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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BOYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. NOTES FROM4 THE FIELD. [FROBI OUR owie4 CORRESPONDENT.] NEwomATru, July14. V The Royal Agricultural Society has again enet out aI its world-wide invitations, and the response, so far as these preliminary gatherings are conceorned, is more Subscribers-only content

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    SO- ARCTRlOIY .VIOYA\L AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.} VVMPT12 lPlIMIT aPnt DTITPT.T. I NIOTES FROA1THEFIELD. [FROM OUR OWN~ CORRESPON1eDBT.] NEWCASTLE, July 14. d Ti~ royal Agricultural Society has againnneit Out ,I, wad.wide invitations, and the response, so far as these i 1'recolclal) Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL SHOW : AT DARLINGTON. A BRILLIANT OPENING DAY JUDGING OF LIVE STOCK.' FULL LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS. The judging at the Ro-yal Show, which is the great practical bulsiness proceeding of the week, was conducted yesterday in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *'> N .GARDENING OPERATIONS. tender kinds of green' ouse plants complete their growth, they may be set by themselves in houses or frames, of which the sashes can be easily put on or removed. In such a situation they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bone and substance but less quality. The Welsh black cattle form a bigger show than on several -occasions of the Royal meeting. In the older bull •class the late popular master of the Atherstoue Hounds, Mr. W. E. Oakley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE SLOUGH STEEPLE CHASES.- Feb. 8. The Slough Plate (Handicap) of 60 soys ; winners after the publication of the weights, 71b extra ; 2 soys entrance. About three miles. 18 subs. St. lb. gt.lb. } oung Ragman Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. George Lowes, stock farmer, Hardriding, was returning from Stagshawbank to Anick Grange on Wednes- I day t.ight. when five men robbed him of upwards of 200/. Cure for Hydrophobia. - We have received the I following important statement Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL NEWS &«. Pbime Oxen.- We understand that Mr. John Reed, butcher, of South Shields, has, daring the hut fortnight, slaughtered thirteen prime oxen, the largest of wbich weighed 110 stones 91b., and the smallest 94 stones, the average Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. On Wednesday, the 27th Uwt., in South Parade, York, Mis. R. Ben lay , of a son. On Tuesday", the 20th inst., at Middksbro'-ou-Teea, Mrs. Thomas New sum, of a son. On Friday, the 2giid iust., at Devoi Subscribers-only content

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    REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK. Wheat.- Owing to a return of frost, the condition of the samples offered for sale bas been greatly improved, consequently there has been rather more inclination ou the part of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS -OXHO.NDS. A v Yobx abd _______"_.. Monday Blue Bridge 10 SO Tuesday.... Acaster 10 30 Thursday... Stourton 10 3. Saturday ...Escrick 10 _o Lobd M__>D_JtTOH's.Monday North Grimstone...lO 30 Wednesday. Wilberfoss Mi 1 1.... 10 30 Friday Staxton Subscribers-only content

    Morning Chronicle, WEDNESDAY JULY 28 1779

    -11 i. l AJGI1TS ol; ite p-efe,- PUS- iUR3. of AFFAIRS, 711y 24, , 9,t B e :hDEAN cf GLOCESTER. N tiries of i-mminent danger, er univerf-al .-inl,- a honlleft IIan, kl uh r til] v :ncani to erve. Subscribers-only content

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