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CONDENSED INTELLIGENCE.

CONDENSED INTELLIGENCE.

Mr. Samuel Cox. Tooting, has challenged all England for seedling Yellow Dahlias. There are now to be seen, at the White Hart at Storkbridge, Hants, four fine fox cubs, which have been fostered a beagle. What you leave at your death, let it be without controversy, else the lawyer
May 25, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Meteorological Register. in*" denoted Instruments kept at the Devon and i.on a Northern aspect, from from the ground. - v'c

Meteorological Register. in*" denoted Instruments kept at the Devon and i.on a Northern aspect, from from the ground. - v'c

1, o'ct.OCß. DAT, KTSN'I" Dew Bain 'in% Hay Bar.lh. Win. «' ea.Mar. Min.fointtthrs. Bar. 16 29.31 46 Clou. 4« 40 29.riS *l kjr 29.5u Stor. J.< 34 *4 29-»» *• s Fair 6i 43 ° ,J , 19-S1 Ditto * , J 't 30.58 Ditto 2 3"- 0 21 30. 360 ne Snow 41 50 „ V J, 29.80 53 Clou. 45 48 30.
May 25, 1839 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON and THE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON and THE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

The Duke of Wellington has lately addressed the following letter to the secretary of the Temperance Society: " Loxdox, April 29,1839. " The Duke of Wellington presents his compliments to Mr. Parker. " There nothing of which the Duke thinks more highly than he does of the practic
May 25, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION at SANDHURST.

HALF-YEARLY EXAMINATION at SANDHURST.

The usual half-yearly public examination of the officers and gentlemen cadets studying at the Royal Military College, took place Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the 16th, 17th, and 18th instant. At the close of the examinations the following officers were presented with the usua
May 25, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
CORN AVERAGES.

CORN AVERAGES.

The following Table exhibits the average jM-ite of G-rain which diitv parable fertile week commencing lias rooming is Jixed. s. d. j s. d. I u:: s d ,;WJieat.,'l.j Oats . xr ®.J- - rfjy"? Barley -... .| Rye . 0 . 3ft IMPERIAL OF THE SIX WEEKS Wheat .... 70 "9 ("taLs '25 1 Bean*
May 25, 1839 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MURDER IN CADOMAN PLACE, SLOANE.

MURDER IN CADOMAN PLACE, SLOANE.

STREET, CHELSEA. On Saturday morning last, most shocking mur- , ler was discovered to have been committed the previous evening at tho residence Mr. Edgell, . ormerly clerk of the arraigns for the county oi [tucks, and now a magistrate for the county Mid- 21, Cadogan-place, Sloan
May 24, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
PEWS IN PARISH CHURCHES.

PEWS IN PARISH CHURCHES.

PEWS PARISH CHURCHES. A question of considerable interest, and on which much ignorance prevails, came before the Chancellor of the Diocese in the Consistory Court of Chester, on Thursday sennight, the shape of a suit brought by .Mrs. Knubley against Mr. and others, churchwardens
May 24, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
PETERBOROUGH.

PETERBOROUGH.

ADDRESSES TO THE QUEEN. A hand-bill, signed by the Earl of Aboyne* the Rev. Wm. Strong, Dr. Skrimshire, and Mr. Atkinson, was issued few days ago, calling public meeting at the Town-hall, on Monday last at o'clock at noon, for the purpose of taking into consideration the proprie
May 24, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
Portsmouth,

Portsmouth,

FRIDAY, MAY 24. Arrival Iler Majesty the Queen Dowager.—lnformation was received on Wednesday evening, by Admiral the Hon. E. Fleeming, that the Hastings, 74, had got to St. Helen's, and at nine o'clock the ship anchored there. At eight yesterday morning she came to Spithead, an
May 27, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
WEYMOUTH, May 25.

WEYMOUTH, May 25.

Thursday being the day fixed for celebrating her Majesty's birth-day, was observed here with the customary honours. The several Friendly Societies in the neighbour* hood have held their respective anniversaries during week. The weather proving favourable, these rural galas have
May 27, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England