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To be SOLD, and entered upon immediately. A LL that definable freehold Ettate fituate in Debenham, Suflolk, confiding of a

To be SOLD, and entered upon immediately. A LL that definable freehold Ettate fituate in Debenham, Suflolk, confiding of a

good dwelling-houfc and rtiop, with convenient out-houfes, &c. late in the occu- Richard Rodwell, grocer and draper. For fuithtr particulars apply to Mr. Dykes Alexander #f Needhani-inarket, or of Melf. Fofter and Cooper, attorneys at law in Norwich. HE Creditors of JOHN DUNNE F
25 April 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
s>utrap’s

s>utrap’s

s>u trap’s London, Saturday, March. 18. ■■a, . a ATIDNESDAY in the houfe of com" mons, as foon Sir Charles Whit- A worth had taken the chair of the T W committee. Lord Barrington moved > that the papers on the table, contain>nS account of the army extraor- dinaries for the fervic
04 April 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To be L E T T.

To be L E T T.

A Capital Farm Houle, with barns, (tables, See. and upwards of 400 acres of arable, meadow, and palture grounds, lying together, and tythe free. For further particulars enquire of Mr. Griffith, attorney, Chelmsford, or Mr. Bucier, No. 10, Southampton-row, Bloomfbury, London. Boa
04 April 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
CATTLE willb« taken in ufual atGEDCRAVE Marshes, near Orford in Suffolk, on the of April inrt. Enquire of Henry Bade

CATTLE willb« taken in ufual atGEDCRAVE Marshes, near Orford in Suffolk, on the of April inrt. Enquire of Henry Bade

of Gcdgrave aforefaid. it expeded that the cattle fhould be paid for when taken away. LETT, and Entered upon at Michaelmas next. Or fooner if agreed on with the prefent Tenant, well-known and accuftomed Inn, call’d, J[ The SIX BELLS in Bury St. Edmund’s, now in full bufmefs, the
11 April 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
G.LOUCEST E R S H I R E.

G.LOUCEST E R S H I R E.

G.LOUCEST E R S I R E. r-pO SOLD,—The MANOR of LITTLE HARRINGTON , in the County of Glcucefter, with the tl’.ercto belonging; confiding of a Manfion- Hottfe. and leveral Farms, containing upwards of Acres of Arable, Meadow, and all lying* together within Ring Fences, without any
25 April 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
CROWN INN, Tetswv-irth.

CROWN INN, Tetswv-irth.

THOMAS H E N S beos Leave acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public General, that he has taken and entered the J d'etfu orth, Oxfordfliirc where Pains or Fxjiences ih.dl wanting mnke agreeable to thole who pit,de favour him with their Company, which vvl.level gratefully ackn
25 April 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, (Thursday) April 16.

LONDON, (Thursday) April 16.

HOUSE of COMMONS. Tuesday, April 14. Mr. Temple Luttrell moved that on the 4th of May next, the Houfe fhould go into a Committee of the whole Houfe, to confider the Trade of Africa. The Reafon for this Motion was of the moft important Nature; our African Trade had of late fuffer
17 April 1778 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
E. Foreign News.

E. Foreign News.

i. Paris, March it. The day before yellerday the Count d'Artois, ?? King's you ngeft brother, and the Duke of Bourbon, foil of the Prince of Condc, met in the prefence ol fix noblemen-; when the two princes, drawing their fwords, attacked each other with I'uch fury, that they wo
04 April 1778 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
HOUSE of COMMONS.

HOUSE of COMMONS.

Wednesday, April 15. In the Committee of Supply, Sir Grey Cooper moved, «'. that the Sum of 56,0001. be granted to difcharge the Penfions allowed by Government to thofe Perfons who had fuffered Lofles in America, on Account of their Loyalty to this Country." Col. Barre then move
17 April 1778 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SATURDAY'S POST.

SATURDAY'S POST.

Foreign Intelligence. Vienna, (Germany) March ii. gnW&t&SF^-Jlz^&O^lWk. HE Apprehenfions of a \d^wfC/J&izS&k TH 7 amaz " n g Preparations §_ ?? - eJsA wn -* cn are making there. i ?? gazines are full of Peo- ple, who work Day and Night ; among the reft, upwards of 2000 Bakers ar
03 April 1778 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England