"...The White Hart may have been the inn by this name which once existed (? at this period) in Hare St. (Info. from C.H. Turner.)" L&M, iii.150.n.2. http://www.pepysdiary.com/diary/1662/07/30/
31 Jul 2005, 3:05 a.m. - Cumgranissalis
This be my guess, it [the pub ] be in Woolwich, not London city thereto.
31 Jul 2005, 3:07 a.m. - Cumgranissalis
Hare street of the London 1746 http://www.motco.com/map/81002/SeriesSearchPlatesFulla.asp?mode=query&title=Hare+Street&artist=384&other=275&x=11&y=11
1 Aug 2005, 1:20 a.m. - Terry Foreman
"Inns and Taverns of Old London" by Henry C. Shelley has it among the Famous Southwark Inns: base of operations for Jack Cade's insurrection,
celebrated by Shakespeare in Henry VI, Part II: "Hath my sword therefore broke through London gates, that you should leave me at the White Hart in Southwark?"..."
At the same unimproved White Hart, "In the Borough," for atmospherics, "[E]arly on the morning succeeding the events narrated in the last chapter....[we find] Sam Weller, making his first appearance" in Charles Dickens' "The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club"..."In 1889, in the month of July, four hundred and thirty-nine years after it had received Jack Cade under its roof, the last timbers of the old inn were levelled to the ground." http://www.building-history.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Primary/Inns/Inns1.htm
Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.