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THOMAS POTTINGER, TAILOR AND BREECHES MAKER, No, 9, EASTCDNAP, LONDON

THOMAS POTTINGER, TAILOR AND BREECHES MAKER, No, 9, EASTCDNAP, LONDON

The rage for Advertizing, if it has done nothing else, has made respectable tradesmen step out of their way to place themselves on a somewhat more prominent footing before the public The Cheap Advertizing Houses, more especially in the Tailoring business, give out prices at less
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
AUTUMN CLEANING, PREPARATORY TO ROOT CROPS.

AUTUMN CLEANING, PREPARATORY TO ROOT CROPS.

Iv is desirable that agriculturists should always maintain the soil in a condition favourable to the growth of the cultivated crops. One of the primary conditions for successful cultivation is freeness of the land from weeds As rnmst have a natural tendency to produce weeds, eit
October 1, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
WEST KENT ASSOCIATION. FARNINGHAM POULTRY AND FLOWER SHOW.

WEST KENT ASSOCIATION. FARNINGHAM POULTRY AND FLOWER SHOW.

Tuts, the Second Annual Exhibition of Poultry, Flowers, &c., took place on the 20th and 21st ult., in the Market Field, Farningham, Kent; and scarcely could there be found for such a display, a more eligible or delightful situation. The spot selected by the Committee, forms part
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
, , % THE LONDON CHRONICLE,

, , % THE LONDON CHRONICLE,

Bulge, Friesland and Holstein Konigsberg 36 89 Egyptian PEAS, feeding INDIAN CORN, white The accounts about Potatoes are unfavourable. That disease has again attacked this crop, cannot be questioned: but we still hope the loss may not prove so serious as many of the growers appe
August 1, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
CHARCOAL FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES.

CHARCOAL FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES.

Charcoal has several properties which render it of value to the farmer. As a manure, it does not act by furnishing carbon to vegetation; because it is in reality one of the most indestructible substances known, and remains for an indefinite length ,of time without change. But it
May 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON CHRONICLE

THE LONDON CHRONICLE

Coleman's Patent Cultivator, Scarifier, or Drag Harrow. The principal novelty in this invention is, the frame at the top, suspended about six inches above the lower frame, parvllel with which, by means of a lever, it is moved backwards and forwards; this simple and easy movement
May 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
INTERMURAL INTERMENTS.

INTERMURAL INTERMENTS.

AT length sonic of the Grave-yards of the Metropolis are to be closed, and men who have devoted their time, and money for years past, for the purpose of abolishing intermural interments, are to be rewarded by success. May they, however, continue their exertions, until the fact i
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
proper 'security of the chair; for you perceive that the compound motion of the timber bending and the rail moving

proper 'security of the chair; for you perceive that the compound motion of the timber bending and the rail moving

in the chair, produces great uneasiness of motion to a p ass i ng train, I found tile keys required very generally renewing; the woring were worn off the screws that screwed the chair to the sleeper, in many instances; in others the nut into which they should have worked was def
April 4, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England