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QUEEN STREET     CLOSED
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Licensees :
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HENRY FOULSHAM 29.08.1865
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On Tuesday 29th August 1865, Henry Foulsham applied for a licence for the QUEEN HOTEL which stood on the corner of Queen Street.

A Mr. Woodrow objected on the grounds that there was already a public house within forty yards. It was also claimed that the house would cause a nuisance to a Mr. Forrester who lived opposite.
The licence was granted.

On Tuesday 27th August 1867 a memorial from a great number of inhabitants of Queen Street and Tombland, was presented at the Annual Licensing Meeting, praying that the magistrates would not renew the licence. Music was said to be an annoyance and disorderly persons, turned out late at night, disturbed the neighbourhood.
Lady Hoste headed the long list of signatures on the memorial.