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(From our London Correspondent.) The spirit of Christmas has swayed London for the past week, and business has, for the

(From our London Correspondent.) The spirit of Christmas has swayed London for the past week, and business has, for the

most part, given place to festivity. The great anniversary falling this year upon Sunday—a day on which English ideas rightly forbid the indulgence of the merry-making vein—most folks deferred its celebration, in the strictly mundane sense, till what, by a curious misnomer, is s
December 31, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE WAR IN AMERICA.

THE WAR IN AMERICA.

We have by the China news from New York to the inst. The chief interest is respects the position of Sherman. By the latest accounts, which, however, are not quite positive, he was within live miles of Savannah, battle array, with large Confederate force before him. doubtful ruui
December 31, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
W. J. TERRY, PLUMBER, PAINTER, GLAZIER, &c. A New Stock of Paper-Hangings From the MANCHESTER Markets, from 3d. per Piece

W. J. TERRY, PLUMBER, PAINTER, GLAZIER, &c. A New Stock of Paper-Hangings From the MANCHESTER Markets, from 3d. per Piece

STROND STREET, DOVER. May be ! ' AND SON Jpholsterers Undertakers, 27, BIGGII STREET, villi are the Authorized Agents for Dover. WHEN YOU ASK FOR GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH, SEE THAT YOU GET IT. INFERIOR kinds ARE OFTEN SUBSTITUTED. It is Sold all Grocers, Chandlers, &c. WOTIIERSPO
February 17, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LONDON, CHATHAM, AND DOVER RAILWAY COMPANY.

LONDON, CHATHAM, AND DOVER RAILWAY COMPANY.

The half-yearly meeting of the proprietors of the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway was held on Friday afternoon, at the Westminster Palace Hotel. Lord Sondes presided. The notice having been read by Mr. G. F. Holroyd, the secretary, it was agreed that the report should be take
September 6, 1862 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
County Intelligence.

County Intelligence.

CANTERBURY. Inspection or the City 1 Police. —On Saturday morning Captain Willis, Government Inspector, attended at the police-st&tioD, Stour Street, to inspect the Police Force. After the men had been paraded before him and he had made thorough examination of their equipments,
September 6, 1862 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
(From London Correspondent.) London, Thursday. It seems likely that we poor journalists shall soon at our wits' ends for topics

(From London Correspondent.) London, Thursday. It seems likely that we poor journalists shall soon at our wits' ends for topics

to dilate upon. Things seem at last really to have " done happening," the Americans say; and there is nothing in the way of great public events to ; write about except the Abyssinian expedition, and the congresses and conferences of all sorts that have lately been held or are no
September 20, 1867 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The Dover Express.

The Dover Express.

FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10, 1866. The Session which has just expired, the first of a new Parliamant, was characterised the outset by a display of that industry and zeal with which the novelty of their untried functions is calculated to inspire young legislators. Nothing indeed co
August 10, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
(From oub London Corbespondent.) London, Thursday. Parliament will be prorogued to-morrow, after an eventful session of seven months, or five

(From oub London Corbespondent.) London, Thursday. Parliament will be prorogued to-morrow, after an eventful session of seven months, or five

weeks longer than its immediate predecessor. But last year it was necessary to break up early, because it was resolved that the general election should be taken before the harvest. When the appeal to the country was made Lord Palmersten was still alive, and his name secured a po
August 10, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Visitors' List.

Visitors' List.

ARRIVALS. Mr. and Mrs. Turner, 5, Cambridge Terrace. Mrs. Day, 5, Cambridge Terrace. Messrs. Huxley, 5, Cambridge Terrace. Mr. Hoparth, o, Cambridge Terrace. Mrs. King, 10, Esplanade. Mrs. and the Misses Elarn, 12, Esplanade. Major and Mrs. Rogers and family, 12, Esplanade. Mrs.
August 10, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LONDON AND COUNTY BANKING COMPANY. ESTABLISHED Q. Subscribed Capital, £1,875,000, in 37,500 Shares of each. Paid-up Capital, £750,000, Reserve Fund,

LONDON AND COUNTY BANKING COMPANY. ESTABLISHED Q. Subscribed Capital, £1,875,000, in 37,500 Shares of each. Paid-up Capital, £750,000, Reserve Fund,

£250,000. DIRECTORS. ?O A H^EDMUN A D andkS&N COLE A^ URMKSTEB ' WILIUM CHAM/lOKNB!,' A BLYTI KB<l - HAKu'ISON, Esq. WIllIaM ' ' M&natrer—WlLLlAM M'KEVVAN, Esq. Chief Accountant—JAMES GRAY, Esq. Chief Inspector—W J. NORFOLK, Esq. Inspector of Branches—H. J. LEMON, Esq., &C. SIIE
August 10, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England