||1842 - 1845
according to Magistrates 1845
| 1845 - 1846
age 40 in 1851
|1850 - 1856
taken 27th August 1865 against licensee John Mayes for being open out of hours.
Also given as STEAM PACKET.
Located at Finklegate next to Norgates Court.
Seems to be the STEAM PACKET as given at King Street by Hunt in 1850 and by Melville in
At the Annual Licensing Meeting 28th August 1866 it was
heard that John Mayes had previously been convicted of keeping his house
open during prohibited hours on a Sunday, but had also been summoned for
threatening the life of a man called Tyzack, who he believed had informed
Mayes presented a memorial in favour of his licence being renewed, signed by
some of the parishioners; but being so drawn up so as to reflect upon the
decision of the Bench, asserting that Mayes had been informed against by a
person unknown, for some cause unknown, the licence of the house was at once