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ESTIMATES WANTED,

ESTIMATES WANTED,

IT'OR the MASON, CARPENTER, and SLATER Work A ofa DWELLING and OFFICES to be Built at Hu.i, of Ci.yne; also. REPAIRING and ROOFING OFFICES at Knaps, both in the Parish of New Machar. Plans and Specifications to be seen in the hands of James Lockhart, Overseer Straloch, after the
July 19, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOR SALE,

FOR SALE,

AG R E Y R E about Fifteen _____ Hands high—quiet in all kinds of Harness and all Farm Work—Eight «Sl Years old—parted with the Owner havw * U- -Vi ing no further work for her. " To be seen on Friday, 21st, at Har- HISON& Smith’s Bazaar, George Street. , Aberdeen, 18th July, 184
July 19, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
UNION CLUB

UNION CLUB

Ist INNINGS Miller, b. Nisbet Iluguid, b. Nisbet, c. Manson Cay, b. Nisbet Forbes, b. Nisbet Noniable, run out Wilson, b. Watt Carnie, b. Watt Mackay, b. N'sbet, c. Sawyers, Grainger, b. Watt Mitchell, b. Watt Findlay, not out 0 Bye Balls 8, Wide 1, no Ball Bye Balls 3 2nd INNIN
July 19, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1848. IRELAND,

THE ABERDEEN JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1848. IRELAND,

The memorial lately addressed to Government on the subject of the Repeal Clubs in Ireland, seems to have quickened the movements of the Executive for the suppression of those mischievous confederacies. The adoption of the most prompt and vigorous measures, was strongly urged by
July 19, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN

SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN

The accounts of the conclusion of a three months’ truce between Denmark and Germany have been so far confirmed. Lord Palmerston has intimated to the Chairman of Lloyd Committee, the terms of the arrangement, and their adoption by the Prussian Gorernment. It does not yet appear,
July 19, 1848 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE

Du.ndkk .no Perth Railway,—Tlie works on this hue are progressing towards a finish, except the bridges the Tay, and tne viaduct on this side leading to the general terminus. Several more third-class carriages have passed through from Stirling to the large wooden erection at Barn
February 17, 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
U''il)EK dJ*>XINGUI.SHEI) patronage

U''il)EK dJ*>XINGUI.SHEI) patronage

U '' J*>XINGUI.SHEI) patronage \lp e ?cl), are Purchasers of ..uantitj take. El'' , ur ß Topped Yellr TL K Purity- actiy o’clock; ank Credit wiil be given V i •„ t, - CUUICKSUANK, Auctioneer loth Feb., 1847. TWO b^° . fir Sale. l? e teo'ruW-bmlt HOUSES, erected only few v ■ are '
February 17, 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ON THE CULTIArATION AND PRODUCE OF

ON THE CULTIArATION AND PRODUCE OF

ON THE CULTIA ATION AND PRODUCE OF KIIOL RABI. At a late meeting of the Newcastle Farmer’s Club, one 0 f the members. Air Anderson, read a paper on Khol Kabi, or Turnip Cabbage. „ . v,- t, . It was a native, he said, of Germany—in which countiy, and the Low Countries and the nort
February 17, 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
keeps them quiet, and we do not expect there will be any particular change for some time. In addition, it

keeps them quiet, and we do not expect there will be any particular change for some time. In addition, it

may be observed that the check in the fall of provisions, and the return of severe weather, will, in some measure, supply a reason for that diminution of confidence, which, tightening the purses of the monied men, represses speculative operations.
February 17, 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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February 17, 1847 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland