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Holdens directory in 1811 listing publicans, victuallers etc - U & V.

Holdens directory in 1805 to 1811

Ann Underwood, Mortimers Arms, 174 Tottenham Court road
S Underwood, Gun, Shoreditch
George Upton, Red Lion, Little Grosvenor street
Thomas Upwood, Dolphin Inn, Romford, Essex

Thomas Vallance, Beehive Tavern, 4 Nightingale lane, East Smithfield
William Vandy, Britannia tavern, Church street, Hackney
Robert Vardill, the Bear and Ragged Staff, Upper Ground street, Surrey side, Blackfriars bridge
Varnell and Humphrie, wine vaults, 33 Vere street, Clare market
Samuel Vaughan, wine vaults, 197 Shoreditch
James Veal, Dolphin, 51 High Holborn
Henry Venn, Newington Arms Inn, King street
Thomas Vennell, wine vaults, 81 Long acre
_ Vennell, the George, Drury lane
George Verney, publican, 4 Downing street
Edward Vickress, wine vaults, 24 Frith street, Soho
Victualling Office, Somerset House, Strand
Edward Viles, Bull and Mouth tap, Bull and Mouth street
_ Vinall, Tobits Dog, 1 St Pauls Church yard
Henry Vincent, Two Brewers, Strutton ground, Westminster
John Vincent, Bedford chop house, Hand court, Holborn
Virginia Coffee house, Cornhill, Richard Stroud
James Vose, Coach and Horses, Plaistow, Essex

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