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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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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

1 Dec 1911

Brown. Mrs. W. Monknufn, Miss Dirothy Monkman, Mr. R. 11. ltoofe, Mr. and Mrs D. S. Vickers. Mt. D. Baker, Mr. anti Mrs: O. W. Watts Mr. A. Johnsen, Mr. T. Diggle. Mr. E. Anderson. Sir. C. Count. Mr. J. l'hompsou, Mr. and View article

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

7 Dec 1910

t* c»f Mr. W. Botlp was. last pT**ninf the Oddfrllowa* Ha]), Hhipdh.uo. uudrr tlw» A»rr*idpncjr of Mr. W. D. rriffsn. Amowfat th«K*p preaent Mr. Fi. Onmmpr. Mr. W. Butler. Mr. K. I. I>niry. Mr. L. D. Wortlrjr, Mr. 11. Goring. Mr. Vf. Ashby, Mr. Tench

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

17 Jan 1874

JANUARY, 1874. Stewards : Mr. B. Mr. W. DEWING Mr. E. KENT Mr. J. Mr. H. OVERMAN Mr. H. C. BONNIER Mr. J. 13Lrra Mr. H. GATFORD Mr. J. SswELL Mr. G. Tickets, including refreshments : Gentlemen, 12/6 ; Ladies, 10/6 ; to be obtained of View article

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

15 Feb 1907

best trade at his house iu the day-time.—Mr. away Mr. Pipe's licence they would cripple his j Wilkie: Do you remember • conversation you baldness and do sway with the benefits which had with p.s. Hunt ?A. Yes.—Q. Did you &opened from his outlay in Church

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

7 Jul 1910

associated with the ®I If which- followed the flood. Mr-J. Smith, th. ll.v, a. Ooold. .Mr. O. M. CTiaraW Jiit. Ur. Ilrrerley. Dr, Ufforri. Mr. .1. Mr. John Willi., Mr. Murlrl, Mr. foSmnn. Mr. -S. Matthrws. and Mr. Bareess, many them, alas, dead, some < them si'll

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

10 Sep 1910

meeting were the Lady Mi'-irer-s (Mrs. Hlyth , Air. and Mr*. Col man. Hat (ol man, Mise Helen Col n. Mrs. K. T. Rrardmiin. Hishop H.imlyn (vicar Eatfiiii. Mr. P. E. Ilnnsell. Air. . K. Huiiscll, Air. 11. l.eo Warner. Sir Peit-r Earle. Mr. J. Winter. Sir

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

6 May 1911

accompanist. Mr. Charles J.* * «T- Hansell, Mrs. I. Cupper had the direction of the Mr. anil Mrs. McMimis, Mr., .drs., and gramme. Miss Ninham. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Piper, Mr*. the conclusion of the dinner conver- Mordingham. Mr. and Mrs. Herring, Mrs. and

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

8 Apr 1911

Buiiingham, Mr. K. Barnes, of vocal and instrumental music That’s what do.” and in response to nn on- Mr. J. N. Foote. Mr. Arnold J. Hill*, Mr*. 8. was carried out Mrs. Briggs. Mr. und Mr*. F. . orP “Come back to Erin.” Miss Kettering- Jarrold, Mr. \V. T.

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

18 Jun 1853

Farm. Salaam Toner Mr. Pillans, Solicitor, and Walton ; or Mr. Botcher, Auctioneer. Narerieh. By Nor Lakes Paten! THE CAMP AT CHOBHAM Mrs. , Lyn. Mr. Coops. d M. . .. Lyt.n. Ly— Mr. J.., H 2ry, Linn. Mr. H. C. Walker:ol4 Lynn Mr. Hotter, draper, Lynn

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

9 Dec 1887

nt on Mr. Harrington for dowel 1 2 Hr. Hoothooldo would have faded do otooddd the of Ma aiding the ammo ot may. The Noe- Imams mbar e ased a t wawa p a th tab istth thi. th a to Ida motion whidi would have dame the Unloads oat ibb sett swim his duty.

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

13 Dec 1910

n«i» held Hrhoolm(Mß k Kprow»(an, last evening. Mr. A. CV«en»-Hnrdy presided. •«»! was supported 5 Ijii Price, Mr*. C. H. Gurney, Mr. Wilfrid Tillett, Me. Frank Jeweon, Mr. H. Koberteon, M.. G. A. Gibbo. Mr. H. Tb-* Chairman said that there was every that

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Norwich Mercury

Norwich Mercury Norfolk, England

2 Mar 1904

draw illustrated. It only fair to Mr. Robinson to say that while Mr. Roper, the Draughts Editor of the ** 8.0. P..” elucidated the principle of the draw, onr assiduous analyst Mr. Robinson, elaborated it with all his usual care and acuteness. Almost

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

31 Dec 1870

40, a .ores his wit. Wary Ann, ass& Id, lived at ft Mager read. Passe MIL The bashes/ worked is end is a wry de* an. a fabled sphe his angel between his wit* a This seems lave pod os ri. a d. and hot week to p M with. led bees sash to his wilt and Ind

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

26 Oct 1910

Walne and Mr. Alfred Walre, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sutton. Mr and Mrs 8. H. Carman. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Grimmer. Mr. and Mrs. B. Watson. Mr, and Mrs. J. Brooks, Mies Violet Co*. Mr. and Mrs. John

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

16 Nov 1907

n.. Bov. 4. .. Von'H Bible lady lane -i« p.m.. •uhjert, Jrmu valkt'th ttw* ee*- Mr. 4. Ktebblnvw. Wocbcd'm Bible das*, lady 1a00.—3 pro. WESLEYAN REFORM METHOD!WT. H4r00t,—10.45 a m.. Mr. MUdred. 3 p.m . P H.A.; a.ldrcsd. Mr. T. Jell: soloi*i. Min Bawdy

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Lynn Advertiser

Lynn Advertiser Norfolk, England

25 Dec 1852

14101134. OD the motion of NIL names of Mr. C. Darkins and Mr. IVilile were acklul to these of Mr. John. eon, Mr. lkiekwith, Mr. Tillett, and Mr. Dowson, who farmed the Public Libraries and Mtuennis' Act l'ominittee. Mr. WOODCOCK moved that permission be 6-ranted

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

5 Dec 1911

country. The fart that Mr Ramsay Macdonald to' day, the requ.al Mr. Asquith, pone! his qncation Sir E. tirey (cmnder the appointment a committee keep Parliament in closer touch with foreign afairs. is taken in some quarters meaa that when Mr. Aaqaith replies

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Thetford & Watton Times and People's Weekly Journal.

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

8 May 1886

hurled forth in the e words did more. His face, rod with anger and surprise, flashed as pale that of corpse! strength desperate that of his caplor came to his arms, and with terrific wrench at the thin hands of his accuser he had himself free, and her

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

10 Jun 1911

tuture. (Loud Mr. ended mentioning that the success of the iircseiitHlion was very largely due Mr. \V. Uaymer, who had taken a j piominent part in its piotnotiou. Mr. Fellow then lormally odcied the bowl and aJdrcss Mr. Boyle. . . . Mr. Boyle, M.P.,on

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