History of the Crown Inn on Snow Hill in Birmingham in the county of Warwickshire.

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Some history of the Crown Inn on Snow Hill

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Quotation

William Shakespeare

"Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown."
William Shakespeare

Newspaper Articles

"The trade card exemption system was considered at the adjourned delegate meeting of the different unions affected, held at the Crown Inn, Snow Hill, Birmingham, last evening. Councillor J. Beard announced that he had received a letter from the office of the War Cabinet stating that the question had been under consideration by the Cabinet Committee, and a statement would be made in the course of a few days. Unofficially, he had heard a new system was to be set up modifying trade card exemptions. Ultimately it was decided to postpone action, and in the meantime an interview will be sought with the Prime Minister."
"Trade Cards - Official Statement Expected in Few Days"
Birmingham Daily Gazette : March 29th 1876 Page 5.