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1. The (Old) Fox Inn, Buttermarket Street.


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c1870. The Fox Inn in need of repair licensee shown as James Hewitt. The Inn later took the commonly used name of "The Olde Fox Inn"

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c1890. The Olde Fox Inn looking better for having been repaired, licensee Elizabeth Earl.

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c1900. In 1904 the Olde Fox inn closed it's doors as a public house as it could no longer compete with the the new "Crown & Sceptre" next door, it now housed a tobacconist shop & curiosity shop.

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Not many years remain for The Olde Fox as it was to be dimantled in 1912.

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It was also home to Charles Lee's "Oyster Stores".

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