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Details of pub: Unknown, Lampeter / Llanbedr Pont Steffan

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Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
A trade directory lists the following unidentified places where alcohol might have been sold:
Samuel Edwards, Carrier and Victualler.
David Evan, General accommodator of Foot Travellers.
Charles Edmund Jones, victualler (F), skinner and farmer.
Joseph Jones, Taylor and Victualler.
In addition, it states that 'The Principal inns are the Lion, the Swan and the Three Golden Horseshoes.'
Daniel Evans, victualler, The Ship
John Evans, victualler, Greyhound
David Jenkins (F.) Inn keeper [Three Golden Horseshoes?]
Mary Jones, Victualler (Crown)
Chelton Leigh (F), Auctioneer and Inn keepers (Swan)
Thomas Williams, Auctioneer and Inn keepers (Lion).
Universal British Directory, 1791-1795

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