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AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

- REVIEW OF LAST WEEK's CORN TRADE. (Frems th~e Mark-lane Baspress.) With almost an 'entire week's dry weather, and greatly reduced temperature, the growth of the young oorn has not pro- oeeded so rapidly; but progress has been madesteadilyand satisfaotorily, and the gaps occasio
April 26, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
COMMERCIAL-ROOMS.

COMMERCIAL-ROOMS.

The forty-fifth annual meeting of the proprietors was held in the reading-room of the above Institution, on Monday last, the President, B. S. Stock, Eiq, In the ohair. The Honorary Secretary, C. S. CLAnsRE. Eeq., read the notice convening the meeting, and also the audited accoun
November 29, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTEIS.-At Kington St. Michael, near Chrippenhiarm, Ite wife of Hugh Clutterbuck, Esq, a ?? Ashton-lodge, Somersetshire, the wife of ArthurtWay, Esq, a ?? r bdr borne, the wife of B. Chandler, Esq, ?? SO. el Parsonage, Gloucester, the Nvife of the
November 29, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WOOL-MARKET, LIVERPOOL, Saturday.

WOOL-MARKET, LIVERPOOL, Saturday.

WOOL -MARKET, LIVEnPOOL, Saturday. ScoTcn.-There continues a steady demand for laid Highland wool. at the quotations; white Highland is also in request, bat the best sorts are most saleable. Cheviots and tross are only ir moderate de- maud;i but as the stocks are light, holders a
November 29, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ARCHIDIACONAL VISITATION.

ARCHIDIACONAL VISITATION.

On Thursday last divine service wes performed at the church of St.. Augustine-the-Lees, in thits city, when an elloquent sermon was preached 'by thle Rev. Canon Mloseley; from Rots., vfiii14 1,5. At the conclusion of the service the venerable Archdeacon Thorp beeld his annual vi
June 14, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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THE CONVICT WILLIAM PALMER.

THE CONVICT WILLIAM PALMER.

THE CONVICT WILLIAM PALMER1. ~hefolowig ?? elaionto the case of this ,,ifiul riina ae gthredfrm vriussources. We ran. of ousevoch orther ntie orrctess, but we have ~cededextactng ny tatmens wichhee on their fates Mit.W. EICAATI OF ,IISTOLACO TlE Tittras. ?? TtIAL.'-Under this hea
June 14, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
POSITION OF THE MINISTRY.

POSITION OF THE MINISTRY.

rOSITION OF THE MINISTRY. IT seems to be taken for granted in many quarters that a change of the British Ministry wvill soon follow a declaration f peace * and' some- odd statements have been published concerning individuals who are alleged to aim at becoming the successors of th
March 29, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. Dec. 7, at the Hermitage, Ryde, near raramitta, the wife of John Baxiand, Esq, twin-dauglhters. March 10, at Ciifton, the wife of Major Henry Lawford, Madras Artillery, a motbsorent March 1, at Lianfoist, Mfonmoutboldre, the wife of Mr. D. Marsden, Llanfoist Brewery, a So
March 29, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

WITNESS TO CHIARAcTEER.-A.Mrs. M'GIlasharn, giving evi. dence to character in the case of a woman charged with theft, said she was " a decent, honest, drunken creature." HOUSEHOLD MoT'o ron BLACEBUEN HoUSEWivES-AnY. I thing for pease and " guietnese."-Punch.: iIEASON POn GIVING
September 20, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL IMPORTS.

BRISTOL IMPORTS.

In the Ani, from Tobago: J. Conningham, 14 lids 43 tlerees 44 brls sugar, 58 pans 2 lids rum, I ?? turtle shell, 1 box succades, 6800 cocoa H nuts *1 . Ilichardg, ! bri 2 kegs sugar; Garrard & Bartram, 30 ppa e 2 hds rnm In the Eling, from St. Vianct: J. Cunningham, 116 lfds 41
September 20, 1856 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England