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Shoulder of Mutton
13 St. ANDREWS HILL St. ANDREW FULL LICENCE See FLINT HOUSE TAVERN
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 & PS 1/8/2 (1867 to 1925)
TOMPSONS Conveyed to Morgans 25th March 1845
MORGANS  
Licensees :
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ROBERT COSSEY
butcher
1760 - 1762
WILLIAM HORTH
worsted weaver
1763 - 1788
JOHN COOPER 1806 - 1807
THOMAS COOPER 1810 - 1832
ISAAC MOORE
(Died in London, 16th September 1841)
1839
JAMES MANN
age 64 in 1851
1841 - 1856
MARK WIDDOWS 1858 - 1859
HENRY CAWDRON * 1861 - 1865
HENRY MORGAN by 1867
JOHN KEEBLE 23.05.1868
HENRY MORGAN ? 1868
JOHN GILDEN 12.01.1869
JOSEPH JOHN RICE 30.09.1870


House No. 274 on 1845 Magistrates list.

William Horth advertised a Main of Cocks to be fought between the Gentlemen of Norwich and the Gentlemen of Suffolk on Monday and Tuesday 24th and 25th January 1777.
27 Mains and 10 Byes, for five Guineas a Battle and Twenty the Odd.
A similar event was held 5th and 6th May 1777, with 25 Mains and 10 Byes. Prizes were Two Guineas a Battle and Ten the Odd one.
Admittance was 1s 6d to each Pit.

Another contest was held on Monday 7th January 1788 and the two following days. There would be 35 Mains and 15 Byes, for five Guineas a Battle and Fifty the Odd.

For Sale by Auction Monday 11th June 1810, then in occupation of Thomas Cooper.

On 23rd June 1832 it was advertised that the Chop House and Tavern, known as the Shoulder of Mutton, occupied by Thomas Cooper was To be Let. Apply Mr. Tompson's Counting Room, Brewery, King Street.


All the Household Furniture and Effects of Thomas Cooper were to be Sold, on the premises, by Auction, under a Deed of Assignment, Thursday 28th June 1832, and the following day.
Apart from household furniture and linen, the sale included a three motion beer engine, casks and taps, pewter quarts, pints and half pints. A billiard table with maces, balls and cues was also for sale.

Address as near Black Friar's Bridge , St Andrews in 1871

A Welch (Welsh?) Main of 16 Cocks to fight on Monday 30th July 1871 with prizes of 2 Guineas to each of the 4 winners.

Location of the Florists' Feast, held Tuesday 31st July 1871 where there was a Show of Free-blowing Carnations, and a prize given for the six best Flowers.

 

Listed as the FLINT HOUSE TAVERN from c1869
but only first named as such in the Licence Registers in 1893.