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SERIOUS FIRE AT DOVER.

SERIOUS FIRE AT DOVER.

One of the most serious conflagrations which has occurred in Dover for many years past took place on Saturday afternoon last, on the liaison Dicu Farm, belonging to and in the occupation of Air. C. B. Gorcly, and resulted in the total destruction of the greater portion of the pr
July 2, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

The Clerkship to tiie County Maois- TRATES. —We understand that Edward Knocker, Eiq., has ceased to hold the office of clerk to the county justices at Dovor, and that the appointment has been given to G. T. Thompson, Esq. Friday Evening Services. —A series of Friday evening serv
March 12, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
BAPTISM OF THE INFANT PRINCE AT BERLIN.

BAPTISM OF THE INFANT PRINCE AT BERLIN.

The Prussian Gazette of Saturday evening gives the following details of the baptism of the infant prince:— To-day, at one o'clock, took plaee at Berlin, in the chapel of tho Royal Palace, tho baptism of the prince, born on tho 27th of January, and son of his Royal Highness Princ
March 12, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
TIME HIGH WATER AT DOVER. March .v. m. p. m. March a. m. r. m. Saturday 12.. 342 Wcdnes. 16..

TIME HIGH WATER AT DOVER. March .v. m. p. m. March a. m. r. m. Saturday 12.. 342 Wcdnes. 16..

Sunday .13.. -1 4"» <5 , Tliurs... 17.. 10 li Monday .14.. 6: -33 , Friday nj 10 1-5.. 2 Saturday 19.. 11 4 11 44
March 12, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

* METROPOLITAN, Mom. av. As th'- attendance both town mid cuitnfrv was limited. beef tratio wry inactive, at in the quotations 4d. per £|1» . best Scotch tyhl •>?>. supplied with Knj-iisa sln up. Primellmviis and commanded a steady sale, at ex!muse quotations, quite oi. 4>l. hav
December 24, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
FOB FAMILY ARMS SEND Name and County to the Heraldic Office. Sketcli 2s. fid., in Heraldic Colours ss. Crest on

FOB FAMILY ARMS SEND Name and County to the Heraldic Office. Sketcli 2s. fid., in Heraldic Colours ss. Crest on

Signet King 1 or Seal Bk., on Steel Die 7s. Arms, Crest, and Motto on Seal, Die, or Book-plate Official Seals, Presses, Diploma, Share, and Card Plates in Mediaeval or Modern Styles. Lever Press and Crest Die Nam© and Address, 2 Is. SOLID GOLD 18 CARAT Sardonyx or Bloodstone Rin
December 24, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH WEEKLY MEETING OF THE MANAGING COMMITTEE.

DOVER LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH WEEKLY MEETING OF THE MANAGING COMMITTEE.

The members present at the weekly mooting the Managing Committee of the Local Board of Health, Thursday last, were the Mayor; Alderman Pound; and Councillors Dickeson, Robinson, Freeman, Walter, and Sims. Mr. Spain represented tho Clerk. NUISANCES. Tho Master of tho Porters havi
October 9, 1858 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Literary Notices.

Literary Notices.

WrsTMfxsTKR Review. No. xxvm. October- Louis Napoleon, exile Switzerland, writing his '• palitieiu Kevcriesm»rc- than twenty years s'uee. first wants a nation are independent liberty, st ability, the supremacy of n;erit, oni' the enjoyments life equally diffused. The best foim o
October 9, 1858 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
MR. ROEBUCK, M.P., on CHERBOURG.

MR. ROEBUCK, M.P., on CHERBOURG.

At the annual Cutlers' Feast, held at Sheffield last week, Mr. Roebuck, M.P., in responding to the toast, "The Members for the Borough," made the following allusions to the late Cherbourg demonstrations:—l was with the House of Commons at sea. (Laughter.) I went to Cherbourg, an
September 11, 1858 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
COURT OF PROBATE AND DIVORCE.

COURT OF PROBATE AND DIVORCE.

JAM'ary 28. (Before tho Judge-Ordinary and Common Juries.) Bavlv r. ayi.v axd others.—Mr. Serjeant Parry Mr. Prentice were counsel for the plaintiff, and Mr. C. E. Pollock for the defendants. The defendants are cxecntors of the will flic late Mr. Thomas Bayly, of Dover. The plai
February 5, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England