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TO BE SOLD OR LET, HOUSE and BAKEHOUSE (extensive premises), situate in Market Street, Dover. Application to mado in the

TO BE SOLD OR LET, HOUSE and BAKEHOUSE (extensive premises), situate in Market Street, Dover. Application to mado in the

first instance, at tho Express Office. DOVER HARBOUR RENTS. ATTENDANCE will be given at the Coun cil House, Dover, on MONDAY, the 26th day of October, and the Two following Days, from Ten till Three o'clock, to the Harbour Rents. ROWLAND REES, Dover, 7th October, 1868. Receiver.
October 23, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
MISS CONOLLY, MILLINER, 80, HIGH STREET, to thank the Ladies and Public of Dover for their patronage since she left

MISS CONOLLY, MILLINER, 80, HIGH STREET, to thank the Ladies and Public of Dover for their patronage since she left

Mr. Bright's Establishment, Hastings, and hopes still to continue share of their support by studying the Newest Shapes and styles, wnich she has for the present Season. Especial study given to Elderly Ladies' Bonnet* and Caps. Apprentices Wanted.. October 7th, 1868. SEWING MACHI
October 23, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE MONTPELIF.R OF KENT. INSTITUTED 1829. LYME HOUSE SCHOOL, EYTHOKNE. Principal—Mr. Wllliam Outhwaite. Prospectuses and References on application. PUPILS prepared

THE MONTPELIF.R OF KENT. INSTITUTED 1829. LYME HOUSE SCHOOL, EYTHOKNE. Principal—Mr. Wllliam Outhwaite. Prospectuses and References on application. PUPILS prepared

for the active duttes of Commercial Life, and for the Middle-class Examinations, A PREPARATORY Class for Boys Eight Years Old and upwards. Prospectus, and references to clergymen and parents of pupils, forwarded on application. The Michaelmas Term Commences on Thursday, October
October 23, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
To Correspondents. 8n tbe i ° , cation, but an earnest of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected

To Correspondents. 8n tbe i ° , cation, but an earnest of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected

communication,. - Book., &C, for Review should forwarded tothe Editor Post. Tk ' r "pOfuible for the opinwns expretied
May 8, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE MURDER AT DOVER.

THE MURDER AT DOVER.

The public excitement occasioned by the murder Mr. E. A. Walshe, the esteemed station-master the Priory Station this town of the London, Chat ham and Dover Railway, has been of the most painful character throughout the week. The brief fact.- we were enabled give in our last week
May 8, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
A CARD

A CARD

Bekdizzt & Co. beg to offer their sincere and grateful thanks to the Nobility and Gentry, and their customers in general, for the patronage with which they have been liberally entrusted, since they started their political co-operalire store. No exertion shall be wanting to rende
May 8, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
A Uetikkm Working Mam. Abraham Horsley, formerly a wire drawer, but now an inmate of the Halifax Workhouse, aped aliont

A Uetikkm Working Mam. Abraham Horsley, formerly a wire drawer, but now an inmate of the Halifax Workhouse, aped aliont

WI yearn, was on Monday brought lieforc the liorough bench for refusing pick hair. He said had not worked for some tima, and would never work any more—he had done enough wan prison for six weeks. was sixteenth at'IKTMWf before the bench. The Haunted House at Kknbinoton.—With res
February 7, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.

DOVER TOWN COUNCIL.

The February quarterly meeting of the Town Council was held on Tuesday last, the following members being present: The Mayor (Joseph George Churchward, Ksq.); the Deputy Mayor (Councillor Norwood) Alderman Gangj ; Councillors Mummery, Peirce, Ayers, Parks, Birmingham, Fox, Mowll,
February 7, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
letters tlje $hifar. MISTAKEN CHARITY. TO THE EDITOR THE " DOVEH EXFRESS." Sir, —I can entirely confirm the statement of

letters tlje $hifar. MISTAKEN CHARITY. TO THE EDITOR THE " DOVEH EXFRESS." Sir, —I can entirely confirm the statement of

tbe Kev. A. Collett, for 1 am frequently noticing persons good income receiving coal and soup tickets. I can mention one man in particular, who never earns less than 345. per week, and frequently much more, yet has a coal ticket nearly every week besides church relief and privat
February 7, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England
 
(From our London Corhim*>ondent.) Tilt! Premier's manifesto, diited from Downing Street, of course, continues to occupy the greatest of attention

(From our London Corhim*>ondent.) Tilt! Premier's manifesto, diited from Downing Street, of course, continues to occupy the greatest of attention

given to home politics; and as it seems as much address the nation at large his oonstitucncy in Buckinghamshire, is, you may sure, read and criticised in much the same way as if it had been letter addressed to the Timet descriptive of the achievements and intentions of the gover
October 9, 1868 - Dover Express - Dover, Kent, England