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VISIT OF THE EMPEROR AND EMPRESS OF THE FRENCH.

VISIT OF THE EMPEROR AND EMPRESS OF THE FRENCH.

our last briefly chronicled the iiit.°i«lcnts connect with the lauding our Imperial guests, and their departure from Dover, special train, the South Eastern Railj wav, route tor Windsor. The same exuberance of feeling that was displayed the arrival their Majesties was manifested
April 24, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LONDON GRAIN MARKET, April 20.

LONDON GRAIN MARKET, April 20.

' [From the " Universal Corn Reporter."] ' For this dav's market there were fair fresh arrivals of English grain, a good quantity Irish oats, and moderate imports Foreign articles. ... , ... ~ The weather has been drv and sunny this week, with cold winds at night from the N.E.,
April 24, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LOCAL STOCK MARKETS.

LOCAL STOCK MARKETS.

STOCK MARKKT-Apiui. 17. Reef, lis r score ; I'ork, to Os ditto ; Mutton, to .*>s stone ; Veal, to CIIOY NT(M *KM VUK 19. Steers and heifers, 4s to 4s (id. Southdown wether mutton, "is .is 2d. Ditto ewe mutton, 4s 4d to 4s Sd. Lambs, (is to Ts. Veal, 4s to
April 24, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SPEAKING LIKENESSES. —Attention is rcsiwctfullv invited to Mil. BATEMAN'S Superior PHOTOGRAPHIC MLVATI'RKS, -which from their combined sliarpness, and beauty colouring,jwswss

SPEAKING LIKENESSES. —Attention is rcsiwctfullv invited to Mil. BATEMAN'S Superior PHOTOGRAPHIC MLVATI'RKS, -which from their combined sliarpness, and beauty colouring,jwswss

all the requisites ot pleasing and accurate likenesses. —No. 6, Canterbury. t DOBEIX, Watch and Clock Maker, opposite . the Butter Market, Canterbury, has new gold Watches from 1.55; silver ditto, from <3155-warranted; «peeUe«« adapted to all sights from Is. per pair; folders an
April 24, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CROWN QUAY. SITTINCfrBOURNE pENUINE PERUVIAN (H'.VNU, 1V,.,,, Gibbs'. NITRATE SODA. SUPERPHOSPHATE LIME, from J. B. Lanks. P. W. G. GORDELIER,

CROWN QUAY. SITTINCfrBOURNE pENUINE PERUVIAN (H'.VNU, 1V,.,,, Gibbs'. NITRATE SODA. SUPERPHOSPHATE LIME, from J. B. Lanks. P. W. G. GORDELIER,

Chemist and Druggist, jfeittin^- bourne. LOST, Black and White BITCH HOOD, in whelp; expected to have puppies the this niontli. Any person that will take care of her and her puppies, and let Know where to send for them, shall be paid for their trouble. JOHN BANKS, Alkham, April
April 24, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE. The .Ifoni/ear contains intelligence to the following effect: —The Prefect the Seine has received a communication from the Minister of the Interior stating that it is the intention of his Imperial Majesty to apply those sums usually employed the state for the celebration
August 7, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CONTEMPORARY OPINIONS.

CONTEMPORARY OPINIONS.

WHAT CAN DONE WITH LIMITED A If I LIT V ? Although the owners of large capital have cndeavourid pertinaciously, but happily unsuccessfully, to interpose all kinds of objections, the effect of the amendments which have been introduced, has been to liberalise the provisions ot the
August 7, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

Union of Contiguous Parishes. —Wc trust that we mav congratulate our readers of the probable enactment, in this session of 1803, that law which has been in contemplation for two or three years past, for legalising the union contiguous parishes, in cases where the interests the C
August 7, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
A company of enterprising young men of Conneautville, Pennsylvania, offer beautiful silk dress to the unmarried lady who exhibits the

A company of enterprising young men of Conneautville, Pennsylvania, offer beautiful silk dress to the unmarried lady who exhibits the

best horsemanship at the next Crawford county fair. Testimonial the Memory Lord Raglan.— arc gratified at learning, not only that steps are taking for the purpose raising national testimonial to the late Lord Raglan; but that the project is headed by less personage than the Duke
August 7, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ST. AUGUSTINE'S PETTY SESSIONS.

ST. AUGUSTINE'S PETTY SESSIONS.

SATURDAY. Before E. F.«, Fj*. * '• l'ereeval, Esq., and the Rev. J. Hilton. \VA,;r;oNERS.-Stednian Ovenden appeared to answer an information preferred against him by Sup. ri„t. Walk, r, for having, the 2,th April, rode on ;i waggon, with two horses, without reins on the anter'.u
May 8, 1855 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England