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DOVER WORKING MAN S REFORM ASSOCIATION. THE Monthly Meeting of the Association will be held at the WELLINGTON HALL;-on MONDAY

DOVER WORKING MAN S REFORM ASSOCIATION. THE Monthly Meeting of the Association will be held at the WELLINGTON HALL;-on MONDAY

Evening Next. October 3rd, 1859. Entrance NORTHAMPTON QUAY. Subject for Discussion—"ls our Town Council present constituted worthy the support of this Society ?" tig- Chair to be taken at Eight o'clock. K B. lOGLESDEN, Chairman. NEW STOCK FOR PRESENTS, &c. BEADS, Bugles, Embroid
October 1, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
To Correspondents, &c. The letter* of "A Wocld-be Rifleman if not too Old," arriee* too lit ft for insertion ;

To Correspondents, &c. The letter* of "A Wocld-be Rifleman if not too Old," arriee* too lit ft for insertion ;

but his will not hare lott their value by being deferred till our next number, in which his letter shall appear.
June 4, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Dover * Weekly Report, j 21st Jum-, tSod. Out , : Tot *1 yinilxT #f Out P»t>cuts the b00k5...» »•»

Dover * Weekly Report, j 21st Jum-, tSod. Out , : Tot *1 yinilxT #f Out P»t>cuts the b00k5...» »•»

1m diw-burgvd iVimittfid Total Number the I Dinl Comities attended during IL. C SI'LLIYAX, Bcfcident Medical Offftr.
July 9, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
ESTABLISHED IN 1835. 36, ST. JAMES'S STREET, DOVER. THOMAS GROCER, TEA DEALER, AND CHEESE-MONGER, Begs respectfully to inform the Inhabitants

ESTABLISHED IN 1835. 36, ST. JAMES'S STREET, DOVER. THOMAS GROCER, TEA DEALER, AND CHEESE-MONGER, Begs respectfully to inform the Inhabitants

of Dover and its vicinity that he has taken the Business of his father, Mr. J. R. Elwin, and trusts that no effort on his part will he found wanting to supply articles at prices which those who honour him with their support cannot fail to appreciate. ESTABLISHED IN 1836. WATERLO
February 5, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.

DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.

The August quarterly meeting of tho Town Council was held on Tuesday last at the Sessions House, when there were present the deputy mayor (Mr. Ottaway); Aldermen Latham, Pound, Wood, and Chalk; and Councillors Peirce, Uaskin, Freoman, Clark, Stockwell, Walter, Duke, Baker, Terry
August 6, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
(Bbitnr. CHEAP CONTINENTAL EXCURSIONS. TO THE KltlTOll OF THE " DOVER EXPRESS." Sir, almost consider it my duty, on my

(Bbitnr. CHEAP CONTINENTAL EXCURSIONS. TO THE KltlTOll OF THE " DOVER EXPRESS." Sir, almost consider it my duty, on my

return from a continental trip, ti advert to the excellent arrangements of the South Eastern Railway Company, yet the season passing away, and but few have availed themselves of the advantages they offer. Suppose any person to have twenty pouuds at their disposal, the fare, seco
September 17, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH— MANAGING COMMITTEE.

DOVER LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH— MANAGING COMMITTEE.

The weekly meeting of the Managing' Committee of the Local Board of Health, held on Thursday evening List, was attended by the following gentlemen The Mayor; and Councillors Gaskin, Ottawav, "Walter, llobinson, i Clark, Sims, and Baker. CONTINENTAL TRAFFIC. Mr. Griggs, the Maste
May 21, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Paris correspondent of the Aord says : Emperor Napoleon, few flays before he left Paris, addressed letter to Queen Victoria

Paris correspondent of the Aord says : Emperor Napoleon, few flays before he left Paris, addressed letter to Queen Victoria

announcing Lis approiiching depart ure, and repeating his promise tike no Btep during the war that might compromise the interests of England or the general _ security of Europe. Prince Albert, replying to this letter, in the name of Her Majesty, declared that the English Governm
May 21, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
FOR FAMILY ARMS END Name and County to the Heraldic Office. Sketch 2s. 6<1., in Heraldic Colours ss. Crest on

FOR FAMILY ARMS END Name and County to the Heraldic Office. Sketch 2s. 6<1., in Heraldic Colours ss. Crest on

Signet King Seal Bs., Steel Die 7s- Arms, Crest, and Motto Seal, Die, or Book-plate 255. Official Seals, Presses, Diploma, Share, and Card Plates in Mediaeval or Modern Styles. Lever Press and Crest Die or Name and Address, 21s. SOLID GOLD 18 CARAT Sakdonyx or Blood- ItING, Engr
December 3, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY, supplying Soup the Poor.—The J? Subscribers and Friends of this Society are requested at the Old Town

DOVER PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY, supplying Soup the Poor.—The J? Subscribers and Friends of this Society are requested at the Old Town

Hall, MONDAY, December sth, Two o'cl<fck, to appoint Committee and make arrangeaients for the ensuing Season. STERIKER FINN 18, Nov. 1859. Chairman. HENRY BRANFORD, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, PAiNTER, PAPER-IIANGER, AND GAS FITTER, BEGS respectfully to return thank* to his Friends for th
December 3, 1859 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England