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RAISING OF CATTLE

RAISING OF CATTLE

all lands, and three years absolutely . - DOUBLE THEIR 29 1 / I VIBEE. Industry and a little capital, therefore, itreldone eventing to reader this one of the FAIREST AGRICULTURAL PORTIONS OF THE GLOBE, in a climate, it must be remembered, remarkable for its salubrity and invigor
May 6, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
A TROUT STREIAINI PASSES THROUGH

A TROUT STREIAINI PASSES THROUGH

the Estate, and occasionally lends its refreshing aid — in irrigating the adjacent pastures. This Mill is sadly underlet at One Hundred Pounds a year, being worth at least Two Hundred Guineas, and the Farm would readily let at 200 guineas a-year more. The value of the Estate may
May 6, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
London : Longman, Orme, and Co.

London : Longman, Orme, and Co.

NEW NOVEL, EDITED BY JAMES MORIEQ, EsQ. Now readd, at all the Librariss, in 3 vols. post svo., H E BANISHT D A SUABIAN TALE. EDITED BY JAMES AIORIER, ESQ. Author of " llajji Baba," " Zohrab the Hostage," Henry Coburn, Publisher, 13, Great Marlborough street. Now ready. in 2 vols
May 6, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING F_DITION. TEAM TO NEW YORK.I The TRANSATLANTIC STEAM SHIP COM. PA:\ Y'S new, splendid, and powerful Steamer LIVERPOOL, burthen

EVENING F_DITION. TEAM TO NEW YORK.I The TRANSATLANTIC STEAM SHIP COM. PA:\ Y'S new, splendid, and powerful Steamer LIVERPOOL, burthen

1,150 tons, and engines of 464 horse-power, Lieutenant FAYRER, R.N., Commander, will leave as foIIOWS - FROM. NEW YORK.. MaylB, 1839. July 6. August 24. October 19. December 14. Fares Forty Guineas, and Thirty-five Guineis, including Wines and all Stores. An experienced Surgeon
May 6, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EVENING EDITION. ANGLO-IRISH RAILWAY COMMIT NEC ATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUN. Sia,—l n a leading article of your

EVENING EDITION. ANGLO-IRISH RAILWAY COMMIT NEC ATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUN. Sia,—l n a leading article of your

Evening Edition Yesterday, you call the attention of the public to a meeting at the Thatched-house, at which I was Chairman. You say, " The Chairman stated, that the journey between London and Dublin by the Holyhead line, could not be made in less than sixteen hours, whereas by
May 6, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. HUME'S DINNER.

MR. HUME'S DINNER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUN. Sts—Pray do me the favour to state to your readers that I was not present at the late dinner to Mr. Hume, and that I was not invited. I should not have noticed this little matter, if I had not found that large inferences are, in some quarters, attempted
May 6, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
the benevolent single breasted coated gentlemen—( Laugh• ter)—and the quiet small bonnetted beautiful women— 1 ( Leughter)—were broken in upon

the benevolent single breasted coated gentlemen—( Laugh• ter)—and the quiet small bonnetted beautiful women— 1 ( Leughter)—were broken in upon

by the Chartists, who cried, " No peace"—who would have their own theory or nothing at all.—( Cheers.) The wise course wan to attempt as much practical good as possible. There being te.o classes is the country—one the slave class, who were without fair representation; aad the ot
May 2, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUN.

I have never received, nor ever expect, justice from the Morning Chronicle, I appeal to you, as an impartial journalist, to insert this letter, in answer to the misrepresentation, inserted in his paper this morning. An important and final tithe-meeting, after a protracted strugg
May 7, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
tion, why did the Governor calk of three hundred thou sand coloured persons ? But he would remind those who

tion, why did the Governor calk of three hundred thou sand coloured persons ? But he would remind those who

entertained such apprehensions for the safety of the whites, that it must be a long time before the negro population, however industrious, could come into the possession of the franchise in sufficient numbers to endanger the peace of the island. And again he would remind those w
May 4, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
mg entered into a contract, written or unwritten, with any other person for any hied of service, might, for not

mg entered into a contract, written or unwritten, with any other person for any hied of service, might, for not

commencing his work. according to the terms of the contract, or for absence during its continuance, or for neglecting to fulfil it, or for any other misconduct or misdemeanour, be committed by any Justice of the Peace of the parish to hard labour in the House of Correction for a
May 4, 1839 - Sun (London) - London, London, England