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BARRACK STREET POCKTHORPE - St JAMES FULL LICENCE CLOSED 1887
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1  (1867 to 1894)
BULLARD & WATTS To at least June 1845
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
WILLIAM DEAN 1839
WILLIAM CROTCH 1842
JAMES ULPH
age 52 in 1851
(Tenancy renewed 25.03.1844)
1845 - 1860
WILLIAM CORBETT 25.03.1860
CHARLES GOAT 25.03.1862 to 1864
JAMES PEROWNE from 1864
JOHN BUNTING & ROBERT HOWES
(As Bullards document dated July 1866. Note that only Robert Howes appears in the Licence Registers for 1867 onwards)
29.09.1866

See also TRUE BRITON
& THREE TUBS.

As the NEW BREWERY INN 1839

For sale by auction Tuesday 8th July 1845.
Substantially and well built brick and tile Public House containing a good bar, parlour, kitchen, three bed-rooms and one large sitting-room. A nine-pin ground at rear and a very large upstair sitting- room used as a club-room, and attic over, also a large garden and suitable and excellent outbuildings. In occupation of James Ulph, as undertenant to Messrs. Bullard & Watts, whose lease is expired.
Adjoining Public House, in occupation of Robert Bulmer also included in sale. (Closest known licensed premises being the SPORTSMAN)


At the licensing session held Monday 23rd August 1858 it was heard that James Ulph had been found in the past to have harboured bad characters. Since that event the house had been better conducted and so the licence was renewed.

Licence cancelled 1887 on grant of new licence to the
JUBILEE TAVERN, Thorpe

House no. 483 on 1845 Magistrates list