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England. During June and July there i* often tolerably severe frost, but this port I believe anorr hns never been

England. During June and July there i* often tolerably severe frost, but this port I believe anorr hns never been

aeon. From the commencement of October until the end of March the hot winds arc felt at frequent intervals. These winds blow from the Nirthv.unl, and their coming from that point the compass thus accounted for: It supposed (and with much appearance probability) that the fa- inte
December 3, 1856 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
€ijc Cor nisi) trlrpaSi.

€ijc Cor nisi) trlrpaSi.

December 3, 1856 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
TITANTED, an active and intelligent STEADY MAN VV to so with, and take the management of a portable Steam Threshing

TITANTED, an active and intelligent STEADY MAN VV to so with, and take the management of a portable Steam Threshing

Machine. one need apply who has not had the working of one, and who cannot give good reference for ability and integrity. Apply stating wages and particulars, to Mr. W also ken, Wisbech. (11,064
December 6, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
G. C. KERRY

G. C. KERRY

Debt collector, estate, and general AGENT, 3. Elm Hill, Norwich. (8472 PATENT CONDENSED EGG. an excellent substitute for the Fresh Ejg. Sold in Packets 4d. each, equal Six Ejrgs. JAMES HARDY. St. Stephen’s, Norwich. (11,055
December 6, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
MUNICIPAL AUDITORS. TO THE EDITOR OF TOE NORWICH MERCURY.

MUNICIPAL AUDITORS. TO THE EDITOR OF TOE NORWICH MERCURY.

Sir,— Mr. Robert Butcher’s letter iu your Saturday’s publication, ascribes to me an opinion for which the report in your paper gives him no warrant. I do not contend that the auditors possess a veto on the payments of the Corporation, but that the duty cf an auditor not of so fo
December 6, 1856 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
BUTTER, HAMS, BACON. & LARD, Nov. 28. Very little was done in Irish Butler b the early part of last

BUTTER, HAMS, BACON. & LARD, Nov. 28. Very little was done in Irish Butler b the early part of last

week. A alight improvement occurred in the demand towards the clow, and business was transacted to fair cstent material change in prices. Foreign was not in active request. Bacon was slowly dealt in further reduction Is. to 2*. Of Hams and Lard, nothing new report. PISH MARKET,
December 2, 1856 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET, Finn*. Uobdat. Dec. 1. 1h» import* of foreign gtock into London I*#t wen lolenUy timß of y»au—the total tnpply amounting 4014 bead. In the corropoadiag week, 1855. focdrrf 6.W2; » 6.683; in 1863, 6.642 in 1853,3,824; in 1851,6^93; and in 18SO, 8,703 h
December 2, 1856 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
NEWGATE A LEADENIIALL, Mobdat. Dec. I. Tbe Riippliw ot both town and couulry-kiltod mat on tale, to-day, aie reasonably extensive, and the trade generally is rather inactive, as follows;

NEWGATE A LEADENIIALL, Mobdat. Dec. I. Tbe Riippliw ot both town and couulry-kiltod mat on tale, to-day, aie reasonably extensive, and the trade generally is rather inactive, as follows;

NEWGATE LEADENIIALL, Mobdat. Dec. I. Tbe Riippliw both town and couulry-kiltod mat on tale, to-day, aie reasonably extensive, and the trade generally rather inactive, follows; Par Mr, link lit offal. ... ts 4d Veal 8a *4 4s ad ... 4s 641 Pork 8s *<l
December 2, 1856 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
LOCAL ITEMS.

LOCAL ITEMS.

Earl Fitzliardinge has kindly presented the Cheltenham Court (No. 2256) of the Ancient Order of Foresters, with a handsome stag’s head and horns, which forms a portion of the insignia of the order. Vice-Admiral the Right Hon. Sir M. Fitshardinge Berkeley has resumed his duties a
December 6, 1856 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE SECOND CONGRESS AT PARIS.

THE SECOND CONGRESS AT PARIS.

THE SECOND CONGRESS PARIS. The Nord, the Brussels organ of Banian view** writes as followst "While recognising the justice and legality of the arguments adduced by Russia in favour of the masting of the Conference, the cabinet of the Toileries has to take into consideration the r
December 6, 1856 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England