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THE REV. J. PUCKLE ON GEOLOGY

THE REV. J. PUCKLE ON GEOLOGY

this week conclude our notice of the J. Puekle's nst lecture upon the harmony o: Geology with the Record, delivere d tin members the Dover Philosophical Institutioi and the Working Man's Institute on Tuesday evening week. The fir-t verve the first iptcr Genesis said the lecturer
February 5, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER CLOTHING EBTABT.THH BUT NEXT TO THE ANTWERP HOTBL. THE Proprietor of the above takes this opportunity of thanking the

DOVER CLOTHING EBTABT.THH BUT NEXT TO THE ANTWERP HOTBL. THE Proprietor of the above takes this opportunity of thanking the

Public generally for the very liberal amount of patronage received during the past Season, and begs to observe that at this Unrivalled Establishment will found the largest aivl best assortment Gentlemen's Overcoats, of a superior stylo and manufacture, for autumn and winter, con
December 4, 1858 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

THE REV. IF. YATE ON THE BRITISH SAILOR. On Tuesday last the lecture session of the Dover Working Man's Institute was inaugurated bv a very excellent address from the Rev. W. Vate, who took for hi* subject 44 De omnibus rebus." Although, however, the lecture did embrace a little
November 20, 1858 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

METROPOLITAN, Moxday. About average supply of foreign stock was on offer i here day 111 middling condition. Fresh up to-day our grazing districts, the arrivals beast* were only I moderate both number and quality. For all breeds, if we except the primest Scots and crosses, the de
July 9, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
JACOBS'S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, 36, SNARGATE STREET, DOVER, AND Opposite the Pavilion, Folkestone. First C\sa Portraits, in Frame complete and highly^Coloured,

JACOBS'S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, 36, SNARGATE STREET, DOVER, AND Opposite the Pavilion, Folkestone. First C\sa Portraits, in Frame complete and highly^Coloured,

for la. Open Daily from 9 until Dusk. Portraits on Paper for 2s. 6d. A variety of Brooches and Lockets for Side. EXCURSION TO BOULOGNE ! THE COMMITTEE of the DOVER Races have to announce that J. G. Churchward, Esq., has most literally oflered THE VIVID, one of those splendid Ves
July 9, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
FANCY BISCUITS FANCY BISCUITS ! ! BROWNING'S SUPERIOR FANCY BISCUITS IN EVERY VARIETY, and at very Low Prices, may be

FANCY BISCUITS FANCY BISCUITS ! ! BROWNING'S SUPERIOR FANCY BISCUITS IN EVERY VARIETY, and at very Low Prices, may be

obtained of most respectable Grocers, Ac., in Dover and the Neighbouring Towns, and Wholesale and Retail at the MANUFACTORY—6, HIGH STREET, CHARLTON, DOVER. A Price List will be forwarded to any Address return of Post. id. Saved in every Pound of Tea if Bought at MORRIS'S READY-
January 1, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Fashionable Intelligence.

Fashionable Intelligence.

ARRIVALS. Rev. Sanderson Robins, and family, 10, Camden Crescent. Major B issano, 8, Liverpool Terrace. Lady Somerset, 9, East Cliff. Mrs. Hullah, 24. Waterloo Crescent. Mr. Bickley, 20, Waterloo Crescent. Mrs. Mattcnson, 5, Esplanade. Rev. Mr. Barapton, 18, Esplanade. Mr. Holla
December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT.

THE VOLUNTEER MOVEMENT.

DOVE'?. The Lord \Varden approved the uniform letted by the Dover Volunteer Artillery Cor;*, meeting the corps was held on Thursday evening, when it was d-termined that the clothing should at once procured. Tiie Lord Warden it was stated lite approved the intention the corps to
December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Bridge Union".—The Marchionem kindly presented the £10 provide a C'ltriftiTiJiS dinner lor the inmate* this wovkhouKe, the guardians, their nieetiiij*

Bridge Union".—The Marchionem kindly presented the £10 provide a C'ltriftiTiJiS dinner lor the inmate* this wovkhouKe, the guardians, their nieetiiij*

held Thursday lant, directed the cierk convey their to her ladyship for her kind Consideration of the poor.
December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
CASTLE HOUSE ACADEMY. Studies will RESUMED at the above Establishment THURSDAY, January 19: h, IWH). 3 DOVER. Notice Unreserved Auction

CASTLE HOUSE ACADEMY. Studies will RESUMED at the above Establishment THURSDAY, January 19: h, IWH). 3 DOVER. Notice Unreserved Auction

Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, kc., which, under instructions received from the Proprietor, will, on TUESDAY NEXT, 3rd January, 1860, he submitted for Public Competition, MR. JAMES B. TERSON, EMO\ for the convenience of Sale to the GUILDHALL ROOMS, Market Place, Dover. The Sale co
December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England