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POLICE,

POLICE,

MARYLEBONE.— A Smasher— Yesterday resi ded Mf man, named William Henderson, who said v i , 0 t i No. 4, Conduit-street, and that he was » the ci. til» cc Jd Page, bookseller, Broadway, Hammersmith, v. g ut tei» the bar, before Mr. Rawlinson, cliarged with n» a counterfeit half s
December 4, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HUNTING INTELLIGENCE.

HUNTING INTELLIGENCE.

The THANET HARRIERS will meet at Half-past Ten o'clock, on Wednesday, Dec-. 1", at Dandelion—Friday, Dec. 19, at Bromstone—Monday, Dec. 22. at Sane Mill. The EAST KF.NT FOX-HOUNDS will meet at Half-past Ten o'clock, Tuesday, Dec 1(5, at Lydden—Friday, Dec. 19, at Urabourn. The H
December 16, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

BOROUGH HOP MAb KET, Monday. New Pockets. £ s £ New Rags. £ s Farnham 8 8 11 | Kent 0 0 0 Kent 5 10 10 Sussex 0 0 0 East Kent 0 0 0 0 Yerrlines 5 12 6 Sussex 3 0 Hops 0 6 6 Yearlings 10 9 0 Worcester, Dec. market lias more doing hops since our last reports, and pi ices for all s
December 16, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
EXCERPTA FUNERARIA.

EXCERPTA FUNERARIA.

Those who live beyond the T«eed say that Scotlur.d brightest je.vel of the British crown. But an Irishman, being v* ke a Caledonian what was meant i very bappilv Scotch modesty ! ai d which the following is i dr specimen, and exhibits the earl] habits of bis Majesty George lit h
December 16, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY DISPENSARY.

CANTERBURY DISPENSARY.

The usual half-yearly meeting of the governors this institution was held on Monday afternoon, the Guildball Chamber. Mr. Alderman Neame having been called to the chair, the ordinary business was proceeded with, first of all of submitting the report, which will be found below, an
December 16, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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WOOLWICH, Dec. 9.

WOOLWICH, Dec. 9.

The Amphion, 36 guns, building Woolwich Dockyard, is to launched on the last day the present month, December 31. Tbe whole of her are to 32- pounders, and she been fitted a screw propeller, as auxiliary, und the same was adopted in fitting screw propellers the vessels engaged ar
December 16, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

THE MINISTRY. The retirement of Lord John Russell from his shortlived premiership, and the expected resumption of his high office Sir Robert Peel, bave had tiie effect of increasing the marketable value of nearly all public securities as well as tbe public funds. Norwithntending
December 30, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Her Majesty bus appointed the Right Hon. William Ewai t Gladstone one of her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. Testimonial

Her Majesty bus appointed the Right Hon. William Ewai t Gladstone one of her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. Testimonial

to Sir Charles Morgan Bart.— At the recent meeting at Newport, it was resolved to produce some lasting memorial this excellent landlord and gentleman, and tbe subset iption list for that bbjiet is filling rapidly. We hear that it is intended to erect a statue of tiie honourable
December 30, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PROTECTIVE LEGISLATION.

PROTECTIVE LEGISLATION.

lii (h»*WH«jf that, at moment like this, when the corn laws are the all engrossing topic political interest, a sketch the hislon the legislative discussion of the question will not without interest our readers, have compiled the following chronological summary the chief division
December 30, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE KENTISH GAZETTE. CANTERBURY, DECEMBER 16, 1845. The news of the resignation of the Ministry came most unexpectedly upon us,

THE KENTISH GAZETTE. CANTERBURY, DECEMBER 16, 1845. The news of the resignation of the Ministry came most unexpectedly upon us,

as it did upon the country generally. It is reported, and have no doubt l ruly so, that although Lord John Russell—whose " moral fearlessness prompts him to every undertaking, however unfavorable both time and place may be for success—has promised his sovereign to attempt a new
December 16, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England