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HORTICULTURE.

HORTICULTURE.

We have at length been visited with sufficient frost to out off the heliotropes, dahlias, and other tender perennials in the low situations, and have thus re- ceived a plain intimation that the season of flowers is well nigh over. It will be proper to draw a little mould round t
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE.

(From the Mark Lane Express.) Great uncertainty still exists as to the extent of the potato disease : that its character is much less virulent in the country round about the metropolis than in any former season since its first appearance, is, we think, certain. We are in constan
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Printed and Published by the Proprietor, THOMAS FORMAN, at his Office, No. 14, Long-row, in the Parish of Saint Mary,

Printed and Published by the Proprietor, THOMAS FORMAN, at his Office, No. 14, Long-row, in the Parish of Saint Mary,

in the Town and County of the Town of Nottingham. AGENTS. London. — Messrs. Barker and White, 33, Fleet-street; Mr. Deacon, Walbrook; Messrs. Newton and Co., Warwick- square; Mr. C. Barker, Birchin-lane; Mr. Hammond, 27, Lombard-stieet : Mr. Thomas, Catherine-street, Strand ; Mr
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER MEETING Thubsday. Match, 100, h ft. R.M. Duke or Bedford's Quasimodo, Sst 9lb F. Butler, l Sir J. Hawley's Queensberry, Sst 3lb Templeman l Won by two lengths. Run in 1 mm 54. Handicap Sweepstakes of 10 soys each, for three- year-olds. D.M. Mr. Greville'
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Our readers will perceive, from the letter of Mr . William Bennett, to which we have had great pleasure in

Our readers will perceive, from the letter of Mr . William Bennett, to which we have had great pleasure in

giving a place in our columns, that gentleman has left his farm, and gone to in Cambridge, where we trust that his acknowledged abilities and excellent public as w ell as private character will meet their reward. His liberal enemies, as we trust it will appear in tbe sequel, hav
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENTS.LETTER.

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENTS.LETTER.

OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENTS LETTER. Tuesday, Oct. 16 You last week mentioned the deaths of two of our minor notabilities about town, Mr. Callaghan, n m li nber for Cork > and Mr - G E - AnSon - l will add a word or two to what you then said of each of these gentlemen. A jovial and
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Magistrates' Meeting.

Magistrates' Meeting.

GRAND JCRY CHAMBER- SHIREHALL. This dat—Friday. O.t. 19. The magistrates assembled this morning, in grea* numbers, Henry Dover, Esq., occupied tbe chair, and the first business was the County Lbvy.—The Rev. E. moved that the county levy tor the ensuing quatter 5-Bths of a penny
October 20, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
The October Sessions Ball

The October Sessions Ball

Was fully attended, ami the company more numerous than usual late. Lord anil Lady Wodehousc brought a large party from Kimberly, did Capt. and Mrs; Ivi s from St. Catherine's Hill. Dancing was kept with great spirit, and Mr Bird's band was most successful The Die Maitrume waltze
October 20, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
St. Faith's Fair.

St. Faith's Fair.

This great and annual fair took place on Wednesd.iv last The show of Scotch cattle was. generally speaking, good quality, but not full condition, nor the nonet.er- .it, far, as on former years. The weather was remarkably line, aud keep very plentiful, which caused a good sale, a
October 20, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England