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Advertisements & Notices

THE NEW TEA WAREHOUSE, No. 3, ST. NIChOCLAS STREET. E W. J. COUBROUGH, Witole-tsale an Re- tail Tea Dealers, beg niost recpeettitlly to returnl ouri 1' fltiesit thian~s to the Public ofAbordeen, nod (to1 the V:LitrISo lant11ilics in tu oeotit onrfrteveer ilietti Iwucrt i- -trng w
September 20, 1837 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

En IWNzBv nG 1-. Tic ?? AmlIcASSADOIcIc.-llis Eoel2) lccIY Rtf-chill Bey, Amiblassacclot from tile s5lilciilc Porte. arrived ocl iedlnesolay nighit :t DltilglinLSstlotel. Zlcciclipalliccl Iby iaer ia jest'il (yii iecllh Ilterpreterr, IIi A. V. Slalome, anald ilers of his Escollcc
September 6, 1837 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

?? ?? Entf-1140AM mmom- 1rraflCe.II We have received the Paris journals of Monday. The ao Duke de Nemorrs set out on that day to join the expe. ti dition against Constantine. The following extract from n a private letter, given by the Times, retbrs to a topic which was the subjec
September 13, 1837 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PUBLIC MEETING.

PUBLIC MEETING.

PUDLIU liFE'rNG. NORHCT RNTflANOIU 10 TO ITF 5ASTr AND %VKHT I UITCHIIE, AN5D Till: TOWN'S ciltoncilt'vo . Osl Saturday afternoon, a eanuerous and rerpectabte meeting was held in the [fall of the loyal Hotel, for the piurpose of a- diopting meonsres to prevenit the Town Council's
September 13, 1837 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

LI The ?? I risisholls iv! ill sit as representativespiritual a c Peers in the enlsuing P'arlianimtt--.oaoely, tle Archbishop of t 0 Cashel, thc Bisholps of Mleath, liiklare, and Derry t ? Tl inF I) orN r t s Els s. --We (Liiseich Stsahtorld) have this Y moeent beets cosifideoit
September 13, 1837 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Manufactures, Commerce, &c.

Manufactures, Commerce, &c.

PA SL KYe, Septemtber I.-TratlecoutiIIu es to itnprove steattity, bet so slowly fthat we are sortes' to sssy thlat thertta oter or peop le token from thle supply fuel lees slot arnoun t to P0t) persons. -'rite diminti otn from the Soap, Kitclen list, we Ire haoppy to say, howese
September 13, 1837 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

WARZET INTELLFZGE-Z. LONDON CORN EXCHIANGE, NMOsDAY 'Ihe condition of the new wheat being generally soft, au millers to take old wheat freely at Is. per qr. advanceon0, l~s of this day week, and new wheat supports the rates or th svminight. Flour continues scarce, and is is fair
September 23, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. Aug. 15, the wife of Mr. Ed. Bryant, College-street, ofa son. August S0, at Clifton, the lady of Col. R. Wihish, of a son. September 6, the lady of Wade Browne, Esq. of Monckton Far- leigh-house, near Bath, of a son. MARRIED. Lately, Mr. G. Harvey, auctioneer, of Wedmore,
September 9, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE MARRIAGE-ACT.

THE MARRIAGE-ACT.

To "J. P. A.," and "J. H. SMiTH." What is truth"'' GENTLESSEN,-Having read the correspondence between the Rev. Mr. Rogers and yourselves on the subject ofthe new mar- riage-act, and as the rev. gent. tell us, in his last letter, that he in- tends taking no further notice of the
September 9, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
News by the London Posts.

News by the London Posts.

pej)JO II)! QC sollboll Abito. jr-L - -- . - - ? I I - - - -- ?? 4JN 1)0NiN. ztlesday, &Sptember 2N. cCOU l TS front Madrid to the 20th had been receive( X inParis. T'hc lbject of Doi (Carlos evidently is to a d:ili tiit OmlCaiitalil, Itt : sidetring the silperiol ji ,laScto' thC
September 30, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England