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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 13 February 1866

-in* §9Mi fßst j ~ local aitgjjoigroß. ' PBOCEEDINaS OP TIIK MEUTINU OF THE ExcuitsioNisTs. We publish be low tbe resolutions in extenso passed at it meeting of the excursionist-* on board tbe steamer Gazelle, upon her return tn tltis city. Resolved, That we, the merchant* of Norfolk here assembled, take this occa sion to express our gratification at the success of our tt'ip to the Albemarle ami Hoanoke region of North Carolina; to return our thanks lo the citizens ol ElizabethOity, Plymouth, "Williatiiston anil Edenton, for their hospitable wel come, anil for the earnest cooperation promisen by them in our plan for the more intimate connection of their enter prising communities and productive farms with the market of Norfolk; aud to extend to the merchant* aud farmers of the old North State au invitation to come and see us in our own homes, and form a social and business union which cannot fail to be productive and of mu tual good. Resolved, That we regard the Albe mark* and Chesap...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 13 February 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. A TL A&TIC HOT,EI. A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Oarnages always in readiness to carry passengers to anil •nun tha boats. The bar and table always supplied with tb. choicest "IFINES of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS'. Hn WE.STCHEBTER HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (On the European Pi.au.) AcCOMMODATIONS SOB TIIEEE 80-BM* OttESTS. This House is centrally located, and near to all business paints. City cars pass the Hotel to all Ihe Ferries, Hall road Depots and places of amusement every three ttiln "iK>«. Single rooms $1 per day; double $3, J. F. DARROW k CO., JanS—lv Proprietor.. ALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Proprietors. This inagiill'ii-i ut ninl jjoou.ar Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs nnd a complete renovation, will bo open • •d thi.morning, Monday Wth August, for the accommo dation of boarders and the travelling public. Tbe Bal iard House Is celebrated throughout the world as a f...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 14 February 1866

THE NORFOLK POST Published Every Morning (Sunday's excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square NORKOLK, VA., ' and told to Dealers and News Boys at Residents in the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth ■gib. paper left regularly at their houses or places of business, will be served by a carrier, by leaving the name and address at the counting-room of the publication office. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the TERMS OF ADVERTISING in THE NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. An Transient Advertisements Payable in Advance Ail Others Monthly. 1 Square (12 lines solid Nonpariel, n r one ,„ ~ one insertion C "L .. 1 Square « »»...»..... M ...„ .j („ 1 Square " " ~ ~ "M'Tllons, liO ISo are " « " 'J™ 0 ln *«i™» 1 S 1 ESS " « fw Insertions 2o| I Squaw ■ « . .. R,e ~wrti' T' » « And one.dollar and «b cenls . ' f additional week. One mouth - nr. 1 square - ' : : «•»■*** »8 « q a £ j,, *™ moniS 17 on And five dollars • month for each additional month. 2 Square, 10 per cent, discount from the shove rate...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 14 February 1866

WVtDn Mll-ftsT. WBBBUARY 14.1866, cv uoctedwith thi- paper should bo addressed to K. M. llrowii. Norfolk lint. All communications pcrtainim: H Edito-iul matters, and all correspondence iiitciidisl lor tin, sags* slionld JtmHnmi to John Clark, Klitor. Advertiser. «ru ropiestcd to liuiiil In tlieir tdvr-i-li«. --aueuts hciiiro ■'* u'clock iv tho eveuing, pi .vinos to publication. Newsmen and nowslsiyn vlll phase have tlwir orders at llie roiiiitiugroolh the evening pre vious 1..1.i c sis o'clock. Mayliew A Brothers, Ilookscllora and Stationers, arc authorized agents to sell tho Norfolk fluf, aud ill onlci* left with them will !>o attended to the same at If left ■ he office of publication. 8. M. Pettorgill A Co., are antliori/.eil Advirtislni; Agents for the /risf in New York and Huston. Senate bill incorporating the St. Nn- Nazaire aud Norfolk Express Company of America aud Europe has passed the Virginia House of Delegates. »<»»■ ——_ We copy from the National Intelli gencer, a l...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 14 February 1866

