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11 St AUGUSTINES STREET St. AUGUSTINES BEERHOUSE
FULL LICENCE by 1854
CLOSED 20.06.1910
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 ( 1867 - 1925 )
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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WILLIAM PARKER * 1850 - 1854
HENRY ATKINS
& tailor
Age 40 in 1861
1856 - 1864
CHARLES BARNES 1865
Charged 09.08.1866 of being open out of hours.
No record of any penalty.
WILLIAM HENRY CARTER
See opposite.
24.06. 1867
Fine of 10s on Tuesday 10th September 1867 for refusing to admit a constable. See opposite.
JAMES CHRISTOPHER SMITH 03.10.1867
JAMES SADLER 24.06.1879
ANN SADLER 15.06.1886
ROBERT WEEDS 07.03.1888
JOHN LEE WINTER 10.10.1901
CLARE MIDDLETON 29.07.1902
HENRY BROWN 06.04.1903
HADDERREZER BENJAMIN GOFF 01.12.1903
BENJAMIN PARSONS 30.08.1904
KATE WILCH 09.02.1905
ROBERT NASH 23.07.1907
CHARLES RICHARD HUBBARD 06.04.1908
FREDERICK COSSEY 03.10.1908



At the Licensing Sessions held 31st August 1852 the application for a full licence was undecided by the magistrates. Location given as opposite St. Augustine's Church.

For Sale by Auction Monday 2nd October 1854.
Containing on the ground floor, an excellent Shop, large Parlour, Keeping-room, Kitchen, Entrance Hall, excellent Yard, with built Store Cellar, Water Closet and Wash-house with entrance to the Rose Yard.
Five Sleeping rooms on the first floor with good Staircase and Landing.
In occupation of Mr. William Parker, proprietor, who will give immediate possession.

On Thursday 28th February 1867, publican and music hall proprietor William Henry Carter was declared bankrupt with assets of £3 5s 7d and total debts of £129 4s 7d.
Unfortunately the name of the house he was then running was not recorded.


At 2:10am on Tuesday 10th September 1867, Police-constable Broadwater was passing the house and heard noises. He heard a man say "I'll lay you half a sovereign mine is better than yours," but did not recognise the voice. He knocked at the door and after some tome Mrs. Carter came to an upstairs window and said that her husband was drunk and asleep at the bar and she could not wake him. Some ten minutes later a servant girl came to the window and said her mistress could not wake the master. The door was not opened so he waited to after 3:00am, marked the door and continued on his beat. He later returned to the house accompanied by Sergeant Melbourne and found that one of his markers had fallen down, indicating that somebody had left the house.
On Tuesday 10th September the magistrates found the case proved and fined Mr. Carter 10s and costs.

Licence provisionally refused 09.02.1909 and referred to Compensation.

Closed under Compensation 20.06.1910