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B. Foreign News. i. Extrsfl «f letter fre-n A*>jirrd,:n, f>f*l *?• About two o’clock this day, the folio 'ittg account

B. Foreign News. i. Extrsfl «f letter fre-n A*>jirrd,:n, f>f*l *?• About two o’clock this day, the folio 'ittg account

was received trorr. the Hague : ycllcr‘ day general review, Several loaded arms were difehargei from the Swifs corps. The great favourite, the Duke olfenbutuc, rc‘ ceived through the heel of his C’.oc. A captain of the guards is dangeroufly wottnu‘ ed, and many perlons the held
08 June 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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31 August 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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11 May 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
JOHN SPARK.

JOHN SPARK.

At the DULL INN at BRANDON, Tikes this t any Opportunity of informing Ink nr", now carries on the Rufinc ■ lor Jl ihit Mother being late etefore would (.nr. beg Leave to the ConrlniMnce hi. Fii i.,)» .uni toteter Culloniers to the I'- ufe. —He vill L'ld his ntmofi Lndeavours to
16 February 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 

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• • S'lT t 'L-(K-. > TURN ROADS- BURY NEWMARK.ET THE next Meeting of the Trullctf for ine faid Roa-H,

• • S'lT t 'L-(K-. > TURN ROADS- BURY NEWMARK.ET THE next Meeting of the Trullctf for ine faid Roa-H,

v»i!i a- the Writs H*«sf Inn m Sa .*, ••, Sa bat the Ofiaher irltant, o’Cloek hefote Nix-o. 4, 1 - 7 ;. TURNPiKF. frnm-SCOL-E BURY. - , HE next Meetir.e of the Troilees will 1 tld iheC.owN B9Yss'dall oitThijxec.aT the i 7th Inlfant, of the Clock the Forenoon * which i aie and Pl
05 October 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
S. Thcfentcr.ce of the court martial at Mi- I Lord G. L. is laid to this ctleel, I via. That

S. Thcfentcr.ce of the court martial at Mi- I Lord G. L. is laid to this ctleel, I via. That

he make public fubmifllon to I General Moylton, the governor, for his impro- I v>er conduct him, and that the fame enter- I «.d the publick orders. The latter part of the I feniencc, hear, Majclly has b-_tn plcafcd I to remit, and that the fubmiluon be n.ade to the I General in
27 July 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SATURDAY, May 25, 1771.

SATURDAY, May 25, 1771.

ney, f.ealipg a gold watch other things- John M Donald, for fteaTing about 100 i. in money, the property of J Hoghes, in h.s houle, the near Wellclole fljinre, where atd another who perfonated a farmer, were entertained guefts. Mr. Robert Powell, for ptrfonating Mr. Taylor Barro
25 May 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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26 January 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
B. Foreign News.

B. Foreign News.

t. According to letters from Franck, no left than thirty bridges and upwards of hundred houfes, have been thrown down by the late inundations, in the province of Touraine alone; befldcs numbers more, which are greatly damaged, that it is irnpoffible they can hand. Upwards fifty
05 January 1771 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England