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NEFSERYMEN’S PRIZES.

NEFSERYMEN’S PRIZES.

Plants.—Fuchsias, n, Messrs. Masters and Son ; 2nd, Mr. T. Bunvurd. Roses, single specimen, new or rare, Mr. T. Bunyard. Roses, 12, Mr. T. Bunvard. Stove or greenhouse, 24, Messrs. Masters and Son. Verbenas, 24, Messrs. Masters and Sun; 2nd, Mr. T. Bunvard. Extra—Messrs. Masters
September 21, 1858 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
KENT AND SUSSEX.

KENT AND SUSSEX.

Valuable Freehold Relates, near Tenter den and in Romney Marsh, consisting upwards of nineteen Hundred Acres of capital Arable, Feature, Marsh, Bop, and Wood Land, of the value of £3,600 per annum, offering first class Investments. Meaara. NOBTON, HOQOAET, & TBIST HAVE received
September 21, 1858 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
CUBE FOB OOBMS AMD BUMIOirg.

CUBE FOB OOBMS AMD BUMIOirg.

TRY FOSTER’S CHEMICAL CORN ui BUNION SOLVENT, the awt uft, me*., effectual remedy for Conn, Bunione, and Warti, a tie* baa been well tried, and in erary instance with nnpnea> dented ■oaecea. hat the Proprietor, A. J. Poem, Cbaaiit, Chatham, tent free receipt of airhtaea *52 TSE
September 21, 1858 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
WEDNESDAY

WEDNESDAY

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—According with the arrangement made on Tuesday evening, the business of the house was confined solely the presentation petitions. Among them were two Mr. Duncomhe, which deserve notice, one curiosity, and the second exhibiting the impoverished condition of a va
May 19, 1840 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
TO LET, FURNISHED,

TO LET, FURNISHED,

BEAUTIFULLY sitnated on tne Gardens lately occupied by Mr. Epps, capital 8-roomed HOUSE, with ioullery. For further particulars apply to Bamubl Dat, Auctioneer and Appraiser, 40, High-street, Maidstene. TO LET. FURNISHED, Portion of HOUSE, beautifully situate within 11 mile of M
July 9, 1861 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE SOUTH EASTERN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1861.

THE SOUTH EASTERN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1861.

BBCKLBT BBCTOBT, Hr. JAMES 0. VXD LEE HAS received instructions from tbe Executors **te Bay. William Olaister, Beekley, to offer PUBLIC AUCTION, Wednesday, 31st Jcit, and Tbuxsdat, Ist Auorrr. the whole of the valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, some choice old Port and Sherry of rare
July 9, 1861 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE NEW COMET.

THE NEW COMET.

The eomet which wee eeen for the firet time on week wee et firet eappoeed to he the greet comet of lose, which induced the Emperor Cbetlce T. to ebdicete, end which hee been expected eetronomere for thf**, * peet; but Mr. Hind, who eeleuieted the motion of uomet, hee written to
July 9, 1861 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
SOTEBMKSHT SEOVSITT LUX POUbt^M* Thb consols association^ 439, STRAND, LONDON. 1. Provide! the Security of Coneole for it* Polieiee. 2.

SOTEBMKSHT SEOVSITT LUX POUbt^M* Thb consols association^ 439, STRAND, LONDON. 1. Provide! the Security of Coneole for it* Polieiee. 2.

It lende, or returne to Imaren On Demand et toy tine, obout Oae-holf of oil proßiame Poid. Undoubted Security for Mboey with liberui Koto of Intereot. The Aieoeiotion poioomo Lorre Copitol, ■nbceribod by eceoril Hundred! of Shoroholden. Full Inforßotion moy be obtoined on opplie
July 9, 1861 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
The Union.—E. C. Tufnell, Esq , Government Inspector of Union Schools, visited the workhouse here on Thursday last, and left

The Union.—E. C. Tufnell, Esq , Government Inspector of Union Schools, visited the workhouse here on Thursday last, and left

the following reportl have this day examined the schools. The boys are ably and intelligently instructed by the master, and am glad to see the intro* duotion of drum and fife band. The girls are moderately well instructed by the mistress.** Sheep Stealing.— 'A few nights since a
February 5, 1861 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY CUBE OF A COUGH.

EXTRAORDINARY CUBE OF A COUGH.

following Letter has recently been ad- drmsed to Mr. Powell, from Wm. Boards, £iiq., on cxtensire agriculturist and laud agent, residing at Edmonton, Middlesex. Nightingale Hall, Edmonton, Dec. 10th. ** DEAR SIR,— I have recently suffered much from a most violent cough, proceedi
February 5, 1861 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England