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Details of pub: David Williams, Silian (p)

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Address/Location: Pwllycwarry/Pwllcware SA48 8AB
OS Grid Ref: SN5590250696
Opened: c.      
Closed: 1873       Type: Unlicenced
Summary: Summoned for selling beer without a licence

Notes: 1873
"Excise.-David Williams, of Pwllycwarry, was charged by Mr Samuel Belton (Inland Revenue Officer) with selling beer without a licence. Defendant admitted the charge and was fined £5, with a recommendation that the same be reduced to £2." AO 24 May 1873

"Selling Beer without a Licence.-A return of nulla bona having been made to a warrant of distress issued against the goods of one David Williams, of Pwll Quarry, who had been fined for selling beer without a licence, the defendant was committed to prison. On Saturday morning defendant (who is an old man of 70 years and a pauper) was on his way to Cardigan, in the custody of the police, when some charitably disposed persons took compassion upon him and paid the fine and costs, so he was liberated." CN 28 Dec 1877

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