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MARKET PLACE
GUILDHALL
St. PETER MANCROFT   CLOSED
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Licensees :
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THOMAS WRIGHT
gunmaker
1771
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The Norwich Mercury of 20th April 1771 reported that Thomas Wright, gunmaker, had relocated his premises to near the Hall, by the Market Place. The  house to be known by two blue posts,
now WRIGHTS NEW TAVERN.

A house by the name of BLUE POSTS is recorded 1773.

On Monday 13th September 1813, a Commodious and roomy Dwelling House, formerly the BLUE POST TAVERN was to be sold by Auction. With two capital cellars and requisite offices, in Livingstone Court, near the Hall, in the Market Place. In the occupation of Miss Smith and Mr. William EWard.

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