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POTTERGATE STREET St. LAWRENCE - CLOSED
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1  (1867 to 1894)
FREE TRADE  
Trustees of the Jenny Lind Hospital by 1872
Licensees :
ROBERT GRAY RUDD 30.08.1864
WALTER RANDALL RUDD 11.05.1880



Robert Rudd was granted a new full licence at the Annual Licensing Session, Tuesday 30th August 1864.

Advertised October 1869 as the Vaults, Pottergate Street with Rudd's Wine Sample Warehouse situated on St. Benedict's Street, near the Church.
On offer was Spanish Port, 10½d per pint, 7s a gallon; Sherry, ditto; No. 1 Port 1s 2d per pint, 14s per gallon. Very fine old Ports  and Sherries, 18s per gallon and upwards. Clarets, 12s per dozen to 60s. Old bottled Ports and Sherries, 30s to 60s. A great variety of German and French Wines in stock. Small sample bottles always ready, Port or Sherry, quarter-pint (Imperial measure), 3d; half-pint, 5½d; pint, 10½d and upward.

6 day licence from 1872.

Licence refused 1883 on the grounds that `The Vaults had not been used for the sale of liquors, either by retail or otherwise, for many years, and that there were 9 other licensed houses within 200 yards.'

HOWEVER...
On Monday 22nd August 1887, Mr. Walter Randall Rudd, applied for and gained, a licence to sell bottled beer from his premises on the corner of Exchange Street and the Market Place.