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JAMES PAYNE 1830
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JAMES BERRY 1839
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As St. Andrews Hall in 1830.
On Wednesday 28th September 1831, Mrs. Sarah Taylor died, age 52, after a protracted illness of many years. She was the wife of Zachariah Taylor, musician of the St. Andrew's Hall Tavern.

A meeting of the freemen of the City was held here at the end of September 1834 to hear the case of John Burrows, a butcher, who, having refused to pay the market stallage, had been confined to Fleet Prison by the Corporation.
A Committee was formed and it was agreed that freemen should be exempted from the market stallage charges. To that end a subscription was raised for the benefit of Mr, Burrows and a substantial amount was raised.