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most unfortunately rejected the House of Lords. After noticing the grand jury laws, the projects for reclaiming waste lands, and

most unfortunately rejected the House of Lords. After noticing the grand jury laws, the projects for reclaiming waste lands, and

the applications for Government assistance for the Irish railroads, he came at last to the position of the Established Church in Ireland, which, he said, was far from satisfactory ; but after discussing the various schemes for remedying the manifest evil of an appropriation of t
August 2, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
notice:.

notice:.

TII Public is respectfully informed that, on and after SATURDAY first the 22d inst., the Coach will commence running, for the season, betwixt BALLATER and BKAE- M AR. connection with the Aberdeen Mail, leaving the Invercaui.d Arms Inn, Braemar, every Morning', at J to Nine o’clo
July 26, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To Gardeners.

To Gardeners.

Gardeners. 'T'HE a r, MF.TTTTtr, of the GORDON LODGE of FREE GARDENERS falls this year, Friday the Jsth of August. JOHN COOPER, Clerk. Ford of Clatt, July 25, 1848. NOTICE. A STATUTORY GENERAL MEETING of the PAROCHIAL BOARD of the Parish of FRASERBURGH will be held within the Ins
July 26, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Contractors are Wanted,

Contractors are Wanted,

CUTTING about 500 Yards of open DITCH, the Lands of North and South Kinmundy, New Maohar, Attendance will civen on Tuesday the Ist August, to settle, if suitable offers are made. Specifications will seen by applying to Mr Stephen, or Wm. Simpson, Disblair, I-intray. y'Sbih July,
July 26, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

A meeting of the Privy Council was held ut Dublin Castle on Monday, at which the Lord Chancellor, Sir E. Blakeney, the Recorder of Dublin, and the Attorney-General, were present. The Lord-Lieu tenant presided. The Council agreed to put operaftion the provisions'of the Act for th
July 26, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
GROWING CROP.

GROWING CROP.

For sale, by public roup, at Bkrryhtll, Oldmachar, the property of Wm. Grant, whole of the way-going CROP on the above Farm, will be sold on Tuesday, Bth August-30 Acres of OATS, 7 do. BEAR. 4 do. TARES. 2 do. PEASE. , 2 do. POTATOES. To be put up in Lots to suit Purchasers. The
July 26, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCOTS BANKRUPTS. (From the Edinburgh Gazette of Tuesday.') SEQUESTRATIONS. Thomas Penman, grain-merchant, Glasgow. Alexander Leighton, baker. Dundee, now deceased. meetings,

SCOTS BANKRUPTS. (From the Edinburgh Gazette of Tuesday.') SEQUESTRATIONS. Thomas Penman, grain-merchant, Glasgow. Alexander Leighton, baker. Dundee, now deceased. meetings,

&e. Creditors of James Alison, iironraaster, Glasgow, meet in the chambers of William Moncreiff, accountant, Edinburgh, Vth August, at 12 o’clock. • Creditorsof Joseph Ranson, china merchant, Perth, meet in the Star Hotel, there, sth August, at one o’clock. States of the affairs
July 26, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1848.

THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1848.

hopes inspired by the encouraging prospects of the harvest, those of trade are beginning to revive. Commercial returns, recently published, clearly demonstrate that the present depression of trade has been chiefly caused the disturbances in the political state of the Continent.
July 26, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

May 24, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Sale of Household Furniture. Upon Monday the 29th May, there will be sold, by auction, in the Honse, No. 59,

Sale of Household Furniture. Upon Monday the 29th May, there will be sold, by auction, in the Honse, No. 59,

Bon-Accord Street, lately occupied by the deceased Mrs Irvine, THE whole EFFECTS therein consisting of Dining-room and Drawing-room Chairs; Set of Dining Tables; Sofa; Chimney Mirror; Eight-day Clock; Chests of Drawers; Dwarf Wardrobes ; Tent Bedsteads and Curtains ; Mattresses
May 24, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland