Examples of public house in a Sentence
took lodging at a cheap public house in a seedy part of town
visited a public house in London that has been welcoming customers since the time of Charles Dickens
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Where is the reader to turn for more information about the travesty birth, staged in a public house in 1810, in which, with the assistance of a pair of bellows, a man was delivered of a Cheshire cheese?
Bristol Pub Crawl tours taverns and public houses and pours four alcoholic drinks, one at each pub.
According to the Morning Advertiser, the U.K.’s leading trade newspaper for the pub sector, two public houses now close their doors for good every day.
Some of them opened public houses on the merits of their reputation; others took to the stage or the circus.
The pub is owned by Amber Taverns, who reopened in four years ago after the building was previously a public house but had been vacant for a number of years.
The public house, which was previously known as The Oaklands Inn, is reportedly the first to pay homage to Prince Louis.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is set to answer questions about the tariffs at a public House committee hearing Thursday, a day before they are expected to take effect.
At this time, public houses were gathering places for residents and travelers.
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