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CTURM.-J,

CTURM.-J,

CTURM.-J , (1111) ig,N4rkCi.S. CARLISLE GRAIN MARKET. JIM. 23. Per qr. Wheat,— 190 qrs., 1 bush., L.2 12 6 8ar1ey,,... 33 „ ......... 2 ~1 3 11* Oats, 169 7 „ .... ...... 17 7* Rye, 0 „ 0 0 0 0 ♦VE&AO PRICE OF GRAIN. Week ending Wheat i ßarley l Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas. C. D. C. D
January 27, 1849 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

The state of affairs In Italy arils becoming more complicated. The party at lime hats dissolved the Chamber, and wmmrM a Assembly, while the Pope protests this nampsd hi his capital. A still mere Nep taken by the Sicilians. Accord's, to a letter from Naples of the alt e war bad
January 18, 1849 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
ITFESTrIIIEJOITRNAL, TFIU'RSDAY .I,t.NUARY 18, 1849. It bra long bent on Its forehead, lets it hang when but erect. It immrdiately

ITFESTrIIIEJOITRNAL, TFIU'RSDAY .I,t.NUARY 18, 1849. It bra long bent on Its forehead, lets it hang when but erect. It immrdiately

on seeing an enemy. It a hemiJable weapon, bat I do not know exact length. The A'nass is found not far from here (Melp•s). towards the 11.11. W. I have men it of:co In the wild ;grenade, when the megroes kill it. and carry it home to make shields from Its skin. N.D.—This man was
January 18, 1849 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
3Lo cal.

3Lo cal.

AN NDETHERN RAILMAT.-8411A0 Of trale fur week ending 13th January 1819: [No. of passengers 17.099.] Passengers, horses, end carriages £9o3 3 1 Goode, parcels, Be. 773 7 11 Total 91078 11 0 Corresponding week in 1849 646 9 5 Inman -.. C 1032 1 5 COURT OP ii ralsonsed that it I. i
January 18, 1849 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
PETERHEAD

PETERHEAD

• EXTENSIVE SALE OF Elegant China, Porcelain, Cut Crystal, FLINT GLASS. STONE AND EARTHEN WARE, &c. Th»*re will be Sold, by Public Roup, within Hall, Chapel Street, Peterhead, upon Wednesday th» 17th instant, and Two following days, THE most valuable part of the STOCK-IN-TRADE b
January 10, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN SHIKE.

ABERDEEN SHIKE.

viCTOitiA nra hotel, IN COCHRANE VILLAGE, KINCARDINE O’NEIL, TO BE LET. THIS very Large and Commodious Establishment ha« been lately built for the special purpose of being used as INN of the first rate class, and is now to Ltt, |>»ith immediate entry. It contains 13 Apartments,
January 10, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
X.A3fZ}S I3J THE UPTITED STATES

X.A3fZ}S I3J THE UPTITED STATES

X.A3fZ}S THE UPTITED STATES FOR SALE, To *ol<l, in Sections to accommodate Emigrants, CEVERAT, l.arge TRACTS of LAND, in all O about Thirty Thousand Acres, held under Patent from the United States Gorernment; and now dirided into Farms of from Eighty to Six Hundred and Forty Acre
January 10, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Egypt.

Egypt.

The Sultan’s firman, appointing Abbas Pacha Viceroy of Egypt, had been publicly read the citadsl Cairo. The new Viceroy left Cairo on the 18th for Alexandria, on his way to Constantinople, to receive the confirmation of his appointment. was to sail on the 21st, in the Sultan’s s
January 10, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
NOTICE TO Bakers, Importers of Foreign Crain, &c. THE St'BSCniBER in a position to supply the Trade- In any extent—

NOTICE TO Bakers, Importers of Foreign Crain, &c. THE St'BSCniBER in a position to supply the Trade- In any extent—

fine ENGLISH FLOUR, of genuine quality, and to execute orders, at the /nicest prices current, for kind of FOREIGN and BRITISH WHEAT an other Grain WILLIAM STEVENSON. Corn Factor and General Agent, 115, Union Street. ••• A Consignment from Hamburgh of superior new RED CLOVER SEED
January 10, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
SURGICAL MECHANICIAN, Spring Truss, Eluslic Bandage, and Artificial Limb Maher To the Aberdeen Koyal Infirmary, and in general, 2, Flourmill

SURGICAL MECHANICIAN, Spring Truss, Eluslic Bandage, and Artificial Limb Maher To the Aberdeen Koyal Infirmary, and in general, 2, Flourmill

Brae, (Near St. Nicholas Street, Aberdeen), TTAVING, for upwards of Fire Ai- Years, been honoured with the patronage of the most eminent Members of the Faculty, can confidently recommend his INS FRDMENTS and BAND tGES to all Persons unfortunately afflicted with AYeakncss or Defo
January 10, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland