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TO MILLERS &e. FREEHOLD WIND CORN MILL, THD.DBNDKN, KENT. TO SOLD TIY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ALL .Kii!!st;u)fi?il ami tve!l imilt TREEHOLD

TO MILLERS &e. FREEHOLD WIND CORN MILL, THD.DBNDKN, KENT. TO SOLD TIY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ALL .Kii!!st;u)fi?il ami tve!l imilt TREEHOLD

WIND CORN MILL. will, the Fixtures and appurtenances therein or belonging thereto, and about half of acre <d FREEHOLD LAND niched, most eligibly situated, very near to the Town and now the occupation Mr William Pope The Mill is i;t good order and repair, its local advantages suc
March 12, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
wants a situation.

wants a situation.

A Steady young Man, he! ween 30 and 40, F()()i MAN GROOM, cither in a Family, with a single Gcnilanian : he cun have undeniable Character from hi* place. Has objection abroad, having liccii iu ililierein parts of Continent.— For pailiculars, eliqu'.rr Mr. (j a ck's T.H*r,»ry, Ma
March 26, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

TO LET, for the term of Jire years fruin Michaelmas nr.xt. TRULY dfsirablc RESIDENCE, called Robikmo Placi-:, comprising a rapiiai ME3SU.4GK or DWELLING IIOU3L, v»iti: domestic offices, mid every convenience for n family respectability, chaise-house, stabling for eight horses, wi
March 26, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO MILLERS &c. FREEHOLD WIND CORN MILL, «I»f)EMDKN, KENT. TO SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ALL fltttl substantial ami well built

TO MILLERS &c. FREEHOLD WIND CORN MILL, «I»f)EMDKN, KENT. TO SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ALL fltttl substantial ami well built

FREEHOLD I) CORN MILE, with tlie Fixtures and therein m belonging thereto, and about half of acre IItELHOLD LAND attached, most eligibly situated, very near the Town of lliddenden, and in tiie occupation of Mr William Pope. The Mill is good order and repair, and its local advant
March 26, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Jolm Finn aiifl oiiicr > r<oiiS'>' *l two cotton gown pieces, two klllc shiwU, j[ Oil Jl ■> ft .

Jolm Finn aiifl oiiicr > r<oiiS'>' *l two cotton gown pieces, two klllc shiwU, j[ Oil Jl ■> ft .

articles, out '-lie shop ot Edwartl , ;it A'- ' 1 - John Robinson M lor afje*e Su.m.. ai VVaimer,— THE LONDON GAZETTE. Susanna (Hooper, lor stealing Westminster y March 22, 181 G. « two Hank of Uuie«, ihe ** ,R I’oyal Assent was given : Kedfard —transported fur life. ,| continnc
March 26, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
>▼llll Juliu Finn ) and otiicr persons-* two cotton gown pieces, two fclfk sh nvU. articles, out the sliop of

>▼llll Juliu Finn ) and otiicr persons-* two cotton gown pieces, two fclfk sh nvU. articles, out the sliop of

Edward , at Robinson M Vangh, 33. lor a burglary 11 of Jesse Smith, at Waimer.— DEA l'll. ltcfJ<‘ ul Susanna Cooper, Cl, lor stealing ,| ' / two pound Rank England notes, the j)f«j ,t —transportedfvr life. Richard Armstiong, nlius Arrli, '.-t, for ud l ' l Rank of England notes
March 26, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO RE LET.

TO RE LET.

IN liralt'n iit. Fiiverslmic, I* . i*V Kl lII> ,*i i? . for a Lailj or G’uilcntui). or Gciul.-oian anti itriy a Family, Terms—'*.ir (uritier purlieu* lar? !\!rs. t.i,s, Sinn keeper. F-is'lom.
March 8, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WHI S TABLE. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, ON Thursday next, the 14th day of March, 1816. at the Wauehouse of

WHI S TABLE. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, ON Thursday next, the 14th day of March, 1816. at the Wauehouse of

Mr, W. Whorlow, at AVhitstuble About Barrels of etcellent STOCKHOLM TAR, heins; part of the late Swedish ship A doi.ph, Captain Joan Otund, stranded on the Sunk Sand the 7th day December last, which will bd sold in lots to suit the convenience pure! users. Also, the same lime an
March 8, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
D B ii U TER & SO N, Plumbers, Painters, and Glaziers, RETURN their Friends thanks for past favours ;

D B ii U TER & SO N, Plumbers, Painters, and Glaziers, RETURN their Friends thanks for past favours ;

at tlie same lime intoroi them they have DISSOLVED PARTNERSHIP bv unanimous consent. HUN 11, sen. DAN HUNTER, DANBY HUNTER, sen. Plumber, Painter, and Glazier, RETURNS Ins Friends thanks for the favours received in the above Partnership, informs them he carries on the above bran
March 8, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
fforji Feb. JAth the inclusive. They are chiefly filled with Debates relative the Clenry.— The disenssions on the Budget have

fforji Feb. JAth the inclusive. They are chiefly filled with Debates relative the Clenry.— The disenssions on the Budget have

heen dosed in the Bureaux ; they have named new Commismtssioners act with the funner Commission the Budget. Several adherents of Buonaparte have been arrested about Paris. . Carnot is gone from Warsaw to Petersburgh, on his way to the South Russia, where he is to remain. The too
March 5, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England