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GARDEN OPERATIONS, &c. (From the Gardener's (JIwQnicle.) THE FLOWER GARDEN AND SHUXIBBERrEg. The cold, drying east winds which have lately prevailed, have been escessively trying to newly-planted bedding stock." and have doubtless served to convince many of ihe folly of planting
June 16, 1854 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
SUNDAY LESSONS.

SUNDAY LESSONS.

July 7—61I1 Sunday after Tiinity. Morning Lessons 2 Samuel 12 I.nke W-Eve'uing Lessons: I Samuel 19, Coloss. 3. WEEKLY CALENDAR. Moon's age New, 9th day, 2li. 27m. afternoon. Day ofj Sun ']I I Moon Month! Rises. <;Sun Sets j Rises. poonSets- Year 7 3 53 8 ( 2 7 j 5 40 i iua 8 3
July 6, 1850 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
FRIENDS.

FRIENDS.

Like pillars tall and brown The old trees stood, and the leaves of June "Vere dark above, as we four, at noon, On their mossy toots sat down, here woodlarks sang, and our talk was free As talk in the forest's heart should be, ThouRh of different moods and years were we. Pelcbanc
July 6, 1850 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BLAINA.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BLAINA.

BLAINA BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOLS. The annual meeting of the above schools took place on Mon- day last. A considerable number of the respectable inhabitants of the neighbourhood, and many of the parents of the childien attended the examination, and were highly p eased. Frederic
July 6, 1850 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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BARK. Per load of 45 cwt, English, Tree £ 13 0 0 to £ 15 0 0 Coppice 14 0 0 16 0 0 LIVERPOOl. (DUTY FFtER).-Queicitron, £8. 6s. to J9. Dutch Oak, per ton, f4. to 95. German, S3. 10s. to S6.
July 6, 1850 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
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WonDs FOR SHIP-BUILDING.— Ihs Lords Commissioners oi her M*je; ty's Treasury have authorised the admission, duty free, of stringy bark wood, and red and blue gum wood, imported for ihepurpose of ship-building in this country.
January 9, 1852 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
HUSSEY'S REAPING MACHINE.

HUSSEY'S REAPING MACHINE.

FRANCE. The President gave a grand banquet at the Tuileries on Monday, to the Delegates for the Departments. Four hundred guests sat down to table. The following ex-representatives were yesterday liberated from St. Pelade—MM. Joret, Huguenin, Teilhard-leterisse, and Paulin Durieu
January 9, 1852 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
THE IRON TRADE.

THE IRON TRADE.

We have again to report a continuance of the improved feel. ing before noticed in this trade. Orders are generally accumu- lating, and prices siiffening. At present we are not a^are of any actual movement among the ruling firms, who profess to maintain the nominal prices of the
June 11, 1852 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
BETTING.

BETTING.

The John Bull saysOn the same road on which the private gentleman, who has no connexion with the turf, takes his wife and daughters to the course in his cariiage, with a son or two, or, may be, a favoured cousin or friend of the family, on the box and the dickyon which the hones
June 11, 1852 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
BRISTOL DISTRICT COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

BRISTOL DISTRICT COURT OF BANKRUPTCY.

THE LATE ABERDARE EXPLOSION. [TO THE EDITOE.J The suggestion thrown out by The Black Diamond" i* St valuable one, and ougnt Ht be impressed upon every work- man employed in a fiery colliery. In the report of the inquest (published in the MERLIN of the 29th ult.), Mr. llewellin, i
June 11, 1852 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales