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County Intelligence.

County Intelligence.

A DISPUTED FA VALUATION. special sitting of the the County Court was held few days since, for hearing of tho cause •'Crow v. Beet and Charles Buss." The plaintiff claimed to have over-paid in his valuation ; and sued Dr. Beet, ho a physician at Ashl'ord, and Mr. Buss, who a fann
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The following claims especial attention :—"To ascertain if tea free from artificially coloured leaves is to obtained I visited the

The following claims especial attention :—"To ascertain if tea free from artificially coloured leaves is to obtained I visited the

London Docks where Tea imported Messrs. Horuimau Co. is in bond under charge of Her Majesty's Customs. had chests from different cargoes opened, and took samples, which I have microscopically and chemically analysed. " These investigatigations enable me to assume that, the publi
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, from February 4th to February 11, 1864. I j I 3 •?„ P Weather. I j I j

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, from February 4th to February 11, 1864. I j I 3 •?„ P Weather. I j I j

« | I 30.35 Nighl' 31.5 i Fine. 5 ' 30.35 27 25.0 I 20 Snow,no clou 30.25 Niiriil 35 , 2<» 30.5 Nil. . ditto I 30.25 Day j2O 29.0 „ 1 Suow storm 30.10 Nitfiit 31.0 „ ditto 7 30. 5 Day 21 ! 25.5 „ ditto 30, Night 37 25 31.0 ~ ditto 29.90 Day 18 25.0 53 Slow thaw 29.88 Night 30 28
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
SELECTED POETRY. GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD MORNING. A child's song. A fair girl sat under tree, Sewing long her eyes

SELECTED POETRY. GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD MORNING. A child's song. A fair girl sat under tree, Sewing long her eyes

could sec : Then smoothed her work, and folded it right, And said, " Dear work ! ! go night!" Such number of rooks came over hep head, Crying * 4 Caw ! Caw !*' on their way to bed : She Raid, she watch 4*! their curious flight, 44 Little black things ! Good night! good night !"
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The Dover Express.

The Dover Express.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1860, Our last intelligence of the Chinese expedition left tho allied forces masters of Fehtang, and about to proceed thence against the Taku Forts, the scene of the disaster sustained the year before Admiral Hope and his squadron of gun boats. Later news
November 10, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Fashionable Intelligence.

Fashionable Intelligence.

ARRIVALS. Major Seel and family, 5, Esplanade. Miss Robinson, 3, Esplanade. Mr. and Mrs. Speddings and family, 29, Waterloo Crescent. Mrs. James and family, 25, Waterloo Crescent. Mr. and Mrs. Allison and family, 24, Waterloo Crescent. Mr. Collins and family, 21, Waterloo Cresce
November 10, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Epitome at County News.

Epitome at County News.

On Sunday man named Povey was passing along Market-street, Maidstone, when he fell over a heap of material, which was lying in the road, and broke his right thigh. The man received immediate attention at the West Kent Hospital. At the seat of B. Sicklemore, Esq., J. P., Cleva Co
July 27, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
ETsON', J. Al'ltHN'T.i, .AT to H.R.H. the PRINCK (IK WALKS. W, is. Old having constructed these magnificent premises, invites an

ETsON', J. Al'ltHN'T.i, .AT to H.R.H. the PRINCK (IK WALKS. W, is. Old having constructed these magnificent premises, invites an

inspection of artistic work*. BENSON'S, J. W., STEAM for CLOCKS and WATCHES, 58 and 60, Ludgatc Ilill. J. W., 99. Westbourn«-gro»e. JgENSON. J. W, 164, Tottenbam-court-road. EM SON, 1. W., MAKJSR of (he GOLD CASKET Drrsented by the City of London to H.&.H. the PRINCE OF WALBB. E
July 27, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Two Deaths from Sucking Common Matches.—"The two children of Mrs. Suitor, Ely Place, Stepney, died this morning from effects phosphorus

Two Deaths from Sucking Common Matches.—"The two children of Mrs. Suitor, Ely Place, Stepney, died this morning from effects phosphorus

taken into tho system. It appear* tlint the children, who were six years and nine months old, got possession some lucifer 'Hatches absence their mother, mid sucked the phosphorus off the ends. the return of the mother they wore once nut under medical treatment, but already menti
October 8, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
GREAT FAILURE IN THE HOP TRADE

GREAT FAILURE IN THE HOP TRADE

COURT BANKRUPTCY.— I Tuesday, sth OCTORKR. [Before Registrar Murray.] EVANS AND EVANS. The bankrupts, Robert Fercival Evans and John Car berry Evans, trailed in very extensive way Hop Merchants in 00-parte rahip, at George Yard, and No. 227, High street, South walk, in the count
October 8, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England