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Bury St Edmunds Queen's head

Bury St Edmunds Queen's head

Closed before 1840

Southgate St

To be sold, late the Estate of Mr. Thomas Cobbold's in Bury St Edmunds... Lot 3 Another old and well-accustom'd Publick-House, in Southgate Street, known by the Sign of the Queen's head, with three Cottages adjoing. For Particulars, Enquire of Mr. Josiah Harris in Ipswich or Mr. Thomas Andrews on the Premises in Lower Baxter Street.Ipswich Journal, June 11th 1768***

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