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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
 
PROPHETIC INTERPRETATION RUN MAD.

PROPHETIC INTERPRETATION RUN MAD.

(From Critic.) A little learning may be a dangerous thing; but it is opins, exceedingly profitable one, if used with judgment. At all events, enables its possessor purchase houses and leases, ride in Eis carraige, and to talk (with authority) nonsense by the hour. Emboldened by
October 20, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
•r-.>-i « : - '5 «'•*£ '• '1 •£. *& * g. ' ••tt x .. : *" iff WEEK

•r-.>-i « : - '5 «'•*£ '• '1 •£. *& * g. ' ••tt x .. : *" iff WEEK

8.— TO LONDON • SUNDAY TRAINS. WEEK DAYS.— FROM LONDON BRIDGE. SUNDAY TRAIN*. __ " MaH Mail , 1. 2, 3i 1 CI. 1, 2, 3 12 * 1 ft 2, 1 ft Mail I*2l Mail : 1, 2, 3| 1, 2, 1, 3, 1 ft 2 |1. 2, Mail | 1 ft 2 1, 2, 3l 1 ft 1 * 2 . 2 1 CI. 1 ft 1 CI. 1 ft 1, 2, ft 2 1, 2, ail, 2, a Mail
October 20, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
SIX GOOD H'OMK-3IAJ)E SHIRTS FOR FORTY' Warranted of Good Material and Fit : ■■■■■>. ! RECEIVED. every Novelty TJE«. to<*othrr

SIX GOOD H'OMK-3IAJ)E SHIRTS FOR FORTY' Warranted of Good Material and Fit : ■■■■■>. ! RECEIVED. every Novelty TJE«. to<*othrr

with every artic.o manufactured for » for Price «nd Quality THE LADIES' AND ARTICLES TJIINO VTK DEPARTMENT, which i- <i t.«ire Assortment. uM-hk - " SKI EMBROIDERIES, LACE,HQSIF.IIY, &c, 4c., *c. BABY LINEN AND CHILDREN'S Form very important feature, and the Stuck Horn;- .m EDWA
August 31, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
ESTABLISHED IN 1836. WATERLOO HOUSE, MARKET PLACE, DOVER. A. Gregory's TEX AND SIXPENNY HAT. GUINEA BLACK COAT. SIXTEEN AND SIXPENXY

ESTABLISHED IN 1836. WATERLOO HOUSE, MARKET PLACE, DOVER. A. Gregory's TEX AND SIXPENNY HAT. GUINEA BLACK COAT. SIXTEEN AND SIXPENXY

TROUSERS. SEVEN AND SIXPENNY VEST. SEVEN ANI) SIXPENNY ALPACA COAT. TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. J. WORGER'S COEFEE. GROCERY, and PROVISION ESTABLISHMENT, 5, MAKKET LANE, and QUEEN STREET. TRY WORGER'S! 1710. COULTHARD'S BOOT and SHOE WAREHOUSE, 5& G, LAST LANE, DOVER. T. F. C
August 7, 1858 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
MUMMERY bogs to return his sincerc thanks to the nobility, gentrv, and inhabitants Dover and its vicinity, for the liberal

MUMMERY bogs to return his sincerc thanks to the nobility, gentrv, and inhabitants Dover and its vicinity, for the liberal

support bestowed upon him for upw;irds 50 years ; and at the same time to introduce Mr. E. J. PRYOIt, as his Successor to the business of Watch and Clock Maker, Goldsmith, Jeweller, Ate., iSfcc., 5, Strond-street. T. M. can confidently recommend Mr. E. J. Pryor, and trusts may f
August 7, 1858 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Discovert of Rock Salt Prussia.—A letter has been received by our contemporary, the Daily News, wliich states that the important

Discovert of Rock Salt Prussia.—A letter has been received by our contemporary, the Daily News, wliich states that the important

discovery has been maele at place called Stassfurt, near Stettin, in Prussia, of an apparently inexhaustible bed of pure rock salt. A small cargo has been sent this summer to Scotland, to used in salting herrings, and the result of the experiment has proved in every way satisfac
November 6, 1858 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

METROPOLITAN, Monday. Th<re was a moderate supply at market Hits morning. The trade ruled dull, bat purchases could net be made lov.-er terms. Of shcan j the supplies w«-ru moderate for the scasun, and for all g*>od qnito money was arkod, -.it which ailes progressed slow'v. Infe
June 30, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
WEEK DAYS.— TO LONDON BRIDGE. SUNDAY TRAINS. WEEK DAYS— FROM LONDON BRIDGE. SUNDAY TRAINS. - K " ... —'."J""/.15*"1+ '"

WEEK DAYS.— TO LONDON BRIDGE. SUNDAY TRAINS. WEEK DAYS— FROM LONDON BRIDGE. SUNDAY TRAINS. - K " ... —'."J""/.15*"1+ '"

-* ' ".LH? *• •• Mail Mail 1, 2, 1 CI. 1 1 2& , 1 & 2 1 it 2 1 Mail 1 1 & Mail 12* 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3, 1 <Sc 2 tl, 2,& i Mall 1 & 2 1, 2, 3| 1 & 2 \& 2 1 CI. I 1 CI. 1 & 2| 1 1, 2, |I, 2, Mail UP TRAINS. IC.E. IC.E. CL Exp. Fast. Pari. Fast, CI. IIC.E. CI. Exp. ICE. Pari. CI. Exc.
June 30, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England