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NORWICH, April 26.

NORWICH, April 26.

On Saturday Nigbt latt the Houfe of Mr. Leeds, a Brewer in this City, was broke into, and robb'd of a Neck of Veal, a Hat, and fome ether Trifles. This Dny Ambrofe Towler was executed ©n the Caftle Hill, for Houfe-breaking, purfuant to the Sentence paffed upon him at laft Thetfo
April 29, 1758 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
F. Foreign News.

F. Foreign News.

I. Genoa, Aug. t| It's faid that the Government hss f*f- p< nd*d the fifing of Recruits and the Nomination of Officers for the Regiments which are iri CorGca. z. Lucca, Aug. 13. It is faid that a Kind of tacit Sufpenfbn of Hoftib'ties has already taken Place in Corfica, and that
September 10, 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ftitMf'B |pofl.

ftitMf'B |pofl.

G, Con d on, &c. Tburfday, Sept. 8. 1. Yefterday the Right Hon. the Earl of Sandwich. ?? is Majefty's Ha d, on btiog appointed Secretary of y.ate for the Southern Department, ia the room of the late Eari of Egre- mont. See HI. 2. The Office of the Secretary of State for the Sout
September 10, 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
/ FOREIGN NEWS.

/ FOREIGN NEWS.

i. nxtract ot a Letter from Leiden, dated September 6. By Letters from Batavia we learn, that the King of Candy, who governs the interior Part«f the Ifta.d of Ceylon, having attacked our Settlements on the Coaft, with an apparent VieZs of deftroying them and exterminating the Du
September 10, 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
duntia?'* #08..A. London, &c. Saturday, March ii.

duntia?'* #08..A. London, &c. Saturday, March ii.

duntia?'* #08. A. London, &c. Saturday, March ii. Tr. From Lond. Chron. Tranflatlon of a Letter wrote by Prince Ferdinand to General Sporcken, refigning to him th? Com- mand of the Allied Army in Germany. •Stk, * * a<^ e ** onour » on mv * Arrival at Neuhaus, to write to * l^ e n
March 19, 1763 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Andrew Hunter,,of Greatßuffel-Street, Middlefe*, Jeweller. Elk. Vallance, of Borden, in the County of Kent, Shopkeeper, John Hunter, of Kocheiter, in the County ef Kent, Shotkeeper. ' '
April 24, 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Richard Cfceefc. of Leigh, Wocrfterlhue.Cwfer- Merchant. Joha Lawk*. ■■■> Kuitpkaa upoa Hull. Mecnsni. Juha Oram, el the ba* rough «f Ui^.fev, Fumw. Thasnm Walker, cf Thamm-«iMt, Leaden, Mtrcfcani.
April 24, 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
__. London, &c. Saturday, September 30.

__. London, &c. Saturday, September 30.

?? London, &c. Saturday, September 30. ?? the Parliament met purfuant ?? W t0 tne * r Prorogation, and were fur- *ker P roro g ue^ by Commiffion to the 1 4th of November, when they are «Pi|Sf3| -np p|||l|§ to fit for the Difpatch of feveral §vI^H/ \Pilyl-t w "g nt y anc * importa
October 7, 1758 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
B. Country News

B. Country News

Norvcieb, hoy. i.. The Dillemper amongft the Horfes is very rife tn this City, and in many Parts ot the County of Norfolk j but as it does not generally put tl.em againil their A*'£ ls / . ho P ed " Wlll P r o v e neither .ailing nor mortal. On Tuefday laft the Rev. Mr. John Gib
November 24, 1750 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
E. Foreign News.

E. Foreign News.

f. Bremen, Oa. 8. Our Garrifon confifting of between three .and four thoufand of the Allied Troops, continue to keep upon aheir Guard, and have conftrained our Soldiers to cede to them ;aM the Pofts both within and without the City. « t. Peina, Oa.g. We have received Advice by a
October 24, 1761 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England