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February 1, 1860 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CARDS AND STATIONERY &0., AT WHOLESALE PRICES.

CARDS AND STATIONERY &0., AT WHOLESALE PRICES.

VISITING CARDS, 60 Best, Printed present fashion. Plata imisided, for 2s, sent Free by Post on receipt of Stamps. Wedding Cards for Lady and Gentleman. 50 each, with 50 Envelopes, and Maiden Name Printed inaide, for 9s ed; a Business Card Plate Engraved, and 1,000 Printed for 20
February 1, 1860 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TSAR. LANGDAP,V9 MANTIS E 8, ItaIit'ACTURED AT TIM TINE MANIIme AND CHEMICAL WORKS, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. JANUARY lsr, 1860. iIitALYSIS, on the

TSAR. LANGDAP,V9 MANTIS E 8, ItaIit'ACTURED AT TIM TINE MANIIme AND CHEMICAL WORKS, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. JANUARY lsr, 1860. iIitALYSIS, on the

:—That the Sample is fairly drawn from the bulk, and Analysis made and any difference 1 -- i e ttisd Wpm the ate • adieu gusastitee no Analisie nide. made I s Da eies mnesos, Chemist to the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, Glasgow ; or Professor WAY, ; De Zeman, of
February 1, 1860 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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February 1, 1860 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NORTH BRITISH THE KILBAGIE CHEMICAL' MANURE COMPANY, KINCARDINE-ON-FORTH, 'DEG to inform the labile that they have produced ART I- Ll

NORTH BRITISH THE KILBAGIE CHEMICAL' MANURE COMPANY, KINCARDINE-ON-FORTH, 'DEG to inform the labile that they have produced ART I- Ll

FICIAL MANURES at reasonable prices, capable of competing with Guano, and proving their superiority over that volatile manure, by continuing to nourish series of crops for years after their application. On some soils they have proved so successful that more than the difference o
February 1, 1860 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LOUD COCHRANE'S FIRST PRIZE

LOUD COCHRANE'S FIRST PRIZE

The Earl of Dundonald, at 85 years of age, has just issued the first volume of autobiography, -written with all the spirit of youth or vigorous manhood. It is the most remarkable book of the year, and -will illustrate the character of a race of seamen who were worthy of bearing
February 1, 1860 - Alnwick Mercury - Alnwick, Northumberland, England
 
"THE WANING OF THE YEAR" MAlii HEW S New Song for the Season, price 2s. to be had of Mr.

"THE WANING OF THE YEAR" MAlii HEW S New Song for the Season, price 2s. to be had of Mr.

Smith and Mr. Blair, Printers and Mr. Robertson, Upholsterer, Alnwick. ONE SHILLING PER SHARE. THE ART UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN Under the sanction of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council. First Prize, Painting, value £150. Second „ „ „ i.lOO. with 98 other Picture Prizes, f
February 1, 1860 - Alnwick Mercury - Alnwick, Northumberland, England
 
STANZAS FOB THE ALNWICK MEBCUBY. I've seen the morning blushing, With its cheerful charms in spring When each hud with

STANZAS FOB THE ALNWICK MEBCUBY. I've seen the morning blushing, With its cheerful charms in spring When each hud with

life was flushing, And the birds for joy did sing. I've seen the summer glowing With its blossoms and its flowers; And the waters gently flowing, In this beauteous land of ours. I've watch'd the autumn bearing Her rich, ripe fruit and corn ; When a bronze her face was wearing, A
February 1, 1860 - Alnwick Mercury - Alnwick, Northumberland, England
 
A GROWING stringency in the Money Market appears from the fact that yesterday the Bank of England

A GROWING stringency in the Money Market appears from the fact that yesterday the Bank of England

W:ETDNESDAT MOPING,' FEBRUAR 1. |A GROWINC stringency ia the Money Marlet appears frr the fact, that yesterday the IBaukS of EngIand- I _: A . . I A ?? _ _ AA $. MT4 i raised its rate f, dis ount toefour p cent. This Seems to have arisen fret the continued drainage of bullion con
February 1, 1860 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE FARMERS' JOURNAL.

THE FARMERS' JOURNAL.

LONDON MARKETS-MON]DAY. fth CORN EXVJI[AAGB, MONDAY JAE.R on 3 ff English wheat met a slow sale, but picked samples ?? 14kiOof at laosl teek's prices, whilst damip parcels remtain' vnsalable. Pr-ices l for foreign were tinvoried. country flour itt modoralo requcot. Fine barley t
February 1, 1860 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England