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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of WALES, who was accom- panied by the PRINcESS, laid the foundation stone of the Norfolk County School, at North Elmham, near Dereham. The Bishop of NoRwIcH was pre- sent, and an address was read by the Rev. Preben- dalTy Subscribers-only content

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    joined the special train irons Lynn to North Elmham, at AWolferton, proceeding rid Heacham and Holklsanm, where they were joined by aL distinguished party witis the Earl of Leicester, to North Elmham. At this station their Royal Highnosses were inet Subscribers-only content

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    be rendered to agricul- turiats by a Iniowledge of germs. The cuckoo hna been heard in the parish of North Elmham, Norfolk. During the storms of the last three days, a moertqik Zaii, an Arctic aquatic bird that has seldom Subscribers-only content

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    Y. NEMCHERLOhiLU, Manchester, merchant-T. FISHER, Bristot, umbrella manufacturer-G. HARRIS, sen., Earsham, Norfolk, farmer-W. BURN, Morpeth, Northumberland, watchmaker-R. H. STONEX, North Elmham, Norfolk, wheelwright- MARY ROBERTS, Naindee, Monmouthshire, licensed victualler-P. T. ULLIVERO, Bartington, Cheshire, grocer-J. GOSTLING, Brighton, tailor - W. BUCKLAND, Subscribers-only content

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    VC gill, of Canteon, E sq. Nostroast-Andrew Fountains, of Narford, Faq. ; the Hon.wi Gedrge John Witson 1't1illes, of North Elmham John I ayln Rsob of Wooidrisig, REq. l91 Aid 1No fTetAXsPT0Nesin 1 -Samiue1 Amy Severne, of Therford' ditit REq. Subscribers-only content

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    and Robinson, Charterhouse-square. Ma-tin Morris, jun., South Shields, Durham, shino wrier, June 2 At- orney, Hodgson, Broad-strect-buildincp. Edward Mayston. North Elmham, Norfolk, general shopkeeper. May .9. Attorney, Lythgoe, Essex-street. Strand. Ailham Joseph Cooper and James __e_t_.e, Notth Shi. l is, Subscribers-only content

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    East and West and South and Middle Saxons. North- folk and South-folk, North-Umbriaua and South- Umbrians, North-wick and South-bury, North Elmham and South Elmham, and a host of similar desig- nations. This reference to the points of the com- pass Subscribers-only content

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    G. Arthurton, of Corpusty, and eldest daughter of the late Wm. Pigg, of Weston. On the 25th ult, at North Elmham, aged 70, Eliza, wife of C. H. Whaites, late of Rnugham. On the 25th ult. , in London, aged Subscribers-only content

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    Prince of Wales, accom- panied by the Princess, will lay the foundation atone of the Norfolk Counly School at North Elmham, on Easter Monday. A pubbc luncheon will afterwards be given, presided over by the Earl of Leicester, at which Subscribers-only content

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    daughter of W. A. Li'- V - ' ****_• On the 15th inst., suddenly, aged 7", at }'-'■'}■*■ „': North Elmham, James, the yonnxest *.n ••' '•'' '. tj Mai.litt. farmer and dealer, and formerly " Peacock Farm. . . Subscribers-only content

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    Auctioneers, Norwich, and New Craven Chambers, Corner of Craven-street. Charing-cross, Loudon, W.C. NORFOLK. THE YARROW HOUSE ESTATE BINTRY AND NORTH ELMHAM. Two and a half miles from the Railway Stations of Elmhain aud Ryhurgh, and . ix miles from the Subscribers-only content

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    J. Scott, schoolmaster, Hun- stanton. On the 27th ult., at North Elmham, Wa. B. Coopbb, Barney, to Helen Ann, third daughter of S. Butcher, grocer aud draper, North Elmham. On the 27th ult., at Lakenham, Geo. Jambs, eldest son of Subscribers-only content

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    .P., vi Stamford, Lincolnshire. On the Ist inst., at Newark-on-Trent, HERBERT Chas., third son of P. P. Ransom, Esq., North Elmham. in this county, to Kate, youngest daughter of the late UichaßD Warwick, Esq., of Newark-ou-Treut. DIED. On the 17th Subscribers-only content

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    29 25 Fhami.in.HAM Wednesday „ 30 2_ Woodbridge Thursday „ 31 2\ Sol TH WOLD Friday June 1 2_ North Elmham ... Monday „ 11 11 Gressenhall „ „ „ 3 LITCHAM Tuesday „ 12 11 Castle Acre „ „ Subscribers-only content

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    of numerous fine urns of thick- black or ash-coloured ware, a portion of which were found at Shropham and North Elmham, county Norfolk, Little Wilbraham, county Cambridge, Cam- bridge, Walsingham, county Suffolk, and other sites. The table-cases, which are placed Subscribers-only content

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    3s. 6d., and he was bound over in the sum of £20 to keep the peace for six months. NORTH ELMHAM Funeral of the late Lady Sondes. - The remains of this highly esteemed and lamented lady were interred in Subscribers-only content

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    be strayed, all reasonable expences and re- ward, wbicb will be paid by me, warn, w w j6IJN BLISS, North Elmham. i To be SOLD by AUCTION, By W. PARSON, At the White Horse Inn, at Kenninghall, in Norfolk, on Subscribers-only content

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    A. merits in Husbandry, Dairy and Brewing Uten- sils, of Mr. WILLIAM WELLS, (who is leaving his EirniJ at North Elmham, in Norfolk; consisting of %() handsome young cows. (24 c- which are polled), \ 1 handsome polled bull, a Subscribers-only content

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    all sc beauty and fashion ofth c neighbourhood. In honour of die Peace, tiie poor of the parish of North Elmham were regaled on ti-eijth inst. by Richard Milles, Esq. in a jreen piece near the King's Head, with 24 Subscribers-only content

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    aged 37 ', Mrs. Shaw, wife of .0 r. Samuel Jetfery Shaw, at- torney, of Aylsham. Lately died at North Elmham, aged 55, Mr. John Billing, formerly a general shop- keeper at Litcham. - Also very suddenly* Mr. Win. Lhi_c, Subscribers-only content

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