London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history

I have been transcribing the Holdens directory for 1809. It is interesting in that it names quite a number of Coffee houses in 1809, when George III must have been on the throne. I have a number of listings for the Holdens directories on 1805, 1808 and 1811 on the pubwiki site, and and these are of little interest to most people because they don’t realise they are there!

I compare with that of the 1811 directory, but I have also noticed that a Coffee house may suddenly be named, but with no street number, whereas the 1811 directory may use the address but not the name of the establishment!

Joseph Abbott, victualler, Craven Arms, 41 Marshall street, Golden square
William Abbott, White hart, Chelsea Ferry
John Abbey, Two Bells, Whitechapel road
Thomas Ackers, Red Lion, Dockhead
William Acton, Rose & Crown, Queen street, Tower hill – at number 18
_ Adams, Gun Tavern, Stafford row, Pimlico
James Adams, wine and brandy dealer, 79 Fore street, Cripplegate – Nottingham Castle
James Adams, victualler, Blue Last, 48 Compton street, Clerkenwell
William Adams, the Lord Ansons Arms [Lord Monsons Arms], 21 Tottenham street, Tottenham court road
J Adkins, Swan, Down street, Piccadilly
J D Adkins, Rose & Crown, 20 Great Warner street
African & Senegal Coffee house, St Michaels alley, Cornhill, John Cole
John Ager, the Green Man, 105 Blackman street, Southwark
S Agland, Star, Wilkes street, Spitalfields
Thomas Ainge, the White Horse, Portpool lane
Aiskell, Child & Co, wine merchants, 9 Rood lane

Ann Alberry, the Swan, 3 George street, Queen Ann street East
Albion Hotel, Jermyn street, Hervey
John Alcock, Masons Arms, Madox street
J Alder, Cock & Lion, Lower East Smithfield
J Alder, wine & spirit merchant, 82 Lower East Smithfield
Thomas Alderidge, Three Compasses, Penton street, Pentonville
Robert Alderton, the Crown, Hatfield place, Westminster road
Aldgate Coffee house, Aldgate, S Freeman
William Aldon, Kings Head, Tooley street, Borough
Edw Aldred, wine vaults, Tothill street, Westminster
Rich Aldred, Horse & Groom, 3 Turnmill street
George Aldridge, White Lion, Tooley street, Borough
John Alford, Kings Arms, Great Ealing
Allan & Smyth, wine merchants, 12 Mark lane
Jos Alldin, wine & brandy merchant, 3 Three Tun court, Miles lane
Allen & Ellis, wine merchants, 87 Great Tower street
James Allen, widow & Ellis, wine & brandy merchants, 87 Great Tower street
John Allen, Brewer, Betts street
John Allen, Spotted Dog, Croydon
William Allen, victualler, Leather lane
William Allen, victualler, Coach & Horses, Stoke Newington
Thomas Allenson, victualler, 21 Noel street, Soho
William Allison, wine merchant, 21 Crutched friars
Allnutt & Harrison, wine & brandy merchants, 50 Mark lane
T Almonds, White Horse, Rupert street, Haymarket
William Ames, Jews Harp tavern, Marylebone fields
J Anderson, victualler, Princess Amelia, 181 Oxford street
John Anderson, the Lamb, Lambs Conduit street
Thomas Anderson, Kings Arms, Great Tower hill

W Anderton, White Horse, Great Saffron hill
Anderton & Wood, wine, brandy & cyder merchants, Saville row, Bond street
Anderton & Wood, wine & brandy merchants, Hill street, Richmond
Anderton & Wood, victuallers, 17 Little Windmill street, Golden square
Andertons Coffee house & hotel, Fleet street, Abra Worley
G Andrew, victualler, Old street
Marg Andrews, Crown Tavern, Stationers court, Ludgate street
Sam Andrews, Kings Arms, 91 Grays inn lane
Angel Inn & Hotel, St Clements, _ Williams
John Angle, wine merchant, 25 Threadneedle street
J Angus, Barley Mow, 7 Dorset street, Portman square
D Anstead, White Horse, 4 North street, Tottenham court road
William Ankers, White Hart Tavern, Bishopsgate without
_ Ansell, victualler, Kingston, Surrey
J Anstead, wine merchant, Old South sea House
Antigallican coffee house, Threadneedle street, Baughan
Edw Appleford, wine & brandy merchant, 61 Blackman street, Borough
Ann Appleton, White Horse, Gilbert street, Clare market
James Aram, wine merchant, Horse Shoe Inn, Borough
John Arbour, Red Horse, Old Bond street
R Armistead, wine & brandy merchant, 8 Salisbury street, Strand
G Armstead, Artichoke, Lambeth marsh
John Armstead, Cock, Back street, Horselydown
Armstrong & Beckett, wine merchants, 3 New court, Broad street
John Armstrong, Green Man Inn, Leytonstone
John Arnaud, wine & brandy merchant, 40 Craven street, Strand
_ Arnold, publican, New road, St Georges East
John Arnold, publican, 8 Swan street – Crown and Anvil
John Arnold, the Angel, Thayer street, Manchester square
M Arnold, victualler, 69 Ratcliff highway
Thomas Arnold, victualler, Birdcage, Stamford hill
Eliz Arrow, Mother Black Cap, Camden town
James Arthur, Carved Lion, South street, Grosvenor square
B Arundell, wine & brandy merchant, 14 Cooper row, Tower hill
Sam Ashmole, Angel Inn, Ilford
Ja Atfield, publican, Elizabeth place, Lambeth
Thomas Atkins, victualler, 9 Down street, Piccadilly
Thomas Atkins, the Gun, Pearpont row, Islington
William Atkins, Queens Head, 93 Marylebone High street
William Atkins, Rising Sun, Lombard street, Chelsea
Atkinson, wine vaults, Stratford, Essex
J Atkinson, Roebuck brewhouse, 222 Kent street
John Atkinson, Black Bull, Whitechapel road
W Atkinson, publican, 617 New road, St Georges East
Auction Mart, Bartholomew lane
J Ault, White Horse, Stafford row, Pimlico
William Austen, wine, spirit & porter merchants, 25 Pudding lane
William Austin, wine, spirit & porter merchants, 25 Pudding lane
William Awberry, wine vaults, 59 Rupert street, Haymarket
Rob Ayling, victualler, City of Quebeck, Oxford street
John Aylett, the Hynd, Bishopsgate street without
Anthony Aylward, wine & brandy merchant, Chandos street, Covent garden
George Ayres, Old Kings Arms, Palmers green