WEDNBqD>y,frjCfrULARYR iia LOCAL^KmiJOEyfjg The Norfolk County Ferry W»« turned over to the County HflmmiJi of tire Magistrates bencF, S'C Yesterday the new broom commence.) & *?«*■ , old Mrtttfl were vLsil 1, iv the toll houses, under the newrJXr . Several capitally have mod tions to lease the ferry ,„ r a term nf years, whose proportions will be taken luto consideration at the nextmeetin X of the Hoard ot Magistrates. We think prlvato capital can do more than the county for the mutual good of the two cities, and we trust sbine responsible capitalists may take it in hand, and in troduce somo improvements. Noah's arks arc antiquated. Saint Valentine's Day. This is the lover's time. Not many sounds in life • says some one, Lamb, we think- ex ceed in interest, a knock at the door on St. Valentine's day. It " gives a very echo to Ihe throne where hope i a seated '" We noticed Unit the sliop-keeiieVs have been making preparations for sev eral days and of course there will he a bu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 14 February 1866

HOTELS AND 4tltAKTl€_Ho TEL. A. G. NEWTOrN, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Oarrmges always In readiness to carry passengers to and wxnn tbe boats. The bar and table alwuys supplied with the cholcesl WINES of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. *m _ TjrrESTCHESTER HOUSE, lOORNKR BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, _g N E W V O R X . ~™ '" (OM THI EDBOrSAM PIAN.) AacomsoDATioNß ron Tna« Hohdkbi. Guests. This House is centrally located, and near to all busintßS points. City cars pass the Hotel to all the Ferries, Rail road Depots and places of amusement every three mlti utes. Single rooms $1 per day: double $2. J. t. DARROW A CO., Janß—ly Proprietors. BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, YA. M. D. MAINE & CO., Proprietors'. This magnificent and pupsif Hotel, after undergoing thorough repairs and :i complete renovation, will be open ed thismonsing, Monday, 14th August, fur the occouilio datton of boarders and the travelling public. The Bill iard House is celebrated throughout the world as a first class...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 15 February 1866

THE NOEFOLK POST I Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday.Excepted) at No. 18 Roanoke Square ! NORFOLK, Ta, and sold lo Dealers and News Boys st , k TI I RW, E ° LI,ARB PIR HUNDRED or sent to subscribers by mail at the rate o TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR payable la advanco. Single epic, ,t the counter Fl YE CENTS. Ritldenta in the city of Norfolk or Portomonth, desir ag Ihe paper left regularly at their houses or place, ef I usl.iess, will be served hy a carrier, by leaving the n.me - M L7' 1.,"" cou »« n e-f«»n "I the pSllcatio,, offlee. They will settle with the carrier weekly for the erne. TERMS OfTdVERTISING iii Tire NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. All TeiHtniST ADViETisiMMm Patabu ik Ahvanci;. T Au OrniKS Mostblt. 1 Bqnare<l2 lines solid Nonparlel, or one luchl onoinsertlon '' ~ m \ ST""" " " « ii two l«seiiions,' 100 } l ,U * r9 three insertions in", i aS,. .. .. *2" r '"wrtloes, 2no J, 1 Square ' " « five Insertions 1_ ? 1 Square " " " " ono W( ,„ )( ' 7, 7V. ci And ono dollar and nfty c...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 15 February 1866

*& n THIIBBPAyT FEBIUJARY 15. 1 SHU, t! "bAlFeommnnlcatlons Mlatu7e7~tu l.usli.c. mutter, en iiecteit with this paver sli..ulil be .uUriwi'il to K. M. lliu*u, Kuir.ill. flat -t" ">ii.nii»il™tl..n» pertiiinlnir t.> a KrUtori'iil matter., and all correspondence Ihl.'li.lihl ft. j the |mpi.r should inilieefJa tv John Chirk, IMimr. . Advertisers are requested to hniid In their nlvertis.' j ( meat. Mfcre .la o'clock iv the evening, pi »vious to publication. Newsmen and newnlmy. ilmlrlng papers v 111 please h.ve their order* at the counting room the evniing pre vious before six o'clock. MHyhuw 4 Brothers, ltin.kselli.rs and Stationers, arc „iiili,ii-i/..il agents to sell the Norfolk Pott, and •!) Older. left with them will be attended to the same iv if left at J, be office of pnblication. . S. M. rettergill * Co., are authorized Advertising I Agent* ftir the Pott In New York and Boston. I Gold has touched 138J iv New York. In Richmond," brokers are buying at 138 and selling at 1...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 15 February 1866

Klhtiijrf(.lk| W t. [URBDAY, FEBRUARY 1571866. ~LOCAL "iNmiIOENCE.^^ Lent. Lent is a Teutonic word; in German, Leng, the "Spring." .1 ," usually supposed tho Lent is observed in commemoration of our Saviour's rem rb tatlon ami fasting of forty U a y ß ft.' wilderness I ,s most probable that c Chsistlan Lent originated from a regard to those words of the Redeemer, " Tl, • d . ay n V lll * ? '" c when the bridegroom shall he taken away from them, an, . | en f " ba ' ««y fast in those day"" That Ihe term of forty days was settled nt a very early period, is evident from the writings ot the bishops of tW times, who refer us, hi vindication of it to the example of Moses, E | iaß aud ' ; Lord, all of whom fasted forty days I appears that though fasting i« frequently alluded to in the Scriptures as a Chri. tisu duty, yet the set times for it .„,„ be referred solely to the authority of the Church. The Lenten fast doss not em brace all the days between A«l, Wednesday and Easter, for the Sunda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 15 February 1866

