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Original Text (Annotation: EAW006312 / 1122673)

' This building was a public house which started life as the Weavers Arms and then changed to the Case is Altered. The well known pub sign featured a judge in wig and robes holding a quill. It is believed the name originated from a local court case. At the side was Monument Sreet, there was a monument situated right outside the pub which commemorated the fact there used to be a toll bar there called St Johns bar.The monument was taken down in the early part of the 19th Century. Attached to the wall on the left hand side of the pub was a doorway to a hovel which had a pony in it and next door in another hovel was a shoe repairer called Alf Turner. '