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Eirrtions.

Eirrtions.

At the election for a member of Parliament for the county of Rutland, it was the intention of the Protectionists to have proposed the hon. Gerard James Noel, seeo-4'l son of the Earl of Gainsborough, who was expected to arrive in time front Italy; but that gentlenot havi ng appe
February 21, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
PROTECTION TO BRITISH INDUSTRY.

PROTECTION TO BRITISH INDUSTRY.

To the Editor the Agricultural Advertiser. Sir,—lt it a melancholy reflection, and no less disgraceful to the character of a free country, that th e l ou d and frequent complaints of the British farmers have been ridiculed and despised by the majority of the the press, and been
February 21, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
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had recognised the policy of perfect free trade as to importing supplies of the necessaries of this life into this country in future, but the full application of that principle was postponed to a later period—the Ist day of Fe.. bruary, 1849. In his opinion that delay was uncall
March 9, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
necessary was it to inquire into such interferences with the registrations. They had the highest was to be authority for

necessary was it to inquire into such interferences with the registrations. They had the highest was to be authority for

the opinion that the battl e o f the constitution f in registration courts. He had already, on present evening, stated t o th e H ouse t h e groun d o f h i s the proceeding. A grea t num b er o f o bj ect i ons to votes of electors for North Warwickshire had been Covent served,
March 9, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
pose of cutting them. It might be necessary, perhaps, to observe that the beans were a small kind, called the,

pose of cutting them. It might be necessary, perhaps, to observe that the beans were a small kind, called the,

Heligoland. A friend of his had informed him that in Northamptonshire several of the most enlightened farmers of that county had adopted the principle of planting them eighteen inches apart every way. He considered that it was very naturally accounted for that their planting sho
March 9, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
SIR ROBERT PEEL'S MEASURES.-THE COLONIES

SIR ROBERT PEEL'S MEASURES.-THE COLONIES

The following letter has been addressed to the Editor of the Morning Herald : — Sir,—Knowing your desire to support the interests of the colonies, I cannot refrain from addressing you on the subject of the repeal of the Corn Laws. • If it be a total repeal of the duty on corn fr
March 9, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
gverting.

gverting.

TATTERSALL'S.-THIIRSDAY , CIIP.-17 to 1 agst Sweetmeat; 25 to 1 agst Mermaid; 40 to 1 agst Discord; 50 to 1 agst Weatherbit ; 100 to 1 agst Columbus. DERBY.-9 to 2 agst Sting; 20 to 1 agst Brocardo ;33t0 1 agst Malcolm; 40 to 1 agst Htundrum.
March 9, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
Vrobiuriat Mool itiattuto:

Vrobiuriat Mool itiattuto:

LEEDS.—English : This trade still remains in the same languid state as heretofore, and we think the late unfavourable news from the United States will cause the consumers to be doubly cautious. Foreign: Transactions have been entered into only to a moderate extent this week, and
March 9, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
LONDON, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1846.

LONDON, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1846.

March 21, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
MARK LANE CIRCULAR. The prolongation of the debate in the House of Commons, upon the all-absorbing measures of Government, continues

MARK LANE CIRCULAR. The prolongation of the debate in the House of Commons, upon the all-absorbing measures of Government, continues

to impart its adverse influence, not only upon our own trade, but upon commerce generally, and all commercial men are beginning to smart, and express their dissatisfaction at the pernicious results it produces. From the disinclination of speculators on our side to operate, combi
March 21, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England