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ASSEMBLIES. THE Last ASSEMBLY for the Season, will he held in the Asseublt Rooms, on Wednesday the 14th February lext,

ASSEMBLIES. THE Last ASSEMBLY for the Season, will he held in the Asseublt Rooms, on Wednesday the 14th February lext,

(being Valentine’s day), and the Ladies and Gentlemen Mtending to pay ss. each. -.Tickets to be had of Mr Chisholm, at the Rooms ; or Mr ’Vyllie, Union Street; and it is requested that they may be 4 Pplied for previous to the 7th February. Subscriber* are requested to attend in
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Arrival of Mr R. FES.RV in Glasgow,

Arrival of Mr R. FES.RV in Glasgow,

and intended Visit to the following Towns, according to dates. Hours of Attendance from 11 o’clock in the Morning until 8 in the Evening. K. PERRY arrived in GLASGOW on Monday. Janu-8, and may be personally consulted No. 252, Branpon Place, West George Street, until Saturday eve
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

prance. Paris, Sunday M. Bonlay de la Meurtbe was yesterday named in the Assembly Vice-President of the french republic, by a majority of 417 against 277. . :*v. The Steele of this morning says:— do know w’t what intention certain journals have thought tit to t < report that the
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
ESalta.

ESalta.

The accounts receired from Malta, for several weeks past, nave been filled details of the damage done to the shipping in port, by the violent pales that have lately prevailed the Mediterranean. Every day pives fresh instances of the effects of the storm : and numerous vessels ha
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
FOREIGN,

FOREIGN,

France.—Paris, Saturday.—-The alarm which prevailed yesterday to such a degree appears to be somewhat less today. This favourable change is owing to the impression that the Cabinet will be obliged to yield to the systematic opposition of the Assembly, and retire altogether. One
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 

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POETRY. FRIENDS OF YOUTH. Friends youthful days sons by— Days of sweetest joy and love ! vV hen the blue

POETRY. FRIENDS OF YOUTH. Friends youthful days sons by— Days of sweetest joy and love ! vV hen the blue

and boundless sky Seem d unveil’d clouds above, Join with me and gladly tell All the changes time has wrought; Since we uttered last-farewell! Think how much we have been taught. Youthful days, how free care- Youthfnl days, bow full of love! Every scene was warm with joy. Nothin
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE GLEN TILT CASE.

THE GLEN TILT CASE.

Thi* case, which has been before the public for some time, was brought before Lord Robertson (Lord Ordinary) on Friday, in the form of an application for suspension and interdict, at the instance of Mr Alexander Torrie, advocate, Aberdeen; Mr R. Cox, W.S., Edinburgh; and Mr C. L
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE LATE DISTRESS IN IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. (From the Morning Herald.) The Committee of the British Association for the relief

THE LATE DISTRESS IN IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. (From the Morning Herald.) The Committee of the British Association for the relief

of the extreme distress in Ireland and Scotland, has just rendered an account of its stewardship. From this Report it would appear that the subscriptions amounted on round numbers to £47o,ooo—the interest and premium on Exchequer Bills yielding an additional £B3OO. Upwards of £1
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

AJI Communication*, and articles of intellieence, intended for publication, require to be authenticated by the name and address of the writer; and unless these directions are rigidly adhered to. Correspondents may rest assured that no attention will paid to their communications.
January 31, 1849 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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January 29, 1849 - Express (London) - London, London, England