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  Ipswich - History
The town of Ipswich was founded on land that was originally inhabited by Native American tribes, who called the area "Agawam." Agawam was colonized in 1633, when a group led by John Winthrop Jr.
Hamilton borders Ipswich to the south, Rowley to the north, Essex to the east, and Topsfield and Boxford to the west.
Ipswich is a traditional New England town with a highly developed "town center" surrounded by rural landscape and residential neighborhoods.
www.ipswichma.com /directory/history.asp   (747 words)

 Medieval English urban history - Ipswich - Map
The town centre, where one of the most ancient town churches stood and also the location of the moothall/tolhouse and later the hall of Corpus Christi gild (successor to the Merchant Gild).
Access into the town via the bridge was protected by some kind of barrier by the 15th century, for an ordinance of 1477 placed the keys to the bridge in the custody of the bailiffs.
The fact that provincial chapters were often held at Ipswich in the 14th century indicates the friary must have had the capacity to accommodate a large number of guests and, indeed, the central structure shown on Ogilby's map (1674) confirms this, although the church was rebuilt in the third quarter of the 15th century.
www.trytel.com /~tristan/towns/ipswmap1.html   (3825 words)

 Medieval English urban history - Ipswich - Oaths of officers and burgesses
At the ceremonies for swearing in officers, or for men entering the franchise, the text of the appropriate oath would be read out while the oath-taker had his hand on the Bible and (presumably) stated his agreement/compliance at the end of the reading of the oath.
They are sworn that they shall be at lot and scot in all aids [imposed on] the town of Ipswich whenever and to whatever extent shall be necessary and whenever they are forewarned to contribute to the same by the officers of the town.
You swear that you shall collect and levy, or make to be collected and levied, to the works and profit of the town, all rents, farms, customs, tolls, amercements of court and leet, and all other dues, profits and commodities of the town that pertain to your office of chamberlain.
www.trytel.com /~tristan/towns/ipswich9.html   (1134 words)

 Ipswich Town News
SILENCE descended on Ipswich Town's stadium, which stands in the heart of the red light district, as 20,000 fans reflected on the five murders.
Town midfielder Martin Brittain could be in contention for a first team place at Town when he returns after a loan at Yeovil next month.
Ipswich Town's Billy Clarke during the home match against Burnley IPSWICH teenager Billy Clarke is doubtful for Saturday's visit of Leeds after undergoing a scan on his ankle injury.
www.topix.net /world-soccer/ipswich-town   (540 words)

 Ipswich Town Football Club News and Results from Football.co.uk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Ipswich Town are hopeful that midfielder Gavin Williams can avoid another spell on the sidelines after a frustrating run of injuries.
Ipswich Town boss Jim Magilton is hoping the change in manager at West Ham will result in Mark Noble returning to Portman Road on loan.
Ipswich Town have received an injury boost after hearing Alan Lee's groin problem isn't as bad as was initially feared.
www.football.co.uk /ipswich_town/index.shtml   (241 words)

 Homepage - Ipswich Chronicle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Ipswich Middle School sixth- and seventh-graders were evacuated from their classrooms and moved to the Performing Arts Center last Friday morning after dirty, used water surfaced in a-seventh grade classroom, causing a foul smell to make its way through the halls.
Ipswich Police are working with the Ipswich District Court to cut down the backlog of outstanding court cases caused mainly by people failing to appear in court.
Ipswich Caring volunteers are delivering loaves of cinnamon chip bread to 480 of the town’s oldest citizens this week, continuing a holiday tradition.
www.townonline.com /ipswich   (1220 words)

 Ipswich Town News - Page 2
JASON De Vos today had a simple message for his Ipswich Town team mates: "We cannot carry on like this." The Blues skipper, who is renowned for leading from the front, continued his fighting words when he...
The Luton Town defender Sol Davis suffered a stroke on the team bus on Saturday and is in a Cambridgeshire hospital, his manager, Mike Newell, revealed yesterday after his team's 5-0 defeat at Ipswich Town.
Ipswich Town captain Jason De Vos, seen here during the Ipswich-Colchester derby match on Friday, head a shot at the goal which is denied by Colchester keeper Aiden Davison and U's man Chris Iwelumo JASON De...
www.topix.net /world-soccer/ipswich-town/page2   (843 words)

The 1970’s finals were rapidly becoming the decade of shocks, and the 1978 final, somewhat unfairly went down as another major turn-up, as Ipswich Town put a disappointing league campaign behind them, shrugged off the underdog tag and took the match to Arsenal.
Despite a season of struggle, Ipswich boss Bobby Robson boasted a side which had finished the previous year in third place in the league, and on their day, were more than a match for any side, and so it proved in their first ever Cup final appearance.
Three times Ipswich hit the woodwork, with John Wark and Paul Mariner displaying their international class; Kevin Beattie and George Burley both had headers superbly saved by Pat Jennings, and the back-line kept Arsenal’s attacking prowess at bay.
www.toffs.com /icat/ipswich   (453 words)

