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MR. F. M. ENNIS, the AMERICAN HERB DOCTER, in returning thanks for the Large amount of patronage he has received

MR. F. M. ENNIS, the AMERICAN HERB DOCTER, in returning thanks for the Large amount of patronage he has received

during the past Four Years, to state that continues to give ADVICE GRATIS, on all Diseases, at his Botanic Dispensary, 163, SNARGATE STREET, DOVER, Daily, from 10 till Four, and from 6 till 9. ' 'HE Poor Man's Dandelion Pills, for indi- gestion, Bilious Complaints, Pains in the
March 25, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER POST DIRECTORY.

DOVER POST DIRECTORY.

Chief Office, Northampton Street. Postmaster W Norwood, Esq. Receiving Mouses.—Townwall Street H. Erith; East Cliff, J. Gibbons; Charlton, S. Wmight (Money Order and Savings Bank Office) ; — Geddea ; St.Margaret's-at-Cliff, H. B Upton; Ring! would, W. Culver; Walmer, E. Stephens
August 5, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER HARBOUR REIfTS. ATTENDANCE will be given at the Council House, Dover, on WEDNESDAY, the 9th day of August, and

DOVER HARBOUR REIfTS. ATTENDANCE will be given at the Council House, Dover, on WEDNESDAY, the 9th day of August, and

the two following days, from, Ten till Three o'clock, to receive the Harbour Rents (arrears) due at Lady Day. ROWLAND REHS, Dover, 20th July, 1865. Receiver. RICHARD ELGAR, butche :e, 4, (Top of) Snargate Street, Dover. JT. ROSE, POULTERER, Pork Butcher, Licensed Dealer in Game,
August 5, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
The Late President Lincoln. —Mr. G. T. Amos' Street, has beautiful negative of the late illustrious President of the United

The Late President Lincoln. —Mr. G. T. Amos' Street, has beautiful negative of the late illustrious President of the United

States, of which can supply copies at 6d. each. Copies of the same can also be had of Mrs. Miles, Bookseller, Biggin Street. Mr. Amos also has a large number of carte-dc-i isiU views Dover, also at 6d. each. The public generally, and to Dover in particular, who desire to secure
August 12, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
General Epitome.

General Epitome.

enormous pike, measuring five feet in length, Wits caught the other day in the Loire at St. Paulen-Cormillon. its stomach were found a twobladed knife, small key, and the steel rings and tassels of purse. On Thursday afternoon, during one of several thunderstorms that passed ove
August 12, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER POST DIRECTORY

DOVER POST DIRECTORY

Chief Office, Northampton Street. I'ostmaster Norwood, Esq. Keeeivtny Houses.—Townwall Street H. Erith; East Cliff, J. Gibbous; Charlton, S. Wraight (Money Order and Savings bank Office); liucklajud St.Margaret's-aUClifl, li. Upton; Itingwould, W. Culver; Walmer, E. Stephenson (
August 12, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, from 3rd Aug. to 10th August, 1866. 5 Weather. I j rt 3 29.92 Day 57 51 54'

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, from 3rd Aug. to 10th August, 1866. 5 Weather. I j rt 3 29.92 Day 57 51 54'

-31 Wet 4 30. Night 56 49.5 52*75 -17 ditto 30.18 Day 61 53.2 57' 0 Fine 30.30 Night 60 46.5 53-25 0 ditto 30.30 Day 63,558.5! 61- 0 ditto 6 30.30 Night 62 49.5 ditto 30.20 Day 66 62 64. 0 ditto 7 30.10 Night 63. o 59 61-25 -06 Wet 30.10 Day 67 60 63* 0 ditto 8 30.15 Night 63 55
August 12, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT FREEMEN AND ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF DOVER. Gentlemen, return our sincere thanks those Freemen

TO THE WORTHY AND INDEPENDENT FREEMEN AND ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF DOVER. Gentlemen, return our sincere thanks those Freemen

and Electors who have recorded their Votes in our favour. We have good cause, and every Liberal Elector has done his best, but the influences brought against us have been sufficiently powerful to defeat us for the present We beg to thank our numerous and energetic Committee, for
July 15, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
[advertisement.] I do hereby acknowledge that in charging Mary Kinny with felony committed m dwelling house, I acted under error,

[advertisement.] I do hereby acknowledge that in charging Mary Kinny with felony committed m dwelling house, I acted under error,

and I beg most distinctly withdraw such charge, and apologise for any pain and inconvenience I may have caused her parents through my mistake. Dated this 3rd day ot July, 1865. Thomas Gadd. Witness William H. Payn, Solid tor, Dover.
July 15, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
MEETING OF CONSERVATIVES

MEETING OF CONSERVATIVES

MEETING CONSERVATIVES A meeting of Conservative freeholders was held ou Monday evening at the Apollonian Hall in support of Sir" Norton Knatchbull's candidature. Major Dickson, M.P., addressed the meeting in Sir Norton's behalf and Mr. J. G. Churchward moved the following resolut
July 22, 1865 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England