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AGRICULTURE.\

HINTS UPON GARDENING. '-

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. --

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An analysis of the last cattle plague re- turn shows that of the counties in England, exclusive of the metropolis, two counties remain free from the disease; in 20 counties no cases have been reported as occurring during the week. SIX counties show an increase of 323 cases daring the week; 14 counties show a decrease of 267 cases during the week; show- ing a total increase darinr, the week in the counties of England of 56 cases. The metropolis shows an in- crease during the week of 4 cases. Of the counties in Wales, 10 counties remain free from the disease; in 11 counties no cases have been reported as occurring during the week; no counties show an increase during the week; 2 counties show a decrease of 33 cases during the week; showing a total decrease during the week in the counties of Wales of 33 cases. Of the counties in Scotland, 10 counties remain free from the disease; in 26 counties no oases have been reported as occurring during the week; 2 counties show an increase of 16 cases during the week; six counties show a decrease of 23 cases during the week; showing a total decrease during the week in the counties of Scotland of 7 cases. Of the counties in England, Wales, and Scotland, 22 counties remain free from the disease in 57 counties no cases have been reported as occurring during the week; eight counties and the metropolis" show an increase of 343 cases 22 counties show a de. crease of 323 cases; showing a total increase during the week ending May 19, 1866, in England, Wales, and Scotland, of 20 cases, as compared with the week ending May 12, 1866. i

THE STRIKE OF THE SEAMEN IN…

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A DOCTOR'S BILL.I

SUPPOSED EXTENSIVE FRAUDS.

EEL FARE IN THE THAMES.

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FACTS AND FACETIAE. 0