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TO ME SOLD

AGood, Strong, Serviceable PONY, with a neat Double-bodied Chaise and Harness complete, for Fifty Guineas. May be seen, during next week, at the Sbakspeare Livery Stables, Dover, on application to Mr. I. HouLsroNs. May 3rd, 1834.
3 May 1834 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
METROPOLITAN

METROPOLITAN

BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF BLUES.—The anniversary festival of this society, which was instituted in 1824, was celebrated on Monday at the City of London Tavern. The Lord Mayor took the chair, supported by Alderman Thompson, Alderman Winchester, Sir Francis Omanney, Messrs. Woodthorpe
3 May 1834 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
worthily devoted to Mr. Loudon's "Encyclopedia of Gardening." The digests of news, foreign and domestic, evince great industry, and the

worthily devoted to Mr. Loudon's "Encyclopedia of Gardening." The digests of news, foreign and domestic, evince great industry, and the

obituary, which is a distinguishing feature of the work, has many " good subjects" in the present month.
3 May 1834 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
TIME OF HIGH 'ATER AT DOVER.

TIME OF HIGH 'ATER AT DOVER.

A. M. F. M. A. M. P. Saturday, Dec 28, 12 6 I Wednesday,Jan. I, 229 2 52. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, 'sots.—The Mail Packets sail for France on Monday during the forenoon, and every other day of the week from 6 to S o'clock in the morning, so as to arrive in tune for the estasette
28 December 1833 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
eturrb anti Einibersitteo.

eturrb anti Einibersitteo.

COMBINATION PAPER, 1834. CAMBRIDGE PRIOR COMB.-Ja11.5, Mr. Power, Cath.; I'2, Mr. Saunders, Sid.; 19, Mr. Day, Cai.; 26, Coll. Regal. Feb. 2, Coil. Trin.; 9, Cull. Job.; 16, Mr. Jones, Pet. ; 23, Mr. Brookes, Regin. Mar. 2, Mr. Bonney, Clar. ; 8, Mr. Willis, Cai.; 16, Cull. Rega
28 December 1833 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 

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MARGATE.

MARGATE.

The first meeting of the Catch Club, was attended by nearly one hundred and fifty members and visitors. Mr. John Cramp being unanimously called to the chair, he addressed the assembly iu a very eloquent speech, regretting his inability to give that regular attendance which would
28 December 1833 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
MEAT MARKETS.

MEAT MARKETS.

i/I ITHFIELD, FRIDAY.—The qualities of Beef run so inferior, , notwithstanding a short supply, the quotation for the best is d. lower than on Monday,.—Mutton not abundant, but it is r good things that there is any demand.—ln the Veal trade a little improvement.—No alteration in
16 November 1833 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
SHEERNESS.

SHEERNESS.

The vessel discovered on fire near the Nore light on the night of the 4th inst. proves to be the Paragon, of Stockton, bound to London with a cargo of butter, hams, and other merchandise. flow the fire originated has not transpired, but at daylight the hull had burnt to the wate
16 November 1833 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
PRICE OF TALLOW, SOAP, &c. per 112 lb. Town Tallow, 455. (;d.—Yellow Russia, 435. Od.—White, Os. 01 —Soap do. Os.

PRICE OF TALLOW, SOAP, &c. per 112 lb. Town Tallow, 455. (;d.—Yellow Russia, 435. Od.—White, Os. 01 —Soap do. Os.

Od.—Nleltine, Stuff, 31s. Os.—Do. Rough, 20s. Od.— Yellow Soap, Os. la—MO - Wed, Os. Od.—Curd, Os. I,4l.—Grares, iSs. Od.—Good Dregs, ss. Od.
9 August 1834 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England
 
HOP INTELLIGENCE

HOP INTELLIGENCE

KEINT.-A great improvement is visible in the vicinity of Maidstone and the surrounding parishes. Barming and Farleigh have also much improved. Altogether an average crop may even now be expected. Picking may commence in about six weeks. The grounds in Boxley have much improved.
9 August 1834 - Dover Telegraph and Cinque Ports General Advertiser - Dover, Kent, England