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COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, APRIL 16.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, APRIL 16.

['Sittings Banco, before the Lord Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Blackburn, Mr. Jualice Mellor, and Mr. Justice Shee.] EX TASTE THE HO3C. JAMES BTKO. This was an application on the part of the Hon. James Byng, Chairman of the South-Eastern Kailway Company, against a Mr. James Hamilt
April 23, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
COUNTY POLICE COURT.

COUNTY POLICE COURT.

WEDNESDAY —[Before S. Finnis, Esq.] Damaging the Government Butts. George Gibson, lad about 15, was charged with doing damage to the Government butts in South Foreland Meadow on the previous afternoon. A corporal of the 2nd Brigade Royal Artillery stated that great damage had be
April 23, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE SHIPWRECKED MARINERS' SOVIETY.

THE SHIPWRECKED MARINERS' SOVIETY.

There is Corporation in London known as the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society, to which we have often directed the attention of our readers, as perhaps more essentially deserving the support and sympathy of the public than any similar institution among us. It is a society of world-w
April 23, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
JAMES GILFILLAN, TAILOR AND DRAPER, 11, TOWNWALL STREET, DOVER. Ladies' Riding Habits and Liveries of every description ROBERT PEAKE, SURGEON-CHIROPODIST

JAMES GILFILLAN, TAILOR AND DRAPER, 11, TOWNWALL STREET, DOVER. Ladies' Riding Habits and Liveries of every description ROBERT PEAKE, SURGEON-CHIROPODIST

AND CHEMIST, 104, Sigh Street, Charlton, Dover. J. GREEN'S KATHAROPHYTIC OR VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS, • PURE FAMILY MEDICINE, free from any mercurial preparation, a fine and certain BLOOD PURIFIER; and neariy every case the ONLY MEDICINE EVER REQUIRED, either for child or adult
April 23, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE OLD GELAKTIC SHOW. 'Tis pleasant to look back upon Our childhood's happy hours, And note the things

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE OLD GELAKTIC SHOW. 'Tis pleasant to look back upon Our childhood's happy hours, And note the things

that gave us mirth And Ktrew'd our path with flowers And when the musing mind recals The things of long ago, Within its halo-light there comes The old Gelantic show. Its rude gaunt form at evening rearM Beside some busy street, A crowd of eager eyes were bent On its illumined sh
April 23, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
(Fkok oue London Cokrhspcindent.) London, Thursday. Parliament is now in full working order; that is to saj', the Peers amuse

(Fkok oue London Cokrhspcindent.) London, Thursday. Parliament is now in full working order; that is to saj', the Peers amuse

themselves in a sort dignified, languid way with public affairs for hour or two before dinner; while the Commons, taking their meals when they can, and always maintaining the magical " forty," who make a quorum, keep the work going till about midnight. The briskest part of the s
February 20, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Five members of each of the two Houses of Parliament are to report on the various schemes for introducing railways

Five members of each of the two Houses of Parliament are to report on the various schemes for introducing railways

into the heart of the metropolis. New Colonisation Scheme in New Zealand.—By the last advices from New Zealand, we learn that the land belonging to the insurgent natives is to be confiscated, and that about eight million acres are already considered to have been forfeited The Go
February 20, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
FOR SALE, PRICE £4, a sound, serviceable GRAND PIANOFORTE, by Broad wood. Apply to Mr. E. ELGAR, 4, Snargate Street,

FOR SALE, PRICE £4, a sound, serviceable GRAND PIANOFORTE, by Broad wood. Apply to Mr. E. ELGAR, 4, Snargate Street,

Dover. 1 DANCING. MISS LEONORA WILLIAMS, from London, Professor of DANCING, continues her Morning Classes at the WELLINGTON HALL; also, for the Indian Sceptre Exercises and Calisthenics. Private Lessons. Schools attended. Miss L. W. visits the surrounding Neighbourhood. Residenc
February 20, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
Xs very choice and strong, because it consists of valuabl* growth* «:!.> of rich essential properties. Is very moderate in

Xs very choice and strong, because it consists of valuabl* growth* «:!.> of rich essential properties. Is very moderate in

price, '-.'l3l because supplied divert from the Importer*, to save intermediate profit*, Is very wholesome to use, because not * faced' with usual powders. These very great advantages secure for thi* Tea general preference. Jlr ft 3s. 4d. 3s. Bd., 4a., fc4s.4d. lb. A U A* the Tr
September 24, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
irttrrs tljr (Eiiitor. THE lii:v*\v. YATE. TO TUB EDITOR THE 41 DOVEB EXPRESS." Sir, Ktitnour, with her thousand tongues, has

irttrrs tljr (Eiiitor. THE lii:v*\v. YATE. TO TUB EDITOR THE 41 DOVEB EXPRESS." Sir, Ktitnour, with her thousand tongues, has

recently very busy in giving out that am about very shortly to leave Dover. For upwards eighteen years have been here, endeavouring tb around ine. During that time every church, of every denomination, has changed its ministers—some of them again and again. There but one remainin
March 19, 1864 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England