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bushels of corn and twenty-five of wheat to the acre. The wheat will average him say cents in Illinois, 1,12 i dols. in New Jersey ; the corn 37£ cents in Illinois, 62£ in New Jersey. The difference in the value is 12,50 dols
February 21, 1849 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICAN WHEAT AND FLOUR.

AMERICAN WHEAT AND FLOUR.

shown 'that the aggregate clear gains to the-- above-named states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, - and Michigan, on the crop of 1842, amount to 7,00,800 dollars. Illinois Register says:- W"We have only taken these-states, because they are hea. vily indebted
September 11, 1843 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GROWTH AND RESOURCES OF THE WEST.

THE GROWTH AND RESOURCES OF THE WEST.

itsX destfnatioif." The St. Louis. Repubin of the 20th inst. says.- "'T-h great thoroughfare east is now by the way of the Illinois' ?? canal and the lakes. Large numbers of ?? arriving and departing by this route in prefetence,'frosn the low, stage of
September 25, 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION—THE STATES OF lOWA AND WISCONSIN. The Great Talley of the Mississippi .is one of the most fertile tracts of

EMIGRATION—THE STATES OF lOWA AND WISCONSIN. The Great Talley of the Mississippi .is one of the most fertile tracts of

tion of Wisconsin, the country along the Illinois aud Rock rivers and their tributaries—along the Mississippi both sides—and generally the whole of lowa. In lowa the prairies are less extensive than in Illinois, and the proportion of wood is greater. the
October 18, 1848 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A LAND TO GO TO.

A LAND TO GO TO.

feet in thickness, and extended over 14,000 square miles (hear). The Illinois field was still more extensive, spreading over seventy thousand square miles. occupied one-half of Illinois and Indiana, and extended over the Ohio into Kentucky, being laid open
November 15, 1848 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
<)N fc day LATER FROM AMERICA

<)N fc day LATER FROM AMERICA

amounted about 3 500 brl*., irduding 150 brig. Illinois *t 6 dollars 80 cents; 200 do. Ohio dollars 75 cents; 700 do. Illinois at 6 dollars 75 cents; 100 do, Ohio 6 dolisra 70 cents; and 700 do. Illinois at 6 dollars 75 cents per brl. The market closes
July 14, 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COTEMPORARY PRESS.

THE COTEMPORARY PRESS.

the small streams in Upper Illinois in summer, and disappears in the autumn. About the same time, the miners say, a lot of " diggers," traders and speculators, appear in their " diggings," from the southern part of Illinois, and after sucking at thiem
August 24, 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF MERCY, BAGGOT-STREET.

HOUSE OF MERCY, BAGGOT-STREET.

thickness, and extended over fourteen thousand square miles (hear). The Illinois field still more extensive, spreading over .seventy thousand square miles. It ' occupied one half of Illinois and Indiana, and extruded over the Ohio into Kentucky, being laid
December 1, 1848 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKKWY: SATURDAY, Jt\|L4HY 20. UM9,

KILKKWY: SATURDAY, Jt\|L4HY 20. UM9,

of tl e ites great depth of black alluvial soil. This - < P 'ouliarly the case along the shores of the * it. sissippi, the Illinois, and the Ohio. In lh. 9 j when lie Lecturer) was ;ia^ ''own the river of that name, after a long sets drought, he had an
January 20, 1849 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KING’S COUNTY CHRONICLE AND GENERAL PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCER.

THE KING’S COUNTY CHRONICLE AND GENERAL PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCER.

than the same product in Illinois, which rate the New Jersey land is better worth 150 dols per acre than the Illinois is worth taking gift. And, besides, if he most hire, labour is cheaper in New Jersy than it is in Illinois, lam aware that there are
February 21, 1849 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland