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43 MARKET PLACE St PETER MANCROFT FULL LICENCE CLOSED 09.1932
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTERS PS 1/8/1 to PS 1/8/3 (1867 to 1953)
MORGANS  
STEWARD & PATTESON 18.07.1907
Licensees :
WILLIAM SNOW to 1849
Mrs. SNOW widow July 1849
ANN WARD 1850
EDWARD SMITH
age 28 in 1851
*1851 - 1863
CHARLES MILLER 1864 - 1866
JAMES MOORE by 1867
JAMES OUTLAW 28.09.1869
JOHN HERNE NASH 10.10.1871
ELIZABETH AMELIA NASH 10.10.1882
GEORGE ANDREWS 07.01.1886
WILLIAM EDWARD LAWN 26.03.1889
ELLEN LAWN 22.08.1898
ERNEST FREDERICK WADE 06.02.1900
ELLEN WADE
(Went to the Beehive)
29.07.1902
Convicted 23.10.1925 of selling out of hours.
Fine £2 or 21 days
GERALD HARRY FINN 24.05.1932


On Friday 22nd June 1866, Mrs Harriett Miller, wife of the landlord of the WATERLOO TAVERN was charged by fruiterer Mr. Newton of assaulting him at the WOUNDED HART on the previous Wednesday. It was claimed that Mrs. Miller made allusions to his eyes, called him foul names and `chaffed' him about not paying for a bed and breakfast when he had visited a house in London. When he asked her what she meant, she slapped him three times. He was not hurt, but stung by the insult he had to bear before a large company. The magistrates thought it a foolish quarrel and dismissed the case.

July 1849 - The relict of the late William Snow advised her former friends and the public, that she intended to conduct the business in the same liberal terms as heretofore, at the adjoining house and to the one she formerly occupied.
Dinners, Steaks, Chops, &c', available at any hour.
Well aired beds.

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Given as the WATERLOO TAVERN & CHOPHOUSE 1854

The third anniversary of the Loyal Herring Lodge of Odd Fellows was held here on the evening of Wednesday 10th January 1855. Sumptuous entertainment was provided by the host, Mr. Smith.

An application was made Saturday 22nd August 1891, by William Lawn, for a music and singing licence in order that there could be professional playing of a piano and violin in the bar, also for activities at the anniversaries of three benefit societies who used the club-room.  Application refused.

House closed September 1932 in an exchange deal with Norwich City Corporation. The leasehold properties of the COMPASSES, PHEASANT COCK, LEOPARD and the St. GILES GATE STORES appear to have ownership changed to S&P.

House sold to Norwich Corporation 06.09.1932 and licence surrendered.

Demolished by 1938