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13 WHITEFRIARS STREET St. MARTIN AT PALACE   CLOSED 08.02.1907
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 (1867 to 1925)
TOMPSONS Conveyed to Morgans 25.03.1845 (Advertised for sale 6th & 7th November 1844)
MORGANS 1845 to 1907
Licensees :
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WILLIAM BELOE 1810
SAMUEL MAYHEW 1822
ROBERT SCOTTER
also as Scotten
1830 - 1839
JACOB LACCOHEE 1842 - 1845
FRANCIS RILEY
age 38 in 1851
(Seemingly known as Frank)
Went to WAGGON & HORSES
1850 - 1858
ISAAC DANN 1859
ROBERT G. COLLETT
(at Grey Friars 1861)
1861 - 1864
J. WARD 1865
HENRY SWASH 1866
Accused 03.05.1866 of being open out of hours.
WILLIAM BURTON by 1867
ROBERT RAMM 21.02.1871
EMILY LONERGAN 10.10.1874
WILLIAM LUCAS SILLIS 10.08.1875
ELIZABETH BALLS 11.02.1876
MATTHEW MEEK 20.07.1877
ARTHUR MANN 10.10.1883
CHARLES ARTHUR OLDMAN 18.06.1885
ELIZABETH OLDMAN 10.10.1895
WALTER WEBSTER 22.03.1898
ALFRED JOHN DICKERSON 08.05.1900
SAMUEL MANN 28.10.1902



In 1841 the Norfolk and Norwich Monitor reported that Robert Scotter was a Hair Sorter living at St. Martins Palace Plain. He appeared in court for the purposes of settlement of a domestic argument with his second wife Mary Ann Scotter, over finances. At the trail Mr Scotter was accused of frequent violent assault and of marrying for money. Mr Scotter denied the accusations and vowed that he would never live with her again, and would defy any man to live with her and treat her well.
Mr. Scotter was ordered to keep the peace towards his wife for 3 months in his own recognizances of £20.

It was announced in the Norfolk Chronicle of 19th August 1843 that Licensed Victualler Jacob Laccohee was to appear before the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors on 28th August 1843. The Court sitting in Basinghall Street, London.

On Thursday 31st March 1859, Isaac Dann complained that the police had searched his house without cause.
Sergeant Smith confirmed to the Bench that he had a warrant from Inspector Steward to search the premises for stolen goods.
The Magistrates dismissed the complaint since they were satisfied that there were good and sufficient grounds for the search.

To let with Early Possession - 12th May 1859.
Apply to Messrs. Morgan, Brewery, King Street, Norwich.

The Chief Constable objected to licence renewal at the 1906 Sessions as reported in the Norfolk Chronicle of 10th February.
Police Inspector Windsor said that the house was unsuitable and the sanitary arrangements were very poor indeed. There were 12 licensed houses within 200 yards, it was said.

Licence provisionally refused 07.02.1906 and referred to Compensation.
Closed under Compensation 08.02.1907