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HOP INTELLIGENCE.

HOP INTELLIGENCE.

Borough, Jan. 13. —No alteration in our market during the past week. Last week’s prices fully supported. New Kent Bags £7 0 to 8 New Kent Pockets £7 7 to £8 8 New Goldings and East Kent .. £9 9 to £l2 12 New Sussex Pockets £7 to £8 8 MAIDSTONE PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday.— (Before E
January 14, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
CHEAP CIaOTHING AND ESTABLISHMENT, 298, HIGH STREET, CHATHAM, 31 4-27, King William-street, opposite the Monument, London. FISHER and CO. respectfully

CHEAP CIaOTHING AND ESTABLISHMENT, 298, HIGH STREET, CHATHAM, 31 4-27, King William-street, opposite the Monument, London. FISHER and CO. respectfully

call the attention of the Publicto their extensive Stock of WINTER CLOTHING which is now replete with every variety, consisting of Travelling Wrappers, 10s. Cel., 155., and I6s. Gd. Waterproof Beaver and Milled Cloth Codrington, Albert, and Chesterfield Coats, 215., 305., and 42
January 14, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
but, notwithstanding all his entreaties, prosecutor refused to tell him. On the following morning was told Jack Fuller was the

but, notwithstanding all his entreaties, prosecutor refused to tell him. On the following morning was told Jack Fuller was the

party who robbed Bob last night,” and he immediately went to the prisoner and told him that he answered the description of the person who robbed Bub, and asked him if had any objection to with him to a public-house and wait till Bob came? Prisoner said he had no objection. When
January 14, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BISHOP PHILPOTTS UNVEILED.

BISHOP PHILPOTTS UNVEILED.

The follow ins; extract, from a letter in the Times, describing the feeling which exists in the minds of the laity at Plymouth, and neighbouring towns, respecting the late pastoral letter the Bishop of Exeter, enjoining several obnoxious changes in the service of the church, —ap
January 14, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

Dec. 20, at Margate, the wife of J. H. Boys, Esq., solicitor, of a son. the 4lh inst., at Spring-cottape, Tunbridge Wells, the wife of Mr. James M. Uiebardson. of daughter. Jan. 7, at Orduance-piace, Chatham, Mrs. William Willis, of dnughtcr. m. 8, Chatham, Mrs. Richard Ashendcn
January 14, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

Brighton Corn, Jan. 9.—White wheat, £ll 10s. to £l* Ids.; red, £ll os. to £1155.; oats, 235. to 245.; barley, Sis. to 385.; beans, 355. to 405. ; peas, 345. to 3(is. Cranerook Corn, Jan. B.—Wheat, new white, 435. to 485.; do. old red, 375. to 455.; barley, 20s. to 355.; oats, 18
January 14, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
IXPaaiAL Averages.

IXPaaiAL Averages.

Averages. Weeksending Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas. Nov. 45 4..35 1..20 8..32 2..38 0..35 II 26 45 2..34 9..20 10..31 2..37 5..30 4 Dec. 5 45 1..34 5..21 11..32 0..3G 9..30 1 3..34 2..21 10..32 0..35 11..35 4 45 6..34 3..20 10..31 9..35 7..35 5 45 8..34 2..21 10..33 9..3
January 14, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THOMAS GOODWIN,

THOMAS GOODWIN,

PIANOFORTE AND ORGAN REPOSITORY, 24, MARSH STREET, MAIDSTONE, TAKES this opportunity of returning his sincere thanks to his numerous Friends, and the Public generally, for their patronage during the last twelve years, and begs to inform them that be has a collection of choice in
December 21, 1852 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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December 21, 1852 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Class 7.—Roots.

Class 7.—Roots.

No. 30.—Turnips Sweedish.—lst prize of £1 10s. to Mr. Frederick Murton. Smeeth.—2nd prize of £1 to Mr. Abbott, Aylesford. No. 27.—Turnips, lest twelve white round.—Prize of £1 to Mr. Samuel Rutley, Wrotham. No. 38.—Turnips, tost twelve green round.—Prize of £1 to Mr. Samuel Rutl
December 21, 1852 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England