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FEKEHOLD FARMS, WOODLAND, GAME PRESERVES, and TWO PUBLIC HOUSES near the Market Town of Anhford. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By

FEKEHOLD FARMS, WOODLAND, GAME PRESERVES, and TWO PUBLIC HOUSES near the Market Town of Anhford. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By

BAYLEY SON, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 7th, 1874, at Three o’clock precisely, At the SARACEN’S HEAD HOTEL, ASHFORD, 21 Lots, upwards of -A. E PASTURE, ARABLE, HOP, AND WOODLAND, Including “NEW HOUSE” and “THE GREEN” FARMS, in Shadoxhont; “GABLE HOOK,” in Great Chart and Bethersden; about
March 10, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
I; I, THE KENTISH GAZETTE, TUESDAY, MARCH 10,1874.

I; I, THE KENTISH GAZETTE, TUESDAY, MARCH 10,1874.

Another batch of rioters at the recent North Durham election has been sentenced to imprisonment for terms varying from four to six months. A telegram from Vienna announces that the Comte de Cham rd has arrived there in perfect health, and that the report of his illness is withou
March 10, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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.1230 809 59 83 Cinque Ports Eitles. m Ist (Hastings) 159 81 16 97 12 2nd (Bnmsgnte 100 48 14 < -j 3rd (Tenterden) ... 100 37 23 J „ (Hjihe) 100 6“ (Folksrtons) ... 100 64 3 x! (Margate) 100 75 8 l) Bth (Dover) 100 80 ?? ? 53 9th (Eye) 100 53 8 So 10th (New Bemney) 100 63 . - St
March 10, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FARM LANDS FOB SALE

FARM LANDS FOB SALE

UNITED STATES. THE BURLINGTON & MISSOURI RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY offers for Sale, at a low Price, Four, Six, or Ten Years' Credit, with interest favourable rates, and in quantities to suit purchasers, its Lands in the great Agricultural States of
March 10, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE ASHANTEE WAR.

THE ASHANTEE WAR.

REPORTED capture of the king. Tho Earl of Carnarvon has caused to be published tb'* following extract from private letter received , Thursday at the Colonial Office from Mr. Goldsworthy. second command under Captain Glover, ted lur Majesty’s ship “Victor Emanuel,” Cape Coast, Fe
March 10, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HAY. STRAW. AND CLOVER MARKETS. Thursday. March 5.

HAY. STRAW. AND CLOVER MARKETS. Thursday. March 5.

With a short supply on sale, trade at this market has been slow, and prices ruled as nnder:— Prime clover. 90s. to 100s.; inferior ditto. 00a. to 80s. Od.; prime meadow hay, 775. to 825.; inferior ditto, 50s. to 705.; and straw, 81s. to 89a. per load. BREAD. Tho prices of wheate
March 10, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
QUARTER SESSIONS.

QUARTER SESSIONS.

The Michaelmas Quarter Sessions were commenced Monday morning the Town Hull, before the Recorder, H. B. Poland. Esq. The Recorder baring briefly charged the Grand Jury, the business was proceeded with. Henry Peak ins Howard, 11, pleaded “guilty" embezzling the sum of 65., the pr
October 20, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Minster.

Minster.

Isn* o» Thanet —The weekly return pauperism for the week ending Thursday lost, showed that there were persons m the bodse against 324 ip the previous week, and ip the corresponding week in the previous year. Out relief had been given to 611 persons, at cost of £63. 88. Hid., as
October 20, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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October 20, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
228, PICCADILLY LONDON. WIDOW WELCH’S PILLS FOR FEMALE

228, PICCADILLY LONDON. WIDOW WELCH’S PILLS FOR FEMALE

MBS. SM3THERS, Qrand'daagbter to the Widow Welch, continue* to prepore this celebrated Mediems from the original and genuine Familj Its joat celebrity for all Female complaints has obtained for it most exteaaire and increasing demand. Purchasers should therefore attend to the fo
October 20, 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England