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8 BRIGG STREET
RAMPANT HORSE STREET
St. STEPHEN FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1895
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 (1867 - 1925)
SEAMAN & Co as given 1867
GRIMMER & Co 1872
Licensees :
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CHARLES ADCOCK
worsted weaver
1760 - 1764
MATTHEW SMITH 1830
CHARLES BETTS 1836 - 1845
THOMAS THIRKETTLE 1846 - 1850
ALFRED GREEN (40) 1851
WILLIAM SALTER 1854 - 1859
ROBERT ELLIS 1861 - 1864
MERRICK G. ROUSE by 11.1864 - 1865
JOHN PRENTICE by 1867
Charged 19th September 1867 of allowing gambling, in the form of cards, to be played in his house at two o'clock in the morning of Wednesday 18th September 1867. Since it was a private party, the Bench thought leniency was due and a fine of 1s and costs was imposed.,
CHARLES WADE 01.06.1869
JOHN PRENTICE junior 17.12.1869
LETITIA STONE 15.08.1871
ROBERT ELLIOTT 16.04.1872
SAMUEL YOUNGS 17.04.1873
HENRY ARTHUR BERRIMAN 29.10.1875
SAMUEL CLARKE 27.06.1876
STEPHEN HUNT 23.06.1884
ALFRED WILLIAM PAVELEY 22.11.1887
CHARLES COOKE 29.03.1892
BENJAMIN SEAMAN 09.1892
HERBERT LEWIS 25.06.1895


Address 7 Briggs Street in 1839.


Address as Rampant Horse Street in 1865, 1868 & 1869.
Stood at the corner of Brigg Street and Rampant Horse Street.

14th July 1855 - Mitre Tavern & Chop House - William Salter advised his numerous City and Country Friends that he had recently added the adjoining House next Rampant Horse Street to the Establishment and could offer increased accommodation. He offered Private Sitting Rooms and well aired Beds, London Papers daily, strictly Moderate Charges and Chops and Steaks on the shortest notice.

It was advised 5th November 1864 that Merrick G. Rouse had taken over from Mr. Ellis. The house providing the Best Coffee Room in Norwich and could provide Chops and Steaks at the shortest notice.

Licence renewal refused 21.08.1895.

Demolished soon after.

House no. 93 on 1845 Magistrates list