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Cork many is—" A misery it would sti made of pithy savi rule of Accord i commit in form fit

Cork many is—" A misery it would sti made of pithy savi rule of Accord i commit in form fit

there not in d< Accouni Douglas, pit; but appeari they were! afterward J tigation fel His body, port has b and, when feet of the Death person of t Belfast animal tui swelled c shewed sy pital, win but nothin’ morning. A Man in the Ain, ication, into publ had been b: warm. It clo
05 May 1835 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Ibe Coroner— man large 1 cottld cause him to W aken, but he is now out my jurisdictiob. In fact*

Ibe Coroner— man large 1 cottld cause him to W aken, but he is now out my jurisdictiob. In fact*

there are wo parties prosecuting, and if I was to send my commitment ♦u »t would be unheeded. We iuust look upon this “•“bad ran sway, in which case we a not stay for the evidence identity j but certainly if the fee difficulty, and decline to deliver Verdict, 1 must p 11,6 * .i*
05 May 1835 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THE PREPARATIONS IN ST. PAUL’S

THE PREPARATIONS IN ST. PAUL’S

The rvorks, which are just commenced, are under the direction of the mmissionora of Woods and Forests, but are entrusted to Mr. William Cubitt, the eminent builder, who will fit St. r.'iul’s to accommodate from 18,000 to 20,(»00 spectators. The accommodati-m for those who are ad
26 October 1852 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
TO THE SCITERIKG.

TO THE SCITERIKG.

.-uj’itv, after the extraordinary influence the I * MIL 1) ELKCTRICITY has been o. ;• o, tli.it one i i.mu still ft* .: • ■ ••nio-. < l.Mg -•a life misery :ta»i dotuiitv, : 1 I*j: IX instant, and his disease • at.!.-, lev, u.n s, eunj few L''v.;*s (.'rr fhe ... i’oT.vr:.'! {'Arr
26 October 1852 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
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] ♦melit ( V will !>«• jI lorjf A*'i" sunn .-..10 .'oleuiu; ■•r } h;.!f-ycarly. in Juniia:*) ii t- ink-I Invc-imciit is roceiveil liailv l< ;v.<. : aiiil four o'.-i-n at the o.Scc3 tin Associaii-:: may from t '£i*»,o'»o ; Life. vl't, l.:i'iro j.r il.ce to the A-sured, and divided
26 October 1852 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
The SOUTH EASTERN GAZETTE. TUESDAY,^

The SOUTH EASTERN GAZETTE. TUESDAY,^

mash man may ba dose for their safety and comfort than baa yat bean aaoompliahed, i» parfoetly abTionafronva oonuariaonof thaaaniUry eondihon; and morality of coal miner* thin oonatry. with tha atatwtioe theaame alaaa in Belgium and Prnaaia, to >ay nothing of the difference m pr
24 April 1860 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NEWTON WILSON A CO.’S WORLD FAMED PATENTS.

NEWTON WILSON A CO.’S WORLD FAMED PATENTS.

NEW PATENT NURSING CHAIR, which the child auraee, amucea, exereiaea, and weigh* Telf, ie.mtnVl ingennite and utility. J recommended by the pffaa and the •hould be without one. Prwje 12«. 6d. upwerdi, Prospee WnBOirS PATENT CARPET SWEEPER, which olcane carpet thoroughly without l
24 April 1860 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
LSXHAM. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. O. FOOBD, April 25th, 1890, on the premitee, in the town of Lnsaaii,

LSXHAM. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. O. FOOBD, April 25th, 1890, on the premitee, in the town of Lnsaaii,

ALL the modern and nsafnl HOUSEHOLD FDBHITUHE and effeeta of the Ber. L W. Tapper, who ie remoriag from the eoanty, Gooeietiaf haadeomely ornamented Arehian beditaad and furniture, French, tent, and iron hedeteada, feather bode, bolaterc, pillowe, matuoaaae and hoddinf, •pon(io(
24 April 1860 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—The Earl of Malmesbury stated that Mr. Watt, one of the two English engineers implicated in the case of the Cagliari, bad been released and was now in this country. His comrade, Park, had also been admitted to bail, and was enjoying the hospitality of the British
30 March 1858 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
PLAN OF THE KENT AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE

PLAN OF THE KENT AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE

Report of the Sub-Connuitiue of the Kent Agricultural College, appointed for the purpose of considering and reporting upon the resolutions agreed upon at meeting held at the Bell Inn, Maidstone, on the 10th day of January last, and the original prospectus, with a view to the fra
09 July 1839 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England