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 Pace, Three Tuns, Coleman street
R Packer, Dog and Duck, Tottenham Court road
James Padgett, wine vaults, 43 Green street, Grosvenor square
Widow, John and Higgins Page, wine and brandy merchants, and insurance brokers, 15 Great St Helens, Bishopsgate street
Thomas Page, Turks Head and Bath Coffee house and Hotel, 142 Strand
J Page, wine vaults, 4 Rose and Crown court, Moorfields
William Page, Kings Head, 65 Whitecross street
Francis Page, the White Horse, Peckham Rye
Henry Page, victualler, Market street, St Georges fields
Mary Paget, Georges Coffee house, Coventry street, Haymarket
John Paine, George Tap, Hounslow
Richard painter, publican, 10 Beak street, Golden square
J Palmer, brandy merchant, 60 London street, Tottenham Court road
John Palmer, Surry Hotel, Great Surrey street, Blackfriars road
William Palmer, Ship, New street, Horselydown
T Palmer, Cock, Leadenhall street
S Palmer, victualler, 182 High street, Borough
James Palmer, Griffin, Church street, Borough
Philip Palmer, Green Dragon wine vaults, 57 Fleet street
Isaac Palmer, New Inn, Stratford, Essex
William Palmer, the Anchor, Croydon
Henry Palsford, Gloucester Coffee house, Piccadilly
T Pankhurst, Weavers Arms, Newington green
_ Pardy, Spread Eagle Inn, Gracechurch street
James Pardy, victualler, 26 Leadenhall market
Henry Parfeet, the Chandos Arms and Old Crane, Edgware
William Park, brandy merchant, 125 Leadenhall street
Fell Parker, wine and brandy merchant, Sandy end, Fulham
James Parker, Kings Arms Coffee house, Old Compton street, Soho
Charles Parker, York Minster, 7 North Audley street
J Parker, the Angel, Upper Ground, Blackfriars
Samuel Parker, Two Brewers, Queens buildings, Knightsbridge
Jonathan Parker, Thistle and Crown, Upper street, Islington
Thomas Parker, Rose and crown, Dartmouth street, Westminster ( #21 Dartmouth street in 1842 )
J Parkes, wine and porter merchants, 14 Broad street, Horselydown
_ Parkes, York Coffee house, St James’s street
Edward Parkins, wine and brandy merchant, 69 Mark lane
William Parkins, Black Horse, Middlesex street, Whitechapel
John Parris, Rope Makers arms, New street, Deptford
R Parrot, brandy merchant, 11 Old Quebec street, Portman square
J Parsley, Flying Horse, 61 Lambeth street, Goodmans fields
Thomas Parsons, wine vaults, 98 Upper East Smithfield
William Parsons, the Dover Castle, 1 Mount row, Lambeth
Thomas Parsons, the Rummer, Old Fish street hill
William Parsons, the Bull, Barking, Essex
John Partridge, wine merchant, 11 Great Hermitage street
James Partridge, victualler, 124 Ratcliff Highway
William Pashley, wine and brandy merchant, 5 Botolph lane
William Pashley, wine vaults, 40 Houndsditch
Thomas Pask, Vine Tavern, 112 High Holborn
Thomas Passmore, Black Horse, Brixton Causeway
Simon Paterson, brandy merchant, 58 St Martins lane
James Paris, Red Potter, Limehouse
John Patmore, the Cricketers, Cheyne walk, Chelsea
James Patrick, Watermans Arms, Dog and Bear yard, Bermondsey street, Southwark
A Patterson, Ship, Duck lane, Westminster
Zebedee Pavott, Admiral Duncan and Hardy Tar, Broadway, Deptford
Paxton and Majorbanks, wine merchants, Buckingham street, Strand
James Paxton, the Black Horse, New Gravel lane
T Paylan, Marlborough Head, Green walk, Blackfriars road
William Payne, wine and brandy merchant, 13 New Belton street, Long acre
J Payne, Two Brewers, Brewers green, Westminster
George Payne, Coach and Horses, Brentford end
John Payne, the Old Kings Head, Clapton
H Payne, the Wheatsheaf, Market place, Greenwich
Richard Payne, Rochester Castle, Stoke Newington
Richard Payne, Bricklayers Arms, Chapel court, Borough
George Peach, Castle Inn, High street, Highgate
G Peacock, wine merchant, High street, Newington
