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form of application for shares

form of application for shares

To the Provisional Directors of the Tring, Cambridge, and Newmarket Raihcay Company. Gentlemen, I request you will allot me Shares in the above Company, on the terms and conditions of the Prospectus, and I undertake to accept the same, or any lesser number that may be allotted t
October 22, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
only four of Session, and his first duty was to set about electing a full staff of elders. This he

only four of Session, and his first duty was to set about electing a full staff of elders. This he

did in the usual manner, and in terms of the law and practice of the Church. edict was served, intimating that any one having objections to any of those named, could lodge them at given time, and the other regulations were all complied with. On the day appointed for receiving ob
October 22, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRITISH.

BRITISH.

Bank Stock 3 per cent Reduced.. 3 „ Consols... Ditto for Account. New per cent New 5 per cent Long Annuities 10J India Stock 2G6 j» Bonds 00 to 00 pm Ex. Bills, 1000/—lid. to 47 pm 208 96i 971 97? 99* 93} TIDE TABLE, &c. FOR THE ENSUING WEEK- OCTOBER. i H. M. ,22 f. 49 .23 ti 51
October 22, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
/TO THE Electors of the Second Municipal Ward. GENTLEMEN,— The Committee, appointed at your late Meeting, wrote to Baillie Cromdie

/TO THE Electors of the Second Municipal Ward. GENTLEMEN,— The Committee, appointed at your late Meeting, wrote to Baillie Cromdie

directed ; and annexed are Copies of our Letter and his Answer. Having discharged our duty, the matter is now left with you. I remain. Gentlemen. Your very obedient Servant, ALEX. HENDERSON, Aberdeen, 29th October, 1845. Convener. 30, St. Nicholas Street, Aberdeen, \Bth October,
October 29, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ELECTION OF DEAN OF GUILD

ELECTION OF DEAN OF GUILD

The election of this functionary, for the ensuing year, took place yesterday morning, in the Town-hall. The sitting Dean occupied the chair. Mr Arthur Thomson, banker, proposed Mr James Hadden; and Baillie Rose seconded the nomination, which was received with acclamation. No oth
October 29, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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po 21 t-g orcn o rr uabb o u n.

po 21 t-g orcn o rr uabb o u n.

21 t-g n. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That application intend; ed to be made to Parliament, in the cnsuiii" Session, leave to bring in a Bill to alter, deepen, enlarge extend, and »•?' prove the HARBOUR or PORT of PORT-g6rDON, in tl Parish of Rathven, in the County of Band, and the Wo
October 29, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
notice. Saturday the 15th day of November next, at 12 o’clock I'Pon, i t Tnn in Portsoy, there will be

notice. Saturday the 15th day of November next, at 12 o’clock I'Pon, i t Tnn in Portsoy, there will be

exno,, the 15tn aay oi within the Koyal Oak Inn in Portsoy, there . - to Bale, by Public lloup, in virtue ot powers contained m H V enditsr»n ir. uy iiDiic . saTraODKTH P«. «r The •« rtenances. . - .** was built in the year 1840-is well furnished i „ ;: "aina was buili i'a ?t sa
November 12, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
KEATIJJQ’B COtretH LOZENGES.

KEATIJJQ’B COtretH LOZENGES.

COtretH LOZENGES. THE prevalence of Pulmonary Complaints in this country (the mortality from which far exceeds that from any other disease), arising in the fic?t place from neglected Coughs, induces the Proprietor of these Lozenges, after upwards of Thirty Years' experience of th
December 31, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
fCB COM- (NATIONAL FIRE AND LIFE FAN'S? SCOT Head Office-Vo. STREET, Office in Glasgow —St.' MARY’S BUILDINGS, 33, RENFIELD STREET.

fCB COM- (NATIONAL FIRE AND LIFE FAN'S? SCOT Head Office-Vo. STREET, Office in Glasgow —St.' MARY’S BUILDINGS, 33, RENFIELD STREET.

LIFE ASSURANCE l''HE Rapidly Increasing Business of this Company affords the -i best evidence that the advantages which it otters to Assurers have been fully understood and appreciated. Focr-fifths of the Profits arising on Participation Policies annually dividei) among the Assu
December 31, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOE THE NOBTH OF SCOTLAND.

FOE THE NOBTH OF SCOTLAND.

WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31. 1845, I\ ABERDEEN ASSBRA3MCE COMPAKY. i y EsTAIiLISIIED, 1825. CAPITAL, ONE MILLION. 89, Union Street, Aberdeen 65, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 69, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow 30, Essex Street, Strand, London Gover The Right Honourable Ordinary j A
December 31, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland