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East Kent Times

East Kent Times Kent, England

21 Dec 1861

opernnKrt imedlately drew his penknife, and cut a greatly agitated ami exclaimed, llrtsy . on, die nelgh'iourhood hi* heart, where !” ami before had read two words that the happy omen. Again, announce threw it the lloor. Mrs. Stokes picked ' , ,oIk ZS

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

18 Mar 1905

dower. came nwaril to meet bar, bet amid in his hind. He looked MR greatest interest, and yet ski abated si Idea, entirely gathered from his he was immediately stead by the einem of her appearance. I ham &Vet you, Mr. °restores, she leper, without embarrassment

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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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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

23 May 1854

Freeland, of the Uoyal Uci.rge, was found dead his bed board his ship on the morning the doth ult. His death was attributed to apoplexy. Ihe following is an extract letter written a highly gifted Swedish lady. After describing visit d to the Meet by herself

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

19 Jan 1884

abaft aped shahs& of that doe MONA as hr bomb Mr An explosion roomed, plow in Chatsworth-re* Chyme-pork. Loodon, bat was termaately mondeeded with any tab! TM therooghtere, it sprees. was Wog repaired. and Mr. Lemma. the surveyor to the Deed d Minh. to

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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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Thanet Advertiser

Thanet Advertiser Kent, England

2 Oct 1936

WiM tut Likeabla. Lady briefly added her word of praise fur tin* new headquarters ami for the generosity Mr. Farrar, and a vote thanks to Ixird was proposed Lady Careon. the Lady Chairman tin* Association. who thanked laird and Lady for their remarks

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Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser

Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser Kent, England

21 Dec 1861

under 4 years end—S7, to 'be the cud of the pow r innate in Mr. Si. Cos, Waltham; second best ditto—.£s, to Mr. to be determine If a f ' www Kingsuo lb, Orlestone. The range to be le ,ten any of his For the best fat steer, over 2 and under 9 years old— rge

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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

22 Sep 1863

queettan. and to telegraph his departure. Half an hour after the train bad reached Strasbourg the ground had boon and the pair stood face face, and although Count Leuvencourt never had an Italian sword his before, subbed his opponent through the thigh

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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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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

11 Sep 1909

Judges: Mears- W. Begley, E. Phillips rid H. Kelley ; reforesi Mr. Z. A. Bestty , tissekoopersi Messrs. J. Coachman sod W. S. Surridge: starter: Mr. W. H. Phillips; clerk of the course: Mr. B. W. 1110Wa; viewer& of the coarse: Herm. I. Fidler, P. White

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Bromley & District Times

Bromley & District Times Kent, England

15 Mar 1895

devotional addresses at3.3Ubyllie Hegisim. in’rei.lv to his Honour said the dehtn.’s hagcs .f hi' brethren was electcl NEAR SEVENOAKS KENT PROIRIET : JAM BURCH. nearer H'saull than that the defendant jut his *U Xuil.erliiid Gill, ••The False and True lehts amoimtcl

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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

9 May 1854

head, eyes and cars. Blood spurted out i and whilst the officer continued to beat his victim, the latter, with his hand by his side, remained immovable, without turning his head. Such is the way in which men are treated under Russian discipline A despatch

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

13 Jul 1907

this form of p , reseutt • - honour they emild give him and his work r ainy and Mrs. Wilom. Mrs. Phillip.. Mrs s h e ros i s s esso , o f he h ir e . w ho en . i n a, P 4 VENO'S SEAWF:ED TONIC. Mr. O. H. Jackson n the ix.no. .true of was worthy of their

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

4 May 1895

evidently most annoyed and pouted at his awkwardness and stupidity, and used to box his ears soundly because he always let the mouse escape. At last incapacity and want of interest in his lessons discouraged even his eager teacher, and she finally gave

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

30 Aug 1879

Piedmont train failed to transfer his charges to the oars of the Baltimore conductor of the New York train, and in consequence the little ones, left without • guardian, soon hennas objects of interest to the passengers. A lady seeing their dilemma, volunteered

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Thanet Advertiser

Thanet Advertiser Kent, England

28 Aug 1920

Queenstreet P.M. Church on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Urmson in a heartfelt address commended his hearers to prayer as the only true way to find God. Violin solos were rendered by Mr. George Jones. The President, Mr. Haydon, announced with regret the resignation

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Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser

Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser Kent, England

8 Oct 1861

at New castle. —Mr. Mark Frater. the collector of income-tax Newcastle on-Tync. was murdered on Tuesday. Mr. Frater was on his way his office, and was Just about opening the door, when man ran up to him, with a long bright knife in his band. and. before

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Thanet Advertiser

Thanet Advertiser Kent, England

29 Dec 1936

alidicuted, the sorrow his |ieo|de, in favour his hrother, the Duke of York. have nothing, more to Mr. C*. (£, Hartley, I>r. 11. H, PalnaT. ami Mr. 7 *w. Hayilon. nciignition of his 49 years’ service in

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

3 Mar 1773

frequently takes his Lordlhip upon his Shooting parties, and treats him with a degree of familiarity uaufoal with the general reServe his temper. The made who appeared in tbe character Joe Snip the the hit and acquired fo credit for executing his part with propriety

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