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THE NATURALIST.

THE NATURALIST.

DR. GUY ON ACCLIMATISATION. SIR, —I a full report of the address delivered by Da 3. E. Gray baleen the section over which he presided at the last meting of • the British Association; it is taken from the Boa Musk& of the ; 16th of this month. Ibe leave to direct your attention e
October 1, 1864 - Field - London, London, England
 
WHIST, 4SSO!;S(lcolpitutnuetlifro'On'aCE2ooBF)

WHIST, 4SSO!;S(lcolpitutnuetlifro'On'aCE2ooBF)

4SSO !; S ( l co l pi t u t nue tli fro 'O n ' aCE 2o o B F ) _ UMW XLIV. —Ton Convizaaanota or rue (contitased)— INFORMATION TNSTRUCTED WHIST-PLAYERS who recognise the importance of .1. informing their partners, frequently select one card in preference to another, with the objec
October 1, 1864 - Field - London, London, England
 
POULTRY AID PIGEONS.

POULTRY AID PIGEONS.

INNATE! AT THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Or IRELAND. az,—As one of the many who have been inconvenienoed by the asseciature inlaid upon by your correspondent Mr Williams, in tut w it s num, I unuot allow his communication to pass without comment. It is sot my intention to enter Into
October 1, 1864 - Field - London, London, England
 
HOTELS, WINES, &c.

HOTELS, WINES, &c.

IrINAHAN'S L.L. WHISKY v. COGNAC BRANDY.—This celebrated old Irish Whisky rivals the finest French Brandy. It Is bore, mild mellow, delicious, and very wholesome. Bold in bottles, as. St each, et most of the respectable retail houses in London ; by the appointed agents in the pr
February 6, 1864 - Field - London, London, England
 
LUDUATE-lIILL.

LUDUATE-lIILL.

gloves very they and not Wok rosy cue be dewed. 11 M. to Y. C. BOUCUER, pal's— Welt say opinion, I for Woo tumult& dog-ekW wogs • Name, I will egad &OS will J. C. Bow= makes the WM or seed O,OI3TLING'S COUGH (or POWWOW, for HOWES end Coughs. Colds. lassoes*. dert ally Wove Broke
February 20, 1864 - Field - London, London, England
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

WILKINSON AND KIDD , SADDLERS, &c., TO HER MAJESTY AND MIMI. THE PRINCE OF WALES. W. and K. beg Inborn their enstomera and the public that. in consequence of the site of their premises nt 24. Oxford Street (corner of Pett•street), being required for public improveinenh., they ha
February 20, 1864 - Field - London, London, England
 
SHOOTING.

SHOOTING.

. , . . . . BREECH-LOADING RIFLES. 1 , Qll4 —I "have for the last four years used several of the common 1 - 3 Lefaucheux,Terry's, Rigbv's Bijou, and, lastly , Dougall's Lockfast, and certainly for large game * I cannot find anything superior to the latter. The only weak point ab
November 5, 1864 - Field - London, London, England
 
Juntas To ::come.

Juntas To ::come.

To ::come. - -- AlAinhl4, Now.4.—Wattditora Mawr& Atiollooma rail, Nov. Football At &UMW& Ift—Warleous Glob% OM Gawk* CMS theoloo At 10.—Foron Football Club v. 111.—Foroot Football CIO llrystol Palen . • - Al Wafts% Jad I. —Wad. v. Forest At Imamate, Fob. Football Club /soda /I.N
November 5, 1864 - Field - London, London, England
 
FARMING.

FARMING.

',RE • MAINTENARCE OF THE HIGH PRICE of meat in this country has been the means of stimulating the trade on the Continent to an extent that was hardly to be expected ;. and if continued at Its sent rate, will dispel any fears that may have been entertained as to the meat supply
November 5, 1864 - Field - London, London, England
 
WHITZHAILII lITZIPLS-CHABIB.

WHITZHAILII lITZIPLS-CHABIB.

3kwards-31440 Green Thompson. Capt. Wawa, H. Jarman. R. Stanley, W. (Milanoll, &qrs. Ckrk of Cerro—Yr. J. Yeaton. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30. Tat weather was stormy and wet, bat there was, nevertheless, a good matter of spectators on Harris Moor to Minims tbe sport, which mutated of th
April 2, 1864 - Field - London, London, England