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STEI.I.ARUM!

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OLB MOORE'8

A N A C K,
For.

THE YKAa
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BEINO THE SECOND AFTEK BISSEXTILE OR LEAP TEAR, AND THE TWBNTT-SIXri THE REIGN OF H1£K PRESENT MOST QRACIOUS MAJESTY QUliEN VICTORIA:
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WITH

BEAUTIFUL

ENGRAVINGS

OF

ENGLISH

FOR KACII MONTH

BIRDS, FLOWERS, OP THE YEAR.

AND

IHSECTS,

LIST OF FAIRS &
BI3IN0 AMD SETTING

JIMKETS IN ENGLAND,
AMO rilASES or the

DIRECTIONS FOR THE FARMER AND GRAZIER; THE BAROMETER, THE WEATH^i?
PLANETS
MOON. FROIl THE
BE.ST

AUTHOBITT.

a
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^ropfietic ^terogij^pljic
Heads
ADAITED TO TIIK TIMES of Nations; Predictions of Coining Events;
IN

Portraits of the

CORRECT TABLES OF STAMPS AND TAXES;
THE PRINCIPAL FIXED AND MOVABLE FEASTS
ECLIPSES
;

THE YEAR OF OUR LORD,

1862;

LAW AND UNIVERSITY TKRMS
CI^

;

ARTICLES OF THE CALENDAR, BTG.

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ALL THAT CAN BE DESIRED

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AN ALMANACK.

PUBUSHED AND SOLD BY

T.

RoBEHTS

LONDON: & Co.,

ti
8,

CrANE

CouilT,

FleeT SteEET

J

AND SOLD BT ALL EOOKSSLLERS AND NEWSaEN THUOl'GIIOUT THB BRITISH BKriHE.

When you Order " OLD ilOORE'S he to ask for L, S" Sdiiion, otherwise you are HatU to be disappolnlcxi by ffctting an incorrect and */ " inferior imitation. The Genuine " Old Moore't Penny Almanark " may be at once htoion by observing (S^ at the foot of titlt-page the impriTit »f T. Roberts and' Co., No. S, Cmuii-cintri, Flccl-strcet, London. (^

ROBERTS

CAUTION. -

PSNNY ALMANACK,"

mm

PHASES OF THE MOON.— 1862.

186-3.— JAHtTAEY

XXXI DAYS.

tiuiidais, F-iSliivala, Historical

JiRDS

Coldfi ch

liullfii

cb,

AVicr

Rising aud Setting of the Plsmets.

Floweis
Sp

Uazel

Catki
t

irge la irel

Furz

s Sn d u Cones H p

IjW

2Th

Circumcision. Sunday Kvg. Sp Services re-comd. at St Pauls. ] Sandwich Islands so called by Captain Cook, 1778.

3P
4S
b\^

Archbishop of Paris

assassinated,

8 43 9 11 9 34
9

5 23 6 44 8 4
9 19

PREDICTIUSa
Unlike the horse racing
not
prophets,
plavc>!

even

placed,

or

which are

Covcnt Garden founded, 18U9.

Yenus

53

6M
7,Tu
81

91h
10,F
11,S

12^^ ISlM
14|Tb

15 16 Ik

W

17F
18S

19^
20
22;

M

21;Ti;

W

8r!10 9 5s 10 25 8 7RilO 41 .ucian. Fire due. Jupiter 4 8s!i1 1 rises 10.21 p lacauLay Imi Westminster 6r 11 19 lis 11 46 Public 5r Aficr. 59 13s died, IhOl. Cambridge Lent Term begins. 3r 1 51 Oxford Lent Terra begins. Average 17s 2 51 coldest day of year. Tremendous Storm in England, 1363. 2r 4 Battle of Corunna, ISOD. Teuus seU 20s 5 1^ HM p.m. Swan River Settlement comm., 1839. Or 6 29 Prisca. Old Twelfth Day. 23s 7 45 58r 9 1 First English Parliament, 1265. 26s 10 21 56r 11 39 8 4
1

Snd Su.vday aftpr Christmas. Butt. Ijeiween ^pmiards and Mooi*s, I80I. F.pipiiANv. Public llcfoim Meeting

10 31
11

42 50 58
6

1

3

411
5 11 6 5 6 5(' 7 26

7 8 8 8
9

9
9

Hallam
Roval

(historian) died, 1859.

20 1h 24'F 25 S

Exchange

opened by Queen

Elizabeth, 1571.

Jupiter rises 9.17 p.m.

Conversion of
of

St.

Paul.

Pacification

Oude

reported, 1839.

SOs 54r 3os 51r
37s
'I8r

2 10 1 2 22 10 3 42 11

56 16 39 58 16 34 54 20 52 34

26-^
27 M 28 Tu

New
South Wales
col.inised, 1788.

4 53
5 51 6 36

After.

INTENSE COLD
Renders the Liver and other importani Viscera torpid, and, in consequence
naturally. act as a
rient,

1

36

P.'VRR'S

LIFE PILLSj

Warm und Balsamic Aperemoving without the slightesi]

40s 46r
44s

43 k

7 10 7 35 7 56

2 54 4 15 5 36 6 65

1862.—FEBRUARY

XXVHI DAYS.

iijd*>s, I'wtivais,

Uutoiical
Plinetj.

Sun
Kiiei. R.

Dgand Srttiugof the

Seu,

8.

Aft.

Droo

Peri-

IS
2'^
[

(or Robin

I

Crusoe)

dia.
lail

7 41r 4 49s
held

3M
4Tu

€8 frozoii.

and

1684.

J upittr rises 8.34 p.m.

8 14; 8 9 8 3l! 9 21 8 4710 32
'^

PREDICTIONS.
Varied and imporunt are the lubjects on which our representatives, hereditary and
elective, have to decide about this What signify ihe asjurancei always

time.

given

in

royal

speeches, that

her Majesty con-

Fair held on th« Thames, 1814.
clory of Platsy,

i .'i.Ss IWJO. Q o
|7

5W
6Th
7|F

by Oive. 1757.

dependence of TTnited Stales recog- [A rife' |-± OOfe^ ai,ed, 1778, by France.
Pri

35b' 9 Q Ao' y 45

friendship 1 1 41'tinue8 to receive eipressions of "j-^-^ ^-^j and cordiality from Foreign Powers, if th. ^^^ 24 *'°"I

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f/ "n^^r^/, ^Tmlri^'kMot'ftU a prorniT.eiit pMiUon in the minds of legislator, and people at this period;

both but

1o6!^« "\"e not plenty of other element, of Ihe idea that a d-.scord and apprehension. Mary again to 8S Half quarter dav.1587. Queen of 5 Oslo 552 58 portion of the d.s-Uniied States cannot be Scots beheaded; profess allegi.ince to England 5th Sunday *naR Kpiphaky. "Mid- '7 2 8r 11 41 3 00l--«>li^ed yet. ubut believe. hat such a con9^^ night meeting" St. James' Hall, 186U. neither difficult, impotsible, sununation Corlei sails from Cuba against Mexico, can for»e. from A. far a, distant. 4 43 nor chaotic elcmenis of the eiisiing struggle, 5 4s After, 10 M 1519, the ^ III., 1226 to 1 1 T.T G'- ChartersubBC. by Henrr 7 24k 1 42 5 23 'he South cannot maintain debance be, the 1 1 ilJ lished, 18( Com. Treat the may but. lamentable though
of

«ak. visits

the Pope, 1859.

j7
i

31r!10 16 \y *
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v./

is

I...V-

t't.'i

I

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its

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12 Napier 13 IHj Berri 14 F |%9^
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Grey executed.
died, 1^6'
16S9. aled, 1820.

Sir

W.

North,

5 7
|y

7s

Due de

20r
jy^

Battle of St. Vincent,
lost,

5 lis 5 15s 7 13r 5 18s

ecn Victoria

1S32.

Venus
1S57.

16^
17
19
'

SarruAGESiMA.

Dr.

Kane died,

M

Michael Angcio died, 1504.
|Lulher died, 1546. Venus rises 6.40 p.m,
jcalileo

18 Tu

W

2 51 5 56' North South. Canada, deeply interested in lit! the ;, in 4 10 6 2o'the struggle, and holdevery way sorelytotried the 5nr, n A ""'* tempted, willand ingloriously true wisely. this she acts 27 6 44i mother country, been bridged by the stu„ The AtUntic has 6 45 7 3 pendous ship the Great Extern, and in one voyage, of about nine days, conveyed in 8 4 7 22 cemfort above 4,000 soldiers, with all their This timely succour at ones requisites. ^ ^.1 « the 9 20i 7 42 checked the mad ravings of some ofkeep Let Americans 1, .,1 New York newspapers. Canada will neve to their own affairs, for 10 48, 8 3
I
I
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...,

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England.

bom,

1564.
1547.

7
Joseph

9rI
*C^S\

25:

21 F 22 S A, 9Q S' ^O

,mes

I.

inaug., died, 1855. (of Scotland)

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1 a' J-U

Q F^rl O Ou

"^"^ Weather— February month, being tflen cold and

is

murdered, 1437.

Hab. Corp. suspended, 1B17.

/

OR

SrXAOBSlMA.

Plague

161)5-100,000 died.

24 M,"!'/;"^-'""''''""25 Tv f'^JtTJZ^, 1M9. 9R \V E»"-lof E-!^i or eiieaded, ^O quake in Y kshire. 15 "''''• 97 A" at - Th"""- Washiugto

Vrms'.rong
1.

W

lie!

]

Earth-

I

^'-

<

I

28 F

Indian Mutiny

1862.--MAECH XXXI DAYS.

bu

il^js

f e^t

as

ll sbu
t-,

Thrush.

iLOHERS.
Uee.

Rising and Setting of the Planets.

Inemone. Cuckoo-pint,
Violet.utterfly,

Humble

IS

.?(.

David.

AnniTersarj of " Ancieii
jxm.
deatli

Britoua."

6 6

48r 6
6

2^

Saturn

risei 6.12

5 40s
5 43s 6 5 6 5 6 5 6 5 6 6 6
6

LONGEVITY.
At Logie-port, Scotland, ten
occurred iu the parish during tli' year 1860, and of those Are happened at the agei of seventj-four, eighty eighty-three, eighty-five, and ninety nine, respectively. When we pro perly look into the subject we con^ less the depend in a great degree upon selves. If we were all to copy the example of Old Parr, and avail ourselves of bis Sovereign Remedy, we should stand a much better chance than ever of " a long day." PARR'S PILLS may be bought for a trifle, thus avoiding the fee for

44r 7
39r
47s

35r
50s

7 7 8 19: Morn. 8 52 44 9 34 1 41

7 2 52 8 12 10 9 22 3110 32 5211 40
371

PREDICTIONS.
Stormy March
tion.
strife.

tkou art true to thy vocaFor many a day there has not been so many portents of political and elemental
1

To what

yaxi

:ire

we

to look for

peace

fill progress and th« quiet exercise of industry, nothing of Am«rica, where grct events have arisen, and are still likely to arise at any 'lay. How can men look towards France without some degree of .ipj)rehenfiion. Far be it from me to excile misiruat towards the Emperor, but he has been often hurried on

to b;iy

spite
to

of himself.
his
it ?

When

a

man
it

never seems

know

own mind, how can other people

divine

10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

"advice;" and all that is necessary to combat disease is to persevere
ipiter rises 5.40 p.m.

eneral Rising of the Sicilians againsi

Earl St. Vincent died, 1833.
rD

25 54s 11 25 26r After. 57s 1 45 2iR 3 3 Is 4 21 17r 5 41

30r

IN r.BKT. Gustavus III, assass. 1793. Jullien died, 1860.
.

SuNOAv

Patrick-

Dukedom

of Cornwall

instituted, 1337.
erjie died, 1. 6S.

Home

Tooko died,

1S13.

-Vewton died, 1737.
in
Col.

Great Railway Canada, 1S59.

20
21 22 23 24

Despard executed, 1803.

Knight Templars" suppressed, 1312
Kotaebue
i

tinated, 1819.

M

J Si:nd*t in Lent. ^£34,000,000 ddcd to Pub. Debt by Iiid. Mutiny. Quocn Elizabeth died. 1603. Annexation of .Savoy and Nice to France,

nnunciation.

Lady Day.

[1S60,

1699.

Ca

28 F

Tombia
is

Hunter's red., 1801. reinterred at Wcstmiuater,1859.
inst.,

29S
30i5)

Koyal Society of Edinburgh

1783.

H Sunday
pers, 1SS2.

in Lent.

Gunp. Exp.

Sicilian Ves-I at Hounslow,
[1859.1

3l!M

Cockflghting prohibited, 1S54.

7 2 "actice has been manifest to When >unt de Persigny became Minister of the terior, he professed an anxious desire for 6 12r 8 27 6 ;edom of discussion and freedom of the ess, but these professions were fallowed by 7s 9 53 6 6 ess prosecutions, and cannot be forgotten e 8r 11 15 6 58 at an innocent, eloquent, and learned speech xde by the Duke d'Aumale at a literary --— was treated as an attack against the 7 34 6 lis Horn. and as a manifestation of a desire to 34 8 21 6 3r behalf of the dynasty of Louis Philippe. Und«r such circumstances 6 14s 1 36 9 20 can March go out like a lamb ? I fear not, hope f»r the best. Courage the 5 59r 2 31 10 31 Ides of March are past. 6 18s 3 11 11 47 The Whathbr.—The temperature dwring h month advances d eg. on »he iwe«e<Iing 5 54e 3 41 After. he Buperabundiuit niui«ture of the earth vaporates, and pro21s 4 4 2 20 tared for sowing. the sdU thus be«oDiea parts The winds cume freai vhich cause them t« be called "sea winds;" 49r 4 25 3 34 hey are warmer than tb«se from •p^site iuarfcert This the latest penod when 24s 4 41 4 46 earn, -po^, and winter votirfies may be s«.wn oats, barley, hovnp 45r 4 58' 5 57 mccestftiUy be sown this monkb,and clover e<:ds should and iid other grass seeds with the spring corn, or 28s 5 15| 7 7 mongst wheat; plant hops. Aiders are »ow a 40r 5 34 8 16 lit This dressgood period for destroying lolcs. Top voun-; wheat.
4s
all.
it
I

2 3 3 4 4 5 5 5

the pro34 faithful ally, but the worst of ceedings in France from time to time are 17 lingcd with great inconsistency. The talk of reducing the army resuhed in a virtual in52 crease of and professions of peace have been rather contradicted by increased armaments. 22 have always been of opinion that certain elements have existed in France likely to lead 45 to a rupture with England. Indeed, I know
is.

No doubt

he has been a good and

it,

1

6

from unerrif g sources that such a rupture has been imminent, and has only been averted
by the and conciliatory spirit of the internal position of France, the varianca between precept and

26 45

is

ti

is

;

fla.'E,

is

1862.— APEIL

XXX

DAYS.

Sundays, reillr Is, Hislorii;al Noll Rising and Settin; of the Planets.

.-^un

llTu

.Angling for barbel, bream, carp, ac

smeU com.
died Prince
1643.

Venus

rises 4h.

2\W
Sj'lk

Battle of Copenhajjcu, leOl.

Sm. p.r Mirabeau'

g

Rupert
4.

4F
5!s

Ooldsmith died, 1 Palermo. ISfiO.

Insurrection

;

Damon guillotii i, 1794. Museum fouiido'l, 1753.
Badajoz Hkon, 1812.

Brill!

5th StT.NDAY IK LhNT. Kafthqua^ London, 1680. 37,045 persons

all'-'

7|M
811;

CCrjs. Pal.,lS60

5
j

Lorea&o de Medieis died, 1492.

Q 5

9W
ioIth

King

Henry

IIF 12S
isl^ 14'M
15'Tu

SL James the Less (Aposllc) died, 62. g King Wm. III. and Mary procla mcd,' _
1«S9.

Aldsbl. troojs relieved,

IStJii.

Pai-m

Earl Dundonald deetrojs French fleet '^ in Basque Roads, IbO». Edict of Nantes .5U>day

Bignid. 1598. Lady Morgan d.. 1859. Cuckoo first heard. Vote of thanks to

Lord Canning,
Easier

1?;59,

Term

begins.

Earl Godwin

d

ed. loSa.

16|W 17Th
ISlF 19 jS

Sweating Sioknets breaks out at Shrewsbury, loSl. Horlicullural Franklin died, 1790.
Society eslnblished, ISOS.

Goon Friday.
1794.

Lord Cumdeu

diei

Amos

Melanclbon

died, ISfiO. died, 15b0.

Lulhera

2oL§
21

EAsraa .sikdav.

Princes protest, 1589. " Maid of exeented, liiS4.

Kent
Firi

M
IV

Foundation of Rome, B.C. 753. Drinking Fotmlaiu opened,
Roy;
Gior</e

22

founded,

d Fletcher

ltiu3. tried. 1844.

Barber

'23\W 24jlH

Shak*.8p»are died, 1816.1

RevK

'P'"

1856.

Discov^^ry of Braail, 1500. 3.49 a.m.
Is inrigoratod and youth to old age

Jupiter setsiv

25F
26S
27'^
28 29 'lu

MAN'S BODILY POWER
use of

pt

preserTcd from!—, by ih? occasional /
'

PARR'S LIFEPJLLS. They

M

SOW

cUar trom the body all hurtful impurities, improve the Digtsiiv< Powers, speedily cure all Liver Com plainU, Bilious Ailments, Skit Eruptions, Lowoese of Spirits, Ijead ncht, CoBiiveneca, Gout, Lumbago

1862—MAY XXXI DAYS.

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Wolpecker Cu koo 1 Lo 1 1.R5 lobe rion er i r t 1 arr Lllj of the V a le Blue Bells H horit— Insbcts WocdUj
RDS
,

Ris ng

and

Set ing oF the Planets.
'iootlni d,

Seu

lilu U

on of
in

K gUnd and

ro 4

34E 5 3010 lb
6 15 11
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PliEDICTIONS

2F
3S
4'^

5M
6 lb

disc, hv Columbus, 1494. Crnss Cheapside uiid Maypole in the Su-and d*st., 164J. War in Now Zealand, 1860. 2wD .Sunday aftkh Eastrr. Archb. of Cauterbury died, 1S60.

Jamaica

7 '^"^ 9 9« '
4

May

of 1862 will be prorainant for

lejoicings.

Court excitement about royal alliances,

3lK 7
25s
8

81147
20 48
1

and the wonders of the second Great Exhibition. Alasl that such pleasant proceedings should be chequered by gloomy political apprehensinns and past or coming strife between nation and nation. At the period of the first Exhibition all looked coulenr dtroK.

Napoleon died,

ISiJl.

Leslie died, 1859

Wilkes released from Tower,

7jW 8Th
9:F

1763. Humboldt died. )S59. umbsrl.in.1 d., ISll. Curfew Bell estab.,106S abol., 1100. avoisier guillotined, 1794. Jupiter
;

rises 1.32

4 27R 9 13 7 29s 10 23 4 24r 11 35 7 32s Alter.
4 20r 2 6 3 26

hoped that the happy Then war and hatred had oe

U
30 49
8

1 1

p.:

from
.ISO.

Cadiz,
sails

1502,

lOS

11'^

7 35s 4 17r 7 38s 12 M Sir C. Barry died. lS6ii. Easter Term ends. Monastic eslal 4 14r 13|'ll' abolisbcd. 1.^39. Great Meeting of London Letter Cai 7 41s 14! riers, 1860. Vaccination ins:., 1793. 4 llK 15 Th Biutle of Hexham, 1464 Gates 1G,F TitusAlbuera.coiiTiclcd, 1685. Victory 7 44s of 1811. 17S Weathercock. Cross, anil Ball of St. 4 8r Si ndav aktrr Eastbh. Warde. 7 47s IS^ iTn cUir^a Fi. Tice and Eng., 1706. 19 -M Aline IkiU-iii .liiap., 153«. Spauisll 4 5r Avnr.vUl l.WI. "Hick's Hall- foimded 1779. Gari- 7 50s 20 11' baldi def Ni-apolitan troops. 1S60. 2i;w Battle of Wartschcn, 1SK<. Jlars rises 4 2r 1.2 a.m. Baronets instituted, 22 Th Order of of Henry TI., 1471. 1625. 7 53s Marder Easter Term divides. Alb. 23 F Carab.HCO. Battle of namillies, .Smith 4 Or 7 55s 24 S Birth of Quoen Victoria.
Norc,
l!>19.

from

2

:Jrd

Sunday after Easter.
1812.

Percival
1

.iMass.,

Fair at Hertford inst under James

w

4 50 2 29 6 15 2 52 7 42 3 25 9 3j 4 1 10 10 4 55
11
3I 6 1 11 42| 7 16 .lorn. 8 36
1

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...t.

s;u:,-il,

)

9 57 33 11 14 55 -^f'"1 40 2 49

12

1

d.,

]

25;^
26 27

M
lb

28iW
29 Th 30 F 31 S

Sunday. Bruce in Ireland, 1315. Battle of Killicrailkie. lGi9. Saturn s.ts 1..50 a.m. Triniiv Term beiiiis. Habeas Corpus Actpasscd.]07!l. Freemason's Hall opene 1, 1770". Battle of .Souihwold Bay. li:7'J.
Roc3ATio»

3

58r

Ascension Day. Holv Thursday. Kim: Charles II. restored. General Peace, 1S14. It-iiUvay accident at King's Cross Terminus, i»uO.
Trinity

7 58s 3 5oR 8 Os 3 53r 8 3s

3 5 5 6 12 7 15 8 13
9 9 46

Sunday

first

ordnined, 1334

3 52e

I1IO22

1862.— JUNE

XXX

DAYS.

Sui.Javl, lcslivi.ls, HUtorica; Notes, Rising and Scttins of the Planets.

3inD5

:

Nightingale
Kose, Hone)

Wild

Crinesbill, Tellon

11;^

Sunday aitkb Ascbvsiox.
bet.

Armistice

Garibaldi and NeapoliUiiis, 186U.
riots,1780.

5lR 7
6sj

5,10 50
"

PREDICTIONS.
Faiu
gracefully
Italy, the land of song,' and pleasa:itlv snra

2.M
s'Tu

Gordon

Venus rises 3.U am.

Defeat of Dutch fleet at Harwick, 1665. Eastern Monarch burnt, 1859.
Dishopric

4;w
5iTH 6:F
7|S

of

Bristol

created,

1543.

Mars
"

rises 0.15 a.ni.

Water

of Battle" abol, 1819.
in Ireland, 1210.
I8ii0.

King John lands

Early Closing Meeting,
are
iucre-oj^ed

WOMAN'S HEALTH 4 BEAUTY
and preserrcd from
youth to old age by the prudent use
of

9M
lOjTu

PARR'f

•'"

"

IIJW
12,Th

brightness to the eyes, cheerful animation to the features, and agreeable rigour to the whole frame.

Oxford Trinity Term begins.

Venus

13F
14 S

Corsica seised by the French, 17ij9.
Battle of Naseby, 1G45.

15^ IGM
1

TjiiviTV

St;NBAT.

London Bridge
Great Eastern

founded, 1^25. Janissaries ahoL, 1826. sailed, 1860.

T^T'Tri'i'J Term en.!s. Camb. commen. 1 7 ,"J, ^' E.lward I. a»a«.,inat.d, 1271

8 1211 13 49r| 9 23|11 34 8sl0 35111 52 48r'11 48i Morn. 10s After. 12 47r 2 22 31 lis 3 45 52 46r! 5 8 1 19 13s 6 33 1 52 45r 7 48 2 36' 14s 8 50 3 36 45r 9 35 4 48, 16s|lO 11 6 11 44r10 37 7 33 17sjl0 59 8 551 44r11 17 10 ll!
17sjll 3411 26j 44r,11 53, After. 18s Mora 1 47| 44r Ollj 2 56 31' 4 3 18s 45rj 8 59j 5 19s 1 30 6 7 46r 2 10 7 1 19s! 2 59| 7 46 46r 3 54 8 24 19s 4 56; 8 54 47r' 6 3 9 20 18s' 7 14' 9 41
I I

bioodihed

also. Last posed, and her beauti vineyards, and fruitl deluged with blood. 1 called but it

ins— rich with

Rort of
I

Irish
lias

which
been torn by clamours for separation.

fear

the work of the great and noble patriot. Garibaldi, has not been concluded. Ero the half of thiB year ha« paised there may hara been more hostile itrugglcs in Italy itself, or iu toil may have b«en the scene of organisation of hostile bands against Austria, Pruuia, or Russia, or each and all. may be that

U

another struggle between patriots and despou may have commenced ere half the year waa completed. Need I say that France will not have been

an inactive observer of the stirring evenis of the autumn of 1861 and the spring of 1862. Will she not have much to do with the affairs of the Pope, if Pope there should be by this time ? Will she have had no conferences, or
tried her hand at a As to England, I will only, at this time, point to what 1 have often before said, adding only, that, as in the midst of life we are in death, so in the midst of peace wo are in

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24ITu

25iW 26Th

TX/'iBatlle of Waterloo, 1815. Waterloo Bridge opened. 1K17. >rpus ChrislL Ma;.-iia 1215. Jupiter setA 0.9 a.m. Camb. Enstcr Term ends. Accoasion of Qnccn Vict. Saturn sets cr a.m. Proclamation. Shortest day. Edward in. died, after 51 years' reign. Isr SuvnAY Tbwitv. Gt. Are in Too!ey-«tr«et, 1661. Ld. Campbell died, 1861. 18.000 Volunteers reTlewod in Hvde Pk., 18«0. St. Jolm Uaplitt. Midsummer Day. Battle of namiockbuni, 1314. Treaty of Tilsit, 1807. Sultan Abdul Mcdjid died, age 3S, 186L " 1541. Robert Brough died, Mars rises 11.46 p.m.

Parlia
r,
1

,

after

much

controversy,

p-U

perhaps, have on opportunity for

and refleciion. AlthouKh, unfortu ing these laat six months I have

Amu

I

my opinion is that they will have bocn prolific of social and domestic incidents of great importance to the English nation. Our Government will be much engaged with colonial affairs about this time. If I include India in this general term it is not because ihai country will have been entirely settled and happy on the contra lierc that incidenis of great gravity »U1 have arisen there during the year.
;

27F 28S

n VIII

at Highgate, 1817.
,

1S57.

Henrr

IXDAY 29'^ Peter's day. AmR 30 M'""';
Cit-

1491.

TrIXI

Tns "Wbathtr.— Though the mean temrature of June falls short of the mean
nperature of July by S} deg., yet the solar III of the former exceeds that of the latter more than 4 deg. This great beat ti ing to the purity of the ntmospher*. iber of days on which rain fulls is about

passing lose less of their power.

The

1863.—JULY XXXI DAYS.

tiRD;

Water Kail.— Flowrrs Foxglove, Poppy, Wheat, Water Lilly, A rrow-hend. Insbct :— Snaall Toi-toJBgaheU Buttoifly.
:

Oxford Act.

Death of

1452. Battle of Bojiic, Battle of Marstoil Moor, 11)44.
rises 1.3IJ

Veuus

p.m.

Gre»t Leather Frauds, 1860.
Virginia discovered,
hegi)
1.584. ei

Dog Days
Battle of
BattI

Oxford Trinity Term
Sedgeniore, 1085.

3rd Sunday after Tr of Wagnvra. 1809.
Jerusalem destroyed, dandied, 1816.
B.C. 587.

Hheridied,

Siesie of Gibraltar. 1779. Mars rises 11.11 1797.

Burko
p.m.

Prince of Wales embarked for Canada,
18li0.

London
Jack

Bridge burnt, persons perished.

1212;

3,00(1

Cade

slain,

1450.

Veuus

rises

1.23 a.m. Battle of Aughrim, 1691. at Paisley, 1869.

Orange Riot

4th Sunday afibr Trinity. Destruction of Dieppe by English,
1094.

Birmingham

riots. 1791.

Legion of Honour established, 18P4.
Riots in .Syria. 1860. Battle of Beli;r.->dc, 1717. Anne Askew burnt, 1546. Jupiter seta 10.25
I CO

Storm

at

Durhai

,

1792.

Defeat

of Turks

Dreadful Storm, 1 Spanish A rmada
1588.
:
,

Channel,

Trinh
'30.
;

Great Earthquake, 365 613,000 perished at Alexandria.
Gibraltar taken, 1704
kirk, 1298.

Battle of Fal
1403.

Of Shrewsbury,

Lord Kilwarden
his

assassinated, 1803.
lost

Battle of Steenkirk, 1603.

arm

at

Nelson Santa Cruz, 1797.

Revolution of 1830 began persons killed. City and Castle of Bristol taken, 1643. Vauxhall Gardens closed, 1S59.

French
3,0110

;

Sth Sunday aktbr Trinity. Saturn
sets 9.41 p.m. Robespierre guillotined, 1794.

Andrew Marvel

died, 1678.
in

Week's mortality
St.

London,
1502.

d

Plague, 1028, 2,471 persons.

Helena discovered,

9 59 Thbrb at length, somothin.; lik 38 10 19 in Parliamentaryto and political warfare. Politiciana begin have had enough of oOr 10 50 10 37 Tho season nearly over, and political agitators begin to think of repoae. Yet After. 10 56 there are many great matters to disposo 17s Ireland has given a little trouble and, apart more 52r 1 25 11 20 from foreign matters, there hai bgcu Many than enough to engage attcntinn. .veara have elapsed was 16s 2 47 11 49 press of questions, all since there more euch a involving, or the 53r 4 7 Slorn. the honour and security ofNew empire. and From America, from Zealand, from the Oape, the news rather important. 26 More Cabinet dissyusions. 15s 5 24 probably, from the critical state vrith 55r 6 31 1 17 an Influential country.of our relations that, It clear although " both 13s 7 24 2 22 piirins for leisure,our Houses" may be prethere a general feeling that the year over without some 57r 8 6 3 39 crisis, either may not ^assat home. I have, abroad or hitherto, said about Parliamcniary 12s 8 37 5 3 Kcform. For nothingtlirce years, when some two or were sanguine of accomplishment, I 6 26 hinted serious doubts of 59r 9 and now, after attentively watching of 10s 9 22 7 47 ing, I am Induced tothe general stateopinion give a decisive that the events of the day will have been of 2r 9 40 9 5 such a serious nature as not to admit of tho consideration of minor topics and the proba8s 9 59 10 20 bility that the question will be shelved or to 4r 10 17 11 32 deferred for some time a come. or convulLast year I foretold sion, which was too well confirmed by the 6s 10 38 After. frightftil earthquake in n thousands of lives were 7r 11 1 1 50 There are sinister portents which, I us calamity in the 3s 11 32 2 57 fear, betoken .vay or a frightful shipwreck, 9r 3 59 onth closes with asseverations thai ^ing than July. Is 8 4 55 12r 53 5 43 Thk Weatiibr. — Our foreftithers reirkcd that a succession of rainy weather 58s 1 46 6 23 gan about the middle of July philosophy plains the rea.son by showing that thcro 14r 2 46 6 57 considerable increase in tho temperature the VMOur, and, consequently, a greater 56s 3 52 7 25 liability or meeting with regions of the atmosphere colder than which, by taking 17r 5 1 7 47 away some of the heat, disposes to condense, and fall in rain or mist. 53s 6 14 8 7 tho flower garden the seedlinsj auricuwhich were sown last yt-ar should bo 20r 7 27 8 27 iSpIanted, and also the GccUling polyanTransplant the perennial and bien50s 8 40 8 45 seedlings which were not dorje Uat ith, to remain October.— Rooks aucl 23r 9 56 9 3
'i7R
is,

8 29
9

PRBDICTIONB.

18s

it.

is

of.

;

less,

is

arising;,

is

is

its

it,

feel-

;

is,

dir.iat-'.r

(

jllision,

;

is

itself,

it

I

I.

till

1862.— AUGUST XXXI DAYS.

^tonechal, Spotted rUcatcher. FwMTKRs Fera, Harebell. Cro»-le»Te<l Hc»th. Flne-lo.Ted Hwith. H.»kwee.l.
:

17
7,

.Lammat Day.

H.%rTest

coinmeuccs.M

a

w^!"°'^n''V''S-T,'^'"p; h \Z lWiU.»mRufu.d..UOO. PUguebe:.n|7
I

Loud.. 1563. Bat. of Blenheim, 1704.
,...-

'

iT 4^3
.

OSnII

IQl
i I

n O^'
n
"^

PKBDICIIOXS.

^^l-r^o
*^

^f^„

= I'circuii.unce.
Itimc, Terr

J""

»6«

I

imimued, from
opinion
that,

«

my

fcr

- _

_
I

,:o

,

-

-tr

_

-

1

^i

iTL'nj°""""'"|7
covered. 15S3.

^

rwiable and un.s?aK>r.»l>le we .would preraiL Ihe weather boih of *od 1^61 fully confirmed the epiniou. The
8i'p""s''t-'';^'^°'''' Ot late years brief and ungeniaL have made researches not only /»"""* ^^^ causes of this unseasonable weather,

4ls| ^

^'11
18;
1 t| "^'^^
'-',

"'"'*''"'''"""

ir,«?r"*'"'""*"l4 Building Tr»de. ISoK. Davis' Straits dis-lT Wirraiwdjrarafion.
**

Tu[

3lR 4
''"^

Mort.
(J

QC^I

^

VII. lands at Milford Havcn.'J. OtJ Tu Henrr 20.000Voluntcenreiic»ed.lS6j.|^ ^*^\ ft A 1 10 " ^"1 1«5. Canning died, 1827. 7 34S 6 34! 2 35 ^ Philippe proclaimed Kins of the SLouU QTo 7 ii 3 08 Ol -i O / K < French, 1S30. Tkinitv. Ql c ^ '8th Slxdav Amu 1792. MaSKic.-e 7 ^iS 7 ^iO ^ 20 9^ ' / of Swiss Guards. Cathedral A f\r. Q M Durham WUon died, founded, 1K3.' * ^UR; 7 ^O O 39 < Hon J. 18G0. T:, Cajilereagh died, ISai. The Queen "T OTj-l ft c— Qi O O, r^ 57 **J i ^i / Tisits the Channel liUnds. 1859. Wi^*P',";,\3t«p"m."°"'''^^*~ '""'".4 43r! 8 221 9 11 Th King's CoUege, London, incorp., 1829. '7 23S 8 4310 23 F IBattleof Stirling, 1G4.5; 5,000 perished. 4 46R' 9 G 11 34 S l°n-^----^^^,^o^^^— 19sl 9 321 After. ^^^^^^'^I^lp^l.^ Chapel commenced, 1S59. ~ r, drr ^. in r- 1 .„ that in India and Spain, wher« hot and fire T ,^ >iii SuKDair arrxR Tauvirr, Jewtt,^ /I some Tears prevails ftr about
_^

^

T

^

F

1

!

/I

is

i

but also into the effect of what ii %o generally iialked of a« " our Tariabie climate." The result of these researches, made by medical Imen, i« that, after all. although we have but '"'*e settled weather in England, this countiT lis upon the whole, perhaps, the most healthr **"^ '" '^« ''^••^ -*^ =*^' cTcnta. the cases of I n^cTity are Tcry frequent Within about (^'CC weeks the deaths of seretal persons closely Terging upon one hundred years old "^'* noticed in the newspapers. I mT£elf '"'^'y ™^' ''"**^ * Greenwich pensioner, who showed me his certiGcate of baptism, which 5 hundred and twentri that he was i said he never had a eadache, and thrt he 1 down One-tree Hill »v'"l'l "" another proof that 'he human constitution is better" able ti
i

;,.

,

"*

AT f^

suppreated, 1773. iPeace with Spain, 10O4. I Walts enters <iuebec, I860.
I

oOrIO
1'
'tf\

46we:.lhor
1 .^

ncc /if— 01 ^
ses 9.0i4:
I

Tu
T-irl

Bloomaelddied,ls23.
P-™-

Mars

lOS AU "lo "O 11 Q^ OoRJ-A O/
t

10I

Z 40 OO/^ O Ob
A 4 zU

Ci

\V

Surrender of Adrianople, 1823.

iHiTi'oM^'""""-''''-

— 1 1 j/ llS| ^'"^''^'4 56Ri
Frenchly

>» •^'°™-

*

|

P
S

Battle

of

y^

.

35; 4 J 39I 5

mouths, with bardW a dav's interval of wet, or a fresh breeie, people become verv much €xhauBl«d and emaciated : they lose their appetites and mental and bodily rigour, and n/-i sigh in vain for a change, ami, if death do not occor prematurely, thej drag on a life of Such are my reasons disease and prostration. SGli alluding to these scientific researches, and

27nrmrfgi;
phenomena.

^"Jf.^ ?li?"" died. 130a

»«' '"' ^="'""'4
Jew, 157a for witcLcraf:'^

59r 2 48
O

^ ^r
"
-^

Sicre of St. Barlholi
,Tl.r-c women eiecut at Exeter, 1682
.

5 51, G 12 sun
G

WEATOKit.— Though the
at

mid-day

5 11
6

G 58s'

27

EXTREME HEAT

5r 7 42 gei.eral Debility. The tepid bath. r.Ac.\ Q V A' U an.l a genik course of PAKRV- t> 04S "!^ QpIO IQl O VU ±yj ±0\ J properly rsgulating the porca of the fi t\{\^ 11 QO' skin, form a sure preventive against ^ <-^UbXl OJ rysenterr, Lsthargy, Faiulii.gs, i^K Aft ^ 1 9t? After. Fevers, Cholera, Ac
!

Headache,'

Appet

/i

or 32 six degrees, and th« quantity of the raia of weather iliminishes one-half; hence a 6 51 favourable to the ripening and di jing of the fruits of he earth. 7 10 the period of selling and purchasunbs. many of the great sheep fain 7 QO / OZ held.— All i;rain should be
st.itc IS is
i
,

ihe

mean

;igbt of the I declines, the soli influence of the sun, increases

;

now

J^7 7 Oi i Q OQ O ZV

reaped as it becomes ripe. In the flower garden fibrous root«d perennial plants may be propagated, if desirable, by slinping and
parting the roots into as many as" conrcnie°t- Gather flower seeds, chocsing a fine dav.

.'^

I

O J

Q ^

1862.— SEPTEMBER

XXX

DAYS.

R

d

lo

ed Pa

IM
1>1.

13e' 2

43s
X
j

3

10 11

J

17rj 3

4|Th

Flight of Charles II.
'

from "Worcester,
,

I.

Mars

rises 8.0 i..m.

39s
I

56 4 33
3
1

18,

5F
6S
7i^ S,M 9Tu

10,000 died this weel

from plague

al

S

London,

166.5.

20r 5
34s
30s

Stralfoi-d Jubilee. 176! '. left for Gacta, l-SHO.

Kingof ^^aplesj/?

5 26i 2

12rH .SUKDAV AFTER TRIXITT. Jcn salcm demolished, a.d. 70. Amv Robsart mui-.. I5G0. Garibaldi
enters Naples. 1860.
Batt. of Flodden, 1513
Batt.
;

23r 5 47 4
/?
1

10,000 killed.

low
12F
13S
14 15 16 Tu 17

UM.

of Piiikcy, 1-547. Esplosiou in' /» the Great Eaaicrn, 18.5 of Droghcda. 1649. Defeat ol Washington at Philadelphia, 1777. ,'-'
'.
|

Batt. of Vienna, 1683; 70,000 kiUed /; I'eiaro taken. 1860. Fox died, 1806. Hospital al DuUvic'u ;:;

6 6 5 26r 6 26 6 O 25s 6 46 8 3 29r 7 9 9 14 O 20s 7 34 10 26
33ii
1 6s

3b 58 16 34 50

nh h Lo d John

Russell

h

both

home and

elscwh'.

M

established bj AUeyn, 1619. K' I3th Sunday after TRtxitif. Napo-'/^ !0 leon enters Moscow, 1812. Manchester and Liverpool Railwav|;t <-' opened. 1830. Brunei died, 1859. Conjunction of all the planets at sun- /»
'

8 6 11 31 8 44 After
1

that they are only for defence, defiance. How fortunate it was that the bold and patriodc youth of England t'ormed ihemselTes iiuo Volun'.eers, and. afr the risk of all sorts of discomforts and inconveniences, or even of life itself, b come ready to defend their Queen and couutri. Hurrah for "the Volunteers! Kings of France have become afraid of their Naiional Guards, but Englishmen never conspire acainst their Government. The saying of
jLSseveratioiis

and not

Queen Kiizabeth has taught the monarcbs of England tliat the people will guard them ai
safely as soldiers.

36r 9 30 39r 11 25
7s
Morn.

27
14 53

W

rise, A.D.

1186.
17S7.

" lis 10 24

Amsterdam submitted,
rises 3.30

Venus

5
„ \b

a.m.

18,Th

Prior died, 1721.

Locke died, 1S60.
Nichol
1415.
d., 1S59,
ol

19F
20S
21 1^

Batt. of Poitieii, 1356.

Owen Glendowcr
Erswick, Hi97.

d.,

Peace

14th Sunday after Trinitv.

Steele

22M
;

Bruss.ls. 1.^30.

^*\

Oli\V| William

"

of

Wjkthi.m

died, 1404 Ju-

piter sets 6.1:; p.m.

26 year of 53 in Last autumnhinted that the aspectlegislators the might prevent our from enjoying "injrlorious 15 fort, and I was not much out ease" with comin my reckoning. Similar considerations induce mc to bo 36 doubtful of quiet repose in the poli57s 4 7 4 55 tical horizon this year. JSeverlheless, some matters which once wore a very forbidding 5 24 5 16 aspect have been satisfactorily, if even tem49r porarily, arrange'!, and the political storm to prevail about this 53sj 6 40 5 37 likely over without very time will, hope, blow dangerous cunse-

30 2s 1 41 45r 2 54

42r

2 2 3 3 4 4

Quiet, phlegmatic Holland usually pursues the even tenor of her way unnoticed and unthought of, perhaps but this year both Holland and Belgium will haye their little excitement, caused. I think, as well by religious as political movements. There nre some threatening astronomical signs aaresards Belgium and her king.
;

I

affiiirs

'-•qu.illy

I

25riH
Ofiil? ^Oir

South Sea discoTered, 1513.
Constantinople founded, 329. Ksp at Birmiuchani, and 20 killed, 3859. iDatuofHarfleur, 1415. Batt.of Busaco.
I

o2r|

2

6

1
»,.^.. will

2-0
i

OQ'^'lOTH SlNDAY jiOS>\ chaiian died,

p

IblO.

AFTER
15S2.

THINITi".

Bu-

^V

nQ\T

\St.

MichaeU

Michaelmas Day.

Will

'^i.

Q n Tli WTiitfield •J^I-^'J!

the Conq. lands at Pcvensey, 106H. ReT. A. l-'letcher d., 1770. Anona captured. It-VQ. d., 1860.
s
I

9 24 5oR 10 43 44s: 11 58 58r After.

48s'

_ 7
/ r,

U ol

_ upon political complications. It issonieiime, 8,vc'T convetnent for s-cond and th.rd-ra.e
/
r\fi'°^

r^"*''^'

">•'

be some changes in the em'"'B'i ""^ '•>" y"''. coniequen*

39s

1

y o8 54ll0 9

^

powers to disavow the acts of thtir rcprc[senuitives, although, in the first insi.tnce, ™**' ^^^^ urged 'hem to make the
I

''=>"0'!5''"<"<'n.

expencM.
is

the pie antest

month

in the year.

1862.— OCTOBEil.— XXXI DAYS.

D. of

D.
of
I

,

SuuJays,

t'eslivals, Uutoi'ic

I

M.

W.)
J

NOUK, KisinEsndSeUiiigoflhePln
Camb. Mich. Term
16*1.

Kisel,

I

Aft.
I

sets. Aft.

liRDs: Nuthatch, Crossbill.— Berrim Wayfaring Tree, Buckthorn, Barberry, Cowberry. Flowers Colchlcum, Round-leave.
; -

Who would h»*« thought of another diffiTurkey, which once culty about Brcece f 3 51 Morn. occupied so much public attention, was almost forgotten for a time but these two empires O p 43 are destined to disturb the general repose 5r 3 30 ihlf period the conitUution of man never had much confidence colda, rheumatisms, 4S fa subjected lo of chronic disease. 5 30s 3 51 2 1 occaaionall.v. I for he has sadly mismanaged in King o'tho, and all sort* thus mistrust has often PARR'S LIFE PILLS alimulate 8r 4 11 3 21 his kinL'dom, and some of the most eminent G been expressed by and so discipli Ever since the of our Enslish statesmen. vigorous health 5 25s 4 31 4 33 Bavarian prince came to the throne unpleaveil known that the use of affairs have occurred there from time Parrs Medicine in autumn pro7Tu duces cheerfulness and increased 6 12r 4 50| 5 45' I have mentioned Turkey and Greece tobodily energy. 5 21s 5 12 6 57 gether, but I believe one of the chief difBculties of the year will have arisen about 9'n,;BiBhops aboliihed, 1646. Eddyitone 6 loR 5 36! 8 9 Turkey. "1 Lighthouse comp., 1759. Beei I /» TTi (Oxford Mich. Term begini 5 17s 6 5' 9 16 i-^' ^ houscj opened, 1830. II Q 'Title of "Defender of the Fiith 6 1 8r 6 42 10 19 i-i^ >J .^ven to the Enghsh kings. turn up, that TH SuMDAv »ri Tbimtt. Stephensot 12s! 7 25 11 17 reap an advantage but themay 12 present Sultan, 1859, Columbus sees land, 1492. Abdul Alas, bids fair to be able to hold hu G 22r 8 16 After. own with a tight grip. 13M'n S'apoleon L landj at St. Helena, 1815. diplomatic firmness, as More trickery, 49 ambassadors eall or The secret treaty system 14 T Battle of Hasting!, 1066 of Jena 5 8s 9 13 Torrirelli (inventor of the Barometer) 6 25r 10 16 1 24 15 opposed to the honour and tranquilUiy om, 160S. 1 a Tli Citiienj of London seire the Tower, 5 4s 11 22 1 52 Embarntssments in upper circles. More ' " *" 13i6. M. Antoinette exec, 1793. discoreriet. 2 16 startlinn frauds and important phase In the 17 F Dunkirk sold, 1662. Venus rises 5.4 a.m. 6 29r Morn. noticing another abou Henry II. lands at Water1 Q <2 Liil-e. 4 59s 33 2 37 •^0,'-> ford, 1171. regard 1 q' i i^Sth .Sunday aftbb Trinity. Battle 6 32r 1 44 2 57 patii r^ ago I briefly of Leipsic, 80,000 French lost, 1813. the growing elemeiiU of pointed Battle of Navarino, 1827 4 55s 2 58 3 16 tent in tothe then United States. discon20 Yean 01 iT,- Battle ofTrafalgarand death ofNeUon, 6 36r 4 15 3 38 before that Sir R. Peel alluded to " « little ^^\ '•''I 1605. That cloud extended, cloud in the west."

IW

Comeille begins. Battle of VeUuruo, aud
1860.

6

2r

T34;1T25

PEEDICTIONS.

2Th

f Garibaldi.

5 34s

THE FALL OF THE LBAF.

;

6M

8W

1

I

'

i.,

;

;

it.

W

I

I

:

'.Se.
i

•^

'^

:

M
' '

;

99 -^
\

\\T

9^lTii
\

Sir J. D. Paul and Mr. Strahan released from prison, 18.59. '"''' rebellion, 184L Battle of Edge Hill. 1642. Jupiter rises 4.50 a.m.
i

4 51s
6

24 F
Or^'Q ~'Jp

Mansion House com., 1739.
Battle of Airincourt, 1415. at Warsa,.. 1860.
frost com., 763.

4
Conferenct

I

6

2Q>& ^ " ^^
,

'iSTHSLNOAVAriBRTRtNrrY Fivem
;

27 9 <i

1

M

U. Charter

lost,

1859

Cuba disc hj Columbus,
Alfred
the
I

1492.

OqItJ, King ''^
"^"l
•'"^:

Great

died,

900.

W "

Smeaton died
begins.

4 6 4 39sl
6

5 35 4 1 39r 6 57 4 29 47s 8 20 5 6 _ ^_. 52 43r 9 41 43s 10 51 6 49 46r 11 49 8
After

I

'

hardly a year has passed without sumo pertinent manifestation in regard to slavery, some Filibustering expedition, or some diffiAmerica has always culty about Jlexico. been boasting of her independence and desire for concord, but in reality the conduct of the Government and a portion of the people ha« tendency to provoke foreign had
discord. The indepenoay become a chimera.
al

H are hunting
1S04.
I

Morland

died,

30,Th

Tower of London burnt, 184L
1760.

Bradshaw
d.,

donald

I860.

A OO U OO '^O 4 35sj IQp; T1 i)^ ,30, iX 1^71 Mom. 6 53r' O/

50r

1Q O

9 16
-|

1

...

tendency to condense into clouds and rain friendly influence upon the earth, by checking the dispersion of the heat through the atmosphere. The whole of nature now assume- the sobemf-ss of autumn; and the
its

jjj„ ^

I

I

I

,g^.j,„ i, „f,^n ,,,r, j.ier.sant.

1862.— NOVEMBER

XXX

DAYS.

Rising and Setting of the Planets.

sucltle.

Pnv

iiper, Bit

55r 2 15
rm
I

1

7

PREDICTIONS.
is on the change «ince the good old times. November has been proverbially dull and wretched, and sugges-

Rkally everything

rKiNiTV. Michael begins. All SouU.
.

30s

2 35

2 21

discovei's

Dominica on Sun
Masaacre
III. Ian
at

as.

Churchill

died,

1774.

powder Plot.

William

rorbav,ll)88. Galvanismdiscovere Princesj C'hai-lotte d., 1817. King of Sardinia enters Naples, 18(0. irst "Gatette" in England published, 1665. Last ex. by Inquisition, 1781.

59r 2 56 3 34 tive of suicide, low spirits, and all sorts of harm and Yet, strange to say, there 26s 3 16 4 44 are symptoms and signs in regard to November of 1862 which look as things thnt 2r 3 38 5 54 were to be made pleasant. Probably the e.\tent. both of evil and good, to be
evils. if
it is
Is

Cambridge Michaelmas Term
Milion
d.,

divides.

1674.

9

10
11

Luther born.

12 13 14

15S

USb
17
19

«T of Prince of Wales. Centenary celebration of birth of Schiller, 1859. lew star in Cassiopeia dis.. 1572. Earthquake felt at Lisbon, 1858. rtat charter confirmed bv Henry III., 1210. Mars rises 3.44 p.m. eorgc Fox died, 1690. Capture of Preston, 171i). reat earthquake in Encland, l:U8. Impress ot I'rench at London, 1860. irst reKUIar Parliament at Oxtbrd, 1213. Prince of Wales returns, 1860.

SUNUAV AFTOB TEIKITf.

Birth

23s 6r 20s 9r 16s 13r 13s

4

7

7

3

4 41 5 21
6

comparison. As we have emerged from a season of excitement, alarm,
calculated

by

and dread of

battle

and murder, now a

little

prospect of amendment appears, people look upon the aspect of atfairs almost with «oagr.atuIalion.

9 10 4 10 45 11 22 9 10 11 53 16r10 18 After. 10s:ll 26 39

he general derangement of
trade and

affairs

commerce

are likely to suffer in

7

8

1862, and some of the workmen who may unhappily listen to violent counsels will have to pay the usual penalty of poverty and misery. I hope they may b« too wise to

20u

M»"'-

58
1
1

2nd Sundav akter Trinity. Tl.omas
i Beckett declared a rebel, 1538.

M

Veslminster Bridge opened, 1750.
lurricane in England, 1824. rises 2.9 a.m.

23r
5s

1

37 49
5

18

1811

Saturn

3

2

W

The

" Iron

Masque"
St.

died, 1703.

20Th

Shipwreck of

Paul, 63.

Cape of

21F
22 S

Good Hope discovered, 1497. Grcsham died, 1B79. Venus r. 6.59 a.m.
Capitulation of Portobello, 1739.
Cecilia's
St.

27r 4 27 2 25 3s 6 48 2 57 30r 7 12 3 38
Is

Day.

8 29

4 31

Having only glanced in passing at the of the Pope. I may here give my opinion that there will this year be a serious and perhaps final struggle for the continuance of Papal authority. The occupation of Rome by the French was to have been but temporary. Months and years rolled on, and e;ich year, in spite of foreign support, the I'ope declared an inflticnce both spiritual and temporal. An alt- mpt to increase poperv in England, under thy auspices of Cardinal Wiseman, pruvud a sigiuil tkilure. I think the effort to maintain his authority •road will be equally futile. There may be uch bloodshed or at least anarchy in Italy, id Spain will do what she can for the Holy ather, hut perhaps, for centuries to come, e probability seems to be that the power of the Pope, as a great potentate.will be curtailed
affairb

or destroyed.

23^

Ird

Sunday auxb Trinity. Hakluyt
estates apprspriated,
;

24 25 Tu 26 27 Ih 28 F 29 S 30^'

M

Knight Templars'

Q 58s;i0

33r 9 32 5 39 Thb 27 6 57 earth

Michaelmas Term ends. Tillotson died, ,7
storm, 1703. Ertdystone Light-' 1" overthrown, 1763. Pacific Ocean discovered, 1519. Jupitc
,

36r11
40r
o5s'

7

W

8 18
9 37

ise

56s 11 37
After.

10 57
12 23
,

TVeathkb—The temperature of the still gradually sinks this mouth, owing, 'cfly, to the cloudy suteof the atmosphere, by which the sun's rays are intercepted. .South-west winds mostly prevail in November, but with a mixture of northerly. Eleven or wclve nights of frost, on an average, occur, .vhen the thermometer is at or below freeaing
"

Washingtoii Irving died, 1859.

23
41 1 2
1

Wolsey died, 1530
St.

43r
53s

Andrew. 1st Sunday in i

Stafr..rd die.!. 1680.

High tides are at the full moon. The air now cools much faster than the ?arth, hence it is that the stiam out of the jarth becomes cnndensed into fugs, which irevail at this season; wild weather and itorms also mark the month. Wood-cutting
pi.int.

Is

gener;i:

heap, to

by raking dead leaves, soil, sand, Ac, into a stumps, &c., and shelter choice bulbar

1862.—DECEMBER XXXI DAYS.

and 10 d.. nsii. Qtiern Elisibelh orders death of Queen
.

7 3 7 sacrifice of human life. Hov difie mind bj thnt reallj beneficent stuJi 3 which resulted in the discovery of PARU»S LIFE PILLS, a reraed 7 which never faili to give soun. health and long life to ftU Who re 3 7 3 1^74 Great fros! 7 \'
bat the greaWr their liuhumaniCj had to deplore the prem&ture and Tiolent
truly brave,

48r
51s

2 35 3 45 4 55

PREDICTIONa
this
.ras

\Vb have come to the " last scene of chequered and remarkable year.

all

Great

40 5 59 for trade, improved machinery, sanitary 18 7 improvement, more wondei-ful discoveries in the and science— 4 7 55 advantages whichthese are but a few ofyear 50s expected from the a reverse to IStil True, 53r 4 57 8 42 Our enemies there and at homethis picture. have someabroad 49s 5 56 9 22 times appear d loo powerful, but, under Pro56r 7 1 9 54 imr trials; and, indeed, the skill, honesty, 51r
lets
.ri
[

the proiircss last year in the arts, in civilisation, and the works of mind. Still greater, think, this year, will be the advance in all hat can ennoble a nation, and add to ita reputation and moral power. Extended eut1

is

Q
i"

Mair, 15SS. hailesXII. killed.iriS. Venus
7.5a a-m.

49s

10 21
9 13 10

rises

7
'
'

58r

44

Cromwell declared Protector, 1633.

13 S

Dr. Johnson

died.
-.'.28

1784.

St.

Lucj.'Q
|

Jul iter rises
died. 179J.

a.m.

3 49s 10 22! 11 3 Or 11 32 11 23

and guidance of Providence, have not only nabled England to weather the storm, bu even the most adverse circumstances hav< 'Tentnally resulted to our advantage, and, therefore, we have every reamn to be thank rul. The moral principle, that " out of evil omcth good," has been hapfily and aptly illustrated and verified, and this great
country, noble even in misfortune, patient under suffering, and resigned under advcriitv, has shown the world that, like Bayard, 'without fear, and without reproaah," she frill struggle to the utmost in support of right md justice, and that, if losing all else, she
ivill maintain her honour and independence. Old year, with all thy faults, one word of You iude is due tu thy memory. brought events which caused many a Lit er Jang, but yet there is much to thank jou

14^
ISJM
17 \V
18iTh

3rd .SiiNPAY i» Advb.vt.
Bolinghroke died, 1751.
died, 1683.

Washinston
Isaac

Walton

Q ^ 49s Q ^ 2r
'i

11 41

44
59 19 38 59 12

UJv Cambridee
19F
20 S

Michaelaias Sapi-niial

Term

ends.

O
1

Oxf.rrt lliohaelmas Term ends. Bish.'Q of Wesiininster established, 1540. Victory atTo.ilon, 1793. Groat Pesti- "J lence at Loudon, 15^2.
.

^
O

Hanover Eoyal Jewels restored, 1857. Dulwich Gallcrr est., ISIO. Macaula)
died, ISt.O.
4Tri

j

Q
i"

21^
22Lm
23'ru 24 \V

Sunday

in Advent.

St.

Thomas,
;

Eicise Taiperpeluaw;, IG'^n.
Losi of the Flora Tcm ?, 1859 Host. General Lavalette escapes, 1815. James II. escapes, li;88.

g
']

800

King
,

fcnific gale in

German Ocean,

1811.
1642.

Chrislmas

Day.

Newton born,

g O g

49s 1 3r 3 50s 4 5r 5 50s 7 6r 8 51s 8 7r 9 52s|l0 8r 10 54s 10

1

23 51 26

2 11 3 12;
26'

12i 4 59 5 37 7 4 8 27 9 47 11

49
12

ur. To the departing guest, then, let us all Biuers and deferential and thankiul. wects must be mingled occnsionnlly, and ha: man Is the wisest who tries to content Farewell, 1> 2. limself come what m..y. Let us ring out the eld year lusily and heerily. and, when our departing tones »f hank.'-giviiig to thee are stilled, wc will raise of liope and exultation for I ehout
'e

36 56

A HAPPY NEW YEAR.

Thr Wkathbr.— The character of this month shar-s in the gloominess of the pre111 ceding. The evaporaion is Bomewhnt less,
and the rain generally falls on seventeen oi eighteen da\s. On an average of ten years
:ibout half the nigbts are frosty.— Fat cattle now ustially sell well, and Ebould be forced fattenin;; bt-trin to be

1, 1*20. 15 Persons ria Tlieatre, 18.;8. IV AKiau Christmas.

killed

8r11

7

Bajle
1680.

55s 11 28

23
1

executed.

Society of Jesuits cetablished, 1535.

8r 11 48 57s After. 41 9r

early 34 un. Lambs for the end of this month; give dropped tovrards them dry lodging and good keep. The sheep 2 44 now require considerable care; give tbem

3 51

dry food and salt Fatting pigs and breeding havecleaniii
'

THE BAROMSTES.
The Barometer is a well-known instrument, which has a place in almost every household under the more easily understood name of a Weather-Glass. It must be owned, however, that to the latter title it has sometimes very little claim, but this arises more froai the manner in which it is used, and
indications judged of, as also frequently from its bad construction, than from any inherent fault. The most ordinary foiTn in which we meet witii this important instrument is that which is termed the " Wheel Barometer," which has a dial-plate like a clock, and a hand or index which poinU to the words Fair, Stormy, Raining, iic. Under this form the barometer is too often the most deceptive prophet which can be met with, anJ much of the bad fame of the instrument is dus to the fallacious prognostications which the hand points to on the dial, and which are almost always at variance with the real state of the weather. It csinnot be sufficiently impressed on the mind that it is not the actual height of the mercury in the tube which shows the state of tha weather we have or are to expect so much as the changes which it has undergone during- tiie precedinsj twenty-four hours. Tlius, if the mercury be rising slowly, wo may expect a continuance of fine and settled wcathei, Dut if it ia falling rapidly we m.ay count upon storms and rain. On this account the most simple fi;rn: of
its

the instrument is to be preferred, or, ijt the common wheel barometer is made use of, the rise or fall of the mercury, as imiicatod by the hands on the dial, should only be observed, and no reliance be placed on the before mentioned words, which express every variety of fair and foul weather. The common b^.romcter ia an instrument as simple as it is useful, and no difficulty can be experienced in its conatruction when a glass tube of even bore tliroughout can be found. It consists of a glass tube A, B, which is closed at the end A and open at the end B. This tube, A being filled with quicksilver, is reversed, and the open end immersed in a glase vessel half full of the same metal. It will be found that the mercury will only descend a few inches from the top (supposing that the tube A, B. is about S4 inches long), the space A, C, at the top being a vacuum. The uppor part of the tube is divided into inches and tenths of mehes. When the air is heavy iit presses on the surface of the mercuiy in the open vosssl and pushes it up in the tube ; when it becomes less dense, on th.e contrary, the mercury falls. The best general rules of judging of tho weather, by means of the barometer, are as follow 1. The rising of the mercury presages, in general, fair weather, and its falling foul weather, as rain, snow, high winds, and storms. 2. In very hot weather the falling of the mercury indicates thunder. 3. In winter the rising forebodes frost, and in frosty weather, if the mercury fall three or four-tenths, there will certainly follow a thaw. But if there be a continued frost, and if the mercury rises, it will certainly snow. '!. Wlien foul weather happens soon after the falling of the mercuiy expect but little of it ; and, on the contrary, expect but little lair weather when it proves fair shortly after the mercm-y has risen. o. In foul weather, when the mercury rises much and high, and so continues for two or three days before the foul weather is quite over, then expect a con-

\-

:

tinuance of
6.

fair

In fair weather,

for
7.

two or three days before the

weather to follow. when the mercury falls much and low, and thus continues raiii comes, then expect a great deal of wet, antl

probably high winds.

Tho unsettled motion

^'^c

may add

of the mercurj' denotes uncertain ai;d changeable weather. that, before the reading u£ the barometer is taken, the tube should be tapped gently.

