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romney marsh.

romney marsh.

TO Sold Audion, at the Old Castle, CanTlrßout, the roth day OAober inft. at twelve o’clock at noon, before the Commiflioners appointed his Majefty for the Redemption and Sale the Land Taa the county of K.eat, the following Freehold Marlklands, in the occupation of Mr. Jacob Walt
01 October 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ELHAM DIVi SION.

ELHAM DIVi SION.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the next Monthly Meeting of his Juftices of the Peace for the Eaftern or Upper Dlvifion of the Lath Shipway the county of Kent, is adjourned to Monday the day OAober next, to thA» held the Rose and C«own, Elham, in the county, by two of the clock in
01 October 1799 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

ARREST AND ESCAPE OF MR. MURRAY. About six o'clock on Thursday evening, constable Scales, of Passage, Cork, arrested a gentleman who gave his name as Murray, but who, he supposed, answered the description given of Mr. Michael Crean, in the Hue and Cry. conveyed him before Bernar
29 August 1848 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MARGATE.

MARGATE.

A Brvte.—On Saturday last, John Holnesa, mariner, was placed at the bar before J. Boys end Thomas Blackburn, jun., Esq's., charged with committing violent outrage upon his wife. From evidence of the poor creature (who is very respectable end industrious little women, about 25 ye
29 August 1848 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
»i| . FROM LONDON BRIDGE.— DAILY TRAINS. .c SUNDAY TRAINS. j FARES FROM LONDON. .| DAILY TRAINS.— TO LONDON BRIDGE.

»i| . FROM LONDON BRIDGE.— DAILY TRAINS. .c SUNDAY TRAINS. j FARES FROM LONDON. .| DAILY TRAINS.— TO LONDON BRIDGE.

SUNDAY TRAINS. FARES FROM DOVER. £g3=* £ "S-=*S c*e * I\*~ • - ? 's* is|. EEs'- Q Wist iidiMAlLtlst 2d|l«t Ist Ul list .MAIL. -S' \ \ 2diltt 'id AH.' fasskkorks. cauuiagks! houses. * \ MAIL lstSdjlst l»t C). MAIL ltl Ist - 2,3e1.t15t Ist mssbn«kr»7 csaaisuiss. houses. ©2tf g« e»
29 August 1848 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
TO BE SOLD, • , THE good-accuftomed and comraodious Inn called the Swan, with the brewhoufe, ftablci, buildings, yard and

TO BE SOLD, • , THE good-accuftomed and comraodious Inn called the Swan, with the brewhoufe, ftablci, buildings, yard and

aopurtenances; htuate Appledore in Kent, in the pofTeilioo Mr. RuiTcll, the proprietor.—And alfo a MefTuage (adjoining) in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Hollands. PolTeilion the Inn may be had Michaelmas next. For particulars enquire Mr. Rvssxi.l., or at the office of Cuxtxjs, WA
25 April 1797 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
hi'ee-Peace.] URDAY, NOV. 25. London. C E the intelligence of Guichen’s arrival at Cadiz, with eighteen fliips of the line,

hi'ee-Peace.] URDAY, NOV. 25. London. C E the intelligence of Guichen’s arrival at Cadiz, with eighteen fliips of the line,

f om the Weft-Indies, it is determined not to fend Sir Simuel Hood there, at leaft for the prefent; but he has orders proceed for the Bay in fearch of the fleet under Ad- J> to llrengthen him, and to enable him fcftaing, if they can fall with him on ''the French ports with the W
29 November 1780 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
I'o be LET to the Beji Bidder, ife for fourteen Years (by the Trufiees the Charity of John Cogan, Gent,

I'o be LET to the Beji Bidder, ife for fourteen Years (by the Trufiees the Charity of John Cogan, Gent,

deceafed) at the Guildhall in the City Canterbury, on Thursday next the joth Day of Novcml'er inßant, at Eleven o’clock in the Forenoon, AL L that Piece or Tarccl of Hop- Ground, containing by EHimation, three Acres, more or lefs, (calki BUTTF.R DANE) lying and being near Crow D
29 November 1780 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
*f Hoa. Prefident Laurens.”

*f Hoa. Prefident Laurens.”

* Hoa. Prefident Laurens.” (C P Y.) General Wajhingion's Letter in favour of the Hon, J Temple, Ffq\ dated Head Frederiekjburg Dovembcr 1778. Head-quarters, Frederickjburg, S I R, JOHN TEMPLE, Efquirc, will have the honour of prefenting this to your Excellency. Ido not know what
29 November 1780 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE REFORM BILL.

THE REFORM BILL.

On Thursday the 29th inst. Overseers musu deliver to the High Constable of their Hundred, the List No. 3, Schedule H, containing the names, qualifications, &c. of all persons at present on the Election Register, and the names, qualifications, &c. of all persons now claiming to b
27 August 1833 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England