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Rose, 12 Monkwell street, St Olave Silver street EC2

It is not named in the 1841 census, but is named in all directories.

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1794/Samuel Swinerton, brandy merchant, 12 Monkwell street, Wood street/../../Wakefields Directory

1811/John Garner, the Rose, Monkwell street, Falcon square/../../Holdens Directory

1823/Mr Harland, Rose, 12 Monkwell street, Cripplegate/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1825/Mr Harland, Rose, 12 Monkwell street/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1827/Henry Harland, Rose, 12 Monkwell street/../../Pigots Directory

1831/Mr Harland, Rose, 12 Monkwell street, Cripplegate/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1841/John 0 Jaques, Rose, 12 Monkwell street, Cripplegate/../../Post Office Directory

1841/John Payne/Victualler/45/../Census
1841/Arabella Payne/../45/../Census
1841/Catherine Payne/../20/../Census
1841/Margrett Betsworth/../5/../Census
1841/George Sowerby/Independant/50/../Census
1841/Relf Walton/Independant/50/../Census
1841/Bridget Bedmead/Female Servant/35/../Census
1841/James Rhodes/Male Servant/25/../Census

1842/John 0 Jaques, Rose, 12 Monkwell street, Cripplegate/../../Robsons Directory

1843/John Payne, Rose, 12 Monkwell street, Cripplegate /../../Post Office Directory

1848/John Payne, Rose, 12 Monkwell street, Cripplegate /../../Post Office Directory

Morning Advertiser 26 October 1857 - licence transfer
Rose, Monkwell Street, to Arabella Payne, widow of John Payne, late occupier

Morning Advertiser 29 October 1866
Tetleys East India Pale Ale,
The Brewery, Leeds.
The New Seasons Brewings are now being delivered.
Liverpool - 62, Duke street
Manchester - Town Hall buildings, King street
Dublin - 62 Middle Abbey street
York - Swinegate
London - 169 Upper Thames street, Agent, George Hall.
These Ales are in every respect of the highest class, and in flavour, Condition, and keeping qualities, are not to be surpassed. They are always on draught at the following, amongst many other of the leading Houses in London :-
Arkell, Goat and Compasses, 8 Upper Fitzroy street, New road
Bond, Rose, Monkwell street EC
Brown, Portman Arms, 34 Great Quebec street, Portman square
Brown, Ticket Porter, Arthur street West, London bridge
Brunt, Cannings Head, Sidney street, Commercial road East
Collins, Giraffe, Newington crescent
Darbyshire, Crown, Pentonville road
Grey, Oxford Stores, 181 Oxford street
Morgan, New York stores, East Smithfield
Oughton, 110 Great College street, Camden Town
Riches, George and Dragon, Buckingham street, New road
Rowcliffe, Pindar of Wakefield, 328 Grays Inn road
Turner, Star, Goldington street, Oakley square
Tweedy, Unicorn, 79 Jermyn street, St James's
Walter, Discussion Hall, Shoe lane
Webb, Camden Head, Bethnal green road
Williams, Artillery lane, Houndsditch.

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