I.jANAGa;>!ENT OF SITEEP AT SHEARING.— When sheep are sheared, as scon as the fleec-e is off, take a stiff brush, dipped in a solution of salt and soap (whale-oil soap is best), in water, and rub them all over with a saturated brush, which will produce a white lather or foam. This stimulateB the skin to redness, and prevents the animals from taking cold ; it loosens the scurf, and promotes the future growth of the wool, and also improves its quality. And the application is a sure exterminator of the vermin. For want of tho bru-sh, a woollen rag might answer the purpose. The application, if used, will be found productive of many good results.

ROOKS VERSUS GRUBS—The grubs of the tipula family are amongst the most destructive enemies both the gardener and farmer have to contend against. Their eggs are deposited in the soil. As soon as the grubs are hatched they commence an active attack on the roots of most plants. The perfect insect appears in August, and is well known in Scotland as Daddy Longlegs in England as Gaffer Longlegs, Tom Taylor, or Tommy Longlegs. Tlieir operations, being catried on under ground, enable them to elude tho vigilance of man, but the instinct of the rook is a match for them. It has been calculated that a family of rooks will consimie 3,847 grubs per day. Supposing the consumption to be continued throughout the year, it would amount to 1,1114,15.5 and supposing a single grub to destroy as many plants of wheat or other crop as might grow upon a sjiace of nine inches square, a family of rooks would preserve from destruction more than two acres of com. If we extend our ideas further, and suppose all the.se grubs to live and propagate their species, it is more than probable that, if this one species of bird alone were extinct, the labour of tho husbandman would be nearly, if not altogether, in vain. Man, therefore, should beware how he disturbs the balance of power maintained throughout the whole animal kingdom.

;

THE HEADS OP NATIONS.

ALEXANDRINA VICTORIA
QUEEX OF ENGLAND.

I.,

NAPOLEON
Apnl

III.,

CHARLES LOUIS,

EMPEROR OF TUE FRENCH.
20, 1803 ; made Emperor December 2, 1S52

Born May

24, 1S19

;

ascended the Throne

June

29, 1837.

ALEXANDER NICOLAEWITCH
EMPEBOR OF RUSSIA.
Born April
29.

II.,

FRANCIS JOSEPH
Avjgust 18, 1830
;

I.,

EMPEROR OP AUSTEIA AND KINO OP UU.NQARr,

1818
2,

;

viade

Emperor

mack Emperor

March

1855.

December

2,

1848.

WILLIAM
KING OF PRUSSIA.
Ascended
the

I.,

WILLIAM

in.,

KINO OF HOLLAND.

Throne 18G1.

THE HEADS OF NATIONS.

CHARLES

XV.,

LOUIS EUGENE,

VICTOR EMMANUEL
KING OF ITALY.
rn March 14, 1820
;

II.;

KINO OF SWEDEN AND NORWAT.

Bom May 3,

1826 ; ascended the Throne Jvly 8, 1859.

ascended the Tlirone

March

23, 1849.

MARIA ISABELLA
QUEEN OF SPAIN,

IL,

THE EMPEROR OF CHINA.
Bom 1825;
asce^ided the

Bom

October 10, 1830

;

ascended the Throne

Throne 1854.

September 29, 1833.

ABRAHAM

LINCOLN.

JEFFERSON DAVIS.
Elected President of the Soviliern Confederacy of North America, 1861.

Elected President of the United States, 1861.

No

portrait of the present Sultcm,

Abdul

Azzis,

has ever been taken.

ASSESSED TAXES, LICEHSES OF EXCISE,

STAMP DUTIES.
ASSESSED TAXES. INHACITKU HOUSE I>U;T,
(Oruat Britain.)

LICENCES OF EXC13E.
Auctioneers

nhabited houic
eii

wliicli, irith
is

th.;rcwith occupied,
I

the Omces. Yard, rented ai Xll a jt .r
>

Brevers of Table Beer only not above -'0 ban-ela

..

..

Goods or Wares are expi
for sale, for every ^Oi of If occupied by a person li<

the
to

Shop or V
Brewers of Strong
liecr,

reua nte
2 i

"

inhabited

liouses.

DUTIES ON MALE SEltVANTa
Fori ! aged 18 years or apwarda Do. under the iige of 18 years Do. employed as Under-Gardoners Do. employed as Under-Gamekcepers

J a 7 17 11 18 15 15 31 10

.

. .

,

BxffTnptiotis.—Occasiou%l Waiters, Potboys, lie

.'tellers

of Beer only, not being brewers Beer retailed (publicasis) whose premises under ^£^0 per aim. (England and Irehi
.

2

0}

Ditto. 1 Horse or

Mule

2

At

J

up» and Perry, under 4 i 5 drunk on the prcmian

For erery carnafe with 4 nheels, e.-ich bcina of less diameter than ao inches, drawn by 2 or more Ponies or Mules, no ther exceeding 13 hands hi^h .. ..
Ditto, 1 such Pony or Mule For •»ory carriage with less than 4 wheels, drawn by or more Hones or fltules For every carriage with less than 4 wheels, drawn by
i!

Rctadei-s of Beer. Cider, IV. c. b5, to be

Wm.
Not

115
2 15

1*0

(England)
to

Retaders

bedrunk on the premises ot Cider and Perry

'

1

Hone

or

Mule only " or Muio

only, not eiceeding 13

Ketailois of Beer, Cider, or Perl7, whose premises are rated uuder j£l0 per annum (Scotland) . . . ^t .£10 per annum or upwards Dealers in Cotfee, Tea, Cocoa JCute, Chocolate, or

10

Pei'P"
Maltiitcrs

making
not aboTO

SO quarters

Ditto, less thaa 4 vrbetll Kxe;/tp(toiw.— Licen&ed laacUney
also
v.-viis.

1

11)

-IJ

couroe of

tr.\'ie,

and stage carriage wagons, and carts used wltly in th, or for the purposes of husbandry.

2

7

3

VI ^
not above 5U0 650 Beginners (and a surcharge) not above 5 qviarters

DUTIES OS HOR-K,S
Other Honoi and Mules I'o. do., kept by Farmers

AND

MULE.'^.

Horses and Sluice above 13 hands in height, used for rilling and drawing carriai^es, charieftble with duty

3 10 10} 3 18 H 4 6 7i

above

Do. So., kept by Btillia. Shepherds, or Ilerdsmea .. Do. do., kept by Hectors, Vi.air^ or Curatfls .. .. Do. do., kept by Eoman Catholic Priests, or Protestant Dissenting Ministers Do. do., kept by Physicians, Surgeons, or Apothe-

Malt Roasters
Dciilers in Roasted

Malt
t

Paper, every maker of Paper or Pasteboard Passage Vessels, on Board which liquors oi
!

sold

.

I

Licences to let

hoi-ses

>r

ses and filules not aborelS ba!.ids in height, kept riding or drawing carriaQM, chargeable with
do.,

iHp(M>n*.

kept for any other purpose Horses to draw licensed hackney and

s

DUTIF.a
vreyhouixds, of 15 or

ON DOOa
more
.. ..

f Hounds, of 6« or more

12 15 16

Above 20 Horses, then
six

-t>hepherds' do^s.

and dogs under

months

old.

for every additional number of 10 Horses, and for »ny additional numb.-r less than 10, over and above 30, or any other multiple of 10 Horses, the further additional duty of
. . .

Game
[and 10 per cent,
th-"

Licence in Crcni Britain, or a Certificate in TrelaKil to kilt Game
:

ARMORIAL BEARINGS DUTY.
P«r»on3 chargeable with the Duty of Astesed Tii for uiy carriage at the rate of iS 10s. . . Other }*unonj
.

To To

Licence or Ccrti9cote be taken out after Ai.ril and before Xov. 1, expire on Aprtl 5 in the following Ye »hich espire on Oct 31 in the same year ii the Licenc* or CertiRcate shall be takei If Licence or Certificate be taken out oa
If
a,

To

Ifuv.l. expire on- Aprii 5 following

..

..

ASSESSED TAXES, LICENSES OF EXCISE, AND STAMP DUTIES.
Giime in Entj
-M
I

ocers

who

sell

Win

1.0

shall be Taxes as a

umed oil the premise ivory Grocer having Retail Beer, but no
Sta.^o Carriage, licence to

Ireland

..

..

'.

.

'

..

..

..
. i

Hackney Carriage, licence

run (Great Britain) supplementary licence to keep (London)

,

I'ENALTV forklllius

Game without a Licence Note.— Br Act Sa & 21 Vict., c. 113, no person

is

required to take out any Limuce or Certificate to auEliorisc the taking or kilUng of Ra'uljits in Iruiand,
Postmasters' (Ireland)
i

To To
3

House—
be under the value of

If

I

:

^£20

UOI a ye

Licente to any Licensed Keeper of a Refreshment House to sell therein by Retail Foreign Wine to be consumed in sucU house or on the promises belongin ; thereto If the lIoLise and Premises be under the value of

act in any court as advocate the degree of a barrisier-at-law in Eneland or Ireland attorney, solicitor, or proctor in England oiIreland As a^ent, solicitor, or writer to the signet in Scotland As aireiit in supreme courts in S.otland, without ind. nture (ill ui(.(;;ioii(o (/icstiiii J;25)

As

I

inlei

,

without ind^]

ioOayear
Licence

£oO A year or upwards to sell by retail in any shop of Foroign and Brituih Wine not to be consumed in the house or shop or on the Premises where sold If the House and Premises be under the value of

3 5

3
5

^50 a year. .. iSO a year or upwards
.

3
.

2
3

Tu a corporation in respect of privilege To ditto, any other ground To any ecclesiastical benefice in England

or Ireland

-

..3
House without
20
• ..

Pbnalty

for keeping a Refreshment

a Licence
Soap, every

APPRAISEMENTS.
Amount
not exceeding ^£50
jCli'O
.

maker

.Spirits, Distillers

Rectifiers

Dealers, not retailors

4 4 10 10 10 10 )0 10

Above ioO and not above

.

.

APPRENTICESHIP INDENTURES.
If the

premium be

ui

Smi

500 = 600 S

i

;£3>10

.. .. ..

000

800

300 S 400 Duplicate,

2J
5s.
is

L,000 or
2s. fid.

upwards

M^here no premium

paid,

»

and imder

x-20

Ir.fei

.

England, or in Super!
30
6d.

10 10 11 11 12 12 IS 13
Retailers of Spirits in Ireland, being duly to sell Cofiee, Tea, &c., whose premises a

In Inferior Courts in Scotland only Bills of Lading, each

under ^25 per annum

Promissory Note made In the United Kingdom for the Payment of anv Sum of Money exceeding i4.000 For every il,000, or part of ;£l,000 of tbe Money thereby made payable .. 10

BONDS. HORTGAGES,

ATTORNEY.

AND WARRANTS OF

Pknaj-tv

for selling without

a Licence a

In England or Treland , and Personal Bonds In Scotlatui, given as a security for the payment of any Dcpiito and Certain .Sum of Money Not exceeding £oO 2 C Above jE50 and not above 100

..13
6 3

Bottles at one time .. . Tobaco »j.d Snuff, Manufacturers 20,000 lbs above 20 OuO. not above 40,000 . . 60,000

of,

.

10 15 15

W

And where
.£100,

the same sha'l exceed i300, then for every
also for
.

SOOOQ
100,000

2 6 any fractional part of jEloO And progressive duty on words. Money secured on heritable property in Scotland or by

and

above 100.000 and a surcharge) Tobacco and Snuff
1

31 10 5 5
5

Scotch bonds, in favour of heirs and executory is also now subject to duty.

assignees, excluding

COPT.
ers in
-

Foreign Wine, not having

licei

10 10

having a Licence to retail Beer, but itailm? Spirits - having Licences to retail Beer and Spirits

Certified Copy or Extract of or from any Hegistcv of .. Births, Baptisms, Marriages. Deaths, or Uulials..

J.

d.

1

4
..

The

said

Duty

to be paid by the

Person requiring any such

2

Copy or Extract.

Kxemptiwu.

ASSESSED TAXES, LICENSES OF EXCISE, AND STAMP DUTIES. THE NEW EXCI:5E AND STAMP DUTIES —Copies of Entries of Baptisms, 3Iarriagei, and

ACT.

Burials, trausmiited to the Register of the iJiocese, in pur•uance of the 52 Geo. III., c. Uii. Ortifitd Copic* of Registers sent by Superintending Registrars tiie General Registrar, in pursuance of the 6 and 7 W. IV., e. 86. And Copies or Eitracta made or giren under or in pursuance of the 7 VicM>ria, c. lo, to ameud lUe Laws relatins to

w

Lahour in Factories.
Settl«m«nt of Money or Stock Transfer of Stock not Pubhc If upon Sale 10s. per cent. If upon Morigace 2a. Gd. per cent.
58.

per ^£100. .£110

DEBENTURKS.
Debenture or
Certificate for

The new duty to defers in spirits for a reUil licence to sell not tees than one reputed quart bottle, or as to foreign iquors in the bottles in which the same may have i>tea imthe premifes," is ported, and not to be drunk < £i 3s. For a licenee to scU table b« t ezctcding lid. the quart, 5s., and not to be drunk premises. The ttamp duties are as follow;— On foreign bills of exchange (Seceding jE-XJO, the duty of Is. for cv«ry xlOO. For an agreement and counterpart to let a furnished house for any less term than a year, where the ront for such period exceeds ;£2-5, the duty of 2s. Oil. On hawkers' licences .£3 a year without a horse, and £A with one horse. For a licence to betaken ©ui ye:trly, after the 5th July, 1861, by every person using the busiuea of a house as«»'t. the duty o f £-2 28.
i

Drawback on Goods exported
jClO

:

RECEIPTa
6
Receipt for the payn ent of £'2 or upwards, Id. P-^ioUif for giving a receipt without a stamp, jflO under

Drawback to be receiTcd shall not exceed Abore .£10, and noi above ^50 Above .£30
the

Where

1

2
5

D-j^iAration in lieu or in the Nature of an ASdavit, in any Case where, if the same were an alSdavit, it would be eharge-

P<nia

I

for frauds in the

t

ofa-ibe

i

stamps, ^20.

(The same Duty as would be chi^rgcable on such Affidarit,)

DeliTe>r»dcr

9

DUTIES ON LEUACIE.S AND ON SUCCE:5SI0N TO REAL PROPEHTY.
1

Where

DRAFT
Or Order
Ditto,
for the
to

Payment of any Sum of Monay

to the

«. rf.

Bearer or

Order, on

Demand

1
1

the Legatee or .Suc-eesor shail be the Lineal Issue or Line&l AnceAor of the Predecessor or Deceased, a Duty of £\ [>cr cent, upon such value. Where the Debtee or Successor shall be a Brother or Sister, or a Descendant of a Bro'-ber or Ksister of the Predeeeaor or

drawn on a Banker Order oa a Banker or tboueb not made payable to the Bearer or lo Order, and whether delirered to the Payee

1 ornot AdhesiTe stamps denoting the duty of one penny may bo

used for receipts or drafts without regard to their special s. d. approprvition.

Dock Warrant..

.

..'

a

LICENCES,
Appraisers AttoraeTS, &c., London (or within 10 miles) Edinburgh

£.

s.

2
9

and Dublin
(Half only for the
first

elsewhere.. three years.)

6
30 9 6 3 4 2 2
2 10 5

Deceased, a Duty oi £'i per ccut. upon such value. the Legatee or tjuccessor shall be a Brother or Sister of the Father or Mother, or a Descendant of a Brother or Sister of the Father or Mother of the Predecessor or Deeeaseil, a Duty of y5 percent, upon such value. Where the LegaUe or Successor shall be a Brother er Sister of the Grandfather or Grandmother, or a Descendant of i^e Brother or Sister of the Grandfather or Grandmeiher of the Predecessor or Deceased,a duty of jC6 percent upon such valus. Where the Legatee or Successor shall be in any other degree of collateral consanguinity to the Predecessor or Deceased than is hereinbefore described, or shall be a Stranger In blood to him, a Duty of ZlO f>er cent, upon such value. Legacy to Husband or Wife exempt.

Where

Bankers
Confeyancers, London and Dublin elsewhere „

"

POPULATION OF THE UNITED KINGDONfl ACCORDING TO THE CENSUS OF 1861.

Hawkers and pedlars, on foot and for each horse. &c, used Hawkers in /rciand, on foot

ditto, for

2
2

each horse used

Makers of Playing Cards or Dice Medicine Vendors, London in any other corporate town „
elsewhere

5

Pawnbrokers, London eUewhere PUte Dealer*, selling aboTe 2
plate

15 7 10
oz. gold,

and 30

oi. silver

5 15
2
,-

under the above weight „ For Marriages, special
not special To hold a perpetual curacy For non-residence To Stage and Hackney Carri^e Drivers, Conduetors,

50
1

6

10 3 10

and
5

Waterman

PATENT.
PatenU for Inventions, rarious documents Certification of Registration of Designs
Exemplifications
..

«
^

li to £l00 5
.

.£ 3

to

£5

PLATE.
Made in Great

o

Britain or Ireland, for erery ounee, and on in proportion for any greater or leas quantity

«.

d.

Gold

17

FAIRS AND MARKETS IN ENGLAND.
^o(t«.— The distance of each place inserted in parentheses.
from London, with the daj
t

vhlch the market

is

held in any market town, &re
S,

following abbreviaiiona hare been adopted -.—For the dayi of Iha aft for aflvr, he/ for b«/ur«, cat for c<itHe, pi for pleasure, St for atock,

The

w«*, M, Tu, W, Th, F, and ptd for pedlary.
ttock
;

and far Sunday, Sun
all

Fairs for the sale of horses, oxen, cows,
stated.

and sheep are described by the term

the partlsulars of

others are fully

4,

BEDFORDSHIRE.— ^TOp<AtiJ(45,Th)May lat— B«i/or<i Nov M, Lent,
30.
(SO,

S| 1

Tu

in

V2.

Dec

19, cat, 1

TuJulj, wool (An

SI,

Not17,

SI.

Aug 31. Oct Z,.«iard»|—

Di'jgletwadt (43, W) Feb 14, hones, East Sun, Not 8, crit, Whit M, pl— Z)uTM(a61« (33 Ash Jlay92, Aug 12, Not aft 3 F in .Sept. hii-in;— Xljrloio (491 May 15. cat. 12, cat, Not 5, also cheese Harrold (60, T) Tu bef May 13. bef June 8. bef Oct W—Lnghton Buzzard (41, Tu) Feb 5, 2 Tu in Ap. Whit Tu, 1 Tu aft Dec lu, cat and horses, July S«, also sheep, Oct 24, cat and hiring, 1 F in July, wool, loll free— Luton (31, M) 3 in Ap and Oot. cat, 3 F in Sept, hirinj— Jfariet-jfreet, Sept 39 hiring— Odeit (150) Whit Th, cat— Pofton (S) 3 Tu in Jan, O.S.. horses, last Tu in Ap, pi, 1 Tu in July, Tu bef Oct !9. sheep— S/ie/ird (41, F) Jan S3, Ap 6. May 19, Oct 11, cat— SiUoa (40) May 13, Sept 21. cat— rodrfmjteii (38, S) Ap 35, 1

M

W)

W,

35, 22. July 4. Sept 3, Oct 9. Not 35, cheese— Coni/Won (163. S, (ft mar alternate S until May 13) Th bef Shroyetidc, Not 23, cat. May 12, cat, clothing, July 12— Four Lain Bnds (17S, May 21, Not 21. St, pigs— /VodjAam (192) last Tu in Ap, last Ih in Oct, cat-Sandley, Mar 10,
17, cattle,

Deo

Feb

Ap

M)

Sept
aft

10— HaHon (S) Ap 5, Sapt 19— Soimes Ap 13, Oct 12, Not 27, cat— JCnutj/ord

Chapel (164)
(176, S)

Ap

W

23,

May
cat,

pas (167,

AVhit T. July 10. Not 8. horses, cat— Jfocclw/Uid (167. Tu. S) 6. June 22. July 11. Oct 4. Not 11, cat, wool, cloth— Jfat July

W) Ap

M

M

in June,
13,

Noi
6.

3,

Dec

6,

cat— TKo6uto

(42,

Fl Jan

1,

Mar
1

23,

July
Lent,

Oct

oot

BERKSHIRE.—^6inff<ion (56, M,F) M in Dec July, wool,
May
6,

June

30.

