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Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette

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

2 May 1891

first to which Sir. A. T. Quiller Couch has signed his name full with illustrations Mr. Alfred Parsons; and another illustrated article, on “The English Ancestry *f Washington,” Mr. Moncure I>. Conway. Mr. E. Hopkinson Smith, during a sojourn at Sofia last

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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

9 Oct 1858

The death of Scotch laird called The Chisholm’’ it announced, at the age 47, unmarried. His property, the rental of which it upwards of £6,000 per annum, was entailed by his grsndfather, Alexander Chisholm, in 1777, in favour of his five sons, and, failing

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

2 Apr 1864

employment. The Navy Estimates are to be brought forward for discussion on the first night, and Sir John Hay, Mr.* Laird, Sir Morton Peto, Mr. W. S. Lindsay, other members who advocate economy combined with, efficiency, threaten to give the occupants of

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Thanet Advertiser

Thanet Advertiser Kent, England

24 Jun 1865

inquiry till Mood.y, .t t.el.e o'clock, Mr. Peter Aeherofl, the reridect engineer the South-Butero BnUwoy, e«id tin repiUr. o. ibo bridgi woald coder J * , . rt aoeetor Mr. aillimoro, which weak, eU tket were -V - Mr. Gillimare w«e the impeeler pieoe r 0

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Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette

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

30 Mar 1895

vary late.” .. . So while he read the brief, Jesmta sat at his feet, leaning her bonnie head his knee, and often his hand caressed the brown curls, and sometimes, for minutes together, his eves were fixed her instead the papers before him. Yet, for all

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

17 Mar 1894

sat by say means as good as his tram Tnc largest edible doh is the world is the which abounds off the coasts of Florida and la tr T ics! waters generally Contrary to the usual fact, the Mr-Ilsh improve. in quality with his sus. As frequently river to

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

11 Sep 1880

view to making The Boys' NOWllplePler portrait of Mrs. Perugmi (Charles Dickens's younger Abbey who could 6 d. 1016 it daughte i rl in the manner of his Grosvenor picture of pt widd, known, the Pr tort Mrs. Jo nag. By the way, a considerable portion of wo

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Bromley & District Times

Bromley & District Times Kent, England

2 May 1890

with hi. »ng, Thj Sentinel sm L Mr L. K L-iumsnn non well merited eeomoms for M. '.on , I«T. *• Mr. Perej dram recited Tom Hood’s “The Demon Ship, forcibly end -.11; Mr. Cere's reeding -a. hi, best effort. ; Mrs. W. M.llett .ana tenderly ■■ Sunshine

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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

12 Aug 1856

moaket with two Ulla, after which placed bis right-hand over the mnsale nad discharged his pieee, shattering bit hand so dreadfully that was found necessary, on his removal the hospital, asspntate hia arm Mow elbow. The prisoner was Mod some time ago for

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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

9 Aug 1856

of ascertaining from Mr. Douglas, Ashtor Is Slsrsaie. the last few months dispute has arisen between Mr. H. •7' . ® ’ j_ troT - < l. valued at nearly £250. The the audience, and to carry out his tordabip’s wishes, and surgeon, if Mr. Manners was in aht

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

22 Apr 1893

AND GAY. LOCAL Mr. H H. Fowler, of the Loral (NT North lent Railway Tl me Tabb-APINL. Goverement Board, has ust limed his retort on i in. • • • • • I • Ten man who was tied to time is now bent on • subject, in continuation of that made by Mr. Goshen at

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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

10 Sep 1861

sister of tho major; Mr*. Colonel Lloyd, aad Mr. Dwyer, residing Ballyqoirk Castle, who gave evidence that the major, when residing with his family at Bello Islet, sometimes went with them to tbs parish church. It wm objected (on behalf Mrs. Telverton) in tbs

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Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette

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

13 Aug 1887

- Class B *v'“ , M i Parker, Mrs. C. ladies invited by he given by Mrs. Wachcr, Mrs. Harris (the Ltd pnorane the most 11. I). Davies). Class 89. docorotel P® | ei „„d, tastefully arransetl to lat f Sherwood friend of Mrs. Wacher, M. b. (' a. (t’.ie first

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Bromley & District Times

Bromley & District Times Kent, England

19 May 1893

had a right to know him right to His love. His help ami sympathy. If Christ had died to put away in and from men sin and its men had tight to their |iardoii and lilierty, and Christians lliev owed it to Christ and to His Word to publish Christ's purpaae

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Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser

Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

8 Apr 1921

Boyd—Hot water cans. Mr. and Mrs. Brightling—Travelling clock. Miss Burton—Glass jam jars. Mr. and Mrs. dish. Mr. and Mrs. Laird Busk-Sewing chine. Capt. and Mrs. Chenevix Treueh—Antique brass candlesticks. Mrs. Clapton Furniture and rug. Mr. Clifford-Silver

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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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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

29 May 1909

clean he cannot earn the money. Mr. Tatham: That is another way id looking at it. Mr. Berkowitz considered that that did not warrant the man neglecting his children, and that he was responsible for their condition. Mr. Tatham. continuing. submitted tha:

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Sheerness Times Guardian

Sheerness Times Guardian Kent, England

17 Jun 1871

reckless. nese of his appearance. While he was aulhassador at Frankfort, his particular enemy, Herr von %abet'', celled a cmincil of the members of the Diet at his house, and reoeivEd them in his dressing•gown. Count Bismarok, to pay him in his own coin, i

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Bromley & District Times

Bromley & District Times Kent, England

10 Sep 1897

Nicholls, senior, of Downe, was summoned by his wife, Elizabeth, for sen •ration and maintenance order, on the ground of persistent cruelty. —Mr. Pook was for the complainant, and Mr, L. W. Gregory for the defendant.—Mrs. Nicholls saiJ the defendant was her

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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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