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APRIL r.KI I-.IUMi FLOI'KS. | read with great attention and Air. Hiper's letter this subject your last week ; but

APRIL r.KI I-.IUMi FLOI'KS. | read with great attention and Air. Hiper's letter this subject your last week ; but

not without the unavoidable conclusion, that had, his defence of artificial manures, prom/ /no lt. lie assumes it absurdity suppose the ,iut.'itw of turnips frown nnv unwholesome) and contends that far otherwise, that even more wholes'»me than (hat of turnips grown without chemi
April 6, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
METEOROLOGICA [From the Botanic

METEOROLOGICA [From the Botanic

IRS3. Bsrom. March Wa.m. a.M. p.m. 21 , 38.78 I 3S 38 22 28.79 84 , 37 23 28.80 83 ! 24 28.81 34 i 25 I 38.85 l 38 26 28.88 33 ; I 38.91 38 42 28 28.91 41 1 29.02 , 43 30 |2B 73 41 ! 50 31 28.58 43 1 50 Apr. 1 28.27 I *4 2 I 28.46 48 I 53 3 38.38 48 21. fine with heavy clouds—sn
April 6, 1853 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
NEWCASTLE, NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM POULTRY SHOW.

NEWCASTLE, NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM POULTRY SHOW.

NEWCASTLE,NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAN. POULTRY SHOW. - This interesting exhibition which has for several week been much discussed amongst the admirers of the fea- thered tribe, took place in the Corn Exchange, in this town, on Wednesday last, and the decided success of the society
April 1, 1853 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

IHE BALE of the two Houses and opss in East Holborn South Shields, in the occupation of Jrames Taclllaad tnii WM. Dunrt, V1nt NOr TAXE I'LACB. Morda St-, 1053. W O I" F I C E 8 10 LET, in MoCley-Street. T . Apply at 34, Mosley-atreet. -UAIlItYIBURN IVE.WERY and MALTING TO Q I.ETI
April 1, 1853 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE MARKETS.—Saturday.

THE MARKETS.—Saturday.

THE MARKETS.— Saturday. Covent-gabden. — Fruit* — Pine apples, 6s Od to 10s Od ; hot-house grapes, 20» to2_.s i>er lb; Hamburgh do., Is to Is 6cl per lb; straw- berries, Ss per ounce ; apples, dessert, Ss to 13s Od.; cooking ditto, 6s to 12s per bushel ; pears, is 6d to 4s per do
April 4, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXPERIENCES OF A THREE MONTHS'.RESIDENCE IN IRELASD, WEST OF.THE SHiXNON.

EXPERIENCES OF A THREE MONTHS'.RESIDENCE IN IRELASD, WEST OF.THE SHiXNON.

EXPERIENCES OF A THREE MONTHS' RESIDENCE IN IRELASD, WEST OF THE SHiXNON. Chapter III. educational institutions. The provision for carrying out tbe poor-law system in the Galway Union consists of a large, well built, and admirably arranged parent workhouse, in a suburb of the tow
April 1, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Destruction of Rangoon by Fire. — By elec- tric telegraph from Marseilles we learn that the Overland India Mail has

Destruction of Rangoon by Fire. — By elec- tric telegraph from Marseilles we learn that the Overland India Mail has

dates from China, Feb. 10; Rangoon, Feb. 1-; Calcutta, Feb. 19; and Bombay, March 1. Rangoon has been almost destroyed bv conflagration. Exchange 2s. 0£J. China, 221 rs. per 100 dollars. Earl of Carlisle. — This most estimable noble- man, whose visit to our city has been anticip
April 1, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
i AMERICA.

i AMERICA.

[A portion of the following, by Electric Telegraph, appeared in our Second Edition of yesterday :— ] ARRIVAL OF THE STEAM-SHIP PACIFIC. (from our own CORRESPONDENT.] LIVERPOOL, Thursday. At an early hour this morning, the United States mail steam-ship Pacific, Captain Nye, arriv
April 1, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRESERVATION OF LIFE FROM SHIPWRECK.

PRESERVATION OF LIFE FROM SHIPWRECK.

«■ Yesterday, a meeting of the general committee of the Royal National Institution for the Preservation of Life from Shipwreck was held at the offices, in John-street, Adelphi— Admiral Sir Thomas Herbert, M.P., in the chair. We also observed present— Capt. Ellerby, Capt. M'Hardy
April 1, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Fatal Boiler Explosion at Thorn-hill

Fatal Boiler Explosion at Thorn-hill

-. ?? Dewsb L'RV.— On Monday evening last, a terrible but er explosion, unfortunately attended witb fatal results, took place at the Tbornhill Forge, occupied by Mr. George Armitage, Bnd situated near to the Tbornhill station on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. All tho men,
April 7, 1853 - Morning Post - London, London, England