History of Lichfield in the county of Staffordshire

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Some history of Lichfield

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Lichfield's Bore Street with the Tudor Café, Donegal House and the Guildhall [c.1966]

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Lichfield Market Place [c.1934]

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Newspaper Articles

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Lichfield Mercury : March 9th 1891 Page 4.

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Lichfield Mercury : March 9th 1891 Page 4.

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Lichfield Pubs

Worthington's India Pale Ale

Ansell's - The Better Beer

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Banks's Imperial Old Ale

Caution When Ordering Bass

Ansell's Mild Playing Card

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Marston's Mello Stout

Be an Ansell's Bitterman

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Lichfield Mercury : September 14th 1868 Page 8

Mitchell's and Butler's Traditional Cask Ales

Marston's Pedigree

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Lichfield Mercury : September 14th 1868 Page 8

Ansell's Bittermen - You Can't Beat 'Em

Bass Pale Ale in a Bottle

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Lichfield Mercury : September 14th 1868 Page 8

Mitchell's and Butler's Brew XI Beer Mat

That's Worth a Worthington

A Double Diamond Works Wonders

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Quotation

Samuel Johnson

"I have heard him assert, that a tavern chair was the throne of human felicity."
Samuel Johnson

Newspaper Articles

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Lichfield Mercury : July 30th 1859 Page 11.

Mitchell's and Butler's Cape Ale

Ansell's Newcrest Stout

Banks's Brown Ale Beer Mat

Ansell's Special Pale Ale

Bar Parlour Stained Glass

Beer is Best Poster

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