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HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE

Mr. I.umley is likely realise great credit his engagement of Madame Anaide Castellan, whose debut 011 Tuesday night Lucia eli Lammermoor was highly satisfactory. This success was legitimate and unforced. The lady was entitled to it her own account; for she possesses capabilities
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DREADFUL MURDER IN ST. GILES'S.

DREADFUL MURDER IN ST. GILES'S.

On Monday nighty about half-past 11 o'clock, the inhabitants of George-street, St. Giles's, were thrown into the utmost excitementby the discovery of a dreadful murder, which had been perpetrated on the body of a womau 46 years of age, named Mary Brothers, well known in the neig
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
EDUCATION OF THE WORKING CLASSES

EDUCATION OF THE WORKING CLASSES

are inclined, for our part, to regard education as the root of all permanent improvement in the character and moral condition the working classes, and look forward, trust with expectation, for days when normal schools, steam, and oilier agencies now at work,shall effect a comple
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE OVERLAND MAIL.

THE OVERLAND MAIL.

The usual extraordinary express, in anticipation of the Overland Mail from India, reached town on Thursday evening.—The dates are—from Bombay of March 1 ; Madras, February 21 ; Calcutta, February 19 ; Lahore, February 9; Scinde, February 20; and China, January 14. The news broug
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LETTING FARMS BY TENDER.

LETTING FARMS BY TENDER.

The following letter addressed to the Editor of the Devizes Gazette, the Earl of Radnor, on the subject of letting Farms by tender, has created some sensatiou in the agricultural world. Sir, have read article in the Gazette the 6th re spec ting me and farms about be let tender.
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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IRELAND. AGRARIAN DISTURBANCES.

IRELAND. AGRARIAN DISTURBANCES.

The disturbances connected with land are increasing in range and intensity. The county of Roscommon has been the scene of several outrages, and one fatal conflict between the police and the peasantry .hus related in the Longford Journal:—On Wednesday la (week) an unfortunate occ
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TOTAL FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 1843.

TOTAL FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 1843.

Kf.nt i s h Gazette 00,000!! Dover Telegraph 27,500 Kentish Observer 21,0(10 Canterbury Journal 12.000
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c. TO ADVERTISERS.—Orders for the discontinuance of Advertisements, or for them appear in the first pace, must reach

TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c. TO ADVERTISERS.—Orders for the discontinuance of Advertisements, or for them appear in the first pace, must reach

the Office of this paper 011 Saturday Morning. Owing to the alterations in the mode of conveyance o 1 papers, parcels, &c., occasioned by the opening of the Railroad, we earnestly request our advertising friends to forward their orders as early as possible. We shall not be able
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WEST KEN r ELECTION.

WEST KEN r ELECTION.

WEST KEN ELECTION. i . Meeting was held at the Star Hotel, which " the friends of the Conservative .f 1 .. ff ere invited. Upwards of 100 gentlemen Capt. Marsham, R.N., was voted to '' al surprise, as well as of other " members -• WP were civillv ordered out of the room. f the ■
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
EASTRY

EASTRY

Messrs. Henry Church and J. M. Smith have been appointed churchwardens for the year ensuing. A public subscription among the neighbouring gentry, tradesmen, &c., amounting to upwards j£4o, has been entered into and completed, for the purpose of releasing from confinement a late
April 8, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England