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INVERNESS SAVINGS' BANK. TIIE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the TRUSTEES and MANAGERS of the NATIONAL SECURITY SAVINGS' BANK INVERNESS will

INVERNESS SAVINGS' BANK. TIIE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the TRUSTEES and MANAGERS of the NATIONAL SECURITY SAVINGS' BANK INVERNESS will

be held, in terms of the Rules and Regulations, within the Town Hall, on Thursday, the 11th current, at One o'clock f.m., for the purpose of receiving a Report from the Committee of Management, and for appointing a Committee for the ensuing year. J. MACTAVJtSH, Actuary. Invernes
January 4, 1849 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
Sir David Dundas, M.P. for Sutherlandshire, has £10 as a subscription on behalf of the widows of the fishermen drowned

Sir David Dundas, M.P. for Sutherlandshire, has £10 as a subscription on behalf of the widows of the fishermen drowned

off Portskerra December last. The robscription now amounts in all to £25. Donation to the Poor Foddbrty Parish—The Hon. Mrs liay Mackenzie of Cromertie and her sister# Miss Murray, with their accustomed benevolence, recently forwarded to the Rev. Mr Menzies, minister of Fodderty
January 25, 1849 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
Present FROM ller Majesty.—We have just learned thai her Majesty has presented to Captain Cargill, of the Aberdeen and London

Present FROM ller Majesty.—We have just learned thai her Majesty has presented to Captain Cargill, of the Aberdeen and London

Steam Navigation Coy. steamer, * City ef London," the handsome gift £50, as mark acknowledgment, for the services rendered him in Piloting the Royal Yacht Aberdeen, the autumn of voir, when the royal party came northward to visit the Highlands Aberdeenshire. Captain Cargill has
January 25, 1849 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

(From the Edinburgh Gazette of Tuesday, January Ifij SBQUBSTBATIONB. William Gordon Green, merchant and commission agent, Utah n. siding Gorbals of Glasgow, now deceased. James Buchanan, commission merchant, (actor, and u shares, Glasgow. APPLICATIONS FOR CKS6IO BONOBUN. Robert
January 25, 1849 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
VARIETIES-

VARIETIES-

The works of the North-Eastern Extension of the Leeds and Thirsk are pi ogi easmg rapidly in tbe vicinity of Yarm. The Caledonian Railway Company have discontinued one train each way from Carlisle, Edinburgh, and Glasgow. It is believed that £100,000 a year wonld not clear the d
January 13, 1849 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 

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LIVERPOOL CORN M ARRET-Ymtbrdat

LIVERPOOL CORN M ARRET-Ymtbrdat

LIVERPOOL CORN M ARRET- Ymtbrdat There was more steadiness in our corn market, r- » stocks of millers and dealers being low, a fair extent t business in retail quantities was done in free wheat and flour at full price*. Several parcels of bonded wheat have changed hands since Tue
January 20, 1849 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Opening- o» Pabliament.—The address in __

Opening- o» Pabliament.—The address in __

Opening- o» Pabliament.— The address in __ House of Commons will be moved by Lord Harry Vane ami seconded by Mr. Bun bury. Her Majesty w'lll open Parliament in person.
January 20, 1849 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
NATIONAL RETRENCHMENT,.IV'D THE.APPROACHING SESSION OF PARLIAMENT

NATIONAL RETRENCHMENT,.IV'D THE.APPROACHING SESSION OF PARLIAMENT

NATIONAL RETRENCHMENT, IV'D THE APPROACHING SESSION OF PARLIAMENT Parliament will assemble, for the despatch of business, on the Ist of February ; but the duties which it has been elected to perform, and which it ought promptly to discharge, for the welfare of the country, will,
January 20, 1849 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD MARKET,

WAKEFIELD MARKET,

(BT EXPUEM.J FRIDAY, January 19. With a fair arrival of wheat, the trade continues slow, and the tone quite inanimate. The present wauls of the buyers are readily supplied, without the least variation ia price from last week. Barley is held more firmly, and some very fine sorts
January 20, 1849 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE FUNDS—CLOSING PRICES

THE FUNDS—CLOSING PRICES

THE FUNDS— CLOSING PRICES The Stock Market has been remarkably buoyant' Tbe business doing is not very extensive, but stock is scarce, and buyers therefore must pay higher rates. Exchequer-bills. June, have been 495. premium, and India Bond* 475. to - os. premium. Bank Stock has
January 27, 1849 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England