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.

Ann Pickett, White Hart, Mile End
Pickwood and Son, wine merchants, 19 Cloak lane, Cheapside
Jane Piddock, the George, Charles street, Westminster
John Piercy, Shakespeares Head, Shakespeares walk, Shadwell
_ Piercy, One Tun, Orchard street, Westminster
Mary Pigg, wine and spirit merchant, 73 Wapping wall
Joseph Pignold, the Crown, 12 Upper Lant street, Borough
John Pike, the Prince of Wales, Brixton causeway
John Pilch, Bull and Anchor, 92 High Holborn
_ Pilkington, Half Moon, Portpool lane
John Pillor, the Jolly Sailor, 15 Shadwell dock
D Pilsbury, the Carved Lion, South street, Grosvenor square
William Pinching, Plough tavern, Blackwall
Samuel Pinder, Ram Inn, Battersea
Sarah Piper, Bull Inn, Leadenhall street
Thomas Piper, the Kings Arms, Arundel street, Strand
George Pitchard, Bee Hive, Flaggon row, Deptford
William Pitt, Royal Hospital Inn, Royal Hospital row, Chelsea
George Pitt, Bird in Hand, Assembly House, Stratford, Essex
William Pitt, Coach and Horses, St Martins lane
_ Pix, Nags Head, 96 Swallow street, Oxford street
Matthew Place, wine and brandy merchant, 60 Castle street, Oxford market
Thomas Plaskett and Son, wine merchants, 16 Clifford street, Bond street
William Plasketts, wine and brandy merchant, 206 Upper Thames street
John Plastow, Barley Mow, Turnham green
J Platt, the Gate and Hatchet, Whitehall
John Platts, the Axe and Gate, Downing street, Westminster
Daniel Playle, Queens Head, Hounslow
C Plowman, the Old Ship and Blue Coat Boy, Walworth
James Plowman, the Flying Horse, Cross street, Newington
John Plowman, Coach and Horses, James street, Kensington
S Plum, George and Vulture, Lower Shadwell
Francis Plumb, Red Lion, Eagle street, Red Lion square
James Plumb, Hop Poles, Hammersmith
John Plummer, Bull and Ram, 114 Old street
Charles Plummer, the Plough, Merton, Surrey
William Points, White Bear, Fore street, Lambeth
Thomas Pollard, French Horn, Beech street, Barbican
Jonathan Pollard, Mother Red Cap, Greenland place, Camden town
Pool and Wilcocks, wine merchants, 14 South Molton street
John Pope, the Buch Inn, Wanstead
Thomas Pope, the Swan, Long alley, Moorfields
_ Pope, the Golden Anchor, 105 Leadenhall street
Sarah Pope, the Black Horse, Victualling office square, Tower hill
Walter Pope, the Bulls Head, 23 Walbrook
John Pope, the Three Compasses, Tottenham Court road
Henry Pope, the Castle, Kent road
Richard Porter, the Blue Coat Boy, City road, Islington

