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CORN ARRIVALS. _

CORN ARRIVALS. _

The following are the arrivals of Corn Pulse, S ee ds, and Flour in the Port of London dining the week ending Linseed 2, Malt June 6: ENGLISH Wheat 2,577, Ban e y 1,331 7,125, Oats 2,703, Bean s 568, Peas 137 Brank 46, Mustard Seed —, and sundr y Seeds 146 qrs ; Flour 3,953 sack
June 8, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
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June 15, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
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PRANCE. The Paris papers announce the eseape or Prince - Louis Napoleon from the Castle of Ham. The escape was effected on Monday. It appears that for some d a y s p rev io us l y Workmen Were empl o y e d In repairing th e d oors o f t h e apartment in whi c h th e Prince was c
June 1, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
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To the Editor the Agricultural Advertiser. SIR—As I suppose, you, as well as all other gentlemen of the press, have, of course, great influence with the Ministers, I should esteem it a very great favour if you would say a good word for to get the situation of supernumerary relie
June 1, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
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. FALSEIMOD.—FaIsehood is, indeed, on all accounts inexcusable, and can never proceed but from sonic unworthy principle—as cowardice, malice, or a total contempt of virtue and honour. The difficulties it runs one into are not to be numbered. One lie requirFs ten others to suppor
June 1, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
ON FARM LEASES AND TENANTS', RIGHTS,

ON FARM LEASES AND TENANTS', RIGHTS,

(From the Gardener's Chronicle.) A very great benefit to agriculture would doubtless be gained could one form of lease, one set of covenants, one principle for valuing the tenants' rights at leaving, be established all over England; then not only would a tenant in one connty be
June 22, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
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Vrobintiat (rattle faatketo.

June 17.—The supply of sheep in t hi s , da • y s market was considerably short of that of last Week s nevertheless little improvement can be observed as regards prices. Wethers of the best quality (shorn) could be bought at 5-1-d per lb, middling 5d and downwards per ditto. Lam
June 22, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
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f 0 ev r en - ' PurPose of wi n di ng u p th e i r a ff a i rs , an d i n th e t of their declining, they would be constrained, on iihrequisition signed by lye shareholders so to do. If it tOeuQl:l4PPear at such meeting that a clear majority of wtts'll)ck, whether represented by
April 27, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
CHINESE RAPE SEED AND OIL.

CHINESE RAPE SEED AND OIL.

The President also laid before the Council a communication from the Horticultural Society on the Brassica ChinenSis, or Shanghai oil-plant, a hardy annual, grown for the sake of its oil over the whole country round that city, but which may be cultivated in almost every kind of s
April 27, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England
 
OFFICIAL AGREEMENTS.

OFFICIAL AGREEMENTS.

Mr. Miles, M.P., gave notice that at the nekt monthly council he should move, "That in future no agreement which may be entered into with local authorities relative to the place of the annual country meeting shall be held good, unless the corporate seal, attested by the signatur
April 27, 1846 - Agricultural Advertiser and Tenant-Farmers' Advocate - London, London, England