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JOURNEY FROM BARTON MILLS TO

BRANDON,

BY HOBBS CROSS.

Barton Mills to

Cross the Lark river.

On R. a T. R. to Thetford, on L. to Hobb's Cross 13 Wangford, 3 6 BRANDON

9 Inn-Checkers. Cross the Bran

Beyond, on R. on the Little don, or Little Ouse

Ouse river, Santon Down river, and enter

ham, Earl Cadogun. Norfolk. JOURNEY FROM BARNHAM TO STOW

MARKET,

THROUGH IXWORTH.
Barnbam to
Euston Hall 11 11 Duke of Grafton
Fakenham 13 31
Honington
Ixworth Thorpe

Cross the river
Thet to
IXWORTH

2 7 Irworth Priory, J. CartOn R. a T. R.

wright, esq. ; and between to Bury St. Ed

Izworth and Norton, on mund's; on L. to

L. Stow Hall, Sir WilBotesdale.

liam Rawlinson. Norton

31 11 Norton Hall, Mrs. StaniElmswell

24 131 forth, L. Wetherden

Haughliegh Park, Hauliegh New

E. Sulyard, esq. ET. Street

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On R. a T. R. to Bury St. Edmunds

Haughliegh Place, R. Ray, Tot Hill

1:17 esq. R. near which are

the remains of Huurhliegh

Castle.
On R. at Great Finborough,

Roger Pettinard, esq. Stow MARKET 11|19 Inns-- King's Head, While

Hurt. JOURNEY FROM IPSWICH TO SUDBURY,

11419

THROUGII NADLEIGH.

Ipswich to

Cross the Orwell river, and turn on R, to Chauntry 11 11 A seat of Charles Streynson

Collinson, esq. Sproughton i! 2 |A seat of John Ford esq. Himaleshaun

5 R S. Lloyd esq. R. HladLEIGII 13 83 About two miles on R. in the Cross the Brit

road to Bildeston, Semer river.

Lodge, G. Archer esq. ; and about the same distance on L, at Luyham in the road to Strutford, S.

Gooch, esq. Kersey

171104 Sumpson's Hall, Miss Thon Lindsey 124 12įj roughgood; L. Edwardston

Priory 12.15 Great Wald

inytield 8417! Chion Park 21193 A seat of J. Addison, esq. Sudbury

21 Inns.- Rose and Crown,

Swan.

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CORRECT LIST OF ALL THE FAIRS

IN

SUFFOLK.

Aldborough.-March 1, May 3, for toys.
Beccles. - Ascension-day, Whit-Monday, St. Peter's,

June 29, October 2, for horses and petty chapmen. Bergholt. (East)-Wednesday after St. Swithin, July

15, for toys. Bildestone.--Ash-Wednesday, Holy-Thursday, for wear

ing apparel and toys. Blythborough. - April 5, for toys. Botesdale. -Holy-Thursday, for cattle and toys. Boxford.-Easter-Monday, St. Thomas, December 21,

toys. Bortead.- Whit-Tuesday, for cattle. Brandon.-February 11, Monday before Easter, July

5, and November 16, for cattle, toję, &c. Briset.-July 5, fur butter, sheep, and toys. Bungay.May 14, for horses and lean cattle; Sep

tember 25, for hogs and petty-chapmen. Bures.-Holy-Thursday, for toys. Bury St. Edmund's.- October 2, a fortnight, for mil

linery goods, butter and cheese, December 1. Clare.--Easter-Tuesday, July 26, for toys. Cooling.July 31, for lambs, other cattle, and peil

lary ; October 17, for sleep chicfly, other cattle, and

pedlary. Debenham.—June 24, for braziers and toys. Dunwich.--St. James, July 25, for toys. Elmset.-Whit-Tuesday, for toys. Earl Soham.-August 4, for nbs. Eye. Whit-Monday, for cattle and toys. Felsham. - August 16, for sheep, lambs, and toys. Finningham.--September 4, for toys and lean cattle. Frumlingham. ---Whit-Monday, October 10, cattle, sheep, and cluaths,

Fransden.

for

Fransden-Holy Thursday, for cattle.
Glemsford.—June 24, for toys.
Gorleston. June 8.
Greut Thurlour.-October 10, for sheep and toys.
Hacheston.-November 12, for boots, shoes, uphol-

stery, and joiners. Hadleigh.Whit-Monday, for toys ; October 10, for

butter, cheese, and toys. Halesworth.-October 18, for Scotch beasts. Handford.—March 18, May 18, August 22, for cat

tle. Huughley.-- August 25, for toys. Haverhill.May 12, August 20, for toys. Hinton.-June 29, toys. Horringer.- September 4, for toys and sheep. Horne.--December 1, a month, for Scotch cattle. Hundon.-Holy-Thursday, for cattle. Inkworth, near Bury. ..-Whit-Monday, pleasure and

toys. Ipswich.--May 4, lean cattle and toys; May 18, cat

tle; July 25, toys; August 8, horses ; 22, lainbs;

September 25, butter and cheese. Kersey.-Easter-Monday, for toys. Lavenham.-Shirove-Tuesday, October 10, for bútter

and cheese. Larfield.-May 12, St. Luke, (October 18, for toys. Lindsey.-July 25, for toys. Lowestoft.-May-day, St. Michael, September 29, for

petty chapmen, Market Weston.-August 15, a small pedling fair. Massinghum, near Woodbridge. - August 9, lambs and

horses. Alattishaw.-August 9, shew of horses. Melford. -- Whit-Tuesday, pedlary, Wednesday and

Thursday, cattle and sheep.
Mendleshum.--Holy-Thursday, for cattle.
Milden-hall.-October 10, for wood.
Nuyland.- October 2, for horses, cattle, and toys.
Needham.—November 8, for toys.

Neumurket,

for toys.

Newmarket.-Whit-Tuesday, November 8, for horses

and sheep. Orford. ---Midsummer-day, June 24, for toys. Polstead- June 16, for toys, Surmundhan.-Holy Thursday, September 23, toys. Stradbrooke.-- August 10, St. Matthew, September 21, Snape, or Dunningworth, near Aldborough.-August

11, for horses. Somerliton.—July 31, for toys. Southwould.—Trinity-Monday, St. Bartholomew, Au

gust 24, toys. Santon.-- May 31, for pedlary. Stoke, near Nayland.-May 12, for toys. Stowmarket ---July 10, for shop goods and toys, Au

gust 12, for sheep and cattle. Stratford, June 1i, for toys. Sudbury.March 12, July 10, December 12, for toys, Thandiston, or Franceon.--July 31, sheep and toys. Thwaite.---June 30, November 25, for cattle and

toys. Woodbridge.- April 5, October 23, for toys. Wolpit.- August 12, September 16, for horses; 19,

för cattle and toys.

IND OF LIST OF FAIRI.

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