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32 MARKET PLACE St. PETER MANCROFT FULL LICENCE from 1870 CLOSED by 1904
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/2 (1867 to 1925)
FREE TRADE  
BULLARDS from 1872
Licensees :
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GEORGE BLOOMFIELD by 1855
THOMAS ELLIS 01.05.1871
HENRY SANBACH MIDDLETON 13.12.1873
GEORGE WILLIAM DAWSON 25.08.1874
WILLIAM SUGDEN 13.10.1874
JOHNSON HEMNELL 10.10.1888



Also found as 22 Market Place.

George Bloomfield, eating-house keeper, applied for a licence to sell liquors in his house Tuesday 23rd August 1870. He had kept the house for fifteen years without any complaint, also by purchasing the property he had suppressed one of the most disreputable houses in the City, viz the PRINCE REGENT, in Weavers Lane. The rector, churchwardens and overseers of the parish supported the application, which was granted.


House purchased by the Gas Company 09.02.1904
and the licence was dropped.



     
 
On Tuesday 27th August 1872, the landlord, Thomas Ellis, applied for permission to open from five o'clock in the morning to midnight on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  The house was frequented by dealers and others from four o'clock in the morning and coffee, tea and rolls were provided.
The magistrates voted, four in favour of the morning and night extensions, three for the morning only and two were totally against.
Thus only morning opening was approved.