old street road
John Loton, Bald Faced Stag, Putney bottom
_ Lovant, Horse and Groom, John street, Edgware road
T Love, Bell, Church row, Houndsditch
George Loveday, the Hampshire Hog, Pear tree street, Goswell street
_ Loveday, Brazen Head, Lisson green
William Lovejoy, Sash and Cocoa Tree, Whitecross place, Wilsons place, Wilsons street, Finsbury square
Charles Lovelock, Salisbury Coffee house, Durham street, Strand
Thomas Lovelock, Bell, Kilburn
J Lovelock, the Black Boy and Apple Tree, 49 St Martins lane
Thomas Lover, Three Tuns tavern, 2 Fetter lane
_ Loverage, sign of the Chelsea water works, Bridge row, Pimlico
Charles Lovett, Red Lion, Bridge street, Lambeth
Lowe and Co, wine merchants, 31 Clements lane
William Lownds, Jolly Cooper, St Albans street, Pall mall
William Lownes, Black Dog, 88 Shoe lane, Holborn
John Lucas, Mail Guard, 7 Craven street, City road
John Lucas, wine vaults, 18 High street, St Giles
Thomas Lucas, the Rose, Elder walk, Islington
William Lucking, inn keeper, Church hill, Walthamstow
Edward Luff, the Tower, Stockwell
H Luffman, Kings Arms, College street, Westminster
Eliz Legard, Dukes Head, Parsons green, Fulham
George Lumley, wine merchant, Spring gardens
Thomas Lumley, the Tun, St James’s market, Market street
George Lumley, Bacchus and tun, Islington road
Samuel Lund, victualler, Queens Head, Mortlake, Surrey
Thomas Lund, the Essex head, Essex street, Strand
Richard Lunn, victualler, 9 Bulstrode street
William Lush, Prince of Wales, 15 Great Marylebone street, Cavendish square
Samuel Lusted, Coach and Horses, Kensington
Charlotte Luya, Gun and Tent, Fort street, Spitalfields
Lyceul Theatre, 350 Strand
_ Lyford, Bull and Bush, North end, Hampstead
Robert Lyld, wine merchant, 445 Strand
D Lynch, King Harry, 37 Red Lion street, Whitechapel
Richard Lyndall, victualler, 38 Grays inn lane
Lyne, Hathorn and Roberts, wine merchants, 13 South street, Finsbury square
Thomas Lyne, Bald Faced Stag, Red hill, near Edgware
John Lyne, Horns, Norwood common

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