Michael Foard who was Chief Officer of the Tamar Steamer placed an advertisement in the Sydney Gazette in 1839 requesting the return of mail. It may have been the same Michael Foard who was granted a publican's license for the Globe Inn in 1841 and 1842.
Michael Foard of the Globe Inn died in November 1842 after a long and painful illness. His widow Elizabeth Foard was granted the publican's license for the Globe Inn in 1843, 1844 and 1845.
Elizabeth Foard was seriously injured early in 1843 when the gig she was driving was overturned down a hill near Mr. McCurdy's offices. She was thrown from the gig and being unable to walk was carried into on the the neighbouring houses. 
When she died in 1845 aged 39, the license for the Globe Inn was taken out by William Thomas Brazil 
William Brazill ran the Inn for some time on the agreement to pay Henry Fisher a weekly rent of £2. Fisher was administrator in the estate of Elizabeth Foard and when Brazill failed to pay the rent Fisher took out a warrant to have Brazill evicted from the premises. The warrant was issued in June 1848.
The Globe Inn was advertised for sale in February 1849. It had been recently thoroughly repaired and painted. There was an extensive bar, two parlours, tap room, travellers' room, six bedrooms servants, room 4 stall stable and out houses; there was a good cellar and a large enclosed yard. The property adjoined the Hunter River Steam Navigation Company's wharf and was considered in an excellent position for business commanding a trade that could not help but make a fortune.