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CARNARVON HARBOUR TRUST.

CARNARVON HARBOUR TRUST.

. The Monthly Mfecting ofttho Trmst vas held in. the Harboui office, on. the nmorping of Ttesdav Ilst, Mr. Owen Jones in the chair.. The ruinutes of the ?? monthly meeting having been read, the account of the Collector of .. harbour dues, storage, &c., was laid before the trustee
August 12, 1845 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Agriculture, &c.

Agriculture, &c.

l -iflt rr, vr,. DRAINING, A PIRIAN}F.N:t IMI llOVSMEX'T. The following are ?? fromI the ?? on this subject given by Milr. ParIces, ?? en. gincer to the English Agricultural Socicty, be tore the Lords' committe, on th e cgiiti entailed estates with the expense of the opera- lhave
August 12, 1845 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

Soun LAXC/SIIsue.-TnE PROSPECTS OF TIIE IIAeVEsT.-Tlhe pro. gress of tble corn crops towards rilseness since our last has been much less rapid than might have been desired, though a perceptible advance has taken place in South Lancashire, Tuesday was a very bad day, being both w
August 16, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
NORTH DEVON.

NORTH DEVON.

NOTl'fH DEVON. MSIMANOIJOLrY AiJcil).NT.-O1 Wednesday last, a lady viaiig Illrtilcoiibo wellt to l ?? lurill,, the Littl that thoe vijid voas blowing very mtroug aid a rougliq jeo ritu ini, end, qitholigh ilito to swim, wis, by the rolighiloss of tblo soa plaped it) 4 tpes; pulri
August 28, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXETER MARKETS.

EXETER MARKETS.

THE FARMER'S JOURNAL. CATTLE M ARKET.-I-.n this Markot ftcl supply of FAT B1ULL tOCKtS w055 igatin saiell, and th eec were sold, wvithI a fill Hsupport. of fate prices. We tvill first, however, speak( of the sale lof'six flue Oxen, at a rate quite ?? perscore, A couple of ptrimi
August 28, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

IHEALTH FOR ALL"! PATRONIZED BY THE GREATEST NOBLES IN THE LAND. TT OLL 0 W A Y ' S P I L L'S. 1 Copy of a ;Letter from RIB GRAcE THEB Ducri o; PORTLAND to MIs. ANN MELLISH, (one of his Tenants,) IhoN His Grace was pleased to send as a Patient to the Proprietor of this Extraordin
August 28, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH, DEVONPORT, &c.

PLYMOUTH, DEVONPORT, &c.

awe M, m DEVOrJpO v FANCY FAIR AT SALmTBM.-A grand Fancy Fair ,was held on tha beauitifll domain of the Earl of Morlty, at Saltram House, Thn rsday, and continued on lFridqy, ju aid of the Plympton St. Mary Schools. Thousands of the most respectable t inhabitants of Plymouth, Dev
August 21, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

The Twentieth Half-yearly general Meeting of the Pro- t rietors was hold at ?? s Oiiicos, Bristol, oi Thurasday last. There waso a very full ?? of ShMeholUlOrS. Precisely at one o'clock, CHARsLus itUssELt., Esq., sAte., Chairmnan of tboe Board of Directors, presidod. IThe Secret
August 21, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CORNWALL ASSIZES.

CORNWALL ASSIZES.

NISI PRIUS. Rowe v. Williains.-Mr. Cockburn and Mr. Smith weve counsel for the plaintiff, and Mr. Merivale for the defendant, This was a simple action of debt for fE7. The verdict for the defendant. Tomns v. Marlin.-Mr. Sergeant Kinglako and: Mr. Slado were counsel for tre plain
August 7, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

late Mell of gt. vtcane. This well, situate about three miles from the town of Liskeard, and within a short distance of the chuoch of St. Keyne, is the most celebrated spring in Cornwall. The only thing at ill striking in the locality is the four large trees-an oak, an ash, an e
August 7, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England