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Butcher Meat.

Butcher Meat.

Stones, less or more, of the best quality, consisting of rumps, and rounds Beef free from the great bone, and other pieces first quality. The Matron to have the choice of the pieces. Bread. About Loaves, or thereby, of Second Flour, to weigh oz. when delivered, at per dozen. Bee
December 17, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IMPORTS

IMPORTS

Cronstadt—3oo tons of bones, Aberdeen Commercial Co. Hebe tons), Henderson, master. J krsf.y bushels of apples, George Pegler. Commodore (59 tons), M. J. Kant, master. DELIVERED FROM WAREHOUSE. 2 chests tea, George Stirling do., John Mather 3 do., George Kynoch & Son, Keith 1 do
December 17, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
d Common Oats,.. 19s Od to 22s od | Barley & Bigg 25s to 00s od-50lbs. 140 lbs. ...18s to

d Common Oats,.. 19s Od to 22s od | Barley & Bigg 25s to 00s od-50lbs. 140 lbs. ...18s to

18s 6d N MARKET. Dec. 16. ire, had a full attendance of com ie business done was rather limited, id. per quarter. 5h.,...22s 6dto23s Od per quarter, ...27s Od Os Od do. ■ 19s Od Os Od per boll. od Os Od per stone. IiKETS, Friday, Dec. 19 een extremely inanimate, and only )en sol
December 31, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
INDIA.—CHINA.

INDIA.—CHINA.

from Clakutta°to'>fov! 8;^Bom Nov 31. They coutain no news of ma OCt ' *1 Which were still under guidance of the Queen Mother, not been attended with the perpetration of any fresh atrocities. The iziership had been offered to varifrnrs e S )Ut e rilo UB re of the office had dete
December 31, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
a,«u»t ficvns.

a,«u»t ficvns.

AL OF TUP The mail steamer Cambria • , - e, y °" un day niortlinx wV udk i.nB, arrirea i«» ork to t»ie 15th. and from advices irom Two weeks of the Congressional <4 • 16th inst. inclusive, the last advices left Session had already passed when nothing had been dom> ton general co
December 31, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HADDINGTON CORN MARKET,‘Disc. 26. The supplies to-day were larger than those in last market. Sales were quick. Wheat, top, 3s.

HADDINGTON CORN MARKET,‘Disc. 26. The supplies to-day were larger than those in last market. Sales were quick. Wheat, top, 3s.

down, and average 7d. up Barley, 3d up, and oats Is. 3d, down on the average. Wheat. Barley Oats. £ 62s Od 35s Od 31s Second 52s 30s •Third 42s Od 21s Od | 20s Averages per imperial qu? Wheat 2 12 11 I Oats.. Barley 1 8 Be" Beans. 1 Peas. 45s od 40s cd 00s Od 32s od oos Od £i 6*
December 31, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE dancing, WITH EXERCISES FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE CARRIAGE AND DEPORTMENT. COUNTY ROOMS AND DIAMOND STREET ACADEMIES. R. and Mrs.

THE dancing, WITH EXERCISES FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE CARRIAGE AND DEPORTMENT. COUNTY ROOMS AND DIAMOND STREET ACADEMIES. R. and Mrs.

ALEXANDER’S CLASSES will Reassemble on the sth January, 1846. Alexander will form a PRIVATE EVENING CLASS for LADIES wishing for instruction or improvement in M ] wishing for instruction or improvement ... the present style of Quadrille Dancing, the Polka, and the Minuets de la
December 31, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
EXTRACTS FROM THE JOURNAL OF A TOUR THROUGH BELGIUM AND UP THE RHINE, IN THE AUTUMN OF 1844.—No. V.

EXTRACTS FROM THE JOURNAL OF A TOUR THROUGH BELGIUM AND UP THE RHINE, IN THE AUTUMN OF 1844.—No. V.

EXTRACTS FROM THE JOURNAL OF A TOUR THROUGH BELGIUM AND UP THE RHINE, IN THE AUTUMN OF 1844.-No. V. How different are the hosts which now beset The Rhine, and its romantic banks, To the blood-thirsty, warlike ranks That there, in former days, so often met. Umbrellas, sketch-books
February 16, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE.

THE SPORTSMA'N GAZETTEI EDITED BY ,ATES." To CnONTrx ?? vto S. 'atnS. tHREE EDiTRONS Or THE ERA. The" 1,liest edition is published in t.re for ?? 3loing Trains tilas r it may be in the eads of our ?? within 303 ?? of the ?? en the savme day; the second edition is published, as bc
February 16, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

HE$pRTS MAsN'S GAZETTEI EDITED 5Y - VA1 LES.b [E.A.LIEST EDITION.] ~ ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ?? ?? to our correspondent, we think that he a ELP ie7_jed tile %veapOn wtth effect on this occasion. Not one iias not " 1illi of novelty in his letter touching the late fight, ,,ord d
October 12, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England