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partially clear
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very cloudy

cloudy & windy

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very lear

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the west

partially clear

very cloudy

cloody

cloudy

fog in the hori-
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the zenith.

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AGRICULTURE.

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mifingly, and from the good order of the
land, a large crop may be looked for.
The sh E EP-sh EA RING is now, in
general, over, and the wooi never turn-
cd out better; a considerable advance is
expected.
The weather has proved equally fa-
vourable to the growth of Hops, and
the plantations are, in consequence, im-
proving very fast. -
The w HEATs in Mark-lane, on Mon-
day, fell 2s. per quarter; the sale was
very dull.
CATTLE and she EP still continue
very high, and BEEF and Mutton, con-
sequently keep up their late enormous.
prices. It is conceived, there are plenty
of these articles in the country; but
there is, at present, so plentiful a pas--
ture, and the Graziers, in general, are
become so 9pulent, by the circumstances
of the times, that there is little chance
of a reduction of prices taking place.

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to ND OF VOLUME THE F1 R5.T.

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