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Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette

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... Wednesday last at'the Town-ball, Maidstone, under the presidency of Lord Mahon, M.P. There were also present the Lord Lieutenant (Viscotiß* Sydney, 0.C.8.), J. G. Talbot, Esq., M.P., Captain Kuxton, chief constab'e of Kent, ic. Owing to the absence of the ...

THE CANTERBURY JOURNAL AND FARMERS’ GAZETTE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1872

... Bedford-row, W.C., Alvar Bun yard, aged 41, youngest son of the late Thoa Bnnyard, Cherry Ground, Maidstone. Somr^ 2^. aftor „ Wright, Esq., of Faversham, Kent, agod M 22, Eleanor, widow of the Itey RaWv.. formerly Rector of E«stchnroh, aged UBrton ' L y ...

THE CANTEHBURT JOURNAL AND rABMEBS* GAZETTE. BATUEDAY, MARCH 9, 1872

... long and singularly prosperous career, was bard fate for tno Sussex. She was one of the earliest ships in the service. The Kent, the pioneer ship of the line, arrived m Mel»K)urno in April, 1853. In the same year Captain Scanlon brought out the newly-built ...

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... the property Tbomaa Uilee, at Cherening, on the 23rd January, 1872. The Hon. £. Stanhope proeecnted, and Hi. Kibton defended. KENT SPEINQ ASSIZE. The commiaaion for thia Aaaize waa opened Uonday by Lord Chief Jnatiee BoriT, who rode into M Idatone from Strot ...

FARMER’S GAZETTE

... PBIOSS—Super-phosphate of Lime, £6 10s. Delivered to any Bailway or Wharf in KENT. ADDITIONAL LUNATIC ASYLUM. PURSUANT to the direction tho JwitioM of the Pwkw of the County of Kent, in their Coart of Anneal General Sessions of the Peaoe, assembled at Uaidstone ...

THE CANTERBURY JOURNAL AND FARMERS’ GAZETTE, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1872

... od Wheeler-street, Maidstone, made his appearance, end propoeed that Ur. O. Boots (money lander, also of Maidstone), taka the chair, proposition which was seconded by Hr. Brown. This propositiontharing been doty carried, Ur. Boots took the chair, amid ...

THE CANTERBURY JOURNAL AND FARMERS’ GAZETTE, SATURDAY. MAY 25, 1872

... Sanndcrs, after many yean’ illness, borne with Christian fortitude. May 10, in the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, William Henry Lawson, of Northgato, aged 40. May 13, in the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Eatbsr Cnlrer, of Dunkirk, aged 41. Deal—May 14. the ...

THE CANTERBURY JOURNAL AND FARMERS’ GAZETTE, SATURDAY. JULY 27, 1«72

... bottom of Trinity Hill and Hawley Street, where the water was several inches deep. KENT SUMNER ASSIZES. The Commission for these Assizes was opened the Sessions House, Maidstone, on Saturday last, by Mr. Baron Martin. His Lordship arrived by the 2.30 p.m. ...