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QUEEN ELLENOR'S JOURNEY FROM…

XNGLYNION I "(iORPH Y GAINGC."

FLORIN GRASS.

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The Norwich paper, ot last week states, that the person whose daily oflics? it is. to ring the morning beli at St. Peter's Mancroft, iip that city, found the ball of the clapper, yes" t erda y sc'nu ig h t, frozen to the side of th bell. To account, for this singular circum- stance, it is supposed that as a heavy fall of snow took place on the preceding day, a con- siderabfs quantity was wafted through the west window of the tower, and fell upon the side of the bell against which the clapp# rested. The thermolneter at the lime s t i.) at 3Q; atter the s;• n had passed the nier an, it rose to 34c at half past three it tel again to 320; and after sun-set descended 10 30lo. Congelation having so suddenly take'1 place, the moisture occasioned by the dis- solving of the snow at mid-day, being convert* ed into au icy film over the surface of the metal, caused an immediate audiinn adhesi-> of the two bodies. The 2d battalion of the Welsh Fusilce^ have marched to Lewes barrack. They ler only between 3 and 400, having sn*" fcred greatly 111 thecxllçúitioll to the 5hd,Jtt

ST. PAUL'S enu RCH- YARD.