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Aep, AGRICULTURE, _TRADE, Sze.

Aep, AGRICULTURE, _TRADE, Sze.

There are several criter;a of the strength or weakness of farmers' pockets, and the late fairs have shown that the latter greatly prevails. Any thing likely to be soon converted into money finds not unwilling purchasers; but stock of a different description, such as young cattle
October 21, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
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October 21, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

CAMBRIDGE, Oct. se'nnight the following gentlemen were appointed the caput for the year ensuing . :—The Vice-Chancallor • Rev. John Lamb, D.D. Master of Corpus Christi coll. Divinity -, Wm. 'Frere, LL.D. Master of Downing : coll. Law F. Thackeray, M.D. Emmanuel coll. Physic; Rev
October 21, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
THEATRICALS.

THEATRICALS.

At old Drury, one Mude has been assisting young Kean in murdering Barbarossa. This gentleman is an import from the Surrey, and really has too much genius to be a new actor. He confuses as he goes along. His Barbarossa may be very good, but it is not - Dr. Brown's. He inverts ver
October 21, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
October T. clear and unexceptionable evidence, that the evil has not been caused by the policy of the government, and

October T. clear and unexceptionable evidence, that the evil has not been caused by the policy of the government, and

that it is not curable ' 1 at home by a counter policy, it would be an act of gross and nn-' paralleled injustice to transport by thousands the working classes of the country. But we are told that if the population of England and Scotland be but casually redundant, the populatio
October 7, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
fj bee' 1.

fj bee' 1.

f j bee' 1. has not been is not curable gross and orking classesr October 1. and Scotland is invariabry' Lt the laws of Hand, just in irith his finger , and picks of England- , - s who live on :now that this of England. , Ls well to that I see its innuitches, which und occupied •
October 7, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
• Spaniard, Oxcept a few stragglers, or a few roving and good Catholic banditti, had passed the frontier; but as-it

• Spaniard, Oxcept a few stragglers, or a few roving and good Catholic banditti, had passed the frontier; but as-it

suited the purposes of liberalism —as it was a fine theme for a Parliamentary ora• tion, that reckless and unprincipled minister hurried off, in an hour's notice, a British force, to aid a people who neither required our assistance, norsought our advice, nor wished to be innocul
December 16, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
has chief part of her cargo engaged and shipping, under positive agree• ment to sail on or before the l9th

has chief part of her cargo engaged and shipping, under positive agree• ment to sail on or before the l9th

January, FOR VAN DIEINIEN'S LAND and NEW SOUTH WALES, the fast-sailing ship CORONET, A. 1, coppered and copper fastenel ; burthen 275 tons register. EDMUND RISON CLIFFE, COMinamder ; lying in the London Dock. This Ship being only a few months old, is a very desirable conveya , i
December 16, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
"S. M. PHILLIPPS.

"S. M. PHILLIPPS.

(Signed) It is with regret we have to insert the letter addressed to the lord lieutenants of counties respecting the yeomanry corps which to a great extent, we conclude, will this month be disbanded. We say with regret, not because we think that the government ought not to decre
December 9, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEA.

MISCELLANEA.

His majesty w ill spend the Christmas holidays at Windsor cottage, where •he continues in possession of excellent health. His majesty is shortly expected in London to visit the winter theatres. On the arrival of Don Miguel several entertainments are to be given by his majesty at
December 9, 1827 - Watchman - London, London, England