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ASSURANCE DEPARTMENT Cg:CE*ALLY

ASSURANCE DEPARTMENT Cg:CE*ALLY

Pri.7; paid is ose so, or in • limited sloshes of repents. Thirty danowed hie layman of Renewal Presahinca, Dtt Policies be lapsed, may be emived without the Emotion ru ns , Foote sod is laming of Pima. is Tow.. Liberty to travel spe cial afro b... greatly ...tended ; sa homage
10 April 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

HOUSE OF Lord Exunnonotos called the attention of the House to the war which we had just commenced with the King of A►a, and which he remarked might prove more serious than some %none imagined. The climate of the Burmese empire was most unhealthy, and though in some respects we
10 April 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
CHARGE.

CHARGE.

Gentlemen of the Grand Jury,—The calendar which is now before us, is neither very lengthy, nor is it, I am lityspy to say, heavy with regard to the nature of the offences contained in it ; and of the number of cases whieh stands upon the calendar, more than one third are seat to
10 April 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
EGYPT.

EGYPT.

The Pasha of Egypt left by the French steamer on the 21st ult., with the avowed intention of meeting • *teaser at Malta which has lately been built for him in fingiand. Ile, however, proceeded on to France, and will perhaps visit Siam his departure his palace at Sharnoub, near D
19 June 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
Aliscellancotts.

Aliscellancotts.

We understand that Government has reduced the rate of interest on advances to Iriih railways from five to four per cent.—Moneing Herald. basket of strawberries, grown in the open air, at East Linton, was exposed for sale on Monday in Edinburgh. They ripened five days earlier tha
19 June 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 

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NAPOLEON ON HIS HOBBYHORSE.

NAPOLEON ON HIS HOBBYHORSE.

Woe unto you, scribes of the English press, who live in France. Woe unto you, Editors who live in England, and yet allow any article to appear in your journals, derogatory to tho dignity or pride of the jealous of France ! lie has sworn it, (and his law, like the law of the Mede
19 June 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
will destroy the mails which are very deitructive to the young pods. A flail sowing may now bo put in.

will destroy the mails which are very deitructive to the young pods. A flail sowing may now bo put in.

Choose the dwarf green marrow, and sow thinly. Pars:mtg.—Continue to Garth up, taking advantage of periods immediately succeeding showery weather. ScAstrxr RCNICEIM—A few rosy be put in, if any of the previous analogs have failed. See that the advancing crop is well supported wi
19 June 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
PRICES CCIIRENT OF MANURES

PRICES CCIIRENT OF MANURES

These prices racy in soma instances according to the quantity of minute taken. Fittest Pale Peruvian d. £ s. d Guano per ton 9 5 0 AMMOII6 Phosphate Fine Brown (dry) OO 0 (Wakefiad and Damp ditto Nitrate of Soda(ewt) 14 10 0 Sulphate of Ammo. 1 - 1 0 0 Ditto of Potash Super-phos
19 June 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
WAREII.4..M.

WAREII.4..M.

Oar County Court was held ea Friday, but the only case of any importance was that of Poole e. bloody. The plaintiff is this case is • nurseryman at Wareham. and defendant is the Proprietor of the Patent Stone Works, at Sandford, near Wareham, but resides at Oreas, near Sherborne
19 June 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England
 
SHEPTON MALLET.

SHEPTON MALLET.

SLUMBERING CONSTABLES.—On Sunday last a person named Job Rossiter, of Chesterblade, was apprehended on • charge of breakin; into en outhouse, and steeling a cheese belonging to Mr. Thomas Whitehead, of Witherall, in the pariah of East Pennnrd. The prisoner was taken into custody
19 June 1852 - Southern Times and Dorset County Herald - Weymouth, Dorset, England