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Earliest 1743-

Rose and Crown

Latest 1769+

 

Harbledown

 

Found to be trading from between 1743 and 1769.

 

From the Kentish Gazette or Canterbury Chronicle, Wednesday, 16 October, to Saturday, 22 October, 1768. Price 2d.

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On Wednesday last the 19th Instant.

Between Folkestone and Brabourn.

A Snuff-coloured Coat, Two Waistcoats, Two Shirts, and a pair of Flannel Drawers, the whole tied up in a Sack, with the above Things therein contained, and will bring the same to Thomas Marsh, Patten-maker, at Sandwich, Edward Marsh at the “Rose and Crown,” Harbledown, or to the “Swan” at Hythe, shall receive Half a Guinea Reward.

 

From Kentish Gazette 09 August 1769.

To be Sold, at Harbledown, A Very neat Post-Chaise, with a Laced Lining, good Glasses, with a set of new Wheels and exceeding good Harness for Four Horses, with a Box to take off:- Inquire of Mr. Marsh, at the "Rose and Crown." The Price is Twenty six Guineas.

 

Kentish Gazette 18 October 1769.

Edward Marsh, takes this opportunity of acquainting his friends, and the publick in general, that he is removed from the "Rose and Crown," Harbledown, to "Sir John Falstaff's," in Westgate, where he has laid in a fresh Stock of Wines, etc. and has provided good Entertainment for Man and Horse. Whoever shall be so obliging as to favour him with their Custom, may depend on civil Usage, and the best Accommodation, by their obedient humble Servant,

Edward Marsh.

N.B. A very good Post-chaise with able Horses to be Lett; and one Post-chaise to be Sold.

 

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