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THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

TIME lI'EATIIEI.O AND T'HfE CROPS. The weather lately, il the nctropolis, was superior to its C' predecessor, and from its general brilliancy and genial L character, Alctisi acsctints from the provinces describe as per- cc vading the country at large, is cilculaled to allay the g
August 27, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
QUEEN'S VISIT TO THE CONTINENT.

QUEEN'S VISIT TO THE CONTINENT.

| QU13EIV'S TRIM TO THE COATINENT. I~ ~~ _S I Nothing can be more gratifying than the reception of her Majesty and Prince Albert in Germany. The Queen ha9 been received with tho affectionate entlitasirsm due to a well- loved danglrter of the land. The welcomegiven by the King of
August 27, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STEWARTRY ELECTION.

STEWARTRY ELECTION.

STE WAERTh ELECTION. wcnwrOfl'5T. 20TH AVOttOT. (Merit ide Deer fries Condor.) ?? itt' Titti TOLL. The Sheriff declared, eliot Titotirins Mititlnod, Eeq. eros duly elected. by a majority of 142. Mr linidond then addressed the rssetolrlage-Gcntietntr, it wan en rain beset relien I
August 25, 1845 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE POLITICAL EXAMINER.

THE POLITICAL EXAMINER.

1 If I might give a shert hint to an impartil writer, it would be to tell him his fate, if he reolves toventure upon the dangeroos ?? of tell- ing unblaoed truth, let him prorlaim War with mankind neither to give nor to take quarter. If he tells the critmes of great men. they fao
August 23, 1845 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
POLITICAL.

POLITICAL.

THE NEW ELECTIONS. KIRCUDoaaIGtITSHIRE.-This election terminated on Thursday, when the numbers were, for Thomas Maitland, Esq., Whig, 486; Lieutenarnt-Colonel M'Dowall, Con. servative, 344: majorityfor Mr Maitland, 142. BELFAST ELECTION.-Lord John Chichester Was re. turned on We
August 23, 1845 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 

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POLICE.

POLICE.

I THE NEGOTIATION FOR THE RESTORATION oF STOLEN PaOFpRTY.-Charles Maynard, the estate agent in How- land street, whose case has already appeared in the 'Examiner,' was, on Saturday, brought before Alderman Hughes for further examination. The principal feature in the day's procee
August 23, 1845 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
FOB, THE

FOB, THE

UST 27, 184 5. \j GROUSE SHOOTING. v SPORTSMEN BEALEKS. G V GKER & SON, Poc i.tkv. Game, and Wn.» ~ A'owt Salesmj;:\’, Leadenhall Market, London, return thanks tor the extensive Patronage they have hitherto received from all parts of Scotland, and earnestly solicit aeon, tinuanc
August 27, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Sale of Potatoes.

Sale of Potatoes.

BOUT Three Acres of excellent ROUND BLUE POT TOES, are to be sold at Walrerhill, near the Second Mile Stone, on the Skene Road, on Tuesday the 2d September The Sale is to begin at Five o’clock; and Credit will be given on Security. 26th August, 1845.
August 27, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WEEKLY SHARE LIST.

WEEKLY SHARE LIST.

Nominal Paid Latest »»■ j Amount. up. .Sale, Dividend Aberdeen Bank • •• .. cent. AberdeenTown&County Bank . . lo .. 27 .. 7J Bank Scotland •• •• British Linen Company 1*! •• .. 228 x. d, .. Caledonian Bank •• •• ..6 City Glasgow Bank 10 •• .. 15 16s. .. Clydesdale Bank .. 10 ..
August 27, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Herring Fißhery.

Herring Fißhery.

Aberdeen.—The herring fishing here may be said to be at an end: it has been most unsuccessful all along. Peterhead, August 21.— 0n Tuesday, all the boats got to sea, with a good appearance for a night’s fishing. The sea, however, very suddenly rose to a fearful height, accompani
August 27, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland