Intoxicating liquors (licenses refused). Return of the number of victuallers', beerhouse, and other licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquors, the renewal of which has been refused, in the year 1886 and four preceding years, by the justices of the peace in each licensing district in England and Wales, showing in each case the ground of refusal, especially when such ground was, in any instance, that the license was not required; and showing also the result of appeal, if any.

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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons [Browse]
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English
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Cambridge [Eng.] : Proquest LLC, 2006.
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Transcribed from: Intoxicating liquors (licenses refused). Return of the number of victuallers', beerhouse, and other licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquors, the renewal of which has been refused, in the year 1886 and four preceding years, by the justices of the peace in each licensing district in England and Wales, showing in each case the ground of refusal, especially when such ground was, in any instance, that the license was not required; and showing also the result of appeal, if any. 1889 (131) LX.715: Original Publisher details.
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Vol.LX.715, 42 pp.
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  • Return of Number of Refusals of Renewal of Victuallers, Beerhouse and other Licences for Sale of Intoxicating Liquors, 1882-86
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