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CORN.

CORN.

Corn, Grain, and Meal, to be subject only to a nominal rate of duty after the Ist of February, 1849. All Corn, the produce of British Colonial possessions out of Europe, to be immediately admitted at a nominal duty. In lieu of the Duties now payable on the importation of Corn, G
February 7, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL PROTEC- TION SOCIETY. AT a MEETING of the MEMBERS of the STAFFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL PROTECTION SOCIETY, and others friendly

STAFFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL PROTEC- TION SOCIETY. AT a MEETING of the MEMBERS of the STAFFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL PROTECTION SOCIETY, and others friendly

to Agricultural Protection, held at the SWAN HOTEL, STAFFORD, On THURSDAY, the sth day of FEBRUARY, 1846. The Hon. and Rev. A. C. Talbot, in the Chair: — The following resolutions wsre unanimously adopted: On the motion of Major CHETWYND, seconded by THOMAS HARTSHORNE, Esq. : Th
February 7, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
I think I see you, stand like greyhounds in the slip, Straining for the start. The game's afoot, Follow your

I think I see you, stand like greyhounds in the slip, Straining for the start. The game's afoot, Follow your

spirit. And on this charge Cry—God for Harry, England, and St. George!" Our modern statesmen appear to be demented. Whig and Tory, both alike, for the last few years have been giving away to foreign nations, on speculative notions, largely of the wealth obtained by British indus
February 7, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
Cattle inarketo.

Cattle inarketo.

ROTHERHAM, FEB. 2.—Beef, 6s. 6d. to 7s. per stone; 60. to 70. per lb.—The supply of sheep continues to be short, and the were easily disposed off at an advance in Nice. The show of beasts was good, both in quality and numder, and were all sold at about our last quotation. SALFOR
February 7, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
'o BERLIN.

'o BERLIN.

' o BERLIN. Jan. 23.—The much-talked of re-assembling of the commissions of the Zollverein, to continue the Congress of Carlsruhe, is adjourned indefinitely. It appears to be intended to wait for the measures of the English Cabinet.with respect to the corn trade.
February 16, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
vote with Sir Robert Peel. His lordship's brother, the rev, chairman, very cooly told the meeting that, though his lordship

vote with Sir Robert Peel. His lordship's brother, the rev, chairman, very cooly told the meeting that, though his lordship

had been President of the Society, he had for some time entertained the views expressed in his letter of this tiny. Major Chetwynd, in moving a resolution, d . enied that the premier was a great financier, because it was proved now that he was actually wrong in nearly all his ca
February 16, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
ii,

ii,

"The parish in which I reside had, last quarter, no poor rates to pay; the previous one only 3d. in the pound, merely to defray union expenses, and a small allowance to two aged and infirm women. Thanks to the introduction of new sources of employment—speaking volumes in favour
February 16, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
BANKING DEPARTMENT.

BANKING DEPARTMENT.

Proprietors' capital 14,553,000 Rest .. .. .... .. .. .... 3,462,787 Public deposits (including Exchequer, Commissioners of NationalDebts,Savings-banks, and Dividend accounts).. 5,054,438 Other deposits ....18,912,445 Sev n day and other bills .. .. .... ...... 963,688 Governmen
February 16, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE "GOLD OF PLEASURE."

THE "GOLD OF PLEASURE."

In answer to the enquiries of several correspondents, we furnish the following from a paper published by Mr. Bigsley. "The many experiments made upon oleiferous plants, by William Taylor, F.L.S. during the last few years, have been the result of a most valuable discovery in the
February 16, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
the demand was long suspended for British goods ; but, simultaneously with the obstruction that took place from that circumstance,

the demand was long suspended for British goods ; but, simultaneously with the obstruction that took place from that circumstance,

the successful termination of the war with China, and the general demand for British manufactures abroad, aided by the increased expenditure in railways and other general improvements of the country, did so far increase the demand for all manufactured articles that, independent
February 16, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England