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Dover Hospital & Dispejtsaby.—Weekly Report ending September 10th, 1861:— Out Patients discharged Admitted 1' Total nnmber of Out Patients on

Dover Hospital & Dispejtsaby.—Weekly Report ending September 10th, 1861:— Out Patients discharged Admitted 1' Total nnmber of Out Patients on

the Books .. In Patients discharged ' Admitted Total Number in the House o Died ' 0 Casualties attended to during the Week R. C. S. BTOCKER, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., Resident Medical
September 14, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
LONDON, CHATHAM, & DOVER ZR,A.i:L"W^A.Y_ OPENING TO LONDON. The Direct and most convenient Route for the West End, Inns of

LONDON, CHATHAM, & DOVER ZR,A.i:L"W^A.Y_ OPENING TO LONDON. The Direct and most convenient Route for the West End, Inns of

Court, The Temple, The Houses of Parliament, The Clubs, The Public Exhibitions, The Great Western, Great Northern, South Western, & London & North Western Railways. ALL TRAINS STOP AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE. Notice is Hereby Given, that this Railway is Opened throughout to London. T
September 14, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.—WATCH COMMITTEE.

DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.—WATCH COMMITTEE.

A special meeting of the Watch Committee was held at the Old Town Hall on Tuesday last to take into consideration the alleged insubordinate conduct of one of the police constables (John Goddard) ap- pointed at tho recent augmentation of the force, i The Mayor was the chair, and
March 23, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
"Gloss any General drftxs."—How often have to admire the ingenuity of the Chinese who excel in the * Tinsel' arts—but

"Gloss any General drftxs."—How often have to admire the ingenuity of the Chinese who excel in the * Tinsel' arts—but

we ull object to the adaptation of the beautifying process article of diet. is » wellknown fact tnat while the Chinese drink Pure Tea themselves, they apply powdered colour the great bulk that sent to England, this is done to increase their proJU at the consumer'# expense* for b
March 23, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE DOVER EXPRESS And East Kent Intelligencer, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRICE ONE PENNY. EDITION DESPATCHED BY FRIDAY NIGHT S

THE DOVER EXPRESS And East Kent Intelligencer, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, PRICE ONE PENNY. EDITION DESPATCHED BY FRIDAY NIGHT S

POST. This Journal, from it* large Circulation, is most d Mir able medium for Advertisements; the groat care upon it* management rendering it favourite paper with visitor* and the more influuntial classes the ; resident population. One the distinguishing feature* of the Dover Ex
March 23, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DREADFUL LOSSES IN THE ??? WRECKS ON THE GOODWIN.

DREADFUL LOSSES IN THE ??? WRECKS ON THE GOODWIN.

The Dew year was ushered truly dis-1 a?trous weather. A heavy gale set in on Monday | from the south-west and north-west, with rain | and sleet, and continued with unabated fury until Wednesday morning, oecas oning serious destruc- tion among the shipping in the Channel and on o
January 5, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

DOVER CORN MARKET. Quantities and Pries of British Com s««.ld :n this Mark* during th»; week ending Saturday lust. Wheat 251 bush. .. average £2 16« fid. Barley 32 qr.n. bush. .. average £1 11*. 6d. SANDWICH MARKET, Jan. 2. New white wheat to 6-3 Old beuns Old ditto 70 New white
January 5, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
BIRTHS. Recently, at 1, Wellesley Terrace, Dover, Mary, wife of Mr. J. Jewsbury, of danghter. August 27, at Becktohatn-place Kent,

BIRTHS. Recently, at 1, Wellesley Terrace, Dover, Mary, wife of Mr. J. Jewsbury, of danghter. August 27, at Becktohatn-place Kent,

the wife of Robert Henry Page, Esq , daughter. Recently at 8, Maison Place, Dover the wife of Mr. of a daughter. MARRIAGES. , Sept. 3, at the parish church, Brabourne, by the Rev. George Norwood, rector of Mersham, Thomas, eldest son of Mr. Robert Foat, of Brabourne, Charlotte A
September 7, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
London, Chatham, and Dover Railway.

London, Chatham, and Dover Railway.

to CANTKftBCKY.) All Trains Ist, 2nd, &3m CI. Week Days.—Trains Imvo Loudon Bridge (North Kent Station) at 7.30 a.m., 11.0 a.m., 12.20 p.m.. 1.60 p.m., 5.0 p.m., 6.5 p.m., and 7.45 ii.m.; lleturnlnir from Canterbury at 7-57a.r0., 10.5 a.m., 1.0p.in., 2.g5p.ui., rt.3op.m., and 7-
January 26, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Dip Candles, to Burn without PALMER CO.'s Victoria Snuffless Dips, manufactured of improved materials, good colour, free from smell, may

Dip Candles, to Burn without PALMER CO.'s Victoria Snuffless Dips, manufactured of improved materials, good colour, free from smell, may

be carried without guttering. Sold all Grocers and Candle Dealers, an 1 wholesale by ani» Co., the Patentee*, Sutton Street, Clerkenwell, London. E.C. MABTESON'3 WASHING PASTE, INSTEAD OF SODA. you would wash your clothes in half the usual time, and far less trouble and expense,
January 26, 1861 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England