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COMMUNICATIONS

COMMUNICATIONS

It is indispensable when a good cup of tea is desired that the infusion be made with young leaves, the spring sort* h*ve great strength and ch >ice flavour. The iugenioiia Chinese, with view profit, disgui-o brown withered Autumn with mineral colour, consequently alt who want te
2 February 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
A telegram announces that Mr. Macready, secretary to the Irish National Education Board, is dead. Saturday Lord addressed the miners

A telegram announces that Mr. Macready, secretary to the Irish National Education Board, is dead. Saturday Lord addressed the miners

of Mid- Lothian on tbe present conflict betwean capital and labour The noble lord is anxious for a Royal Commission to enquire into all the relations between employer andemplopod. The Northern Reform demonstration took place on Monday at Newcastle-on-Tyne. procession numbered 20
2 February 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
OTHERY, About 4J miles from Lamport, 7 from firidgwater, and 3 miles from the Athelney Railway Station, Somerset. Genuine and

OTHERY, About 4J miles from Lamport, 7 from firidgwater, and 3 miles from the Athelney Railway Station, Somerset. Genuine and

Absolute Sale of capital Dairy Cows, Dairy LUnsils, MR. MORRIS instruct.d to SELL by AUCTION, on the remises, at Othery aforesaid, on Tuesday, the 12th day of February next, at Half-pust Two o'clock valuable DAIRY COWS and Dairy Utensils, the property of Mr. Thomas Kiddle* who r
2 February 1867 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE BUSINESS OF REGISTRATION

THE BUSINESS OF REGISTRATION

Let none surprised at our terming the Registration a business ; it a business—a distinct branch of knowledge mystery which no man could practise successfully until he has served a long apprenticeship to it; seven years at least will be required to make him a master the art. They
5 October 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MARK LANE.

MARK LANE.

S! CON!) EDITION. Friday, Pour o'Clock. Then' liai * (food return ofE iy;li,h Wheal ibis week; little of other Grain. |«rcels vkeat w. fir.ii, i.iiiill advance on Monday', prices. irley, U. in*, Poie, Oats unvaried from Monday.
5 October 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

A Good Swallow. —not American. —Mrs. Wetherell, Castle Howard, had fine cleteli of chickens, fifteen in number, which she fed one day lately, as usual ; and about half hour after she observed a duck, of the Muscovy breed, tlie act of swallowing one of them. The duck was killed i
5 October 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
Delightful Cottage Residence, TO BE LET, IV'Uhin Six of Taunton. TO LET* Furnished or Unfurnished, with immediate Possession, a spacious

Delightful Cottage Residence, TO BE LET, IV'Uhin Six of Taunton. TO LET* Furnished or Unfurnished, with immediate Possession, a spacious

/ ; beautifully situated in a I.awre; f Garden! and Pleasure Grounds ; it coiitains/ureflKfast, dining, and drawing-rooms, and beil-rooms, with excellent officrs every description, coach-house and stabling. Land can had if required. For further particulars, apply pott-paid, to M
5 October 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
LONDON MARKETS, &c.

LONDON MARKETS, &c.

CORN Mark Lane, Monday. Thonah the arrival of Wheat this morning w moderate, vet having several samples left over from last week, there was on the whole fair show ; and have tittle variation notice in the trade. irley supports our last quotation, and Beans are the turn dearer ;
1 June 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
LANGPORT.

LANGPORT.

(From our Correspondent.) The Langport Cattle Market, which took place on Monday the second ot Decern oer, exhibited such show of fat cattle, and more particularly oxen, but few markets can producing. Amongst the graziers who produced the bc.sc stock were noticed Mr. Wall is, Dr
7 December 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
REGULAR CONJUGATIONS.

REGULAR CONJUGATIONS.

(from the Spectator.) Now that it is rtaiu the Queen has done with declining and going to conjugate, speculation, like tasked schoolboy, is onee more turned down discover the potential, the imperative the conditional, ami all the other moods the political future. a>soled, reader
7 December 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England