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To Wheelwrights. Agriculturists, Carriers, Market Gardeners, and Exporters. To Sold by Public Auction, in the ROYAL ARSENAL. WOOLWICH, By Order of the Secretary of State for War, On THURSDAY, the 6th of NOVEMBER, 1356, convenient lots, ABOUT SOO Good, Useful, and Seiviceab'e WAG
October 25, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
SHIPPINO INTELLIaKNOK.

SHIPPINO INTELLIaKNOK.

iOWESTOFT— AEIIIVIO-Pra, Boj. I.ilTm, /ram ll.r--tlepool—Ply, Elmy; Elvira, Elvio; Susannah. Walker: Enterprise. Peck; from Shields—Syrometrv. Goodman ; Sophia and Isabella; IromSunderland— Ann. Mackay; King. Fisher; from Newcastle—Emily Ann, Clayton, from Gooie. coals—Osiris, R
October 25, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
PEREMPTORY SALE OF PROPERTY AT

PEREMPTORY SALE OF PROPERTY AT

Ditchinghan:, Earsham, and Bungay,
October 15, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CIRCULATES THR To be Lot for a'Term,

CIRCULATES THR To be Lot for a'Term,

Capital HOUSE, partly Furnished, with Garden and Orchard, containing about Eight Acres, and Offices attached thereto, including Stables, &c., with the SHOOTING over a SMALL MANOR. Hie above is situated in GREAT PLUMSTEAD, near Norwich. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Pr
October 1, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
DENNIS BARNARD

DENNIS BARNARD

Is favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, On MONDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 1836, ALL the above Valuable Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, with the Agricultural Carnages and * Implements, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Dairy and Brewing Utensils, and other Effects, of Mrs. Saundebs, who quite he
October 1, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
EDINBURG!

EDINBURG!

GLASGOW These Ales, and Bottle, Bottlers. TO MESSRS. HIL St, Martin’s! purchases for the spection. They application [postag idea of the KNOWN THE best and cl every descrir from some of the Terms. £6 per Toi circulars, Ac., mpp! Lane, London, District ofEnglan
October 1, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Norfolk and Norwich Literary Institution.

Norfolk and Norwich Literary Institution.

THE Members arc respectfully informed tliat the Tlurty-Fifth ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Norfolk and Norwich literary Institution will be a.r.v.xlr 1 y’ B Rooms, in St. Andrew’s Street, on WEDNESDAY, the 22nd of OCTOBER, Twelve o’clock precisely. The following Resolutions of t
October 11, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THE AFFAIRS OF THE EAST.

THE AFFAIRS OF THE EAST.

The following highly important statement appears in the Pay* and Patric in identical terms. It was communicated to those two journals the governme.il on the receipt of a despatch from Thouvenel, which considered to establish the triumph French diplomacy at Constantinople alter l
October 29, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
GREECE.

GREECE.

Advices from Athens of the 18th annonnce that the Court journal, L’Esperance, refutes the protest of the English Cabinet against the sale of the national property, and pretends that Lord Palmerston wishes thereby to upset the present Ministry Greece.
October 29, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
FOREIGN MISI

FOREIGN MISI

The Universal Gazette, of Leipsic, siales that in addition to the letter of the Czar to the King of Naples, recommending him to vield to the wishes of the Western Powers, Baron Kisseleff, the Russian Ambasador at Rome, has been charged to call the aitention of the the Neapolitan
October 29, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England