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Tiger
St. STEPHENS BACK STREET St STEPHEN - CLOSED
St. MARTINS BREWERY Part of Lot no. 1 advertised for sale 11th October 1794.
DOTHEREDGE As given 1845 (St. Miles Brewery)
Licensees :
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JOHN CLARKE 1822
GEORGE BUNN 1830
WILLIAM NEWBY 1836
ANN DYE
age 40 in 1841
1839 - 1845
Fine of £2 and 11s costs Wednesday 1st February 1843 for running a disorderly house - See opposite.
W. T. GIRLING
& boat builder
1846
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In 1839 Pigot gives Ann Dye at this house,
however Robson has her at the VICTORIA TAVERN

In the 1841 census and on the 1845 the magistrates list she is at the Tiger, but the 1845 directory by White has her at the Queen Victoria

Ann Dye of the Tiger was summoned Wednesday 1st November 1843 of running a disorderly house. On the previous Saturday and Sunday morning some 40 to 50 of the worst characters in the city had been seen in the house at about a quarter to one o'clock. It was claimed they were behaving in the most riotous manner and it was the same every Saturday night.
Mrs Dye stated that the house was closed every night at ten o'clock, except Saturdays when her licence allowed her to keep the house open until four o'clock the following morning.
Disapproving of the proceedings in the house, the magistrates said they would impose a fine of £2 with 11s costs, saying that Mrs Dye should consider herself lucky with their leniency whereas it could have been a fine £5.
Saying that she could not pay, Mrs Dye was told that, in that case, she would be detained. She dispatched a messenger to raise the money and  paid the fine.

In 1846 W T Girling is at the TIGER according to the Post Office directory.

 

 

House No. 102 on 1845 Magistrates list.