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    Johnstones London commercial guide in 1818 - Berners street, Oxford street

    Johnstones 1818 directory index

    This is the 1818 Johnstones London commercial guide which also includes a little pub history detail.

    Berners street, Oxford street
    Length 374 yards. No. of Houses 72.
    Bushnell and Co. Coachmakers
    * Wood, John, Boot and shoe maker
    2 Sharp, Charles, Upholder and undertaker
    6 Marsh, Sir Jas. Sibbald & Co. Bankers
    7 Fountleroy, John, Solicitor
    9 Thynne, T. A. M. D.
    10 Earle, Henry, Surgeon and accoucheur
    13 Ives, Rice, Wine and brandy merchant
    16 Derbishire, P. Surgeon and accoucheur
    19 Gooch, Robert, M. D.
    29 Otto, Frederick, Tailor and draper
    32 Nias, Ben. Carpet and upholstery warehouse
    36 Biddle, Richard, Gracer and tea dealer
    37 Parker, Thomas, Goldsmith and jeweller
    38. Cope, Chas. John, Chronometer maker
    40 Glover, Thomas, Tailor and habit maker
    4l Cusack, Chas. Jas. Surgeon and dentist
    47 Nelson, Thomas, M. D.
    48 Dufour, William, Surgeon and accoucheur
    51 West, Middlesex, Water works office
    55 Hardwick, Thomas, Architect and surveyor
    59 Porden, William, Architect and surveyor
    60 Best, Cha. Fran. Upholder and undertaker
    * Shaw, Henry, Surgeon and accoucheur
    61 Foley, John, M. D.
    63 Bertin, Stephen, Surgeon and accoucheur
    65 Allen, David, Solicitor
    66 Welstead and Arnold, Solicitors
    67 De la Main, Henry, Wine merchant
    68 Clough, Henry, Gore, M. D.
    71 Tratt, Joseph, Plumber and glazier
    72 Holtzer and Son, Boot and shoemakers

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