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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A DAwAD POLICE. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. eQEro V. FLOCaTON AND OTHERS. J UDGMSENT ON TO 0S CONCERNED IN5 ERECTING THE WATERMEN'S e FPAUL'5 W5AARr.-The defendants, who had ATtytoan indictment for erecting spierat Paul's td hvlereby an obstruction to Subscribers-only content

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    ' AW.ND ace I" I I as _I -ANt nP, COURT .OF QUEE 'S BENXCH.: K68TONsVo V * Dsaar-~ D~x."-b15 wasn action to^ recover .compensatioonfoirinjuries.,done by!the dt'efedant's four -horse coachlto theplaintiff and his taxed cart on the' eveningof the Subscribers-only content

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    IA LETTER FROM SIR EDWARD I SULLIVA N. MY LORDS-DEMOCRAT. [To THB EDITOR OF THU " DERBY MEBCURy1."J Sir,-My Lords Spiritual and my Lords Temporal are our old familiars, and we have got accustomed to them; but now we Subscribers-only content

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    LOoKINo?IA?SES. 'The COMMERCIAL 165, Osford-street, ead 78, Feet.?freaL? (note the name and the aiim. hers). v. ry 'respectfully invite the NobiIIf? the rublir, sad the Trade 1 to Inspect their most extenelvo and msgaAll?eIi?Stock of CHIMNEY, j CONtULE, PIhit, Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH. MARRIED. On the 18th ult., at Holton, Mr. Edwabd A. Mates, farmer, Pulham, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Lant, of Tibbenham. On the 24th ult, at Sutton Bridge, Fbed. TJpchgbch Mabtin, organist, of East Dereham, to Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH. | MARRIED. On the 7th inst., at Thetford, Robert, youngest son of Mr. T Kimm, miller and farmer, Thetford, to Sarah, roundest daughter of Mr. J. Porter, yeoman, Thetford. Onthe 7th inst., at Llandovery, South Wales John UobgaK, Subscribers-only content

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    ;„,.., MARRIED. . vtavse nni^ii, }< r . John Pegg, farmer. loMiss I'surl """■ i ' l1 ' b " th oi Upper Sherringb.iin. «"y *c nmjrht. at !S:. Xwithin's, Mr. Win. Wd S Fl '-* nct>s( '" stI Subscribers-only content

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    SUFFOLK AND GENERAL COUNTRY xlmtralilc Eneuranrc ©f&rr, AGAINST LOSS FROM FIRE. PATRONISED by His Grace the DUKE of NORFOLK, His Grace the DUKE of GRAFTON, His Grace the DUKE of DORSET, His Grace the DUKE of BUCCLEUCH and QUEENSBERRY Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIED. On the 14th inst., at Beeston Regis, the Rev. Thomas Starling Norgate to Caroline Roxalana Woodrow, niece ofthe late Cremer Cremer, Esq., of Beestou Regis. Last week, at Heigham church, Mr. William Bunn Colling, architect, to Miss Emily Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH, AUG 4. MARRIED. On the 2ist inst. at Meilen, Switzerland, Dr. J. G. Baiter, of the University of Zurich, to Susan, eldest daughter ofthe Rev. T. Drummond, Rosary, Thorpe. On Thursday sennight, Mr.Chas. Smith, eldest son of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH. MARRIED. On the 15th inst., at St. Saviour's, in this city, Mr. John Campling, fish merchant, to Hannah Rayner, housekeeper to R. Chamberlin, Esq., Catton House. On the 17th inst., at Winterton, Charles F., son of E. Lilley, Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. On the l?th inst. in South A udley- street, the Hon. .Mrs. Edward Stafford Jerningham, of a son. MARRIED. On th» 6tli inst, by the Rev. S. Gedge, Mr. William Chapman, to Miss Thurtell, both of North Runcton. Subscribers-only content

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    SUFFOLK AND GENERAL COUNTRY amicaole Enourancc Office, AGAINST LOSS FROM FIRE. PATRONISED BY His Grace the DUKE of NORFOLK, His Grace the DUKE of GRAFTON, His Grace the DUKE of DORSET, His Grace the DUKE of BUCCLEUCH and QUEENSBERRY Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH, OCT. 21. - :'j- The notice of the Thatford Wort. cultural Show shall le inserted in our next. We are sorry it has been so lung eielayeei BIRTH. On the 9th mst., at Honingham-haU, in this county, the Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH MANUFACTURES. NORWICH, AUGUST 12. MARRIED." On the Gth instant, at St. George's Church, Hanover- equarc, London, Thomas Thistleth wayte, Esq., eldest son of 1 homos Thistlcwayte, Esq , of Southwick-park, Hants, and grandson of the late bishop Bathurst, Subscribers-only content

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    We regret to announce the death nfl,j, r* tv widow of tbe late Peer, whom she has SS C ° lbo ™e> few months. Her Ladyship expired " | U " lv « d on] y a »ng, shortly Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AXD DEATHS. V Announcements of nirths are chargeable as Advertisements •»* None but authenticated accounts can be inserted. BIRTH. On the 28th ult., at Woolvcrstone, the wife ofthe Rev. Herbert Bice, of a son. MARRIED. Lately, in Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH. _ , „, , MARRIED. On the 2,th ult..; at Honfb-d, in thi. county, by the brnes uncle, the Rev. Edward Day, Hector of kirby Bedon, Uie Rev. H. if. Wiuwood, M.A., of EtetS- college, Oxford, and Farlington, Subscribers-only content

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    INORWICH MARRIED. On the 29th ult., at Heigham N.J. Campling pro- fessor of music, to Harriet, fourth daughter of Mr E Garrod, both of Heigham. On the 30th ult., at Sparham J E. Cbemeb, of Spar- ham-house, second s'-n Subscribers-only content

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    NORWICH. MARRIED. On the 26th ult., at Thurning, Mr. T. Pointer, of the Half -Moon Inn, Boston, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. R. Farrow, Melton Constable. ° On the 7th inst., at Kenninghall, Mr. J. Canham of the Subscribers-only content

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