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Cc NORFOLK AND CAMBRIDGESHIRE HERALD.

Cc NORFOLK AND CAMBRIDGESHIRE HERALD.

NORFOLK AND CAMBRIDGESHIRE HERALD. No. 1363. t VoL. XXVII. KING'S LYNN BATHS I NOW OPEN FOE SEASON. SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1869. I Plain, or Is 6d per Quarter. (Stamped, 84, or 8s 6d per Quarter. WILLIAM D. BOON OPERATIVE AND DISPENSING 3. SATURDAY MARKET PLACE, LYNN, Q ORE year' wi
17 April 1869 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
HALF-PRICE!

HALF-PRICE!

CARTE DE VISITE PORTRAITS, no t t i b e equalled, Six for 26 6d. Back Negatives um' price. at Meseta. DEXTER and SON'S, opposite the Athena/um, Lynn. TRUST MOSEY, to be Lent on •-•`" azoitga4e or Freehold or Copyhold property in of not less than Xlias.).--Apply to Messrs. W. it.
17 April 1869 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
total Attn.

total Attn.

Tau Oevosixtux to the King's Lynn Docks and Rail way Bill has been withdrawn in the House of Lords committee. Ma. ALFRED T. Biwa has been appointed Lieutenant to H.M.S. Croeodde. NIFTURL BOAT Crun.--The twenty-third Runnel meeting of this club was held in the club-room on Monday
17 April 1869 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
BOROI7O/1 PETTY SESSIOIi.

BOROI7O/1 PETTY SESSIOIi.

WEDIIIMIDAT. April 14th. Before the Mayor (R. Wherry. lEsj.) H. Ilertom, 11. Dawbarn, W. Gay and J. Hampton, &tie. funious DILIVIN6.-10108 Goat&Le, pig jobber, of Terrington, was charged with driving, at Wisbech, on the 10th inst.—Sergeant Carrington stated that on Saturday morn
17 April 1869 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
ELY.

ELY.

Aspire/mos.—Some time back we weie.• I find a saleable horse. belonging to an eminent forme . had betia serionaly injured, so inneh AO that one of tlie fore Loofa had been displaced, by the go alleged dr,eiag of a team of dreplurses. &sere attempts •t • effiemen% have proved aoo
17 April 1869 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
esuntrp markets.

esuntrp markets.

• LYNN 01PRII MAXIM% Aram 13ru. —L ii. change of wind from east to south-west last Friday has brought stonmer-like anther. T4e supply of wheat at market today was limited; the demand was steady, at the rates of week. Spring corn without snauge in ?rine'. Patcrs.—Wheat, whit*, ne
17 April 1869 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
MANGOLD WURZEL SEED. • H. AND F. SHARPE ARE now prepared to execute orders for the f o ll ow

MANGOLD WURZEL SEED. • H. AND F. SHARPE ARE now prepared to execute orders for the f o ll ow

i ng variet i es o f M ANGOLD WURZEL SEFD grown on their ewn farm last season from the finest selected bulbs, viz. : ALLEN'S SELECTED YELLOW GLOBE I Mammoth Long Red Elvetham Long Red i Fisher Hobbs' Orange Globe Seloeted Large Yellow Globe i Selected Long Yellow Selected Red Gl
17 April 1869 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
NOTICE. I A MEETING will be held at the Duke's Head CI Hotel, King's Lynn, on TUESDAY, the 29th April,

NOTICE. I A MEETING will be held at the Duke's Head CI Hotel, King's Lynn, on TUESDAY, the 29th April,

at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon, to take into consideration the way to Manage the Water which has drained through St. Peter's Sluice, which is now stopped by the slip of the Ba.ik. CLEMENT BATTERHAM, Dvkerseve.
17 April 1869 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
C. SHEPPARD & SON, I Having recently purchased a large and well-selected ASSORTMENT OF CrOODS suitable for the cowing Season,

C. SHEPPARD & SON, I Having recently purchased a large and well-selected ASSORTMENT OF CrOODS suitable for the cowing Season,

beg to solicit an Early Inspection of their Stock, which they intend ofering to the public at Prices, Style and Quality, as will not fail to give satisfaction.
17 April 1869 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
ties. All they could do either to realize the securities or Glee to dead posaessed of them and pay half

ties. All they could do either to realize the securities or Glee to dead posaessed of them and pay half

the income to one party and half to the other. Isabella Sophia Ingle at. kilned her age of 21 years on the 9th December, soon afterwards a scheme formed, the real object of which never made known to Mrs. Pleasance or Isabella, her daughter, for withdrawing the residuary estate o
01 April 1865 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England