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[No. 62. LONDON 4. COUNTRY MARKETS.

[No. 62. LONDON 4. COUNTRY MARKETS.

- -"..00.°. -- CORN-EXCHANGE. MARK-LANE, LONDON CLOSE OF TIM MARKET, MONDAY. The supply of WHRAT and FLOUR, in the course of last week, may be considered large for this season of the year: the tine fresh samples of the former were readily taken elf by our Mealmen at the same pri
05 July 1824 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN TRADE.

FOREIGN TRADE.

The return to the orders of the House of Commons for accounts of Imports and Exports, comprehends a period of six years, beginning in 1818 and ending 1824. The fluctuation of amount in these years is considerable. OFFICIAL VALVE. Imports exceeded Exports exceeded 30 50 millions
05 July 1824 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GREECE.

GREECE.

The accounts from Zante are favourable .to the cause of Greece, the dissensions which existed among the Chiefs having subsisted, and the divisions which threatened more than Turkish enmity - to overthrow her rising liberties, having giving place to unanimity. Colocotroui and his
05 July 1824 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DATIIING-ROOMS AND MACHINES.

DATIIING-ROOMS AND MACHINES.

The Bathing-rooms are situate near the harbour, on the western side of the High-street; and though they are seven in number, and several machines belong to each, company have to wait sometimes a few minutes before they are able to procure a dip. Each person, pn his arrival, ente
05 July 1824 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LIBRARIES.

LIBRARIES.

The Libraries at Margate are in the first style of accommodation, and present sufficient attractions to visit them, independently of the mental gratifications they so amply furnish, both to the scholar and to the mere reader for amusement. In particular, their tables are covered
05 July 1824 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CRTIFICAT4S-Jux,y24.

CRTIFICAT4S-Jux,y24.

3. Priddy, Oxford-street, wine-merchant—J. Dawes, Hillington-mills, Devonshire, miller—G. Eaton, Uppet Thames-street, stationer—S. Penny. Sliepton-Mallett, grocer—W. H. iknstin, Old Broad-street, merchant—J. Middleton, New 'laidll-street, dealer.
05 July 1824 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
INSURANCES

INSURANCES

210 0 Albion 5001. sh. 51 0 6 . 0 6 0 Atlas 0 5 0 British Commercial Life 501. sh. 5 0 0 2 10 0 County lOOl. sh. 43 0 0 0 Is 0 Eagle 5Ol. sh. 3 0 0 1 0 o European 2Ol. sh. 20 0 0 0 0 Globe lOOl.O. 168 0 0 Guardian lOOl.Bll. 16 0 0 0 6 0 Hope 501. eh. 415 0 5 0 0 Imperial 5OOl. s
15 December 1823 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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kV ili! di 4 .4 e, -I" Af 'frY •

kV di 4 .4 e, A f • fluctuations and its vast concerns."—COWPEß. PRICE SEVEN-PENCE, Or Ss. 2d. per quarter. CO3Lcil ERCI A L liE !Li 1, I". - LONDON MARKETS, FRTDAY, Dir. 12. COFFEE.—The public sales of Coffee have been inconsiderable this week: the ordinary descriptions of 40:-
15 December 1823 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

Spanish opened at 28. There has not been much business in these Stnurities—present price 28g—market heavy. Columbian 60—Chilian 67i 68—Russian 87 —Prussian 84. [IIALF PAST TWO. Consols without fluctuation from twelve o'clock price—with the difference only of sellers now at 853.
15 December 1823 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PARTRIDGES.

PARTRIDGES.

In the year 1793, on a farts belonging to _Mr.. Pratt, near 're:ling, in Essex, a partridge's nest was found in a fallow field, containing thirtythree eggs; of these twenty-three were hatched, and the whole went off With the hen; and of the remaining eggs four more had-live bird
15 December 1823 - Fleming's British Farmers' Chronicle - London, London, England