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The Barley Mow

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  current landlord/landlady: CLOSED
  address: Sheet Street, Windsor town centre
     
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  history: c 1834, run by a Henry Hill who also ran the Brunswick Arms Beer Shop in nearby Brook Street in 1837

Some Selected Reports from The Windsor and Eton Express

24th September 1842
 
Barley Mow Beer Shop Sheet Street

William Hill, a boy, was re-examined on a charge of stealing money from the till of Mr.Hill (his first cousin), of the Barley Mow beer-shop, sheet street.
The prosecutor said he did not wish to proceed against the prisoner who was certainly a very bad youth, and had no doubt frequently robbed him. The magistrates said they had no doubt of the evil propensities of the prisoner.
The mother of the prisoner attended, and said she would take care to send him to her friends at a considerable distance from Windsor.
The magistrates then consented to hand the prisoner over to his mother, accompanied by a reprimand to him as to his future conduct.

 

     
     
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