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Hitchin S. Kingsland - road, Worcester, May 4. Hube J C. Broadway, Deptford, Cornwall, May 4. May 5. Hall W. Silver-sircet, Wood-st. Chambers, May 6. May 5. Hume W Berwi k-upon-Tweed, May 9. Robertson J. May 7. Hunt W. Putney, Surrey, May 9. Fleet-street, May 26. Harris R. Madstone, May 9. Hesketh J. and Jones W. Liverpool, May 11. Harrison J Liverpool, May 12. Hetherington A. and Mackie J. Drury-lane, May

16.

April 25.
May 5.

Johnson W. Edgeware-road, May 12.
Isaacs G and M. Bevis-Marks, April 14.
Isard W. East Grinstead, Sussex, April 21.
Kenworthy J. Bollington, Cheshire,
April 14.
Kendrick J. Birmingham,
April 29.

Lewes J. Westminster-Bridge-road, Ap. 28. Lindsay P Greenwich, May 1. Lewthwaite J. Liverpool, May 2 Life J. Ripley, Yorkshire, May 11. Life G. High Harrowgate, Yorkshire, May 11. Lloyd H. Middle Temple Lane, May 16. Lench J. B. Curtain-road, June 9.

Morgan R. Aberdare, Glamorganshire, May 1. Maitland D. Wigan, Lancashire, Campbell W: London, and Wright W. Liverpool, May 2. Manley C. Lion's Inn, May 2. Mles S. Bristol, May 7. Morley J. Sewardstone, Essex, May 9 Montieth J. Gracechurch-street, May 12.

Noble J. Kensington Gravel pits, May 1.
Norman T. Shenstone, Staffordshire, May 9

Pritchard J. Wigmore-street, April 11.
Papillon P. J. Swithin's lane, April 21.
Powell W. Lombard-street, April 28. Phil.
lips M. Norris-street, May 5. Pickup J.
Burnley, Lancashire, May 6
Kendal, Westmorland, May 8. Phillips
Pearty B.
B and Bacon W. Ewer-street Southwark,
May 9.

Rodd E. London-street, April 14. Russell J. Moorfields, April 21. Roberts H.Arreton, Isle of Wight, April 33. Rouse W.

Roberts T. He'ston,
Ross B. New City
and Hutchinson J.
Ross A. Minories,

April 14.
Smedley 1. Maiden-lane, Wood-street,
Finsbury-square, April 14.
Scott J. and G. South-street,
Ringmore, Devon, April 17. Stephens W.
Sutton T.
ley, Huddersfeld, Yorkshire, and Little-
Exeter, April 18. Stotterd T. and J. Lind-
wood T. Oldfield, April 20. Smethurst J.
and Mangnall J. Bolton, Lancashire, April
21 and 28 Shneider R. W. White Lion-
court, Birchin-lane, April 28. Sergent F.
Kent-road, May 5. Southard G. New Bond
Wakefield, Yorkshire, April 30. Scurry F.
street, May 5 Sutton T Ringmore, Devon,
May 8. Syms J. Trowbridge, Wiltshire,
May 19.

man J. S. Colchester, Essex, April 15, 0.
Taylor T. Birmingham, April 14. Tyde..
Treadgold J Portsea, Southampton, Ap.25.
Tuton J. and Warring J Leeds, April 22.
Tinkler G. and Risk J. Meard's-court, War-
dour-street, Soho, May 2.
Bishopsgate street, May 16.
Titford W. C.
Urquhart W. Ratcliffe-cross, April 21.
Weaver W. Gray's-Inn-lane, April 18.
Wyatt J. Cheadle, Cheshire, April 23.
Walker W. Stratford, Essex, April 21.
Wright J. Kebroyd Mill, near Halifax,
Wilkinson J. Leeds, Yorkshire, April 23.
Yorkshire, Ap. 25. Winch W Tothill-st,
Westminster, April 25. Wheatley J. Mark-
lane, April 25. Wilson W. Colchester,
Liverpool, April 27. Watson S. Blakeney,
Essex, April 27. Willacy J. W. and T.
Norfolk, May 5. Wilson J. Kendal, West-
rough J. High Wycomb, Bucks, May 9.
inorland, May 9. Wilkinson S. and Bur-
Wilson W. Patrick Brompton, Yorkshire,
May 14. Westwood R. Bristol, May 15.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

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NTIL within these few days the weather has been very cold and ungenial, and if an interval of moderate warmth occurred, its good effects were soon undone by the recurrence of N.E. winds. Vegetation has been thus generally retarded, particularly of the spring grasses: in the mean time the tillage lands, especially the strong sorts, have been dried and well moulded, and the wheats have remained in a most healthy and flourishing state. The wind has for some days set in the S. W. and should it remain westward, with some gentle showers, the season will proceed under the most flattering auspices of plenty.

Notwithstanding the absence of sun, and the backwardness of the spring, never were there more favourable and encouraging reports from every corner of the three united. kingdoms than at the present moment. district, upon the march, and in many upon the alert. The row-culture, and conse Cultivation and improvement are, in every quent clean tilth, is making its way surely, if slowly; many orders have of late been Executed in the breeding counties for labouring oxen, and it is becoming a regular branch among the deders to supply that species of cattle. The threshing machine Continues to spread; and Mr. Walker, the celebrated mathematician and lecturer has lately invented a hand threshing engine, at the low price of eight and twelve guiness. calculated for small farmers, which a proved on trial tower completely The fea

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counties are in a high state of caction and improvement, and the fen farms let at a very advanced rent.

The spring corn is nearly all s wn upon a most favourable tilth, and the young crops look beautiful and healthy Pora de planting proceeds upon an enlarged scale Ternips and hay nearly eaten up by the vast stock which has been kept in the country this season; and those fariners who have not had the foresight to provide for the exigences of latter spring (and they are not a few), will suffer much.

Country full of live stock: the sale at all the spring fairs dull, store pigs excepted, of which there is yet wanted an increase of the breed. At Barnet fair, rat le nearly ten per cent. cheaper than last year, which afforded a fine opportunity to those graziers who could buy but most were deterred by the backwardness of the spring grass. The marshes, however, are open, but rain and sun are much wanted. The fall of lants Price of wool continues steady. was never greater, Lor the prospect more favourable

The corn-markets have been gluted of late with superabundant supplies, and Smithfield has overflowed with fat cattle: prices as under-seef, 3s to 5s. 6d-nutron, 4s 64. to 53 -lamb, s. 6d. to 7s 6d veal, 4s. 6d. to 7s.-poik, 4s. 6d. to 6s. 6d. fat, Sood. London bacoa, 6s. 4d.-Irish, 5s.

Middlesex, April 24.

AVERAGE PRICES OF CORN,

By the WinchesterQuarter of 8 Bushels, and of OATMEÁL per Boll of 140lbs, i Averdupois, from the Returns received in the Week ended April 18, 1807.

INLAND COUNTIES.

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Surrey 83 C 42
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Notting 78

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38s. 7d; Oars 27s. 10d.;
42s. 11d.; Pease 46s. 10d; Oatmeal Dorset
Hants
48s. 98.

Males
Females 690

Males,

1883

Females, 7741508

Whereof have died under two years old 366.

Perk Loaf, 45. 2d 43.21, 4s. 1d. s. 11d.
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