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AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

ILE- ,OCXGtZVT' UltlL INTELLIGEtNCE.' 2lUSTOLa AGR:CULTURAi SOCxETY. The eighth annual exhibition of hive stock, shown in corn- ,ition for the society's premiums, took place in the Cattle PIa et, oil Wednesday last. The showv was by far the best jtht has yet taken place, both as
December 12, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WEALTH OF A STATE.

WEALTH OF A STATE.

The true wealth of a state is in a numerous, free, hardy, high-minded, active and virtuous people, in easy circumstonces, without an extreme inequality of property; a people, having means and leisure for mixing with labour, pleasurable recreation ; and with private industry, Oly
December 12, 1840 - Chartist Circular - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HE RECOLLECTIONS OF A HACKNEYCOACH.

HE RECOLLECTIONS OF A HACKNEYCOACH.

RECOLLECTIONS OF A IACKNEY- ?? COACH.I Di ,There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatie, S Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.'-SuIgtspsist. CHAPTER THE SIXTY-TEIED. q ,IWhat will the dear girl do 1' This question was put to t i1self by a wo-begone young gentleman, on th
December 12, 1840 - The Odd Fellow - London, London, England
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

MADRID, DEc. 2. [FRON OUR OWN CORRESPONDrNT.] A courier starts this evening for London. In the ab- sence of new or important matter, I avail myself of the conveyance to cast a rapid glance at the state of public opinion and feeling here, and the sources from which they emanate.
December 12, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET and CITY NEWS.

MONEY MARKET and CITY NEWS.

MONVEY MUABKL;T and CITY NBW1'S FRIDAY. It seems now likely that tbe Friench Minister N ill e. able to raise tile sumn needul" to saipply his umiediate wants by an advance from the Banik (it ?rance, against an issue ot Royal Bondls to tilc allount of 'id,OOO,OOfh, ~lO,Oo,000 Ater
December 12, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

To THE EDITOR OF 'rHE MORNING CHRONICLE. Sm-la confirmation of the truth of your remarks upon the deplorable case of Mrs. Sarah Young, I beg leave to say that I have hardly ever known ono of those commit- mcnts for c:ntempt of court to be necessary for the attainment of justice (
December 12, 1840 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Reviews.

Reviews.

li ebirwi. THE BRITISH TENIPERANCE ADVOCATE AND JOURNAL, November, 1810. LivaEsy: Isle of Aian. This number of the Advocate is full of valuable matter, and of pleasing int3lligenice as to the progress of the Temperance eause. The first arti- ele, "I Our Eucouvagsenicts," is well
December 12, 1840 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. HETHERINGTON AND "PLAIN JOHN"'S BLASPHEMY PROSECUTION."

MR. HETHERINGTON AND "PLAIN JOHN"'S BLASPHEMY PROSECUTION."

MR. HETHERINGTON AND " PLAIN JOHN"'S BLASPHEMY PROSECUTION." WE did purpose to make some comment on the spirit and tendency of such prosecutions as the infamous one alluded to in the heading of this article ; but, as we find it well done to our hands by a daily contemporary, we s
December 12, 1840 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LONDON WAR-PRESS.

THE LONDON WAR-PRESS.

- O The genius of Lord Palmerston seems to have sud- denly transferred its sinisterinfluence from the Chronicle to the Sun. We have read with disgust and horror an article in the latter journal on Monday last, headed- " Triumph of the Guizot Ministry," in which, after anlounckin
December 12, 1840 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OLDHAM.

OLDHAM.

BRITi'Sn Iy;DlA- *On the Ed instant a publiclectureon the condition and claims of Britih India was delivered in Mr rddok OOTrrc idings, by George Thomp- son, Esq., the uiistingn:shcd advocate of the abolition of slavery the udience was considerable and orderly, and a ge dnumber
December 12, 1840 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England