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CHURCH RATES,

CHURCH RATES,

Mr. Trelawny moved for a select committee to consider the law of church-rates, and the difference of practice in the assessment and levy of those rates. He reviewed the plans which had suggested for dealing with church-rates, which were, he observed, a galling tax, and onerous t
April 15, 1851 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
MEETING OF HOP PLANTERS.

MEETING OF HOP PLANTERS.

meeting of hop planters of the Weald of Kent and Sussex was held at the George Inn, Cranbrook, on Wednesday afteraooi last. A. Anderson, Esq., of Sherrenden, Horsemonden, was unanimously voted into the chair, on the motion of Tylden Smith, Esq., of Yinehall. There were about 200
April 15, 1851 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE FRIMLEY MURDERERS.

THE FRIMLEY MURDERERS.

On Sunday morning the Ecv. William Bowc, the chaplain of Horsemonger-lane Gaol, preached the condemned rermon the chapel of the prison. The Chaplain selected for his text the 12th verse of the 79th Psalm, “Let the sorrowful singing of the prisoners come before thee ; according t
April 15, 1851 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
(Sat_ easitru 6alette. sAruanAr, APRIL 7, 1877.

(Sat_ easitru 6alette. sAruanAr, APRIL 7, 1877.

It s = th - en 'rlie text of the Protocol, which with &mompa 'ring documents was laid on the table of the Ho ose on Thursday, proves to be of the character anti.Apated. It commences by declaring the dee.rability of maintaining European agreement, and records its opinion in favou
April 7, 1877 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
WEST KENT QUARTER SESSIONS.

WEST KENT QUARTER SESSIONS.

WEST KENT QUARTER The Spring session for the trial of prisoners from the western division of the county commenced at the Sessions House, Maidstone on Thursday, before J. G. Talbot. Esq.. M.P. Among the other justioes present were J. S. Hardy, M.P., A. C. Rameden, J. Stone- Wigg,
April 7, 1877 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE HONEY MARKET.

THE HONEY MARKET.

I The English Fande were better on Wednesday, and I on Thareday were again very steady daring the day- Consols were 961 to 1 for money and account, and New Three per Cents. and Reduced 951 to 1, till just at the aloes, when there was a rime of 1 all round, the last prices being
April 7, 1877 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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April 7, 1877 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
•- On—the inotion of Mr. Smith the question of advertising for outlaw schoolmistress was adjourned to nut week. __

•- On—the inotion of Mr. Smith the question of advertising for outlaw schoolmistress was adjourned to nut week. __

On — the inotion of Mr. Smith the question of advertising for outlaw schoolmistress was adjourned to nut week. __ The Mader reported that there 150 inmates hi the an of 420. the eorreepooding week of bust 7w; • te relieved during the week 89, it... the beØnaj. 2 of the hall-rier
April 7, 1877 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NOTICE. ALL PERSONS

NOTICE. ALL PERSONS

having claims upon the Estate of the la*e THOMAS PELT , Victualler, MAIDSTONE, are requested to meet at the TOWN ARMS, Monday Nkxt, Instant, One o’clock, to receive Slateinent his Affairs, and arrange upon the final disposal of the Assets. Maidstone. Sept. 18/ A, 1827. JOHN PIKE,
September 18, 1827 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
LE MELASOE. THING 811 BOS AND PATCHES.*’ Last week died Mr. G. Medhurst, of Denmark-st., Soho, the first projector of

LE MELASOE. THING 811 BOS AND PATCHES.*’ Last week died Mr. G. Medhurst, of Denmark-st., Soho, the first projector of

the plan for conveying carriages through tunnels steam. - _. . Skipper is walking 60 nnles a day, tor days, on the BagShol road. # . The crews of several ship-* arrived at Liverpool from Savannah and New Orleans, being annsnally sickly, the vessels have been placed under quarant
September 18, 1827 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England