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I BOMiiSTIC mws. Kill Hor IXTEILTGKN'CK.—The state of the hop plantations « K exceedingly critical down to the middle of last week Me/'Hi since that time the improvement in the weather has done ders towards restoring them to a hea'thy condition, and tHi' '1 are now, generally speaking, highly promising. With exceptions, it is said, they were never more free from any ease, and are in a very growing state and if the fine weatw^' should continue, there must be very laree crops, and veC.>! good in quality. TJ,' LIBERAL CONSEHVATIVE LaNDLonns.—At their respecti uas audits last week. \V\ O. Brigstocke, Esquire, Blaenpal and John CJby. Esq.. Ftynonan, returned a liberal allowafiM't to each of their tenants, who expressed their grateful thanlf' oi tor s-ich an act. n!a; According to accounts from the Moors, the Hon. Coloff1 Lonther, M.P., on I uesday last bagged 40 brace ofbirds<« Snap and Birbeck Fells. Westmoreland. Milns, Esq., v/^= accompanied Col. Lowther, brought down ahout 30 bract On oorngal manor, near Alston-moor, on Wednesday IsiC- B. Tmkler. Esq.. of Eden-grove, killed 32 brace; J. Richard: I ton, Lsq. 20 brace. WO. CHSIEK MUSICAL FESTIVAL.—The 122nd Annual Meer" ing of the three Choiis of Gloucester, Hereford, and WorcefL ter, commenced on Tuesday se'nnight at the latter city (beitt* about t* eh e days earlier than the usual period j, under veC' cheering auspices. » V, 1 Bnisiot, 1"AIRS. The Cattle Fair begun on Monday, aij?" lasted taat and the following day. A large Quantity of rou^b' > and lean stock, including severai Irish heasts, were brought s market, but did not letch so liiuh prices as have been iateij' obtained. Of fat stock the show -.vas not large what theffci were, sold readily at from ôO. to 624. per cwt. There was' good show of sheep and lambs, which met a brisk sale at full t previous prices. The horse fair was poorly supplied, and veifpt little buiness done.—The Leather Fair commenced on Tues, day with a very moderate supply. The attendance of buyer»oc apoeaied more numerous than usual; and the demand'fof ^rong sole leather was very brisk, at an advance. Most oth^ goods remained same as bpforr,-In the Wool Fair, sufficienfH nas not yet been done to enable m to give a confident, opinion^ • The attendance is good. and the supply at the hall does not appear large from which circumstances, coupled with th%s ces' coll activity which prevails in the manufacturing districts, vrt should be inclined to think that an advance in late prices mat be calculated oit.— Briital Gazette. The progress of tl:3 harvest has been most g-ratifyingo sine' onr laat, a whole week of fine weather having afforded the oput port unity of uninterrupted operations. On Saturdav, the tem'i peruture rose nine degrees above that of the preceding d&yj^' the thermometer marking 70, and Sundav was also a beautiful and Let summer's day Monday was quite hazv, but still dryl- and a very large breadth of the outstanding crocs must liavC1 been secured in good condition. The quality has, of course,Pii been deteriorated by the heavy storms, but the quantity i*hf abundant, whilst the green crops are coming on remarkable, well. The two warm days of the last and present week wer«f( especially beneficial to the hops, and there are expectations oWi something approaching to a crop.—Heref rd Journal. T. IRON. IC is well known tnat iron made from coal in Franc^* abundant, whilst the green crops are coming on remarkable, well. The two warm days of the last and present week wer«f( especially beneficial to the hops, and there are expectations oWi something approaching to a crop.—Heref rd Journal. T. IRON. IC is well known tnat iron made from coal in Franc^* is of an inferior quality, and unfit for railway and other en-^ gineering worKs. This f act, in connexion with the fears of thflb French government, of the entire disforesting of the kingdom^ it charcoal iron worss are carried on to auv extent, has sufr-i gested the ide:t Oi forming all establishment at Bolo^ne-sur^h* mer for the make of iron and the manufacture of fire-bricks and pot.erv.h-om ores, coal, and clay, to be imported from Whles.— Ine builder. IG „the 13th inst., as a young ladv was in the^ act of hathing at Marloes, in this county, a large fish was cb.o served by a woman standing on the ciitis, about three waves from her; fortunately her ablutions were completed in the*1' tfrneot observation, or she might have become its prey. Ontf the following day, as some fishermen were hauling their net invi the same place, they enclosed a grey shark, about four feet in lengih, and trom the number of its teeth, it ii supposed !lhoutt; two years old. The jaw is in the possession of Mr. William Davies, schoolmaster, of Marloes, who, some years ago lost his leg whilst bathing, by one of these mons'ers of the depp, 1 and who seems to glory in his trophy, as somewhat of a com- pensation for his loss of limb.— Pembroktshire Herald. E AIHHSION OF THE RKV. G. WAUB 10 CAT liOLtcrsM. Mr. Ward has at length mudf up his mind to secede from the esta- I blished church. Correspondence, which ai.pej-.rs in rhe O^f .rd 3 Herald. espUins the reason 01 his doing' K0. It is expected t that otiier defections from the Protestant communion will im. 11 med.a efy follow by members of that university who belong to the 1 ractanan fectiool. ° I .,hR(M^AtaneSt.r)'eetingheld in this town on the £ 9th < lw'\i ^v'e Vicar, in the chair, ic was proposed ] .7 e: c'rcliwarden, seconded by Mr. Bonnor, and i camet unanimously, that a rate of fourpetice in the pound e granted f the putting of the church an<i its approaches into an efficient state ot repair, and for the requisite expenditure 1 Of tile churchwardens for the current year. LO'T NUVSFAPEHS. The number of applications, complain- ing of the miscarriage and loss of newspapers during the past year (in England I, was 1792. (This number is exclusive of r personal applications, and of applications relating to news- I paueis sent by cross country posts, which the books of the otfice do not distinguish but they are not numerous ). The number of newspapers fou, d in the office, with covers burst, during the year, was £ 5,016. The average number from St. -Marrin's-le-gtand each day was 108.45^. The number re- I turned to the dead letter otiice in the year was I 1-8 h80 and the number of newspapers replaced in covers a:1d forwarded t with notice, in the year, 9.912. With these stiteinents befote them, our readers will not be surpiised that, occasionally, j their papers have not come regnlaily to hand.

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