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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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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

19 Mar 1853

Mr. Frank Not - erre I RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT HE DIVES I LESSONS IN DANCIN6 At his Rooms, No. 41, Queen Street, Lynn, on FRI DAYS. A Class for Foote Ladies mad Gentlemen at Ten o'clock. A Class for Young Ladies end Little Boys at Twelve. The Quarter

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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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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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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

11 May 1816

Lumpkin, his undtrtenants. The aOove Mill in very good repair, and may entered on immediately, completion ofthe purchase, and at Michaelmas next. For further particulars enquire of Mr. Johu Woods, the proprietor, who will shew the premises, aud of Mr. John

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

16 Sep 1815

Letters post-paid to R. L. New Ruckenham, near Attleburgh, Norfolk (with particulars), will be attended to. M. LAIRD BEGS leave io inform the Ladies of Lynn an its vicinity, she purposes having Fashinntblc DRESSES, CORSETTS, &c. &c. on Friday, the 2«d instant

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

30 Jan 1858

SURREY STREET, NORWICH. MRS. DUNNETT (daughter of the late Mr. Thurgar) begs to announce that having returned to Norwich, and fixed her Residence Surrey Street, her Establishment for Young Ladies was re-opened on MONDAY, the 25th inst BAWBURGH HILL SCHOOL

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

9 May 1807

Piece will be prefented a >,'■•• Jin hum- Beau gash; Tickets had Mr. and Mrs. Grove, at Mr. Gidne/s, Red Lion Lane; Mr. Booth, and Mr. fc Market-place; Mr. Kitton, White Lion-Lane; and Mrs. Rivctt, where places for the boxes may be taken. - will an ASSEMBLY

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

28 Jan 1888

is baying • nestar like Mr. Gress. Dr. The Ladies, whisk was Tu r:s= wi to by rop.i rr. J. The Mad MM whir wr wen received. Mr. J. C 'emends& The Chrism thou Mier. awl his Maas takes by Mr. J. 1.. posed esspled it the of Mr. Z. who se sr/ suesprisa

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

16 May 1812

less, to be LET next ■ of Mr. Wm. Buckle, Hay-market, Norwich. v To be L.ETj. wit.h immediate Possession, r pVv*ELVE Acres of Arable LAND, situate Newton within seven miles of Norwich. Apply to Mr. Millard, Land Agent, or to Mr. Philip Millard, Attorney

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

14 May 1814

Dalliui - - - fl 6 Mrs. Sit wart, Close - - The Rev. C. Day, Thorpe o ! Mr. E. Day, Horstbrd - G Mrs. Day, do. - 10 6 Collection hv the Rev. Mr. Upjohn, Field Dalliug - - 8 0 0 Collection Miss Bloom, Wells 8 10 The Rev. J. - 10 0 Mr .1. Kerricb - - -

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

11 Jan 1812

Nicholas Struct, Lyon. MRS. LAIRD, RESPECTFULLY informs her that her SCHOQL recommences on the 14th inst. French, Music, Writing, and Arithmetic approved Masters. P. A Quarter's is required previous to any Young Lady's leaving the School. F.\KENHAM~SCHOO'L

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

18 May 1811

. ; For the Benefit of Mr.andMrs.hlNFtELl), On MONDAY, May 20th, 1811, the favorite Comedy THE COUNTRY Gtx%L. The Musical Afterpiece,of T Q E R. CINDERELLA; Or, The LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER. Tickets be had of Mr. Binfieid, at Mr. Bushell's, baker, Ber-street

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

25 Oct 1794

prize Mr. Adam Blackwell. at Chilwort Hants • ' Share of a 5 0001. prize to Mr. J. Wilkins. A Share a 10001. prize Mr.B. Lambert. A Share * ioool. prize to Mr. J. Pilliner. A Share ot 10001. to Mr. Leonard Moulden. A Sha;e ot a 10001. prize to Mrs. Sarah

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

16 Jul 1859

Families of respectability. 2 CLASSICAL & COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, PORTLAND STREET, LYNN. MR. CAWTHORN respectfully intimates that will happy to receive his Pupils Jnly 26th, 185!>. LADIES* SCHOOL, UNTHANO ROAD. MISS HOWARD will be happy to receive her Pupils on Saturday

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

30 May 1829

week, at East B isham, Mr. Saint Jobn Word ingham, of West B mam, to Katharine, eldest daughter of Mr. G. R. Kitton, of the former place. Lately, Mr. Roger Harrison to Miss Harrison, both of Ludham.—At St. Pancras' chnich, London, Mr. Joseph Alexander »

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

18 Feb 1815

ori Tuesday, the?«thof Feb. ce-*Ladies 4s. Mr. vv. POSTLI» . ,- ds * , ; Mr. SHARPE inn. JOHN OS BORN, fcXAVISG taken Uie GEORGE INN, ST. f . ,tJ% PHEN's, NenwtCH, .Ijp&s leave solicit eontinnauce the favours Ladies arid Gentlemen who have ho ioiiicd

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

18 May 1822

vilified his old Patron, or of 'the Reverend Manager of the Cromer Meeting that censured Mr. Wodehouse in his Absence, whilst this holy Vituperator, was abusing the same Mr. W. for daring to reply to charges that had been brought against him in his Absence

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

2 Jan 1819

enry. Norwich, Dec 26th, 1818. TR E-ftO V JL Mr. THTODON RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies and Get tleinen of Norwich and its vicinity, to who he returns his most' grateful thanks for their •» trona>re, that his EXHIBITION will FINALE CLOSE this Piesent Evening

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

6 Jan 1827

36th, 1826. AGENTS Norwich—Mr. MATTHEW RACKHAM. Cambridge— Mr. WILLIAM ROWTON. Fakenham— Mr. R. FLATTEN. Lowestoft— Mr. HENRY SCARLE. North WaUham—Mr. JOHN WOODROW. Swaffham— Mr. W. p. PILLANS. Watton— Mr. PHILIP ALPE. Yarmouth-Mr. T. CRICKMAY, Jnn. Vacant

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