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THE WHIGS AND NO DISTRFss.-At one large corn market last week ihe stocks of 11 farmers were sold by auction at less than half their proper valite.- Boston Herald. The Duke of Buccleuch visited Langholm Lodge on Saturday last, and devoted that day and Mon- day to the transaction of necessary busienss, with Major Riddell, his grace's chamberlain, and Mr. Harley, the newly appointed factor for the districts of Eikdale, Ewesdale, and Liddesdale, and with other local agents. His grace attended divine service, on Sunday, in the pa- rish church as usual, and left the lodge by four o'clock on Tuesday morning, in order to attend a county meet- ing in Edinburgh the same d,iy.-Cai,lise Patriot. Sidi Hambden, the rich Moor of Algiers, who in his character of depositary of a part of the trea- sure of the ex-Dey, has been exposed to vaii >us ex- actions, has arrived in Paris in order to lay complaints before the Government against some of those who have been so imprudently invented with authority on the coast of Africa. He is also the bearer of the grievances of his fellow -citizens.- (Court ier Francais.) GIGANTIC LEEK.—We have been favoured with the sight of a leek reared in the garden of one of the villas at Blackburn, and now raised to be transplanted for seed. the dimensions of which how the perfection to which this plant may be brought by proper culture Circumference of stalk loi inches height of greatest blade 34 inches breadth of ditto 8 inches weight 4 hs. The curious may be gratified by a sight of this gigantic plant at the shop of Mr. Alexander, High treet.- Ayr Advertiser. The quantity of butter at Shepton Alailet market on Friday last, was so great that the best that could be made was sold at 6d. per lb., 17 ounces to the lb. CARPET TRAI)E.-Witliin the last fortnight, the following carpet manufacturers in Yorkshire have ad- vanced the wages of their workmen a halfpenny per yard, on super and common Scotch fabrics, v,z-, JVlr. Jam9S5 Horsfall, Mr. M. Swallow, Mr. J. Swallow, Mr. U illtam Illitigwor-li, Mr. B. Graves, Mr. George Bond, and Mr. Thomas Armitage and Sans, of lieckmondwike Mr. Samuel Cook, of Mill Bridge, Mr. James Fr,.nce, of Dewsbury, and Mr. James Mown, of Leeds. The dil- ferent carpet manufacturers of Scotland have a so given the r workmen an advance..Leeds Intelligencer. NEW MINERAL.—A new mineral has re- cently been discovered in the island of Corsica. It contains particles of gold-, and some vases that have been made of i', from the bnlhancy of their polish and the beauty of ih«ir colours, resemble enamel,-FreRc I Papçr.

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