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City, 45-46 Thomas Street (Spicer)

Address:45-46 Thomas Street
Became:Albion Tavern
In the 1841 census Charles Spicer is 40 and a publican at the Albion Tavern. By 1851 he is 57 and a victualler in Leicester Row. From 1835 it was The Beerhouse, Thomas Street. This had a public house license from 1841 when it became the Albion Tavern. In 1903 it was leased by Phillips & Marriott for ?19 per anum from Mrs Salmon and then purchased in 1911 for ?950. In 1962 it was closed during the widescale redevelopement of the area.

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1835 Charles Spicer
City, 45-46 Thomas Street (Spicer)
Street plan of 1893
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