HOTELS AND TtlaN tT(T HOTEL. A. G. NEWTON, Proi*wbtob, NORFOLK, VA. Carriages always iv readiness to carry passengers to and from the boats. The bar aud table always supplied with the choicest VV in no of every variety, mail »»d .uirituou. LIQUOR?. Je 21 WEB T CHE ST ER. HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW LO R X . (OH THE KOEOPKA.". PLAN.) AOOOMMODAtIOt.B fOB THRES nuKHBH> QDMTS. This House i. centrally located, and near to all business points. City cars pass tho Hotel to ell tho terries, Rail road Depot* and places of amusement every three mln utee. Single rooms tl per day; double $2. J. r. DARROW /. CO., jenß—ly Proprietor.. BALLARD HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. M. D. MAINE A~CO., Proprietors. This magnificent and janiuiar Hotel, after undergoing | thorough repairs and a complete ronovation, will be open ed this morning, Monday, 14th Auitust, for the accommo dation of boarders and the trnvelluiK public. The Bal lard House is celebrated throughout the world aa c first class Hote...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 16 February 1866

THE NOETO7 Z TOST Pnbiudied EVEBY MORNING Sunday's Excepted) al No. 18 Roanoks Square NORFOLK Va, and sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HTJv DRI , n or sent to subscriber, hy nail at the ra „ 0 " DNDREP TKN W>LLARS PER YEAR SeNTS ' s,ng " >CO ' ,iM '*"l'-o„„,er, FIVE lU.id.nt. In thecity of Norfolk or Portamonth, deslr »g the paper left regul,,,;, .ttheir horn*, or placT,, 1 n.l„ea,, will beM by acarrier, by leering L _.m ml addrem et-th. counting-room or the publication offlee. They Will aettle with tho carrier weakly erne. * "* TERMS OF ADVERTISING IX TU. NORFOLK POST For the tear 1866. _tt Tramuxkt AnvißTOxnriTTa Patarl. in Abvanc ( Au Urntm Moxthlt. 1 Square (12 lines solid Nonparie], or ono ___ on sertion... 'i.i.ii^ 1 & " « " :: *{ %, 1 Su.™ " " « . thr ™ Insertions, IT6 , 1 rW. " " *»" Insertion, ano I uare « » « " *™ ._?*__ 2 ■ And one dollar and fifty cent, a week ErbS "' additional week. Onemontl - _ AKedolla^amonthforeacradZr. 8 ! "°° - month. j...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 16 February 1866

Congress of the United Slates; lie be lieved in the House; he believed in the Senate; he believed in Charles Sumner; he believed in Judge Kelley; lie believed in Thuddeus Stevens, and he believed iv the people of (he United States. At some future (hue he proposed to tell them more of what he believed. Mr. Douglais here took his seat, and Judge Kelley was loudly called for. He responded to the call in a few happy and well-chosen extempore remarks, after which a prayer was offered by Dr. Sun derland, antl the audience joined in singing the Doxology.— Wash. Repvb. Fill 16, lWii. Ail communicate ins relating lo business mutters con necte.l with this paper should be addressed to il. M. Bro*n, Norfolk /W. Jill communications pertaining to Kditorial matters, unit hII correspondence intended for the paper should be ml.lresecl to .luhu Clsrk, (Cditor. Advertisers are i-etpiesti.l to hand lv their s.lvertii>i mente buioie six o'clock in tho evening, pi -viou. to Newsmen and newshois desiri...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 16 February 1866

