COMMENCING on TUESDAY, the of May, WEDNESDAY, imb, THERSDAY, lUk, FRIDAY, 13th, and SATURDAY. 13th. THE WONDER OF THE AGE! BCIEMCE, ART. AND REASON, leamltul »n,i amo.in, combination, displayed in new and initrucUfe phase. First Appearance EUGENE ORMAN, Tn RENOWNED CEI L I 0-W A
TO-MORROW The exhibition of American and OTHER PLANTS Will I* held on THU PSD A Y,the May. The GENERAL EXHIBITIONS will take place THURSDAY, the 15ih June ; and THURSDAY, the 7th September. Proprietors’ and Subscriber*’ Ticket*, eachwhich will admit any one of the abore Shows (i
Our Grass Manure, applied early in Spring, the rate ot from 3 to 5 ewt. per acre, a top-dressing for Wheat. Oats, Grass, Ac., materially Increases aod improve# the produce ; and, for Grass, enables cutting to be from two to three weeks earlier than usual. Tbe Grass Manure, appli
. HOST ..TOSI.HIHO CURE ICROFULOCI VLCIfB.- C*« CKRTiriEO TUB BATOR OT BOSTON. Copy of Letter from J. Noble, Mayor of Boaton, I.incolnihirc. To Professor llolujwat, Dkar Sir— Mrs Sarah Dixoo, of Liquorpond-Street, Boston, has this day deposed before me that for considerable perio
At this Act it now pretty frequently brought before the public, an abstract of provisions may be interesting to many of our readers. Tie law contains eighteen sections, and was approved by the Governor of the State, 2d June, IBAI. Sec. I prohibits any one from mnnofkcturing or s
Receipts from the farmers our Corn-Exchange come most scanty—bnl 117 barrels wheat, 30« barrels barley, and 1,444 barrels oats for the week. Wheat Is lower. Barley rather easier. Oats, black lo 3d, and white to per barrel dearer on the week. The flour market roost inanimate, and
DOWNPATRICK, Mat Wheat 1556« l to 16s per c«t; barley to 10s; oats 6d to 10s ; oatraesl 16s 6J to 17s butter ftrkin, top price 11 per lb : potatoes Cd to per stooo ; beef 5d to ; mutton to 7d; eggs to per dos; bay. upland 2s to 3s straw Is 4s to 2s; coals, Cumberland 15s per ton.
ROUSE OF LORDS— Tkstbbdat Evenixo. In the House of Lords the Militia Bill passed through all its stages, and with several others received the Royal assent in committee. The Church Building Act Continuance Bill. An amendment to the first clause, moved by Lord NELSON, to confine t