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MUTUAL ASSURANCE.

MUTUAL ASSURANCE.

Scoltish Equitable Life Assurance Society. Incorporated by Royal Charter. EDTNBtTRott-26, ST. ANDREW SQUARE. Lonbo.v—6l, MOORGATE STREET. President. it nr. His Grace the DUKE of BUCtLEUGH and QUEERS* BERRY. Vice-Presidents. The Kight Hon. LORD GRAY. The Right Hon. LORD ABERCROMB
December 3, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WOOD POE SALE.

WOOD POE SALE.

There will be sold brpTxblic ronp, the Lairds of Moi*eht> parish of Echt, on ednesdat 17th December, some lull-grown ASH, of good size and quality Eligible Opening for a Baker and IN BANFF, PBnATE BAKGAIK. IN conseauence of the death of the late a ie» , Baker and Confectioner in
December 3, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IMPORTANT CHANGE, &c.

IMPORTANT CHANGE, &c.

Proprietor of the ATHENAEUM takes leare-respectfully to offer thanks those Gentlemen who have hitherto supported this Establishment, and to solicit the continuance of their **tour. He hears to intimate to them, andto the respectable communit> of Aberdeen, and the surrounding cou
December 3, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
United States.

United States.

Both the British and American Governments have been for some time quietly collecting a naval force on the Oregon coast. Four British vessels of war sailed some months since with sealed orders, and it has now transpired that the destination of three of them was Oregon. We have no
December 3, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
WOT I C The aberde; st are appointed to S. mittiug):— FBOM AUEI Ronnie dundee thebda DUNDEE TUESDA Connie dundee

WOT I C The aberde; st are appointed to S. mittiug):— FBOM AUEI Ronnie dundee thebda DUNDEE TUESDA Connie dundee

TUESDi? FROM ORANTON Ronnie dundee thuuse Ronnie Dundee thuusi: Ronnie dundee thuusd «ONNIE DUNDEE THURSD Aberdeen, 2d Dec. 1845. The Company respectfully rcqu in looking after their Lug iftonsible for any thing unless regular^ C HANGS OF DAYS ABERDEEN AW AND ABERDEEN AND HU
December 3, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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v.iMs)lease make immediate payment. 84,. King Street, Aberdeen, 28th Nov. 1845. Notice to Uebtors and Creditors. TAMES M'DONALD, Flesher and

v.iMs)lease make immediate payment. 84,. King Street, Aberdeen, 28th Nov. 1845. Notice to Uebtors and Creditors. TAMES M'DONALD, Flesher and

Vintner in Peterhead * having grunted u Disposition ot his Estate to Trustees for ids Creditors, it is desirable that the state of his matters imnediately ascertained; Creditors will, therefore, please lodge Notes their Claims with It. Gray, Solicitor in Peterhead, i/ithin Ten d
December 3, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Capital Fayra to bo Lot in Kirkcudbrightshire.

Capital Fayra to bo Lot in Kirkcudbrightshire.

Capital Fayra Lot in Kirkcudbrightshire. be let lor such number of years as may be agreed upon, with entry either at Candlemas hitsunuay, 1346, THE FARM of DALTAMIE, in the Parish Alinnigaff, and County of Kirkcudbright. The Farm contains about 160 Acres (inchicing about Acres of
December 10, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
3lev/ Digl landed, in prime conditioi ONES Real DIGBi

3lev/ Digl landed, in prime conditioi ONES Real DIGBi

December 10, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
&T A SZ A 3

&T A SZ A 3

&T And shall I never see thee more. Nor hear again that voice. Whose tones of music and of nnnn, Made many hearts rejoice . Are all the bright and happy hours, Which we have shared together. The hones and ’hen express’d, Forgotten —and The cherish’d home of other years. The mount
December 10, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
IRISH SEDITION {From, the Globe.)

IRISH SEDITION {From, the Globe.)

The speeches of some of the Young Ireland” orators have been late more strongly impregnated with sedition than was their wont. The harangue of Sinnot, the other day, may be instanced an illustration of the spirit which revels in the young blood of the Kepeal Association. The jou
December 10, 1845 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland