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SATURDAY, Feb. 10. February sth. 1816. NORWICH INSURANCE OFFICE. r Proprietors of this Office are requested * to take notice,

SATURDAY, Feb. 10. February sth. 1816. NORWICH INSURANCE OFFICE. r Proprietors of this Office are requested * to take notice,

that their Dividend will be paid at Messrs. Kctt and Back's Bunk, Monday, February 19th, any subsequent day. A 7. persons apply on behalf of Proprietors not resident in Sortaich, are requested produce their authority for doing: ARE PUBLISHED, Price Eighteen-pcncc. > npHOUGHTS on
February 10, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
F*ATT, Land YOU re.p7etaWe * : .»on*ctH>«i», v. the above Falicatkmof imh.., and the U f« Spirit l>v»l, a*coanected with

F*ATT, Land YOU re.p7etaWe * : .»on*ctH>«i», v. the above Falicatkmof imh.., and the U f« Spirit l>v»l, a*coanected with

Drainage and miration. Nornich, Fab, loth, 1816. ' ' Norwich, Feb. lOth, W. DAVEY, stone dad Marble mason, (I.*** •» ST. «fO».si's JNFORMS Friends and the Public has that old established Vnrd, many fears in the occupation the Is* Mr. Meadow, near the New Opening, King-*tr*«it, a
February 10, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL. ' For the Benefit Mr. DOWTQN, And positively the Last Night his Performance." THIS EVENING, •Saturday, Feb. 10th,

THEATRE ROYAL. ' For the Benefit Mr. DOWTQN, And positively the Last Night his Performance." THIS EVENING, •Saturday, Feb. 10th,

be peiioimed'a'C<tmedy. called *' The BUSY BODY. Sir Francis Gripe, Mr: After which, an Interlude taken fioui The VILLAGE LAWYER. Scout, Mr. .' To which will be add* d, a Farce* called WHO'S THE DUPE "Old Diiiley, by Mr. DOWTON. MONDAY,- February 12th, * .. TLA FARCE, As will be
February 10, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
IHE SALE of Mr,-MALLOW'S, EFFECTS, at Haptuu, advertised, our last,' Postponed farther notice.- ' To(be Pererorjtorjly AUCTION, At the King's

IHE SALE of Mr,-MALLOW'S, EFFECTS, at Haptuu, advertised, our last,' Postponed farther notice.- ' To(be Pererorjtorjly AUCTION, At the King's

Head; in Magdalen-street, Norwich, on Men lay, the 19th day of February, 1816, pre-, eisely at four o'clock in the afternoon, A Good DWELLING-HOUSE and SHOP, on the west side the Market-place,- Norwich, having ■acommunication with the fish-market. This property is now.in the-occ
February 10, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
.-»«taiHtR'SrtBANKRUWCY. ..- TIE Creditois who have proved, the debts under tins Commission may receive Dividend 3s. in the pound on

.-»«taiHtR'SrtBANKRUWCY. ..- TIE Creditois who have proved, the debts under tins Commission may receive Dividend 3s. in the pound on

their respective debts by applying at the office of Messrs. Hi lis, Queen, xtreet, Norwich. ' . .Febrpary lst. lglß. CHARLES' HEWIIT, Solicitor. PHILLIP'S BANKRUPTCY. THE Creditors who have proved their debts under this Commission may receive a Dividend on their respective debts
February 10, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
!>a. . of TUNSTEAD and-H * And other adjacent. Hundreds. AT the Annual Meeting of. the Gentlemen of the Association

!>a. . of TUNSTEAD and-H * And other adjacent. Hundreds. AT the Annual Meeting of. the Gentlemen of the Association

for Prosecuting Horsestealers ai d othet Felons, held this day at tee King's Anns Inn. North- W i'sham, the Treasurer's accounts for tub last'year were settled, and it was agreed that Mr. C iXlkm should be continued Treasurer for the year'ensuing, and that the articles should in
February 10, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MARRIED.— AJ Vienua, Prince Leopold, brother ofthe reigning Duke SaxeCobourg, to the Counter of Cohary. The bride's dress was worth

MARRIED.— AJ Vienua, Prince Leopold, brother ofthe reigning Duke SaxeCobourg, to the Counter of Cohary. The bride's dress was worth

500,000 florius j she was literally covered diamonds.— At Stutgoard, the Hereditary Prince of Wirtcmb* rg, the Grand Duchess Catherine Hon. Stapletou, eldest son of Lord Le Despeneer, to Maria Wynne Bankes, second daughter of H. Bankes, Esq. M. P.—The Rev. J. C. Churchill, Fello
February 10, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THE MARKET CHRONICLE.

THE MARKET CHRONICLE.

advanced about U.per cartel * day sennight.. Spring VorS I)n more abundance, but MaUu,g Bailey , fonts tin price ,«„,„ n and Be.nsof both.arts, altlu^Sl^f' Pea* rather more saleable, b ut not higher and Rye, Greg Peat, and other ar, J there ir no particular alteration. j ' - OEN
January 20, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MARRIED. Thursday at Bath, Wm. Jerningham, vttn sou of the late Sir Wm. Bart, Coste*i*-y- hall, this county, Anne, daughter

MARRIED. Thursday at Bath, Wm. Jerningham, vttn sou of the late Sir Wm. Bart, Coste*i*-y- hall, this county, Anne, daughter

the lan Janus Moore, Esq. of Dublin. Same day, James Groom, sen., of the parish of Overy, to Margaret Wright. being his fe Sunday ** St « * l «* Mancrof', Sir. John CoetoM.s. Mary Tann. Last week, Mr. Charles Hustler to Miss Sophia Chapman, both Newmarket. Lately, E. H. Dykes, E
January 20, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
J SATURDAY, Jan. 27. V Yarmouth, has received the Letter, with its contmrt*, dated London, 16th January, 1516. Absence prevented

J SATURDAY, Jan. 27. V Yarmouth, has received the Letter, with its contmrt*, dated London, 16th January, 1516. Absence prevented

its being earlier noticed.- CHINA, GLASS, and ST AFJ'ORDSItIHE WAREHOUSE. CHARLES COX. OLD BROAD ROW, YARMOUTH, MOST respectfully iuforms the nobility", gentry, and public in general, that he has « most valuable and choice collection of elegant CHINA and CUT-G LASS, from the man
January 27, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England