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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

2 Aug 1823

Lynn.—Mr, Hubbard, ship-master, to Miss Hunter', daughter Mr, Hunter, shipmaster.— Mr. King, shipmaster, to Miss Laird, daughter of air. Laird, baker, Lynn. Last week, Mr. J. A. Nash, Miss Mary Condor, only daughter the late Mr. James Conder, Ipswich

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Type: FamilyNotice
Yarmouth Independent

Yarmouth Independent Norfolk, England

20 May 1882

° J’ 10 Forest celebration is estimated at about .£9,000. Mr. John Holms, one of the lairds of the rreasnry, has been appointed .Secretary to the Board of Trade, in the room of Mr. E. Ashley. Mr. G. 0. Trorelyan, the new Chief Secretary or Ircunu, was

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

17 Nov 1891

CONTEMPORARY CHAT. A Scottish laird, and tin* bearer «n historic name, Mr. Thomas Bruce, of Amott, Kinross-shire, has just passed away, in Edinburgh, in his 84th year. He was the eldest son of the lato Mr. Thomas Biuce, of Amott, by hi* marriage with Clementina

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Thetford & Watton Times and People's Weekly Journal.

Thetford & Watton Times and People's Weekly Journal Norfolk, England

16 Jan 1892

ThumUy Lady Sandhurst drove out and ado % call the War Office and r» turned home lunch the usual hour. In the afternoon her ladyship, who in usual health and spirits, loft home with her daughter. Misa Mauslu Id. who » h.i'. delicate young lady, to Visit

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

22 Jul 1911

Vise Rust, Mr. J. K. Frost. Mr. J, Francis, Mrs. long and Mi.s tong. Mrs. R. W. Clarke. Mr. H. (,l«rke. Mr. and Mrs. B. Allen. Jfra. Houles Mr. J. A. Clarke, Mr. Miller. Mra. Mr. and Mm. bhinalee Mm. tovnes. Mr. White. Mr.

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

30 Jul 1887

wee keel V a t' 4 water. Nathan telt la the balsa et tits boat, but did not bed weft then. Mr. Boat's boat was net aid the beds our put isle ft eel haled at Mr. Boars ea= trim 11 1 011iss Ili we esswessil le Dasespers booms to • teat. The wad was beek

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

11 Apr 1863

that two she children ihe second wife had committed suicide.—Mr. Frederick Shirlev. Mrs. Shirley's swidence. and added that! the spang always seemed to have operated a, peculiar manner his foAher and made him -T - c Coroner said it was certainly carious

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

1 Jan 1875

plodding lady .rian, Jliss «ud, and the rather ; lecturer, Mr. Bellew; and -Mr. Mr. Howard . Summon, Mr. Sydney Dobell, Mr. J. U. Jesse, Mr. Thomas Miller (the basket-maker poet), Messrs. .Black and Blackio pnblisUers), Br. Buko (the traveller), Mr. Montague

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

1 Jul 1886

endinsteml lA= his or Wens west Mintier.] He should lie to h•ve 'eked Mr. Tillett a question which be hoped would be put to him, as to whether, if he had been in the Home of Commune, be would have followed in the steps of his aid leader, Mr. Brighton Kr

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

21 Feb 1846

disputes there bad been. Mr. Mend ham complained the case proceeded with without Mr presence Mr Palmer had with Mr. Jillett. and -quested the ratc-hooV to produced, and they the r•t'c was Irpally made, winter its pay ment Mr- Baxter. '» answer the Magistrates

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

7 May 1853

departures affairs, Mr. deeper into the surely dragged the Com- difference lieing ihim have been party, although I. took care not to Mr. Augustus Scylla corrupt s. equally the great heads ■oil with which he bos any adminishe acts of its own his lordship, own

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

14 Jul 1902

an audience with the King, and tendered his resignation, which wea pociously accepted by hal Majesty. His Majesty subsequently communicated with Mr. Balfour, who forthwith had an interview with Mr. Chamberlain. Mr. Balfour, having then conaultel with other

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

25 Nov 1911

express his recr- that Mr. made his •. -ign the office of secretary, and jt would , «.ssl thing Mr. Orcw-ni would reconsider the’ ter and stay for at least another twelv v - months. . . dr Miivhew thought that would h.‘ liest to adjourn Hi* meeting

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

7 Nov 1910

HEATHEN.” Mr. I, Travi* Milte, M.A., hi* «our'# oi Irciumi at the Technical In&tiluta, hiorvkh* Friday night and again Saturday iflorninf. English fitalawnen the Nineteenth Century,” dealing with Pam.” Henry John Temple, la>rd Palmerston, a man whom Mr. D»raeh

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

3 Jan 1824

Norwich* The Mm HOLLANDS' A N G O re-open for the reception YOUNG j ▼ LADIES, on Tuesday, the 20th instant. King-street, Lynn, January, 1884. •' COLTISHALL Preparatory School for Ladies. The Misses WORTS EG leave to inform their Friends and the Pubfl ' 1

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Type: Advertisement
Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

22 Dec 1827

parents as well as to all his friends. Thursday last, aged 33, Mrs. Elizabeth Parr, widow of the late Mr. Robt. Parr, of Diss. Same day, Mrs. Culley, wife of Mr. B. Culley, of Trowse, near this city . Same day, in St. Saviour's, Mrs. Alice Wright, in the

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Type: FamilyNotice
Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

19 Jan 1827

return his sincere thanks to his his Friends and Public, for the very liberal support has uniformly experienced since his Agency has commenced, as well the general satisfaction the Spirit has universally triven; and further wishes to inform his Friends

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Type: Advertisement
Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

24 Mar 1781

Midsummer next to take the whole of his into his Ptrlffffllon the mean time, would glad to treat with Lady Gentleman for any Part of':he fame, Furnilhed or nor.-—He embraces this Opportunity of returning hi* fincere Thanks to his ffedfift Friends, and allures

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Type: Advertisement
Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

8 Mar 1851

It) per cent, at his late rent audit. The Duchess of Norfolk Lady Adeliza FitzaLan Howard, Viscount Jocelyn, Lord and Lady Colborne, Sir Joan and Lady Katharine Roileati, aud .Miss Boileau, and Mr. Keppet, were amongst company al Lady John Russell's

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

24 Jun 1837

difference In his habits and deportment from those his and speedily acquired unbounded popn’ laritv the frequency of his appearance in public. the frank simplicity of his manners, and the easy ! condescension of his intercourse with all ranks of his subjects

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