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F O L K. T ' ,rßp *^, Road from SUDBURY to BURY. HE General Meeting of the Truftee: for the faid Road, TueSv S in ® Ury St * Tuefday the 2d day of June next, at ‘Twelve o'clock at noon. Tut? n rr, IPSWICH, May as. "r «7 0A . L Trade » &c - carried on at the Yard Mr. JOHN FOWLER,
23 May 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
PAPER HANGINGS. W. DEER from London (many years foreman to Mr. Chew Piccadilly) begs leave to acquaint his friends and

PAPER HANGINGS. W. DEER from London (many years foreman to Mr. Chew Piccadilly) begs leave to acquaint his friends and

the public in general, That he has taken a (hop near the Conduit in Tavern-(Vrcet, Ipfwich, where the nohility and gent y may rely upon being f-i vtd with every article in the paper hanging branch, as cheap as in London, and of the newtft patterns; alfo, rooms, halls, and ceilin
23 May 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
FermiJfi'jtt of the RexttrenJ the Vice-Chancellor, W HIT E N’s OLD COACH carry Six PalTeugcrs, Six Days Week, to and

FermiJfi'jtt of the RexttrenJ the Vice-Chancellor, W HIT E N’s OLD COACH carry Six PalTeugcrs, Six Days Week, to and

fioin London, SETS out from the Coach-Office, oppofitc Queen’s College, Oxford, every Morning at Seven Clock, to the New Inn, in the Old Hailey, London ; and returns from thence for Oxford, every Morning at the lame Hour, to the Coach Office in the High-Street. Prices as ulhal.—
16 May 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
OXrO R D, 9th May, 1778.

OXrO R D, 9th May, 1778.

D, 9th May, 1778. Executors of the late Mr. Alderman Aufrin, of Oxford, Mctctr, find tlicmfclvcs under a N'crcffity of informing all thofe who have not diichargtd tlie fiveral Sums in which they ftood indebted to the laid Mr. Auftin at the Tirac his Dtcca/c, that being compelled
09 May 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TURNPIKE TOLLS to he LETT.

TURNPIKE TOLLS to he LETT.

TURNPIKE TOLLS to LETT. "VTOTICE is hereby given. That the Toils ruifing the Toll-Gate called P.irto-Bcllo Gate, the Turnpike Roads the County of Warwick, will lie left Audtioii, to the bell Bidder, the (oufc fames Leach, called or known the Name the George Inn, in dtow-on-thc Wo
09 May 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
DOMIT I A N,

DOMIT I A N,

DOMIT I N, COVER, at Twelve Guineas a MARE W and Guinea to the Groom, at Rycott, near Tetfworth, in Oxfoidlbire. At the fame Place, the High-flying PONTIFEX, Ten Guineas a Marc, and Guinea to flic Gioom. TRANS IT at the fame Place, Five Guineas Mare, and Guinea the Gioom. The Mon
09 May 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
GLOCESTER MUSIC MEETING.

GLOCESTER MUSIC MEETING.

THE Meeting of the THREE CHOIRS Gloctfter, Worccfhr, and Hereford, will be held at Olocdlcr, on Wednefday the Ninth of September, and the two following Days. Particulars this Meeting will be published in tome future Paper. Wii.i.iam Bromley Chester, Efq. , The Rev. Mr. Stewards.
30 May 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
NEW INN, OXFORD,

NEW INN, OXFORD,

RICHARD WOOD, begs Leave to inform his Friends ami the Public, who have ufed the above llonfc, 'Chat upon Mr. Guidkn’s declining Hnfinefs in his Favour, has entered upon the NEW INN, where he humblv hopes a Continuance thole Favours hitherto conferred on his Predcucllor; where t
30 May 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, (Thursday) May 21.

LONDON, (Thursday) May 21.

This Day an Account arrived at Kew Lloyd's CofFee-Houfe, that the Princefs Royal, of 90 Guns, on board of which Admiral Byron is to hoift his Flag, failed on Tuefday laft from Portf- mouth for Plymouth, in Company with the In- vincible and ten other fine Ships of 74 Guns each. S
22 May 1778 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
GAINSBOROUGH, May 25.

GAINSBOROUGH, May 25.

Coasters arrived. Hope, Richard Roper, from Whitehaven, with Slates j Providence, Roger Dawfon, from London, with Groceries. Minerva Tender, Captain Tyas, from Whitby. Coasters sailed. Reward, Leonard Town, for London, with Crates, Nails, Lead, Sec. Bifhop Blaze, King Wiles, for
22 May 1778 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England