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The Archdeacon of Maidstone's AWTOBACOX M.AIDOTOXB'S CHARGE.- ! of Maidstone has added to he • listof his ..

... The Archdeacon of Maidstone's AWTOBACOX M.AIDOTOXB'S CHARGE.- ! of Maidstone has added to he • listof his published charges that delivered dotting the . present year the various centres of thTarcn! deaconry, ancLwith the valuable notes appended the ■ ...

MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. Pcrnrcs Art I lasses-—The annual examinations f students oi the above classes, have been held daring the past winter Maidstone, eonolnded on Thursday- The number of candidates who presented themselves for examination waa follows: —Freehand ...

MAIDSTONE

... MAIDSTONE. We learn with much pleasure that Charles Esq., of Maidstone ison William Hoar, Esq, surgeon i, has during the past week received tie degree M.D., in tire University of London. This is the highest distinction to be obtained in the profes sion ...

MAIDSTONE

... nominations await subsequent confirmation. Tue Maidstone Drainage Works.—On Saturday, Mr. Lewis Angeß, C.E., accompanied by the contractors, Messrs. Neave and Sons, and several friends from London, paid visit to Maidstone, and being there joined by Mr. J. S. Anscomb ...

Opto* €awrW-«j, twelve matches played Kent this year seven have been won? last, and one drawn in favour the county

... the Home Office, that the WmterAssue for Kent will be held at Maidstone il the week ending the 3rd of November West Kent Militia.—(From Tuesday'» Gazette).—R.J. Dallin, torStolst * Fridays Cattle Diseases Kent.—During the week ending the lst inst. not ...

KENT SUMMER ASSIZES

... KENT SUMMER ASSIZES. Comti*u*d from hat.) CROWN COURT. (Before Sib Fmruns Stsphct, Coaaiamonar}. nunon-BDiiuir. Gmrye Webb, 23, shoemaker, waa indicted for burglary, and stealing tea spoone, one silver gravy moon, six pairs of boots, and other articles ...

KENT COUNTY CRICKET CLUB

... KENT COUNTY CRICKET CLUB. A meeting of the Managing Committee of the Sent C mnty Cricket Club took place she Golden Cross H del, Charing Cross, on Monday, 12th November. There were present Sir Henry Tufton, in the chair, Lord Harris. Sir Charles Oakeley ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... testimonial fund, per Lord Sydney, chairman; the balance was A' 49 14s. divided between the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, the West Kent Hospital, and the Kent County Ophthalmic Hospital. The Horticultural Society.—We have much pleasure in announcing that ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... West Kent Militia, and said that the prisoner had behaved well since he had been in the East Kent Militia, and that he was sorry to have to prosecute him. Payn said tbat as soon he joined the regiment he told Wilson that he bad been in the West Kent Militia ...

Fits.—Eptlbptic Fits Falling — certain method of cure has been discovered for this complaint by physician, who ..

... wrapper! and Sons' name and trade mark, refuse a 1 Bine which is not so wrapped. Jam Heath's Extra with mWrnm t aud pn,»ts, golden coated, bronzed and carb-nized, suit all hands, all styles, all asjes, and all kinds work. Over two hundred patterns. Sold ...

The offices of the County Courts will, by order of the Lord Chancellor, be closed the 22nd, the 24th and

... by order of the Lord Chancellor, be closed the 22nd, the 24th and 25th December. _ Varna Guilford's Hounds.—The meet of the Kent Foxhounds tock place on .Monday at Old Park, near Dover, a large party being hospitably entertained at breakfast by Major R ...

COUNTY INTELLIGENCE

... Canterbury—The trade in Kent fleeces can hardly be said to have fairly set in, but flockrnasters are making eager mquiries as to rates, which are quoted at 15d. per lb. for sheep, and 'Jd. per lb. for lambs. * The officers of the 3rd East Kent, The Buffs, the ...