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Receipt from the Tontine Inn, Haymarket

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Receipt from the Tontine Inn, Haymarket

Built 1785and probably the largest public house in Sheffield at the time. with 12,000 sq foot of banqueting hall on the 2nd floor. It had stabling for 60 horses and its own brewery; cottages for the footmern were built behind the Hotel. It was one of the three main coach departure centres for routes all over England ,; the others were The Angel, Snig Hill and The Kings Head, Change Alley. Demolished in 1851 to make way for the Old Norfolk Market Hall For more information see: Sheffield Public Houses, Michael Liversidge Ref: 728.5 SQ Tontine Inn from the Sheffield Courant 1828 Ref: 942.74 S

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