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  • County: Kent, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

16 Jul 1802

Captain Cede, Mr. and Mrs. Stdnehous** Itob< a l W K.lf, Mr. and Mrs. C’lialmers, - d Messrs. O/elvie, s, Wdlett.— a*n?rrs t!. CalnUta; C*»lont*l ami Mrs. Ni- Mrs. Quarrel, Mri. Saliuond, Mr. ami Mr**. Scotf.a. cl Mrs. kson; IJeulenants

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

22 Oct 1824

maid, (I mean the lady’a). Sba had spirit enough to have done so, and would properly have resented tire affront.” his daughter. ,«• TVliat ' jo* .tjiink of Ada ?” aaid ho toohios farneally at hip danghlci’a mioialure, that by aid* of his wtilin; tell she

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

10 Sep 1802

Derby and Charlotte Hornby (daughter of Lord Derby); Lady Stanley (daughter of laird Derby) and Lady Anne Lindsey; l-ady Susan Carpenter nnd Mrs, Cawthome; Lady Oerrard and Houghton ; Jerningham and l-ady Fitzgerald. The rest of the 1-adiet followed, two

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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

14 Mar 1843

lection and relief. His complaints hod been sneered and scouted at Sheriff Kell, who had it in his I*? , stop to the persecution if had liked. nistol in his possession he would have shot Bell di inX courthouse; that Mr the ntor fiscal, Mr. Sheriff Bell,

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

2 Nov 1804

irdwainer, in St. George’s. 'd*y died, at lolkestotie, Mrs. Fliralirth •. aged tJ2 sears. iluiid.iy lasi died, much regrerted, Mrs Lie Mr. Lee, of liuv Court. Ulcoinb. •••to ai His llie ini is,' year of his ai;e, siiicerply laineuleil hv ho knew h;s worth,

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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

4 Nov 1834

About two o’clock his I, r l-hi|i. in endeavourin': to leap a deep ditch, checked his horse with the curb.bil. when the spirited animal came upon his back, torcinij his lain under him into the ditch. A chaise was sent for, and his l. rdslnp watt com

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

15 Jan 1833

mutual consent, when a Mr. Jose paid hi* addresses to the fair one, and was accepted. Mr. having heard of it. rebuked bis love, and renewed his his addresses to his old bargain,” but she told him plainly she had pledged hereslf to Mr. Jose, and she could

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

9 Mar 1804

Several ships of war are cruizing oif the coast of Egypt. Mr. Strattoiythe English Envoy, has been appointed his Court, i Ambassador and Minister Plenipotentiary the Porte: he will in few days give in his credentials. During the Ramazan, or Fast, which ended

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

24 Jun 1823

Imped tlie right honourable gentleman opposite (Mr. Wynn) would take this subject into his serious consideration ; if did not, Jie (Mr. Buxton) .should certainly bring it forward early in the next Session. Mr. Wynn doubted the policy legislative interference

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

15 Mar 1805

Kjy Bcrcsfortl, Lady Ebrinjton, Lady and Mm Gibbi, Sir O. B. Liulclialci, Mr. C. Grant, Mrs. Johnson, LadyPultency and Sit James Pollency, Lord loniskillcn, Major M'Ncil, Lady Ann M'Neil, the Hon. Aogustus George Sir Sydney Smith, Mr. M'Dowcl, Sir Wm

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

18 Jun 1805

statement; „ jesty, , his being appointed Judge Advocate and Martial- General, in the room of Sir Charles Morgan, redgned. Genera! With am, upon his succeeding to his til Baronet, the death of Sir William Pnlteney. was imroauceu majesiy, upuu his late appointment

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

24 Jan 1804

Parkins, Mrs. Lee’s Solicitor, Mr. Bond, his I (flfi nl house in Sloanc-slreet, who requested that Mr. Lock-ram rmative. ~ - , *■- lithe tiattiral 'JailSli'T of the laird. et. hart Gordon might to tß'e niblic tmice.,l' Maresrrt Davison, servant to Mrs, law

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

23 Jun 1829

Miss by Mr. Woodin are to be of considerable value. ia^reported that Mr. Woodiu badwU'eduponMmZo«h S.OOOh before her going to church. were all of a most costly deacttplioii. and Mis* AooUi ilrcs* alone cost ISO guinea*. Mr. Woodin I* take his departure

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

31 Dec 1802

office with his aocuslomed air of assured confidence and unembarrassed demeanor. Upon being put to the bar, with the Governor of Tothill-lields, Mr. Fenwick, on his right hand, and turnkey hiilcft. Sir Rich. Ford addressed him follows: MR. D, You are

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

26 Nov 1802

Office, by Mrs. Milton, against Mrs. York of Mammersniith, were so minutely mvesliqated, that Mrs. > ork was obliged to bring forward the father of the child in question himself Mrs. York, at Mover, alter bringing it from France; but hoped Mr. Alley, (the

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

12 Oct 1819

of similar importance. Mr. Sheriff Parkina said, was taken surprize, hot could satisfactorily defend every part of his conduct, if he were allowed lime to prepare his defence. Time was then allowed him till neat Court (Tuesday.) Mr. Alderman Waithmsn said

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

9 Dec 1825

obtained Iron him (Mr. Hayne) by Mr. Berg, lor the purpose discounting it for him. Mr. Berg was present attended by his attorney, to answer the charge of Mr. Hayne Mr. Hayue’s solicitor aaid that the bill in question was given by his client in a blank

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

22 May 1804

dismay j his ship at length touched the ground and he was His Ihree aco lompanymg mgflTcS a deal in their sails and rigging, brigs arc happy to give the f^TToTTn^iJmS on which our correspondent supposes to have been Sir .Sidney. Smitli following his blow

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

15 Oct 1805

Chicken enraged, went in, knocked down his man, and smiled at him. mauea hit, which the Chicken slopped. severe blow on his opponent’s breast.— Gulley fell. 11. Gulley pul in a good blow; the Chicken knocked him off his legs. 1?. Gulley knocked the Chicken

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

17 Jan 1804

There lies his main force, and from thence no doubt his rirst experiment will be made. If tire present weather should continue coast mav tiiu b est means of in- formation the subj Willlnm Girdler, tTic watchman, IJammcrsmith, said, v*as with Mr. Locke on

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