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    jives of Mrs. Campbell, wife of the late regimental quartermaster, and a waterman, who narrowly escaped drowning in the River Yare in May. The Mayor of Norwich, who wears a similar medal, afterwards presented Moore with £45. subscribed by the Subscribers-only content

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    visit for a fewv days to the PRIME e MINISTER. t By the upsetting of a boat o01 the River Yare, near Norwich, yesterday, two young men were drowned, and three young women had a narrow i; escape of their Subscribers-only content

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    Nasmyth, 1822, 22Cgs.; a Water Frolic on the Mare, by A. Stannard, llOgs. By .J. Stark: IView on the River Yare, Thorpe, near Norwich, 495gs. : a Road through a Forest, with a boat and two men Jisbing, 255gs.; a Subscribers-only content

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    of any convenient land that might botedonressoutl~e terg~s. A FLQtTrt5G Isz,&it wsaa YAnmoutm-A strngQ [sight .was see on 'the River Yare, near Cantley, on Saturdasy, A high tide had bc-en caused by a strong north .sind, and 'the rising water Subscribers-only content

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    gaidens, with slUtable residences. buildings, and cottages thereon. The fari n ace sitriated on tie southern bank of the River Yare, ou the eastern side and within two miles of the city of Norwich, and have direct communscation therewith byrmeans Subscribers-only content

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    named Thorpe-was drowned. A boat acci- io$? dent, resulting in the lose of three lives, occurred ad on the River Yare, near Norwich. A steam .eil ?aCuOh, in which were eight men, came into oni- m- lision with a passenger Subscribers-only content

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    Camnot to form a new French Ministry. Two eler1ks were drowned yesterdny by the capsizi of a boat-on the River Yare. Four Blue-books were published in London yesterdiy on the Behring Sea Arbitratibo. The annual sports in connection with the Subscribers-only content

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    clerks-John Dallet and Sydney Smith-of Norwich, were drowned to-day by the capsising of a boatin Postwicb reach on the River Yare. Three other occupants of the boat were rescued. BOATING FATALITY-LOSS OF FOUR LIVBS. THE Central News says-A terrible boating Subscribers-only content

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    BELFAST: .MONDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1897. CESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) - I Abet~~~t Iev-X t A new Greek Cahinet has been formed, with I Zainis as Premier and Minister of Foreign Affair 8ir Edward Clarke, QO., I.P`, will address a IneetinT Subscribers-only content

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    of Etty. It is, without playing upon the name of the artist, "- Correctly chaste, and classically cold." Bright's" River Yare in the Morning" is, indeed, a brilliant morning sketch; at least it " took our senses captive, and rapt Subscribers-only content

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    in 1848, in the July or which year he engaged in a seollers' match of two miles on thb River Yare with S. Field, of Norwich, whom he defeated with ease. The next we hear of him is at Thorpe Subscribers-only content

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    accordance with a wish of Mdile. Beatrices (Manacoress of the Fros-Frou Compasiyj to view the lovely scenery of the River Yare, her veteran Stage-Mlanager I(Mr Horace Wiganol, th Acting-Manager (Air Edward George), and Mr T.N. Wenman, volunteered to row that Subscribers-only content

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    COLLISIowNONTHEE YARE.-Tseeucm MENDR NDaon. -A boat accident, resulting in the less of three lives, ;occurred on Sunday on the River Yare near Norwich. A steam launch, on which were eight men, collided with the JeniiyLind, apassenger steanser. The occupants were Subscribers-only content

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    wsas definitdlY re- solved1to restiriot the make of Cleveland pig irwnfoi September 1it.- Owing to a collision on the River Yare on Saunda~ between a passenger steamer &ad a steam launchi, thtef persona were drowned. ,addb *John Reynolds, barman, was Subscribers-only content

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    room for doubt I It 'that-thsy'were drowned. an ly Monday witnessed the commencement of thag bostieg be idseason on-the River Yare, and a large number of steamers fo: id were puastipg~up and down Prestwieb Beach.. A stoamer, ig passing. a Subscribers-only content

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    Nults, no Imagine the sea front at the top of the line, the race- as 1. curs atthebottom, the River Yare beyond that, fe headquarters to the left, and about 80 acres of common f I to the right of Subscribers-only content

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    cover the disembarkation of his cavalry, artillery, and stores, whic is taking place on the wharves 2 of the River Yare. According to the phraseology a of the Naval Mancruvres, " war is declared." On, a Monday night he had Subscribers-only content

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    case the facts were as follows: The defendants wfere authorised by their act to construct a bridge over -l River Yare, at a place specified in the act. They attomptcd to do so, but were compelled, owing to the want Subscribers-only content

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    of Southtowv, otherwise Little Yarmouth, near Yarmouth, Norfolk, consisting of wharves and warehouses, with extensive fiontages to the River Yare, or Yarmouth Haven, numerous dwelling houses and cottages, and marsh land in the rear, the whole containing about 197 acres, Subscribers-only content

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    * J. Stark, ,No. 4,' on its hack; and was this v eek identified as a View on the River Yare, in Norfolk, and a Stark, by one who knew not the story of the inscription on the back, and Subscribers-only content

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