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.

Mrs Nanton, Goat in Boots, Little Chelsea
W Napton, Nags Head, 344 Oxford street
John Nash, the Lamb and Flag, Homerton
John Nash, victualler, Garrett lane, Wandsworth
John Nash, Chequers, Abingdon building, Westminster
Thomas Nathan, Monument, Little Eastcheap
John Nawbry, the Unicorn, Wood wharf, Greenwich
George Neaves, Rose and Crown Inn, Wimbledon
James Needham, the White Swan, Hoxton fields
William Neel, Swan, Great Portland street
John Neeton, the Acorn, Addle hill, Upper Thames street
Ann Nelson, Black Bull, High street, Aldgate
John Nelson, Bricklayers Arms, Charlotte street, Old street road
William Nettleship, victualler, 28 Cable street, Wellclose square
Charles Nettleship, the White Swan, 4 Blackman street, Borough
William New, Don Salteros Coffee house and Tavern, Cheyne walk, Chelsea
Peter Newbold, Swan, Mile End
S Newbury, Black Lion, Croydon
Sarah Newcombe, Nags Head, Hounslow
Newham and Finch, wine merchants, 20 Somerset street, Whitechapel
George and Jeremiah Newman, Swan Tavern, Walham green
Arthur Newman, the Antigallican, Limehouse hole
Samuel Newman, White Lion, Little James street, Bedford row
Anthony Newman, the Ship, 90 Swallow street, Oxford street
Henry Newman, Watermans Arms, Shad Thames
Thomas Newman, Green Man Inn, Mimms, Barnet
Francis Newman, the Six Bells, Merton, Surrey
Francis Newman, the Kings Head, Lower Edmonton
W Newton, wine merchant, St James’s street
Henry and James Newton, wine and brandy merchants, 47 Aldgate
Henry Newton, wine vaults, 47 Aldgate High street
J Newton, victualler, 19 Princes street, Cavendish square
J Newton, Half Moon, Strutton ground, Westminster
William Newton, the Phoenix, Church street, Deptford
Isaac Newton, Red Lion Inn, High street, Barnet
Noah Nicholls, the Three Tuns, Red Cross street, Cripplegate
Joseph Nicholls, Bunch of Grapes, Brick street, Piccadilly
Thomas Nicholls, victualler. 66 Bermondsey street
Thomas Nicholls, Crown and Anchor, Rodney building, Kent road
John Nichols, victualler. 4 King street, St James’s
Thomas Nichols, Camden Head, Camden town
M Nicholson, wine merchant, Hamburgh Coffee house, Water lane, Tower street
Edward Nicholson, victualler, 13 Bury street, St James’s
James Nisbett, wine merchant, 6 Salisbury street, Strand
Sampson Noble, and Willians, wine and spirit merchants, 40 St Mary hill
Noble and Webb, wine and spirit merchants, 32 St Mary hill
Matthew Noble, White Swan inn, Charlton, Kent
John Norbury, the Spaniards, Hampstead heath
John Norman, Cock Inn, Wells row, Islington
George Norman, victualler, 145 Fenchurch street
J Norman, Bulls Head, Little Thames street, St Catherines
James Norris, wine and brandy merchant, 3 Bury place, Bloomsbury
Thomas Norris, the Old Northumberland Arms, Great Russell street, Covent garden
Thomas Norris, Crown and Anchor, High street, Woolwich
John Norrish, the Gentleman and Porter, Nicolls square, Aldersgate street
George North, Gun Tavern, Blackwall
J Northern, Wheatsheaf, New Tothill street, Westminster
Samuel Northwood, the Old Parrs Head, Cross street, Islington
John Norton, the Ivy House, Hoxton
Samuel Norton, the George, 1 Goodmans yard, Minories
Edw Norton, Angel and Crown, Crispin street, Spitalfields
Henry Nourse, wine and brandy merchant, 37 Wigmore street, Cavendish square
Samuel Nowden, the Cheshire Cheese, 16 Fleur de luce court, Fetter lane
Patrick Nowland, the Barking Dogs, Tabernacle walk, Finsbury square
Thomas Nowland, the Hawk, Flask walk, Hampstead
James Nugent, the Coach and Horses, Limekilns, Greenwich
John Nunn, the Crown, Crown court, Golden square
George Nunn, Red Lion, Poplar
William Nurse, the Essex Serpent, King street, Covent garden
John Nuttall, Red Lion, 339 Strand
I P Nutty, the Adam and Eve, Brick lane, Spitalfields

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