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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

22 Jul 1807

of the whole parish. For further particulars enqoir*. of Mr. Thomas Glover Ewen ; or Mr. Gardiner Chapman, attorney, both of NojrWich.— And the farms may be viewed by applying to' Mr. Ewen or Mr. Chapman for tickets. ~~ BELL FOUNDERY. WILLIAM DOBSON, of

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

22 Mar 1820

Saxmundham, Mr. R.Stopher I Clare, Mr. G. W. Gunton Sudbury, Mr. W Dow man j ] Lye, Mr. John Chapman Woodbridge, Mr.J.Buttrum j NORFOLK-, I Downham-market, Mr. G. Norwich, Mr. T. Woodrow j ! W. Lemon North Walshani, Mr. T.Colfc j East Dereham. Mr. W. Dade

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Bury and Norwich Post

Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England

23 Apr 1856

Kovrmhrr. (the Mr. Brown, and •-their bodies are iwn, who is already buried there), PRENTICE’S TURNIP MANURE, pathy and sorrow his departure. Some were literally unable more than bow a farewell: an attempt give him parting cheer at his boat pushed off

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Ipswich Journal

Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

27 May 1790

prize* of 5 , 0 | to Mr,. i.liz,.' heth Arlii^e ; a piizeuf jool, to Mr. Dennis Colli tntyi 1 prize ofr;ool. to Mr P. Saunders | a prize of joci, to Mr, Frederick Van Cram en j a priie of 5001. to Mcil l>,rry and Co.; ,1 p-ize of cool to Mr, R.rliert Booiit)

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

11 Dec 1858

STOKE STREET, POLSTEAD. MR. COOK Is directed to SELL by AUCTION, the latter part of the present month, THE THREE DETACHED FREEHOLD MES. 1SUAGES, situate as above, and occupied by Mr. Kemp, Mr. Herbert, Mr. Pike, Mr. Keeble, and Mr. Hughes. Further particulars

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Suffolk and Essex Free Press

Suffolk and Essex Free Press Suffolk, England

13 Dec 1923

had subsided, , Mr. Loverneed said he thanked his constituents from the bottom of his heart for the magnificent way in which they had rallied to his support. All that he could say was that their Member Parliament he would try to do his duty by them. (Cheers)

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

23 Feb 1878

original cost; also hI Patent 25 Guinea Dog Cart, Nhich is allowed to be the cheapest and best cart in thoe umarket. Allay be seeniat his Show Rooms, Cattle Market, and at the Sotrks, LOWER BROOK STREET, IPSWICH ESTsLSHED 4V.EnR 30 YEA]S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN1S

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

7 May 1814

For particulars and prnce apply to Mr. John Pipe, Fe- lixstow . HAWARD's LEGATEES. I'IHE Leeatees narled in. the Will of Mrs. IIAWARD, iL late of Peaseniehll, in the county of Suffolk, deceased, are requested to meet Mr. Thotman White, her eyecutor, at

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

19 Jan 1878

of his SUW=rL11S WTINTT RJl STOTK CONSISTING OF Real Russian Senlskin Jackets,. Black and Colored Cloth Paletots, Jackets, Water- proofs. Ulsters, Ready-made Costumes, F'urs; Satin, Down and Felt Underskirts; goys' Cloth Suits and Ulsters, Ladies' and

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

14 Feb 1807

(if Mr. rho. Woodgate, East Berglholt, Suffolk. NTOTfCEis herelbygiven, that Mrs.GRACE BAL- 1 N DRY ?? Soham, and Mr. JOHN STOW BALDRY, late of Ramsholt, have assigned over all their estate aid effects to Mr. Cosrperthwaitc, of Woodhridge,,nd Mr.S. Gross

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

7 Mar 1896

Views each Lecture. Lady Lanternist. DIFFERENT LECTURES & VIEWS DAILY. IPSWICH CHORAI SOCIETY. M ESSIAHE. FRIDAY, APRIL 24h, 1896. MISS FLORENCE MONK. MISS GERTRUDE BEVAN, B A.M. MR. CHARLES CHILLEY. MR. ROBERT GRICE. Band of the Ladies' Orchcstral Society

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

2 Mar 1878

EGS to inform his Customers and Friends that hli9 ANNUAL SALE will commence on BIONDAY, B EBI3RIUARIY 2ir1. and continue for 21 days, wheol all WINTER, (I'OODS will be SOLD at a GREAT REDUCTION. T. A. invites the spechil attentioni of Ladies to a Lot of

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

2 Feb 1878

STET'FOIEjK =II.JU i- .. vvL FREDERICK FISh Respectflilly informs his Customers &, the Public that he has this day taken 3ils Son, MR. FREDERICK JACKSON FISH, INTO PARTNERSHIP, AND THAT THE BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED IN FUTURE UNDE-R THE 'STSLE OF FREDERICK

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

23 Mar 1878

Mediunm ,, 7s. 3d. 35 ,, Medium ,, Ss. Od. 35 H, eavy ,, 9s. Od. 36 inch American Long Cloth 5s.11d. W. HI. C O E L I NS INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS STOCK OF CURTAIN 3IATERIALS FOR THE SEASON, CONSISTING OF Tapestries in Early English, and Copies fom the

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

1 Apr 1826

Hall, B Years old, 16(&s Hands high ith UF IS sire, Mr. D. Wright's Horse of Barning1 es, - ham Hall, gravid-sire, Mr. Julinn's Old as Boxer ; his dans, of tbat xlnnch-celebrated stock of the late Mr. A. Blake, of floo. Boxerwvillattend atthefidlowing

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

16 Feb 1878

to give the highest price for every descri pt ion of Ladies' and Gen tlemnen's Wearing Apparel. For all parcels sent the highest price returned immnediatel. Ladies and gentlemen waited upon by Mrs. Pitt in town or country. AL3:B3EIrT 1JITT5 8, Eagle Street

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

27 Nov 1858

Palmerston has allowed his visit to Cqmpi~gne to be , coloured with political feeling, he might have used his 1 influence with the Emperor to some good purpose, and e at the same time have removed from his path a future embarrassment. His Majesty owes him a

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

27 May 1837

Persons indebted to the estate of Mr. JAMES AG, CLAD) WYN, of Woodbridge, Upholsterersare request- 1~ ed to pats their respective accoun ts to Mr. J. W. Issitt, Wholr- d sale 7alrdwareman, or Mr. H. Pizey, Accountant, his e Trustees, on or befbre thefifth

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

9 Mar 1878

Priee, his OVER-DATE STOCK, lI11 AN ASSORTMENT OF NEW PRINTS, LADIES' SILK SCARFS, GLOVES, Camebric Handkerchiefs, White Calicos, specially prepared for the Sewing iachine, AND CHEAP AM 'RICAN LONG CLOTHS. WN. H. C O L L I N S INVITES ATTENTION TO HIS TUCK

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The Ipswich Journal

The Ipswich Journal Suffolk, England

2 Jun 1894

CLOTHES Ladies' & Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel of all hinds, ircluding LINEN, CLOTHING, BOOTS, &c,, purchased at HIGHEST PRICES BY Mrs. W. ROBERTS, 56, UPPER ORWELL STRSEr, IPSWICH Mrs. Roberts will remit same day for country parcels received. Ladies can also

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