(Transcribed by Ginny Lamb.)

(Notes to help interpret are in blue.  Those in brackets do not feature on the original document.  Those not in brackets describe pictures or stamps that do appear on the original document.)

 

(East Kent Gazetter, September 26 1863)

 

OPENING OF A NEW CHAPEL,

KEY STREET, BORDEN.

ON SUNDAY next, September 27th, 1863, the

PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL at

KEY STREET will be OPENED (D.V.) when

THREE SERMONS will be preached by the Rev.

W. CLARKE, late of Baldock.  Service to com-

Mence in the Morning at half-past Ten, in the

Afternoon at half-past Two, and in the Evening at

Six o’clock.

On MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 28TH,

a SERMON will be preached by the Rev. W.

MOORE, of Sheerness:  Service is to commence at

Three o’clock.  After which a PUBLIC TEA will

be provided.   Tea on the Table at Five o’clock.

Tickets, 9d. each; to be obtained of Mr. H. BAKER

and the Rev. W. CLARKE, and at the door.  In the

Evening, a PUBLIC MEETING will be held, to

be addressed by the Revs. W. CLARKE, W.

MOORE, and other friends.  Chair to be taken at

Seven o’clock.

A Collection to be made after each Service in aid

of the Chapel Fund.

The Favour of the Public is respectfully

Solicited.

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