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*J'/JE Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Suffolk, are defir,d to meet at tbe Grey-iiOund i* Stowmarket on Thursday

*J'/JE Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Suffolk, are defir,d to meet at tbe Grey-iiOund i* Stowmarket on Thursday

the zzd of January, at Eleven o'Clock, to conftder ef two proper Perfons to reprefent the faid County in the enfuing Parliament. tt.hi. D.nner wiil be ready by Onej where all Gentlemen will meet with a hearty Welcome, by tneir moft obedient ?? to command, - HENRY FINCfcIAM. 'To
17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
There has been Scarcity Forage and intje Army, which has been frequently great Warn.-—-A. This is true • but the

There has been Scarcity Forage and intje Army, which has been frequently great Warn.-—-A. This is true • but the

Purveyors, and not the 6eoeral, atCyto be blamed’ and called to Account for it. This Sc«cityjrts prevented his making bold Strokes, whereby hc/hight have nained fome folid Advantage*. . C. The Euglilh have been obliged pay dor le for every Thing they bought. A.lt is well known,
17 January 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
7. ExtraS of a Letter from Pcrtfmouth, dated Jan. 8.

7. ExtraS of a Letter from Pcrtfmouth, dated Jan. 8.

« On Th-rfday fa-led for the WeiiwarJ his Maj. fly's Ships * Valiant, ?? odore K-ppeJ, and the Royal William; as. * did the Melampe, *'l.cc ix, "tag, and Brilliant Frigates, with * the Bunetta v loop of War. * HU Majefty's Ship Sea horfe is under Sailing Orders fcr * the Eatt In
17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
D Foreign News.

D Foreign News.

i. Amjlerdam, January 3. The Number of Deaths in this City in 1 760, amounts to 7700 ; and the Marriages in the Reformed Circles to 1525. The VefTels that arrived in the Texel within that Time amount to 14:20! different Nations. The Number of Deaths laft Year in the Hague, amoun
17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Paffenger, in affluent Circumftances, thinking himfelf ill treated, went to Cowes, and there gave Information upon Oath, that there were

Paffenger, in affluent Circumftances, thinking himfelf ill treated, went to Cowes, and there gave Information upon Oath, that there were

on board the Dutch Skips feveral French Gentlemen and Servants, who were going as Fallengets to Martinico, and that he had Reafoo to beneve, fome of tbefe Ships were laden with Provifions and warlike Scores, and bound direftly to the French Colony. This Account being forwarded b
17 January 1761 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 

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T S Wai’.ted, a C OAC UM A N to drive a Pair of X Huil'ts sind he tnuft be perte&ly lober, and otheiwgys «c!l And fot I’atticulats matt enquire of )h< Punier of this Paper. ASSEMBLIES. wil' be an Assembly on Monday nexf, being the Guild and to continued on tbiid of February t an
17 January 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the EVENING PAPERS.

From the EVENING PAPERS.

Rtiisbcn. {Gtrmdny) Die. 19. At length the Annies are poing into Winter-quarters, and we (hall not (or fomc Months probably hear of any Thing but little SkirmUhes, unlefs the furprizing Vigilance of the King of Pruffia (hould find Come fair Occafion for the Exertion of hit Milit
17 January 1761 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
&t. London* &c. Saturday\ Jivt. io.

&t. London* &c. Saturday\ Jivt. io.

&t. London* &c. Saturday \ Jivt. io. hear that Sir Richard Grofvenor ! K§^%^ §g zt 'A Sir James Low ther, Baronets, ?? win foon be created Peers of this Kingdom. G . ?4g \y $$*0Q 2. We hear the Right Hon. the i$J&4 * $0^ Eatl of A l bema * ! e kifi'd his Majtf- fel^^if^^fel Hand
17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
■. . P. A ivt ERi £ A;

■. . P. A ivt ERi £ A;

?? BsfioT?, Nov. zi>. By a VefiU from Hallfc* In J^Dayh we learn, that as ihe was cdnn'ng octi five Sail Of Mrt'c? War were ftanding in from the EatHVar J, ?? to be CyiVj- modore Swanton with Part of his Fleet, and that Lord Co'vil Jay itady to fail for England immediately bpon
17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IPSWICH: Printed by W. Craichtck, (Price Two-Pence Halfpenny J

IPSWICH: Printed by W. Craichtck, (Price Two-Pence Halfpenny J

17 January 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England