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confequence of aholifhing the Have . trade, wiifjje immediate rife the value of negroes, and'the ftricteft care theirfuture health .<'

confequence of aholifhing the Have . trade, wiifjje immediate rife the value of negroes, and'the ftricteft care theirfuture health .<'

They, will now experience in the ladies the nAbfthdmane treatment, and propagation become one the principal objects of the planters intention. Thisl, a few woids, is Mr. Wilberforce's idea, and Parliament feems to join in -tipinioiv-that the prefent'' ftock of negroes, humanely
16 May 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CHORUS.

CHORUS.

Each loyal Briton take his glafs, This chorus let him fing, Long life and health to GEORGE the THIRD. For ever live the King.
28 March 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MARK-LANE, March 23,

MARK-LANE, March 23,

MARK-LANE, March Our market was very thinly fuppiied with grain general to-day. Fine dry wheat went off readily laft week's prices, but the ordinary forts were 16, '" e * M,, barleys were dearer, belt Norfolk* at 225. 6d. 235. and fine clean ma|ts are bulk Tale and dearer; fine 3
28 March 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
SMITHFIELD, March 23, 1789.

SMITHFIELD, March 23, 1789.

At- . vu * *"»»»•" «o. is. ion. Pork «. od. per none of gib.—To fink the or Cattle fold this day—Beafts about icoo ■ „.„ _ . Sheep, about 7,cco. HAY. Saturday in the Whitechapcl, the prices were, from 21. 6s. to 4 U105. load—Straw from 2IS. tOAJS. RAW HIDES. Beft Hides, »s. 7 d.
28 March 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
PRICE OF BUTTER.

PRICE OF BUTTER.

* * alteration in the Price Grain Lynn. At Swafham, March 7 At March 9. Firkins containing $6lb. 17/. ■' ' 1 1 ■ _
28 March 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 

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NORWICH.

NORWICH.

Conclufion the Rejoicings this City, his Majefty's happy Recovery. St. PETERS Maneroft. Alderman an excellent tranfparency with Fii:*., holding in one hand trumpet, ami the other! a his Majelty, with words, *• By! Providence reftored." Another transparency of a fplendid crown, a
28 March 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
TURNPIKE ROADS Fiom Norwich to Swaftham and MATTt»«ALt,, NOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting of the Tru flees

TURNPIKE ROADS Fiom Norwich to Swaftham and MATTt»«ALt,, NOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting of the Tru flees

for the fatd Turnpike Roads, oe holden at the Guildhall the : ForSn hC ° nCXt '" ' en & 'ClwkTn^ne W ATTLEBURGH, March 7 Bo. HEREAS the Bleach Wm.CoLman, of Attleburgh, in the County o£ Norfolk, Linen weaver, lias been broke into twice fir.cc laft Michaelmas, and a Quantity of C
28 March 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
To be SQXD by AUCTION, At toe Angel Inn, Norwich, on Wednefday the Eighth of April, 1789, at Noon, unlef9

To be SQXD by AUCTION, At toe Angel Inn, Norwich, on Wednefday the Eighth of April, 1789, at Noon, unlef9

fooner difpofed of by private Contract, , TENEMENTS, in : Ste*J»p«kn'«, Norwich, late the Propeity of HENRY MACHETT, deceafed, in the Occupation of Elizabeth Richard Webfter, Henry Fuller, and Robert Ward— The Whole is Freehold, and good Repair, now lett at Eleven Pounds Twelve
28 March 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
ABrtston, Not folk, March 26,1780, JOSHUA PAGE'S CREDITORS E earneftly requefted to meet at the the Widow Elizabeth Simmont. known

ABrtston, Not folk, March 26,1780, JOSHUA PAGE'S CREDITORS E earneftly requefted to meet at the the Widow Elizabeth Simmont. known

the Ster» °* **AfcF Moon, in afwefaid, on Friday the* third Day of April next, about Two o'Clock in the Afternoon to the End a State his Affairs may be laid before, and luch a Compofition paid them> as the late Sale his irrefts produces, the Payment of the Rent due at Michaelmas
28 March 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
9 Theatre Royal. THIS PRESENT EVENING, * tUrd irnS h * > P«*TOd, (for the jd ,Time) Dram«t»c Piece Three

9 Theatre Royal. THIS PRESENT EVENING, * tUrd irnS h * > P«*TOd, (for the jd ,Time) Dram«t»c Piece Three

Afts, called, The CHILD of NATURE. The Child of Nature Mifs E. BRUNTON. The original Epilogue will fpoken Mrs. RILEY. End Aft I. DANCE, Mr. HOLLAND and Mrs. CHESNUT. End of the* Play, The TAMBOURINE DANCE, Mr. Hot land and Mrs. Chesnut. To which will added Scotch Paftoral, (writ
28 March 1789 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England