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MR. H. M. WILKIN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND ESTATE AGENT, KING'S LYNN, NORFOLK. FIRST APPEARANCE SINCE HIS RETURN FROM THE CONTINENT.

MR. H. M. WILKIN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND ESTATE AGENT, KING'S LYNN, NORFOLK. FIRST APPEARANCE SINCE HIS RETURN FROM THE CONTINENT.

MR. APTOMMAS, WHO recently had the honour of performing by command, before the Queen and the Royal Family, will give his renowned HARP RECITALS, AT THE BLAU:FRIARS' HALL, LYNX, ON MONDAY EVENING, MAY bra, Commencing at Eight o'clock. Reserved seats, ; Second, 2s ; Third, Is., wh
May 3, 1873 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
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June 30, 1866 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
RANKEOPTCT.

RANKEOPTCT.

RE ROME HAWKER.-- the last examination of the bankrupt. who bad earn , business at Cleymext-the-Sea u a plumber, r.unte. glazier, paperhanger, stonemason and intik..l.er• 821 whose debts are 2301 2s Id; the assets (subject t, expenses for auction and rent), recited and to k it a
June 30, 1866 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
ELY O. -The Ely cricket club visited Bottisham on Friday last, and after well contested match with the Bottisham players

ELY O. -The Ely cricket club visited Bottisham on Friday last, and after well contested match with the Bottisham players

were declared the winners in the first innings, having scored 140 against their opponents' 133. SUTTON V. match WAS played at Gedney Drove End on Wednesday, 9th inst., between these clubs, the former jeing victorious. The following is the score :—Lang Staten : Clark 6-11, Founta
July 19, 1873 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
FELTWELL, NORFOLK.

FELTWELL, NORFOLK.

DESIRABLE FREEHOLD 36 ACRES (More or less) of LAND, Lying in Farthing Fen, in Feltwell New District, with a capital Brick and Tiled D WELLINGHOUS E, Barn, Stables, Outbuildings and Garden. MR. GEORGE 00E18 f S difected by Mr. Daniel Barnes to offer for Sale by Auction, on the 24
July 19, 1873 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
JAMES BACON,

JAMES BACON,

( Late of the Firm of Salter, Simpson i Bacon.) ATIOTIONEER, VALUER AND ESTATE AGENT. ATTLMBOROVGII, NOB.POLK. TUESDAY NEXT at ELEVEN. FAT OGEE, SHEEP AID PIGS CATTLE MARKET, LYNN. JANES BACON TILL hold a Sale for Fat and Store Buixocis, Cowa, Hussies, SHIM and nos every at 11.
July 19, 1873 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
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total KING'S LYNN GRAMMAR. SCHOOL.--Mr. F. C. Davies was one of the successful candidates in the late examination for sizarshipe at St. John's college, Cambridge. Sitirrixo Sunday night, during a heavy gale from the s.s.w., two vessels, the Rose, of and from Lynn, and the Lucinda
October 16, 1875 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
MANOR COURTS.

MANOR COURTS.

111 HE GENERAL CUSTOMARY COURTS of 1 Sir Thomas Hare, of Stow Hall, in the County of Norfolk Baronet, for the several Manors after-mentioned, will be held on the following days, viz.:— For the Manor of Stow Bardolph, Carrow in Stow Bardolpb, Wimbotaham with its members, and Ingo
October 16, 1875 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
TO LET, With Immediate Possession, (100 D HOUSE and WORKSHOPS, in thorough repair, situated in All Saints Street, South Lynn,

TO LET, With Immediate Possession, (100 D HOUSE and WORKSHOPS, in thorough repair, situated in All Saints Street, South Lynn,

containing drawing-room, dining-room, kitchen and back kitchen, w.c., 3 large bed-rooms, good attics, and all necessary outbullings, top and b Atom workshops, each measuring 66ft. by 22ft, yard 80ft. by 85ft. Near to both rail and water.—Apply to J. C. Baker, 62, High Street, Ly
October 16, 1875 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
A FM IXTINSIVA TURCIIAB3 OF

A FM IXTINSIVA TURCIIAB3 OF

SUPERIOR BLACK SILKS, Bought direct from the Manufacturers as a dewing lot, at a large discount of usual quotations. An early inspection is respeottally solicited. DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT Is continued with increasing success, and an eliciett staff of Assistants is retained to car
February 27, 1875 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England