Sluice gates -- England -- Norfolk. : The pernicious consequences of replacing Denver-Dam and sluices, &c. consider'd; in a letter to Mr. John Leaford. Wherein his arguments contained in a pamphlet entitled, Observations, &c. are fairly and candidly examined. By William Elstobb, Junr.
Sluice gates -- Great Britain -- Norfolk. : The pernicious consequences of replacing Denver-Dam and sluices, &c. consider'd; in a letter to Mr. John Leaford. Wherein his arguments contained in a pamphlet entitled, Observations, &c. are fairly and candidly examined. By William Elstobb, Junr.
Tombs -- England -- Norfolk -- Early works to 1800. : A description of the tomb, &c. with the inscriptions thereon, of the late Thomas Shuckforth, gent. : Who is interred in a select Inclosure of his own, at Saham Tony, near Watton, in the county of Norfolk; where the following are erected to his Memory, and are now published as a Testimony of Gratitude for the many charitable Donations, left to the Poor of that, and other neighbouring Parishes.
Trance -- England -- Norfolk -- Early works to 1800. : The Norfolk wonder; or The maiden's trance. : Being a warning-piece to all wicked sinners to forsake their sins. Giving a true account of one Mary Lawrence, a servant girl, nineteen years of age. How she fell into three several trances on the 7th, 16th, and 24th of July last, as she was sitting among the family of Mr. John Drew, her master, living in the parish of Downham in Norfolk.--In which she saw, at several times, in a very particular manner. The joys and happiness of the righteous in the next world, and the miserable state of the wicked. Likewise, the several discourses that passed between the angel and the maid, concerning the things she had seen; and of her relations and kindred. And, also, the angel's particular charge to declare those things to the world, for the good of mankind, that they might escape the torments she had been eye-witness of.
Trials (Military offenses) -- Virginia -- Norfolk. : Proceedings of the general court martial convened for the trial of Commodore James Barron, Captain Charles Gordon, Mr. William Hook, and Captain John Hall, of the United States' ship Chesapeake, in the month of January, 1808.
Norfolk (Va.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865. : Letter of Governor Peirpoint, to his Excellency the President and the honorable Congress of the United States : on the subject of abuse of military power in the command of General Butler in Virginia and North Carolina.
Voting registers -- England -- Norfolk. : By permission of the High Sheriff : The poll for knights of the shire for the county of Norfolk; taken March 23, 1768, before William Woodley, Esq; high sheriff. Candidates, Sir Armine Wodehouse, bart. Thomas de Grey, Esq. and Sir Edward Astley, bart. Wenman Coke, Esq.
Wife abuse -- England -- Norfolk -- Early works to 1800. : A Dreadful example for wicked husbands : Or The virtuous wife in distress. Being a true relation of Mr John Fox, who lived in the town of Lynn, in Norfolk. How he married the daughter of one 'Squire Wilox, a lady of great beauty, merit, and a large fortune, contrary to the consent of all her friends. How he spent his and her substance in a riotous and debauxhed manner, with his lewd companions while she wanted bread for herself and children. How he was drove to despair, and hanged himself at the door of the house he formerly lived in. How his apparition was seen and heard a long time, making terrible noises to the great terror and disturbance of the neighbourhood.
Witchcraft -- England -- Norfolk -- Early works to 1800. : The discovery of vvitches: in answer to severall queries, lately delivered to the judges of the assize for the county of Norfolk. / And now published by Matthevv Hopkins, witch-finder. For the benefit of the whole kingdome.