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was intrpdneed to h 1:. Majelky, at St. James's, and gracioufly received. We hear that it is already fettled th

was intrpdneed to h 1:. Majelky, at St. James's, and gracioufly received. We hear that it is already fettled th

sr General Howe is to have the vacant Omer of the Bath which was Lord Onflow's. , General Sullivan, taken Prifoner by the King's Troops, was an Attorney, and only laid down the Pen for the St * vord about eight Months ago, tho' now a General. The folloiving reesivediroas a le Ca
15 October 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
iro) ram't.,47 403, W:v1); ASZILris r,34 17i:4'v' • ,r,Vli7lo23.lrisiiik

iro) ram't.,47 403, W:v1); ASZILris r,34 17i:4'v' • ,r,Vli7lo23.lrisiiik

ram't.,4 7 W: v 1); ASZILris 1 7i:4'v' • ,r,Vli7lo23.lrisiiik MILL:' MEDICINE; are fold by +be P; here f. By His Majetly's Royal Let:tors i':.tent. The Genuine POUDKE UNIQUE, Is appointed by the Proprietor, the Chev. Dc MOU• CHET, to be fold at A. GRAN l"s, Stationer, Bridges-Str
15 October 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
Pentir Hunt. THE COMPTROLLER will think himfcli happy the Company of the Members of Pentir-Hunt en Monday the 4 la

Pentir Hunt. THE COMPTROLLER will think himfcli happy the Company of the Members of Pentir-Hunt en Monday the 4 la

of November next, at the ufoal Place o Mee d. H. STODART, C- Troller.
29 October 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
An Ordinance for erellins Salt works in this Cola ny, and for encouraging the making of Salt. An Ordinance for

An Ordinance for erellins Salt works in this Cola ny, and for encouraging the making of Salt. An Ordinance for

eltablifiiing a board of Commiffioners, to fuperintend and direct the naval Affairs of this Colony. An Ordinance for augmenting the ninth Regiment of regular Forces, providing for the better defence of this Colony, and for railing fix Troops of Horfe. An Ordinance to fupply cert
01 October 1776 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
SUFFOLK.

SUFFOLK.

. , T© be LETT imrifttdlately. ConWnient Set Granaries over the Cheefe and Butter Warehoufe upon the Common Quay, Ip. hukhi the whole premifes to be fold, including the cheefe aid butter warchoufe. Enquire of Mr. John Kirby, ■ Ipfwich. "INOCULATION, Ipfwicb. THE Application of m
12 October 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
NOR WICH FIRST SUBSCRIPTION BALL, will held Hoist, 'l (.October 29, DAVID COLOMBINE, Efq. Steward, . —r ■' 11 ■

NOR WICH FIRST SUBSCRIPTION BALL, will held Hoist, 'l (.October 29, DAVID COLOMBINE, Efq. Steward, . —r ■' 11 ■

■ ''; "'■ JollowinfT Publications be had" BeAtniffe in Norwich, Day is publijhed, - Que Pound Five Shilling Handfxiteely primed in Five Volumes .-©ftavo, a. Head the Author, the'W'erlt and a copious index, The «d Wheeled, X PfHUIJOkiHICAL and.>OLmC*AL HIS- SETTLE:MgNTS and UKOPE
26 October 1776 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
COLCHESTER

COLCHESTER

STATE LOTTERY-OFFICE, 1776- TICKETS and Shares of Tickets arc now felling in halves, qua- ters, eighths, fixteeuths and thirty-leconds, by W. KE YMEK, at his office oppofite the Three Cops, where the ticket. No. 35,578 was fold and drawn a prize of 1, in the lottery 1772, and No
26 October 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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E. London, 'Thurfdayy Oft. 17. 1. The accounts in feveral of the papers ofNew- York being taken, arc all void of foundation. The Price frigate failed the Bth of Sept, and the Hide the 9th, at which time preparations were only then making for the attack; fuppofed they would land
19 October 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Anecdote. Lord Harcourt, the prefent Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, arriving late in the evening in Dublin-harbour, and meeting no fit

Anecdote. Lord Harcourt, the prefent Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, arriving late in the evening in Dublin-harbour, and meeting no fit

accommodation for him and his fuite at his landing place, fet off, after refrefhing thcmfclves, for the caftle, where they did not arrive till midnight. Lord Townfhend, who only ftaid in Ireland to receive him, was at this period with half a dozen convivial friends over a bottle
05 October 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be SOLD by AUCTION, By HENRY STEWA R D, On Tuesday, October 8, and the Remainder, if any, will

To be SOLD by AUCTION, By HENRY STEWA R D, On Tuesday, October 8, and the Remainder, if any, will

be difpofed of the following Day, THE Farming, Live and Dead Stock, belonging to Mrs. HARRINGTON of Whepftcad-hall near Bury; confiftingofdairy and brewingutenfds; at fine milch cows, heifers, and a year-old bull, fleers, 12 Scot beads very forward ; a brown bay done-horfe, very
05 October 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England