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VOL. XVIII.-IN° 851.

VOL. XVIII.-IN° 851.

July 2, 1853 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
F. d. 1 0 1 4 1 8

F. d. 1 0 1 4 1 8

July 2, 1853 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
TYNEMOPTH.

TYNEMOPTH.

The Earl of ABERDEEN moved that their lordships should agree with the C ,mmons the address to Her Majesty to issue a commission of inquiry in the case of the Tynemonth election, and observed, that though the evidence was not so strong as in the Barnstaple case, the report of the
July 2, 1853 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

CeatagltLaND.—The rain which has fallen has operated with magical effect in improving the appearance of the country. The hay harvest in many districts has commenced, and promises to turn out much better than was at one time expected. Wheat, and indeed all cereal crops, present a
July 2, 1853 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
INJURY TO BRITISH COMMERCE.

INJURY TO BRITISH COMMERCE.

A great injury to British commerce at this moment claims public attention. There are some hundreds of vessels in the Danube fast in the mud, many of them British, and all laden with corn. Owing to the deadly fever always rife at this season, their crews will doubtless perish by
July 2, 1853 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1853.

SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1853.

THE CAMP AT CHOBHAM. . On Friday evening, Prince Albert suddenly arrived, about half-past five, at the encampment, and there es • tablished himself in the Royal pavilion at headquarters. The unexpected arrival of a visitor of such distinction, occasioned no small gossip among th
July 2, 1853 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
BRMSII SEEDS.

BRMSII SEEDS.

SEEDS. Linseed (per qr.)...sowing to 58s; crushing 45s to 50s Linseed Cakes (per ton) . . . 81 oto 9110 s Rapeseed (per last) new 221 to 23/, fine 24/, old 211 to 24/ Ditto Cake (per ton) . . . . 41 106 to 5/ Oa Clorerseed (per cwt) . . . . . 41$ to 64s Mustard (per bushel) new,
July 2, 1853 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
39 35 – 33

39 35 – 33

39 35 - 33 Shillings per Quarter. Wheat, Dantzic, mixed 97 to 48 high mix. 50 52 extra 58 Konigsberg ... 48 48„ 49 51 52 Rostock, new ... ... 50 52 fine 52 54 Domera, & Uckermk., red 47 49 extr a 51 Silesian „ 45 47 white 47 50 Danish and Holstein „ 43 43„ 45 47 Rhine and Belgium
July 2, 1853 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
IMPERIAL AVERAGES FOR THE LAST SIX WEEKS.

IMPERIAL AVERAGES FOR THE LAST SIX WEEKS.

Wheat Barley I Oats. Rye. Beans I Peas. WEEK ENDING: d. a. :d. S. .1. a. d. I. d. S. d. May 21, 1853 11 19 135 836 1 0,32 1 May 28, 1853 43 930 618 7 !33 , 2i36 7,32 7 June 4, 1853 '43 329 619 0134 036 933 8 June 11, 1853 10 34 938 134 9 June 18, 1853 45 029 118 11180 11 38 1134
July 2, 1853 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
By order of the Trustees of EDWIN F. OYDZ, Eaq. &reared.

By order of the Trustees of EDWIN F. OYDZ, Eaq. &reared.

OLOUCESTEItBHIRE, MIDWAY DITWAEX STROUD ADD STONEHOUSI. A DELIGHTFUL FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY, Comprising an exceptionally well-built Residence, with Stabling and Grounds and Meadow Land, in all about 13 Acres, with possession. NIMUIRIL ITENTOII, BULL, & COOPER, Will SELL b
April 13, 1895 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England