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MANGOLD WURZEL SEEDS.

MANGOLD WURZEL SEEDS.

H. & F. SHARPE CIAN recommend with confidence the following varieties of MANGOLD WURZEL SEEDS, which have been grown from the finest selected Bulbs, and are all of 1869 growth, viz : SHARPE'S IMPROVED SMALL TOPPED SELECTED LONG YELLOW YELLOW GLOBE IMPROVED RED GLOBE ALLEN'S SELE
07 May 1870 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
Has been honoured with instructions by the Pro-

Has been honoured with instructions by the Pro-

prietor to offer for Sale, in the month of May next, VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM of nearly 300 Acres, with commodious Residence, Offices, Gardens and Grounds, and large and compact Farm Buildings, Laborers' Cottages, &c., situate in the thriving parishes of Upwell and Welney. Upwell,
07 May 1870 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
MIINDFORD.

MIINDFORD.

Perrin Bzasion, Wednesday, May 4th.—Befure the Rev. A. Sutton and W. A. T. Amhurst, Jaws Porter, of Feltwell, labourer, wee charged by Mr. Joshua Lambley, of Feltwell, yeoman, with obtaining 10/- from him under false pretences, at Feltwell, on the sth of March last. The Bench di
07 May 1870 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
JAMES BACON Is favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late Mr. Ricbard Wales, to offer for Sale by

JAMES BACON Is favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late Mr. Ricbard Wales, to offer for Sale by

Auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY, the 27th day of May, 1870, at Three for Fear o'clock in the afternoon, H E above old-established and first-class COMMERCIAL HOTEL and POSTINGHOUSE, with excellent Loose Boxes, Stables, Lock-up Chaise and Gig-houses, Corn and May Granaries, sp
07 May 1870 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
Medical Attendance; _el is Otl.

Medical Attendance; _el is Otl.

Medical Attendance; is Otl. The old School premises, which will afford accommodation for fifty or sixty Boarders, are now being prepared and adapted for immediate use, until such time as new buildings can be erected on a larger scale. The School will re-open for the SuitinAr Term
07 May 1870 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
KIRK'S,

KIRK'S,

Our Selection ( 'n. 273). - fi
09 March 1928 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
FUNERAL OF CAPT. e. J. R.4NDOLPH.

FUNERAL OF CAPT. e. J. R.4NDOLPH.

The took place at St. (leorge's Saban' Toney, on Friday of Captain C. J. Randolph, lif :sham Hall. 'the coffin was removed from the hall to the eliiirch in the !molting on a farm wagon lined with evergreens and drawn by two of Capt. Randolph's pedigree Suffolk, and was followed
09 March 1928 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
FOOTBAI-I=. HUDDERSFIEW AND T' CUP!

FOOTBAI-I=. HUDDERSFIEW AND T' CUP!

One hundred and eighty-nine thousand, three hundred and sixteen people -- representing total gate-money of .615,067 - watched four thrilling fights for the possession of the English Cup. All the matches were decided ; all the home teams won; and that same 180,316 people are but
09 March 1928 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
Twentr-Five Years A.O.

Twentr-Five Years A.O.

(From the - Lynn Advertiser. Merck 13, 1903). The Rev. Mar* Guy Pearse preached the anniversary sermons in 'lower-st. Wesleyan chapel on Sunday. l'he removal of the wreck "Samuel and Ann" from the Breast rand was commenced yesterday. A portion of it was floated up to Lynn on las
09 March 1928 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England
 
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09 March 1928 - Lynn Advertiser - King's Lynn, Norfolk, England