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PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.

PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.

Mr. Blewitt on Tuesday night made his motion respecting the Duke Wellington's position, and was laughed at by every one. Mr. Hutt made his motion upon the Stade duties, anc was yawned at as much as Mr. Blewitt was laughed at; and Mr. Smith O'Brien then awakened the senses of tre
11 July 1843 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
(THE END.)

(THE END.)

ALLOWANCES To the Ncn commiJJioned Officers and Private Men of the Army- It is ordered, that (from the 25th of December laft, tike ftonpage five-pence every four days, which t.-ey were he taken off, and an allowance made them bread, eftimated at tcnpence halfpenny per week each
20 January 1792 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MRARIJGES.

MRARIJGES.

A few days fmee the Hon. William Hay, brother to the Right Hon. the Earl of Errol to Mifs Jane Bell, fecond daughter f the late Ma'thrw Bell, Efq; Colonel of the Northumberland militia. Saturday. L'pminfter, Effex, Peter Efdailc, Efq; Mifs Frances HumffVeys, daughter the late Wi
20 January 1792 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DRESSES.

DRESSES.

The prevailing colours were poppy, now called the Prufiian flame and purple—but -varietj Teemed the ohjeA of talle. The as ufual on her Birth-day, was attired with all plaionefs. The King wore fuperb Tuil of Bon Je Boi, richly Jaced, a diamond ftsr, and diamond-hiited Tword, tmm
20 January 1792 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
OB MON D A Y news the Infant, : iriuUti* . 'Dancing and Card Aflenibly, . (The tor this SEAS.owj*

OB MON D A Y news the Infant, : iriuUti* . 'Dancing and Card Aflenibly, . (The tor this SEAS.owj*

. Mr. Malkin's treat FEVER SHAM. HASIS Q»MT». iit *tso'CJ»cfc, '
07 April 1773 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ay, March 17.

ay, March 17.

> N O !arn a fpirit of has wed itfelf among the Eaft India ruits on board the Contrador A ago, the properofHcers ting out the lights at the ulna! hour foldiers, 160 in number, rofe to :uffle enfued, but the mutineers 5, were quietly reduced to obedtftor failed on Wcdnefdav on he
20 March 1792 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MINSTER SHEPPY, KENT. ' ELIGIBLE LEASEHOLD BUILDING GROUND, SOLD BY AUCTION, ' J. B.ROSE, the Bell and Lion, Mile Town,

MINSTER SHEPPY, KENT. ' ELIGIBLE LEASEHOLD BUILDING GROUND, SOLD BY AUCTION, ' J. B.ROSE, the Bell and Lion, Mile Town,

AIINSTER SHEFFY, KENT. ' ELIGIBLE LEASEHOLD BUILDING GROUND, SOLD BY AUCTION, ' J. B.ROSE, the Bell and Lion, Mile Torn, between six and eight o'clock in the evaiing Tuesday, September IBtb, 1810, in four lots each, feet 6 inches in front of and adjoining the high road at Mile To
18 September 1810 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
REGISTER, REGISTER, REGISTER!

REGISTER, REGISTER, REGISTER!

The friends of good government qualified to vote must every where prepare to enrol themselves and their friends on the register for the next year. To entitle a voter to be registered, he must have occupied during the twelve months previous to the 31st of July premises of the val
16 July 1844 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CLARIS & WYATT

CLARIS & WYATT

SEVERAL THOUSAND YARDS OF BLACK SILKS, WHICH they can offer CHEAPER than they have been shown for year*. Many of them can be guaranteed wear welL The prices commencing Is. 7td. per yard, to XOs. 6d. A LARGE STOCK OF EVERT DESCRIPTION OF GOODS SUITABLE FOE THE PRESENT SEASON 5 PE
13 January 1874 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
RUN AWAY,

RUN AWAY,

On Friday the isth Inilant, From the Service of Mrs. Jane Kelsey, of Hougham Court Farm, in the of Hougham near Dovor, THOMAS BIRCH, Waggoner’s Mate, about five Feet four Inches high, of a light Complexion, wearing his own long light Hair, and about Years old—Had on when he went
16 February 1790 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England