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Ipswich Ship

Ipswich Ship

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Closed :before 1840

Common Key

A very convenient House for Business, on the Common Key in Ipswich called the Ship, with good Stables and Cellers, now in the occupation of Thomas Smith, to be left at Michaelmas or Christmas next. Inquire of Mr Henry Skinner, Merchant, in Ipswich.Ipswich Journal, August 27th & September 3rd 1726***
the Ship on the Common Key, Ipswich, with good Cellars and Stables to be Lett for Publick or Private House. Enquire of Henry Skynner, Merchant in Ipswich.Ipswich Journal, May 27th 1727***
To be sold a Copyhold Messuage or Inn called the Ship, in the Parish of St Peter, in the Possession of Samuel Colson at £8 per Annum.Ipswich Journal, May 21st 1757***
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