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MATDSTONE FARMERS' CLUB. THE CULTIVATION OF ROOT CROPS.

MATDSTONE FARMERS' CLUB. THE CULTIVATION OF ROOT CROPS.

Mr. F. B. Elvy introduced the subject, by stating that on dry soils, where only an average growth of turnips is wanted, a previous crop of rye or early tares may be taken. It may be doubtful if this plan can be pursued where Swedes are wanted, although I have often taken rye bef
June 29, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY SHARE LIST.-THURSDAY, JUNE 25,1846.

RAILWAY SHARE LIST.-THURSDAY, JUNE 25,1846.

CLOSING PRICES. 7 6 dis 127 - 12!) - 3-`2l par pm 7 9 pm 4 5 pm 20 22 pm 5/ 4dis If 11 1 1 — 1 dis 1 dis 3 2 dis 4 3 dis 21 U dis 1 1 — If dis It 1 dis 5 3 dis 2k-- 11 dis 2 31 24 71 7.1 pm Pm Pm f 1 pm dis 73 75 14.16.0 10.16.0 6.13.4 6.13.4 10s. 17 - 18 17 - 18 pm 4 3 dis i i
June 29, 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
 
Vrobinciat Moot iplitariteto.

Vrobinciat Moot iplitariteto.

L E EDS—ENGLISH: There has not been much done in sales of wool this week. The manufacturers hold off as much as possible, and rather lower prices have been submitted to. FOREIGN: No great amount of busi ness has been done in foreign wools this week, the choice at present in the
June 29, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
_ 202 25 2320 250 89 3082 4960

_ 202 25 2320 250 89 3082 4960

I3IPER,TAL AVERAGES. 1 WheatßarleyOats Rye Beans Peas Ilretk ... endi .. — "g gay 23 029 424 133 5135 11 34 It /I 528 10 23 834 636 034 6 9, June 5 ...•. (53 428 423 932 4,35 10 34 2 12 .....52 10 27 823 4,32 10 35 10 34 10 19 .... 52 027 123 832 435 834 9 4 g ... 51 527 323 333
June 29, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
ebrattro. 'HER MAJESTY'S.

ebrattro. 'HER MAJESTY'S.

Whilst others establishments suffer so much from the intense heat, this theatre. thanks to its talent of all kinds—to its fashion, and no less to its due ventilation, maintains the same attraction as in cooler seasons. Of this the annexed list is a sufficient proof. The house on
June 29, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
ON THE ELEMENTS OF THE PRODUCTIVE COST OF CORN IN ENGLAND,—AND OF FOREIGN COMPETITION, AND THE PROBABLE RESULTS OF THE

ON THE ELEMENTS OF THE PRODUCTIVE COST OF CORN IN ENGLAND,—AND OF FOREIGN COMPETITION, AND THE PROBABLE RESULTS OF THE

PROPOSED ALTERATION IN THE CORN LAWS. In our columns of April 11th and 13th, being No. 10 of our publication, it will be recollected that we gave a very valuable calculation of a much respected correspondent, in which he shewed on the evidence of Mr. Couling, before the House of
June 29, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
Vrobinriat eattir In aritOo.

Vrobinriat eattir In aritOo.

LEEDS, June 24.—There was 260 beasts, 3,000 sheep, and a few lambs. Prices:—Beef 6s to 6s 6d per stone; mutton sid to sid; and lamb 7d per lb. Business was rather dull, not many customers attending the market, but nearly all the stock was sold. EASTGRINSTEAD, June 25.—A very sma
June 29, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England