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PROPERTY TAX.

PROPERTY TAX.

Friday laid, a meeting tbe inhabitants of Westminster took place in Palace-yard, tor the purpose ol petitioning against therenewal of the Property Tax, and the maintenance of a standing army time uf peace. The meeting was numerously attended. twelve o'clock great crowds had asse
March 2, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
NORFOLK. the General Quarter of th % / >fface » held by adjournment at the Cast, Norwich, in and for

NORFOLK. the General Quarter of th % / >fface » held by adjournment at the Cast, Norwich, in and for

the said county, on Sa turday the \7th day of February, 1816, The Overseers ofthe Poor, Governors"or otlier Officers of Houses c. Industry or Workhouses, Surveyors qf the Highways, ' -If*** Clerks to Justices of the Peace, ' IVithin the several Hundreds in the county r f°&> are
March 2, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
NORWICH &. s»WaFFHAM lURNPIKK. next Meeting the trustees, will he |_ tins Guildhall, in Norwich, on Monday the 4th day

NORWICH &. s»WaFFHAM lURNPIKK. next Meeting the trustees, will he |_ tins Guildhall, in Norwich, on Monday the 4th day

Mart h, 1816, at 12 o'clock at noon precisely* HAGUE STONE. TO GRAZIERS. r Shewn for Sale at the Card at; Hatlnn, JL Harlestou, onTuesday, the jtii of .Match, ISI6 a very capital Drove GALLOWAY BULLOCKS and HEIFERS. By ROBERT HASTINGS. The Rev. HENRY HUNTER BEGS leave to inform
March 2, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
DAY BUT ONE, NEXT WEDNESDAY, MARCH SIX, GRAND STATE THE WHEEL: TWO Prizes Twenty-five Thousand Guineas in Gold ! TWO

DAY BUT ONE, NEXT WEDNESDAY, MARCH SIX, GRAND STATE THE WHEEL: TWO Prizes Twenty-five Thousand Guineas in Gold ! TWO

Prizes of Twenty Thou sard Pounds Sterling! With Nurhcvotis Prizes of «£i,ooo, &c NO sMall LOtTery to follow. HAZARD & Co. Boval * Jtojfttl Exchange, London, With pleasure acquaint their Wends mis eonnty that they «old the following Capitals drawn last February ::4, No. 6,057, P
March 2, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
T IN PRESS, Esq. : " I«tnhwi.M.) Mis , the Prince Earl Chester: d Work, the first portion whicK will

T IN PRESS, Esq. : " I«tnhwi.M.) Mis , the Prince Earl Chester: d Work, the first portion whicK will

, * h «'.'»» April next, will compiled in.Nine Part-, t- three VolHtnes in folio, each vohune of above four hundred printed is*,*; ,f with appropriate copperplate Engravings, and preset,tatmns, cut in wood, of armcrinl y seals, and other remain* of antiquity. The „ of copies pri
March 2, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
GRASS LANDS-) ■ To be LET,, A BOLT 100 Acres of Superior CRASS LANDS, at Bix ey near Norwich. Enquire

GRASS LANDS-) ■ To be LET,, A BOLT 100 Acres of Superior CRASS LANDS, at Bix ey near Norwich. Enquire

of Mr. Chapman, Norwich. riIHE next of Kip of WILLIAM HUNT JOLLEY, lateof Sandrmgham, in the county pf Norfolk, Warrener, who died the month July last intestate, is desired immediately to apply to-Mr. Wit* liana Dun ant, of Sandriugham. s —'r '- ■ 11,11, , lEFEI EFE at the Swan
March 2, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MARRIED. . ... Thursday sennight, Mr. Bunham, of Aldborough, to Ann, eldest daughter Mr. T. Clarke, ot Earsham Mill. Tuesday

MARRIED. . ... Thursday sennight, Mr. Bunham, of Aldborough, to Ann, eldest daughter Mr. T. Clarke, ot Earsham Mill. Tuesday

last, Mr. Vassar, of Shipdham, to Miss Sarah Todd, second daughter Mr. Samuel Todd, of Cran worth. Same day, Lieut. Adams, of the Royal NaVy, to Miss Sarah Swansborongh, of Wisbech. Same day, Mr. W. Crowe, of Ranworth, to Miss Porter, of South Walsham. Last week, Mr._.J.o.h.n Ba
March 2, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
FARMING, 1816. Farmers, their empty ba«js to fill, Once fatm'd shifts, and thounlit no harm, Now, let them manage as

FARMING, 1816. Farmers, their empty ba«js to fill, Once fatm'd shifts, and thounlit no harm, Now, let them manage as

they will, They scarce can make a shift to'farm. • T.
March 2, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
YARMOUTH, March 14.

YARMOUTH, March 14.

Passed through Koads,on Sunday, from northward, the Dart sloe of war, for the Nore.—Arrived, the Lion brig, of this port, from Messina, in 24 days, with cargo of fruit, bound to Petersburgh. Put into this harbour to refit, sloop, belonging to Hastings, laden with coals, with the
March 16, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
HMHE Annual Meeting of the Subscribers to the Institution for the INDIGENT BLIND, iv Norwich, will held at the Hospital,

HMHE Annual Meeting of the Subscribers to the Institution for the INDIGENT BLIND, iv Norwich, will held at the Hospital,

near Magdalen tiates, on Monday, the 18th ot March, at twelve o'clock. By order of the Committee, G EORGE-BELL, Secretary. STANNARD'S CREDITORS. TIIE Creditors of JOHN STANNARD, of Thorpe next Norwich, Lime-burner, are requested to send account their demands to Mr. Chapman, Soli
March 16, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England