Horse & Jockey (1)

1823 Alexander Waddle
1824 Mr Alex Waddle, Horse and Jockey
1826 Alex Waddle, Horse and Jockey, Launceston
1829 A. Waddle, Horse & jockey, Sand hill.
1830-33 Edward & Sarah Bailey
1834+ John Scott

Colonial Times, 7 July 1826
Colonial Times, 7 July 1826

CT 9 May 1828
Colonial Times, 9 May 1828

LA 6 September 1830
Launceston Advertiser, 6 September 1830

Hobart Town Courier, 4 June 1831
Hobart Town Courier, 4 June 1831

LA 3 October 1833
Launceston Advertiser, 3 October 1833

LA 16 October 1834
Launceston Advertiser, 16 October 1834

The other is William Weire, born in the north of Ireland, and educated for the bar. Like Sheridan, he was brilliant, volatile, and witty. For a number of years he was engaged in the office of Mr Henry Jennings, solicitor, of this town. I believe I am now the only one who can recollect the wits who used to gather round the table in the parlor of the old Horse and Jockey, kept by the late Alexander Waddle, at the corner of George and Patterson-streets.
Daily Telegraph, 23 August 1884

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