 Ipswich Town F.C. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ipswich finally returned to the Premiership in 2000 after coming from behind to beat Barnsley 4-2 in the last Division One playoff final at Wembley Stadium before the old stadium was to be redeveloped.
A poor start to the season, culminating in a 2-0 defeat at Grimsby Town meant that George Burley was sacked in October 2002 after nearly eight years as manager of Ipswich Town.
Ipswich can boast a better head to head record with local rivals Norwich City F.C. Ipswich have won 41% of the matches, Norwich winning 38% and then drawing the remaining 21%.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ipswich_Town_F.C.   (2943 words)

 Ipswich Rugby Football Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Ipswich came back from a 6-0 halftime deficit to win their first league match of the season at Humber Doucy Lane on Saturday, when coach Jeff Searle’s stern half-time talk inspired victory over Campion.
Ipswich Magpies had to dig deep to maintain their 100% record at Stowmarket on Saturday with both teams crossing the line in the first five minutes for the only tries of the game.
Ipswich's conversion was the only difference in a tightly contested match as the visitors ran out 7-5 victors.
www.ipswich-rugby.co.uk   (376 words)

 Ipswich - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ipswich (pronounced Ip-Switch) is the county town of Suffolk and a non-metropolitan district in East Anglia, England on the estuary of the River Orwell.
Ipswich had a racecourse which ran a mix of flat and National Hunt races from 1710 to 1911.
Ipswich had constituted a county borough from 1889 to 1974, independent of the administrative county of East Suffolk, and this status was not restored by the Banham/Cooksey Commission in the 1990s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ipswich   (2496 words)

 Town of Ipswich - News Blog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Town of Ipswich will hold tomorrow’s State Election as usual at the YMCA on County Road.
Ipswich Town Hall will be closed on Friday, November 10, in observance of Veterans’ Day, and open from 8:00 am until noon on Thursday, November 9.
Chief Surpitski was appointed to the Ipswich Police Department in 1971, and he became Chief in 1991.
www.town.ipswich.ma.us /weblog   (664 words)

 Ipswich Liberal Democrats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Ipswich Liberal Democrats wish to express our sympathy to the families and friends of the 5 murdered young women in the Ipswich area.
Ipswich 'Fit for the 21st Century' is a new project aimed at tackling many of the congestion issues in the Town Centre whilst improving access for the public.
Ipswich Liberal Democrats are looking into introducing a Designated Public Places Order for Ipswich to tackle street drinking, yobbism and anti-social behaviour issues.
www.ipswichlibdems.org.uk   (661 words)

 The Stadium Guide - Portman Road
Follow 'Ipswich A1214' signs for 2.5 miles, straight over the roundabout to the junction at the bottom of hill.
Go straight on (sign posted 'Town Centre A1214'), and after a few metres at the next lights turn right (sign posted 'Cliff Quay, Football') into West End Road.
Ipswich station is a 5 minutes walk from the ground.
www.stadiumguide.com /portmanroad.htm   (118 words)

 Welcome to the Ipswich Conservative Association
Ipswich people are positive about Ipswich and so are we.
Ipswich Conservatives on Saturday 14 October were out in force on the Cornhill, Ipswich town centre, to support local NHS staff and the patients they serve....
Ipswich is a great town and over the coming months our councillors and local campaigners will be striving to make it even better for Ipswich residents and visitors.
www.ipswichconservatives.com   (286 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Ipswich Town : The Inside Story: Books: Phil Ham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Ipswich Town FC are back in Europe after years of struggle.
With exclusive access to current and former players, managers and club personnel, Ipswich Town: The Inside Story tells how the former League contenders and European campaigners slumped from the Premier League to hit rock bottom in the mid-90s, their plight symbolised by a managerial merry-go-round and by an infamous 9-0 thrashing at Manchester United.
The great book which the superb fans of Ipswich Town F.C. deserve has yet to be written - if you want a bland account of the last decade, this will satisfy your basic needs, but my advice would be to keep your money and instead buy a bucket of Portman Road pies.
www.amazon.co.uk /Ipswich-Town-Inside-Phil-Ham/dp/1903854040   (873 words)

 New Ipswich, New Hampshire
New Hampshire's provincial government incorporated the town as Ipswich in 1762 and as New Ipswich in 1766.
Over fifty years, population in New Ipswich increased by a total of 3,142 residents, going from 1,147 in 1950 to 4,289 residents in 2000.
The 2004 Census estimate for New Ipswich was 4,976 residents, which ranked 64th among New Hampshire's incorporated cities and towns.
www.nhes.state.nh.us /elmi/htmlprofiles/newipswich.html   (316 words)

 Ipswich City Council - Ipswich   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It appeared on the first maps of the town and was used in the newspaper reports in the 'Moreton Bay Courier'.
Harry Rous must also have visited the country near Limestone because he is supposed to have said that it reminded him of the town of Ipswich which was near his home at Stradbroke in England.
Ipswich in England is a very old town and it used to be spelled 'Gippeswic' which means Gippi's Wic or Gippi's Village.
www.ipswich.qld.gov.au /heritage/place_names/ipswich.php   (375 words)

