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Sorrign fitteilignur.

Sorrign fitteilignur.

The Paris papers of Friday do not contain any matter of interest, except speculations on the Cabinet adventures of English statesmen.
July 6, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
limp trial V artiament.

limp trial V artiament.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—MONDAY, June 29. The Lord Chancellor took his seat on the wool. sack at the usual hour. The Earl of ABERDEEN, in reply to a question from Lord Brougham, communicated the substance of a letter from Mr. Pakenham, announcing the acceptance, without the slightest alt
July 6, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—FranAy, JULY 3.

HOUSE OF LORDS—FranAy, JULY 3.

After the CHANCELLOR had taken his seat, The royal assent was given by commission to the Sugar Duties Continuance Bill, Superintendent of Convicts (Australia) Bill, the Railway Companies Dissolution Bill, the Friendly Societies' Act Amendment Bill, and several Railway and Privat
July 6, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
THE CORN BILL,

THE CORN BILL,

PROTEST AGAINST THE THIRD READING OF A pna. "TO AMEND THE LAWS RELATING TO THE IMPORTATION OF CORN." • Dissentient — Because the Bill for repealing the Corn-laws is not accompanied, as in justice it ought to have been, by the following measures, viz.:- 1. The entire and immediat
July 6, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

In our endeavour to give the most complete information during the discussions on the Corn Importation and Tariff Bills, we extended our columns beyond what will be deemed necessary on any but such occasions. We have, therefore, for the present, curtailed the size of the paper, r
July 6, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

BEDFORDSHIRE, JITLY 3.—We have delayed our report for June beyond the proper time, under the hope that the drought might have subsided—still, however, although we have had a low glass and great signs of wet, scarcely any has fallen. In a few partial instances they have caught a
July 6, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
T AND DRAINING TILES AND PIPES may be obtained from BROWNE and COMPANY, Brick and tile Manufacturers, Bridgwater. Competent parties

T AND DRAINING TILES AND PIPES may be obtained from BROWNE and COMPANY, Brick and tile Manufacturers, Bridgwater. Competent parties

ready to furnish Plans, and to advise on the best mode of Drawing.
July 6, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
ential duties upon articles the produce of our colonies, and the same articles when produced in foreign countries. It is

ential duties upon articles the produce of our colonies, and the same articles when produced in foreign countries. It is

because I find the principle of protection recognised and upheld in this bill that I consent to its principle, and go into committee to discuss its details Lord Stanley proceeded to prove that a clear loss of revenue to the amount of 1,738,000/. would be caused by the measure. H
June 29, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
Writtle, June 23, 1846.

Writtle, June 23, 1846.

"UPON THE BURDENS ON LAND." To the Editor of the Agricultural Advergser. Sir,—l observe an article in the Mark Lane Express alluding to the evidence given by myself upon this subject before the Committee of the House of Lords. As the editor of that journal has mistaken my views
June 29, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
~,pirit of the Public jiournats.

~,pirit of the Public jiournats.

Sir Robert Peel has again indulged his nature in making a very long and pompous harangue about himself and the affairs of 1829. If the right hon. gentleman had any proper feeling of shame, he would have found it impossible to dwell so long upon the affairs of 1829. But so great
June 29, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England