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Branwhite, Rowland brewery

To be sold, an exceeding and good-accustomed Publick-House call'd the Shoulder of Mutton in Lavenham, now in the Occupation of Mr. George Blowers (alias my Lord Moon) with the common Brewing-Office and compleat Utensils for brewing 18 Combs of Malt, Store-houses, Granaries and Stables adjoining to the same; Likewise, the Sign of the Anchor, now in the Occupation of Mr. Wm. Mills. Also to be sold, a large Dwelling House, with the Yards and Buildings, formerly known by the Name of the Red Lyon, in the Market-Place, in the said Town, now in the Occupation of Mr. Edmund Jacob and Mr. John Smith, with two Tenements adjoining. Likewise, the Sign of the Rose and Crown in Bread-Street, Long Melford, occupied by Jon Stribling, the Stock in the Common Brewhouse, Beer, with 300 Comb of fine Malt, is to be sold. (The sales appear to have been triggered by the death of Rowland Branwhite, Common Brewer).Ipswich Journal, 03 Oct 1772***