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PROGRESS OF THE OF ARBITRATION. The Peas, Congest' hes Seen epretally devoting its energies fir tholes& death lie task dialling Vie attention. and enlisting the sympathies, of the public nuaJ the subject of huaridloisl mattes otatbitralion, which le to be iota the Ileaw of by Yr
January 5, 1849 - North British Daily Mail - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LONDON. Summonses bane beau houed for • Cablzet Cawtit, to hell on the 9th instant, by which time is that

LONDON. Summonses bane beau houed for • Cablzet Cawtit, to hell on the 9th instant, by which time is that

all the ministers wiU have arrived is town. The Bank of England have intimated to their that on the 28th of February seat the best. CO., asa r a tbi:branch at win be to on. at Bristol. and that Gloucester tram* will clued. The distance between the two tirslicbes being new very l
January 5, 1849 - North British Daily Mail - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BOMBAY—Dec, I.

BOMBAY—Dec, I.

There is little change In the import market, and the supplies have been very trifling ; only 3 vessels having arrived from England since last advises. The goods received have met with a reedy sale, and the market has at present a mere healthy appearamee, and a better pommel of a
January 5, 1849 - North British Daily Mail - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
111XLAND.

111XLAND.

ST Mai* Of the hnia• —Two in the Bantry workhouse time aro lat.. a' the ass laM end idea at very scum those ter sake rsliaf, is l alto* st..e will give a total pawn t. the to er Th.. a a gal et • galas taw! that of sod loss ail* to gnats Om parlor any ease Itf rootrasting tha 1
January 5, 1849 - North British Daily Mail - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CATTLE MARKETS.

CATTLE MARKETS.

!CTTE MUSTS. I __I LEEDS, JAN. B. A good show of beasts, and 2,500 sheep. Prices- V Beef 53 6d to 69 per stone; mutton bid to rid per lb. S Business was rather dull, particularly for beasts, part k: of which remained unsold, but nearly all the sheep d changed hands. C LIVERPOOL,
January 5, 1849 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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OUR NEW SERIES.

OUR NEW SERIES.

AND EAST-RIDINOG TIMBS. HULL, FRIDAY, JAN. 6, 1849. OE Wa begin the year with a new series of the Hul fo Packet: and we trust our readers will think pa with us that the enlarged form of the paper is Q a vastly improved form, it Although, when our arrangements are more ma- Ur tur
January 5, 1849 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
AGRICULTURE & RURAL ECONOMY.

AGRICULTURE & RURAL ECONOMY.

AGRICULTURE & RURAL ECONOXy REVIVAL OF- A c POPULAR ELEMENT ok BRITISH HUSBANDRY. "Farmers, in these days, must do their best, or they will be swamped by foreigners," is a truism that hasbcen reiterated at every agricultural reunion that has latel taken place in the rural distric
January 5, 1849 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
_gljr ?? Stan!, art.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1849.

_gljr ?? Stan!, art.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1849.

January 5, 1849 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
Another fire took place at Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, ou Thursday evening, in the farm buildings of Mr. Chivers, when a quantity

Another fire took place at Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, ou Thursday evening, in the farm buildings of Mr. Chivers, when a quantity

of com and many of die buildings were de- stroyed. The King's Head was also levelled by the flames, which are supposed to have been kindled by an incendiary. A sow, belonging to a villager'of Rait, near Dundee, lately attempted to swallow a live rat, head foremost The rat stuck
January 5, 1849 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THE WEAVERS AND FREE-TRADE.

THE WEAVERS AND FREE-TRADE.

The operative silk-weavers of Spitalfields and its vicinity held an adjourned meeting on Betnual Green last Saturday evening, and heard the report of a committee appointed some weeks since to collect facts regarding the depression of the trade, and to lay them before the masters
January 5, 1849 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England