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Holdens directory in 1805 to 1811

Charles Faddy, publican, Great Marylebone street
Christopher Fagan, wine merchant, 10 Northumberland court, Soho
John Fage, Horse & Groom, Three Colt street, Limehouse
Edward Fairbrass, painted Red Lion, Old Paradise row, Islington
John Fairey, Garricks Head, Lower road, Deptford
Thomas Fairfax, victualler, 109 Houndsditch
Richard Fairlam, wine & brandy merchant, 148 Whitechapel
Turnbull Fairweather, the Old Van Trump, 53 Church street, Bethnal green
James Faithfull, City of Salisbury, Salisbury place, Walworth
Thomas Fancy, Kent Arms, Brownlow street, Holborn
William Fanthorn, publican, 23 Great Surrey street, Blackfriars road
John Farey, Kings Head, Church street, Hackney
Terry Farley & Peacock, wine merchants, City of London Tavern, Bishopsgate
Farmer & Wadbrook, wine & brandy merchants, 20 Mile lane, Cannon street
William Farmer, Nags Head, Leather lane
Hannah Farr, the Bell, Leytonstone, Essex
Rich Farral, publican, Starr street, Wapping
Dan Farrell, Bricklayers Arms, Kingsgate street, Holborn
James Farrell, Old Kings Head, Bear street, Leicester square
Rich Farrell, Wheat Sheaf, Tar street, Shadwell
Joseph Farthing, Lamb, White Hart street, Warwick lane
Fassett & Co, Bricklayers Arms Inn, Old Kent road
John Faucher, wine vaults, Market place, Greenwich
Thomas Faulkes, Vine, 25 Minories
Thomas Fawson, wine & brandy merchant, 10 Covent garden
George Fell, White Hart, Queen street, Ratcliff cross
William Fell, publican, 17 White street, Borough
Francis Fendall, New Exchequer Coffee House, Margaret street, Westminster
Thomas Fennah, Wheat Sheaf, Dorset street, Manchester square
Thomas Fether, Guildhall Coffee house, King street, Cheapside
John Ficken, victualler, 1 Ratcliff Highway
_ Fidler, publican, 294 Rotherhithe street
Dan Field, the Falcon, Falcon court, High street, Borough
Edw Field, victualler, 37 Upper East Smithfield
John Field, the General Howard, Royal Hospital row, Chelsea
John Field, Bunch of Grapes, Lower street, Islington
John Field, Old Carved Lion, Old Paradise row, Islington
Mary Field, wine & brandy merchant, 9 Botolph lane
Stephen Field, innholder, Star Inn, Borough
Thomas Field, wine & beer merchant, 22 Henrietta street, Covent garden
Thomas & Henry Field, White Hart Inn, St John street
William Field, Goat, Arabella row, Pimlico
William Field, publican, 30 George street, Blackfriars road
J Field, wine merchant, 5 Manner terrace, Kings road, Chelsea
Robert Filch, publican, New street, Golden square
Ann Filmer, Feathers, King street, Seven dials
Augustin Finch, wine & brandy merchant, Mile end
John Finch, Old George, 31 Great Tower hill
John Finch, Admiral Vernon, Long alley, Moorfields
Matthew Finch, wine & spirit merchant, Back lane, Deptford
Thomas Finch, Angel, King street, Hammersmith
Finch & Williamhurst, wine & brandy merchants, 42 Great Tower street
William Finley, publican, 10 Little Hermitage street, Wapping
Francis Flinlyson, Spanish Galleon, Church street, Greenwich
James Firth, wine merchant, 7 Old Bond street
John Firth, wine & brandy merchant, Clements court, Milk street
John Fish, Blue Posts, Charlotte street, Fitzroy square
F G Fisher, Auction Rooms, 11 Hart street & 41 King street, Covent garden
George Fisher, Green Man, Berwick street, Soho
Jos Fisher, Plough, Stockwell
William Fisher, publican, Little Poultney street
C Fisk, wine merchant, Cannon street road
Thomas Fisk, Crown, Narrow street, Limehouse
Edw Fitch, wine & brandy merchant, 65 Jermyn street
James Fitch, wine & brandy merchant, 144 Sloane street
James Fitch, wine & brandy merchant, 44 King street, Covent garden
John Fitch, Horse & Groom, Hosier lane, Smithfield
Fladongs Hotel, Oxford street, John Morris
Thomas Flambing, publican, 151 Borough High street
P Flannery, Adam & Eve, Bowling street, Westminster
Mary Fleming, Three Compasses, White yard, Rosemary lane
R S & J Flemyng, wine merchants, 20 New City Chambers
