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The Right Hori. Lord RoMrriY, Patron.

The Right Hori. Lord RoMrriY, Patron.

The Right Hori. Lord Patron. Chandler, Prefidcnt. S. Gf. Mills, efq. M.D.Vicc-Pr. John Peirce, efq. Trcafurer. L'r. William Car cr, jlliam Lofrie, cfq. Rd. cfq. Truftees- S G. Mills,cfq-M.n.G rrenwich Mr. Pout, YalJen Mr. Ruffin, Chaiham Mr. La«.rcnce, tltlam Mr. Harris, Mr. G. P
July 22, 1800 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

IjL Persons who stand indeiited to the Estate and K|fects Mr. ROBERT BAX, late Deal, in the county of Kent, Blacksmith, deceased, are requested forthwith pay tludr respective debts to Messrs. May and Mercer, Solicitors, Deal, who r.re duly authorised to receive and give discharg
March 15, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
nor ice. THi: Creditors ot WILLIAM STAINES, of Reculver, in tiie v <>l. Keni, fanner and grazier, are requested to

nor ice. THi: Creditors ot WILLIAM STAINES, of Reculver, in tiie v <>l. Keni, fanner and grazier, are requested to

meet at die King's Head Inn, in die city of Canterbury, on Saturday, tile 16111 day’of March instant, at three o’clock in the utiemoon, to take into consideration the propriety «f the Assignees carrying on the farming and grazing business, at the risk of the Creditors, until Ali
March 15, 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

(Sittings in Banco, Term, before Mr. Justice Coleridge and Mr."Justice Erie.) V. ELWIX. tbis case sn action bad been brought a labourer against his former master, who was a farmer, to recover a sum of money due wages upon contract of hiring and service. The plaintiff had entered
March 7, 1848 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
* Passengers are not hooked the 8 o'clock express be. Peoahurst, Edenbridge, and Keigate, nor Fenshurst from the other stations.

* Passengers are not hooked the 8 o'clock express be. Peoahurst, Edenbridge, and Keigate, nor Fenshurst from the other stations.

New Cross.—Down Train, 735 am, Traiu 10 am, Down Train, am, 5 pin —Sunday Up Train, 10 8 am. 52 ptn. Forest Him.—Down Train, 743 am, 543 pm.—Up Train, 10 am, 947 Down Train, am, 643 pm. —Sunday Up Train. 10 2 am, pm. , Merstham.—Down Trnin, 8 18 am. 11 18 am, 2 18 pm, 18 pm.—Up
January 1, 1850 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TAKE NOTICE.

TAKE NOTICE.

A FIELDING’S New and Superb JEWEL, • LKRY ROOMS are now thrown OVEN the Public, with the most costly selection of JEWELLERY, &c., in th ‘■'VV. GEORGE'S STREET, CANTERBURY.
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
LOCAL AGENTS.

LOCAL AGENTS.

Maidstone-Craft, High-st. Fardon, Stoae-st. Milton—Sutton, King-st. Cluecnbro’ —Hall, Post-oflice. Rochester—Dunstall, 34, Highest Ditto—Birnabr, Star Hill. Ramsgate—Sawyer, Ilarbour-st. Hamper, High-street. Ditto -Stoc’-ibridge, Bath-place Rye—Barry, High-street Staplehurst -Uc
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
A NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY THE SCIENCE OF MEDICINE. Patent Office Sent of Great Britain, Biplome d' Ecole Pharmaeie Phanmcien

A NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY THE SCIENCE OF MEDICINE. Patent Office Sent of Great Britain, Biplome d' Ecole Pharmaeie Phanmcien

de Paris. Imperial College of Medicine, Vienna. May be consulted according to the Rules laid down in tho work “HUMAN FRAILTY,” sent free by Post Is., byJ. Allen, 20, Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row, London. The Patentee considers it necessary that every expedient should adopted to
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE POISONINGS AT BRADFORD. Charles Hodgson, chemist, was indicted, before Mr. Baron Watson, on Tuesday December 21, for the manslaughter

THE POISONINGS AT BRADFORD. Charles Hodgson, chemist, was indicted, before Mr. Baron Watson, on Tuesday December 21, for the manslaughter

of Elizabeth Mary Midgley, at Bradford on the 30th of October, by negligently selling arsenic, which was manufactured into lozengoe, instead of terra alba, of which lozenges the deceased partook. Mr. Price and Mr. Middleton prosecuted ; Mr. Campbell Foster appeared for the priso
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
There, he wee ing th® in consequenc would read to •go, showing price of diffen which he then ll|d 565.,

There, he wee ing th® in consequenc would read to •go, showing price of diffen which he then ll|d 565.,

pay £ p*y . 1 per cent. The w»s per cent, on Wt ((H . that East than Sussex, of the tax wa position—one sent time act) knew to signed seven (Hear, hear.) like these wei be free, and sound sense., only maintaii injustice coni it was levied and they wou equitable, sin optional wit
December 28, 1858 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England