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North Carolina Tavern Bonds - Vol 1 (1755-1874)

ByStewart Dunaway

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North Carolina Tavern Bonds - or “Ordinary” bonds, were required in order to obtain a one year license to operate a Tavern or Inn, in North Carolina. An Ordinary also served alcoholic drinks, thus another need to license and control. A true “bar” was called a “tippling house” and these bonds are very rare. Included in this book are the bonds for Orange (84 records), Rowan (10), Bute (15), Mecklenburg & Surry (1 record each), Randolph (1), Carteret (5), Onslow (90), Hyde (2), Chatham, (8) and Guilford County (8 records). Included is a photograph of the original document, and a transcript of its content, dates, and a complete index to assist in research. This book includes an overview of the laws established by England (during Colonial era) including changes to those laws, as well as the transition to American governmental policies.

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Publication Date
Apr 10, 2009
Language
English
Category
History
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Stewart Dunaway

Specifications

Pages
267
Binding
Paperback
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
US Letter (8.5 x 11 in / 216 x 279 mm)

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