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37 NORTH QUAY
ROW 28
ST NICHOLAS WARD BEERHOUSE  See FALCON
LACON & Co  
Licensees :
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GEORGE MANSHIP * 1856
Mrs RUTH MANSHIP
Age 47 in 1871
1858 - 1894
Fined 40s and costs Monday 22nd February 1858 for having her beerhouse open for the sale of beer in the morning of the previous day. (This was described as a gross case)
Saturday 31st October 1860 - Fine of 40s for selling out of hours.
Fine of £2 5s on 7th October 1861 for selling out of hours - see opposite.
Charged December 1863 of having house open and persons drinking within at illegal hours.
Outcome to be determined


On Monday 21st November 1859, Mr. King of the HALF MOON, was fined 5s for allowing Mrs. Manship to keep drunken and disorderly persons in the house at `unseasonable hours' in the HALF MOON TAP.

51 North Quay in 1871
36 North Quay in 1886
37 North Quay in 1869 & 1894

Mrs Ruth Manship was described in January 1860 as a bold looking woman, of middle age, who had frequently figured before the (magistrates) court.


Ruth Manship was found guilty, Monday 7th October 1861 of having persons drinking in her house on the previous morning, at illegal hours. Having been previously convicted of the same offence she was fined £2 5s, including costs, or 7 days' imprisonment in default. She paid the fine.

Became the FALCON by 1896