John Porter, the White hart, Kingsland road
Thomas Porter, the Green Man, Wells walk, Hampstead
William Porter, Horse and Groom, 301 Oxford street
Henry Porter, the Goat, Ponders end
Thomas Porter, the Woolpack, Parish street, Southwark
Richard Portman, the Sun Inn, Kingston
William Pott, the Six Cans and Punch Bowl, 241 High Holborn
William Potter, Brewers Arms, Symons wharf, Borough
E Potter, the Lemon Tree, Haymarket
Richard Potter, the Kings Arms, Sloane square, Chelsea
_ Potter, the Black Boy and Still, New Brentford
_ Potter, the Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge street, Golden square
William Potts, spirit merchant, 76 Golden lane
William Potts, wine vaults, 69 Queen street, Southwark
R Potts, the Crown, Dukes court, St Martins lane
Daniel Poulter, victualler, West square, St Georges fields
T Poulter, Bird in Hand, Bow, Middlesex
Samuel Pounsett, Kings Arms Tavern and Coffee house, Kensington
Thomas Powell, merchant, Toms Coffee house, Cornhill
James Powell, wine merchant, 89 Chancery lane and 10 Millman street, Bedford row
John Powell, wine merchant, 5 Charterhouse square
_ Powell, spirit merchant, 69 Tooley street
Thomas Powell, spirit merchant, 24 Whitecross street
William Powell, victualler, 81 Wood street, Cheapside
Richard Powell, Duke of Clarence, Harrow
Joseph Powell, Blue Anchor, Mile End
John Powell, Anchor tap house, Park street, Borough
Samuel Powell, Marquis of Granby, Old Brentford
J Powell, Telegraph, Buckingham court, Charing Cross
John and Peter Power, wine merchants, 14 Lime street
Patrick Power, wine merchant, 17 Crutchedfriars
_ Powers, the Portland Arms, 2 Long lane, Smithfield
James Pratley, wine vaults, Long lane, Southwark
George Pratt, wine merchant, 27 Cursitor street, Chancery lane
Walter Prendergast, victualler, 1 Church passage, Piccadilly
William Prentis, the Feathers, Castle street, Bethnal green
Pressey and Barclay, wine merchants and oilmen, 34 and 35 Henrietta street, Covent garden
_ Prestidge, Kings Arms, Mitcham
Charles Preston, Three Crowns, Grosvenor row, Chelsea
G Preston, the Eight Bells, Church street, Hackney
Dutton Price, wine merchants, 69 Strand
John Dutton Price, New Exchange Coffee house, 69 Strand
John Price, Coach and Horses, 29 High Holborn
Catherine Price, the Crooked Billet, Hoxton
James Price, Friend at Hand, 1 Elizabeth street, Chelsea
George Price, the Mail Coach, 60 Fleet market
_ Price the Fox and Hounds, Plumstead, Kent
P Price, victualler, 121 Golden Anchor, Swallow street, Piccadilly
Edward Price, inn keeper, Mortlake, Surrey
Thomas Price, the Prince and Princess, Gravel lane, Southwark
Jane Price, Black Horse, Barbican
Joseph Price, Kings Arms, Kingsland green
Mary Price, Queens Head, Churchend, Finchley
Charles Price, the Kings Head, Gravel lane, Southwark
John Price, victualler, White Horse yard, Drury lane
William Prickard, wine merchant, 110 Lower Thames street
H W Prime and Elizabeth Baldwin, inn keepers, Bromley road
John Prince the George, George court, Adelphi
Thomas Prince, the Boot, Grub street, Chiswell street
Thomas Pringle, victualler, 55 Wapping – Ship and Punch Bowl
William Pritchard, the George and Dragon, Enfield
Joseph Pritchard, Dun Cow, Kensington gore
John Procter, wine and brandy merchant, 241 Piccadilly
Joseph Prosser, Red Lion, 72 High Holborn
John Prosser, the White Horse, East Ham, Essex
_ Prosser, Coopers Arms, Rose street, Covent garden
John Proughton, the Kings Head, Southend, Hornsey
Edward Pryer, White Hart, College street, Lambeth
G Puffer, wine merchant, 34 Sloane street, Knightsbridge
Richard Pugh, wine merchant, Bakers Coffee house, Change alley
Thomas Pugh, Coach and Horses, Little Chapel street, Westminster
Henry Pulsford, Gloucester Coffee house, Piccadilly
John Punchead. the Bulls Head, Princes street, Westminster
David Purkiss, Green Man, Coal Harbour lane, Camberwell
William Purssard, Horse and Groom, Hackney
Pycroft and Fenn, wine merchants, Commercial chambers, Minories
William Pyne, the Kings Arms, Blackman street

Thomas Quantrill, White Hart, Tottenham
William Quarterman, the Nelsons Head, Kent road
_ Quash, the Wheatsheaf, Upper Marylebone street
J Quelch, victualler, Vauxhall
M A Quin, the Recruiting Serjeant, Royal Hospital row, Chelsea
Peter Quin, the Hoop and Toy, Old Brompton

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