DOVER KENT ARCHIVES

Sort file:- Deal, April, 2021.

Page Updated:- Thursday, 08 April, 2021.

PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1661

New Inn

Latest 1783+

(Name to)

West Side, top of Brewer Street

Beach Street

Deal

 

The Deal History Society date this pub as far back as 1661 and it's still open today (2014) but trading under the name of the "Three Compasses."

http://home.freeuk.net/eastkent/deal/pubs.htm

It should not be confused for the "New Inn" that is Open 2014+ today and trading from 32 High Street.

 

Oxford Journal 23 November 1793.

The apprehension of Lyon was as follows:- On Tuesday evening, a person of shabby appearance came on foot to the "New Inn," at Deal, Kent, and ordered some fish and beef- steaks for his supper, which were accordingly got him; and, after drinking a pint of wine, he told the waiter that he was going to take a walk, but should return to sleep there. Between 10 and 11 o'clock he came back, drank some punch, and went to bed, but feeling very unwilling to be noticed, together with the extraordinary figure he made, having an old wig on, which did not fit him, caused the waiter to suspect he had been guilty of some bad act, and had come in this disguise for the purpose of getting on board an outward bound vessel. The matter however, remained till the morning, when the same waiter going up to town, observed the bills, offering a reward of 200 for the apprehending of James Lyon for forgery, when it immediately struck him that this must be the person; on which he applied to the mayor of Deal for a warrant, and took him into custody just as he was getting out of bed.

 

From the Kentish Chronicle, 28 March, 1794.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION.

By Mr. Richard Hayman, in seven lots.

At the "New Inn," in Deal, on Thursday next the 3rd of April.

(Under such conditions was will be then and there produced.)

All those new erected Messuages or Tenements, the "New Inn," with coach-house, stables, wine vaults, and other tenements adjoining, and now in the possession of, and property of Mr. Bethel Wybourne, a Bankrupt.

And on Friday will be sold the Live Stock and Tackle in Husbandry, and the possession of about 40 acres of land, tilled and untilled, until Michaelmas next. Likewise Two Stacks of Hay.

N.B. Also will be sold by auction, the Household Furniture, Plate, Linen, and China, of which notice will be given.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

WYBOURNE Bethel to Mar/1794

 

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