11, cat (1

M

in

toll free)

lambs, ^[ bef Oct 11, ^'ir'mi—Aldtrmaatan (49) Oct 13, (23) Ap 35, Aug 23 St, hogs, 4c, Oct 1, Farringdcm. (Tu gt mar 1 Tu in each month) Feb Oct 29, St, Tu ef and aft Oct 11, hiring, Jan, Mar, May, July, Sept, Not, cheese- Hungerford (64, W) last in Ap, cat, bef and aft Oct H, also hiring— /Zriey (5J M, gt mar VV, month bef East, and alternate till the last in June) 1 ill July, wool, Oct 13. hiring, Kast W, Whit W. Aug 1, 20, aft Sept, Oct. and Not 17— Lamiwume (F) W.%y 12, pi, Oct 2. hiring. Dec 4, cat— Jfatdmheaii (36, W, gt mar 3 Tu in each month, eat) WTiit W. Not SO, cat, horses. Sept 29. also hiring Jforti7ner (45) ApS7, cat. Not (^,cat, ponies Kni'hury (56. Th) 1 Tu in Feb, wool. Holy Th, July 8. Sept 4, cat,
5,

Aug
13,

hiring— Bi-acfciisii

(1«7, Tu) aft Ap 13, Holy Th, Aug 6, 3 in Sept, Oct 29, 4c.— .Yantoic* (164. S) S aft Fob 2. March 26. S Tu in June. Sept 4. Dec 4, cat, 34, cat, drapery, tic—lforthwich, (174, F) Ap 10, Aug 2, Deo 6. cat, Aug 6 and Dec 10, general, each laitiilg 14 days— Oiier (166, W) May 16, 16, 17, Sept 25, 26, 27, Doc 9, 10, 11, cat— Parijatc, Ap 35, Oct, 35— JVeston Brook aSh) Whit M, pi— iJuncorn (188, Tu, B) last F in Ap and Oct- Sanddac/i (162. Th), East Tu, Th after Sept 12, cat, horses, Dec 38, hiring— Slocifcport (179, F) March 4. 25, Oct 33, cat. May 1, cat, pi, Oct 24, pl-Tarporley (173, Th) May 1, at Aug 24, Dec 11, cat— Tarvin (177) Ap 30, Dec 3, cat— Tattenhall (170, F) May 18, Not 31, cat— rmfmisde (184)

M

6,

26,

Dec

8, cat,

general- Jfiddl«ieic/i

M

M

also hiring

May

2,

Not

1, pigs,

Ap

«.

I

W

W

cat- Wiiu/OT-d

(173, S)

Ac Weavarham (180. May 8, 9, Not. 36, 26,

S)

Ap

8,

Oct

8,

eat

W

W

Palm Sun, Tu and
cat— CaUiiiirtoii

C

R N W A L Jj.—Bodmin (235, 8) Jan 25, S bef

W

W

(216,

W)

bet 3

Whit «un, July 6, Dec. 6, sheep, Th in ,Mar. 1 in Way. 3 in Not,

Oct 11, hiring— ifcadins; 1. cat. pi, July 25, eat, cherry. Sept (39, 31, cat, pi. hiring— T»'o!(i)iir/ord (46, F) East Th, cat. Sept 29, (hiring— Wantage (60) 1 S in Mar and May, cat, July IS, icherry, Oct 17, hiring— Witidior (83) East Tu, July 6, Oct M,
horses.
1

Not 8, also cheese, W, S) Feb 2, cat. May

Th

aft

;cat.

pigs.

aft Jan 18. Palm S. May 8. June^i. Sept 25. St. Oct 12, hirins.SM in Dec, fat tat- Caco-i J^^d (33, W) Fob 13, Holy Th.cat— BriU (51) 2 in May, cat, 1 after Get 11, hiring —Buckingham (57, M,S) Jan It, last M in Jan, Mar 7, 2 M in in Au^, Sept 4, Not 8, Dec 13, cat, All, May II, Whit Th. i July 10 wool a»d cat, Oct 3, S aft Oct 11, cat, hiring— ISurnhoL-miti) Oct 2, hirinir, pi— ColntiKO* (17) Ap S.Oct 16, St, pigs —Eton (23) Ash W, pigs— JVnny Stratford (45) Ap 19. cat, Oct 11, hMm-Ot. Marlow. (S) Oct S9, ho ses, cat, hiring—

S)F

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.-A'«6«'T'(W,

W W

W

at, 1 aft Sept 19, cat, honey (gtmar 1 la other mouths) -t'anu.I/ord (229 F) F aft Mar 10, May 26,2 Not, cat, ily lambs, 18, cat. Sept 6, 17, sheep, should tliisor July 17 fallona S, the fair Is held on the aft— Falvwnth (373, Tu, Th, S) May 7, Aug 7, Oct 10— Five Lan»t aft June 24, last Th in Oct, unless it fall on the 30th, (225)2 when it is held on the day before, cat Latmceston (213, W, S) Jan 26, 1 Th in Mar, Mar 25, 3 Th in Ap, Whit M, July 6, Not 17, cat— iiiJreard (325, S) ShrOTO M, bef Palm Sun, Holy Th, Aug 15. cat, Oct 3, cat, honey, aft Dec 6, sheep, cat— LortioirtMl (236, F) Tu aft Midlent Sun, July 10, Seil 1, Nov 13, if S the aft, cat, horses— Pensonce (2^2, Tu, Th, S) Mar 25, Th aft Trinity, Th bef Adyent. Sept 6 Btdmth (363, F) East Tu, May 2, Aug 3, Oct 12, cat pi—SI. AutttU (F) Maunday Th, Whit Th, July 26, P aft Oct 16, Not 39, catSi Blazey (240, S) Feb 3, pi, July 4, cat-S( Coluvtb Major (242,
i ;

W

W

1

M

M

M

M

M

Th) Th
;

Midlent .Sun, cat Stephen's by Lajmttston (214) sheep if either of these fall on
aft

Th aft Not 13, eat, sheep—St. May 13. July 31, Sept 25, eat,

May
Sept

6,
1,

Aug 1— Trayoney
Not

/v»r (15)

— Z,at»tid«n
ford,
(52,

May

10,pl- Ivinghot

(33, S)

(M) 2 Tu bef

East,

May 6, Oct 17. cat, pi«s pi— it((i« Brickhill (43) May
.

IS. pi, Oct 38, cat— JITMoport 29, Oct 23. Dec 23. cat

F> 2

F

in

PagruU (50) Feb, 33, Mar 21 Aug Ap ^2. June 33, also pi— Stony StratFeb, 1 in May, 3 in Sept, 1 in Not, cat.

W CUMBERLAND.— bef Whit Sun, Oct 29— Alston
cat
pi.

S) (360, (gt mar 1

W,

W aft

B.

cat (ut

mar

S, the aft— TreyimalAa (24-J) (250, S) Shroye Tu, -May 3, July 25, in the other months)— Truro 3

M

M

Midlent and Whit Sun, Noy in the other months)- West Loot

19.

Dec

8.

cat
6,

(331)

May

lAug S, cat, pi, F aft Oct 11, alio hirin;- TTendowrr (36, M) iMay 18. Oct 3. eat W'inilow (50, Ih) Feb IS, Mar 30, Ap 30, Holy Th, Aug 31, Sept 23. Not i6.3 Th in Dec. eat. 1 Th bef. 'and 1 aad 2 Th aft. Oct 11. hiring— H'oodimm (3C) May 4, Not 12. oat— Wycomie (39, F) 3 in Aft Oct SS. cot, last

18,

cat sheep,

last

Th

in

May,

St— £oo««
Not

(208, S)

Ap

^fcfiey Holme (310) (305. S) 3 S in Mar, 3 bef Oct S on or bef Sept ^7. 1 Th in Not,

Tu

26, Sept 24, cat,

in June, wool,
bridge. 67, S)
"

M bef Sept 29, hiring.

M

W

bef Not 17, sheep, cat, e24,horses,cat,wool,pl-CTiott«TS (F) last Fin Ap. F bef Michaelmas, eat, day aft each, pl-ITIy (78, Th) Holy Th, Oct 39, cat, horses— Lin((m (61, Th) July 3», 31, lambs, 4c.— 3/arcft (80. F) bef Whit Sun. pi. 3 Tu in Oct, cat— ifeujmartet (61, Tn) Whit Tu, Not 8, cat— Jloysfon (38) Ash W, East W, aft Oct 11, St. pi— Tnuttlesea in July. St, Whit W, 1 bef (79, F) Whit Tu, pi, June 13, horses- Witbeach (93, S) Whit Sun, July 35. horses Aug 12, cat, a aft Feb 21, pL

C AM B R ID 6 E S H I RE.-.Bui<4 6r-e<n(CamS bef East M, bef July
30,

M

W

W

>,

CB.'ES'H.l'RlE.—^ltringkam. (183, Tu, S) Ap Aug 5,6, Not 32. cat. general— Blrifcen/iead (302. W. S) last
;

days

u in Feb and Ap. July 3, Oct 3. cat. cheese if either of these fall on S or Sun. the fair is helij on the F b-.f- Budii'oryi, 13. Ap S. Oct i—Chatcr (183, S) Jan 39. Feb 26. Mar 96, Ap §3, May 48. July 6. Aug. 4, Sept 3, Oct 10, Not 26,

11, hiring— Brampton (310, W) Ap, 30 Trin W, 3 in Sept Oct 23 cat sheep- CaWisie (301, VV,S) S bef Whit Sun, Aug 36, and 15 following days, cat, general. Sept 1», S nearest Not ll.cat- CociemiouOi (303, M, S) Feb 18, herscs, after 1 in May, and eyery alternate until Oct 10, cat, Whit M,N0T 11, hiring— JEyremone (3S9, S) Feb 17, horses, «at, 3 P in May, .Sept 18, cows, S bef Whit Sun. Not 11, hiring— Kenviek (293, S) 1, 3, and 5 Th aft May 1, Th aft Oct 10, cat. S aft Oct 29, sheep, cheese, 3 bef Whit Sun, S aft Nov 11, hiring— Lonirt0U7i (310, Th) Th bef Whit Sun, horses, Th aft Whit Sun, Not 11, hiring— PenriH (3S4, Tu) Marl, Ap 24, Whit Tu, cat Ap 23, sheep, 6 alternate Tuesdays after Whit Tu,Sept 27, Oct 26, cat sheep— Bed Z)&i, near Wii^n, Augl, sheep— HentOTC*, Sept 33, St— fiosley Bill, near WigtOH, from Whit M until Aug, horses, cat— JTfciteAarm (320, Tu, Th, S) Aug 12, pi— JTiyion (315, Tu) Feb 30, horses, Ap 5, cat. Whit Tu. Not 11, hiring— Workington (305, W, S) bef Ap 34. bef Oct 10, cat aft Wliit Sun. aft Not 11, hiring.

F

bef Whit Sun,

W

F

bef

M

W

W

W

«, Feb

East Tu.

W W W DERBYSHIRE.—,i<J/rc«on (140, F) Jan Whit
25. cat,

26,

Not

Tu, cat July 31, cat general, Oct 7, cat. cheese. hiring— 4sfti>ou™ (139, b) 2 Tu in Mar, 1 Tu in

FAIRS
Sept.Tu
I

AND MARKETS
:

IN ENGLAND.
^8^'%"^*""^^"'<'
BroaUuni

ef Xov 11, cheese. bef each, St, (15U) Ap 23, Oct 15, c«t, sheep, >-.

M

Aui- 2S. i.ft 0> (1 U. .-ij Jtiu 2S, M»y i in Ap. 1 F in Oct.

M

alienate
5, cat,
;;t.

M) £_
^'

''ds ^jLi'/io'n
.

Bheep-£rWport

cheese

'l"^' S> (137,

Mar

1

W,

S)

Ap

6

(140) Trinity

M.

pi<s,

ic.-

Oct 31, cat, p\—L.jl ., pigs, cheese— Buifon (160,

^>.

'.I

^'"'

-^^J^' ^ ^^ '»

«"

»

W

in Koy,

.St,

„..,_'

cat, pi, Mrntz—Dsrhtj (l2i;, Tu Fl F 6, Jan So, Mar 21, cat, 22, !» .,,„...„ 'p r'-\ll i WTlitF.Julv35.cat, lit T. ):, ~ .?/27' _ cheesc-Z)ron>eW (154, Tl Oct 12, c it, sheep, pies, chees (133) 1 M in JI:.y, aft Oct U, K.tcloth— J7arn„(,OT, Feb 12, Ap 2,

St. aft

30, Hoi)- Th. also 3 wcclts tft, July 7. Th art O, t 11 Ifov S». c-.l-auMerfidd (150. K) J.„ 27, F.;b 28, 1 S ** in Ap, ""*— » ?, cows horaes. May 4, cat, pi, July 5, cat, wool. Sept 25,

East.

Ap

Ih bef

— --•'.-"
.

Che Jeese, Ac, IiovSo,

Jan an
F,

,

cat, 2j, 29,

unT;f iif"

-""'r

*j''' *=

-^'-/JtiinrdJ) s

be*

Th

alt

-

M

^r'^''i^i^y:^t=^--;,«--'f;n:.i^^^
<"'>'=' "!'• »lt^™»te Th) ^"'f r; (J, bt. pie»-Sr/«n-,.con.te. May 12, Oct 25, cat-Ss,d|,„„ (1.6) Dec East Tu Oct 20 hoii,. ,,, to.-7y,Uer vowt. Ma, 18, J.ly2, Sept 7?i2- ,?aWZMii5 1 u ) Ap 17. Sept 8- TKimiom. (100, F) F bef Good F b" J. ^i-W«odburvmu (112) Sept IS, 'and five following .^'^ if pig«, general— B'oocUond (100) July 5, pL
every fortnight) East

last

Th

in

Ap

6i. piss-7tt«rt<,n
1

aft

Dec

(1:

25. cat, pigs,

Feb S5, Ap *, May 9 Mavl.lMinXov,c:.
12. pi.

Kart Tu, July

8,

Sept b,

cat,

3

Tu

in

(92,' . in Mar and June, cat, sheep, Aug 10, Nor 11, or 1 aft each shee,>-Ar™,„^ (147,Tu,F) Tu aft Ap 2s. V, aft Oct 10, St- Hampton ( S, gt mar

DEVOKSHIRE.-^sWwrton
W,
""='

SiTTh
Tu
or

Th

DURHAM(237,

Barnard
M, Whit W,

Castle
general,

(250

vt

in Oct, Ht-Barn' ''•''P' .,',li. (196. F. gt m»r Mar 17, U. July 28, Dec 8, Catl •'^P« l«-<-"-.BWe/ord (iO«,ru. S). Feb 14, July 18, catBoy, 18-, gt mar2 Th in Mar) Holy Th, Tu nearest ia Nov 3-.,cat,ee..eral-JJrjci«tou. (200) 1 in June, July 29, if Tu, »> or Ih, If not. the Tu aft, cat— Bi-oodclyrt /17ni i -aft. CAt—Jiroad^lii»t (170) and Sept, -SroaihenAury l\e\) Dec 11, c..t>-BradiMrJfty (218)::Jcpt 9, ' week bef'j " 24, C^t—Dmk/oJtUtgh (212, F) 3 Thin June. 9 in .s.
last
, •lapU
,

"'•

"'l>"Tu.

Th

and June W bef Mar 25

Au-l

mar

2 Lor

T

Ap

W
-

M,

r;

M, Nov

10, 23,

W

m
iiv

Mar,

F

Ap

,

:

W "

:

Tu, Nov i—Chagford (21 Th in Sep4andOi.t,.-5t— CTtaictt, hamptmi, Th bef 3 S in -\i i
,

ButUand
1

!
'

(2(16))

Whit

r

1 in

May, U,t

4c,— A'ouJA 'shUUU (2bl,''b) wVe'f &c~sJ!uh M Jolm, Chapel, near Staiihoj.e (S) 3 in Ap, 3 i^i Bern ^J-^'"^'-S""lao,^'^i-r,u (W, S) 2 Wl„J„,,.na„er^ alteni

Ap und

;3, VV'liit

and the 3 aft, and LVery fortnight, cat bef each, hiring— Zti/Wmn (2ii3, ^ " sj bef May 13. F Tu, cat-Jfidd<(o7j

M

M

M

Sept, cat, sheep,

W

W

'

ll.cat-CAtKfc.

Hundtrland
(o9) 21

(S)

bef Jlovll, hiiiug—

W

WhitM,0ct2,i.l.ifSth.
last

w

:

in July-CV.rf,r

(1'.3:W)EW
~ .t
,.
,:

.

i

Jjp)

May

11,

Aug
.S)

s .*f

last

23.

Sept 20

;

ii

inese (lavs fail

Th.ifnot.theTufollowing-CoUiiOTpioi.ls.gt
(170,

marl

on Tu or S in eich

w" W

ESSEX
Oct
/, 8,

on or aft July lo c„t-Black7nort

BUUrica!/ CM, Tu)
(24)

Aug

Aug 2,

3.

horsj

21,

cat, horaes

cener^'

Feb and May, S Tu In July, 3 in BM-Bzmttuter (May 29), c«l^£«no«tt (Tu, S) Ap25,Oct 3;. Eeneral--ira0.erfciV,A (200, Tu) .May 21, June 22, Sei,t 4 '•'" "** cat.general-jBbbuortAy (W, s' Z°^ \ '™. ""l,*'' ""^ -"''"' '^ '"'^ =^ '" »'"• ^P •''^ J'-lT 9.' ^1^ '"''
in

Tu, F,

3

W

W

(.9)

May

14. 15, cat, pi,

July 2o

|.l-CM™/ord

(3j

FlMav

0,^9

.

V"

^a5^;'^-'^>.%^vu.xrcirp.»£"' D«tlu,m Tu) EastTu.
pi,

ber?l., wVt&'"S",'' ^"'^

I'lr^-^""'"™ (156, S, gt n

ar2 S

in

Ap, S

Nov

(68, s c^t-t-ppin,

(IS,

?alP "^V'"^^, "iJ"^''' mar last S Jan, Ap, July, Oct) 2 Tu aft Mar 11, 2 Th Pn ^^' •'""'' 2*' 1 Tu in Aug, Tu af4 Sept and Oct 11„«Il
;

mar Son or aft Aug 23) Ap 14, cat- Jfocffru, ox' li^'J^ 2 Tu in each month) Aay 4, cat, horsesVr !l ^'^.^^ <^**- S. gt marS bef Whit Sun, 1 S in O^T^'-r.^?"'?"?'"? "«) 3 rh July, last in Uov, cat—J^rcrton ^66o« (l!-8, '^ ^" ^"°' 24, Sept 11, Nov 6 if these

no

?./*'

'"'y 18' "tcliecse. Th, horses-/(/,acOT«

W.fl- Ih^,,,,^, «, (37. Tu iu'c F) Whit Tu, 'cat, he.ies. Novas'
1,1

""

m

W

horses—HoruicA (72, Tu, F) Mavl Octla frroa^O,^ ,30) Aug 6, ikm'bs, 'cat-1:JiXi
28, cat,

/^,',??5

'(^fl^ff1/

m

whit'i'h!^i'5i^L!;'(''^';'i^n,^i.'^p^/5^-j«-(^;Tj.
horses, cat,
)

general— SocA/ord

(40,
1,

Th) East Tu
2 cat pi

W an%«,»
3 4 lombt

bff Palm sun, W-hit Tu. 3 Tu in Aug. cat, iheep, pig. t^c.-Pty,nauth {216, Tu, Th, S. gt mar 1 Tu in
l<i

>ll

S bef Midlent and free, pl—Stanway.

M aft,

Nov

Ap 23. pl-SUbOme

Aug

Nov) 1 Tu

(42) Julv'lO horse.'

i,I

Al, toe

Apb, Hoi, Th, Aug 13, Oct Tu aft. cat-.SaH<«/.

-^^V. 29;
if

either of these fall on

S o^

rerl-ni, (37)

(220. S)

Feb

3,

July 35.

cat,

Ac—
Jfersej/

OL (47)Trimty M, fl-Tmdring (63) Sept 14 pl_ Wl,it_M, p\-TlulxU:d. M bef Whit Sun clt-AZ
r,u;mg,

pl—WaWuim
pi— iroKcn

JUr'-I^ ;"ri^'
13, aft
12.

P'-^'"^""^
bef
, .

v.. :-°o?" 1?' ?.'• Sept. pi— SouUi ifoUon

(20S- SJ Tt bef the 3 S in •!'=!.*'=' V]—SidmoiUh (Tu, S) East
(

W
-<

Ml
he

,

S) gt

mar

Feb

Uo) Whit Tn, pl-Ji'fci, (60) Sept 18, pll )|-aAum June 4, pi— »'ii»«Ao« (56) Sept 4, pi.
,

,..,

"-

'""' lb,

Abbty. 14, Sept (69) J uly 2, pi - K Ml

May

25.
,,

(181)
ir,!..

Whit
'
xxr

^.

Aug 25, cat, general— Starcrojs pi— ,«octtond (li6) ait June 11, pi—

W

(105,

GLOUCESTERSHIRE.— .Bart<m W, Sept
S)
St, pigs-.BI<,A«iej, (laj)

hiring- BertWey
Dec,

kZ
il
J

?

.'

°'

•-='".

^"'J'

Michaelmas— rotiirtscifc (225, F, »"<' Nov) 3 in Jan Mar, May, 3

W

gt in

CluAtmham
^'

38. St, pigs, ..he«e, 4=^29, pU (114, Tu, gt mar 1 Tu in Nov) May 14 2 in May 12, Nov 12 s[ genei^l (94, Th, S) 2 Th in Ap, Holy Th, SI, Aug

Rem, sVo^.ifgT

M

Feb,

^ff,-?,-.^ also V}-Th,rverum, Ust M in Feb, cit, sheep. July Jambs— KwrtOB (168, Tu S) gt mar 2 lu Tu bef last Ap.Tu bef Aug 26, 2 T

3

Thl'A" priK show Th m Dec.

