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Advice to Mothers.—Are you broken of your rest a sick child, suffering with the pain of cnttinp teeth ? Oo

Advice to Mothers.—Are you broken of your rest a sick child, suffering with the pain of cnttinp teeth ? Oo

at once to a chemist, and pet bottle of Mrs. Wins low's Soothing Syrup. It will relievp the poor sufferer immediately; it is perfectly harmless produces natural quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes "as bright. a* a button." It has been long
December 24, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER POSTAL REGULATIONS.

DOVER POSTAL REGULATIONS.

Inavp ft 'r"rT " ronv, ')' ,n «hfl nrniU from Dover »T*«7o ■I,rn . """ n, " K Vl ' very night atlo.lo, lor (Mend, every morning (except Sunday) at 9.85, and every night (exeept Sunday) 10.4. 1-liU Vffu-t Namng! Jla,,k and Government Life AuurbuntuM.—Tbeae department* are open fo
December 24, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, from 16th Doc . to 23rd Dec., 1869. i i '£ §"\ ' a Weather I § \

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, from 16th Doc . to 23rd Dec., 1869. i i '£ §"\ ' a Weather I § \

« I !_ 10 29-532 Day 42" 48- 1-lsl Wet 17 29-882 Night :«• .",0 44' I Fine 30-032 Day 40 I.V 42' 0 ditto 18 29-832 Night 38- .50- 4f -13 Wet 29-732 Day 51" ditto 19 29*68*2 Night 45* [54 * 49* 5 *35 Showery 29*432 Day 45- I.>o' 47' 5 ditto 20 29-882 Night 35* 40- 0 Fine 29-832 D
December 24, 1869 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
MRS. C. BALFOUR AT DOVER.

MRS. C. BALFOUR AT DOVER.

On Tuesday and Wednesday evenings this most polished au i graceful public lecturers delivered two of her interesting addresses ut the Apollonian llall, Dover—the tirst to the members of the Dover Philosophical Society and the second to those of the Working Man's Institute. Both
November 10, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER POLICE COURT.

DOVER POLICE COURT.

Monday.—[Before W. Cocke and G. F. Jennings, Esqs.l —George Philpott, a labourer employed at the lleights, was charged with obstructing the thoroughfare in Adrian Street on Saturday atternoon in a state of drunkenness. The constablo who had taken the defendant into custody said
November 10, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
O FURNISHED, a Bedroom, with J. the Sitting Room if required, in the iin mediate icinify of tho Heights and

O FURNISHED, a Bedroom, with J. the Sitting Room if required, in the iin mediate icinify of tho Heights and

Christ Churcl). Terms moderate. For Address apply at tho Dover Express Office. 'VO BE LET, Furnished or Unfurnished, J~ the most eligible Apartments of Residence in the Neighbourhood Christ Church. References given and required. Addresa X. Y., Express Office, Dover. ;— DOVOR HAE
November 10, 1860 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Delay of the South-Easier Mail Train.

Delay of the South-Easier Mail Train.

Delay the South-Easier Mail Train. —Yesterday (Friday) morning delay three quarters hour took place ia the arrival the mail train of the South-Eastern .Railway by mishap to the engine. injury, nor any inconvenience except that occasioned delay itself, attended the occurrence.
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE WAR IN AMERICA

THE WAR IN AMERICA

The Scotia has brought news from New York to the 27th of January. Various movements of the contending parties are reported. Thebombardment of t'liarl'ston was going with great activity. Most of the obstructions in the harbour are said to removed. General Ix>ngstreet, reinforced
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER POST DIRECTORY.

DOVER POST DIRECTORY.

Chief Office, Northampton Street. Postmaster, W Norwood, Esq. Receiving Houses.—Town wall Street H. Erith; East Cliff, J. Gibbons; Charlton, S. Wraigh (Money Order and Savings Bank Office} ; Buckland T. Gee; St. Margaret's-at-Cliti. H. B. Upton; Ring would, W. Culver; Walmer, St
February 13, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE CENSUS.

THE CENSUS.

Tables containing the first general results the Census England aud Wales for 1861 have just been published. They show that the population enumerated on the Bth of April last, in England and Wales and the islands in the British seas, amounted to 20,205,504. I'he portion the army,
June 15, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England