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FOREIGN QUACKERY AND BRITISH CREDULITY.

FOREIGN QUACKERY AND BRITISH CREDULITY.

FOREIGN QUACKERY ANP BRITISH CREDULITY. (Fron tie Civil Engineer and Arcrjitevt's Journal.) It appears that in so far as decorative art is concerned, the people of England are destined in all ages to be the dupes of foreign quacks and quackery. Fifty years ago an Italian, who ass
June 6, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

B I RT HS. At Hope Street, Leith Walk, on the 3d current, Mrs FanON, t of a daughter, still-born. At Calcutta, on the 17th of April, the Lady of Captain R. WYLLIE, officiating Assistant-Secretary to the Government of India, Military Department, of a daughter. At Kimmerghamo, on t
June 10, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
London.

London.

ofte Idonlyono TUESDAY, JUNNE 25, 1844. PRICES OF STOCKS YESTERDAY. Bank Stock ?? 1081 India Bonds ?? 96 pm. Three per Cent. ?? 99g Ann. Jan. (1860) ?? 12i Three per Cent, Cons... - Ditto, New (ditto).. Ditto for Account ?? - Ditto (Oct. 1859)... Three and & per Cents.. - Ditto (
June 27, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH GAZETTE.

EDINBURGH GAZETTE.

SEQUESTRATTONS. June 21. JAMES ANDERSON, sometime glass and china mer chant in Glasgow, now manufacturer of earthenware at Porto- ?? meet in the Old Signet Hall, Royal Exchange, Edinburgh, 2d and 24th July, two o'clock. June 21. AnDRxw NISBET, wright and cabinetmaker in Edin- ??
June 27, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE MANUFACTURING DISTRICT—June 8.

THE MANUFACTURING DISTRICT—June 8.

TAh MANTFACT1itig DiSTRICTS-S-Thle 9 De-ODEE TRADB, June I 1.-During the past week our Bist markets have been very firm. Flax of all sorts on the spot is aff in demand, and looking up in price. Tows and codilla Pre also sought after. In hemp and hemp codilla there is little or o
June 13, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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DEA.F AND DUMB. - lEETL- of the SBUSCRIBERS and T Xther VS The DEAF and DUMB LNSTITt- T ,-i 1MUSIIC H.tL, GEORGE STREET, 19 MO)NDA'.Y 17th of JTtNE. when the Pupils will TIUS I th' proceedings for the past year reported. v 'aat 1d andth pocedng b 1 be taiken at Two o'Clock, by th
June 17, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON GAZETTE.

LONDON GAZETTE.

CEO1WN OFrICE, JLxE 12. r estV has been pleased to appoint Edward Goul- brScrgeant-atLaNv, to bc one of the Commissinesfth Court of iaukreptc, in London, in the place Of Joh Herma .MLerivale, Esq. deccased. M' iTilLtLL, Jt NE 12. l The Queen bas been peleased to present the Reve
June 17, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

<jtpptn~~nattepnigene he Ballina, June 17.-The Stormont, of Perth, hence to London, th in proceeding to sea yesterday, struck on a spit of sand inside the r, Moy Bar, beat heavily, and is now breaking up. a- 'Fraserburgh) June 13.-The smack Cock of the North, from on Spey to Aber
June 24, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

nIOrS1, OF LORDS-MMav 30. the, Si The Duke of RICIIMO"T presented a petition fromtz at te managers of certain savings' banks at Inverness, pra'ing thtb the present regplations respecting savings' banks rniht ELot b permitted to ettend to Scotland. arned v Lord. CAMPBELL, in the
June 3, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
POLICE COMMISSION.

POLICE COMMISSION.

On Monday arn adjourned meeting of this Board tookplacc, Baelie Gray, and afterwards Sheriff Speirs, in the cheir. The petition of James Stewart, Castle Street, against two officers of police, having been read, Dr Renton said, that as he believed legal steps were about to be ado
June 20, 1844 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland