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HOSPITAL BOY NORWICH H index
WHITEFRIARS St. MARTIN AT PALACE BEERHOUSE CLOSED
STEWARD & PATTESON Leasehold owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co
Licensees :
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WILLIAM BALLS
(beer retailer at Whitefriars, Bridge Street 1846)
1842 - * 1846
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HENRY DADE 1852
ROBERT COLLETT
(age 38 in 1851)
 1854
JOHN LAWS 1856
JOHN BOWDEN 1863
JAMES MOORE 1867
Fine of 10s and costs, or 7 days imprisonment, for selling beer out of hours. Offence taking place on Saturday 26th October 1867 at 11:30pm.


Originally a Free House known as THE BEER SHOP.
First supplied by Steward & Patteson during the year commencing November 1838.

Named the HOSPITAL BOY by 1848
also referenced as the HOSPITAL SCHOOL BOY

On Wednesday 18th August 1852, landlord Henry Dade was charged with keeping his house open beyond eleven o'clock on the previous Saturday night. Police-sergeant Fransham had visited the house owing to previous complaints from neighbours about late night disturbances. Upon entering at ten minutes before twelve o'clock, several people were seen in the back room, smoking and finishing off their beers.
There was no proof that any beer had been sold at illegal hours.
The question was to if persons were obliged to finish their beer by eleven o'clock.
It was pointed out that within the tenancy there was a clause expressly prohibiting the house being kept open after eleven o'clock.
Mr. Dade was fined the mitigated penalty of 10s and 11s 6d costs, which was paid.