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WEST KENT INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY,

WEST KENT INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY,

MAIDSTONE. Weekly Deport ending January 27. Admitted—ln-patients Out-patients 14 Remaining tlic books.. 270 Vacancies fop males, /or females, 8. Physician for Thursday next Dr.Taylor Surgeon Mr. Hour House Visitors for Messrs. Cooper and J. Watts. W. O. Sedgwick, House Surgeon.
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS

COUNTRY MARKETS

Corn, Jan. 27.—Wheat, white, 40*. 565.; rod, to 505.; barley, malting, 2d«. to grinding, 245. to 270. joats, 16#. 225. ; ive, *263. lo Os. ; pea* , 365. 40s. ; beans, 30s. 405.; tares. Os. to Os. Corn, Jan. 27.—While wheat, old, 465. to 545.; red do., 40a. white wheat, new, os.
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MAIDSTONE CORN MARKET.

MAIDSTONE CORN MARKET.

Average I'riaea of Corn this Market, in the week ending Saturday, Jau. 27, 1849, given by the Inepeetor. IJ!P. 'J. QB. BD. SOU! FOB. FBICB. AVF.K. Wheat ..196 4 .. 10 .. 39 a .. 2 3 4 Barley.. 21 0 .. 27 6 ..20 ..1 Oals .... 29 0 •• 21 0 .. 10 a 16 .. live 0,. 0 0 .. a .. Beans.
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
LONDON MARKETS. r, JA N. 20. Corn Exchange, Mark-Lane. There teat very limited supply of reheat and barley land carriage

LONDON MARKETS. r, JA N. 20. Corn Exchange, Mark-Lane. There teat very limited supply of reheat and barley land carriage

eamplet from Euex, Kent, and Suffolk for this day’s market, rcith a moderate quantity of beam and peas from all the near counties. The fresh arrivals of oats reel I English as Scotch and Irish mere to a trifling extent. The importations of foreign grain mere much smaller than th
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
The highest price for Breai 41b. Loaf; sotnr bakers sell D»n Ibe HsTMOPOLI* Bd, it lAd. below tliHtraU\ Price of

The highest price for Breai 41b. Loaf; sotnr bakers sell D»n Ibe HsTMOPOLI* Bd, it lAd. below tliHtraU\ Price of

Meat. The beef trade was firm, at, in most transactions, an advance on the prices of Monday last of 2d. per 81b. The primest Scots sold without difficulty at from 4*. to 4s. 2d. per Bib., and pood clearance was effected. There was further decease in the numbers of sheep, and a g
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
TO BUILDERS.

TO BUILDERS.

PARTIES willing to CONTRACT for various ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS COBTREE HOUSE, near Maidstone, *for Thomas Franklyn, Estj., together with an entrance lodge, cottage, and stable buildings, or any of them, are requested to deliver Tender.-, sealed and endorsed Tender for at Cobt
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NOTICE,

NOTICE,

claiiirs upon the Estute the lute the Younger, of SDodlmrslFnrrnp Chatham, Yeoman, rteceased, ore requested send a •taternent thereof nith to Messrs. Essgll, Hayward, and Epselt., Solicitors, Kochestir, or to Mr. Jons Thomas Skinner, 278, High-street, Chatham, Auctioneer. ithnm.
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
TEE LARGEST STOCK

TEE LARGEST STOCK

OF SEEDLING AND TRANSPLANTED LARCH FIRS, IN ENGLAND. WOODLANDS NURSERY, MARESFZBLD, NEAR UCKFIELD, SUSSEX. WM. WOOD and SON have the pleasure of inviting attention to their very extensive stock of the above. Also Transplanted Spruce Firs, Seedling Alders, and all other kinds of
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
CAUTION !

CAUTION !

WASHING-DA Y NUISANCES AT AN END! MR, TWELVETKEES respectfully notices that hi* “DIRECTIONS” for getting out of this bore for married men at cost of about are now “legally protected." Any party found offering them for Sale after this Notice,will be proceeded against according to
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE LEVANT,

THE LEVANT,

bare received the journal* Constantinople to the 4th and of Athens to the Bth inst. Abbas Pacha, governor-general of E ? ypt, and Mailoum Bey, minisUr justice, were still waiting to receive formal investiture from the buitan. The cholera had reappeared with increased intensity C
January 30, 1849 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England