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The MANOR of LITTLE BRADLEY,

The MANOR of LITTLE BRADLEY,

and eligible farms, containing about 850 acres of pafturc and arable land, lying a 'ring fence, well timbeicd, with fuitable fa'tn houfes and out buildings, in the poUeftion of Meflrs. Shepherd, Slater, Dearflcy, and Canning; part at will, and the temainder leafes, at rents amou
June 28, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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June 14, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
i>TOU,'UPI./i HD.

i>TOU,'UPI./i HD.

i>TOU , 'UPI./i HD. ALL indebted the Cftate and EflTeQs of •he lit.- Mr. ISAAC BAYLY, Siownpiand, atcherehy reijiiefted to pay tlieir refpecliae debti ; end all perrmi!. having claim upon the Laid eftate and «fTi.-ttj iply lor payment to johta Taller, Woodbridfce, executor the de
June 14, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
No CURE, No /EE!

No CURE, No /EE!

CURE, No /EE! CANDLER, defirous of relieving > the luftcrkigs of the aftlided, takes tliis public method of tendering his f-rviccs to the inhabitants ol Iplwich, in the application of the METALLIC 1R ACTORS. Thefe innocent inftruments, properly applied, are found to properties fu
June 14, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
To- be SOLD by AUCTION Hv WII.I.IAM SEAMAN, the fien of the Swan, Barnby, in the County of Suffolk, on

To- be SOLD by AUCTION Hv WII.I.IAM SEAMAN, the fien of the Swan, Barnby, in the County of Suffolk, on

Tuefday the firft of July next, at Three o'clock in the afternoon. FREEHOLD ESTATE fituateatßarnby, conof a dwelling houfe, barn, ftahle, and warehoufe, jnd about acres and half of land, now in the Ceveral occupations of the Rev. Dr. Temple, and Mr* the latter whom will (hew the
June 21, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
I^osiscript.

I^osiscript.

Yeflerdav in the Comijinn*, the raolion of Mr \ orkc, the bread Affize Bdl was i me. f>ave notice, that he move inftruttion to the Committee, <o empower &c. weij-h bread wbhin hours a?l«t ' l wasjiaked, privilege to which, be o.ideiflood, forte leakers had lately objttled. The bi
June 21, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
PATENT MEDICINE.

PATENT MEDICINE.

M. difpenfes with accuracy and neatr.efs pre cripfions and all other family and medical recipes. Watfon’s ant} Taplin’s Horfe Medicines, Vegetable Oils for Horfes, &c. See. Oil and Water colours, Varnilhes, &c. Sec. Dealers ft-rved upon liberal terms Cainaiftre.Oroonoko, iheinoß
June 21, 1800 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
AFFAIRS of EGYPT.

AFFAIRS of EGYPT.

THE following particulars reflecting the late Cn vent ion, between Gen. and the Grand Vizier, are not generally known believe, they may be depended upon. The Army of the Grand Vizier, when it left St. John d'Acre, conftfled of nearly 80,000 men, collected from all the Provinces
June 7, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
MARKETS,—London, June 2.

MARKETS,—London, June 2.

MARKETS, London, June In confequence of a lhort (apply of lint Wlie.it, this article Again advanced full per qu,. ttr. . Inferior famplcs more plentiful, have luftained not inueinand, and the pi cc remains as utt.--Barlc>s .f ali delcriptions were a pretty good litppiv, anil the
June 7, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
MARKETS,-London, June 23.

MARKETS,-London, June 23.

MARKETS,-London, June had this morning but (canty Englifh Wheat, at the commencement thmarket there was appearance of this aftidt'. advancing in price, but towards tbe clofe the fall became dull, and left off at the laft week's price* Rye, Beans, Oats, every ion are dearer, and i
June 28, 1800 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England