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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton

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Kent Arms

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Elms Place

Ramsgate

 

I have reference to a "Kent Inn" situated at 12 Camden Road, which is about half a mile away, so I am assuming that this is indeed a different pub to that one.

 

From the Kentish Chronicle, 8 September, 1860.

SANDWICH LICENSING DAY.

On Monday last the annual licensing meeting was held for the district. There were five applications for new licenses.

Edward Osbourne, "Kent Arms," Elms-place, Ramsgate. Applicant appeared in person, and was opposed by Mr. Snowden on behalf of the owners of the "Maidstone Arms Inn." Mr. Snowden stated the fact that their house being only ten yards from that of the applicant, and that there were already quite sufficient licensed houses in the neighbourhood. There being non other opposition the license was granted.

The majority of the old licenses were renewed, some few standing over till the adjournment day.

 

From Kentish Gazette 11 September 1860.

SANDWICH. GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING.

Edward Osborn, "Kent Arms," Ramsgate. Objection by owner/occupier of "Maidstone Arms," which within 10 yards of "Kent Arms." License refused.

 

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