'" =*^I"' °"'"'''. St.

Th

bef and aft

Da 11. hi'rln"
gtmarl Mar 25, bef

Saw

CMpptnu Sodbury

(108, F,

W

fortui,"

Agricultural

show ,

,

-.

Sept 29, cat^ Torquay (186, Tu gt mar 3 S in Mar) May -uly 5. Oct 10, cat, &c.-Tot,iea
95, S,

sheep, pigs,

M iu each month) Ap 5. July -/ron^rton (111) Ap 26, Sept

pl-Gtoua«„ (105,
5,

St, gt

Sept 28.

13,

cat-iscWude

mar Jan 29, Dec 18.' cat. Nov SB «t S
(75,

P0RSETSHIRE.-J<awj»^;«r

rrs;rt

(144,

Th)

I

(U7) Nov

3b, cat, sheep,

pigi- MiUMdim, (U6)

FAIRS AND MARKETS IN ENGLAND.
Oct 10, also cheese— Aforton Marsh (b2. Tu) 1 Tu in May. Tu bef Sept 24. St, cheese Tu ill Oct. hiring— -VorfWeacfc (80, V\ ) VV bef Maj 1! bef aiut in Sept. sheep, cat, bef June 1, pi, 1 cat, Oct 1 10, cit. hiring— Si<m«'ioiM« (104) _Mar_ 1. Th bef last S in -Mar, cheese, &c—Sto}v-on-tlu:ch-xse. ijeneral, July '22, May 1-2, bef Dec 11, iig— Sirtmd (102, Fl May •nod, cat, Th bef ami aft Oct 11 in each \V. gt roar 2 10, Aug 21, St. pigs— Vrttery month) Ash W, cat, July 22 - ~ aftOt bef Ap 0. bef in J lie, Aug, Dec) 2 s.gt iu Ap. cat liay 14 Oct 10, hoi^cs, cat, pi. ? bef anii aft Oct 10. hir ^—Thornhitr-j cbecae. wool. cat. ,, in each month) East M. Aug 15, M bt-l Dec (120 irt mar 2 '' *(109, S) last S in Mar. July 23. horses, Michiiclmas, hiring— WQoton'Uiidcr-Kd\jc (lOS, Ma, F) Tu bef Mar 20, cat, toll free, Sept 35," cat, pi.
East M,
<»l,

horsM,

liigs,

W

W

W

East Tu, Whit Tu. F att Oct 11. Dec II, cr-^-iei's'i' itc— .S'oifiersli 12, Oct o—R'Uiunj (71. W) Juli 32, cat. June 23 Nor ifi, pi Spuldtrtcfc (63) AV bef Whit Sun,
cat.

sh.iJp— .S(. A'ss
iliree

(60.

M) Whit
:

one

,

-

1'u.riei/

(74)

(50, Tb) Uol) weeks aft, St. general, in aiiuti, ii, a^eu Hoi, Th. St.

j,

,

v...,-

W

KE'ST'—Askford
in ever,

(51, Tii,

gt

mar

1

and 3 Tu
Oct

W

24
ill

'

(

W

W

W

M

,

,

.

each moiitli) Oct ll,and3 following market days, pi, &c.— May 15, pi— CVii,«ic(7) Oct 18, f\— Chatham {60, S) hurst (11) Whit W, pi, Th. races— Cod/iam (26) Aug 2. pi— Cranbrook (48. alternate W) May 3.. Sept i9, cat. hops, corn, liC-Dartford (15. S) Aug J.pl-Dcal (74. Tu, S) Ap (..Oct 11.
CTiariioii

month) May 17, 18. Oct Welsh cat— Caiiferdiiry (06.

W

13. 13. wares. Sept il. St S. gt mar 2nd and 4th

Tu

4

ly 1 in Sept, 1 aft Oct 16, last May 13, Oct 11, 'pi— ><"<'<"•" (^^' *> S bef 4 Sun in Lent, Xiu-^^t—AppUshaw hor<es cat, cheese, Nov 17, St, IS. cheese, Nov 3. 4. sheep, 5, pigs-Bajmtl(69) liay 33. pigs. pi. Oct 8. SI, VV,S) East Tu. Whit W, horses, cat. pcd. last Th in

in

HAMP SHI RE.-^ir«/o>-d Nov, Th) last Th " sheep, Th aft iu
(0(5,
(46,

,toL

May anJ Nov. ctecse. Oct 11. hiring. Sept '-S. cat. sheep— Oct 11, Biihop-s Wallham (66. F) 2 F in May. July 3U. F aft pl-Bo(Iey (77, alternate \V) Nov 19, cat, cheese, k.-.-fhrut^ church (4)8. M) Th after Triu Sun, Oct 17, cat-Co.,.s (M. Tu. Th S) Whit Th, F. pl-fariAam (73, Tu) Juno W. JO. cat. Tu. Ih. S) Ma, 4, Oct 10, cheese, pi- Cojport (78. Havani Boxo (36) Juno 29, races, E •- —KingscltTC (-M, Tu) 1 Tu in Ap, pi, pi. " ni JIar. Jiiuo Jl, Tu aft Oct II, hinng— Lipfcoo.t (46) 1 ncil—Lymhniton (US) May 13. 13. Oct 2, 3. clieesr. Aulcriiey 26- .Vc«v»';'- r-'^,,^^. ^) cows, Forest ponieB-Jfct((in(;bi/, Jul, Whit M, Tu. W—Odiavi (41. Tu) 4 S in. Lent. July 31. cat, &e.-Owt(m (54) Ma, 4. Jul, 18. Oct 22,St,,,l, VVhit M, plPct^sMd (si ilternat. W) July I«, horses. Oct 6, St, Ucc 1, sbeep-iiitM/wooci (91. W) Jul, 10, corn, hors.s. cat. Dec 11. alternate lb) corn St, Forest ponies— iiomsej/ (75. Th. gt mar July 6 7 p East M, Aug 26. Nov 8, St. Cheese-Bt/Je (77, Tu) -Soi.»iampton(75, F) Ma, 6, 7.Trin M, Tu. ,at- II cj/nii (07) cheese hops, Oct 10, sheep, liorses. 11, and 3 following days, IF-^rwU. Se,,t 24. sheep- irftt(<7.i.r-ch (5/ F) 3 Thm general'

W

Bdenfrrtdi/e (37, |:t mar ped— Ds-Bf/ore! (4) Trinity M. Tu, Tu in each month) May 6, Oct 16,Hl—Farniugham (17) Oct W, I 15, liursrs, sheep, pigs, pi, Midlent M—Faver.>ham (47, S) Oct 11,12, 13,pl— .F'o(A:cstone(83, W, S) June38. pi— (Jiiimaham, East M. pi— GoodAurst (44. W) Aug 36. Nov 5. horses, cat —Ooodnatane Sept 26, pi— ffrarcseiid (22, W. S) Oct 24, cat, pl-Crcat Chart (50) 1 M in Ap, ped-tfrcci- Strc-t May 1 pi —Grmnvrich (6, W. S) East M, AVhit M— Croombrirftre (40) May 17, Oct 35, St, ped— i/am Street (65) 1 M in Sept, cat. lambs, pi— //tticWmrst (4-) Aug 111, 11, horses. p\—Uayes (13) Whit Tu, pi— LeioisTlam (5) Ma, 12, Oct 11, hors. s, cat piip— MaidMmie (;i6. Th. gt mar 2 Tu in each month) 1 eb 13. May 12 June 20 horses, cat.pl, Oct 17, also hops Mailing iuvm Aug 12.'Oct3. cat, pi, Nov 17. St-Ji"c/ic'.'(er (29. lu. F. gt -1, m.ar 4Tu in each month) May 18, pl-i!onmey (70) Aug lambs St-.S'.iiid/iitrs( (51) May t5, cat— Sundioic/i (6(. W. S. Michaelmas— gt inar 1 M in each month) Dec i—Sarv (64) J lu Ural (34) Whit Th. June 21, p\—Smxnoaks (i4. S.gt u.ar

W—

m

aft

month) July id, cherry, Oct 12, cat. 13. pi. Dec 17, p\-SitliiiybounK (40. gt mar (20) Ma, Tu in the month) Whit M, Oct 10, pI-S(ap(.*iirst, aft Sept SO. \ioxs-Teiiterdm (56. F. gt mar Jul, 20, pi, in May. cat, general— r<.'..i>riii(/e (30, F bef 1 and 3 Tu) 1 mouth) Oct 11, p\- WestWickham (12) gt mar 1 Tu in each East M, cat, sheep, piijs. pi— IV7iitsta()Ie. Th bef Whit Sun, |,1_ -ffy, (5(i) Ma, 21). races, Oct 11, pi— Y aiding (3u) East lu, Oct 11, pi, 15, cat.
in each

hops-S/wrcAum
every 5

,

W

M

M

.

S, .alternate 19, 30 cat- IKi'icftester (63, in Lent, seeds, horSL-s. cows. pigs, cheese. Oct 3. sheep. cat) 1 llill(l.o VV ») Sept 124. cheese, horses, cows, rigs. 4c.; Giles rarmoiK/i (100, I ) July 3.i,26. pi cheese, horses, cows,pigJ,Sc

June pCOct

W,

W,

Th

M

last

(Jf. ^) July So, M in Jan, Th bef Mar 25, Ma, 3. Whit M. Th befi)ors<o»e hiring— b^f Oct 29, St, pigs. Mar 35, Ma, 1, Sept 39, IS. St-SardUlej ai>>) (148) Ap 27, May 18, Sepl 27, Nov W. ^, 15 St, hiring. Oct 18, St, cheese— H.jre/ord (13o. Mar aa N«v'30) Tu aft Feb 2, East W, St. l.igs. May 19, gt mar SO. hoijs, cat-i/i.«!.«ydr pi, Jul, 1. wool. horSM,'cat, Oct :ua for hops July 18. Not 13— Ledbury (ISO. Tu. gt

HEREFORDSHIR S--B':o'';2'«'-^
W

cat ped— .lsWon-w"der-Lj/.ie (190, S) Mar .^3. cat, ill Aug general, Nov 21, 25, cat, general, Jul, 25, cat, boni>s. 26. 27, 24. bept horses, cat, 23, 33, general- J3art/i<,iomeiti, bef Feb 2 from S, gt mar alternate LlackbMm (200, Michaelmas) East W, May 11. 12. Oct 17. cat, "i orkshire until M)Jan4, cloths. &c—So«eri (197. M, Th, S, gt mar alternate July 30. 31, Out 13, 14. cat— JSoolJe (280. S) *p 26, Sept 24. cat,

LANCASHIRE.-^ccHnff«on (202) May7,
W,

Ap

W

Ap

W

H—

sheep,
(270,

S, bef Nov 11, hiring-iVoKy/iIou-iic-J^iinicM 37, cat. hiring. Aug. 1. cat. sheep. Oct 6, also (209. M, alternate M) Mar 6, Easter Eve. Oct July 10, horses. 11. ped— Bury (196. .S) Mar o, ay 3 Sent !.<. horses. cat-Ctorfc-y (206) Mar 36, Ma, 6. Aug 20 cat Aug 21, horses. Sept 4. 5. 6, \.l-CkOKbent (192) last

F

bef

Whit

W) Ap

hiring- Buni((W
11. cat. pel.
,.i

aft seeds. St, &c.. last Tu in each month) bef Dec 21. cat— Mar 18, June 23. last Tu in Aug. Oct 2. leb 13 Tu af (136, F, gt mar 1 F in e.ach month) l.ambs). Jul, 10, Sept iSUdlent Sun, Ma, 2 (June 3D. wool, cat. U-ilo." (113 Th gt mar lb aft 4, Oct 17, Nov 8, F aft !'« Th aft Oct 10, Dec 11 Mar 10) F aft Hoi, Ih, Triu Th. July 20, also hiring. Aug 5, cat. sheep. Ma, 6,

M

M

UominH^

34. ped— in March prize horses, cat. ]iigs. June 20, 1, 2, Clith^-«p. (216, Tu, gt mar fortnightly) Mar 24, 26, Th bef 4 S aft Sept 29, oat, horses, F, clothes, wares, Dec in each month) Mar 7. Jlay 13. Oct mar last S, gt (316, 28. Jan 6.0ct23.cat, hiring general— DuKon (280. S) 11. cat. 12, —Ecclts, F bef Whit M, Nov 15, St— Garsian;/ (219 I b)

Th

Aug

W,

W

Aug /—Cohw

Ap

Ap

— Wiirnore,
last

7,

HERTFORD SHIRE.-/aJfci(37F)Mar Oct Aug Ma,, Dec Tb
in
11, horses.
5.

2,

3

horses.

Birklrnnp^ead (ia S) pigs. 0, pi, races, Nov 31, St, pigsWhit M. Aug 5, Sept 29, Oct 11. pl--ZJ.,;.op'<.- SortShrive cat- BuiiJ.n!,. ford (29, Th) Holy Th. Trinity Th, Oct 11 12, li.arJware/ord 31) East M. Whit M, '""« '^^ P'v ^ov JO pl-H«n«J nmp!:Uad. (i3. Th) HalMli (•>', Th) Ap 23, Oct IS, last F in June, svool 3 M^in Sept, Holy ITl. Trinity Th, St. S) 3 S ^ef *-;V^'. ?'f..'i,' •'"^, ",•,!, hiring-/A-r(/.rd (21, ; WhitTu.cat ped Oa horses, cat-Hi(oA.,. (34. Tul EastTu. aft Jan 1; 12. hiriiiK-Bedf.01,,-,. (2.5) J"^',^ ^!;," '";'-'^'=, I'' " day previous horse show— iiictmaimiorf/i (13. > 'J shce,.-2ioy,(on .,8, horses, cat, 2 S in Sept, ,.1. Nov :M. horses,

M

W

cat, "ool. general. Nov cat sheep. Holy Th, general, July 10 Fel. 2, Ma, 8, 23, 23, cat, general-lfajjii.isrden (330, Tu, S) Jul, 4, Oct 3, cat, horses, pigs, ped, &c.. East Tu, cat-fliiu'lcsbef Hoi, Th, cat, Oct 2, cat. ped. East M,alE0 Aettd (373, M) 28, 9, hiring- Kirit/ium (22r Tu) Feb 4, 5, horses, cat, S) May 1, Jul, 5, Oct 10, Oct 18 19, cat— ianc«s(erC.'39. ever, cat, cheese, general— Liuerpooi (205. M, W. S. horse mar beginning Mar 12, 1851) July 25, Nov 11— Lojirjalternate cat, seeds. &c., bef Holy Th. cat. Mar 16, ridge (220) Feb 16, Ap 16 cat, and a horse show— J/auc/tcjter (ISG, Tu, Th. S) EiHt week. |.l. Oct 1, 3, 3, cat-Jfidin ton (-03, F) Th aft Mar last 2 days— 10. aft Ap 15. 2 I'h aft Sept 29. cat. |.igs. gen- raJ, pigs, 12, AVietoii (135. S) May 17, St, pies. Aug 11. cat. slicep.

U

M

Ap

W,

W,

M

hors-s— iVo,-;ft

)

•"

Oldham
(235

(Jl-JJ -S.i«.!.ri<Ji,e.™rtA (24) Ap2:!. StOct 30. Mar 35 2d, c.t, horses. Oct 10. 11. also binng-.Steemase 31) Oct 11. cat. pl- "'•;•-« S.pt 22. ped, pl-7Vi«» (31. F) East pi- TFaf/ord (15, Tu) (20. Tu) last Tu in Ap, Tu bof Sept 24.

WlAsh VV.EastW WliitW.l

W in July.W aftOctll pl-SI. -<»an,
M

.-,

,ches^

Jfeoirfs (233. M) Tu aft Aui; lli. (191. S) Th aft Feb 2. May 2. July 8. hones. pig.s-(J™>.tiVfc (210 Th) Whit M

W

St, pigs,

geese11,

all

Oct

cat,

M Feb
)

3,

Ap

13,

Nov

3. cat. cloth.

Trinily Tu, Sept

24-B.j,-Wi (IM) May 4. July 25, Nov 1. cat-Godmanctoter S) Tu 'lef East 2 (56) East Tu, cat, W. pl-//«n*in!7doil (59. (di, F) lu in May, S bsf Oct 11, 3 in Hoy, cut-^imboUon

HUN riNGDONSHIRE- — Alconbw-y

9, pi.

June,

altern nearest to N.v 1, pl-Prcs(on (31 horses, hardware, 3 days, Epiphany, horses. Mar 7 26, horses, hardware, 8 days, general, 10 days, Aug 25, 8. horses, hardware, 6 days, alternate general,' lo' day's-JSoc/.daie (197, M, S, gt mar 1 and May 14, Nov 7, cat. horses pigs— .St. in each month)

Tu, an

M

,

Helm's (182

S)

Tu

aft East

week,

aft

Sept 11, pX—Stalxybridge

FAIRS
I«.it

AND MARKETS
M

IN ENGLAND.

(188, S) M in Jan. 9 In June, Not B, hones, est, pigs, 4c. — Torimordon (21S. S, gt mar 1 Th in each month) Th bef Ewt,

Th »aOct

Sept Z7. both Ust 3 'ItiTs. flnt day cat, second and third gtu^ Tt.l—UlvtTit'me (361 ) fu bef East. Oct 7, cat, hiring. Whit Th, 23, ped. Nov 10, hiring, Tu bofflist whole wcels in

S) 14 days bef Holv Th, Aug 16, Nov 6, cat. Holy Th. cat, pi— Pontypotl (146, W, S) Ap 3, 33, St, July 5, cherry, O^t 10, cheese, sheep— tTsJ: (149, F) Ap 20, cat, Trin M, St, Oct 29 St pigs, bef Deo 25, cat

Jan, horse.— (rorrti.cr^on (187, W, gt mar alternate July ]8^ Not 30, last 9 days, first day of each cat. second horses, remaining? cloths, books. &c.— Wigan (190, M, F) Holy Th, and the day bef and aft, June 27, Oct 28, 29, aO, horses, cat, bardtrare. woollens, &c.
20. Tu. 10, St, in Feb. 1 in Mav. last (113, F) last 1 in Oct, last in Nov. St—Catth Vonini/ton (120. S) Mar IS, Sept 29. cheese, cil-JIinrkUy (100. M) 1, 2. 3, aft Jan 6, bef Whit M. cat. Eaat M, Aug 26, cat, pi, ,

W)

TS

— j4yisham(121,Tu) M.ir 23, last Tu in Sept,
(117, S)

East, pigs,

ORIOLX.—Attleborouffh Whit
Th
bef

(94,

Th) Th bef

Sun,

St,

Aug

15, last

cat,

East T,

W, Au«

1. 2,

gencral-f<«(i.tKr. (98)

(117. S)
20,

LEICESTER«HIR li.—Ashby-de-la-Zouch Shrovo East Tu, Whit Tu. Sept Nov
hlrmj— ift;!5..rfo?i

Sept
in

M

Feb 1, last in Ap, St, last in Aug, sheef>— Cley (126) last F and S in July, cat, pl—Creuingham in Aug, cat. pi— Cronier (130) Whit yi— Dereham (90) 1 (106, F) Th bef July 6, bef S.pt 29, cat— /)iM (90, F) Nov 8, St Doitm^om (86, 8) May 8, Nov 13 (Winnel) Mar 3, horses—
:),

Aug

ped— Caifsloii

(98)

W

Th in each month pi— Bum/tam May 1.

