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Scotland.

Scotland.

Traoedv. —On Friday, a dreadful and desperate murder was committed in Burntisland, which caused deep aud general excitement and regret am mgst the inhabitants. man named Sliman. a shoemaker, believe, who had been frequently under restraint while living previously in Berwick had
January 31, 1844 - Dumfries and Galloway Standard - Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH TOWN COUNCIL.

EDINBURGH TOWN COUNCIL.

At a meeting of the Town Council on the 16th inst., Dean of Guild Dick gave notice of the following resolutions for next meeting:— Resolved, Ist, That the only principles which warrant the support of national Establishment of religion are, that the majority of the people are of
January 31, 1844 - Dumfries and Galloway Standard - Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
The Best Guide Book When I went," says Collins, the artist. " to bid Sir David Wilkie farewell, a day

The Best Guide Book When I went," says Collins, the artist. " to bid Sir David Wilkie farewell, a day

"or two before left home for his last journey, I found him in high spirits, enlarging with all his high enthusiasm on the immense advantage he might derive from painting upon holy land, on the very ground which the event heVas to embody had actually occurred. To make a study at
January 31, 1844 - Dumfries and Galloway Standard - Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
Literature.

Literature.

Ihe Christian's Walk with God." the Hon. Mrs M . Edinburgh.: John Johnstone. 1844. This is a delightful little treatise, written in a neat and flowing style, and evincing little knowledge of the heart, and. intimate acquaintance with the progress the spiritual fife in the Christ
January 31, 1844 - Dumfries and Galloway Standard - Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
Robert W*lker, Stratford-upon-Avon, a-wicks are, has remitted the sum £8, 2s. per the Rev. John* alker, his brother, to the

Robert W*lker, Stratford-upon-Avon, a-wicks are, has remitted the sum £8, 2s. per the Rev. John* alker, his brother, to the

Treasurer of the Free Church,--ewton- Stcwart, to applied the building fund.
January 31, 1844 - Dumfries and Galloway Standard - Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
DUMFRIES POLICE BOARD.

DUMFRIES POLICE BOARD.

Friday, 26th January. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Commissioners took place, in the Council Chamber, to-day.—Provost Crichton in the chair. Present Provost Crichton; Bailies M'George and Dean Irving ; Treasurer Oney ; Councillors Hammond, Laing, Dickie, Scott, Dinwiddle,
January 31, 1844 - Dumfries and Galloway Standard - Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT—Monday, Jan. 29.

JUSTICE OF PEACE COURT—Monday, Jan. 29.

Pile v. Parish of Torthorwald. This was an action recourse, brought by the pursuer against the parish Torthorwald, to recover six months' board for a pauper belonging to that parish. Alexander Simpson, writer, appeared for the parish ; and stated a variety preliminary objections
January 31, 1844 - Dumfries and Galloway Standard - Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
 
RO\AL OKtCtAR SALOON.

RO\AL OKtCtAR SALOON.

THIS EVENING Wednesday:, January 31, will he presented the favourite Opera, called HUME SWEET HOME ; or, The Kanz d«s Vaches. Col Roche. Mr. Iruzer. Capt. Roche, Mr. Campbell ; Edward, Mr. J Jones. Bronze. Mr. Delavanli ; NaU, Mr. Kerrtdge; alcour, Mr. Dixon; Madame Germane, Mis
January 31, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ALBERT SALOON.

ROYAL ALBERT SALOON.

Tins EVENING (Wednesday , Jan. 31st, for Ibe Benefit of Mr. Hart a SELECT CONCERT, graceful, elegant, and Comic Dancing. After which the Melodrama LODOISKA, or the Tartar War with Poland. The Brothers Athleta will appear the Aerials. Alter which the Farce of THE REVIEW, the Wags
January 31, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE EGYPTIAN HALL, PICCADILLY.

THE EGYPTIAN HALL, PICCADILLY.

The UJIBBEWAY INDIANS (Hour and Price changed .—The XIVE OJIBBEWAY INDIANS will continue their Exhibitions faring tbi* Week CATLIN’B NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN COLLECTION, Egyptian hall, as follows Booms open from -1. •nd from 7to lb* Indians in the room giving their Dances, fongs, &
January 31, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England