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5 & 7 St. AUGUSTINE STREET
ROSE YARD
St. AUGUSTINE FULL LICENCE See OLD CROME
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/4 (1867 - 1965)
STEWARD & Co Freehold owned by George Morse c1845
STEWARD & PATTESON  
WATNEY MANN  
Licensees :
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JOHN WADE 1762
JOHN HAINES 1783 - 1790
JONATHAN BALLS 1790 - 1798
JOHN KEYMER 1802 - 1807
WILLIAM PAGE 1810
J. PAGE 1811
CHARLES LOWNE 1830
HENRY THOMAS STURLEY 1836
LEGGETT COBB
& butcher
age 49 in 1851
1839 - 1851
SAMUEL MULLINGER 10.1855 - 1858
LEGGATT COBB
See opposite.
1858 - 1859
DAVID GENT
Age 31 in 1861
by 1861
Old licence set aside owing to previously being fined for offences against the tenor of licence - Renewal considered Tuesday 25th August 1863.
Landlord cautioned Tuesday 29th August 1865 for having house open at unlawful hours for the sale of beer.
WILLIAM HOWARTH 11.10.1867
JAMES TOOKE 08.09.1868
WILLIAM WHITE 05.10.1868
GEORGE PARKER 07.07.1870
JOHN PRATT 04.04.1871
THOMAS PAGE 22.10.1872
JOHN HUGGINS 28.01.1873
REUBEN CANN 17.06.1873
JAMES HOWARD 25.06.1889
Fine of 10s and 5s 6d costs on Friday 28th April 1899 for being drunk and disorderly on the day previous. (Age given as 47)
EDWARD CLARKE 27.08.1901
FREDERICK WILLIAM WEEDS 21.08.1917
GEORGE HENRY DIGGINS 09.05.1950
BERTIE BROWNE 21.11.1950


House no. 371 on 1845 Magistrates list

Site on an inn from the 14thC.

Offered to let 19th May 1779 for entering at Michaelmas.
Large Brewhouse included.

The house was engaged for Freeholders, the Friends of Sir Edward Astley, Bart. and Thomas William Coke, Esq. on Wednesday 14th April 1784, being the Day of Election. (One of 53 such houses in Norwich)

Ann Haines announced October 1790 that she was handing over the business to her nephew, John Balls.

2 St. Augustine's in 1802.

One of 36 Norwich houses opened for the reception of Voters in the interest of Mr. Windham and Mr. Coke on election day, Thursday 13th November 1806.


For sale by Auction Wednesday 8th November 1820
ALL that capital and well-frequented INN, called The ROSE, situate in St Augustine's Street Norwich; comprising a large and convenient dwelling house, with excellent accommodations for travellers, a spacious yard and good stabling for near 100 horses, chaise houses, for a great number of carriages, brew house well fitted up, and various other useful out-buildings.
Together with upwards of One Acre of excellent garden-ground at the back thereof, now let in parcels to several tenants. The whole of the above is Freehold and is in one of the best and most commodious Inns in the city of Norwich, and the present Stock, Fixtures and Furniture may be taken at a fair valuation, and possession had immediately, and part of the purchase money remain secured on this lot, if required.


Offered To Let 28th March 1835 and again 4th April 1835.
With Excellent Stabling, Gig Houses, Etc
For many years possessing a highly respectable connexion - Apply Messrs. Steward, Patteson & Co.

Samuel Mullinger, late of the DOG INN, Aylsham, informed his Friends and the Public, October 1855, that he had taken the old established Inn.

Mr. Mullinger instructed that a sale of his neat Household Furniture and other effects take place on Wednesday 24th March 1858 - On the premises.

Insolvent Leggatt Cobb, farmer and innkeeper appeared in Court Wednesday 30th January 1861. In December it had been declared that his debts were £1374 2s 5d and assets £40 1s 4d. However the figures were amended and the debt was actually £2346 13s 3d and remaining assets were only £4 7s 10d.

Advertised to let September and October 1860 including good Stabling, Coach-houses and every convenience for doing a large Trade.
Apply Steward, Patteson and Co.

David Gent, carrier and landlord of the Rose public-house, was accused Saturday 3rd November 1866 of keeping a ferocious dog. The charge was dismissed upon the Bench hearing that another dog, that had been said to have been worried on several occasions, had in fact last been injured by a horse stamping on it.


The ROSE TAVERN in 1879.

Renamed the OLD CROME in 1972