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THE STOCK OF STATIONERY consista of all kind of biter Paper, Plain and Black-bord:red Envelopes and Note Papers; Gold, Silver,

THE STOCK OF STATIONERY consista of all kind of biter Paper, Plain and Black-bord:red Envelopes and Note Papers; Gold, Silver,

and Lace-I onere4Envelopes; Brilliant Venuillion Sealing wax; Blsek, Fancy-coloured and White or Brides Wax; Gold, Silver, Initial, French Medallion stud Motto Wafers, in fancy Memorandum Cash sod Day Books, and Ledgers, in p rest variety ; Fancy and Coloured Papers, Playing Car
15 June 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
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15 June 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
MR. MUSHAM'S CASE.

MR. MUSHAM'S CASE.

We torderstand that the Committee of further Inquiry, yesterday, completed its Report respecting this case. We have not been able to ascertain its precise contents, and in fairness we lot bear to make any remarks as we might possibly prejudice the case either on the one sale or
15 June 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING TIIE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING TIIE PAST WEEK.

Wile %T.—The quantity brought forward by land carriage samples at Nlark-lane Monday was very limited f all the 'Pear tvunttr., this enabled the factors to the UNITED STATES. DEFEAT OF THE CUBAN EXPEDITI )N. The Hibernia, Capt. Lang, arrived on Tuesday. Her dates are New 'fork, 2
15 June 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
..ifxrmero' Sournal. WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, IYRSTERI)Ir.] The strictly of Wheat ire large, other articles this (tars market. A roosithr 4

..ifxrmero' Sournal. WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET, IYRSTERI)Ir.] The strictly of Wheat ire large, other articles this (tars market. A roosithr 4

val.. Gal talc.% tines .estestty t om . give.' a the aid a hir r,:ent . is iu What, uf Is. pee gr. .r rather ,Itirer . E VIC\ W.( cut, . . to 471 . 'Si. to ils Caolt:d.e to 40, Iti.d, . . 375. t,. Sus York•hire. : Barley. Norfolk and Su ff olk, [l m p er i a l') •. 2za. to 2Sa Y
27 July 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 

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OVERLAND CILCUTTA MAIL.

OVERLAND CILCUTTA MAIL.

We have received, by extraordinary express, In advance of the Overland Mail, dispatches from Caltu.ta, ofJane I ; Iladrar, 8 ; and thins, May 98. We have neither papers letters from by this Krivoi. We subjoin extra, t. CA 11.CUTTA. (Finn the Bevel Ilerhano.) *rte.—The country, f
27 July 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
AUSTEN v. tIEDIIUSST.

AUSTEN v. tIEDIIUSST.

Mr. Flerjeant and Mr. OVKIIEND we•e for the plaintiff; Mr. MANTIS and Mr. HILL for the The plaintiff is this case was Mr. John Austen, of Kipplit, ',shove parents hod been tenants to the defendant h.r thirty years. The plaintiff assisted hi■ mother in the and as they kept a larg
27 July 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TILE DINNER

TILE DINNER

Took place in a large and commodious room over the Savings•-bank, and although it was attended by a large and inemlsial body of agrieuk mists, still in point of numbers it will not near comparison with former years. The Duke of L..eda presided, having on his right. Wm. !lumen, E
10 August 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
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FATAL rumour° AND Dasawnow.—Seven boys sod two seamen, late of the Lily, Commander Bedford, bare arrived at Portsmouth from Leone, having been left then without clothes or par, and after having bees Bogged on board the Lily. The rase is before the admiral. Matite.—From a rotors
10 August 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England
 
JUST RECEIVED, AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF WOOLLEN DRAPERY GOODS FOR THE SEASON AT W. & R. HOLLIDAY'S LEEDS HOUSE, 14,

JUST RECEIVED, AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF WOOLLEN DRAPERY GOODS FOR THE SEASON AT W. & R. HOLLIDAY'S LEEDS HOUSE, 14,

HIGH OUSEGATE, YORK, CONSISTING of BROAD CLOTHS, BUCK & DOF.SK INS, WA ISTCOATI NOS, Velvets, Satins, and Cashmeres, CARTOONS, MOLESKINS, COTTON CORDS, HANDKERCHIEFS, STOCKS, OPERA TIES, Ike., &e. Also, a Lot of SUPERFINE BROAD BLACK CLOTHS, Ti. 3d. a Yard, wcrth 12,. An Extensi
10 August 1850 - Farmer's Friend and Freeman's Journal - York, Yorkshire, England