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MAN & MOON NORWICH M index
DUKE STREET St. MARY at COSLANY FULL LICENCE CLOSED before 1867
STEWARD & Co Freehold owned by Finch & Steward as documents dated 1837 to 1851 ( Man in Moon )
Licensees :
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JOHN PARKER
worsted weaver 1760
duffle maker 1763
1760 - 1764
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HENRY KING 1830 - 1839
JOHN NEWMAN
according to Blyth & White
( Man in the Moon )
1842 - 1845
EDWARD BEASLEY
Licensee 1845 according to the Magistrates list.
( Man & Moon )
1845
ROBERT GRAND 1852 - 1854
Fine of £1 and 11s 6d costs on Tuesday 11th October 1853 (Either for allowing drunkenness or for selling out of hours)
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House no. 338 on 1845 Magistrates list

Probably the same as the MAN IN THE MOON
listed by Arderon 1745 - 1760

Given as the MAN IN YE MOON 1760
MAN IN THE MOON 1763, 1830, 1836 & 1854.

A "Free and Easy" was held here on the night of Monday 1st March 1852.
A Mr. Baker apparently assaulted fellow reveller William Fell at the event and was arrested, but the magistrates considered that both complainant and defendant were as bad as each other and the case was dismissed.


The licensee of this house was one of seven who were fined during early October 1853, for allowing drunkenness in their house or for selling at improper hours. The editorial commenting on the enforcement of law thought it would have been better if the clamp-down had commenced with the landlords of houses of a higher class.