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SMITHFIELD MARKET-LAST MONDAY. During the past week, the imports of live stock from abroad consisted of 30 oxen and together

SMITHFIELD MARKET-LAST MONDAY. During the past week, the imports of live stock from abroad consisted of 30 oxen and together

with 450 sheep, 76 lambs, and 4 calves, from Rotterdam; as, also, 202 sheep from Flushing. From other parts no arrivals have taken place. To-day we had on offer about 40 foreign beasts, and 100 ditto of sheep, the demand for which—though the quality was tolerably good—was in a s
June 13, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
LONDON OIL MAKET.

LONDON OIL MAKET.

An extensive business transacting in British Sperm; sales to the extent of 250 to 300 tuns made at 801., and holders demand 82/. to 83/. for the best quality. Head - matter scarce, and held at 82/. to 84/. Business to a trifling extent done in Common fish oils, the trade still o
March 28, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
6 0 I 96 8 6 I Mr. Ballantine urged that it had been proved that the words required by

6 0 I 96 8 6 I Mr. Ballantine urged that it had been proved that the words required by

the Act of -Parliament, viz. "Licensed pursuant to the Act," &c., were not printed in front of the defendant's house, and this was prima fade evidence that he was not licensed. It was, therefore, for him to show that he had a license. The Lord Chief Justice said that the plainti
March 28, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
MARK LANE.-LAST MONDAY. 41,?0.r market to-day was entirely uninfluenced by the 14 4 : 1°4 of the House of Commons

MARK LANE.-LAST MONDAY. 41,?0.r market to-day was entirely uninfluenced by the 14 4 : 1°4 of the House of Commons

on Friday evening bellaring the week, the arrivals of British Grain have 7 erY unimportant; but from abroad several cargoes wh.',fleat are reported, equaling 12,302 qrs., the whole of Passes to granary under Bond. Morning there was only a smallshov! of English i Iv e Xt, the qu
March 7, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
Court Circular.

Court Circular.

OSBORN HOUSE.—The Queen and Prince Albert took an airing in an open carriage on Wednesday afternon and on Thursday walked in the plantations. We understand that their Royal Highnesses Prince Albert, the Duke of Cambridge, and Prince George of Cambridge have been invited by the M
March 7, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE VILLAGES OF ENGLAND.

THE VILLAGES OF ENGLAND.

• Continental travellers, says Miss Sinclair, all acknowledge that in Britain only are to be seen those charming villages which give us ideas of rural happiness, and fill the mind with thoughts of human life and human enjoyment, the keenest interest and sympathy of which our hea
March 21, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
Stanley, Esq., and the Patrons of the Wirral Farmers' Club.' The Chairman gave "Captain Stuart, Robert Neilson, Esq., and the

Stanley, Esq., and the Patrons of the Wirral Farmers' Club.' The Chairman gave "Captain Stuart, Robert Neilson, Esq., and the

strangers who had honoured the meeting with their presence. (Great cheering.) Robert Neilson, Esq., after a few appropriate son,- tences acknowledging the toast, addressed the meeting as follows:—" From the circumstance of my brother holding a farm in this district, I feel an in
March 21, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
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March 21, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
CORN ARRIVALS.

CORN ARRIVALS.

The following are the arrivals of corn, pulse, seeds, and flour, the port of London, during the week ending March 14 :—Exomsu : wheat, 9,528; barley, 5,577; malt, 9,677; oats, 7,584; beans, 1,703; peas, 709; tares, 13; brank, ; mustard-seed, 300; and sundry other seeds, 260 qrs.
March 21, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
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March 21, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England