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LONDON, Oclober 17.

LONDON, Oclober 17.

We are informed that the Rt. Hon. the Lord Vifc. Gage, Representative in Parliament for the Borough of Tewhbury, will be fent with a Comrniflion to the Court of Pruffia, his Lordihip being extremely well known to his Prufftan Majefty. We hear that their Majefties will, after the
October 24, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Finn, Suvdex's News-Letter, Oilober 10.

Finn, Suvdex's News-Letter, Oilober 10.

The Pr.iS.iccs of the Incendiaries at BriHol being 3 rown to an impanel d Height of Wickedncfs, no- thing elfe is lo much talked of, confidering the Perfons In terrified by the Threats, are Gentlemen of the beft Kvpination, and have not given the ieaft Provocation for fuch Ufage
October 24, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
From the Evening-Poft, Feb. 19

From the Evening-Poft, Feb. 19

Since our laft arriv'd one Mail from Holland. Frankford, Feb. iS. 1 to>V «l% < enna confirm that the Em- JgySgfc^^^aS pcror is fully determined *^CI * I^*ll n,lt to ° ,!llrnt <° tiie bring- n^^CCSCw^^ ' n S °' Spanifh Troops in- j^affiffi). jCgj'tSfc. ZJ pulatcd by the Treaty of
February 28, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the Evening-Poft, Feb. 21.

From the Evening-Poft, Feb. 21.

From the Evening- Poft, Feb. 21. Since our laft arriv'd the Mail from France. Rome, Feb. 4. ON Sunday in the Afternoon, the Prin- cefs Sobieski, Cpnfort of the Cheva- lier de St. George, went to the Cloiiler of Nuns ot St. Francis de Sales, to hear the Vefpers of thar Saint's Fef
February 28, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From Mr. Fog* Journal, Feb. aI.

From Mr. Fog* Journal, Feb. aI.

The Account which came laft Week, ot the Death ofthe young Czar of Mufcovy, is confirm'd from all Parts ; this young Prince died of the Small-Pox, after an lll- nefs of eight Days.-- - The Council im- mediately aftembled, and it was refolved to proclaim the Dutchefs Dowager of C
February 28, 1730 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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From Stanleys News-Letter, April n.

From Stanleys News-Letter, April n.

?? 'Tuefda, laft at a Meeting of the fe- t£9JJ HH veral Members of ihc IJnyal Soirety, IX§r**K!B at their Houfe in /.V«» -£'-wrf, /v .■■/- ?? > ITS r > at which tlieir * sraa:s the nukis 198£»»«4 , Ma of fievotifkhe ar.d Richmond, and it'-e- ?? rai Pcifons of Q'taliry and Dift I
April 11, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, January %i.

LONDON, January %i.

We hear tint there will be 3 Courts of Confcience eft" ablilh'd in the County of Middlefex and Liberty of Weft- mw'fer forthe Eafe ofthe induftribus Poor. And That a farther Regulation will be made in the Praftice of the; Law. . „ , We hear that the Rt. Hon. the Lord Harrington,
January 17, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
From Stanley's News-Letter, February 7.

From Stanley's News-Letter, February 7.

iSgSJKggBBIiINCE the Emperor's Anfwer to the W&SmHm' Invitation of the Allies of Hanover to ]§lpl§lllh acce de to the Treaty of Sevelle, is a rat ?? Matter of fo great Importance, People JftwsKVlS' are impatient to hear the Contents of it, f^'liiirtff > and the more, becaufe it
February 7, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ADVKRriSKM-EMS.: t ?? > * ■ ( ?? ' ■ ?? ?? TO be Sold puhlickly, to tbe beft Bidder,

ADVKRriSKM-EMS.: t ?? > * ■ ( ?? ' ■ ?? ?? TO be Sold puhlickly, to tbe beft Bidder,

avtbfCu^ ?? in Ipfwich; on Friday tht tab Infant Three Casks, containing about 424 Gallons of Forektt Brandy, between the Hours of two and four in the Aff ternoon. ?? - : ~ ./•■ — j . ._ 1.^ — „ 1 m THis is to Notice,- that on "Tueiday the 24th Tnftm will be, expos' d ] to Sate
February 7, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, February r/.

LONDON, February r/.

Yefterday the Lord Vifcount Mai pas and Mr. Ju- ftice Denton took the Oaths in the Court of Ring's Bench at Weftminfier, the former for the Place of Mafter ofthe Horfe tohis Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, and the latter as his Royal Highnefs's Chancellor. Laft Thurfday Nigh
February 14, 1730 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England