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TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

Notice—Tbe order t» allrr tbc name Miu*huli ~ Abigail.** arrived too late raaue the proper place. The appear, in .. U r first paae.
April 11, 1845 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
The Church.

The Church.

INTELLIGENCE. OXFORD, Jolt 10.—In convocation holden on Saturday tbe Rev. Richard Henry Wall, D.D., of Trinity College, Dublin, was admitted ad euvdem. In a congregation holden at the same timt the following degrees were conferred :— DOCTOR CIVIL LAW. j Rev. James Caulfield Brow
July 12, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
The Law.

The Law.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, Tuesday, July 8. (Before Mr. Commissioner Fane.) JOHN BEARD, OF (a BANKRUPT,) Ex parte John William Taylor. This was the day appointed by Mr. Commissioner Fane to inquire into, and decide, whether a claim of 21/., set up by Mr. John William Taylor upon the b
July 12, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

The Worm —Fire and flood are what these pests most dread ; burning the soil makes it too hot to hold them ; and a few days' submersion a system of hydropathics equally useful in arresting their onward career. A colony of rooks a good cure. Ducks pick them up, when the land is ne
July 12, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.-Wednesday.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.-Wednesday.

Mary Calland, 19, was convicted of stealing a 10/- England note, the property of Marie Quantin, her She was sentenced to be transported for ten years- NEW COURT. (Before the Common Sergeant.) , Ann Adams was indicted for stealing a cap &t> n pairs of stockings, the property of M
July 12, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 

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DARTFORD.-Monday last being the anniversary of the Ocd Fellows Society, the members, preceded by a band, paraded the town, and

DARTFORD.-Monday last being the anniversary of the Ocd Fellows Society, the members, preceded by a band, paraded the town, and

as fur as the Brent, where they remained till about 9-o'clock, and amused themselves with cricket and other, games, much to their own enjoyment and also to that of a great number of spectators. On Thursday last our little town was by the celebrated O-jib-way Indians, who went th
July 12, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

Gentlemen op England Gentlemen Kent-"" j„ match was played on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday* jthe bowling department, Kent, as well as the game c severely fit the loss of Mr. A. Mynn. The want gf Kent side was a change of bowling and a wicket keepe » fle the tremendous pace at
July 12, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
QUALIFICATIONS OF VOTERS.

QUALIFICATIONS OF VOTERS.

beg again to remind our readers that now i» for making claims for county-votes. They must be „b' or before 20th July. It ma y not be out place join the following qualifications of voters Freeholders of 40s value. Life Estate of £10 annual value. , Life Estate of 40s. annual valu
July 12, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
SECOND REPORT FROM THE SELECT COM. MITTEE ON RAILWAY BILLS.

SECOND REPORT FROM THE SELECT COM. MITTEE ON RAILWAY BILLS.

SECOND REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON RAILWAY BILLS. ' Select Committee appointed to inquire into the state of the several Railway Bills now before and to consider and report their opinion es to what >»t^~' should be adopted tbe House, order to facili(H be re-introduction, a
July 12, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
Varieties.

Varieties.

There is but one way of obtaining business—publicity one way of obtaining publicity—advertisements; tbe newpaper the flying wheel by which the motive power of commercial enterprise sustained, and money, the steam by which the advertising is kept going.— Blackwood's Magazine. The
July 12, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England