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Ipswich Cyder House

Ipswich Cyder House

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Closed :before 1840

The only references we currently have for these premises are reports in two editions of the Ipswich Journal:

To be left, the Ipswich Cyder House, late in the occupation of Isaac Peacock, Cyder Merchant, Deceased. 'Tis a well accustomed house, the greatest part new built, with brick and sashed, with a large Cellar room, Outhouses, Stable and other conveniences and is to be left with or without a well planted Orchard of Trees full grown. Enquire of Dr Beeston.Ipswich Journal, August 14th & 21st 1725***

(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

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