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Woolpack Beer House

Broad Bridge Street

Peterborough

1840 10 July - Stamford Mercury

Heading: Wisbech & Peterborough

To Brewers, Malsters, Merchants & Capitals

 

"Will be sold at Auction at the Talbot Inn on 27th day of July 1840 at the Talbot Inn, Peterborough by order of the commissioners in the Fiat of Bankruptcy against James & Thomas Hill, merchants, brewers & co-partners".

 

 

1840 Pg1 WOOLPACK BEER HOUSE BROAD BRIDGE STREET (

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1848 26 August - Cambridge Independent Press

Heading: Peterborough

 

"James Tomblin of Peterborough, Beer house Keeper, was charged with having allowed Beer to be drank in his house called 'The Woolpack' after 11 o'clock at night on the 4th instant.  He was convicted in penalty and costs amounting to £1.15s.6d which he paid".