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SCRIPTURE ILLUSTRATIONS.-No.…

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To PREVENT HORSES BEING TEASED WITH FUES —Take two or three handfuls of walnut leaves upon which pour two or three quarts of soft cold water, let It Infuse one night, and pour the whole next morning into a kettle, and let it boil for a quarter of an hour; when cold, it will be ready for. use. Nothing more is required to than moisten a sponge with the liquid, and, before the horse goes out of the stable, let those parts which are most irritable be smered over with the liquor, viz. between and upon the ears, the neck, the flaa. &e. Not only the lady or gentleman who rides out for pleasure will derive benefit from the walnut leaves thus prepared, but the coachman, the waggoner* and all others who use horses during the hot months.— Sport man's SJagaxint. TRI,MSARAN.-The important discoveries and im- provements in the manufacture of iron by the appli- cation of anthracite, instead of the bituminous coal, hitherto invariably used for this purpose, renders this property one of extreme valne, and which twelve months siuce could not have been attached to it. The larg-e extent of the mineral tract embracing antracite or stone coal with iron-stone, and the advantages which the property possesses from its locality to ports of shipment, hold out strong induce. ments for the successful establishment of iron-works on the most extensive scale in the united Kingdom, and therefore viewed alone in that light as holding out the prospects of a handsome fortune being realised at an early period. The profitable sale is now about 20,000 tons a-year, which by exertion mAy be doubled.

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