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A YOUNG MAN. as TBA\ House in Town. Good encc Letters directed to A. M.,eare Street, will be attended to.

A YOUNG MAN. as TBA\ House in Town. Good encc Letters directed to A. M.,eare Street, will be attended to.

December 17, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AND SATURDAY.

AND SATURDAY.

of the ABERDEEN STEAM N-J' A NY’S STEAM-SHIPS will ?r, &c. permitting);— t-JD LONDON TRADE. ABERDEEN. ...Saturday, 20th Dec. at 4, p- *' ...Saturday, 27th Dec. at 10, P• ,4, AVIIARF, 257, WAFPING, LONDON- Saturday, 20th Dec. at 3, .Saturday, 27th Dec. at 8, r- *' Dmpany have now
December 17, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN:

ABERDEEN:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY DAVID CHALMERS/ 13, 27, AND 28, ADELPHI COURT, UNION STREET. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNINQ, Wbonesuay, December IT, 1846, < & J
December 17, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Farm of Damhaad, near Feterhead, to Let.

Farm of Damhaad, near Feterhead, to Let.

Farm Damhaad, near Feterhead, to Let. |M1 1, above - arm consists of about 80 Acres Scotch measure, all arable; is in the highest state of cultivation ;is distant two miles from the seaport town of Peterhead : and will let lease of Nineteen ears, from Whitsunday first. The Farm i
April 9, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ENGLAND.

ENGLAND.

The Scottish Hosimtae.— Tuesday a general quarterly court of the Governors and supporters of the Scottish Hospital was held at the hall of the corporation, Crane Court, Fleet Street, to receive the report of the past quarter—Ur Webster in the chair. Major Adair, the secretary, r
April 9, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
HADDINGTON Tho supply of wheat to day :orn was sni [ARKE ler, and dnll, -s 4si, Apr\l err rticularl, Barle'

HADDINGTON Tho supply of wheat to day :orn was sni [ARKE ler, and dnll, -s 4si, Apr\l err rticularl, Barle'

larger, than th:u last market. Sales we those of wheat. Top of wheat 2s, and average / 2s up, md oats 9d down the average. Wheat. Hurley Oats. I Beans. Peas. 37s Od 2(is fid Od 35s fid 47s Cd Od Bd fid 33s 9d 4ls Od 29s Od 22s Od 136s Od 31s Od Averages per imperial quarter. Whe
April 9, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E DINK CK OH

E DINK CK OH

DINK CK ®« Manufacturers, and Others. HE Subscribers having been appointed Agents for the .ii CO., KTewcastio-on-Tyne, All Orders tor SODA, ALKALI, A'c., mav addressed JAMES BLACK & CO. Alliance 1 ire a,nd Life Assurance Company’s Office, Adelplu Court, Aherdeen. e- '"tli April,
April 23, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Deaths.

Deaths.

Suddenly, in London, upon Tuesday the Bth inst.. Air Andrew Jopp, third son of the late Andrew Jopp, Esq. of Elmhill. At Brisbane, Moreton Bay, New South Wales, the 4th of November. 1844, aged 24, Ernest George Beck Elphinstone Dalrymple, sixth .surviving son Sir Robert Horn Elp
April 23, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NEW7 GAS COMPANY

NEW7 GAS COMPANY

NEW GAS COMPANY A Report was read from the Watching and Lighting Committee in reference to the appeal taken by the New Gas Company against being taxed for light and watching, neither of which they had the benefit of. The Committee reported that they could not sustain the appeal,
April 23, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

, , ~ ~ War Office, April 11. , ®. ds—Lieutenant Sir H. Gethin, Bart., from the J° e ‘‘entenant, vice Hollis, who exchanges. Ist Foot i’.'-V ''ilnam.s to be ensign, by purchase, vice Hancock, who retires, li i 1 -narsliall to be assistant-surgeon. 17th ditto—Lieut. ° J„srr’ e wi
April 23, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland