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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Warminster Industry and trade

    1830. In the 1890's it was known as Morgan and Bladworth's Warminster Brewery, and stood north of the 'Ship and Punchbowl ' in Silver Street , on the site of Obelisk Terrace . 80 The High Street Brewery of James

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had lived upon the most affectionate terms. In 1842 he re- turned to Preston, and conducted an inn-the Grapes and Punchbowl. The defendant vwas an alderman of the borough of Prestouin which town he had for many years carried Ion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hurst: King Cole, H. Gray Miss Sheppard, H. Covey; EoleII., Jewett; Curacao, Wheeler; Veranda, H. Challoner: Mobile, Jarvis Bide-a-wee, Budson Punchbowl, Loates; and Garnish filly, Newhouse. The excoLleece of the Lincoln running received a further confirmation to-day by the forward Subscribers-only content

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    _ e.122 ANT ~Da youig Mamil, to AsBt tiW Brewinrg, end make, him. I ' "elf rreecrally ueaul.-Apply, Chrles Burbidcge, Punchbowl, StIeelhlomi lnmo. _13S3 7OUNt M: n WVanted, to 1rew, attenid to ]'ois,, and emiake hia. E sclf n.eful.-], Ryland Subscribers-only content

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    aUowed 71b. Two cuiles. Ring's Countv, aged Rosier, 5 yrs (50i Silvervrood. 6 yrs (50) (son el Rvyeelule, agcd (50) Punchbowl, 4 yrs lS0) Prince Paul, aged (10) Isa Grey 5 yrs (50) Bayonet, aged (50) Maggie .JOos, Sy (5) Subscribers-only content

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    agat Mr. Gover's Grec Gree Mr. Wood's Wraysbury agst Mr. ilibbert n5 Sbort Platt hir. Shepnard's.Deerfoot lIl. agst Mr. Graham's Punchbowl Mr. H{ale's Hanker agst Mr. Elunt's Balo Alt. Gresnall's Piametta agst Mr. Snuffling's San Grado The STETL'HFORD CUP, for Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    THOMAS ELLIS, JOHN WILLIAMS, Theft, 04/04/1779

    I live in Crown-alley, Moorfields. On the 9th of this month, I went into a publick-house, the sign of the Punchbowl . I called for a pennyworth of purl and a halfpenny-worth of gin; the prisoners were there at supper;

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