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EDINBURGH MEAL MARKET, Oct. 7.

EDINBURGH MEAL MARKET, Oct. 7.

There were bags of oatmeal, whereof 104 sold as follow :—26at 425., at 415.. 40s. 6d., 42 at 40s. Average price of the whole, 40s. SKI. 9-12ths. There were sacks of flour, whereof 2 sold at 3«5., and lat 265. There was 1 sack barley meal, which sold at 275. HADDINGTON CORN MARKE
October 15, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HALL MARKETS. MoKD*fp quantities of Blbs

HALL MARKETS. MoKD*fp quantities of Blbs

HALL MARKETS. MoKD* quantities of Blbs s. d. »■ 3 4 toS j .3 10 * .4 4 3 4 .4 » * NEWCASTLE CATTLE MARKET, Oct. 7. At our market this iiiorninaf we had a very full supply of sheep, and lambs. The demand was about of an average exte# and the market was slow and dull; and prices fo
October 15, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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Belgian 5 per ct. Danish 3 M Portuguese „ Brazilian....s „ Mexican 5 „ 32? Russ. Ends. s Spanish 3 „ 37* Ditto 5 .. - Dutch 2J „ Ditto 4 „ 93} &c. FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. i «« - Morn 11. M. 21 LQ. 6 14 23 26 8 25 47 26 10 39 11 20 tides at ABERDEEN. Rises. 11. M. ,22 (i 49 .23 li
October 29, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SENT UNDER COYER.

SENT UNDER COYER.

Credit. Paid in Advance ‘loo! Year 5 Quart er 0 £1 5 0 in the Country are informed as to the P"’ 'alt due, or of the expiry of their aiders, hy sek, written in Red Ink. ABERDEEN: "BUSHED DAYID CHALMEP^' ADELPHI COURT, UNION STREET, EDNESDAY MORNING, iesday, October 22, 1845,
October 29, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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October 29, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
W. 5. Blairgowrie (cattle) Dingwall Forfar— Fortrose—Farr—Fouiis Easter— LanKhoim —Milna- thort--Newton Stewart--Rutherglen<9neep)--Stratn- _ Th. 6. Biggar Crosshill-on-Girvan— Cooke n/ie—Fordyce Forgandenny

W. 5. Blairgowrie (cattle) Dingwall Forfar— Fortrose—Farr—Fouiis Easter— LanKhoim —Milna- thort--Newton Stewart--Rutherglen<9neep)--Stratn- _ Th. 6. Biggar Crosshill-on-Girvan— Cooke n/ie—Fordyce Forgandenny

Falkirk Laurencekirk (cattle) Lochgelly—Mauchline. , , .. , F. 7. Aberfeldy Colmonell—Crossgates— Falkland—Haddington (cattle)—Kinnetbmont— Linlithgow— aim —Ruthergleu (cattle)— Strathmiglo. Sat. 8. Comrie.
October 29, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

General Terminus at Perth.— Tliis important question lias now been settled and finally decided by the award of the Lords of the Privy Council on Trade. Their Lordships are of opinion—“l. That a part of the western portion of the South Inch, immediately in front of Marshall’s Pla
October 29, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
PASSAGE FARES GREATLY REDUCED

PASSAGE FARES GREATLY REDUCED

AND LONDON, INVERNESS AND LONDON. AND ABERDEEN AND HULL STATIONS.
November 19, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
N°- 5107.

N°- 5107.

November 19, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
■tin!, next week, there . same last week. u5h.,...23s to os per quarter- Od Os Od l9s 6d Od per

■tin!, next week, there . same last week. u5h.,...23s to os per quarter- Od Os Od l9s 6d Od per

bwo- ls 3d Os Od per s'on«- MARKET— Friday Last. tine frosty weather, and some iniprov ion of the new "rain. With a larket, the transactions in oats are Is. to 2s. being demanded than deal® Ito pay. Of our potato crops over omits reach us, the produce is fully by in general good
November 26, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland