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Dew Drop, 14 Butcher Row

Alternative Addresses:Bull Ring
These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
1704?DOG
1802c1822CHICKEN
c18221841DOG
18411934SPOTTED DOG / YE OLDE SPOTTED DOG
1868PEEPING TOM VAULTS
c1876DEW DROP
Photo The Spotted Dog, 12-13 Bull Ring. Image from the Trinity Lodge website. This is quite a popular pub name. It is a pun, Dew Drop Inn meaning 'do drop in'. The name changed from the PEEPING TOM in c1876. In 1879 St. Michael's bell ringers are reported to have adjourned to the house of Mr Horsfall, the steeple keeper, the Dew Drop, Bull Ring, for refreshments. In 1881 it was owned by Thomas Henry White and in 1890 it was purchased by Phipps of Northampton. They bought the Dew Drop and the shop and house adjoining for £650 in 1890 from Messrs Edors. It closed c1912.

LICENSEES:

1876 Charles Foxem 1876 Lucy Mullen 1879 Charles Horsfall 1881 H. French 1886 - 1905 Charles Clarke 1909 - 1912 Edward Thomas Horton

OWNERS:

1881 Thomas Henry White 1890 Messrs Edors 1890 - 1898 Phipps of Northamprton
Dew Drop
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