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... Saturday last, at the All Saints* lays’ School Boom, Maidstone, with view etabliah local board for Kent, in connection with above institution. The Rev. H. W, Dearden, Ticar of St. Paul's, Maidstone, who presided, extlained the objects of the association ...

Published: Tuesday 22 August 1871
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 4383 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

District Intelligence

... mind was affected. The 7th (Pkixcess Royal's) Dragoon and the West Kent Yeomanry.—A portion of this regiment had field-day on Monday last with the Maidstone and Cobham troops of the West Kent Yeomanry. The Dragoon G lards were under the command* of Col. Feyton ...

Published: Friday 25 August 1871
Newspaper: Dover Express
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 5061 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE KENTISH GAZETTE, AUGUST 82, 1871

... funds and expectant butchers) should beware ! Wesleyan Ministers in the Kent District.— The following are the appointments of Wesleyan Ministers for the various circuits in the Kent Dis> trict: —Dover: Andrew Kesaen, L.L.D., Hugh P. Hughes, B.A. Folkestone: ...

Published: Tuesday 22 August 1871
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 5845 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none

SSlamrt,

... Bromley Kent. July, 1871. (157 icjolastic. MR. H. F. HKNNIKER, A.K.A., (Professor from the Royal Academy, and Organist of Trinity Church, Maidstone), Attends Pupils at their Residences, or at his Residence, Haydn Villa, Boxley-ioad, Maidstone. LADIES* ...

THE AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN

... 3949 54 7 33780 115 1304 97 3 1867.. 1868.. 1869-. 1870.. 1871.. BANKRUPTCIES, Ac., IN KENT, SURREY, AND SUSBKX. (From Tuesday's Gazette.) Bankrupt.—George Taylor, Golden-green, wheelwright and boerseller, Sept. 13, at Tunbridge Wells. {from Friday'» Gazette ...

UStanirtL

... Address—L.T., Journal Office, or to *2B, Maidstone. \\J ANTED, u*’ unmarried man GARDEN EH, ▼ who has general knowledge of gardening. Also, an active YOUNG MAN, GROOM, to take charge of Pony and Trap, milk, clean boots, wait table occasionally, and make himself ...

THE WESLEYAN CIRCUITS

... THE WESLEYAN CIRCUITS. Tb» following «re th« rtationi of the Torious minute the Kent dietrict, anpointed the late Conference : Canterbury—Henry Hayman, William J. Heaton ; William H. Clarkaon, Walter P. Garry, Supernumeraries. WhUtable—Arthur Roberts ...

ORIGIN AL_ POETRY. AN IDYL OP THE CRICKET WEEK, a Canterbury Belle, Cricket Week hee come and gone, Oh. the

... malicious, artful girl; And Fred ! I’ll send him back the ring, And cut off every golden curt. Because he praised hair: I’ll fling Those satin shoes into the fire. Til wear great boots; do anything To rex him, and raise his ire. Whv what a fool I am, as if He’d ...

Published: Tuesday 22 August 1871
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 709 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

DREADFUL TRAGEDY IN NORFOLK

... ry. Daring the week only% limited inquiry has prevailed, but picas have been well maintained. Mid and East Kent'. nos. to 147 a.. Weald c Kent, Ctn. to Wis. ; Sussex, to 1060 : Farnham and country. 90t. to 12tos. , and olds, !Oa. to SIN. per cwt. MEMORIAL ...

Published: Saturday 26 August 1871
Newspaper: East Kent Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 6055 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: none