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SATURDAY, JANUARY 8.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 8.

A splendid banquet was given to Mr. Charles Dickens, at Birmingham, previous to which that gentleman was presented with a diamond ring and silver salver, both articles of Birmingham manufacture. About 200 gentlemen sat down to dinner. Alfred Waddington underwent the extreme pena
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY, JANUARY 9.

SUNDAY, JANUARY 9.

The tide rose to such a height that it completely flooded the cellars' kitchens, and basement store•rooms along the banks of the Thames. covering a portion of the road at Lambeth. The footways from Hammersmith to Kew, and from Kew to Richmond, on the Surry side, were under water
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
AND COUNTRY RECORD. Pilarketg

AND COUNTRY RECORD. Pilarketg

SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET. MONDAY, Jan. 31. Fair average supplies of foreign stock arrived in the port of London last week, the total import having amounted to 3,219 head. During the corresponding period in 1852, we received 2,446; in 1851, 2,661; In 1850, 454; in 1849, 1,350, an
February 5, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
ON THE BEST METIIOD OF STORING POTATOES.

ON THE BEST METIIOD OF STORING POTATOES.

Previous to the appearance of the blight in the potato, which Flay be dated from the year 1845, little difficulty was experienced Hi keeping potatoes sound and good for future use. Since the - •
October 1, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
might have been wrong, and he maintained that it was right (a laugh); but, whether he was right or wrong,

might have been wrong, and he maintained that it was right (a laugh); but, whether he was right or wrong,

that did not affect the great prin_ of agricultural progression, or the consideration of the question to Which he had alluded, which were now forcing themselves upon the minds of all thinking and calculating men. The more they introduced steam and improved agriculture, the more
October 1, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
Ist—Mr. William Dray

Ist—Mr. William Dray

(Not exceeding 18 months.) 2st—Mr. Nathaniel Norman, Bull's Fields, Plumstead (Chickens, not exceeding 3 months.) Ist—Mr. Nathaniel Norman 2nd—Mr. Anthony Wood, Down HAM BURGH. (Golden or Silver Pencilled, above 18 months.) Ist—Mr. J. Atkinson Briggs, Bessel's Green, Sevenoaks H
July 1, 1854 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
THE MONTH OF MAY.

THE MONTH OF MAY.

The author of "'rho Environs of London,"* commences his valuable work with the following :—We hope to find our readers in good humour this fine May morning, when the yearning after the'country, and rural sights and sounds, comes upon us like a home sickness; and the glittering s
April 30, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6.

A very dense fog prevailed along the Channel this morning , vi occasioned a sad destruction of life and property. The Junior, b 4 to Aberdeen, from Calloa, with a valuable cargo, caught tbe ° about nine miles westward of Boulogne: the crew succeeded le i serving themselves, but
April 30, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
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April 30, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England
 
Cittigrtirthe nitrunL &gginlmmael GOLD versus LABOUR.

Cittigrtirthe nitrunL &gginlmmael GOLD versus LABOUR.

[The following is extracted an article in the Bathwrat Free Press, and will be read with much interest. After all, Labour is the best source of wealth; and the emigrant to many of the fertile colonies of Australia, must do well, and amass wealth, so long as be directs his indust
April 30, 1853 - London Chronicle and Country Record - London, London, England