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Tuesday, 15 January 2013

WEAVERS' ARMS, Milton Street / Moor Lane

WEAVERS' ARMS
Milton Street  /  Moor Lane
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MINE HOSTS:
1859             See P.C. 29.1.1859
1860             See P.C. 14.4.1860
1861                    James Blundell
1866                    Mr. R. Gregson
1869                    Thomas Hesketh
1870             Beer licence applied for by  Henry Greenwood, but it was refused. [P.C. 24.9.1870]
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A BEER-HOUSE and MILK-HOUSE, in
Milton Street, near the Windmill public-
house, Moor Lane. There is accommodation
for twelve cows; there is also a hay loft.
The present tenant is keeping ten cows,
and has no trouble whatever in disposing
of all the milk on the premises. Only the
stock-in-trade of the beerhouse, without
any furniture, to be taken at a valuation,
as the present tenant is leaving town.

For particulars, apply on the premises,
44, Milton Street, Moor Lane, or to
Mr. William Ainsworth, 3, Stanley Buildings,
Lancaster Road.
N.B. This advertisement will not be repeated.
Preston Chronicle 29th January 1859

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TO BE LET OR SOLD
Immediately, the well-accustomed BEERHOUSE
AND milk-house, called the "WAEVERS' ARMS"
Milton Street, off Moor Lane.
Apply on the premises.
Preston Chronicle 14th April 1860
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TO BE LET OR SOLD
That well-accustomed BEER-HOUSE, called
the "WEAVERS' ARMS," Milton Street,
Moor Lane,
Apply to Mr. WILLIAM AINSWORTH,
Auctioneer; or to Mr RICHARD WILCOCK,
Old England Inn, Ribbleton Lane, Preston.
Also a good shippon attached to it.
Preston Chronicle 12th January 1861
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TO BE SOLD
by Private Treaty
A well-built FREEHOLD BEER-HOUSE -
"Weavers' Arms," Milton Street, with
Brewhouse, and Shippon for eight cows.
Apply to Mr. William AINSWORTH, 
Stanley Buildings, or to RICHARD
WILCOCK, Old England Inn, 
Ribbleton Lane, Preston.
Preston Chronicle 11th January 1862
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Preston Chronicle  18th September 1869
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CENSUS RETURN
1861
James Blundell                    46 years                    Beerseller                        b. St. Helens
Mary Blundell                     43                             Beerseller's wife              b. Preesall
Noah Blundell                     13                   Son / Bookkeeper's Appr.        b. Lancaster
Jemima Blundell                   6                       Daughter / Scholar                 b. Preston
James Blundell                     7 months                  Son                                         do
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