W

AUR,

1 in Nov, cheese. ba—Hjubandi Bosworth (83) Oct 16, St, cheese- tricMlir (98, W, S) Mar 2. S bef Good F. Eaat S, May IJ, July 5, Oct 10, Dec 8, St, M,ay 13, 14, Oct 11. 13, cheese— ioi4»A6oro' (109, Th) Feb 14, Mar 28, Ap 25, Aug 12, cat, Holy Th. Nov 13, cat, pl-LuUenrortA (89. Tb) Ap 2. Holy Th, Sept 16. cat, sheep, Th bef Oct 11. and 2 following Th, hcep-J/arlt«< Biytwarlk (105 ^> May 8, July 10, cat— ifarfait /Zoriwro' (S3, Tu) Ap ga. Oct lU to 27, Jan 6, Feb 16. July 31, S Tu bef Palm Sun. bef Nov Sa. Dec «- MoUoii Mmehrau (106, Tu) M, Tu aft Jan 17, horses, cat. Holy Th, Mar 13, May 2, Whit Tu, St, Aug 31, Sept 7, cat, pig^
)

M

M

Whit

M

M

LINCOL]SrSHIRE.-^«/or</(Ul,Tu)Whit
Barton (172 M, gt sheep, cat, mar for cat in m.>r alternate M) Trin Th, cat, pl-J5osion (116, 8) May 4, cat. pi, Aug 6, Deo 11, cat, Nov 18. horses, all 3 day fairs— Ilournt (97, S) Ap7. May 7, Bept 30, St, Oct 39, St, ]>l-BHgg (1.57 Th) Aug 5, 8t— BurirA (i:J8 Th) 2 Th in May, 2 in Aug. cat, sheep. Sept 21"i. also foals— Cawtor (157, S) F bef Palm Bun, sheep, S, horses, cat, F bef Whit Sun. sheep. 8. horses, cat, S bef Sept 18, sheep, F aft Oct 11. sheep, S, horses, cat Crowta from Mar to May) last iu May, (167, gt mar alternate Nev 23, C!it, flax, hemp— Doninpfon (110, S) Sept 4. cat, Mav 26. Oct 17, cat, horses- fipioorOi (168, Th) Th aft Mav 1. Th aft Sept 29, St pica— /•o!*infl\am (106, Th) Ash Palm M, cat, sheep. May 13, cat, horses. 13, pi, Th aft Oct 11, sheep, Nov 23, cat. 23, pl-Cainj6oro' (154, Tu, gt mar alternate Th) East Tu. W, -Jnd Hay cat, Tu. Waft Oct 20— CranlAaiTV (110 S, gt mar East Eve) 5 in Lent. Holy Th, July 10, Oct 2o', Dec 17-i/oi6«ac)i (109, Th) May 17, Sept 17. St, Oct 11, pi— JJornctiitu (136, 8) 5 Th in Lent, cat, sheep, June 21, horses, 22, St. Aug 10 to 21, horses. last day cat also, Oct 28, sheep, horses, 29, cat— iincoln (133, F) the last whole week in Ap, M, Tu, horses, W, cart horses. Tin sheep. F, cat, July 5, horses, cat, pi, aft Sept 12. horses, cat, Oct 27, Nov 38, sheep, cat— Loulfc (149, ,S. gt mar alternate F) 3 aft East M, F bef Sept 18, F bef Oct 28, Nov 23, cat— Partnrv (139) Aug 1, 35, aheap, cat. Sept 18, .sheep, 19. cat, horses, at Oct 11. sheep. Th, eat. horses— \Slta/ord (116, M) Plouifh M, East M. St. Whit M, pi, Oct 20, |eat, sheep— ,Spaldini( (100 Tu) Ap 27. June 29, Aug 38, Sept '25, Dec 6, .St. Sept 26. pi— Sj)il.l>y (132. M, gt mar alternate M) bef and aft Whit M. if Whit falls in May the 2 is substitutad, aft July 12. St, pia-Stam/ord (90, M, gtmar alternate F) Jan 7. .Sept 1. Oct 6, Dee 1. cat, bef Midlent. horses. Midlent M. pi. Ap 18, cat, sheep, Nov 8. horses, sheep, bef May 13, 9, cat, Tu bef Feb 13, aft Trin Th. Aug 5, all toll free— iStt'ifws^eod (110) Oct 3, pigs, cheese, ycneral. May. Oct. hiring— Sirinntfati (100) on or aft Oct 20. sheep, cat, foals-TaltnrjftolI (12«, Th, May 16. 16. sheep, cat. pi. Sept 25. 36. also fnali- H'oi<i/«rf (134. .-) 3 S in May, sheep, cat, Oct 24, sheep- Wmtrriagnam. July 14— H'royty (144, Th) May 1, cat, sheep Sept 2.^. tat. 2w. sheep.
8,

Th, Nov

Mar—

fetmll (86, Tlj) Nov 20, horses, cat. pigs— J'ornco«, 1 Th in Sept, o.s.—FouUhikm (111) 1 Tu in Mav, cat, ped—HarUnton (108, W) July 5, 0, Sept 9, 10, St, p-d— //nWinff (87, T) May 4, ";t 24. cat. Tu aft Sept 12, sbcep. lambs- flempton (108, Fainham mar Th) Whit Tu, cat. sheep, Nov 21, 22, 23, Scotch id Irish cat— Kmniny/tall (90, M) July 18. Sopt 30. lambs, 8t iTtpton Aih, 1 in Sept, St, sheep, in large numbers— Xyrtn JUgu (96. Tu. S) mar Feb 14, lasts 14 days, 3 M in Apand Nov, Oct 17. cheese— ifrfAwold (84. M) Ap 33. cat^JVmu Bucfc. miham (97) last Th in May. Nov 23, cat North }yal3ham (i-Jl, Th) bef Holy Th.cat. Holy Th, pl—NoHhwold (85) Nov 30, pi— N'arwick (108, W. S) Holy Th, horses, cat, pi— iJeopAom (U8, W) June 29, if 8 the aft, St, pi, last in Sept, hiring —lltidham (110) May 17. Oct 14. cat. horses, pod— Scoi» (92) East Tu. St. ped- S«o«(oui (108) East Tu. W. cat—S<oic ferrv (88, F) Th bef Oct 11. pi. hiring. Doc 6. St. pigs, pl—Swafham

W

W

M

M

W,

in July, 1 in ^oy-Thet/ord (80, May, 3 (96, 8)2 S) May 14. Aug 3, pi, Aug 16, sheep, lambs, 3 F in July, wool M'aMnaKam (m. F) fortnight aft Whit Sun, cat, pi. general— ICallon (91, W) July 10. Oct 11. Nov 8. cat, 1 in JuIt, 2 in Sept. sheep— ITymonrfAam (F) Feb 14, horses, cat May 17, Sept 39, .tlso pi, Oct 12, hiring— I'arniouUi (132. W, S)

Win

W

W

M

W

M

M

W,

M

W W,

M

W

24. 25, 26, cat, hor.cs, plaft 22, aft 11, Dec in Jan, Feb, East Tu. May 9, 1 in 3, 2 in Not and Dec, cat. loll free, 1 Aug 3, Oct 27, cat, Oct 3, cheese— fftirAam trs (64, S) Tu bef Feb 6, Mar 6, Th bef May li, June 28, Th bef Aug5,0ctll, Dae 6, cut— Xrtterini/ (75, F) Th (jef East, F bef Whit Sun, Th bef Oct 10. Th bef Dec 21, sheep, cat— Norlhampton (56, F) the day bef, on and aft Feb 20, 5, May 4. Jun. 19, Aug 5, 26, Nov 28, Dec. 19. cat, horses. Sept 19, also cheese- Ou"rt!o (84, Th) Feb 25, and 6 preceding dais, horses, Whit M, Oct 12, .St, pi. Aug 21, St— ftteriwrouiiA (77, S) July 10, 11, cat, horses, wool. Oct 3, 3, also generalTkrapatone (74. Tu) 1 Tu in May.Tu aft Oct 11. sheep, cat, pi, Aug rou'c«»(er (59, Tu) Shrove Tu. Mav 13, Oct 29, cat,
aft Feb 25, Ap 19, Da\>entry (72, W) last July, last in Aug, Oct

Grean

W

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. June &c, W June W Oct
(68)

M

M

M

Jau June
,

6. 7,

W,

Ap

W,

5—

Tu bef Oct 10. hiring— ireIKniil,oro'

((10,

W)

East

W,

cut,

W, pi.

Whit

Oct 29, sheep,

cat.

M

M

M

NORTHUMBERLAND.-^iJendaic(r)F aft St, pigs— M aft May 12, F S) SOct 29, cat, horses, pigs. Aug 32, In July. Alnwick (304, bef Palm Sun. May 12, last M 1
Tu
in Oct,

M

S bef Dec

25. cat, 1
2,

S

in

Mar and Nov, hiriug—

S.I/ord (320,
last in

W)

July

lambs. Sept 25, sheep. 1

W in Mar.

M

M

Nov

M

May mar May

Ap, 3 iu Oct, hiring— BcUinyHam (304, S, gt mar ) aft 1), and 3 following weeks) S aft Sept 16. sheep, cat. 8 bef 11, bef Nov 1-3, hiring, V[ bef East— Berurict (337. 6. gt 1 S in Mar. Mav, Aug, Nov) last in i/a«wj*«(l«

F

Mav—

MIDDLESEX.—-Bmii/ord;
Sept 12,
cat.

Nov

17, (7, Tu) in Aug. pi— £alMiji (7) June 21, pi— Bdynoare (7) 1 sheep, pigs. Tu, races-ifii/leld (9, 8) Sept 33, hiring, pi, 30 cil— Harrow (10) 1 in Aug, pl—Houtulmc (10)

M

May

(309, Th) Mav 14, Nov 23, cat, hardware. Sept 17, iheep, cat. 12, Nov 11, hiring -fleiftam (280, Tu) Mar 36, Not 9, cat horses, Aug. 6, also lumbs— Morpeth (289, Mar 25, Oct 25, horses, cat, aft Trinity, cat, 1 In May and Nov, cat,

W

W

W)

Trin M, aft Sept S3—lckmham (16) Ap 30, cat, Th bef Whit Sun, pl-73l«u'or(/i, 1 in July— Pimi»r (13) Whit W, pl-S(ain<s (17. F) May 11, horses, cat, pi. Sept 19, horses, cat. onions— Tmicieiifcam (10) Holy Th. Aug 9. pi— £7xl>ridi;» (15, Holy Th, S, gt mar, cat. 1 Th in each month) Mar 25. July 31, cat, Sept 29. Oct 11. cat. hiring.

M

M

M

hiring— JTeuicoslle (273. Tu, S, gt wool mar every Tu in May, June, July, Aug, Bept, Oct) 2 in Aug. last in Oct, cat, horses, general, last in Nov, cat, 1 Tu in May and Nov, hir-ag—North ShMde (278. S) last F in Ap. 1 in Nov. cat, hiring— JJoWiiury (303. F) Whit M, Nov 1, 8t, Oct 2, sheep, cat, 1 P in Mar, East P, F aft Nov 1 but if Nov 1 falls on Th, then the 3 F aft. hiring- H'ooI«- (319. Th. gt mar 1 and 3 Th each month) May 4 cat, horses, pigs, hiring. Oct, 17, St,

W

W

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.-£in?Aam
,

Tu. S) 3

MONMOUTHSHIRE.—^terffajicjiny (126, Tu Mar, Tu buf Julv
in 24, wool. May
20,

Sept 25,

June

14— Co«riieoii (i50,Th, 2

M in e^ch month) M

Nov

19, cat,

July 30, Sept 21. St. pigs. May 1, also p\—Chapalaw (131. W. S, gt mar last In each month) bef Mar 1, cat, sheep, pigs. Whit F. St, pigs. June 23. pi. wool, Aug 1, cat, 4c., F on or bef Oct 39, cat, sheep, pigs— 3fayor (139, gt mar 3 in each mnnth) Tu bef Ap 18, St, pigs, Tu bef Oct IS- MonTiioutli (127, Tiar 1 in each month) June 18, wool. 8, gt :,ft Feb 15, " bef Ap an. Whit Tu, Sept 4, Nov 2!!— ,Vp«'j'">-< '14' W,

M

M

W

W

Sept to last in May) Tu and bef Feb pi, Nov 8, cat, Isst Th in Oct, hiring— cat— Crinjisji, Dee 13— Whit W, Nov 11, hones, cat, bogi-iTantJUld (137, Th) 1 Th in Ap, cat. July 10. horses, cat. pi. 2 Th iu Oct, cat, horses, cheese, onions, 1 F in Nov, hiring— JVnrart (134, W, gt mar alternate Tu) F aft Midlent, Aug 3. Nov 1, M bef Dec 11, St, May 14, St, hiring, Whit Tu, 6t, pi. Wed bef Oct 3, cheese, St^Nottingham (124, W, S) F aft Jan 13, Mar «. Th bef East, cat, general, Oct 2, geese— OUerftm (138, F) May 1, cat, pi. last F. in Sept. hops, cat—Ret/ord (144, g) Mar 2I,hor,
gt
13. horses.

mar

last Th in Whit Th,

W

(lis

edwimtone

(139) Oct 24, sheen, pigs,

Lenton (136)

FAIRS AND MARKETS IN ENGLAND.
cat, ohceie,
i>.

Julr, limbj, Oct
(137,

Whit
(146,

11, 2 Th in Dec, hones, cat. laft Th 2. hops, cheese. Si— StmUiuell (132, .-;) k—SuUon-in-Aihfield, 2 Tu in Ap. Tu buf 2 Th in Uct—

Th

»ft

June

Sept,

I

in July,
(128,

2

M

in

Nov,

cat,

horses—.SoTiierfon

Tu)

List

M

i

Tux/ord
bef Uhit

M) May

M No»

W)
'I

Shrove

3 in Ap and Uct, catr-Wirkstcortli (139, Tu. S) u St. general, Maj 14, St. pi, East Tu, Sept 8, 3 Tu

W
,

12, St, Sept 28, hops— Warsop (HO) HI 1", burses, cat, ic. , Sept 2a, sheep— Worktop

Palm Tu, 3, 6, —South Brent
Taunton
(145.

9, 13,

(142) 2

W,

May

OXFORDSHIRE.-Sampioji
St. pigs.

(71)

Mar

14, July 6, horses, cat- » incanlon (108,

Sept 30, Nov 8. cat, sheep, Jcc. in July and Oct, cat. sheep, pigs— S. gt mar last S in each month) J'.^ie 17, so garlic— HVIts (128. W. S) Jan 4. cat, sheep, lambs, Oct 25. Nov 30, Whit Tu,

Tu

M

aft. also

W)

26,

shaw. (136)

Whit W, pi— Wxvdiscumbr

East Tu. Sept 29. cat— Win(1T3, Tu, S, gt mar 1
c
,

27, iiorses, cat, sheep, pi, nuteU fair-ifuu huri/ (oU, Th) Th aft Jan IS. 3 in Fell, 3 inAp, Holy Th, 3 in June. 3 in Aug, 3 in Sept, 3 alt Oct 11, 3 in Nov, 2 bef Dec 25. cat, 3 Th in .Mar, cut. hiring, Th aft Oct li, cat, hiring, cheese,
:^ti,

Auj

Tu
Nov

in Feb)

May

M

12,

Sept ;5, sheeii,
;il
->

(150)

17,if

F

or Sat the

(123, T orn, flai.

1 F in each month) East 1', 1 i' in June, Aug 5, b, cat, 1 F in Julj. wool, V l.ef and 1 and 2 F aft Oct II, cat, hirinB, F alt Dec 11, cat Bur/ord (7:1, S) last S in Ap, sheep. July 5, charry. Sept 2>, sheep, oat, cheese— C/iippini; Norton (74, W) aft Jan 1, cat. aft Doc corn, ic, gt mar last in each mouth but Dec, \\—HmU\i-on.-Thamtt (35, Th) Mar 7. Holy Th, Th aft Trin Sun, cat. Th aft Sept 21. hirnig-fl'oufc Norton. (74) June 2a, ni each Nor 28, cat, pigs— Ox/orii (54, 3, gt mar 2 mouth) aft Sopt 1. Th bel Sept 29, pi— SloJ:»ncAiirc;i (3(i) July lu. hones, cows. Whit Tu. pi- rftaiiM (Tu) Oct 11, 12, 13, cat hiring, pi, Kait Tu. Aug 3, cat— IKatiiiiffton (42 S) S bef and art Octll, hiring— WW/iei/ (62, Th, gt mar last Th in each month but Dec, 9 Th in Bat) East Th, oxen, pi, Th aft Sept 8, che-se, and Tu aft Sept 8, pi, hiring- IKoodstoc* {U3. Tu, F) 1 Tu in Feb, Not, and Dec, cat, 1 in Ap, Aug, Oct, cheese,

3

Th

in

Julr,

wool— Stce»t»r

(64,

F, gt

mar

(130) Tu bef -Barton (liO) May

STAFFORDSHIRE. — ^Wo«» Sept Midlcnt Sun, May
22,
3,

Bromley
sheep, pigs

4, cat,

W

W

W

M

W,

M

M

lln

Oct. hiring.

Whil Tu.pl.

C9S. M, S) generally the 2 .M in each munth, except Mar. May, Sept, which aro fixed the end of preceding Te»r, St, May, pi, also Vppinoham (83, Jlar 7, cat, pi, July 7, Ckt

RUTLANDSHIRE. -OaiAam
W)

Mar -ti, 27, 2 in June, bef July 13, Sept a, Nov J3, cat, pigs, sheep, F aft May 13, also hiring and general, July 5, wool, cat, sheep, lambs, pigs-Bi-idysnorWi (140) 3 in Jan, Ftb,
Mar. May 1, 2 in July, 3 in June, wool, St, cheese, 2 Aui. Sept. Oct 2S1, St. hops, butter, cheese, 2 M in Dec— Church StrcUon (153, Th) Tu bef Shrewsbury Mar lair, sheep, May 14, also hiring, July 3. wool. Sept 25, St, colts, pigs. &c., last Th in Nov, cat— Ci«ofrai-y Mortimer (131. W) Ap 21, cat, pigs, ic. Mav 2, hiring, pi, Trin M, cat, pi. Oct 27, pigs. Cit-Clun (lu) Whit Tu. Sept 23. Nov 22, St, May 11, also hiring— ^UeinKre (174. Tu) Tu aft Feb 2. 3 Tu in .\p, Whit Tu, 1 Tu in JuW, last in Aug, 1 in Oct, 3 in Nov, Si, in pigs-LuJiou> (14.', M) bef Feb 13, Tu b«f East, 1 Nov. St, Whit \V, Aug 21, Sept 28, hops, Dec 6, cheese, Mayl, bel hiring-Jfurtet Drai/ton (151. W) bef Palm Sun. June 23, Sept 19, Oct 24, 1 in Feb, Mar, Aug. last in Nov. St,plgs— JVou'por((l41, S, gtmar alternate Tu) .May on the foitnightly market davs iiei bef Pain W, S) July 27, to Sept 25, to Dec ii), St. pigs-OsuJ 1 in each month, cat, horses, day previous sheep, pits— Shrf,i:sbury (ISO, W,S, gt mar every alleriiate Tu, dating from Jan. 11. 1353. St, pigs, 2 in each month, butter and cheese)
in
cat, pigs.

SHROPSHIRE— M F
M

£t-'^o;j'j

Ca»tU (158, F)

M M

M

bef llirmini;ham Sept fair— Bursie/i* (152, M, S) S bef Shrove Tu, bof East and Whit ^un, S on or aft June 2* S bef Ember week, Dec 26— JSui-toii-OK-rrent (125, Th) Feb 2, cat, toll free, Ap 5, Oct 29, cat. cheese. Holy Th, cat. pi, 1 in Oct, hiring. Oct 22, 23, horses— CannocA: (122) May 8, Aug 24, Oct 18, sheep, cows, pigs— CAeadle (156, F) Jan 0, May 6, Mar 25, Holy Th, Julv 4, Aug 21, Oct 18, cat, swine— tmeley (149, F) 2 M in Jan and Feb, Mar 21, 2 M in Ap, last iu May and June, 3 injuly and Aug, 2 in Sept, 3 in Nov,2 in Dec, cows, sheep, aft Oct 10, .-^t, pi— tee/; (gt Mar alternate bef Feb 13, East W, Mi.y 18, from July 2i to Christmas) all Uhrislmas, aft Oct 10, Nov 13, Whit W, July 3, 28, cat, 2 Jl in Mar, 3 in Sept and Nov, cheese— Li(c/yl.W (119, in each mouth) Ash W, May 12, »t, Tu, F, gt mar 1 thcese— ioMi/nor (152, Tu) Tu bef Feb 14, E..st Tu, May 4, Lonitton 17. Whit Tu, Aug 5. 1 Tu in Oct, Nov 12, cat (145, S) Shrove Tu, East Tu, Whit Tu, pigs, pi, Lc.—Ntu'ccutU-undrrLymt (151, M, S) Jan 12. new market Fob 33, Mar 16, Ap 13, May 4, June 1 (July 6, wool), July 27, Aug 17, Sept 14, Oct 5, Nov 2. Dec :—lin,jeley 3 Tu in Ap, cat. sheep, pigs, June 1 to 4, horses, June 6, Oct 21. St. pigs, general, 2Tu iu Dec, Priie Show lor cat, sheep, pigs-S(a/ord (134, S) Tu bef Shrove Tu. May 14. cat. s bef Juue 29, July 10. wool. Sept. 16, 17, 18, Dec 4, horses, cat. Ac. 1 M in Oct cheese, toll free— Alone (141, gt mar alternate Tu) 3 Tu iu Ap and Oct, cheese, Aug 5. cat, sheep- iumuoii/i (103, S) last iu Jan, 1 in Mar, Ap. and Sept, Oct 24, Dec 15, cat. May 4, cat, pi, July 26, also horses, ponies— t/(doxe(flr. May 6, »ept Mar, 1 Th in ncpt, 2 in 1, 1.^, Nov 11, 27, cat, Th aft 2 Tu Nov, cheese— H'oisali (Tu) Feb •-4, WhitTtl, Tu befbtpt29, cut, 1— ir.dneiiiirv (116, F, S) May 6, iug 3, cat, general— Wolvn-hampton (126, W, S) July 10, St, pigs, five lollowmg

M

Nov

aS,

cat— £iIitoi. (M,S) Whit M,

M

M

W

W

W

W

M

M

m

I

M

M

W

W

W

/ord

W

,

K-—^ldborough (94, S) 2 Tu in Lent anl Sept— iJiccles (lOS. S) Whit M, Oct il—Bci-i/holt (61) last ami Th in July- i'iidcstoti (62) Ash W, Holy Th, pl-i/oj(63) East M, Tu, pi, Dec 21— iJrandon (78, Tb) Feb 14, 24— UuiiKoy (109, Th) M.iy 14, Sept l5. cit— June 11, Nov Bur]/ St. £dinunJt (,"2. W. S) Eaat Tu, \V, Th, Oc: 2. Dec 1—

SUFF

L

W

and Aug. wool— Wflliiiotmi weeH bef 11. c lU4, Th) Ma.- til, June 23. Sept £9. Nov i7, 20, laslM in tlje olherT months, St, pigs- ll'imi (164, Th) ITh in Mar, -May 6, 1 Th iujune, June 29, 1 Th in Aug.ltst Th in Sept, cat, sheep, pigs. Holy Th, pi. cat, Nov 21, pigs. 22, cal, sheep, ic— ir»/iiocJ; (148) 2 in Mar, May 13. July 5, Oct 17, Dec 4, Str-H-tiUchurc'i (F) 2 F in Ap, Whit M, F, aft
I

W in .Mar,

W

horses. 2

Tu

in July

M

cat, pi, July 26, pi— ileWn/iui/i, Vliira (51'., W) East Tu. 24, 25, pi. Sept 1, Ht—JiarlSohaiii (83) July 23, laiuis, pcd— iWs/.um (. 0) Aug pi— tl,. (90. Tu) ^^ hit lu, pl-F.u;.ili;,ii/ia»i l>7, S) Whit M.Ottll. pi- 6I»i/t.y.„d (61) June i4. ), !-(,(. Thurluw (06) Uct 11. eat, ped— iiu(il«i!/)l

W,

June

sheep, cat.

