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  • * British History Online * *

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    Smarden; Staplehurst; Tenterden; Wye. Presbyterian and Congregational. Ash parish, near Sandwich; Canterbury; Deal; Lower Deal. Undefined. Ashford; Beckenham; Cockainhill (? Crockenhill); Goudhurst; Wingham. LANCASHIRE. Presbyterian. Ashton; Bent or Chowbent; Berks; Blackburn; Blacklie; Bolton; Bolton-by-the-Sands; Bury; Chishull; Chorlton, Manchester; Cockerham; Coppull; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the prisoner, who thereupon commenced kicking and otherwise ill-using her, so much so that on arriving at a place called Crockenhill she was suffering so severely from the. violence she had received that a surgeon had to be sent for, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her, and nte cats take no solid food. A terrible affray between fruit and hop onickers is rc ported from Crockenhill, Kent. The m-en and women, nets were all drunk, commenced quarrellir,, and then ar- taclied each other with any Subscribers-only content

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    at £12,000. to the building and contents. Late on Saturday night a destructive fire occurred on sMr. Steedman's farm, at Crockenhill, St. Mlary Cray. As there was no w;ater supply, the farm-buildings, with valuable steeol and agricultural implements, and also Subscribers-only content

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    Judging from a prospectus now issued, jam- uaking is an exceedingly profitable industry when well managed. Mr. Thomas Wood, of Crockenhill, Kent, opened a jam factory on his fruit farm at Swanley a few -.ears ago, and he is now Subscribers-only content

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    distress and sale effected'that duy, and. strongly protested agaiust the cou- tinuance of such an unfair imposition. Mr. W. Smith (Crockenhill) ,seconded the, Tesolution, which whas crined. rnaninlouly.' Subsequently tbe whole part wero iu: vited to a lIUXichsuPPd iin a Subscribers-only content

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