|1760 - 1764
( also Charles Story - coal seller at the Drum )
||1836 - 1868
||1888 - 1890
|A. H. BRIGHTWELL
|W. F. PAGE
|JOSHUA GEORGE PARKE
( from 08.05.1900 in Licence register )
19.10.1928 of selling out of hours.
Fine £1 or 13 days detention.
23.12.1932 of selling out of hours.
Fine £5 or 1 months detention.
Edmund Holmes gave evidence against James Burke ` an ill-looking fellow and
notorious character ' who was accused of attempting to stab, and having
assaulted, a police constable. The trial took place on Monday May 16th 1853
and the accused admitted the assault but thought that he had paid for his
crime by being `knocked down like a bullock' by the staff of the policeman.
The Mayor issued a fine of £5, including costs, in default he would suffer
jail for one month's hard labour. ( A most inadequate punishment for such a
ruffian). After he was removed from court he swore he would murder the
Full licence refused 1867, business continued as a beerhouse.
Licence surrendered 16.06.1936.
Licence of this house and the SHUTTLES
removed to the
sold August 1938.