Taverns in the 18th century were places for entertainment and indulgence as well as business.
Benjamin Romaine was a New York attorney who at one time was Grand Sachem of the Tammany Society. Tammany Hall was incorporated in 1805. Romaine was one of the first to be removed from his position as City Comptroller owing to malfeasance.
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