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In consequence of the favourable News from CHINA, W. WATTS Has determined to be the first in LYNN, to make

In consequence of the favourable News from CHINA, W. WATTS Has determined to be the first in LYNN, to make

a reduction on that universal Beverage TEA. The following Low PRICES of Fine and Genuine quality, will prove to the Public the advantage of purchasing at No. 20, TITESDAY MARKET. wObserve near the Globe. s. d. A Good Congou, generally Sold at 4s. Bd. or 5s Finest Ditto only 5 0
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
MT POCKET.

MT POCKET.

( Front Bentley's Miscellany.) by far than bead or heart, My chiefest, best, and noblest part, My real dignity thou art, What matters it how learned or wise? Such mean distinction all despise, In thee alone true merit lies, My Pocket. For though the truth may harshly sound, Here
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
TO THE CLERGY. HE REV. JOHN HARRISON, 8.A., of I Queen's College, Cambridge, in full orders, of some experience, and

TO THE CLERGY. HE REV. JOHN HARRISON, 8.A., of I Queen's College, Cambridge, in full orders, of some experience, and

with unexceptionable testimonial.% will be glad to undertake occasional or permanent Sunday-Duty in the immediate neighbourhood. Keppel Street, London Road, Lynn Regis.
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
 
THE SMUGGLER. ( Concluded from our lase.)

THE SMUGGLER. ( Concluded from our lase.)

woman, with a humbly deprecating tone and look, if you did but know what risks we run to get these things, and how uncertain our trade is, you would not wonder that we cannot always ob lige customers so punctually as we would have brought the silks and scarfs for the young ladie
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
ON THE STUDY OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY.

ON THE STUDY OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY.

The situation of man on the globe he inhabits, a nd over which he has obtained the control, is in many respects exceedingly remarkable. Compared with its other denizens, he seems, if we regard only hi s physical constitution, in almost every respect their inferior, and equally u
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
MARRIM; ES.

MARRIM; ES.

At St. Margaret's Church, on the sth instant, Mr. William Dtmger, Horse-breaker, to Lydia Piper, widow, both of Austin Street; on the 13th, Mr. Robert Bradfield, Baker, to Miss Mary Ann Curson, both of Norfolk Street. At St. Nicholas' Chapel, on the 3rd instant, Mr. Robert Crisp
18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
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18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
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18 January 1842 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England