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Details of pub: Royal Exchange, St Dogmaels

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Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: "Next door but one to the Ferry Inn"

Notes: 1908
"Royal Exchange, St. Dogmells. Mr W J Williams, solicitor, Cardigan, applied for the renewal of the license of the Royal Exchange, St. Dogmells. The Rev Mr Hughes opposed on the same grounds as in the previous case, and further stated that the house had been put up for auction some time ago, but did not reach the reserve price, and also that at one period it had been untenanted for about nine months. It was structurally unsuitable for a public- house. Constable Thomas deposed to having known the house since Nov. 7th, to having visited it from time to time and to having scarcely ever found anyone in it. There was only one house separating it from the Ferry Inn. There was nothing to prevent persons coming from the river-bank up to this house and getting into the highway above the town without being observed. In reply to Mr Williams, he admitted that there was nothing against the licensee and no convictions against the house. The application was adjourned for the production of plans showing how the premises were constituted." County Echo 13 Feb 1908

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