 Mike's History p 91 - Town Charter. Ipswich, England.
A typical example of a medieval Western European town charter, in this case granted by King John of England to the burgesses of the town of Ipswich.
We have also granted that all burgesses of Ipswich are to be quit of toll, stallage, lastage, pontage, and all other customs throughout all our land and throughout the ports of the sea.
Furthermore, we will and grant that our said burgesses, by the common counsel of their town, shall elect two of the more lawful and discreet men of their town and present them to our chief justice at our exchequer; which men shall well and faithfully keep the reeveship of our aforesaid borough of Ipswich.
www.galileolibrary.com /history/history_page_91.htm   (319 words)

 Ipswich Town | Home
Town's FA Cup Third Round opponents have still to be confirmed after Bury launched an appeal after being expelled from the competition for fielding an ineligible player.
Ipswich Town and TeamCard are delighted to announce Harvey World Travel (HWT) as an exciting new partner.
Town are hopeful that Gavin Williams will be available for Saturday's game against Stoke after the midfielder had an injection to help settle down some discomfort in the pelvic area.
www.itfc.co.uk   (329 words)

 Town Hill, Boone Park, and Dow Park
Dow was born in Ipswich in 1857 and moved with his parents to Spring Street in 1861.
The Reverend Daniel Boone, a direct descendant of famed frontiersman Danel Boone, was the minister at Ascension Memorial Church from 1941 to 1954.
He was both politically active, a part of the movement to establish the town manager form of government in town (1951) and the chairman of the newly created Planning Board (1954), and ecumenically minded in his service to all the people of Ipswich.
www.naturecompass.org /ipswichbaycircuit/trails/town-boone-dow.html   (810 words)

 Ipswich - TEAMtalk Football News
Ipswich have joined the race to sign Cork striker Roy O'Donovan, a Republic of Ireland B international cap who has netted 11 goals this season.
Ipswich chief scout Steve McCall says he anticipates two or three new faces joining manager Jim Magilton's first team squad once in January.
Ipswich midfielder Gavin Williams fears a further spell on the sidelines as his time at Portman Road continues to be dogged by injury.
www.teamtalk.com /football/ipswichtown/0,16370,1794,00.html   (334 words)

 Football365.com - Ipswich Town - Football365 News
Striker Billy Clarke is a doubt for Ipswich's clash with Dennis Wise's struggling Leeds troops on Saturday.
Ipswich manager Jim Magilton has revealed Mark Noble could return to the club in January.
Ipswich striker Dean Bowditch has returned from his loan spell with Brighton while he recovers from an injury.
www.football365.com /teams/ipswich_town/0,17032,8718,00.html   (457 words)

 The Official Town of Ipswich Website - USA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Use this tool to search the Town's Website with Googleâ„¢.
This is a really quick way to find something fast on the town's website.
Town Hall ▪ 25 Green Street, Ipswich, MA 01938
www.town.ipswich.ma.us   (41 words)

 Ipswich Town
Ipswich Town League record: 409 games, 21 goals.
Ipswich Town League record: 168 games, 0 goals.
Ipswich Town League record: 117 games, 2 goals.
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 Ipswich Town Guide
You can still do that at Ipswich, and the town centre is normally bustling with football shirts, both home and away, before a match.
This is a favourite with Town Fans, but away fans are normally welcome as well, making it a good place for a bit of footie banter.
This pub is right in the heart of the town and has become a firm favourite with footie fans.
www.fansfc.com /ipswichfootballclub/guide.asp   (1459 words)

 Harbormasters.org - Ipswich Harbormaster Department
All assistants are Police Officers and the Harbors Department is a function of the Ipswich Police Department.
Ipswich has twenty seven miles of coastline, but has no public facilities, save gas and diesel fuel at the Ipswich Bay Yacht Club.
Most of our boaters from out of town find a place to anchor and enjoy some of the most pristine coastline in the area.
www.harbormasters.org /cities/ipswich.shtml   (120 words)

 Sporting Life - Football | Ipswich v Stoke : Ipswich News, Fixtures, Results, Match Reports, Stats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
DECEMBER 12: Striker Billy Clarke is a doubt for Ipswich's clash with Dennis Wise's struggling Leeds troops on Saturday.
DECEMBER 6: Ipswich striker Dean Bowditch has returned from his loan spell with Brighton while he recovers from an injury.
DECEMBER 2: Post-match reaction to the 1-1 draw between Ipswich and Burnley.
www.sportinglife.com /football/cc_championship/ipswich/news   (325 words)

 Ipswich Massachusetts, Visit Historic and Scenic Ipswich MA Today
Ipswichma.com is sponsored by the Ipswich Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
Ipswich Arts - Ipswich has many fine galleries, shops and museums.
For more information on all the arts in Ipswich you can visit www.ipswicharts.com a website dedicated to the arts in Ipswich.
www.ipswichma.com   (151 words)

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