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  • County: Norfolk, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

23 Jun 1832

Hamond, Mr. H. Priest, Mr. and Miss Gilbert (Postwick), Mr. and Mrs. AV. Gilbert (Cantley). Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Tuck, Mr. and Mrs. Postle, Mr. and Mrs. Daveney. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Davenev. Mr.

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

1 Nov 1834

Apples and second Dessert Pears. Mr. Turner, first Sauce Apples. Rev. Mr. Oakes, second Dessert Pears. Mr. Collar, second white Holkham, white Grapes, and Dessert Pears. Mrs. Boyce, St. Germain Pears. Mr.T. Coperaan, Cabbages. Mr U'.Fiske, Potatoes. Dr Crowfoot

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

30 Nov 1833

Heacbara .. 4 4 O. Walker, Esq. North Lynn.. 10 0 2 0 Mr. Whiling, East Walton . 10 0 2 0 Mr. J. B. Whiting, Lynn 10 0 2 0 ; Mr. Wm. Newham, Lynn 10 0 0 George Kett, Esq. Brooke 4 4 Mrs. Kelt, Mr. Jonathan Tovvnley, Lynn .. 3 0 Or. Rev. Neville, Lord

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

9 Jan 1841

the business of the meeting. Mr. would so, but he had been insulted, his character had been attacked, he had been accused of coming there as the advocate of Mr. Richard Gurney. His (Mr. P.’s) motives were pure as those of Mr. Jermy, hut be would not descend

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

5 Mar 1842

Committees Lord Ashley, Sir J. Y. Boiler, Mr. Divett, Mr. Home Drummond, Sir U. Hall, Sir E. Hayes, Mr. Hayter, Mr. Hogg. Mr. Reddington, Sir P. M. Stewart, and Mr! Charles Wood. answer to a question from Mr. E. Bolleb, respecting the salary Ixird El

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

25 Sep 1824

deeliue. he year of his age, William Foster right, eldest son of Mr. Win. Wrighl.ofßougbam.nl Norfolk.—On Tuesday last, Canton, near Walton. Mr. John Parsley, farmer, aged years. On Thursday moruing.al Gunton Hmise, the Hon. Georgina Lady Suffield, morning*

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

27 Oct 1832

Mahon, |j«ird Yarinonth, laird Burleigh, Karl Craven. Lady and family. Sir J. and Lady Beeke.t, and the Hon. Mr. Artmthnot, Hon. R. Grant and family, Mr. Croker, and Spencer Esq. and on Fridiy the Marquis and suite left also, his route t«i Italy. A. Adair

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

29 Jan 1831

Horstcad, in Norfolk; comprising a Mansion House and several Farms, in the occujplffinsof Mrs. Cooper, Mr. Durrant. Mr. Heudß, .Mr. Gostling, Mr. Jones, and Mr. Hall, about Acres of Arable Pasture apM Wood Land. _ The property ]lks King Fence, very desirable

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

20 Jun 1835

Midsummer Vaatmon, and offers his services in Piano Forte, Violin, ind Singing* Teems of attendance may be known on application at Mr. George Fisher’s, Academy, Calvert Street, Norwich. N. B. Mr t D. Fisher, jun. will still continue his attendance,* Weekly, Yarmouth

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

7 Jun 1834

friends, his ran wlTi &L gr ,m n On Thursday lest, at his house Hethersett, shootl hem nt lO John Browne. Esq.ln the Mth year of hi. age, tanßted et him .• « many years a Magistrate of this city and county. ?p hlB * not i ellv j r Same day. Mr. Henry Mason

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

26 Apr 1845

disallowed. The case of the Promoters of the Raiiivay wasuondm tell by Mr. .instio, Mr. Si-r 4 t. i m, Mr. Montagu Smith, Mr. llacgallay and that of the opponents by time Mr. Talbot, and Mr. Paget IN l'tiiw.—Ort Saturday last between aixt, awl ii!y I , It

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

6 Sep 1823

maitnled on small mule u a woman’s saddle his feci led pieee of wood, and leather strap passed round his held his wounded leg; on* man led t ie mule hv th** bridle, i.noilier •rfed him hv the aim. and third carried his rrniehes, aide-decamp signibed to him

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

27 Dec 1823

with the pcrsoniul his Minis!) >, hostile the principles which they w «iireiling his governmeiil. The light mu* • him see superior merits of Fnsa-lrnjo above die must, therefore, have come from may expected to break I in upon other his administration. In

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

6 Feb 1847

people really had some claim to the soil. As for lord George Hill, his merits are beyond all praise. The happioess of the people is the work of his Inn hands; and, no doubt, to a mind like his, an exceedingly great reward. Tot Gitowni oill'etsE.—lt has now

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

25 Dec 1847

considered so fast bound to his party.that he was expeeted to vote with them through thiel. awl thin upon every question. even at the of his own consistency. nh irtun ately tur the party lord George had, in coMunction with Mr. Canning other friends. supported

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

5 Dec 1840

obtained at the Office, or of the Agents, Mr. H. Miller, Solicitor, Surrey Street, Norwich. Mr. John Baker, Solicitor. Yarmouth. Mr. Edward Norton, Solicitor, Diss. Mr. R. Dnrrant, Solicitor, Bury St. Edmund's* Mr. Eleazar Lawrauce, Solicitor, Ipswich. LIFE

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

16 Jan 1830

the assistance Mr. Clayton, •*s soon be ascertained that the gentle man was vouoded. Mr. Mr. Clayton immediately utVr be had fallea, and in slate of extreme agitation, expressed his sorrow the occurrence; the Utter put oat band, which Mr. Lambreachc (reaped

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

21 Feb 1835

of-Wrexham, Mrs. Sarah place. On Thursday last, Mr. William Chfeston, tailor, to. Prances, eldest daughter of-the-late Mr, 8- Uarman, tailor,of this city* . At Yarmouth.* Mr. Henry Urowit toMUs Maty Ann Brady: Mr. Wm. Edraorfds Rose, AnnCaJver; Mr. Thomas

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

21 Nov 1846

*»cii-maitliH* ii« ibis a.roniii. ..t B.»n»pluu. N«Mha»pi.Hi»hur. a* n*. -. ami V I. 1.11 k\\ elurtling hoinr, Ins |hi,,aiieh . .k.ll ■•nr A. I’llTilT* MITTIIIIIIIs V' . Marlvi Solicitors, Not lolk Mr. el, 1 Norwich STu. be. rfa.. brrto .r.nvra -as i.«r

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

20 Sep 1845

peodocioo or any I. iwootratios effects. INTLCZYZA, and Cowen. col if, hi. CELEBRATED COUGH PILLS slang tickling is the threel, and of coughing, which so generally the..: His CARMINATIVE or SOOTHING SYRUP. %IV from any prepandioo of or adage has obtained

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