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And the Jury for the City of Canterbury

And the Jury for the City of Canterbury

And the Jury for the City Canterbury are to meet at the Re.l Lion Inn, in (he said City, the tame day, and sign and deliver in their presentments to the said Commissioners, at five o’clock in the afternoon. Canterbury, April, 1302. JOHN HODGES, Clerk totltc Commissioners rrromony
April 23, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO THE FLORISTS.

TO THE FLORISTS.

THE FLORISTS. Gentlemen, OUR company is requested on Thursday the of April instant, Mr. Richard Wild’s, the Star In.v without St. George’s Gate, Ca.vterbuey, hold the Annual Aenctn. Feast ; when the Florists are re pcctfully informed, that the last Meeting, at the Star, unanimous
April 6, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Linen-drapery, Haberdashery, Hosiery, Hats, and Ready-made Clothes r pO be disposed ot, established and good ac- A customed SHOP in

Linen-drapery, Haberdashery, Hosiery, Hats, and Ready-made Clothes r pO be disposed ot, established and good ac- A customed SHOP in

the above line, in the occupation of S. Newell, near the Market-place, Faversham The Stock has been very recently purchased, and is now selling at prime c >st. SOLD BY AUCTION, the King’s Warehouse, Folkestoxe, op Thursday tbc litn April, 180il, two o’clock, the afternoon-3936 G
April 13, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
COUNTY OF KENT

COUNTY OF KENT

COUNTY KENT rrre issujunce-office. fi Meeting bolden the Gf.cugklnn. Sit‘ Monday, ltiO'Zj^ursuant the county papers. Right Honorable LOP.D SOKDHS the Chair. ttee having accor ding to the direction the last reported upon the plan then referred them, Resulted as follows : pital sha
April 16, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the Surveyors Turnpike Roads and Bricklayers, Nl£W I URNPIKE ROAD to Ramsgate. 10, THE next Trustees f<>r the District of

the Surveyors Turnpike Roads and Bricklayers, Nl£W I URNPIKE ROAD to Ramsgate. 10, THE next Trustees f<>r the District of

the Surveyors Turnpike Roads and Bricklayers, Nl£W I URNPIKE ROAD to Ramsgate. 10, THE next Trustees f<>r the District of flia said Road,-will, holden (by adjournment) in the Goildlull the city of Canterbury, on Saturday the Twenty-fourth day of April instant, Ten o’clock the fo
April 16, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
lordship the propriety of rather meeting the original Motion negative. Lord Bclgravc was disposed to acquiesce in this suggestion. Ah'.

lordship the propriety of rather meeting the original Motion negative. Lord Bclgravc was disposed to acquiesce in this suggestion. Ah'.

Pitt rose and said, that what might be the plea*Ure of the House respecting the original motion, it for him conjecture; but he might allowed to to his Noble Friend, that though amendment which proposed to retain only one word, was not tr ‘ctly irregular, y as amendment which wen
April 16, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO THE PRINTERS

TO THE PRINTERS

THE PRINTERS reading some late accounts your paper of great hardships endured persons at sea, destitute provisions, I could not but reflect there was one kind of relief at hand, with which they appeared unacquainted, and which might have saved some lives; I therefore wish, to giv
April 16, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
starch ProvisithW are much deafer here than they were arty fortner period; rent is also tin • moderately high. If

starch ProvisithW are much deafer here than they were arty fortner period; rent is also tin • moderately high. If

the superb suburbs were paved, this iticonvenien e would certainly cease, as people would like better inhabit lame and elegant house, than little dirty lodging iu the city, the rent would thy same but the dust and the dirt are insupportable. The people, however* not suffer ; the
April 20, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
M O.N K '. •»; , ready be ady.incec^on freehold property! for five years N - , either in one

M O.N K '. •»; , ready be ady.incec^on freehold property! for five years N - , either in one

sum, or in three* separate tfunis f?ve hundred podnds> or it) t;.vo sums of one Uroasand.pound* and.five hundred pounds. —Apply Mr De L'asaux, solicitor, Ashfoid.
April 20, 1802 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SOUTHAMPTON.

SOUTHAMPTON.

SATURDAY, APRIL 8» The news of the definitive treaty being signed by the different plenipotentiaries, wa* received"here with great joy, bells rang, flags were displayed, &c. But the Mayor very judiciously signified his pleasure to the common crier of the town, that farther demon
April 5, 1802 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England