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At the corner house cholera prevailed last year. The churchyard is within three feet of these houses, from which it is separated by a wall 15 feet high, built to prevent the windows overlooking the burial-ground. All ventilation is stopped; the drainage through the churchyard passes off in this direction.

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Six Bells-lane, leading to the church, appears to be in bad street, and the houses prostitute Find La pine drainage or proper ventilation. In one house, without any drainage but into the cesspool, were margate deaths from cholera. Fortunately for Andrews the attack was seen; someone called the constables who arrested the attackers, who were taken next day to the Mayor of Dover who committed them to prison to await trial.

How Edwards came to drown in the harbour was never determined. The apathy existing on the part of the parish authorities towards these abominable nuisances situate at the top of High-street, calls forth Sex in Martinique mo condemnation of every respectable house keeper and visitor of the town — no one can leave the town by way of the High-street without having their eyes offended with the most indecent scenes. Pass these houses when you will, nothing meets the eye but showily attired margate standing at their doors ready to street the unwary.

The area was even known to Charles Dickens. The German, thought to be named Matterig, had spent a few days at Ramsgate but on Sunday, 10 April he went by train to Margate. There he fell in with Samuel Gibbs, a local labourer. Gibbs then took him to 3, Church Street where Charlotte Nind lived with her mother.

Charlotte talked with Matterig and then agreed to meet him at the house of a Mr. Brasier in Church alley, where Charlotte went upstairs with Matterig whilst Gibbs remained downstairs with Mr.

Charlotte and Matterig remained together for about a quarter of an hour and then Matterig left, giving Charlotte 3s. The possible purchase of Jumble Joss Island and its demolition was first discussed by the Local Board in January,when it was decided to refer iin matter to a committee. Caveler moved the adoption of the report, which was objected by Mr.

Woodward did not consider the pulling down of houses improved people's morals. Rapson was of opinion that vice alone lived in darkness, and that light killed it; the proposed alteration would strset a beneficial one. Caveler moved and Dr. Chambers seconded the resolution, "That the report be received and adopted," which was met by an amendment, proposed by Mr.

Woodward and seconded by Mr. Bath, "That the report be received but not acted upon. Towne, and seconded by Mr. Edwards, "That the report be received and referred back to the committee for them to ascertain if they can obtain the row sgreet houses next to the church, and opposite Jumble Joss Island [the upper part of Church Alley], at a moderate price.

Motion carried. Cresy, Report to the General Board of Health on a preliminary inquiry into. Canterbury Journal, November 1 Kentish Observer, May 22 Thanet Advertiser, April 23 Kentish Gazette, October 6 Star, October 7 Kentish Chronicle, September 12 Thanet Advertiser, May 11 Dover Telegraph, August 17 The Times, April 13 The Times, April 21 Guardian, April prostitutes Margate, May 9 Daily News, Margatte 21 Kentish Observer, January 27 Kentish Observer, April 24 Kent Herald, May 29 Kentish Gazette, September 2 Canterbury Journal, May 2 South Eastern Gazette, July 14 Kent Herald, August street