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Thursday, 26 January 2012

ANCHOR OF HOPE, Salmon Street

ANCHOR OF HOPE
Salmon Street (off London Road)
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MINE HOST
1861      Robert Roper
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SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
& BREWING UTENSILS
At the beer-house in Salmon Street, Fishwick, near the big factory, 
known by the name of the "Anchor of Hope", Mr. H. SNAPE has
been instructed by Mr. Robert Roper, in consequence of giving up
beer-selling, to offer for SALE BY AUCTION on the 8th May 1861.

The whole of the BREWING UTENSILS, and surplus HOUSEHOLD 
FURNITURE, consisting of 25 half-load barrels, 3 quarter casks; one
two-load brewing boiler, as fixed, nearly new; large and small coolers; 
mash tub, and lecking off tub; hop, sieve and briggs; mash-tap; tun dish; 
brewing cans; and a load and a half of ale.

The furniture comprises a quantity of strong chairs, in good condition;
tables; glasses; and bar fixtures.
Preston Chronicle  4th May 1861
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