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Licensed Victuallers Association in 1809

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Licensed Victuallers Association - November 6, 1809 Morning Advertiser

To the Licensed Victuallers of London, Westminster, and their environs.
At an adjourned meeting of the Provisional Committee of the Society for the Relief of Decayed Licensed Victuallers, their wives and widows, held at the Queens Arms, Newgate street, the 24th day of October last.
The Committee beg to leave to acquaint the Licensed Victuallers, that the object of this Institution is to afford the following benefits, viz:
To a Married man, a house, consisting of two rooms, and an annuity of 30 l for life
To a single man or woman, one room, and an annuity of 20 l for life.
The election to be in the body of Subscribers at large.

The following are additional subscribers since the last advertisement (one pound, one shilling, i.e. one guinea:
Mr Atkins, Coach and Horses, Swan alley
Mr Tyler, Phoenix, Rainham, Essex
Mr Howard, Swan, Stratford
Mr Rickett, White Hart, Mile end
Mr Smart, Lamb, Wilmot street
Mr Rogerson, Black Boy, Whitecross street
Mr Quick, Goat and Cherry Tree, Golden lane
Mr Middleton, Vine, Minories
Mr Gates, Coachmakers Arms, Robert street
Mr Bennet, Lloyds Coffee house
Messrs Howell, Atlee, Ponsett and Co, Distillers, Upper Thames street (10 guineas)
Mr Bishop, Ship, Minories
Mr Pierce, Hay Field, Mile End
Mr Thomas, Angel and Sun, Strand
Mr Powell, Hit or Miss, Oxford road
Mr Gerardin, Pewterer, Poland street
Mr Patrick, Horse and Groom, King street
Mr Shipton, Fountain, Fountain court
Mr Drew, Black Cap, Camden Town
Mr Bonnet, Kings Arms, Oxford street
Mr Wright, White Hart, Drury lane
Mr Twain, Grapes
Mr Flaxman, Jolly Potters, High street
Mr Potts, George, Greek street, Soho
Mr City, Crown, Princes street
Mr Wells, Little Russell street, Covent garden
Mr Read, Cheshire Cheese, Russell court
Mr Holloway, Kings Head, Booth court
Mr Mansfield, Tyger, Wells street, Oxford street
Mr Scott, Sir Isaac Newton, Union street
Mr Andrews, Blue Posts, Monmouth street
Mr Thomas Begbie, Esq, British Akle Brewery
Mr Hicks, Talbot, Grays Inn lane
Mr Godden, Flying Horse, Oxford street
Messrs Henry MEUX and Co, Brewers, Bambridge street (20 guineas)
Messrs Deady and Hendley, Sols row, Kentish Town (10 guineas)
Mr Wicks, Spread Eagle, St Giles's
Mr Cook, Bromley Arms, Fitzroy square
Mr Romain, Northumberland Arms, Wells street
Mr Fisher, Green Man, Berwick street
Mr Atkinson, Marquis of Granby, Castle street
Mr Hood, London 'Prentice, Cavendish square
Mr French, Bulls head, Peter street
Mr Townley, George, Old Bailey
Mr Ikin, Golden Griffin, Long lane
Mrs Hayne, Middle street, Clothfair
Mr Tuder, Bank, King street, Drury lane
Mr Colley, Carman, Whitechapel
Mr Taylor, Two Brewers, Hog lane
Messrs Gordon and Co, Goswell street (10 guineas)
Mr Murrell, Auctioneer, Skinner street
Mr Robins, Axe, Grub street
Mr Dennis, French Horn, Beech street
Mr Roberts, Three Tuns, Bridgewater gardens
Mr Fotherby, Sheers, Clothfair
Mr Bishop, Fox and Crown, Northaston, Oxford

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