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RAMPANT HORSE STREET St STEPHEN FULL LICENCE CLOSED
STEWARD & Co    Leasehold owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co
Licensees :
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THOMAS SAPEY
age 48 in 1851
1836 - 1859
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At a meeting of the Corporation held Friday 9th April 1847 it was ordered that the Wine Licence of Mr. Sapey be transferred to Mr. Henry Whaites at the Castle Hill. ( House yet to be identified. 6 possible locations. )

At the Annual Licensing Session held Tuesday 28th August 1855 the business was referenced as SAPEY'S COFFEE HOUSE.
It was heard that the house was one of the best conducted in the city. inspector Steward had often seen gentlemen go in, have a glass of ale and then leave. He had never seen any disturbance or quarrelling there. There was however, no denying that prostitutes used the house.
The licence was renewed.