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NORFOLK.

NORFOLK.

To be SO L by Prlv at Contract, By Mcflis. CHRISTIE and SELL, Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, confiding of the MAN OR MaTTISHAIL MuCNTNtY, with all the immunities thereunto belonging of the yearly value (comniunibus annis) of Twenty-three Pounds. And capital farm confiding of upwards
12 September 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
s U F F' o L It .

s U F F' o L It .

s U F F' o . BOXFORD, f'ept. z, 17;*._ THE Governors ofthe Free Grammar School Boxford, jre deli red to meet the Ficece in Boxfoid the iSth inll. to choofi a Warden in the room of the lat* John Gordon, Efq; and to fill the other vacancies. To be SOLD by AUCTION By JOHN ll' E R an
12 September 1778 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
STATE LOTTERY, 1778.

STATE LOTTERY, 1778.

NICHOLSON’S Old State Lottery Office, the King’s Aims, No. 103, Cotnhill, London, (remarkable for felling and dividing into Shaies the capital in the j laft and former Lotteries) hcenfed purfuant the Aft I Parliament foi the prefect Lottery for the Sale Tickets and 1 Shaies, and
12 September 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
STAR INN, OXFORD, Augutt ij, 1778. WHEREAS it has been malicioufly reported the btar Inn, in the Coni-Murket, Oxford, was

STAR INN, OXFORD, Augutt ij, 1778. WHEREAS it has been malicioufly reported the btar Inn, in the Coni-Murket, Oxford, was

fh«t up, Mrs. Stuart being obliged to leave Hulinefs, wiiidi was detrimental to her and her Family ; but, k<l the alrove Report ftiould not have the Jefired it now let abroad, that her Houle fo full the Oentlctnen, who are Officers in the Oxtordlhirc Militia, that can entertain
05 September 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
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26 September 1778 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
WEDNESDAYS POST.

WEDNESDAYS POST.

LONDON, ( Monday ) Sept. 14. ?? ESTERDAY Morning an Exprefs arrived vl^*^""""" C^i_H'sr at L-rd Germaine's Office from Lord €*^a Howe, and General Clinton, with Dif- V X* P atcr,es °f great Importance, which were **■ -B^ immediately forwarded to his Majefty. — i£*fti_. ?? ?? a P
11 September 1778 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Extra£l of a Letter from Chatham, Sept. 24.

Extra£l of a Letter from Chatham, Sept. 24.

?? The repairing and enlarging of the Lines here, is the continual Theme ; as the Men are indefatigable, fo much fo, that we almoft begin to conceive there is too much Reafon for Expe- dition. ** Yefterday upwards of 600 Men belonging to the different Regiments in thefe Barracks
25 September 1778 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
/.London, Saturday, Augufl 29.

/.London, Saturday, Augufl 29.

A. _ vAE are very glad to inform the pub- ▼S^T lie, that Vice, Admiral Montagu, ,T \\l V efterhaving refilled the violent gale, > A A tnat Proved lo unfortunate to Ad- ? , . JL miral Byron's fquadron, arrived - $V" < ? ), V without injury at St. John's New- foundlard, on the 25t
05 September 1778 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The following is the Copy ofa Letter from Boft on to.an American Gentlemen at Paris, dated YBcJlon,.Aupufl io.

The following is the Copy ofa Letter from Boft on to.an American Gentlemen at Paris, dated YBcJlon,.Aupufl io.

The following is the Copy ofa Letter from B oft on to an American Gentlemen at Paris, dated YBcJlon, Aupufl io. « c Since I wrote to you this Morning by the Brune, Monf. Lampriere, bound for Breft, two French Frigates brought in here five Englifli Tranfports, all richly laden. Th
25 September 1778 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
E. Country News.

E. Country News.

E. Count ry News. 1. Southampton, Aug. 29. A few days ago, Capt. Wallis, of the Role cutter, drought into this port a French lug-fail boat, with 18 men, 16 fwivel guns, and a large elicit of imall arms, which lie took off Beachy Head. Capt Kerhy from jerley fell in (In a fog in t
05 September 1778 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England