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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1840-

Earl of Effingham

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Deptford

 

From The Era (London, England), Sunday, October 25, 1840; Issue 109.

CAUTION TO PUBLICANS.

Henry Vickers, landlord of the "Earl of Effingham," Deptford, was summoned to answer a complaint of having opened his house before the hour of one, on Sunday, the 11th inst. Mr. Vickers pleaded guilty to the offence, but stated, in extenuation, that the door of his house had been opened to serve a glass of ale to some customers during his (Mr. Vickers's) absence, by a friend who had recently come from the country, and who was staying at his house. He promised to be more cautious in future; and the magistrate, taking into consideration the good character borne by his house, ordered the case to be discharged, upon his paying the cost of the summons.

 

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VICKERS Henry 1840+

 

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