Thomas Flesher, wine merchant, 13 Billiter lane
Thomas Flewell, Duke of Graftons Head, Palace row, Tottenham Court New road
J H Flight, Bulls Head Inn, 101 Tottenham Court road
J Floyd, Green man, 213 Tooley street, Southwark
John Folder, Rose Inn, West Smithfield
John Folkeer, Star, Nags Head court, Gracechurch street
Follett, Barton & Co, wine merchants, 34 Great Tower street
John Forbes, Pauls Head, Paul street, Finsbury
George Ford, Five Pipes, Pickle Herring stairs, Southwark
_ Ford, victualler, Goldsmiths street, Gough square
S Fordham, victualler, 72 Aldgate
Thomas Fordham, wine merchant, 19 Cloak lane
John Forman, Dyers Arms, 17 Cannon street
William Forrest, Prince of Wales Hotel, Exeter street, Sloane street
William Forrest, wine vaults, 4 Sloane street, Knightsbridge
James Forster, wine vaults, 83 Upper East smithfield
Thomas Forty, Castle Tavern, Hill street, Richmond
Thomas Foster, Three Tuns Tavern, St Margarets hill, Borough
Thomas Foster, victualler, General Abercrombie, Artillery place, Woolwich
Thomas Fotherby, victualler, Kings street, Cloth fair
Thomas Fourney, wine vaults, 57 High Holborn
Four Swans Inn & Coffee house, Bishopsgate street, R Wright
John Fowler, victualler, 69 Ratcliff highway
Rich Fowler, Berwick Arms, Berner street, Oxford street
William Fowler, the White Bear, St John street
William Fowler, publican, Folly Dock head
Charles Fox, publican, Blue Anchor alley, Bunhill row
Collier Fox, victualler, 198 Wapping street
Fox & Gardner, wine & brandy merchants, 2 Kings Head yard, Borough
Robert & Thomas Fox, wine merchants, Great Queen street, Lincolns inn fields
William Fox, Adams Arms, 11 Conway street, Fitzroy square
M Frail, Swan, Fulham
Thomas Frame, the kings Arms, 106 Bishopsgate within
Henry Frampton, publican, 27 Oakley street, Lambeth
James Francis, the Rodneys Head, Bridge road, Lambeth
Jos Francis, victualler, 28 Upper East Smithfield
William Francis, Edinbufgh Castle Coffee house, 322 Strand
William Frank, Marlborough Head, 24 North Audley street
Jos Franklin, Triumphant Chariot, Pembroke mews, Grosvenor place, Knightsbridge
William Franklin, Rising Sun, Castle street, Long acre
John Franks, wine & brandy merchant, 3 & 4 Brook street, Grosvenor square
Sam Freame, Carpenters Arms, Berry street, Goswell street
John Freeman, Ship in Distress, Wardour street, Soho
Margaret Freeman, White Hart, Giltspur street, Smithfield
S Freeman, Aldgate Coffee house, Aldgate
Sam Freeman, Saracens Head Tavern, Coffee house, Inn &c, Aldgate
Thomas Freeman, Swan, Knightsbridge
Thomas Freeman, publican, Little Pultney street
Freemasons Tavern, Great Queen street, Sutton & Co
William Freer, Crown, Surrey side of Westminster bridge
Francis Freind, wine & brandy merchants, 56 Wentworth street, Spitalfields, Whitechapel
John French, the Bulls Head, Peter street, Saffron hill
John French, Masons Arms, Edgeware
Martin French, wine merchant, 56 George street, Portman square
Mrs French, the Blue Posts, Cowcross street
William French, the Admiral Keppel, Hoxton
James Frewin, Kings Arms, Queenhithe
Charles & Rich Frisby, wine merchants, 62 Mark lane
Thomas Frith, Duke of Gloucesters Head, 118 Park street, Grosvenor square
Benj Frost, Cock Inn, Bowes Farm
James Frost, Sun Tavern, High street, Stepney
Joseph Frost, White Hart Inn, Woodford, Essex
Rich Frost, Dog & Duck, Greenland dock
Thomas Frost, Adam & Eve, 145 Church street, Bethnal green
William Frost, publican, Albion street, Rotherhithe
Thomas Froud, the George, 8 East Harding street, Gough square
William Fry, Two Brewers, Church street, Greenwich
William Fryatt, Three Compasses, Hornsey
Edw Fryer, Valiant Trooper, Goodge street, Tottenham Court road
John Fryer, victualler, 34 Worship street, Shoreditch
Henry Fulcher, wine & brandy merchant, 114 Bishopsgate
John Fuller, the Monument, Little Eastcheap
William Furlanger, Three Compasses, High Holborn
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