• A Heavy Haul. We _> •'««», » ° fish yesterday, which wml^L.T 16 P in North Carolina tons at oae haul „f the seine of hi blx seventy pounds a piece! They won. bought of the enterprising sLm el S by merchants for the New Yor k ma * ket at he rate of lo cents per pound l and will bring |„ New YorkTromS? f„ ? c «" ts »' er l"'""d, i" these days o w W Vr'fi™ ■* i 8 a «»«'«tlan diet We otter this as an indication of what « we are doiugiu the lUh business _~i *' tfaaSSfsusesa 3 on Bunchy morning U e_t at the ü BU _ houi'--ll a. m. The Church has b*M - greatly improved and though to d_v one hundred and twenty-seven yea,* , old, looks remarkably f rM _ and aUrac £l£ T1 r e ., Dr ' O'Kesou i 8 the fr Rector of the Church. itl Squally We have had a pretly I heavy wiud tor the last two nights aud on Wednesday a lighter was sunk in the I County dock. We have not heard of c any ftirtherdamagedoneto theshinnimr 0 in the port.- ** B „ * ' ' ->' • ■I, Frektimkn's Comer. Sarah Fore- v man was...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 16 February 1866

HOTELS ANDJ.ESTAURANTS. T T LA NT I cjaOTBL. ] A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Carnage*; alway. iv readiness to carry -aa-senger. to and from the boats. i The bar and table always supplied with the ch.fo-1 WINES of every variety, malt and spirltuoue LIQUORS. Ja''l __. xrril* TC HESTE R HOUSE, CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, NEW YORK. (Oh to. Europ.ak Pun.) AecoMßOßATioss roR TKeui noirnagD Gouts. This House Is centrally located, and near to all business points. City cars pass the Hotel to all tho Ferries, Rail road Depots and places of amusement every three nun utes. Single rooms *1 per day; double $2. J. f. DARROW * CO., JanS-ly Proprietors. M. D. MAINE & CO., Proprietors. This magnificent and popular Hotel, efteTU-idergolng thorough repairs anda complete renovation, will be open ed thi.morning, Monday, 14th August, for the eccommi dallun of boarders and the travelling public. The Hal lard House is celebrated throughout the world as a first class Hotel, and the principa...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 17 February 1866

THE NORFOLK: POST ~ Publ, ' h £ j™ MORNING ( S„„, V< » „ NORFOLK, Va (iUAKE ' aud sold to Dealer, and Now, 80y,,; THREE DOLLARS PER tinier.... or -at to .„_c rib . r . ~, J £ J£« ««NDREI, p.yU.l. In advance _.„,, *"'""' »»W_H CENTS. at tho counter, FIVE R-sldeot-. In Ihe city of Norfolk o, n . •« the paper left re glnary , t r , P '' rt " mo » th . ** I .'l—, wil, he serv _ '"'""* _ ad address at the ™, 2! ' » I "" v,n ««be „,»,,. office. They w„L,t, "tr m " * >**•*. erne. " 0 Witl ' ,he •*• *»*5 for Z TERMS OF"ADVERTISING" IN 1H« j NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. AttT.ANSt.N, AD v miMMmß p „ mt ig A^m All Otbms Mosrniv. I 1 Sqnaro •■ .. '«"""'•'•'••• $100 1 Square « v ~ „ *_• Insertions, 160 I Square " .. ~ „ '■_"' insertions, 176 1 Square " .. „ „ f " ur Insertions, 2im 1 Squars '■ .. „ „ " vo Insertions, 2 fflj And one *eU_ snd fifty „„,, . !V •***. 2SO 1 Square " .. ~ „ *_> months, 12 00 And live dollars a month for jJRS " W 2 Squares, 10 per cent, discount int., th. i ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 17 February 1866

mt tlotfiul. f«i. 17, 1860. Ail <" biisiueas metiers ...n MM witli this ftam **•**»" l» addreessid In K. M Brown, Nurlolk />«'• All iiiiiiiiiuniiiilioi". poruiininx la E.litorit.l mutters, ami all correspond™.* ielnndi.l lor tii.. peoef should l.t'iul'lrossotl to Joint Clark, Blitor. Ailvi.iiisi'rs are raataeaatd U> luind In tlii'ir advtrtis. men's before sii ./cluck it. tin' ovi'iiing, pi ivinus m ul.lii'.tiuu. Newsmen and newsln.vs desiring v.pers .ill pleas* liavu tlieir orders at tb.- counting i.smi tlie cv nine pre vions 1.-.loi. cix o'rliM'k. | |Mayliew A Brothers, lUsjks.dl.ir. and SUtteners, srt< authorizes! agents to sill Hit. Norfolk Post, and ill urilors left with thorn will be attended to tlie siimo aa If left at In. office of publication. a. M. rettoritill A Co., are authorized Advertising I Agent, for the /»..«./. in New Yolk and lloston. — -— . * Mr. Carroll and Mr. R. H. Fox have our thanks for Richmond papers of yes terday. Tho people of Norfolk have goo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 17 February 1866

