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St. STEPHENS STREET St. STEPHEN FULL LICENCE CLOSED
STEWARD & PATTESON as given 1866
Licensees :
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ALBERT DAVID LANE
according to Simpson
( Given at Golden Wheatsheaf by White in 1864 and at the Excise Tavern in 1865 by Post Office )
1863 - 1864
WILLIAM FITZGERALD 1865
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Upon the evidence of Mr. Albert D. Lane, Robert Breeze was charged, 9th December 1864, of setting fire to hay and straw in the hay-loft at the Oriental Public-house, St. Stephen's.
With no supporting evidence, the prisoner was discharged.

Named in 1865 directory.
Not found in licence registers dating from 1867.


On Friday 12th October 1866, rivetter George Ezekiel Butcher, of Cherry Lane, was charged with stealing a gallon of rum, half a gallon of brandy, a number of tumbler glasses and two half pint pewter mugs from the long time, unoccupied house. The items were valued at a total of £2 10s.
Unfortunately for the prosecutors, Messrs. Steward & Patteson, the items could not be positively identified and the prisoner was told to go about his business, but reminded that if he was addicted to stealing, sooner or later he would be brought to justice.