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BANKRUP T S.

BANKRUP T S.

Richard Smith, of Ludgate. ftill, t'cachman, Chapman and Dealer in Horfes. Andrew Hidden, of Rochdale, Larcafhirc, Merchant. An- rjliony Giralterai, of London, Mciclrint. Fran is Dring, of St.Peterf- burgh in the Kintrdoni of Rullia, Merchant. William Cofslny, of the dry of Biif
16 January 1748 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
M. Country News

M. Country News

Newcaftle, Jan. 9, We hear from Carlifle, that one White ii com- mitted to Gaol there, on Sufpicion of robbing and murdering his Father, about feven Years ago ; for which to was then taken up and examined, but not committed for Want of Evidence. What Difcoveries are now the Real
16 January 1748 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal

[N°. S n. Saturday, November z6 , 1 748.
26 November 1748 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
F. C O U N T R y N F. w s.

F. C O U N T R y N F. w s.

i. Nsrvzieh. Nov. 12. The Rev. Mr. Fowke, of North- waiiliam, is inftituted to the Reftory of Weftwick in Norfolk, vacant by the Death of tl.c Rev. Mr. Lloyd, ihc laft In- cumbent. Lnft Thurfday 9\r i'liilip Honcywood's Dragoons were reviewed, ai.d made a very handfome Appearanc
26 November 1748 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
_?. FOREIGN NEWS.

_?. FOREIGN NEWS.

?? FOREIGN NEWS. 1. Bruffels, April 1 7. The Train oft heavy Artillery -which is to be employ' d in tbe Siege oft Maeftricht, confifting of 100 Pieces of 24 Pounds and 80 Mortars, ftet out from Namur on ghe ?? 2. Liege, April 17. The Tre-nches tvtrt open' 'd before Maef- tricht t
16 April 1748 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ALL Sbamkn's Widows under the De- A Bounty of g.-ce of a Warrant or Commiflion Officer (that 1. Months is,

ALL Sbamkn's Widows under the De- A Bounty of g.-ce of a Warrant or Commiflion Officer (that 1. Months is,

Petty-Officers an*j Common Sailor; Widows) whofe vvages. Hufbands were either ki led or drowned in his Ma ■ jciiy's Service any Tirae linne the Year 174.1. Alio Mothers of Sons who have beer) Idled or Ditto, for drowned in an Engagement (not dying a natural the Lofs oi Death) an
16 April 1748 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
JPI Sccthwd and trtMM

JPI Sccthwd and trtMM

t. tifinhurr^, My 9. We hsur iliac A Camp will be formed this Summer nra r luveincfs, to confift of the Rfgi- ments flqartcr'd in the North Country.' 2. Dublin, M,?j .j. Yeltirday a Woman bright?. Table- Bed in Bridc'r-Alky, which (he afterward!! fouiid to have Buggs in it, on w
20 May 1749 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
R. !, OND O N, Friday Mcrnin?, May 19. 1. Ihe following is '.he hftripthr or. tin M-i,<tmcnt nf hh

R. !, OND O N, Friday Mcrnin?, May 19. 1. Ihe following is '.he hftripthr or. tin M-i,<tmcnt nf hh

Grace ?? D'uh.e of Jrgyl,, in Wcfiminpr J'>by, tvat fnijhid Yeflerday. lhit-vs, behold, if Patriot fi'&rtb he d,ar, A Shrine that ctriim thy Tributary Tear i Silent that Tongue ttdmirin* S: i.,tes heard', N>rvelefs that 4>m opptfmg Legions fetrd. Kor Irfs, O Campbell, thine the
20 May 1749 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
NORW IC H, May i 3

NORW IC H, May i 3

On Tucfday lall the Artillury-Company of this City en- c.imp'd on Moufhold Heath, and were honoured with the Pretence of the Right Honourable the Lord Unbar!:. The annual Prizes given by the Officers were fliot fur, and won by Mr. H.nry Pattcfon, Mr. Holland, and Mr. F'romow. il
20 May 1749 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
jFrt&ap'o ooff*

jFrt&ap'o ooff*

?? ooff* R Naval A fairs, Court- Martial, &c. i . Yefterday came Advice from Portfmouth, that on Mon- day laft three Dutch Men of War, and three Dutch Priva - teer.% bound on a Cruise againft the French, were arrived at St. Helen's. 2. We hear that the French Court has bought fix
02 January 1748 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England