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Lastly, that description of DOMESTIC AND POLITICAL NEWS is introduced which is usually found in a Weekly Newspaper. It is unnecessary to dwelt on this head further than to say, that the Proprietors do not range themselves under the twnners of any Party; their earnest endeavours are to make The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette a full and comprehensive Record of Facts only—a Newspaper in the true sense of the word—leaving the Reader to form his own opinions: their object being the elucidation of the laws of Nature, not of Man, The reader is thus furnished, LN ADDITION TO THE PECULIAR FEATURES OF THE JOURNAL, with such information concerning the events of the day as supersedes the necessity of his providing himself with any other Weekly Paper.
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