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Details of pub: Drovers Arms, Penuwch
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1876 Landlord Nathaniel Evans
"David Jones, Fforest, Caron, was charged with being at the Drover's Arms, Nantcwnlle, on the 9th October. Defen- dant did not appear. He was represented by his brother, who said the defendant had been up at two o'clock a.m. on the previous day, and was sleepy. P.S. Roberts said he saw the defendant sleeping at the Drovsr's Arms. He drew the landlord's attention, and when defendant was partly awakened he muttered huskily "Llanfihangel." The case was dismissed.-The landlord, Nathaniel Evans was summoned for permitting drunkenness on the same occasion. Mr Lloyd withdrew the charge on an intimation from the Bench" CN 3 Nov 1876Additional information