•he potfolli gwt BATtBDAY, LOCAL IMTELLIOEHCE. The "White H**OT_l"-A delegation of Relltlenif.ll from the Colony of Vir- Kiiiia anil it, (lepentk-neies-EortifHs Monroe, Deep Creek, i'eddles Real Mobjtick RtiyHHd varilins other pom' made nil oflif.nl vblt to tlio »Wliiie' House," on Market Square, lak eveiiinir and were .i.tertained by the President of the tsi:»(,i, H |, mellt) Mr> Ri-jfe*-. U Carstarphen, who hade them welcome to hm new eslablinhuient-whlch, he said, had been reeonstnicUd upon Ilia soundest principles of political eeoiion.v and good liqnoi-H. Speeches were made hy several ot the delegates, and there was a very pleasant season of convivi ality. Mr. Carstarithen told several of his best stories, and some gentlemen of the press sang a couple of so*tfS- 0 „e gentleman connected wilh the "Fourth Estate," was particularly hapov in Hinging "Oft in the Stilly Niiht" which was loudly encored. After many other pleasing ceremonies, the delega tion took its departure, expres...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 17 February 1866

HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS- j T"tTa H TIP HO TEL. I A. G. NEWTON, Proprietor, NORFOLK, VA. Carnages always in readiness to carry passeugera to and from the boats. The bar and table always supplied with the choice* VVI v I'M of every variety, malt and spirituous LIQUORS. yiti HtchTesteb HO US E , CORNER BROOME STREET AND BOWERY, N E W I 0 R X . (Os ths Baaaasmw plan.) Accommodations roe Tiiax. Husu.sd Gobsts. This Houße is centriilly located, and near to all business points. City cars puss tlie Hotel lo all Ihe Ferries, R.il road Depots and places of amusement every three win utes. Singlu rooms $1 per day : double $!. J. F. HARROW * CO., Janß—lv Proprietor.. B~ALLAED "HOUSE, I RICHMOND, VA. I_. D. MAINE A CO., Proprietors. This magnificent and p..,,.i.ur Hotel, after undergoing aorough repairs uiel a comploto renovation, w4Jd be open -1 thisuiorniug. Monday, 14th August, for the erromnin ili'.u uf boarders anil tbe travelling public. The lv: ird House is celebrated throughout the world a...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 19 February 1866

THE NOKFOLI TOST ~~ PublWiM EVERY MORNING (Suud.y'.Exceptel, a, No. 18 Roanoke Square i NORFOLK, Va., end sold to Dealers and News Boy. at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to .übeeribcr. by men _ , he ,_,„ , ,UJND «"I' ~ , a TEV DOLURB PER Till! CENTS a " Ce ' SingleC °" , "-'-'«'<>«'mter, fTve RiaidenU in the city of Norfolk or Port-mouth dLi„ ngthe paper l.n regnUrly at Ihelr houae. i usitiom, wil, be served hy . cerrler, b, ,«„», £l_. J» tbe carrier weekly __t_\ TERMS OF ADVERTISING 1 IK TH. NORFOLK POST For the Year 1866. Ail TBABHi.nr ABV.Knsw.sTB Patabi. i. Abvabm. ' Alt OtHBBS MOBTBIT. 1 Sqnwe (12 lines solid Nonpariel.or one Inchl. one Insertion ' "* ~ _ 1 l__Z " « :: :: ___-__*__* "» 1 SSS " « IJree n-eruoa.. Itl 1 Sou« 2 " " four in.«rtlons, %00 i Bquere ■ .. k , And one.dollar .nd fifty cents a week for _S additional week. Onemonth Tnn ' {Sss. " • ;; ;; i\Z ■ ,_T_\ _.. thp e« nionths. IT un And Ire doller. a month for each addition,, ' month, , i Squares, 10 per ce...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 19 February 1866

Saxony, was comnionly called the I or celain King. , Tbe true Dresden teapots and cream jugs have particular marks by winch they may be tested, and so have those manufactured atthe Hague, Viennaand Mayeuce. Sometimes the mark is a shield, at others a wheel, now au eagle with the hind foot raised, and now n stork standing on one leg or Hying with a frog in his beak. The Berlin porcelain ranks next after Dresden, but that of Sevres surpasses them both. Louis XV., iv 185(1, there founded the great factory which has since become so emineut; and about the same time the Worcester Proclaim Works started as a company, aud Josiah Wedge wood, like another Prometheus, brought the fire of gedus into tho Staffordshire potteries, and gave new life to their clay. The beautiful green lanes, the banks and nooks where wild flowers blossom, were the school in which he first learned his art. , MTbe berries in the headgerows, the clinging ivy, the trailing tendrils of the ooiivalviilus, the strawberry's...

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