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SALVAGE BOAT GORLESTON Index
28 BAKER STREET
PIER PLAIN
St ANDREWS WARD FULL LICENCE See CROWN & ANCHOR
Gt. YARMOUTH REGISTERS Y/CJ/31 & Y/CJ/32 (1903 to 1953)
BELLS From 03.01.1826 when conveyed to Bells Brewer or Ancestors.
STEWARD & PATTESON From 1866 (As Salvage Boat)
Licensees :
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ROBERT LEGGETT 1830 - * 1835
WILLIAM MILLS
Age 72 in 1851
1839 - 1854
SAMUEL DENTON
Age 33 in 1861
1856 - 1865
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Named as the SALVAGE BOAT by 1830.

Described 1835 as a Beer Shop.

Conveyed 09.06.1866 by John Penrice Bell, Frederick Brown and Frederick John Turner to 
Henry Staniforth Patteson and Donald Steward. 
Then identified as the Salvage Boat, formerly the Crown & Anchor.
Completion dated 28.06.1866

The CROWN & ANCHOR again by 1868.
     
  SUNDAY TRADING
On Monday 8th December 1856, Samuel Denton, general shopkeeper and landlord of the Salvage Boat, was charged with selling small articles of consumption, on the afternoon of the previous Sunday.
Denton admitted the charge, but said he saw no wrong in serving a customer with Scotch butter or half-an-ounce of tobacco, when he was allowed to sell beer.
The Mayor remarked that selling various articles under the shelter of his licence to sell alcoholic drinks, was unfair to other tradesmen.
Denton promised not to offend again and was discharged upon paying court fees.
This was the first such case in Gorleston and the first case in Yarmouth had come to the same conclusion.
The magistrates had doubts about the decision and the Mayor wished it to be known that fines would be imposed on any future cases.