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HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATION.

HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATION.

I I ?? annual examination ofcth High School took pance on Wedliesdniy and Thisrsdiay, in presence of the Lord l'rorost, the Mogistritcn, a nismber of the city clergy, cnd gesitlesmen eonnected .sath the edslcotionol iaeitatiovlo of Ediobenrgh. 'lhere se also a large coneourso fth
August 4, 1845 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LEITH.

LEITH.

LEITIT. Seinosas' AcciO5ZtT-Y\cttIrtlY morinasig a carter', namred Petter Ditilly, was drer'iag his etoldover'c horse in a stable, islen dile niames got niniAou,, and Mkicke bins repeitedly ahoet thle head end fore,, Iraetirlis;g bin ekull sand severely catting Itisit its ?? plac
August 4, 1845 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FASHIONS FOR AUGUST.

FASHIONS FOR AUGUST.

lrAsrlToNS AOR AUjGUST Shot sils h.ve becon so anoare 10 tlt lain rolonos non nosa considered more eleganto strrip aore sti lielil lodiingotos and nlgasirg a i drjidedlr I ae ige stom trho roatnrirl nm1 ftrim alcire diltingrinlriog t rhn nergl, e fhr s of toilnttn. For voring lad
August 4, 1845 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SMALL DEBTS' BILL.

SMALL DEBTS' BILL.

3S15tRas,14 SA~TURDAY, Auousr 2, 1845. I I AFTER a variety of ups and downs, sifting of clauses in committee, examination of delegates sent to London by the tradesmen of the provinces, and other tiresome and laborious work which does not come prominently before the public, the S
August 2, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
11. M. 10 37 11 20

11. M. 10 37 11 20

August 6, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Resignation of the Irish Under Secretary.—Dublin, July 25.—Great surprise has been excited this afternoon by an announcement to the foregoing effect. The Evening Mail says: It is pretty well understood that this is the third occasion on which Mr Lucas has tenderedJhis resignatio
August 6, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Deaths.

Deaths.

At Auchleo, parish of Longside, on the 24th Julv last Robprt Young, farmer, aged Cl years. in last, kobebt At Fraserburgh, on the 27th ult., in the eighth year of her age KerbuS’ y daUghterofthe late JohnCoutts. Esq., Surgeon; At Arbroath, on the 16th ultimo, Mr Aipy sjh.vyc mak
August 6, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Herring rishery.

Herring rishery.

Aberdeen.— The fishing at this port continues verv unfavourable—not many more being caught than is required to supply the inhabitants. On ednesday and Thursday, the boats were very poorly Ashed; on ndav, the take was better—averaging 4 crans; and on Saturday, it still tarther im
August 6, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
plaint since. He did not consider it epidemical; and thought it was confined to cattle feeding on poor soil—never remembered

plaint since. He did not consider it epidemical; and thought it was confined to cattle feeding on poor soil—never remembered

a case on deep and loamy pastures. A change of pasture, when the disease made its appearance, he considered the most judicious treatment, or by removing them to the house, and giving them dry food, as hay, or good straw, with an Occasional mash. The first symptom of the complain
August 6, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
STATE OF THE FUNDS,

STATE OF THE FUNDS,

TIDE TABLE, & c . FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. Readers of the Journal in the Country are informed, as to the period at which their Accounts fall due, or of the expiry of their orders, by the Address being, for that week, written in Red Ink. PRICE OF THE "JOURNAL.” DELIVERED IN TOWN, SE
August 6, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland