Horse & Jockey (2)

York Street, southern side between Charles and St John St. Google Maps.

1845-48 Robert Radford, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1848-50 Henry Godfrey, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1851-52 Joseph Dyson, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1853 Joshua Carr, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1854-56 John How(e), Horse and Jockey, York Street
1856-59 Joshua Carr, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1859-62 Jane Carr, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1863 Elizabeth Sarah Reid, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1864-65 Thomas Barrett, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1866 William Dean, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1866 Martin Blake, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1867-74 Thomas Bruff, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1874-78 Mary Jane Bruff, Horse and Jockey, York Street
1879 refused


[Over Christmas] Godfrey, of “The Horse and Jockey,” asserts his intention of opening his new and capacious dancing room which will be brilliantly illuminated with variegated lamps, and as he has secured the services of an efficient band, the admission to the room on that evening being gratis, there is every probability that it will be well attended.
Cornwall Chronicle, 22 December 1849

Examiner, 20 November 1855
Examiner, 20 November 1855

Public-House Lamps.–George Horder, of the Butchers’ Arms hotel, Bathurst-street, and Wm. Dean, of the Horse and Jockey, York-street, were charged by the Superintendent of Police with failing to keep their street lamps burning during the night The Superintendent of Police informed the Bench that in laying the information he had not done so with a view to ask the infliction of any penalty, but merely to caution the publicans to attend to their lights. Horder had been warned several times lately, and the Magistrates said that Dean had been reported frequently within the last two months, although no information had been laid against him. In both cases a penalty of 5s with costs was inflicted.
Launceston Examiner, 11 July 1866

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