Black Bull

Charles & Brisbane Street

1826 Robert Marr, Black Bull, Launceston
1827 Robert Marr, Black Bull, Charles Street
Became King’s Arms?

St. Andrew’s Day.-A similar Meeting to that which took place at the British Hotel, was observed by the Sons of Caledonia, at Launceston, at the Inn kept by Mr. Marr, at the sign of the Black, Bull. The Meeting was respectably and well attended. The dinner was excellent; the usual toasts and sentiments were drank ; and the room was decorated with the Thistle, Hose, and Shamrock, gracefully entwined.
Colonial Times, 8 December 1826

CRIMINAL COURT LAUNCESTON
Thursday.
William Stopford was found guilty of forging and offering as true, a forged receipt for cattle, with intention to defraud Mr. Marr of the Black Bull.
Hobart Town Courier, 3 November 1827

Hobart Town Courier, 5 July 1828
Hobart Town Courier, 5 July 1828

Hobart Town Courier. 4 October 1828
Hobart Town Courier. 4 October 1828

Launceston Advertiser, 3 August 1829
Launceston Advertiser, 3 August 1829

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