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PHONOTYPY IN THE UNITED STATES.

PHONOTYPY IN THE UNITED STATES.

From a report agreed to by the House of Representatives, Massachusetts, we derive the following information. The report sets out with stating that under the phonetic system " children evince a much greater attachment to their books and learn with comparative ease." It then proce
10 July 1852 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
A MARRIAGE IN MOUNT LEBANON.

A MARRIAGE IN MOUNT LEBANON.

The same rules hold good amongst the poor as amongst the nobility with regard to the choice of brides. No young man can marry out of the immediate range of his relations, so long as there arc any single girls in the family ; and a deviation from this rule is so fiercely resented
13 August 1853 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
STATISTICS OF EMIGRATION.

STATISTICS OF EMIGRATION.

One of the most important and interesting subjects of the present day is undoubtedly that of emigration. It is interesting to olw.rvo from what unexpected elements unp,:pc,,Led results of the utmost importance follow. Who could have imagined that the potato disease should have,
13 August 1853 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
HOME CIRC UI T.-CROYDON.

HOME CIRC UI T.-CROYDON.

ATKINSON V. BALDWIN.—This was an action for seduction, and was tried before the Chief Baron and a special jury. The plaintiff was Mr. Atkinson, solicitor, of Peterborough; the defendant, Mr. Barry Baldwin, formerly member for Totnes. The allegations were, that Mr. Baldwin had ta
13 August 1853 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
YESTLRDAI.

YESTLRDAI.

Up tc our market this week, coastwise, the receipts of English wheat have exceeded 3,000 quarters, but those by land carriage and sample have been very moderate. The show of wheat of home produce on offer today was seasonably good. As the attendance of both town and country mill
12 January 1850 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 

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SMITHFIELD-MONDA Y. The number of foreign stock in to-day's market was very limited. The arrivals of home-fed beasts were also

SMITHFIELD-MONDA Y. The number of foreign stock in to-day's market was very limited. The arrivals of home-fed beasts were also

very limited and of middling quality. Most of the beasts on offer were disposed of at about last week's quotations. With sheep we were tolerably well supplied ; the general quality was good at last week's prices. Prime small calves sold at last Monday's quotations ; otherwise th
12 January 1850 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
To the Building Fund.

To the Building Fund.

s d. Benjamin E. Winthrop, Esq., . . 0 0 Collections on the General Thanksgiving Day .. 263 6 10 The Mayor The 13... v. John Prickle . . . . 50 0 0 •Williarn II Pd.:,11, Esq. . . . .............. ~. 25 0 0 Ed.ward Knocker, Esq. 25 0 0 Wages for Thanksgiving Day (Mr. Poole's work
12 January 1850 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
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12 January 1850 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
COiZONER s INQUESTS.

COiZONER s INQUESTS.

On Monday evoning at 7 o'clock, a jury were empannelled befo - re G. T. Thompson, Esq., Coroner tor the Borough, at the Flying Hot se Inn, to investigate the eirennistance, attending the death of Thomas Frazer, aged years. who died suddenly on the morning of the previous day. 'I
12 January 1850 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
Opiniong of prtso. BANQUET TO THE AMERICAN MINISTER. (From the Toms.) The same impression of the Times which presented to

Opiniong of prtso. BANQUET TO THE AMERICAN MINISTER. (From the Toms.) The same impression of the Times which presented to

the public a report of the menacing debate in the American Senate on the relations between Great Britain and the United States, brought to this bane an ample antidote in the report of the speeches made at the dinner given by the American Chamber of Commerce, at Liverpool, to the
15 January 1853 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England