M

.

M

Aug

2,

Ott

SS, cat.

if Sept 12. (139) y'-fif., Tu, S. gt mar last s in each month) Feb 3, cat. Mar 25, 26, cat, general, ii S the alt— Buciiieli. Sept 31, St, pigs, 23, pi— i'oifc (107, in eaih month, cat) S. gt mar 1 Feb 14. cat, I Tu aft Dec 9, lat S^-JifH«i/ (153. F) last Tu in Ap. July 31. last in Oct. cat— Briiii;eiiut«- ( 157, Tu, Th. S. in Lent, cat, general, Oct 2, 3, 4, gt mar 1 in Doc) 2 hor.ts. cat, g«neral, June 1)4, cat. horses, cloth, Dec tS, cat— 9. St. pigs-.l./iill

Jan SOMERSETSHIRE. -^sAcoii; (152) aftW the W W. but
Ea«

J.xl>ridiit

M

W,

W

Tu

Th

Th

1. cat. leather, wool, Ic. Th bef Waft soit 10, St, pigs, onions— Uuckland (172) Tu art .-M-pt 2U. horses. W, cat. sheep, onioiis.pl —Diiriiham (U7. W. gt mar at Hi.;h Bridge. 1 M in each month, St, cheese, gencr.-il) Trinitr M. cat. sheep, jiigs— C'/tard in Jan. Feb, Mar, .\p. Dec) 1 M in (140, .M.Th, S,gt mar 1 May. Aug, Nov. St, cheese, ic — C'/wdJar (1321 May 4. Oct 29, Crtwkeme (13J, S gt luar alternate S) Hept 4, if 8 the St, pigs M aft. St. lambs, cheese- fVoi/ui W, d, gt mar last Wi n each in Dec) month except Feb and Nov. Friie Show middle Feb 24. Nov 23, if S tbe M aft. cat cheese— Kiosionimi-!/ (12,", gt mar 3 M in oach month) East W.Oct 11. cat. Sept 19. burses,

Th) Mar 1, Sept Julr25,colu-Brout!u.av(140)
Brittol (lis,

Uet 11, pi. Jl nenrest tei Sept 21. lambs, c.t, dtc- i/uie«tiori/i (110. Tu) Whit Tu, pi, Oct 29. bullocks— y/avi-r.'iiU (.16, l) .May 12. cat, pi, Oct 10. cat. pad- /jisiiicA lambs-iae<-n/ia;n (o2) (69, Tu, S) 1 Tu iu May, St, pi, Aug 2 Shrovo Tu, hors-s. cat. Oct 11, pi— ia:t/ei.i (iyi) ilay IJ, Oct I'S. cat-iou.M(ojr (114, W, May 13, Oet 10. pl-j;.(/urd (59) Whit Tu. W, pi. ped. Th. cat-Aaj/lui.d (55) W alt Oct a, cat, lA—Needham Market (77) Oct 2s, pi— ^Veumurlet, i«rtly in Cambridgeshire (61. Tu) Whit Tu, Nov )-, cut- Or/or J (w) June .A—Sazmuiidham (89, Th) Whit Tu, last h in Sept, pi, August fair, lambs, sheep— 5nap« (J2) Aug 11, noted for liorstg .bou(/ii(oid (104. I'h) Trin M, ped— Slanton (81) May 31, aft May 13,cat-S(o«mur/trt (78, June 1. cat, pl-Slofce (59) Thl July 10. pi, Aug 12, lambs, sheep, cat— A'lrudtruok ( Ih, gt in June, cat. ped, mar from beginning of Feb, calves) 3 Uct 2. hiring— Suttouiy {-^s, Thl Mar 12. July 10, pi— r/maile
(64.
-M.
, I

M) Wlit

W

M

M

(>5)

June
cat.

30,

Nov

25, cat.

Ap,

Oct

13— H'oolpit

ped- iro«d(/ridl;« (77, 1 Tu iu (60) Sept 16, horses, 19, 20, bullocks.

W)

W

wood

18, yl—Charl1 Tu, July 25. pi- CAerti*!/ (21, iu Lent, cat, Aug l>. May 14, cat, sheep, Sept 25, cat, geese, onions Cobhuiu (17) Dec 11. cat, hogs— Croydon (10, Th, S) July 1,
(28) East

SURREY.— ComfterjicH,
5, cat, 6, 7,

Aug

W

)

M

(

W

cherry, Aug 1, sheep, cat, Oct 2, 3, 4, cat, pi bef Holy Th, cat, pi— Dorkinn (31. Th, gt m..r monthly) Epsom ( 1 4) July 26— £ J.«r (16) Sept 4, cat— ireeii (14) May 12. 13, Oct 2 J, 30. cat. pl—Farnham (37, Th, gt mar allernate Th)
wool,

W

oat— /lOTinj<«r

(136,

W,

S, gt

mar

last

W but one

Holy

Til,

Juno

24.

Nov

13, horses,

cat— Godoimtni;
(3, corn, gt

(31,

W)

in Feb, last

Feb

13,

July 10,

cat,

&o.— Guiid/ord

mar each Th

FAIRS
from Passion week until the
last in
(1 2.

AND MARKETS
13, cat, pi, pigs, pi—

IN ENGLAND.

mainrlcr of the year) May 4, (28) Oct 2. hops, p\— Kingston

Maj. alternate Th the reNov 23. cut— S(. Catlieriiu'i Bill
S)

Whit Tu.Wov

in F.b. Tu in Dec,
^I.r.
! ,

<

Aug
cat-

'2,

cat.

chi:rry—L:atherhead (19) Oct 10. horses,

M
n.t,
1

in

Ml

lieujiiteiil.Vu, stniur 1 Tu in each month) Whit Tn. c t sheep. Sept 14. pi. Dec 9, c!\t—WaUontm-Tlw.nU3 (15) East W,
\raiiil3iiorth
(li)

.ViiL7
I

St,

cheese,

Whit M. Tu, W,

pi.

Sept S.5. Dec 17. 1,1— Badfc (52, alternate Tu) Whit M. hor-ts. ped. Sept 6. sheep. Nov 22, cat, horses, ped— Boffjtor (G7) July
6. pi,

SUSSEX —Arundel (56,
pad—Bolney
(38)

alternate

M) May

1

',

May

27,

Dec

11,

W) June 22, W, S) gt mar alternate W) May 4, Whit M, Oct 11, 20-Crau)lej/ (30, W) M May S, Sept 9. cat, cheese, pigs, peel, ic— £<M!!)ourn< Oct
Holy Tl), AuR'i*, pi— Broodicater (55. alternate pigs, pi. Oct -.9, sheep, pigs. cit—Chiclitster (61.
(64)
11,

f\— Brighton (Th,corn)

sheep— ££!»( Dean.

(61)

Oct IH-Ka.^t Qrinatmd

(30,

Th, tt

mar last Th in each mouth) Ap 31. Dec 11. cat— /ToXinas (01, S) Whit Tu. pl-TTayii'ariJ'* Ilaath (37, W, gt mar 1 in each mont>.) Ap 23,shec;i, Nov 18. pi);!. cat, hanlwarc&c—ffurritai/i (2(i, M. .S) .Vpril 5. sheep. SI bcf Whit Sun, cat, ped. July 18, Ac, sheep, lambs, cat. ped. Nov 17. cat 27, horsei— LeitJM (50, May 6. Whit Tu, cat. Sept 21, Oct 2, Tu. Kt mar alteriiato Tu) sheep— Peiinor(/i (4!*, S) May 1, Sept 4, Nov 20, cat Pevensey

in Jan, 1 in Ap. Holy Th, June 20, 1 in ;;.)V— ,i7li>t<)il-on.S(our (83, S) 2TuinJan, .\p. May 10. June 2.'. last Tu in July. Aug, 7 ,, ., lice 15, cat, Tu aft Oct 10. cat, hiring— S(ourbridijf 120. J. ) Mar 29, horses, Jan 11. Sept Slourport (1V2, bcf Bromb) 1 Iu in Ap, July, Oct— '/enbiiry (132, Tu) yard Mar fair, 22, Sept 26, Deo 3, St, pigs, toll Iroe. May 1. hiring— t7/)(on-on-S*iimi (100, Th) Th aft Midlent Sun, Whit S) 3 Th. Julv 10, Th bof Oct 2, St. pigs— B'orc«.»(er (111, in July, in Jail, Feb, Mar, Ap, 2 in May, 1 Tu iu Juno, 3 in Dec. St, pigs. Sept 1 Tu in Aug. 2 in Oct. 1 in Nov, 2 19. also great hop and cheese fair.
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cat in July,

Ap

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3S^ISCELXi.A.3SrEOXTSST. SWITHIN'S DAY.—The value to be placed upon the popular notion that if it rains upon the 15th of July it will do so for the 40 succeeding days may be learnt from the following facts from the Greenwich ob.servations for the last 20 years. It appears that St. Swithin's day was wet in lb41, and there were 23 rainy days up to the 24th of August; 1845, 2(5 rainy days; 1851, 13 rainy days; 1853, 18 rainy days; 1S51, IG rainy days; and in 1S56, 14 rainy days. In 3842 and following years St. Swithin's day was dry, and the result was in 1842, 12 rainy days; IS43, 2i rainy days; 1844, 20 rainy days; 1846, 21 rainy days; 1S47, 17 rainy days; 1848, 31 rainy days; 1S49, 20 rainy days; 1850, 17 rainy daj-s 1S52, 19 rainy days; 1855, IS rainy days; L'-'oT, 14 rainy days 1858, 14 rainy days ; 1859, 13 rainy days ; and in ISO, 29 rainy days. These figiu-es show the superstition to be founded on a fallacj', as the average of 20 years proves rain to have fallen up'in the largest number of days when St. Swithin's day was dry. COUNTY T(_)\\N'S. An instance of the changes that time works will be found in the position occupied in the new census by the county towns. We have returns for 81 of the 40 ancient English county towns, and in nine there has been an actual decrease in the population since the census of 1851 in eleven more the increase has been belov/ the average increase of the population not only of the towns, but even of the kingdom at large ; in four or five the increase is almost nominal. In the remaining fourteen the increase of population has equalled or exceeded the average of the kingdom, but the e.xcess over the general average is little or nothing except in eight towns Newcastle, Nottingham, Hereford, Northampton, Lincoln, Guildford, Bedford, and Ipswich. Ten, if not eleven, of the provincial towns of England have so increased and multiplied t'nat tliey have now above 100,000 inhabitants, but only one county town, Newcastle, is in the li.5t. HOUSE ACCOMMODATION.—It appears from the recent census returns prepared by the Registrar-General that the house accommodation of England and Wales has increased more rapidly than the population since the commencement of the century. Thus, in 1801, the average ntunber of persons living in each house was 5S1 in in 1811, 5-82 in 1821, 5-83 ; in 1831, 5-66 ; in i841, o-44 The gratifying improvement exhibited by these figures has arisen 1851, 551 ; and in 1861, 5-40. principally, it will be observed, since the acceleration of the emigration movement. The number of uniniiabited houses at the date of the last census was larger than at any previous period of the century, probably in consequence of the increased tendency to subm-ban life and the desertion of properties in the heart of old towns. Taking the unoccupied houses into account, the number of persons was 5 61 per house in 1801, and 5-lo in iSOl. There were also more houses in course of erection in April than at any previous census, so that the mass of tlie people except in parts of the metropolis and the great towns in the north of England were never better housed than at present.
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R. M. KING, of

Dear Sirs, — I will thank you to send me, without delay, the usual quantity of Parr's Pills. Mr. W. PRENTICE, of this place, still continues to take Parr's Pills, and always obtains them Yours respectfully, from my shop. Your attention will much oblige. F. R. M. Kiso. Mr. W. PRENTICE resides at Gorleston, and is now nearly 90 years of age, enjojing excellent healti

From. Mr.

W. PEARSON,
;

Glasgow.

Gkktlbmen, With gratituda and pleasure I announce the cure >\Tought on myself by the use of Parr's Life Pills. My whole .system was deranged I was so costive and bound up that existence to me was unpleasant. Sometimes the heat of my body was such that I perspired with the least •xertion, and so much that my clothes would be quite saturated, which soon brought me down, and I applied to three difJerent doctors in Glasgow, but got no relief. I became very thin and weat. I next applied to the Infirmary of Glasgow, but all to no pm-pcse. I then tried your pills, but never man had less faith in advertised medicines. I took three pills at night and two in the morning never was medicine miore mi!d and soothhig in its operation but these were the only effects for some time, yet they were to me a great blessing. I kept constantly taking the pills for six months, and found them gradually overcoming my ailments, until I was at length restored to perfect health. You are at liberty to publish this, for I think a greater blessing was never given to mankind than what expei-ience "tells me has been confcired by the use of your medicine. Yours, respectfully, William Pearson.
:

Washington-street, Awierston, Glasgow.

IMPORTANT TESTIMONY OF AN OLD MAN IN HIS

77th

YEAR.

Received by Messrs. MOTTERsnEAD and Co., Manchester, and forwarded to the Proprietoi-s of Parr's Life Pills. I, THOMAS BARLOW, gratefully testify to the gieat benefit I have derived by taking Parr's Life Pills. I had been out of health for many years, sometimes luiable to work, and on the sick club. I had a bad complaint at the stomach, with a violent cough, and at various times was under different medical men, including the noted Dr. Newbold of the Charlton Dispensaiy ; but my case seemed hopeless, as they none of them could cure, or give me much relief, and I had no hopes" left of being better on this side the grave but, however, quite unexpected, the deliverer came at last (Old Parr's Recipe). I got a box of his pills, and found immediate benefit from the first box, and continued them for several months with increased good until this time, and now I feel myself wonderfully well, and am strong in body. I am sati'^'.^d that my recovery is to be ascribed entirely to the restorative qualities of PARR'S LIFE PILL.'* Thomas BiELow, Hale, Cheshire.
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From Mr. GAMIS,
Gbxtlemen,—The following
to

Yeovil.

testimonials to the efficacj- of Park's Life Pills were couimunicatcd the persons who had received the benefit. A liiprhly respectable female^ who has for many years been a customer at my shop, told me that one box of Parr's Pills had done her health and 'constitution more good than" all the medicine she had previously taken. Her health had been much shattered from worms ; but the immortal Parr's medicine had completely destroyed them, and she is now enjoying excellent health. Another instance of tlieir good effect was in the case of a young man who had been unable to work for seven months, 5,nd who by taking two boxes was enabled to go to his usual emploj-ment. short time since, a gentleman of London, who had been staying in a neighbouring village, and who was about returning home, called for a L's. 'Jd. box of Pills, and told me it was tiie only medicine that did him any good after all the medical advice he could get (and he had had the best) "he f firther said that a person who had experienced the value of tbem had recommended them to him, and that it would in future be his family medicine. In fact, in some villages in this neighbourhood they repudiate all other medicine. I am, j'ours truly. Medicine Warehouse, opposite Stuckey's Bank. J. Gamis.

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The above facts speak for themselves, and clearly prove that Parr's Life Pills are a safe and valuable medicine, restoring from sickness to health, and preserving it to the latest period of life.

IMPORTANT CAUTION.
The following advertisement appeared
in the Nottinnham

Rcvuw

of

January

29, 1S41

:—

PUBLIC ACENOWLED&MENT.

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THE undersig-ned JOHN CUBLEY, late of Derby, but now of the town of Nottingham, heretofore a Schoolmaster, but now out of employment, do hereby licknow lodge that I have lately ) got compounded some pills, which I have sold to different persons as " OLD PAKE'S LIFE PILLS," by representing that 1 had purchased the recipe for that celebrated medicine ; such representation was, however, entirely false, and the proprietors of the genuine Old Parrs Life Pills have commenced legal proceedings against me for the above fraud. But I, having expressed sorrow and contrition, and given up to them the names and addresses of each person to whom I have sold any of such pills, as well as of the druggists v.ho compounded the same, and agreed to make this public apology, and pay all expenses, including this advertisement, the proprietoj's have kindly consented to forego such K'gal proceedings. I do, therefore, declare my shame and sorrov.- for having committed such an imposition on tiie public, and such a fraud on the proprietors of Old i arr's Life 1 ills, and, further, express mv acknowledgments for their knitv. JOHK CUBLEY. Dated this 2Sth day of January, 1>.41. Witness— H. B. CAMPBELL,

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Solicitor,
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Nottmgham.

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Besides the foregomg, it has come to tie knowledge of the Proprietors of this Medicine that its great popularity and immense .sale have excited the cupidity of various dishonest parties, who are attempting to impose their dangerous preparations upon unsuspecting purchasei s under the lure of being "The Original," •• The Original Genuine," "The True," &c. &c., and various other vile subterfuges; therefore
iSnctD al!
the

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letters

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sole proprietors

marni imitations ff ovr

OOVERRMIEUT SXAMP,
V.'hlTE
medichie.

on a

RED

aDB prrparers of part's Eife yills, in ronnqvcAce of luuliciiic, do again particularbi call attmiii^n to the EUGLISH on vhick it engravea tJ,e uorOi, "PARR'S LIFE PILLH," in ground, und 'tchich it affixed to the sidit of toxli box of tlie right
it

S£lC. furiijcrmorc, in order to give tli4 public a stiR greater protection, do consider affix our signature to the wro.vptr tchich is folded round each box.

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ASK FOR PARR-S LIFE

PILLS.
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In boxes, price Is. IJd., 2s. Od., and in family packets, lis. each. -^ cine Vendors in Town and Country.

Chemists and Medi-

For Exportation.
box.
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—Directions in Spanish, Poi-tuguese, French, and
start witliout a

English, are folded round each
in all cases.

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who suffek fkom

GOUaHS, COLDS, EQTxE THROAT, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, CROUP, Vv HOOPING GOUGE, and INCIPIEITT CONSUMPTION,

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1862.

on tins occa'-ioii, been more than nsualljk0ndov\ed with the prophetic spirit. an hierogrlyphic, fully shadows forth many events which must come to which will, to thousands, cause the profoundest emotions. The uninitiated will soon diicern the old and bloody War Voiltures, tearing, as of old^ at each other, and struggling for a supre*inacy.» Let them tear, and let them worrj-, and let them bleed and suffer, as they, the tme demons of earth, deserve. Serenely contemplative will be traced the grand outlines of the British Lion, typical of security and peace to our dear old England. Clearly indicated in another part of this remarkable tableau is the fall of the rotten old tri]>le crown. A few more years and it will be a thing of the past. The foreground of the picture too clearly indicates the bloody struggles which those who speaU our own language in the Western World are undergoing, and will liare to undergo. Yes, they shall suffer all the horrors of a cruel war but as with man, so with nations, they cannot arrive attrue greatness but through the furnace of adversity. This blood-letting which they are bestotWfl^n each other will, it is hoped, cure them of their unbearable swagger and blustsr.. Whilst thesd^ dread d»ings. are perpetrated in America, the crown of Ep^land,
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