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Thanet Advertiser

Thanet Advertiser Kent, England

10 Nov 1936

second. Mrs. P. Chandler—! first, third. Mrs. F. Doughty—l first W. E. Copping—l first. Mrs. C. E. Gifford—l first. Mies W. Kenneit—l first. Mia* 1». Tanfk-ld—l second, I third. Mrs. N. Digweed—l second, ] third. Mrs. Wuodward—l second. Mrs. M. Percv—l

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Sheerness Times Guardian

Sheerness Times Guardian Kent, England

13 Nov 1869

verse. Mr. Marks then teed one of his favourite Caudle selections where Mrs. Caudle lectures her husband for lending the umbrella. The glee, Mynheer Vanduck, sang by Messrs. Hetreed, Guilly, Buckhurst, and Motton, was loudly applauded. Mr. Motton

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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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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

28 Nov 1823

quantities from his premises, provided the same be not consumed mi his pre mines, without being licensed as publican by the magistrates? Mr. Herries referred the Board of Excise, and enclosed to Mr. C. F. Palmer the following official answer from Mr. Csrr, the

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Kentish Gazette

Kentish Gazette Kent, England

4 Nov 1794

Wilkins. Share of THOUSAND POUND PRIZE Mr. ff, Lambert. Share of THOUSAND POUND PRIZE to Mr. f Filliner. Moulded* THOUSANO PRIZE to Mr. Leonard A S h aTH ° USAND POUND PRIZE Mr,. A Share of THOUSAND POUND PRIZE Mr. Johnfon, Salifbury fquare, Fleet-ftreeti

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

21 Aug 1804

Sir H. B. Neale, Sir C. Morgan, Mr. and Mr. Grenville. The Council sat till four o’clock, after which his Majesty gave audiences to the Lord Chancellor and Lord Levison Gower, who look leave of his Majesty previous his departure for Russia, Linois’s Suuangow

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

10 Jul 1886

a l firllE SOUTHWARK LEAD & GLASS Co., a 0 g . oeth) pi e , . lart Bat. R. Tr. Rif. (Wel. swirl Mr. Sexton seeuredthtmeat by. small majority. ' Mr F. J. Jeed suireetied In meeting the Unionist attack volume of Ir:return. It will oensist or . A Hist'

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

20 Jan 1804

to »av, his Majesty enjoys perfect health, except being afflicted with the rheumatism, hlls Majesty transacted military business with (he Duke of York on Monday, signed several Commissions, ice. The Duke of York and Mr. Addingfon waited upon his Majesty

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

4 Jun 1904

casaba. might keeled at Pollee Moir, mem thwas h h.i.g . • whoa is Mr. COMBAS remark Mr. Thomas was impertieent. He moved that the. Ith. said this wen lathed IP oa Mr. Thomas that his Meer was In' is cell with a hothath___._thb my waseilebiothey. Cam

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Sheerness Times Guardian

Sheerness Times Guardian Kent, England

7 Oct 1871

even celebrated Dublin hotels. What a pity it is some Irish leader does not turn his attention to the soap-and-broom and scrabbing•brufh question! TALKING of Ireland, Mr. Disraeli told an admiring rural audience that at the International Exhibition the

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

3 Jun 1814

Wirtraberg was M. comimniod by the Wirtraiberg Minuter. l(<-r Majesty was attended by Mr. Ihwbrow her Vice Chamheriain, the Countess of Maeeles field, Lady Mary Paelctt, and Lady Mary- Tavlor. At sPdort, the Qneen, Princesses Ao'caslasuril Mary, went in their

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

4 Jun 1833

to h.s his. unbiassed opinion. his judo-maot, his enlightened conscience, oughtnotto •acnlieo vou. to any man, or to any set of men livmir . Thev ace trust from Providence, for the abuse Your representative owes you, not his industry only, but hi 9 judgments

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Bromley & District Times

Bromley & District Times Kent, England

23 Aug 1889

and onnndod Mr. Siiiimonds that hi* s.i—ostion w.isonlv mado Ixsanw faiksl to linda s,sondor. To moot Mr. Sinimonds objection, howpvor. ho would movo that tho imittoi Ito | Hist poms | for fortnight. Mr. said ho would gladlyscond that. Mr. tJoduoy s.iid

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

12 Aug 1828

and seek Vo deprive their Fathers, Sons, Brothers their birthrights ! yLond Cheers ) Mr. T. here turned god bowed to the Ladies, aod said it waa at once his duty, and his pleasure to attend to the interests of the Town of Duser and the wishes of bis Cowtiloents

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

20 Aug 1805

Lodge, Mr Oh! had the honour of being intioduced to hi*' Mojisi, J his principal Page, and presented to his Maiest, u Work npi'D European Commence, moat elegaotls bound: hit Majesty moll gracionslv received .t ,j conversed considerable lime with Mr. onnni

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Sheerness Times Guardian

Sheerness Times Guardian Kent, England

7 Aug 1875

80 miles, Mr. M. Stocker, of High Street, Mile Town, Sheerness, was first and second; Mr. Butler, of Reading, third. Mr. Bull, of Newport Pagmell, anti Mr. Marsh, of Wiuland Oaks, Deal, taking extra bronze medals. In the special class for Mr. Durrant's

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

6 Oct 1906

Wert. said Viscount bit. Aldep at be beetlog of tin Bask d Africa bareboldres. A. Mr. Judie , . Dome was abort to take hi. .eat is be Yobbos Court a rat bawl os hi. deg, patience. to play sib be papers. The thruiaghan fro boles& ha. dsocutered that

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

11 Nov 1905

Tariff totes sad it le hayed to preemie ter free 6,000 to 7,000 preens. Mr. accepted the levitation at Dr. Erase sad Mr. DanrCt Goideey nor at Abbot's Barton is the einsoin et his shut. la the Divans last woe was hoard the Milt et Whiner v. Wineler sad

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Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser

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

1 Dec 1906

year and a half, and who took the fine photographs which illustrated his lecture. Mr. Milton manipulated the lantern in an Ale manner. Mr. Ensell has a very p 1 mode of address, and his home d suited the men down to the ground. as was ahewn by the rounds

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Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal

Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal Kent, England

27 Oct 1797

Gren-I ville, and Mr. Windham alfifled. | Lord Grenville laid before the King difpatehes received from Vienna, tad from the Court For- lU Spencer end Mr. Windham had eudiences after the Council, and Monday next waa appointed for his Majcfty go down to

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