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Norfolk Arms
MARKET PLACE St. PETER MANCROFT - CLOSED
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Licensees :
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Mr. W. STEPHENSON 1791
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VELNO'S Vegetable Syrup, with improvements by J. Burrows M.D. was sold by J. Crouse, Printer, at the Norfolk Arms, Market Place, Norwich, as advertised 12th September 1778.
This potion provided a radical cure for the most obstinate confirmed Venereal Cases and was agreeable to the palate, perfectly mild in operation and could be taken without the least danger or confinement at all seasons.
Scurvies, disorders following Inoculations and obstinate Rheumatisms having been successfully treated by the Syrup.

Mr. Stevenson, stationer, advertised for a Maid Servant who `has never lived in the city, has been used to making bread, brew and cook, in a family way, and can bring good character from her last place'. Dated 26th March 1791.

It was advertised September 1791 that copies of ` The Conjuror's Magazine' were available from Mr W Locke at Red Lion Street, Holborn and sold by W. Stephenson at the NORFOLK ARMS, Market Place, Norwich.

September - 1795 - The PUBLICAN'S LAWYER, an easy Explanation of all the Laws, in force, concerning Innkeepers, Victuallers and Publicans of every class, was available at the NORFOLK ARMS, price 2s 6d.
It also contained the Acts of Parliament relating to the Billeting of Soldiers; together with those passed 19th May 1795, for the Relief of Publicans, and directions for proceeding against Parish officers for any partiality in billeting Soldiers. Plus, containing the Act of 33 Geo. III forb establishing Benefit Clubs and Societies at Public Houses.

Also available, the COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S LAWYER, and Farmer's Complete Law Library....... Also 2s 6d.

Were these ever licensed premises?