16 Lune Street
It is my belief that the "Market Inn" was a
beerhouse trading ASSOCIATED WITH the Spread Eagle Hotel.
It was situated at the side of the Corn Exchange,
an important market in Preston, and as a beerhouse rather than having a full license like the Spread Eagle Hotel.
1851 - 52 Robert Morrow
1853 James Bennett
1855 - 62 Bryan (Brian) Wildman
TO PUBLICANS, BEERSELLERS, AND OTHERS
MARKET TAVERN, LUNE STREET
Has the honour to announce that he has received
instructions from Mr. Morrow
(who is leaving Preston)
TO SELL BY AUCTION
At the "MARKET TAVERN," Lune Street, on
Thursday 29th April.
THE whole of his FURNITURE and STOCK-IN-TRADE,
comprising the usual household appointments, a capital
square Pianoforte by Collard and Collard, Bagatelle Table,
and a Superior assortment of Brewing Utensils, full
particulars of which will appear in placards.
Further information may be had on application to
Mr. Morrow on the premises, or of the Auctioneer,
Borough Tavern, 123 Fishergate, Preston.
Preston Guardian 24th April 1852
|I think that the idea of "Market Tavern" is|
The records in Trade Directories come from
up to 26 years earlier.
Preston Chronicle 2nd July 1881