Politics - The Globe Public House - Alan Williams - London
Landlord Roy Whiteaker looks on as Alan Williams (foreground), Minister of State for Prices and Consumer Protection, enjoys a drink at The Globe public house in Lisson Grove, London. The Minister was on hand to see how drinks' prices are being displayed after the order requiring prices of drinks on licensed premises to be clearly indicated came into effect.
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George Inn, Botley CC97_02370
GEORGE INN, Botley, Oxfordshire. View from Seacourt Stream showing a group outside the George Inn, Beating the Bounds - a traditional ceremony which evolved during the reign of Elizabeth I, and involves beating the parish boundary stones with willow sticks in 1892. Henry Taunt.
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Ale, Beer, Inn, Leisure, People, Pub, Public House, Recreation, Victorian
Chelsea Pensioners with 'black jacks', London, c1901 (1901). Artist: Unknown
Chelsea Pensioners with 'Black Jacks', London, c1901 (1901). Pensioners at The Royal Chelsea hospital with two 5 gallon 'black jacks', leather jugs formerly used for bringing ale up to the Great Hall from the beer cellar below. From Living London, Vol. 1, edited by George R. Sims. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1901]
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