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SMITH, Charles Roach, Esq., F.S.A., London.
SMITH, John Sidney, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 2 copies.
SMITH, Mrs. Thomas, St. Paul's Churchyard.

SNOULTEN, Osborn, Esq., Woodville Hall, near Dovor.
SNOWDEN, J. H. G., Esq., Ramsgate.

STARR, Thomas, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Canterbury.
STARR, John, Esq., Canterbury.

STEPHENS, John Cribb, Esq., Maidstone.

STILWELL, James, Esq., Dovor.

STONE, William, Esq., Tunbridge Wells.

STRINGER, William, Esq., New Romney.

STROUD, Thomas, Esq., 11, Victoria Place, London.
SWINFORD, John, Esq., Minster Abbey, Thanet.

2 copies.


TARLETON, Francis, Esq., 2, Augusta Terrace, Stockwell.
TARLETON, Thomas, Esq., 2, Augusta Terrace, Stockwell.
TASSELL, James, Esq., Faversham.

TAYLOR, William, Esq., Greenwich.

TEMPLE, Rev. William, Rector of St. Alphage, Canterbury.
TOKER, Richard Edward, Esq., Kenfield, Kent.

TOKER, Miss Clarissa Mary Josephine, Canterbury.

TOOTELL, R. Esq., Mayor of Maidstone.

TURNBULL, W. B. D., Esq., Edinburgh.


VERRIER, Mr. W. Curling, Bridge, near Canterbury.


WACHER, Mr. John, Chislett, Kent.

WALKER, Robert, Esq., Canterbury.

WALKER, GRANT, and Co., Messrs., Solicitors, London.

WARD, Mr., Librarian and Publisher, Canterbury. 2 copies.

WATTS, Edward, Esq., Hythe.

WATSON, Robert William, Esq., Dovor.

WELBY, Mr. William, High Bailiff, County Courts, Canterbury.

WHATMAN, James, Esq., Vinters, near Maidstone.

WHICHCORD, John, Esq., Maidstone.

WHITE, James, Esq., Bridge Street, Canterbury.

WHITE, John Meadows, Esq., Lincoln's Inn Fields.

WHITE, Rev. John, St. Stephen's Vicarage, near Canterbury.


WILKINSON, Thomas, Esq., Canterbury.

WILLEMENT, Thomas, Esq., F.S.A., Davington Priory, Kent.
WILLIAMS, James, Esq., 8, Bedford Street, Bedford Square.
WILLIS, Charles, Esq., Cranbrook, Kent.

WILSON, John Elliott, Esq., Cranbrook, Kent.
WOTTON, Mr. Thomas, Westbere, near Canterbury.


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Account of these districts in the laws of K. Edw. the Confessor
The division of land by Lot, and the territorial division, or district of
the Mark (Deance), rejected as fanciful and untenable

Tabular arrangement of the antient and modern lathes, hundreds, and

bailiwicks in Kent

Borowe and towne in Kent correspond with tithings in other parts of


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Kent divided into parishes by Abp. Honorius, c. A.D. 630
The civil or common-law divisions almost wholly superseded by the

ecclesiastical (parochial) divisions, and the cause of this change

Conservators and Justices of Peace, history of

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SECTION 1. The terms'usage' and 'custom' explained

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Account of our Saxon ancestors; their love of liberty, and
devoted respect to the female sex

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Saxon liberty contrasted with that extorted by the Norman
Barons from King John

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Drayton's spirited description of Kent in Poly-Olbion, Cant.

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