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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

11 Feb 1888

awe, his remarloi, as they to Lotty, sad it was sot home. sod Yr. Sawyer. kis wee*. waled Iwo* they oath. sod SO Shod, had le Ole, mei he motel sorry ems WWII. whet it was lashed semi ass whet so. MOW she SW see dhow.* thee asemsdr= had Mr Bs Mr la the

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

19 Nov 1904

awes Miii fir Mo. Wad Seek Zoarmee% hi Ti. Nam DAMMAM Milt Crescent House College, lIAIM MINT. OSAVIIIMID. Pemba wpm Judaea by OrliiWd Tessa .e lIPILE repeal meal Pabo Trinity ( P 1 1.. .loot 14 t Ch.` Mr. & Mrs. Most =NM la Os -. i dst c iiindessi.

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

10 Dec 1904

the Constable came over from Huddersfield and too• the stranger bask to his hems and Meath him to his friends. Xing Victor Rummel km wawa Greed Cross of to. Crows el Italy epos Mr. Pimple's Morgan, whibt the Government bare decided to grant him a gold

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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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East Kent Gazette

East Kent Gazette Kent, England

23 Nov 1956

LADIES SECTION Sponge sandwich. -- I Mrs. W. Johnson. 2 Mrs. F. Oman,. 3 Mr,. R. Mogan. Mixed Iruit cake. --- I Mrs. M. Johnson, 2 Mrs. Carroll, 3 Mrs. Kitney. Two jars bottled fruit.-1 Mrs. Browning. 2 Mrs. Woolley. 3 Mrs. R. Morgan. Two 11b. jars jam

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Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald

Folkestone, Hythe, Sandgate & Cheriton Herald Kent, England

17 Oct 1891

Woman* last word Scapegoat. byHall Cain* Quiet Mrs. Fleming 1 My Oflkial Wife 1 Wttcb of Prague, Marion Cmwtad 3 A Waasan’t Heart, oy Mrs. Alexander 3 Baaeon Fite*, by Werner 3 Pretty little Horeebreaber, by Mrs. Kennard Caspar Brooke’s Daughter, by Adeline

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Kent & Sussex Courier

Kent & Sussex Courier Kent, England

23 Apr 1926

Major and Mrs. E. Bonham, Colonel and Mrs. Grant Morden, Mr. P. Harmon, Colonel H. C. Woodoock, Misses Rath bone. Mrs, and Miss Braek- Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Selby-Lowndes, Mr. and Mrs. F. Rogereon, Major and Mrs. Austen, Mr. and Mrs. Rowchffe, View article

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East Kent Times and Mail

East Kent Times and Mail Kent, England

30 Sep 1914

boat Mona, which included the owner (Mr. IL Atkins), Mr. G. J. Jones, Mr. T. Moan, and Boatman King, was fishing about a quarter of a mile off the shore, when they observed signs of distress from the two people. Mr. Atkins at once entered the dinghy, which

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East Kent Gazette

East Kent Gazette Kent, England

19 Dec 1863

a t n his fuel a cloth like a shroud, his mouth open, gasping ! up their mind unanimously to bleed John Pull hie Th e friends approach, and tied that Paganini, his passion, extra cash. Russia has indirectly become a borrower ; had illaplaceil his set of

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

17 Oct 1868

of duty; to his sister Amu Maria_Corbctt, a year; to Ins brother, Wm! Corbett, a year; to each of his executors £100; to his bailiff, Mr. Dodd, £4O a year. All surplus rents and income to accumulate fur twenty one years, after which cried his daughter’s

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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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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

2 Sep 1882

handle of the town pump on a frosty morning, and was proud Of It. In a minute his tail rose to a horizontal, his seas was thrust forward, his lips parted, and the beast blew his infernal blast. A second and a third time it was repeated. Animus quietly thought

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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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Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette

Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette Kent, England

28 Aug 1886

r! ” Mr. Lockwood, Q.C., occasion to write his name in the visitor’s book of an Oban hotel. The last entry had been made by a Highland laird, who, following the custom of his forbears,” designated himself and bis wife thus ; Ballacbnlish and Mrs. Macnnb

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Folkestone Express, Sandgate, Shorncliffe & Hythe Advertiser

Folkestone Express, Sandgate, Shorncliffe & Hythe Advertiser Kent, England

11 Dec 1912

1 10 0 Mrs. Burke, Mrs. Forrester, Mr. A. C. Trench. Mrs. C. F. Wood. Mrs. Fit:Gerald. Mies Fits Gerald, Mrs. Lambert, Mr. King. R. and G. Sykes, Major Hobart Hampden. Mr. Mumford. Col. Laurie. Capt. Westherall, Mrs. Maolnnes, Mrs. Riecke. Mr. Gidgud

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Sheerness Times Guardian

Sheerness Times Guardian Kent, England

20 Mar 1875

deplorable a condition, that his clothes worn dilapidated, his feet almost ehoeleas, and he was endeavouring to obtain a cold potato with which to appease his hunger. He hail been wandering about the country, lodging in workhouses ; his condition being due entirely

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser Kent, England

4 Apr 1863

effective speaker in Mr. Laird, the builder of the Alabama, who threw some ▼cry hard facte back in reply to Mr. Bright's brilliant plea for the Federal States. Perhaps the most remarkable point in John Bright’s speech was, not his compliment, hot bin

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Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette

Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette Kent, England

19 Dec 1908

i,l (Ashford) and Mr. W. Harvey (Kenningtcp); liotw, Mr. E. May, Mr. R. E. West, Mr. Noakes. and Mr. R. E. Richardson; Mr. Rowland (Tonbridge); butter, Mr. T. R. Robinson (S.E. Agricultural College); bread. Mr. W. Dean (Ashford). As usual, }i great deal

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