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To be SOLD.

To be SOLD.

To SOLD. AN ESTATE between Wickhambrooicb and Newmarket, in Suffolk confiding Dove- Houle, ii*rn*, convenient Ouihoufcs, Co. ge, three Acre* fine Meadow inclofed, eleven Acres ef common Meadow, five Acre* of inciofed Failure, and one hundred and e'ghteen Ac»e< Field-Land -- - i B
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
All Letters and Adrertifeinents for tfcc Printer pf this Paper arc taken in at Poufs Coffee-hauje, London, where the Paper is regularly and feparately filed.

All Letters and Adrertifeinents for tfcc Printer pf this Paper arc taken in at Poufs Coffee-hauje, London, where the Paper is regularly and feparately filed.

All Letters and Adrertifeinents for tfcc Printer pf this Paper arc taken in Poufs Coffee-hauje, London, where the Paper is regularly and feparately filed. ther particulars: It began firß upow Mr Piomcr’s ordering bench to be let for fbrae Ladies who came in late, before another t
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FAR R I E R Y.

FAR R I E R Y.

ANTHONY SMITH, Farrier, , From » * shir l,‘ htfi Leave to acquaint the Public, PIIAT he has taken the commodious STA B LE S of Mr X Jam Kn ia the Forth, Utely liy Mr Worriil, Firrier, where he purport* eicreiling hi* Burinds in all Sts putts, A’* Cure, nothing for Trouble. He li
29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
COUNTRY NEWS

COUNTRY NEWS

Kfwcaflle, April 11. This Week a Block of folid Silver of 311 Pounds Weight, and another of pure Gold, weighing eighteen Pounds, were Ihipped in a VelTel from this Port for London, both which were extracted from Materials pro- duced in this Country, at Mr. Cox's Refinery ia this
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
NOTICES, CANTER BUR V, April 24, is to give Notice, Thai: the Copartner- X Ihip between John the City of

NOTICES, CANTER BUR V, April 24, is to give Notice, Thai: the Copartner- X Ihip between John the City of

CANTERBURY, Gc:.:lcmaa, Gi.oroe Adams, of lame, and Farlev, of the fame, was this Day by mutual . JOHN GEORGE ADAMS, JOHN FARLEY. ALL having Wry Demand- the faid Copartner.'hip, in refpect their joint Buiinefs, are hereby deihed to an Account the lame to Mr. Sloddf.n, Attorney,
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Tuesday May 2.

Tuesday May 2.

LONDON. >OC<XEfterday, virtue of his Majefty, the bills men- a former part of this pay&CK&. P » received the royal aflent. The Rev. Mr. Home was very afliJuoufly employed Sunday morning among the inhabitants of Chelfea, in procuring fubfcriptions to the petition the Middlefex Fr
29 April 1769 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
and Sold by T SAIN T, in Pilgrim-ftreet, Newcaftle upon Tyne.

and Sold by T SAIN T, in Pilgrim-ftreet, Newcaftle upon Tyne.

29 April 1769 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Ipswich

The Ipswich

Aunfiap’s |&ofl. . London, Sic. Saturday. April 22. Aprilxt. his iMiijefty came to th« Houfe Peers, and was pleafcd the (Tent to \n Ad for carrying into Eitocuticertain Proj»*(als, made the i-lndia Company, for the Paylent of the Annual Sum Four \indied Xhoi:l *nd Pounds, far a
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SUFFOLK.

SUFFOLK.

TURNPIKE from Scoi-i Bridge to Bvay.-Apiil 13, , THE Truftues for the faid Turnpike are defired the Crown in Botesdale on THURSDAy the Foutth Day May next, Ten o’Clock in the Fotenoon. Order of the Trullees, THO. SLAPP, Clerk UKnHKE from Baiucs to BURY,-April ij, , ■VTOTICE is h
29 April 1769 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
hxlraii of a Letter from U'inchcjhr, April 21

hxlraii of a Letter from U'inchcjhr, April 21

*- Lord Bruce. Gold and Silver Mcdali, given annually for the Promotion of Literature, and Encouiagemcnt of Youth, were this Day meritorioully prefented to the following Scho- lars ot Winton College, viz. Mr. John Eaton, Mr. Richard Ford, and Mr. Samuel Trotnian."
29 April 1769 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England