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SOURCE: Boyle's View of London, and its Environs; 1799

Those marked thus (†) are not Livery Companies--those marked thus (*) have no Halls.

Apothecaries, Water l. Blackfriars
Armourers and Braziers, Coleman street
Bakers, Harp lane, Lower Thames street
Bakers, Monkwell street
Blacksmiths, Cloak lane, Dowgate
*Bowyers, London tavern
Brewers, Addle street
Butchers, Pudding lane
*†Carmans, Guildhall
Carpenters, London wall
*Clock makers, Paul's head, Cateaton st.
Cloath workers, Mincing lane
Coach makers, Foster lane
*†Comb makers, Paul's head tavern
Coopers, Basinghall street
Cordwainers, Distaff lane
Curriers, London wall
Cutlers, Cloak lane
*Distillers, Drapers hall
Drapers, Throgmorton street
Dyers, Dowgate lane
Embroiderers, Gutter lane
*†Fan makers, London tavern
*Farriers, George and Vulture, Cornhill
Fellowship porters, St. Mary hill
*Felt makers, Pewterers hall, Lime street
Fishmongers, Upper Thames street
*Fletchers, George and Vulture, Cornhill
Founders, Lothbury
*Frame work knitters, King's head, Poult.
*Fruiterers, Ship, Water lane, Thames st.
Girdlers, Basinghall street
*Glass sellers, Antwerp tavern
*Glaziers, New London tavern
*Glovers, George and Vulture, Cornhill
Goldsmiths, Foster lane
*†Gold and Silver Wire drawers, New London tavern
Grocers, Poultry
*Gun makers, Guildhall
Haberdashers, Maiden lane, Wood street
*Hatband makers, Cutlers hall, Cloak l.
Innholders, Elbow lane
Joiners, Upper Thames street
Ironmongers, Fenchurch street
Leathersellers, Little St. Helen's
†*Long bow string makers, George and Vulture, Cornhill
*Loriners, Nag's head, Leadenhall street
Masons, Masons court, Basinghall street
Mercers, Cheapside
Merchant taylors, Threadneedle street
*Musicians, George and Vulture, Cornhill
*Needle makers, Cutlers hall
Painter stainers, Little Trinity lane
Parish clarks, Silver street, Wood street
*Patten makers, Guildhall
†*Paviors, ditto
Pewterers, Lime street
Plaisterers, Addle street
Plumbers, Chequer yard, Dowgate hill
*Poulterers, New London tavern
Sadlers, Cheapside
Salters, Swithin's lane, Cannon street
*Scriveners, George and Vulture, Cornhill
†Scots, Bridge street, Blackfriars
*Shipwrights, Guildhall
Skinners, Dowgate hill
†*Spectacle makers, Paul's head tavern
Stationers, Ludgate hill
Surgeons, Lincoln's inn fields
Tallow chandlers, Dowgate hill
*Tin plate workers, Guildhall
*Tobacco pipe makers, Curriers hall
Turners, College hill
†*Tylers and Bricklayers, New London tav.
Vintners, Upper Thames street
Upholders, King's head court
Watermans, St. Mary at hill
Wax chandlers, Gutter lane
Weavers, Basinghall street
†*Wheelwrights, Guildhall

SOURCE: Boyle's View of London, and its Environs; 1799. London, Printed and Sold by P. BOYLE, At his Court and City Guide Printing Office, Norris Street, Haymarket, and may be had of Richardson, under the Royal Exchange; Lee & Hurst, Paternoster Row, and all the principle Booksellers in the Kingdom.

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