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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

INDIA. y AdV1068 from Bobyt the 17thi, and Calcutta to tile 8th jFebruary, have beeon received. No battle had taken place, nor -any mnovement of importance, since the batftoeof Cliillianssalla. A nutmber of the enemy's cavalry, on the look-out for our Camels ait graze, came in c
March 24, 1849 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

I VA-I.- - SATURDAY, Two FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE BAmRanRPTS-W. B. Girdlestone, Southampton bo housekeeper-J. C1Oarretie, Trinity-square, ?? -. . Tyrer Clerkenwell-clOe, watchmaIkeralbolai' Back-road, St. George'e in-the-East, tailor-Charles, Cu'i ! St. Lawrence, Norwich, cabinet
March 31, 1849 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

Qromoponience. CHCUCH-RATES. To the Editor of The Bs-istol M1ercursy. Sca-In your last Saturday's leading article you affirm (and it is apparently corroborated by your correspondent, "George Pryce, Prince's street") that St. Stephen's is the only parish in this city where that vi
March 3, 1849 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

COUNC-.HosR, FRIDAY. Magistrates present: The Mayor, and Messrs. Coates, Lang- ton, and G. B. Sanders. Charles Bush and Jabez Stansbury, for throwing a stone at John Hudson, in St. James's churchyard, and inflicting a serious wound on his head, were fined 40s. and costs each, or
March 3, 1849 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AND • JOURNAL OF * HORTICVLTTIRt.

AND • JOURNAL OF * HORTICVLTTIRt.

AND • JOURNAL OF HORTICVLTTIRt. of inflammable gas within the tine, which may have generated in consequence of the dampness within, no fire having been used since last season, and may have been compressed there for months. As soon as the fire was lighted and the heat began to tra
March 14, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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To Advertisers.

To Advertisers.

From the large circulation which the NORTH BRITISH AGRICULTIIRIST, from its connection with the Arcata■ Amnon:roam, at once secured, and which is constantly increasing, it presents a very eligible medium for Advertisements, especially those of a strictly Agricultural and Horticu
March 28, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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March 28, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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under tillage. I shall this year make 800 loads of very rich manure between the lat of September and the let of June, which will give me 16 loads per acre for every root crop. I shall only have to purchase a small quantity of bones and sulphuric acid to drill with the turnips, t
March 28, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE BOTHY SYSTEM.

THE BOTHY SYSTEM.

We have, within the last month, received above twenty letters upon the uncomfortable, unhealthy, and demoralizing effects of this system. That our English readers (and they are neither few nor unimportant, thanks to them,) may understand what a bothy is, we are induced to publis
March 28, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BUDDING AND GRAFTING THE MISLETOE.

BUDDING AND GRAFTING THE MISLETOE.

Mr Beaton makes light of this operation; oonsidered difficult by many, and impossible by some. In Gardener's Magazine, vol. 13, p. 207, he says :—" Budding and graft. ing the misletoe is very simple ; merely an incision in the bark, into which a thin shce of misletoe is inserted
March 28, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland