South Eastern Gazette - Tue 18 Nov 1862

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Launched in 1846 as the Maidstone Gazette, the Gazette became the South Eastern in 1852 - a major regional title covering much of the South-East of England from East Hampshire through Surrey and Sussex to South Essex and parts of London, before being merged into the Kent Messenger after World War One.

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