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TURRIFF,

TURRIFF,

ANNUAL GENERAL ITEETING of GEORGE JL LODGE and GARDENERS’ FRIENDLY' SOCIETY will take place in Mrs Pjait’s Hall, Turriff, on Friday the 2nd day of August next, at Eleven o’clock, a.m. niNMKB. at 3 o’clock, *• «., in the Bi ack Bull I.nv, Turriff. JAMES WALKER. Clerk. , Turriff,
July 24, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MR. GEORGE STEVENSON, ENGINEER

MR. GEORGE STEVENSON, ENGINEER

At the public dinner given on the occasion of the opening of the Newcastle and Darlington Railway, completing the communication from the Thames to the Tyne, the health of Mr George Stevenson, the constructor of the first locomotive engine, was proposed and drunk amid great cheer
July 24, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Stance Birth of a French Prihcr. —The Duchess of Nemours was safelj delivered of a son on Friday week, to

Stance Birth of a French Prihcr. —The Duchess of Nemours was safelj delivered of a son on Friday week, to

whom the King has given the name of Duke d'Alen^on. The Semaphore de Marseilles of the 13th instant, announces the demise of the celebrated M. Forbin Janson, Bishop of Nancy and Toul. The papers contain no news from Algeria, but private correspondence from Oran comes down to the
July 24, 1844 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ENOLISH WORDS DERIVED fram the LATIN and GREEK.

ENOLISH WORDS DERIVED fram the LATIN and GREEK.

In IHmo. 2s. fid. cloth, new edition of THE STUDENT’S MANUAL; being an Etymelogical and Explanatory Vocabulary of Words tired from the Greek. By R. M. BLACK, LL.O. By the Author, new edition, uniform, 6>. fid. doth. A Sbudel to the Asote being a Dictionary of Words derived from
July 24, 1844 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COFFEES.

COFFEES.

The consumption of Coffees in the United Kingdom has rapidly increased within the last few yearsa strong indication of the temperate habits now happily preyailln* in the great masses of the community. Coffee was formerly luxury, and used only by the wealthy; is now attainable al
July 27, 1844 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 

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AG RI CULT U R E

AG RI CULT U R E

AG CULT I KKDtNO AND FATTINO OF BHEEV. Tliw various points in tbe form ot sheep, connected with the aptitude to fatten, have received the utmost attention from practical and sagacious breeders, although some of these points are still matters of dispute. The superiority of particu
July 26, 1844 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DISTRESS OF THE FARM-LABOURERS— WHAT IS THE REMEDY I

DISTRESS OF THE FARM-LABOURERS— WHAT IS THE REMEDY I

DISTRESS OF THE FARM-LABOURERS— WHAT IS THE REMEDY The depressed condition of the agricultural labourers in most of the counties of England is now admitted fact. In the western counties 7s. and Ba. » week seem the average wa -es of the farming man, while in the eastern counties B
July 26, 1844 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
PIANO-FORTE MUSIC

PIANO-FORTE MUSIC

MISS having completed her >tusual Etlucatien with Lady of cousiiloraUle ivlehnly as Pianist. U-r« intimate to the IVWtc tlwt she pitrpeM-s, after the Midsummer Vacation, give the PIANO-FORTE. Terms may be known application. SCHOOLS ATTESnEi rriestgat**, DaHinßton, Joly, IRH. NOR
July 26, 1844 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
THE COLLIERS’ STRIKE.

THE COLLIERS’ STRIKE.

The Colliera’ Strike continues to the foremost matter of public interest in the North of England. need no further apology tor paying exclusive attention to it. We have often seen good cause botched the unskiltulness its advocate; and we fuel no* surprise that a case like the Pit
July 26, 1844 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
BISHOPWEARMOUTH HIGHWAY BOARD.

BISHOPWEARMOUTH HIGHWAY BOARD.

A meeting of this body was held Monday last, July 22nd, at which the following members were present:— Messrs. Hopper, Sharp, Hill, Swan, and Ripjion; and Messrs. Hartley, Richardson, Scott, Moore, Dobson, Laiug, and ShcviU. On tin? motion of Mr John Scott, seconded Mr W. L. Dobs
July 26, 1844 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England