|NORFOLK PUBLIC HOUSES|
9 Chapel Street - 1836
13 Chapel Street - 1864, 1881 & 1891.
The local museum holds a tankard bearing the words
`` Edward Springall, Landlord, Black Horse Hotel, 1845 ''.
A notice appeared in the Lynn Advertiser 9th September 1898.
Upon the instructions from the Executors of the late Mr J J Lowe,
.....to sell by Auction Friday September 23rd 1898
a part of the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And Trade Utensils
&c at the above Hotel. The furniture includes brass and iron Framed bedsteads, spring and other mattresses, bordered feather-beds, bolsters and pillows, &c....Brussels carpets, mahogany and painted traytop washstands, dressing tables and mahogany framed dressing glasses, ditto night commode with needlework top, clock in mahogany Chippendale case, mahogany curtain poles, ditto tables, ditto dining-room chairs in hair and American cloth, ditto couch, gilt-framed chimney glasses, large ice chest by Kent, Fitzroy barometer in mahogany case, iron hat and umbrella stand, and a good selection of plated goods, glass, earthenware and kitchen requisites, several boxes of cigars, &c.
ONE BAY PONY
7 years old, quiet to ride and drive and sound pony trap by Holman, and one set of plated harness, also a cob-sized four-wheel van, nearly new, with waterproof cover, iron tank, sack barrow, fowls house and run, &c, also about one load of wheatstraw.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock.
Mrs Matilda Lowe left the house soon after the auction.
Market day extension added to licence in 1956.
Thanks 23.10.2006 to Stan Langley