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ESTATES & CHAPEL PEWS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Mr. Arrow, At the GLOBE INN, KING'S LYNN, on TiirlisnAv,

ESTATES & CHAPEL PEWS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Mr. Arrow, At the GLOBE INN, KING'S LYNN, on TiirlisnAv,

the 20th JANFABY, 1842, at Six o'clock in the Evening, ( unless previously disposed of by Private Con tra c t,) r OT 1. Two or Dwelling' J houses being Nos. 37, and 38, in Sedgetbrd Lane, in King's Lynn, with the Yards, Out-buildings and Appurtenances thereto belonging, now or l
04 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
THE SMUGGLER.

THE SMUGGLER.

I spent the whole of last summer, and a part of ensuing winter, on the Hampshire coast, visitsuecessit ely mest of it; sea-ports and bathing plAces, and enjoying its beautiMl diversity of awl a oed svenerv, often so intermingled, that the forest-trees dip anon their flexile bran
04 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
No. of Total amount ot Depositors. each Class. Z. s. d. 402—Whose respeclve Balance on the ?nth Nov., 1841, (including

No. of Total amount ot Depositors. each Class. Z. s. d. 402—Whose respeclve Balance on the ?nth Nov., 1841, (including

Interest) did not exceed each ' 6173 0 5i 412---Do. were above 220, and not exceeding 250 12201 7 14 906—D0. were above 230 and not exceeding £lOO each 14373 11 9 67—Do. were above £lOO and not exceeding 2156 emit 7751 8 6 34—Do. sere above £l5O awl not extmeding 2200 each 0044
04 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
and the 2d of January, give 22,908 passen,,, en, their fares at 6,389/ 17s Bd—making a aecease in the number

and the 2d of January, give 22,908 passen,,, en, their fares at 6,389/ 17s Bd—making a aecease in the number

of passengers of 3,3:46, and in the amount recei% ed by the compa n y of 24831 Is 4d. The invasion of the Canadian frontier by lawless bands of men, who burn and destroy tural buildings and produce, has been a ga i n renewed this winter, and produced great heartbuntings and exas
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
NOSICE IS HEREBY GlIirEN, MHAT the GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the Trustees of the Lynn East Gate, the Lynn South

NOSICE IS HEREBY GlIirEN, MHAT the GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the Trustees of the Lynn East Gate, the Lynn South

Gate, and the Lynn and Wisbech Turnpike Roads, will be held on Wednesday, the twenty-sixth day of January next, at Twelve o'clock at noon, at the Guild Hall, in King's Lynn. Dated the 21st day of December, 1841. JNO. JAS. COULTON, Clwrk to the said Trustees.
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
TEAS.

TEAS.

18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
BEST TEA, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, AT W. ROBERTS,' No. 1, TUESDAY MARKET PLACE, LYNN, Observe ! ! Corner

BEST TEA, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, AT W. ROBERTS,' No. 1, TUESDAY MARKET PLACE, LYNN, Observe ! ! Corner

of High Street.
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
80111 HOUSES HAVE BACK ENTRANCES.

80111 HOUSES HAVE BACK ENTRANCES.

HOUSES HAVE BACK ENTRANCES. This Lot is Leasehold . Ar a 7'enn, whereof Years were unexpired at Michaelmas last. LOT 5. Two Freehold Dwelling- houses near Saint James' Street, in King's Lynn, in the occupations of Thomas Potter and Jame s I) aA is, at I early Rents amounting toge
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
Tower Street Establishment. MISS COOPER wi LL be happy to receive her Pupils on Tuesday, the 18th instant, and begs

Tower Street Establishment. MISS COOPER wi LL be happy to receive her Pupils on Tuesday, the 18th instant, and begs

to inform her Friends, besides having a very efficient Teacher for the French and Italian Languages, she has a young Parisian (a Protestant) for the advantage of conversation among her Pupils. Tower Street, Lynn, Jan. sth.
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
• slated heroically in her trying task. His neck handkerchief had been previously untied, and stuffed down as a temporary

• slated heroically in her trying task. His neck handkerchief had been previously untied, and stuffed down as a temporary

plediget into the wounded breast. In removing it, Margaret's finger became entangled by a black string passed round the youth's neck, to which a mall locket was suspended. She was hastily moving it asid e , when light held by one of the sailors fell ups* the medallion, (a perfor
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England