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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
 
London, Thursday, Feb. 1.

London, Thursday, Feb. 1.

TUESDAY'S Gazette the following Uie Irish Peerage gianted to the folk»wing Noblemen, and Hie heirs male their bodies respectively, viz £eri Ormonde'-flt O-s-.ry, to*.* Marquis ef-Ormonde, m «.. . Earlnf Londonderry b« Mamuie Loudonderrv, the county of Londonderry. fcarl of Conyn
February 3, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

His Roy ul Highness the Prince Regeuf6t.il continuing too indisposed lo open the ion in person, whs this day commenced, with the following- Speech of ihe Lords Commissioners (viz. the Lord Chancellor, the Karl Liverpool, anil the Archbishop Canterbury), both Houses Parliament :-
February 3, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
YARMOUTH, Feb. 1.

YARMOUTH, Feb. 1.

GPINEAvS. Prizes from Guineas down to th*. \ it prize in the present Lottery, (which drawing Valentine's. Day) jturchase$ of BEART, Yarmouth, wW'H TJESPECTFULLY acquaints his and the.Public, that.he has determined and pledges himself pay immediately ail the Prizes (of whatever d
February 3, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
LYNN, Feb. 1.

LYNN, Feb. 1.

Wednesday last were committed to our Gaol, T. B. Esq. Mayor, George Ward;, charge with haying stolen a spade, the property cf Mr. M. G. Cooper, ironmonger; and Joseph Hudson, for stealing box, containing hats, from out of a cart in tbe street. Saturday sennight, a fine, girl, te
February 3, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THE MARKET CHRONICLE.

THE MARKET CHRONICLE.

MARK-LANE. Ju». 29. The quantity Wheat fresh in for thismork. toy s market not being so large as icui expected, and samples much request, we had brisk sale, the early part of the day, at advance in e prt!fs of 2. 3.». per quarter since last Mor.d*,, the arrival is nearly all tak
February 3, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
A .- \W, SOLD, Desirable FreehoW >fettmghajfc near llunaay, Feline of Webb fan Catthew, and HaVlestom - ' : ——.——

A .- \W, SOLD, Desirable FreehoW >fettmghajfc near llunaay, Feline of Webb fan Catthew, and HaVlestom - ' : ——.——

;»«...,■■ WITH IMMEDIATE EOBi>EbSWA\ 'a SOLD, \ omfortahle late the i- of Mr. BurgeM. deceased, pleasantly situated the pan>h of St. Gilo's, in the city 'Norwich; consisting'of hall, parlour, drawingroom, and riveMeeiMug-*r.H,tr?s, kitchert, store ro«n«, pantry, wash-house,' and
February 3, 1816 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England