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NOTES AND DIGRESSIONS.

NOTES AND DIGRESSIONS.

BT A BEITISII COLON" IST. No. X. §—HIGH CHURCH, LOW CHURCH, SLOW CHURCH, AND NO CHURCH. Mr. Canticle, mentioned in last note ass. most important personage in the local affairs of Shuttlebury, was a character of sort who in one guise or another exercise an enormous influence over
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
tjjr (Bhitor. —«— TIIE CALAMITY AT SANTIAGO. TO THE EDITOK THE " DOVER EXPItESS." Sir, —In your number cf last

tjjr (Bhitor. —«— TIIE CALAMITY AT SANTIAGO. TO THE EDITOK THE " DOVER EXPItESS." Sir, —In your number cf last

week there appeared an account of the disastrous calamity Santiago. I hope you will be kind e.nough publish in your next, the euclose-d account that awful event. I enclose my card, and remain, Sir, Your obedient Servant, AUDI ALTERAM PARTEM. Dover, 11th February, 1864. THE FIRE
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
EAST KENT REGISTRATION.

EAST KENT REGISTRATION.

J. D. Chambers, Esq., the Barrister appointed to revise the lists for this division tho County, resumed his sitting at Whitstable, on Friday last, for the Parishes Heme, Rec.ulver, Seasalter, Swaleeliffo, and Whitstable. Tho Liberals represented as at all other courts by Mr. J.
October 8, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
WITH THE HOP-PICKERS.

WITH THE HOP-PICKERS.

[From tho Doily News.] Ilop-pickiiig is like travelling tho Continent staying at the sea-side —witli.a difference. It is the annual jaunt, the periodical holiday of thousands who look forward to this break iu their hard lives all through the year, and who enjoy change and gain h
October 8, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The recent elections in the United States having resulted in the signal triumph of the Republican candidates, efforts, it is

The recent elections in the United States having resulted in the signal triumph of the Republican candidates, efforts, it is

said, are to be made to effect a reconciliation between the President and the Congress. Every friend of the Union must hope that these attempts will be successful. Mr. Johnson receives credit for great deal of dogged obstinacy and self-will; but we cannot readily believe that, n
November 30, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
our London Correspondent.) London, Thursday. The debenture-holders of the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway had a rather stormy gathering at

our London Correspondent.) London, Thursday. The debenture-holders of the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway had a rather stormy gathering at

the Victoria Station the other day. Poor Lord Harris, who presided, had not a very easy time of it, all the influence of his character and position failing to overawe these unruly spirits, who were almost as disorderly— and that is saying a good deal—as assemblage of incensed, b
November 30, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
largest choice of GOLD CHAINS and ALBERTS of the newest Designs, V from £10 to £1 55., AT J. BACON'S,

largest choice of GOLD CHAINS and ALBERTS of the newest Designs, V from £10 to £1 55., AT J. BACON'S,

MARKET SQUARE, DOVER. The LADIES' VICTORIA CHAIN, now so very Fashionable, in bright and coloured Gold, from £6 6s. to £ I 10»., AT J. BACON'S, MARKET SQUARE, DOVER. MINIATURE FIELD GLASSES, with Micro-Photos, representing Views of Dover, AT ,T. BACON'S, PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER, M
November 30, 1866 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER LOCAL BOARD.

DOVER LOCAL BOARD.

Tho usual weekly mooting of tin's Board hold yesterday was attended by the following gentlemen The Mayor; Aldermen Keen and Norwood ; and , Councillor* T. RobiiiHon, Ayers, Ifrown, Stiff, Claris, | Larkins, Mackenzie, Stone, Gravener, Barter, Clark, and Mowll. rORTERS. Tho Maste
October 8, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The Con-temporary Review.—Professor Bonamy Price contributes to the October number the Contemporary article on "Catholicity." Everyone interested the present aspect

The Con-temporary Review.—Professor Bonamy Price contributes to the October number the Contemporary article on "Catholicity." Everyone interested the present aspect

of affairs should read it. Its tone may gathered from the following- extract:—" What is good and true flourishes nowhere with so much abiding vigour as on the soil perfect and equal freedom. is something even in a mere form which, if untainted with arrogant pretension, wins and
October 8, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Shooting Season, 1564. —Tin lut September L-> arrived, and with it the Shooting Sewn. Mw" and Auatcn, Bench Street, have

Shooting Season, 1564. —Tin lut September L-> arrived, and with it the Shooting Sewn. Mw" and Auatcn, Bench Street, have

introduc.d t>f first time irv-Dover, for a Matin:" - afcontiajr KUit« which i« warrmntcd waterproof, * ctl well. Mil not to tear, at 1U«. the suit complete. News the I'alace.—Thelloyal fcnaiit'" now using Diamosii Dlack Lead. J 1 lact mutt prove to all that it i» Iter than anv k
September 10, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England