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THE FIELD.

THE FIELD.

horses, from 701. to 901., with drays and harness, from 821. to 13W.; working bullocks, per pair, from 171. to 361. ; milch cows, from 41. to 81. At Melbourne supplies are in great demand, and large sales have taken place. Bread stuff., rice, spirits of all descriptions, and ind
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
SEPTEMBER.

SEPTEMBER.

.... 6I Leicester 21 Newmarket F. 0....27 ....IS Lanark 22 Nortballettoa 99 ....20 Manchester Autumn!! OCTOBER. Cheater Autumn .... 4 1 Rlebmond 19 1 Newmarket 24 Newmarket 9. 10
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD.

THE FIELD.

wheat, or 32 of barley, the sooner it is turned to pasture the better. This process, which is certainly going on to some extent, creates a demand and increases the pnce of lean stock; but we must look forward to the time when the farmers who once sent wheat to market will send m
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEW RULES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

NEW RULES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

The following is the substance of the new rules adopted by the Royal Agricultural Society for the purpose of checking the system of fattening up the stock exhibited at county shows as Breeding Stock, with oil-cake, milk, Arc., to a degree which rendered the animals torpid, langu
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

MONDAY.—Consols opened this morning at 1001 1, and were last quoted at 10001 ex div. TUUDAY.—Consols opened this morning at 1001 to 101, but with little doing. Foreign Stock and Share markets quiet. There has been but a limited amount of business transacted to-day in the Stock E
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
TALK OF THE DAY.

TALK OF THE DAY.

How many "good things "—how many stories are current in society, which never reach the columns of a newspaper ! How much, that goes even to make history, remains unknown to those most concerned—how much—that falls still-born as to fact, yet is most interesting to note in its pro
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE. Tue various departments of the Field will be tinder the direction of a gentleman of long practical experience; and

CORRESPONDENCE. Tue various departments of the Field will be tinder the direction of a gentleman of long practical experience; and

it will give us great pleasure t o receive from oar friends any communication which is of interest to them. selves, or likely to be so to the general readers of our paper. We 'ball feel particularly obliged for reports of Coursing, Crioketing, and general local news; and such co
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On Friday, the 3d lilt, at Montreal, Canada, the wife of Captain (:riffin, D.A. Adjutant-General, of a daughter.—On the 17th ult., at the Rector), Stoke-Dry, Rutland, the wife of the Rev. C. H. Swann, of a son.—On the 20th nit, at the Parsonage, Blackpool. the wife of the itev.
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
STATUARY PORCELAIN.

STATUARY PORCELAIN.

MR COPELAND respectfully invites; the attention of the Nobility, Gentry, and Public to the following Important Works, which may now be Inspected at his London Establishment. lel New Bond-street. The celebrated BUST Or THE LATE DUKE OF WELLINGTON, by Count IVOrtay, the demand for
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD.

THE FIELD.

The Right Hon. Sidney Herbert had an audience of the Queen, and kissed hands, on being appointed Secretary at War. The Right Hon. Sir Charles Wood had an audience of the Queen, and kissed hands on being appointed President of the Board of Control for the Affairs of India. The Ri
January 1, 1853 - Field - London, London, England