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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Barry Smith and Paul Skelton

Earliest 1845

Odd Fellows Arms

Latest 1852

(Name to)

8 Adrian Street



Later, this became the "Great Mogul Tavern", from between 1852 and 1854. A complication does arise however, because another "Odd Fellows Arms" was reported in Beach Street in 1863-66. Perhaps a desire on the part of somebody to perpetuate the name.


Dover Chronicles 6 February 1847.

Dover Police Court. Yesterday.

Henry Else, alias Sedgwick, mariner, was summoned by Mary Mayne, an "unfortunate," for an assault. Complaint stated that on Sunday morning last, while at the "Oddfellows Arms," Adrian Street, Else abused her and struck her in the mouth. Else did not deny have struck complainant, but, in extenuation of his conduct, said she provoked him by her abusive language, and that a short time since she had robbed his mate.

Fined 1s. and 10s. costs, and, and default, committed to prison for 14 days.


From the Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser, Saturday, 6 February, 1847. Price 5d.


Henry Else, alias Sedgewick, mariner, was charged with an assault on Mary May, who stated that on Sunday, when in the “Odd Fellows' Arms,” he struck her a violent blow in the mouth. Else did not deny the charge, but said, that seeing May with her hands in the pocket of a shipmate he accused her of attempting to rob him, when she made use of such abusive language as led to the assault.

Fines 1s., and 10s. costs; and in default committed to 14 days.




EDMET Mr 1845

PRITCHARD John 1847-52 Bagshaw's Directory 1847


Bagshaw's Directory 1847From Bagshaw Directory 1847


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