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To be SOLD At'CTIOK, By Mr. BURT, On Monday, Nov. 17th, ami following day, ALL the FARMING STOCK, Implement* Husbandry,

To be SOLD At'CTIOK, By Mr. BURT, On Monday, Nov. 17th, ami following day, ALL the FARMING STOCK, Implement* Husbandry,

aud Bre*ing Utensil*, the late General MONEY, Trowse NeWton. Norfolk consisting 18 useful cart horses, two three year-old colts. two-year-old colts, polled cows, 15 buds, mule, three sows, boar, shoats, 11 score ewes, shearling wethers, lambs, 10 tups, road waggon, muck waggon,
November 15, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
SATURDAY,: Nov. SURGEON andMECHANICAL DENTIST FRO.M LONDON - , ' ' Mrs. No. 31. London-lane, Norwich, f * KS a>s,st

SATURDAY,: Nov. SURGEON andMECHANICAL DENTIST FRO.M LONDON - , ' ' Mrs. No. 31. London-lane, Norwich, f * KS a>s,st

»" relative to his nro- VJT ial anil Palates fixed with accuracy the moderate Uiro*. ITTABLE A OITTCiT E T, NOR WICIL YEARS' experience has justified the Pro-1_ p'riety the plan upon which the business of this Office has been comtu. ted; notwithstanding the extraordinary expense
November 15, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
NEWMARKET COURSING SOCIETY* WILL meet to COURSE, on MONDAY; November instant, NORWICH DISPENSARY. Special Meeting of the Governors of thi*

NEWMARKET COURSING SOCIETY* WILL meet to COURSE, on MONDAY; November instant, NORWICH DISPENSARY. Special Meeting of the Governors of thi*

Institution held at the Dispensary this day, Dr. WRIGHT having given notice, that his other professional engagements rendered him less capable of attending the Dispensary than he has been accustomed to do hitherto, and that he was in consequence desirous of resigning, * It was r
November 15, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Summonses were issued for a Corporate Assembly ofthe boiough Bury on Monday last, fill tiie three vacancies that bod; ;

Summonses were issued for a Corporate Assembly ofthe boiough Bury on Monday last, fill tiie three vacancies that bod; ;

but for want o! a sufficient attendance of the Capital Burgess- s, business could proceeded on. Wedne-day Mr. Serjeant Frere moved for, and the Court "f King's Bench granted, Mandamus to directed to the Alderman and Burgesses of Bury, calling proceed the election of two capital
November 15, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
LYNN, Nov. 13.

LYNN, Nov. 13.

Tuesday last, Robert was whipped at the Cross, in tins Borough, pursuant <» his sentence. the night of Saturday last the shop of Mr. Bays, flour-merchant, in this town was broken into and we are o add ihat in the night ot Tuesday l ist, no >ss tha . ttnee burglaries were committ
November 15, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
RELATIONS ROBERT VF.ttF.RS, i the parish of Saint Swithin, in the ci'y of Worcester, Gentleman, who died on the of*

RELATIONS ROBERT VF.ttF.RS, i the parish of Saint Swithin, in the ci'y of Worcester, Gentleman, who died on the of*

April, and had just retired from the business of a Silk Mercer, which had followed for above yeais in Worcester, and a native of Rurnham Deepdale, Noifolk. yTHIVtTEAS, the said Robert Vellrrs, his last Will and Testament, beating date on th>- st day March, 1915. after giving cer
November 15, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
AND WHEREAS soon after the Testator's decease. '< many persons delivered in their claims to the said Kxecutors, being the

AND WHEREAS soon after the Testator's decease. '< many persons delivered in their claims to the said Kxecutors, being the

only relations the said Testator entitled to 'he said bequest; but late the 23d of June last, the claims of two other person> have been made coming within the degree of Second Cousins. Therefore befoie making distribution among the present Claimants, the Executors acting under t
November 15, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
ELEGIAC LIVES. En. land, mourn ! thy h«>pe is fled, The Heiress of honour's dead, And tin- lov'd chcrish'd child

ELEGIAC LIVES. En. land, mourn ! thy h«>pe is fled, The Heiress of honour's dead, And tin- lov'd chcrish'd child

care, Destin'd thy diadem wear, II her regal state bereft, Hjs but a sljijpud—a coffin left. Thus sets the Siar of Brunswick's line, Ana sets, on earl!, no more to shine. Lies? ties life, Mourn, England, mourn, the happy wife, Prvpar'd to greet with love's fond kiss, The preciou
November 15, 1817 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
COURT OF KING'S lIK VC//, Vm*. 6-

COURT OF KING'S lIK VC//, Vm*. 6-

COURT KING'S lI VC//, Vm*. 6- Appeal Death. —The* Court to day * ilue-wd 'revival of lh«* |)ri»«*cutiuu upon Appeal l)ratb« llif Ttmrotuu, ului uu» tried and urqulUrd upon charge Murder, the la»l Artixe». The i>«n imird-fnl wa* >nung unman of the nano* of .Mary A»hford, ated to h
November 15, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
House for ii».- iii*. of I'oor Persons alilicted l)l'* *. IPTION’S, .Id.” Sir H..11. M. I* Oiton, jnn. l.ntJt, Sle,

House for ii».- iii*. of I'oor Persons alilicted l)l'* *. IPTION’S, .Id.” Sir H..11. M. I* Oiton, jnn. l.ntJt, Sle,

Wl.lrt* . U'l I). J!. (••«« Mr* Hir. Mr*. I ■ Ci.ir. nhuu r, Mr*. •lantr> itnrhv*, . . . I ilnarH . . Hob ft « ■ Ibifkiioiur, . . John .lollir, . . . . John t*r«rf Rona* 11, . . . . Mi*« '•r.ivoni, . . . . AViHiam Roo, . . . . Ja»nr« MonkhoOM*, . . . HoKrrt A»hriif;r, . . Sun Ir
November 15, 1817 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England