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lieve that the God-fearing and reflecting mass of his countrymen are smitten with so judicial a blindness to the lessons

lieve that the God-fearing and reflecting mass of his countrymen are smitten with so judicial a blindness to the lessons

of experience as a precipitate rush into the career of destruction would prove them to be; because he cannot believe that this great Empire, the luminaryof the world, from which religion and civilization radiate to the extremities of the known globe, is destined to be extinguish
03 January 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
THE DOVER TELEGRAPH, AND CINQUE PORTS ADVERTISER.

THE DOVER TELEGRAPH, AND CINQUE PORTS ADVERTISER.

03 January 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
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03 January 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
FIGURES OF GREAT cHußcir REFORMERS.

FIGURES OF GREAT cHußcir REFORMERS.

We are not about to say any thing of little Lord John and his co-labourers, Messrs. Hume and Whittle Harvey, but to notice a curious and interesting exhibition which has just been opened at Stanley's rooms, 21, Old Bond-street. It consists of statues carved in Walnut-tree wood o
03 January 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
us Clover. 100 s. IMs. 84 90 100 108 100 103 100 105

us Clover. 100 s. IMs. 84 90 100 108 100 103 100 105

03 January 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 

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To OUR SUBSCRIBERS AND THE PUBLIC. Astonishment has been expressed by some of our.staunch friends that we did not, on

To OUR SUBSCRIBERS AND THE PUBLIC. Astonishment has been expressed by some of our.staunch friends that we did not, on

entering the second year of our existence, offer some acknowledgment to )ur Subscribers and Advertising Patrons, for the support they have so liberally afforded us. Our silence tins not the effect of negligence, still less did tt proceed from ingratitude; but we felt that words,
03 January 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
Roca' EnteMorita. DOVER El .EC TION The writ for the election of two Barons to represent this Town and Port

Roca' EnteMorita. DOVER El .EC TION The writ for the election of two Barons to represent this Town and Port

in Parliament, was received by the Vorshipfnl the Mayor, on Wednesday morning ; and the anciett brazen horn being forthwith sounded, proclamation was mare for the election to take place nn Monday. That day will h e appropriated to the nomination of the candidates, Sir John Reid,
03 January 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
THURSDAY

THURSDAY

The Irish Church, and the Sale of Bread Bills, were brought up from the Commons. Several petitions were presented; from Worcester, against the Corporations Bill, by the Earl of BEAUCHAMP ; from Guildford, to the same effect, by Viscount STRANGFORD. The.house then went into commi
15 August 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
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Olt - Or) • ter - g 4 " AND CINQUE POUTS GENERAL ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY G. B. BATCHELLER, KING'S ARMS LIBRARY, DOVER. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1835. Classical, Mathematical, and English School, Dover. Terms—Boarders, Thirty Guineas, Day Pupils, Six and Eight Gu
25 July 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
DOVER STATION. LONDON BRIDGE WHARF , THE HERO. Fast and commodious Steamer, Capt. THOS. BROWN, WILL leave DOVER FOR LONDON,

DOVER STATION. LONDON BRIDGE WHARF , THE HERO. Fast and commodious Steamer, Capt. THOS. BROWN, WILL leave DOVER FOR LONDON,

with Passengers and Merehandize, every Sunday and Wednesday, at half-past Seven, returning from London Bridge Wharf, on Tuesdays and Fridays, at the same hour cubing oil Deal, weather perinitting.—Carriages, Goods, &c. to b.- at the Wharf the Day previous. FARES :—Best Cabin bs.
25 July 1835 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England