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Mr. Snider, the inventer of the system of con- verting Enfields adopted by the Government, is suffer- ing from paralysis of the brain, said to have been greatly accelerated by the worries and anxieties caused by his uncertain and harassing relations with Government. Mr. Wm. Day's Sheep Sale at Woodgates.- On Thursday last Messrs. Ewer and Winstanley, auctioneers, of Salisbury, sold by auction, at Wood- gates, Dorset, the flock of about 1,100 stock ewes and Milver and ram lambs, the property of Mr. William Day, the well-known trainer. The sale was admitted to be the best ever known in this part of England. The rams and ram lambs averaged .£8 5s. per head. The Milver lambs averaged about £ 2 8s. Gd.; the two- teeth ewes about C3 17a. 6d.; the four-tooth nearly 80a.; and the six-teeth about £ 3 2s. 6d. per head, Thetotalproceadsoi' the sale amounted to £ 3 97518s. 6d. j

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THE CHOLERA AND TEE CATTLE…

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