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LO K S and WILF O K D Hund.e Is, Suffolk.

LO K S and WILF O K D Hund.e Is, Suffolk.

LO K S and WILF Hund.e Is, Suffolk. THE Directors the Poor within the laid Hundicds intend to meet on Monday the P'l.ft Day February next, Ten ©’Clock in ih-.* Foicnoon, the White in HTM-MaRKET jar.d all Perl ns willing 10 the laid Ui rectors with the Sorts Goods hciein alter par
23 January 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IPSWICH, December i, 1767. MR. KING, Mailer of the Free Grammar-School in this Town, begs Leave to inform the Public,

IPSWICH, December i, 1767. MR. KING, Mailer of the Free Grammar-School in this Town, begs Leave to inform the Public,

tbit lie removed to his Houle ] Rlet, vh.rre proper Ac* inroodaticns aic nntle tile Uectption Hoaruers, and 10 give Sati'fuciioii •ny who lli-il pleals 10 tavour him with the Care iLcir (.hdtlrcn.
2 January 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LAVKNHAM, Dtc. 16, 1767. r Rev. Mr. Walker, Malter the Grammar- A School Lavcnliam, takes ibis Opponunity «f informing his

LAVKNHAM, Dtc. 16, 1767. r Rev. Mr. Walker, Malter the Grammar- A School Lavcnliam, takes ibis Opponunity «f informing his

Freuds, that will opened at the Time si tr « Holydj»y« j Gentlemen, who may l.i-vour liinywi ii their Clii'd: cL. may depend upon the utmod Attennon being paid, both ih- Care their ion•, their Improvement, and every Step t-ken give iaitton.
2 January 1768 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To the/Printer of the Oxford Joy arc At. I

To the/Printer of the Oxford Joy arc At. I

To the/ Printer of the Oxford Joy arc At. I Mv Jackson, IF I' could .fpare Time from| thrailiing of •Biarley, to thrafh Mr. Hawthorn, and other ridkuJOus' Projeiitors of his Sort, out of their pernicious Prejudices, I think I fiiould iepder the Country as much Service as the Man
30 January 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
,PLANT^I'd^. NE.'VtS.

,PLANT^I'd^. NE.'VtS.

,P LANT^I'd^. N E.'Vt S. y ?? Ne^pt>tt,'R%etlei-IJland, Noi).' 2. The General ?? at South Kftgilawn ■■' on Wednefday laft, and bii Saturday adjourned to the laft Monday in February next. At tnis Sef<- fion the Lower Hoafe voted,- that the Speaker be . re^aill«4 to witc to his Maj
16 January 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON, January 19.

LONDON, January 19.

SHERIFFS appointed by his Majefty in Ctiuncil for the Year 1768. Berkjbire. William Price, of Charlton, Efqj Bedfbrdjbire. John Cater, of Kempion, Efqj Bucfo. milium <Jreffwell Wentworth, of Leak- hajnftead, Efq; Cumberland, Sir Gilfred Lawfon, of Brayton, Bart. Chejhire. Henry
23 January 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
PrUa^d 1* %, JACKSON in &tj ; fr^ all Som.tf Blank; Warrants, Orders of j^ Swffl * Letteii to thr

PrUa^d 1* %, JACKSON in &tj ; fr^ all Som.tf Blank; Warrants, Orders of j^ Swffl * Letteii to thr

Printer are deftrtd to be feat Poit Paid* and our Corrcfpondemt ate requeffod to communicate nothing but Fatfe.
23 January 1768 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Reports from the Daily Papers.

Reports from the Daily Papers.

It is reported that the Marquis of Lotne will be ap- pointed Commander in Chief of his Majeity's Force, id Ireland, in the room ofthe late Earl of Rothes. Monday lait the Ship Providence, Capt. Aulfiri, taken up in the Government. Service to carry Military-Sjtores,, and Recruits
1 January 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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v t v v v "fYvVTYTTijfIJr _)*£ __ Z. r.« Printed and Sold by S. DR EWR V; of whom may be had all* Sorts of B_aft k. Warrants, £_.. This? P A P E R; is al-" 0 Sold by the following PJE R.S 0 : N S, : viz. MelTr.. ROE, A By Mrs. COLE, rWißitswoßTH, and at A, Mr.J. A STL E, Burton-
1 January 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LON D 0 N, January 14.

LON D 0 N, January 14.

Letters from Mittau advife, that the Prince Bifhop of Cracow had been conducted to the Citadel of Riga, where he was likely to end his Days. A Letter of his, couched in very violent and even feditous Terms, is faid to have been lately intercepted. The otlier Polifli State Prifon
22 January 1768 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England