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All accounts agree in stating that the apple trees throughout Somerset afford a flattering prospect of an abundant crop.ithe bud is considered in most instances too firmly fixed to be affected by a May frost, or cold winds, should either occur. The price of cider in the S"uth Hams has consequently fallen to about 3& per bsrrel.-Shcrbourne Journal' MINES OF SAXONY.—The 528 shafts in the Freiberg and Schneeberg mining districts, which yield silver, tin, bismuth, cobalt, vitriol, and arsenic, employ 8,684 miners, besides 1,589 mechanics and labourers; and afford support to a mining population of n,27:i males, and 6,743 married females, who have 13,423 chil- dren under fourteen years of age. The metals and mine- rals extracted from these mines in 1831 produced a sum of 267,3001,

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HOUSE OF LORDS, MAY 11.

G/UIN, MEAL, AND FLOUR-

FASHION AND LITERATURE-

THE LONDON

MISCELLANEOUS GLEANINGS.

'FROM fRlDATrs LONDON flA7.P,TTfi-'

FROM TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTO,