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Mount Pleasant

 

Any book would be incomplete without this one, although no prefix 'little'. Ann Parker in 1840.

 

From the Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser, Saturday 22 February, 1840.

POLICE REPORT

Ann Parker, charged by W. H. Worringham, policeman, with keeping a beer-shop open, contrary to the Act. From the evidence given of Caroline Taylor it appeared, that on Sunday night there was a row at the house kept by the defendant, called the "Brown Jug," at Mount Pleasant, between one and two o'clock in the morning, she (witness) saw several men come out of the house, who commenced fighting; and shortly afterwards two persons came out of the house with some beer.

Fined 40s. and costs.

 

 

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PARKER Ann 1840

 

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