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INDIA AND CHINA

INDIA AND CHINA

The usual express, in anticipation of the Overland Mail, reached the metropolis Tuesday night. The datesare from Calcutta, from Bombay, August?; and from China, June I*2. There is little of public interest the letters and journals brought to Europe the arrival. The Funjaub conti
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
[SEPT. 30. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [lt being the object of the Editor to render this department of the Gazette a medium

[SEPT. 30. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [lt being the object of the Editor to render this department of the Gazette a medium

for the free publication of opinions, on every subject of Importance, political, agricultural, commercial, or scientific, whenever they are temperately expressed and offered in a candid spirit of inquiry,—he invites the contributions of intelligent and practical correspondents.
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
AGENTS,

AGENTS,

SUN lafc British Fire Ortico Agents. Dover, Mr. H. Morris Mr. J. S. Neales, druggist Bromley, Mr. U. B. Latter Mr. T. Baxter, auctioneer Greenwich, Mr. J. Townsend Mr. John Christian, Colling-^ wood, surveyor, SUN AGENTS. MAIDSTONE—Mr. H. R. Spencer. CANTERBURY—Mr. Edward Holtt
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BOBHERVIIiIaE GARDENS, NEAR GRAVESEND. THERE is place in the United Kingdom whereaday’a pleasure can so extensively enjoyed as at this

BOBHERVIIiIaE GARDENS, NEAR GRAVESEND. THERE is place in the United Kingdom whereaday’a pleasure can so extensively enjoyed as at this

delightful spot. The amusements usual. Baron Nathan, Master of the Ceremonies. Refreshments of all kinds may be had in the Gardens. The Gravesend Boats call at the Rosherville Pier. Admittance, (id. each. GREAT KENT ATMOSPHERIC RAILWAY. PROMOTED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE LONDON AN
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
• Xoxe. liy SjHcial ami Fast Trains the time occupied

• Xoxe. liy SjHcial ami Fast Trains the time occupied

will lie considerably shorter. Under these circumstances, it is reasonable to anticipate that this comprehensive scheme will unite all interests of the conntv of Kent in its favour. With a view to afford the fullest assurance of the entire lines being carried out, gentlemen loca
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 

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REVISING BARRISTER S COURT.

REVISING BARRISTER S COURT.

A court for the revision of the list of voters for the courtv was held at the Town-hall yesterday, before John Chamber?, Esq. Mr. Hoar, jun., attended for the Conservatives, and Case for the Liberals. f ir ' The only point raised was with respect to notices of obi. tion. It appe
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
HUNTING INTELLIGENCE.

HUNTING INTELLIGENCE.

The Thanet Harriers.meet at half-past ten o’clock, on Oct. C, at Sea Mark; Wednee.lay, Oct. 8, at Minster Mills; Friday, Oct. 10, at Capel Bottom. ASHFORD. -On Monday an inquest was {held at the New Inu, Ash'brd, before T.’ T. DeLasaux, Esq., coroner, the body of John Wheeler, w
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
solo was a masterpiece, and was deservedly much applauded. Mr. Humphrey's song, The Chances and the Changes,'' is a good

solo was a masterpiece, and was deservedly much applauded. Mr. Humphrey's song, The Chances and the Changes,'' is a good

one, and was very respectably sung, although we cannot help thinking the music too common place character for a concert like this. The duo concertante, pianoforte and violin, “Robert Le Dittblv” M. and Madame Oury, was perfect; we never remember to have heard anything better or
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
GREAT KENT ATMOSPHERIC RAILWAY,

GREAT KENT ATMOSPHERIC RAILWAY,

To the Editor of the Maidstone and South Eastern Gazette. Sir, Having seen in the London papers of this morning, a report of the meeting of landed proprietors at Sevenoaks, Friday last, in which arn represented as having given a lengthened detail of the plan of the Central Kent
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
ROCHESTER, CHATHAM, &c.

ROCHESTER, CHATHAM, &c.

Rochester Revision Court.— Mr. Chambers, the revising banister, commenced his revision of the lists for West Kent, at the Guildhall, on Tuesday afternoon. The Liberals were presented Mr. Case, of Maidstone, and the Conservatives by Mr. Hayward, of Rochester. The cases were of th
September 30, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England