The Raising of the Old Wellington Inn and Sinclair's Oyster Bar

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The Raising of the Old Wellington Inn and Sinclair's Oyster Bar

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The Raising of the Old Wellington Inn and Sinclair's Oyster Bar
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Charge, J

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A brief account is initially given in the paper of the history of the site, and the planning requirements which led to the decision to lift the buildings. J. Charge

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