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1 How did the Londonderry Hotel get the name "The Parrot"? (1948) 24
2 Licence withdrawn - Dene Cottage Inn, Marlbo' House, Zetland Hotel, Royal Oak Inn (1931) 45
3 The Magistrates consider the licences of each Public House in Seaham Harbour (1906) 184
4 Club for discharged and demobilised soldiers and sailors opened at Park House (1921) 73
5 Beer and spirits to be rationed in Seaham pubs (1919) 69
6 The Comrades of the Great War Club opened by Lord Londonderry (1920) 61
7 Full licence granted for the Londonderry Hotel (1909) 79
8 Lord Londonderry announces enlargement of Seaham Harbour Conservative Club (1895) 85
9 Lord Londonderry opens New Seaham Conservative Club (1895) 86
10 Have a drink in Seaham Harbour (1890) 108
11 Cock fighting at the Times Inn (1881) 112
12 Accounts and Balance Sheet of The Labour Club (1971) 202
13 The tale of the Seaham Licensing Signs 190
14 Matthew Patton is new landlord of the Londonderry Arms (1830) 253
15 Sale of Londonderry Arms Inn, brewery and shops (January 1844) 249
16 Sale of the Golden Lion Inn at Seaham Harbour (November 1834) 268
17 Sale of The Londonderry Arms (February 1832) 293
18 Appeal from a regular of Adam and Eve Public House (1911) 659
19 Licence granted for George Hotel, Deneside (February 1935) 327
20 Sale of The Duke of Wellington (March 1868) 479
 
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