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Saturday, 11 February 2012

ENGRAVERS' ARMS, Salmon Street

ENGRAVERS' ARMS
Salmon Street
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It is possible that this pub is synonymous with the "JERRY LOBBY INN"
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MINE HOSTS:
1840                  James Hindle
1841                  Mary Leach
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TO BE LET
by PRIVATE CONTRACT
ALL that well-accustomed BEER HOUSE, with the
Brew-house and Boiler attached, in Salmon Street,
Fishwick, leading to the Fishwick Mills, late in the
occupation of James Hindle.
Particulars from Mr. Richard Monk, Solicitor
12 Chapel Street, Preston
Preston Chronicle  7th November 1840
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Slight variation in the name.
Preston Chronicle   13th February 1841
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