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.

_ Oakey, Kings Head, Edgware road
George Oakley, victualler, 10 Princes street, Drury lane
_ Oakley, Hoop and Grapes, Broadway, Westminster
John Oakley, victualler, 46 Swallow street
Daniel O’Brian, Three Tuns, Houghton street, Clare market
Thomas Ockford, Half Moon, Half Moon street, Bishopsgate street without
Samuel Odell, wine and brandy merchant, 1 Vine street, Covent garden
John Odell, victualler, Newton street, Holborn
G Ody, Queens Head, Darkhouse lane, Billingsgate
Francis Okines, Father Red Cap, Camberwell green
Thomas Old, wine merchant, 3 Sun street, Bishopsgate street
John Oldfield, Bell, Edmonton
William Oldfield, Bulls Head, 182 Newmarket street, Wapping
Thomas oliphant, Orange Tree, Totteridge
John Oliver, wine merchant, 80 Fleet market
R Oliver, Princess Amelia, 181 Oxford street
John Oliver, Hop Poles, William street, Blackfriars road
William Oliver, Crown and Leek, Pleasant row, Mile End New town
Thomas Oliver, Five Bells, East End, Finchley
John Oliver, the Bull and Last, Kentish town
William Olley, wine merchant, 24 Haymarket
Matthew Olley, Black Boy and Cat, St Catherines court, St Catherines
Joseph Onons, wine vaults, 1 George street, Blackfriars road
William Ordish, Coach and Horses, Hart street, Bloomsbury
Silvester Orr, Spotted Dog, Upton, Essex
Thomas Orton, the Kings Head, Rotherhithe wall, Surrey
William Osborn, wine merchant, Adam street, Adelphi
Daniel Osborn, the Plough, Holloway down, Stratford
Thomas Osborn, Chequers, Providence row, Finsbury square
William Osborn, Bull and Wrestlers, High street, Highgate
William Osborn, Swan, Golders green, Hendon
John Osborne, the White Horse, Kensington
John Osbourn, wine merchant and coffee house keeper, 88 St James’s street
Samuel Osbourn, St James’s Hotel, 1 Cleveland row, St James’s
_ Ouly, the Ship, Church street, Woolwich
John Outrim, Rose and Crown, Church street, Stoke Newington
Charles Over, Seven Stars, North end, Fulham
William Owen, beer and cyder merchant, Mill lane, Tooley street
Griffith Owen, bun house, Valentine row, Blackfriars road
Edward Owen, the Golden Fleece, Union street, Westminster
J Owen, Windsor Castle, Little Scotland yard, Whitehall
_ Oxley, Mitre Tavern, Fish street hill

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