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(See 1893, 1905, 1928) • London, Tilbury & Southend railway obtained powers to run steamboats from Tilbury to Gravesend and Rosherville.This was only to carry passengers to and from their trains.

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Marks’s Church, Rosherville, built at a cost of £4,500 which was provided by the Rosher family.

• General Steam Navigation Company’s second paddle steamer “Eagle” built at Pitcher’s Dockyard also the “Northfleet” built for the China trade.

(See 1873) 1854 • Last burial at the Woodville Gardens burial ground took place.

(See 1789) • Walkers Brewery in Wellington street established under the name Alexander Walker.

• Metropolitan Board of Works introduced scheme to discharge London sewage into the Thames at Crossness.

(The resultant pollution affected Gravesend’s position as a “resort”) • Charles Dickens bought Gad’s Hill Place, Higham for £1,790 although he did not make this his permanent home until 1860.

1857 • Pitcher’s Dockyard put into the hands of the official receiver.

1855 • Gravesend “Free Press” started by Thomas Hall of Windmill Street.

• “Sir William Peel” (1,535 tons) built at Pitcher’s Dockyard.

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