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THE FARMERS' JOURNAL.

THE FARMERS' JOURNAL.

e: d THE FA.RMERS' JOURNAL. EXETER MARKETS. CATTLE MARKET.-An unusually thin market,,even when we take into consideration the fair at Alphington on WVednesday, an occurrence which is generally considered to affect the sup~ily fN the following 'barket here. In some degree this' ma
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS.

COUNTRY MARKETS.

6 SaTfToK, Tuesday.-Wheat,Cas id to s Od; Barleys 9dto 8~s :1j, ;Oats, from 2s 3d to 2s' 6d per bushel. Beef, did; MUlitton, Cd to O. ; Lamb, 7d; Pork. Od per lb. Fowls, 2s 84 to: 2a 10d; Ducks, 2s 104 to s OCd per couple. New Potatoes, 3d to -id per quart. Butter, Sid to '9d per
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

(1Extracted from the Mark Lane Expres.) By the official account pust published, it appears that the imports into the United Kingdom during the month ending 5th of June amounted to 984,00Q quarters of grain and pulse, and that 341,904 cwts. of foreign-manafactured Flour were rece
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WOOL MARKETS.

WOOL MARKETS.

LONDON, June 27.-The amount of business doing in oui market continues on a limited scale, and it is generally thought that dealers will refrain from adding to their stocks until the result of the early fairs is known. The supply in the metropolis is increasing, and there are num
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

EGLOSCRUC, NOW GENERALLY CALLED ST. ISSEY,* sp IN THE DEANERY OF PYDER, CORNWALL, var TO THE EDITOR or THE EXETER FLYING POST. Up( The Ohurch of Eglosocruc, in Bishop John's deed of appro- priation to his chapter of Exeter, between the years 1116 and 1191, is described as being
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 

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SOUTH DEVON.

SOUTH DEVON.

DAWLISH. thei NAnnow ESCAPE.-On Tuesday last a little boy named Walters, son of M1r. Walters, painter, fell into the sea on the outside of the Jetty, and would have been drowned I had not his father, who happened to see the aoeident, jumped a le in after him. Both were in the wa
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
NORTH DEVON.

NORTH DEVON.

BARNSTAPLE. TOWN COUNCIL.-An adjourned meeting oT the Council was held on Wednesday last; W. Avery, Esq., Mayor, in the chair. Mr. Marsh stated that the water committee were only waiting the leisure of the Surveyor (whose attention had been so much occupied of late by the market
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

N ;EW ZEALAND,-For CAN- 3: I :& 1 TERBURY, Wellington, and New Ply. 7!; ! ?? the magnificent Aberdeenclipper sbip T. it F l JOHN TAYLOR, A I l0 years, J. h. CAW- KITT, Commander; Loading in the East India Docks. To sail from the port of London punotually on the 5th of July. Last
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE EXETER FLYING POST.

THE EXETER FLYING POST.

THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1853. WE are still without any definite news from the East. Warlike preparations, on a most extensive scale, are being carried on; and so far as appearances at present indicate, there is we fear too much reason for supposing that Russia will proceed to extremi
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MISCELLANEA.

MISCELLANEA.

The water-power of Niagara Falls is computed at mn 4,1531,14-1 horse-power, which is nineteen times greater than in all the motive-power of Great Britain, and there would be a Surplus after working all the factories of the world, or SORROWS OF THE JNCORtRUPTIBLE.-By-the-by, the
June 30, 1853 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England