DOVER KENT ARCHIVES

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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

Earliest 1844-

Stag

Latest 1844

Limekiln Street

Dover

 

Only found the one mention of this house so far and that was when they were selling the contents due the the licensee, Mr. Minter, having taken another business. I do not know how long the premises had been serving as a public house, but this seems to be the last of this one.

I don't think there is any connection to a Mr. Stephen Minter, of the "Royal Arms" in 1851, but could be wrong. Time will tell.

For photo of Limekiln Street click here.

 

From the Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser, Saturday 23 March, 1844. Price 5d.

LIMEKILN STREET, DOVER

TO PUBLICANS AND OTHERS

5-Motion Beer-Engine, quite new.

To be sold by auction, by Mt. Thomas Robinson.

On the premises of Mr. Minter, at the sign of the "Stag," in Limekiln Street, on Wednesday, the 27th March, 1844.

All the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Implements, and Utensils in Trade.

Comprising Tent and other Bedside and Furniture; Feather and Flock Beds; Bolsters and Pillows; Mattresses, Blankets, and Counterpanes, Basin Stands and Jugs; Five Dozen of Chairs; Eight-day Dial, Dining, Pembroke, and Club-room Chairs; Brussels, Kidderminster, and Venetian Carpets; Chimney and Dressing Glasses; Mahogany Chest of Drawers; Linen Chest; Five-motion Beer Engine, quite new; Mugs, Jugs, Glasses, and the Culinary department, in great variety.

The Goods may be viewed on the Morning of the day of sale. Sale to commence at One o'clock.

The whole will be peremptorily sold, the Proprietor having taken another business.

 

 

LICENSEE LIST

MINTER Mr 1844

 

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