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Cutlers Arms

Picture source: Timothy Keane


The Cutlers Arms was situated at 6 Cutler Street. During the Houndsditch Murders on the night of 16 December 1910 (which preceded the Siege of Sidney Street on 2 January 1911), this pub was commandeered by Detective Superintendent John Ottaway of the City of London police to interview witnesses of the event. This pub was present by 1839 and closed in the 1950s. It has now been demolished.

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