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NEW AQIIICULTURAL MAGAZINE.—No I to be continued monthly, in Bvo., price 2s. 6d.. of TUE PLOUGH , a Journal of

NEW AQIIICULTURAL MAGAZINE.—No I to be continued monthly, in Bvo., price 2s. 6d.. of TUE PLOUGH , a Journal of

Agricultural and Rural Affairs. Contents :—lntroduction—The Plough—Earl Spen.er —Notice of Agriculture, Ancient and Modern, by Professor Donaldson— Aratorium, or Cultivation of Lands, by Professor Donaldson—On the Philosophy of Agriculture—Agricultural Training Raoul, at Hoddesd
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
9 074,e0-- [PRICE 6D.

9 074,e0-- [PRICE 6D.

9 [PRICE 6D. Now ready, the 4th Edition in an octavo pnmphiet, price 3d. A DDRESS TO THE BRITISH PUBLIC, on the Sianderous Articles of certain Writers in" PUNCH." directed against the AND FOREIGN INSTITUTE and its Resident Director, with a Narra. tiva of Pacts connected therewith
January 18, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
A PLEASANT EDITOR.

A PLEASANT EDITOR.

The first three editoaial articles following each other which appear in the Mining Journal or Atmospheric Gazette for Jan. 3rd, begin as follow :—First article," It gives us great pleasure,"—Second article, "It affords us sincere pleasure,"—Third article, "It is with much pleasu
January 18, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
Zatcot Enteiltgente.

Zatcot Enteiltgente.

THURSDAT.—Hor Majesty and her Royal Consort took their aeons*mad early walk in Claremont Park. Prince Albert afterwards 'went out shooting, attended by Mr. Anson, Colonel Bouverie, and Colonel Bowles. Majesty and the Prince Consort, on coming to town on-the 20th instant, from Wi
January 11, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
GRAND UNION RAILWAY.

GRAND UNION RAILWAY.

Many of the railway companies who contemplate trying their fortunes in Parliament next session, find themselver considerably out of elbows in the currency matters, and have been actively endeavouring to raise the wind in every way; or, to speak more technically, trying to get th
January 18, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
MILITARY IMPRESSMENT.

MILITARY IMPRESSMENT.

verybody is making enquiry upon the subject of militia impressment, and general alarm seems to spread through the middle and lower classes, as the rumours concerning the embodyment of these defunct regiments become confirmed. There can be no doubt that tho militia force of the k
January 18, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
ANNUITIES.

ANNUITIES.

THE AUSTRA - L - Aiii - A - N, COLONIAL, ± and GENERAL LIFE ASPURANCE and ANNUITY COMPANY 126, Bishopsgate.street, corner of Cornhill. Capital £200,000, in 2,000 shares. DIRECTORS. Edward Barnard, Esq., F.R.S. Gideon Colquheun, Esq. Robert Brooks, Esq. Charles E. Mangles, Esq. H
January 18, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
THE CLERGY AGAIN.

THE CLERGY AGAIN.

On Monday last the Rev. William Leggett Cameron, a fledgling of the Church of England, was charged before Mr. Bond with an indecent assault upon a young lady residing in Brompton. , It seems, that, on Sunday evening, the lady in question, in company 1 with her sister and sister'
January 25, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
THE CHAPLAIN PANIC.

THE CHAPLAIN PANIC.

Our Articles upon the subject of the Chaplaincy, in Basinghall-street have created quite a panic in the neighbourhood. Messrs. Bradhu.ry & Co. have a curiosity to discover the Author of the article in question, and are willing to give £lO to any one who will supply the necessary
January 25, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England
 
SUSSEX SAGES.

SUSSEX SAGES.

The Duke of Richmond has been again instructing the natives at Chichester, aided by his hopeful and literary son, Lord William Lennox. The sentiments of his Grace on Corn Law topics arc so well known, and so justly appreciated, that it would be folly now to introduce them. But t
January 4, 1846 - Censor or Satirical Times - London, London, England