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AGRICULTURE. To the Editor of the Yorkshire Gazette. Sir,—On Christmas day I received through the Oldham post your paper of

AGRICULTURE. To the Editor of the Yorkshire Gazette. Sir,—On Christmas day I received through the Oldham post your paper of

the 11th November. 1 presume my anonymous friend who sent it wished to call my attention to letter (headed what must the Farmers do) from your correspondent a practical agriculturist, but hit. Editor.the question as to what farmers arc do may now lay at rest, for your correspond
January 9, 1836 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

The York and Ainsty Foxhounds meet Monday, Jan. 11, at Crocky Hill; Tuesday, Jan. 12, at Street-Houses; Thursday, Jan. 14, at Copgrove; and on Saturday, Jan. 16, at Aldw ark Wood ;—each morning at half past Ten o'clock. The Dukr of Cleveland's Foxhounds meet on Monday, Jan. 11,
January 9, 1836 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Jan. 6.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Jan. 6.

We have a short supply of Wheat this morning, and for the parcels disposed of, Monday's prices were fully supported. In Barley the trade is flat, but without any alteration in price. The Oat trade, as regards price, is unaltered, but at present very little business doing. In Bea
January 9, 1836 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWSPAPER REPORTS.

NEWSPAPER REPORTS.

Mr Stapylton said no man was greater friend of the press than he was ; aud no man had suffered more from the press than he had ; and he believed his position in society had materially suffered from it. He had however allowed them report speeches for him which he never made, and
January 9, 1836 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
O'CONNELL AND THE WESTMINSTER ELECTORS.

O'CONNELL AND THE WESTMINSTER ELECTORS.

have much pleasure in referring to a letter Francis Bcrdett, to his constituents, in reply M Irish Dictatorand Busybody.an extract,or ratberthe bod| which tve have given iv another column. The remarks are pungent, and his arguments well directed] and the short time required for
January 30, 1836 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

V' ivKshire Bund School—Geo. Cholmley, ■~ of Howsham, has presented donatiou of to this ••ting charity ; the Corporation of Doncastcr have also made Br first payment of an annual subscription of £10 10s ail lon the sum which they contributed on the first foundation of ■ institut
January 30, 1836 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
GUILDHALL, YORK.

GUILDHALL, YORK.

Tuesday, Jauuary 26. Before the Lord Mayor; the City Counsel, Aldermen Hotham, and Wilson, and Messrs. Barber, Cooper, Si-ENCEa, and Smith. Obtaining Monet under False Pretences.— Tohn Blacker, (whom we noticed in the second edition our last number, as having been apprehended in
January 30, 1836 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

("From the Edinburgh Reriew for January.) The extent of land occupied by wastes, commons, and common fields, about the middle of last century, was surprisingly g-eat. ar.d was. indeed, a standing reproach the country- So late as 1770, fully ibs of the sur ace of Bedfordshire con
January 29, 1836 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM.

BIRMINGHAM.

MEETING OF THE POLITICAL UNION. The " great meeting," called by the Council of the Birmingham Union, to address the King and petition the House of Commons for, among other things, " an organic change in the constitution cf the House of Lords," and " a more efficient measure of c
January 23, 1836 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
TO THE MECHANICS AND OPERATIVES OF LEICESTER

TO THE MECHANICS AND OPERATIVES OF LEICESTER

D'arFel'ow Countrymen, after nearly a week's absence Have just returned hotre, and have only this evening at a to come, and were it not for anxious v remove far as in mv power, the false impressions which the " Ea-iical leaders" endeavour to make upon your P'iuds. should not att
January 1, 1836 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England