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ADVERTISER 27 FEBRUARY 1836
be LET, with immediate possession
that newly-erected MESSUAGE or TENEMENT, called the WATERLOO, or AMERICAN
HOTEL, together with the DWELLING-HOUSE thereunto adjoining, formerly used
as a Spirit Vaults, situate on the westwardly side of the great road and
throughfare, leading from Burslem to Hanley, in the Staffordshire
Premises have been erected within the last three or four years. The Hotel
contains on the ground floor, Commercial-room and large dining-room to the
front; back parlour, roomy entrance, bar, from which there is a direct
communication with spacious wine and ale cellars, an excellent kitchen,
wash-house, also a large billiard room, fitted up in a suitable manner and
detached from the house.
the first floor is an elegant drawing room, and an excellent parlour for
private parties, and the bed rooms are airy and commodious.
is stabling for 12 or 15 horses.
whole of the premises are finished in a most superior style, and possess
every accommodation requisite for conducting business of the first
respectability. The town of Burslem is rapidly improving, and the Hotel is
situate in the centre of a district comprising a population of nearly
seventy thousand inhabitants, which district is daily increasing in
importance. There are coaches to and from London, Liverpool, Manchester,
and Birmingham, which pass the Hotel daily.
above premises might easily be converted into two excellent Messuages, one
for an Inn and the other for a private boarding-house, the latter of which
would be a great convenience for the numerous travellers, whose business
leads them to this part of the country.
Any further information may be obtained (if by letter, post-paid,) on application at the Office of Mr J P HARDING, Solicitor, Overhouse, Burslem.
Dwelling: 144 Waterloo Rd
Census Place: Burslem, Staffordshire, England
Marr | Age | Sex
|Lewis LONGDEN||M 43 M||Head||Kimberley, Nottingham||Licensed Victualler American Hotel|
|Elizabeth LONGDEN||M 38 F||Wife||Codner, Derby|
|Abraham J. LONGDEN||3 M||Son||Moxley, Staffordshire|
|Mary E. LONGDEN||1 F||Daur||Burslem|
|Eliza M. LAKIN 1||6 F||Serv||Blyth Bridge, Staffordshire||Gen Serv|