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The Prussians will find quite refreshing in these days of threatened war to learn the effect produced the Chassepot projectile.

The Prussians will find quite refreshing in these days of threatened war to learn the effect produced the Chassepot projectile.

Dr. Sarazin, of Strasburg, has made some experiments on corpse at close quarters, with the following results: Ist, the diameter ,of tha orifice made by the bullet entesang the body not larger than thafroF neprojectile; 2nd, the diameter of the orifice which the bullet leaves the
October 12, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE of Tuesday, Oct. 8.

From the LONDON GAZETTE of Tuesday, Oct. 8.

BANS-BUM'S. [At the Court of Bankruptcy, BannghaiUtreet. Thomas Spencer, Wrotham, Sent, late farmer and hopgrower, Oct. 23, at 11. '- [In the Country.] John Steele, Week-street, Maidstone, cooper, Oct, 19, 12, County Court, Maidstone. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. John and John Charles
October 12, 1867 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
Dover.

Dover.

The New Coram. Chamber.—The tenders lor furnishingr the New Council Chamber, opened the Sub-Committee on Thursday, were as follows: —Flashman and Co., Barker aad Son. ss. 6d.: Perm Brothers, £295. The tender of Messrs. and Co., was accepted. C bauble Hill.—The Itevsr and Barham
April 4, 1868 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
HERNE BAY.

HERNE BAY.

Vestry Meeting.—A meeting; the ratepayers in vestry was held at the Town Hall on Friday, for v purpose of considering the propriety of stopping certain footpath in a field belonging E. E. Collard, Esq., leading from East-street, Herne Bay, into the turnpike road leading to Herne
April 4, 1868 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
PARIS EXBIHITION.

PARIS EXBIHITION.

MEDAL*. CUEJOUB The following appeared th* Mark Lome Express, Monday:— a I It wfll remembered that the dispute between two firms was referred to Mr. W. Fairbairn, who just named the subjoined decision :— Whereas a letter, which following copy, was addressed to me the undersigned
April 4, 1868 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
A Last Onnanre ana Jbwxls nr or a Bank Call.—Amongst the applications for the compromise of calls made upon the

A Last Onnanre ana Jbwxls nr or a Bank Call.—Amongst the applications for the compromise of calls made upon the

shareholders of the Bank of Liverpool oa Wedaaaday last, before Mr. Buckley, the chief clerk cf Vice-Chancellor Malms, was that of lady shareholder, of Liverpool, who wished oompromiae her liability discharge of 1,000 original shares of j6lO each, surrendering the liquidators th
April 4, 1868 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

GENERAL AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOE JANUARY. Although the imports of foreign and colonial produce hare been on extensive scale for the time of year, and although the stocks grain and flour warehouse have increased, the wheat trade has been tolerably firm dnring the last month, and t
February 8, 1868 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES DEATHS. All notices most bo properly authenticated, they will not be inserted. BIRTH'S. Canterbury—On the 3rd instant, Canterbnry,

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES DEATHS. All notices most bo properly authenticated, they will not be inserted. BIRTH'S. Canterbury—On the 3rd instant, Canterbnry,

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES DEATHS. All notices most bo properly authenticated, they will not be inserted. BIRTH'S. Canterbury—On the 3rd instant, Canterbnry, the wife Herbert Tritton Sankey, Esq., daughter. Jan. at Melbourne- terrace, Mrs. Herbert Beer, of a danghter. Feb. 2, St. Peter's,
February 8, 1868 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
(Prom the Kentish Observer.)

(Prom the Kentish Observer.)

Cantsbbubt Election.—The miserable contest with which the of Mr. Butlerr Johnstone will be henceforth associated is, we are thankful to say, fast drawing to a close. We can scarcely remember political struggle more utterly distasteful to the majority of those whose duty it bas b
November 14, 1868 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England
 
severe thunderstorm visited Henley-on-Thames on Sunday morning. The lightning struck one of the turrets of the parish church, causing it

severe thunderstorm visited Henley-on-Thames on Sunday morning. The lightning struck one of the turrets of the parish church, causing it

to fall with great force upon the roof. The stones broke through in every direction damaging several of the pews, and the Sunday services had to be held elsewhere. Fortunately a wire used to signal to the ringers attracted the lightning, which ran down it, twisting it and partia
October 3, 1868 - Whitstable Times and Herne Bay Herald - Whitstable, Kent, England