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BECCLES, Mayo.

BECCLES, Mayo.

The Hunters Plate will be run for here fome Time in the laft Week of June.
May 13, 1749 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
B. Mij'cellaneoui /Iriicks.

B. Mij'cellaneoui /Iriicks.

1. Next Saturday his Majclty goes from St. James s to Kenfington Palace, for the Summer Scafon. IVb. Ei>. Pojl. 2. We are nflurcd from good Authority, that Orders are given for building three Forts, one of eighteen, another of twelve, and another of nine Guns, in Nova Scotia, fo
May 6, 1749 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
I Country Nbtws.

I Country Nbtws.

Neivctijilr, Jp'H Z2~ VVfi ht;ar an Affociation is on Foot between a Gentleman and his Tenants nsar this To*n, highly deferving the Imitation of all other Landholders, &c. as it is calculated in a good Mealure to aileviate the Severity of Diftrefs common to Farmers viflied by th
May 6, 1749 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
fxiMfS #ofl.

fxiMfS #ofl.

Z>. LoN'Do#;Jf/ja^y, June 29. 1. On MbtfcUy'&Fght'ttoi Tt'ta&t biought from Cadiz in tlie Liverpdbl Man of War,, Ovals"' landed at the Tower from the Nore ; and Yefterday it wai brought in Caits irom thence to Uie Bank. See A.i„&c. "", ' 2. Erratum. In tht TP are graph relating
July 1, 1749 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Prices uf S T O C X S. „-.,„ • 4 , <. . This Afternoon Bank Stock was 1.36

Prices uf S T O C X S. „-.,„ • 4 , <. . This Afternoon Bank Stock was 1.36

i-half.. India DKlo, Books (hut. South-Sea -Stock, Bodtolhut. Ditto Old Annuities, 106 i-i'th. Ditto New, Books (hut. Fourper Cent. Bank Annuities, 1746^ 800ks Biut. Ditto, 1747, 105 i-Sth. Ditto Lottery, 1747, Books (hut. Bank Annuities, 1748, 105 »-Bth. Ditto 1749, ros i-Sth.
July 1, 1749 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Genoa, November 30.

Genoa, November 30.

At »i*iz rV.'Cettif^ Number 3o. 1 ?? ?? the 'f " 'IS&FMSw Worcefter , > a BritiUi I ?? Man of War from Port f lf'^/^l^^»'vv^ ' '•Mahoh.having onboard * lirTliW^ ' V ' } nmtjA ?? Coionelsßowlesand *I(M 7 W^^.i4m^L Munden,- who arc gone I \f> ?? toY da V f°r England. "'; I'^it^rFmm
December 23, 1710 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
VnmiA, lief. 22.

VnmiA, lief. 22.

Yefterday Momi.ig died Count Wratillaw, after a ionghlnefs. At lalt we have received Advice, That the Eng'.tfh Troops are arriv'd at Port Mahon iiom Barce-<
December 31, 1712 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
* Hambws* Dec. 10.

* Hambws* Dec. 10.

We hear that the March of the Swedesis only a Feint, to. draw the Danes that Way, G:n. Seinbock haying taken an- other Route in order t^attack the Muf.ovite.s. .
December 31, 1712 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ijanite. January 2;

ijanite. January 2;

Th's Morning arrived here an Officer fent by our Go- vernor that Was of Meurs, with Letters to the States', and gives an Account, That laft Saturday Morning the >v Pruluan General Natfmer turn'd the 6 Companies of the* 6\ates, which were there in Garrifon, out of that Place, fo
December 31, 1712 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
GEORGE I.

GEORGE I.

AND George fifty and fix years old when began to reign, and / he reigned over England twelve years 311 ten months,"and his mother's name Sophia. / Now it came to pafs, that the fon 0 king James the fecond, who had abroad fince his father's abdication, aI / tempted to fet himfelf
December 3, 1748 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland