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Ratty’s Circus,

Ratty’s Circus,

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30ih, 13*1. For the Benefit of MH. Vv. 11. TWIST, THE CLOWN, On uliich occasion the whole strength of the Company will appear in their SPLENDID Acts «fi‘ &3oa , scs!aa:;sEBiss
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
BtC5 TU ANNOUNCE

BtC5 TU ANNOUNCE

Messdms. M. & J. Clarke THAT TIIKY HAVE THIS COMMENCED SKI.LING OFF T K 11 AI I N G VA OF THE I Jl «TOC»4, AT A VERY COWSSDERABLE RZDUCTICr. 1 To which they respectfully solicit olletilion. Their SllO'V ROOMS are constantly supplied with every NOVELTY in FOREIGN and ENGLISH MILL
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
INSTITUTION.

INSTITUTION.

Empowered Special Act or Parliament. OFFICES, STRAND, LONDON. Capital. With upwards of 1,930 Shareholders enrolled. HONORARY DIRECTORS. Duke of Bedford Karl Ducie Duke of Rutland, K.G. Viscount Torrington Lull of Stamford and Viscount Campucn Warrington t Lord Rayleigh Karl of S
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
BATTY’S CIRCUS.

BATTY’S CIRCUS.

I. performance on Friday evening was adver| for the benefit of the Norfolk and Norwich I ,u »|'ital, and we regret to say the attendance upon the occasion was the least numerous during l| season, 10/. only being the amount applicable
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
VENTRILOQUISM.

VENTRILOQUISM.

On the evenings of last Monday and Tuesday Mr. Newman delivered lecture, or rather enterftl t,,e Librar y, Saint Andrew's Dal. riie room was not well filled a* the nature of the performance warranted, but those who attended appeared bv no -means regret their patronage, and if an
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
COURT OF EXCHEQUER. STRACEV V.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER. STRACEV V.

This was an action of trespass, brought by the commissioners of Sewers, and tried before Lord Denman, the last assizes for the county of Norfolk, when verdict was taken for the plaintiff, subject to the opinion the court. Mr. Biggs Andrews having obtained rule in Michaelmas Term
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
SIIIREHALL.

SIIIREHALL.

Satcroav.— inilinm Frost was charccd with storing twenty-four turnips from enclosed field, the properly Mr. Cross, of Earlham. Mr. Cross, being aworn, deposed—that saw the prisoner his field with pony cart, into which put the turnips, according as pickid them up. i-ined Is. the
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
T«UI TMIAanM. Wf* I''. Inu. «. ~ 4. 4-15, SS •> „ 141 to 0 _ •*. 4«i res iit

T«UI TMIAanM. Wf* I''. Inu. «. ~ 4. 4-15, SS •> „ 141 to 0 _ •*. 4«i res iit

Total Quantity. Total Amount Print par qr. an..- *.*.*. £.*■ d~ ... «S 9 ... 110 Oats «... w. 910 0 ... 120 Total Quantity. Total Amount Prlen per or. qr». bus. £. *. d. £. a. Wboat « 9 « 722 « 110 II Bartey « 0 _. 810 I « I Weakly Priew.—Wheat (rad) SO*, to SXa. Do. (whii*) , 9
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Fakenham, January 18.

Fakenham, January 18.

There was short supply of Grain at Market today. Wheat met brisk sole at an advance of is. to 2s. per qr. but all samples of Barley under the best Chevalier were Is, per qr. lower. Piracy.—The public should be placed on their guard against plan now gradually creeping into practi
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
YARMOUTH.

YARMOUTH.

Arrived.— Audacious, Cracknell, from Rotterdam with cheese. Jobanne Marie, Maake, Irom Anclam with oil cakes. Try. Howes, from Liverpool with salt. Dart, Brown, from ditto with goods. Prince Albert, Newson; Jean, Jay; from Newport with iron. Bristol, from CardilF with goods. Sno
January 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England