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THE SUMMER RIDE OR PROMENADE. TPHE peculiar virtues of C. and A. OLD-L RIDUE'S BALM OF COLUMBIA, compbtoly remove the

THE SUMMER RIDE OR PROMENADE. TPHE peculiar virtues of C. and A. OLD-L RIDUE'S BALM OF COLUMBIA, compbtoly remove the

difficulty experienced ladies in preserving I heir ringlets exercise; its u-sc so invigorates the hair, that tresses previously the straightest and most destitute curl, rapidly icquire a vigour, which maintains in permanent ringlets tne liead-dress the most persevering votary of
October 20, 1857 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE DANGER AND OTHER INJURIOUS EFFECTS OF WEIRS, PERMANENTLY FIXED AT THE MOUTH OF TIDAL RIVERS AND ON THE SEA

THE DANGER AND OTHER INJURIOUS EFFECTS OF WEIRS, PERMANENTLY FIXED AT THE MOUTH OF TIDAL RIVERS AND ON THE SEA

COAST. To the Editor qf the Kentish Gazette. Sir,—As sincere well-wisher to our country, and one mr desirous to aid in the reformation of all real abuses', I Matsre to address you on the above subjects which, bow Whs! soever they may appear, are, in reality, of far more conseque
January 1, 1850 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DREADFUL TRAGEDY IN BOSTON.

DREADFUL TRAGEDY IN BOSTON.

DREADFUL TRAGEDY BOSTON. A letter received tbe last steamer from New York contain* the following :— " very shocking and extraordinary affair bas recently taken place in Boston, one of our most quiet and orderly cities It is won* than that Bermondsey its and effects, and is certai
January 1, 1850 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MURTGAGE AND ACCOUNTANCY OFFICE, ii Great St. Helen*, Bishopsgate Street, London. M ••'**d>shed ORTGAGES immediately effected, in Sums from to

MURTGAGE AND ACCOUNTANCY OFFICE, ii Great St. Helen*, Bishopsgate Street, London. M ••'**d>shed ORTGAGES immediately effected, in Sums from to

£10,000, on wall-secured Life Interests, Annuities, and Marriage Settlements, Reversions under Wills, and Estates. Consultations st.ictly confidential, Bud no charge whatever tbe business he not completed. * - , ? ,nb * »"«d Individuals judiciously advised, and their affairs wit
January 1, 1850 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
KENT QUARTER SESSIONS.

KENT QUARTER SESSIONS.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for tho County of Kent will be holden at the SESSIONS HOUSE, at Saint Augustine’s near CANTERBURY, on TUESDAY, the 4th day of January next., and (by adjournment) at the COURTS OF JUSTICE at Maidstone, on THURS
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HENEKEY3 COGNAC,

HENEKEY3 COGNAC,

A PURE FRENCH BRANDY, Pale Brown. 20s. per gallon, 425. per dozen. LONDON BRANDY, Pale Brown, 14s. per gallon, 30s. GIN, as from the Still, and the strongest allowed, 12s. per gallon. 265. per dozen. ... Packages to be returned within three months charged Is. per gallon. ?allon8
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CHRISTMAS GAMES.*

CHRISTMAS GAMES.*

The Bar of Justice.— Four judges are chosen, and as many accusers as can be found. One is placed on stool or behind a chair, as the criminal, blindfolded. An accuser says, Most potent, grave, and reverend judges, the prisoner at the bar is placed there upon certain heavy charges
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE WEATHERCOCK.

THE WEATHERCOCK.

And now let me tell vou all about the French game of « The Weathercock.” The four corners of the room are supposed to represent the four quarters N. S. E. W. The players stand in a line, and obey the commands of the person chosen to represent the Wind. When he calls North,” they
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ABSURDITIES.

ABSURDITIES.

Why it owl like opinion ?—Beoanaa it hat two i*a. Why is your back bone like ghoat ?—Baeaaaa yon have Jack Johnaon haa a sister Sophu whoai into passion. Now, why is Jack Johnaon Ilka pokar r Because he stirs Sophia! (£lO,OOO will paid foe • worse riddle this.) Why was Titian’s
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MASBATE.

MASBATE.

TaiNiTY Schools. —The annual examination of the children, educated these schools, took place at the Trinity Schools on Thursday, ou which occasion several supporters of the charity and friends of the children were present. Stoney, who is master of the boys’ school, acted as chie
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England