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SAMPFORD COUftTENAY,-1DEV01 0T Obe LET, by Tender, for a Term of 10 T 1 years from Michaelmas next, all that DESIRABLE FARM NE! called Middle Rowden, containing 120 Aores (more or n t less) of Arable, Pasture, Meadow, Orchard, and Moor aond Land, with a convenient :Dwelling House
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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FORS DECAYED C STOPPING A- a TEETH. iyt patron ised by hier Majest y, the Queen ; his Royal ffig~lsne aPI Plrin cc Albert ;her Royal Highness the Due/ess of Kent, I his GrarT' the A rthbishop oj Oanterbury~; and nll the Sev Nobility, is R Mr, HOWARD'S WHITE SUCCEDANE UM whi T OR
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WALLS COURT FARM.

WALLS COURT FARM.

.. I . . - - 1 _ .r . ?? Walls Court farm lies about four miles from the town of Bristol, and consists of 560 acres, of which there are 110 arable; the rest are kept in meadow and pasture. Part of the farm is retentive, resting upon lias limestone- part is friable, resting on th
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CALENDAR OF OPERATIONS.

CALENDAR OF OPERATIONS.

(From the Gardeners' Chronicle.) FLOWER GARDEN AND SHRUBERINES.-The pegging down and otherwise arranging the growth of the plants recently bedded-out,should be proceeded with as they advance; make up failures, and pay every attention to their well-doing. The last ofthe spring-fl
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LONDON MARKETS—MONDAY.

LONDON MARKETS—MONDAY.

LONDON MARKETS-MONDAY. OLD CORN EXCHANGE, MONDAY, ?? 27. ?? l; USBORB.V and SONNS ewspaper.) WaZAT, pee qr .s. s. OATMEAL. English, White w... ne 45 55 Scoteh . Per ton £11 tol2 Red. 38 4G Irish . ,, 10 11 Irish ?? F . S. Scotch . . . . English, Matting. . 32 36 Danzig 4 5 ,, Dis
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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WHEAL EXMOUTH AND ADAMS UNITED MINES.

WHEAL EXMOUTH AND ADAMS UNITED MINES.

IWHEAL EXMOUTH AND ADAMS UNITED MINES, At ?? Meeting, held at the Offices on Monday last, Thomas Glover, Esq , Chairman, the following satis- factory report of the Mines from Captain M. W. Martyn was read- and ordered to be printed and circulated among the Shareholders. ,, Gentle
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXETER CITY SESSIONS.

EXETER CITY SESSIONS.

These Sessions were held ?? the Recorder, (Mr. Sergeantc Kingleke,) with whom there were on the Bench-The Right Worshipful the Meyor, the High Sheriff (T. El. Drake, Esq.), the Under Sheriff (T. Hartnoll, Esq.), J. D. Osborn, J. Harris, G. C. Hoiroyd, C. Brutton, R. Bastard, and
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
DEVON MIDSUMMER SESSIONS.

DEVON MIDSUMMER SESSIONS.

-- M.-aov f These sessions were opened on Tuesday, at the Castle, before W. P1. PtA5D, Esq., Chairman, and the following Magistrates;-C. Gordon, jun., J Snithb, J. Silliflant, M. B. Bere, J. Garratt, jun., J. Milford, T. D. Acland, Esqrs., Hon. W. V. Addington, leYds. J. Huyshe,
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

THE HOME OF MY YOUTH. Tho boli of illy yoith was a calm, qujot spot, Where life's bIss' cares were ?? and unknovvn, Thc ivy's green leaf that encircled my cot Srecin'd all eubicl of years that had ovcr me flown. Unelouded by sorrow, ntichetioelrrd with pain, Tooe molents sped on
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

The individual that stole a march has been put in the same cell with Procrastination, the thief of Time. WHERE TO SEE A GENUINE IiSHrIAN.-Pay avisit tothe " Cove of Cork."-Digences. "1 Patrick," said a lady to a slip of green Erin,who was officiating in the kitchen, "where is Br
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England