Sarah Peacock, wine vaults, 33 Bermondsey street
William Peacock, Horse and Groom, Three Colt street, Limehouse
William Peacock, the Ship, Millbank row, Westminster
Joseph Peale, Plough, Notting hill, Kensington gravel pits
Thomas Pearce, wine and brandy merchant, 24 Newgate street
John Pearce, the Blue Coat Boy, 11 Little Carter lane, St Pauls
William Pearce, White Hart, Millbank street, Westminster
Thomas Pearson, Kings Arms Inn, 264 Oxford street
Joseph Pearson, Crown, Church street, Lambeth
Ralph Pearson, the Duke of Clarence, Camberwell
Thomas Pearson, the Coach and Horses, Little Ilford
T Pearson, the Flying Horse, Mare street, hackney
F Peche, the Adam and Eve, Peckham
Matthew Peck, wine and brandy merchant, 1 Idol lane, Tower street
Matthew Peck, wine and brandy merchant, 172 Drury lane
J and G Peck, brandy merchants, Vine court, Spitalfields
Joseph Peck, Artichoke, Mile End
D Peeling, Marlborough Head, Green walk, Blackfriars road
John Peggs, Green Man, Jane street, St Georges
William Pegler, White Hart, Exeter street, Strand
Solomon Peile, wine and brandy merchant, 5 Idol lane, Tower street
Nicholas Pelham, the Jacobs Well, Grub street, Fore street
Richard Pell, victualler, 10 Cable street, Ratcliff
Richard Pember, the Stag, Castle lane, James street, Westminster
William Pemberton, the Elephant and Castle, High Holborn
I Pembroke, the White Bear, Butt lane, Deptford (Butt lane becomes the High street)

William Pendergast, Angel Inn, 3 High street, St Giles
John Pendry, White Swan, 108 Fetter lane
William Perch, the Magpye and Stump, 56 Fetter lane
Anthony Percivall, Angel inn, High street, Islington
John Percivall, the Bacchus and Tun, Percival street, Clerkenwell
_ Perfect, Scotch Arms, Bedfordbury, Covent garden
Benj Perkin, the Black Bull, Little Chapel street, Westminster
James Perkins, the Plough Inn, Clapham
Robert Perrey, the George, 297 Shoreditch
Samuel Perry, victualler, Charles street, Bermondsey
Joseph Perry, Artichoke, 34 Fleet market
W Petchy, Swan, Hammersmith
James Peter, wine merchant, 33 Vere street, Clare market
Ann Peters, Ship, Camden street, Islington
Andrew Peterson, Three Foxes, Narrow street, Limehouse
_ Pettit, victualler, 35 Hosier lane, Smithfield
_ Petrie, Watermans Arms, 23 Wapping wall
James Petty, the Plume of Feathers, Plumstead, Kent
Mary Peverell, Kings Head Inn, Winchmore Hill
Ann Pew, the Star, Blackman street, Borough
Thomas Phelps, victualler, Falstaff, 39 Marylebone street, Golden square
Thomas Phelps, Duke of Cumberland, High street, Kensington
William Philips, Tygers Head, Lee, Kent
Thomas Phillips, wine and beer merchant, Jamaica and New York Coffee houses
George Phillips, wine merchant, Winckworths building, City road
Andrew Phillips, victualler, Whitefriars wharf
William Phillips, victualler, 6 New Quebec street, Portman square
Richard Phillips, Watermans Arms warehouse, Hungerford market
R Phillips, the Old White Swan, Narrow wall, Lambeth
William Phillips, the Ship, Horseferry road, Westminster
Charles Phillips, Three Tuns, 83 Chancery lane
J Phillips, the Bulls Head, Hungerford market
J Phillips, Kings Head, Bear street, Leicester square
John Phillips, the Horse Shoe and Magpye, Burleigh street, Strand
Philip Phillips, Taylors Arms, Dukes place, Houndsditch
John Phillips, Ship, Upper East Smithfield
J Phillips, the Blue Posts, Dean street, Soho
T Phillips, Ship and Shovel, Steel yard
M Phillips, Horse and Dolphin, Macclesfield street, Soho
T Phillipson, Old Rose, Westminster Bridge road
James Philpot, victualler, St Swithins lane
William Phipp, wine and brandy merchant, Water lane, Tower street
John Phipp, Castle Inn, Battersea
Susannah Phipps, Coach and Horses, 91 West Smithfield
Susannah Phipps, Plough, Mill hill, Hendon

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