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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

There is a Publication in Dublin (to which a friend has recently directed our attention), called the" IRISH FARMERS' Jonuset:" in looking over its last Number, we confess we were not a little surprisi d—perhaps, we ought to say gratified—to find nearly one-fourth of its contents
15 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INTERESTING MISCELLANY- FROM FOREIGN

INTERESTING MISCELLANY- FROM FOREIGN

INTERESTING MISCELLANY - FROM FOREIGN PAPERS. In the Royal Court at Guernsey, on the 6th instant, a circumstance came on which kept the Court in a roar. It was an action by Sophy Martin against Miss Ann Oliver, for the care and maintenance of three cats tor near nine months. Miss
29 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EGHAIII RACES.

EGHAIII RACES.

FIRST DAY.--TUESDAY, AUGUST 23. These Races have fallen off of late years, Remis)snede, which used to boast of the fined sport, has been totally deficient of interest. Last 'ear, however, an attempt was made to revive them ; and the Duke of Cambridge not only offered to serve as
29 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SUGAR.

SUGAR.

The Sugar market opened this week NV ith great briskness ; the price of Muscovades Is. higher than on the previous Friday; brown Jamaicas Ms., the others 655.; the advance had, however, the effect of checking the previous extensivedemand ; the business done since Tuesday has bee
08 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COFFEE.

COFFEE.

The public Sales of Coffee this week have gone off with firmness, and the prices generally a shade higher; ordivary St. Domingo M., good 625. 6d. There were three considerable public Sales on Friday ; the whole went oil freely, at a further advance, generally of Is US wit: last)
08 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WOOL FAIRS.

WOOL FAIRS.

The Oxfordshire Annual Wool Fair was held at Dorchester on Wednesday last, and was attended by most of the neighbourhood, and by a'numerous assemblage of Farmers in that and the adjoining county. The sale of Wool, however, was not brisk. At Uxbridge Wool Fair, on Tuesday last, L
08 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FIRST GREAT WOOL FAIR AT STETTIN, IN GERMANY.

FIRST GREAT WOOL FAIR AT STETTIN, IN GERMANY.

STETTIN, (Germany), July B.—On the 13th, 14th, and 15th ult., the first great Wool Fair, pursuant to public notice, was held in this place. About 10,000 cwt. of Wool, of one description and another, was submitted for sale; and w ith the exception of some 800 cwt., the whole was
08 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IPSWICH—(Saturday last).

IPSWICH—(Saturday last).

The weather has been very unsettleii for the last week-- An anxious desire on the part of the Farmers to secure their Wheat has caus,d, we fear, a considerable quantity of that Grain to be carted in a damp state. Not much Barley yet Cut. We had but little doing on our market; Wh
22 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.
22 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FLEMING'S British Farmer's Chronicle.

FLEMING'S British Farmer's Chronicle.

LONDON, MONDAY, AUGUST 22. In another part of our Paper will be found an extract fronr the Quebec Gazette, announcing the arrival there of two vessels laden with Tea, the first that ever entered the St. Lawrence direct from China. The Journalist observes, that this occurrence fo
22 August 1825 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England