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DOVER TTNIOIT APPOINTMENT OF MASTER AND MATRON. Notice is hereby given, that the Guardians of the above Union will, aft

DOVER TTNIOIT APPOINTMENT OF MASTER AND MATRON. Notice is hereby given, that the Guardians of the above Union will, aft

meeting be held the BOARD ROOM of the WORKHOUSE, on FRIDAY, the 28th day of AUGUST, 1874, proceed the ELECTION of a MASTER and MATRON of the Union Workhouse. The Candidates must man and wife between the ages 25 and and without incumbrance, and they must fully competent keep Book
July 28, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
GEO WING CEOPS OF

GEO WING CEOPS OF

Wheat, Barley, Oats, Beans, Peas, and Veto bos. Together with the Straw, Chaff, and Colder. Messrs. PAHTHIO'HE and Co. Are instructed t,v G. Ku Esq., TO SELL Bt AUCTION, ON WEDNESDAY. JULY the 29tb, 1874. The capital Effects on the above Occupa ion, com prising— L.rvK STOCK rape
July 28, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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July 28, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CHEAP AND WELL-MADE BACKS

CHEAP AND WELL-MADE BACKS

■x w ~sr A- Sacking and Linen Manufactory, CASTLE STREET, CANTERBURY. MANUFACTURER of Corn and Flour Sacks. Hop Pocketing, Cocoa Nnt and Kentish Mattings Bed Sacking, Sail Cloth, Cbbtsss, Coal bags. Bagging, CORN SACKS HTRK. Nrrs, Bore, Links, and Twines ooutsetlr uls MilUrt' an
July 28, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
KENT AND CANTERBURY HOSPITAL.

KENT AND CANTERBURY HOSPITAL.

Admitted —In-patients 12 Out-patients 32 Discharged 12 36 Remaining the books ... 78 334 (18 overtime eases included. 1 ... - " j* Patients are admitted and Friday under Surgeon for Friday, July 31, Mr. Hutchings. Tuesday. August 4, Mr. Mr. Robert J. Bell, Dental Surgeon, attend
July 28, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
66 THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.”—See Deuteronomy, chap. XU., verse 23. World Famed Blood Mixture THE GEXAT BLOOD PUBIFIKK AND

66 THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.”—See Deuteronomy, chap. XU., verse 23. World Famed Blood Mixture THE GEXAT BLOOD PUBIFIKK AND

RXBTORXR, "CHIB CLEANSING and CLEARING the JJ BLOOD from ALL IMPUBITIES, cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scarry, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kinds it is never-failing and permanent core. Old Sorbs Curbs Sorbs Curbs Ulckratkd Sorb Laos Curbs Blackhbaxm, or on
July 28, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
fEntered at Stationers* Hall, 1840.] —Price la., enclosed, post paid from the author for 12 stamps. Manhood, a medical essay

fEntered at Stationers* Hall, 1840.] —Price la., enclosed, post paid from the author for 12 stamps. Manhood, a medical essay

on the functions and disorders of the reproductive organs in youth, manhood, and old age, with observations on the treatment AND CURE of Nervous Exhaustion, Physical Debility, Lowness of Spirits, Ac., being the result years’ successful practice. By J. CUKTIS, M.D., 15, ALBEMABLE
July 28, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HIGHWAY ROBBERY AND MURDER.

HIGHWAY ROBBERY AND MURDER.

BRIGHTON, Feb. 7. Early this morning tlie inhabitants of this town were thrown into the utmost consternation by the intelligence that Mr. Griffith, the well-known brewer of Brighton, had been waylaid on his road from Horsham to Brighton, most brutally murdered. The information r
February 13, 1849 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Great Fire in Aldgate.—Shortly after twelve o'clock Saturday morning a fire, involving destruction of property valued at some thousand pounds,

Great Fire in Aldgate.—Shortly after twelve o'clock Saturday morning a fire, involving destruction of property valued at some thousand pounds,

broke out upon the premises belonging to Mr. Dunkley, wholesale warehouseman, carrying on business at No. 15, High-street, Aldgate, within fewdoors of the Three Nuns' Inn. The work of destruction continued to defy the exertions of all present, and it was not until two o'clock th
February 13, 1849 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TWENTY GUINEAS BOUNTY.

TWENTY GUINEAS BOUNTY.

IN purfuanace of an Aft of Parliament, palled in the 35th year of the reign of his prefent Majefty, entitled, An Ait for ralfing certain number of men, in the feveral counties England, for the fervice of his Majefty’s. Navy the Churchwardens, and Overfeers of the Poor, of the pa
April 7, 1795 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England