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4 EXCHANGE STREET St PETER MANCROFT - See QUEENS HOTEL
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 ( 1867 to 1894 )
FREE TRADE  
LACEY & HAMMOND by 1870
LACON & Co Bankers of Norwich 1879
Licensees :
HENRY CRICKMORE 1858 - 1859
........ SHALES 1863
FRANCIS COLSEY
( Exchange Hotel )
1864 -1865
Mrs E. COLSEY 1868
CHARLES HAMMOND by 1870
HORACE LACEY &
CHARLES HAMMOND
19.05.1874
FREDERICK JOHN DANIEL 19.02.1876
WILLIAM GLANDFIELD 16.10.1877
DECIMUS WINSTANLEY 09.02.1878
WILLIAM PARKER DYE 31.12.1878
EDWARD COLEMAN
See QUEENS HOTEL
07.04.1879

Apparently the COMMERCIAL BOARDING HOUSE
1859 & 1863.

Henry Crickmore applied for a full licence on Monday 23rd August 1858 - Refused.

Recorded as the EXCHANGE Temperance Hotel 1864.

Charles Hammond applied for a New Licence Tuesday 23rd September 1870. The house, owned by Lacey and Hammond was described as a cigar divan and reading-room. It was intended to open the house as a place of refreshment where chops, steaks, &c., could be supplied, especially on Saturdays. It would be a great boon to the diners to provide them with a draught, rather than send them elsewhere. The house would not open on Sundays and would close every week-day at ten o'clock at night. One hundred merchants from the Corn Hall supported the application as did local residents. Only Mr. Morley, of the CORN EXCHANGE VAULTS**, opposed the application.
Granted.

Listed as the EXCHANGE HOTEL 1865 & 1875.

Found under COMMERCIAL BOARDING HOUSE and
EXCHANGE TAVERN  1868

Norwich Wine Company stores to 07.04.1879

Appears in directories from 1879 as the
QUEENS HOTEL

Licence refused 1889

 

** The Norfolk News of 27th August 1870 reported Mr. Morley was at the POST OFFICE STORES, but the licence registers confirm he was at the CORN EXCHANGE VAULTS in 1870.