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DEATHS. Sir Charles Bunbury, Bart. Member of Parliament for the City of Chefter : He is fucceeded in Honour and

DEATHS. Sir Charles Bunbury, Bart. Member of Parliament for the City of Chefter : He is fucceeded in Honour and

Eftate by his only Brother, now Sir William Bunbury, Bart. Vicar of Mildenhall in Suffolk. Henry Lord Vifcount St. John, Baron St. John of Batterfea. The Rev. Mr. Weft, Rector of Gaflan in Suffex. Edmund Tigh, Efq; in the Strand. The Lady of William Seymour, Efqj of Noyle in Wil
17 April 1742 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IPSWICH: PRiNTED/or VV.Cra ight o n, Bookfeller, near the Butter-Market ; ?? S. Wa ts on, Bookfeller in ßv RY;

IPSWICH: PRiNTED/or VV.Cra ight o n, Bookfeller, near the Butter-Market ; ?? S. Wa ts on, Bookfeller in ßv RY;

W. Eaton Biokfeiler in Yarmouthjand J. IC e n d a l l, BukfiUer w Colchester; fy wfow Mvertifemnn arc taken in* ( rr/tt l wo-l ence.y .
17 April 1742 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
From the London Evening Post, Jan. 23.

From the London Evening Post, Jan. 23.

Since our laft arrived a Mail from Holland. Pct:rsbnrz, Jan. 4. lßßSZL^iL^jp=ag| E talk here ofa great Refor- JBB||feL^^^gm mation of Religion, and cow, in the Month of Much next, in which Af- fcmbly feveral Abufes will be fuppretTed. Naples, Jan. 4. His Catholick Majefty being
1 February 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From tht London Evening Post, Jan. 25.

From tht London Evening Post, Jan. 25.

Vienna, ?? We hive .ccrvcA Advice, that a ii ;.ly ot ?? palled lately near Be- y (kin on the F > tiers of ilun.'.i • , c( iriin .1 Tr.iinof ioo P'eccs; ot Canno'i deli ncd'fu. llV- n;a. Tni-.Stcpol :hc Ottoin in Cmm gives us no li.tie Alarm, arid but ve/y littje Reafon to trull
1 February 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the General Evening Post, Jan. 28.

From the General Evening Post, Jan. 28.

Hague, Feb. i. THere is no Talk at this Place of liis Excel- lency Mr. Walpole's Departure for England, which we take for a certain Proof, be has not yet got the full Rcfolmions of the feveral Powers, to carry to his Court. In reality, the moft penetra- ting Minifters in this Co
1 February 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From Wye* and other Letters, Jan. 28.

From Wye* and other Letters, Jan. 28.

Yefterday the Lords heard Part of a Caufe, and are to proceed thereon again To-Day, be- tween the Lord Mayor and Citizens of London, Appellants, and Mr. Perkins and other Cheefe- Factors, Refpondents, relating to the Toll de- manded by the Citjt for Weighing of Checfe by the Wat
1 February 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Extrail of a Letter from Calais, Jan. 30.

Extrail of a Letter from Calais, Jan. 30.

A fmall Vcflel of between 40 and 60 Ton, thought to be a Brigantine, was drove afhore on this Coaft, and fplitin 5 Pieces, all the Men be- in" drowned, and no Papers found on board that dilcover to what Port fhe belongs j fome Part of her Rigging «s fayed : There was on her Rud-
1 February 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
hBV c a s il n u k ot! I v ?? c ; Printed ?? Sold by John White,

hBV c a s il n u k ot! I v ?? c ; Printed ?? Sold by John White,

in Pilgrim-itrecL
1 February 1735 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
prom the WmxiKAtt Evening Post, Oft. %%.

prom the WmxiKAtt Evening Post, Oft. %%.

prom the WmxiKAtt Evening Post, Oft. ?? Since our laft arrived a Mail from France. Extratl of Letter from Paris, Nov. 3. S. HE 15th of laft Month a 'Merchant -Ship belonging ' to Marfeilles arrived at Ha- *vre de Grace, having on ' boasd 1 ?? of Oil, and ' 1 100 Boxes of Soap for
6 November 1736 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
from Vrs'i Lbttbr, «cc. Ofh it.

from Vrs'i Lbttbr, «cc. Ofh it.

The Advices -by thi French Mail do not at all a- eree with thofe of the laft Holland Mail i on. the contrary, th«y rbandly after t, that nothing feems more certain tb«%that the Spaniards will fpend the Winter in Tufeaoy. and thai, consequently. Mat- ters muft for the ptreftmt re
6 November 1736 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England