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.

Edw Underhill, Crown, 59 Wapping wall
Joseph Underwood, Hackney man, 20 Gresse street, Rathbone place ??
J Underwood, Mortimer Arms Terrace, Tottenham Court road
William Underwood, Three Compasses, Lambeth marsh
Curtis Unthank, wine vaults, King street, Westminster
William Upchurch, the George, Lombard street, Mint, Borough
T Upwood, Dolphin Inn, Romford
Urquart and Robinson, wine merchants, 6 Robert street, Adelphi
John Urquhart, Black Lion, Middlesex street, Whitechapel

J Vale, wine and brandy merchant, 268 Oxford street – White Swan
Thomas Vallance, victualler, 124 Wapping – Black Boy
William Vandy, Fox, peacock, 12 Grays Inn lane
B Varley, York Hotel, Bridge street, Blackfriars
Mary Vasey, Bull and Mouth Inn and tavern, Bull and Mouth street
Jno Vass, victualler, Temple street, Fleet street
Vaston and Cottrill, wine, brandy and drug merchants, 24 Bread street hill
John Vaughan, Red Lion, Lower mall, Hammersmith
_ Vaughan, Temple Coffee house, Devereux court, Strand
James Veal, the Dolphin, 51 High Holborn
Lawrence Veasey, Little Red Lion, Hounslow
Isaac Venes, Half Moon, Clipstone street, Marylebone
_ Vennell, Red Lion, New Brentford
Charles Venter, the Rose and Crown, Cambridge heath, Hackney
Richard veres, wine merchant, 1 York street, Westminster
William Vice, the Monster, St Georges row, Chelsea
Thomas Vickress, wine and brandy merchant, 46 Aldersgate street – Grapes
Edw Vigers, the Greyhound, Kennington Common
Edw Viles, Bull and Mouth Tap, Bull and Mouth street
Jos Vincent, the Old George, Holles place, Chelsea
Henry Vincent, the Feathers, Millbank, Westminster
Richard Vining, victualler, Church street, Mile End New town
Jos Vose, the Coach and Horses, Plaistow, Essex

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