DOVER KENT ARCHIVES
PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1764-

Black Swan Inn

Latest 1796+

St. James's Street

Dover

 

Another one that passed Barry Smith by, and only found the once in the Kent Post of June 6-9 1764.

"Notice:- At the "Black Swan Inn," St. James's Street, Dover, Gentleman, Ladies, and others, who will be pleased to favour me with their Custom. Thomas Green, late of the "Antwerp."

I also have reference to a "Swan Victualling House" also in St. James's Street of 1545.

 

Kentish Gazette, Wednesday 24 May 1769.

A sale of ready made goods &c, by Jonas Clifton, silk-weaver and Warehouseman, from Shoreditch, London.

Who now sells his curious British loom Quilting for Ladies Peticoats, bedgowns, and gentlemens Winter Waistcoats, exceedingly rich, neat, and serviceable;........

Shopkeepers furnished on the best terms.

He will this be this Week, at the "Black Swan," Dover; and next Week at the "White Hart," Folkestone.

 

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Last pub licensee had GREEN Thomas 1764+

 

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