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v.v TO LET. INN ami POST-HOUSE, with extensive ami Stabling, now in lull trade, in piincijuil Market Town in tlii

v.v TO LET. INN ami POST-HOUSE, with extensive ami Stabling, now in lull trade, in piincijuil Market Town in tlii

Co^llllJ■. —Funder particulars may lie known a)iplviii£ to Mr. J. Mott, Auctioneer, »r post paid.
09 July 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Canterbury, July 9.

Canterbury, July 9.

London, Monday night. With some truth have mingled much inaccuracy in the to the state and consequences of private embarrassment Several bankers have been named, to-day considerably ihvotved in the present distresses, both in town and country, but very improperly, because tire r
09 July 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
lor the UNDEPJVTUTEtiS. SOLD AUCTION, ON the 15th instant, at one o’clock in the afternoon, the premises of Messrs. Goodwin,

lor the UNDEPJVTUTEtiS. SOLD AUCTION, ON the 15th instant, at one o’clock in the afternoon, the premises of Messrs. Goodwin,

Crnli g. Friend and aboul7s fathomsul 15-inch CABLE, of very good quality. Deal, 13th Sept. 1813.
14 September 1813 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
GEORGE GI’NNING, Chairman E. ROSS k ED BOTCHER EDM. BUCK ROB. GUNNING WM. RICH JOHN THUS, BAKES JOHN WOOD Ou

GEORGE GI’NNING, Chairman E. ROSS k ED BOTCHER EDM. BUCK ROB. GUNNING WM. RICH JOHN THUS, BAKES JOHN WOOD Ou

the January will be published, in 1 vol, demy Svo price Gs. Gd. in boards, IVTap of the various Missionary Stations in the Eastern Hem'uphere, and Wood Engravings, of Hratlion Manners and Suptrslitious, the MISSIONARY REGISTER for 1(516. London ; published by I« R. Seeley, 169,
24 December 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DR. FitEEMAN’S ITCH OINTMENT

DR. FitEEMAN’S ITCH OINTMENT

I* effectual remedy for the Itch a single application. The itmoceocy its composition and the certainty radical cure once dressing, have recommended it to the use of various Hospitals, and many of the Faculty. Oaly is. lij. per box, which is sufficient for ore person. Be careful
24 December 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
.T*>mes E.ts'cljesp, London, i» brokers—Tboioas Wheatley, l - ’inshury.»ireer, Finsbury* ’■quuie, London, oslritii leallier and lancy irimmiiip iiiiinu iaciur^r.—J'.lni Pawson

.T*>mes E.ts'cljesp, London, i» brokers—Tboioas Wheatley, l - ’inshury.»ireer, Finsbury* ’■quuie, London, oslritii leallier and lancy irimmiiip iiiiinu iaciur^r.—J'.lni Pawson

Knivsisle (and Janies Hills Manley. slreel, London, warehousemen;—•-Leonard Coiinijfin and Joint Lambert, Old Belhlem, London, inciclunl . U in. Laotteinami, Tower-liill, Loudon, merchant*—los. Cooper, Cqilton, Lincoln, Innse-dealiT—James Middle* hurst, Liverpool, Lanrasier, cor
24 December 1816 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
The Total Return of WHEAT sold in Marklane,- including only from Nor. 1, to Nov. 6, is 4,184 quarters. Average

The Total Return of WHEAT sold in Marklane,- including only from Nor. 1, to Nov. 6, is 4,184 quarters. Average

8) s. 10J J,—2s. lower than last return. The total Return of Fi.OUR, from the Cockot-Olfice, from Ocl. 30, to Nov. 5, is 13,491 Sacks.——Average, 79». Os, lower than last Return
16 November 1813 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MARSH LAND. TO SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, With immrJiate Punnets ton, tl. oNf> F.ft'li'•!<! jjit*< (inrce's of i. » ricli

MARSH LAND. TO SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, With immrJiate Punnets ton, tl. oNf> F.ft'li'•!<! jjit*< (inrce's of i. » ricli

MARSH LAND, cimtftiniii" t.stiruMti(>n tiiirty four acres, be there more or les>, lying near (he Blue Pigeons, the y.iriih Wool, otherwise Worth, in the county Kent, and the occupation of the Proprietor. The Land lax is redeemed, and one halt part the Purchase nnv retiiHtn mortg
16 November 1813 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
UNDERWOOD. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, Mr. C. POUT, Sign of the King’s 11 fad, Winchenpstreet, Canterbury on TUESDAY next, the

UNDERWOOD. TO BE SOLD AUCTION, Mr. C. POUT, Sign of the King’s 11 fad, Winchenpstreet, Canterbury on TUESDAY next, the

inst. 1813, eleven o’clock the to; enodn, Thirty Acres UNDERWOOD, growing in Lnr key alley, the parish Milton Chapel. Particulars may be known at the place sale.
16 November 1813 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
SEAWEED AS MANURE.

SEAWEED AS MANURE.

The Isle of Thanet celebrated for its fertility. sends great quantity tiie very best wheat the London market, and produces, in addition to the more Common grain, large quantities car ran ay, coriander, spinach, radish, canary, and other seeds. many parts the island the soil natu
12 March 1844 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England