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61 BRIDGE STREET St. GEORGE COLEGATE FULL LICENCE CLOSED 11.02.1915
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 ( 1867 - 1925 )
YOUNGS & Co  
EUSTACE CUTHBERT QUILTER Trading as Bidwell & Co, Thetford - c1905
Licensees :
THOMAS STIGLES 1806 - 1807
T. COOPER 1822
ANN COOPER 1836
SAMUEL SAMUELLS
according to Pigot
1839
ISAAC WILSEA
age 69 in 1851
( See opposite )
1842 - 1854
JOHN MILLS 1856
DAVID POLL * 1858 - 1861
C. MOORE 1864
D. MINNS 1865
JOHN YOUNGS by 1867
SAMUEL CISTERN 15.10.1867
EDWARD KNIGHTS 28.03.1868
JOHN CLARKE 13.10.1868
GEORGE WILSON 28.09.1869
BENJAMIN BATES 28.06.1871
EDWARD CLARKE DOBSON 30.08.1871
WILLIAM BARNES 25.06.1872
Convicted 11.12.1872 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine £1 plus 7/- costs.
GEORGE ENGALL 02.10.1873
MARY ANN WALLER 15.02.1878
CHARLES GEORGE CHITTOCK 07.12.1878
ELIZABETH SELINA CHITTOCK 29.03.1881
OCTAVIUS WINSLOW CHANDLER 10.10.1885
Convicted 30.01.1889 of allowing consumption out of hours.
Fine 10/- plus 8/- costs.
SAMUEL CHATTEN 07.01.1890
WALTER WHALL 11.05.1897
AUSTIN WILLIAM GAYTON 12.11.1901
ALFRED JOHN DICKERSON 12.05.1903
GEORGE GOLDER 14.06.1904
ALFRED CHARLES BOSWELL 29.11.1904
ARTHUR SOUTHWELL BIDWELL 08.10.1907
JAMES WOOD PRENTICE 26.11.1907
ARTHUR PARKINSON 11.05.1909
JAMES CLARKE WILSON 12.10.1909
PERCY REGINALD SALISBURY 1914
ARTHUR SOUTHWELL BIDWELL 05.05.1914

Named the CORN EXCHANGE TAVERN in 1851.
The EXCHANGE 1853 & 1856.
The EXCHANGE TAVERN 1872.
Given as the NEW CORN EXCHANGE in  1839,1842 & 1872.

House said to be empty at the time of the licensing sessions held Monday 26th August 1867 and the licence was granted to the brewer ( Youngs & Co. )

Address as 21 St. Georges after 1900.

`Stood on the East side of St. Georges, opposite the TWO QUARTS.'
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Spirit licence lost **7th September 1847 owing to disorderly manner in which the house had been conducted. One of the magistrates, Mr. Willett, said that he had made up his mind that he would sign no licence to a house that had been proved to be a common brothel. The 10 magistrates agreed that the decision to withdraw the licence would stand.
Isaac Wilsea was not replaced and  continued to trade, he is listed here in 1850, albeit as a beer retailer.
Date that full licence restored yet to be determined.

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Licence provisionally refused 13.02.1914 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 11.02.1915.

House no. 396 on 1845 Magistrates list

** One sessions report gives the date of sitting as Tuesday 7th September, but a second report gives Wednesday 8th September 1847.