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WEAVERS LANE St. PETER MANCROFT BEERHOUSE CLOSED before 1867?
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Licensees :
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Mr. TILNEY 1853
WILLIAM TRUMBETTA 1858 - 1859
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JAMES Le FEVRE BALLS 08.1868 - 1869


 

It was reported 17th April 1852 that a disturbance had occurred here during the previous week.
( On Saturday 3rd April 1852, at about 10 minutes to 12 at night, William Bensley of New Catton was said to be seen by Police-constable Williams to be drunk. Upon approach, it was claimed that Williams hit the Bensley two or three times in the face. Police-constable Smith however, said that he had entered the house at about 5 minutes past 12 in the company of Williams, to clear the house of several disreputable characters who had assembled. All had left except Bensley who said he would not leave. Williams then put Bensley out but did not strike him. The claim of assault, brought by Bensley against the policeman, was dismissed.)


Apparently a different house from the later 
MARKET STORES, 22 Haymarket (1882)

(Mr Trumbetta is previously found at the DUKE OF YORK)

Not found in the Licence Registers that date from 1867, but on 28th August 1869, a beerhouse licence was renewed to James Le Fevre Balls, who had been at the house for a year.