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District Intelligence.

District Intelligence.

ARBROATH. Town Couscm.. —A meeting of Council took place here on Thursday last. The Clerk stated that had learned from Mr Burness, clerk to the Road Trustees, that it was not their intention to shut out the public from the road westward of Seaferth. A memorial from the Trustees
January 31, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
At Tjrt'birnie, Fife, on the 23J current, the Lady Georgiana Balfonr, a son. At Coston Rectory, Milton Mowbray, thp 21st

At Tjrt'birnie, Fife, on the 23J current, the Lady Georgiana Balfonr, a son. At Coston Rectory, Milton Mowbray, thp 21st

current, the lady of the Hon. and Rev. John Sandilands, of a son. Colqniionnie, Aberdeenshire, the 19tli curreut, the w.fe of the Rev. John Grant, Ordiquhill, of a son. At the Manse of Caputh, Perthshire, the current, Mrs Campbell, of a son. At the Manse of Turbolton, thetl9th c
January 31, 1849 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
NEW AND STANDARD WORKS.

NEW AND STANDARD WORKS.

HISTORY OF ENGLAND, front Uia Acraa- JL aion of Jamca 11. By THouaa Babimoton Ma- Caulat. Third Edition. Vote. 1. and 11. B*o. 33a. MR. MACAULAY'S CRITICAL and HISTORICAL ESSAYS. Naw Edition. tola. See. 36a. 9. MR. MACAULAY'S LAYS of AN£iCNt ROME lllnatratcd by Gcorga Scliarf. N
January 31, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
HOLLOWAT** OINTMENT

HOLLOWAT** OINTMENT

CURE OF FISTULOUS SORES & PLEURISY. BxJrael of m LeUer from Mr. Mo6*rt Cohort, Qkmmtt, StoknUf. daud StjU** .tT 3rd. 1847. . To Ptofo'or Hollowat. Silt,— Mr. Thomptua, National SehoolutaMar of thi» town, da«ira« to eend you Ilia parltcalara of hi« eon, who bad been bad for three
January 31, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

Colonial The packet-ehip arrived la fbc Mersey on Sunday last, having left New York on the night of the IStb. The news Is-unimportant. Mr. Calhoun's southern manifesto had been completed. The south was urged to unite prepare fur a concerted defence of its rights, in case the all
January 31, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
PSTIT SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY

PSTIT SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY

(PrMtnt B«» J IlopwiH'd, J P««l, E*q ,ftud J SitopMO, Esq ) Dko.iUl)>BM.— Jok* P-irkintcn fined &• and co«U, default committed to gaol for aeven da\a for having been drunk and ringing a lamp poat," in Nova Scotia, at ona clock tha morning —/am/» Kenyon waa lined 4a. and cuaU, lu
January 31, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
THE BLACKBURN STANDARD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1849. MR. T. U ADDISON.

THE BLACKBURN STANDARD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1849. MR. T. U ADDISON.

THE BLACKBURN STANDARD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1849. MR. T. ADDISON. Wc publish to-ifu» a correi*pomlctice between Lord Campbell and Mr. Addison, tli« olisirmau of the Preston session, with regard certain intemperate expressions alleged have been uttered Mr. Addison recent sittin
January 31, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
The Address.— The address in the Lords will be moved t>y Lord Hruce and seconded Lord Hateman. New Secretary o»

The Address.— The address in the Lords will be moved t>y Lord Hruce and seconded Lord Hateman. New Secretary o»

tiie iioAHD oi Control.— The Honourable John Klliott, who was long employed in the civil service in India, has been appointed one of the Secretaries the Hoard of Crontrol, in the place of Mr. who has resigned. Lord Palmerston has kindly attached Mr. Wolff, son of the Kev. I)r. W
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
POTATO PLANTING.

POTATO PLANTING.

The most advantageous season fur planting demands the earliest notice. 1 Autumn /ihtiiliiiff, that is say from October to January, lias been strongly recommended, but very partially practised nevertheless in the few cases reported upon, it "has proved l advantageous. »>ut of »>4
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Venus and the new moon are beautiful objects at sunset just now. Chesterfield January Fair.—This fair commenced Friday. The show

Venus and the new moon are beautiful objects at sunset just now. Chesterfield January Fair.—This fair commenced Friday. The show

of horses was somewhat larger ' than usual, and an average amount of business was done at fair remunerating prices. An important invention the manufacture of lace is, understand, just about to be introduced to the trade, by which colours can thrown into the fabric, and all the s
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England