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At that time it was said to be the largest pool in the south of England. Mark Tuck was on the receiving end of the final use of the stocks in England, which were located near Newbury's cloth hall, now the museum.
According to a contemporary account, “Mark Tuck, a rag and bone dealer, who for several years had been well known as a man of intemperate habits, and upon whom imprisonment in Reading gaol had failed to produce any beneficial effect, was fixed in the stocks for drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the Parish Church on Monday evening.
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