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.tautnd premp~ry ALE of Linen-Drapery, Blankets, Nes tslO~ rih inesTaleLinen, Damask Naiklus Diapers, Licenh ituktbftks, Twetligs, GsesCleths Maraftlos Quilts StelifI0 ,,,ne~teral umer uits "Lonig Cloths antd and CO,'t asltsso Printed MulnJceonets & Cambrics, Lindlan an Fancey Dr
February 24, 1849 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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prtmftot to bt IRet1 WATER CORN-MILL TO BE LET. WTo beLET (with possesslano oi the 25th of March next) 1tOOKt'711ILL, Wit CaiDwellin ?? and Garden, sItuate, Wihi &rms appsly to Ht. JONES, 36l and 37, Broadusead, teristol. Tc~~~no~1 Acres ?? Pasture LAND, ~yjli~$~rr11M, raral, ea
February 24, 1849 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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February 28, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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February 23, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Sir W. MOLES WOItTII that it th• excessive and increasinz t ;lathy' iu Ceylon Ica kid p►odueed the events of

Sir W. MOLES WOItTII that it th• excessive and increasinz t ;lathy' iu Ceylon Ica kid p►odueed the events of

last year. lie woe convineed that by traiisferring the government of Ceylon to the Indian administration an annual saving of L. 130,000 a-year might be effected. Mr F. SCOTT supported the motion. Sir ROBERT FEEL did not like either the motion or the amendment, hut he way hound t
February 23, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 

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Lot of Rooidonoe in Forfarshire, Wilk Entry immediately or at Irhittaraday first, THE MANSION-HOUSE of KIRKBUDDO, with STABLES, COACH HOUSE,

Lot of Rooidonoe in Forfarshire, Wilk Entry immediately or at Irhittaraday first, THE MANSION-HOUSE of KIRKBUDDO, with STABLES, COACH HOUSE,

and other Offices, GARDEN, and POLICIES, and, it required, Keep for one or more Horace and Cows. The House Is commodious, and contains Dininqroom, Drawing room, seven Bed rooms, Water Closets rid other conveniences, Wine Cellar, two Kitchens, with Sculleries and Pantries, and am
February 23, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
JotiNSIIAVEN.

JotiNSIIAVEN.

BALL. —On the creniug of Monday last, Mr Petens Pupils' Ball took place in Mr Lawson's Hall, and was respectably attended by both pa. rents and others, the pupils performing their different dances in a manner that redeets great credit Mr Peters us a teacher. ( For coatinsiation
February 23, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
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February 23, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
STONEFIAVEN, Feb. It

STONEFIAVEN, Feb. It

STONEFIAVEN, Feb. We have a fair supply of oats. but little barley offerlag. The market is very iall, and prices 61 to is per qr. lower than last week. Rar'ey, StIA p Bear. for SI Oils. ter 40 lb • Ad to t?.. 6.1 Qr . • ad to ?t. 0.1 Qr. . rd to 13. Qr. A BE RDFE'N. Feb. It There
February 23, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland
 
Fairs in February. Fr. 23 Abergeldie—Carnwath—Linlithgow. M. 20 leach—Terrill'. Tu. 27 Botriphnie—Caminestooe—Drymen-1 , rens?, —l.aurrk—Nlintlaw—Ordens of Boyndac. W. 28 Epic—Lim:mess—Pitsliso

Fairs in February. Fr. 23 Abergeldie—Carnwath—Linlithgow. M. 20 leach—Terrill'. Tu. 27 Botriphnie—Caminestooe—Drymen-1 , rens?, —l.aurrk—Nlintlaw—Ordens of Boyndac. W. 28 Epic—Lim:mess—Pitsliso

(New). LOCAL FAIL •%D CITTLE MARKETS IN FERRI:AWL Bendier,. cattle, M onday 26111. Forfar, cads and horses, Wednesday 28th.
February 23, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland