The title says it all, the Tobits Dog. What a wonderful name for a public house.
It exists in St Pauls churchyard prior to about 1838. There is no census detail as it is too early. It does show up in the 1832 street directory of London but obviously not showing in 1842.
I appears to be a well known point for stage coaches in its early days, and also mentioned as a coaching office in 1810.
The earlier that research of a London pub gets, the harder it gets. Does anyone have more to add to this?