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ENCLOSURE OF WASTE LANDS.

ENCLOSURE OF WASTE LANDS.

THE Waste-land Enclosure Bill, introduced by Lord WoRSLEY in the Lower House, is still productive of considerable discussion out of doors. Those opposed to this measure contend that, if all the waste lauds in the kingdom were enclosed, the poor cottiers must inevitably be depriv
06 April 1844 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
APPEALS AND WRITS OF ERROR

APPEALS AND WRITS OF ERROR

Lord CAMPBELL laid on the table a bill for the purpose of effecting a very important object, with reference to proceedings in certain cases of appeal and writ of error. The object of the bill was, where a party convicted appealed against that conviction, and gave satisfactory se
06 April 1844 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
FATAL ACCIDENT AT CAMBRIDGE.

FATAL ACCIDENT AT CAMBRIDGE.

On Thursday Mr. Edward Jones Fox, of St. John's College, and a son of Dr. Fox, of Bristol, was driving a phaeton and pair along the Trumpington-road, in which were three of his friends, when on coming near the stone bridge the horses began to pull too strong for him. He attempte
06 April 1844 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
FOR EXAMPLE,

FOR EXAMPLE,

For every £lOO deposited, this Association will grant the Annuity placed opposite the Age ut the pan) , depositing.—From £5O and upwinds, in proportion. Age 30t040 to 45 to 50 to 53 to tiO to to 10 to 75 to MI is. u5.1E5.105.4;11.08.11:9.105.1:10.145.i,E12.108.1E15.103.1f20.05.,
26 January 1839 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
SWEDEN AND NORWAY

SWEDEN AND NORWAY

STOCKHOLM, Msrch, 12.—0 n Saturday, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, the heralds, accompanied by a detachment of the Horse Guards, read in the principal market-place of the city, the following proclamation We, Oscar, by the grace of God, King of Sweden and Norway, and of the Goths
30 March 1844 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
CONTRO V ERTED ELECTIONS.

CONTRO V ERTED ELECTIONS.

Sir R. PEEL moved for a Select Committee to inquire whether any amendment would be desirable in the existing law for the trial of controvrted elections. He did not propose to refer to that committee the important question whether any change were requisite in the principle of thi
30 March 1844 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
ADJOURNMENT OF THE _HOUSE,

ADJOURNMENT OF THE _HOUSE,

Sir R. PEEL said he should move the adjournment of the Houte Lext Tuesday week. TOLL ON LIME (WALES). Colonel WOOD (Brecon) asked leave to introduce a bill to exempt lime from toll conveyed on any turnpike road in the Principality of Wales. This motion was productive of some dis
30 March 1844 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
TESTIMONIALS,

TESTIMONIALS,

Besides the reports of the Press, Testimonials of the highest character have been received,:from numerous private individual-; and, amongst many others, from— The Lady Mayoress. Messrs. Bathe and Breach, London Tavern. T. Bacon, Freemasons' Tavern. W. Briant, Horns Tavern, Kenni
30 March 1844 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
HARBOURS OF REFUGE.

HARBOURS OF REFUGE.

Our worthy representative, Mr. E. R. Rice, appears determined the Government shall not lose sight of this important question. On Wednesday, in the House of Commons, he asked when the commission was ti be appointed fur the erection of Harbours of Refuge. To which Sir Robert l'eel
30 March 1844 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
FOLKESTONE.

FOLKESTONE.

EXTENSION OF DRUIDISM.—Among the mystical associations of the present day, but few '(if any) can claim precedence, in point of antiquity, to the Order of Ancient Druids, which dates its origin antecedent to the invasion of Britain by Julius Crcsar. A Lodge of this Order was open
30 March 1844 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England