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THE WAR.

THE WAR.

CANTERBURY, OCTOBER 30, ISoo. There has been little news from the seat of war during the week—the fact is, the allied armies cannot proceed quite so fast give a battle or capture some stronghold of the enemy's every week. Preparations had been made for further operations either
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CORN IN EUROPE.

CORN IN EUROPE.

CORN EUROPE. it be sound doctrine of the political economists that population, where there are checks from pestilence other causes, increases a ratio, whilst corn and other products thecait increases only in an arithmetical ratio there seems no reason to suppose, that England and
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THERMOMETRICAL REGISTER.

THERMOMETRICAL REGISTER.

For tiie Week ending 2-5, 18-54. (Inadvertantly omitted last week.) MI'KUAII C ANTER I! VUV. Dee. des?. Dee. dp? 1!) 32 20 33 24 :!4 21 29 25 39 22 41 Dee. dp?. Doff. dt'2 :!•> 27 31 j Jan., 18-55. 2'J I
January 2, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY COURT OF GUARDIANS.

CANTERBURY COURT OF GUARDIANS.

the weekly meeting ou Tuesday last, Mi. <'ibl»n> the chair, the following guardians pn sent Messrs. Mii.ir, C. C.dlard, J. , ~V s .1 Smith, T. Philpott, <i- < •• ltielj.ir.Uon, W J. Richardson, T. ltoorman and 11. Oillman. STATK «>l TIIK VSION'. , 'r; I t ,ta ~«.1 lining in- in.
January 2, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH SWISS LEGION.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH SWISS LEGION.

<>u Thursday last the Ist and 2d battalions the British Swiss Legion from Canterbury and Dover, numbering some men, were reviewed bv Colonel Dickson, the extreme end Barham Downs, in the presence of a num- j of the county gentry, officers of different garrisons, and a large conc
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

Ramsgate. Friday a dreadful accident occurred here. At eleven o'clock the oyster boat Maria and Ann, from Colchester, was wrecked off the East Pier head. The Captain, James Fisher, and two the crew, George Oran and ffm. lJridge, were saved. The other two, Joseph Arthur and James
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

CANTERBURY MARKET, Saturday, OCT. 27, 1855. (As per Return furnished by the Inspector. Brown Wheat to Hot? Peas —to New Brown Wheat 75 to Boiling Peas to 45 White Wheat to Tares, per bushel to ~ New ditto 83 to 90 Flour, Fine Barlev ' —to Second New ditto 38 to 44 Third Outs Rou
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Hythe.

Hythe.

British German Legion.—On Wednesday the Duke of Cambridge paid ail unexpected visit to the German Legion at Shorncclitfc camp. His Royal Highness, whose ! object was to make himself acquainted with the state of discipline the corps and their system of drill, dressed in plain clo
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Romney.

Romney.

A large fleet merchant vessels, outward bound, are lying at anchor in the Queen's Bay. Romney in the olden ! time was Queen the Cinque Ports. The estuary is nearly one mile across, but so choked with sand that only boats ' and vessels of small draught can approach the shore at h
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Lydd.

Lydd.

The barque " George Woolfe," which struck on the wreck of the " Kingston," opposite Littlestone, has been raised by barges, and towed nearer the shore by a steam tug. Part the cargo, consisting coals, has been dis| charged the beach, and sold the inhabitants New Romney. The vess
October 30, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England