Ipswich Journal 22nd April, 1799

“Whereas the Gardens belonging to Bramford Hall, were, on Saturday night last, entered and robbed of a large quantity of CAULIFLOWER and CABBAGE PLANTS.  A reward of TEN GUINEAS is hereby offered for discovering the offender or offenders, to be paid by me, on his or their conviction.  And notice is hereby given, that every person who shall commit trespass in the Park, or upon any of the Lands belonging to Bramford Hall, either by going out of the Paths, injuring the Park Paling or fencing, or otherwise, or by cutting or destroying and Trees or Underwood in the Plantations or Woods, will be prosecuted with the utmost severity.