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FOREIGN AFFAIRS/

FOREIGN AFFAIRS/

cf tfce VMNfmcti) Petersburg, Dec. I. They are bufy at the Mine in (truing a great Number of Gold and Silver Medals, which are to be made Prefeut? of on New-Year's Day, to the Miuifters of the Court, ar.d the Foreign Ones ; they are alfo coining large Sums of other Specie. A Cou
December 20, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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Brift ol , Dec. ao. We have an extraordinary Inftance of Generofity ofa Captain 6. a Ship belonging to this Port ; but as oppofite an In- ftance of Ingratitude by the Receivers of io fignal a Piece of Chriftian Civility and Humanity : It is with Refpeft to Gapt. Hare, Commander
December 20, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON December 2}.

LONDON December 2}.

We heat* that the Juftices of the Peace for the Ciry and Liberty of Weftminfter, having lifucd their Warrants to the fevcral Conftables, to return a Lift of the Number of Peribns that retail fbirituous Liquors in their refpe&ive^ Divifions, as well thofe that fell with as withou
December 20, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
From the News-Letters February 4.

From the News-Letters February 4.

According to Advices by a Holland Mail on Sunday, the Peace of Po- land is like°to be foon reftored ; lince the Palatine ol Kiow and the Re. gimentary ol Lithuania offer to lubmit to King Auguilus, with all the Troops under- their command on certain Conditions, which are thought
February 1, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
i p c W ICH' Printed by ttftrt AwtfL in *• ?? i Where may be bad Surveyors-Warranß ' PKe

i p c W ICH' Printed by ttftrt AwtfL in *• ?? i Where may be bad Surveyors-Warranß ' PKe

HighwaysVwS & JBEfitT the laft Clauies ol the Afts relating thereto, and an other Sorts of Blank Warrants.
February 1, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
P 0 ft MG'N AFFAIRS.

P 0 ft MG'N AFFAIRS.

(.fctfci €w»-# entire G.ufhte, Feb. 22. According to the Report of the Peuf,ii»s vi the Neighbourhood of Luzara and Gonzaga, a.M ?? ?? private erfons, the Enemy had a Di._igii t<> fb ■> hx Guaftalla, of which the following are the Par- licu ?? 1 ; . Or f'f'.e tjfl h of February
March 1, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
LONDON, March 4.

LONDON, March 4.

On Thurfday a Motion was made in the Court of Chancery, to difcharge an Order obi ai ned on the laft Seal Day by Sir Rob rt Sutton,. Bart, and Knight ofthe Bah, Dennis Bond, Efq; Robert Man, Efq; atd many others, Defendants, toa Bill fill d agaittii them on the 26th of July laft
March 1, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

<$tfft €'i»of %wi& Extract of a Letter from Rome. SIR I have nothing new to write, unlefs the Account which we have here of the Death and Funeral uf the Princefs Sobiefki may be thought fo ; that Princefs died at Rome the 1 8th of January laft, N. S. between Four and Five ?? in
March 22, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

Bofton, in New England, Aug, 4 Lift Tuefday Morning a very for- rowful Accident fell out here, winch is related as follows, — A Well about two Feet and a half Diameter, and 50 beet deep, in Ml- not's Tee having been clnfed about a Twelvemonth, and now opened in ordsr 10 be clear
November 29, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
From tbe News-Letters December 4.

From tbe News-Letters December 4.

The Duke de Moutemarhas received Orders from the Court of Spain to maintain the Italian Conqucfts againft the Emperor, coft what it will, and in C.ie he wanted Succours ihey were ready for him; but 'tis thought the Spanifh General cannot keep his Ground, for two Reafbns : Firft,
November 29, 1735 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England