EXECUTIONS AT MAIDSTONE,

... EXECUTIONS AT MAIDSTONE, The unusual event of three men being executed at one time was witnessed on Tuesday morning within the precincts of Maidstone County Gaol. It is also remarkable that of the three men two were in the army at the time of their committal ...

Published: Saturday 17 August 1872
Newspaper: Westmorland Gazette
County: Westmorland, England
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Local and District

... FROZEN To DEATH.-Mr. Stephen, one of the t coroners for East Kent, held an inquest on Monday night pi at Maidstone touching thes death of Thomas Pain. Police-constable Dungley, of the Kent county constabu- as lary, was passing along near the Itaidetone ...

Published: Saturday 23 November 1872
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
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THE lILVLPRSTON MIRROR, Nov. 3, 1872

... Stephens. one of the coroners for East Kent, held an inquest on Monday night at Maidstone, touching the death of Thomas Pain. Police-cons Able Duogley, of the Kent County Constabulary. was passing along near the Maidstone Gaol, when be dia. covered the deceased ...

MISCELLANEOUS

... reformatory. and ought to have gone to sea; hot he never went, and was very soon after convicted on four charges of felony in Kent. After that be returned to Leicester, and was soon wasted on four charges of felony. Now it appeared he had just been sentenced ...

Published: Saturday 25 May 1872
Newspaper: Cumberland & Westmorland Herald
County: Cumberland, England
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Mr. J. F Wataon’a Witch of Endor heal Mr. W. Johnstone's

... John lugger's Maidstone beat Mr. W. Jackson Gover- ness Mr. J L. Madsna’s Wntsrwlleh Mr. B. Jsrdios DalU Second Bound,—Witch of K-dor beat Miss Jex Blake. Mias Bell beat ley '*). Dandy Davie beat KlttU Wake. Water Witch beat Maidstone Third Round -Witch ...

Published: Saturday 30 November 1872
Newspaper: Carlisle Express and Examiner
County: Cumberland, England
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DISMISSAL

... information of their capture was sent to the Kent police officials, it being believed that they were the fellows so lonjg wanted for long succession of burglsries committed bet ween Dartford and Maidstone. A number of officers went to Chelmsford gaol ...

Published: Saturday 10 August 1872
Newspaper: Chorley Guardian
County: Lancashire, England
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VIE CORN TRADE

... 4111 Ire at lies. 71. woo sea. U. 4.775 Ow i ware MAO THE 'P INEVEST IN KENT. TEET•WIPINO. A corompoadent of the Daily News gives the following desoription of hop.picking iu Kent and the feet•wiping performance practised upon movies's:— The walk was right ...

Published: Saturday 28 September 1872
Newspaper: Cumberland & Westmorland Herald
County: Cumberland, England
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EMIGRATION TO MINNESOTA

... News gives the folkiwing description of hop-pinking in Kent and the feet-wiping performance practised upon novices : The walk was right pleasant in the fresh cool sunshine of the morning, with Maidstone lying snug and warm among its trees behind, and the ...

Published: Friday 27 September 1872
Newspaper: Maryport Advertiser
County: Cumberland, England
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THE TICHBOENE CASE

... in the next disgraceful Trafalgar-square meeting.—Punch. A Meet Quert. —We learn from the Kent Herald that since the introduction of Australian meat at Maidstone gaol, the prisoners have increased considerably weight. are not sure that the State is much ...

Published: Saturday 24 February 1872
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
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MEAT PRESERVING AUSTRALIA. The Maitlund New South Wales has given interesting description of the meat ..

... indignation meetings Clapham-common and places. The policemen Kent hare, for some little time, been agitating for an increase of pay. some instances then demands have been favourably received. At Maidstone in particular, the Watch Committee have recommended, and ...

Published: Wednesday 28 August 1872
Newspaper: Bolton Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
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AGRICULTURE

... fetus mot! Lad de sewed is— la what way sea we dove their se as le it is misled well thine is a gnat d *des geed tamers as boot node est*, asses rag is balm move he beadeller, dad: sr mods% ease adds opsis send bras me sew as laws is epos ends will • ...

Published: Saturday 17 August 1872
Newspaper: Cumberland & Westmorland Herald
County: Cumberland, England
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FEARFUL ACCIDENT AT HALIFAX.TWO MEN KILLED

... information of their capture was sent to the Kent police officials, it being believed that they were the fellows so long wanted for a long succession of bur- glaries committed between Dartford and Maidstone. A number of officers went to Chelmsford gaol ...

Published: Saturday 10 August 1872
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
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