26 NOTES AND QUERIES. [12S. X. TAX. 14, 1922. PRINCIPAL LONDON COFFEE-HOUSES, TAVERNS, AND INNS IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. (See 12 S. vii. 485 ; ix. 85, 105, 143, 186, 226, 286, 306, 385, 426, 504, 525.) (An asterisk denotes that the house still exists as a tavern, inn or public -house in many cases rebuilt.) Sutler's Swan Swan . . Swan Swan . * Swan (White Swan) Swan Swan Swan Swan Swan
- Swan ..^
Swan Swan Swan . , ' Swan Swan Swan and Hoop Xew Street, Fetter Lane Whitechapel Whitecross Street Borough . ,. Norton Folgate, east side Holborn Bridge, opposite Fleet Market Long Lane, near Aldersgate Street Arundel Street, Strand Strand, near St. Martin's Lane Ludgate Street Shoreditch Bays water Knightsbridge (now 4 Sloane Street) . . Kennington Stockwell Lambeth Fulham Battersea Cornhill . Swan with Two Necks Opposite Hick's Hall, St. John's Street, Clerkenwell
- Swan and Two Necks Whetstone. N.20
1753 Levander, A.Q.C., vol. xxx., 1916. 1757 Daily Advertiser, May G. " To be sold, a very good single horse chaise made new last July and very little used. To' be seen at Mr. Grumry's, the Swan Inn, Whitechapel." 1763 Hale, A.Q.C., vol. xx., 1907. 1780 Public Advertiser, Sept. 14. 1708 'A New View of London,' i. 81. 1677 Ogilvy and Morgan's ' London Sur- vey' d.' 1708 'A New View of London,' i. 80. 1732 ' Parish Clerks' Remarks of London,, p. 382. 1734 T. Shaw to Sir Hans Sloane, Nov. 29. Brit. Mus. 1745 Bocque's ' Survey/ 1708 'A New View of London,' i. 80. Larwood, p. 213. 1708 ' A New View of London,' i. 80. . 1723 Lane's ' Handy Book,' p. 169. Parker's ' Variegated Characters/ 1749 Heiron's ' Ancient Freemasonry,' 1921. 1793 London Museum : drawing by P. Sandy (A6904). and 5, Old house pulled down, 1788, Larwood, p. 215. London Museum : sketch by J. T. Wilson, (A22049). London Museum : sketch by J. T. Wilson (A22050). Larwood, p. 213. 1740 Thornbury, vi. 523. .. Larwood, p. 213. . . 1720 Daily Post, Oct. 7. 1733 Daily Post, Aug. 6. "... Whereas sundry goods have been fraudu- lently'taken out of the East India Company's Warehouses to the great prejudice of the right owners, in order to prevent the like practice for the future you are desired to meet at the Swan and Hoop Tavern in Cornhill on Wednesday the 8th inst. at 11 in the forenoon." 1708 ' A New View of London,' i. 81. 1732 ' Parish Clerks' Remarks of London,' p. 389. 1745 Bocque's ' Survey,' 1725 Mist's Weekly Journal, Dec. 25. " A fire broke out some days ago at the Swan and Two Necks at Whetstone through the careless- ness of a servant, but after burning the upper part of the house in which it began, it was happily extinguished."