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IWVEBNESS PASSAGE.

IWVEBNESS PASSAGE.

PASSAGE. *Th« Steara-ship SOVEREIGN leaves Ei>iNnunGn and every Tuesdat, for Ikveiigc>p.don and Invekand leaves Inverness every Thubsbat Night, ami j. every Friday Morning, for and until further notice. Aberdeen, 24th January, 1849. nnderncted, or other of the ABERDEEN STEAM d VI
January 24, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
To the Proprietors of East'lndia Stock.

To the Proprietors of East'lndia Stock.

Ladies and Gentlemen, T Beg respectfully to inform you that it is intention, on my arrival in England, during next spring, to offer myself Candidate for the East India Direction. The grounds on which I hope for the favour of your support, I shall have the honour to state in a le
January 24, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DAV I D H U ME.

DAV I D H U ME.

DAV I D H U William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh and London. Sold by A Brown & Co., Lewis Smith, & Son, ajid the other Booksellers, Aberdeen. For Schools and Private Instruction. WHITTAKER’S ELEMENTARY W O K S. s. d. Hr Taylor’s Roman Empire. 12m0., cloth, - - 6 Taylor’s History o
January 24, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Contractors Wanted,

Contractors Wanted,

I?OR executing FURROW DRAINS on various parts of the Estate of Culter. The Specifications will be seen in the hands of Arthur Stephen, at the Lodge of Culter House, who will also point out the Fields which are to be Drained. Offers to be given in, within Ten Days from this date,
January 24, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
the wild myths of antiquity. We call it poem, because we find it so called on the title paxe—the only

the wild myths of antiquity. We call it poem, because we find it so called on the title paxe—the only

reason for which is afforded by the fact that the writer clothes his thoughts in rhyme. W* could refer to dozen prose works on the subject that possess far higher claims to the title of poems,” and are only, generally sptaking, inferior to the one before us in point of orthodoxy
January 24, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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January 24, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
BRECHIN, Jan. 16.

BRECHIN, Jan. 16.

There was a great deal of grain for sale to-day ; and prieea were generally the same of last week. Barley, 53 lbs. weight per bushel, brooght 22s 6d ; Chester bear and Scots barley, 23s per qr.; oats, 40 lbs., 15s to 17s per qr. Oatmeal, 12s to 13s per boll.
January 24, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
The Court.

The Court.

'F . ?? - ttf( \ .(4 V t ?? .-i;ho llc1editauy Prince ad ?? i 1 lut nidrd Ity the lady ill wsiti.g on.| iZ CPr! C' Ssil ?? ?? areixlt') totltrsiv at 'thei U I :! c .re a visit to her bliliesty arid the 1ri- li'le J 'ir r r , .cseyv endl I.ly ('lerentihoa Vil- li 1h(. irl ot .irlt
January 25, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
Total, 4846 17 Tos Powsa CostsetEnca.—Mr Patrick (hr. diner, grocer (says the Dundee Courier), received tho following anonymous letter last

Total, 4846 17 Tos Powsa CostsetEnca.—Mr Patrick (hr. diner, grocer (says the Dundee Courier), received tho following anonymous letter last

week, bearing the Dundeo post mark, enclosing Fire pound notea—he can form no idea who the writer is:- 17th January, 1849. Dear Sir—rpwards of 7 years ago the writer of this note injured you in a small amount—what is now enclosed will cover all : be is much grieved that he could
January 26, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
ABERDEEN RAILWAY. ?roar Morning et Thursday. Yesterday, a numerous meeting of the directors and shareholders in this company was held

ABERDEEN RAILWAY. ?roar Morning et Thursday. Yesterday, a numerous meeting of the directors and shareholders in this company was held

at Radley's Hotel, Bridge Street, Blackfriare, fur the purpose of eonfcmng and deciding on extricating tho railway from its present financial difficulties. Mr James Spicer, chairman of the committee of the English shareholders, presided. The report from body stated— It is now ma
January 26, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland