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Offline linyarin

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Gravesend Free Press
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2013, 10:37:21 »
I came across this advertisement in Donald Maxwell's book, 'Unknown Kent' (1877) recently.
Although Thomas Hall of Windmill Street, Gravesend started the 'Free Press' in 1855 this is the first time I have come across it. Does anyone know how long the Free Press lasted or what happened to it?

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