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AGRICULTURAL ILLUSTRATIONS.

AGRICULTURAL ILLUSTRATIONS.

On the occasion of the presentation to Mr. Geo. Turner, of Barton, Devon, of testimonial of the respect in which his neighbors held him as a scientific and practical agriculturist, Mr. Turner in giving thanks, attributed much of his success in life to the instruction and directi
March 22, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
COLONIAL AFFAIRS.

COLONIAL AFFAIRS.

Via New Ycrk there is intelligence from Jamaica to the 21st ult. The House of Assembly had refused to raise more than 150,000 dollars to defray the public expenditure, and had passed a strong resolution on the subject of retrenchment. The question of abrogating the shipping, dut
March 22, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ST. AUGUSTINE'S PETTY SESSIONS.

ST. AUGUSTINE'S PETTY SESSIONS.

Saturday, M..rcii 19. (Present—Edward Foss, Esq, (chairman). Win. Delmar, Esq., G. If. Taswell, Esq., Wm. Hyder, Esq, and T. H Mackay, Esq ) INFRINGING THK KKCISK LAWS. Keheeca Dilnott. keeper of 3eer*hop iv the parish of Waltham, was charged upon.an inf urmation preferred again
March 22, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
CANTERBURY COUNTY COURT.

CANTERBURY COUNTY COURT.

This Court was held on Wednesday and Thursday lust, before Charles Harwood, Esq. There were upwards fifty cases on the list, but mos; of them were devoid of public interest. Sinclair v. Plunkbtt.—A summons for £2, upon a written agreement for the use of the plaintiff's wuirfrohe
March 22, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
the Towns of Dover, Deal, Margate, Ramsgate, Sandwich, and other places on the Eastern Coast of Kent. That (as your

the Towns of Dover, Deal, Margate, Ramsgate, Sandwich, and other places on the Eastern Coast of Kent. That (as your

Petitioners are advised) the amount named in the Estimate of the Expense of the undertaking under the said Chatham and Canterbury Local Railway Bill, deposited iv the Private Bill Office of your Honourable House, is wholly inadequate for the purposes of the undertaking. That the
March 22, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 

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BIRTHS. hamson. —March 17, at tha Crosswall, Dover, the wife of Mr. Coorge Adauison, of sou. Cubtkis.—March 16, at Windmill-hill,

BIRTHS. hamson. —March 17, at tha Crosswall, Dover, the wife of Mr. Coorge Adauison, of sou. Cubtkis.—March 16, at Windmill-hill,

BIRTHS. hamson. —March 17, at tha Crosswall, Dover, the wife of Mr. Coorge Adauison, of sou. Cubtkis.—March 16, at Windmill-hill, Sussex, the lady of Herbert Mascall Curteis, Esq., of daughter. MARRIAGES. Bi.aog—Snri.lino.—March 21. at St. Peter's, Sandwich, Mr. John Charles Blsg
March 22, 1853 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
R. Barclay and Curie, Glasgow, R. Steele and Co , Greenock, Do. do. John Scott and Sons, Greenock,

R. Barclay and Curie, Glasgow, R. Steele and Co , Greenock, Do. do. John Scott and Sons, Greenock,

March 22, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
implement said undertaking, to the prejudice o cumplainei s f The jury found found for the complainers.

implement said undertaking, to the prejudice o cumplainei s f The jury found found for the complainers.

implement said undertaking, to the prejudice cumplainei The jury found found for the complainers. RIGHT OF WAY—OI.K.N-Tn/i’ CASE.— SKTTT.EMEN OF THE QUESTION. Court of Session—March 16. DECLARATOR —TORRIE AND OTHERS V. THE DURE ATHOLL. This long-Utigftlcd ami important case has n
March 22, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
misfortune. Therefore, altlioimli Mr meant that Mr Mullnr was the associate of man placed beyond the pale professional courtesy. that

misfortune. Therefore, altlioimli Mr meant that Mr Mullnr was the associate of man placed beyond the pale professional courtesy. that

was not actionable, as it did not say that he was so placed. The jury returned verdict for the defenders.! Counsel for the pursuer—The Dean of Faculty and Mr Buchanan. Agent—John Cullen. W.S. Counsel for the defenders—Mr Neavcs and Mr Penney. Agents—Smith and Kinnear, W.S.
March 22, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland
 
BRITISH LEGISLATURE. HOUSE OF LORDS.

BRITISH LEGISLATURE. HOUSE OF LORDS.

BRITISH LEGISLATURE. HOUSE LORDS. 7/iurtdajt, March 17. 1 The third reading of the County Elections Polls Bill having j been moved by the Earl of Cibi.ist.k, The Marquis of Simsbury ashed for Information as to the grounds for this measure. _ The Karl of Caumsi.e said that the pri
March 22, 1853 - Greenock Advertiser - Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland