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RETURN OF WHEAT IN MARK-LANE.

RETURN OF WHEAT IN MARK-LANE.

RETURN OF WHEAT MARK-LANE. Including from Dec. to Dec. 10. 11.... 9f 93 01 .... 86 23 •• • • 0 1830 92 I 893 .... 85 6 .... O.j 91 0] 840 7 • ••• 99 0 1 •••• 152 • •». 83 376 •••• 96 89 181 109 95 88 .... 0 •••• ©04 ■•••• 88 0 ••••760 891 •••• 94 •••• 87 0 40 •••• And Quarters at
December 23, 1808 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ROCHESTER.

ROCHESTER.

Messrs. Burr and Son, surveyors of this city have obtained tbe appointment of surveyors for tbe new assessment of the Gravesend Union. Fatal AcctoaaT.—On Thursday Mr. James Lewis, corouer for the city of Rochester, held an inquisition the body ef William Dengate, in the employ o
March 14, 1848 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
AMSTERDAM, Sept. 17.

AMSTERDAM, Sept. 17.

Letters from Bruxelles, dated the 13th, bring accounts, that the Auftrian tionps are bombarding ; and that General Starcy, at the head ol ten thoufand men, had inverted Philiipville. Great Fire Slargardt, in PruJJta. On the 22<i of Auguft, about one o’clock the day-time, a fire
September 25, 1792 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE SUMMER RIDE OR PROMENADE. TPHE peculiar virtues of C. and A. OLD-L RIDUE'S BALM OF COLUMBIA, compbtoly remove the

THE SUMMER RIDE OR PROMENADE. TPHE peculiar virtues of C. and A. OLD-L RIDUE'S BALM OF COLUMBIA, compbtoly remove the

difficulty experienced ladies in preserving I heir ringlets exercise; its u-sc so invigorates the hair, that tresses previously the straightest and most destitute curl, rapidly icquire a vigour, which maintains in permanent ringlets tne liead-dress the most persevering votary of
October 20, 1857 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MILL FOR SALE.

MILL FOR SALE.

TO be Sold by Auflion, by chard Harman, the Rose Inn, Sittti.gboukn, Tuesday the day July, 1800, at four o’clock the afternoon, fubjeft to conditions as lhall b- then and there produced, unlefs in the mean time of by Private Contraft, of which notice fhall given in this paper, _
July 22, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FLOUR COMPANY BILL.

FLOUR COMPANY BILL.

Lord Stanhope moved, that a meflage he fent the Com. mons riquelt copy of their proceedings on the third reading nl this bill, which underlfood to have been attended with an irregulaiity, Aich as a member, being alfo a party concerned, having voted for if. Toe Lord Chancellor oh
July 22, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
IVY CHURCH. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Tiv AYERST and REEVE, ON MONDAY, the 18th March, 1816, the LIVE STOCK,

IVY CHURCH. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Tiv AYERST and REEVE, ON MONDAY, the 18th March, 1816, the LIVE STOCK,

I ARMING IMPLEMENTS, and part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Mr. William Lee, on the premises, at Ivychurck, (tor the benefit of the credit-irs ;) Consisting of four good draft horses, two useful ditto, three capital cows in call, waggon, two carts, wheel and foot ploughs drill mac
March 15, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
deal. be LET for a Ter m of Years, FURNISHED UNFURNISHED, IUQUfHED, Small gentocl HOUSE, recently built, and beautifully situated

deal. be LET for a Ter m of Years, FURNISHED UNFURNISHED, IUQUfHED, Small gentocl HOUSE, recently built, and beautifully situated

on the Turnpike Road, commanding extensive views of the French coast, Walmer, and the country round, Ike House i» fit fur a small genteel family, and is placed a very healthy situation, with a lawn and shrubbery in the front, with large garden the back part, walled in, and plant
March 15, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Ijr nil! fertile b«ft<r person of ipo!cftn mapartr. The N'nble Lord c-mered into a review ..f (he siunuions anil ch

Ijr nil! fertile b«ft<r person of ipo!cftn mapartr. The N'nble Lord c-mered into a review ..f (he siunuions anil ch

iracters Buonaparte filled and hnme, namelvi Frpnce. afterwards of F.llm, both of which had forfeited. The Lord said, lie would Mot now enter into parliculai detail iiiose (leads, bat put the present the in* nessity jeeurin? the person Buonapar'e, to secure the future peace Ot E
March 15, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE CHOLERA PREVENTIBLE.

THE CHOLERA PREVENTIBLE.

The Sanitary Commissioners' supplementary second report was presented on Wednesday. The following are the conclusions which they set forth upon tbeir last inquiries :— We now beg leave to submit the chief conclusions which appear to us to be deducible from the investigations we
March 7, 1848 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England