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34 MAGDALEN STREET
Golden Dog Lane
St SAVIOUR FULL LICENCE CLOSED 25.11.1933
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 (1867 - 1953)
FREE TRADE (Golden Dog Brewery 1869)
JOHN DAYNES 1871
ELIJAH CROSIER BAILEY of Surrey Street 1878
CANN & Co of Wymondham, 1884
MORGANS 1895
Licensees :
JAMES HUBBARD
brewer & wine merchant
*1839 - *1861
WILLIAM CARTER HAINES
brewer & fishmonger
1863 - 1864
CHARLES CARR by 1865
Saturday 21st April 1866 - Fine of 1s and costs after pleading guilty to having his house open at illegal hours - First offence.
WILLIAM CAMPLING 06.04.1869
Licence dropped at Annual Licensing Day 1869.
WILLIAM RAYMOND KING
(New Licence)
11.10.1869
JOHN BANHAM 11.10.1870
JOHN DAYNES 20.09.1871
(John Brownfield - Surgeon) 
Seemingly lodging and / or operating from here since John Daynes is given as licensee.
(1877)
HENRY PHILIP BRADFORD 18.11.1879
SAMUEL BALLS 24.06.1880
GEORGE JAMES GOFF 29.09.1882
JOSEPH GARROD 30.07.1886
Convicted 29.03.1886 of failing to admit police.
Fine £5 plus costs.
EVERETT GRAY 10.10.1889
HARRY JAMES SMITH 09.08.1898
CHARLES PLUMMER 19.03.1901
WALTER CHARLES MOORE 07.05.1901
JOHN HALL 01.12.1903
ERNEST MANN 09.01.1923
GEORGE FRANCIS SKIPPER 05.04.1923




Golden Dog Lane is recorded in 1626.

A new licence was awarded to James Hubbard 30th August 1861.
The house operated as a beer-house prior to that date.

Offered for sale with immediate possession 2nd November 1861.
Very Compact Brewery, Dwelling House and Spirit Shop.
For many years occupied by James Hubbard.

Offered For Sale by Auction March 1871 as a Free Trade house.

Edward Gray made an application, on Monday 24th August 1891, for a music and singing licence as a matter of protection for members of an angling society and for St. Clement's Band which practiced there.
A memorial from the residents of Magdalen Street opposed, alleging that singing and dancing were a cause of annoyance and had infrequently ended in disorder.
Application refused.

Renewal of licence was opposed at the 9th February 1905 Licensing Sessions on the grounds that the back door opened into an enclosed yard and that there was an internal connection to an adjoining shop.
The representatives of John Hall said that changes would be undertaken to the satisfaction of the Chief Constable.

Licence provisionally refused 07.02.1933 and referred to Compensation.

Closed under Compensation 25.11.1933