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NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING

NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING

This meeting commenced on Monday, the weather favorable ami the course in good order. Fifty Pound Plate, last three miles of B. C.—a capital race up the cords, and won a head Lord Sandwich's Plautagonet, beating Mr. Edward's Trudge-it. '1 he Jersey Stales of 100 sovs. each, ft,
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE KENTISH GAZETTE

THE KENTISH GAZETTE

CANTERBURY, MAY G, 1845. Notwithstanding the daily proofs of the power that O'Connell and the Papist and Repeal party possess is Ireland over that of the Executive, Sir Robert Peel still persists in forcing on the country his obnoxious measure for adding to that power by enrichi
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
KENT CRICKET CLUB.

KENT CRICKET CLUB.

The annual met ting of this club was held on Friday last, at the Fountain Hotel. Sir John Maxwell Tylden, the President of the past year, filled the chair. At five o'clock the company sat down to an ex| cellent dinner, served in the best style, and the | wines, which were of var
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FAVERSHAM. April 30

FAVERSHAM. April 30

Fire with Ljss of Like. —Shortly before twelve o'clock on Tuesdry night, an alarm of fire was given, the ringing of the market bell, &o. The fire appears to have broken out at the house of Mr. Payn, a baker, in West-street, a few doors from the market, and so sudden was the outb
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DEAL.

DEAL.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. April Came down from the River and proceeded, the Galga,—, forßilboa; Swiss Boy, Blasdale, for Boston; Treasurer, Smith, for Quebec Brontes, Curtis, for New York ; Wasdule, McKenzie, for Jamaica. Arrived and proceeded for the River, the Walter, Keay, from
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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EXCERPTA FUNDERARIA.

EXCERPTA FUNDERARIA.

The following said be an authentic account of the rise and progress the tumult at l'aris and Versailles, on the sth of September, which terminated the removal of the French King and Royal family from Versailles, into what may called their imprisonment, in the old palace of the T
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE CIVIL WAR IN 1745

THE CIVIL WAR IN 1745

The Fathek and the Son. —Lord Lwdon held post with corps the English army which perpetually harassed the rebels, and was of the utmost consequence to them that it should be dispersed. The plan adopted for this purpose succeeded ; private incident which occurred in its execution,
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOSS HER MAJESTY'S BRIG SKYLARK. The following has been received at Lloyd's : Smedmore (St. Alban's Head), April 25, 1845. 41 Her Majesty's brig Skylark, Lieutenant Commander Morris, with volunteers for the navy from Liverpool, came ashore upon Clavelshard this morning, in dense
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WEEKLY CALENDAR.

WEEKLY CALENDAR.

May 6 St. John Evan. Port Lat. W nutes past 10 morning. Sun eclipsed hi. v° n a 36 mm. past 8, middle at 42 min. p ast mm. past 10 in the morning.—M . *I'' e nt a after 4, and sets at 27 min. before if ends. May 9 : Clock slow min. 46 sec Ki,st «Te Term ends.—May 11 : Whit-Sunda
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
GENERAL KENT AND CANTERBURY HOSPITAL.

GENERAL KENT AND CANTERBURY HOSPITAL.

WEEKLY REPORT. Admitted.... In-Patients .. 15 p„.- Discharged at >ents.. 2fi Remaining on the books 114 '•• Vacancies for In-Patients a ' es 226 Patients are admitted every Fridav under^r' 6 every Tuesday under Dr. E. Scudam'ore *' Surgeon for Friday, May 9, Mr. Crawford-f^T May
May 6, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England