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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
 
H CHRISTMAS ANI) TIIE NEW YEAR! SOUIER, WELLINGTON ARCADE, AS just received Luge consignments of Novelties suitable for Presents, and

H CHRISTMAS ANI) TIIE NEW YEAR! SOUIER, WELLINGTON ARCADE, AS just received Luge consignments of Novelties suitable for Presents, and

of which respectfully solicits early inspection. 1860. THE NEW YEAR! ! 1860. WALLIS, PRACTICAL PHOTOGRAPHIST, 30. SNARGATE STREET, 11 Dover, respectfully tender* his thanks the inhabitant* of Dover for the Liberal sup*x>rt he has received for the past Three Years, and informs th
December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
BIRTHS. On Christmas Day, •*>. (iuill'ord Lawn, Dover, tho wife the Rev. ,T. \V. Haddock, Oamptwn, lifdfimbhlFe, uf daughter. tho

BIRTHS. On Christmas Day, •*>. (iuill'ord Lawn, Dover, tho wife the Rev. ,T. \V. Haddock, Oamptwn, lifdfimbhlFe, uf daughter. tho

13th iiust., Russell Street Chapel, Dover, by the Rev. R. Mr. Kdward Coleman, of Dover, auctioneer aid estate agent, Sarah. daughter of Sir. James Liattle, of Burton L>atiin Northamptonolui e. the 2fith instant, at Church, Portico, Ptirtsmouth, hy licence. Mr. Tho.nas l'lant, of
December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
MONTHLY MEETING OF THE WATCH COMMITTEE.

MONTHLY MEETING OF THE WATCH COMMITTEE.

The members <>f the*' present «t the monthly j meeting the Watch -mmittee, held Tues«lay last, wore Alderman Wood (in the chair), and Councillors Gaskin, Clark, uid Hack. Air. S til well represented the Town Clerk. inspection of the force. j The usual inspection the police force
December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Dover Souih-Eastein itailway. TIME JANUAHY, 1.-60.

Dover Souih-Eastein itailway. TIME JANUAHY, 1.-60.

December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
WEEK DAYS.— TO LONDON BRIDGE. SUNDAY TRAINS. WEEK DAYS.— FROM LONDON BRIDGE. SUNDAY TRAINS. M.'iil Mutt 1, 2, I CI.

WEEK DAYS.— TO LONDON BRIDGE. SUNDAY TRAINS. WEEK DAYS.— FROM LONDON BRIDGE. SUNDAY TRAINS. M.'iil Mutt 1, 2, I CI.

1 2 1 2 <* 1 2 A 2 1 2 1 1 <S: 2 Mail 1 <v I, 2, .J 1 & 2 "l. 2 A 2 1 2 1 <1 2' 1 2 1 1 <S 2 li, 2 1 2 1 CI. 4* 2 - , Ii|l. 2, a, A.uil | 1 2 TRAINS. C. Esp. CI. Exp. CI. Pari. CI. j Ol. CI. Exp. | CI. Exp. Pari. CI. Exp. DOWN TRAINS. Pml. Exp CI. Fuat. ;M Ex.] CI. | Exp. CI. CI
December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The Cheap Press.—Yielding the demand for cheap the proprietors of The Brighton Urnmftier have determined reduce the price their paper

The Cheap Press.—Yielding the demand for cheap the proprietors of The Brighton Urnmftier have determined reduce the price their paper

to one penny. making the announcement, The Examiner says:— 4 ' Already the multiplication readers has acted to some considerable extent in the catling forth of daily aud weekly journals at easy and universally conven ent price ; aud the diinai.d iu diitctiou is so strong, as to
December 31, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England